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PACK EIGHT BARIIADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 24. lSl WSTR ILIA SCORE 206-8 ON AMAZING PITiUI Krtim W J. O'RKILl.Y MELBOURNE. Feb. 23. I the lliiMtlrMorrti partnarthip plodded Us wtowy way, there wore many disappointed spectators who thought notorious batting which seemed I of inspiration and stroke-making ability, oval i brand of cricket which kills ii %  But fr> %  ii n the Au res* had 111 I..Mrlboiiii | r. • lain, turned in an %  exhibition It was H UCifjON ,| wus -holding" The bail seemou I SutcUffe. the jiicjt ro mark time niorr.-nUinly asit hi", i .-mi England opening ([,,, turf, whose -ill lima Test aW< This I.nef hiatus in the I bast avt h> U p. ..COM causeO Australia* undoing KiiRlbliinaii against Au* a shrewd judge el cricket It is. gurt as an opener bul the flr*l %  Kttlng when h* time he played at the pitch "' the r the best batsmen ball he was out to in the world todaj Ho did s> catch to short leg erhen Bjaakl ng at a dinMorris stayed .. London BOd this a his seldom used the middle ol (1) Len Hutton. He mistimed. Ruafatl DJ Worrell. (3) Bert Sutno often that he look the I Incidental* two bats before he 1 wonder whfit Brown's first victim. But Moms' | •. %  ,.. r <-iiormanre. judged by J he standI Hi;* Second Best In The World %  • all him that K..me Errol Holmes hit sixty off loat a good lot uf including quite a few. n the Tents but it might sixes and fours. H mat if he as capn| chances in a Although he thought that the! lay Tf* that the others might West Indies had an excellent voted to take risks as well, chance nt defeating A -... %  , a comparatively weaker M C.C.I N^au^'Jo*"". !" WIII'I^J'N' ddard always seemed to have, ewni whose force* were con-. • % % %  %  •***. a* L-.. UUng up his sleeves and lmifl |i y bptnp depleteJ by injures,1 KSS*^ *ull be trusted never to be flu*couId „ iv ,. llwin uch too j Of his amr .cwltn* j fet at the Drummond said that Wi playingncld at Ood-ard s bowing spell was one Kensington almost under water BSD, former Inter layer and now a West .Iked into Rheumatism, Ankles Puffy, Backache, Kidneys Strained! KsrsW IU AnH... I j 1 K lorr<*>M" r ird'a bowing i best he had ever seen. jn r Ma" wicket suited Urn and he ^unia! S I however that Valentine Ini Press bog, an i Ramadnln would not have been -v> hu;hlv tUCCeafftll If any "Mr Coppin". he said, and inpt hn*l been made to hit them pricked my ears for some choice off I hail length bit this f inside dope. "I think tha good chance for Barbada Valentine llil to start planting rice.'' called that in a friendly %  nt/i./j/n" I replied SKIPPER TRED BROWN, (left) and Alec Bedser the Enrll-h bowlfi. ^i r-i.X A-1-.trallan wickets yentftrday. Each captured 4. IN THE PAVILION IBS o. s. HIM>I\ In %  to this? a H Marooned I %  %  %  %  ^n in the Press Box l l '" With no hope even of getting down tha bar, tbingi looked very dark by Australia's later batsBut sow ., ,.,,, men. was high class. or "Buchden", St. Joeoi i men moved tn H.. w. .hA ..nlw Aiwlral'ne '' i . over those In Barbados he never mlssei ' it is the "'" of folly to play Kid po he •"" n the body ami thus run l)| ..f the West *'" Ha* Of bt-lng caught bv one and not M. as above, ralllni who looked like a class batsman. The two strokemakcrs. Harvey and Miller, to whom the crowd looked f< r their day's er.lertalnment. i I lamentably. Harvey swung hard into a proPM.H1 square cut and paid tlie penalty of mlsjudgment of tho pace of the pitch Miller essayed an ondrive but hit a simple catch lo bowlei Brown when his bat weni well past the proposed point of contact before tha <<• n arrived. Those who had criticised Hassei* earlier for his slowness, were quick to applaud his worth whin Australian wickets fell like ninepins Bedser and Brown ravi ., .. rr, --, %  the Australian discomfiture. hnttllSll I Urt LlUO Hclser maintained h's mastery of O swing He has bowled betl th-ii'f fin '*f7r/m" "'^ t,H,r ,hnn n vo %  •' unit. *sn rixtrti io „, ,,-r,,,^ And B rown S ia K islstlng of Morris. Hassett ll.u.' and Miller was a great tribute for a determinedly painstaking i | i leej have i %  .' of the B 10 tour to IUWK IWIKRI.I.I. iVf//f.sInto Trouble 11 tttD* W. Feb hibiti The Jockey Club, supreme auHole, making his first Test of the British Turf, unappearance faced the temera%  nest in its latest metit-testlnn expat n | i % %  tamp out the practice of fug the Ihird leg of a hat trick. He th i.ieehorses. got hi 18 runs well but %  nis trouble ttartad when (he to curb Ms ilealro to smr,p] thl of lhal august bOd> pitch Of the hall It is a pnl'ev Unouncs Of a new which pays f-w raeulti for a batsn intended as a sure-fire man when faring H new bell deterrent to doping. The rule England ilnUhed tlie day In -\ stipulates: "If it shall be found srrnnd position. But what now that any drug or stimulant has With all their baUmen (;uiiri_ j?"? 1 "?? bean administered to a horse for Hutton in such Irresponsible fomi the purpOM of nflecting its speed a they have been in the pi n OUS in a race, the licence of the trainer Tests. I refuse to anticipate theii of the horse shall be withdrawn reply. %  hall lie declared a dis, qualified person." %  ... % %  K were held suspeel. reacted unS,?£a GoMen Glove (James was promptly imposed. Then the as ssylni "We onl storm broke. I a-s ai lff 1 : | 4 1 days bul we will U .Some of the trainers concerned %  %  %  *< U(| j |() „ V| |( .. (j protested they were nowhere near the scene at the time of the %  Isaffed doping and described the irhleh to let it oven the %  1 I'. %  HO %  IllMT Hubble "f Kent ohowlni ma Una otroki %  i the ball ns if on • tO hit II %  :,. till thi ball Another thine, %  %  Id why do batsmen waste oo much I In making magniAcent i I by these fieldsmen (both %  • • %  :. push tor i until i tiuddiirri Top. Mr Drums end U tioddard an eaXeafdonaUy B.C. ^rndi.lL I To JOHN (.11I>UARI> ; he IVU In England at lhal time. 1 Mkad foj I Ural with whal eribed as the two major reasons f..r the failure ol in. Kn| I men In the Me hi. II %  (he five days all) i %  ( uulii in.! •nil plain a hmvy atraln on your fcl *o ilui ih.-y fuiKllon pnorly and B4 halft* praprrlv punO i our Movd and maintain fcMJth and Sway' %  >-*. ^ ^Hefp KiaWyo Doctor's W.y Manr dnrlim hava dlarovrr>4 hv aclrn. >ndr* av m I ri ChMR out %  < %  • I %  -' HMMiOk wiUi a HI. miik.iijv'un*y hock •at*try it UM'TIM^J Tea i^ th~ ,ude.. 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Highly-placed trainers, they i'laimeu. dared not voice their opinions publicly In fear of offendthan ri^K vietinu^ntion. The wril1051 Caribbean Qoiden Okh Games billed for March 24. 25 aiid 26 at Trinidad. The bland authorities are ask* more lhan six boxers reosre ae ntlna el...ged til"!,he Jockey Club STfiJttSfB S^SS edict departed from the tradition & TO "' i b ;" 1 J""' J'vu ol Britlan law by placing the burV*' n G Boxing Ikw ri nad (lr den of proof on the defendant ^** t y ro 7* g Jgy u >, t *** • **"rather than the prosecution. The othci chosen from Ivel.r Alleged Confession In the midst of this rumpus, man circulation Sunday paper, "The People" published a series of sensational dlachXH -Vnd' Ikures in the "confessions'' of former racing celebrity. The writer, known as "The ,. Wnw," cl < ho had bn aSSSHSPiL* black-listed by the Jockey Club 18 yean aRo He boasted that he nad just laughed at the warningon* notices. "In spile of them. I have gone on doping, when M I did Itefore." he wrote. %  follow on" would not be enf -i owln i to the Mh derations "They did not know UV J I i I He Mill not think that it could d thai any Knghsh batshsvo seorlrig Inc abandon them In these matches owing I nf being censured for taking unnecessary risks. T"—v therefore do not attaek which of 11 best way in deal with all bowling pin bowlmen ti on Three Itoxcrs have al ready pirked themselves pre vlded they pans the physical lest lug" and tan make the trip They aro With regard U Welterweight st. CUh I Llght-heavywright PC. 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v\ri'BI>\Y. I I 1IKI Ml. 21. 1951 IHRRtnO^ AKVOCATK PAGE THsVE Atom Powered Bomber May Soon Be a Fact WASHINGTON. Feb. 23 The military dream of an atom powered heavy bomber that rould fly many time* around the world nonstop at speeds taster than sound appeared nearer fulfilment. Official sources indicated that in the next month or an *he United States Government hopes to I tor the design and possible construction of on atomic aircraft engine and a plane big enough to carry it The Atomic energy Commission is now discussing this project with the makers of the giant B 38 and the General Electric Company's aircraft engine division. Contracts may be signed in March A pound of atomic fuel uranium 235. supplies as much heat energy as 1.280 tons of coal and a chunk of uranium equal In weight to an iiutomobile storage battery which deliver" one horsepower hour WOtid bo capable of delivering about 300.000,000 horsepower hours. Until now the quest for "nuclear powered (light" has been confined for the most part to theoretical studies aided by some cxporimenlal lnboratorv work in AFC facilltie* at Oak Ridge Tennessee. "Nepa Phase" In April Prime contractors for this so called Nepa < nuclear energy for K n of aircraft) programme ve been the Fairchild engine and airplane corporation. A.F.C and the airforee announced that the Nepa "phase" will be concluded on April 31). The next phase—the actual design work directed toward conUon o( prototypes—will take us wli.i." the theoreticnl Nepa phase ends. A.E.C. and airforee refused to say anything that would give i information as to the progress made so far toward whip. ping the many and difficult pioblems uf atomic power for aircraft. But atomic officials have all taken the position that the problems could be solved, and new plans indicate they now have facts to support this faith Brigadier Geneml James Me Cormack junior A.EC. Director of Military Application of Atomic Energy records with a flat statement that "aircraft will some dav mittee at ait emergenc be propelled by nuclear engines" Wednesday what is believed to be the heavn coronation crown t n the world When she opens Parliament she dresses as a European queen, with crown, velvet and ermine mantle and page bovo In .ittendance. She has I ten 33 years on the throne, succeeding when she wai onlv 18 She traces her des can t thousand year* All the people in l**e*e puciil Islands can read and write. Hospitals, maternity service*, d education are free to £.'// she thinks a Government de/eat on J ffif* tt'cwic's mt.mi in u \e meat MUhMtJ could* tandcurt, she's had it! "II' i I'M'* Lcndon Express S.TV;CI $350,004) Voted To Russia Needs More ft" "" C ^T~ Repair Flood Oil To Fight A War Lll VOy Had Damage In T'dad PORT-OF-SPAIN. Feb. 22. FRANKFURT. Feb. 23. F. P. Hellin. wartime m fttructor in Geophysics at Harvard University told O !" 1 |fWWllmil.a. dullrl.lisU Ih.t Russia ran never tight a long range global war on Dr Al'vin M WeTnlierf. D%WtOr mdBatfy Yepa'lrTo^""danS-d *'* JPSomm fLm *iji£ y f of Research at Oak Ridge ha* supToads and keep them open to 3S 000 J ". B 'J ons .^ H* ,„ plied some performance predicIrafnc. This was necessitated beH ** u "^ " *? *',£. nans tm the atom powered cause of the recent heavy rains fBuse %  lot !" "£2 " atomic bomber of the future. which had damaged bridge* and worldl l,ul nrver !" ><'s ,fl > !" n WeinherK recently said: "Such caused landslides throughout the lon an airplane would combine uninland u-lng up $60,000 allocated :tdded. UmlsM range. wilh tremendous for this purpose in this year'! very high budget. stmtegi. speed and probably %  J'.tunit would be weapon of veiy tl eat potentir n> "— B.UP. range globul "No war can be fought Europe without the oil of the Middle East" Iu this raapect, he raid, the fate of Oermnny and Meanwhile Honourable Hr,.ld Europe are bound together wi'h Robinson, Chairman of the Sugar the fate of the Middle East. —B.I'.F Kepi Dynamite Under His Bed ARTHUR LEWIS JOINS C.D.C. Manufacturers' Association, told the Press that unless there is .i rapid improvement in the weathet the island's $26,000,000 crop is threatened. He said that rains which have fallen 41 of 52 days this year, considerably slowed g ( Lucian Professor Arthur CHICAGO. Feb 23 nown reaping and grinding hut i^wU haa been appointed p. Charles Gilbert, 30. told judge the S.M.A. Is still hoping; if the umo member of the F.ugciie Holland, there was weather improves to be able to Development Corpora tloi nothing wrong with keeping 100 reap all canes. Although heavy Former part time members stick*, of dynamite under his bed. rains have already affected the whose appointments are renewed Ho said he planned to boil the sucrose content of canes, this i* a re: dvnamite and extract nilrounlikely to affect crop prospects M Mr. Hubert Nutconw Hum.-. iiiycerine so that he could get exln weather changes. C.B.E.. MX for threo years perience for a job In a munitions „ „. Mr Herbert Meller Gibson. J.P.. ulant The iudse ,nt hi., In A a r u,t *>' thp weather for two % ears Sir Charles :•.... ft torWdivs-BrP Trinidad's sport life Is almost at Darwin. K.B.E.. M.C*. F.R.S.. Jail tor TO days.—I P fl sUndgtm w||h nickrl an.) for one year Two new members ——————————, hockey league fixtures postponed have so far been ^^^ I The rim break in the consistent namely: Professor William Arthur %  O d~\ O deluge came on Wednesday when Lewis. Ph.D.. Stanle> Jvofl ^amfl 1 ^"4 1 the sun peeped out of a cloudy sky Professor of Political Economy. a^/ x_^ k_7 ; for a short time during the mornManchester University, for two ing. but by afternoon the rain years. Mr. Granville Tyser. started once more. Director of Laiard Brothers and Co. and several other Companies, Thursday morning broke cloudy for two years. It Is hoiicd to fill bad a the day proceeded the sun the last of these vacancies In the started shining.—

. near future To Beg For £5,000 From It. M Maet'OLI, NEW YORK It's tough at the trp Willlanwho was New York'* Mayor for live years, hatVMl cd just how tough it was when Truman named him U.S. Ambassador to Mexico. To live Hi the style t„ which American Ambassadors are accustomed, he says, he had to send the hat round among relatives and friends They kicked Ui with Ift.lHlu "Without that money I couldn't have accepted the post." says O'Dw; ei. And to underline the bleakness She's QUEEN In 'The Land Of Love' HT MUX TAYI.OII ONLY three woman In the Little wonder that the Tongani British Commonwealth may be have such ap fa ndld ph\ stque addresned a. Your Majesty— T<*ngnn* nke gamethey ece Queen Elii-il-'h. Queen Mary, at Rugger, cricket, tennis, and ^nd Queen Sa otl of Tonga. baskelball And ihey .ire renowned Thi. enaak ..: Nukualofa ("the for their singing l*nd f Love), capital of Tonga Bmt Crown otherwUe the Paclnc Friendly _, *,.,„„ .. .... ,.„ IsUnds. they are -lebrat.ng 50 Thp ^'* fn m b nt her years' association with Britain, their great protector Queen Salote, now 51, W the world's largest queen. 6ft. Jins.. weight around 20st., and handsome and regal with It She rules over the last remaining independent Island monarchy —200 or so islands with a popula__, £ !" £."-S-" '000, nd "' H " %  % % %  :: Life Of l.el-nre TONGA'S men are brave battle, good husbands and fathers all —and the beat sailors In the A Tongan boy gets a grant oi Pacific. Rut their fundamental land when he is 16. which provide* belief is that life ig a kindly thing, him with most of his food. On his to be taken lriaurel> death it goes back to the State. Que<-r> Salote has just said this There is no Income lax. about the Treaty ot Friendship public debt. M real housing *ith Britain:— pfoblem. •'Far the people of Tonga it hag And what little labour is repioved to be a blessing. It is quir.d for European leaseholds my sincere wish and hope that the and stores is by "spontaneous olle: very pleasant and happy relations of services." which have existed for the past 50 years between Great BriUtln Fighters and mv Kingdom of Tonga will There are no railways—onl> .ontinue undisturbed." aume 64 motor-cars and 12 motorWhen thev celebrate in Tonga cycles, but there is a llrst-clam they really get down to it. The last airfield, big affair was four year* ago, Tne airfield was kiven by the when 31-year-old Crown Prince royal family of Tonga in the war Tung! and his brother Fatafetii for a "peppercorn rent"—and they staged a double wadding. bin.five miles ot road to it tree ii.ihr>d UnlitDuring the war men fought \v "# •S'SSK'lh. pr,n.w.r. P"** "ll. b-rr.ck. ^ bathed dallj in propar.llon for Ol. d „V^" "%££. cemnonle. by old wonm of tho !" !?^'_E U KSS palace Guests brought their own pigs fOf the ten-day feast. The hibiscus flower flamed In the women's hair, there were wonderful costumes. .. But. sotwiy enough, despite all *-P " U*wn the exotic surroundings, the Ono ot the Islands, Faloon princes were married a* inland, keeps on disappearing mtc Wr.ii>.mthe ocean and reapi>earing. Via For One In 1040 It was 15Uft. above the Sir Harry Luke once attended a seaand than sank below it feast staged by Queen Salote They say the Tongane always (•the biggast woman I have ever have a flag ready to annex n %  een") whenever It emerges In front of euch group of guests Another of the islands, "Tin was an enormous tray, 6ft. long fan Island.' started erupting in by 2ft wide, solid I v packed with 1MB. so thoy moved tho Mow foul people to a spore Island. TII.H M'emed t.. I> one roast And a tortolne. given h> C.iptair, pig tor each guest plus turkeys. Cook to a local chier. still lives chickens, crayfish, crab*, puddings —ag-d 200 years. and yams. —Lg--. raised and three Spit 1 Urea were nought One body of SO Tongans woi wo MMtwo U S. Silver Start. ml four mentions in despatches Sir Frtieriik Gowhni Hopkins icvoimttmari At tfitmirtrf t) MMm, f.t Mi ,.,!, nl writ Iri H ur i u M ti j tj ritmmm At J* m •/ *V •mim, HflM m*Jti fa i MlM f .,/dj | p a j mm i t U, irtjtofkm,, t V aw w i ; m Ud i wmlftr m mf ld n aW Man ./ tmt tt4f. fcUn m a; *, itfnrmi. fiiiArr MM a tmnmiUrn turn mmd iW^aai m 4 Jitt tmkatf emijf) fn f nW, J,u mi ciUkjtttm (umrtli J-tkj, mi tf imtmwm Jntif m the auk o/iln Kutxtf f^i jttmm mm mmmm m rlumirn. w MB***rmt m li, Hykmwm ti.,:nrjprirurlf. mi iraiWavrt m* >W %  a •. •• tfKfilaanitlmaertfi: Ik wmimttf ma jppnMianU ai feaaw •mllanl ( m mdyiuJ tkmtt mnj ,aJyp, th, exmmuMm, eflkt l*itiM(mmtmd blti*tt)ifarmutr ) .lU r u..*i *urllil,jihr:bl,mkwmll,l*Mt*mmmnamt u aV Uaum i t-niit Mtlicmt itGuftlktfilJ b iMIar muniCmft kmjuj laWlafumaau. Tm frn, ttm mwt mmd uCmunip **m f* tti—t a Film mi SOmmVllB, a&mmm\CMq,. 1„ t tl. l.'^Unr. mw„t,i if %  ayal UtU,ftkt R^.l Sciitty,mi anaw! jtrt V mltmt\*l. H itMhemmArNtirlPriak, Ui •ntltmhu.ymmrf.mi V fmmWtf mm mtmm [*+,! ./ th, K^rf ...,,. ItrHai htli M am'aoi • %  1.7 iaj_l. •*• V >• tmitiri ihrOtirr a/ Hull, lUteim laar. Trade Ma'l. ..i ImajavfaJ ('In .nicnf InaTUtrtH Ltd. Ismdon. Fnulaiuf. II ^Lti^ 1 Royal Party For Lady GodlVO "Down Under" j 951 On March 1 thfi4d oor MINOR You don'i have to longo a*g car featuKi when TOO driv* uw Morris Minor. Here i. a hig .ar tn a imall waj. Seating lor four. Over 7 cubic feet of luggage space. Torsion hsr, inJcrrnJcnt front wheel %  utpcnuoa for %  moother rid*.. Ii'i easy to steer through 11 .Hi. : '." to park saay i garage. If •conosrry •nicrests you. Kt J5-*o miles per gaUoa iiiiMii-i longer rum (af roar nwacy. By H'MI |)>l Ml I IM.I K CANHBHItA. Feb. 22. COVENTRY, England Feb. King George end Queen EliiaCoventry'* Featlvai of llrllain Co, ' a tod ban^^^^ ' """•' %  """ "" fell hi has now 4s 3d. In York bank ife. ItaaB O'Dwyer, beautiful former model, hut a; 1.010 5s. M al another hank SEE SUNDAYS ADVOCATE £iSB March I, 1952. for their tour of ahapely miss to play Lady Godiva Australia. Auitrahan Prime Minunii r ,de through the ilreeU on i.iter Menztn announced here tohorsebacks In the city'* pageant day. on June 23. The King's party will leavo w. *-. -.,. Brisbane for New Zealand in May Peeping Tom., totirliti and local Of Ihe i.5.u.i0gven by friends l9 52. after touring .11 the AusInhabitants are all Invited to ,ys O Dwyer, £ 1,607 went for a ^.^ „,,,„ np „.,,, aUnd und iU „ Princess Margaret will ercomThe original Lady Godiva, a pany the King and Queen. .Saxon girl of the ilth century. The tour wan oiigmally planned r ,^|#, risked through th< for 1946. but waa t postponed begf Coventry to gain Irom her caus* of the King's Illness husband a remission of ih< -Reader t*ardrobc for Mrs. (>' I %  %  %  It Ambassador'^ present salary. appointed. C6.730 I year, minus taxes. ATOMIC BLAST* out on the 'ing grounds In Nevada hnve worried a good many local residents. Hut nohaxiy is more wonii-d than the proprietors of plushy gambling spots In Las Vegas resort Reason: All tho a/haMtf have lieen thrown off hfllnnce UUIII.IR living Meyer got off a Now Yof4j Fifth-iivenue huand left behind him diamTrnds th £17,860. Reason Too busy sdlng (he comie strips. tolls nuosed Fashions Should Kcrve Workers CZECH PAPER i rMgftft tenants. .She was the beautiful wife ot 1-eofrlc. Earl of Mercla and lord of Coventry, a very grasping aristocrat according to all the legends. Godlv H badgered her husband time and time again—as women PRAGUE. Fsb. 22. will do-to let up on the teaoa Fashion in Chechoslovakia must and at last, tired of her nagging. working people and not he agreed to oat taxes If she itliin| ladies" according would ride naked through the to "trade union newspapers. The streets of the town papers said. "Like everything else The blonde iHiniMhell of I04 fashion in Oie capitalist world M took him at his word and again means for exploitation of workas women will do. pulled a fast buses the natural ono. ill dressBefore mounting her horse for proclamation uld slay inconeider imitations of bourgeois deon and shutter their windows ilothed r-erve WHEN Mrs. Thelma Ri'i was si act to death in her Baltimore home, her two children, sitting in the nea,i room, heard nothing. ., They were watching a Western ,„ because It programme on TV. and cowboys' .jcalre of woman to bo ... ahota drowned out the realities. ^ -n,, e'esire to bo well dressed, the ride she issued PKOI'OHALS that the U.S. & nothing bad. But we do not tht all persons ah Government tiix on whisky should conrlder imitations of bourgeois go up by £1 (from £3 lo £4 per mo des, which serve the needs of >^ n thm m^ the rid. gallon) are causing deep gloom -do nothing ladies", beautiful. We ^jy ln her long fla ;imong lejrttiinate distillers prefer -firactleal dress whirh Quite a,*rt from finding the would make the worker feel con extra money, they say 11 will cause for table at work and at pla; ii.o"fantastic increase" in moonshlnlng (illicit stills). The 19.000 B I tills seized in 1949 had a combined capacity of 120.00*1 gallon* more than the total legitimate output. ft] BUP. FILM FESTIVAL Ken Abla<-k Will Represent B.B.C. Wcsl Indies %  "' Oar Owa t'acia*Saat| PORT-OF-SPAIN, Feb. 23. It Is understood that Mr. Kenneth Ablack. a Trlnidadlan. hni been selected for attachment to the Barbedos-Trlnldad-Britlsn Guiana group of Colonies with the headquarters in Trinidad for tho Only one person disobeyed her proclamation, a tailor, ever after wards known as "peeping Tom This sly character bored a hole In his shutters to get an eyeful but the legend says that he war. struck blind for his trouble. NEW YORK. Fab 2J Th. 1MI (lod.v. mull b. of Pllm .lar. and nlm worHara In' malur. ar. MMRmM cluduTg Joan Ponlulnc. U*M* f^^* "'' "Jl'lku a £• Wmd.ll Cam, Pamela N.al and •l-l" ten* ' tho# <("esUoned '. "I, ..:I. ,.T?Tnnld/dTmrn"! !" "-' "' '"'•"-' "" "n^SSLTS'JSm, """..cd th. backacna and th. work to hVdon. up to com. that ... with It. Iba .apott WASHINGTON, Tt IBM by tor U B.C producer who adviaad. Th. Sanal. Prapmadnaaa aubw b. attached to tho GovernM Jt . ,,,.,. C'ommitte. uld it would lie Impr*mm* al (fell colony ror three year. "Kw " %  h ~ d „ <>' %  '****£* Mill, lo bold aU of AU.ka and the t. aanat the broodcaitlng wrvlcca ba,k and feet parallel when walkA |,. uB n |,|,„d, ,„ „, of war af Barbadoa. riritUh Guiana, n K Thla eauaoa a pull and pain W|tn Ruola Thc Bu b-Commlttee Trinidad nn.l the Windward which muat b. borne for a week 1Trrtittd ,„. orrn ,d force, however or two. If a Ufe-tlmc nt fool wJth curryin g „„! m -realwt r I u ' !" ha" %  Iraady %  aWaaad normal Hvtaa as I raaull ..fiak.ng IJOM-IM. . ., Don't delay. Profit bv tl iperknc* of fail low-victims of tha-e pains. tJet DOLCIN today. A bottle of 100 precious tablets costs only tot* IV liOOKERS DIWG STORES— flridtfetoum oad -llplia Miarmoev. ilJlON SMART and DURABLE for TENNIS AND OTHER SPORTS New Shipment of PUMPS in Brown anil White Sites: 6— II PRICE: £1.60 fUUct



