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I'M.I I ICH1 BARBADOS ADVOCATE Spring Race Meeting Opens Today .Mobile Cinema At SI. Philip Brink Hufiiness At the Saivwnah THE FM.rbados Turf Club 8 Meeting acis UDdW %  an Eight-*vrnt prop people will bo sect! diWCtlPT c.f the Oi.rn-nn With carts, trays ami b Wi'h the expectation of brilliant sunshine nnr can expi cUftomr> st) rne carryi 'g ou pri others food and drink Thruuelioiii MM ) ij %  %  ttttmk m MM aa*ft i" 1 %  break me" "Somrbad. m grl niuV and "I'h pjylnit fHW | ia MaV >• '" %  h-ird in id/\lr nit ot thr Wh I a. rur.uii.-. ..hilr It* !' % %  nipnk'N wilt behontin I RlHfi | ii a -.hillingWin .. iioiiii id) %  ftw— p—M "M; I gag M tin. Iv.-Hle "I Mouni %  %  %  i* paid tu thf organbtr of this and after a though" a bag you will probably -pull out no nv 7. needli ca*e. Refresh ment All thi ihouUni n"d )im %  will in th. men! aceompanin fray > maubv. punch and will also be 01 Will r I a wrl: Vided for II:. 21-mile stretch of Miartw on the thunnei wtche tidal water, at least lour%  Harvey Scores His Eighth Century PORT ELlZABrTH. March 3. Ne.l Harvey, scorn! I uauluij <>f the lour to equal the litord'ol Uenis Cornclon (Middlesex) during the first day's plav in •ind final Test against Soulh Africa here Hal %  16. which included 14 fourv. In two hours, ten minutes for hn •.mirth hundred in Test matches. Complon set the record ol eight ^•nturles by any tourist in Soulh \ Court o( Appe Africa last year, .win tne MCC. Winning the toss, Australia batted ail day, and scored 361) loi ^ ickets cy the close of play. Australia won the first three tisls with the fourth drawn, to the "rubber". After a shaky start, when Ihc lost Jack Moroney and Keith Miller for 49 runs on a slow pitch, the Australians, chiefly through Arthur Morris and Harvey, batlert their way Into a comfortable poslA private show a' Almshouse on Monds\. March 6 .ile-1 in Hie programme of ire Mobile Cinema for the week r.ginning March 6 to Man!(in Tuesday. March 7 the CM., n ..II be at the CoUeton Area, St. I.ucv; Wednesday, at Ihc Belnnvr. School Pasture, Thursda). Carles Eestate Yard and c* H iday. March 10 at the WestmoreI i:id Plantation Yard, St. James. Morris made 155 for his highosi core of ihe tour. His previous e-day'• races thene two did .. ssley up). brisk gallop yesterday. Mc Kin ley Breaks 400 Metre Record Waiting To Swim English Channel (By rRr.0 IW.KRFUM.IK, DOVER (By Mail) %  the white cliffs" of Dover but an tioncu queue is forming tor an AuRurf *"* •Kr a mrTVerV £ Husel and Denmark *Ml* Ehw r.L'ATEMALA CITY. March 3. Herb McKinley. of Jamaica, set up a new Central American iw* ;ord of 47 8 sees in winning the test was 153 against Natal at Durban. He took part in two century I artnerships. adding 187 with Harvev for the third wicket, and HI with Lindsay Hassett for th-fourth. Morris batted five hours, and hit one six and 15 fours without giving a chanceHi* stand with Harvev produced 187 runs in 2 hours 10 minutes. Hassett had teen Ickc4 2 hours 23 aatMlt-M for his 68 not out. when stumpt were drawn. He had hit five four —Reuter NOT PROVED THEIR Honours of the Aariataiit Mr J. W B. when tourin.'Chenery and Mr. H A. Vaughn c-terdav confirmed a decision ni His Worship Mr. H. A. Talmi, who had dismissed a case which Kathleen Weekes of Deans Village had brouitht against Madeline Cadogan of Glendairy Roai. Weeks alledged that Cadogan •vounded he,on her left ear wi't, j tin bucket Their Honours were agreed that the case had not been proved. The wounding resulted after n heated dispute at a highway pipe. which ended in h squab*'lied to the \ j No Comment at Pregent >!t..rbado* Advocate Corrtipondrni GEORGETOWN. B.G K. L Wishart, Secretary of the h:;:ish Guiana Cricket Control Karleen Seachwell of Jamaica I Board, announced today thel Tv h mVfci (Ln won the women's 80 metres Mir-(further cables have been oxchang, ., ma Anderson will oom ruicr ire. • 12 _. ^ F rank prince of rd between the Board an.l R K _..__. •"•? ChaniiPl af.rr IUM .-_ „„,__, ,„ *T „.__. ,„j,„ u-,... fur horses, not I. I including %  paid i< The I %  iinn %  tiona good i outdoor Panama won the 1,500 mevTes in | Nunes. West Indies Boar. 4 mins' 13 sees and Enroqutp,,..,ri.-i-.:. but it is considered no Rivera of Puerto Rico took the ifl ,j, e best intercuts of crickc; ..v.'iin tl>(ow with 56M metres. 0 mt ^, an .v further comment a: Belgium's Pemand de Moulin. In the weightHMna. Nicolas. 1 present. who swam fron *> Vivas of Puerto Rioo won the ban| u-tnrv last year Kiith Wan pert E H 'I'einmi. .. beach near Dover in 21 hours ir ihi 59 minutes letl Setenfei 'hannel both wgy revealed Utal icrmined i> swim both ways in For 1950. "Tkshii tamweigh.' cla.vs, while Rodery Wiles of Trinidad took the feathrwelght division —Reuter opinion as to one way or the other il outcome of negotiations. — (hy CaNe) %  1936 to e>tabl.sh nn endur1 H K McKeute. AustraUan surf .IwKnpioii. also will take the nlungti alone with French chamftt le Norvan Empire \I ToPlayB.C.L. %  • tbt Reaant Club stands a good. Egypt's Kahim Attalah will u nfth try. and two Tur%  tot, Kasslm Kourt and Mickman. who at 18. %  ->haban Avkout, intend Vo go H through the ritual ot -'niggle in llreetion AN KMP1R1 XI Uth Tr\ will engage a H.C L. vurd. Urnd* Ma) httemol x -•O-yards breasttht cold Channel wail i :.: bo Ki.uio'bo swam from %  ins Nez to Dover in 11 hour i %  tM on September 10. 1926 will %  V I %  ••hutti the queue ineludr i | ii ley M> %  tied puii-, %  i < 'ling %  1 1 lik.'lv lo RUUM J :t Americans Americans have lueceeded in swimmin*; U I ude Ederle on Augu-it • l bours 31 miti. ,m August 28. 1926. In It hours 38 minutsfand Ch Toth on Septembers. 1923. in 1C ( 10 minute*. TengfM who will willingly ad-1 vise .ill contestants, has his doubts! people who train m water J n the U S for a I velar which is usually m to build ur hi i-it more tn Hi explained' Belleville TennU RVHUIIS Ladies HIMI. alal MiMe. Itoahlr. : MmD Mivea IMWr. illaa4i.au IK HI Hailio l*ro!r;iiiiiicr tfajok UM averagi I n iltgeg whal 11 | PI l luggest troubli %  %  ,i i. %  ad the off-1 1 age on the English | %  ,r tl M> that thenure i i real when | ,,ir retlb food tor 1 N S Good mornings begin vV /fv Gillette Mil II i ii ay Style %  1 rend ou11, ,. %  %  Tliird Piv M a n. liiMtlud* I M a m III in Pro<•* n 11 ^ in Lo | IUI The Nrw> 12 10 p m K*wi AiMiyH*. II is i> in i %  l SO p 111 S-: : i %  •<> p in TW n %  %  DM opn. a w il-.ifi.fclil v i" %  %  %  ihrl#t*-* • M pm Th^ i M Thr Weathcr TO-DAY MIM Kisea: 6.14 ant. >,.n S.>IA b.ii p an. M i lull) March -'• I .Kliimi : tit p.m. mti RB i. %  Aaefall * Urban Area. ElatnenUry School C himp i onihi pa. School, ITI \M a tor ihc Kur.il School ClvamRlrnimtarv Oauasn -i KlniipiiUry platMblaa All J-...i-a*7 Schonli (or lha SeroncUry School! 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^r RDAY, M >R( II i. ir.... Revive Livestock Industry Says Agriculture Boss Ten Knitting Mills Now In Operation Mr. H. J P.fie. Prmcipalof the Imperial College of Tropic! ind Chairman of the Caribbean Research onferer.ee in Trinidad la.t week vestock industry throughout a great part of the BARBADOS .DV< ftribbMn. a badly in need of reform and dn^,n m e„, .inded and consistent breeding police, „ %  . K„orked out and put into effect. *A $2 Million To Furnish I.IS. Building n C ii' !" !"'"*J" l0c 1 "-"tion. o( climate and veeiatlon mur. I .• developed and loM |, v tmm i odder* — aTaiaea and legumes — Livestock must be improved ".-.ted a-. ..ompon^t {.in ol .!,. sysicin ,.f farming. ;J,„.,L !" '" rimn ""' "SS must be treated a. part OI „ ""lo8K.il association animal vefetailon. elimate. You ha JJ* T??,.^ h revival of the livestock indurlry ,n the Caribbean on re.Hy sound |, n „ .. Mr c. F. Clay Agricultural LAKE SUCCESS. March 3. | TV t'nilcd Nations will Invite Lp^ers ihroughoul the world !o ZZkt for supplying $2,000,000 ^Th al (umiture and equipment S 39 l' OTr l. *yfraper m Adviser to the United Kingdom jbahattan. Now 1 ork, H was anSecretary ol Slate tor the CotatM WWd '" A.v.."t ,. :n^ expressed the opinion I ,, ',„,"( •dan received nun member the most urgent matters requiring revision throughout the British colonies is the progress that !onr.ation received Irom member the most memn-en:.the United Natii petals are putting together a list o( toretgri wn o %  VPb new building a with g from electric light iulbs U .arpets. Throwing open ay tadd.ng on a world-wide basis amended to aerve two purposes: la search the market for the best i criticism from ata-oad that only United States Inns were being Given the chance al a share in the head* MOurtlon fund. Reuter. Pope Spends Birthday Quietly being made In livestock breeding and animal husbandry research "I wonder," Mr. Clay said, -how far in the Caribbean area, with Ita wide range of climatic and ecological conditions it is passible within an imcmatlonal organisation as the Caribbean Commission to gat my fullv co-ordlnotcd research wont on I proper basis In order to establish basic facts. This is essential if we are to proceed to lock breeding on %  reallv %  C lentitli hasis." Mr. Clay hoped lhat, following the conference, it would be possible through the Commission to so some permanent organtfor such a purpose. "I feel I that that must be one of the UlTir-AN CITY Mir 2 """"A ,ollow un %  >' confer VATH AN I m Mar. a. ,.,„.,. „, lh „ kind, and I hope that. ftr* I' "' %  as a result ot this conference, JWalay to I,,,. wl i| b. Mmt organisation "" %  which will be charged with lhat _uid without presents. | „ |1 nim:i: You say CJeorgic Smith was snoiiin.; you hot? to mule 11-hvmix in th c lool >rird i Ksnress serv..# Yellow ..mi white lings be decked ..ting a Daibadian Dr lb, Vatican City, but work con, K 1Ivllson Veterinary Officer tawed as usual. of good continued to flov. In from parts of the world, bail to the pope foi hb „;:;;;;,; % %  ,^. ndn ,„,„„ hem Ptbday. and lor the alennth hut election aa, seregn Po l .ward Islands, as chairman of the Conference, the delegates went Into Committee '.o tuily In detail the very compreTwo Million Unemployed Last Year In Italy ,. . ROME. Marcfi 3 Italy had.2,053.606 unemplove.. at the end of 1MB. according to "Wires issued by the Italian Labour Ministry today. A year previously, ihe ilguie*ero : 1161.171. Part of the llgurc was due to winter seasonal unemployment, the Ministry said Average figures for the last throe months of IM9 were 1 B7B.*0. compared with 1,947,6 in IMd NewM.O.F. Faces First Problem LONDON, March 2. The new Minister of Food. Mr. Maurice Webb, faced Ml AM problem to-day when rei tives of Bfttaun Stewart's Murderers Hanged 9 OTHERS SENTENCED SINGAPORE. March 3. %  %  %  no prr.'t in his privnl" [regat'on %  hold. ed 300 pariah give them his %  nul Lenti Germuns Stage Anti-dismantling Demonstrations BRITISH ZONE, March 2. More Than 1,000 German workItaglng an anti-disn.antling ":„ lL -),. ;| thai lemonitraUon tierc to-day tried turn a car carrying two British -'ismantling officials. Many ol tilt workers booed and shook their lists, when Ihe Britons I arrived at the former Hermann I Goering Iron and Steel Works, the 1 iermany news agency DP A. reported to-nleht. —Reutwr %  —(Reuter., [ France Abandons Chim On Saur Mines : U* ,icI I I %  ^K this 4 PARIS, March 3 ,Tbe French Government has ludont'd its claim to on Jtbe Saai i mine In one of %  >: merit in this morning. Saar Government has Plated the French Government •erifhl to exploit the coal mines. In afcfaan nch Govtmnent agrees to support any of %  t Saar Government's claims to If pro^-o rights m the mines Orm.r-. Tbe mint's will be exploited by rpo.;iii nown as the Regie UHD. La Saar. will P to ihi Saar Government an • % %  "1 percv'iii mi the profits •al to 30 francs (about eight !••) |HT ton of coal mi "Red Dean" Bother Feared In Senate W,\SHINGTON. March 3. Announciinj that he had been told that the Dean ol Canterbury, Hewlett Johnson, was demanding the right to address Congress. Senator Tom ConnaUy. Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, comment.\i < hoi. we won't be annoyed by the Red Dean.' Connally urge.1 ... the Senate that the State Department should refuse visas to a delegation from the World Congress ol Partisans of Peace. He underYugoslavia Rejects ^^j 0 wa accompanying i I Senate Democrat and Republican leaders supported his stand Senator Connally said that the Peace Delegation advocated the approval of Russian Foreign policy and the Cominform. Senator Kenneth Wherry, Republican Teader in the Senate, said the Stale Department nan dvtfl him a list of delegation members. They included: Pablo Picasso. Spanish painter, described as a member of the French Communist %  1944": Ivor Montague, British Film producer and a "Communist Parly Member since 1922;" Dr. Max Cosyns. leading manned Immediate nMurtion of I bi and Ma the nine pence m the pound Mar'" ordered Sera* hng surcharge on wholesale meat j Duncan Stewsn .n SiDU leal 1 • %  purchases. The imposition ol ItM -.mrhaige I yesterday, il wtg aniu-ur by his pp Mr John i They had admitted Strachey, fed to a tive-day *no i Sti wart, as he %  raenntti Htn <-o-operative shops and some multiple tii ms than offi:i i All meal it. united in submitting .i %  calculalions of ports as "indefensible —Rraler. Stepped Into Fuehh" Shoes: Perhapa Thi vtut formed %  leadlni Bntasti officials. .NunoUat | %  %  t to th^ —Kr uler. Australia Tightens Security %  i Australu. reacting u> ; .ighlcning up sccuril> t:.legu..i.i %  and foreign Inunlsjranti IM Mrlkwamr llrralg laid today The newnpapai aid .: Ive security will b%  :., loint BrttlihAustrniun rockgi rangji nnunigu pad through the •ntal of Immigrants, thr Herald added. Miimi BfM a a report now vlrv. 13. The newmnpi %  %  l.tuwr. •.. Make every exposure count use Kodak Verichrome the film that gets the pkture! S3 your Kodak dealer EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY Rochester 4, U. Y., U. S. A. I (.VI KORItu I HI \ AN Tap.. (. TurulHrl.. .1 -fart .11 l-aa(h. stsb • ,-.i.a I.ON'IION. March 3 Mllltar) li i %  %  "IhlT sclof Or. K Beamiti Or. Fuch's sh( i JORDAN CABINET HAS RESIGNED AMMA Miuia was aekf-<: . nfflce t^ndlns U.S. Will Evacuate Consular Official* WASHING H IN, M;imh I. stata. Mr Dean Acheson. vald today that i M des nuval %  D Shanghai 'o evacuate %  i official' Inwn froi %  'IIHI.I i:. uler. Mopped sending atlon, Russia two yeai> Reuth r Kesrtef %  Bulguriun Note BELGRADE, March 3. i a today rejected a Bulgarian note of February 2". protesting against .he alleged nurdei on Bulgarian terrtory of Lwo Bulgarian soldiers j Yugorlav frontier guards. The note described the charges against Yugoslavia a^ slanderous and completely imaginary Investigation had proved, i. •aid, that not one of the Yugoslav (•oldiers on duty at the time wb*JB the incident was supposed to occur crossed into Bulgarian torntor>. "i fired I round of shots. %  The Bulgarian Government Is "vowed Communist sympathiser" creating an -tmosphere Euge Pablo. University of Paris) of discord against which is ccntrarv tt —Reuter spli Yugosla ihe peace." Professor and a "member of HM French Communist Party." —Reuter. Remember this label / IT IS ONLY PLACED ON GOODS OF HMTQUAUTY %  Jlwatfsaskfei' Mcwrtw STONG PEPPERMINT LOZENGES A.S. BRYDEN & SONS (Bdus) ITD. You'll enjoy these REAL SCOTS BISCUITS baked in Bonnie ScoUand at the Sunshine Biscuit Bakery. Glasgow, where good biscuits have rome from (or over 90 Agkfor these favourites to-day: Bemulinc I %  .in Sandwich) 5hortoakr Kmj.irr OssigBr M l [as GsSBBCnsSBBl Shin Win^(orifinal) WYLLH;.' BARB & ROSS LTD Mi IgpMii ssaa I7:< HndjMosr. territory with an economical MMMI&* 1 Inexpru-n^ to roa, roomy mtfrioi, readily ada| ace. Ml •• %  iiilnii' Itoakr .i Msaris l.ijiht Van a souad iavr*lnirut lot a ^ CUT1CUBA SOAF OlNTalltMT i nr\\ or WHBAT • MA i. ITD roan 1 I .. 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PAGE FOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY MARCH 1. tjja BARBADOS fi£ AlMXtfTE r .._.._i— -* %  f -—-1 %  ! %  %  a b TI^ Adv M Co•-•.. • tHW* St BtldBU>wi Anna And The *DangeroiiV Amliassiiilor Bark From The Dead Into Life Saturday. Munch 4. IHSfl Qurni's I'ark THE improvement now being carried out at Queen's Park by way ot refurbishing and renovation show that there are times when the obstinacy of Governments and parochial bodies must yield to the pressure of healii.> pujilic opl For some months before the flooding last August, several incidents occurred to direct attention to the state of Queen's Park. Broki bedgaa and scats, uneven gravel i pcU ridraen >i m . M. h ihonld haw been oba I'res. The to d %  m the wall and rt ,ind leave pi-' ln " Park. Borne %  ratawed bill ion* public compl ., ,,ms! tii; i.n tghUlnaas, out of the at lha Rood came some good, and now the mncthmg about it. city and it is in keeping with tl,. that the Parks, I" '< l h,n s "• the City ibould be tap! >" pwp* They easily degenerate from places of beauty and rest fa tirad eyes and leet to reproaches. Fortunately Queen's Park has not been allowed to reach that stage. There is no reason why it should not return I" It* former standard of beauty with Sowarlno, trees, and well-kept lawns and Baatlj trimmed hedgechildren could play "beside th ( beneath the trees" and where the worker could regale his senses after a hard day's toil. f The same alert public opinion which has brought about th ranovatton must keep us vu'il SO that there be no return to the "' Queen's Park Animal Happiness THE Flag Day collection ol the BoeMt) for the Piavt Cruelty to Animals i day was a reminder to the general public of the work done without any fanfare of trumpets and away from the glare of publicity. It is Hue that tbi day of the draught animal In Barbados has passed The Dota in many avanUI i I i" .. BUI '< %  > %  • i,u the need for eaie tO prevent the a which are inv|>oscd on these animal through carelaan The fundi ol th. Boost) have been used %  i xpenses Incurred Ul mam taint untjejr in pursuit of their duUi Thetj I i..i the destruction of injured ply inhumation to thus.' who need it on the proper met! eismg care ol animals. The work ol in. .,. | %  ubtcrip lion and under which the) tea unwhare watered. inducing l minimum It Itot the ipport the funds ot the "!>' It should : '• '""' I and cultural supp .dioiv.butili i lure lot oot able to I %  tribal ,000* to the Banks a handing than to the Inspaetors By l. L. Jarol A STORY ol incredible hardihiu among the wild I tribes ot Malaya came lo an end when coasting %  %  re at Port Darwin. Northern Aus, tralla, a man who is little more than a living skeleton. Geoffrey Paw*on, 32-year-old air,,! on a mali! embellished his;,. slsi MtTSlle. Shc'fromM • %  %  !" "y' !" < !" '* "' „ 'If.Mren' lipse of A^n. report to make it more interest„,„£ lh t MoJCOW ha ,| „,... . ., a w,te and two >.u,.g child,, r. -afir^r afflSEk-jsat ^^= £*bs as* of Sydney, in an ex-L.S. An Sr f Inn llrlmrr D INNER-TABLE gossip, the sinister. Intangible torco It* that has brought disaster to „~,„ihle th. many an ambitious woman beanless. as Is quite PO"' D 'e. >" for. 'he?, isTow believed to have Sovet agent embellished hi. m ,„ TheView A NNA spoke with loathing ..I Tito and contempt tor Uv usPfai For TO-DAY < sl o[ Living u^ TinDANISH CREAM Asst. Tins ENGLISH PLUMS McEWANS RED LABEL BEER Usually Kg, 30 -j, 40 _„ 2 -. Sir Charles Peake. as the dele..„' Wl nsdi fa, Hl a, wt would •rr^dt^^ae tt.-x&TSi'Zsss ^'ss^ztz?^* 5S 3 r^ru/reacuon^; "Sn. not and sultry a,ternoon ^^S^ ST os the speeches were droning on tuprCTRC ec Sl Jly of ielf-bu ry long ago and on. Sir Charles observed that u n ^^^ lhe parl y and conKremlins his neighbour was bored. Greatly fcssion of error She avowe*. She bedaring, he scribbled a note on ms hff ccrta i nt y that Tito's regim 4 Ol O VVlUfc STORED 21 Capitalist West. Poor Anna. Not so she was one of the mott trusted agents. longed to the Soviet trained elite. It was through her that directives were passed to the Communist rulers of Rumania. Malenkov himself used to listen with respect tc her views. Today all that Is over, at least time being. pad and pushed it across to her. would not months. oattaal mother l* For Anna is As well she might For at that very moment she and the Rus sians were preparing the great coup that Tito then foiled iri ncral Arso Yovanovich was to "1 wonder whether there will ever be an opportunity of seeing and talking to you alone." Sir Charles had written. Mm. Pauker picked up the n ad u. folded it neatly and a cloud as r dark""and ***•* ft. **W M ** r !l icu JS: fiec"to"Wcb^^.*set'up"an anti-l have kU sombre herself. Whether she Ag %  * %  '^"8 Sir T] o Cwrernirmt thm and y. nt thing K. back to her formerCnarks or giving the least sign jnvade Yli|Ioslavia ce depends on.whether she of^ny --t.on^^ ^ ^;£^*^ !" % daya. The co.itY.cm,. % %  nton hl un( shot At sitting after sitting Mnuv M ^ Mme p auiLn waa in Pauker took her seat by the side diKnet in one or two ^^ Ol Sir Charles. But not a .sign BuJ ccrtainlV( m t^ acco unt of did she give. h€ intervl(;w as I heard And then one morning Sir u/oe no( ^ of irtASOn ol g-j JigtilHI •. *>J ^.— .m^^, Vjgf — m. and after that nothing more was heard The Dakota was presumed lost. nappened lo lhe Iwo Australians is fold li. CmlHat Pswson's own werds related in kwplul. i into terrible conditions, he said, almost aa oon as we left, and I climbed to get over the rough stuff. e %  My port engine packed up. It went solid, soon I began to lose power on the OOP we came down. We hit the sea with i colossal smac Id again. I think the impact must can clear herselt ol the suspicion of having entertained unauthor%  tl I he West. Siniftler I "S^erwr„r^x,S' Rumnnlan Embassy. Ambassador Sir Charlea Peake during the Danube Conference .11 Bound*—and the significant :, paten Sir Charles was able to >enri the Foreign Office on the ol it. Now the story of the meeting and the despatch came to the cars of a Soviet agent—as indeed it has also come to mine. He promptly relayed it to Moscow. There, apparently, it has been given a sinister interpretation. For my part, I entirely accept the assurance The Sequel The II..I.D L The lirst thing I remember IJ b the sun setting and realising I had my light leg. )ust .in. the an..le. turned in at 90 degrees. belt around my ankles and this . I saw nothing at all that day exec .t water, in one chocolate I had in in.. night 1 must have dod '>" ^"""'Vl!;'-' ith a surt as it was getting ligh WE HAVE ALUMINUM SINKS with Double Drain Basra, ALUMINUM SINKS with Single Drain Boardi ALUMINUM SINKS. 30 ins. x 18 ins. ENAMEL SINKS, 24 ins. x 16 ins. & 20 ins. x It,, PORCF.LAIN SINKS, 27 ins. x 18 ins. PORCELAIN BASINS. 25 x 18 ins. & 22 x It i. (with or without Pedestal) COPPER PIPE, and I munis l H in., li in.. V, in.. & l'jin. URINC a reception given ^by ^^^^-^-^fciisa * I saw trees W HEN Sir Charles arrived he Yovanovich coup was to h.i%. was ushered Into a tastetaken place—Anna Pauker In „„ orn „„,, raw and tolls furnished.room.. Under a L"„,S'SJ2. 'Ul Earned by the salt, but I co,U. drag mys.lt long In -i sitting position. i Shoving myself stern-llrst into the hush. I found Anna Pauker herself walked into th? n(1 to m orrow and tomorrow and room She was electric with ull lhc omor rows after that tality and charm. She talked what a ii[ e '" window overlooking the Danube Phillips Oppenhelm manner stood a table with a vast bowl „ My friend,'' she said, "'1 feel of caviare and covers for two. for you Belgrade today. BelA tew moments later Anna gr8 de tomorrow, and tomorrow Then I managed to break two taactlM of woo.l. lo make spllnls for my leg. I found coconuts. I knew I must stilk be in Malaya or on %  I was nine days,... that whi.e w. WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD., Successors to C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD. Phones i 4472. 4087. i i a. %  r c ,^ pL.^oi 0 v laiiiv aim cimiiii. ^..i^..^.i. what a life 1 QV laiaiiu i ....a ....u—j.— k.-„j D .nt heaH ^Ed the Khone ->" %  '^<"" " m Inhibitions "eVfore he could rally to DP Th.,e we.e shellHsh and.Dfdsljnd BT, ha,^ds got ,7,S, t£ weekend that the. "!* n "" ljl ln Ir m Curtato defence ot Belgrade she had cut to pieces moving myself round, so I took i •'JtWniTn the least secret P-'iUcans. .. Jrn ed and gone. sinister" about his meeting .„., .. ..,_ .^,. .h„ .M There are two more inciden And as she spoke she would this %  ith Mme. Pauker. punctuate her remarks with a "> !" fragrnent -I called on her". Sir Charles ,,ervous gesture she had probably nMnryn Jhe last day of th. said to me. "lust as 1 called on ^ up duri ng her long years "".'" f" „f""' S2L the other delegates to the conm „„„. and made a ner.e ^">d bittei t. r.n.e But 1 can also appreA P 5 though to shield her eyes atUck on Sir Charles as the date that to Moscow, witch,,„„, hl blinding lighu of the delegate of Great Britain. hunUng for traitors and devla,„.,, mqul iiior she would sud. Sll tionists. things may have seemed den lhrow UJ her right forearm „** '"" "J" h t .,n,l !" i I Particularly as they m ronl „, her occ while her ^d m e do vou^ think vo. Dae. invested Sir Charles with „„,,,, rombed back he r shock of Madame, d ,ur of a new Lawrence lrvn rcv nalr "Ogh,' she almost hissed She spoke with hatred, disgust, she turned her back on him. "< of diplomatic 1 glad to be alive. ankle was hurting but not too had. I WS> J Madame, do you think you were unnecessarily cruel to me? for the part he has played in wrecking their Balkan plans by encouraging Marshal Tito's reand impatience of almost everynot speak to me. . „ thing around her. She had Perhaps she already had 0 ....thing but contempt for Vi' presentiment of the dangers lo The Kale Rumanians whom she had failed which her harmless talk with • I I tilt m the facts as 1 hav to lash Into full exploi t a t i on of British diplomat were to expose H heard them, and as Moscow their country's immense reher. presumably has heard them — sources. ^_; The Great Lower—As A Woman See* Him H* (aeorite Muleolm Tliom%oii V E bald ti AOI CANNOT WITHER By BerUla Harding llarrap. Us M. (56 patea. tile nio Not the .no back >• the poatis not (ur KM. *-' said. "H greatest poet. I am is.. pMt." lume was not i-uovigh i,j'Annuniki tw mme also, in hiN (nra B9WI . Man of %  Ln rk. l-"K.k. MH-ered th.villatW is practising : ttatiif me lal was The i.,,'..t 1. iuple. the i. AII u( riflHM Dusi, Italy's gNattMl UlANtttVUati It i* aupil d'Annunlio treated her abominably. 11 was a tlocy i uth parties more tragic. liltKntflishniaii did not stop here," the spectators cruelly pOtaWd OUt "Slgnur Byiun WR th id Ltaa PtftUa San Marco." eont villa on Lake {•• %  •queatratod property of a GerT.ian piofeasor under the seal ol lhc Italian Government. D'Aiiiuin/iii entered occupied and would not be driven out. lit 1 refused even to hand over the : ty of the pro"Thi.^. retorted d'Annunno. "ceases to be a CfltWL*fnoratt*< towards a literary predecessor. It has deteriorated lot* fessor's Danish widow "How long do you mean The mishap could not discourln mv house"' she asked. age a man eaoabla of writing on utj, |,< jjj me to solve great UM ualie>-pnxjf of li new book, pro hl'" l;td "1 CaUUlOl hei'n thinking that 1 might If" sdrpnss this stupendous prose ir ->et. parhasa, || rr „,ii || e Luxe and futuia books—yet. pathapa, this is an Illusion Though the philosophy of the -^ (( .ii naturally app< iled *& \ him he WU perturN''! Duse llection that m L "'ie|0 OUt of thatr minds. Had siu""' Nlatacha binuatt ipaM naaj ia In an snatttutlonl D'Annunzio begged Dll i re too many tears are promise that if he went mad she .lied for HuiC. veinember that would BOt allow him to hh had many lovers before up in an asylum. Then %  (nail there was a P M1 irrad "But bow mant ' business In their aaaoi ba as drai>use had no answer ind she as actress. At the end of ttH 19U WOT, I btotory. Drama as well i, a magnifias comedy. • After all, aha ikeside pa.au. i an contemplating an can tour t" retrlava bat fortunes loal the ear r of bar pa strolling ; Ha raoatvad bar "*f|| pricaless art treasures. "You have a Franciscan barmH 0l I>use and d'Annunalo may add nothing to tUt a great i climb from her blrthiM a railway compartment ..i buna vwtiu.ut having I intelligence In The Nuim A ND It was hard not to laugh at d'Annunxio. Byron had swum from the I.MIO into the heart of Venice. It was a feat th.ni must be surpassed by an Italian pt-i With Press phod'An-et OUt Kifleen | |1 later he gave up Todu\*s iivm Promise yourself . to give so much lime lo the that you have no time lo %  —Christian D. Lar$on. The standard by which all are finally judged is not Wealth, education or fame. II WOk/IUT. For Instance, the story I night in Paris. 'i er in La Dame a u x Cammelllas Bemhardt's great roll And there sat Bernhardt In a stage box. to applau i steal and kin the show. BERTIT.A HARDING, of AusIro-Huuaariii'! ortoin Mexico ox a baby when was Commiaejoaad by Francis /Ofinh nt search for the crou'n ial belonged '<• \ftuiiniliari. the /fupshuru Emperor ot Mexico o'td his wife Carloiia. now RWrried (O (' S. Army Air Force Lieut -Colmicl Jack Ilarduio On the tenth day I climbed a palm BjaWKt mv legs strapped close together it was not easy l saw about two miles away I clearm* in the bush With native huts. %  i been observing the set of the current--. along the coast, and the tides. 1 crawled out it r| a nd went along with the ude. paddling with "i trailing my legs. Just as darkness fell the Uda swept the beach by the settlement. 1 tried but no one heard me. I saw Luthtl twinkling among the huts, but int. i gOt fu.tm '' "" n ly \ back where I was ten days ago. In the early hours the tide turned. It was toe I dark to see. but I could tell by the smell thai Lfhlug back towards land. .,.... J In the morning I saw the settlement and ilshim, canoes putting out. i They took me aboard, and 1 saw at euce tha. Lbei wan fchlinr. and not wild men from Uie t?ie fellow, who had only one eye. eould u few words of pidgin. U M(1 K told m< %  "' •">•-' on lhe mainland in Malaya. There were bad men about. I said 1 didn't want anyone to know they han found me. I didn't want my throat cut yet. I think he understood that white BMB righting the bandits. I Ihev got interested |D me in the village an old man plastered my broken leg In herbs and mud. The community kept me In a hut built up onj piles with a kind of verandah and U • „. the fat of the land. The women 1 wed Ln the hut. They set my fooo | l.i bring it to me. i -.onary. Some of the %  M u Ulted to hand me over to the wik Id man talked them out of It. ,, put me OTI a Utter, and before happening > partj ol them B the teach, nough one or two settlenn i put in a hut in a liny claaring by a big cave In tha hill-. The raaaan for thi-i I found that the aurrnllaa ,L ual Uio old man ihouxht UM laancar men migbt have turned me In. In a couple of months I could DU but I kept the ipllnta crutch I oulu hotble round. ung in the jungle an I some of our own boys might come. %  Lines, when I heard a burst 1 %  .topped, the old mui 'he jungle. It took us fourteen days to make M through. II through douotfnl nod inc up. 1 : % %  was cut up vi. %  I had nothing to give him. Not even a cigarette. Hack Base. I had a job makin i had no papers and I hr surgeon*said the old man had made a IOOI" i,h <>t 111 > lag Ihaj didn't touch it. I think the the way it healed. When the Becurit) boys took me up on such of ih, villages as 1 could re.ie lhan %  i h >i i-. u mi •> %  Pawaan's star) loan as wji II. hark tu Sdiir> u. In .! ami %  hildrt-li. YES! MY DEAR!! TERRY'S CHOCOLATES arr HUerlrr and thraper TERRY'S CHOCOLATES flaln. Nut i.ul Fruil, Prpprrmlnt. M.ir/.i...... < ..ITrf \oniitto. (.I-....i ^.1 .ml 1 n .iM. 8c. PER BAR Terry's Almond DoHsprt Chocolate •I 02. UAK — IIKr. Tcrrj'H Devon Milk Chocolate 4 OZ. BAR — 29c. M A \SII I II S O I I A 1 O.. LTD. will in in us SAVi Antl Hi*' Lng Wauled H.M.I Has To Be Cut fi&auiify ?(ome null Attractive C • % %  •• saiaa* saaaJ D rape* from our Bis Selection of CRETONNES and the Popular Flowered ^S PLASH. SHEETING FOR VOt'R SHOWEB ClBTAPS DA COSTA & CO., LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT Vo The Editor. The Adam Silt %  IU) that win. h bah %  practised at any UnM n>e Padookan '. cash to balaiu < He says in puitm. : %  %  %  %  %  loo lor that i and foutd that the %  %  taxes are least we hope so—a him all the help I eould in FootlU) he has tit tahe my i uallenge Mr Coppm to tl (1 quote) -only last year Mr. Shannon was making Volts hrm his own Association 1 think i.n public will mm that in* i object in %  aa a ajenaral I in the game so the.' %  A because one >ear the I\irk ground WAS SO bad 1 coned it unsulUble for play and informed the council that II would sirulton 1 would carry on, but %  h the reason at u>n md to A %  } un%  I II In my position relative to playing in the Park lihave resigned also II the BAK \ had not agreed to p 1 .. fton In m> lellei 1 wrote about Surely Mr Coppta can tell iMt date his rules call for the Annual General meeting to be held, and ul ; ,-d my jbout item I of the Council maatini JOHN Te: Hasting\<> Spruk To The Editor. The Aduocete. SIK. Wh.i.u; '.he links that forged by speaking on" tongue there are sentences wntt ,\ in English which can have lutle meaning outside the locale in which they have originate*'. Can youreaders help me to understand the following an Australian newsletter' getting a "didjeridoo" eight feet it has been sent by Mrs. F. responds with the Professor, as a iaa present. I "jomer atig lasl February for his birthday." MaeKenzle said, "and I thought that this unusual tent may be some dl : r his wonderful intelleit lie plajn UM violin, but he'I hard to get much metod\ out ol ti.e dhUaaidofi Man of the Kopa where this oi i m gat just a "boom-hn-ho" frot.. didjeridoos. "But. during the corroboree dance the .iboiigines gM its niuaic. "They stamp when u goes "boom" and slap their thighs on the "ho ANCLE / V Radio To The Editor. The Adeocat*. SIR. Especially I in the Caribbean, the 1'nitod Nations Radio has bagui ullelin being broadcast Mondays to Fridays inIt is hear.: Standard short wave bands WRCA and WRNN 1 ment: phere ol ths I'nited Nations is part of the I'nited Nations regulai SWAS to Latin America, in Spanish French and Portugue I DaWS Imlletin in Fn-iu I Bl T.uu p.m. EST.. in precedes the bulletin in English I'pwarib of twenty-ta i the I'N l %  N Radio's irlayed either from Iran ongs in a great man) iectcd that several medium wave stations and distributitr in the Caribbean Will relay the %  and make use %  to keep ordln V %  also heard the UN broa the proceedings of the General Assembly and B. that are on the air whan important bodies are in session. luanctts used 21.610 and 15.130 kilo,;, mornings, and 6.615. 11.770 and IS.ISO in the afternoons. The running commentary the mat. Broadcasts by United Nations Radio are followed not onl\ by thousands 11. roughout the world, who tune lo •arvad by local relays ore also monitored caremany press tl :ital agencies able to get speedy oA an A REAL DELIGHT FOR THE FAMILY THIS WEEK-END Cocktail Sherkim Cocktail Sauaase C'ockUII IV.i mils Clm ( khan roiaioe* Hot. Chutney Sit'ce B..1. %  ralillr lii. i Icr. Itculs MEAT DEPT. ill I KOA-.I,s sll.\K-> I Mills V VI.\L I in i. Il.ll'l. 1 o\ K1VI.I i.S LETTERS which are signed wilh a nom-dc pJun.e. but un accompanied by lhe cusfomary bona fides, will be ignored. Many such reach the Editor's desk each week, and readers ars again reminded ot the necessity lor the writer's name to be known to the Editor, not tor publication, but as an assurance ot good faith.



