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The Barbados advocate
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1950.

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f ngthen
eific Fleet

; TOKYO, Feb. 2, |
mited States is to strengtn~|
aval forces in the Pacili aT
ian Chief of Nava! Stail,}
a] Forrest Herman, said here}
‘qe shall have ai seast;
' carriers and re-ar-)
fleet. completely, so as
eruiser strength in the
fic, Some destroyers Wl.
ansferred from the At-
+” he added. The Amer-
int Chiefs-of-Staff, led b,
Bradley, inspecteu!}
Naval Base, near Yoko-|
whieh, observers believe |
Mpuilt up into a key orth
ral Bradley said that the}
“Chiets-of-Staff had no)
of a proposed muli-|
Hance between the United
and Japan, to be linked
peace treaty.
ns defence must be de-
the Peace Conference,
er, it will be up to

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troyers by September,
y Department announced.
the six, the “Killer”
¢ Carpetter, the
Sher kind, is now un-
' shakedown trials, and
dy for Pacific duty in
he re-inforcement pro-
when completed, will
navy 50 active destroy-
Pacific. Two of the!
eight active carriers and
fs are currently operat-
ie Pacific, The 27,000 ton
Boxer” and two destroy-
Japan yesterday tc
eventh Task Fleet based
pines. The Naval
ed on Japan includes one
er and four destroyers.
United States subma-
@ in all parts of the
31—Reuter.

} 8 - 49
erjoyed’ At
4 7 : e
Attitude
3 NEW YORK, Feb. 2,
Olano Vitanova, Argen-
@ Affaires, told a Press
ee here that his Govern-
“overjoyed” at the

attitude towards Spain,
d in the last few

he seid. ;
cific Fleet will have six
latest

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ed the announcement |
ban Acheson, American
State, that the United |
uid support a motion to
ember states of the}
ions to resume diplo-
mms with Madrid.

Weaid that the Argentine

iment had not as_ yet
Whether to take the in-
in asking for a re-

g of the Spanish question
PUnited Nations.

wa felt that the
tould be raised either
Tegular session of the|
this fall, or ata oP this}



May be called this
er, 4

JPLE OF

Friday

February



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man Willing To
H. Bomb DakotaFound

WASHINGTON, Feb. 2,

ec: Conierence to-day that the United States is will] (Royal
f nd work on the Hydrogen Bomb as soon as

» {International Control of Atomic Energy is achieved
Pee ar . a

Congressional leaders of boti
| Partics are understood to be urgin;
| him to issue such a statement, tc
{make it clear that the Unitec
| States has no aggressive intention
in going ahead with production 01

| what may be the world’s mos
deadly weapon of mass destruc
tion.

Officials here do not expect Mr
Truman to make any direct appea
to the Soviet Union, followin:





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report by five of the “Big
} countries which embarked o
Atom Control Talks that the
Soviet Union was responsible fo
the collapse of negotiations.

Make Them Quickly

Some quarters are urging thc
President to notify the United
Nations formally of his decisio.
on the Hydrogen Bomb anc
America’s willingness to sus-
pend operations on it as soon as
International control of Atomic
Energy has been achieved.

Admiral W. H. P. Blandy, who
was in charge of ‘“Operatior
Crossroads”, the Bikini Atomic
Bomb Tests, said in Virginia to-
day that the United States should
make the Hydrogen Bomb as
quickly as possible. “It is impera-
tive that we should have H-
Bombs.” he added.

Admiral Blandy gave his views
at a Press Conferetice on the eve
of his retirement as Commander-
in-Chief of the United States
Atlantic Fleet.

To-day he begins work as alist, who spent 10 years in Nazi

civilian with a New York organ-
isation, but he declined to an-
nounce what his new post would
be. He handed over command to
Admiral William M. Fechteler
yesterday.—Reuter.

“| . *

U.S. Will Reject

~ | . .
Soviet Charge
° * Le
Against Hirohito
WASHINGTON, Feb. 2,

A surprise Soviet proposal to
try the Japanese Emperor on
criminal charges involving the
use of germ-warfare will be re-
jected by the United States, offi-
cials said to-day.

The exact response will be
worked out by the State Depart-
ment after study of the charges
filed yesterday against Emperor
Hirohito and four other Japanese.

Presumably, the other wartime
Pacific Allies will be consulted.

Diplomatic authorities said that
there is little doubt that this
country’s answer will be an em-
phatic “No”, They look for most
of the other former foes of J&pan
to follow suit. To accept the Rus-
sian proposal would mean revers-
ing a 1949 decision by the thirteen
nation Far Eastern Commission
to wind up all the war crimes

_ Barbados
NEGOTIA

lie iia a nse Sareea

Wreckage
Missing

THE HAGUE, Feb. 2. }
wreckage of a K.L.M.|
toy Dutch Airlines) Dakota, |
missing on a flight from Schiphol
aerodrome, Amsterdam, to Lon-

The

don with freight and mail, was| ®

found in the sea, early today
\est of The Hague, according to}
-he Dutch navy rescue service. |
‘The 1,579 ton Danish steamer|
Rigmor was stated to be standing}
by the wreck.
|

TIONS T





The Dakota, with a crew of] }
7 ineluding six trainees left|
Schiphol airfield at 3. Forty

minutes later, as the plane was)
‘rcssing the Dutch coast, it re-|
ported back to control at Schi-/
phol. Then there was silence.

Then the Rigmor reported that
she had seen a burning plane fall!
nto the sea, west of The Hague.)
Jutch lifeboats and rescue air-
raft left in search,

One K.L.M. aircraft, after!
circling the area five times at a
low altitude, reported no sign!
of the Dakota. |

Everything seemed normal,} :
when the Dakota took off, and | 4
there was no indication during}

the flight that it was in difficul-|
1es |

—Reuter

East Berlin
Gets New |
Police Chief |

BERLIN, Feb. 2.
The East German authorities to-
day appointed a veteran Commun-



prisons as new Police President
of East Berlin. The new president
is 41-year-old Waldenar Schmidt, |
who for the past year has been in |
charge of thg Staff Department of

the East. Berlin Administration.

He replaces Paul Markgraf, form-

er Nazi officer and holder of the |
Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross, |
who was captured by the Russians |
at Stalingrad.

The Soviet Occupation authori- |
ties appointed him Police Chief |
of Berlin in 1945, and in 1948, |
after the split in the city Police
Foree, ‘he became chief-ofthe Bast
Sector Police. In September 1949,
after West Berlin newspapers nad
reported that Markgarf had been
purged and arrested, East Police
headquarters announced that
Markgraf “had got.e on leave for
a long period.” Today’s an-
nouncement, circulated by the S
German news agency A.D.N.,
mede no mention of Markgraf.

—Reuter.

Tories And
Labour Agree

ON ONE POINT

NEW YORK, Feb. 2.
The New York Daily News in
despatch from its London cor-








trials, and upsetting the American] y.;pondent today said tha! every |
policy of controlling Japan during] pody in England expected that the
the occupation through the Em-)pritish Election contest would be

peror. Responsible officials made slose,

it plain that they suspect a
Moscow propaganda manoeuvre
The United States has been press-
ing Russia to return 37,600 war
prisoners which the Japanese
contend, are still being held by
the Soviets.—Reuter.

HONDURAS



although “betting «dds
‘ightly favoured Labeur.” \
The correspondent, Robert,

Conway, began a detailed re-
view of the campaign, which he
described as “Great Britain’s
most important election battle |
in history.” |
Conway said that virtually the |
only point on which the Conser- |
vatives and Labourites saw eye to |







THE DUKE OF WINDSOR, w

States after an absence of nearly two years, completes the final
Working in his hotel apartment the
Duke expects to have the memoirs completed for spring publica

instaimenis of his memoirs.

tion. They are to be brought ou

World Being
A Chaotic

Says Vatican

Vatican newspaper Obser

on American production of the H-Bomb, said to-night that

the world to-day was being
inhuman chaos’”’.

“Tf_one of the peoples mgst devoted to peace undertake
the construction of such a destructive instrument, despite
its incalculable cost and the terrifying prospects of its use, |
it must mean that the ‘cold war’ has no longer hope of re-|

laxing and dissolving in un
promise but is slipping and
war”, Observatore said.

No Inner Tube

BRUSSELS, Feb. 2.

A Belgian garage hand
has taken out a patent for a
pneumatic tyre which con-
tains no inner tube. Coated
on the inside with a sub-
stance also of his own in- |
vention, the tyre will seal it-
self in the event of a punc-
ture, he claims.

Experiments conducted on
a wide range of vehicles
fitted with the tyres have
proved satisfactory, it is re-
ported.

}

—Reuter.



Knew Gauguirt
And Van Gogh

LONDON, Feb. 2.
The death of Archibald Stand-
ish Hartlick, 85-year-old artist
who knew Paul Gauguin and Vin-
cent Van Gogh, when he was a











; and polities ?

| to end all war, there is no means |

| Vis Pacem.

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t in book form next autumn.