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PACE FOUR KAKBADOS ADVOCATE BAttnUMT, IIHKIAriY 24, 193, BAKBAlW^^AI^tKiATE ('•.. 1.14 Hr-aS *' PrM.*w S.lllird 1% I'.'lll 11.: r \ -I. I'l.'.l %  ths I '-i -j>N %  Act came into force. Amnm; Its provisions is one for the reduction ol the quorum of I ; use of Assembly tu m 12 to 9. Tinkm > %  reduced bj I bour Party .ind insisted on In tplts -if the abjection thai 11 was undk mocratic to main 9 a quorum out Of 24. Imposes . r.rt'.it responsibility on the members of that party who now conduct the affairs of Government. On lha ground Ol %  qpodttney it has been argued that the Party did not have any large majon'y and that if the Electors' Association ho dwindling ConCross learned up against them ll was impossible to yet anything done. It has happened that the absence of members of the Opposition parties from the meetings of the House has caused inconvenience inasmuch as there was no quorum and the House had to bo adjourned. But it was the duly of the Government Party to provide Hi full quota of members to conduct the business of the House as they had undertaker t" do They did not do '.his. Instead they tatfoduced l.i amendment which now makes nine mappers a quorum to conduct the business of the H Measures which now come before the House* are on occuloni extremely complex and it is often merely because ol the sugted amendments of the Opposition that the result of the debate produces a workable bill. The Labour Party cannot boast -nprehensive talent m their ranks and it is imperative that they exercise the greatest care in conducting the work of the House with us small a number as nine members. It was always the duty of the Opj to attend all meetings of the House dt the fact that they were not i.sponsible for Government business. It is now their especial duty to attend even more assiduously so that the collective knowledge and wisdom of the twenty four members will always be available in the service of the community. It will be interesting to see what effect the change will haw on the work of the House. SUPPING IT is noticeable that suggestions for reform when they ;n,. accept e d ill Barbados invariably get an enthusiastic welcome. Ever* effort is made to carry out the new jchemea and lor %  brief period the pubhe can be assured of satisfaction. it is also noticeable that within i lew weeks after any change has been uistituted there is %  railing away From desirable and bensjfidal practices, The Streets of Bridgetown some weeks ago showed an appreciable improvement in the matter of rUinilnSM Bins had been provided and carts removed refuse during the day so that the fruit skins and snap:. of paper should not displace Bridgetown after the volume of traffic had ceased, the stores closed and there was opportunity to look around at greater leisure. Recently there has been a fall,: from these standards and people have fallen bock into the old ways. In matters of public interest there is every necessity for continued vigilance if conditions are not to return to the unsatisfactory. It is easy to allow them to deteriorate when once there is a belief that what is everybody's duty is MOIXKIV'S. In the case of the insanitary condition of the streets, it is In the interest of tin themselves that tlirte b. no return to the pleasant but dai time ol throwing fruit skins and bits of paper on the roadway, and large heaps of refuse in gUtte) to block them. This City will be judged by visitors from the standard of cleanliness which they find In it. Oar ICi.itl. is Seas : ( Itll'I'S A flOW l' >NI> iN, Mr Hugh Gaitskell. U itllor .r minded convincing When %  lure might %  ions, the Anal. By Oavid Temple Roberti public gallery. Hum butter. British without cum %  %  im Hugh • %  1010 1S4S, r .1. way •felt that this th-.. ..-^..ni^ ^nnamenl programme '. k| t „ , tl.HflO million linmial ci .. c £1 700 bu m urmament by ]9Mand ,i and took quite happ) rnmed programme llo „ ,„,,. % %  % %  Iti •sports Lebouj %  %  defence burden prop..r [(WVT BrlUfh cars for Europe t ": 'tli holding. But tionately higher th.n that of any frwcr locomotives for Pakistan lncn %  nother fide Th< intry of the A'l ., r dynamoa for Dar-es-Salaam' l ** l(, %  ' the labour Pnrty argue u..ri.f..i M ii WHl k.d.> textiles would have to MTtl J* 0 !?* *&*?> 4P .. the man whr f n by a double caar.pa.gn neicnco ... -" ("urn annaa h_ %  _.• tht'TP tt J\f .. Mne gun* (I Aush OalMoaU cor,H M ut clo "" rationing. Ih# ^^ Labo-.ir "...nUnuaiiv talnly. no claim can bo made thai The only way Mr. Galtakell clal pre-war expertcold expect the rearmament Pakistan and thataeacc with India was confined to acadamU programme tube endured >o lightly Ho argues that Chip hill would life, hat any of the brilliance oi WM tl> presume that the output of have lost all Asia 1: tish indujtry would continue for the conception of I • Colombo .• haa modonward and upward. Industrial Plan and it stSf u on ""' output has been rising steadily for 'hat plan through greater. This week, we saw the thrPo years. But It can only confor the continued shadow of Sir Stafford Cripps at u n ,„. tl rtsS it the raw materials—L-' 1 the Despatch box making a speech me uils and rubber, wool and fibre HW O nej n in the authenlir tone of the didac-continue to arrive m increasing ously weapon-mi" And that, frankly. Is the I-abour, now it m eommttti ar man than Cripps. But he stni I'nitcd States is defence proframmiis much bet,tl. 11 ...^.... uflln..b.I Co wun o ni l" lecture in sjcomarket for scarce Industrial maweek gives this point "f 1 B display of virtenals is competing one with anttrtatlj OelttfceU is the e.niiI • i .iinding %  tricky other. Hugh Gaitskell gave an dnvcr. sitling perched up anC Mibjiit He opened, but only eKamp i e: M ilphur, he wid. Ko i .nn the camel Sir Stafford would have M p hninans Sulphur looks round querulously while :h i few disdainful part* t „|, s to mind a yellowish powder Shli gibes Hut h c MKm left that dU, V ith h" I tk is that dninful part to Mr. An. to apeak later And for chancellor called it lulptU ending, w. H Cnppit just appears in the mind s eve as Our. stern purp hquid in a nice big blown1 expect thai now a strong body was emphasised, our hearts wenc i. lss flask (he lla-k could be of 1-ibour opinion to be uplifted with the hope that „,,. %  ,, a l.^np Aneurm Bevan In take Ernie tanks from assembly lines, stockfor the hall table. But sulphur HM Bevlo i ll •. „s K tin, million of men I Itic bo> arith ta^ ka would detei arithoul which indu^'.rv would (he is 54 I the aggressor and preserve the ,,,,0 1 eouM if they could make younast than ur leadfree world. We were told to %  ne | :in ; j, uri t hev tr), made a speech that harder—and we were offered tht couldn't make paint; 1 wonder Churchill cone worth ray of hope. Sir Stall ghethei ;! %  SOUld BUU* managed to behave as if he rvalh paper, and they certainly can't Labout • xpressed the strongly held believed his own messages. I'mafci without aulphui ,w nal CommuniSni ll jmust be admitted that Britain had afid. Unfortunately, as Mr. Onlt • ; ''' 1 ny political datnoruUUed export targets ret by Sx|>lained, most of U. %  '' pollttStafford that nobody could bein'vi u i,,i, ur cornea tron the Unltei 1 democraey thej don'l in but that Slealgre/ ChanesUefl Suites which la now rather incons, r Hugh Caitskell could hardly carry dined to keep it nil itself. S< In this speech Aneurln Bevan the san. ; who lfoks nthl lick to the Labour The economic theorem that like a small boy), British Presitheory that a long-term peacr Gaitskell sought p, sattabUah was dent of the Board of Trade, is oil Would I* reached with tl that Britain could readjust hei („ Washington to see if he can beg pies Government" of China; but production and continue on the some sulphur to loplcnish his th< %  neral road in such n way chemical set Bsrl 1 iSly, SUCh %  '< ;1 i : "t Implying any of the anxthat £4.700 million would IN and lous appeasement that the left voted to armament in thr<' ". 1 H,ev profa bl> cannot be settled wins advocates Aneurin Bevan and all this without more than R |> V the unaided efforts of one made a striking impression. slight decline In the standard o! country wen though led by the think it was hi* bid foi power—if living of toe country. Oerman wt USDBU on (here is itUl awer fot ,i.nt under the Nazi I whom the mantle of the austere %  oclaU Before th will be renumbered, was launched Chancelloi• h..s fallen ro dramai en will have U on the theory that gun were-brttef tally, so convincingly. d,-ide that. Mr C. J. P. CAVE MIt CHAni.ES JOHN PHILIP GAVE, M-A ehoai %  1 r !• 11.recor de d In tbt %  imlKTS of India Cceamttftea, and n Ufa rnember since ..t his home at %  %  Mill. Pi %  lei-Ntii'lri. on 1 8th. 1 in May, ia-i. he was i the Oratery ieho '. I Tlinlt] College. Cambridge. He was the eldeft son II Mi Leun n IS fit I 'Hose mother was Sarah, daughter ..1 Mr Brtwanl Carleton CumUrbalch. of Bristol and llarluidos. 1 10 tin(unlly cam** tote possession of Nicholas Abbev in %  .Inpan-h .f,Sl lv. Al one time Nicholas Abl>ey was owned jointly by Mr. Edward Cumberbalch and his brother Ml Laurence Trent Cumberbalch. kg iledlcotetl the east win'!'"' "f St IV Km. SoelShMOWa. A further link with the island tM thivugh Mr. Charles Cave's great grandfather Stephen. WIIM married Anne. daughter of Mr. Thomas Daniel. and Barbados. Nicholas Abbey is Hie oldest he island, havini; been built In the seventeen!!: n is "f two storeys and has the unique distinction pf possesclng ned (he plaiUalion BhwSrth, but tnis was sold before the lait S man of Wldo inlere.-ts and in the Held ol metebrnlogy lie established a oanalderable repulatmn |[,. wo s also an on medieval alone carving, and a gifted photographMctcorologiM He became interested in m.t orology as far back as 11*0.1 and was soon Aylnfl Utei wftti .ifn-cnrding instruments I temperature and humid: upper air and sending up pilot balloons to find the w;nl different belSbtS. ll" liecame a Fellow 1 f ihe Royal Met. %  I Hi president in 1913—15. and had the rate distinction ted far a 1924—26. II, i, I'.ll i ini DM Brat whan the need for meteorological rervtec for the array became 00rloUS, Mr Cave 0HV11. I as captain, and weal out t*> France where he t>k uver ihe Instruction 1: the observers. He later returned Ui Enjland to train recruits for the n 11 the service n qurn to meet the nerds ol the gunners. tho sound-raimet panics and Qlf rapidly growing Royal Plyina corps. He initiated the Thui M Kimixation and Is author tf the valuable contribution to %  %  the Mru.-turr ol ih. Atmonphrre in CSSaF Wc-lher: a Study of Soundlm.'.. with Pilot lUIUona. iiiother main Interest grew out "I" nil study of photography. particularly the comp u new science of telephotographyH bseeane interested in the all but invisible iuf-hu .-eo( medieval churches and set himself to StUd) an* U by means of photogi. 1 1931 he was able to present in 11 serlei <luct duHftg his tenure of office. The rates stood at 8s. 5d. when he took over his appointment. Later they rose to 8s. lOd then fell again to 7s. lid. at which figure they remained for many years. At the present day the figure is 8s. 6d.just one penny more than when Sir John took office. In the accounting world Sir John distinguished himself by taking Honours in the examination of the Association of Incorporated Accountants and Auditors and is one of the few Scotsmen to have occupied the position of president of the Institute of Municipal Treasurers and Accountants. He has served oh many Government committees including the Scottish Hotisini; Advisory Committee and the Scottish Rating and Valuation Committee. Sir John has also written extensively on local government finance and administration. His approachability and* sense of humour, combined with a quiet, modest demeanour. have made him as popular a figure among city officials in Edinburgh as tht? will in Trinidad. His sixty years are carried lightly but the secret of his youthful appemancu is a persona! secret. It was even more marked when he became City Chamberlain at the early age of 34. Shortly after his appointm 1 ha anttrad the witness box to give awidanea before a Parliamentary Commission in the city and when he replied to counsel thai he was City Chamberlain of Edinburgh, the noble Lord who presided looked incredulous and asked that the question be repeated. This then is Trinidad's new Commissioner for Local Government—a man of youthful enthusiasm and wide expemmes a man who has already decided that when his work in the West Indies is completed he will return (o Edinburgh—and almost assuredly more work. • published as the fourth of the Cantivbtir\ (Mhrriral Papers by (ha Friend 1 t Canterbury Cathedral. In the cot this field he took over a.i'U photographs. Mr. Cave was a nvn of quie -nd courteous bearing students and friendremembe with (-latitude hu. great kmune' and generosity. He married 11 1895 Miss Wilhelmina Kerr (daughter of Major Francis Kerr* In ISM. They are urviveil l>y their four sons and n daughter. A Special Correspondent nhados on %  were made In the llmt few yeiirs • 1 Ma present century. Shortly sad ssas ; letter In the Press from Mr. W 1 ' % %  Sir Napier Shaw. F K S I asking it paopla would fty inatrunasni-earrylns kiu> hu (.logical research, and suggesting that owners of yachts would t'nn suitable winds jit sea. Cave, realizing that the trade winds afforded excellent opportune out a number of large '1 for this purpose, and thu 1 the first of the activities on which mark. RltS flying caused oonM; ,.,i.iv'**i ,n l"imei him. He inllUI HOI PiS V/TAr",!e w5SSCijg| %  ?*: - *-• %  iTsjti.1 „i ^, n 7i.i id-,!,,, i • %  '"' f^HTiety but expressed his : .Ms Advoe.le ou ' .,?*> %  t.,iti..n ft !" .* not narmii n* io-I WOUIH ,,l,v< ,rf 1 '" re-uniled With a %  ::i atSsi** • """"• our Cball I I Dudley %  „,,„,.„ nd I have recently Inl -ri'il r u'l livi-r i Col, Mkhelin and as soon ii !" Si !" c_^iir ,a .. HanUUtte Honorary be,r.lay tAclB ) aled but out SI A area, can be sect uimiiit} ', hi discuss way-: and moans of meetTo The t'diti-r. Tlir Advocate tng this Ioni; felt want. sl -•*'• n advi Perhapa you will allow me spaca to-daj thai Mr. Norman Duihie li 1 aii lo Ueturs on Mo has a direct l-curinf on the sub26 al the British Council with ject. reference to a Barbados Theatre. About 9.30 p.m. last Saturday Amour with i %  <>f the finances of auci i*?en imp.1 theatre will know mat if ft u ped in the flood waten of the inusi b< rential raini that had bd ual every opportunity In that day. Hc hurried t aklns after It fa bull) and nun >uund as II I an %  %  . but 1 deavouring to find the ov net but SO > ....i, ( ,n.' of drsms without succefi ko ha t'a "sakewas in good i % %  assistance they ii, lo the W I Selcctori in their %  earch fw I We know that the present series of games serve as trials for the Australian tour, on which 1 understand the W.I. will be ati %  %  land. 1 : ( %  !> lid the exira place LUNM l*or the in. u wicket-keeper, selected for that purpose alone, who can relieve Wnlcott of much of the strain of the tour. 1 ihink %  agres with i no not think U %  iien keep wicket for the 13.C. U Ifcra .•. %  k now that Jamaica and %  %  will he showing their wicket hsajpan U. the Seleelor, In Jamaica S It T a1 ^ T *'''"a''d have tiree which they can show, these Ian, Lrgall and Wood. I venture to suggest to Goddaui and Mo [niever tliut in tne interest ot WJ Cricket, and in fairness U these three they ahould all be shown before these series are over. Wood especially, should have a ohancs la (he M.-ond match He napMBS to play for thecolot.v that has the outstanding keeper -Waleott. Suppose Wood was belter <-ther keep,! in Ihe W.l witli the exception U '.'. would it be fair either to him or to the W.l for him not lo I e ? After all Walcott is •i eertatnty, and Hnrbados therett.re ofTeis no candidate for the extra w icket-keepmg honours when we show bint to the selectors. I repeat that I feel that Wood, (.uillcn and 1-egall should be shown, and offer this to tno bkippers. I trust th.it tbta Utter will be takt sportsman that reads it b Which ll is written. I .V'i m DO way bandar, but as a West Indian eat leave these shores to do battle with the present cricket champions of the world. I would like to take this opportunity of congratulating "John" or his selection as W.l. skipper f->the Australian tour, which WM %  nnounced on the air VON an aura that bj the Hsna bs rsturns from "Dawn Under" the championship will have changed handi Tluinking you for space. Sir. Yours faithfullv STUMPER. tl niti-r To The Editor. The JllftlQcati s.t .pori-anpondH i in >wur Wednesday''edition clalma thai he atarts work at I at 9 pm. Hi r, thai M get.-. nfT from 10 a.m. to 11 an B from 2 p.m. to 5..K' p.m. sis days a week, and nu oaa dag nfl saok arsjafe He also says Uiat he only get. $7 00 per week. Again he make* nu mention of his meals that an I huiel, and I V whicli he does not pay. 1 am reliablv informed that any waiter who cannot doulle his wages In tips during the .• %  alter tola M-ll known that l ">ARD. at II iiifs I hut Uimddvn The | II4-11, I .... 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SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 84, l5l BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE FIVE Where The Soil Runs Away leading thrnukh Richmond. On the %F By A Staff Reporter COIL erosion will continue in St. Andrew Md St. Joseph until i uferably casuannas and cocoanut, %  n planted on the slopes of hills. Tin's!' trees shmiltl I** d clan enough to allow the roots to Interim In this way the roots would hold the soil firmly, and apart from slopping notion, form a hard surface on which the water could run while Koing towards the various ravines. is a strong force and the bridge. It heads towards the On nearly bridge's structure, in some cases %  Hi (.ills IT i undermining this llmetun Mrf Spring Vale causing the bridge to full In, If %  St. Joseph, wnl erosion trees were planted on the slope;. i takes place. The svatef In its mad although it would incur a great rush down the slopes carry along expense, the money would be well with it banan i ,nd spent Repaint done yearly to : %  thing that stands in its bridges would become a thing of DM the past On the other hand, the*.On the ascond leg of its journcv ' ^"J^^Tl^^"^^', -through the ravines-it carries 2LSKTL 8 d „ *"* lh ,our ,t nothing to admire. e !%  ng Pond area. — large silt around lasuanna rrntection Lakas Bridge causa the river bed On one slope in the Mount Willo rise It ^ocs nn rising until the ton area nearly two acres of water Is forced to look for another rasuartnas arc ^planted. At this same spot erosion once took place The water then changes its but now It has ceased The*e 1 and instead of going under casuarlnas also protect the road leading through Richmond. On the other side of the road are large and small cocoanut i years now the large ones have been saving the road from faUksf AiiuUier part of Richmond Road Is broken JW.IV and it matter of a leu linnf.ills baran this road is divided in two. Piles the ground to protect this part of i: %  Some still stand upright but the force of the water has bent Mhm At Spi INK \ %  < %  > m M %  r • soil erosion during the recent rains. Many holes of canes remain rotten at the bottom of the ravine and the slope looks as though another good %  howar would cause further slides A peasant who lives in the area reaped eight acres from his rented piece of land last year. he expects only two tons from the %  erne Ml "' land s. he went to bed and left large bunches of canes in the ground. On the following morning, iftef ii rainfall, he found a smooth lilt of ground i place "i uW Not even a cane hole was left to tell the tale WHENEVER rain falls soil erosion occurs on the slope at Mount Wilton (centre). If trees ware plant i'd on tnis slope the roots would form a hard surfaca for the water to run on and also hold the soil firmly. DURING Uie recent rainfall a landslide occurred on this iae aud -ome have already been washed awsy. %  lope. Many holes of canes now Ue In the itvLabourer Remanded AFTER pleading guilty to these things on February 17. After he round that these articles were missing he made inquiries and then reported the matter to 11 On February 21 he saw Waleott on St. George's Church Road. He ._ %  went to a house in Cerrfngfon charge of larcciw brouafu by the Village and there identified the PoUea, Prince Waleott. a labourer watch as his property. of Hanson Tenantry. St. George. Police Constable 184 Clarke said was ram Worship Mr that on February 21 in consequence r, B Griffith Acting P.dice of a report that he received at the Magistrate of District "A" yester C.I D. he went on duty with a man day until February 26. "1 Young who made a report The prosecution itated that of larceny. Waleott stole articles to the value Of (Sift M the property of He went to St George, Church Jordan Young pf Fontabelle, S. Ro d and there saw the Michael, on February 19. who took ,n '' m "> Walkers anl DtOu out to them a man to whom Jordan Young said that on Feone said he had given the watch. ruary 19 he missed a pair of pants The watch was shown to Young a black fount as his own. On on this he cautioned Waleott Some%  nd time later Waleott made a volunworks at the Dairy. He last saw tary statement. THIS part of Richmond Road runs over a hill tovsrdu the valUy. The cocoanut trees (right! for yearnow have protected the road from fulling in. Yonng trees nre planted to take the place of these old ones in years to come. The embankment (left) is ab*o planted with tiee*. More Govl. Houses Go Up Twentyfour three-room houses are being built at two of the %  nt Housing scheme dis tricts, 12 at the Bay ami I* H At the Pino oi present ibtn are 17 coi whk h will !* %  rented shortly. Besides these 27 and the 12 that are now being built Wit ltd .w'vierday that Florence Burke was the proprletoi i i nib and the land on which the members by a woman named M Branch Tho liquor-bills the Secretary deali with and members pay a subscription of six cents a week The club was registered In Febm ary 1949. and a Wine Commutewas formed t-> loik after the liquors. Mr Adams in hit address sub1 milted that the case of selling %  license should he dison Us merits as the pro secution had not proved their case against bla client ii.further pointed %  > it that there was no deliberate attempt to get around '::%  La* S omeone's MORE ROAD ON WHARF THREE months ago a big ever rrevn tree was Boar Nelson't.itue ,it the head ol Broad Street %  down and thf %  pot on which it stood now fornn part^oC the surrounding road. The lemovol of the tree wil t:etp relieve the tnA %  I that Is not unusual about thi wharf SHARK BITE WINSTON EIJ.1S a 2S-year-oUI Hthornian of Fita VU1 Jama*, eai treated and osstrharajvd .it the General H it BDOUl 3.30 pin for I shark bit on his left forearm. There's more fo a COLD than Snifffesf Handset.*, that fevetlsh "acHe%  II <*r' (hii easetht>MCold Jliwirafaila with AHn-SoU*. Aika.SetiMi eaaaahH atkelhw inirfdiantt to mutialiie aiCSM gaitric acidity p/iw an analieiic for aootHins hemiachri WIN WITH SPMDIMG OVER 70 YEARS OF SPORT K.C.SPALDINC & BROS > T IT 0 s FRESH SUPPLY Or iPURINA HEN CHOW I (SCRATCH GRAIN) JH. JASON JONES & CO., [TP. 1r EJVJ0Y VWft Petition Granted For Utters Of Administration IN the Court of Ordinary yesterday li BODOUf the ChM JudKr. Sir All.in Cohymoie KTanted tlic petition of aCatOdl babel BanOeld of i I ith win aruraw •' to the estate of her late husband, Joseph Loonai it. Also gnnted war the petltton of l^iuise Hutchci Of St RstUp, for letters of AdnirnlstraUon to the estate of the late Martin Luther Butcher. His Konoui also taunted the petition Bled by the rVhUc Trustee of Itarbodos for Letters or Administration to the estate of HuKh Clarence Clarke hit ot Hart's <;> %  !>. Christ Church. The (i lei Jtwipi admitted to . Ualrma Howoll i ... AtU.iSelt7.er | =^ It Mil IX cow on i ir \;TMt11111 hIT \ \|^^^ LUNCHEON I If /' J NETS | m • •Harvest Of The Sea" tdna new in llamal Festivals will be held -t Paynes Bay Methodist Church I It will be a "Harvest of (.'' %  ntributions to the hi md vegetables as I' usually %  tbay will be % %  .i with sea urch will hold its o-imiBl Sunday Services, but at I there will be a asocial it which the poems and Bfs will be also those loiinccted with the aea. Payne's Bay is a big (Idling centre. . CLEARING THE WATER After some months of idling in i iroonaai i;-e Oovwrbment dredger la beek to work Yesterday it was i • Off) site thi i. %  %  %  %  was removing lots of black mud from the Cat FOT the whole week u;e dredger w.is ;•: work around thai an ;i The in. pad worKmi; .'round midday leavint little dearer than it was. SOS SEE SUNDAY'S ADVOCATE %  NELSOH' CALLS r : %  I, f-ady Nelson called ll.'irbii'iiii yesterday morning take passengers and a cargo of iiugai*. molasses and rum fof Canadian ports. The Nelson was rnueh interrupted in her loading yesterday i | rain whittle! i n dm Net BOO lb : %  eX|Mvled to be here foi id, tui five day*. r Sin hiouglit 63 pimsengers for %  tisits from British Gu and Bl %  %  Btitiah Northtrn Islands and Berai 1 I agents are Messrs Gardiner Au A Co. Ltd. SHIPPING RUM <> i Srnirr VIII .. yesterday %  ; .ment of %  fJootlv A (v. i %  I lerefee vm be coming ulongside the wharf to take in expected to leave port next week on her voyage to Canada. /farinu a urand ""ic at CRICKET! paJJatoua iwtal i 1 '"""" tl,T LUNCHEON and TF.A put up in convenient packages Assorted Sweet Ha tiuntU'v ft Palm i. Peek Fre.-m. C.u! .md I Piio Hh Wc We. 50c. Per Pali Pi i\ ,Mto$l M Pei Un J.KIlll Pec tin —Also— Luscious BOXM of CONTECTIONKHV small I HLACK MAQIC I'llOCO1ATES |4 Ofl |>ei bOX. iv. mitts G4e per DO, Butter Scotch lie. to 45c. per tin. Noiiuat See. and 70e per tin Try's Hazel Nuts 2/-. 3/g, 7/6 Box. ( i.li in I Red Hose 98c. ft SI .BO Boa. Cadbui %  Choi olala itisrulis S/ft 5/3 lin. Che wine Gun tc. & tie Pek. After l)ii i Minis i/IKT IM. Marr Bars 14c. ea. i • %  l ... I Be. 4-oz. Pck. c, II.II > Ben (Asst > lOc, I7c, l!i '.i, :r;. .i Fry* Bars 7c. It 12c I5e. Cart's Choc. Lunefa ISC, 1'ek Carr's Choc. Tea Cakes 8c. r.il Ii Carr's Cheese C.isps l 02 tin. Carr's Club Cheese $1 00 tin Sharp's Toffee 2/B and 3/3 tin. (due Bird Toffee l/, 4/6, ft SI H'i tin —Also— Thermos Flask 1 -Pint |1.91 Bun Qlaeati rrom 8/to 111.BO. i •: H oniiiiii \i miiii KIP I I'ltltl-S. s KNKllirS I.TI1.-AU BRANCHES % % % % % %  %  % %  • % %  .: %  %  %  .: %  %  %  %  %  .: %  .::: %  %  %  %  •.•. %  .•. %  %  %  .•. %  s.::::::::v.'S. (;.i u<< IBRUCE V.i \ lill i:ill.\li LTD. Hrad of Broad Street J '.V.V//.V.'.'.V///.V.'-'/'>'/V II \UHISO\A BROAD STREET SOLE LOCAL DISTRIBUTORS OF PIANOS 'H.J.RENN THESE PIANOS ARE FITTED WITHI lllins/i II \i i u\ IK BACKLESS lim\ I 11 wil I ill Kin I:I:I i; BROOK! \< TION AMI hi i %  I in SI <(i AI.ITY HAMMBSS 1MI Till: CABEWOBK is SOLID MAHOGANY, UK.ill.v POLISHED. IN ADDITION ALL PIANOS, (WOODWORK LI ETC) ARE SPECIALLY TREATED I" RESIST ISSI ( IS OF ALL KINDS. SUPREME IN TONE, QUALITY. AND APPEARANCE JaT* Special Introductory Cash Price $675.00 Each -e II \iciiisnvs Showroom Dept. Dial 2352 Su'eclisK Stainless Steel Cutlery llh stoi .f KNIV nd bundles. Also JOSEPH !tfx-.t:ns CUTLERY, bona handlea and bla %  : %  Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. i 11. U £ 13 BROAD -H'i i



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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATl'RDAV. FEBRUARY U. I5I 99 THE "NAKED GODDESS CLAIMS 2 MORE VICTIMS Lone Survivor Watches Comrades Pitch Their 1 have been givrn ihe first full iiccount of the disaster thri ov*a*' tcoh three Englishmen climbing the Himalaya mountaki Nangu total M N.m.J Goddan The three young men. brought tcgether while soldiering In Indu. resolved after the war to go back tu explore one of the least-known regions tn the world. Tiu-i planned to -.pend a year Mirveyiut %  gg lam; as Wales that lies IIIIUIIK the Karakoram mountain* in the most northerly corner of Pakistan. From thin barren region. sparsely inhabited by nomads and their flocks of sheep and goats, only one has returned His companions were lost either m an avalanche or by falling into a crevasse on the slopes of Nangi P.irbat. in height In M.620 ft IMn ali.ncl Mr. Richard Michael Waring Marsh, whoa* home is in Hertfordshire, is the sole survivor. He is 24. His companions were WHlIom Henry Crace. the same age. of Biakeney. Holt. Norfolk, an-1 .tamo, Whittaker Thornley. of Southpoii. Lancashire, who was 27. It had not originally been intended to climb the -Naked Goddess". But other plans had to be abandoned when permission to remain (n the Karakoram ter ritory wa> withdrawn by the Pakistan Government. The ibna mtn decided th'it either than return home at once '!,•> %  m uM explore the mountain. which Is the aaventh highest in the world Vn moR has W" succeeded In rlimbiafl lo it* summit. it has claimed (he litv.t of more climbers Ihaa any other Himalaya'! pro*-. Iil< IIVI 1 old The three explorers and four Sherpa porters established their Pas* Camp—a hut and tents at a" altitude of 12.500 feet—by Novem bat 11 last They were at this height or above ii lor the next six weeks, enduring billiards, avalanches, imd intense cold. The porters refused to go beyond Camp I. which wa e lablUhed off n glacier nt 14,650 feet. Tmy spoke of their relatlvea who had died on the mountain and ol Its terrible reputation. Sc. the three men were leit uuane UvA| in two lent* m which they cooked on o Primus atove. Their staple diet was pemmican. o kind of dried meat. But they had also tinned tongue, biscuits, chocolate, and shortbread. They drank tea and toeoa. During rfte foeflre's plays, and amid ftou'llfia irind and the occasional thunder of an avalanche performed "Macbeth". Sometimes Thornley tany operatic airs. Every day Marsh read a portion of the Bible. Last Camp 18,000 ft. Up II. sun II % vis NOW! Dental Science Reveali MOOf THAT MUSHING TEETH KICHT AFTEP EATINO IS THE SAFE. EFFECTIVE WAT TO HELP STOP TOOTH DECAY with Colgate Dental Cream ^fesS* 1 MANNING & CO., LTD. AGENTS URRAYS .. MILK STOUT EDINBURGH SCOTLAND mountain to set up Camp 2 On November 18 Marsh had to to back to Base Camp because froat-bilten feet made him a hindrance He expected hia two friends would join him within a few day. But they went on up. IK/SW Marsh followed their movements ~ through field glasses He saw them dav by day carrying food and rampuntil they had reached %  height of 18.000ft Then Marsh and two porters set out from Base Camp. They took six hours to reach Camp One. Soft snow reduced progress tn llll M\\ WHO < AMI: HACK RICHARD MARSH set oul wtlh two friends to explore the unconquered "Naked GeddewT mountain { llnallv leave lb r ive days were lost through this mountain until he had made two miahap. n i %  Mights—L E 8. Rupert and the Blue Firework-30 ViM*",-' Rupert and the Blue Firework$J| r'ei&Zj wasn Kuprt i* saiely on the ground again ht looks urclullv *< the square boa snd (ha balloon. I wonder what w'd Setter do now," he munnur*. "Thii thing b*to.ij(i to che inventor. 1 wish I knew how to lei ihe lilting g*a out of a. If we let go ol ii. a will ahoot op agaia." As they roovt lowudi the foresi thtra it %  show trom Pong-eW. "I can *e your Dsddr, air. Ber ( over there." he call*. "Oo, I'd like to show him ihii ibing," tries Rupert. Let'* tie k to aoenerhing." 5o lhay find a urong old (tec stump to which they iaaien the bslloon. Then they nmptr iwiy (ogeihei over the hiluidc. M*k**mtmMBmmWI %  he hill-top ihr httle p.U loak m *he diretti-i thit Pong>Pmg potitti .iml ihete. >urr rnouih, in IBM oVstaaea %  • Mr. Be. They mil to mm him jitd he mm* m turpnte lo tneei them. Whji* been h*pMO ni Sr ashs. "The fog di%  prei-rd qu'e luddenly tvl than I u* i aelloon >n |ht >l>v. |>u' .ijppeared, too." **Yt* I.' 1 liughi Rupett _. inert, feeing how puriled ha Diddy looki. he irili him ihe whole story. Mr. Rear Kutehe* hn heed. Thit man ahouldn'i hive atnt yon up like ihat." he ages *letiml|(. T'unk goodnea* yew ee •lie." Rupert and the Blue Fimvork—32 Rupert and the Blue Flrework~~33 M-. let va,i th.i ii it high nme he look Rupee home, but the ln!e bear beai him to comr and look -t the haifcox -hS he has le* :tn tirr •\utnp. So they My up the h.ll.,dr. but when thry trwh t)i* ip > UI p(u* wssta ioihem, lot hh the haftoon and the equate t>U aomeone moving about in the wood," he cnee. Rttgert and Mr. Bear re* urn IUSI in nme to aee a trtch Daddy he mutt has* the baifcwr, He knew heav the liituig g*> oat ot 1 §M ,i ibe thest t amuse bag I When the i*mt*ef has gstts [Pong-Ptng *ajeM io Run. "Wei | I'm glad re have seen thai funny nun." he It ugh i. "I shan't be I fria|aiinid any more at thsagi that I hapoe,, i„ the iere.t. When tltow •odrlr.. dull know i h,. pj, tn But when Rupert home and tell* the whole < ear she doesn't ihat invenror %  a no to all thai "You might IK itory laugh. "I rj %  illy k'*y* i roubk," ah. have Boa ^ thOI balLo^ it would b lake a tlroi syrup: Nil ail HM • HliiXYtB ih H n doesn't like log got tuat t oi m, honte made A New A*Ufn:uri JomerrtrkOwing to delay caused by irregular shipping services the Advocate regrets that it has been compelled to curtail its daily cartoon strips for a short period. Meanwhile all available strips as they arrive will be appearing in this space. 1 lOI.LOW THE BFAI'TY CARE OF SOCIETY* MIVEMEST WOMEN EVERYWHERE " riesrt Trouble or a parslytlo etr%  "4 you should start treatment %  %  us*. The eery first does of Nc (forrneilr known u H>n. a r — iiedlcel dlicovery, reduce* IH(h Bit"' Preee'ire and makee ou feei eean feaaeer tn a few day* Get Neict nr ohm<*t teds*. It la jr-ierta snake sou feel weJ*.n i ,-neaer We* m re'.ara $10**1 ,0**" Klll.5 PAIN SR"2KiK2!EK: 10-DAVS .NEWS FL1SH i ir*r OVKR Titr i *j i B* Monica ItaUwIn, A MORNIKO AT TUB OFFICg lv rnr MtHaaaataW, IIIIIX-XIN MAHIIHMIL < Christian Science I ii-'ailiiijj Room 1ST FLOOR, BO WEN Sr SONfe !toun : 10 am.— 7 p.m. Tuesdays, Weducadaja, Fridays 10 am— 12 o'clock Saturdays. !*>•* a>nm IS* nible en< lha Christian Meleaee Irai-bnok. •• %  ear* aitd %  >eii* wlii' ol theInersagggg our products ai still beat value to-day On sale al all geod stares / I