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T" c.TtR Pj" M XM %  19 '" 10 knitting 01s Sow In Operation I*. mjcklnf at the West J2|, 2 e.pectod that the '.J, n.achine. vv ill soon bo "tflju of ciolh which were rVrtia Ibe week n oe fji the Ml. %  tail ,M '•Qu'P mrnl '" "" Traata nil Men creeled and r^ftui that in about one l~Zvt *l" he c' n K ahead .ftiS ON ,I: ul'ding at the r^„ of Swan and Lucas owned by the L Hardware Co., Lid., is rlhMd nry last %  juncture is two complete %  lathe air and steel beams. [trUl support the floor to 1 slore.v. are now being ^tefcidos Hardware Co.. Tudor And Mottley Explain Position' In Flood And Back-Pay Questions BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE the Legislature and %  Ply to the 20 More Girls CaptGraham's For English Will Admitted Hospitals To Probate .for the City m a member ol the St. Michael's Vestrv IeavUl Barbados re.rosp,,vepay7or?nd%^l e teXr 'T "' m ^'Jt. The meeting wihilH „„. K ', n,erch nge of scavinyers au^cc o,,he 8 C.*1ba d „ U W„ r J e h* ****. U he"charr" h J W H !" "' of St' Mi h' T Ud0r Churchwarden of St Michael, took the puportuniwith" !" ?^ "" %  V '^^""on Also present were members of Worker?", 1 ; 1 "' ,he c 'hfn Workers Union and Rev. Vincent Mr Mottley Ho mentioned retrospective pay whuh had been liven that some yea, and reminded the gathering thai V J had introduced the BUI for retrospective pay in the House Always Stipulated -m Mr Griffith said that he would Gr i mUl -y ••"> as they had stipulated hA* f "' """"= "* m oved ," Kf* 101 occasions, that the L Llvm ''-one Burrowes l % %  riobean Workers' Union did no. The Klood Uuestion • :o **'" members of the other Mr. Tudor „, explaimn, hi. IS !" 1 ,h ," r ,Dld Th< !" " posillon and that of theTcfS? ,T P ''.J" ,he lsland "' d „ on I he flood relief nuesUon taw l "* olher union claimed r FBOPLE Including Han, awnaitcrs and book%  Ao usually Invade ihc supported the TM Dsy yesterday. inch was pinned j! MOtributore was in the Erf a blue cross on a white td with Uw letter* I inscribed. t people were icon withWhen asked by an Reporter" why tltfa fcftey promptly implied that d not find a collector but %  willingly contributedmany people were'stiit ^iffM-w.? I lhc * co P ,e and a Quick move was been the authority to give the "i on the Flood Relief qucsi,,,,. The Vestry, he said. coul.l only make reconiineiiclaUons. If hc vestrv s ,„mmcndaltons were not accepted, what could they do? They had tried their best to ease the terrible losses of the people. He said that the ear of Mr. Leacock (Jnr.) who had promised to give a hand in helping seamen to get work. If their object was to fill the breach where someone else had foiled, wore ihcv wrong? Mr. LaacOCk hod been helping although some Barbadian seamen jhad misconducted themselves aims of w IS'"'" 1 ln "" %  D,l, eh etnpl. families tad bS nEStStl to SSr'^S", *** '""" TWENTY more young wjmrn chosen to go to England a domestics in English iUls. This r.roup will be on 21s: March, 'Gasccgne'. and i ..t Plymouth on April 3rd. When this contingent leaves. the Pilot Scheme which was foi 38 girls will be completed. Tnc 18 girl* who left last you and are already in England are very nappy iu lu arc raw mm anm WtU. 1M U.K. .unnoniies are satisfied with the selection ana with trie work of the inaividuaj girls. They are .standing the winter well. There has been only one case of sickness wmen aeveloped after the girl had left The girls themselves write very happny with many expressions Oil gratitude to Barbados for giving; tbem this opportunity. I THE will of the late George Washington Graham, captain ut | the ill-tatad schooner. (ilona | May was among the eight tm were admitted to Probate by H Honour Mr. G. L. Taylor. Acting Chief Judge in the Cowl Ordinary yesTcrday. Evidence was given by Mrs. Graham, by the executor of tne will, and by two survivors of the "Gloria May". The testified that they saw the schooner staft with the captain on bdux and said (Bat to their best knowledge he was drowned. The other wills admitted were those of, Georglanna Matilda G^ewidge. Maybel Carlotta Gill. Francis Loremo R. Armstrong, Miriam Estellc Moselcy, Ellen Augusta Seymour utd Hbtl Mavnard (St. Michael). His Honour granted four petitions for Letters of AdministraTne girls who will leave on thejtion as follows — wi£"l a r ,he ,oUow,n : PetiUon of Mildred Agnes Jervis yy ? udene ., Als. St. George, of Tweedside Road, St Michael. His Excellency as sufferer, o? the i ,nc r word }omun\un August 31. 1949 n^ST^^-.^^^^!^ 1 ^^^^^ lief Committee appointed by "he dlsno es '" P"< 'rft-ard an effort Vestry hid '^"mftS^TtK l&ST" ^ < !" ' SSer C m W a h rk H5S ^H^c^or I S nS^S !" f* ^ relief "•" ,ur .ailed the mi'eting to mtJ He was m fuU agreement with iSrgg^'of'll? pSg2. % the postulate that when the mass£* ?*! ?" l! ,' esfelt there was something 1o^ ^^".^^ f b 5 m %  had for nothing, they woSld gj! ty !" nt ta -£ JW2g "" ways be in the forefront to get Diwalisfaclion As was well known to all, ark were not eligible for LOIS of $40 was reported Miriam Nurse of Bourne's rGoodlaiKl. She stated oney was removed from draw at her residence 110 a.m. and 12.30 p.m. ,. It il the property !" J.T? nw hla for nothing. Nevertheless there were many people in the Delamere area whose houses and furniture had been damaged and the numbers finally agreed to by the Government authorities were to a high degn disproportionate with their invest igutions. It had been decided that no damage which had been done by way of roof, window or the like should be repaired. He had received a letter from the Government authorities stating that a resolution had been passed which made availnbl 815.000 for the purpose of meeting the cost of repairs. It had bid that the amount was not intended to cover all thi claims as Government had not then finally decided what was the best steps to be taken. Returned the Money All the claims had been sent to the Colonial Secretary and he received $449.60 and a few names mentioned whose claims were recommended to be satisfied. H sent back the money as it was insufficient and as some of thi people mentioned lived above th> high water mark and there was a suggestion of impartiality. It had been held that people of the Delamere area could not hove had many valuables in their nOfMt, but he knew of a woman who had lived in that area and had lost some $5,000 to $6,000 in value. That woman had been housed at the Pine but had received no other relief. In the whole matter Government had been responsible fa the dolay and inadequate help They ;is Vestrymen had not had the authority to make money grants requisite if the people were to receive some satisfactory measure of relief. Charees Refuted In HI attempt to refute some is made with regards to Mr Mottley'* stand in the Vestry %  ad particularly his decisions when improved wages for cmInstitution were being discussed, Rev. Vincent Orifflth quoted lbs Mnwitts ol various St Michael Vestry mottIngj that on January o :941. Mr. Mottley had been m%  -'riimet tal in the bringing about "f a settlement alter I strike |p %  riging Department .V jo per cant increase on their wages was given. It tUtd been on October 8. I94? 'hat Mr Mottley had moved in hould give their employees War Bonus on the same basis as Government lava thens A Conn li batfi appoantad to go into the id Mr. Mottlev's motion had been defeated. Could they Sty he had not tried? r, it was in 1943 tha' >f salaries was agreed to, a 2a pat Benl in raaaa • On August 9. 1943 Ml moved thai va cation full pay l>e granted to tin*** employees of the ileu.irtrnent Of Bl lassrt one year's standing who had not obtained any leave at the time That was agreed to at the next meeting of the Vestry I Allan N [ FHII.I.IPS of Wesi, James, reported that %  it the same address was and entered between r 25 and Thursday and ; and other artidl [ of $6.80 are missing. T 8.45 on Wednesday I broke Its left fore lei; r with a guard wall r of Ptssaga Road and bbe shot an hour later by IBOoerstood thai the horse giving a cart manned by iHeadloy of Goodland along sty Road. It becinie unhfekand ran wild and later wall. L r. Mitt performed a gt swrt em examination on Mr of Archibald Applepi Thursday and attributed k> natural causes, %  akaite died luddenly at %  sdenie. Superlative. St Lit about 2.30 a.m on the SQ I mi. PAST three weeks 1 i no ringing of ISasno Moravian Church. is that workbeen busy removing and replacing it with which has been pura climax to mark the *We of the Sharon This new bell will be tomorrow at a Special JM 4 p.m. p U the latest of English %  nd thnut'li of |sw be run easily bv a oM si it rolls on ball Mats. i Murders Qn Assizes Calendar B"'or trial „I ihp March : Grand |en openi at lhc Town l "!' m Not rhM, .. Hmy and lour lhc • Juilice, Mr. G. L. Proidr In I ain B „ ( tht Wesi of Apiieal. .JJJhWr. 1; causing iiilenl. • inlonl s I.,,,, | braklD| mi i ^i Uwcllinfi WBlilllg iincl locumanL :'. L lor robb. Court. U \ ,\ T %  II ftlPTY SACROOL BOTTLES HIM PHIt'Eft PAID K\H;HT* LTD. PHOENIX PHARMACY .... lie had to be away for early last year. When he ..one back, he found that dissatisfaction had been going on in respect to back pay for the scaveiy Cemetery workers, both of which Boards he happened -o be chairman. The Other side had made out that he was responsible for the men not getting l>ack pay and the transfer of men from one departaothaz They also said that he was responsible % %  thing that was wrong and bad. They had heard the previous spaaJon Rev. Griffith outline tha work he (Mr. Mottley) had done on behalf ol dhv parochial employees during his ten years as a member of thu Vestry, and he had \ine it because he felt it was his duty to help those who could not help themselves. Although ihey were a few scavengers who seemed to go along with the ut i T side, he was prepared to forgn(.> them because in public life, he realised that one's Job was a most unthankful one, but was sure ihat the thinking people in the community appreciated the good he had done. His Greatest Sin ? His greatest sin according to i side was that he was associated with the Conservatives but it could not be argued with any bonasty that his association with them had prevented him from doing his best to improve the lot of the unfortunate. After explaining the ti lading cer,".udence, Mr Mottlcy pointed out that it was only a ckat by tina to see if they could weaken his popularity with the pa :ause he had consented to beome President of another union He said that he did not want lay member of the Barbados Workers' Union to come and jo:r> kid HOI D Why there was so much fear by the olher side m having another union in Barbados Nearly everyone with whom he 0, had agreed that then.vas room here for two unioni .nd he assured those present that amount of abuse by the othei side against him. would cause him 10 change his policy. It was unfortunate that aftei the Conciliation Board Masting a which he ana app.... upresent two boards and had agreed on the moral justiiication Barbados Workers' Union stioulu have come to Queen's Park, held %  meeting and abused the same .vith whom then dealing in respect to then employees. He felt that tin-, wars using the scavengers as a means to an end. Strength Inerttt %  Altai replying U ..' % %  < ilnsi him, Mr. Mottley ssslUfl was going frot %  tisaagth. He said that ht in seeing what Ml union could do to solve the great Dorothy Judith Bailey, St. Michael; ^yivia Breedy, Christ Church; tvelyn Ednis Challenor. St. Lucy; Auarey Urene Cumoerbatch. St, Michael; Roselery Gittens, St Michael; Myrtle Gollop. SI. MichMl; Cleone Caroline Haynes, M. John; Margaret Hoad. St. Michael; Dorothy Gloria Holdlp. al; Ph v 111 s Patricia M James; Ruby King, sal; Sybil King, St. Peter; llargniat nasjliis Leant] iaxw, Mi.hael Heanor Emmellne Moore. Si Michael; Vera Gwendolyn Phillips. St. Michael; Daphne lanthe Hocheford. St. Michael; Harjorie Sargeant. St. Michael; Adgla Shaw, St. Michael. DalmauAtThe Marine An open hotel ballroom with sharp lights and hard I withm hearing distance of an generator is not the best atmosphere for a musical concert. The applause which Senor Dalmau drew from more than 200 hands last evening at the Marine must therefore be recorded as a great achievement in the life of a man whom Father Hopkins described as an "excellent musician." Ably accompanied on the piano by his wife, Senor Dalmi'j won the affection of his audience by the raatoatlng. of his position — a Lullaby" — dedicated to his mother and to the mothers of the world. ^ Hi. technique in the "Ritual Fire Dance", his gaiety m tie "Zapateado". his excellent imitabpinster, to estate ol Lewis Ootnei Gordon Moore, late of Station Hill, St. Michael. Retired Lancesergeant of Police Band, deceased, as Guardian of the four children of the said deceased. Mr. w. w. Recce, K.c. instructed by Haynes and Griffith, Solicitors, for the petitioner Petition of Miriam Best of Grossrteld Gap in Martlndales Road, Widow, to estate of her husband Charles Gladstone Best I late Police Constable, deceased Mr. C Henderson Clarke. K.C. instructed by Haynes and Griffith. Solicitors for the petitions Petition of Agnes Louise Lewis of Eagle Hail. St. Michael. Widow, to estate of her husband Conrad Augustus Lewis, deceased. Mr. C. H. Clarke, K.C. for petitioner. Petition of Dorecn Muriel Alleyne of Government Hill. St Michael, Married Woman, to estate of her mother Dorothv Aletha Skeete. late of Parade Road. Bush Hall. St Michael, widow, deceased. Mr. W. R. Douglas Instructed by Haynes and Griffith. Solicitors for the petitioner. Court For Divorce And Matrimonial Causes IN the court for Divorce and Matrimonial Causes vesterday His Honour tlie Acting Chief JudLe Mr. G. L. Taylor, granted decree absolute in the suit of E. P Coxier (Petitioner) and McD Cozier (Respondent). Decree nisi was pronounced on January 6 Mr. W. W. Recce. K.C, appeared for the Petitioner instructs by Messrs. Cottle, Catford ft Co. Decree absolute was also granted in the suit of W. M. Dennv (Petitioner) and U. C. Dennv (Respondent). In this suit decree nisi was also pronounced on I January 6. Representing the Petitioner was Mr. E. K Walcott, K.C, instructed by Messrs Cottle. Catford & Co His Honour granted decree nisi in the suit of M. A. Bradshaw (PetiUoner) and W. W. Bradshaw (Respondent). PetiUoner is to have custody of the children born the marriage. Costs were allowed in the lower scale. Mr. Recce appeared for the petitioner instructed by Messrs Cottle, Catford k Co, Decree nisi was also granted ID the suit of C. M. Hassell (PetiUoner) and J. G. Haaaeli (Respondent), and custody of the child was granted to the petitioner. Costs were allowed in the lower scale. Mr. Recce instructed by Messrs Yearwood & Boyce appeared fin the PetiUoner. eWsfV No* obtainable Irom . It. JAM* Jooea ft Co.. Lid. Hotels Doing Well MISS J. KYSH. Secretary of the Publicity Committee told the "Advocate" yesterday that many of the hotels In the island having a good season this year as a -esult of tourist trade. They are doing well, but at the Publicity Office figures for comparison with the last year, would not be available until sometime later. i :i the whole, she said, more tion of a "Nightingale's Song" andCanadian tourists have visited the his final encore "Humoresque" deserve special commendation in an evening's entertainment of a kind all too rare in the island of Harbados. unemployment in this country anona; all sections of the eoml ne Mtuation sri (rooted bin daily was the plight of the middle class worker, who to his mind, was unaerpaM ana tod he hoped that in due oouraa, hit union would be able axe the employers ol this country to give them increases in their salaries. I his union "The Unemployed Workers' Union and with that he agreed. While the other side was looking out for the minority because they L-ould pay fees, his union was prepared to look out for everyone Finally he said that whatever political dufiei no they had outside on platforms, in the Lcglslahunt ha would always be prepare! support any measure whu i meant social upltftmont for tl i people. island this year than last year. BUTTER IS HERE WHAT will bring about a little relief i n the acute butter khortagS in Barbados was the arrival yesterday of 221 cases of table butter irom Amsterdam by steamship "Bonaire." This ship also brought supplies of cheese, hams in tins, canned foods, beer, sherry wine, brandv. vermouth, condensed milk, electncal .acessories, alarm clockcils and kitchen knives The "Bonaire" U-ll pott day evening for Trinidad. Messrs S. P. Musson. Son & Co., Ltd I local agents BOAT DAMAGED THE "DAGGER" a llshing bwit owned by Gordon Spooner of St. Ijiwrence, Christ Church had its. Jib blew. moraing Bbonl | 1'cJock in oistm when strung winds nil southern part of the island. The "Dagger" is 23 feet long and carries a crew of three. It Is for sooo.ou. 25 YEARS AGO (BARBADOS AUVOt ATI: MARCH 4. I-.". i WEDDING Buck—Knli.n The marriage between Mr. Edward C. Buck. M. but C-B-i F.R.G.S., and Miss Amy Klrton, daughter of the late Mr. S J Klrton, formerly Manager of tha Colonial Bank, Port-of-Spain, an I; Mrs. Klrton, took place on the 21st February at All Saints Church The Rev. E. A. Parry and the Venerable Archdeacon Hombcrle> officiated. Mr. Beverly T IfUtMU was bestman. POULTRY FEEDS OF ALL KINDS by PURINA fimJ lassgm IN OUR LINEN DEPI. GLASS TOWELS, 77c. each KITCHEN TOWELS, 48c.. 74c.. and 78c. each DAMASK NAPKINS. 65c. each ill ( K TOWELLING in While. Gold, Green. Blue and Rose al 70c, and 81c. per yd. YELLOW COTTON DUSTERS 26c. and 3Sc. each C. F. HARRISON & Co., (Bdos) Ltd. DIAL 2664 NEW ARRIVALS AT WEATHERHEAD'S S P It P TABlXTe 'IUK.V PNE SKIN C1UEAM cuiARrnt uaHTBUi TICK 1.V9SX-T POWIH3I TOt TOOTH BKUBHES THISUhtOe WIDE MOUTH H.VSKS 1 pim, >, pi, I |il kt-T-AN HOLD IWNfSs KITCHEN SCISWOW i.AMmwi. i-vrrn EH* imAjvtUM with Mp or ItarlNMlo. KEPi*aa MAL/T x r i, OIL NEKO SOAP MOnOAN-a POMADC FRDUI VBOrTABi*%  UEBDB FHBBH FLOWSK HOM nuMAimntK cu;ArTTi MATH C-APB COTEX NAIL POU.1H nAvna ASPIRIN 11 nOBXBB TOBACCO .11 kindil I'AaCAIXa OOLDJ0N MINTS BAOAnCAaT SOAP ouva a PALM SOAP I 1GHTHOUM MATCHEK WRIGHTS COAL TAR SOAP TOOTH PICKS i Woodt iioxm or CHocoLAm WOUOAT MrTPFK SCOTCH roODVHAST lib Pckj P1.ATIONVM PEN saTTa |0' BRUCE WEATHEKHLII) LTD. SPECIFY "EVERITE ASBESTOS CEMENT CORRUGATED SHEETS AND "TUHMALL ASBESTOS WOOD H I I 0 I u % i I 1 Cauor Oil ihouM aln no hvnkil Im^rUM. To bo quit* canolo fow ihould mo CASTOR Oil KEATINGS KILLS ^^*TIMTS aTiTTT "ontalo* / .•** **0rj D.D.T. \_ ue