Sucked Into
Whirlpool

Newspaper

VATICAN CITY, Feb. 2.

vatore Romano, in its comment |

sucked into a “whirlpool of

derstanding or at least com-|
sliding irresistibly into open |



“And when the only argument |
people believe can prevent war is
to present the dilemma of peace
or the destruction of civilisation,
what must we think of diplomacy

“Tf, after two world wars, her-
alded and waged as the sole means |

more effective for preventing wat
than to return to the ancient Si
Bellum; we must con-
fess that we are faced by the com-
plete bankruptcy of a philosophy,
of a way of life, of a pseudo-civili-
Sation,

“It has ended as the pre-chris-
tian society ended, in the triumph
of force, by its threat or its action

“Without Christ is the same as
before Christ.

“From the ancient rampart of
the legions and the arsenals on the
Roman world, we have arrived at
the unknown munitions beyond
the Carpathians. We have reach-
ed the explosion of the atom and
science applied everywhere to
war.

“We hope that realisation of the ,

fearful abyss may defend and save
peace far more and far earlier than
mysterious Weapons.

“If the Apocalyptic Armaments





| Dr,
| today that knowledge that man’s

| political parties








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OQ RE-OPEN

B’DOS MEETING WILL
BE TOLD NEXT WEEK

UKLeaders|
Kneel In
Prayer

At St. Paul’s

LONDON, Feb, 2.

Leaders of the three biggest
political parties, who will be
Lghting the British General

lection in three weeks time today
attended a special pre-election
service in Saint Paul’s Cathedrai.
Mr. Clement Attlee, the Prime
Minister and Labour Party leader,
Mr. Winston Churchill, Conserva-



ive Party leader, and Mr. Clemen
Davis, who leads the Liber:
Party, knelt on stools covered
with crimson velvet facing the |
bigh altar, wnile the Bishop |
}London, Dr. J. C. Wand, }
prayers,

The Bishop was calling § f<
Divine Guidance for the Britis!
people in choosing their new |

Government on February 23
An address was given by Dr
Geoffrey Fisher, Archbishop o
Canterbury.
Shek dnd SEs seal ®
The Strongest Defence
The Archbishop of Canterbury,
Geoffrey Fisher, said here

inventions might disintegrate the
world was the strongest defence
against that catastrophe.

He was giving the address

; Guring a religious service attend-

ed by leaders and officials of the
in Saint Paul's
Cothedral in advance of the Gen-
eral Election.

The Archbishop said that in the
war between political system
and between man and _ society
being fought all over the world
by her history traditions
and Christian Faith was ‘“pledgec




| to resist the premises of material-
ism and its consequences in thei:

manifold and menacing forms”
Dr. Fisher said that those wh«
sought election sought »vower
Those who voted gave power
“But power is of all things, thc
raost..dangerous to possess unless
it is utterly subordinated tk
1esponsibility,” he continued.
“Those, who seek power, seck ¢
‘errifying load of responsibility
tor the maintenance of this great
Lation in prosperity, freedom ana

Godliness, and for its contribu-
ion to the world’s health and
peace,” —Reuter,



Titoists’ Purge

_ r
li French Zone
FREIBURG, French Zone, Feb. 2.
The purge of “Titoists” in the
West German Communist Party |
has now reached the French Zone
State of South Baden. |

March

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Feb. 2.

"T RINIDAD’S Chamber of Commerce this morn-

ing passed a resolution urging Government to
advocate through representatives at the conference
to be held at Barbados next week that the strongest
possible fully representative delegate be sent im-

mediately to London to

with His Majesty’s Government.
; * The

For Sugar
Talks Monday




(Barbados Advocate Correspon ient
CASTRIES, (By Mail).
St Lucia will be sending
three representatives to the
Sugar Conference due to take
ace in Barbados next Monda
February 6, under the auspice:

of the Development and Welfar
Organisation.

Mr. J. C. DuBoulay has bee
selected by the St. Lucia Sugar
\ssociation. An Official and
ielegate from the Legislatu
will be chosen but their
anes have not yet been re-
leased to the Press

Statement Of West
Indies Sugar Co.

(From Our London Correspondent)
LONDON, (By Mail)

A dividend of 5 per cent
tax, is recommended by the West
Indies Sugar Company for the
year to September 30th, 1949, in
1 company statement issued in

also



less

London this week. This dividend
is the same as for the past two
years

The full rate is payable on the
id capital of £700,000 one-half
is payable on the 1,400,000 £1 Or-

dinary shares issued at par con-
currently with £1,000,000 of 3%
per cent debenture stock last
March. Tate and Lyle has a ma-

jority holding of the ordinary
Subject to completion of the
audit, the net profit was £139,378
(against £117,014.) It was struck
after tax and other charges total-
ling £350,515 and after credits of
£74,330, largely tax overprovis-
ion. Reserves are allocated £65,
000 (£59,917) and the dividend

takes £38,500 net; £45,194 ( £31,
015) is carried forward. The £1
shares are quoted at 19s. 444d.

The increase of 20 per cent in
the net profit for the year to Sep-
tember last fulfils the hopes of
the Company’s directors who last
(when the West Indies

Sugar Company’s finances were

put on a more permanent footing)
looked forware to increased pro-

fits





Radar For Hospital

LONDON, Feb. 2.
A naval radar set is to be used

re-open sugar negotiations

resolution followed a talk
by the Honourable Harold Robin-
son on the recent “fruitless” talks
in the United Kingdom. Robinson
was leader of the West Indian
delegation The preamble to the
resolution states :

The Chamber viewed with
grave concern the failure of
H.M. Government to appreciate
that the recent offer to the West
Indies delegation of a guaran-
teed market for approximately
90 per cent of the present ex-
port production; far from main-
} taining,—much less improving
the economy of these colonies;
| if insisted on, will lead to dis
| astrous consequences, economi-

cally, socially, and politically.
The Chamber expressed every
confidence in the B.W.I. delegation
which recently negotiated with the
British Government and agreed



vith their decision to refer the
matter to their respective associa-
tions and governments for their

recommendations

Members thought it imperative
in the interest of economic secur-
ity of the peoples of the colonies
that no stone should be left un-
turned to bring home to HM Gov-
ernment the grave consequences
which would result from failure
to increase the guaranteed quan-

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tity to be taken

Harold Neal Fahey thought that
1 representative of labour should
be included in the new delegation
to the United Kingdom It v

mistake he sai that this v

xt done in the first instance,

Typist’s Error
Robinson disclosed in his talk a
ustake of the Ministry of Food’s
ypist in including a secret docu-
nent in papers sent to the West
ndies sugar delegation which re-
vealed that the Ministry had al-

ready stipulated that a guaranteed
narket for West Indian sugar “in
the United Kingdom would be

640,000 tons even before negotia-

tions with the delegations had

taken place. Referring to the talks
Robinson said that the West Indies
wanted a long-term contract and
if they could not get it, they would
have to stand by the
|} now force. He explained that
| the present attitude of the British
i even if no long term

agreement

} agreement, was one in which they

} would not pay anything resemb-

|} ling world prices on the existing

| agreement

That he said was a serious point
of the dispute

Prices. would be the same for

| long or short-term agreements

| If the West Indies got a long-

Herr Erwin Eckert, chairman| in the Middlesex Hospital, Lon- | term agreement, Robinson pointed
of the South Baden Communist| don, for physical purposes. Some |out, the increase on the price
Party, has publicly charged that | experts believe, however, that ra- | ofiered would be barely sufficient
“ideologies detrimental to the | dar can be usefully employed to |to meet the increased cost of
Party have found their way into| extend the scope of physio- | labour and material facing the in-
ow ranks” 7 | therapy. —Reuter, try.—By Cable.

Writing in yesterday's Commun-
ist paper Unser Tag, Herr Eckert
said that members of the Party
were “dodging the ideological dis- |
pute,” |

lhe South Baden Communist |
Party's self-criticisms followed a |
similar action in the Hessian
Party organisation two days ago, |
where three leading members
were accused of aiding Titoist |
agents.