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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY M. IMI IIAKIIVIMIS \l)\.l( \l I rAGE SEVEN I CLASSIFIED ADS. TCLtMOfil laoa Tht Charge for innounirwMi „ B*eUta, Marriage-*. DHIM Arena*. lntrr*!.i. and In Mtmwin netk-a .. • < 0* wreBi-da** and |1 SB an turda). K.. en) i.un.kM of .or** up lo M, *r4 3 MAM M wr.ij an >*ea-da>. and 4 Mill par wore en fAindai* for earn (.JdiLanal word Tqr Bi.tr... Married* or Engagement NMuMtMiih in Canb Caillnj 1h rhaig* w UN for any number of ward* up lo to and 0 ranli par word (or m %  drutlonal word Tarnta ra*h Pneae t*M between I IB and am. 1111 lor Baalb Mallra* onlj |te. I p m DIED llALtOM-T, febi.,ar!3I.I Brlliari Guiana. Mulnrr M.| DaiUtn. •ABU—Or rebruer* 13rd ISM. at hi. residence, (tend Swat. Sajrighutown. S*. Peier. Prank Bart*. Ilia funeral leave, ilia aba** reeldeear* jt 4 p.m %  •day for th* SH Peter'. C*met*r% Mr* Mabal Branrn iiURI. Mr*. Clement JammoU mMtr flladct or* Branch laephewi NlftBTrVOAtE-O7ebruar> lth. New York Dudie^ Allan N.rhte. gale nph*w o( Mr*, rrencee Lew of. "Francl** Ct—pwow t City Tfcc(unaral loak pi-c* an pabtuary IMh at Jersey Ceertetetifranc** tw. D'rret Xigntengal* lertfel. In** Anderron. NY. Prieatlev Loan N Y Catharine Lamberl. NY Lionel F.d. PWD iBarbedo.. Mill IUM *"•'" rbg-a* law* t* rcata aad eg real* Jraed*** M vorda — are* M **-s. > reali a u*'d uk-4 teat* *a*a*| aerate**. HOUSES %  oral A laaataaiaMi I houaa Ma* well i Copa* lQr tat I March Phono. M4J u •alow a ... and alt modern aad' Friedman •a I a.. .. %  a. Apply I _*9?*"~^ n around floor o( tliw.ir OKI "-op -n.MbV lor flower ir<.p or Or***,. Counte. Apply in wr-tirf W lha Secretary. Ma, lair Cm She*. aisi-in. ram raaruat %  aawnmant. %  alr.heaa. fre-m fdwuary en war a*, faanihly or Mherwlae. I double bcdr*me wNn .ingle Simmer* beditead*, chlldraa, i roam Ulning room and launge Bafrigerata""*" room. Apply Haw* % %  13.1 11 tin ri'm. it xti i i is T. i raau pa* aad II cm* "•UMM lar PI aaMMaaja lie* oa Saadevs. Wee. II Sa aa eso*.da**i NOTICE undai|nad far lha Mareh d >tur*lai il Th. aupplt of fre-l •aUawiaj ap %a ft Mtn> m b.ik (.>. a* Fraah Heat for the rid Drjiau : %  The auppu Almihouaa I Th. .oppk-. .-.i Medx 'or lha AlPMliaiaai _. m TNrcoi.vr.aan of paupera <•• Ta and from lap Almabauaa In and tram any part o( the Pariah fb> Ta ana from lha AJaaaneuaa or an> part of th* Pariah to and •• O-naral Haapttal S) The Aurtal l F>aupera M Uw Cemetery from (be Almihaiita or an* part i lha pad.*, %  M* Q. • CORBtN Clerk of thd Paot Law Guardum •l Peter Mill ai Nona ll.n, ; FOR HAU Mlntmam charge •.•*•* Tl raalf St real* •andaui 14 imrrda — over M I'O'd Sun4av AUT0MOT1VK CAR — UN Dadie. BsrelleiM tondiIWn. Sulfabap (or 1..1 Apply C. A. C Bathlea. rVrrv Gap. K.b.k Snort. or Department o( A|Tl(til1iirr Mill lr, CAB IBM Mom* Oaiard. purcruued Jon* Cirnd rnndilton. on %  • mornlliB at Polar Product*. Hirkrtt Upti tlmea. Phone SI-M. tar rot available till March Tlh 33 SSI.—*n CAR—Hlllm.n 11 HP Mileaae a.OOO Ju*l re-pilnlrd IritliPi upl'.Uirr* Dial OnVe Mil. home a*t> II 3 51 -in CAR -One ID Dodge IMS Model 5-letter Far pclvate or tnl ie Go.-1 conililion. 1I.0D0 milea Apply: Manar. Marine Hotel SUM—an. 1-ORRY—One %  . S-lon lorry in perfect • Lap*. Llcenae until June. Apply: t". E C Bethel I. rratnd.hlp PUnUtlon. Phone 4141. M i yi :ii PICK-UP One Dodge Pick-up In work|pg order Apply. B Cola A Co. Ltd. Rnebuck "Xreet II I H-l I n. FURNITl'RK I I RNIll It — llalph Heard offer* the following bargain* in Brand New furniture for a limited lime | John Brinartvaad Vpnghl Piano ISN 00, Mahogany Dining Chair. Ill DO a pr. Mag Tub Chaim UiM a pr ; Mag Bad-end. 1 ft B In*. 130 W g pr i Bed-end* 4 tl • in*. 135 00 a pr. ; Mag Bureau* $1i 00 each. Mahogany Cocktail Table, from W 00. Birch Chain /ISM a pr: nol forgetting a numerous variety of high claa* .econd hand furniture. Par vn.iri call in Hardwood Allay opan dally from a a m. le 4 p m. Breakfast Tlma Ineluiive Mt5l-n 1*1 HI H SALES ond U raau pa* apala Ha* on .Oundgul. mimmum eaorpa |l M „ .raek^ta*,, ond Jin-.^i-* %  %  AlCTION I (1I0M BALK OF PBOpgRTf At MS.. M.IH On Thuraday ne.i ih* 'pi M.rrh al I oriorh al nxy ofltra. Maaiuir lane one property al King's Street called Boiirba, Cottage U con.i.t. of Wall \erandah. Drawing and DtiTina Koonu I Bedx-Hi... Bath. Kllehen. Water and Light, and the land on which it aland*. Inapacuon an appl-ratlo.. to the lenanl. J ; .r parurular. ** DAryy A. Hcatl. Mjgaiine Ian* M-l.SI-aK AlCTION BAU nr HOI ai: On Wadnaadav ne>l Ih* Mtn B | j -rlaah on th* apol .n W.ter Hall land. Wmm Hall. On* la a houaa III good rnn a w igii. Miut b* *w DA.C A. Kcolf. Auclionaer -!; % %  .: %  REAL ESTATE ORANDVICW-Balhlhebo Three >3> Bedroomed Bungalow, ilandlri*; on 14.111 M*uare feel of land Offer in writing far I inn Co Jimei A. Lynch It QL yj up to 4 p m M4h Feb.ua.. IMI II S II-in AI PWabuck Si ret A iwo etarey Wall BulMlnaj an 4.311 aq II af land Do-M.li. -Hair *or. Room, and Garage Up.l.m* 4 bedroom Drawing and Dining room. etc. FTontag* 43 ft. Depth 100 ft A aourtd In: M. Abliadi Di.i tfr.1 iti.ii ta. The und*r*lgned will aat up for -air al than odVc* No II High llrect. Bridge %  own. on Friday the Snd day of March ftg lllnghoi railed rray LIVESTOCK HORfiC i %  %  har p.inirulara Apply R. Rmilh, Oreeri Field Edghlll i I Mgn g|dL lor Varaaa -'Cave Hill near TWO HOHSCS. HARNESS and on* iH Cart. Going cheap. Apply: S B. Coll Co Ltd. Roebuck Street MISCELLANEOUS BATHS — In Porcelain E-amel. In Whit*. Green. Prlmroae with matching unit, lo complete colour aultaa. Top grade. A. BARNCB A, Co Ltd. CURTAIN FITTINGS-For nriHt will dow •tyling. light control. Valancea jn (Iraperlea. By Kirv'i Dial 4411 A Mli-VF.H CO.. LTD. II Mi i I i MODFJINTOI-D DOOPS—Th* dlitln guiihed aolutlon to rout apecul architectural problem of door cloeure*. Bcr**rra. movaWe partltlima Dial 44TI A DARNER A CO, LTD. n Ml %  In VENETIAN BLLNDS. Kltach *in-alr %  11 metal De Luxe Venetaln bllodi, lo your "ie>. delivery 3 weeki DUI 44TC A BARN ES A CO LTD. _'"-"_" WE buy and *ell houaehold agulpmen! of all deKTiptton. Owan T. Allder. Roebuck Sirael Dl*l SIN WAIX PLAQUBS — Wllh figure, -n relief of aparlallv beautiful deaan 13 00 Upward*. V. De LIMA A Co., Ltd 30 Broad Strcat. IT S.ll—Tn. WINDOW GLASS — Sparkle Flaweiad Shoal and Plat* Giaa* lac all ra*arU. W ful lo yatir raqulrem*nta. G. W HUTCHINMON at Co. Lid. Dial 4SM. ISJU-lOn WANTED Minimum chorp* vaek Tl real* dad M inn .Vtadoi.i SI ii-nrdi — oaae M ipnrdi s real, a i*ord iu#ek—4 ttm trord Saodapf. HELP A COOK OR MAID nobody without rrferenca. need apply. Mr. Uaai Merlon Lodge. Collynvora Rock. M.II1-an. susoi.l.imill An ..client ag. tunlly awalta a llaaairapher daairaua ol obtaining permanent employment with attractive remuneration Apply lo Brad•haw at company PO Bo Ma uaai • MISCELLANEOUS WAXTfll TO BgNT KOL'Sf* aTUNGALOW OB F u-m.had Fnr Match and April phone Mil. Mr* Boa Mill In M)t ARIAM4.-AII a la*, or concrete wllh glava fr-nl l-arge medium or amaU AIM> alan h-.wl^ and batlery glaa. jar. II F Shearn. Phona tall Bill—>ri Empty JEFTBEYS BJEDR eartana— rumplete with Inner partlUafii al 34-' r-ach—daltvrred to the Wartfaauaa ol S IV M ,%wn. Son 4k Co Lid. Blerhead II I M an Lodga" with the land lhaieta by eallmallon 9300 IQ faal, Kluate -I Upper Bay Street. St Michael, lha ridene* ot th* lai* A. C. Oragvag. In-peallon by appolnlmanl with Mm Ida Oi.iv.. Telephone No. MM. For further particuU.. and condition, of .air. apply to — COTTLi;. CATTOBD d> CO Ml SI -ion The parrel of land cantalnlng I.Ml wjuara reel with lha Building* thereon. %  Ituata la I.uva. Blreet. Bridgetowri. adjoining th* property of the Barbadar Telaphona Company Umlted and at pro%  ant occupied % %  lo part by the Obaarvar part by HIM Cadagan rupee lion by application to th* tenante Par further particular! and condition of •ale. apply ta;— COTTLE CATFOHD A CO.. No. IT High Streel. Bridgetown 14-1 tl—ISn MODERN BUNGALOW Overlooking Golf Cour**. 3 Bedroomi. Drawing and ng Room.. Gallery Garag* and loua gamea room underneath Apply: Ion NlrhoU* Telephone PUO ShipTrailing Co Limited 500 Shnre. Darbadm Co-operative Cotton Factory I ISO Sriarai Barbadoa Fir* ice On. Limited. M Share. Barbadoa Foundry Umltad. 1 Sharaa Bartudoa 1c* Co Limited i snaiei Knight* limited ISS Shor*. R.pi.ulo. Telephone Co U:nlied. The above .hare* -III be ottered to .bllc competition on Friday net lha a.:d March iMi. al 3 m. at the ..fice under ilgnad. CARRLNGTON A SBAI.V I .i.e.sueet 34 Ml an. OtTFOiH a-Hl be received bIhe u Ceraigiied up to Ihe IMh day of Mar •V for Hi* building known aa Call land not included' ait noted at Do* Coaat Ch. Ch The Punrhaaar to dam llih ihe building, and clear the lai within thirty day. from the date purchase. K. r McKrN7IF Meet* St M..T.. IMMIMIV COLLEGE OF THE WEST INDIES AppliratMtn. ale invited for tha following poaUlatturer or Aaalitanl Lecturer in Cnemlatrrr. Th* dutiaa of th* peat will include leeching In inorganic chamlatry. AoMilant Laeturar In Botany Aatlrlant Lecturer In Malhemallca. AHlH.nl Iigelurer In Koologv f*elary -ealee aa follow*:-Lecturar £000 x 15 — Can pa. Aaaiatant Leeturer A4U SB 4Ma pa. Paint ol entry In ac-ale according lo quallflcatlona ,r.d eaperience. Coat of living allowance £40 pa tor .ingle peraana. CM pa for m-nlad perrona. F S S V Unfurnlahed ..,-ommodatkin at '. of aalary ChiW allowance £T pa par child imiilmum A110 p.a.) AppllcationaiaK copiail With tha namee of three referee* and full **t..iU pi quallflcallarui and aap**rtai*ce ahuuld be arm to Ihe Secretary. Inter-Untvarall> Council lor higher EducaUon In Ihe Coloniea. I Oordon Square. London WC I from wham further particular, may be blamed Ooeu.g data JUt March IMI M.l.S1-ln ARBADOS IN TBE ABIISTANT i "i i OF APPRAI BX WORKMKNS COMPTNSATKmT ACT. IU NOTICF. I. hereby given lhat HERMAN PlLUHIM. an AaeWlant Mechanic ployed at Scawell A..port. died reaull of an imury received by him thai compenaation hat been paid ( atari ALL the dependantof the Herman Pilgrim idec*aa*d> -r* hereby required lo appear al the Aeal.ta.it Cour of Appeal on Wedn**d*% 14th dav o March 1M|. .1 io a .ii Daled Ihi. IPin da. aj February. |M| r. G. TALMA Acting Clerk. AM.iani Court of Appeal NOTICE l-.-r. Re Katate of Rt^NCRE SKFFTF. deveaapg. NOTICE I. hereby given perenrur having any debt aial.ua or affecting the i Bbnehe Skeet* deeeaaed. loooner-i Hill, in the pariah of Saint Michael in thi. l*iand Spln*ier who '•u-d In the uarl.h of Salnl Mirh.iel on (.ueated lo Bend In partirulara of Ihetr claim, duly a Heat ed to t-ir .nidrKignrd i:\IMANUEI. FTTXPATRICK JiMlNtHlN W....Ui .ed Baeculor of Ihe will of ih. ^id Bunch* fMaate dacaaeed, c o Haynae A (irlfnth. Hollclluri N.i It High Street. Bridgetown, on or before the lath day of April. IMI after which dale wa ehall proceed to diatiibuU ihe aaaeu al the deeeaard. among ihe parti*! entitled thereto having regard oi.l v io auch claim* of which we ahall then have had nellee and we will ,>! be liable for the a*eet* or any pan H rrrof dlrlrlbuted to any pareon ol whoee debl *r claim we ehall not then have had notice. And all peraon* Indebted lo Ihe (aid • %  Mate are lequrated to aellle Ihetr iriaebirdnei. wiihoul dela> Daled tin. Bth day of Februar,-. IHI F.MVANl'BL F(T7, PAT HICK JiHINSON W...ilifted F-cc.tor of Ihe Will of Blanche Bheet*. deceaaed. 10 I II—4n. NOTICE PARUB OP IT. LUC %  raon* owing Parochial and High i>e* to Ihi* pariah are aaked l lam* withoul further drlav. 01 III be collected according to l.. O L DEANT. Parochial Ttreaurer. •t Lucy 34 1 31 -4n I'NIVEKRITV COLLEGE OF THE WEST INDIES Application* are invited (or the lowing paeM — Lecturer and Awntant 1*ctur*i LaUn. Lecturer or AaalMa.it Lecturer Bpanlth AaaiMant Lecturer In Hlitorv dune* of the poet will include teachin. In Britiah HUlorv A MI .tent Lecturer In MathemaiicAaaiatant Lecturer in Ehgliah Salary calea n* foil...1..IIM. Xa0 > acaoo pa. AaelaUnl Laeturar A4W |RgloO pa. Point of entry la rcale according to qualitVaiion. rod eiperience. Coal of living allowance £40 pa. lor tingle pereoru. £M pi (or married perron* PSB U Unfumi.hed corrunod-.ti.. ..i *npl lary Child aliowanc* £T0 pa per child ima.imum 710 pa I Application* irii copien llh Ihe namea of three referee* and full detail* of qualification* and cxpiilcncr ihould bo *ent tn the Secretary. Inb f... Higher Education in the Colonie.. Cardan Bquaie. Loivdon. WCI. from whom further particular* may be obUlned Clo.lng date 31.1 March IMI. 34 131—'n I A Iri.n.ll> IN.lt. > To Spain Will Continue • l>>*n page 1 IS I'li-.nciiiiii-a, One rvgson it lhat in* tTlltod Stales Is loo pre-otxtujiawi •viin urovrding eqtilpmenT for her arniArrir.it p remedy In part AI ia>ut % crepuPcy between in* 10 d I* had v/hru the Korean ;if a ; aUrtard and .7S mviaiona whtrti ofticiaU sa* Ruuiri hgi reaaon la thai the United States North Alia ntii* Treaty partner* have a prior .laim on rajctl •rrnj and equipment its the United States I.H Champ. It was n two best ol three set. l^gall won the ilrsi game 21 — 15 hut in Ihe s-cor, Stoutc. he did mart attack-in: and delighted the crowd with l.ia sneaky forearm slams. Tho two fames however went to Legall 21—19 and 21—11 In the Junior matches of Munich! Len Butler. Trinicltnl fj bowler, lost his three acts lo John Bynoe. Rawle Phillips and Blnlr Murray. Th* reault* were aa follow* Legall bet Grermdge 'ftSI, 31 —10 Butler tort to Dvn lo.i lo B Murr. SI '4 Jl I Harbour Log IN CARLISLE BAY Touch With B.rb.do. Coa.Ul Sutioa <-. leh 1 gj | Mh Baagtee sci%  1 II B* h Mai \n. H AftaiYAI* PERSONAL The public are hereby warned again*! Fivlng credll lo my wile. Winl(r*d Sheet* me* Allmrni a* 1 do not hold myrelf r**pon>ible for her or anyone el** contracting •*>' debt or debts in mv name unlaaa by a winter, order algned by me. rumad cHAiti r-s sKjgrn. We.lb.irv. Boad. -^ckwICII Gap Si Michael "III Si. eonCM I IMMEDIATE CASH lor dlamnnd leweL lery. old China, .ilver and ShrrT.-ld Plate Phone 44N or call at OlRntNCta. adlomlng Bo>*l Vachl Club M.I .SI -T FM. IMMEDIATE CASH lor broken Jewelle.v. (old nvirgrt*. com. miniaturejad' OH B W I siamp. nORItlNOES. Antique Shop. DUI 44IS. iaS!I -t f n LOST OOU> CHAIN A I Strand field Chain necklace, d.inng week-end af lain February. Anvotir giving information toward* recovery of earn* will be wr rewarded. Apply In perron la Marl* Parlour over Alexander Ba; :"!U2 m SWEJCfBTAKr. TICKET—Berle* Z g*T4 Finder peaaae return to Bupert Jackmin. Lena* Bead. BtitVine Hill UNIVERSITY rOLI.EGE OE THE WEST INDIES Applicationi are invited for appointment aa B***d*nt Tutor* In the Department of E*tra>Mural Studie. Salaron ih* acair A4O0 x S3 ataoo pa. point of entry deterrnlned by qja• %  >! ,..!<. %  and experience Coat of llv£40 pa. lor Blrigl* per%  ..r.ed peraon. FSSU ire up to CIS0 Pa. Child lowance for i LueU mm LVMMI Ca.pt J Brn I %  Clark*, far Btitiah CT Or •• M rector. IBM I %  %  Alma Pennant. 1 KU> t.>r Caasr, <>">• I Capt .. Am.,.go Vee%  .' K.laan %  Aleaa PilUaeMaa: •* T ... i ll*,..li*. .* Mu.I..iu .. ScukBW ... • Nauw Amaierdam %  • %  -. %  Suin PlMuor: • *. S Paula. SuLiad *. Alcoa Clipper. .. Al..l raa| n e4or. M Alcoa Pilgrim. .. Patella. •* Ampar Waahlngloi.. %  Meat, >* ftuccanneer RATES OF EXCHANGE CANADA Februar. U IBM .i eque* on n...era S) I IB-, pr Demand Dratu Bi • %  pr Sight Draft. M B 10 pr i Cable Currency SI S'lo*j pr %  I.O.I ll\>1IM >OIH IS QothCfl I Ffi';iliiiin-il BERLIN. Feb 21 R:isi Qcrauny rad -. Die aboliti'"! of ..im. f ihe rationing I ck the*, and ItntUts Knitted goods, shirts, ilocking* nd b.iby rsutfltl together with all types of shoes 11 lalloned. All other clothing i.ril fab-ic is free from rationing The official announcement Which said the derationing decree comes into force next Monday alau an. nounced price cuts of from ten it) forty per cent. In State co-oper... live stoic* Rcuter WELL KNOWN niBl.i: SCHOLAR AND LE( TURF.R HERE WAhiTFI) FO CASH I srd Postage Stinas Of Ihe Brltlah W*-l IndleePrice, paid al the Caribbean Slamp Social v. No. ID Swan Street ORIENTAL I.IITS! THANis ar NEW BOOKS "THE GOD THAT FAILED" S'ix Studies in Communism "CHOBUS OF ECHOES" by Ellerton Trevor "HALO FOR NOBODY" by Henry Kane "WHITE FANG" by J.ck London IVTF.RLLDE FOR ALWAYS" by Molly Seymour "MY WORK AT SURETE" by Jean Belin "FAMOl'S AND INFAMOUS CASES by Sir Palrirk ferJtlagl a *l Aivoeate Statioaerj Prof. RAYMOND Q JOLLY. ecutlve Truste.ol th. i Layman* Home Missi..nar\ i Movement of Philadelphia able Bible scholar an" lecturer, will speak I %  %  fuecn's Park on Sunday, a' p.m. His subject will L> "Christ's Second Coming" His mnny friends and Bilile students are I forward to his visit it time. Prof. Jolly h.i accepted the position at %  live Trustee I Mnverr.ent. and Mtl Editor and Publisher oJ lhMovement's two and other I also as Pastor of the Epif.l any Tabernacle at Phlladi.phia Since he began hi i Inlerdenomin^tinnal Bprvic aa n travolliriK If has travelled i'Xiejisivcl> in "'I foreign courtrie*. ipcakiriK bai ences which nttcn nunibert-1 Into the thousand also been active m BUrile research for many years and emu* religious puhliratioi i.lilic is cordial > i Invited y< hear him taSllvei i this timelv addres" Th<-<, will be no admiasion cha"ge 111 or collection POST OFFICE NOTICE A1K MMI.S rAN'CFUJMpn i '-. With alleJcl from I si March. inica and SI. Vin.cnl W|U M closed at the OaH llnws: — Honduras Dominica .. S! Vincent do. An M i %  OaasjartJ 23rd Pebruary, ittsi tt.OO a.m. Saturday 2.00 p rn Wtxlnesday 2.00 p.iv Wednesday 9 00 a.m. S. %  • % %  WATERWORKS DEPARTMENT Paymtnt of Water Rntei Consumers Who hi Id water rates in rcspo.t nf the qUBfteT M IMI, anherein MtlSaad Uaai laalOaa these rales arc | inthe 28th of February. 1851, the I>narlinent, as v M f UM Watcrw.irks Ael. 1895-1. may atop th> \>.. i UM premise! in respeci of "Inch .uch rates arc payable. •ItfWI I CUttknjJ 'h" the pipe to such pi %  .. %  proceedings to recover p.' due. 21 2 ai-2n CHANCERY SALE The unrl %  %  tale *a*rciHiate at i %  i Pail i ... •' % %  %  ; %  %  %  -. ami aauiulina %  Und. let* of a. B Small but now .. ,,.,... Kith ihme** U age or dwelllne hoo i.tnei ihe i • %  '" eieited and bul .1 II... nefendanl II i Wlt.l.IAMB. irar-ln-Charaser,. |s Pabmarv IMI WHAl'S IN A SAM! • I A you Know Uki Fv > FOR SALE MEDMENHAM PINE HILL A very BtM I Uy situated I % %  HoUN l'l.i. arvd %  .il propOl %  ri.M H('.HHIIIIl.llll>li Cttlllrjfiotl dining Uaai lonmi, 4 l*dII < hutler's pantry, i rant*' rooms. garage. fernery. poultry lc There is a two^^ %  a^ cnii H grounds are well laid out with lawns, (lowering shrubs • i gardens. The whole properly has a plea a%  of ihe older i home in thi exclusive area. M. RKAL KI1TATE AGENT At'CTIONEM 1-I.ASTATIONS Bl'ILDING 'Phone 4610 WE ABE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT OUR NEW PREMISES IN PINFOLD STREET ARE NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS. a tt> ran tupplu you U'illi GASOLINE. LUBRICATING OILS, SPARE PARTS and ACCESSORIES, alo BICYCLES, PARTS and ACCESSORIES a WE HAVE THE FACILITIES lo do tho SERVICING and REPAIRS MCMuiry lor Ih. upk.p ol your car a .11 VI IlltllVlll A NEW SHIPMENT OF STANDARD VANGUARDS AND TRIUMPH MAYFLOWERS a iaT~ For hnllm Inlormallon call ai . CHELSEA GARAGE (1950) LTD. PINFOLD STREET SHIPPING NOTICES MONTREAL. AI'STRAIXV NEW ZEALAND LINE. LIMITED • MAN 7. LINTi V *J -TOefOAaiBO-' i. I Melbourne Feeeuar-. StHK SMtr,, I-' % %  SMI. P...!,,,, U.n • v riyaaa at Barbada* *arlv April. IMI Thra vaaaat Kae ample epaee lar Hard r.oaen and OeneTBl %  arpa Cargo a eaaplnd an fhraugri Bill. *t rlth iranahlprneni at Trinidad Owlasn, Berbedo*. Windward aid Leeward lalanda Fui further particular* apply — LRNEU. WITHV CO. LTD. and Da COBTA A CO LTD. Trinidad. Barbadoa. B W I B W I %  ThM V CAttlTlBCT %  w.ll <<"*n Cargo and P aan iiga n (or Dranuura. Antigua Montarrr*! Merle and M Kitta SaUingv 11 ula v SSid >n*t Th* Acn MARV B CAROLIN8 will aeeept Carga and r.aeeiufrr* far Dammn. Sailing Wedneaday 11.1 IrvM BWI. SCMOONBB OB'NUtS ASSOCIATION Lv*C TaL 4M1 t jga^ A0COO, SieamA/up fa NEW TOnil KEUVICE "Maheii" tall. 3rd Pebruarv a.l INHOINU Naraa .1 saip l. OA 1'SNNAHT \U OA IMHIKI* AU" PI Dm ANT" Mils minis Aaaivrs r*br..ar> S*l rebiuer* Old Meich gth March Bth taaeaa aattj VBrrh sard April srd NoaniNoi MI S "AtrOA PK.Nr.ANT Th*a> na.li Kae* n-.il-* KOBHRT THOU I.TP Naw Yors and Oalf aWrrlea. Apply: DA 008TA OO, LTD.-Cana*Uaa aWrrlcg. HARRISON LINE OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINOD0M SS PROSPEC'Tcin" R S TACTOH 1 i B '"nuaiwfnir :; S STATUMAN" S S SI'IAKIII s PACIFIC STAR" Irom (llaxflow 1 III,",. M,broUKh A T^IUIIPII Lw i dttB Uvmool I 3r,l Ttb. Bit. rrli •IK Fob I7U1 i". i ntii rb. Our RarkuU* 2ih rak mih r#i>. 24lh r<*. Sill Mar. Hth Mar. (ill. Mnr. HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM s s "PLANTER s STRrATHAM HILL" For U B*MI Liverpool rlown la. lUrhaao* 2nd Marrh 20UI rb ror furthar Information apply to DA COSTA A CO.. LTD.-AfenU PASSAGES TO EUROPE Contact Antilles Products. Umlted. Roseau, Ijomtnia,. for aail HI: to Europe. The uitial porta of call are Dublin, London, ot Rotterdam. Single fore £70; usual reductions for children. /af' rw WANT A in."-.*ii urn a 'in pslul. a wall palnl. a heat pabU, %  dull palnl. a brlihl palnl. a cheap palnl. an expenslvr palnl, (all al TUE t i\lU\l. tCMPQHUJM "I Mi.mil Sin. : A 1 CENTRAL KuCNIiHY LTD— Proprietors Tin* Cocm.l1 PeanuU .i.il Criarrlee Tin* CocKlail hiaigra Meat Roll* Polled Meat ata.tdaHh Spread O* uil Boup Veset.l.le S-.np, Aapaiagu* Soup ChleSen Soup T.iinaM Soup Carrot*, ifHiced and wltolei B*e KaMMfH Phga Blancmange Jell..* Bat* loled Cream Sliced Bacon. STtARl & SAMPSON ITD. Ilradquarlers lur Beat Run. -..','e'-'e'e*e*e*,'e'e'e'e'-'-'-'e^'e'e*-','*FREE BIBLE LECTURES by Prof. R. G. JOLLY or Pa.. USA. Sunda*. XSUi, p SB CHHlST'e bKCoND COM INC —Why'' Mow,' Wlien.' WednreMlai. Mill t p.m. IMI. -IUDOMENT DAY" How long will it be' 1* It lo bo feared" Is there any hope beyond the HUM-'.' Al THE STEEL SHED Ql'EEN'H PARK Auspices of The Laymen's Home Missionary Movement \(lm!"-iod storage. M da i.v ihe IngM M.n*fMl*ia oi A******* Kcfrii;erul'irs in llrilnin, by lb* Il,-imri;raliy Sealed Pi. Wvi. FOGARTY LTD. Representative for the West Indies. \ f t f .,.,.,,,.,., -ssssssss, ;;'.'.:-,:%'ss.:".*.'**i*'-'**W'W''J'''*