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| v |i |;|)AV. MARCH I, !.% %  urn CLASSIFIED ADS. * !" THE BAUBADOS ADVOCATE ,N MEMORIAM *n RENT HELF MOOSE.* '!" l.t M-r. j m .',Z„ L rl A N ?!; h -"'". v aim. I d A /HY of our dear] "LAT fun, n,,-.-,-. __,„, ~~—' pBMtf.bui -.rr -,,... v WANTED >': % %  % % %  i.old ma belle, laffi %  Ikftgau %  thin. £' F|*jarv. Mil | >->-h PlW*n?** ll r : ; oo -;ta and i %  I W I OK Mil MOIIVI ^SSCtiA "as JS^aMERtfK*": • i .if-i f, *, rvta l*hed eare? Apply B. c i enre pial 8Hn jj 'SCELLANEQ US Barbed... Share* I)— Pnor. ~ %  eephone jou chartered ulan Turida". •use—on PAGE SEVEN GOVERNMENT NOTICES In (HI IKIr Hav Ml Loehnivarr I Srh ttelle Wolfe Sph IVOrta? Yacht l.e*nder. Sch Adirva Mae !trh Zl't Wonita. son Mare, jfcmrttl %  r M Tnm. sch 1-od.i-n*, scti Ptiiip M %  on. Aux Sen Ckchalpt. M V Lad* *•. Yacht SHVk li BMITI. M \ Ma*. Or-h t-edv NoMffn. *h MeUv N tine n A K RIVAL* *: *S Bonn ,v. IB? ton. re!. Capt l*"Mi#io> from ludtn. A#en-*s P Mu "f". .*" C LH %  .,*r ( ( %  ".„,, h Ihl. VFMl were f !" „, Oov Mr t Mr. E C Leacork. Ml*. A r laaaeork and Mr. P E !Mephen.or, srlwcner Minuiu. ?4 ton* net. Cepi Ouiane. A —H U: Barbadoj rotm.tK„ „. ,, A\T' '*""" *"* %  • Ltd March ai | Dial IIM 4 3 50—Jn BARM Hrtefc, I'oundrv Crnir. 5".'""> %  •• !" — rjutt reel 1-rrtr.l !*—I %  •-<:< >0'l I' I %  %  ^^ S. J I ll 111 .1 O-H A Scol bedroon < ulai rWebUCk SI Dli i.ix. "I.<( ihe b-"i | Alwn, i 1 urtnd oonrmit.-. Appi. llraurrln I. tt 3.10— t t n Illlnvui U Kitchenette. Oam, r Apoly Ai-CTION RAH*TAM. Oarri.nn %  >TAUJOM JtXVm 9 trd hor.^ •rV^iq U | 1 „ fc %  UfhM bw y ih %  %  i Otlt %  Co., Lid 1 3 SO—4n %  (If* Mor.i> Mir,..%  ^KlM MoOrl. T.I00 m ^^LW >-id v- m IIP. %  Mo i • %  |.t TJOO mile.. Lcllfnt ford V- 1BJT Sedan, only Mfea Prtr* iNwnablr F..r1 p 4S04 3.50-3 n HlMa. J3I Can. 3 Hillman Kiwii.. %  %  ii('. i i f. *: Roebuck Mhli: Ga'aj(<* •apa|d#. I'pp., flCOMAI OreMa. nn Siren. Km wdaMt<< B5" OATCAKI'.' -P ., ,(, T it ihe %  •oddor.. Kaaaell. hi •>• TTiom ltd) S Banatr*. IN? ... rophandV f, Tr, Muaaor.. Son Cto I id • .' IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION : |laa! Cable and Wirplr** advi niaenmo MalUMtl. Svac. Uk*. Alma Chr* j lp , Proaam Arihaka" wi Potarta,_r>al Santa.. HT*F^ RW Orandf. .*ra. "^JIITTOTL ^rlhpnu. frufuay. Mar Ni-im Sueou. uii,,v i^rtv Rofliifv. T*mpla>. Pii. l.ui-a. Hindi.i. Lorn Han, Spauia. Alcoa Clipper. IWto, San laleo Oliif Mer*k. Mormac liW, (>ft>.Nidardal. Ntdarholm. AaWUkta. ^!::^a. Collator, llcllCOri, Rtn A par he Cai Slleelnre Kecenl Leopaxl. MAIL NOTICE — ,—^ Mormar Te*l WHTV, nreanalde. Eaao San Joa-quin. *--rba*. Mvaen. rietoro, Mntllor I -.nda Trim d and RriTi.n auuata Iry the ?M Ak-o-i Mtatto -in he rloeed at the Clenerm i pal Off I .t-pi ..t ip i* M % %  undwr! Itociatored and Ordinary i nt on the lh March. Jfl. lawre %  %  %  I'.I-I i,.... REAL ESTATE %  %  %  %  %  %  TBMDBRl FOR THE BOTFLY OF 0R0UKD PROVISIONS 1950. lo IhC •Ml It*. %  d twipp wffn MriHOI Honltol SMM I ,.|, ,, l0 o |l. ;, *k, to b i K rti ml M ihf M-MIUI Hotpii.ii twice weekly In proportionate nmnuntv Yams—as available. Eddoea—ai available. Lororettn: Sweet potatoes—approximately 400 lor a iivered twice weekly as nrdereH Vima—as available Kildota—navailable Breadfruit— ai available tlM prtM ier 100 |hi :,. wMeJl card in .' I .ill he dattvtrad u vlic In I uneuimi ,i„ : „ n .. Ih ,, p^^i (rnm lnr ,„ „, Xnnl :he 30th c.f .:„: 3. Tender al warded In ieolrd cnrelnpc, addretisoo 'o the Colonial s ( no t to any ofllcer by name) so as tt reach the Colonial Seventy's Olnoe not later than 4 p.m n rhin-day. the Hth ot March 1950 The envelopes should be clearl. mark^—"Tenden for ground provisions" 4 Further Information is obtainable from the Prison, the Mental Hoaptlal and the Ijnaretlc 5 The Government docs not bind itself to accept the lowest Or .in> tender MtiMliHi lo OIIUN aUCTRICAL imiral 1 cubil feet Seale.1 fniti t v,. s ,, i Al> C.l i L'niti 3 yean fuarani A Beard. Htidwpod i m to IS noon da.lv 4.3.SO—2n. %  P-One il> PhiiiiD, Ha.%  kiwi condition D K: %  %  %  K Bbc< Hock, st Michael. S3. SO—3n. NOTICE pAe.mii M >i n in %  ne">'e March Ui,i %  %  %  4.3.50-4n NOTICE itedron.n,, •-netoaed ." %  I* 34tk1 ibi. aecond hand round Iron rod* and flat clamp, reeenirV.~^I rom "" ,00< M firo, r • %  ; rn,te.,..l lua> ,„ mapccl. orj at Bi>lklev Fartorv n applicant,., %  v ii Cairbutei, MO-.II. Pan*rilnl Trnururei II 21.3.WIn Rheumatism, Ankles Puffy, Backache, Kidneys Strained! CARISH OP ST. PLTI-i Wanted by .he Health ",,m, ? the abeve Pan.h. iwo lul the dui., Nunit, to perlo;, -, Rural Area, %  .N par n-.t.ntn ...,„ n „., ., nouie allowance Ona tor the Urba VWJOO per mon" Applicatloni muat be accompanied b-. %  i-aruoeoia B ,,d Hap;. Ian iBTj Doctoi Applicatu,,,. w ,|| be .. %  '"e*"',""^ p ' %  M """ rer l.irihrr peMie.ildn apply \„ undaeiianed Clerk NOTICE *i PPi.ir* i mi 'Hi I-\I.:-H Ol i | MI %  %  rtrrcil lor the l-t tla. i MII.K BPXAD %  •Ch ;*' .iHleniHi tfiu,t vend leilei. aion wiili i> gualined pemor %  tii.i -talma then i become bound *itn *„ Tenderer i.eir Tendei pled, lor the due fulnlmenl iract. With ie.iK.-i to Ihe Tender for Prcah Milk, the piobable quatni'v required u.i 14.0U aalloni and ii>* VeaUj U teitdei of than one person lor the nuppiy of ..at! all pcraoru tenderins foi : nwaid. alons with llkelt lender, a Ceinflcale liy a quahheu • %  .Utina inaI Hw cattle from witieh (h.m.lk will in-uppiled are free from Tuberculoou. %  live Chin.i. II. • I E i HEI Clerk. Si HlehaM 23 2 10 7n %  . vtvnt fr>m soon , -t ., '27 tT". lT f, ll, nd "-•" la for each epot from %  %  I water r-ain. and etectntc %  %  -.rtlcul.-.r.j.ppiv •.. %  Mhiryri or Ma! Bl| Trrr in he arrantM II 1 10IP. ir >.._ rieaa. lfaukarhe. I^-t i Kniiumad.-tiii. Ilurrilne I'aaueaav %  .. toPw tlm* Klda Wron* fooda and dri ^! r l'"" "!V """ Pfotl* u^J need help 1 %  an ". Mirfa i 01 M Ida • M| .q %  MOM Road %  Fruit iraa 1 hj ineludin.: r*Mlna rro-n %  ai '-land can Be %  %  i W*i Alter %  p v %  -i •^laie Acci Tulilir %oiirM—Confc/ THE HARHAIK-s Lord Praam > Rei L Bruce-Clarke. PC I. P F H %  i attn tiic Barba %  dci .ti, nn. of Marbadoa. loday oui object M ju. iinlor.unali' lid general knowledge. I'n". NOTICE THE appllcatioi. ot CaW Toppin holder ol Liquor I M3 of HMO. aranted to Alberta Toppin. In reipect of a il.op attached to reawle.ice at Becklei load. 04 Michael, lor perrnleaaon to uat %  aid Liquor Ucenae al s. Peckles Read. St Michael [hated thia 3rd day of March ltSO To E A MiI.tUD. EBQ Po; ,c Mati-tr.tr. IHal A < HAS TOPPIN. N n Thi ered al a Ueeneln. C 1 %  ihe 13lh da> of March liM. t 25 %  .vale Chrliimai C.irdc Iron N •>eeeaaary. Write today for b ktol to Britain'* largeii „n. neinot PuDllahan; hifheal "* n *"y* rrtonr rnakiiE "——%  •--"• OFFICIAL NOTICE 1H.I. Kldneyi Dotlor'l W.y witt a MlesiM. .1 prVp-red rrwriVVu NOTICE Kat.it,. %  *MI r.i. H*Mrin \ U HEKEMY 0IV1 iwraone havln* an, debt vl %  I'-uler* Road In |h, i 1 I %  • %  %  %  %  ' CMMI i.'i"l i,lo].<, nn*! %  (. I. fl I -Solicitor*. J %  -'lh April Itto U piuemi to dWrtbulo the %  "lo li.ivin, legard unK i \Kh flauru irf -arhleh I ha|l then have R %  %  And all ,, %  • i.'.'i a %  -. iu ...,. ,.i Oaied Ihlo Ifttii ii.,., i | CEOROB HKNPY 1M1-KI' Qualified Ad'inni." of Sai • Uiirdredi B nd hundred! o No Benerir—No Pay SrSra '|* H(n. And -o rerlnln are <£, ;.. thai fStto. uiir.anMvVuVm -ly he, a.lt.ootoir, %  ,.„„.,. )4M 1( Ml KIDNIVI • t A DO III -.4, PHIUMATISM l":ik Tea ci i.iriff> %  *-.*, RH NOTICE %  I MM! .il 1IM1 i lera*y iFven thai all perin* iidvini uny debt or claim* aaalnm iEwate of ALMA SMrTTEK deioecd. Jackmana Vllluge. In the Pan"' Michael In Hit. lal.nd who died Barbaam on the 13th dav ine requeated t., i ITU duly Mlr.tnl t„ the nn I %  %  ... .U.y of April 1-1S0 after which date lj %  hail prc.-.i |a tt.-trihute i,.e .laart* 'r.ea-a-d amoitf ihe parllea enI titled t • uch claim* of which 1 .hall then' have had notice nnd I will not he liable for ihe n-aei,. r am part thereof *q dilIrilKlted to anv pe. w „ ol -^ claim I -hall ,„,i n* l( %  . ,„ And ..II peraona mdel.tod lo the .aid -•Male are requeued to -i-,. ilojledn.-. LOCI %  7th day ..f Jan Qualified executor of Ihe Eatale *.( I i.e,l i i so—an SHIPPING NOTICES iltiBbKr From All D-i, nnd l)ppTlnieni| S..,rr, TICKETS-Sweepatake Boolu. A ISJO. JtlO. 4070. 0U0 Finder paaaae return to Arthur P*. IA H BAO Iis mi \--i-i \.s i ol KT ((r ir. v. %  i •WINSTON II Itr It* pureti,i, %  MY Of Jaruuir. 1*90, I -lv paraoria having any ratal*, right or Jiareet In or any Tien .a. %  containing by ^lmaaaur. hcuaand nine hundred and -qujre feet or thoreabi i>oi*ndliui on Undt M MM* Urauta OriAth on a a %  -OUnd to bring he %  in 'ceutrantt and votaraer*. to M oy me on any Tseaday. or Friday e•• houra of u orlock in the aft< i the Clerk of the Ae*i>> Hi %  %  %  on. ,-. -re, .,"1 ill elaan on or eld proparty C'airnaaale -re aleo nMlflad that Ihe •he I2lh day of April IMS ai It •'< i rrwhan their („ Trinidad abou t..v. M :-i % %  %  ~ I'Hla February Hard drr-e *Ma trjnahlpnien. _, for Britlah Guiana, atorbado.. tltobi ~ wird UUnda. rther parUculan itniv %  -wr*ifj wrrMv & cT LTD AgenUi Truudad UA COSTA a. < o LTD., Agent* n.-buja* M ARM '-KXTKS I R-ceued %  /• RACE SYMK ., ,„ (h-.,. THOU*/.' I* or DO JOHNSON'S STATIONERY HARDWAkt 9nt. HKittnnti 'O>IIIIIS IS %  I Ml S I III MMIM Slot MM,. ,^ ..,,. I.A( F. all ..MI t, in \ldr hi Also Trlmmli' I I \illl III! I ~ | | .. .„„ a i in ill s :,it\i i *•• I.St per pr. Itril., niaik al 11.77 per pr from 8e. la Igc. prr id erlmenl of colours 47c. 1ST rXUOn, HUW1N tt SONS IBmad Hire*'i Houra : 10 a.m.—I pjn Tuoadaya, Wednoodava, Friday.. 10 •-m.—11 o'clock .Saturday!. IMi Room ,a. „,.,. fl is Ihimu Beienee teal UioH taaea aaj H,.iih wiia K r, • .olalars. I., MAklSAHIl •Ol may be i*ea. n r i,.., ( or Purchased I Christian Science I rieading KOOIII i I i i — — ...-, %  iaea. Wr,,,,, . 0 Vrntori Are Welcome 1 KAIJ'imiFAKK.F.V.A. \ %  la1.art. cod Alley It", l W |, •.-de ^Umiioa Dn %  me Itafj Buj i %  1 "ee. Seri-aiiU quartan h-th \yitab.e with :mioedle tfJA.) Pi..,haaer e-v. OFFICIAL SALE IN INI IMUTAN I t III HI Ol AfPI M •fayui'^ ITaWrNAIXI FIJEAZnt F_NOTICe : %  heretv f an Order of the AtMitau iDOaal dated the Jell •SO. the-e will lie an 'ifHect bidder al 1 Ihe Aaatoto tl l • : ;i inooni and : %  flarivoon on l> AnrH itM. all in..-, rr Mate at HaaUn*. %  • %  aniarfeet or Ir-erreb. %  IVf I bound and kf ivo ill ba aat tap for aaie -uceaeduifl Frid. the eame no* lea* than CM* I V GILKXft As Clark of the AaMata of A For further p-micuUrs apply teo DA COSTA A CO.. LTE -AgenU.