Earlier, North Rhine—Westpha- |











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SE *S F AG Ahete was socialised ‘medicine, | 88, Was announced here today, than eliminating war they should Hamburg, Communist Parties had
' “ “The-C r ard 1 e-To-The-Grave Mr. Hartlick was a black and nies the conviction that force | ¢ither Pe en
Hes fo Hilti eye asta white artist and painter, In 1939 |is enough to defend peace, where- | purgec ir leadership |
F Call Britons Slave Owners cae neem te tien, Party | he published a book “A Painter’s | as in - force ae | —KReuter, |
t ine gy gee ‘noo 9. | Pilgrimage”, in which his associa- | hilating life, a most fortunate sal-
(Barbados Advocate Correspondent) ane pein ara on en ns : aren tion with Gauguin and Van Gogh | vation would arise once again from — . .
BELIZE, Feb. 1. chins enid . “> | was described. He recalled that |a most fatal error, “Observatore Will Discuss Corn Hi
HOUSANDS of Hondurans sang “God Bless America’ | ~ fer ere | he had missed the chance of buy- | added.--Rewter. i
emoti sy agp sk tae stily as the | ing a genuine Van Gogh picture | Production 7
hotional gusto and a band blared lustily as Tal Ges Featnan. | ;
their Baymen ancestors was raised aloft on. the £9,485 Cattle —Reuter. | Sweden ! ROME, Feb. 2. |
fof the battlefield rostrum and the Stars and Stripes . R : U S 1 Agricultural experts from tcn|
d alongsi | ; countries are meeting in Rome
s eee. the | after an interview with the Peo- | For Bogota | ecognises Biecsired chis week to discuss the produc- |
HCommittee leader H sles Committee and Battlefield AUTHOR DIES AT 64 | STOCKHOLM, Feb. 2, | Aon of hybrid corn in Europe and .
as he Sraunied the Open Forum leaders, granted per- ; TORONTO, Feb. 2. Sweden has recognised Indo-| -he Middle East.
dsaid: “People of Hon- | mission for Friday night’s coun- | A shipment of = a : LONDON, Feb. 2. |nesia as a free and independem| | Experiments with various types
We recovered the an- | trywide demonstration with the Porgy er ae ath tong a oe Canon James Owen Hannay, | state, the Foreign Ministry an- 7 NEPA Core first produced in |
our Baymen fathers, | proviso that the leaders are re- oe c a ae Pa author of over 40 novels under nounced to-day, J nite | States, have Neon Cars |
eer British rule means | sponsible for order. a Ministry to deonetanl the pen name of “George A. Bir- The Swedish Consul in “Sur- ao eo ee since 1936. |
“Arise Hondurans Taxis are again flaunting anti- |} Cras in that ee mingham”,_ died quietly in his} jpaja, has informed the Indo- a te = ~ ps pat — ro |
34; The battle song | devaluation banners. Five breeds were represented, | )“~? “4 . ne oo nesian Government that Swedei | ing; ordinary corn pat fg
ws then followed.| Speakers to-night denounced | jersey, Holstein, Ayrshire, Short- | "°° — raga Hy = ns will send out a diplomatic repre- 3 f
Ms of ag carries the|Creech Jones and other Brilish|horns’ and Scottish Highland)‘ ‘@t'ed fis first a . jen he) sentative shortly, the Foreigi
clrcl the settlement | leaders for imposing devaluation -attle. as a Curate in Ireland. Ministry added. —Reuter. Home Fleet 3
© centred in a field by commune ¥ nent ae Flying of pedigreed Ontario —Reuter. 7 eg =
Go ors and investors seek “AP | cattle to South America started * es eee oe ee ee ee ee ee ee ee ee ee ee —
; “thor Ronald Garvey! labour.—(By Cable). | corre years ago, but shippers said ; Visit Gibratar :
they are scarce this year, “The BEVIN LEAVE R ig 2,
South American countries are } ae GIBRALTAR, Feb. 2. CC
| saving their dollars,” one said } he eas | ( The Home Fleet docked here to-
| —Reuter. | ROME, Feb. 2. ; during which he conferred wit! | Jay for a three weeks’ visit
“1a sritish Foreign Secretary, ule President of the Racaallc, Lala Commander-in-Chief, Admiral, Wine nail ook
st Bevin left Rome by train| Premier De Gasperi, and Foreigr| Sir Philip Vian, called on the} \ Aaah
. | U.K. Fil Sh id for Paris and London teday after | Minister, Count Sforza. “The fact} Governor of Gibraltar, General | \ delicious and refreshing 3d.
| Lethe ums OULG |. cre day visit to the Italian! that Bevin began his conversatio' | Sir Ke/aeth Anderson, wh
’ ° | capital for talks with Govern-| with Count ‘Sforza by asking) later visited the Admiral aboard | Authorized Bottlers a bottle
Be Nationalised ment leaders, and an audiencc| why the Italians complained s¢| his flagship Implacable.
with the Pope. } much of Britain shows politica} —Reuter. |
LONDON, Feb. 2 Guarded by his own two Scot-/| interest. Avanti the —_— of the! lad : = or
The British Electrical Tra ind Yard detectives, and aj pro~Communist Socialist Party |
' Union announced today that it uad of Italian Police, Mr.} however, published a front page “Sni 99 Goin THE COCA-COLA COMPANY
had recommended natio | Bevin had spent the night in his; leader attacking Socialist po’ic: pe Ss | "
wf the film industry t pecial sle« g coach in a siding | in Britain o | BY
| Wilson, President of tl f Rome ain station | “Bevin has adopted the policy To St. Lucia |
| Trade Early this morning, the coach} of the American State Depart-/
The Union said that the Briti hitehs the Paris Express; ment, no better nor worse than/ IT IS expected that H.M.S BARBADOS BOTTLING CO., LTD. ‘f
I led t of Ror t vhat Churchill would have done,’ Smipe, wearing flag of the} AR Be
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ant Pact, England ar u oq ot. | Listen to the COCA COLA NEWS over Radio Distribution every
N ee ek tir = ‘ se ~~ Mi > " evening. Monday through Saturday from 8—8.15 p.m. one
: 1 the rmanent wa oting inde ommat! f ym nder I > Rete
: 1 : | the control of the United States’,! Tibbitts, D.S.C She carries a i
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2w Govern
Sir George
fe, expect to
Nassau on Febr uary
have been unable to book
passage, as they had originally
intended, and so they are fiying
from London For
Sir George, with thirty of
Colonial Service behind it
will be the first appoints
side Africa, with the excep’ tion
of a_four- year spell of duty in
Palestine during the wa

Both Sir George, and his wife,
are looking forward to their
visit to the Bahamas. Since they
arrived in England from East
Africa at the end of December
they have been busy making en-
quiries about the conditions they
will find there. Sir William and
Lady Murphy, the retiring Gov-
ernor and his wife, whom they
met in London, have been able to
answer many of their questions

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Miss DORIS GREENBERG.
Just a Sideline!



















These Remained
ASSENGERS arriving by the
“jtalie”. who remained in
Barbados were:—Mr. and Mrs.
Harold W, Buck, Miss Frances
Stock and Mrs. A. P. Thornton.
«> “>

The Weather Is Nice
ISS G. GOOD of England who
came out to Barbados re-
cently to spend the winter, told
Carib yesterday that she finds the
weather nice and warm and ig
enjoying her holiday, She ig stay~
ing at Super Mare Guest Hous’.

ep» a)

Squally M
E WEATHER, ch for
almost the entire week has
been very rainy, held up yester-
day to enable the two hundred odd
tourists from the M. V. Ifalia to
spend a very enjoyable day here
They started coming ashore as
early as 8.30 a.m., in a continu-
ous stream by the ships launches.
It was a squally morning in the
harbour and the launches had to











For Women’s Talks

RS. FLORENCE DAYSH left

yesterday by B.W.LA. for
Jamaiea where she will attend the
W.1. Women's Conference which
is being held by Lady Huggins
Also leaving yesterday for the
Conference was Mrs. Rosita
Scott, wife of Dr. A. W. Scott
She has gone by BWIA. via
Trinidad.

The objects of the conierence
are to discuss women’s and chil-
drefi’s organisations, to promote
by an exchange of ideas and
opinions between delegates, a
better knowledge of welfare work
in the and to develop
handi and embroidery
throughout the British Caribbean
as a means of enabling women
to save money to augment the
family ineome.

Comings and Goings

M* PAT WALLBRIDGE,
Sales Manager of the


Singer Sewing Machine Co., Ltc.,
lett
yesterday.

for St. Lucia by B.W.LA.
R. AND MRS. FREDDIE



—_——

PORTRAIT ROMANCE



the ee parr oe
Governer of
North



Giuide To Housewives















R. AND MRS. BENJAMIN F head straight from the ship in BUTTER:—

WEINSTOCK of New York S CARIB was coming ashore «he direction of the Esplanace Satie 70.0" PE. & Salted Cooking-~$19.25 pet 25
who were round tripe ers on e in one of the ship's launches jy nti] they got close to land where Potter is Manager of the st. Ib. tin—80 cts. per Ib. or $3.90
Italia yesterday told Carib "that yesterday one of the older ladies the wind was not blowing so Lucia branch of Gable and Wire- Ber 5 Ib. tin—86 ects. per 1 lb.
they had a beautiful day in very with whom he was chatting Said, pard,. they then followed the j... tin or less than % Ib. 6 ets. per
delightful we — oe — — poner were? ung wy ae anken until they entered rR. COLIN WILLIAMS of %:
some of the sauty spots of tne ver tere, ‘ : aS Eh th Z nage. .
island aa really ‘enjoyed their ship's newspaper.” ae Ae : aS a yy Substitute we sie adt tee
ost oung active urn rom y 5.Wi. Brand—$ per carton 0!
WT’ Wcdaaneu ‘tk Seediaaist v ge ris Greenberg Cameras Hard At Work yesterday. tins—55 cts. per tin of 1 lb, 3 ozs.

io ly go olay a, ag A Nev is on the HENEVER they passed a R. V. C. KNIGHT, Sales Re- Table In Tins—$80.20 per case
Raybond Theatres i Penortoriz the New particularly lovely scene, presentative of DaCosta and of 100 Ibs. in | lb, tins—88 cts.