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ESTABLISHED 1395 Tories Would Win K Elections Were Held Now LONDON, Feb. 23. ^\ YEAR AGO Friday, Prime Minister Clement Attlee's Labour Government squeezed through the closest general election in 100 years of British politics, to keep control of Parliament. Near unani mous opinion then was that another election would have to be held within months. It was not. With only an eight vote working margin in the House of Commons, Mr. Attlee managed to avert defeat on any major confidence vote. But statistics on special elections held since that time — as reliable as any election forecasting can be .show a steady drift of voters RWiT from Socialists and a corre-' spending Rain for Churchill's Conserv. Those nmiifs Indicate that if •leiid now. Chur'hill's Conservatives would win Briton Ma) Command Atlantic Pact Sea Fones LONDON. Feb. 23. British Pr.mc Minister Clement Attire .started study of II< jipl>nintment. government control. Tf explain why the selection of the dute for the next election is | i closely by Attlee, and why Churchill has striven constantly in beat the Socialist* in Parliament OQ any issue that would force them to resign and call a ii. • tion. I'RICE : i i i wide vote la.t February 23 there have been 11 special elections in Britain occa.. nations wake I of parliamentary member*. Dftool O tb Inland where lines were not clearly drawn on the Conservative-Labour batth In ihe other 10. Labourites reI had \ i ; % %  • Anil B -' idle II"' House of Com up was not changed, Of ... sight into public opinion change Attlee's task is complicated by fttad th..t \sith Anglo-Amcneuii relations not at thoir best. Attlee had to decide whet nor to make this another source of dispute bttWMD the iwo countries. Informed sources said Truman ar.d General Eisenhower wanted an %  i in the post and had aKi.-'il • >n Feehtcler as the man for the Job. nut Churchill joined by sea-proud Britons of u'l parties utesl against tint nrmider". The squabble Ce n tre d on two factors: lirstlv. what part of the British Navy a United Btatai Admiral would %  •command". Secondly United States admiral thould be In command at all in view of hni iln'i long experience In naval affairs. -. — B V P Troops Beat Re^fs Back 7 Miles I HIS IS WHAT KENSINGTON OVAL LOOKED 1 IKE after Ihe r.bi. yr%terda third day of the ft-st imteh between Trinidad jnd Barbsdoa was Imp* sslblc "Flu Strikes US Schools Closed Rita Expects The Stork Soon LAUSANNE. Feh 23. RHa Hi I wife of I'lince All Khan, expectbf Ihlfd baby in %  %  '" rding to n usually reliable source I Their daughti r, Yasrnm, wai born In IVeemle. 1!M9 at Mont Choisi The Prince and Rita are expected early nexl m;nth in Ghsaitd their children arc living in a rented Villa, Toe Prince has _. taken .> bota> In pan-, which h again. He : d to be ready ir. about three %  F.nsjand's unwritten ODE tir four weeks. ; until 1955; and he knows that if The Pni.ee and lt.t.i hi In the near ftd cliildren by pn pre I might well be that he would have Itita's O&U£IIUT Rebecca, i* the to vacate No. 10 Downil child of Orson Welle* and Pun., [or Hi previous tenant—76 yearAli baa two sons by %  former(dd Mr. Wittlun Churchill Tories (lain Voles In the .six victories, the Laboui argln over tne Conservatives i Ripped by 3 per cent. Conserva U < %  I margin • %  %  by 35 per %  s big a total ui vt • ction. but in Labour's can Ihe drop was alarming. %  and in every case the Labourite* margin! uf victory decreased. Political strategists have paid cloM .mention to those ligures mure sc than to such public opinion polls as that of the pro-Conservativc Ihe IHIly Express. which Bays 5U'S per cent, of tin public new would vote C live and 40'j per cent. Labour. Adding to Labour*i woes is the i i fact that the public II very disgruntled right now at the ':ortage of cool, and tho meat ration of eight pern • i potential clei uld count much more with the average votei i MI any charges tude in the handling of defence matters. But the .'ear cf war i pert) %  ; the overriding concern of Briti-h laj n Ii Ukely thai Attlee is wultlng for aome turn %  %  %  in the international •cane r.efore going to the voters NEW YORK, ie It, A mild form of influen/;i h.i" %  trtcken hundreds of thousands of people across the United States. Outbreaks ot the disease closed schools, crowded beenttala and ... 'i I .-> .'i .... i -IV. i-l m Industrie! In. many cities. New Finland appeared hardest hit. Of1)el>ls satd 250.000 adults and in.court ted thousands of children .Mic affected. Deaths wenre ported in some places, but doctors ( said most rases were comparative ly mild and akin to a 'very bad i cold." Boston authorities estimated atl feast 0,000.000 residents of that! city were bedridden. Roman Catholic Archbishop' J. Cushlng lifted ItM lenten fast regulations for 1.200.000 church member-, uwing to the "l I A' C A similar situation i Philadelphia. The General Hospi.iid 118 of Its employees k Cases of disease soared ado hundred, there and five deaths were i extorted since Wednesday. In New York 35 student nurses under treatment at Hospital and several docton railed (o mate their usual rounds —HI" P. riage.—Rcti'er. — B.r.r. NO PLAY AT KENSINGTON It was 11.20a.m. and peoate were iM'^innlflg 1" I'll the at Kensington yesterday. I very t hi i e\ fur the third day's play of the Barbadog-Timulad cricket encounter, but with live minutes still to go before the y came. It fell for fifteen minutes and then the umpires and other enthusiasts inspected the wicket which had been well covered. It was not affected, and probably everyone thought that within another fifteen minutes the game would !• continued. t Trinidad with four wii 'hand, was 10a runs h< i badot 1 Ural innings of 303, and the •truKgle wit* expected to be as keen as it had been for the preceding two days. | Would Barbados ui gain the U ol %  Aral i innings' lead w one "f UM things that must have h p>mg the minds of the Nationulisl IMUIHS Fly Over Coastal An as Of Red China o\ nit: • NPOT THE Venezuelan Covernment have ;i|>|>hed ( (1 it:e British Government in Ij>ndon for permission to operate a regular 3 weekly service between Mniquetln In Venezuela and Barbados. The Adveeatf understands that the service will be operated by I. A.V. (Lines Aeropostat Venezohmo). MOROCCO DISPUTE WILL CAUSE CRISIS WITH U.S. BY W. G. LANDRKY PAKIS. Feb. 23. A DISPUTE between France and the Sultan on her important protectorate of Morocco threatens to erupt into a full blown crisis at the moment when United Slates air forces are speeding work on six strategic bases th.-.e to extend Ami ncan striking power. The dispute came to a head when the Sultan refused to bowto demands by General Alphonse Juin, French I Odfural in Morocco to disavow publicly, certain M diutpUtable" mc thoda o* the ratio nalist Independent Parly. Obser^'cn. here predicted that the Sultan would either have to • r abdicate the tin .; I llONli KnNlJ, Keh 23 Independent Chinese report)! Mid Nationalist reconnauaiancc planes in the p. mined flights over Red held areas of the China COBBt) btfl o.nlined lion only. quoted the Defend Mlniater denVlnS that Detici'jlists invaded the Mainland but failed to mention reconnaissance flights) Report) appeared probably watching Yulin h -bour | warehouses now guarded "by are reI marines and the Secondary School building at Tanteen. Private cars have been Hop Houses Burnt, Five Wounded /W GRENADA DISORDERS (From Our Own 0>rtspqnS m li GRENADA. Feo W Strike violence reached u new peak last night with the destruction by lire of five buildings in the south St. George's Sugar cane belt, including the lielnicmi Qoi eminent School and Weburn Nursing Station as well as the home of the watchman at Claisanea Estate in St. John's pdrlili Five persons have been wound ad by police shod, two in the leg lit a Woburn district stonethrowing incident, and three In St. John's during a menacing ad vunce on the planters Three were hospitalized. Var nets of violence include lans as they waited eagerly lor %  %  Marl r. was now shining though not brightly and %  acttlniK flown to enjoy the game. Just then a threatening cloud In the northcakt burst and I nenily and continuously. The ground was MUM M green could here and there, but for the most ground ga** ''' ante or a shallow pond. Some of the more pessimistic h.id left soon after tin* first shuwer but the othen wl Ibefr iiui'h and i groups dlseusKinK one other It was soon < '. was out •' %  disappointed crowd %  i left the hi many hi it day of the bajtanan i>i lai aid Use wiou over Hainan Island 'attempt to set fire to t h e pier ported constructing a naval base .viously observed Red activities in Swatow and Canton B i t <-ie.'ii after Reda aft gUna there 1 whether such flights are 1 under the term al Truman's June 27 directive which the Seventh Fleet to proven! attacks in either direction JSS the Formosa strati. —8 I I' Fifth Test Match There was no play on the second day of Ihe Fifth Tesi Match between England and Australia al Melbourne dur lo rain. Sugar Five Vents Per lb. IN CUBA HAVANA. Fell n TtM SiiK.it Stablliralion [i rnounced the sale of 395.000 ton* sugar at s price of five cent The French always MM .hid Ihe I nded States opinion hu^ been quick So condemn them us %  %  i i.ut one of the %  •muting on to keep Ihf dtuation under control was the United s to sec tiubla In tttta strategU area. %  'Uness of the Moroccan dispute was indie;' i Thursday of 1 Itotert "rfiume 1 Minister J vitas Moch. to % %  • Bret, .\uin< k <( For Nobel IVmv Prise OSLO. Feb. 23. United Nations Secretary General Trygve Lie, [ndian Pnmksf a and ex-President Roi-' • t are among 2H individuals nominated for this year's Nobel Peace PHaa Hesidcs 28 seven international .ins are nominated, ne from 13 countries, and included Frank lluchnt irrn i ye, and British Attorney Central Sir Hartley Shnwcross. — B D r Rail Strike Ended In U.K. FARES WILL CO UP LOM net ind lnumn's Stut. %  1 nui cement to night .'ii wages %  After day -long talks tbi the i isea worth abouO 0,000, • re out f,n at kej i.i.i cenl i %  . u % %  i prevent ppeejaa. UM .'tiike movement, Unions and railway I lomglil to issue joint ti. ding t„ tho nu imme%  i for % %  CitUaai u| j n %  i % %  hicfa lie I f ill demandi In • I .... ck .i deedlook d on the second i i average %  %  %  %  innouni % %  i thai it will not 11 of the wage rises even . %  .1 T: (TV em v OKpeeV uH men n ithority to ruli* I freight rates. %  er.i with the Raltwmj Baeeutlvi %  I ;in the "Imper. iti\i need for el %  iii"u % %  sge offers, A* t!i Lon Ion agreement was m 1 depot, at the steel of Bheffleld ind aV500 they would go ahead with the BessBst, Al Other points in th r EnglWi rk more than 5.000 nllalreedy on strlki I than 20.000 w e?c gpil | •ill affect 450.000 workers but will r higher travel OCeta in Britain and for the instry. sraga tor reilemj i 2s. ed. per In the province! and fS. 5*. in l^iiidon. —ReaU-r TOKYO, Feb. 23. 1JNITED NATIONS forces rsjruned seven miles deeper into Communist Territory in East and Central Korea and reported the Communists were flee ng from the new "killer" offensive. Spearheading United States troops seued Pyongyang on the et*tern end of the flaminp; Korean front and rotttd on four miles beyond without opposition. live miles to the woat another United SUteaj doo smashed four fJlisM forwards and occupied lul looking the hi^; road hub of Hoenysoito,. k-\ I i front htghwmy itaj t wot f t in n fnur-mile .1 column uptund Mill I6A, the key to the Comm Irfem % %  lim mil swept forward s fast th.it tin Bid to lake over half-i'msiuni Communist foxh the banks of the frozen Ammnl 11I\TI gouUi of the tOWB, Play Likely hal the msll With Slimund I'ump and • aaae fseeadagsen <)v*i an Idle >i'itrrdj> mooped up and so far there ;, af1 Mtta Vi.itn 11 111..111M1Ihr nickel U in m and with in more rain Uirre U Ilkellhuud that play may h* aeaslbli tiiar is*iurd4yi The Barbados CrU-krt \H...rUli, n iKtJleful to JII th**r Him existed In thlx W.Kk Ruins Came Yesterday After two daye of %\ • the rein name again suddenly Shortly afU \. a hew ihowei fell u luied f"i about 20 tn'n.i %  : .. !, dritiHe wiuch head up most t the sboppcri who had unticipit* ii another MM day and bad cone i<> town without their inn I. UN 1'iol.vn Sti'.t bus stand thenna* .i rush lor the oUaOjfi^ .1 "ITlrf : %  were properly s-ih d and those who had in.inaged to reaeh home bad returned ba 111111: ttwtx rain coats. n si Andiew n w.is report* I th.it drlr./li-s hiiNIX>N, Feb 21. A numl>er of West Indian stu. %  ifternoon met Sir Hugh POota, Oorernor designau* of Ja%  the Royal Kmaste Society. The Tsi!SSw, ii"irsa-.i"offl ,.• ..ultan to disavow the ,j. l-fltl rtm. SI ped and passenger* accosted several points, bread cart* were capsized and milk delivery prevented This morning a Grnndansc crowd stopped the car of the reel of Santa Maria Hotel putting her out and her lady panlon, roughly handling both and h oldi n g on to a purse tabling S240. Thr Qovetnet'i bath house amtng the places burnt .dong Grandanse beach. PoUae peiroU are being more widely posted with the detention of Cairy and Blaize The capital was relatively oui^t to—day with striker' not demonstrating, but they ure evidently benl on action by night Ttio. MOM seem ARMS DUMPS FOUND MILAN Italy Authorities said pulivf unc vt-red two more secret arms cades nrlngtng to 51 the number of illegal nmmuiiltioti dumps found in Italy In a month. Thpy said bolh of the la'ev. cache B discovered in Milan Vet i arere well packed oiled. Most arms discoveries hive ad to Communists .ind fellow travellers -BIT %  I %  eedon i %  :-' %  ll again ind 300.000 of which wasl^f,,l(l , n ,., (]s i, -methoch" Pood Ministry. mclurted intimiagainst the French and those who the French. %  Sir Hugh I and what ir.ev hope* to do when they returned i home nder for other countries Trtal sugar sold for 1951 "Special A" now reached 815.120 tons. The Institute said in view of the-Hargiquantity of sugar sold. It derided to fn< presently and asked the llhcri• ion of 200.000 tons for sale m Ihe world murkc. —it I I' NO SURPRISE HITS I nick Rogers I m not The Sul that as a Moslem, he 111 putting L->th him iher Moshut the pj.rty was rondemiK I iht H prised." he -aid During the thn thing to report.'—(Cf? /rom the country. SOS SEE SUNDAY'S ADVOCATE U.S. FRIUNDn POLICY TO SPAIN WILL CONTINUE By CARROLL Kl \WOKTHY WASHINGTON, Keb. 23. Rest Ind %  '. %  : %  .. 11 i i • States will go ej od frteiuUler policy tnwaids Bpctin di Ipite Iti Itlsh |n the matter. Authorit i.-s Indicated that thia dcepj not mean howavea that the United States will pre i ihli policy i" tha point < i ly Include defence millers, becnuse the i military circles arc keeping in touch wlfh poalte ranks in 8 frequent inlci, Thin analyiuj On I'sgc 7 PLAN TO MOVE U.S. AIR FORCE H.Q. PA It IS, 1*0. 23 A I'M I h Foreign Offiet i l plans ure now under oonaid er ation to nova UM l U tor l heiidmiarten Europe from Germany to the l*i .ii'., He* uid the transfer :>ii red t" befog top air Ion i Headquarters close to General Elsenhower's north Allantu i.eadipiarters ncr \ | | ..n.k _n r p. Iled up the hilli overtoohlni I %  1 pouHng ("nut blank !)!%. %  U.I.;; .11 to Join with tons of boml An umate.1 10.000 Coutaasn of l itad %  i ed no reslstnn I losing Hill IW earlj In I %  the night on hllli overlooking the lit) In K p during ihe night. The frontal %  i 1 i to the nutheesl %  column tn Una, i i nt the da lo the I Df&foMsstafl I thai Ihe I %  %  cpl through I rhang on Thursd iv |Umn i IT from pofiit* thrrv miles %  outa RolUng li %  end of a lateral road lending wot to lloengwig United N ethg along i 80 can front met I of resistance. Air reports said that In the western sector urnunil Seoul, Communist tank moving nit" Una and Hed artillery I Fifteen I. North Kore.i hut there report of anj damaga to Allied bombers or tlghterr. Who ... The Fifth, Alt roe that Am. mi Red % %  Jupnn beat North Koi'i in railroad —O t f TELL THE ADVOCATE 'HIE KIWI UNO 111! rAv on M<;iir U.S. Flour VHIH Closing Down HUFFAUi. Feb 23 %  .ty. tnc orkf largasl milling centre i> i %  ii to-day owing hortage of bo i cars. Officials at three ulunts. tin Mills, Bury U | i ompany Indtcnted thej *ouid bait prod next 24 hours unl %  RaUroo iid that th< %  i probably woul rernaln unchanged i"r u whiv rTundiedi pected to ba Idle. Box-car ihorl ilta from the movement of grain from most west pointwhen" tin re acute to eastern ports for ttpot -HI r COSTLY BED VAN'Ot'VKIf. Weir I %  H n u". %  in his flower %  om had lined their bedr M Mil the :\ too exIng," he said as he called the exterminator. —


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PACK TWO IIAKHAIMIS \1)\IM \1K -Ml IIDW. FEBKl'AKY 21. 131 QcUiib Qallinq H IS EXCELLENCY THE GOVF.BNOK MDt the following telegram to the Comn i Officer. 1! M S Devonshire. 'Good luck and best wishes to you and nil ran** H M S Derawshlre The Commanding Officer has replied. '"Very many thanks for your kind signal. We are all Tin grataful lor the good Mite wo had in Barbados Off To Trinidad H ON H. A CUKE ll day l B W l.A fa*Trinidad to attend a meeting of the Dinvturof British We* Indies Aiiways He expects to icturn today or sometime to-morrrw Trinidad Barrister M R. LOUIS WHARTON. K C Bamatar-at-Law In Trinidad who "pent a week's holiday in Barbados, returned tn Trinidad yesterday afternoon by B.W I A For Cricket And Race* %  Y|KS. CURTISS HIVE wan POCKET CARTOON by OSBERT LAN'CASI F.R "Dor. thii man clearly MKittttand, irtnrant, thai hii t ••><< %  < %  li (-....-I. i among thepassenger* arriving by the Lady Nehen from —— Trinui-d yesterday. Here for the Editor— Daily Chronicle raeesand the iiickt-i. RhcisrtayitiK *R £ WILLOCK. I %  with her parenta Mr and Mrs. IVI the Dally Chronicle in Itritbt, Victor Chase, of "Alpha ', HartGuiana who was In Barbados lor rihbvar meeting of the Asaorlatlon returned to yesterday by II. W l.A. M lock remained on after the i some of Ihe Netaan Irom Trinidad was Mr. i.mueva. Manager of RetuiciTrtaM and President of the West IndnFilm Board of trade During his short stay In Barbados ho will In* a guest of M: and Mrs Ke.th Wrntherhe...' at Da %  Read, To Take Up Appointment M R W H. C Bill" Knowle formerly of the Agricultural iVpartment, British Guiana. .1 v.l here yes'crdav morning bj ttM Lady Nelson to lake up an appointmept with the Department of Science and Agriculture as Sugar Cultivation Officer. He was (vumpanied by his wife and thtv log With bis mother at ark, Hastings. B.C. Civit Servant M R GEORGE A. KERRCTT Civil Servant atuched to tl.< Department ir British Guiana, arrived lu n terday morning by the Lady Nelson. He u on six months' holiday and will spenii two months here '-I Rranker at Intransit .inville". Hastings, after which teeting nfr W JJJ v >lt jo^p „f fn p other Island* before returning home B.W.I A. \NUHEI: I Her sister Faye is expected t return from Trinidad to morrow Short Holiday M F. WOODLEY ANTHONY, proprietor of Anthoiiv": 1 Arcade in poii-of-spain who hau ^rTmiir %  %  Communications been holidaying in Barbados for Ttl" ISRAEL \ ENTOl RTrav_R L C REIGHTON who is the MSt ten days returned to % filing Agent of Messrs Mm the Communications De Trinidad vesterday afternoon by Gerald .S W. bmith and Lo. of payment of the Colonial Office St. Georges. Grenada, BJ i .,. rday by B .w.I A. for here yesterday morning by the Hi: Mr. Crelghton is touring ., lnlH .,, f-* d Nelson iatranslt lor bt. lnP West Indies. Purpose of his MT\ uV, h h?i hJli i-cia He perts to vtoit Dormv „ lt s in connection with tele 11 Guadeloupe who had bun n .ca. Montserrat, St. Kills and communications in this area He holidaying here with friends re Antigua before returning home. arrived here a few days ago from u ^* "-d>^P* " Thursday ^ „ ..... London via Jamaica. He ex,*.!* y J? !" •** ._ n Four Months Leave to return to England early in i Robin spent part of he. ,R c j D HJUL )|f >Df A,,,,, JV1 land who is Assistant Factory "• was staying at the Barbados Managei at the Uiilish Amcricai Tobacco Company in brazil (lew %  to Trinidad to take the Lady Nelson which arrived hi lay morning. He Is on four months' leave and L EAVING yesterday afternoon i* .•pending live days in Barbados upending by R W 1 A lor Trinidad staying at Accra. Rockley after She BJML Program me SATURDAY. fab. Si. 1SS1. b .. A'.alaH. rtan BM tbntafuu. an. "lipjmr Panda ?JB a i>. %  ii-O Pn.t.m.i . 75* %  m tnlnludr. S im BBC ReattUM Orehcitra. a 1 in < olomU Qoffliona: S .\, .. t 10 d ii, llax* Sn< from Bhi"ii am. mar--mirr- uss .m ldf. It • n AuMialta vt B mi N*W>. is % %  I %  v. Bnilantf^ l> IDM.II AnaSfsSc 11 ,, Sanaa o UH HIMM: ft p.m *. %  %  ....:> SIS pm •* %  •Ill S gtSB. Uuilr lot l.. -.-. 1 a ss. — 1 iai ss. a ss .. .,Pas .a*. T p T',t; T10 am New. Anslrrt. aaaa %  BM Nw. t I". • -.—u i a. a a.u -i Attention Children BEGINNING from week and continuing children not older than 12 years are asked to send to lbs Editor. Children's Corner, short stories on any subject they choose. Stories must not be more than 90t words in length. A prise will be given for the bett story, which will be published In our Sunday %  paper (children's corner). Stories must be sent in not later than Thursday every week. UH VI l< CM II sIXKMA (AAembersOnly) \NA ANUIII"SUSAN HAVWA ,m Ml roOlliH SIASI HaSMSwaMl *r HKO % %  !• IMBMI ir nMu a ru-im SH.HI .< %  H vri.il II lDAI %  <-• %  %  • JOHN MILLS MARTHA SCOTT PATRICIA BOC IB *I> Hill UMIVIIIIS" Aa ISO BaSto PWIar*. _^__^_ WiamtsaAV a THIBSDAT NIQSTT HIS %  UIMI MH.M .l*V *. a %  8ai>dv VicPMrun at In* i Oian. %  pm Badio Nrl. CompoMr of the weak. IM 1 m Radio Thealr* 10 pm Tha M*v*. Fro... iKe Rdlloil*!. IP II %  .an An. Thlna to dl>ra. 1S.4S p m >our. rannnill II pm. Tim* lor 1*1.A#.A 'tUvutre—Bridgetown (DIAL 2310) TOStAT US aa* S.SS %  . ml (.HUBBI-I Dallf K o RAOO, IARZAN AND THE SLAVE GIRL li Bo w K —pii i*a BY THE WAY By Beachvomber %  A acheol-days in Barbados student at the Ursuline Convent Her engagement to Mr. Bruce Payne of "Carmirhael". George. has recently announced Back To U.S. st COUPLE of men dressed /cry uddl t. and talking oken English, might well parade the Cuatoma that what !<>. ked like kippers with pearla in a strange new type ol oystvi dredged from the Sargasso BBS Did not George Graves once .i party of chorus girlr in Manchester, and persuade them Ihnt a dish of tripe was a special consignment Tibetan oysters cultivated by tha monks? Tuvnly }iiir* <>/ I'protir BITING of a pianist a musl says that "His hand sometimes ntlaoalculatad dulsncajR" At the Melton MowFt Uval ill 192Q IVilchivei : .. bog tha srherio from th. Laufadry Sulla, mlaeaaeulattt hla distance so outmgeously thu ball the time he was hitting the edge ol tha piano *ith hia left bund. The audience, thinking Bill ed here a few days o~.ricr couturlerT who ranks next to IMor J%  • omlc ,,,rn howI ^ wtth Carnival In Trinidad. nd Tath among Paris designers. %  e father and dresses the world's most fashAquatic Club. Visited Father R ETURNING to B.G. yesterday afternoon by B.W.I.A. was Mi*s Alma I-ewls. MIsa Lr itaytai Ihr rllxtM lenilh r. anrs b. Miaa .ludv Slur lev al Ihe l-i Anli AI rr rail t.rauu ball Dmmmmm Gentlemen Will Show Socks Paris Decides —AND WfAf? CHECK WAISTCOATS By Eileen Aacroft PARIS. Veiveteen lace and shantung the favourite ni.ii>-:i,ils of iciaga, brilliant Spanish n route to the U S. were Mr. and which he will visit Bermuda beat I*atononSea. lonnble women, among them the s k.its. Pierre Balmian chooses Mrs August Singer whose home lore going on to England. For B.C.Holiday Duchess of Windsor. sh'intimg. printed silks and organIs in Northern Wisconsin. c D • -n Mil TON RONNFTT left i < "? velveleen '" brilliant ,,,. >BWIWM^ .>,. ,u .,-..-1 rrom B.C., Rul 1 ** "• l iun iwnr*e.ii ieu i cwo i tolours of sapphire, coral, i'lunn* / did ?iot fit sUyln, at Ihe Barbados Aquilic Rodrliutt wDo r hrc on wi |h Mr Cameron Tudor, S.n...i ,,,„„, m d nllht Rodtigura who are hare Club. u 1 months' holiday. They are History Master at Queen's Royal P; t .i VU;* staying at a Hat in Worthing. College He has gone to see hi: first Visit M Hodngu,, „, a S3 amrath? %  AMR. AND MRS PHIL 1.ATTIp uycd wUh j p j^, !" & (% A* MER were among the Ltd merchants of Georgetown passengers arriving from Trinidad p rom l^l^J raaterday i Trinidad .„-y afternoon by B W l.A Mr and Mrs. Lattlmer married a few months ago ... England, and they have been living via the U.S., Bermud In Trinidad since then. > Titanium Products Ltd., and aim rounded Some are finished with velvrt collars, olhen. with tinv Ch leckMii Another version of the Mill h. V, had been in Trinidad on business. Another version of t k They are here for a short holiday ,h '•• £<•*> ) t ^' the Paradise Beach Phil Is here to ride in the Barbaholiday with his sister Mrs Cragg T h 3'_' *.f dos Turf Club's Spring meeting, who is a guest at the Marine SK" 1 This Is Mrs Latlimers first visit Hotel. Da • \A A toBarbados eae.pt for the day she Managing Director f „ !S^,K?, y soent here on their way to Trlni_ -_ n ,T. ?.!,.,, ..„-„..,„ \fl B ENRY MITCHELL They are staying at Accra CuesdTJ Dire.1or DfTrtoldad Agem-les of Venezuela Is up for a few day House, Rocklev arrived from TtinHl.i.i yastflTda] holid to spend three weeks' holiday .'" Petroleum Engineer Barbados. He is slaying at n M R. PERCY DE PASS, a TrinlSeaview Guest House dadlan who is a Petroleum Customs Officer Eiiglneer with iheEcuadorlan Oil^R. C M Thorp., Barbad. Melds Ltd. In Ecuador was l JV1 CuSlomk omtpr A ho WM Trinidad for thi-eo weeks expects for iveek'a holiday Barbad S rlor to spending si* weeks ... nnidad. He left yeslerday after. P" noon by B.W I A for Trinidad en route to Ecuador. He was staving at Four Winds Club, St, Peter. iv bla .ile. returned afternoon by II. W l A They wee staying with Mi Lilian Hinckxon bl Woodbrook. Remained On in Barbados. II by ratura on Monday. Comrr.erc.ial Section M R. AND MRS W. BUftOIH %  tram Trinidad yesterday afternoon bv B.W.l.A. to %  patM two weeks' holiday In Har badOB, staying at Hagshnt mi Sea. Mr Burgln is In the Commereial Sat Bark For Summer Several of these models are carried out in linen with two jackets, one worn over the other. one sleeveless and white, tin other black with th>ce-g,uoTU>r curled sleeves The short evening d dcllnltely back for sumn.. laga shows it in l shadowy laces with very full M R „ f Ihe Trinidad Guardian Caravans A. S. JENK1NSON, who ...is m H i ui Her this month with Lord and Lady Seises r.. \Ji n WALTER A BUC1IAN ( |,„,. .„, v ed \e-1erdnv from Trinl tn KOUie iYl returned to B G vi-t.-nlav dad txj ll W l.A. on another short T T COL AND MRS. L. OALafternoon by B.W I A after %  Visit He was accompanied by M-J LAWAY of England who were Bhort holiday In Barbiido*. His M holidaying in British Guiana for w tf r an d daughter hive remained the past month, arrived yesterday on for „ i or Krr holiday Mr morning t.v the Lady Nelson to Buchan is with Sproatons In B-O spend a further six weeks' holida M Visiting Her Brother Kb. NLvlUJ: NfcWfrt..l sSfll Man Bowden. Jenkinaon is one of ihe big %  get caravan distributors in Eng rand. Mr. Bowden is his Assis lant Manager. Their exhibition in Trinidad WM very %  esaful. Next year Mi Jen kmson hopes to come to P.arhados yesterday by B.W I A. to 4),-. EVAIVS fv WHITFIELDS Dial 4606 Your Shoe Stores Dial 4220 I


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Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Saturday, February 24, 1951
Frequency: daily
regular
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities: No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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General Note: Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.
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ESTABLISHED 1395
Tories Would Win
K Elections Were Held Now
LONDON, Feb. 23.
^\ YEAR AGO Friday, Prime Minister Clement
Attlee's Labour Government squeezed through
the closest general election in 100 years of British
politics, to keep control of Parliament. Near unani
mous opinion then was that another election would
have to be held within months. It was not.
With only an eight vote working margin in the
House of Commons, Mr. Attlee managed to avert
defeat on any major confidence vote.
But statistics on special elections held since that time
as reliable as any election forecasting can be .show a
steady drift of voters RWiT from Socialists and a corre-'
spending Rain for Churchill's Conserv.
Those nmiifs Indicate that if
lei- id now. Chur-
'hill's Conservatives would win
Briton Ma)
Command Atlantic
Pact Sea Fones
LONDON. Feb. 23.
British Pr.mc Minister Clement
Attire .started study of ii<
tho Ajnerteen rwenlnatod
as Supremo Commander of Atlan-
tic Pact sea forces. The first big
storm In tho Atlantic Pact mtlitai':
sphere blew up in the
of Oppoaitioa laadar W
Churchill's demand yesterday (Of
11 Brit-n to get the post allotted
with British approvalto United
States Admiral William Fechtclei
Atlleo, caught In Vli.
position of having: to "reconsider"
.i matter hli Government nan
ppnwq, called today for o\\
papers relating to Fechte!cr'>
jipl>nintment.
government control. Tf
explain why the selection of the
dute for the next election is |
i closely by Attlee, and
why Churchill has striven con-
stantly in beat the Socialist* in
Parliament OQ any issue that
would force them to resign and
call a ii. tion.
I'RICE : i
i i wide vote la.t
February 23 there have been 11
special elections in Britain occa-
.. nations
wake I of parliamentary member*.
Dftool O tb Inland where
lines were not clearly drawn on
the Conservative-Labour batth
In ihe other 10. Labourites re-
I had \
.
i ; Anil B -'
idle II"' House of Com
up was not changed, Of
...
sight into public opinion change
Attlee's task is complicated by
ft- tad th..t \sith Anglo-Amcneuii
relations not at thoir best. Attlee
had to decide whet nor to make
this another source of dispute
bttWMD the iwo countries. In-
formed sources said Truman ar.d
General Eisenhower wanted an
i in the post and had
aKi.-'il >n Feehtcler as the man
for the Job. nut Churchill joined
by sea-proud Britons of u'l parties
utesl against tint
nrmider". The squabble
Centred on two factors: lirstlv.
what part of the British Navy a
United Btatai Admiral would
command". Secondly
United States admiral thould be
In command at all in view of
hni iln'i long experience In naval
affairs. -.
B V P
Troops Beat
Re^fs Back 7 Miles
I HIS IS WHAT KENSINGTON OVAL LOOKED 1 IKE after Ihe r.bi. yr%terda
third day of the ft-st imteh between Trinidad jnd Barbsdoa was Imp* sslblc
"Flu Strikes US
Schools Closed
Rita Expects
The Stork Soon
LAUSANNE. Feh 23.
RHa Hi I wife of
I'lince All Khan, expect- bf Ihlfd
baby in '" rding
to n usually reliable source I
Their daughti r, Yasrnm, wai born
In IVeemle. 1!M9 at Mont Choisi
The Prince and Rita are expect-
ed early nexl m;nth in Ghsaitd
their children arc living in
a rented Villa, Toe Prince has _.
taken .> bota> In pan-, which h again. He :
d to be ready ir. about three F.nsjand's unwritten ODE
tir four weeks. ; until 1955; and he knows that if
The Pni.ee and lt.t.i hi In the near ftd
cliildren by pn pre I might well be that he would have
Itita's o&uIiut Rebecca, i* the to vacate No. 10 Downil
child of Orson Welle* and Pun., [or Hi previous tenant76 year-
Ali baa two sons by former(dd Mr. Wittlun Churchill
Tories (lain Voles
In the .six victories, the Laboui
argln over tne Conservatives
i Ripped by 3 per cent. Conserva
U < . I
margin ' by 35 per
.
s big a total ui vt
ction. but in Labour's
can Ihe drop was alarming.
,
and in every case the Labourite*
margin! uf victory decreased. Po-
litical strategists have paid cloM
.mention to those ligures mure sc
than to such public opinion polls
as that of the pro-Conservativc
Ihe IHIly Express.
which Bays 5U'S per cent, of tin
public new would vote C
live and 40'j per cent. Labour.
Adding to Labour*i woes is the
i i fact that the public II
very disgruntled right now at the
':ortage of cool, and tho
meat ration of eight pern
i potential clei '
uld count much more
with the average votei *
i mi any charges
tude in the handling of
defence matters.
But the .'ear cf war i pert) ;
the overriding concern of Briti-h
laj n Ii Ukely thai
Attlee is wultlng for aome turn
- in the international
cane r.efore going to the voters
NEW YORK, ie It,
A mild form of influen/;i h.i"
trtcken hundreds of thousands of
people across the United States.
Outbreaks ot the disease closed
schools, crowded beenttala and
... 'i I .-> .'i .... i -IV. i-l .
m Industrie! In. many cities. New
Finland appeared hardest hit.
Of1)el>ls satd 250.000 adults and
in.court ted thousands of children
.Mic affected. Deaths wen- re
ported in some places, but doctors (
said most rases were comparative
ly mild and akin to a 'very bad i
cold."
Boston authorities estimated atl
feast 0,000.000 residents of that!
city were bedridden.
Roman Catholic Archbishop'
J. Cushlng lifted ItM
lenten fast regulations for 1.200.-
000 church member-, uwing to the
"l I A' C
A similar situation i
Philadelphia. The General Hospi-
.iid 118 of Its employees
k Cases of disease soared
ado hundred, there and five
deaths were i extorted since
Wednesday. In New York 35
student nurses under treatment at
Hospital and several
docton railed (o mate their usual
rounds HI" P.
riage.Rcti'er.
B.r.r.
NO PLAY AT KENSINGTON
It was 11.20a.m. and peoate were iM'^innlflg 1" I'll the
at Kensington yesterday. I very t hi i e\ fur the third
day's play of the Barbadog-Timulad cricket encounter, but
with live minutes still to go before the y
came. '
It fell for fifteen minutes and then the umpires and other
enthusiasts inspected the wicket which had been well cov-
ered. It was not affected, and probably everyone thought
that within another fifteen minutes the game would !
continued.
t Trinidad with four wii
'hand, was 10a runs h< i
badot1 Ural innings of 303, and the
truKgle wit* expected to be as
keen as it had been for the pre-
ceding two days.
| Would Barbados ui
gain the U ol Aral
i innings' lead w one "f Um
things that must have h
p>mg the minds of the
Nationulisl IMuihs
Fly Over Coastal
An as Of Red China
o\ nit:
NPOT
THE Venezuelan Covern-
ment have ;i|>|>hed ((1 it:e
British Government in Ij>n-
don for permission to oper-
ate a regular 3 weekly
service between Mniquetln
In Venezuela and Barbados.
The Adveeatf understands
that the service will be
operated by I. A.V. (Lines
Aeropostat Venezohmo).
MOROCCO DISPUTE WILL
CAUSE CRISIS WITH U.S.
By W. G. LANDRKY
PAKIS. Feb. 23.
A DISPUTE between France and the Sultan on her import-
ant protectorate of Morocco threatens to erupt into a full
blown crisis at the moment when United Slates air forces
are speeding work on six strategic bases th.-.e to extend
Ami ncan striking power.
The dispute came to a head when the Sultan refused to bow-
to demands by General Alphonse Juin, French I
Odfural in Morocco to disavow publicly, certain MdiutpUt-
able" mcthoda o* the rationalist Independent Parly.
Obser^'cn. here predicted that
the Sultan would either have to
r abdicate the tin .; I
llONli KnNlJ, Keh 23
Independent Chinese report)!
Mid Nationalist reconnauaiancc
planes in the p.
mined flights over Red held areas
of the China COBBt) btfl o.nlined
lion only.
quoted the De-
fend Mlniater denVlnS that De-
tici'jlists invaded the Mainland
but failed to mention reconnais-
sance flights)
Report)
appeared
probably watching Yulin h -bour | warehouses now guarded "by
are re- I marines and the Secondary School
building at Tanteen.
Private cars have been Hop
Houses Burnt,
Five Wounded
/W GRENADA DISORDERS
(From Our Own 0>rtspqnSmli
GRENADA. Feo W
Strike violence reached u new
peak last night with the destruc-
tion by lire of five buildings in
the south St. George's Sugar cane
belt, including the lielnicmi Qoi
eminent School and Weburn
Nursing Station as well as the
home of the watchman at Clai-
sanea Estate in St. John's pdrlili
Five persons have been wound
ad by police shod, two in the
leg lit a Woburn district stone-
throwing incident, and three In
St. John's during a menacing ad
vunce on the planters
Three were hospitalized. Var -
nets of violence include
lans as they waited eagerly lor
Marl
r. was now shining though
not brightly and
acttlniK flown to enjoy the game.
Just then a threatening cloud In
the northcakt burst and I
nenily and continuously. The
ground was mum
M green could
here and there, but for the most
ground ga** '''
ante or a shallow pond.
Some of the more pessimistic
h.id left soon after tin* first shuwer
but the othen wl
Ibefr iiui'h and i
groups dlseusKinK one "
other
It was soon < '.
was out '
disappointed crowd i
left the hi
many hi
it day of the
bajtanan i>i lai aid Use w Indies.
said Nationalist planes >iou
over Hainan Island 'attempt to set fire to t h e pier
ported constructing a naval base
.viously observed Red
activities in Swatow and Canton
b i t <-ie.'ii after Reda
aft gUna there 1
whether such flights are
1 under the term al
Truman's June 27 directive which
the Seventh Fleet to pro-
ven! attacks in either direction
jss the Formosa strati.
8 I I'
Fifth Test
Match
There was no play on the
second day of Ihe Fifth Tesi
Match between England and
Australia al Melbourne dur
lo rain.
Sugar Five
Vents Per lb.
IN CUBA
HAVANA. Fell n
TtM SiiK.it Stablliralion [i
rnounced the sale of 395.000 ton*
sugar at s price of five cent
The French always MM
.hid Ihe I nded States opinion hu^
been quick So condemn them us
. i
. i.ut one of the
muting on to keep Ihf
dtuation under control
was the United s
to sec ti- ubla In tttta strategU
area.
'Uness of the Moroc-
can dispute was indie;'
i Thursday of
1
Itotert "rfiume1
Minister J vitas Moch. to
'
Bret,
.\uin IVmv Prise
OSLO. Feb. 23.
United Nations Secretary Gen-
eral Trygve Lie, [ndian Pnmksf
a and ex-Presi-
dent Roi-'
t are among 2H individu-
als nominated for this year's
Nobel Peace PHaa Hesidcs 28
seven international
. .ins are nominated,
ne from 13 coun-
tries, and included Frank lluch-
nt irrn i
ye, and British Attorney
Central Sir Hartley Shnwcross.
b d r
Rail Strike
Ended In U.K.
FARES WILL CO UP
LOM
net ind lnumn's Stut.
1 nui cement to
night .'ii wages

After day -long talks tbi
the i
isea worth abouO
0,000,
re out f,n
at kej i.i.i cenl i
u .
i prevent
ppeejaa.
UM .'tiike
movement, Unions and railway
I lomglil to issue
joint ti. ding t tho
nu imme-
i for CitUaai u| j n *
i hicfa lie I
f ill demandi In
I
....
.....
ck .i deedlook
d on the second
i
i average


innouni i
thai it will not 11
. of the wage rises even
. .1 T- : (TV
em v OKpeeV uH men n
ithority to ruli*
I freight rates.

er.i with the Raltwmj Baeeutlvi
I ;in the "Imper.iti\i "
need for el

iii"u !
sge offers, a* t!i Lon
Ion agreement was m
1
depot, at the steel of Bheffleld
ind aV500
they would go ahead with the
BessBst,
Al Other points in thr EnglWi
rk more than 5.000 nll-
alreedy on strlki
I than 20.000 we?c gpil |
ill affect
450.000 workers but will r
higher travel OCeta in Britain and
for the
instry.
sraga tor reilemj i
2s. ed. per
In the province! and fS. 5*. in
l^iiidon.
ReaU-r
TOKYO, Feb. 23.
1JNITED NATIONS forces rsjruned seven miles
deeper into Communist Territory in East and
Central Korea and reported the Communists were
flee ng from the new "killer" offensive.
Spearheading United States troops seued Pyong-
yang on the et*tern end of the flaminp; Korean
front and rotttd on four miles beyond without
opposition.
. live miles to the woat another United SUteaj
doo smashed four fJlisM forwards and occupied lul
looking the hi^; road hub of Hoenysoito,. k-\ I i
front htghwmy itajtwotft in n fnur-mile
.1 column uptund Mill I6A, the key to the Comm
Irfem lim mil swept forward s fast th.it tin
Bid to lake over half-i'msiuni Communist foxh
the banks of the frozen Ammnl 11i\ti gouUi of the tOWB,
Play Likely
hal
the
msll
With
Slimund I'ump and
aaae fseeadagsen <)v*i an
Idle >i'itrrdj> mooped up
and so far there ;, af1 Mtta
Vi.itn 11 111..111M1-
Ihr nickel U in m and
with in more rain Uirre U .
Ilkellhuud that play may h*
aeaslbli tiiar is*iurd4yi
The Barbados CrU-krt
\H...rUli, n i- KtJleful to jII
th**r Him existed In thlx
W.Kk
Ruins Came
Yesterday
After two daye of %\
the rein name again
suddenly Shortly afU
\. a hew ihowei fell u
luied f"i about 20 tn'n-
.i : .. !,
dritiHe wiuch head up most t
the sboppcri who had unticipit* ii
another mm day and bad cone i<>
town without their inn
I. UN 1'iol.vn Sti'.t bus stand
then- na* .i rush lor the oUaOjfi^
.1 "ITlrf :,
' were properly s-ih d
and those who had in.inaged to
reaeh home bad returned
ba 111111: ttwtx rain coats.
n si Andiew n w.is report* I
th.it drlr./li-s hii about 0 ii in ami continuiil up tl

pour came,
FOOTE SEES STUDENTS
iFlO-n

1X>NiX>N, Feb 21.
A numl>er of West Indian stu-
.ifternoon met Sir Hugh
POota, Oorernor designau* of Ja-

the Royal Kmaste Society. The
Tsi!SS-w,ii"irsa-.i"offl
,. ..ultan to disavow the ,j.l-fltl rtm.
SI
ped and passenger* accosted
several points, bread cart* were
capsized and milk delivery pre-
vented
This morning a Grnndansc
crowd stopped the car of the
reel of Santa Maria Hotel
putting her out and her lady
panlon, roughly handling both
and holding on to a purse
tabling S240.
Thr Qovetnet'i bath house
amtng the places burnt .dong
Grandanse beach. PoUae peiroU
are being more widely posted
with the detention of Cairy and
Blaize
The capital was relatively oui^t
today with striker' not demon-
strating, but they ure evidently
benl on action by night.
Ttio. mom seem
ARMS DUMPS FOUND
MILAN Italy
Authorities said pulivf unc v-
t-red two more secret arms cades
nrlngtng to 51 the number of illegal
nmmuiiltioti dumps found in Italy
In a month.
Thpy said bolh of the la'ev.
cacheB discovered in Milan
Vet i arere well packed
oiled. Most arms discoveries hive
ad to Communists .ind
fellow travellers -BIT
I eedon
i .* :-'
ll again
ind 300.000 of which wasl^f,,- l(l, ,n,.,(]s i, -methoch"
Pood Ministry. mclurted intimi-
against the French and those who
the French.