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S a t % %  r .TO. Barbate ^U0cate I'riri-: FIVE CIlfTS Year SS. CHIANG KAI-SHEK PRESIDwToF CHINA Official Welcome for Princess Creech Jones Too Busy To Think r'rom Our LONDON. MTSJ. Today 1 asked Mr Creech Jones % %  "> %  ,.n behalf 0 [ %  boui p.,,,,., ha remained a** *"*£„, b, Ills Kv.eUe Erui i'. "• '• fjii"— !* %  "><•'• Cat princi— Uiee I %  > %  • It — rI ii 1 nr the hr I'jrl "' AUslM Hor Th JL„ nrn lll<-> jrri K,ll.M.s. (il.i-.i.I -" .^ ( hr Government Crail J, Bam* !" !" "ill e CL^if Ihr II M „,, Hi* I' Hli m \ Ht. | v.. IIEf will leave % %  II ' s Muo" •>! b|rHJl" "' %  Bir-—" ' %  %  ll, ~" usidr lluwharf at 5 n.m. £ ,-ljfj III %  •' % %  % %  u |nr lOtlUtwng UTM i mac** %  '"• %  "• %  M. |V i in ol ...iiKiue. .1. ... BJLHa '"' •< ^Urf Uir >1>A k. IB 4i(i uai salute and in fc—" 1 \ninrni wtll be pla>ea H iii i.di Ininvited • Ihr i.u-fLi I" %  >. i fMHiinilirl Locau Who "ill •< llll|UI|. round UN GlIBI \. WlUi %  (ll. (oniii'll. Oflicer ( ..in HUni Barbados. Reginu ol Guild Com in* i 'I' -1 i III • %  pwthr insiM-i'iiim the Unara ulilr .mil tin NUloiUi •til In ulayeil bMo very busy winding •t the Colonial Office," ite told me "so busy in tart I ' tew to thmk what to a. All I know fa IS yaara i am out of %  and I have got io loualy about starting all % % % %  %  %  WM U official in !,v "' s %  %  M Unka %  not now hold the Union poritton or salarypointiiients In British Guiana %  lit %  ppolntnwnl i Ihi CeorgcPlans All Out Offensive Against Communists U.S. Recognition Likely FIREMEN biuy I work on the motor schooner "Cachalot" which took nrr .,„ dock .encrday. "ZIS U 'S. Must Develop DOCKED I'HK BnCtM room and pa t i. Interior of the 84-ion motor nf Hospital in plan ol -* ;noon r "Cachalot" were dain1 II l.neison. FR.C.S. who has a ?* d bv a ,lrp which broke out DOWd UM vessel about 1040 who has MI August 2nd IMS Fungkeclnng who is 30 years old. qualified in 1943 and practised for nine yean In hospitals| carried while undergoing the "Black wood Dry yesterd. pairs < Dock." Welding opcations, were being out to the exhaust in the England. He returned iiomel ',, %  .„ su, K co„ S£; ?„*> "*"-• OUbcrt Pamum, I.I.B. H HI Ltd. Foundarv ire bvoke out. prompt action by the rFire Brit;-.. tain Pioea. nembe s of the Harbour Police Torce, th, ;)n d dock workara, the lire was not comtletely put out until about 1.30 Hungary Claims Roman Faluce own Counsel has been promoted %  I %  :. %  .: Duke, now Puisne Judge In fwsHrnn will then, Trinidad. Farnum, 1928 Guiana %  t H.R.H. lo the tollowinc •fill be behind the Saluting iff law. fait Lordship the Bishop, —(By Cablet. Itaoer the Acting Chiel and Mm. Taylor. Memd U Exeeutlve Council ihrif wtvei, % %  !< :n ot tsKUllir liminut % %  unil EiHTes, Hl Honour thi pvad Mrs. Husband*, tin rJa^'Tr;,...., 5ragij5ss^,i!---^;•*-** The Sigmund pump and lire rxtinguishent were in use end di.t Inuch to control the names which Jiad already reached the undernott -I the deck. About 250 gallons of liiesel ful HOME March l lC Vere *" the va,tel s la "*%  "' Air Defence hu Launch WASHINCTON. March 3 -TV Stuart SvmDtni ion warned Congrtf. that Russia w.n toon b. hat can oniv be declared i dfatgraceful heei nerd thai M uat been %  ratio at remalnj an avowed hag never pub%  anatomic attack in sm-nilk.,,,! Mr,-„Kih"" -Zm !" "* h S **" '" HiiMItmoBj to tin. M ot Trur %  W,SS. !" %  ST?i '•->'••'"""• %  rund.,i„,,„. S>mp,n t ton ,old th Commitu.. i,i, the Communirl Srty, o: ATTLEE DEFENDS STlllCHEY "No Communist" LONDON March 3 PRIME MINISI-HK ricmeni I • omcc lasl i.uhl issued a %  %  l-c new War Minister. John Strata. .flcr the HI retuuee Doctor Kl.iii, : 0Ok*l Evfliinfl Statidarrf lev under the headlines: Pvichi and Stnency In itt.-r Last maht. an ofltclal statement from No. 10 Downing Street .iesribed Ihe headlines as "disfiracc'nl '• ""> -'tilled thi alienations untrue. The denial said "Th, OrUBtba | tn-idard of March 2 coilains! V '' "" Ins appointment WASHINCTON. March 3. -piK STATE DEPARTMENT implied loni K ht that Vmerica will uimtin.,. Chiani; Kni-Shrk rather than Benel l.i Tsung Jen us President ,,f Nationalist t'liiiti I'n-s lllli,, i. Michael Moremott. nU llie Deptirtininl 1, ,,l nii i, •,, %  „,., I lormal ii.-iili, ,it„„, thai CUaDf K.II Shek "has i.-siinied l*rcsidenc> ol China". I'le-ident Truman earlirr told the fnm t'.mference he had invited (".encrnl l.i TlU| Jon In %  conference in his capneily aa aclil'i; rr.-Mileiii ol t lnn.i pipmnatk ofletak .\plaiiu-d lonicht that (ienernl l.i was nulled lasl month ; ,t a time when ha was iii.lispiiledlv nctlng President II,. „.,. „, ...rdin-ls received ,,s iclini; President h\ Truman. Griffiths Semis Message To The Governor The following message was .IV of s: — State for tht Sell Wives And Children For Food HONGKONG. March 3. The East China Zone around Shanghai faces a .serious fnirVne with over a million people affected reports reaching here said today. Starving peasants were said to be selling their wives and children. A Mill tar% and Political Commission W as reported to be nig military and m.llan personnel in the famine area. —(Keuler.) .1 % %  u.iiuiifc ill till* llt'olil ill i.Ufllvrw |,i, ;_-. !" .J Hhr HI h' Kad u 2it five yean,. Hunganan^ b }>J"^^ mi • Maw *nd Mr., savage will Commuillata and priests ^:. ( H ^X £ Tfj' tat wioad rar aecom-'.share.i uneasy tenure of the auHK nul1 &J^*J^ uX ? ! ^ Ma J( ,r Skew as ^u,, Kalcimeroi he w {g h 5 ^"^ij^ I. Ber Ro>..l Hiahnevs near the River Tiber. In one wing ESL'TS nL^L'T lUirrivatr >e,rrtarx ... %  ., ,h, Hungarian Papal bclgeta? J?~<> for flmncn t0 ni,Hilate by Miss \,. n.iskiii tie i [nsUtute vhare Hungarian Safer the third ear. |eea gather. In the kl rouU mil lx rralalei-u -i %  aUcn-m-lni-Mii K.M.i — rrjn-T.L H-.i. I nmte from Trafalgar %  to Gevernmenl Houar M liaea in law Barbadoa 1 farce, the thn %  aalei af it-. 0 rbaiw I Corp*. Ii-" nits mi! lOaMei.. llu public whu \ states along Ihr route KM w i-Min, nr by mitI "" .ire ihe Conui.unistihmgarlans. -Keutrr. UW YOU HAVE A TAG? WILL you have a tag? Many %  ihoppen moving briskly In the brignt sunshine were askoi ; this ((uestion yesterday as the .. VW ZJm^J? Da> f thP SRC A Mskfeef '-"ofugs, m right hand aald thai UM awre giving a> \i' who di(. not give. A ii. C Campbell. Itlva Com: the Advocate • i-i "Tag Da) ,ti was oonflni %  In 194H it w the country districts and up to the • nsion ha^ ml %  Indian Pond. St • %  %  white braid and as i heii hose The "Cachalot" was lowered so as to allow its hull to rest on the sea. The body was still suspended by the docks pn i danger was over the vessel was again hoisted. Captain Richardson told tt I yesterday that the -Cachalot" is owned by Hi H Bnn of St. Bartholomew. Ii valued al $60,000. but not insured He could not at the time estimate the damage. The "Cachalot's local representatives are Messrs. Hanschell Lareen & Co.. Ltd. ItMUH and the I'oln ~ inM be in ttei -i Haral Visit rill be given beatonm I Cheers (Jreel pcess \liee %  GRENADA %  ^99 SIGN PETITION OVER TWO HUNDRED people! have now signed petitions put out | by the Electric Consumer.' Association asking tin to cause to be in. inqunv .nt,. ihe naantng of th* Electric Company. %  %  tiuent. At Cave Shopherd | and Harrison's, (cents •igncd by an additional 21 and 1.' %  ordlng to a count made yesterdav peodad ,( note by the side of the signature i. j !" laying that the Association was •IT '^J^h, lining good work for which .1 ie much to Hie ""a" 1 1 daaerved credit. This opinion area ill crowd. shared by people living as far tally n would go nowr |p|rt u st peter and St Michael legs so that a donor cat | wBe n they were interv Into the slot \ ||w Ad vocnte" yesterday. n the box. > Use Atomic Energy To Replace Coal Lilienthal Urges BOSTON. March !.ilienlhel. former Atomic ..ncrgy Commission Chairman declared that the United States had better get a move on" in developing atomic energy for peacetime lawa, particularly as a power souite o replace coal. He said reliance on coal was "a major source of economic inlability and social friction." In .i lecture last night. Mr. Lilienthal said that atomic energy for peacetime use "n not sj"OUgg| the comer at our present state of development", but predicted there would be a practical demonstration of etectricitv letived from uranium in four years. Lilienthal said the Atom Bomo was a gadget built up away beyond its actual millUrv value" m the minds of the public This leeling existed he added because of fear and helplessness added to "a disposition to look for a gadget for peace which will poll Ihlng. Heater. that Russia had aircraft, which could carry an atomic bomb to any %  art o| the united States and return home. gone*, their aim Is considerably greater than this country's, and gnv day" he said. General Muh Falrchlld, ViceChlef of Stall, said during th. %  war bcRussia might well be initiated nv an intense pciiod bombing.' Fan-child said the lime when intercontinental warfare could tt waged was at hand. States, he sair-. 1 must do rverrthing to develop defence against air attack. General D. L. Putt. Director il Air Force Research and Development, testified that the Air force saw a possibility that "in the not ,oo distant future all com mail will be replace*' h) untied n :s-ilcv '" hich he has never'been a memin 1943 ha rayatnad the labour %  •huh he has Ml mued to te a ineniU-r. and he 'as in the fullest sense been ulilicly identified with the \cr> about Partri um attitude ol orJUon to the Comntunlal "ail* and itdot Ittngn, lUnt-ii ii he .uticlc LII the gMWiftg Mntilard have bean well-known since ol thin pubUcatlon i;. ii 1.1 i have baen iatfnrnasd 19 tha King has tu-day %  mi Charge ol oiomai OOka i bam %  with a deai I am a now ra though I hm i IWnatl interest work %  vhiih has been going forward % %  '... %  % %  .. and know Us i'olonics is well known to you all I ward wltt I %  i0 Chiang Kai 9 4 the presidential headquarters here. told thousands of cheering Cttbiaaa a DUM return to the mainland of.Chtna and smash the Commu Htedanaa side Chiang was by his U.S. Should Form Defence /'art In The Far Fust Attempt To Kidnap 14 Yr. Prince Foiled t'hi-ng. who went into 'temaasant M in January, IW8. lesumed powei mony wau-htsl by 230 t.nVials In Talpeh ..n TiniVettog Pre tderri U Tsung. %  %  aid i > nds in lioSlg Kong to have :>it. sailing htm a ler" He told it nilIIK had nd acI private use. \<>t Consulted %  Jaa i eral Pal Chung Hal, former % %  i in the I'rovmce. and .1 iippoi'nerc 'oday hi "nlted here •"' ved %  I Hi.,,' he dls. at a rltieal ttm bafbre the big batIhe iiiainlatiti wen Uaf bomhera ii and ind tn1-l.iPK 'as IVesident agnin 700 Germans Strandeit PARIS, March 3 French poUea foiled a plot la kidnap th> Kmperor Bao Dai. Head of the Vtetnair State, a Km,-. The boy. sohnol at Maslaco. near the Spanish frontier. kearoan for delegation of the Cabfa %  Dai vaid Tile last night that they had reason U believe that an attempt ie taking measures U • it %  The iiov. Bao Long, ii •• 1 een .it school in ii Caatl Rag. i irrulnted at Matlaco thai a group at n 1 .one to tb lUlllt"' are earj Intanated m th^ M.UT. Keuler. w l8HDGTOrl slarch ;t • nator, William F 1 today proposed that uW Uiwtod Swtn MI iefence pa<-i with hay He said tha. mless the United States was pre 1 the null %  tiun" in the Fa 1 1:.,%  M ) hombext %  inic aid U) that area lUMlUntn hi I Chiang's bor.ibeis meanwhile afhlpping in the Whangpoo lag Io n Air Force spokesman %  %  gaan aaDtdd not comKxcept for one inter, n I plane, it had planned no prolo'''w'Papf ";"d todey. types expenmenUi models bulll 1"^>' Ba 5 -f I" 1 from engineering plans for the years beyond 19M. That did not mean that no new planes or modifications of present aim be produced after that time The Air Force is seeking $4,533 478.000 out of an overall $13,000. '!,_ 000.000 Military Budget S^ to klanB P 1Vrin Bao I Of that amount. $182,611,000 would be used for research, and S3S.900.000 on major missiles projects. —(Be a ler ilone, he eon 11 ASM (ron bassii take, on Curtain" Knowland suggested 11 %  should be th* first step in developing a Fa Eastern 1 %  This pw ude Aus Ualia. New Zealand, the Phillip ha ffattonallai Chin i and Japan. He said that Japan should be taken In ns soon as a -aty has been completed -. %  eater — %  ewaar.) SUGAR SHIP ON FIRE ST. THOMAS iitiali steamer Carltou bare twiay cat i a cargo of sugar. She was hound from Cuban Rotterdam Surveys adM be made to determine tha dantagai 1 %  • d Heuter. Russia May Not Return To U.N.Meetings w LA KE SUCCESS. March 3 .Mr. Trygve Ue. United Nations secretary General, said at a Press Conference today that he did not mink the Russians and their allies would return to United laaalliiga, until the Chinese question was settled. i:le 01 the deadlock had been explored. Referring to the private talks he has been having with various delegations, Mr. Ue said that nothing Hm >ot iicen deddad about hold* ng a apai o deal with China and Atomic Energy. Asked if he had proposed holding a special Assembly in Moscow. Tha Secret*!>-1 Jei.ei.:. ^aid he had 10: in fart taken this point no ally, — (Reui*r BRITISH ZONE, March 3 Seven hundred tiermam from Poland were stranded on tht Soviet side of the border about 30 miles from here today, becaust the authorities refused to admit them into the British Zone Heinnch Alert/. Refugee Minister foi the British Zonal State V Lower SUB Mtlal High Commission had provisionally closed the border, becauv. the 700 refugees wan %  ho had )een listed for transfer — iReulei Baptism He/ore Execution CHARLESTON. West Virginia. March 3 A man. -ei.ii %  ; murder, will be bapti creek on Sunday while handcuff. to a minister. Sheriff Cargon Richards said hhad agreed to the rer. i rlarri Burdetle (2, who it nan was convicted < kicking to death a sah %  verted to the Ilaptin faith. He due to die In tne eap on Ajni 14. but hai againsi the sent, rue -Reuter. carried by the dog during the S.P.C.A. "Tag TODAYS RACINC; TIPS TIME HOTSPUR BOOK IK 1.00 .. Musk Musk AUlll. Stany Nlhl 1.40 Bowmanston Bowmantton Foxglove Poatarript 2 30 Brown Girl Watcrcm, CoUMon Hrown Girl 3.00 Dine Streak lllur Straak Infusion Gun Site 3 40 . BMUIIU 1 Sprilp River Sprite Sun Queen 4 30 Ai*il Flowt-rs alto Friendship April Flowers ". (V) Postacript 5 40 PoM.. Lad. Ladt B Septembrr Song Itnk Truman Gives Coal Strike Attention WA.SHLV.TON M. | oday all engager Cabinet meeting t. & %  attention to the ops .o have received half -allers. The Federal Judge, Uuliinoi B, Kecch. today issued an P days "emergency" Injunctto •gainst America's striking con This action, under • Hartley Ami-Strike l-aw, wataken shortly after Truman had cam* i lien Is. Congraa aman have put pressure on the l*restdent to lakrear the itrlaa>*bauDd %  uei atarw *reering weather and uuemplo\ -ncnt spread. M authorise th.' nt Truman will a*; Cor m r to sel/ i..ie the Amen hich have bee%  icaiu rouf WD —leulcr World Court Decides Against Argentina THE HAGUE. Mai Th. General aiawlil competent to admit a new aaaaaber to the United Na'.ion. after its application had faial •-wve endorsement from the rurtty Council, the Int< to-day. Th--[.-< laioa waa greaw I %  od Judge Jose Azevedo Ren ler



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PAGE TWO BARBADOS VDVI SATCKDAT, MAI*, Qcodb C^^"^ Attended Carnival YHAP L ORD MANTON, seeona Bron of Complon Verney ""> Lady Manton. ;.re in Barbado' on • ihort visit The;. ^7lh Febiuary and are guestg at the Ocean View Hotel Yesterday, they lunched Colony Club. SI. Jsmes, where they have been spending mucn or their time. A lover of horses. Lord Manton no doubt will be at the Races wdiy. They are due to leave this afternoon on their return journey to England. Bom in 1M. Lord Manton was educated at Harrow He jo.ne.1 the Army in II7 and In HI", he joined the 2nd uhtl.* ' resigned his commission In 1Z3 A Director of New Market Blood Stock Ltd.. London, exporters of thoroughbred slockto all over the world, he has been on a vl.lt to Panama. Peru. Venezuela. Trinidad and now Baroa dos Hia father was the owner or the famous Manton Stables in ^"memberof * _**+. Thoroughbred Hone Breeder. Association. Lord Manton owns a SSTSTnesr Lewes .njtaj-* where he has tralnlnc. Hotel Normandie In Port-of-tpain 27th and officials and i from Barbs . ia da and the party. a* € Will b* Away Fi or Six Month* ., YHAP B.A.. M AJOR '. Depu! yl I %  Comsnsaaic"ier of Police It British Guiana on Wednesday by the ,„. s -Boakoopor, h'.a way to „ England. they Major Stoute will be attending c representative., from BarbaaVas, the Pnllee College at Rytom-on police Courae. He cxpecu to be away for about five or had attended the are now here I ltd are sta Interested in Sport None the Worse Its T HK Vi busin four Canadia-i messmen could be heard cheering at the Boxing Tournament at Brighton Sports Club on Tuesday night W HA1 They were Mr. Irv.n Wilson, when Surprise! surpris' w*s fo the Ocean View Hotel. few horses In It Just Depends! M l VII.IT. WARREN WHO used lo live in Barbado* and now v •<•** returned on Tuesdav U> spend .1 holiday with his parent Should he meet you and say 'Buenos dias Senoritat" it's because he has become quite usefl lo speaking Spanish after I in V. with Pttra en B< firis* Co. whirt, from Caracas, he som goes 1 n-inoro whith ll nine hundred miles out of Caracas. When Carib met him yesterday j morning on Broad Street, he was greeted with a 'H.-yn Bud then I'm n vouna. 1 On Separate 'Planet air tramis when there la some U| %  going DO In 'he West Indies A passenger who Barbados OO Sunday told CsVifa LORD RAI.IHMN Antiguan Painting-i L ORD BALDWIN, shown abOVC in a caricature by Garner Francis, has loaned the Barbados Museum a painting—"The GamIs Antiguan .i r tilt. An exhibition at the Museum of new paintings done 1 Francis and Arnold Prinre. another Antiguan artist 1th and t this exhibition. Mr. John up t the Museum andi and he v*.ill be holding another exhibition of hi* work in 1 towards "ionth. *> Golf Fan S TAYING at Sam Lord's for five Walter Levering wh. I Philadelphia No doubt the Doc t the Rockley OoU links a'arlb heard him chatting about .,,1f wltl passenger %  Thursday morning. Dr Levering Is a CUJ is on three weeks' lea-' I ant in 81 Tnomts; I .... %  Barbados York Rupert and the Caravan—36 A T 1040 am yesterday Lcrd COm6eT-n.Tr. which 1 moored near the Baggage WareJ KSTwa, covered from stem to _,„_ .,ih flags and seamen were Joseph and Philip Gaidiy. stern d „„„,„, „„ '^L ", %  "££*..'"to" sec r?.dv "Sr Prunes, Alices arrival Mr Vincent McFarlane. Mr I. <•• **~'. fg?" £,,£, ,„ Barbado, OMfe. and Mr. QuartHen. em. jfi^J. *g£X 5 *ffi they H... been here they ajgj E^s^S. Sg kSVtTZ e^laV'm^lnj'pr u.;: ^gs-J -^J-f £ M^^.^^ of the Rockley Goll and Country Iron J' n ^ „ d e to Later on > e !" "T *'£, hc Club Mr W.bon toW Carib that t.oned m &n Felixes d ^ was normal^ .in and th hc "; %  ,."?.." S "'J^ S r M-' "'< £•• 6,,dry '"" a C J£%r% "er ^moke Bath dos Goll Champions such as M. *"1 *— %  Hr.ti K Christie. This Is Mr. Wilson. r I vtssl to the Island and he is. ulg the swimming and aail..rbadoa would gttrict moir 1 anadian tourists he said with. nother modern hotel and an II ie golf course. The Rocklc< nurse only has nine holes. "Gel in There" i Of the boxing they all thougul that the boys gave a good snow tally in one of the Prcllmi-. and the Seml-Flnal between Celneld Kid and Al Carringlon On one or two occasion. could be heard saying "Come on' •iiere and deliver thit i.unch '' . ^ .. Mr McFarlane s last bwd M 35 years age. He ami Mrs Mil "' ln !" 1 Una by the s • "Fort Amherst rid when this boat returns to tne i land they will be travelling baci I j North Mr. Wilson. Mr. Henderson ,1 Mr. Smith arrived by T.C.A „re for %  month ..11 tuests of the Winclr Hotel %  Vitited Hi Daughter M R. Hugo Monies, Industrla Relations Supervisor o I hillips Petroleum Co., Venezue ; iittle.over or,. l.arbados suying at D> M0 Toyal. He came over to visit hi,r-old daughter. Bbuna v.ho Is a pupil at the Ursulin. ( .nvenl Hc returned on Thursday idad by B.W.I A gn v ill be returning to spend th %  -. iKi here Hair style ,-\ir turdiit Jinr Johnn* Belinda. Wvman. h^ rnll. in IntUnd IOILIDI SUSe Fright. %  o rro'.ii SaroiM EMPIRE THEATJ %  %  DAI JTH sad wnivr-inAY in, ill! WORl 11. GUI ,TBIt M.(,i,| U PRO. NORICE De LA ROCRr IV 1 "1< IMBMI.N1-, roi'lG sMKRICAN AETleV VELMA LIThNSFU CABIRIT rNTETAI\ w Who tt.l! -mi, and Dal-ce Her Way Into YeaPRICE*: Oreh. II.M: BoMes II 00: Hstvse ;5e ,. ^ Ralion. .'.ll. I nr.-erved). '^^ I,,, *l. HOTS ON SAL* Dl'RING THE DAYS OF SBnts, Sailor Sam u very innoytd sbou: hn inkle. I'll rub it and work it about %  little and it may^gst better. but 1 can't walk on it yer." be grunti. "And .swanwhile Roderigo •ill reach his ship and sail away. Oh. was there ever uch bad luck I "I re'l you what." says Rupee. I'll creep on and keep him So with Beppo he cautioutly climb* down the rocky oath, which gets more and more difficult, and it is dark when he reachei the dmivrd quay and *• ( hed.m bgureol th,r V board hi. ihip. l" li t he ,. d S**Jl l know I'm irsilsiig nun. _ta.n-.! Rupert. 2. ti is prorerbiaiiy Q^y 111 B. AuUxnatcA. | !a A SSt !rUl tell on m iin-wu.l you put. ootblng HI BbEl\OS AIRES? WASHINGTON? ISTANBUL? ADELAIDE: Whatever the Destination i* YOUR FLIGHT STARTS (• w* may *e Helpless To-night's Plans couple who wanted to reon thi c rrowded out of Jamaica that the .___„. for thr ... husband had to return In plane aQd -lothcr They Prefer Barbados A RRIVING on Thi-iio the island who were paying Barbados (heir second visit. They arrived in Trinidad by the lira-il which is at present on a thirtyeight day erulse from M to Tnniclaa. Km. hueno* Aires and return. ma of the find out tourists had tainment over iht' an %  M <*' Uwm %  hath takes place at the Crane Hotel tn-night. ill saying what a M.riaerful moonlight night it should be ^WO gents were chatting on i. Broad Street yesterday. On*;• tall angular fellow, the other as very short. Carib listened in : |tlon. This was but this L* what they said: — Short fellow displaying his S PC.A tag—"Where is your Idg \n.i the t.ill fellow in .1 -1 w Hajan accent ct^arled—Man. I look to you as II I have any So besides all of U n-gulur money to give to animals, when I'likwick fans a mammoth crowd night, and if you hold I numbers law l prizes to IKgiv.n away. the piste where 1 work doesn't nough money to help TO-Ml.II I A GALA NIGHT AT CLUB MORGAN DELICIOUS STEAK DINNERS The (LIB MORGAN ORCHESTRA and PETER LACY (or rontinuou<. entertainment %  sr Please Dial 4000 for Reservations Jl. B.ow .hia v I 24. Its tsat man again. St %  *. Animal yo\i snTi oiii* • .o 1 M. May be of retreading rvice ( • 1 chatf. <)" s. Be s hll or boxing? (Si 4. AS time go**, lust hallwaf. <•> . Reiawd. 141 _.. s. Mo tiQusemaia wouia use srui duster as ll does more rtarm than good. i7t TA man who Is a this is not wnat ha mar seam. (31 10A Sowar cluster, is. 12. Plr can't become uncontrolled. i7 1 a itout 12. Not wtiat you would etas, (4i IS. We may vxpreM a aense 01 duty and mean nothing. 161 17 Bellt to get the measure. %  n uiia :ac-d tne i '4 Across. 131 .' Anp: 1*1 8 in*: ** Poion? is. it B.H It...it: : BRITISH WESTINDIANAMWAY& You can book youe Air Paaoage to any ay. In the world at No Extra Coat at the booUiM office of . BRITISH WESTINDIANAf/WAYA LIMITED, Ll. die a rc Helpful P L A Z A (One Day Only) SUNDAY 5, 8.30 p.m. WARNER BROS, present Humphrey Barbara Alexis BOGART STANWYCK SMITH in "The TWO MRS. CARROLLS" : s 'Dllp VALLEY DUl IM1 K) ttSEUVtllOM / w. time irirlacl we Will the! M Weu Indies Wins HW RAHOU) Klli. EdgH OWF.VER In the Pubhe BuUd ings Courtyard a line look%  ifT. whose •H doing a roaring helping his fellow anlTnnidail rlh mals and himself. He had • tin Amei iped onto his shoulders A tiy'a annual H haW '. |r ll leaan, ine winning of tl .f lags and passTreasurer of w T aleCullo igh i eposlled theit eontribu, Hie tin on his anoulstaying -i\ the Worthing i. Kl . i.rminert to sell Bo •< %  ! "•*• BY THE WAY Hy Beachcomber MM ATM' CLUB CI\i:NA (Members Onlyl ~1 \ll.\Y. TI'EMDAV and Till KSII.W SIGHT at .M BUTCHKKSl Leslie BROOK. Jimmy HAN1.EY. Dinal. 9 in •roa KHJ %  vLomr A Tend, i LfiVI 81 : ,uth the Musicuf ALBERT SANDgal I .1,., with HELEN HI Iximton Symph..ny Orchestra: Soloist HEUDLE SASH High Blood Pressure Kills Men & WMIM Twice as manr wi>rn*i, a* nn %  ' r from Kin UILOU Pfsssara. srs* i a mjetiio\. d' % %  •••• ihat atan.' %  out UM time of CBm of Life ai i i tht) real MUM of mucti ba*rt ttmi.. • .ill later on of caralvtk' itroMee. "*• > rooa aymptoma of Htih Blood Prea •ara an; Narrouaneaa, i -s.5* -. a> e aad aeak of Bead a.iJ abo\ •> % %  Lueaeira la head, dltalnaaa. ahoc bresffl. salia In bean. palpiuMt.i. poor alaexlees ef MBIOT mnd MI*J '.illr cadtd. fear aad worry. If > %  \. %  'JFTM aay ml ihea* irmpioma, don Ula> treatmeat a •loi> l.r >'. .i.i./.i/ A .arraslie Igtll I ,. that Kh. was going out to tier to Mr Charles Muf"Bow i •"" -.langy told I ten, Later she said. He i %  """TT..h•„,,.% ., friend of M 1 '' N "n"' gan-AUIek urn. pen" I rr We"Ve friends said to reporters: "1 ...ade this ptlgrlmago all MM wgj from Crew, a/d I've be.^ waiting %  "' ** %  '" i."":.! si„S (mod Aloilf mm GINGER BEER lioml (or a Shaiulv SPEND Q little RAYON BROCADE ,i, in. Peach. Blue. Pink. Union. White .1 HI CIS. A begutilul rgnge of delightful roloortand SAVE A LOTI by buying these Special Offer Lines 6ARS0N1AKESA BUBBLE 6ATHI W,rf. N G^EER WALTER GWSOtf PIDGEDD; FflER LAWORO • ELIZABETH TAYLOR CESAR ROMERO t MI teo • cvOiowtx MAIt* "CTVJil l'KUKvl. BLONDINI <1N MMMV. MARCH 5th at 8.43 I'llli I | -I \l I !., i ll.i Ll Jtc.. BAL. 18c.. BOXES Mb Nlslls MII ll -I Mltl Mil Bi Lo.il Talent Audition ON SI NDAV iril al It a.sn. Milk ulrnt are invited. !• %  W/AW/.V/.VAV/ Mr. Artisan, Get the right TOOL for the Job EVANS & Will I HULKS DIAL 4606 DIAL 4220 Your selling AVENI I Ml N B BHOI al SH.IW H pair "11 will PBJ tun I" kuj qiiililulHnysl" HIGHTONE PRINTS in BrifM PIWs nd Flowers 34 ins. wide ii 70 ass. Just opened—aad read* for you All prkgsl .i.lvetliM-d are UW 1. dollars. M RATCHET BRACKS CHISELS HAMMERS SCaEW DRIVERS HAND SAWS PLANES %  Sjoaass SAW FILES TAPES TROWELS II WD DRILLS PLIERS BLOW TORCHES HACK SAWS Inspect Ihe wide ranee slocked by our Hardware and Ironniuiicery Department BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LIMITED Holland x FlneMt Beer Agmls KOBCKT THOM LTD. I'ri..ne 222* Ol.i.>ll'l< ,V, "" T m s^s. s; "*j.nrl M-irtln. William 'ii"""^ •KINGS OF THE GAMBLE


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l!>.TO.
Barbate
^U0cate
I'riri-:
FIVE CIlfTS
Year SS.
CHIANG KAI-SHEK PRESIDwToF CHINA
Official
Welcome
for Princess
Creech Jones
Too Busy
To Think
r'rom Our
, LONDON. mTSj.
Today 1 asked Mr Creech Jones
"> ,.n behalf 0[
boui p.,,,,., ha remained
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J, Bam*'" "ill e
CL^if Ihr II M -
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Ht. | v.. II-
Ef will leave II ' s
Muo" >! '
b|rHJl" "'
Bir-" ' " ll,~"
usidr llu- wharf at 5 n.m.