«>» «> York Times. an = me a, —— Co., Ltd. returned from Trinidad per !b- tin.
" : Editing of the ship’s newspaper 8°t_out and _ snap-shot camerss by B,W.LA. yesterday. : r 50
Tourists Are Impressed just 2 sideline during the trip ¢licRed, while movie cameras Wap, DARRELL TRIMINGHAM peter i Pen 0 Be or
ri « wieele eiee- pointes captured even oo 7 ot Barclays Bank (D.C.&0O.), | jb. print.
I : York and Pleasure ‘ € panoramic sight before t oe San Fernando, returned to Trini-
IO ge carol p he s One party decided that they 4oq by B.W.LA. yesterday.
irs ts lia cTuise must take a picture of themselves R. J. R. C. HALE. Director of
the alin - Z ure - Fr Te Sr n a
aa She a OF yed with Bar- inside a bg _ and =. D. @. Henriques Co. Ltd, Just a Tale
s. and found service in the enough as they passed one London who arrived yesterday
ps and th foods displayed was another stop and their cam~- from Trinidad by B.W.1.A.,ishere THE OLD wives’ tale that
very : ydeed. She a eras flashed once more. on a short visit and is staying at every baby costs its mother a
Italia oyed her brief tour of tt _ fisiland, which included a_ visit High Winds R. H. HOPSON, Pilot of caj examination. A woman’s
cg Sam Lord’s VER sixty of them lunchec. T.C.A. in Montreal, Canada susceptibility to tooth decay does
ae ‘ at aa Grane Hotel whe and Mrs. Hopson arrived here not increase when she is bear-
rows ieee «» «>» iPad "thee wee se wal it recently for a holiday and are ing a child doctors report.
vi es Met € wind up there s § t t ea
r ri Nickels To The was wnat impossible fe waik "taving st the Hestings Hotel. 38.
K] P f Di * B “ across the open terrace twee!
“ ; ivin Oys = ve ‘
yecorating St Pc ste® he Hotel and the ballroom. CRYPTOQUOTE—Here’s how to work it:
i I " R. GUS WESTHEIM of the Some of the tourists just sat AXYDLBAAXR
Ma M Westheim Travé Serv along the benches at the edge ot is L : NGFELLOW
I eiphia. New York is from | - t ( uf, and looked at the scene y 0} E Ww
«» «» sai t he rat ier, the water with it One letter simply stands for another. In this example A is used
‘ fr fr hee ‘colours of blue and green fer the three L's, X for the two O’s, etc. Single letters, apos- |
Pilot Takes eng Gut a ality t and many “white caps,” high | Stophies, the length and formation of the words are all hints. | ;
. JOKS e this trip or waves rolling onto the white Each day the code letters are different.
M’ t He talking wit each with green shrubs in the 5
7 J Sch whe ‘ i, for many minute: A Cryptogram Quotation
A tor ‘ oervic drinking in the
-< beauty many contrasts ALCA SLTML TD PHSW TW ALY |
¥ ric ry ‘ "= : 1 . |
; orion : v, of colour 2>PTR FVYVMPBVD ALV HJPHVJAX PE |
the x or rag ” «> «<» |
~ ‘ some of ther - aLV DPTR—RCS
+ T € e tne riace { € °
cd they never faile . Sunaiest Day saialaiie . Cryptequote: UNABLE TO FEED YOURSELF,
«» «>» i Me. 7 .. YOU FEED DOGS—PROVERB. |

To Join His Wife ; + HODES of Creat sores ‘Long ;

S . Island were among the passen-

‘ H. W. JENSEN enginee They Were Ashore ge on the Italia which stopped
M4’ 0 A aa cc PO te OS MONG the passengers from here yesterday on its 16-dey
eo iat Saas A the “Italia” who spent the cruise from New York. They

F Rha ie TA we shore were:—Mr. Howard both said that they had a rough GLOB

io? lainey. 7 who is part owner of trip down and only saw a little
ee wit Baltimore Hotel in sun on the third day of the trip

a th and Mrs. Busick, Mr. The sunniest day was spent in TO-NIGHT 8.30 LOCAL TALENT

; ; Jos Coste Head of thd Barbados and they were delighted

Hi R De River mumissior ’ th their visit. =e

ue, Hote Des : I Mr. Pierre Fe Mr. Hodes is Branch Manager and music by
He ; : tou nt of R ont nig Pictures Inc., of B’DOS ist ALL STAR ORCHESTRA
On Business 2 ae ee ee wie ee
mac «> <> (Conducted by Mr. Arnold Meanwell)
Vi > B Likes Barbadian Tickets can be purchased Tonight
VLA. oO Hospitality
, e N RS. JIMMY SHIELDS whose
husband is a geologist in = res So ) Many Questions ! Venexuals werking ter @oesls SATURDAY 8.30 p.m. M.G.M’s DRAMA
uum Oil Company told Carit
Son And Heir OQ’ Taforma Burea terday that the people here ee J 99
M: ) {F very friendly and hospitable WARD MY s
sv iwi s nd she is enjoying her first ;
a the island very much.
8 re any n a She arrived some weeks ago (Spencer Tracy & Deborah Kerr)
i? Where W nd will be spending about
ve lunch? Thousands of ques- another fortnight before return-
ee We ned, were werec ing home. She is staying at the



Hotel Royal.



BY THE WAY —By Beachcomber







A sLER-SKAT!
er ng
é
A aki ceh
te ine agis-
wu caviare
Y mee there be
* riposted the offen-
No, no,” averred
there would be
i -bearings tnat were
[ aviare ne i
a ted the defend
tr re @i use fos caviare
ere i be none left for ball-
ear Possibly what you
wo eal suggeste a police
there would be
the ball-bearings
be caviare, and
viare for ball-
begin to look
the magistrate
rteously
A Matter Of Common Sense
You see,” said a woman at the
ack of the court, dreamily,
“here would still be the real



67

PLATES
24 .29







MARINE
HOTEL

iare, however many ball-pear- Ball 42 guests broke 107 teeth
ngs were used for the sham stuff.” between them—on, of all thing:
True indeed,” replied the caviare. “Still at it?” said the
agistrate. “And,” she eontinued, chatelaine waspishly to the dis-

uraged by prolonged applause, tinguished peer on her left, who
the sham caviare could still be was none other than the skate
ised as ball-bearings, since it is manufacturer of old days. “Ii
actually ball-bearings.’ True everybody did this, we shoulc
again,” said the magistrate with a have no eaviere.” “You haven't
smile. “In view of all this,” re- any,” replied the peer, purple with
joined the manufacturer, “I laughter, “it’s all ball-bearings.’
will adn t I still have some “Oh, don’t let’s go over all that
bali-bearings left over Then again,” said the hostess, making
pray use them for your skates”, a moue, and wistfully recallin;
said the magistrate briskly hat, the magistrate she had once
at any rate,” he added, with loved.
considerable aplomb, “will not (For Peruvian bark see under
interfere with the caviare Chentworth Brick By-Products).
situation.” “Unless,” essayer the
dreamy woman, “unless, of course, Animals In Next Parliament!
there——”" “Please, dear lady”, If ff is true that the Liberals
interposed the magistrate, “let us are putting up an animal candi-

leave it at that.”
A Fragrant Memory
Years passed
woman married a jute
from Bombay,
noted hostess
Castle

magnat



A’ SPECIAL PURCHASE
ENAME L WARE

BASINS
76

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24.





ST

BROAD

The dreamy

and became the
of Clackwhidden
On the night of the Hunt

85
PIE DISHES
A9

WHITFIELDS

es Mel MoS Be PENS RR

date in a Midland constituency

I am sure everybody will be s
sorry for it that it will head the

e poll. Is there any law to preven

an animal, elected by secret ballo
from taking its seat? One that i:
rather ill?

06

Dancing from 9



Audition for Talent Sunday 9 a.m.



>

S998 OO SOOO A AOSES

Saturday Night. February 4th
PERCY GREEN & HIS ORCHESTRA

to all hours—$1.00

We are generating our own electricity, so there would be light

Hall’s Distemper,

DI





Matroil,
Lily Brand Roof and Iron Paint—Red.
Obtainable from our Hardware Department

AL
BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON
FACTORY LIMITED.