Sir Hugh
I and what ir.ev
hope* to do when they returned i
home
nder for other countries
Trtal sugar sold for 1951 "Special
A" now reached 815.120 tons.
The Institute said in view of
the-Hargi- quantity of sugar sold.
It derided to fn<
presently and asked the llhcri-
ion of 200.000 tons for sale m
Ihe world murkc. it I I'
NO SURPRISE
HITS '
I
nick Rogers I
m not
The Sul that as
a Moslem, he
111 putting
L->th him iher Mos-
hut the
pj.rty was rondemiK I iht
H
prised." he -aid During the thn
thing to report.'(Cf? /rom the country.
SOS
SEE SUNDAY'S
ADVOCATE
U.S. FRIUNDn POLICY TO
SPAIN WILL CONTINUE
By CARROLL Kl \WOKTHY
WASHINGTON, Keb. 23.
Rest Ind '. : .. 11 i i
States will go ej od frteiuUler policy
tnwaids Bpctin di Ipite Iti Itlsh |n the matter. Author-
it i.-s Indicated that thia dcepj not mean howavea that the
United States will pre i ihli policy i" tha point < friction with hai Hi itlsh I
Lnetaad tha SlMnish proi'mmmc will develop m ;uc;
where there is little, ii any, contixrveray aboul H with tl.t
British
Thai Kiip; .: .
economic ard < jltural .itT.iirs at
present, although it mn> i
ly Include defence millers, be-
cnuse the i military
circles arc keeping in touch wlfh
poalte ranks in 8
frequent inlci,
Thin analyiuj attitude in.nil- by Infi I
servers, following the i
ment in the House of Commons
by Undersecretary En i
thai tho lirltiHh Co\ rnment hm
not changed her atUtuda
lately and eentln i
Spain's admission to the Atlantic
Pact.
The U*nlt< SI i
hand. hsS modified ''
acenl
.mi Ajnbasaadoi to A
tending loans to Spain for d
velopment of it agriculture *ai
industry. More loans are
prospect. Siretarj
Acheson told Congressmen reei
ly that the United
entered ? "new phase" in rvlal
with Spain. He agad
hopeful "of closet
Spain in plans <"i UK
Western i
Arheson dhi 0 .

d in the
way of eon ra*
'.ir.n with
g> On I'sgc 7
PLAN TO MOVE U.S.
AIR FORCE H.Q.
PA It IS, 1*0. 23
A I'm i h Foreign Offiet i
l plans ure now under
oonaideration to nova Um l
U tor l heiidmiarten
Europe from Germany to the l*i
.ii'., He* uid the transfer '
- :>ii red t" befog top air
Ion i Headquarters close to Gen-
eral Elsenhower's north Allantu
i.eadipiarters ncr \ | |
..n.k _n r p.
Iled up
the hilli overtoohlni I
1 pouHng ("nut blank
!)!%. U.I.;; .11 to Join
with tons of
boml An umate.1 10.000
Coutaasn
of l itad

i ed no reslstnn I
losing Hill IW earlj In I

the night on hllli overlooking the
lit) In K
p during
ihe night. The frontal
i1 ,
i to the
nutheesl
column tn Una,
i i nt the
da lo the
I
Df&foMsstafl
I
thai Ihe I

cpl through I
rhang on Thursd iv
|Umn i IT from pofiit* thrrv miles
outa RolUng
li
end of a lateral road lending wot
to lloengwig
United N
ethg along i 80
can front met I
of resistance. Air reports said
that In the western sector urnunil
Seoul, Communist tank
moving nit" Una and Hed artillery
I
Fifteen I.
North Kore.i hut there
report of anj damaga to Allied
bombers or tlghterr. Who
...
The Fifth, Alt roe
that Am.
mi Red

Jupnn beat
North Koi'i in railroad
O t f
TELL THE ADVOCATE
'HIE KIWI
UNO 111!
rAv on M<;iir
U.S. Flour VHIh
Closing Down
HUFFAUi. Feb 23
.ty. tnc
orkf largasl milling centre i> i
ii to-day owing
hortage of bo i
cars. Officials at three ulunts. tin
Mills, Bury U |
i ompany Indtcnted thej
*ouid bait prod
next 24 hours unl

RaUroo iid that th<
i probably woul
rernaln unchanged i"r u whiv
rTundiedi
pected to ba Idle. Box-car ihorl
ilta from the movement
of grain from most west point-
when" tin re acute
to eastern ports for ttpot
-hi r
COSTLY BED
VAN'Ot'VKIf.
Weir I

h n u". in his flower

om had lined their bedr
m Mil the :\ too ex-
Ing," he said as he
called the exterminator. Engineers Fight Against Time
B* JOHN IOLL! -
BONT,
KOR]

i
a pontoon bridge BCfl
-lid and
day battle against a swollen

were battling
the River but ug.iini'.
time.
Since the United Nat ons of-
fensive opened three days ago
aera have tolled cease-
lessly to keep open tl
lariaa along win
I supplies to maintain
ions in the front 1 ne
buiiu-ii|
lite



guns and
- tmck'.
men during the
The moat I
rtenl
11 pern ..
'
ished b-

i.f the

Dfgd ago Hi
across
egan their

re was a

K aero*-
The Favourite in Every Pavilion
TRUMPETER
CIGARETTES
"Thank youI was .imply dy ing
for a TRUMPETER !
!


PACK TWO
IIAKHAIMIS \1)\IM \1K
-Ml IIDW. FEBKl'AKY 21. 131
QcUiib Qallinq
HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOV-
F.BNOK MDt the following
telegram to the Comn i
Officer. 1! M S Devonshire. 'Good
luck and best wishes to you and
nil ran** H M S Derawshlre
The Commanding Officer has
replied. '"Very many thanks for
your kind signal. We are all Tin
grataful lor the good Mite wo had
in Barbados "
* Off To Trinidad
HON H. A CUKE ll '
day l B W l.A fa*Trinidad
to attend a meeting of the Dinvtur-
of British We* Indies Aiiways
He expects to icturn today or
sometime to-morrrw
Trinidad Barrister
MR. LOUIS WHARTON. K C .
Bamatar-at-Law In Trinidad
who "pent a week's holiday in
Barbados, returned tn Trinidad
yesterday afternoon by B.W I A
For Cricket And Race*
Y|KS. CURTISS HIVE wan
POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LAN'CASI F.R
"Dor. thii man clearly
MKittttand, irtnrant, thai
hii t ><<< li (-....-I.
i among the- passenger* arriv-
ing by the Lady Nehen from ---------------------------------
Trinui-d yesterday. Here for the Editor Daily Chronicle
raeesand the iiickt-i. RhcisrtayitiK *R WILLOCK. I .
with her parenta Mr and Mrs. IVI the Dally Chronicle in Itritbt,
Victor Chase, of "Alpha ', Hart- Guiana who was In Barbados lor
rihbvar
meeting of the
Asaorlatlon returned to
yesterday by II. W l.A. M
lock remained on after the i
some of Ihe I'n
President of W.I.
Film Board
INTRANSIT for St. K
irrdav morning by the Lad>
Netaan Irom Trinidad was Mr.
i.mueva. Manager of Re-
tuic- iTrtaM
and President of the West Indn-
Film Board of trade
During his short stay In Barba-
dos ho will In* a guest of M:
and Mrs Ke.th Wrntherhe...' at
Da Read,
To Take Up Appointment
MR W H. C Bill" Knowle .
formerly of the Agricultural
iVpartment, British Guiana.
.1 v.l here yes'crdav morning
bj ttM Lady Nelson to lake up an
appointmept with the Department
of Science and Agriculture as
Sugar Cultivation Officer. He was
. (vumpanied by his wife and thtv
log With bis mother at
ark, Hastings.
B.C. Civit Servant
MR GEORGE A. KERRCTT
Civil Servant atuched to tl.<
Department ir
British Guiana, arrived lu n
terday morning by the Lady Nel-
son. He u on six months' holiday
and will spenii two months here
'-I
Rranker at
Intransit
.inville". Hastings, after which
teeting nfr wjjj v,>lt jo^p f fnp other
Island* before returning home
B.W.I A.
\nuhei: I
Her sister Faye is expected t
return from Trinidad to morrow
Short Holiday
MF. WOODLEY ANTHONY,
proprietor of Anthoiiv":1
Arcade in poii-of-spain who hau ^rTmiir Communications
been holidaying in Barbados for Ttl" ISRAEL \ ENTOl RTrav- _-R L CREIGHTON who is
the MSt ten days returned to !?* filing Agent of Messrs Mm the Communications De
Trinidad vesterday afternoon by Gerald .S W. bmith and Lo. of payment of the Colonial Office
St. Georges. Grenada, BJ i .,.rday by B.w.I A. for
here yesterday morning by the Hi: Mr. Crelghton is touring
., lnlH .,, f-*d Nelson iatranslt lor bt. lnP West Indies. Purpose of his
MT\ uV, h h?i hJli i-cia He perts to vtoit Dorm- vlt ,s in connection with tele
11 Guadeloupe who had bun n.ca. Montserrat, St. Kills and communications in this area He
holidaying here with friends re Antigua before returning home. arrived here a few days ago from
u^* "-d>^P* " Thursday ^ ..... London via Jamaica. He ex,*.!*
yJ? ** ._ n Four Months Leave to return to England early in
i Robin spent part of he. ,-R c j D HJUL )|f >Df. a,,,,,
JV1 land who is Assistant Factory " was staying at the Barbados
Managei at the Uiilish Amcricai
Tobacco Company in brazil (lew
to Trinidad to take the Lady
Nelson which arrived hi '
lay morning.
He Is on four months' leave and
LEAVING yesterday afternoon i* .pending live days in Barbados upending
by R W 1 A lor Trinidad staying at Accra. Rockley after She
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TOStAT US aa* S.SS . ml (.hUbbI-i Dallf
k o raoo, IARZAN AND THE SLAVE GIRL
li Bo w kpii i*a
BY THE WAY
By Beachvomber
A
acheol-days in Barbados
student at the Ursuline Convent
Her engagement to Mr. Bruce !
Payne of "Carmirhael".
George. has recently
announced
Back To U.S.
st
COUPLE of men dressed
/cry uddl t. and talking
oken English, might well par-
ade the Cuatoma that what
!<>. ked like kippers with pearla in
a strange new type ol
oystvi dredged from the Sargasso
BBS Did not George Graves once
.i party of chorus girlr
in Manchester, and
persuade them Ihnt a dish of tripe
was a special consignment
Tibetan oysters cultivated by tha
monks?
Tuvnly }iiir* <>/ I'protir
BITING of a pianist a musl
says that "His
hand sometimes ntlaoalculatad
dulsncajR" At the Melton Mow-
Ft Uval ill 192Q IVilchivei
: .. bog tha srherio from
th. Laufadry Sulla, mlaeaaeulattt
hla distance so outmgeously thu
ball the time he was hitting the
edge ol tha piano *ith hia left
bund. The audience, thinking Bill
ed here a few days o~.ricr couturlerT who ranks next to IMor J- omlc ,,,rn- howI^ wtth
Carnival In Trinidad. nd Tath among Paris designers. " "e"
father and dresses the world's most fash-
Aquatic Club.
Visited Father
RETURNING to B.G. yesterday
afternoon by B.W.I.A. was
Mi*s Alma I-ewls. MIsa Lr
itaytai
Ihr rllxtM lenilh r. anrs b.
Miaa .ludv Slur lev al Ihe l-i
Anli AI rr rail t.rauu ball
Dmmmmm
Gentlemen Will
Show Socks
Paris Decides
AND WfAf? CHECK
WAISTCOATS
By Eileen Aacroft
PARIS.
Veiveteen lace and shantung
the favourite ni.ii>-:i,ils of
iciaga, brilliant Spanish
n route to the U S. were Mr. and which he will visit Bermuda be- at I*atononSea. lonnble women, among them the sk.its. Pierre Balmian chooses
Mrs August Singer whose home lore going on to England. For B.C.- Holiday Duchess of Windsor. sh'intimg. printed silks and organ-
Is in Northern Wisconsin. c D -n Mil TON RONNFTT left i < "? velveleen '" brilliant ,,,. .
>BwiWm^ .>,. ,u .,-..-1 rrom B.C., Rul1** "l-iun iwnr*e.ii ieu icwoi tolours of sapphire, coral, i'lunn* / did ?iot fit
sUyln, at Ihe Barbados Aquilic Rodrliutt wDo r hrc on wi|h Mr Cameron Tudor, S.n...i ,,,, ,md nllht
Rodtigura who are hare
Club. u'1" months' holiday. They are History Master at Queen's Royal
P;t.i VU;* staying at a Hat in Worthing. College He has gone to see hi:
first Visit M, Hodngu,, , a S3 am- rath?
AMR. AND MRS PHIL 1.ATTI- p.uycd wUh j p j^, & (%,
a* MER were among the Ltd merchants of Georgetown
passengers arriving from Trinidad prom l^l^J
raaterday
i Trinidad
.----------y afternoon by B W l.A
Mr and Mrs. Lattlmer
married a few months ago ...
England, and they have been living via the U.S., Bermud
In Trinidad since then. r:;;M';
His faillcwrs have roundad
loulders, somaHBias eat in one
with the jiK-ket, sometimes with
From Eniland dropped shoulder line. All
MR. AND MRS. WALTER Jw "'". straight ^kirts shorter
HH.I. ALBFRT lUHtSMAN ar- yesterday from Trinidad by
ived vesterday from IrelanJ H W.I.A Mr Hill is a Director
and Trinl- <>> Titanium Products Ltd., and
aim rounded
Some are finished with velvrt
collars, olhen. with tinv Ch
leckMii
Another version of the Mill h.
V, had been in Trinidad on business. Another version of t
,k They are here for a short holiday ,h* ' <*> )t^'
the Paradise Beach
Phil Is here to ride in the Barba- holiday with his sister Mrs Cragg T,h3'_',*.f
dos Turf Club's Spring meeting, who is a guest at the Marine SK"1* "
This Is Mrs Latlimers first visit Hotel. Da \A A
toBarbados eae.pt for the day she Managing Director f !S^,K?,y
soent here on their way to Trlni- -_ n,T. ?.!,.,, ..-.., \flB "ENRY MITCHELL
They are staying at Accra Cues- dTJ- Dire.1or DfTrtoldad Agem-les of Venezuela Is up for a few day
House, Rocklev arrived from TtinHl.i.i yastflTda] holid
to spend three weeks' holiday .'" '
Petroleum Engineer Barbados. He is slaying at n
MR. PERCY de PASS, a Trinl- Seaview Guest House
dadlan who is a Petroleum Customs Officer
Eiiglneer with iheEcuadorlan Oil- ^r. c. m. Thorp., Barbad.
Melds Ltd. In Ecuador was l JV1 CuSlomk omtpr A.ho WM
Trinidad for thi-eo weeks
expects
for
iveek'a holiday
Barbad
Srlor to spending si* weeks ...
nnidad. He left yeslerday after. P"
noon by B.W I A for Trinidad
en route to Ecuador. He was
staving at Four Winds Club, St,
Peter.
iv bla
.ile. returned
afternoon by II. W l A
They wee staying with Mi
Lilian Hinckxon bl Woodbrook.
Remained On
in Barbados. II
by ratura on Monday.
Comrr.erc.ial Section
MR. AND MRS W. BUftOIH
tram Trinidad yes-
terday afternoon bv B.W.l.A. to
patM two weeks' holiday In Har
badOB, staying at Hagshnt mi Sea.
Mr Burgln is In the Commereial
Sat
Bark For Summer
Several of these models are
carried out in linen with two
jackets, one worn over the other.
one sleeveless and white, tin
other black with th>ce-g,uoTU>r
curled sleeves
The short evening d___
dcllnltely back for sumn..
laga shows it in l
shadowy laces with very full
MR
f Ihe Trinidad Guardian
Caravans
A. S. JENK1NSON, who
...is m H i ui Her this
month with Lord and Lady Seis-
es r.. \Jin- WALTER A BUC1IAN (|,,. ., ,ved \e-1erdnv from Trinl
tn KOUie iYl returned to B G vi-t.-nlav dad txj ll W l.A. on another short
T T COL AND MRS. L. OAL- afternoon by B.W I A after Visit He was accompanied by
M-J LAWAY of England who were Bhort holiday In Barbiido*. His M
holidaying in British Guiana for wtfr and daughter hive remained
the past month, arrived yesterday on for ior,Krr holiday Mr
morning t.v the Lady Nelson to Buchan is with Sproatons In B-O
spend a further six weeks' holida -
M
Visiting Her Brother
Kb. NLvlUJ: NfcWfrt..l sSfll
Man Bowden.
. Jenkinaon is one of ihe big
get caravan distributors in Eng
rand. Mr. Bowden is his Assis
lant Manager. Their
exhibition in Trinidad WM very
esaful. Next year Mi Jen
. kmson hopes to come to P.arhados
. yesterday by B.W I A. to 4 AR navlnv h..r ap*nd few *wk' ^"^Q^y ' in OM of their earavana near Ihe
FTER iMylng a visit to h. r G H.r huBband ,8 ,h(, aov. t$id9 x^v told Cant, that
nfl- ernmeni Analyst In B.G. Her I^rd and Lady Selsdon will be
brother who lives In Canada la at leaving Trinidad shortly for Eng
present holidaying in BjQ. land via the U S.
Chief Guide Returns Rn Or Shine
too
.. Ihis will hard-
dampen the spirits of the Trini
TN BARBADOS for three morning. She w.ll aU.nd th. t&to*J5
M month*' holiday are Mr. and Scouts nnd (.uides Own at s noIll(Ur , mRhl nl qu.'b Park
Mrs. W. E Bloemendaal and Michael s Cathedral al *.3o oi lock noulc ^vvn Uy the Barbados
their daughter Miaa M. Bloemen- to-morrow afternoon. PreM club. It Is under the pa
daal from British Guiana. They Back From Trinidad trr.nagr of Hon. V C. Gale. Man
arrived yesterday morning by Ihe m -,, v .. gvif.HT ulm Kirt huh** Director of the Advocate
aJJS3rS!" MSfirSKS1?
Mr. Bloemendaal is a clerk of '" Trinidad relurned Mm 0
vimif. 1'nm.ri.fi D-i ck.k. i Wednesday afternoon b\ HW.U
Iransrerred Car.iival in Trinidad.
jy|R TERHENCE KING of the On Holiday
before returning home They
staying at the Hastings Hotel.
Visited Relatives
PTEH paying a visit to her
V relatives in British G
Mrs Eunice Griffith of New York.
arrived here nstsruay morning by
the Lady Nelson for three wee
holiday which she will spend__
a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Trot mm f ADY BADEN-POWELL, Chief |?VKN if It is 1
at Brighton 1_ Guidf, of Iho World arrlvtd mrkeMn day.
Solicitors' Clerk by the Lady NeUon yesterday
thii
Port-of-Spain branch
Barclays Bank, his wife and two ^ rt
ch.kfren. were arrivaU yesterday SllaS iSSlaPd
morning by the Lady Nelsen in- '
transit for Antigua where Mr.
King has been transferred. They
are spending a short holiday with
their relatives Mr. and Mrs I. F
King of "Ventnor", Rockley.
For Sister's Wedding
MRS KENNETH DUFF, form
erly Kathleen Ward of Bar
bados, arrived from Trinidad
vesterday afternoon for her sister
Carol's wedding Miss Wnrd is to
PENDING three months* hnll- be married this afternoon to Dr.
Mrs. Hilda trie Slorey
liana. She Mrs. Duff's young son David
ed yesterday morning by Utt iltted her over from Trini
I.ail* XrlMn and is staving with dad.
Mrs A. W. Smith of Worthing
For Two Weeks
This Week
N Antigua this week were Mr.
i: V Luke. Assistant
MR. J. 11 BLTLEH. represen- a
tew, for the West Indies y^Z^^^ U^l,urdil on
Fernando Branch of BarcUys ami South America fo, W A A gj0J "*" SSS^b
Bank, arrived here yesterday Jilbey. wine merchants of Lon- j{ ^ morn.ng by the Lady Nelson In- Jen. te now spending wo .weeks Antigua to advise Government on
transit for Dominica where he has In Barbados. He arrived ye-ierday n. ppaajhjfflles of extending the
been transferred. morning by the Lady Nelson from Eiertrielty throughoul the island,
Mr. Creighton was formerly a British Guiana accompanied by ann Trnde Commissioner.s Mr
member of the staff of Barclays his wife and is staving at the Grant Major and Mr Rex Stoll
Bank, Barbados for five years. Marine Hotel. meyer
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v\ri'BI>\Y. I I 1IKI Ml. 21. 1951
IHRRtnO^ AKVOCATK
PAGE THsVE
Atom Powered
Bomber May
Soon Be a Fact
WASHINGTON. Feb. 23
The military dream of an atom
powered heavy bomber that rould
fly many time* around the world
nonstop at speeds taster than
sound appeared nearer fulfilment.
Official sources indicated that in
the next month or an *he United
States Government hopes to
I tor the de-
sign and possible construction of
on atomic aircraft engine and a
plane big enough to carry it
The Atomic energy Commission
is now discussing this project with
the makers of the giant B 38 and
the General Electric Company's
aircraft engine division. Contracts
may be signed in March
A pound of atomic fuel uranium
235. supplies as much heat energy
as 1.280 tons of coal and a chunk
of uranium equal In weight to an
iiutomobile storage battery which
deliver" one horsepower hour
WOtid bo capable of delivering
about 300.000,000 horsepower
hours.
Until now the quest for "nuclear
powered (light" has been confined
for the most part to theoretical
studies aided by some cxporimen-
lal lnboratorv work in AFC
facilltie* at Oak Ridge Tennessee.
"Nepa Phase" In April
Prime contractors for this so
called Nepa < nuclear energy for
Kn of aircraft) programme
ve been the Fairchild engine
and airplane corporation. A.F.C
and the airforee announced that
the Nepa "phase" will be con-
cluded on April 31).
The next phasethe actual de-
sign work directed toward con-
Uon o( prototypeswill take
us wli.i." the theoreticnl Nepa
phase ends.
A.E.C. and airforee refused to
say anything that would give
i information as to the pro-
gress made so far toward whip- .
ping the many and difficult piob-
lems uf atomic power for aircraft.
But atomic officials have all
taken the position that the prob-
lems could be solved, and new
plans indicate they now have
facts to support this faith
Brigadier Geneml James Me
Cormack junior A.EC. Director
of Military Application of Atomic
Energy records with a flat state-
ment that "aircraft will some dav mittee at ait emergenc
be propelled by nuclear engines" Wednesday
what is believed to be the heavn
coronation crown tn the world
When she opens Parliament she
dresses as a European queen, with
crown, velvet and ermine mantle
and page bovo In .ittendance.
She has I ten 33 years on the
throne, succeeding when she wai
onlv 18 She traces her descant
thousand year*
All the people in l**e*e puciil
Islands can read and write.
Hospitals, maternity service*,
d education are free to
.'// she thinks a Government de/eat on J
ffif* tt'cwic's mt.mi in u
\e meat MUhMtJ could*
tandcurt, she's had it!
. "II'. i i'm'*
Lcndon Express S.tv;ci
$350,004) Voted To Russia Needs More ft"-"" C^T~
Repair Flood Oil To Fight A War Lll VOy Had
Damage In T'dad
PORT-OF-SPAIN. Feb. 22.
FRANKFURT. Feb. 23.
F. P. Hellin. wartime m
fttructor in Geophysics at Harvard
University told O
1 |fWWllmil.a. dullrl.lisU Ih.t Russia ran never
tight a long range global war on
Dr Al'vin M WeTnlierf. D%WtOr mdBatfy Yepa'lrTo^""danS-d *'* JPSomm fLm *ijiy f
of Research at Oak Ridge ha* sup- Toads and keep them open to 3S 000J ".B'Jons .^ H* ,
plied some performance predic- Irafnc. This was necessitated be- H* **u. "^ *? *',.
nans tm the atom powered cause of the recent heavy rains fBuse. lot "2 "
atomic bomber of the future. which had damaged bridge* and worldl l,ul nrver. ><'s,fl > n
WeinherK recently said: "Such caused landslides throughout the lon*
an airplane would combine un- inland u-lng up $60,000 allocated :tdded.
UmlsM range. wilh tremendous for this purpose in this year'!
very high budget.
stmtegi.
speed and probably
J'.tun- it would be
weapon of veiy tleat potentir
n> " B.UP.
range globul
"No war can be fought
. Europe without the oil of the
Middle East" Iu this raapect, he
raid, the fate of Oermnny and
Meanwhile Honourable Hr,.ld Europe are bound together wi'h
Robinson, Chairman of the Sugar the fate of the Middle East.
B.I'.F
Kepi Dynamite
Under His Bed
ARTHUR LEWIS
JOINS C.D.C.
Manufacturers' Association, told
the Press that unless there is .i
rapid improvement in the weathet
the island's $26,000,000 crop is
threatened. He said that rains
which have fallen 41 of 52 days
this year, considerably slowed g( Lucian Professor Arthur
CHICAGO. Feb 23 nown reaping and grinding hut i^wU haa been appointed p.
Charles Gilbert, 30. told judge the S.M.A. Is still hoping; if the umo member of the "
F.ugciie Holland, there was weather improves to be able to Development Corpora tloi
nothing wrong with keeping 100 reap all canes. Although heavy Former part time members
stick*, of dynamite under his bed. rains have already affected the whose appointments are renewed
Ho said he planned to boil the sucrose content of canes, this i* are:
dvnamite and extract nilro- unlikely to affect crop prospects M Mr. Hubert Nutconw Hum.-.
iiiycerine so that he could get ex- ln* weather changes. C.B.E.. MX for threo years
perience for a job In a munitions . Mr Herbert Meller Gibson. J.P..
ulant The iudse ,nt hi., In A* a ru,t *>' thp weather for two % ears Sir Charles :....
ft torWdivs-BrP Trinidad's sport life Is almost at Darwin. K.B.E.. M.C*. F.R.S..
Jail tor TO days.I P fl sUndgtm w||h nickrl an.) for one year Two new members
, hockey league fixtures postponed have so far been
^^^ I The rim break in the consistent namely: Professor William Arthur
O d~\ O deluge came on Wednesday when Lewis. Ph.D.. Stanle> Jvofl
^amfl 1 ^"4 1 the sun peeped out of a cloudy sky Professor of Political Economy.
a^/ x_^ k_7 ; for a short time during the morn- Manchester University, for two
ing. but by afternoon the rain years. Mr. Granville Tyser.
started once more. Director of Laiard Brothers and
Co. and several other Companies,
Thursday morning broke cloudy for two years. It Is hoiicd to fill
bad a the day proceeded the sun the last of these vacancies In the
started shining.