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u |nr lOtlUtwng uTm i
, mac** '" " "
M. |V i in ol ...iiKiue. .1. ...
BJLHa '"' <
^Urf Uir >1>A k.
IB4i(i uai salute and in
fc"1 \ninrni wtll be pla>ea
Hiii i.di In- invited
Ihr i.u-fLi I" >.
i fMHiinilirl Locau
Who "ill < llll|UI|.
round UN GlIBI \. WlUi
(ll. (oniii'll. Oflicer ( ..in
HUni Barbados. Reginu ol
Guild Com in* i 'I'-1 i iii
pwthr insiM-i'iiim the Unara
ulilr .mil tin NUloiUi
til In ulayeil
bMo very busy winding
t the Colonial Office,"
ite told me "so busy in tart I
' tew to thmk what
to a. All I know fa
IS yaara i am out of
and I have got io
loualy about starting all
''- WM U official in
!,v"'s ' m Unka
not now hold the
Union poritton or salary-
________________ Ncn l|>pointiiients
In British Guiana
lit ppolntnwnl i
Ihi Ceorgc-
Plans All Out Offensive
Against Communists
U.S. Recognition Likely
FIREMEN biuy
I work on the motor schooner "Cachalot" which took nrr ., dock .encrday.
"ZIS U'S. Must Develop
DOCKED
I'HK BnCtM room and pa t
_ i. Interior of the 84-ion motor
nf Hospital in plan ol -*;noon*r "Cachalot" were dain-
1 II l.neison. FR.C.S. who has a?*d bv a ,lrp which broke out
DOWd UM vessel about 1040
who has
mi August
2nd IMS
Fungkeclnng who is 30 years
old. qualified in 1943 and prac-
tised for nine yean In hospitals| carried
while undergoing
the "Black wood Dry
yesterd.
pairs <
Dock."
Welding opcations, were being
out to the exhaust in the
England. He returned iiomel ',,.
, su,Kco S; ?*> "*"-
OUbcrt Pamum, i.i.b. H
hi
Ltd.
Foundarv
ire bvoke out.
prompt action by the
rFire Brit;-.. tain Pioea.
nembe s of the Harbour Police
Torce, th, ;)nd dock
workara, the lire was not com-
tletely put out until about 1.30
Hungary Claims
Roman Faluce
own Counsel has been promoted
I :. .:
Duke, now Puisne Judge In
fwsHrnn will then, Trinidad. Farnum, 1928 Guiana
t H.R.H. lo the tollowinc
fill be behind the Saluting iff law.
fait Lordship the Bishop, (By Cablet.
Itaoer the Acting Chiel
and Mm. Taylor. Mem-
d U Exeeutlve Council
ihrif wtvei, !< :n ot
tsKUllir liminut unil
EiHTes, Hl Honour thi
pvad Mrs. Husband*, tin
rJa^'Tr;,...., 5ragij5ss^,i!---^;*-**
The Sigmund pump and lire
rxtinguishent were in use end di.t
Inuch to control the names which
Jiad already reached the undernott
-I the deck.
About 250 gallons of liiesel ful
HOME March l lCVere *" the va,tel's la"*- "'
Air Defence
hu
Launch
WASHINCTON. March 3
-TV Stuart SvmDtni ion
warned Congrtf. that Russia w.n toon b.
hat can oniv be declared
i dfatgraceful heei
nerd thai M
uat been ratio at
remalnj an avowed
hag never pub-
anatomic attack in sm-nilk.,,,! Mr,-Kih"- -Zm'"* h'S **" '"
Hi- iMItmoBj to tin. Mot Trur
W,SS. ST?i '->''""" rund.,i,,......
S>mp,ntton ,old th Commitu.. i,i, the Communirl Srty, o:
ATTLEE
DEFENDS
STlllCHEY
"No Communist"
LONDON March 3
PRIME MINISI-HK ricmeni
I omcc lasl i.uhl issued a

l-c new War Minister. John
Strata.
.flcr the
hi retuuee Doctor Kl.iii,
:
0Ok*l Evfliinfl Statidarrf
lev under
the headlines: Pvichi and
Stnency In itt.-r
Last maht. an ofltclal statement
from No. 10 Downing Street .ies-
ribed Ihe headlines as "disfiracc-
'nl ' ""> -'tilled thi alienations
untrue.
The denial said "Th, OrUBtba
| tn-idard of March 2 coilains! V '' "" Ins appointment
WASHINCTON. March 3.
-piK STATE DEPARTMENT implied loniKht that
Vmerica will uimtin.,. Chiani; Kni-Shrk rather than
Benel l.i Tsung Jen us President ,,f Nationalist t'liiiti
I'n-s lllli,, i. Michael Moremott. nU llie Deptirtininl 1, ,,l
nii i, ,,,., I lormal ii.-iili, ,it, thai CUaDf K.ii Shek "has
i.-siinied l*rcsidenc> ol China".
I'le-ident Truman earlirr told the fnm t'.mference he had
invited (".encrnl l.i TlU| Jon In conference in his capne-
ily aa aclil'i; rr.-Mileiii ol t lnn.i
pipmnatk ofletak .\plaiiu-d lonicht that (ienernl l.i was
nulled lasl month ;,t a time when ha was iii.lispiiledlv
nctlng President II,. .,. , ...rdin-ls received ,,s iclini;
President h\ Truman.
Griffiths Semis
Message To
The Governor
The following message was
.IV of
s:
State for tht
Sell Wives And
Children For Food
HONGKONG. March 3.
The East China Zone
around Shanghai faces a
.serious fnirVne with over a
million people affected re-
ports reaching here said to-
day. Starving peasants were
said to be selling their
wives and children. A Mill
tar% and Political Commis-
sion Was reported to be
nig military and
m.llan personnel in the
famine area.
(Keuler.)
------ .1 u.iiuiifc ill till* llt'olil ill i.Ufllv- rw |,i, ;_-..J
Hhr hi .....' h' Kad ,u. 2it five yean,. Hunganan^ "b}>J"^^ mi
Maw *nd Mr., savage will Commuillata and priests ^:.(H^X Tfj'
tat wioad rar aecom-'.share.i uneasy tenure of the auHK .nul1 &J^*J^ uX? !
^ MaJ(,r Skew- as ^u,, Kalcimeroi .he.w{g *h5^"^ij^
I. Ber Ro>..l Hiahnevs near the River Tiber. In one wing ESL'TS nL^L'T
lUirrivatr >e,rrtarx ... ., ,h, Hungarian Papal bclgeta? J?~<> for flmncn t0 ni,Hilate
by Miss \,. n.iskiii tie i [nsUtute vhare Hungarian
Safer the third ear. |eea gather. In the
kl rouU mil lx rralalei-u
-i
aUcn--m-lni-Mii K.M.i
rrjn-T.L H-.i.
I nmte from Trafalgar
to Gevernmenl Houar
M liaea in law Barbadoa
1 farce, the thn
aalei af it-. 0 rbaiw
I Corp*. Ii-- nits mi!
lOaMei.. llu public whu
\ states along Ihr route
KM w i-Min, nr by mit-
I ""
.ire ihe Conui.unist-
ihmgarlans.
-Keutrr.
UW YOU HAVE
A TAG?
WILL you have a tag? Many
ihoppen moving briskly In
the brignt sunshine were askoi
; this ((uestion yesterday as the
.. VW ZJm^J? Da>' f thP SRC'A
Mskfeef '-"ofugs,
m right hand aald thai Um
awre giving a>
\i' who di(.
not give.
A ii. C Campbell.
Itlva Com-
: the Advocate
i-i "Tag Da)
,ti was oonflni

In 194H it w
the country districts and up to the
nsion ha^
ml

Indian Pond. St


white braid and as i
heii hose
The "Cachalot" was lowered
so as to allow its hull to rest on
the sea. The body was still sus-
pended by the docks pn
i danger was over the
vessel was again hoisted.
Captain Richardson told tt
I yesterday that the
-Cachalot" is owned by Hi H
Bnn of St. Bartholomew. Ii
valued al $60,000. but not insured
He could not at the time estimate
the damage.
The "Cachalot's local represen-
tatives are Messrs. Hanschell
Lareen & Co.. Ltd.
ItMUH and the I'oln ~
inM be in ttei -i
Haral Visit rill be given
beatonm
I Cheers (Jreel
pcess \liee
GRENADA

^99 SIGN
PETITION
OVER TWO HUNDRED people!
have now signed petitions put out |
by the Electric Consumer.'
Association asking tin
to cause to be in.
inqunv .nt,. ihe naantng of th*
Electric Company.


tiuent. At Cave Shopherd |
and Harrison's, (cents
igncd by an additional 21 and 1.'
ordlng to
a count made yesterdav
peodad ,(
note by the side of the signature
. i. j . laying that the Association was
IT '^J^h, lining good work for which .1
ie much to Hie ""a"11 daaerved credit. This opinion area
ill crowd. shared by people living as far
tally n would go nowr |p|rt u st peter and St Michael
- legs so that a donor cat | wBen they were interv
Into the slot \ ||w Advocnte" yesterday.
n the box. >
Use Atomic
Energy To
Replace Coal
Lilienthal Urges
BOSTON. March
!.ilienlhel. former Atomic
..ncrgy Commission Chairman de-
clared that the United States had
better get a move on" in develop-
ing atomic energy for peacetime
lawa, particularly as a power souite
o replace coal.
He said reliance on coal was
"a major source of economic in-
lability and social friction."
In .i lecture last night. Mr.
Lilienthal said that atomic energy
for peacetime use "n not sj"OUgg|
the comer at our present state of
development", but predicted there
would be a practical demonstration
of etectricitv letived from
uranium in four years.
Lilienthal said the Atom Bomo
was a gadget built up away
beyond its actual millUrv value"
m the minds of the public This
leeling existed he added because
of fear and helplessness added to
"a disposition to look for a gadget
for peace which will poll
Ihlng. Heater.
that Russia had aircraft, which
could carry an atomic bomb to any
art o| the united States and
return home.
gone*, their aim
Is considerably greater than this
country's, and gnv
day" he said.
General Muh Falrchlld, Vice-
Chlef of Stall, said during th.
war bc-
Russia might well be initiated nv
an intense pciiod
bombing.'
Fan-child said the lime when
intercontinental warfare could tt
waged was at hand.
States, he sair-.1 must do rverr-
thing to develop defence against
air attack.
General D. L. Putt. Director il
Air Force Research and Develop-
ment, testified that the Air force
saw a possibility that "in the not
,oo distant future all com
mail will be replace*'
h) untied n :s-ilcv '"
hich he has never'been a mem-
in 1943 ha rayatnad the labour
huh he has Ml
mued to te a ineniU-r. and he
'as in the fullest sense been
ulilicly identified with the
\cr> about Partri um attitude ol
orJUon to the Comntunlal
"ail* and it- dot
Ittngn, lUnt-ii ii
he .uticlc lii the gMWiftg Mnti-
lard have bean well-known since
ol thin pubUcatlon
i;. ii 1.1 i
. have baen iatfnrnasd
19 tha King has tu-day
mi Charge ol
oiomai OOka i bam
with a deai
I am a now
ra though I hm i
IWnatl interest work
vhiih has been going forward
'... ..
and know Us i-
'olonics is well known to you all
I ward wltt -
I

i0 Chiang Kai 9
4 the
presidential headquarters here.
told thousands of cheering Cttbiaaa
a DUM return to the
mainland of.Chtna and smash the
Commu
Htedanaa
side
Chiang was by his
U.S. Should Form
Defence /'art
In The Far Fust
Attempt To
Kidnap 14 Yr.
Prince Foiled
t'hi-ng. who went into 'tem-
aasantM in January,
IW8. lesumed powei
mony wau-htsl by 230 t.nVials In
Talpeh ..n
Tin- iVettog Pre tderri U Tsung.

aid i >
nds in lioSlg Kong to have
:>it. sailing htm a
ler" He told
it nil-
iik had
nd ac-
I
private use.
\<>t Consulted
Jaaieral Pal Chung Hal, former
i in the
I'rovmce. and .1
iippoi'- nerc
'oday hi
"nlted
here
' "' ved I Hi.,,' he dls.
at a
rltieal ttm bafbre the big bat-
Ihe iiiainlatiti wen
" Uaf bomhera
ii and
ind tn-
1-l.iPK
'as IVesident agnin
700 Germans
Strandeit
PARIS, March 3
French poUea foiled a plot la
kidnap th>
Kmperor Bao Dai. Head of the
Vtetnair State, a Km,-.
The boy.
. sohnol at
Maslaco. near the Spanish fron-
tier.
kearoan for
delegation of the Cabfa
Dai vaid Tile ,
last night that they had reason U
believe that an attempt

ie taking measures U
it "
The iiov. Bao Long, ii
1 een .it school in ii
Caatl Rag. i irrulnted at Mat-
laco thai a group at n
1 .one to tb
lUlllt"'
are earj Intanated m th^ m.ut.
Keuler.
w l8HDGTOrl slarch ;t
nator, William F
1 today proposed that
uW Uiwtod Swtn mi
iefence pa<-i with hay
He said tha.
mless the United States was pre
1 the null
tiun" in the Fa 1 1:.,-
M ) hombext
inic aid U) that area lUMlUntn hi
. I
Chiang's bor.ibeis meanwhile af-
hlpping in the Whangpoo
lag Io
n Air Force spokesman
gaan aaDtdd not com-
Kxcept for one inter, n I
plane, it had planned no prolo- '''w'Papf ";"d todey.
types expenmenUi models bulll 1"^>' Ba5 -f I"1
from engineering plans for the
years beyond 19M. That did not
mean that no new planes or modi-
fications of present aim
be produced after that time
The Air Force is seeking $4,533 _
478.000 out of an overall $13,000. '!,_ ,
000.000 Military Budget S^ to klanBP 1Vrin Bao I
Of that amount. $182,611,000
would be used for research, and
S3S.900.000 on major
missiles projects.
(Be a ler
ilone, he eon
11
Asm (ron bassii take,
on Curtain"
Knowland suggested 11

should be th*
first step in developing a Fa
Eastern 1
This pw ude Aus
Ualia. New Zealand, the Phillip
ha ffattonallai Chin i
and Japan. He said that Japan
should be taken In ns soon as a
-aty has been completed
-.eater

ewaar.)
SUGAR SHIP ON FIRE
ST. THOMAS
iitiali steamer Carltou *
bare twiay cat i
a cargo of sugar.
She was hound from Cuban
Rotterdam Surveys adM
be made to determine tha dantagai
1
d Heuter.
Russia May Not
Return To
U.N.Meetings
w LA-KE SUCCESS. March 3
.Mr. Trygve Ue. United Nations
secretary General, said at a Press
Conference today that he did not
mink the Russians and their
allies would return to United
laaalliiga, until the
Chinese question was settled.
i:le 01 the
deadlock had been explored. Re-
ferring to the private talks he has
been having with various delega-
tions, Mr. Ue said that nothing
Hm >ot iicen deddad about hold*
ng a apai
o deal with China and Atomic
Energy.
Asked if he had proposed hold-
ing a special Assembly in Moscow.
Tha Secret*!>-1 Jei.ei.:. ^aid he had
10: in fart taken this point no
ally,
(Reui*r '
BRITISH ZONE, March 3
Seven hundred tiermam from
Poland were stranded on tht
Soviet side of the border about
30 miles from here today, becaust
the authorities refused to admit
them into the British Zone
Heinnch Alert/. Refugee Minis-
ter foi the British Zonal State V
Lower SUB Mtlal
High Commission had provision-
ally closed the border, becauv.
the 700 refugees wan
ho had )een listed for
transfer
iReulei
Baptism He/ore
Execution
CHARLESTON. West Virginia.
March 3
A man. -ei.ii ;
murder, will be bapti
creek on Sunday while handcuff.
to a minister.
Sheriff Cargon Richards said h-
had agreed to the rer. i
rlarri Burdetle (2, who it
nan was convicted <
kicking to death a sah

verted to the Ilaptin faith. He ,
due to die In tne eap
on Ajni 14. but hai
againsi the sent, rue -Reuter.
carried by the dog during the S.P.C.A. "Tag
TODAYS RACINC; TIPS
TIME HOTSPUR BOOK IK
1.00 .. Musk Musk
AUlll. Stany Nlhl
1.40 Bowmanston Bowmantton
Foxglove Poatarript
2 30 Brown Girl Watcrcm,
CoUMon Hrown Girl
3.00 Dine Streak lllur Straak
Infusion Gun Site
3 40 . BmuIIU 1 Sprilp River Sprite Sun Queen
4 30 Ai*il Flowt-rs alto Friendship April Flowers
". (V) Postacript
5 40 PoM.. Lad. Ladt B
Septembrr Song Itnk
Truman Gives
Coal Strike
Attention
WA.SHLV.TON M. |
.
oday all engager
Cabinet meeting t. &.
attention to the ops
.o have received half
-allers.
The Federal Judge, Uuliinoi
B, Kecch. today issued an P
days "emergency" Injunctto
gainst America's striking con
This action, under
Hartley Ami-Strike l-aw, wa-
taken shortly after
Truman had cam* i
lien Is.
Congraaaman have put
pressure on the l*restdent to lak-
rear the itrlaa>*bauDd
uei atarw
*reering weather and uuemplo\
-ncnt spread.
M authorise th.-
' nt Truman will a*; Cor
m r to sel/
i..ie the Amen
hich have bee-
icaiu rouf WD
leulcr
World Court
Decides Against
Argentina
THE HAGUE. Mai
Th. General aiawlil
competent to admit a new aaaaa-
ber to the United Na'.ion. after
its application had faial
-wve endorsement from the
rurtty Council, the Int<
to-day.
Th-- -[.-< laioa waa greaw I
od Judge Jose Azevedo
Ren ler


PAGE TWO
BARBADOS VDVI
SATCKDAT, Mai*,
Qcodb C^^"^
Attended Carnival
YHAP
LORD MANTON, seeona Bron
of Complon Verney "">
Lady Manton. ;.re in Barbado' on
ihort visit The;.
^7lh Febiuary and are guestg at
the Ocean View Hotel
Yesterday, they lunched
Colony Club. SI. Jsmes, where
they have been spending mucn or
their time.
A lover of horses. Lord Manton
no doubt will be at the Races w-
diy. They are due to leave this
afternoon on their return journey
to England.
Bom in 1M. Lord Manton was
educated at Harrow He jo.ne.1
the Army in II7 and In HI", he
joined the 2nd uhtl.* '
resigned his commission In 1Z3
A Director of New Market
Blood Stock Ltd.. London, export-
ers of thoroughbred slockto all
over the world, he has been on
a vl.lt to Panama. Peru. Vene-
zuela. Trinidad and now Baroa
dos Hia father was the owner or
the famous Manton Stables in
^"member- of *_**+.
Thoroughbred Hone Breeder.
Association. Lord Manton owns a
SSTSTnesr Lewes .njtaj-*
where he has
tralnlnc.
Hotel Normandie In Port-of-tpain
27th and officials and
i from Barbs
. .iada and
the party.
a*
Will b* Away Fi or
Six Month* ., YHAP B.A..
MAJOR '. Depu! yl I
Comsnsaaic"ier of Police It British Guiana
, on Wednesday by the ,.
s -Boakoop- or, h'.a way to
England. they
Major Stoute will be attending c
representative., from BarbaaVas, the Pnllee College at Rytom-on
police Courae. He cxpecu
to be away for about five or
had attended the
are now here I
ltd are sta
Interested in Sport
None the Worse
Its
THK Vi
busin
' four Canadia-i
messmen could be heard
cheering at the Boxing Tourna-
ment at Brighton Sports Club on
Tuesday night
WHA1
They were Mr. Irv.n Wilson, when
Surprise!
surpris'
w*s fo
the
Ocean View Hotel.
few horses In
It Just Depends!
Ml VII.IT. warren WHO
used lo live in Barbado* and
now v <** returned
on Tuesdav U> spend .1
holiday with his parent -
Should he meet you and say
'Buenos dias Senoritat" it's be-
cause he has become quite usefl
lo speaking Spanish after I
in V.
with Pttra en B< firis* Co.
whirt,
from Caracas, he som
goes 1
- n-inoro whith ll nine hun-
dred miles out of Caracas.
When Carib met him yesterday j
morning on Broad Street, he was
greeted with a 'H.-yn Bud
then I'm n vouna.1
On Separate 'Planet
air tram-
is when there la some U|
going DO In 'he West Indies
A passenger who
Barbados OO Sunday told CsVifa
LORD RAI.IHMN
Antiguan Painting-i
LORD BALDWIN, shown abOVC
in a caricature by Garner
Francis, has loaned the Barbados
Museum a painting"The Gam-
Is
Antiguan
.i r tilt.
An exhibition at the Museum of
new paintings done 1
Francis and Arnold Prinre. an-
other Antiguan artist
! 1th and
. t this exhibi-
tion.
Mr. John
up t the Museum andi
and he v*.ill be hold-
ing another exhibition of hi*
work in 1 towards
"ionth.
- *>
Golf Fan
STAYING at Sam Lord's for five
Walter Levering wh.
I Philadelphia No doubt the Doc
.
t the Rockley OoU links a-
'arlb heard him chatting about
.,,1f wltl passenger

Thursday morning.
Dr Levering Is a CUJ
is on three weeks' lea-'
I ant in 81 Tnomts;
I ....
Barbados
York
Rupert and the Caravan36
A T 1040 am yesterday
Lcrd COm6eT-n.Tr. which 1
moored near the Baggage WareJ
KSTwa, covered from stem to
...... _,_ .,ih flags and seamen were
Joseph and Philip Gaidiy. stern d ,,
'^L ","*..'"to" sec r?.dv "Sr Prunes, Alices arrival
Mr Vincent McFarlane. Mr I. < **~'. fg?" ,,, , Barbado,
OMfe. and Mr. Quart- Hen- em. jfi^J. *gX 5
*ffi they H... been here they ajgj E^s^S. Sg kSVtTZ
e^laV'm^lnj'pr u.;: ^gs-J -^J-f M^^.^^
of the Rockley Goll and Country Iron J'n ^ d e to Later on >e"T *', ,hc
Club Mr W.bon toW Carib that t.oned m &n Felixes d ^ was normal^ .in and th
hc ";,."?.." S "'J^ SrM-' "'< 6,,dry '"" a' CJ%r% "er ^moke Bath
dos Goll Champions such as M. *"1 -------* Hr.ti
' K Christie. This Is Mr. Wilson.
r I vtssl to the Island and he is.
ulg the swimming and aail-
..rbadoa would gttrict moir
1 anadian tourists he said with.
. nother modern hotel and an II
ie golf course. The Rocklc-
< nurse only has nine holes.
"Gel in There" i
Of the boxing they all thougul
that the boys gave a good snow
tally in one of the Prcllmi-.
and the Seml-Flnal between
Celneld Kid and Al Carringlon
On one or two occasion.
could be heard saying "Come on'
iiere and deliver thit
i.unch '' . ^ ..
Mr McFarlane s last -
. bwd M 35 years age. He ami
Mrs Mil "' ln *
1 Una by the s "Fort Amherst
rid when this boat returns to tne
i land they will be travelling baci
I j North
Mr. Wilson. Mr. Henderson
,1 Mr. Smith arrived by T.C.A
re for month
..11 tuests of the Wincl-
r Hotel

Vitited Hi Daughter
MR. Hugo Monies, Industrla
Relations Supervisor o
I hillips Petroleum Co., Venezue ;
iittle.over or,.
l.arbados suying at D> M0
Toyal. He came over to visit hi-
,r-old daughter. Bbuna
v.ho Is a pupil at the Ursulin.
( .nvenl Hc returned on Thursday
idad by B.W.I A gn
v ill be returning to spend th
-. iKi here

Hair style ,-\ir turdiit <-
under a slappv knitted brrn
Wearer of thi* short-rut plir.
.Irifsle-bob is Jinr
Johnn* Belinda. Wvman. h^
rnll. in IntUnd ioiLIdi
SUSe Fright.
o rro'.ii SaroiM
EMPIRE theatJ