We can supply the following im a variety of colours —
Berger's Lastikon Paint, Sisson."s Prepared Paint, Domestica
Red and Yellow Label Paint, Sigmarine Flat Enamel

Dusseal—Wall Primer also

we

2039







sweated al] day
preparing
when your guests are seated at
table, your husband lifts the lid
of the casserole, sniffs and says
‘What is it?’

if you’d cooked the cat; that,
madam, is your moment to put
on your sweetest smile, at the

same time digging the sharp point
| of your shoe into your husband’s
ankle.
ciently repentant after
ture, wait till he tells his favour-
ite funny story and pretend you
| don’t see the point of it.
learn him.”

|







SKELETON
CROSSWORD





CLUES

ACROSS

2 Spanish ” seeds unit
(genuine), aoe

Geant ts

; Being * without Sheps. may give

14
15. Specialty Of AA. golfers? EMPIRE THEATRE
‘Oo words).
16. r, back about @ cat on the PLANTERS’ MATINEE at 2.30 TO-DA
ia 4 SAT., MON., WED., at 9.15 p.m, *
21, Peace person of super- Eagle Lion Fi i presents: -
i PAUL HENREID

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23 Tomboys in the nursery,
ye. 18a ‘rick. de uae Guam
. Disseminated > .
26. “Try, try sean.
CLUES DOWN
i. Where seasiders
have wehty of fom wo climb. i
eA
vnings are hasnt.
s data ot tna sngo_ cop,
6. Properties ee
3: Bore risa Suet pee
10. Film star one expect to
LL én a Re they ‘Sone be
A im eid
17. Form of omen in Alasks.
18. Stmians ;
20 Plower ye sold
around.
22. —this anagram of it,

Your Own Hack

“Suppose, for example, you've
in the kitchen

a special meal and,

$959999590090900009 SOSSOSOSS ey

for all the world as

If he doesn’t seem suffi-
that ges-

That'll

Macdonald Hastings, readings
of one of his letters of sym-
pathy to women in the B. B.C’s
“Women’s Programme.”






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STOMACH?.

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PEPTO-BISMOL
and feel good again!

Pepto-Bismol is gen-
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on irritated stomach
and intestinal walls.

1. Helps calm ond ‘quiet the upset
2. Helps retard fermentation and torme-

ties of gos <>
3. Helps sweeten and settle the stomach

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
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FEBRUARY 1950

pRipAy. a
a a

p. G. Flood Situation
Well In Hand

ocate Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, B.G., Feb. 2.
five-man “Brains Trust’ holding major
‘1 the battle against the floods, told a Press Confer-
ee vis afternoon that the situation was well in hand but
pee ad that a breach in the conservancy dams which was
ple over. the week-end spring tides would send an
Pp + foot wall of water rushing towards the coast to cause

© Gmajor calamity.

ewer coir”
France, USSR
Rift Possible

PARIS, Feb. 2. Ae

f made a verba
So ee boviet Union over
Bevan recognition of the Ho
f Minh regime in Indo-China |;
o the Soviet Ambassador’s
(pra to accept a formal protest

note yesterday .

(Barbados Adv

Georget own



Answering blunt questions
from newspaper Editors and for-



cf the five departments pringi-
patly concerned made the follow-
ing disclosures:—The local Gov-
ernment Commissioner, M. B.
Laing said that the District Comy
missioners were alerted to form
flocd. committees to evacuate res-
idents to churches and schools if
floods worsen.

The proposal to evacuate ‘o
Atkinson is considered unwork-
able as villagers are unprepared
to break up their family life. Food








rative evening distributi
The | Conserv : ~}| distribution centres to be opened
paper Le gg ihe tages in affected areas. The Controller
vmes reflects renc of Supplies and Prices, J. Fletcher

ini r that France
‘Office 01 inion, wrote a
Se consider whether to
w her Ambassador from
: i oF ,

“for a certain period’.
‘Moscow “fo

said that imported foodstuffs were
being stock-piled to meet the
situation and he has assumed
extraordinary wide powers to re-



r







Reuter’s Diplomatic Corres-| quisition and direct disposal oi
; Jent stated that diplomatic| any price-controlled article.
2 srs in London were discus- The Director of Agriculire)

the possibility of a complete L. D. Cleare said that the expor-
ch of diplomatic relations| tation of plantains and poultry
France and the Soviet{was banned and the Department
was working on a $50,000 plan to






believed that British | rehabilitate the farm lands.
would be against such a Watching Brief
sh in accordance with a The Director of Medical Ser-

policy of “keeping the
of a diplomacy turning”,
they said was followed in
Wain's recognition of the Cen-
ml Peoples Government in)
» M. Massigli, French
tador in London’ who
Pat the British Foreign
today, was believed to have

vices, Dr. L. G. Eddy said his dey
partment was holding a watch-
ing brief to prevent typhoid and
dysentery outbreaks. The Director
of Public Works, H. Symthe ask4
ed when flood waters will go off
the land held out no hope
beyond a statement that with good
y oe r weather there would be consider-
reiection ’
) ae oie sir eer | wom improvement in six or seven
g, Permanent Foreign Office Laing opening the Conference
said it was called to let the public
know what action Government is
| taking to combat the floods,





Secretary
through




British Foreign
Bevin, pass







‘ ; He
way back from :
= on on y ce gave a report of the extent of the
gmbo = to~ ey -.-’ | flooding from Pomeroon to West-
expected to confer with!

ern Berbice and stressed that the



Foreign Minister Schneiter







; Sreatest danger was at Cane

patters affecting future Anglo-| Grove on the Lower East Coast,

Policy in Southeast Asia.| where waters from Mahaica

—Reuter | Creek and the Conservancy were

: | threatening the area on three
-¢ sides.

h For |

; Laing made no effort to min-
imize the danger should a breach

joviet Citiz
pvIe iizens |} in the Conservancy occur.

Ty | The general level of the coast-
fl U.S. Zone | lands is 52 feet while the Conser-
» HEIDELBERG, Jan. 31

| vaney level is 59.8 feet therefore
"Major General M. Yurkin, head | @ breach in the dams would send
f the Soviet Control Commis-| 4 wall of water seven to eight
in’s Repatriation Department, is| feet rushing down on the coast
shere to-morrow on a 10-day} Which would clearly be a majo#
visit of the American Zone | calamity.

Many to search for Soviet |

1 Tribute To Villagers

G Yurkin will be accom-| He paid tribute to villagers and
med by two senior Soviet staff | counselled them to keep steady

al












eign Press Correspondents, heads



"QUICKLY, DEAR!
ITS STARTING To
RAIN RED HERRINGS"

B. G. Gold | St. Lucia Police

- | Get £44,650
Production | FOR NEW STATION
Increases |



(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

CASTRIES (By Mail).
















LONDON, (By Mail) }.. The Seerciary of State for the
; } ee sere | Colonies has approved a free
Despite a drop in the price of aoe amen Tt bom nt tl
PNG SRM Tees BE. 9 rik, Le ae og a a eae
ni ~ a struction of a medern police
104d an ounce the British Guiana | © Stine: a : . ata rs = -
i" olauwton i re STaLLon, ~
Consolidated Goldfields, Litd., mmended by Mai a R G Cox
have realised an increase of| & @ Wea rauan ie Teiniten,
226,000 in the proceeds of. last ‘ rei Sey ee pu sesie ch
year’s gold production, compared ane hs he Me I a "ae 4
with the previous year 4 the new Castries, Messrs
Mr. Roland Robinson, chair-| tony Lev ‘oh ~eggpdie ts
man of the company, said at the} *1\° + _ ae aa 7
annual general meeting in Lon-| “'S°'°" ie als oP ste thee A
don that this was due to} oor ae - ig si re
increased dredging operations to; WNC) Wil) however be separately
the extent of 383,000 yards and! ®¢Commodated. There will be a
a higher gold yield per cubic! aa icks for 2% emen and six
yard. As a result, he added,| N:C-0.s, a t Police Station to
profits for the year amount to &¢commodate 20 constables and six
£20,796, compared with £4,189 for, N-C-O-s and Office for Station
last year O xr, Charge room, mess anu
“Both operating expenses and recreation room to accommodat«
general expenses in British Gui-| #% men
ana have risen,” he said. “The /
increase in operating expenses W A ae | I
almost wholly due to increases oll. r ppe a n
in direct dredge operating costs \ -
and in dredge repair costs, while} St. Lueia

the inerease in general expenses |

; $7 ; SITTING » Wes i
in British Guiana is due in part] . 4 SITTING ai the West Indian

and partly to the losses we have| Their Honours Sir Cecil Furness-
incurred in our shop trading and| Smith, Chief Justice of Trinidad,
, eo — : “ aa 4

on the transport service run by| Sit Allan Collymore, Chief Justice |

the company”. of Barbados and Sir Newnham |
oe | Worley, Chief Justice of British

Referring to the increased | Guiana,

profits, Mr. Robinson said: ‘“‘The| The Court will listen to an ap-



pending to ~ latest | watch, patrolling dams and doing
is of the International Refu- prevent waters

Secnisation aaa C | everything to

e ton in the American | from reaching the villages
he, 2,591 former Soviet citizens m 8 eens
still living in displaced per-!