. near future
To Beg For
5,000
From It. M Maet'OLI,
NEW YORK
It's tough at the trp Willlan-
who was New York'*
Mayor for live years, ha- tVMl
cd just how tough it was when
Truman named him U.S. Ambas-
sador to Mexico.
To live Hi the style t which
American Ambassadors are
accustomed, he says, he had to
send the hat round among rela-
tives and friends They kicked
Ui with Ift.lHlu
"Without that money I couldn't
have accepted the post." says
O'Dw; ei.
And to underline the bleakness
She's QUEEN In 'The
Land Of Love'
Ht MUX TAYI.OII
ONLY three woman In the Little wonder that the Tongani
British Commonwealth may be have such apfandld ph\ stque
addresned a. Your Majesty T<*ngnn* nke game- they ece
Queen Elii-il-'h. Queen Mary, at Rugger, cricket, tennis, and
^nd Queen Sa otl of Tonga. baskelball And ihey .ire renowned
Thi. enaak ..: Nukualofa ("the for their singing
l*nd f Love), capital of Tonga Bmt Crown
otherwUe the Paclnc Friendly _, *,., .. .... ,.
IsUnds. they are -lebrat.ng 50 -Thp ^'*fn- m b*nt" her-
years' association with Britain,
their great protector
Queen Salote, now 51, W the
world's largest queen. 6ft. Jins..
weight around 20st., and handsome
and regal with It
She rules over the last remain-
ing independent Island monarchy
200 or so islands with a popula- __,
."-S-",'-000, "nd""'H " - ::'
Life Of l.el-nre
TONGA'S men are brave
battle, good husbands and fathers all
and the beat sailors In the A Tongan boy gets a grant oi
Pacific. Rut their fundamental land when he is 16. which provide*
belief is that life ig a kindly thing, him with most of his food. On his
to be taken lriaurel> death it goes back to the State.
Que<-r> Salote has just said this There is no Income lax.
about the Treaty ot Friendship public debt. M real housing
*ith Britain: pfoblem.
'Far the people of Tonga it hag And what little labour is re-
pioved to be a blessing. It is quir.d for European leaseholds
my sincere wish and hope that the and stores is by "spontaneous olle:
very pleasant and happy relations of services."
which have existed for the past
50 years between Great BriUtln Fighters
and mv Kingdom of Tonga will There are no railwaysonl>
.ontinue undisturbed." aume 64 motor-cars and 12 motor-
When thev celebrate in Tonga cycles, but there is a llrst-clam
they really get down to it. The last airfield,
big affair was four year* ago, Tne airfield was kiven by the
when 31-year-old Crown Prince royal family of Tonga in the war
Tung! and his brother Fatafetii for a "peppercorn rent"and they
staged a double wadding. bin.- five miles ot road to it tree
ii.ihr>d Unlit- During the war men fought \v
"# S'SSK'lh. pr,n.w.r. P"** "ll. - b-rr.ck. ^
bathed dallj in propar.llon for Ol. dV^" "%.
cemnonle. by old wonm of tho !?^'_EUKSS
palace
Guests brought their own pigs
fOf the ten-day feast. The hibiscus
flower flamed In the women's hair,
there were wonderful costumes. ..
But. sotwiy enough, despite all *-P " U*wn
the exotic surroundings, the Ono ot the Islands, Faloon
princes were married a* inland, keeps on disappearing mtc
Wr.ii>.m- the ocean and reapi>earing.
Via For One In 1040 It was 15Uft. above the
Sir Harry Luke once attended a sea- and than sank below it
feast staged by Queen Salote They say the Tongane always
(the biggast woman I have ever have a flag ready to annex n
een") whenever It emerges
In front of euch group of guests Another of the islands, "Tin
was an enormous tray, 6ft. long fan Island.' started erupting in
by 2ft wide, solid I v packed with 1MB. so thoy moved tho Mow
foul people to a spore Island.
TIi.h M'emed t.. I> one roast And a tortolne. given h> C.iptair,
pig tor each guest plus turkeys. Cook to a local chier. still lives
chickens, crayfish, crab*, puddings ag-d 200 years.
and yams._______________ Lg--.
raised
and three Spit
1 Urea were nought
One body of SO Tongans woi
wo MM- two U S. Silver Start.
ml four mentions in despatches
Sir Frtieriik
Gowhni
Hopkins
icvoimttmari At tfitmirtrf t)
MMm, f.t Mi ,.,!, nl
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mim, HflM m*Jti fa
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imtmwm Jntif m the auk o/iln Kutxtf f^i jttmm mm mmmm m rlumirn.
w MB***rmt m li, Hykmwm ti.,:nrjprirurlf. mi iraiWavrt m* >W
a . tfKfilaanitlmaertfi: Ik wmimttf ma jppnMianU ai feaaw
mllanl ( m mdyiuJ tkmtt mnj ,aJyp, th, exmmuMm, eflkt l*itiM(mmtmd
blti*tt)ifarmutr).lUru..*i,*urllil,jihr:bl,mkwmll,l*Mt*mmmnamt
u aV Uaum i t-niit Mtlicmt itGuftlktfilJ b iMIar muniCmft kmjuj
laWlafumaau. Tm frn, ttm mwt mmd uCmunip **m f* ttit a Film mi
SOmmVllB, a&mmm\CMq,. 1 ,ttl. l.'^Unr. mwt,i if
ayal UtU,ftkt R^.lSciitty,mianaw!jtrt Vmltmt\*l. H
itMhemmArNtirlPriak, Ui ntltmhu.ymmrf.mi VfmmWtf
mm mtmm [*+,! ./ th, K^rf ...,,. ItrHai htli M am'aoi
1.7 iaj_l. * V > tmitiri ihrOtirr a/ Hull, lUteim laar.
Trade Ma'l. ..i ImajavfaJ ('In .nicnf InaTUtrtH Ltd. Ismdon. Fnulaiuf.
II
^Lti^1
Royal Party For Lady GodlVO
"Down Under" j 951
On March 1
thfi4d
oor
MINOR
You don'i have to longo a*g
car featuKi when too driv*
uw Morris Minor. Here i. a
hig .ar tn a imall waj. Seat-
ing lor four. Over 7 cubic
feet of luggage space. Torsion
hsr, inJcrrnJcnt front wheel
utpcnuoa for moother rid*..
Ii'i easy to steer through
11 .Hi. : '." to park saay i
garage. If conosrry nicrests
you. Kt J5-*o miles per gaUoa
iiiiMii-i longer rum (af roar
nwacy.
By H'MI |)>l Ml I IM.I K
CANHBHItA. Feb. 22. COVENTRY, England Feb.
King George end Queen Eliia- Coventry'* Featlvai of llrllain
Co,'a' tod ban^^^^ ' """'""" ""
fell hi has now
4s 3d. In
York bank
ife. ItaaB O'Dwyer, beautiful
former model, hut a; 1.010 5s. M
al another hank
SEE SUNDAYS
ADVOCATE
iSB March I, 1952. for their tour of ahapely miss to play Lady Godiva
Australia. Auitrahan Prime Min- unii r,de through the ilreeU on
i.iter Menztn announced here to- horsebacks In the city'* pageant
day. on June 23.
The King's party will leavo
_ w. *-. -.,. Brisbane for New Zealand in May Peeping Tom., totirliti and local
Of Ihe i.5.u.i0gven by friends l952. after touring .11 the Aus- Inhabitants are all Invited to
,ys O Dwyer, 1,607 went for a ^.^ ,,, np .,,, aUnd und iU
Princess Margaret will ercom- The original Lady Godiva, a
pany the King and Queen. .Saxon girl of the ilth century.
The tour wan oiigmally planned r,^|#, risked through th<
for 1946. but waat postponed be- gf Coventry to gain Irom her
caus* of the King's Illness husband a remission of ih<
-Reader
t*ardrobc for Mrs. (>' I It
Ambassador'^ present salary.
appointed. C6.730 I year, minus taxes.
ATOMIC BLAST* out on the
'ing grounds In Nevada
hnve worried a good many local
residents. Hut nohaxiy is more
wonii-d than the proprietors of
plushy gambling spots In Las
Vegas resort Reason: All tho
a/haMtf have lieen thrown
off hfllnnce
UUIII.IR living Meyer got
off a Now Yof4j Fifth-iivenue hu-
and left behind him diamTrnds
th 17,860. Reason Too busy
sdlng (he comie strips.
tolls
nuosed
Fashions Should
Kcrve Workers
CZECH PAPER
i rMgftft
tenants.
.She was the beautiful wife ot
1-eofrlc. Earl of Mercla and lord
of Coventry, a very grasping
aristocrat according to all the
legends.
GodlvH badgered her husband
time and time againas women
PRAGUE. Fsb. 22. will do- -to let up on the teaoa
Fashion in Chechoslovakia must and at last, tired of her nagging.
working people and not he agreed to oat taxes If she
itliin| ladies" according would ride naked through the
to "trade union newspapers. The streets of the town
papers said. "Like everything else The blonde iHiniMhell of I04
fashion in Oie capitalist world M took him at his word and again
- means for exploitation of work- as women will do. pulled a fast
buses the natural ono.
ill dress- Before mounting her horse for
proclamation
uld slay in-
coneider imitations of bourgeois deon and shutter their windows
ilothed
r-erve
WHEN Mrs. Thelma Ri'i was
si act to death in her Baltimore
home, her two children, sitting in
the nea,i room, heard nothing. ., .
They were watching a Western , because It
programme on TV. and cowboys' .jcalre of woman to bo ...
ahota drowned out the realities. ^ -n,, e'esire to bo well dressed, the ride she issued
PKOI'OHALS that the U.S. & nothing bad. But we do not tht all persons ah
Government tiix on whisky should conrlder imitations of bourgeois
go up by 1 (from 3 lo 4 per modes, which serve the needs of >^n thm m^ the rid.
gallon) are causing deep gloom -do nothing ladies", beautiful. We ^jy ln her long fla
;imong lejrttiinate distillers prefer -firactleal dress whirh
Quite a,*rt from finding the would make the worker feel con
extra money, they say 11 will cause for table at work and at pla;
ii.o-
"fantastic increase" in moon-
shlnlng (illicit stills). The 19.000
B I tills seized in 1949 had
a combined capacity of 120.00*1
gallon* more than the total
legitimate output.
ft]
BUP.
FILM FESTIVAL
Ken Abla<-k Will
Represent B.B.C.
Wcsl Indies
' ""' Oar Owa t'acia*Saat|
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Feb. 23.
It Is understood that Mr.
Kenneth Ablack. a Trlnidadlan.
hni been selected for attachment
to the Barbedos-Trlnldad-Britlsn
Guiana group of Colonies with the
headquarters in Trinidad for tho
Only one person disobeyed her
proclamation, a tailor, ever after
wards known as "peeping Tom "
This sly character bored a hole
In his shutters to get an eyeful
but the legend says that he war.
struck blind for his trouble.
NEW YORK. Fab 2J Th. 1MI (lod.v. mull b. of
Pllm .lar. and nlm worHara In- malur. ar. MMRmM
cluduTg Joan Ponlulnc. U*M* f^^* "'' "Jl'lku a
Wmd.ll Cam, Pamela N.al and l-l John D.rek l.fl hor. to-day tor
Monlavklao pnroute In the Pun-
'.adolsta dim ftativol.
_B D P.
CHINS UP/
LONDON, Feb.
If ycu want to avoid corns, hold
chin up. That's the edvlr-
But pageant master Leonard
Turner will provide 'flesh
'inured lights" to cover the 1051
Godiva's embarrassment Hair
styles In this day and age arc
rather shorter than In the 1 l'h
century. Besides
officials doubt they could llnd the
police to handle the crowds pour-
ing In to witness the faitMul
production of the original rid
This year's Godiva will
necessarily have to be a bl
m.nr.V. afAm.lLJii.,ir^ J" your chin up. That's Uie aovice nPressarUy have lo l a oion
n SSrS^, PlnBbrow5cnrt,n of the Council of Chiropodists cf hlM, her pr^eceaaor. Turner al
"JoUl m~A IW. a wjg^ handy to help t
Under the Colonial and Devel-
i.menl Welfare Act, ihe sum of
-me 75.000 has been allocated f"
l.e development
ALASKAN DEFENCE
PLAN PR*JSED
The first break In ihe consistent dluslon.
pVrt based on a survey of hun-
Of "oro^dca^lng <^ l *\*n'^.m!^*l
nntint a fre*. arnni P*>" ten* ' tho#* <("esUoned
'. "I, ..:I.!,.T?Tnnld/dTmrn"! "-' "' '"'"-' "" "
"n^SSLTS'JSm, """..cd th. backacna and th.
work to hVdon. up to com. that ... with It. Iba .apott WASHINGTON, Tt
IBM by tor U B.C producer who adviaad. Th. Sanal. Prapmadnaaa aub-
w b. attached to tho Govern- M Jt ,,,.,. C'ommitte. uld it would lie Impr*-
mm* al (fell colony ror three year. "Kw " h~d <>' '***** Mill, lo bold aU of AU.ka and the
t. aanat the broodcaitlng wrvlcca ba,k and feet parallel when walk- A|,.uB,n |,|,d, , , of war
af Barbadoa. riritUh Guiana, 'nK Thla eauaoa a pull and pain W|tn Ruola Thc Bub-Commlttee
Trinidad nn.l the Windward which muat b. borne for a week 1Trrtittd ,. orrn,d force, however
or two. If a Ufe-tlmc nt fool wJth currying ! m -realwt
r I u...... ' ir.: ill,- I! 11 (' producer "Al on. Urn., added tne re- M(| y^,, would be "no Pearl
will spend about 21 monlha .ach port, "auch reason, as hiah heels HarUmir- , lh^ lwt,tory If lha
sI in B.irbad.,s and British and tlghl-fllting shoes were ad- rrtlnl ttttm rf .isohm, u irvaln-
Gulana. vancea as Ihe reason for corns. tsined,
h broadcaslina swvieea without some The'sub-CommUti* wsrrssd lb.
..lax-?, r&zzns ,xrfJt-,;: -^^d^r^Sm
amalUtral* aervue. mav shortlv whv people who never wore such psnng proper deretire ror '*'*''
h^'tClnuT^ ... .Uo uoubled ru-nT.nd' TSZ
B"B"?%ro.huU?' "dV"' "' '*" -S-S.a, ..... r.ou,r^en,.-. i P
NEW RELIEF FOR
ARTHRITIC PAINS
But new treatment does mort than
ease these terrible agonies.
A aew product, DOI-CIN. has bawn ereaud which not anly givaai
prompt rsllef from th" pnina due to the aymptoms of arthritis and
rbaHunatiam. but aU" nffi-. t (he metabolir pro. #aa*a which conatltul*
very important a"l of the rlieumatie "UU'a background.
DOLCIN hna Tn*n thoroughly Usted in med.ral b^Catlom
DOLCIN ia being uil (SOB) will) unpriK-edented aueeeas. DOIA.IN
U being mmmSa bv doeton lh" And v> ha" Iraady
aWaaad normal Hvtaa as I raaull ..fiak.ng IJOM-IM. .,___
Don't delay. Profit bv tl.....iperknc* of fail low-victims of tha-e
pains. tJet DOLCIN today. A bottle of 100 precious tablets costs
only
tot* IV
liOOKERS DIWG STORES flridtfetoum oad -llplia
Miarmoev.
ilJlON
SMART and DURABLE for
TENNIS AND OTHER SPORTS
New Shipment of PUMPS in Brown anil White
Sites: 6 II
PRICE: 1.60
fUUct


PACE FOUR
KAKBADOS ADVOCATE
BAttnUMT, IIHKIAriY 24, 193,
BAKBAlW^^AI^tKiATE
('.. 1.14 Hr-aS *' PrM.*w
S.lllird 1% I'.'lll 11.: r \ -I. I'l.'.l

ition >! ths I'-i-j>N
Act came into force. Amnm; Its provisions
is one for the reduction ol the quorum of
I; use of Assembly tu m 12 to 9.
Tin- km > reduced bj I
bour Party .ind insisted on In tplts -if the
abjection thai 11 was undk mocratic to main
9 a quorum out Of 24. Imposes . r.rt'.it re-
sponsibility on the members of that party
who now conduct the affairs of Govern-
ment.
On lha ground Ol qpodttney it has been
argued that the Party did not have any
large majon'y and that if the Electors'
Association ho dwindling Con-
Cross learned up against them ll was im-
possible to yet anything done. It has hap-
pened that the absence of members of the
Opposition parties from the meetings of
the House has caused inconvenience inas-
much as there was no quorum and the
House had to bo adjourned. But it was the
duly of the Government Party to provide
Hi full quota of members to conduct the
business of the House as they had under-
taker t" do They did not do '.his. Instead
they tatfoduced l.i amendment which now
makes nine mappers a quorum to conduct
the business of the H
Measures which now come before the
House* are on occuloni extremely complex
and it is often merely because ol the sug-
ted amendments of the Opposition that
the result of the debate produces a work-
able bill. The Labour Party cannot boast
-nprehensive talent m their ranks and
it is imperative that they exercise the
greatest care in conducting the work of the
House with us small a number as nine
members.
It was always the duty of the Opj
to attend all meetings of the House dt
the fact that they were not i.sponsible for
Government business. It is now their
especial duty to attend even more assidu-
ously so that the collective knowledge and
wisdom of the twenty four members will
always be available in the service of the
community.
It will be interesting to see what effect
the change will haw on the work of the
House.
SUPPING
IT is noticeable that suggestions for re-
form when they ;n,. accepted ill Barbados
invariably get an enthusiastic welcome.
Ever* effort is made to carry out the new
jchemea and lor brief period the pubhe
can be assured of satisfaction.
it is also noticeable that within i lew
weeks after any change has been uistituted
there is railing away From desirable and
bensjfidal practices,
The Streets of Bridgetown some weeks
ago showed an appreciable improvement in
the matter of rUinilnSM Bins had been
provided and carts removed refuse during
the day so that the fruit skins and snap:.
of paper should not displace Bridgetown
after the volume of traffic had ceased, the
stores closed and there was opportunity to
look around at greater leisure.
Recently there has been a fall,:
from these standards and people have
fallen bock into the old ways.
In matters of public interest there is
every necessity for continued vigilance if
conditions are not to return to the unsatis-
factory. It is easy to allow them to deteri-
orate when once there is a belief that what
is everybody's duty is moIxkIv's. In the
case of the insanitary condition of the
streets, it is In the interest of tin
themselves that tlirte b. no return to the
pleasant but dai time ol throw-
ing fruit skins and bits of paper on the
roadway, and large heaps of refuse in
gUtte) to block them. This City will be
judged by visitors from the standard of
cleanliness which they find In it.
Oar ICi.itl. is Seas :
( Itll'I'S
A flOW
l' >NI> iN,
Mr Hugh Gaitskell. U
itllor .r
minded convincing When

lure might

ions, the Anal.
By Oavid Temple Roberti

public gallery.
Hum butter. British
*
without cum
'
im Hugh
1010
1S4S,
r .1. way '
felt that this th-.. ..-^..ni^
^nnamenl programme '. k| t
The Other \ MSI
Wilh Mr Churchill continually
nir Its in,


' Of the U.....

aBBBBBBBBBBsSias they
urung of" a To:.. ;hc most Initamr uhll<' W'- rtmll tn-
and bitter crisis. The programme , __. WM m j,||(. i,( pin
the Chancel'm ,
they ju>- ,
tl.HflO million linmial ci .. c 1 700 bu'
m urmament by ]9M- and ,i and took quite happ)
rnmed programme llo ,,,.
, Iti sports Lebouj
defence burden prop..r [(WVT. BrlUfh cars for Europe ,"t",": 'tli holding. But
tionately higher th.n that of any frwcr locomotives for Pakistan lncn* ' nother fide Th<
intry of the A'l ., r dynamoa for Dar-es-Salaam' l**l(," ' the labour Pnrty argue
u..ri.f..iMiiWHlk.d.> textiles would have to MTtl J*0!?* *&*?> 4P '
.. the man whr f n by a double caar.pa.gn neicnco
. ... -" ("urn annaa h_ _. tht'TP tt J\f
.. Mne gun* (I
Aush OalMoaU cor- ,H"M ut clo"" rationing. Ih# ^^ Labo-.ir "...nUnuaiiv
talnly. no claim can bo made thai The only way Mr. Galtakell clal
. pre-war expert- cold expect the rearmament Pakistan and thataeacc with India
was confined to acadamU programme tube endured >o lightly Ho argues that Chip hill would
life, hat any of the brilliance oi WM tl> presume that the output of have lost all Asia 1:
tish indujtry would continue for the conception of I Colombo
. haa mod- onward and upward. Industrial Plan and it stSf u
on ""' output has been rising steadily for 'hat plan through
greater. This week, we saw the thrPo years. But It can only con- for the continued
shadow of Sir Stafford Cripps at un,. tl. rtsS it the raw materials- L-'1
the Despatch box making a speech meuils and rubber, wool and fibre HW O nej n
in the authenlir tone of the didac- -continue to arrive m increasing ously weapon-mi" tic barriBtcr. Uattskoll is a short- qilunii[V> And that, frankly. Is the I-abour, now it m eommttti
ar man than Cripps. But he stni I'nitcd States is defence proframmi- is much bet-
___,tl. 11___....^.... __uflln..b. nwrgM. ihl k, from the poi- M~ ., T f" r",I" Ihi-rc must bt: L
with the same unflinching stiff- ultn|[ iu wealth to stockpile; msa balance the two load:
ness. He made his speech with aJ business all over the world are of defence and lh Well are Stall
li placed, stiii i nptedtohold i "g on the i.mg Miffcring
the table He treated na h evegy country m be camel David Low"! cartoon ihu
i>I Cowunoni l" lecture in sjco- market for scarce Industrial ma- week gives this point "f 1
B display of vir- tenals is competing one with an- ttrtatlj OelttfceU is the e.nii- I
i .iinding tricky other. Hugh Gaitskell gave an dnvcr. sitling perched up anC
Mibjiit He opened, but only eKampie: Milphur, he wid. Ko i .nn the camel
Sir Stafford would have M p hninans Sulphur looks round querulously while
:h i few disdainful part* t|,s to mind a yellowish powder Shli
gibes Hut hc MKm left that dU- ,Vith h" I tk is that
dninful part to Mr. An. .
to apeak later And for chancellor called it lulptU
ending, w. H Cnpp- it just appears in the mind s eve as
Our. stern purp hquid in a nice big blown- 1 expect thai now a strong body
was emphasised, our hearts wen- ci.lss flask (he lla-k could be of 1-ibour opinion
to be uplifted with the hope that ,,. ,, a l.^np Aneurm Bevan In take Ernie
tanks from assembly lines, stock- for the hall table. But sulphur HM Bevlo i ll . s K
tin, million of men I Itic bo>
arith ta^ ka would detei arithoul which indu^'.rv would (he is 54 I
the aggressor and preserve the ,,,,0 1 eouM if they could make younast than ur lead-
free world. We were told to ne. | :in; j,uri. thev tr), made a speech that
harderand we were offered tht couldn't make paint; 1 wonder Churchill cone worth
ray of hope. Sir Stall ghethei ;!* SOUld BUU*
managed to behave as if he rvalh paper, and they certainly can't Labout xpressed the strongly held
believed his own messages. I'mafci without aulphui ,w 'nal CommuniSni ll
jmust be admitted that Britain had afid. Unfortunately, as Mr. Onlt ;'''1 ny political datno-
ruUUed export targets ret by Sx|>lained, most of U. '' polltt-
Stafford that nobody could bein'vi ,ui,,i,ur cornea tron the Unltei 1 democraey thej don'l
in but that Slealgre/ ChanesUefl Suites which la now rather in- cons, r
Hugh Caitskell could hardly carry dined to keep it nil itself. S< In this speech Aneurln Bevan
the san. ; who lfoks nthl lick to the Labour
The economic theorem that like a small boy), British Presi- theory that a long-term peacr
Gaitskell sought p, sattabUah was dent of the Board of Trade, is oil Would I* reached with tl
that Britain could readjust hei ( Washington to see if he can beg pies Government" of China; but
production and continue on the some sulphur to loplcnish his th<
.neral road in such n way chemical set Bsrl 1 iSly, SUCh '< ;1 i :"t Implying any of the anx-
that 4.700 million would In and lous appeasement that the left
voted to armament in thr<' ". 1 H,ev profa bl> cannot be settled wins advocates Aneurin Bevan
and all this without more than R |>V the unaided efforts of one made a striking impression.
slight decline In the standard o! country wen though led by the think it was hi* bid foi powerif
living of toe country. Oerman wt usdbu on (here is itUl awer fot
,i.nt under the Nazi I whom the mantle of the austere oclaU Before th
will be renumbered, was launched Chancelloi h..s fallen ro dramai en will have U
on the theory that gun were-brttef tally, so convincingly. d,-ide that.
Mr C. J. P. CAVE
MIt CHAni.ES JOHN PHILIP
GAVE, M-A ehoai
1 r ! 11.- recorded In tbt
imlKTS of
India Cceamttftea, and
n Ufa rnember since
..t his home at
Mill. Pi lei-Ntii'lri. on
1 8th.
1 in May, ia-i. he was
i the Oratery ieho '.
I Tlinlt] College.
Cambridge. He was the eldeft son
II Mi Leun n IS fit I
'Hose mother was Sarah, daugh-
ter ..1 Mr Brtwanl Carleton Cum-
Urbalch. of Bristol and llarluidos.
1 10 tin- (unlly cam** tote
possession of Nicholas Abbev in
.In- pan-h .f,Sl lv.
Al one time Nicholas Abl>ey
was owned jointly by Mr. Edward
Cumberbalch and his brother Ml
Laurence Trent Cumberbalch. kg
iledlcotetl the east win-
'!'"' "f St IV Km.
SoelShMOWa. A further link
with the island tM thivugh Mr.
Charles Cave's great grandfather
Stephen. wIim married Anne.
daughter of Mr. Thomas Daniel.
and Barbados.
Nicholas Abbey is Hie oldest
he island, havini; been
built In the seventeen!!:
n is "f two storeys and has the
unique distinction pf possesclng
ned (he plaiUalion BhwSrth,
but tnis was sold before the lait
S man of Wldo
inlere.-ts and in the Held ol mete-
brnlogy lie established a oanald-
erable repulatmn |[,. wos also an
on medieval alone
carving, and a gifted photograph-
MctcorologiM
He became interested in m.t -
orology as far back as 11*0.1 and
was soon Aylnfl Utei wftti .if-
n-cnrding instruments I
temperature and humid:
upper air and sending up pilot
balloons to find the w;nl
different belSbtS. ll" liecame a
Fellow 1 f ihe Royal Met. I
Hi president in
191315. and had the rate dis-
tinction ted far a
192426.
II, i- I'.ll
i
ini
Dm Brat
whan the need for meteorological
rervtec for the array became 00-
rloUS, Mr Cave 0HV11.
I as cap-
tain, and weal out t*> France where
he -t>k uver ihe Instruction 1: the
observers. He later returned Ui
Enjland to train recruits for the
n 11 the service n qurn
to meet the nerds ol the gunners.
tho sound-raimet
panics and Qlf rapidly growing
Royal Plyina corps.
He initiated the Thui
m Kimixation and Is author
tf the valuable contribution to
the Mru.-turr ol ih.
Atmonphrre in CSSaF Wc-lher: a
Study of Soundlm.'.. with Pilot
lUIUona.
iii- other main Interest grew
out "I" nil study of photography.
particularly the comp u
new science of telephotography-
H bseeane interested in the all
but invisible i- uf-hu .-e- o(
medieval churches and set him-
self to StUd) an* U
by means of photogi. 1
1931 he was able to present in 11
serlei < Ihe magnir.cieni CSrvtalff In tho
roof of Canterbury 1 .
00 YEAR SCO! IS MAN
OF AlIIOiN
LONDON. Feb. 14.
Sir John liniie. newly appmntril CommiS-
.sMnei (Of LOSS] GOVI inmenl In Trinnl.itl .m.1
I known as u man S
done. His business efficiency and lucid ex-
position are almost as well known in the
West Indies as tin y are 111 his n:mvc Scot-
land.
Typical ol the man is Usli story told about
him after hc had been to tin
a Government Commission in 1M9.
We usually net reports about two years
after a Commission has come out from
Britain," ho was told. "I suppose it will b--
the same avjam.'
The reply came back at once "You will
have it before we go up the gangway on our
return." And Sir John was as good as his
word.
Since 1926 Sir John has been City Cham-
berlain of Edinburgh In which high position
he has been in charge of the purse strings of
the Scottish capital. He intends lo resign
from that position on October 16th which
will be his 60lh birthday. Shortly after he
ill leave for Trinidad.
The appointment Is of a temporary nature
and Sir John expects his work in Trinidad
will occupy about two years. He will be
responsible for organising and administer-
ing the Department of Local Government
which is new. and which he will virtually be
required lo "create"under the Minister of
Local Government in the island. His func-
tions will include the maintenance of rela-
tions between Ihe Central and Local Gov-
ernments.
His forthcoming retirement will be a big
loss to Edinburgh. Successive City Tnvisine: -
have been guided by him in watching ove
the finances of the city and it is due to his
constant care that the rates of Edinburgh
have maintained a stability quite extraor-
dinary in comparison with many other eftfaS
and quite remarkable viewed against the
changes in the value of money which have
though ihat"was the argument, he****0 l>luct' duHftg his tenure of office.
The rates stood at 8s. 5d. when he took over
his appointment. Later they rose to 8s. lOd
then fell again to 7s. lid. at which figure they
remained for many years. At the present
day the figure is 8s. 6d.- just one penny more
than when Sir John took office.
In the accounting world Sir John distin-
guished himself by taking Honours in the
examination of the Association of Incorpor-
ated Accountants and Auditors and is one of
the few Scotsmen to have occupied the posi-
tion of president of the Institute of Municipal
Treasurers and Accountants.
He has served oh many Government com-
mittees including the Scottish Hotisini; Ad-
visory Committee and the Scottish Rating
and Valuation Committee.
Sir John has also written extensively on
local government finance and administration.
His approachability and* sense of humour,
combined with a quiet, modest demeanour.
have made him as popular a figure among
city officials in Edinburgh as tht? will in
Trinidad.
His sixty years are carried lightly but
the secret of his youthful appemancu is a
persona! secret. It was even more marked
when he became City Chamberlain at the
early age of 34. Shortly after his appoint-
m 1 ha anttrad the witness box to give
awidanea before a Parliamentary Commission
in the city and when he replied to counsel
thai he was City Chamberlain of Edinburgh,
the noble Lord who presided looked incred-
ulous and asked that the question be re-
peated. This then is Trinidad's new Com-
missioner for Local Governmenta man of
youthful enthusiasm and wide expemmes
a man who has already decided that when his
work in the West Indies is completed he will
return (o Edinburghand almost assuredly
more work.
published as the fourth
of the Cantivbtir\ (Mhrriral
Papers by (ha Friend 1 t Canter-
bury Cathedral. In the cot
this field he took
over a.i'U photographs.
Mr. Cave was a nvn of quie
-nd courteous bearing .
students and friend- remembe
with (-latitude hu. great kmune'
and generosity. He married 11
1895 Miss Wilhelmina Kerr
(daughter of Major Francis Kerr*
In ISM. They are ur-
viveil l>y their four sons and n
daughter.
A Special Correspondent
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1*- down and eating It. One day
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1 ml up instead ot the mast
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aled but out ,SI A
area, can be sect uimiiit} ', hi
discuss way-: and moans of meet- To The t'diti-r. Tlir Advocate
tng this Ioni; felt want. sl" -*' n advi
Perhapa you will allow me spaca to-daj thai Mr. Norman Duihie li
1 aii lo Ueturs on Mo
has a direct l-curinf on the sub- 26 al the British Council with
ject. reference to a Barbados Theatre.
About 9.30 p.m. last Saturday Amour with i
<>f the finances of auci
i*?en imp- .1 theatre will know mat if ft u
ped in the flood waten of the inusi b<
rential raini that had bd ual every opportunity In
that day. Hc hurried t aklns after It fa bull)
and nun >uund as II I an
' . but 1
deavouring to find the ov net but SO > ....i,(,n.' of drsms
without succefi ko ha
t'a "sake-
was in good i
agree with them. Certain things
cannol be n- ulcvted or skimped
and the efTec; ruined. On the other
, many who know tome-
thing about theatre are agreed on
ing what you can
ppftfa on nagc.
For these same few, nothing
but straight drama shim,
klWSd tO enter Ihe porr.i ,,1
proposed theatre and co
their Art.
There Is one i rerequi.iite for a
theatre. Money, i cannol asa las
llovenimeni Bvln| it 1 eifnnot
Bg given by public sub-
scription If inera ft talk of a
ml loan free of interejf.
t !- peld bach out of the profits
thoiitrc. think how Saudi it a II
\it for Art's sake"
I of thin- mi
efforts to repay it! How much less
! ,
wtr few will lend the
In these einun

few with my pessimist.
they are to some aitent
Inly ii^-
pects of the situation aba

tkg othen
i nit the spade
without U
This Is but a very brief outline
cf the lines of thought, I think,
Mm r] tl an Duthla
Can throw new Ufhl on the sub-
ject, .,^i i think be arftll
' Ifhl ..t 8.30 should lie intcre-!-
i i ok it will be very inter-
esting.
! I\ LYNCH
S3.a.81
H .(/,./ K /ii i
< Slit. 1 would like, through
your coliunna, to make an nppeu,
to Goddard and Stollmeyer. Cnp-
UUns ot UN Barbadoa and Trinidad
i 1.'. to give as
i and lovers of West ln-
> assistance they
ii, lo the W I Selcctori in their
earch fw I
We know that the present ser-
ies of games serve as trials for the
Australian tour, on which 1 under-
stand the W.I. will be ati
.
land. 1 : (!>
lid the exira place
LUnM l*or the in.
u wicket-keeper, selected for that
purpose alone, who can relieve
Wnlcott of much of the strain of
the tour.
1 ihink agres with
i no not think U