DAI JTH sad wnivr-inAY in,
ill! WORl 11. GUI ,TBIt M.(,i,|U
PRO. NORICE De LA ROCRr
IV 1 "1- < IMBMI.N1-, roi'lG sMKRICAN AETleV
VELMA
LIThNSFU CABIRIT rNTETAI\w
Who tt.l! -mi, and Dal-ce Her Way Into Yea- -
PRICE*: Oreh. II.M: BoMes II 00: Hstvse ;5e ,. ^
Ralion. .'.ll. I nr.-erved). '^^I,,,*l.
HOTS ON SAL* Dl'RING THE DAYS OF SBnts,
Sailor Sam u very innoytd sbou:
hn inkle. I'll rub it and work it
about little and it may^gst better.
but 1 can't walk on it yer." be
grunti. "And .swanwhile Roderigo
ill reach his ship and sail away.
Oh. was there ever uch bad luck I
"I re'l you what." says Rupee.
" I'll creep on and keep him
So with Beppo he
cautioutly climb* down the rocky
oath, which gets more and more
difficult, and it is dark when he
reachei the dmivrd quay and *
(hed.m bgureol th,r V board
hi. ihip. l" *lit he,. dS**Jll
know I'm irsilsiig nun. _ta.n-.!
Rupert.
2. ti is prorerbiaiiy Q^y 111
B. AuUxnatcA. i a. Yoo will flnfl one oo nuny <
tree- trunK. 14)
IL llow ytm trtwl on So*os ponv
ji 14. A score at crlcBet. (SI
1 ft. Cereal (3i 1*- Sw.im.-a. n>
| !a A SSt !rUl tell on m iin-wu.l
------- you put. ootblng HI

BbEl\OS AIRES?
Washington?
Istanbul?
Adelaide:
Whatever the Destination i*
YOUR FLIGHT STARTS
( w* may *e
Helpless
To-night's Plans
couple who wanted to re-
on thi

c
rrowded out of Jamaica that the .___. for thr...
husband had to return In
plane aQd -lothcr
They Prefer Barbados
ARRIVING on Thi-i-
io the island who were paying
Barbados (heir second visit. They
arrived in Trinidad by the lira-il
which is at present on a thirty-
eight day erulse from M
to Tnniclaa. Km. hueno* Aires
and return.
ma of the
' find out
tourists had
tainment
over iht' an M <*' Uwm

hath takes
place at the Crane Hotel tn-night.
ill saying what a
M.riaerful moonlight night it
should be
- ^WO gents were chatting on
i. Broad Street yesterday. On*-
; tall angular fellow, the other
as very short. Carib listened in
: |tlon. This was
but this L* what they
said:
Short fellow displaying his
S PC.A tag"Where is your Idg
\n.i the t.ill fellow in .1
-1 w Hajan accent ct^arledMan.
I look to you as II I have any
So besides all of U n-gulur money to give to animals, when
I'likwick fans a mammoth crowd
night, and if you hold I
numbers law l prizes to
Ik- giv.n away.
the piste where 1 work doesn't
. nough money to help
TO-Ml.II I
A GALA NIGHT
AT
CLUB MORGAN
DELICIOUS STEAK DINNERS
The (LIB MORGAN ORCHESTRA and PETER LACY
(or rontinuou<. entertainment
sr Please Dial 4000 for Reservations
Jl. B.ow .hia v I
24. Its tsat man again. St
*. Animal yo\i snTi oiii* .o 1
M. May be of retreading rvice (
1
chatf. <)"
s. Be s hll or boxing? (Si
4. as time go**, lust hallwaf. <>
. Reiawd. 141 _..
s. Mo tiQusemaia wouia use srui
duster as ll does more rtarm
than good. i7t
T- A man who Is a this is not wnat
ha mar seam. (31
10- A Sowar cluster, is.
12. Plr can't become uncontrolled.
i7
1 a itout
12. Not wtiat you would
etas, (4i
IS. We may vxpreM a aense 01 duty
and mean nothing. 161
17 Bellt to get the measure. B 'it none my ----- ctoaa
1. ad. (4>
n uiia :ac-d tne
i '4 Across. 131
.'
Anp: 1*1 8,in*: **
Poion? is. it B.H
It...it: :
BRITISH
WESTINDIANAMWAY&
You can book youe Air Paaoage to any ay.
In the world at No Extra Coat at the booUiM
office of .
BRITISH
WESTINDIANAf/WAYA
LIMITED,
Ll. die
a
rc
Helpful
P
L
A
Z
A
(One Day Only) SUNDAY 5, 8.30 p.m.
WARNER BROS, present
Humphrey Barbara Alexis
BOGART STANWYCK SMITH in
"The TWO MRS. CARROLLS"
. : s 'Dllp VALLEY"
' DUl IM1 K) ttSEUVtllOM /_________________
w.
' time
irirlacl we
Will the!
M
Weu Indies Wins
HW RAHOU) Klli-
. Edg-
HOWF.VER In the Pubhe BuUd
ings Courtyard a line look-
ifT. whose
H doing a roaring
helping his fellow anl-
Tnnidail rlh mals and himself. He had tin
Amei iped onto his shoulders A
tiy'a annual H haW '.|r" ll' leaan, ine
winning of tl .f lags and pass-
Treasurer of w T aleCullo igh i eposlled theit eontribu-
, Hie tin on his anoul-
staying -i\ the Worthing i. Kl . i.rminert to sell
Bo < !* "*
BY THE WAY
Hy Beachcomber
MM ATM' CLUB CI\i:NA (Members Onlyl
~1 \ll.\Y. TI'EMDAV and Till KSII.W SIGHT at .M
BUTCHKKSl
Leslie BROOK. Jimmy HAN1.EY. Dinal. 9
in roa khj vLomr
A Tend, i LfiVI 81 : ,uth the Music- uf ALBERT SAND-
gal I .1,., with HELEN HI
Iximton Symph..ny Orchestra: Soloist HEUDLE SASH
High Blood Pressure
Kills Men & Wmim
Twice as manr wi>rn*i, a* nn '
r from Kin uilou Pfsssara. srs* .
i a mjetiio\. d' ihat atan-
.'out UM time of CBm of Life ai i
i tht) real mum of mucti ba*rt ttmi..
.ill later on of caralvtk' itroMee. "* >
rooa aymptoma of Htih Blood Prea
ara an; Narrouaneaa, i -s.5* -. a>
e aad aeak of Bead a.iJ abo\ >
Lueaeira la head, dltalnaaa. ahoc
bresffl. salia In bean. palpiuMt.i.
poor alaexlees ef mbiot mnd mi*j
'.illr cadtd. fear aad worry. If > \.
'jFTm aay ml ihea* irmpioma, don *
Ula> treatmeat a loi> youe III* aaar ba la danfor. f
(RegUtercd in Trinidad)
Lower Broad Street. Bridget own,
PHONES: 4586 & 2789.
Hubs*
THE R..
WEHACf
By I'rivutr Win
UNSKAB. thr
dafc i
'
HaU-laMLf iTiowmg Is anti-
aixiai, along comes 1'irn.i
iiitroverslal stati
.nc bftng faki
plvasw the Owph of Got,-
who*,
the world's aoki is frown

i '
!


hn bid ti^o.l tho las
London, and IV*rw
inn the time" "In drink-
-Irtllig''" aske-d th<-
. expect rtiem t'i
lUuig all niiihf rtpostexl the

IWfsVl Tunny
M
.,.. ...eel. round Tmi,. Tl
GLOBE
HTARTIMi ItiMU s :ip .ii.l MOMl\Y ..nd WIDNUDA1
TfSJSSLffSi "JrJLS%
:nh igjggsini
ley ha.i
..derstood one
proceedings since J..'^
One of them was battei i
-
lobby, and a gipsy shot him In-
atead of the raven. I*
;.. I almost al I
1 a ginger I,..
' .hu was sawing an egg In
7'Ac Yl/-a<>l.r >'. .i.i./.i/
A.arraslie Igtll
I
,. that Kh. was going out to
tier to Mr Charles Muf-
"Bow i "" -.-
langy told I
ten, Later she said. He i
' """TT..h,,.%
., friend of M
1'' N"n"'
gan-AUIek
urn. pen" I rr
We"Ve friends
_ said to reporters: "1
...ade this ptlgrlmago all MM wgj
- from Crew, a/d I've be.^ waiting
"' ** ' '" i."":.! siS
(mod Aloilf
mm GINGER BEER
lioml (or a Shaiulv
SPEND
q little
RAYON BROCADE
,i, in.
Peach. Blue. Pink.
Union. White
.1 HI CIS.
A begutilul rgnge of de-
lightful roloort-______
and SAVE
A LOTI
by buying these
Special Offer Lines
6ARS0N1AKESA
BUBBLE 6ATHI
W,rf.
N
G^EER WALTER
GWSOtf pidgedd;
FflER LAWORO ELIZABETH TAYLOR
CESAR ROMERO
t miteo cvOiowtx
MAIt* "CTVJil
' l'KUKvl.
BLONDINI
<1N MMMV. MARCH 5th at 8.43
I'llli I | -I \l I !., i ll.i Ll Jtc.. BAL. 18c.. BOXES Mb
Nlslls mii ll -I Mltl Mil
Bi Lo.il Talent Audition
ON SI NDAV iril al It a.sn.
Milk ulrnt are invited.
!
W/AW/.V/.VAV/
Mr. Artisan,
Get the right TOOL for the Job
EVANS & Will I HULKS
DIAL 4606
DIAL 4220
Your selling
AVENI I Ml N B BHOI -
al SH.IW h pair
"11 will PBJ tun I" kuj qiiilil- ulHnysl"
HIGHTONE PRINTS
in BrifM PIWs nd Flowers
34 ins. wide
ii 70 ass.
Just openedaad read*
for you '
All prkgsl .i.lvetliM-d are UW 1. dollars. m
RATCHET BRACKS
CHISELS
HAMMERS
SCaEW DRIVERS
HAND SAWS
PLANES
Sjoaass
SAW FILES
TAPES
TROWELS
II WD DRILLS
PLIERS
BLOW TORCHES
HACK SAWS
Inspect Ihe wide ranee slocked by our Hardware
and Ironniuiicery Department
BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON
FACTORY LIMITED
Holland x FlneMt Beer
Agmls
KOBCKT THOM LTD.
I'ri..ne 222*
Ol.i.>ll'l<
",V,""T ms^s. s;"*-
j.nrl M-irtln. William 'ii- """^
KINGS OF THE GAMBLE


^r
RDAY, M >R( II i. ir....
Revive Livestock Industry
Says Agriculture Boss
Ten Knitting Mills Now In Operation
Mr. H. J P.fie. Prmcipalof the Imperial College of Tropic!
ind Chairman of the Caribbean Research
onferer.ee in Trinidad la.t week
vestock industry throughout a great part of the
BARBADOS .DV<
ftribbMn. a badly in need of reform and dn^,nme,
.inded and consistent breeding police, . k-
orked out and put into effect.
-----------------*A
$2 Million
To Furnish
I.IS. Building
nCii' !"'"*J" l0c"1 "-"tion.
o( climate and veeiatlon mur.
I . developed and loM|,v tmm
i odder*
aTaiaea and legumes
Livestock
must be improved .
".-.ted a-. ..ompon^t
{.in ol .!,. sysicin ,.f farming.
;J,.,L' '"rimn ""' "SS
must be treated a. part OI
""lo8K.il association animal
vefetailon. elimate. You haJJ*
T??,.^ h* revival of the live-
stock indurlry ,n the Caribbean
on re.Hy sound |,n ..
Mr c. F. Clay
Agricultural
LAKE SUCCESS. March 3.
| TV t'nilcd Nations will Invite
Lp^ers ihroughoul the world !o
ZZkt for supplying $2,000,000
^Th al (umiture and equipment
S 39 l'OTrl. *yfraper m Adviser to the United Kingdom
jbahattan. Now 1 ork, H was an- Secretary ol Slate tor the CotatM
WWd '" A.v.."t ,. :n^ expressed the opinion I ,, ',,"(
dan received nun member the most urgent matters requir-
ing revision throughout the British
colonies is the progress that
!onr.ation received Irom member the most
memn-en:.- the United Natii
petals are putting together a list
o( toretgri wno
VPb
new building a with
g from electric light
iulbs U .arpets. Throwing open
ay tadd.ng on a world-wide basis
amended to aerve two purposes:
la search the market for the best
i criticism from
ata-oad that only United States
Inns were being Given the chance
al a share in the head*
MOurtlon fund. Reuter.
Pope Spends
Birthday Quietly
being made In livestock breeding
and animal husbandry research
"I wonder," Mr. Clay said, -how
far in the Caribbean area, with Ita
wide range of climatic and ecologi-
cal conditions it is passible within
an imcmatlonal organisation as
the Caribbean Commission to gat
my fullv co-ordlnotcd research
wont on I proper basis In order
to establish basic facts. This is
essential if we are to proceed to
lock breeding on reallv
C lentitli hasis."
Mr. Clay hoped lhat, following
the conference, it would be possi-
ble through the Commission to
so some permanent organt-
for such a purpose. "I feel
I that that must be one of the
UlTir-AN CITY Mir 2 """"A ,ollow-un >' confer -
VATH AN I m Mar. a. ,.,.,. , lh kind, and I hope that.
ftr* I' "- ' as a result ot this conference,
JWalay to I,,,. wli| b. Mmt organisation
""' which will be charged with lhat
_uid without presents. ||1,
nim:i:
You say CJeorgic Smith was snoiiin.; you hot? to mule 11-hvmix in th
c lool >rird *
i Ksnress serv..#
Yellow ..mi white lings be decked
..ting a Daibadian Dr
lb, Vatican City, but work con- K 1Ivllson Veterinary Officer
tawed as usual.
of good
continued to flov. In from
parts of the world, bail
to the pope foi hb ;:;;;;,; ,^.ndn ,, ,hem
Ptbday. and lor the alennth
hut election aa,
seregn Po
l .ward Islands, as chair-
man of the Conference, the dele-
gates went Into Committee '.o
tuily In detail the very compre-
Two Million
Unemployed
Last Year
In Italy
,. ROME. Marcfi 3
Italy had.2,053.606 unemplove..
at the end of 1MB. according to
"Wires issued by the Italian Labour
Ministry today.
A year previously, ihe ilguie-
*ero : 1161.171. Part of the llgurc
was due to winter seasonal un-
employment, the Ministry said
Average figures for the last throe
months of IM9 were 1 B7B.*0.
compared with 1,947,6 in IMd
NewM.O.F.
Faces First
Problem
LONDON, March 2.
The new Minister of Food. Mr.
Maurice Webb, faced Ml AM
problem to-day when rei
tives of Bfttaun
Stewart's
Murderers
Hanged
9 OTHERS SENTENCED
SINGAPORE. March 3.


no prr.'t

in his privnl"
[regat'on
hold.
ed 300 pariah '
give them his
nul Lenti
Germuns Stage
Anti-dismantling
Demonstrations
BRITISH ZONE, March 2.
More Than 1,000 German work-
Itaglng an anti-disn.antling
": lL -),. ;| thai lemonitraUon tierc to-day tried
turn a car carrying two
British -'ismantling officials.
Many ol tilt workers booed and
shook their lists, when Ihe Britons
I arrived at the former Hermann
I Goering Iron and Steel Works, the
1 iermany news agency
DP A. reported to-nleht.
Reutwr

(Reuter.,
[ France Abandons
Chim On Saur Mines
:
U* ,ic-
I I I
^K this
4 "
PARIS, March 3
,Tbe French Government has
ludont'd its claim to on
Jtbe Saai i mine In one of
>: merit in
this morning.
Saar Government has
Plated the French Government
erifhl to exploit the coal mines.
In afcfaan nch Gov-
tmnent agrees to support any of
t Saar Government's claims to
If pro^-o rights m the mines
Orm.r-.
Tbe mint's will be exploited by
rpo.;iii nown as the Regie
UHD. La Saar. will
P to ihi Saar Government an
"1 percv'iii mi the profits
al to 30 francs (about eight
!) |ht ton of coal mi
"Red Dean" Bother
Feared In Senate
W,\SHINGTON. March 3.
Announciinj that he had been
told that the Dean ol Canterbury,
Hewlett Johnson, was demanding
the right to address Congress.
Senator Tom ConnaUy. Chairman
of the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee, comment.\i < hoi.
we won't be annoyed by the Red
Dean.'
Connally urge.1 ... the
Senate that the State Department
should refuse visas to a delega-
tion from the World Congress ol
Partisans of Peace. He under-
Yugoslavia Rejects ^^j0" wa* accompanying i
I Senate Democrat and Repub-
lican leaders supported his stand
Senator Connally said that the
Peace Delegation advocated the
approval of Russian Foreign policy
and the Cominform.
Senator Kenneth Wherry, Re-
publican Teader in the Senate, said
the Stale Department nan dvtfl
him a list of delegation members.
They included: Pablo Picasso.
Spanish painter, described as a
member of the French Communist
'- 1944": Ivor Montague,
British Film producer and a "Com-
munist Parly Member since 1922;"
Dr. Max Cosyns. leading
manned Immediate nMurtion of I bi and Ma
the nine pence m the pound Mar- '" ordered Sera*
hng surcharge on wholesale meat j Duncan Stewsn .n SiDU leal 1
purchases.
The imposition ol ItM -.mrhaige I yesterday, il wtg aniu-ur
by his pp Mr John i They had admitted
Strachey, fed to a tive-day *no i Sti wart, as he .

raenntti Htn <-o-opera-
tive shops and some multiple tii ms
than offi:i i
All meal it.
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calculalions of '
ports as "indefensible Rraler.
Stepped Into Fuehh"
Shoes: Perhapa
Thi vtut
formed

leadlni Bntasti officials.
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Australia
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i
Australu. reacting u> ;
.ighlcning up sccuril>
t:.legu..i.i
and foreign Inunlsjranti Im Mrl-
kwamr llrralg laid today
The newnpapai aid .:
Ive security will b-
:., loint Brttlih-
Austrniun rockgi rangji
nnunigu
pad through the
ntal of Immi-
grants, thr Herald added.
Miimi BfM a a report
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BELGRADE, March 3.
i a today rejected a
Bulgarian note of February 2".
protesting against .he alleged
nurdei on Bulgarian terrtory of
Lwo Bulgarian soldiers j Yugo-
rlav frontier guards.
The note described the charges
against Yugoslavia a^ slanderous
and completely imaginary
Investigation had proved, i.
aid, that not one of the Yugoslav
(oldiers on duty at the time wb*JB
the incident was supposed to
occur crossed into Bulgarian tor-
ntor>. "i fired I round of shots.
The Bulgarian Government Is "vowed Communist sympathiser" '
creating an -tmosphere Euge Pablo. University of Paris)
of discord against
which is ccntrarv tt
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spli
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SATURDAY MARCH 1. tjja
BARBADOS fi AlMXtfTE
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M Co- -.. tHW* St BtldBU>wi
Anna And The *DangeroiiV
Amliassiiilor
Bark From The Dead Into Life
Saturday. Munch 4. IHSfl
Qurni's I'ark
THE improvement now being carried out
at Queen's Park by way ot refurbishing
and renovation show that there are times
when the obstinacy of Governments and
parochial bodies must yield to the pressure
of healii.> pujilic opl
For some months before the flooding last
August, several incidents occurred to direct
attention to the state of Queen's Park.
Broki bedgaa and scats, uneven gravel
i pcU
ridraen >i m
.
. m. h ihonld haw been oba
I'res. The to d
m the wall and rt
,ind leave pi-' ln "
Park. Borne * ratawed bill ion*
public compl
., ,,ms! tii; i.n tghUlnaas, out of the at
lha Rood came some good, and now the
mnc-
thmg about it.
city and it is in keeping with tl,.
that the Parks, I" '!' the City ibould be tap! >" pwp*
They easily degenerate from places of
beauty and rest fa tirad eyes and leet to
reproaches. Fortunately Queen's Park has
not been allowed to reach that stage.
There is no reason why it should not
return I" It* former standard of beauty
with Sowarlno, trees, and well-kept lawns
and Baatlj trimmed hedge-
children could play "beside th(
beneath the trees" and where the
worker could regale his senses after a hard
day's toil. f
The same alert public opinion which has
brought about th ranovatton
must keep us vu'il SO that there be no
return to the "' Queen's
Park
Animal Happiness
THE Flag Day collection ol the BoeMt)
for the Piavt Cruelty to Animals
i day was a reminder to the general
public of the work done without any
fanfare of trumpets and away from the
glare of publicity. It is Hue that tbi
day of the draught animal In Barbados has
passed The Dota
in many avanUI i I i" .. BUI '<' > i,u"
the need for eaie tO prevent the a
which are inv|>oscd on these animal ,
through carelaan *
The fundi ol th. Boost) have been used
i xpenses Incurred Ul mam
taint
untjejr in pursuit of their duUi Thetj
I i..i the destruction of injured
ply inhumation to thus.'
who need it on the proper met!
eismg care ol animals.
The work ol in.
.,. | . ubtcrip
lion and
under which the)
tea un-
whare
watered.
, inducing l
minimum It Itot the
ipport the funds ot the
"!>'
It should : ' '""'
I and cultural
supp .dioiv.butili
. i lure lot
oot able to I

tribal
,000* to the Banks a handing than to
the Inspaetors
By l. L. Jarol
A STORY ol incredible hardihiu among the wild I
tribes ot Malaya came lo an end when coasting
re at Port Darwin. Northern Aus- ,
tralla, a man who is little more than a living skele-
ton.
Geoffrey Paw*on, 32-year-old air-
,,! on a mali!
embellished his;,. slsi MtTSlle. Shc'fromM - "y'<'* "' 'If.Mren'
lipse of A^n. report to make it more interest- , lh,t MoJCOW ha,| ,... . ., a w,te and two >.u,.g child,, r.
-afir^r afflSEk-jsat ^^= *bs as*
of Sydney, in an ex-L.S. An
Sr f Inn llrlmrr
DINNER-TABLE gossip, the
sinister. Intangible torco It*
that has brought disaster to ___ ~,ihle th.
many an ambitious woman be- anless. as Is quite PO"'D'e. >"
for.'he?, isTow believed to have Sovet agent embellished hi. ,m,
The- View
ANNA spoke with loathing ..I
Tito and contempt tor Uv
usPfai
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Sir Charles Peake. as the dele- ..' Wl, nsdi- fa, Hla, -wt would
rr^dt^^ae tt.-x&TSi'Zsss ^'ss^ztz?^- *
5S 3 r^ru/reacuon^; "Sn. not and sultry a,ternoon ^^S^ ST
os the speeches were droning on tuprCTRC ecSl.Jly of ielf-bu
ry long ago and on. Sir Charles observed that u n ^^^ lhe parly and con-
Kremlins his neighbour was bored. Greatly fcssion of error She avowe*.
She be- daring, he scribbled a note on ms hff ccrtainty that Tito's regim
4 Ol O VVlUfc STORED
21
Capitalist West.
Poor Anna. Not so
she was one of the
mott trusted agents.
longed to the Soviet trained elite.
It was through her that direc-
tives were passed to the Com-
munist rulers of Rumania.
Malenkov himself used to lis-
ten with respect tc her views.
Today all that Is over, at least
time being. "
pad and pushed it across to her.
would not
months.
oattaal mother l*
For Anna is
As well she might For at that
very moment she and the Rus-
sians were preparing the great
coup that Tito then foiled
iri ncral Arso Yovanovich was to
"1 wonder whether there will
ever be an opportunity of seeing
and talking to you alone." Sir
Charles had written.
Mm. Pauker picked up the
n ad u. folded it neatly and
a cloud asrdark""and **** ft. **WM** r!licuJS: fiec"to"Wcb^^.*set'up"an anti-l have kU
sombre herself. Whether she Ag ** '^"8 Sir T].o Cwrernirmt thm, and y. nt thing
K. back to her former- Cnarks or giving the least sign jnvade Yli|Ioslavia
ce depends on.whether she of^ny --t.on^^ ^ ^;^*^%
daya. The co.itY.cm,. -nton hl un(, shot
At sitting after sitting Mnuv M ^ Mme pauiLn waa in.
Pauker took her seat by the side diKnet in one or two ^^
Ol Sir Charles. But not a .sign BuJ ccrtainlV( m t^ account of
did she give. ,h, intervl(;w as I heard
And then one morning Sir u/oe no( ^ of irtASOn ol
g-j JigtilHI . *>J ^. .m^^, Vjgf --------------
m. and after that nothing more was heard
The Dakota was presumed lost.
nappened lo lhe Iwo Australians is fold li.
CmlHat Pswson's own werds related in kwplul.
i into terrible conditions, he said, almost aa
oon as we left, and I climbed to get over the
rough stuff. e "
My port engine packed up. It went solid, soon
I began to lose power on the OOP
we came down.
We hit the sea with i colossal smac
Id again. I think the impact must
can clear herselt ol the suspicion
of having entertained unauthor-
" '.......
tl I he West.
Siniftler I
"S^erwrr^x,S'
Rumnnlan Embassy.
Ambassador Sir Charlea Peake
during the Danube Conference
.11 Bound*and the significant
:, paten Sir Charles was able to
>enri the Foreign Office on the
ol it.
Now the story of the meeting
and the despatch came to the
cars of a Soviet agentas indeed
it has also come to mine. He
promptly relayed it to Moscow.
There, apparently, it has been
given a sinister interpretation.
For my part, I entirely accept
the assurance
The Sequel
The II..I.-
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The lirst thing I remember IJ
b the sun setting and realising I had
my light leg. )ust .in. the an..le.
turned in at 90 degrees.
. belt around my ankles and this
.rdighter and less liable to get hull.
I hun; on to lhe Boat all night, fr.irlne H t I
-ep. The waler was warm and 1 tell dim-
When lhe un rante up I began lo rerl lhi:-l>.
I saw nothing at all that day exec .t water, in
one chocolate I had in in..
night 1 must have dod '>" ^"""'Vl!;'-'
ith a surt as it was getting ligh .
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WHEN Sir Charles arrived he Yovanovich coup was to h.i%.
was ushered Into a taste- taken placeAnna Pauker In ,orn ,, raw and
tolls furnished.room.. Under a L",S'SJ2. 'Ul Earned by the salt, but I co,U. drag mys.lt
long In -i sitting position. ___ i
Shoving myself stern-llrst into the hush. I found
Anna
Pauker herself walked into th? "n(1 tom-orrow and tomorrow and
room She was electric with ull lhc ,omorrows after that
tality and charm. She talked what a ii[e'"
window overlooking the Danube Phillips Oppenhelm manner
stood a table with a vast bowl My friend,'' she said, "'1 feel
of caviare and covers for two. for you Belgrade today. Bel-
A tew moments later Anna gr8de tomorrow, and tomorrow
Then I managed to break two taactlM of woo.l.
lo make spllnls for my leg. I found coconuts.
I knew I must stilk be in Malaya or on
I was nine days,... that whi.e w.
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heaH ^Ed the Khone ->" '^<"" "m Inhibitions "eVfore he could rally to DP Th.,e we.e shellHsh and.Dfdsljnd BT, ha,^ds got
,7,S, t weekend that the. "!* "n""ljl ln Ir'm Curtato defence ot Belgrade she had cut to pieces moving myself round, so I took i
'JtWniTn the least secret P-'iUcans. ..Jrned and gone. .
sinister" about his meeting .., .. ..,_ .^,. .h .M There are two more inciden
And as she spoke she would
this
ith Mme. Pauker. punctuate her remarks with a "> fragrnent
-I called on her". Sir Charles ,,ervous gesture she had probably nMnry- n Jhe last day of th.
said to me. "lust as 1 called on ^ up during her long years "".'" f" f""' S2L
the other delegates to the con- m . and made a ner.e ^">d bittei
t. r.n.e But 1 can also appre- AP5 though to shield her eyes atUck on Sir Charles as the
date that to Moscow, witch- ,,, ,hl, blinding lighu of the delegate of Great Britain.
hunUng for traitors and devla- ,.,, mquliiior she would sud- Sll
tionists. things may have seemed den, lhrow UJ, her right forearm ** '"" "J" 'ht .,n,l ,i
, I Particularly as they m ,ronl , her ,occ while her ^dme do vou^ think vo.
Dae. invested Sir Charles with ,,,, rombed back her shock of Madame, d
,ur of a new Lawrence lrvn ,rcv nalr. "Ogh,' she almost hissed
She spoke with hatred, disgust, she turned her back on him. "<
of diplomatic1 glad to be alive.
ankle was hurting but not too had. I WS> J
Madame, do you think you
were unnecessarily cruel to me? '
for the part he has played in
wrecking their Balkan plans by
encouraging Marshal Tito's re- and impatience of almost every- not speak to me.
. thing around her. She had Perhaps she already had 0
....thing but contempt for Vi' presentiment of the dangers lo
The Kale Rumanians whom she had failed which her harmless talk with
I I tilt m the facts as 1 hav to lash Into full exploitation of British diplomat were to expose
H heard them, and as Moscow their country's immense re- her.
presumably has heard them sources._________________________________________________^_;
The Great LowerAs A
Woman See* Him
H* (aeorite Muleolm Tliom%oii
VE bald
ti
AOI CANNOT WITHER By Ber-
Ula Harding llarrap. Us M.
(56 patea.
tile nio Not the
.no back > the poat-
is not (ur KM. ',*-'
said. "H
greatest poet. I am is..
pMt."
lume was not i-uovigh
. i,- j'Annuniki tw mme
also, in hiN (nra b9Wi . Man of