. Tee eae Wherever the necessity arises,
gedit a ae soup kitchens will be established
triation Mission in Frankfurt | but the policy is to give villagers
requested by the American | work and the cost will be borne
horities to discontinue its activ- | 20t by villagers but by a special
a its work was said to be|Flood Relief Emergency vote
longer necessary. —Reuter. | which the Legislature will be

asked to approve. |






| Should conditions worsen plans
-are already formulated for area
‘committees to deal with food dis-~
‘tribution and evacuation.

viet Ambassador






Collects Protest Summing up the food situation
the Controller of, Prices and Sup-

PARIS, Feb. 2. | plies, Fletcher said that steps

Mr. Alexander ‘Bogomolov,| Were being taken to assure. that
Ambassador in Paris, | adequate supplies were on hand|

aed at the French Foreign, 2%d that rush orders were sent to}
this morning, and saw} Canada for more flour and pota-
Pierre Schneiter, acting For-| toes. : ‘
Wn Minister. Mr. Bogomolov,| The Director of Agricultura
had been asked to call at 1] ' Stated he had prohibited the ex-
arrived at exactly that port of poultry and plantains, and
mr, and left six minutes later., his départment was _ stock-piling
Was unaccompanied and| plantains, suckers, ecdoes, tannias
miling. and other provision to rehabili+
WO days ago, Mr. Bogomolov | tate farm lands

€d to call at the French Cattle Slaughtered
Mm Ministry to receive the| Where necessa’- attle were
mh Government's note of | being slaughtered and put in cold
* against Soviet recognition | storage while the younger animals

Government of Ho Chi| were being placed on estates for
in Vietnam

unist!


















He did not] fattening.
me that he could not leave] ‘The Director of Medical Ser-
Bey. The French note] vices said dangers lay . ahead

mt to the Soviet Embassy
surned by Mr. Bogomolov
Â¥ with a short note say-
he did not “consider it
to receive such a note.” |
meiter, who is acting |
A Minister during M. Schu-
absence through illness,
t invited Mr. Bogomolov

| when .contaminated water might
cause dysentery and typhoid.

All Sanitary Inspectors were
engaged in advising villagers on
sanitary measures and directing
them to the nearest water supply,
now to boil water, etc.

Nurses, midwives and health
visitors have been alerted to re-






a time to come to see
ee quisition immediately for blank-
—Reuter | ts, milk and other necessities for
—. lying in mothers and-stocks of
enenesindaain

T.A.B. injections are being kept
available,

The local branch of B.M.A. also
signified the readiness of private
practitioners to give all possible
assistance should the necessity

D
}

ui



E SPEAKS IN
LANGUAGES

ROME, Feb, 2

ate Pius xi addressed 3,000 | “8538
, 10 five languages is | * ? ‘ s

min at a ceremony inthe on To-day was a fairly bright day

Palace in honour of the Feast | With only a few showers but as

‘the Purification of the Blessed | @fternoon approached a dark

Ty. —Reuter,









n



cloud began rising in the eastern
skies,

—‘By Cable.)












mm

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N



| Vi m4 cleans everything

smoothly and speedily!

Board have felt justified—and in| peal from the decision of His Hon-
this matter they have thejour Mr. Justice A. V. Crane,
approval of the Colonial Devel-| Puisne Judge of the Windward- |







opment Corporation, as required| Leeward Supreme Court, in the} ee nema = wo as cote
under the agreement with that|case of Mr. Lewis Thomas, form- ae cae” face, 72 Des 7
corporation—in recommending aj erly of the St. Lucia Lands and | ®Pecialist from ae ty so
dividend of 4 per cent, less}Survey Department, (now of | general PrACUiiORS vo b
income-tax, to be paid out of| Trinidad) and the Hon. A. C. H. aoe ee who are bot

ast year’s results and we hope,| Baynes, Colonial Treasurer. noMCaying here, — s

x "Ge Le : divider: Hon. Allen Lewis, LLB. will Detailed discussions with and
paying company, that we will be; argue the appe hile Hon, Gar- frank oa Were OxpEeenee =
able in future to continue in that} net H. Gordon, O.B.E., will appear Dr Turner at the two-day talks
position. For the first time we/| for the respondent, which covered every important
have been able to allocate the! aspect of the Colonial Medical
inhe iol fg >1 Service here and at which the

substantial amount of £14,000 t Cav ‘ c \ we |
general reserve.” FOR STUDIES IN U.K. Federal Senior Medical Officer

ne ; a «Anat Was present.

Mr. Robinson said that the i ST. LUCIA, (By Mail) No direct requests are to be BECAUSE
company had not been able to; Two students left to further | made to the local Government, FE
complete its programme of _sur- enters o SARY. WER » one for _Nurs- however, as the B.M.A. in London YOu LOV
veying and prospecting. “This,”) 108 - otner for the novitiate of | will be having consultations with|
he said, “was wholly due to the) St. Joseph. Miss Ruth Butcher? the Colonial Office on the points| NICE THINGS
difficulty of finding properly Cites marie in nena be raised. Dr. Turner leaves to-day) §
| qualified men to carry out this; Vice proceeded to England to} gor gt. Lucia. | .
responsible work. However, with) Pursue studies in Nursing and WE are Showing
the assistance of Mr. Cochran, | — Patricia Riviere van 2 a t .
and the Colonial Development Trinidad to 6enter St. Josepn’s pe h Fine in
Corporation, we have now re-|Convent. Miss Butcher's brother, Strike For 15 the ,
cruited the necessary staff so gp who was also a former = : M ic AN
that the important work of| clerk in the Labour Department M | os A ER
prospecting can begin again.” here, is now doing Medicine at Minutes l'o Viourn | :

—B.U.P Howard University. U d Thi
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= = ee â„¢~
ss . “
oy . » £38,400 Grant ROME, Feb. 2. | by
Pagan Children
7 * Italy:s Communist-led General
BERLIN, Jan. 31. For Housing Labour Confederation today called | VAN RAALTE
Otto Nuschke, Christian Demo- 15-minute strike

CASTRIES (By Mail).
Housing in burnt out Castries
received further assistance from
he Mother Country today with
the announcement that the Secre-

cratic Deputy Premier of the
East German Republic, wrote to
Cardinal Von Preysing, Catholic!
Bishop of Berlin to-day that he





would “look into the situation} tary of State for the Colonies has
of the Catholic Church” in the} approved another grant of £38,400
Republic at the Cardinal’s re-| for housing in Castries, on condi-
quest. tion that a_ similar amount is

Cardinal Von Preysing said. in
a letter to Nuschke recently that
the fiberties of the Church
guaranteed. at Potsdam and in the |

raised by loan locally.

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as |



Eastern German Constitution DOMINICA, Feb 2

were not being respected Chil-| pat Rolie, Abbot Shillingford, BEATRICE HARRIS of Green SHOPPE
dren were being brought up iD) and Earnest Burton had a narrow | HiI) and Sonnie Matthew were

a “state of Godlessness” and the|escape when pleasure fishing, The] oth fined for assaulting and

Catholic Hierarachy were forbid-| boat went adrift and a shirt at beating Edgar Browne yesterday BROAD __ STREET.
den to distribute any religious|the end of an oar attracted a when they appeared before His

publications in the Soviet Zone,| passing schooner.—(C.P.). Worship Mr. H. A. Talma.

he said. Dominica Represented Harris was fined 10/- and 1/-|

Herr Nuschke answered that
he would consult with his fellow
Ministers on the subject, “as it
was of great importance’ and
promised to keep Cardinal Von
Preysing informed. —Reuter.

9

DOMINICA, Feb.

The Hon. Arthur Pemberton, a|

prominent planter, sailed for Ja-|

maica to represent Dominica at |

the ceremonies at the University
College.—(C.P.)



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| LUBECK, British Zone, Feb, 2.
German Police here have begun

KARACHI, Feb. | ;
A pickpocket stole “important | @ large scale man-hunt for a fugi-

9

ae hévear. é
papers” from the pocket of the|Uve 25-year-old German art
Aga Khan’s private secretary | Student suspected of one of the
today when a throng of people | Most sensational art thefts of this

century.

sressed round the Aga Khan and | ‘*; : ‘
pens TOWEL Wie Ae ’ 3 [The Police said that they be-

» Reour arrives f farar |
pew t ane ee lieved that he had stolen about
The Aga Khan ord his wife] 7000 art pieces by world famous
have been visiting India after an|â„¢#sters which were estimated to
absence of four years. }be worth several million marks.
He is spiritual head of Islam, | A few days before, the police had
a large community here ; confiscated in the student's former
ae . flat a second trunk said to contain

On Sunday, he told a reporter! (3. “. ~ ; ’
that he wou!d devote his millions| 185 works of Rembrandt.and Al

to research on medicine and | recht Duere
education. He said that he would} According to the British paper,
not replace the gems stolen from} the contents of the trunk found
his wife in Fifnce last reer a the Lubeck bank included 32
“One is much safer without! etchings and paintings by Rem-
jewelry”, he added. | branat, 45 by Duerer, 110 by the
—Reuter 18th century master Daniel Cho-
dowiecky, one by Raphael, two by
Tischbein, one by Hoibein and
ss ‘ several by other world famous

Leéwards Branch masters. —

The stolen pieces were believed
to belong to former collections of
irt galleries in Berlin and other
|G¢@eman cities,

The student is believed to have

B.M.A. Celebrates
Diamond Jubilee

to increased staff travelling ex-| Court of Appeal will be held in ST. JOHN’S (By Mail) fled to the United States with

penses caused by preparations for| Castries on Monday, February 6. FOUNDED in 1890, the Leeward |" valuable art pieces hated

installation of our new dredge! The Court will be constituted by Yelanda Branc the British | Neuter.
- ‘ ef) TY Slands Branch of € ritis

Medical Association has just cele-
brated its Diamond Jubilee with}
a series of discussions with Dr.
E. Gray Turner, Assistant Secre-
tary of the association who is|
visiting the West Indian branches |
on behalf of London headquarters.