iien keep
wicket for the 13.C. U
Ifcra ..know that Jamaica and
! ' will he showing their wicket
hsajpan U. the Seleelor, In Jamaica
S It T a1^ T*'''"a''d have
tiree which they can show, these
Ian, Lrgall and Wood. I
venture to suggest to Goddaui and
Mo [niever tliut in tne interest ot
WJ Cricket, and in fairness U
these three they ahould all be
shown before these series are over.
Wood especially, should have a
ohancs la (he M.-ond match He
napMBS to play for thecolot.v that
has the outstanding keeper -Wal-
eott. Suppose Wood was belter
<-ther keep,! in Ihe W.l
witli the exception U '.'.
would it be fair either to him or to
the W.l for him not lo I
e ? After all Walcott is
i eertatnty, and Hnrbados there-
tt.re ofTeis no candidate for the
extra w icket-keepmg honours
when we show bint to the select-
ors.
I repeat that I feel that Wood,
(.uillcn and 1-egall should be
shown, and offer this
to tno bkippers. I trust th.it tbta
Utter will be takt
sportsman that reads it b
Which ll is written. I
.V'i m do way bandar,
but as a West Indian *
eat leave
these shores to do battle with the
present cricket champions of the
world.
I would like to take this oppor-
tunity of congratulating "John" or
his selection as W.l. skipper f->-
the Australian tour, which WM
nnounced on the air von
an aura that bj the Hsna bs rs-
turns from "Dawn Under" the
championship will have changed
handi
Tluinking you for space. Sir.
Yours faithfullv
STUMPER.
tl niti-r
To The Editor. The JllftlQcati
s.t .pori-anpondH i
in >wur Wednesday''- edition
clalma thai he atarts work at I
at 9 pm. Hi
r, thai M
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B from 2 p.m. to 5..K'
p.m. sis days a week, and nu
oaa dag nfl saok arsjafe
He also says Uiat he only get.
$7 00 per week. Again he make*
nu mention of his meals that an
. I huiel, and I V
whicli he does not pay.
1 am reliablv informed that
any waiter who cannot doulle
his wages In tips during the
.alter to-
la M-ll known that
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SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 84, l5l
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACE FIVE
Where The Soil Runs Away
leading thrnukh Richmond. On the %F
By A Staff Reporter
COIL erosion will continue in St. Andrew Md St. Joseph
until i uferably casuannas and cocoanut,
n planted on the slopes of hills. Tin's!' trees shmiltl I**
d clan enough to allow the roots to Interim
In this way the roots would hold the soil firmly, and apart
from slopping notion, form a hard surface on which the
water could run while Koing towards the various ravines.
is a strong force and the bridge. It heads towards the
On nearly bridge's structure, in some cases
Hi (.ills iti undermining this llmetun Mrf
Spring Vale causing the bridge to full In, If
St. Joseph, wnl erosion trees were planted on the slope;.
i takes place. The svatef In its mad although it would incur a great
rush down the slopes carry along expense, the money would be well
with it banan i ,nd spent Repaint done yearly to
: thing that stands in its bridges would become a thing of
DM the past On the other hand, the*.-
On the ascond leg of its journcv '^"J^^Tl^^"^^',
-through the ravines-it carries 2LSKTL 8"d *"* lh" ,our',t
nothing to admire.
e !- ng Pond area. __.
large silt around lasuanna rrntection
Lakas Bridge causa the river bed On one slope in the Mount Wil-
lo rise It ^ocs nn rising until the ton area nearly two acres of
water Is forced to look for another rasuartnas arc ^planted. At this
same spot erosion once took place
The water then changes its but now It has ceased The*e
1 and instead of going under casuarlnas also protect the road
leading through Richmond. On the
other side of the road are large
and small cocoanut i
years now the large ones have
been saving the road from faUksf
AiiuUier part of Richmond Road
Is broken jW.iv and it
matter of a leu linnf.ills baran
this road is divided in two. Piles
the ground to
protect this part of i:
Some still stand upright but the
force of the water has bent Mhm
At Spi ink \'<>
m M * r soil erosion
during the recent rains. Many
holes of canes remain rotten at
the bottom of the ravine and the
slope looks as though another good
howar would cause further slides
A peasant who lives in the area
reaped eight acres from his rented
piece of land last year.
he expects only two tons from the
erne Ml "' land s.
he went to bed and left large
bunches of canes in the ground.
On the following morning, iftef
ii rainfall, he found a smooth lilt
of ground i place "i uW
Not even a cane hole was left to
tell the tale
WHENEVER rain falls soil erosion occurs on the slope at Mount Wilton (centre). If trees ware plant
i'd on tnis slope the roots would form a hard surfaca for the water to run on and also hold the soil firmly.
DURING Uie recent rainfall a landslide occurred on this
iae aud -ome have already been washed awsy.
lope. Many holes of canes now Ue In the itv-
Labourer
Remanded
AFTER pleading guilty to
these things on February 17. After
he round that these articles were
missing he made inquiries and then
reported the matter to 11
On February 21 he saw Waleott
on St. George's Church Road. He
._ went to a house in Cerrfngfon
charge of larcciw brouafu by the Village and there identified the
PoUea, Prince Waleott. a labourer watch as his property.
of Hanson Tenantry. St. George. Police Constable 184 Clarke said
was ram Worship Mr that on February 21 in consequence
r, B Griffith Acting P.dice of a report that he received at the
Magistrate of District "A" yester C.I D. he went on duty with a man
day until February 26. "1 Young who made a report
The prosecution itated that of larceny.
Waleott stole articles to the value
Of (Sift M the property of He went to St George, Church
Jordan Young pf Fontabelle, S. Ro*d and there saw the
Michael, on February 19. who took ,n''m "> Walkers anl
DtOu out to them a man to whom
Jordan Young said that on Feo- ne said he had given the watch.
ruary 19 he missed a pair of pants The watch was shown to Young
a black fount as his own. On
on this he cautioned Waleott Some-
nd time later Waleott made a volun-
works at the Dairy. He last saw tary statement.
THIS part of Richmond Road runs over a hill tovsrdu the valUy.
The cocoanut trees (right! for year- now have protected the road
from fulling in. Yonng trees nre planted to take the place of these
old ones in years to come. The embankment (left) is ab*o planted
with tiee*.
More Govl.
Houses Go Up
Twenty- four three-room houses
are being built at two of the
nt Housing scheme dis
tricts, 12 at the Bay ami I* H
At the Pino oi present ibtn
are 17 coi whk h
will !* rented shortly. Besides
these 27 and the 12 that are now
being built . M other houses of various sizes
I which are being rente.!
lVop!, |0 (lie I'll
1 houses before any road had been
built from the Housing Scheme
area to the in.nn road between
Rock and Two MIL-
Hill Now. however. I
road connect lag the bye-roads
between the bouses with the mam
rcsd.
On another part of the PlM
Plantation, nearer Two Mile tini
and fpt'i a aeerunenl Hill,
houses are being removed i
others, both wooden and wall are
being constructed. Rock
are being used to build roads
through this ares as part
vlously a cane ground and the
other part a grass field
Residents of the Pine area told
the Advocate yislenl..v they OOfM
that us more people are moving
into the area, it wilt soon be made
a 'bus route
Some of the people who have
bought land at the Pine
mg out the possibilities of quarry-
ing on a small scale. At different
points the land owners are fatting
rood stone blocks.
OBITUARY
Mother Man Dalton
Mother Superior of the Ursullne
Convent. Colly more Hock, receiv-
ed the sad new i
death in British Guiat
of Mother Man Dalton (Mother
Sacred Heart) OF'
Mary Dalton was the
daughter of the lite Dr. H.
Dalton. former Headmaster
Harrison Colic;.
stationed at the
' here.
She took a gn
the school,
with the teaching of mus'c and
British
1 .neral take* place Tn
Georgetown at 9 o'clock, this
morning.
Pipe Line Breaks
At Roebuck Street
WBOsI Tin: ROM i
many St. Andrew
nre experiencing a water short
iter anu tiowiiiu along
Roebuck Street shortly aftc
o'clock yesterday morning.
The pipe line oppot
Straughan's Garage broke ..ml
BW .iWr rushed towards the
surface of the road. M
of the road were damai I
mechanics had constantly to
sweep away the rushing water
for the garage entrance
Shortly afterwards labouiers
fnin the Waterworks Department
rived and turned off t
In the Hillnby. St. Simons ..nil
nets in St. Andre.v the
people are being affected by a
water shortage. When.,, i 'i
from the Waterworks |)< .
arrive in that* dttt
rush for water.
On Wednesday people from the
St Simons district could bo seen
waiting along the road for the
arrival of the truck Som
transimrt the water to their home
in donkey drawn carts.
pBOM EARLY ON Thursday
av art rung much flying fish were
flowing into the Public Igarka)
: it'.-, v.,1.- i :, brought
in at BnUisheba nn.i Ln St. Joseph
fish were selling at a S
yesterday morning.
At the Fish Market In the City
some boats brought in three
ish and oth-1
four Shortly altar rUna o'clock
on Thursday night fish -o, i
ing at a penny aacfa while earlier
in the evening they wi i
fa three cantfl apiece.
Donkey drawn carts and push
carts could be Ml
n.arket Their owners bought
flying fish Bl one dollar .< hundred
nnd then took them out into
distant districts.
A fisherman told the Aarveasle
"it was like old times
and porhaaa marly
bodian will be eating flying (Vh
and coucou today."
JOSEPH WALCOTT. walked
n to the Advaeale's Editorial
terdjij morning with a
gad chicken In ,i basket
On many previous occasions
three legged chickens were hatch
ed and once one had four legs.
Walcott's hen sat on nine egf*
and all are hatched. Thin is the
only queer chick In (ha nioup
It looks quite hearty.
FOREMAN O. UI.CKl.tH Of It"
fin Brigade is now weiring
a new type of uniform. This
afnular to that worn l.y the
Inspectors but has inilead rcl
npaiuoia.
KiiiTierly the Foreman wore a
heavy uniform with long pantl
This was unsuitable for hot
ireathej
SHORTLY ATEIt MM:
O'CLOCK yesterday morning
the Fire Brigade turned out to ,i
lire at Spooners Mill. Si. Michael.
About 25 square feat of the rOOf
of a house owned by William
Parks was destroyed.
The damage l estimated at $33.
The house Is occupied by Parks
and his wife. It is not fa
THIEVE S BROKE Wll
ENTERED the home of Thylls
Holder at Chase LtM, SI
Michael and stole one wrist
watch, a pocket watch, five
packages of cigarettes and $20 In
cash. The Incident occurred be-
tween 3.00 p.m on Vt<
and S OO a m on Thursday
SEVEN CANE FIRES took
on Thursday. The 1
was at Bushy Park Plantatk
Philip where 14 acres of
second erop ripe canes were
destroyed.
Other fires occurred at Knir-
fleld Plantation. Mangrove
Oughterson, Hampden. Four
Square nnd H niton Plantations
. quantities ef first crop
pc canes were burnt.
Liquor (Jase
Adjourned
THOU Honours Mr. G. L
Ttnd Juflgea of the Aasiatant Court of
Appeal, yeaterdi ourned
case against Florence Burfcn
Horse Hill. St Jo epb. of selling
liquor without
March 2
Mr. W W Reece K.C. ti
i' the Crown while
Mr Q ll Adams Is appearing on
belintf of Burke When the co*
went before His Worship Mr.
J R. Edwards at District
Pnllet Court, rlorence Burke
line,) 20 for selling liquor with-
out n license im May 10, lfl.'O
Burke appealeJ against Mr
RdwWda1 decision.
0r*> Wit ltd .w'vierday that
Florence Burke was the proprletoi
* i i nib and the land on which
the
members by a woman named M
Branch
Tho liquor-bills the Secretary
deali with and members pay a
subscription of six cents a week
The club was registered In Febm
ary 1949. and a Wine Commute-
was formed t-> loik after the
liquors.
Mr Adams in hit address sub-1
milted that the case of selling
license should he dis-
on Us merits as the pro
secution had not proved their case
against bla client ii.- further
pointed > it that there was no
deliberate attempt to get around
'::- La*
S
omeone's
MORE ROAD
ON WHARF
THREE months ago a big ever
rrevn tree was Boar Nelson'-
t.itue ,it the head ol Broad Street
down and thf
pot on which it stood now fornn
part^oC the surrounding road.
The lemovol of the tree wil
t:etp relieve the tnA I
that Is not unusual about thi
wharf
SHARK BITE
WINSTON EIJ.1S a 2S-year-oUI
Hthornian of Fita VU1
Jama*, eai treated and osstrharajvd
.it the General H
it BDOUl 3.30 pin for I shark bit
on his left forearm.
There's more fo a COLD
than Snifffesf
Handset.*, that fevetlsh "acHe-
II <*r' (hii easetht>MCold
Jliwirafaila with AHn-SoU*.
Aika.SetiMi eaaaahH atkelhw
inirfdiantt to mutialiie aiCSM
gaitric acidity p/iw an analieiic
for aootHins hemiachri
WIN WITH
SPMDIMG
OVER 70 YEARS OF SPORT
K.C.SPALDINC & BROS >T IT 0s
, FRESH SUPPLY Or
iPURINA HEN CHOW
I (SCRATCH GRAIN)
Jh. JASON JONES & CO., [TP. ---------1r
EJVJ0Y VWft
Petition Granted For
Utters Of Administration
IN the Court of Ordinary
yesterday li BODOUf the ChM
JudKr. Sir All.in Cohymoie
KTanted tlic petition of aCatOdl
babel BanOeld of i
I ith win aruraw '
to the estate of her late husband,
Joseph Loonai it.
Also gnnted war the petltton
of l^iuise Hutchci Of St RstUp,
for letters of AdnirnlstraUon to
the estate of the late Martin
Luther Butcher.
His Konoui also taunted the
petition Bled by the rVhUc Trus-
tee of Itarbodos for Letters or
Administration to the estate of
HuKh Clarence Clarke hit ot
Hart's <;>!>. Christ Church.
The (i lei Jtwipi admitted to
. Ualrma Howoll
i... ,
AtU.iSelt7.er
| =^ It Mil IX
cow on i ir
\;TMt- 11111 hIT
\" \|^^^ LUNCHEON I
If /'J NETS |
m
Harvest Of The Sea"
tdna new in llamal
Festivals will be held -t Paynes
Bay Methodist Church I
It will be a "Harvest of
(.''ntributions to the hi
md vegetables as
I' usually tbay will be
.i with sea
urch will hold its o-imiBl
Sunday Services, but at I
there will be a asocial
it which the poems and
Bfs will be also those
loiinccted with the aea.
Payne's Bay is a big (Idling
centre. .
CLEARING THE WATER
After some months of idling in
i iroonaai
i;-e Oovwrbment dredger la beek
to work
Yesterday it was i
Off) site thi i. ''
was removing lots of
black mud from the Cat
FOT the whole week u;e
dredger w.is ;: work around thai
an ;i
The in. pad worKmi;
.'round midday leavint "
little dearer than it was.
SOS
SEE SUNDAY'S
ADVOCATE
NELSOH' CALLS
r : I, f-ady Nelson called
ll.'irbii'iiii yesterday morning
take passengers and a cargo of
iiugai*. molasses and rum fof
Canadian ports.
The Nelson was rnueh inter-
rupted in her loading yesterday
i | rain whitt-
le! in dm Net boo lb
: eX|Mvled to be here foi id, tui
five day*. r
Sin hiouglit 63 pimsengers for
tisits from
British Gu
and Bl ''

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<> i
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yesterday ;.ment of

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( i.li in I Red Hose 98c. ft
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Carr's Club Cheese $1 00 tin
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PAGE SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATl'RDAV. FEBRUARY U. I5I
99
THE "NAKED GODDESS
CLAIMS 2 MORE VICTIMS
Lone Survivor Watches Comrades Pitch Their
1 have been givrn ihe first full
iiccount of the disaster thri ov*a*'
tcoh three Englishmen climbing
the Himalaya mountaki Nangu
total M N.m.J Goddan "
The three young men. brought
tcgether while soldiering In Indu.
resolved after the war to go back
tu explore one of the least-known
regions tn the world.
Tiu-i planned to -.pend a year
Mirveyiut gg lam;
as Wales that lies iiiiuiik the
Karakoram mountain* in the most
northerly corner of Pakistan.
From thin barren region.
sparsely inhabited by nomads and
their flocks of sheep and goats,
only one has returned
His companions were lost either
m an avalanche or by falling into
a crevasse on the slopes of Nangi
P.irbat. in height In M.620 ft
IMn ali.ncl
Mr. Richard Michael Waring
Marsh, whoa* home is in Hert-
fordshire, is the sole survivor.
He is 24.
His companions were WHlIom
Henry Crace. the same age. of
Biakeney. Holt. Norfolk, an-1
.tamo, Whittaker Thornley. of
Southpoii. Lancashire, who was
27.
It had not originally been in-
tended to climb the -Naked
Goddess". But other plans had
to be abandoned when permission
to remain (n the Karakoram ter
ritory wa> withdrawn by the
Pakistan Government.
The ibna mtn decided th'it
! either than return home at once
'!,> m uM explore the mountain.
which Is the aaventh highest in
the world
Vn moR has W" succeeded In
rlimbiafl lo it* summit. it has
claimed (he litv.t of more climbers
Ihaa any other Himalaya'! pro*-.
Iil< iivi 1 old
The three explorers and four
Sherpa porters established their
Pas* Campa hut and tents at a"
altitude of 12.500 feetby Novem
bat 11 last
They were at this height or
above ii lor the next six weeks,
enduring billiards, avalanches,
imd intense cold.
The porters refused to go
beyond Camp I. which wa
e lablUhed off n glacier nt 14,650
feet.
Tmy spoke of their relatlvea
who had died on the mountain
and ol Its terrible reputation.
Sc. the three men were leit
uuane UvA| in two lent* m which
they cooked on o Primus atove.
Their staple diet was pemmican.
o kind of dried meat.
But they had also tinned
tongue, biscuits, chocolate, and
shortbread. They drank tea and
toeoa.
During rfte fo huddled orer a volume of Mioke-
.i|>eflre's plays, and amid ftou'llfia
irind and the occasional thunder
of an avalanche performed "Mac-
beth". Sometimes Thornley tany
operatic airs.
Every day Marsh read a portion
of the Bible.
Last Camp 18,000 ft. Up
ii. sun ii%vis
NOW! Dental Science Reveali
MOOf THAT MUSHING TEETH KICHT AFTEP EATINO
IS THE SAFE. EFFECTIVE WAT TO
HELP STOP
TOOTH DECAY
with
Colgate Dental Cream
^fesS*1,
MANNING & CO., LTD.
AGENTS
URRAYS
.. MILK
STOUT
EDINBURGH SCOTLAND
mountain to set up Camp 2
On November 18 Marsh had to
to back to Base Camp because
froat-bilten feet made him a hind-
rance He expected hia two
friends would join him within a
few day. But they went on up. IK/SW
Marsh followed their movements ~
through field glasses He saw them
dav by day carrying food and
ramp- until
they had reached height of
18.000ft
Then Marsh and two porters set
out from Base Camp. They took
six hours to reach Camp One.
Soft snow reduced progress tn
llll M\\ WHO
< ami: hack
RICHARD MARSH set oul
wtlh two friends to explore
the unconquered "Naked
GeddewT mountain picture). He was forced lo
tarn back Hi- friend* went
on. They died The Naked
tioddes-s" mountain re-
mained unconquered
On December 1 Marsh had what
wns lo prove his last glimpse of
them. They were moving strong-
ly He fsHV them slop and pilch
a tent
.%' Sign*
The next three days WCN lun .
but M.nsh could see only the lent
with no signs of movement.
There was a day-lwig blizzard
and on the following day which
was tine, nothing could be seen of
the tefl.t
ontinued
fodOWllU dVv in 40 degrees of
i then with the weather
worsening, they realised they
Id not hope to reach the spot
wham ("race and Thornley had
last been seen, for another four or
five days
A' would have crippled
them by then
ftrluctuntly Marsh decided lo
return to Base Camp.
H ' He then sent hia head porter
hack to an Art.\v null 65 miles
away with news of what had hap-
pened
Crace and Thornley would by
then be without food according to
his calculations
Marsh feared it had been swept
away by an avalanche. He tssMn
the next day preparing
search
five days were spert sowing it
route to take them highet uj the
An officer ano ten picked vol-
nleers who arrived a few day*
later said conditions made a search
impossible and that it would prob-
tsn not !* feasible to attempt it
Just when preparations had until May or June.
been completed it was discovered Aircraft were colled in. and
that the only remaining Prlmun though Motlh, flying at 19.000 feet
stove would not work As it was able to guide the pilot to the
woulii have been impossible lo exact spot where he had last seen
have gone without it Marsh had his companions no sign of life or
to waVk 100 miles to and from tent could he seen
vHtogO lor another. M.irsh did <>{ llnallv leave lb
r ive days were lost through this mountain until he had made two
miahap. n i MightsL E 8.
Rupert and the Blue Firework-30
ViM*",-'
Rupert and the Blue Firework-$J|
r'ei&Zj
wasn Kuprt i* saiely on the
ground again ht looks urclullv *<
the square boa snd (ha balloon.
" I wonder what w'd Setter do
now," he munnur*. "Thii thing
b*to.ij(i to che inventor. 1 wish I
knew how to lei ihe lilting g*a out
of a. If we let go ol ii. a will
ahoot op agaia." As they roovt
lowudi the foresi thtra it show
trom Pong-eW. "I can *e your
Dsddr, air. Ber( over there." he
call*. "Oo, I'd like to show him
ihii ibing," tries Rupert. Let'*
tie k to aoenerhing." 5o lhay find
a urong old (tec stump to which
they iaaien the bslloon. Then they
nmptr iwiy (ogeihei over the
hiluidc. M*k**mtmMBmmWI
he hill-top ihr httle p.U
loak m *he diretti-i thit Pong>Pmg
potitti .iml ihete. >urr rnouih, in
IBM oVstaaea Mr. Be. They mil
to mm him jitd he mm* m turpnte
lo tneei them. Whji* been h*p-
MO ni Sr ashs. "The fog di-
prei-rd qu'e luddenly tvl than
I u* i aelloon >n |ht >l>v. |>u'
.ijppeared, too." **Yt*
I.'1 liughi Rupett _.
inert, feeing how puriled ha Diddy
looki. he irili him ihe whole story.
Mr. Rear Kutehe* hn heed.
" Thit man ahouldn'i hive atnt
yon up like ihat." he ages
*letiml|(. T'unk goodnea* yew ee
lie."
Rupert and the Blue Fimvork32
Rupert and the Blue Flrework~~33
M-. let va,i th.i ii it high nme
he look Rupee home, but the ln!e
bear beai him to comr and look
-t the haifcox -hS he has le*
:tn tirr \utnp. So they
My up the h.ll.,dr. but
when thry trwh t)i* ip > ,UIp(u*
wssta io- ihem, lot hh the haftoon
and the equate t>U appealed. "It's gone," gateti
Edward. Ate you ure n haui't
hreJirn away and sailed batk in the
skr?" asks Mr. Bear. "No.no."
declare* Rupert. Thai CM') havr
Happrned. See, ihete n Peng-
Ping'i rope ihat faMencd ft. Some-
one hai coiled it up and Vf< it
ly-ng neatly o the gt.m."
Rupert and the Blue Firework-^
a
The myaiery ot ihe diuppeanng
baboon i* toon solved. The pals
are (trolling away lowavdi there
homei when Pong-Ping, who ha*
p.iuicd io puk up hut rope, sivea
a showi. Come baak, there*>
aomeone moving about in the
wood," he cnee. Rttgert and Mr.
Bear re* urn iusi in nme to aee a
trtch Daddy he mutt has*
the baifcwr, He knew heav
the liituig g*> oat ot 1 M
,i ibe
thest
t amuse bag
I When the i*mt*ef has gstts
[Pong-Ptng *ajeM io Run. "Wei
| I'm glad re have seen thai funny
nun." he It ugh i. "I shan't be
I fria|aiinid any more at thsagi that
I hapoe,, i the iere.t. When tltow
odrlr.. dull know
i h,. pj,tn,
But when Rupert
home and tell* the whole <
ear she doesn't
ihat invenror a
no to all thai
"You might
Ik
itory
laugh. "I rj
illy k'*y*
i roubk," ah.
have Boa ^
thOI balLo^
it would b
lake a tlroi
syrup: "
' Nil
ail HM HliiXYtB
' ih
H n doesn't like log
got tuat t
oi m, honte made
A New A*Ufn:uri Jomerrtrk-
Owing to delay caused by
irregular shipping services the
Advocate regrets that it has
been compelled to curtail its
daily cartoon strips for a short
period. Meanwhile all avail-
able strips as they arrive will
be appearing in this space.
1
lOI.LOW THE BFAI'TY '
CARE OF SOCIETY* .
MIVEMEST WOMEN
EVERYWHERE
"
Lovely Society women nil over ihe
world follow thit simple. Inexpen-
sive beauly care; one that Is
within the reach of everyone of
you.
Thl M what you do: every night. :it bedtime, smooth Pond's Cold
Cream over face and throat with your I lUrDOVg the cream,
and wiih ll e\-ery scrap of dirt and make-up. Then "rinse" with more
COM CMMll, for exlra-clcanslng, extra- kin win Be 'Narrr, smoother, lovelier.
FOUNDATION AND PROTECTION
By day. use g touch of Pond's Vanishing Cream as a foundation. This
non-greasy en am will hold your powder matt for hours, and protect
your complexion from sun And wind.
PONDS
Vanishing Cream
Cold Cream
S'art now to win the loveliness
that can be yours when you use
Pond's Creams. You'll find the
Ihe best beauty counters.
YEAR BOOK 1951
The Advocate Co Ltd. wUl publish a Year Book oi Barbados
in 1951.
The Year Book will contain three parts:
(1) Handbook giving detailed statistics and information on
a wide variety oi subjects e.g., agriculture, finance,
industries, trade, communications, tourism, hotels, sport,
art, literature and all the things we want to know about
Barbados but have until now not been able to find
under one cover.
(2) Special supplement on Barbados' industries: e.g. sugar,
soap, butter, lard, ice, gas, tobacco, electricity, hotels
etc.
(3) A Who's Who of Barbadians you should know about
this information solicited should be sent in immediately or not
later than March 15th 1951.
A local committee comprising among others Hon. V. C. Gale
M.L.C., Managing Director of the Advocate Co. Ltd., Vice
President of the Barbados Chamber of Commerce, Mr. George
Hunte, Assistant Editor of the Barbados Advocate. Mr. Neville
Connell Director of the Barbados Museum and Mr. Trevor Gale
Advertising Manager of the Barbados Advocate will be respon-
sible for the publication.
The compilers of the Year Book want to make sure that the
Year Book is representative of all aspects of life in Barbados
and it is taking this opportunity to invite secretaries of Societies
Clubs, Institutions, and business, social and other organisations
of all kinds to send particulars about their respective organisa-
tions immediately or not later than March 15th 1951.
Year Book.
C/o Editor, Barbados Advocate,
34 Broad Street.
Names and addiesses of all those to be considered for
Inclusion in Who's Who will also be welcomed.
Advertisements close April 30th 1951.
Advertisers are asked to get in touch with
Mr. Trevor Gale,
Advertising Manager.
Barbados Advocate,
34 Broad Street.
This is one publication that no advertiser can afford to
ignore because no one interested in Barbados can afford to bu
without the Year Book of Barbados 1951.
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STOPPING THE TIDE
True old saying. "YOU cant
slop Ihe tide." he.waver good
your intention WE find that
,.s much as we would like to
ir price* stab*ed. UM
constant Increases In prices
of our raw materials force us
i' some of our prices.
us under
Supr. bay Rum stui .. SSc.
No. 3 bay Rum still .. 30c.
Limolenc Kigtiergraefe tM)c.
Mmlholated 12c.
No. 2 grade 24c
No. 2 grade
Mentholated 30c.
Floraleeje 6 ox....... 30c.
3 o*....... 24r
Cologne 3 ot......... 2*c.
In f-i>ii' ol the- Inersagggg our
products ai still beat value
to-day
On sale al all geod stares
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY M. IMI
IIAKIIVIMIS \l)\.l( \l I
rAGE SEVEN
I
CLASSIFIED ADS.
TCLtMOfil laoa
Tht Charge for innounirwMi
B*eUta, Marriage-*. Dhim Arena*.
lntrr*!.i. and In Mtmwin netk-a ..
< 0* wreBi-da** and |1 SB an turda).
K.. en) i.un.kM of .or** up lo M, *r4
3 MAM M wr.ij an >*ea-da>. and
4 Mill par wore en fAindai* for earn
(.JdiLanal word
Tqr Bi.tr... Married* or Engagement
NMuMtMiih in Canb Caillnj 1h
rhaig* w UN for any number of ward*
up lo to and 0 ranli par word (or m
drutlonal word Tarnta ra*h Pneae t*M
between I IB and am. 1111 lor Baalb
Mallra* onlj |te. I p m
___________DIED
llALtOM- -T, febi.,ar- !3i.i
Brlliari Guiana. Mulnrr M.|
DaiUtn.
ABUOr rebruer* 13rd ISM. at hi.
residence, (tend Swat. Sajrighutown.
S*. Peier. Prank Bart*. Ilia funeral
leave, ilia aba** reeldeear* jt 4 p.m
day for th* SH Peter'. C*met*r%
Mr* Mabal Branrn iiURI.
Mr*. Clement JammoU mMtr
flladct or* Branch laephewi
NlftBTrVOAtE-O- 7ebruar> lth. New
York Dudie^ Allan N.rhte. gale
nph*w o( Mr*, rrencee Lew of.
"Francl** Ctpwow t City Tfcc-
(unaral loak pi-c* an pabtuary IMh
at Jersey Ceerteteti-
franc** tw. D'rret Xigntengal* lertfel.
In** Anderron. NY. Prieatlev Loan .
N Y Catharine Lamberl. NY Lionel
F.d. PWD iBarbedo..
Mill IUM
*"'" rbg-a* law* t* rcata aad
eg real* Jraed*** M vorda are* M
**-s. > reali a u*'d uk-4 teat*
*a*a*| aerate**.
HOUSES
oral a laaataaiaMi I
houaa Ma* well i Copa* lQr tat I
March Phono. M4J u
alow a ...
and alt modern aad'
Friedman
a I a..
..a. Apply I
_*9?*"~^n around floor o( tliw.ir
OKI "-op -n.MbV lor flower ir<.p or
Or***,. Counte. Apply in wr-tirf W
lha Secretary. Ma, lair Cm She*.
aisi-in.
ram raaruat
aawnmant. alr.heaa.
fre-m fdwuary en war a*, faanihly or
Mherwlae. I double bcdr*me wNn .ingle
Simmer* beditead*, chlldraa, i roam
Ulning room and launge Bafrigerata-
""*" room. Apply Haw*
13.1 11 tin
ri'm.it xtiii is
T. i raau pa*
aad II cm*
"UMm
lar pi aaMMaaja
lie* oa Saadevs.
Wee. II Sa aa eso*.da**i
NOTICE
undai|nad far lha
Mareh d >tur*lai
il Th. aupplt of fre-l
aUawiaj ap %a
ft Mtn> m b.ik (.>.
a* Fraah Heat for the
rid Drjiau
: The auppu
Almihouaa
I Th. .oppk-. .-.i Medx
'or lha AlPMliaiaai _.
m TNrcoi.vr.aan of paupera
< Ta and from lap Almabauaa In
and tram any part o( the Pariah
fb> Ta ana from lha AJaaaneuaa or
an> part of th* Pariah to and
. - O-naral Haapttal
S) The Aurtal l F>aupera M Uw
Cemetery from (be Almihaiita or an*
part i lha pad.*,
M* Q. CORBtN
Clerk of thd Paot Law Guardum
l Peter
Mill ai
Nona
ll.n, ;
FOR HAU
Mlntmam charge .** Tl raalf
St real* andaui 14 imrrda over M
I'O'd Sun4av
AUT0MOT1VK
CAR UN Dadie. BsrelleiM tondi-
IWn. Sulfabap (or 1..1 Apply C. A. C
Bathlea. rVrrv Gap. K.b.k Snort.
or Department o( A|Tl(til1iirr
Mill lr,
CAB IBM Mom* Oaiard. purcruued
Jon* Cirnd rnndilton. on mornlliB
at Polar Product*. Hirkrtt Upti
tlmea. Phone SI-M. tar rot available
till March Tlh 33 SSI.*n
CARHlllm.n 11 HP Mileaae a.OOO
Ju*l re-pilnlrd IritliPi upl'.Uirr*
Dial OnVe Mil. home a*t>
II 3 51 -in
CAR -One ID Dodge IMS Model
5-letter Far pclvate or tnl ie Go.-1
conililion. 1I.0D0 milea Apply: Manar.
Marine Hotel SUMan.
1-ORRYOne . S-lon lorry in perfect
Lap*. Llcenae until June. Apply: t". E C
Bethel I. rratnd.hlp PUnUtlon. Phone
4141. M i yi :ii
PICK-UP One Dodge Pick-up In work-
|pg order Apply. B Cola A Co. Ltd.
Rnebuck "Xreet II I H-l I n.
FURNITl'RK
I I RNIll It llalph Heard offer* the
following bargain* in Brand New furni-
ture for a limited lime | John Brinartvaad
Vpnghl Piano ISN 00, Mahogany Dining
Chair. Ill DO a pr. Mag Tub Chaim UiM
a pr ; Mag Bad-end. 1 ft B In*. 130 W
g pr i Bed-end* 4 tl in*. 135 00 a pr. ;
Mag Bureau* $1i 00 each. Mahogany
Cocktail Table, from W 00. Birch Chain
/ISM a pr: nol forgetting a numerous
variety of high claa* .econd hand furni-
ture. Par vn.iri call in Hardwood
Allay opan dally from a a m. le 4 p m.
Breakfast Tlma Ineluiive
Mt5l-n
1*1 HI H SALES
ond U raau pa* apala Ha* on .Oundgul.
mimmum eaorpa |l M .raek^ta*,,
ond Jin-.- ^i-*'
AlCTION
I (1I0M BALK OF PBOpgRTf
_ At MS.. M.IH
On Thuraday ne.i ih* 'pi M.rrh al
I oriorh al nxy ofltra. Maaiuir lane
one property al King's Street called
Boiirba, Cottage U con.i.t. of Wall
\erandah. Drawing and DtiTina Koonu
I Bedx-Hi... Bath. Kllehen. Water and
Light, and the land on which it aland*.
Inapacuon an appl-ratlo.. to the lenanl.
J;.r parurular. ** DAryy A. Hcatl.
Mjgaiine Ian* M-l.SI-aK
AlCTION BAU nr HOI ai:
On Wadnaadav ne>l Ih* Mtn B| j
-rlaah on th* apol .n W.ter Hall land.
Wmm Hall. On* la a houaa iii good
rnnawigii. Miut b* *w da.c a.
Kcolf. Auclionaer
-!;.:
REAL ESTATE
ORANDVICW-Balhlhebo Three >3>
Bedroomed Bungalow, ilandlri*; on 14.111
M*uare feel of land Offer in writing far
I inn Co Jimei A. Lynch It qL yj
up to 4 p m M4h Feb.ua.. IMI
II S II-in
AI PWabuck Si ret
A iwo etarey Wall BulMlnaj an 4.311
aq II af land Do-M.li. -Hair *or.
Room, and Garage Up.l.m* 4 bedroom
Drawing and Dining room. etc. FTont-
ag* 43 ft. Depth 100 ft A aourtd In-
: M. Abliadi Di.i tfr.1
iti.ii ta.
The und*r*lgned will aat up for -air al
than odVc* No II High llrect. Bridge
own. on Friday the Snd day of March
ftg
lllnghoi
railed
rray
LIVESTOCK
HORfiC i har
p.inirulara Apply R.
Rmilh, Oreeri Field
Edghlll i
I Mgn g|dL lor
Varaaa -'-
Cave Hill near
TWO HOHSCS. HARNESS and on* iH
Cart. Going cheap. Apply: S B. Coll
* Co Ltd. Roebuck Street
MISCELLANEOUS
BATHS In Porcelain E-amel. In
Whit*. Green. Prlmroae with matching
unit, lo complete colour aultaa. Top
grade. A. BARNCB A, Co Ltd.
CURTAIN FITTINGS-For nriHt will
dow tyling. light control. Valancea jn
(Iraperlea. By Kirv'i Dial 4411 A
Mli-VF.H CO.. LTD. II Mi i I i
MODFJINTOI-D DOOPSTh* dlitln
guiihed aolutlon to rout apecul
architectural problem of door cloeure*.
Bcr**rra. movaWe partltlima Dial 44TI
A DARNER A CO, LTD.
n Ml In
VENETIAN BLLNDS. Kltach *in-alr
11 metal De Luxe Venetaln bllodi, lo
your "ie>. delivery 3 weeki DUI 44TC
A BARNES A CO LTD. _'"-"_"
WE buy and *ell houaehold agulp-
men! of all deKTiptton. Owan T.
Allder. Roebuck Sirael Dl*l SIN
WAIX PLAQUBS Wllh figure, -n
relief of aparlallv beautiful deaan 13 00
Upward*. V. De LIMA A Co., Ltd 30
Broad Strcat. IT S.llTn.
WINDOW GLASS Sparkle Flawei-
ad Shoal and Plat* Giaa* lac all ra*arU.
W ful lo yatir raqulrem*nta. G. W
HUTCHINMON at Co. Lid. Dial 4SM.
ISJU-lOn
WANTED
Minimum chorp* vaek Tl real* dad
M inn .Vtadoi.i SI ii-nrdi oaae M
ipnrdi s real, a i*ord iu#ek4 ttm
trord Saodapf.
HELP
A COOK OR MAID nobody without
rrferenca. need apply. Mr. Uaai
Merlon Lodge. Collynvora Rock.
M.II1-an.
susoi.l.imill An ..client ag.
tunlly awalta a llaaairapher daairaua ol
obtaining permanent employment with
attractive remuneration Apply lo Brad-
haw at company PO Bo Ma
uaai
MISCELLANEOUS
WAXTfll TO BgNT
KOL'Sf* aTUNGALOW OB
F u-m.had Fnr Match and April
phone Mil. Mr* Boa Mill In
M)t ARIAM4.-AII a la*, or concrete
wllh glava fr-nl l-arge medium or amaU
AIm> alan h-.wl^ and batlery glaa. jar.
II F Shearn. Phona tall Bill>ri
Empty JEFTBEYS BJEDR eartana
rumplete with Inner partlUafii al 34-'
r-achdaltvrred to the Wartfaauaa ol S IV
M ,%wn. Son 4k Co Lid. Blerhead
II I M an
Lodga" with the land lhaieta
by eallmallon 9300 IQ faal, Kluate -I
Upper Bay Street. St Michael, lha ri-
dene* ot th* lai* A. C. Oragvag.
In-peallon by appolnlmanl with Mm
Ida Oi.iv.. Telephone No. MM.
For further particuU.. and condition,
of .air. apply to
COTTLi;. CATTOBD d> CO
Ml SI -ion
The parrel of land cantalnlng I.Ml
wjuara reel with lha Building* thereon.
Ituata la I.uva. Blreet. Bridgetowri. ad-
joining th* property of the Barbadar
Telaphona Company Umlted and at pro-
ant occupied lo part by the Obaarvar
part by him Cada-
gan
rupee lion by application to th* ten-
ante
Par further particular! and condition of
ale. apply ta;
COTTLE CATFOHD A CO..
No. IT High Streel.
Bridgetown
14-1 tlISn
MODERN BUNGALOW Overlooking
Golf Cour**. 3 Bedroomi. Drawing and
ng Room.. Gallery Garag* and
loua gamea room underneath Apply:
Ion NlrhoU* Telephone PUO
Ship-
Trailing Co Limited 500 Shnre.
Darbadm Co-operative Cotton Factory
I ISO Sriarai Barbadoa Fir*
ice On. Limited. M Share. Bar-
badoa Foundry Umltad. 1 Sharaa
Bartudoa 1c* Co Limited i snaiei
Knight* limited ISS Shor*. R.pi.ulo.
Telephone Co U:nlied.
The above .hare* -III be ottered to
.bllc competition on Friday net lha
a.:d March iMi. al 3 m. at the ..fice
under ilgnad.
CARRLNGTON A SBAI.V
I .i.e.- sueet
34 Ml an.
OtTFOiH a-Hl be received b- Ihe u
Ceraigiied up to Ihe IMh day of Mar
V for Hi* building known aa Call
land not included' ait noted at Do*
Coaat Ch. Ch The Punrhaaar to dam
llih ihe building, and clear the lai
within thirty day. from the date
purchase.
K. r McKrN7IF
Meet*
St M..T..
IMMIMIV COLLEGE OF THE
WEST INDIES
AppliratMtn. ale invited for tha fol-
lowing poaU-
latturer or Aaalitanl Lecturer in
Cnemlatrrr.
Th* dutiaa of th* peat will include
leeching In inorganic chamlatry.
AoMilant Laeturar In Botany
Aatlrlant Lecturer In Malhemallca.
AHlH.nl Iigelurer In Koologv
f*elary -ealee aa follow*:-- Lecturar
000 x 15 Can pa. Aaaiatant Lee-
turer A4U SB 4Ma pa. Paint ol
entry In ac-ale according lo quallflcatlona
,r.d eaperience. Coat of living allowance
40 pa tor .ingle peraana. CM pa for
m-nlad perrona. F S SV Unfurnlahed
..,-ommodatkin at '. of aalary ChiW
allowance T pa par child imiilmum
A110 p.a.)
AppllcationaiaK copiail With tha
namee of three referee* and full **t..iU
pi quallflcallarui and aap**rtai*ce ahuuld
be arm to Ihe Secretary. Inter-Untvaral-
l> Council lor higher EducaUon In Ihe
Coloniea. I Oordon Square. London WC
I from wham further particular, may be
, blamed Ooeu.g data JUt March IMI
M.l.S1-ln
ARBADOS
IN TBE ABIISTANT i "i i
OF APPRAI
BX WORKMKNS COMPTNSATKmT
ACT. IU
NOTICF. I. hereby given lhat HERMAN
PlLUHIM. an AaeWlant Mechanic
ployed at Scawell A..port. died
reaull of an imury received by him
thai compenaation hat been paid
( atari
ALL the dependant- of the
Herman Pilgrim idec*aa*d> -r* hereby
required lo appear al the Aeal.ta.it Cour
of Appeal on Wedn**d*% 14th dav o
March 1M|. .1 io a .ii
Daled Ihi. IPin da. aj February. |M|
r. G. TALMA
Acting Clerk. AM.iani Court of Appeal
NOTICE
. l-.-r.
Re Katate of
Rt^NCRE SKFFTF.
deveaapg.
NOTICE I. hereby given
perenrur having any debt
aial.ua or affecting the i
Bbnehe Skeet* deeeaaed.
loooner-i Hill, in the pariah of Saint
Michael in thi. l*iand Spln*ier who
'u-d In the uarl.h of Salnl Mirh.iel on
(.ueated lo Bend In partirulara of Ihetr
claim, duly a Heated to t-ir .nidrKignrd
i:\IMANUEI. FTTXPATRICK JiMlNtHlN
W....Ui,.ed Baeculor of Ihe will of ih.
^id Bunch* fMaate dacaaeed, c o
Haynae A (irlfnth. Hollclluri N.i It
High Street. Bridgetown, on or before
the lath day of April. IMI after which
dale wa ehall proceed to diatiibuU ihe
aaaeu al the deeeaard. among ihe
parti*! entitled thereto having regard
oi.lv io auch claim* of which we ahall
then have had nellee and we will ,>!
be liable for the a*eet* or any pan
H rrrof dlrlrlbuted to any pareon ol
whoee debl *r claim we ehall not then
have had notice.
And all peraon* Indebted lo Ihe (aid
Mate are lequrated to aellle Ihetr
iriaebirdnei. wiihoul dela>
Daled tin. Bth day of Februar,-. IHI
F.MVANl'BL F(T7, PAT HICK JiHINSON
W...ilifted F-cc.tor of Ihe Will of
Blanche Bheet*. deceaaed.
10 I II4n.
NOTICE
PARUB OP IT. LUC
raon* owing Parochial and High
i>e* to Ihi* pariah are aaked l
lam* withoul further drlav. 01
III be collected according to l..
O L DEANT.
Parochial Ttreaurer.
t Lucy
34 1 31 -4n
I'NIVEKRITV COLLEGE OF THE
WEST INDIES
Application* are invited (or the
lowing paeM
Lecturer and Awntant 1*ctur*i
LaUn.
Lecturer or AaalMa.it Lecturer
Bpanlth
AaaiMant Lecturer In Hlitorv
dune* of the poet will include teach-
in. In Britiah HUlorv
A mi .tent Lecturer In Mathemaiic-
Aaaiatant Lecturer in Ehgliah
Salary calea n* foil...- 1..iim.
Xa0 > a- caoo pa. AaelaUnl Lae-
turar A4W |R- gloO pa. Point of
entry la rcale according to qualitVaiion.
rod eiperience. Coal of living allowance
40 pa. lor tingle pereoru. M pi (or
married perron* PSB U Unfumi.hed
corrunod-.ti.. ..i *n- pl lary Child
aliowanc* T0 pa per child ima.imum
710 pa I
Application* irii copien llh Ihe
namea of three referee* and full detail*
of qualification* and cxpiilcncr ihould
bo *ent tn the Secretary. Inb
f... Higher Education in the
Colonie.. Cardan Bquaie. Loivdon.
WCI. from whom further particular*
may be obUlned Clo.lng date 31.1
March IMI. 34 131'n
I A Iri.n.ll> IN.lt. >
To Spain
Will Continue
l>>*n page 1
IS I'li-.nciiiiii-a,
One rvgson it lhat in* tTlltod
Stales Is loo pre-otxtujiawi viin
urovrding eqtilpmenT for her
arniArrir.it p -
remedy In part ai ia>ut %
crepuPcy between in* 10 d
I* had v/hru the Korean ;ifa;
aUrtard and .7S mviaiona whtrti
ofticiaU sa* Ruuiri hgi
reaaon la thai the United States
North Alia ntii* Treaty partner*
have a prior .laim on rajctl rrnj
and equipment its the United
States neaflg. still another reason i*
that the United States dot* nol
want to act in ways win.
crtaie frlttinn with European
partner*.
It Is said lhat rfeOl
aen'atives .om,- to power i"
priUin. partirularly wtU
Clurchill av priino Minister again
Ihe gtluatlon miiht change quick-
ly. Churdull m Iwlievrrt io bfl
wlllniK to work clocely with tht
Spanish in matters o( rirfence ol
Europe and Hie Mediterranean.
Informers also pointed out thai
a sudden radical chan.:<
military situation in Europe might
also alter the situation. It saiJ
thai Ihe a c I u .1 1 Communist
aggression might create such nr
Imminent danger for AtifaDti
Pact nations that Uwy would
welcome the co-operation i-'
anti-Communist Spaniards des-
nite political differences with Iheni
at present I'"*.
I.ri:;ill (hflplays
Burbudiun
Opponents
at table tennis
Ralph Irffall. Table and LdPVTl
Tennig alar of Trinidad. defeatL-,1
his Barbadian opponents u, |h
ikhihnii.il Table TfrBI
at the Y.M.C A. last night
His moat stubborn q* ponrOt
was I-ouis Stoutc. th<> I.h .
Champ. It was n two best ol
three set. l^gall won the ilrsi
game 21 15 hut in Ihe s-cor, Stouie offered mon
and was only defeated bv
two points.
The only local player to win
i game against Legall was Camp-
bell Orrenidge of Bam. Latfajl
deleated him two one. Green
idge won the Drat game 21 13
Lut the other two went to Legal'
by II-point leads.
Tho match between I^egall
nd Norman Gill of Everton was
the brightest of the night. Al-
though Gill was nol as steady a>
Stoutc. he did mart attack-in:
and delighted the crowd with
l.ia sneaky forearm slams. Tho
two fames however went to
Legall 2119 and 2111
In the Junior matches of Mu-
nich! Len Butler. Trinicltnl fj
bowler, lost his three acts lo John
Bynoe. Rawle Phillips and Blnlr
Murray.
Th* reault* were aa follow*
Legall bet Grermdge 'ft- SI, 31 10
Butler tort to Dvn ISII.
Legal? he.I Stouie 11-11. 11 if
Butler lo*t lo Phillip* laII, 1110.
71 -II.
Legall beat Clll II -it. 21 i>
lo.i lo B Murr. SI '4 Jl I
Harbour Log
IN CARLISLE BAY
Touch With B.rb.do.
Coa.Ul Sutioa
.
<-.
leh 1 gj |
Mh Baagte- e sci- .
1 II B* h Mai
\n. H
AftaiYAI*
PERSONAL
The public are hereby warned again*!
Fivlng credll lo my wile. Winl(r*d Sheet*
me* Allmrni a* 1 do not hold myrelf
r**pon>ible for her or anyone el** con-
tracting *>' debt or debts in mv name
unlaaa by a winter, order algned by me.
rumad cHAiti r-s sKjgrn.
We.lb.irv. Boad. -^ckwICII Gap
Si Michael
"III Si.
eon- CM I
IMMEDIATE CASH lor dlamnnd leweL
lery. old China, .ilver and ShrrT.-ld Plate
Phone 44N or call at OlRntNCta. ad-
lomlng Bo>*l Vachl Club
M.I .SI -T FM.
IMMEDIATE CASH lor broken Jewel-
le.v. (old nvirgrt*. com. miniature- jad'
OH B W I siamp. nORItlNOES.
Antique Shop. DUI 44IS.
iaS!I -t f n
LOST
OOU> CHAIN A I Strand field
Chain necklace, d.inng week-end af lain
February. Anvotir giving information
toward* recovery of earn* will be wr
rewarded. Apply In perron la Marl*
Parlour over Alexander Ba;
:"!U2
m
SWEJCfBTAKr. TICKETBerle* Z g*T4
Finder peaaae return to Bupert Jackmin.
Lena* Bead. BtitVine Hill
UNIVERSITY rOLI.EGE OE THE
WEST INDIES
Applicationi are invited for appoint-
ment aa B***d*nt Tutor* In the Depart-
ment of E*tra>Mural Studie.
Salar- on ih* acair A4O0 x S3 ataoo
pa. point of entry deterrnlned by qja-
>! ,..!<. and experience Coat of llv-
40 pa. lor Blrigl* per-
..r.ed peraon. FSSU
ire up to CIS0 Pa. Child
lowance Application* ii copleai with the
mea of three referee* and full detail"
(f aiualflratloni and experience ihould
be aeni to Ihe Secretary, Inter-UrUveru
iy Council for Higher astcaSMri In Ihr
Colon,". I Oordon Souarr. london. WC.
| from whom further particular.* may
be obtained Cto-tng date JIM March.
'" ...-.n
SOS
SEE SUNDAY'S
ADVOCATE
** la
I
N Ian* nei