Ln rk. l-"K.k. MH-ered th.- villa-
tW is practising :
ttatiif
me lal was The
i.,,'..t 1. iuple. the
i.aii u( riflHM Dusi, Italy's
gNattMl UlANtttVUati It i* aup-
il d'Annunlio treated
her abominably. 11 was a tlocy
i uth parties
more tragic.
lilt- Kntflishniaii did not stop
here," the spectators cruelly
pOtaWd OUt "Slgnur Byiun WRth
id Ltaa PtftUa San Marco."
eont villa on Lake {
queatratod property of a Ger-
T.ian piofeasor under the seal ol
lhc Italian Government.
D'Aiiiuin/iii entered occupied
and would not be driven out. lit1
refused even to hand over the
: ty of the pro-
"Thi.^.,' retorted d'Annunno.
"ceases to be a CfltWL*fnoratt*<
towards a literary pre-
decessor. It has deteriorated lot* fessor's Danish widow
"How long do you mean
The mishap could not discour- ln mv house"' she asked.
age a man eaoabla of writing on utj, |,< jjj me to solve great
UM ualie>-pnxjf of li new book, prohl'" l;td "1 CaUUlOl
hei'n thinking that 1 might
If" sdrpnss this stupendous prose ir
->et. parhasa, ||rr,ii ||e Luxe
and
futuia booksyet. pathapa,
this is an Illusion "
Though the philosophy of the -^ ((
.ii naturally app< iled *& \
him he WU perturN''! Duse
llection that m L"'ie-
|0 OUt of thatr minds. Had
siu- ""' Nlatacha binuatt ipaM naaj
ia In an snatttutlonl
D'Annunzio begged Dll
i re too many tears are promise that if he went mad she
.lied for HuiC. veinember that would BOt allow him to
hh had many lovers before up in an asylum. Then (nail
there was a P,M1 irrad "But bow
. mant ' business In
their aaaoi ba as dra- i>use had no answer
ind she as actress. At the end of ttH 19U WOT, I btotory. Drama as well
i, a magnifi- as comedy.

After all, aha
ikeside pa.au.
i an
contemplating an
can tour t" retrlava bat fortunes
loal the ear
r of bar pa
strolling ;
Ha raoatvad bar "*f|| prica-
less art treasures. "You have
a Franciscan barmH "
0l I>use and
d'Annunalo may add nothing to
tUt a great
i climb from her blrth-
iM a railway compartment
, ..i buna vwtiu.ut having
I intelligence
In The Nuim
AND It was hard not to laugh
at d'Annunxio. Byron had
swum from the I.mIo into the
heart of Venice. It was a feat
th.ni must be surpassed by an
Italian pt-i With Press pho-
d'An-
-et OUt Kifleen | |1
later he gave up
Todu\*s iivm
Promise yourself to
give so much lime lo the
that you have no time lo

Christian D. Lar$on.
The standard by which all
are finally judged is not
Wealth, education or fame.
II WOk/IUT.
For Instance, the story
I night in Paris.
'i er in La Dame
a u x Cammelllas Bemhardt's
great roll And there sat Bern-
hardt In a stage box. to applau i
steal and kin the show.
BERTIT.A HARDING, of Aus-
Iro-Huuaariii'! ortoin
Mexico ox a baby when -
was Commiaejoaad by Francis
/Ofinh nt search for the crou'n
ial belonged '< \ftui-
iniliari. the /fupshuru Emperor ot
Mexico o'td his wife Carloiia. now
RWrried (O (' S. Army Air Force
Lieut -Colmicl Jack Ilarduio
On the tenth day I climbed a palm BjaWKt
mv legs strapped close together it was not easy l
saw about two miles away I clearm* in the bush
With native huts. -
i been observing the set of the current--.
along the coast, and the tides. 1 crawled out it
r| and went along with the ude. paddling
with "i trailing my legs.
Just as darkness fell the Uda swept
the beach by the settlement. 1 tried *
but no one heard me.
I saw Luthtl twinkling among the huts, but int. i
gOt fu.tm '' "" n*ly \
back where I was ten days ago.
In the early hours the tide turned. It was toe I
dark to see. but I could tell by the smell thai
Lfhlug back towards land. .,.... J
In the morning I saw the settlement and ilshim,
canoes putting out. i
They took me aboard, and 1 saw at euce tha.
Lbei wan fchlinr. and not wild men from Uie
t?ie fellow, who had only one eye. eould
u few words of pidgin. U.M(1
K told m< "' ">-' on lhe mainland in Malaya.
There were bad men about.
I said 1 didn't want anyone to know they han
found me. I didn't want my throat cut yet.
I think he understood that white BMB
righting the bandits. I
Ihev got interested |D me in the village an old
man plastered my broken leg In herbs and mud.
The community kept me In a hut built up onj
piles with a kind of verandah and U
. the fat of the land. The women 1
wed Ln the hut. They set my fooo |
l.i bring it to me.
i
-.onary. Some of the
m u Ulted to hand me over to the wik
Id man talked them out of It.
,, put me oti a Utter, and before
happening > partj ol them
B the teach,
nough one or two settlenn i
put in a hut in a liny claaring by
a big cave In tha hill-.
The raaaan for thi-i I found that the aurrnllaa
,l ual Uio old man ihouxht UM laancar
men migbt have turned me In.
In a couple of months I could DU
but I kept the ipllnta crutch I
oulu hotble round.
ung in the jungle an I
some of our own boys might come.
Lines, when I heard a burst
1

.topped, the old mui
'he jungle.
It took us fourteen days to make
M through.
ii through douotfnl
nod inc up.
1
: was cut up vi.

I had nothing to give him. Not even a cigarette.
Hack Base. I had a job makin
! i had no papers and
I hr surgeon*- said the old man had made a iooi"
i,h <>t 111 > lag Ihaj didn't touch it.
I think the
the way it healed.
When the Becurit) boys took me up on such of
ih, villages as 1 could re-
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DA COSTA & CO., LTD.
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
Vo The Editor. The Adam
Silt
IU) that win. h bah
.
practised at any UnM n>e Padoo-
kan '.
cash to balaiu <
He says in puitm. :





loo lor that i
and foutd that the

taxes are
least we hope soa
him all the help I eould in Foot-
lU) he has
tit tahe my
i uallenge Mr Coppm to
tl (1 quote) -only last
year Mr. Shannon was making
Volts hrm his own
Association "
1 think i.n public will mm
that in* i object in
aa a ajenaral
I in the game so the.'

A because one >ear the
I\irk ground was so bad 1 con-
ed it unsulUble for play and
informed the council that II
would
sirulton 1 would carry on, but *
h the reason at
u>n
md to
A
} un-

I
II In my position relative to
playing in the Park li-
have resigned also II the BAK \
had not agreed to p 1 ..
fton
In m> lellei 1 wrote about
Surely Mr Coppta can tell
iMt date his rules call for
the Annual General meeting to be
held, and ul ; ,-d my
jbout item I
of the Council maatini
JOHN
' Te- :
Hasting-
\<> Spruk
To The Editor. The Aduocete.
SIK. Wh.i.u; '.he links that
forged by speaking on"
tongue there are sentences wntt ,\
in English which can have lutle
meaning outside the locale in
which they have originate*'.
Can you- readers help me to un-
derstand the following
an Australian newsletter'
getting a "didjeridoo" eight feet
it has been sent by Mrs. F.
responds with the Professor, as a
iaa present.
I "jomer atig
lasl February for his birthday."
MaeKenzle said, "and I
thought that this unusual
tent may be some dl
: r his wonderful intelleit '
lie plajn UM violin, but he'I
hard to get much metod\
out ol ti.e dhUaaidofi
Man of the Kopa
where this oi i m gat
just a "boom-hn-ho" frot..
didjeridoos.
"But. during the corroboree
dance the .iboiigines gM
its niuaic.
"They stamp when u goes
"boom" and slap their thighs on
the "ho
ANCLE
/ V Radio
To The Editor. The Adeocat*.
SIR. Especially I
in the Caribbean, the 1'nitod Na-
tions Radio has bagui
ullelin being
broadcast Mondays to Fridays in-
It is hear.:
Standard
short wave bands
WRCA and WRNN
1
ment: phere ol ths
I'nited Nations is part of the
I'nited Nations regulai
SWAS to Latin America, in Spanish
French and Portugue I
DaWS Imlletin in Fn-iu I
Bl T.uu p.m. EST.. in
precedes the bulletin in English
I'pwarib of twenty-ta
i the I'N l

N Radio's
irlayed either from Iran
ongs in a great man)
iectcd that several medium wave
stations and distributitr
in the Caribbean Will relay the

and make use
to keep ordln
V

also heard the UN broa
the proceedings of the General
Assembly and B.
that are on the air whan
important bodies are in session.
luanctts used
21.610 and 15.130 kilo,;,
mornings, and 6.615. 11.770 and
IS.ISO in the afternoons. The run-
ning commentary
the mat-
.
Broadcasts by United Nations
Radio are followed not onl\ by
thousands 11. roughout
the world, who tune lo
arvad by local relays
ore also monitored care-
many press tl
:ital agencies
able to get speedy oA
an news received throuk
COLONIAL 51
OF>
A REAL
DELIGHT FOR
THE FAMILY
THIS WEEK-END
Cocktail Sherkim
Cocktail Sauaase
C'ockUII IV.i mils
Clm ( khan roiaioe*
Hot. Chutney Sit'ce
B..1. ' ralillr
lii. i Icr. Itculs
MEAT DEPT.
ill I KOA-.I- ,s sll.\K->
I Mills V VI.\L
I in i. Il.ll'l. 1 o\ K1VI.I i.S
LETTERS which are signed wilh a nom-dc pJun.e. but un
accompanied by lhe cusfomary bona fides, will be ignored.
Many such reach the Editor's desk each week, and readers
ars again reminded ot the necessity lor the writer's name
to be known to the Editor, not tor publication, but as an
assurance ot good faith.


T"
c.TtRPj" M XM ' 19'"
10 knitting
01s Sow In
Operation
I*. mjcklnf at the West
J2|, 2 e.pectod that the
'.J, n.achine. vv ill soon bo
"tflju of ciolh which were
rVrtia Ibe week n oe
fji the Ml.
tail ,M 'Qu'Pmrnl '" ""
Traata nil Men creeled and
r^ftui that in about one
l~Zvt *l" he c'nK ahead
.ftiS ON ",I: ul'ding at the
r^ of Swan and Lucas
owned by the
L Hardware Co., Lid., is
rlhMd nry last
juncture is two complete
lathe air and steel beams.
[trUl support the floor to
1 slore.v. are now being
^tefcidos Hardware Co..
Tudor And Mottley
Explain Position'
In Flood And Back-Pay Questions
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGE FIVE
the Legislature and
"Ply to the
20 More Girls CaptGraham's
For English Will Admitted
Hospitals To Probate
.- for the City m
a member ol the St. Michael's Vestrv IeavUl Barbados
re.rosp,,vepay7or?nd%^leteXr 'T "' m ^'Jt.
The meeting wihilH . .k ',n,erchnge of scavinyers
au^cc o,,he8C.*1badUW rJe, h* ****.
.Uhe"charr"h J W' H"'
of St' Mi h' TUd0r' Churchwarden
of St Michael, took the puportuni-
with" ?^ "" V'^^""on
Also present were members of
Worker?",1;1 "' ,he c'hfn
Workers Union and Rev. Vincent
Mr Mottley Ho mentioned re-
trospective pay whuh had been
liven that some yea, and remind-
ed the gathering thai V
J had introduced the BUI for
retrospective pay in the House
Always Stipulated
-m Mr Griffith said that he would
GrimUl -y "> as they had stipulated
hA* f "' """"= "* moved ," Kf*101" occasions, that the
L Llvm''-one Burrowes l riobean Workers' Union did no.
The Klood Uuestion :o. **'" members of the other
Mr. Tudor , explaimn, hi. IS"1" ,h,"r ,Dld Th< "
posillon and that of theTcfS? ,TP''.J" ,he lsland "'d
on I he flood relief nuesUon taw l "* olher union claimed
r FBOPLE Including
Han, awnaitcrs and book-
Ao usually Invade ihc
supported the
TM Dsy yesterday.
inch was pinned
j! MOtributore was in the
Erf a blue cross on a white
td with Uw letter*
I inscribed.
t people were icon with-
When asked by an
Reporter" why tltfa
fcftey promptly implied that
d not find a collector but
willingly contributed-
many people were'stiit ^iffM-w.? Ilhc *coP,e and a Quick move was
been the authority to give the
"i on the Flood Relief
qucsi,,,,. The Vestry, he said.
coul.l only make reconiineiicla-
Uons. If ,hc vestrv s ,mmcn-
daltons were not accepted, what
could they do? They had tried
their best to ease the terrible
losses of the people.
He said that the
ear of Mr. Leacock
(Jnr.) who had promised to give
a hand in helping seamen to get
work. If their object was to fill
the breach where someone else
had foiled, wore ihcv wrong?
Mr. LaacOCk hod been helping
although some Barbadian seamen
jhad misconducted themselves
aims of w IS'"'"1 ln "" D,l,eh etnpl.
families tad bS nEStStl to SSr'^S", *** '"""
TWENTY more young wjmrn
chosen to go to England
a domestics in English
iUls. This r.roup will be
on 21s: March,
_ 'Gasccgne'. and
i ..t Plymouth on April
3rd. When this contingent leaves.
the Pilot Scheme which was foi
38 girls will be completed.
Tnc 18 girl* who left last you
and are already in England are
very nappy iulu arc raw mm anm
WtU. 1M U.K. .unnoniies are
satisfied with the selection ana
with trie work of the inaividuaj
girls. They are .standing the
winter well. There has been only
one case of sickness wmen ae-
veloped after the girl had left
The girls themselves write very
happny with many expressions Oil
gratitude to Barbados for giving;
tbem this opportunity.
I THE will of the late George
Washington Graham, captain ut
| the ill-tatad schooner. (ilona
| May was among the eight tm
were admitted to Probate by H
Honour Mr. G. L. Taylor. Acting
Chief Judge in the Cowl
Ordinary yesTcrday.
Evidence was given by Mrs.
Graham, by the executor of tne
will, and by two survivors of the
"Gloria May". The
testified that they saw the schooner
staft with the captain on bdux
and said (Bat to their best knowl-
edge he was drowned.
The other wills admitted were
those of, Georglanna Matilda
G^ewidge. Maybel Carlotta Gill.
Francis Loremo R. Armstrong,
Miriam Estellc Moselcy, Ellen
Augusta Seymour utd Hbtl Mav-
nard (St. Michael).
His Honour granted four peti-
tions for Letters of Administra-
Tne girls who will leave on thejtion as follows
wi"l ar ,he ,oUow,n: PetiUon of Mildred Agnes Jervis
yy ?udene., Als. St. George, of Tweedside Road, St Michael.
His Excellency as sufferer, o? the i ,nc.r. word }omun\un
August 31. 1949 n^ST^^-.^^^^!^1^^^^^
lief Committee appointed by "he dlsno"es' '" P"< 'rft-ard an effort
Vestry hid '^"mftS^TtK l&ST" ^ < ' -
SSerCmWahrk H5S ^H^c^or I S nS^S- f* ^
relief "" ,ur .ailed the mi'eting to mtJ
He was m fuU agreement with iSrgg^'of'll? pSg2. %
the postulate that when the mass- * ?*! ?"l!,'
esfelt there was something 1o^ ^^".^^ f, b5m
had for nothing, they woSld gj! tynt ta- JW2g ""
ways be in the forefront to get Diwalisfaclion
As was well known to all,
ark were not eligible for
LOIS of $40 was reported
Miriam Nurse of Bourne's
rGoodlaiKl. She stated
oney was removed from
. draw at her residence
110 a.m. and 12.30 p.m. ,. -
It il the property J.T?nw!hla for nothing. Nev-
ertheless there were many people
in the Delamere area whose hous-
es and furniture had been dam-
aged and the numbers finally
agreed to by the Government au-
thorities were to a high degn
disproportionate with their in-
vest igutions.
It had been decided that no
damage which had been done by
way of roof, window or the like
should be repaired.
He had received a letter from
the Government authorities stat-
ing that a resolution had been
passed which made availnbl
815.000 for the purpose of meet-
ing the cost of repairs. It had
bid that the amount was
not intended to cover all thi
claims as Government had not
then finally decided what was
the best steps to be taken.
Returned the Money
All the claims had been sent
to the Colonial Secretary and he
received $449.60 and a few names
mentioned whose claims were
recommended to be satisfied. H
sent back the money as it was
insufficient and as some of thi
people mentioned lived above th>
high water mark and there was
a suggestion of impartiality.
It had been held that people of
the Delamere area could not hove
had many valuables in their
nOfMt, but he knew of a woman
who had lived in that area and
had lost some $5,000 to $6,000 in
value. That woman had been
housed at the Pine but had re-
ceived no other relief.
In the whole matter Govern-
ment had been responsible fa
the dolay and inadequate help
They ;is Vestrymen had not had
the authority to make money
grants requisite if the people
were to receive some satisfactory
measure of relief.
Charees Refuted
In hi attempt to refute some
is made with regards to
Mr Mottley'* stand in the Vestry
ad particularly his decisions
when improved wages for cm-
Institution were
being discussed, Rev. Vincent
Orifflth quoted lbs Mnwitts ol
various St Michael Vestry mott-
Ingj
that on January o
:941. Mr. Mottley had been m-
-'riimet tal in the bringing about
"f a settlement alter I strike |p
riging Department .V
jo per cant increase on
their wages was given.
It tUtd been on October 8. I94?
'hat Mr Mottley had moved in
hould give
their employees War Bonus on
the same basis as Government
lava thens a Conn li
batfi appoantad to go into the
id Mr. Mottlev's motion
had been defeated. Could they
Sty he had not tried?
r, it was in 1943 tha'
>f salaries
was agreed to, a 2a pat Benl
in raaaa
On August 9. 1943 Ml
moved thai vacation
full pay l>e granted to tin***
employees of the ileu.irtrnent Of
Bl lassrt one year's standing who
had not obtained any leave at the
time That was agreed to at the
next meeting of the Vestry
I Allan N
[ FHII.I.IPS of Wes-
i, James, reported that
it the same address was
, and entered between
r 25 and Thursday and
; and other artidl
[ of $6.80 are missing.
T 8.45 on Wednesday
I broke Its left fore lei;
r with a guard wall
r of Ptssaga Road and
bbe shot an hour later by
IBOoerstood thai the horse
giving a cart manned by
iHeadloy of Goodland along
sty Road. It becinie un-
hfekand ran wild and later
wall.
L r. Mitt performed a
gt swrtem examination on
Mr of Archibald Apple-
pi Thursday and attributed
k> natural causes,
akaite died luddenly at
sdenie. Superlative. St
Lit about 2.30 a.m on the
SQ
I mi. PAST three weeks
1 i no ringing of
ISasno Moravian Church.
is that work-
been busy removing
and replacing it with
which has been pur-
a climax to mark the
*We of the Sharon
This new bell will be
tomorrow at a Special
JM 4 p.m.
p U the latest of English
nd thnut'li of
|sw be run easily bv a
oM si it rolls on ball
Mats.
i Murders
Qn Assizes
Calendar
B"'or trial I ihp March
: Grand
|en openi at lhc Town
l"!'m Not..... rhM, ..
" Hmy and
lour lhc
Juilice, Mr. G. L.
Proidr In I
ainB ( tht Wesi
of Apiieal.
.JJJhWr. 1; causing
iiilenl.
inlonl s