It ended with a dinner at the
Beach Hotel on Tuesday evening

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ST. LUCIA, (By Mail)
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the appointment of a Forestry
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cent and St. Lucia. The sum of
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Published by The Advocsts Co. Ltd. 34 Broad St, Bridgetows

Friday, February 3, 1950





Too Many Fires

IT HAS been preached to the average
Barbadian in and out of season that it is
sheer folly to set fire to the sugar cane crop
in this island. It is true that some of these
fires are accidentally caused by careless
action; but there are occasionally circum-
stances which go to prove that tht hand
of the vandal was at work.

A few years ago as a result of dissatisfac-
tion over the wages to be paid to cane cut-
ters there was a series of fires to the cane
crop which cost this island a sum in the
vicinity of forty thousand pounds. It was a
most unhappy circumstance. Not only to

’ the economic loss but the rupture in other-
wise good relationships has never been
fully recovered; and if there was ever a
time when happy relationships were needed

2 between employers of labour and the work-

rae ing class, it is today. In fact it is only on

: unity of outlook, not only in Barbados but

throughout the British West Indies, that
there can be any hope for the futuse of





oy
West Indian sugar.
With an uncertain future it would be as
e well to get all-we can out of the crops in
i, order to sectire the greatest amount of

money even if prices are lower than is an-
ticipated. If the cangs are destroyed there
is less sugar and so less money to be cir-
culated. But between these two stages there
is a loss of employment for cane cutters,
labourers, lorry drivers, porters, lighter-
men and others who handle the sugar at
the port.

When the loss in these various avenues
of employment is carefully considered
they mount up to a colossal sum. There are
not as many fires as occurred two or three
years ago but there are still too many for
; comfort. There is a prevalent belief that a
few fires set at various points in the island
will hasten the beginning of the crop. Even
if this were true it is also true that it short-
ens the crop and so lessens employment.
This is another great disadvantage to which
the vandal exposes the other workers when
he sets fire to a field of canes.

It is not to be understood that all the
Hi fires occurring to canes in this island are
ia deliberately set; but even if they are caused
by carelessness the net result is the same.
That is the reason why the greatest care
should be exercised in the disposal of dying
matches and other inflammable material
in the neighbourhood of cane fields.



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Jamaican Follow Up

THE arrival of the Field Staff
Jamaica Agricultural Society to secure
first hand information of the agricultural
set-up in this island is yet another com-
pliment paid to us by the sister colony.

Last year an Agricultural Mission spon-
sored by the Jamaica Gleaner visited this
colony to find out what were the methods

of the

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employed whereby a small island with
65,000 arable acres could support approxi-
mately 200,000
produce food products at a cheaper rate
than another fourteen times the
size

The present visit of the Field Staff is
clearly the off-shoot of the first, and the
stage where the practical agriculturist
takes up the investigation in the wake of
the propagandist who has been able to
prove to the people of Jamaica that it is
worth while to copy our methods.

It must be repeated that visits such as
these are the clearest indication that the
West Indian Islands have much in common
and that they can benefit immensely from
the pooling of resources and ideas to the
common good of the entire Caribbean area.

It is to be hoped that the visitors as
guests of the Agricultural Department will
have the fullest opportunity of examining
with profit, the internal methods of our
agricultural production and administration,
and that this will be to the economic
benefit of Jamaica.

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Mr.
Miller at last Tuesday’s session of
| the House of Assembly, “Unless
this Resolution is passed, we are
denying the next generation the
| benefit of an education”. He re-
ferred, of course, to the Govern-
ment Resolution to meet the cur-
rent critical shortage of specialized
teachers prevalent in the Colony
by increasing the salaries and by
the granting of leave passages. As
several members pointed out, this
| shortage may be of only a tem-
porary nature, but the fact
| remains that unless something is
; done, and done quickly, to halt
the present exodus of teaching
| staff from this island, the educa-
tion of hundreds presently attend-
ing local schools and colleges is
going to be seriously menaced.
The Government argument, as
outlined by Mr. Grantley Adams,
is plain enough. Government has
been assured, by the Civil Ser-
vice Association, and by Educa-
tional bodies overseas, that leave
passages ere essential—even more
necessary than increased salaries
Government itself warmly sup-
ports these views. A schedule has
been drawn up of those Civil
| Servants to whom it is proposed
| to grant leave passages, and while
it was emphasised that this
schedule was open to alteration
at next Tuesday’s meeting of the
| House, it was in itself quite suffi-
| cient to thoroughly deter the
| entire members on the Opposition
| side from giving support. The
Opposition made it clear that it
was not against the granting of
leave passages, but was against
the granting on such a wide-
were listed on the proposed
schedule, which, in the Opposi-
tion’s opinion was far too high.
Mr. Adams explained that the
list was open to amendment, but
Government was gravely concern-
ed with the educational crisis, and
| that while teachers were not
| Civil Servants (although it had
| been considered regarding them as
j such) it was not possible to vote
| for the increase in salaries of
teachers and not support the leave

passages for both teachers and
approved members of the Civil
Service—the two went together.
In one of the longest speeches I
have heard in the House, Mr.
| Crawford stressed his point that
Barbados simply could not afford
to grant leave passages, having,
| unlike British Guiana and Trini-
dad, to rely entirely on sugar for
its resources (he did not mention
tourism or the possibility of oil)
and the sugar situation could not
be regarded as stable for much











From Our Own Correspondent)
TWO months ago, Princess
| Elizabeth, heir to the throne, and |
h sister Princess Margaret, sat
ttentivel) one of London's
most exclusive clubs as they

listened to a tall, smiling young
man from Trinidad singing one of
the calypsoes for which his island
| ig famous.
That man was Aldwin Roberts,
better known as “Lord Kitchener,”

| who. in 1946, won the coveted
title “King Calypso of Trinidad.”
In 18 months in England Kitch has
I ich to popularise calypso



and to-day he is regarded
f the foremost entertainers
1 n’s famous clubland.

His story is wo th recalling. It
was at the end of 1948 that 27-
year-old Lord Kitechener—“I have
led by this name so long,
almost given up using

Roberts” — arrived nm
1, determined to popularise








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lypsoes with the British Public.

Since then calypso singing has
| become an accepted part of nigbt-
club entertainment, and to Lord
Kitchener, the pioneer who s¢t
forth from .Trinidad, much of
| the credit is due,
His first engagement was at the
‘Antilles’ Club, where the patrons
‘wee amused and delighted to
have songs made up about them.
| For Kitch (as a true Trinidad
|calypsoian) invents his own
calypsoes on the spur of the mo-
ment. This, he confesses, some-
‘times means taking liberties with
the English language, and twist-
ing the pronunciation of a word
to suit his own purpose. But that,
of course, is part of the fascina-
tion of calypso singing; for one
never quite knows what is coming
next. Not only does he think up
his own lyrics—he also composes
the tune as he goes along. Twa
of his latest compositions are “I
the

Can’t Stand the Cold in
Winter,” and “London Is the Place
for Me.”