Vachl Caribbee Um net. Cast C*l-
vert, from s
a Orarneaia-i S.U* Igeu
. Tiiald.d
DBPAS:
MV V.gabeod ,.,. fag i net.
Cipl Co. i ,.4,
tark Wandetfui Ceu .--i U ion.
net. Cap' Ahana*> for i LueU
mm
LVmmi
Ca.pt J
Brn I
Clark*, far Btitiah CT
Or

M rector. IBM I
. Alma Pennant. 1 KU> t.>r
Caasr, <>"> I
Capt
.. Am.,.go Vee-
.' K.laan * Aleaa Pil-
UaeMaa: *
T ... i ll*,..li*. .* Mu.-
I..iu .. ScukBW ...
Nauw Amaierdam

-. Suin PlMuor: *.
S Paula.
. SuLiad *. Alcoa Clipper. .. Al..-
l*raa|ne4or.
M Alcoa Pilgrim.
.. Patella. * Ampar Waahlngloi..
Meat, >* ftuccanneer
RATES OF EXCHANGE
CANADA
Februar. U IBM
.i eque* on
n...era S) I IB-, pr
Demand Dratu Bi pr
Sight Draft. M B 10 pr
i Cable
Currency SI S'lo*j pr

I.O.I ll\>1IM >OIH IS
QothCfl I Ffi';iliiiin-il
BERLIN. Feb 21
R:isi Qcrauny rad -.
Die aboliti'"! of ..im- f ihe
rationing I ck the*, and ItntUts
Knitted goods, shirts, ilocking*
nd b.iby rsutfltl together with
all types of shoes 11
lalloned. All other clothing i.ril
fab-ic is free from rationing
The official announcement Which
said the derationing decree comes
into force next Monday alau an.
nounced price cuts of from ten it)
forty per cent. In State co-oper...
live stoic* Rcuter
WELL KNOWN niBl.i:
SCHOLAR AND LE( -
TURF.R HERE
WAhiTFI) FO CASH
I srd Postage Stinas
Of Ihe Brltlah W*-l
Indlee- Price, paid al the Carib-
bean Slamp Social v. No. Id
Swan Street
ORIENTAL
I.IITS!
THANis ar
NEW BOOKS
"THE GOD THAT
FAILED"
S'ix Studies in Commu-
nism
"CHOBUS OF
ECHOES"
by
Ellerton Trevor
"HALO FOR NOBODY"
by
Henry Kane
"WHITE FANG"
by
J.ck London
IVTF.RLLDE FOR
ALWAYS"
by
Molly Seymour
"MY WORK AT
SURETE"
by
Jean Belin
"FAMOl'S AND IN-
FAMOUS CASES
by
Sir Palrirk ferJtlagl
a
*l
Aivoeate Statioaerj
. Prof. RAYMOND Q JOLLY.
ecutlve Truste.- ol th.
i Layman* Home Missi..nar\
i Movement of Philadelphia
able Bible scholar an"
lecturer, will speak I
fuecn's Park on Sunday, a'
p.m.
His subject will L>
"Christ's Second Coming"
His mnny friends and '
Bilile students are I
forward to his visit it
time.
Prof. Jolly h.i
accepted the position at
live Trustee I
Mnverr.ent. and Mtl
Editor and Publisher oJ lh-
Movement's two
and other I
also as Pastor of the Epif.l
any Tabernacle at Phlladi.-
phia Since he began hi i
Inlerdenomin^tinnal Bprvic
aa n travolliriK If
has travelled i'Xiejisivcl> in
"'I foreign cour-
trie*. ipcakiriK bai
ences which nttcn nunibert-1
Into the thousand
also been active m BUrile
research for many years and
emu* religious puhliratioi
. i.lilic is cordial >
i Invited y< hear him taSllvei
i this timelv addres" Th<-<-
, will be no admiasion cha"ge
' 111 or collection
POST OFFICE NOTICE
A1K MMI.S
rAN'CFUJM- pn i '-. With alleJcl from I si March.
inica and SI. Vin.cnl W|U M
closed at the OaH llnws:
Honduras
Dominica ..
S! Vincent
do.
An M i
OaasjartJ
23rd Pebruary, ittsi
tt.OO a.m. Saturday
2.00 p rn Wtxlnesday
2.00 p.iv Wednesday
9 00 a.m. S.
WATERWORKS DEPARTMENT
Paymtnt of Water Rntei
Consumers Who hi Id water rates in rcspo.t nf the
qUBfteT M IMI, an- herein MtlSaad Uaai laalOaa
these rales arc | in- the 28th of February. 1851, the
I>narlinent, as v M f UM Watcrw.irks Ael. 1895-1.
may atop th> \>.. i Um premise! in respeci of "Inch
.uch rates arc payable. ItfWI I CUttknjJ 'h" the pipe to such pi
-.. proceedings to recover
p.' due.
21 2 ai-2n
CHANCERY SALE
The unrl.....

tale *a*rci *i ih. um, |ila- awl .luiim n
applKalioii io me
I \llt 1UTCII1NSON I'lainlift
"IIVIM -I I MH nOTTIN lh-lendBOl
paui'i si i
lha Megutrsttwi Office
parral ol land *>Hiate at i
i Pail i ... '.....-' ; *......
-. ami aauiulina '

, Und. let* of a. B Small but now
.. ,,.,...
. Kith ih- me**Uage or dwelllne hoo
i.tnei ihe i '" eieited and bul
.1 ii... nefendanl
II i
Wlt.l.IAMB.
irar-ln-Charaser,.
|s Pabmarv IMI
WHAl'S IN A SAM!

I
A you
Know Uki
Fv
SUN-
GLASSES
For lasUni \ OtlffB
Ammiai Styles a* Valayja!
THAMS "!.-'
B.A.W.LA.
MF.MI: R newh 1
Welght-Llftini Asao i
;
are rec
*
tion ut Jk'J1 I ]
Saloon. MJlkmarhet, at 7 30 I
p.m. on W.lnesday, 28th 1
Fehv
W. N 'JFvANNUM. 2
r> >
FOR SALE
MEDMENHAM
PINE HILL
A very BtM I
Uy situated
I ......."
HoUN l'l.- i.
. arvd .il propOl -
ri.M H('.HHIIIIl.llll>li Cttlll-
rjfiotl dining
Uaai lonmi, 4 l*d-
II
< hutler's pantry,
i rant*' rooms.
garage. fernery. poultry
lc There is a two-
^^a^ cnii H
grounds are well laid out
with lawns, (lowering shrubs
i gardens. The
whole properly has a plea a-

of ihe older i
home in thi exclusive area.
M.
RKAL KI1TATE AGENT
At'CTIONEM
1-I.ASTATIONS Bl'ILDING
'Phone 4610
WE ABE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT OUR
NEW PREMISES IN PINFOLD STREET ARE
NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
a
tt> ran tupplu you U'illi .
GASOLINE. LUBRICATING OILS, SPARE PARTS
and ACCESSORIES, alo BICYCLES, PARTS
and ACCESSORIES
a
WE HAVE THE FACILITIES lo do tho SERVICING
and REPAIRS MCMuiry lor Ih. upk.p ol your car
a
.11 VI IlltllVlll
A NEW SHIPMENT OF STANDARD VANGUARDS
AND TRIUMPH MAYFLOWERS
a
iaT~ For hnllm Inlormallon call ai . .
CHELSEA GARAGE (1950) LTD.
PINFOLD STREET
SHIPPING NOTICES
MONTREAL. AI'STRAIXV NEW
ZEALAND LINE. LIMITED
MAN 7. LINTi
V *J -TOefOAaiBO-' i. -
I Melbourne Feeeuar-. StHK SMtr,,
I-'...... SMI. P...!,,,, U.n v
riyaaa at Barbada* *arlv April. IMI
Thra vaaaat Kae ample epaee lar Hard
r.oaen and OeneTBl arpa
Cargo aeaaplnd an fhraugri Bill. *t
rlth iranahlprneni at Trinidad
Owlasn, Berbedo*. Windward
aid Leeward lalanda
Fui further particular* apply
LRNEU. WITHV CO. LTD. and
Da COBTa A CO LTD.
Trinidad. Barbadoa.
B W I B W I

Th- M V CAttlTlBCT w.ll
<<"*n Cargo and Paaniigan (or
Dranuura. Antigua Montarrr*!
Merle and M Kitta SaUingv
11 ula v SSid >n*t
Th* Acn MARV B CARO-
LIN8 will aeeept Carga and
r.aeeiufrr* far Dammn. Sailing
Wedneaday 11.1 IrvM
BWI. SCMOONBB OB'NUtS
ASSOCIATION Lv*C
TaL 4M1
tjga^ A0COO, SieamA/up fa
NEW TOnil KEUVICE
"Maheii" tall. 3rd Pebruarv a. faaabretrc arrive. Dertja.
NEW ORI.EANR ftERVrCE
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BARIIADOS ADVOCATE
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 24. lSl
WSTR ILIA SCORE 206-8
ON AMAZING PITiUI
Krtim W J. O'RKILl.Y
' MELBOURNE. Feb. 23.
I the lliiMtlrMorrti partnarthip plodded Us wtowy
way, there wore many disappointed spectators who thought
notorious batting which seemed I
of inspiration and stroke-making ability, oval
i brand of cricket which kills ii

------ But fr>

' ii n the Au
res* had 111 I..- -
Mrlboiiii | r.

lain, turned in an
exhibition It was H
UCifjON ,| wus -holding" The bail seemou
I SutcUffe. the jiicjt ro mark time niorr.-nUinly asit hi",
i .-mi England opening ([,,, turf,
whose -ill lima Test aW< This I.nef hiatus in the
I bast avt h> U p. ..com causeO Australia* undoing
KiiRlbliinaii against Au*
a shrewd judge el cricket It is. gurt as an opener bul the flr*l
Kttlng when h* time he played at the pitch "' the
r the best batsmen ball he was out to
in the world todaj Ho did s> catch to short leg
erhen Bjaaklng at a din- Morris stayed ..
London BOd this a his seldom used the middle ol
(1) Len Hutton. He mistimed. Ruafatl
DJ Worrell. (3) Bert Sut- no often that he look the I
Incidental* two bats before he
1 wonder whfit Brown's first victim. But Moms'
| .,.. r<-iiormanre. judged by J he stand-
I Hi;*
Second Best
In The World


all
him that K..me Errol Holmes hit sixty off
" loat a good lot uf including quite a few.
n the Tents but it might sixes and fours.
H mat if he as cap-
n| chances in a Although he thought that the!
lay Tf* that the others might West Indies had an excellent
voted to take risks as well, chance nt defeating A
-- ... _____ , a comparatively weaker M C.C.I N^au^'Jo*"". WiII'i^J'n'
ddard always seemed to have- ,ewni whose force* were con-. .***. a* l-..
UUng up his sleeves and ,lmifl|iy bptnp depleteJ by injures,1 KSS*^
*ull be trusted never to be flu*- couId iv,. llwin ,uch tooj -
Of his -amr
.cwltn* j fet at the
Drummond said that Wi. playingncld at
Ood-ard s bowing spell was one Kensington almost under water
BSD, former Inter
layer and now a West
.Iked into
Rheumatism, Ankles Puffy,
Backache, Kidneys Strained!
KsrsW
IU AnH... I
j 1 K lor- r<*>M" r
ird'a bowing
i best he had ever seen. jnr Ma"
wicket suited Urn and he ^unia!
SI
however that Valentine Ini. Press bog,
an i Ramadnln would not have
been -v> hu;hlv tUCCeafftll If any "Mr Coppin". he said, and
inpt hn*l been made to hit them pricked my ears for some choice
off I hail length
bit
this
f inside dope. "I think tha
good chance for Barbada
Valentine llil to start planting rice.''
called that in a friendly nt/i./j/n" I replied
SKIPPER TRED BROWN, (left) and Alec Bedser the Enrll-h
bowlfi. ^i r-i.X A-1-.trallan wickets yentftrday. Each captured 4.
IN THE PAVILION
IBS o. s. HIM>I\
In
to this?
a
H
Marooned I ^n in the Press Box
"l l'" With no hope
even of getting down tha bar, tbingi looked very
dark
by Australia's later bats- But sow ., ,.,,,
men. was high class. or "Buchden", St. Joeoi i rjs -it played magnificently un- into the Press box and n;itur;illy was no attempt being made to hit
der difficult condition?.. With the we fell to discussing crick* i ball un the leg-side with an
ball not coming through, he dug In Drummond visited Barbados In enormous space between a verv
behind bji bat nrtth i95 as a member of Lord Brack- straight mid on and a sillv very
ultra caro. His only attacking u'v'* touring team to the Wost squai . .ng and ah agog
shots came from occasional quint Indies. to be utilised.
dashes down lo the pitch of th<_ "Bail after ball was allowed lo
hefl when he drove powerfully. Keen Fnn no I :::ade to
llnrvev Miller Fail Mr Drurnmond is a keen fol- " '' '' ' '"> men moved tn
H.. w. .hA ..nlw Aiwlral'ne '' i .
over those
In Barbados he never mlssei !' it is the
"'" of folly to play
Kid po he "" n the body ami thus run
l)| ..f the West *'" Ha* Of bt-lng caught bv one
and not
m. as above, ralllni
who looked like a class batsman.
The two strokemakcrs. Harvey and
Miller, to whom the crowd looked
f< r their day's er.lertalnment.
i I lamentably.
Harvey swung hard into a pro-
Pm.h1 square cut and paid tlie
penalty of mlsjudgment of tho
pace of the pitch
Miller essayed an ondrive but
hit a simple catch lo bowlei
Brown when his bat weni well
past the proposed point of contact
before tha << n arrived.
Those who had criticised Hassei*
earlier for his slowness, were quick
to applaud his worth whin Aus-
tralian wickets fell like ninepins
Bedser and Brown ravi
., .. rr, --, the Australian discomfiture.
hnttllSll I Urt LlUO Hclser maintained h's mastery of
O swing He has bowled betl
th-ii'f fin '*f7r/m" "'^ t,H,r ,hnn n*vo '
unit. *sn rixtrti io, ,,-r,,,^ And BrownS iaK.
islstlng of Morris. Hassett ll.u-
.' and Miller was a great tribute
for a determinedly painstaking
i | i leej
have i

.' of the .
B 10 tour to
IUWK IWIKRI.I.I.
iVf//f.s- Into Trouble
11 tttD* W. Feb
hibiti
The Jockey Club, supreme au- Hole, making his first Test
of the British Turf, un- appearance faced the temera-
nest in its latest metit-testlnn expat n | i
tamp out the practice of fug the Ihird leg of a hat trick. He
th i.ieehorses. got hi 18 runs well but
nis trouble ttartad when (he to curb Ms ilealro to smr,p] thl
of lhal august bOd> pitch Of the hall It is a pnl'ev
Unouncs Of a new which pays f-w raeulti for a bats-
n intended as a sure-fire man when faring h new bell
deterrent to doping. The rule England ilnUhed tlie day In -\
stipulates: "If it shall be found srrnnd position. But what now
that any drug or stimulant has With all their baUmen (;uiiri_ j?"?1"??
bean administered to a horse for Hutton in such Irresponsible fomi
the purpOM of nflecting its speed a they have been in the pi n OUS
in a race, the licence of the trainer Tests. I refuse to anticipate theii
of the horse shall be withdrawn reply.
hall lie declared a dis- ,_______________
qualified person."
....
K were held suspeel. reacted un-
S,?a GoMen Glove (James
was promptly imposed. Then the as ssylni "We onl
storm broke. I a-s ai lff 1:| 41 days bul we will U
.Some of the trainers concerned " *< U(|j |() V| |( .. (j
protested they were nowhere near
the scene at the time of the
Isaffed doping and described the
irhleh to let it
oven the
1 I'. HO IllMT
Hubble "f Kent
ohowlni ma Una otroki
i
the ball ns if on
tO hit II :,. till
thi ball
Another thine,
Id why do
batsmen waste oo much I
In making magniAcent
i I by these
fieldsmen (both
:.
push tor i until
i
tiuddiirri Top.
Mr Drums end U
tioddard an eaXeafdonaUy
B.C. ^rndi.lL I To
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lhal time.
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However, there was no appeal i,,,,,,,, (,,
' Ihe ruling of the stewards
Spor
'w.ii im up."
columnists entered the funds for sending a team to th.
detence "f ti" tnalnen.
Highly-placed trainers, they
i'laimeu. dared not voice their
opinions publicly In fear of offend-
than ri^K vietinu^ntion. The wril-
1051 Caribbean Qoiden Okh
Games billed for March 24. 25
aiid 26 at Trinidad.
The bland authorities are ask*
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el-
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ures in the "confessions'' of -
former racing celebrity.
The writer, known as "The ,.
Wnw," cl......< ho had bn aSSSHSPiL*
black-listed by the Jockey Club
18 yean aRo He boasted that he
nad just laughed at the warning-
on* notices.
"In spile of them. I have gone
on doping, when
M I did Itefore." he wrote.
follow
on" would not be enf.....-i owln i
to the Mh derations
"They did not know UV J
I i I
He Mill not think that it could
. d thai any Knghsh bats-
hsvo seorlrig
Inc aban-
don them In these matches owing
I nf being censured for
taking unnecessary risks.
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which of 11 best way
in deal with all bowling
pin bowl-
men ti on Three Itoxcrs have al
ready pirked themselves pre
vlded they pans the physical lest lug"
and tan make the trip They aro With regard U
Welterweight st. CUh I
Llght-heavywright PC. Birkelt,
ight James Bernard hnejish Bs
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and tomct, sometimes at the re- paign it is reported lhat the
I people Interested in a stewards are conducting a clo*el>- therru
particular horse, but more often guarded check on a mystery drug. ,aisfiilU itonead any length i).H
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nitiatlve
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