I.,,,, |
braklD| mi i
' ^i Uwcllinfi
WBlilllg iincl
locumanL :'.
L lor robb.
Court.
U \ ,\ T II
ftlPTY
SACROOL
BOTTLES
HIM
PHIt'Eft PAID
k\h;ht* ltd.
PHOENIX PHARMACY
.... lie
had to be away for
early last year. When he ..one
back, he found that dissatisfaction
had been going on in respect to
back pay for the scaveiy
Cemetery workers, both of which
Boards he happened -o be chair-
man.
The Other side had made out
that he was responsible for the
men not getting l>ack pay and the
transfer of men from one depart-
aothaz They also said
that he was responsible !
thing that was wrong and bad.
They had heard the previous
spaaJon Rev. Griffith outline tha
work he (Mr. Mottley) had done
on behalf ol dhv
parochial employees during his
ten years as a member of thu
Vestry, and he had \ine it because
he felt it was his duty to help
those who could not help them-
selves.
Although ihey were a few
scavengers who seemed to go
along with the ut i t side, he was
prepared to forgn(.> them because
in public life, he realised that
one's Job was a most unthankful
one, but was sure ihat the thinking
people in the community appre-
ciated the good he had done.
His Greatest Sin ?
His greatest sin according to
i side was that he was
associated with the Conservatives
but it could not be argued with
any bonasty that his association
with them had prevented him
from doing his best to improve
the lot of the unfortunate.
After explaining the ti
lading cer-
,".udence, Mr Mottlcy
pointed out that it was only a
ckat by tin- a
to see if they could weaken his
popularity with the pa
:ause he had consented to be-
ome President of another union
He said that he did not want
lay member of the Barbados
Workers' Union to come and jo:r>
kid HOI D Why there
was so much fear by the olher
side m having another union in
Barbados
Nearly everyone with whom he
0, had agreed that then-
.vas room here for two unioni
.nd he assured those present that
amount of abuse by the othei
side against him. would cause him
10 change his policy.
It was unfortunate that aftei
the Conciliation Board Masting
a which he ana app....
upresent two boards and had
agreed on the moral justiiication
Barbados Workers' Union stioulu
have come to Queen's Park, held
meeting and abused the same
.vith whom
then dealing in respect to then
employees. He felt that tin-, wars
using the scavengers as a means
to an end.
Strength Inerttt
Altai replying U
..'< ilnsi him,
Mr. Mottley ssslUfl
was going frot
tisaagth.
He said that ht
in seeing what Ml
union could do to solve the great
Dorothy Judith Bailey, St. Michael;
^yivia Breedy, Christ Church;
tvelyn Ednis Challenor. St. Lucy;
Auarey Urene Cumoerbatch. St,
Michael; Roselery Gittens, St
Michael; Myrtle Gollop. SI. Mich-
Ml; Cleone Caroline Haynes,
M. John; Margaret Hoad. St.
Michael; Dorothy Gloria Holdlp.
al; Ph v 111 s Patricia
M James; Ruby King,
sal; Sybil King, St.
Peter; llargniat nasjliis Leant]
iaxw,
Mi.hael Heanor Emmellne Moore.
Si Michael; Vera Gwendolyn
Phillips. St. Michael; Daphne
lanthe Hocheford. St. Michael;
Harjorie Sargeant. St. Michael;
Adgla Shaw, St. Michael.
DalmauAtThe
Marine
An open hotel ballroom with
sharp lights and hard I
withm hearing distance of an
generator is not the best
atmosphere for a musical concert.
The applause which Senor
Dalmau drew from more than
200 hands last evening at the
Marine must therefore be recorded
as a great achievement in the life
of a man whom Father Hopkins
described as an "excellent
musician."
Ably accompanied on the
piano by his wife, Senor Dalmi'j
won the affection of his audience
by the raatoatlng. of his
position a Lullaby" dedi-
cated to his mother and to the
mothers of the world.
^ Hi. technique in the "Ritual
Fire Dance", his gaiety m tie
"Zapateado". his excellent imita-
bpinster, to estate ol Lewis Ootnei
Gordon Moore, late of Station Hill,
St. Michael. Retired Lance-
sergeant of Police Band, deceased,
as Guardian of the four children
of the said deceased.
Mr. w. w. Recce, K.c. instruct-
ed by Haynes and Griffith,
Solicitors, for the petitioner
Petition of Miriam Best of
Grossrteld Gap in Martlndales
Road, Widow, to estate of her
husband Charles Gladstone Best I
late Police Constable, deceased
Mr. C Henderson Clarke. K.C.
instructed by Haynes and Griffith.
Solicitors for the petitions
Petition of Agnes Louise Lewis
of Eagle Hail. St. Michael. Widow,
to estate of her husband Conrad
Augustus Lewis, deceased.
Mr. C. H. Clarke, K.C. for peti-
tioner.
Petition of Dorecn Muriel
Alleyne of Government Hill. St
Michael, Married Woman, to estate
of her mother Dorothv Aletha
Skeete. late of Parade Road. Bush
Hall. St Michael, widow, deceased.
Mr. W. R. Douglas Instructed by
Haynes and Griffith. Solicitors for
the petitioner.
Court For Divorce
And Matrimonial
Causes
IN the court for Divorce and
Matrimonial Causes vesterday His
Honour tlie Acting Chief JudLe
Mr. G. L. Taylor, granted decree
absolute in the suit of E. P
Coxier (Petitioner) and McD
Cozier (Respondent). Decree nisi
was pronounced on January 6
Mr. W. W. Recce. K.C, appear-
ed for the Petitioner instructs
by Messrs. Cottle, Catford ft Co.
Decree absolute was also grant-
ed in the suit of W. M. Dennv
(Petitioner) and U. C. Dennv
(Respondent). In this suit decree
nisi was also pronounced on I
January 6.
Representing the Petitioner was
Mr. E. K Walcott, K.C, instruct-
ed by Messrs Cottle. Catford & Co
His Honour granted decree nisi
in the suit of M. A. Bradshaw
(PetiUoner) and W. W. Bradshaw
(Respondent). PetiUoner is to
have custody of the children born
the marriage. Costs were
allowed in the lower scale. Mr.
Recce appeared for the petitioner
instructed by Messrs Cottle, Cat-
ford k Co,
Decree nisi was also granted Id
the suit of C. M. Hassell (Peti-
Uoner) and J. G. Haaaeli (Re-
spondent), and custody of the
child was granted to the peti-
tioner. Costs were allowed in the
lower scale.
Mr. Recce instructed by Messrs
Yearwood & Boyce appeared fin
the PetiUoner.
eWsfV
No* obtainable
Irom .
It. Jam* Jooea
ft Co.. Lid.
Hotels
Doing Well
MISS J. KYSH. Secretary of the
Publicity Committee told the
"Advocate" yesterday that many of
the hotels In the island ..... hav-
ing a good season this year as a
-esult of tourist trade.
They are doing well, but at the
Publicity Office figures for com-
parison with the last year, would
not be available until sometime
later.
i :i the whole, she said, more
tion of a "Nightingale's Song" and- Canadian tourists have visited the
his final encore "Humoresque" de-
serve special commendation in an
evening's entertainment of a kind
all too rare in the island of
Harbados.
unemployment in this country
anona; all sections of the eom-
l ne Mtuation sri
(rooted bin daily was the plight
of the middle class worker, who
to his mind, was unaerpaM ana
tod he hoped that in due
oouraa, hit union would be able
- axe the employers ol
this country to give them increas-
es in their salaries.
I his union
"The Unemployed Workers' Union
and with that he agreed. While
the other side was looking out
for the minority because they
L-ould pay fees, his union was
prepared to look out for everyone
Finally he said that whatever
political dufiei no they had out-
side on platforms, in the Lcglsla-
hunt ha would always be prepare!
support any measure whu i
meant social upltftmont for tl i
people.
island this year than last year.
BUTTER IS HERE
WHAT will bring about a little
relief in the acute butter khortagS
in Barbados was the arrival yes-
terday of 221 cases of table butter
irom Amsterdam by steamship
"Bonaire."
This ship also brought supplies
of cheese, hams in tins, canned
foods, beer, sherry wine, brandv.
vermouth, condensed milk, electn-
cal .acessories, alarm clock-
cils and kitchen knives
The "Bonaire" U-ll pott
day evening for Trinidad. Messrs
S. P. Musson. Son & Co., Ltd......I
local agents
BOAT DAMAGED
THE "DAGGER" a llshing bwit
owned by Gordon Spooner of St.
Ijiwrence, Christ Church had its.
Jib blew.
moraing Bbonl | 1'cJock in oistm
when strung winds nil
southern part of the island.
The "Dagger" is 23 feet long
and carries a crew of three. It Is
for sooo.ou.
25 YEARS AGO
(BARBADOS AUVOt ATI:
MARCH 4. I-.". i
WEDDING
BuckKnli.n
The marriage between Mr. Ed-
ward C. Buck. M. but C-B-i
F.R.G.S., and Miss Amy Klrton,
daughter of the late Mr. S J Klr-
ton, formerly Manager of tha
Colonial Bank, Port-of-Spain, an I;
Mrs. Klrton, took place on the
21st February at All Saints Church
The Rev. E. A. Parry and the
Venerable Archdeacon Hombcrle>
officiated. Mr. Beverly T IfUtMU
was bestman.
POULTRY FEEDS
OF ALL KINDS
by
PURINA
fimJ
lassgm
IN OUR LINEN DEPI.
GLASS TOWELS, 77c. each
KITCHEN TOWELS, 48c.. 74c.. and 78c. each
DAMASK NAPKINS. 65c. each
ill ( K TOWELLING in While. Gold, Green. Blue and
Rose al 70c, and 81c. per yd.
YELLOW COTTON DUSTERS 26c. and 3Sc. each
C. F. HARRISON
& Co., (Bdos) Ltd.
DIAL 2664
NEW ARRIVALS
AT
WEATHERHEAD'S
S P It P TABlXTe
'IUK.VPNE SKIN C1UEAM
cuiARrnt uaHTBUi
TICK 1.V9SX-T POWIH3I
TOt TOOTH BKUBHES
THISUhtOe WIDE MOUTH
H.VSKS 1 pim, >, pi, I |il
kt-T-AN HOLD IWNfSs
KITCHEN SCISWOW
i.AMmwi. i-vrrn
EH* imAjvtUM with Mp or
ItarlNMlo.
KEPi*aa mal/t x r i, oil
NEKO SOAP
MOnOAN-a POMADC
FRDUI VBOrTABi*- UEBDB
FHBBH FLOWSK HOM
nuMAimntK cu;ArTTi
MATH C-APB
COTEX NAIL POU.1H
nAvna ASPIRIN 11
nOBXBB TOBACCO .11 kindil
I'AaCAIXa OOLDJ0N MINTS
BAOAnCAaT SOAP
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I 1GHTHOUM MATCHEK
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OUR AFTER-STOCK TAKING CLEARANCE
SALE
La
STARTING
MONDAY
MARCH
6TH
OPPORTUNITIES FOR CAREFUL HOU
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DEPARTMENT
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GOVERNMENT NOTICES
In (hi IKIr Hav
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l.e*nder. Sch Adirva Mae !trh Zl't
Wonita. son Mare, jfcmrttl
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Mr t Mr. E C Leacork. Ml*. A
r laaaeork and Mr. P E !Mephen.or,
srlwcner Minuiu. ?4 ton* net. Cepi
Ouiane. AHU:

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rotm.tK .
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llwtla. Alma >
niaenmo MalUMtl. Svac. Uk*. Alma Chr* jlp, Proaam Arihaka" wi
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.Nidardal. Ntdarholm. AaWUkta.
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A par he Cai
Slleelnre Kecenl Leopaxl.
MAIL NOTICE
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WHTV, nreanalde. Eaao San Joa-quin.
*--rba*. Mvaen. rietoro,
Mntl- lor I -.nda Trim
d and RriTi.n auuata Iry the ?M Ak-o-i
Mtatto -in he rloeed at the Clenerm
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Itociatored and Ordinary
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REAL ESTATE







TBMDBRl FOR THE BOTFLY OF 0R0UKD PROVISIONS
1950. lo IhC
Ml It*.
d twipp wffn
MriHOI Honltol SMM i ,.|, ,,l0o |l. ;,
*k, to b iKrtiml m ihf m-miui Hotpii.ii
twice weekly In proportionate nmnuntv
Yamsas available.
Eddoeaai available.
Lororettn: Sweet potatoesapproximately 400 lor a
iivered twice weekly as nrdereH
Vimaas available
Kildotan- available
Breadfruitai available
tlM prtM ier 100 |hi :,. wMeJl card in
.' I .ill he dattvtrad u vlic In I
uneuimi ,i : n .. Ih,, p^^i (rnm lnr , , .Xnnl .
:he 30th c.f .::
3. Tender al warded In ieolrd cnrelnpc, addretisoo
'o the Colonial s ( not to any ofllcer by name) so as tt
reach the Colonial Seventy's Olnoe not later than 4 p.m n rhin--
day. the Hth ot March 1950 The envelopes should be clearl. mark-
^"Tenden for ground provisions"
4 Further Information is obtainable from the Prison, the Men-
tal Hoaptlal and the Ijnaretlc
5 The Government docs not bind itself to accept the lowest
Or .in> tender
MtiMliHi lo ",0"" ".....r. I** Ho I which will l* puMI OfM,
Gazette of Thursday. |nd March. 1950.
2. Undar this Order the maximum wholesale ami retail selling
prleej ol "ButterTable Holland" are as f,
2. Tenders shi
the above
MT PAYS TIP
IBVBMTMSm
LIOUOR LICENSE NOTICE
- i

'- MM-tiaH
ft MpTril IMO
To E A \!t I I ..
Poll..- *
\pplu-ant
* B -Thli application will be ro-..id-
red at a Llrenatna courl to be held a*
Police Court. Dtat "A", on Moi.i..
13th day of March IMS. at 11 o cloc^
HiMLM >OIIUN
aUCTRICAL
imiral 1 cubil feet
Seale.1 fniti t v,.s,,
i Al> C.l
i L'niti 3 yean fuaran-
i A Beard. Htidwpod
i m to IS noon da.lv
4.3.SO2n.
P-One il> PhiiiiD, Ha.-
kiwi condition D K:..
K Bbc< Hock, st Michael.
S3. SO3n.
NOTICE
pAe.mii m >i n in

" ne">'e March Ui,i


_________________ 4.3.50-4n
NOTICE
itedron.n,,
-netoaed
."I* 34tk1 ibi. aecond hand
round Iron rod* and flat clamp, reeeni-
rV.~^Irom "" ,00< M firo,'r
; rn,te.,..l lua> , mapccl.
orj at Bi>lklev Fartorv n, applicant,.,
v ii Cairbutei,
Mo-.ii. Pan*rilnl Trnururei .
II '
21.3.W- In
Rheumatism, Ankles Puffy,
Backache, Kidneys Strained!
CARISH OP ST. PLTI-i
Wanted by .he Health ",,m,
? the abeve Pan.h. iwo lul
the dui.,
Nunit, to perlo;,
-, Rural Area,
.N par n-.t.ntn ..., n ., .,
nouie allowance
Ona tor the Urba
VWjOO per mon"
Applicatloni muat be accompanied b-.
i-aruoeoia B,,d Hap;.
Ian
iBTj
Doctoi
Applicatu,,,. w,|| be ..
'"e*"',""^ "p ' M""" '
rer l.irihrr peMie.ildn apply \
undaeiianed
Clerk
NOTICE
*i PPi.ir* i mi 'Hi ,
i-\i.:-h Ol i | mi


rtrrcil lor
the l-t tla.
i MII.K
BPXAD
Ch ;*'..... .iHleniHi tfiu,t vend
leilei. aion wiili i> ,
gualined pemor
tii.i -talma then
i become bound *itn *
Tenderer....... i.eir Tendei
pled, lor the due fulnlmenl
iract.
With ie.iK.-i to Ihe Tender for Prcah
Milk, the piobable quatni'v required u.i
14.0U aalloni and ii>* VeaUj
U teitdei of
than one person lor the nuppiy of
..at! all pcraoru tenderins foi
: nwaid. alons with
llkelt lender, a Ceinflcale liy a quahheu
.Utina inaI Hw
cattle from witieh (h.- m.lk will in- -up-
piled are free from Tuberculoou.

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Clerk. Si HlehaM
23 2 10 7n
. vtvnt
fr>m soon , -t .,
'27 tT".lT f,"ll,' "nd "-"
' la for each epot from
I water r-ain. and etectntc
-.rtlcul.-.r.j.ppiv ..
Mhiryri or Ma! Bl| Trrr
in he arrantM
II 1 10- IP.
ir >.._
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Kniiumad.-tiii. Ilurrilne I'aaueaav ..
toPw tlm* Klda
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1
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THE HARHAIK-s
.
Lord Praam > Rei L
Bruce-Clarke. PC I. P F H

i attn tiic Barba

dci .ti, nn.
of Marbadoa. loday oui object M ju.
iinlor.unali'
lid general knowledge. I'n".
NOTICE
THE appllcatioi. ot CaW
Toppin holder ol Liquor I
M3 of HMO. aranted to Alberta Toppin.
In reipect of a
il.op attached to reawle.ice at Becklei
load. 04 Michael, lor perrnleaaon to uat
aid Liquor Ucenae al s.
Peckles Read. St Michael
[hated thia 3rd day of March ltSO
To E A MiI.tUD. Ebq
Po; ,c Mati-tr.tr. IHal A
< HAS TOPPIN.
N n Thi
ered al a Ueeneln. C
1
ihe 13lh da> of March liM.
t 25
.vale Chrliimai C.irdc Iron
N
>eeeaaary. Write today for b
ktol to Britain'* largeii n.
neinot PuDllahan; hifheal
"*n*"y* rrtonr' rnakiiE "---"
OFFICIAL NOTICE
1H.I. Kldneyi Dotlor'l W.y
witt a MlesiM. .1 prVp-red rrwriVVu
NOTICE
Kat.it,.
*mi r.i. H*Mrin \
U HEKEMY 0IV1
iwraone havln* an, debt vl .

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-'lh April Itto
U piuemi to dWrtbulo the

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\Kh flauru irf -arhleh I ha|l then have
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CEOROB HKNPY 1M1-KI'
Qualified Ad'inni."
of Sai -
Uiirdredi Bnd hundred! o
No BenerirNo Pay
SrSra
'|* H(n. And -o rerlnln are <,
;.. thai fStto. uiir.anMvVuVm
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NOTICE
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1IM1 i
lera*y iFven thai all per-
in* iidvini uny debt or claim* aaalnm
i- Ewate of ALMA SMrTTEK deioecd.
* Jackmana Vllluge. In the Pan"'
Michael In Hit. lal.nd who died
Barbaam on the 13th dav
ine requeated t., .
i ITU duly Mlr.tnl t the nn
I
...
.U.y of April 1-1S0 after which date lj
hail prc.-.i |a tt.-trihute i,.e .laart* '
'r.ea-a-d amoitf ihe parllea en- I
titled t .
uch claim* of which 1 .hall then' have
had notice nnd I will not he liable for
ihe n-aei- ,.r am part thereof *q dil-
IrilKlted to anv pe.w ol
-^ claim I -hall ,,i n*l( . ,
And ..II peraona mdel.tod lo the .aid
-Male are requeued to -i-,.
ilojledn.-.
LOCI
7th day ..f Jan
Qualified executor of Ihe Eatale *.(
I i.e,l
i i soan
SHIPPING NOTICES
iltiBbKr From All D-i, nnd l)ppTlnieni| S..,rr,
TICKETS- -Sweepatake Boolu.
, A ISJO. JtlO. 4070. 0U0 Finder paaaae
return to Arthur P*.
IAHBAO i-
is mi \--i-i \.s i ol KT ((r
ir. v.
i
WINSTON II
Itr
It* pureti,i, .

my Of Jaruuir. 1*90, I -lv,
paraoria having any ratal*, right or
Jiareet In or any Tien .a- .

containing by ^lmaaaur.
hcuaand nine hundred and
-qujre feet or thoreabi
i>oi*ndliui on Undt M
MM* Urauta OriAth on a
a

-OUnd to bring he .
- in .
'ceutrantt and votaraer*. to M
oy me on any Tseaday. or Friday e-
houra of u
' orlock in the aft<
i the Clerk of the Ae*i>>
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on. ,-.
-re, .,"1
' ill elaan on or
eld proparty
C'airnaaale -re aleo nMlflad that Ihe
-
he I2lh day of April IMS ai It '< '
i rr- whan their anked
dar rry land thi* 30th f.j
f January MSO
IV 01
At CleTf f the Aaalaf.
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?ta-Z0"T P,Rl'" ".duled fa
*ait rront Sydney January *,*th
-Mlvlnd at Trtn.dad about Pebniar
MSKA1PAK1- i. ..heduled to aal
'rom Pert Plfte .tamiarv Tth. finrm.
k""w t!*"1' n*mMy P^lnl Jarmai.
L lln-'.,,... !>(
Trinidad abou
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February
. Hard
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for Britlah Guiana, atorbado.. tltobi
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rther parUculan itniv -
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AgenUi Truudad
UA COSTA a. < o LTD.,
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M ARM '-KXTKS
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Also Trlmmli' I
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Itril., niaik al 11.77 per pr
from 8e. la Igc. prr id
erlmenl of colours
47c.
1ST rXUOn, HUW1N tt sons
IBmad Hire*'i
Houra : 10 a.m.I pjn
Tuoadaya, Wednoodava,
Friday..
10 -m.11 o'clock
.Saturday!.
IMi Room ,a. ,.,. fl
is Ihimu Beienee teal UioH
taaea aaj H,.iih wiia Kr,
.olalars. I., MAkl- SAHIl
Ol may be i*ea. nri,..,(
or Purchased
I Christian Science
I rieading Kooiii
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OFFICIAL SALE
IN INI IMUTAN I t III HI Ol
AfPI M
fayui'^
ITaWrNAIXI FIJEAZnt F_-
NOTICe : heretv
f an Order of the AtMitau
iDOaal dated the Jell
SO. the-e will lie an
'ifHect bidder al '
1 Ihe Aaatototll
: ;i inooni and :
flarivoon on l>
AnrH itM. all in..-, rr
Mate at HaaUn*.

aniar- feet or Ir-erreb.

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bound and kf ivo
ill ba aat tap for aaie
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. the eame
no* lea* than CM*
I V GILKXft
As Clark of the AaMata
of A
For further p-micuUrs apply teo
DA COSTA A CO.. LTE -AgenU.


I'M.I I ICH1
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Spring Race Meeting Opens Today
.Mobile Cinema
At SI. Philip
Brink Hufiiness
At the Saivwnah
THE FM.rbados Turf Club 8
Meeting acis UDdW
an Eight-*vrnt prop
people will bo sect!
diWCtlPT c.f the Oi.rn-nn With
carts, trays ami b
Wi'h the expectation of brilliant
sunshine nnr can expi
cUftomr> st)
rne carryi 'g ou pri
others food and drink
-
Thruuelioiii MM ) ij "
ttttmk m MM aa*ft i"1 *
break me" "Somrbad. m
grl niuV and "I'h pjylnit fHW
. | ia MaV > '" h-ird in
id/- \lr nit ot thr Wh I a.
rur.uii.-. ..hilr It* !'
nipnk'N wilt behontin I
RlHfi | ii a -.hilling- Win ..
iioiiii id) ftw pM "m;
i gag .....M tin. Iv.-Hle "I Mouni

i* paid tu thf organbtr of this
and after a though"
a bag you will probably -pull out
no nv 7.
needli
ca*e.
Refresh ment
All thi ihouUni n"d )im

will .
in th.
men! aceom-
panin
fray >
maubv. punch and
will also be 01
Will r I
a wrl:
Vided for II:.
21-mile stretch of Miartw on the thunnei
wtche tidal water, at least lour-

Harvey Scores
His Eighth
Century
PORT ELlZABrTH. March 3.
Ne.l Harvey, scorn! I
uauluij <>f the lour to equal the
litord'ol Uenis Cornclon (Middle-
sex) during the first day's plav in
ind final Test against
Soulh Africa here Hal
. 16. which included 14 fourv. In
two hours, ten minutes for hn
.mirth hundred in Test matches.
Complon set the record ol eight
^nturles by any tourist in Soulh \ Court o( Appe
Africa last year,
.win tne MCC.
Winning the toss, Australia
batted ail day, and scored 361) loi ^
ickets cy the close of play.
Australia won the first three
tisls with the fourth drawn, to
the "rubber".
After a shaky start, when Ihc
lost Jack Moroney and Keith
Miller for 49 runs on a slow pitch,
the Australians, chiefly through
Arthur Morris and Harvey, batlert
their way Into a comfortable posl-
A private show a'
Almshouse on Monds\. March 6
.ile-1 in Hie programme of
ire Mobile Cinema for the week
r.ginning March 6 to Man!-
(in Tuesday. March 7 the cm., n .
..II be at the CoUeton Area, St.
I.ucv; Wednesday, at Ihc Belnnvr.
School Pasture, Thursda).
Carles Eestate Yard and c*
H iday. March 10 at the Westmore-
I i:id Plantation Yard, St. James.
Morris made 155 for his highosi
core of ihe tour. His previous
'
e-day' races thene two did
.. ssley up).
brisk gallop yesterday.
Mc Kin ley
Breaks 400
Metre Record
Waiting To Swim
English Channel
(By rRr.0 IW.KRFUM.IK,
DOVER (By Mail)
the white cliffs" of Dover but an
tioncu queue is forming tor an AuRurf *"* KramrTVerV
, Husel and Denmark *Ml* Ehw
r.L'ATEMALA CITY. March 3.
Herb McKinley. of Jamaica, set
up a new Central American iw*
;ord of 47 8 sees in winning the
test was 153 against Natal at Dur-
ban. He took part in two century
I artnerships. adding 187 with
Harvev for the third wicket, and
HI with Lindsay Hassett for th--
fourth.
Morris batted five hours, and
hit one six and 15 fours without
giving a chance- Hi* stand with
Harvev produced 187 runs in 2
hours 10 minutes. Hassett had teen
Ickc4 2 hours 23 aatMlt-M
for his 68 not out. when stump-
t were drawn. He had hit five four
Reuter
NOT PROVED
THEIR Honours of the Aariataiit
Mr J. W B.
when tourin.'Chenery and Mr. H A. Vaughn
c-terdav confirmed a decision ni
His Worship Mr. H. A. Talmi,
who had dismissed a case which
Kathleen Weekes of Deans Village
had brouitht against Madeline
Cadogan of Glendairy Roai.
Weeks alledged that Cadogan
vounded he,- on her left ear wi't,
j tin bucket
Their Honours were agreed that
the case had not been proved.
The wounding resulted after n ,
heated dispute at a highway pipe.
which ended in h squab*'-
lied to the \ j
No Comment at Pregent
>!t..rbado* Advocate Corrtipondrni
GEORGETOWN. B.G
K. L Wishart, Secretary of the
h:;:ish Guiana Cricket Control
Karleen Seachwell of Jamaica I Board, announced today thel
Tv h mVfci (Ln won the women's 80 metres Mir-(further cables have been oxchang-
, ., ma Anderson will oom ruicr ire. 12_. ^ Frank prince of rd between the Board an.l R K
- _..__.-----"? ChaniiPl af.rr ium ___ .-_ ,__, , *T .__. ,j, u-,...
fur horses, not I. I
including

.
paid i<
The I

iinn
tiona
good i
outdoor
Panama won the 1,500 mevTes in | Nunes. West Indies Boar.
4 mins' 13 sees and Enroqut- p,,..,ri.-i-.:. but it is considered no
Rivera of Puerto Rico took the ifl ,j,e best intercuts of crickc;
..v.'iin tl>(ow with 56M metres. ,0 mt^, an.v further comment a:
Belgium's Pemand de Moulin. In the weightHMna. Nicolas. 1 present. ___
who swam fron *> Vivas of Puerto Rioo won the ban- |
u-tnrv last year
Kiith Wan
pert E H 'I'einmi. .. beach near Dover in 21 hours
. ir ihi 59 minutes letl Setenfei
'hannel both wgy revealed Utal icrmined i> swim both ways in
For 1950.
.
"Tkshii
tamweigh.' cla.vs, while Rodery
Wiles of Trinidad took the feath-
rwelght division Reuter
opinion as to one way or the other
il outcome of negotia-
tions. (hy CaNe)

, 1936 to e>tabl.sh nn endur-
1
H K McKeute. AustraUan surf
.IwKnpioii. also will take the
nlungti alone with French cham-
ftt le Norvan
Empire \I
ToPlayB.C.L.

tbt Reaant
Club stands a good. Egypt's Kahim Attalah will
u nfth try. and two Tur-
tot, Kasslm Kourt and
Mickman. who at 18. * ->haban Avkout, intend Vo go
H through the ritual ot
-'niggle in

llreetion
AN KMP1R1 XI
Uth Tr\
will engage a H.C L.
vurd. Urn-
d* Ma)
httemol
x
-O-yards breast-
tht cold Channel wail
i :.: bo Ki.uio'-
bo swam from
ins Nez to Dover in 11 hour i
tM on September 10. 1926 '
will


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the queue ineludr
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tied puii-,
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1 1
lik.'lv lo RUUM J
:t Americans
Americans have
lueceeded in swimmin*; U
I ude Ederle on Augu-it
l bours 31 miti.
,m August 28. 1926. In
It hours 38 minutsf- and Ch
Toth on Septembers. 1923. in 1C(
10 minute*.
TengfM who will willingly ad-1
vise .ill contestants, has his doubts!
people who train m water J
n the U S for a I
velar which is usually
m to build ur hi
i-it more tn
Hi explained'
Belleville TennU
RvhuIIs
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tfajok UM averagi I
n iltgeg whal 11 |
PI l luggest troubli
,i i. ad the off-1
1 age on the English |
.,r ,tlM> that then- ure
i i real when |
,,ir retlb food tor
1 N S
Good mornings
begin vV /fv
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