Kitch was born in Arima,

Trinidad. Even in his very early
schooldays he was interested in
music—in fact he was quite ‘often
ig trouble with his schoolteacher
ior imitating the strumming of a

guitar in class.









minutes out of a day than what

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Storms and Hurricane Lanterns

By Lee Wade

longer. “The schedule”, exclaimed
the junior me.nber for St. Philip,
“ealis for the Assistant Matron
of the hospital, which postt-on any
capable nurse could fill, to receive
£600 after four years service for
leave in Fngland. Are we going
mad?”. Mr. Crawford stated that
it appeared that Government was
striving to appease a few English
officers, presumably through a
feeling of obligation, and that if
the schedule was approved es *
stood, every Government servant
would be entitled to leave pas-
sages, together with their wives.
“Seldom,” he concluded, “have I
heard such a fantastic proposal
put before this House”. An un-
fortunate scene, which, however,
was not without humour, occurred
during the course of Mr. Craw-
ford’s lengthy oratory. Referring
to the House, he made the state-
ment “parrots get up in here and
say—”". The strained relations
between the junior member for
St. Philip and Trade Union Secre-
tary F. L. Walcott became openly
apparent when the latter de-
manded a withdrawal of the word
“parrot”. Despite the efforts of
Mr. Adams, and the requests of
Chairman Smith for order, Messrs
Walcott and Crawford snarled and
glared at each other for some
moments—had they been c!o:er I
think anything might have hap-
pened. Mr. Crawford refused
the request of the Chairman to
withdraw his remark, and Mx.
Smith left the Chair. Mr. Wal-
cott, finally, “to avoid embarras-

sing my colleagues,” withdrew his

objection. Lunch at 2 p.m., pro-
vided a welcome respite. After
lunch, Mr. Mottley, not so dy-
namic as usual, voiced the opin-
ion that a temporary errange-
ment could perhaps be arrived
at in the matter of teachers. It
was Mr. Keith Walcott, with
three sons at Lodge School, who
gave some idea of the predica-
ment which exists at the mo-
ment. Boys at Lodge have been
obliged tc study physics at Har-
rison College. There is a science
laboratory — but no equipment,
although same has been on order
for over a year. The shortage of
teachers exists not only here, but
in the United Kingdom itself. In-
dustry has absorbed many who
would otherwise be instructors in
science, mathematics and other
fields. The situation, as outlined
by Mr. Reece, is that the Oppo-
sition side of the House are not
against leave passages, but are
against those proposed on the



The Calypso Comes to Britain

Lord Kitchener Sings “London Is The Place For Me™



LORD KITCHENER.

schedule. An exasperated Mr
Adams, at least four times, ex-
plained that the said schedule}

cculd be amended next week. but) Party has presented us
election
between Toryism ,and Socialism,
‘of whom millions of people were very un-)
a choice which has sent us further

to one extreme or another than is good for).
‘he nation, and which has exacerbated our |!
golitical divisions. :
marks by Mr. Wilkinson, he €X-| Now the Liberals are m
| come-back. They have had to make an ex-|
emely difficult choice.

They had to decide either to fi
where or to concentrate on the

increases in salary could rot be)
voted for, and leave passages
voted against. He even directe..
members to vote a definite “No’
to the Resolution if they were ne.)
in favour of leave passages. 1%
was not a good day for the Lead-|
er of the House—his patience}
was sorely tried. Replying to re-|

~

postulated’ that he was surprised
to hear such from the Honourable
member “who has more intell -
gence than- his colleagues.)
This brought the alert forme: }
Attorney-General to his feet with |
a protest against the insinuation,|

_and the statement was changed|

to “who has as much intelligence
as his colleagues.” The only t-me

Mr. Adams really looked happ)

was when he rebuked members
for reading newspapers durin:

debates.

As several members pointea
out, many young West indians
are now studying abroad, and, 21.
time, they may greatly, if not en-
tirely, ease the situation. But
specialists, particularly in science.
are urgently required now, anit |
they are not going to come +t
Barbados if they can obtain bet-

c’imate here, it is true, might in-
duce some to settle for lower
salaries, but, to use an expres-
sion frequently heard in the House,
“human nature being what it is”,
cash is usually a greater induce-
ment than climate.

The Barbados Electric Com-
pany came in for some strong
criticism, * but, in spite of the
general annoyance, there may_ be
many who share the views of Mr.
Ward that the fault does not lay
with the company authorittes.
The company, certainly, were not
to blame for the faults in th
machinery imported recently fron
the U.K., but a statement as 1
why the remaining machines
which have been installed for
some time, were permitted .o
sink into such an unsatisfactory
condition, might help to clear the
air. Most decidedly the “black-
outs”, with island hotels full of
tourists, could not have come at
a more unfortunate time. If sugar
ceases to be the bread-winner of
former years, and oil is not found
in sufficient quantity, all that re-
mains is the development of the
tourist traffic. We must guide
tourists to Barbados — but we
won't do it with hurricane lan-
terns.





general

happy,

| tr

prospect of seeing a large number of Tories
and Socialists returned on a minority vote
because of the effect of a third Liberal can-
didature.

t

party capable of providing an alternative
Government—a very damaging thing for
such candidates as they did decide to run.

and are to fight some hundreds of seats. How
ter terms elsewhere. The healthy} wil] they fare?

sentiments which are strong in Britain today.
First, a great deal of Liberalism survives.
Second, there is a large body of opinion which
does not want the country to be carried far-

t

afraid of a reversion to the lethargy and in-
adequacy which marked Conservative Gov-
ernments in the inter-war years.

i

women who look with very doubtfuleyes on
the prospect of either a Socialist or a Tory
victory.

suaded that the Liberal Party had a chance, a
real chance, in this election, the result might
well be spectacular. There might be a big
Liberal revival.

reluctant to throw away its votes on candi-

success. That, for the Liberals, is the crucial
issue.

Caesar or nothing.



established singers and ask for a
trial. it was Calypso Seaso.,
1944, and Lord Kitchener macs
his debut with a song called
“Mary, I am Tired and Disgusted,
Don’t Boil Any More Green Fiss
for my Breakfast.” The songs
(and Kitch) scored a great hits
He completed the season on a ris
ing wave of. popularity.

Once established, he was in
great demand. He sang for Presi-~

dent Truman when he visited
Cumuto Base, on the island.
Among others he entertained

were former world heavyweight
boxer, Joe Louis, and film star
George Raft. He also sang at Gov-
ernment House, Trinidad.

By the time 1946 came along
Lord Kitchener had gained the
coveted title “King Calypso c!
Trinidad.” It was then his thoughts
turned to Britain—and the mil-
lions who had never even heard
calypso—“a ready-made public
just waiting to be educated.”

And so Lord Kitchener arrived

The passion for calypso grew at last in England to introduce the

up with him. After leaving
school, he went to Port-of-Spain
and entered his father’s trade,
that of blacksmith. But all th
time half-formed songs and lyric
kept running through his mind,
and the calypso was never faif
from his thoughts t

In 1938 Kitch entered his firs}
Calypso Competition at his home
town, Arima, and after winning
il, thought he was good enough
to meet the big calypso singers
on their own ground. His first
professional appearance in Port-
of-Spain was at the Royal Thea-
tre, where he was an instant suc-
cess. This gave him fresh inspir-
ation, and at last he plucked up
enough courage to approach the







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Court of Ordinary at 11.00

a.m.
Police Band at St. Philip's
School at 4.30 p.m.
Mobile Cinema, Warners
Pasture, Christ Church at
7.30 p.m,



not the type of the wrongly placed



strange rhythm of the calypso.
He has achieved considerable suc-
cess and has worked in a number
of different night-clubs, althouga
he says rather sadly, that he has
to “tone down” his songs som¢-
what, in order that English people
can understand them.

He has recently composed a
calypso which Adelaide Hall sings
in the film “Night and the City”,
and at present is busily engaged
in making recordings for H.M.V

Lord Kitchener is quite happy in
England, but he admits he would
like to return to Trinidad some-
time “Just to show them that 1
am doing the job D set out to do—
popularising calypso in Britain.”

His ambitior. for the future—to
keep on singing calypsoes, and
“maybe to grow rich through my
singing.”

He had this to say about
the future of calypso in England:
—“The English people are catch-
ing on to calypso very gradually.
I think that in about a year’s time
people will really begin to under-
stand what it is all about. Mean-
time I am working very hard ta
make people all over Britain un-

derstand and love the songs of| are millions who would not care greatly tc,

my country.”









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very poorly. For them it is a case of either

BALANCE OF POWER

THERE cannot, I conceive, be any real
alternative to make or break this time. And
whether it will be make or break depends
upon the estimate which public opinion forms
as to the prospects of Liberal candidates.

If the surviving Liberalism of the country,
or that frame of mind which dreads the
alternatives of Socialism or Conservatism, |
thinks that the Liberal Party has no chance, |
then the alternative dreaded the less, as}|
between Socialism and Conservatism, will be
chosen, and the Liberal Party will fade from
the scene. |

There is, however, another possibility in
which some believe. If the election result is
close, as between Socialists and Conserv-
atives, it is possible that even a small Liberal
Parliamentary Party might hold the balance
of power in the new Parliament.

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IF the balancing power were wisely exer-
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alive, and events might provide the oppor-
tunity for further attempts to win the coun-
try back to what was once a great historic
party.

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only one argument against them Lodge School V. WALKER oar ohie the blind yi re seeeion of this sort requires pest. but rather, let oe only eight names were mentiones JUICES: . (5) Flavours
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bados cannot afford to spend any February 2, 1949 more streets. The Labour Gov- enough for this body to ask f of them by those who receive the was omitted. In f bees ete oO GE JUICE iS
more on education than she is at Road Safety ernment during its years of careful driving when there cee taxes. ss : I. V.B. gentleman his ions deomaa the FIG
present spending. That being so, SIR,—It is tr ay power have begun widening high- be the érection of signs telling Co-Education At The been mentiond. have STRONG MINTS PRUNES
Tae cee’ cut ber suit to Ot hee dos ~ ey . that in Barba- ways, which, probably due to so drivers of the approach of a College Tee Bet Re ROACH BARLEY SUGAR CUSTARD POWDER —
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yesterday
b Was Bright

























E BRIGHTEST day since
+. working week began, was
eS n the City yesterday
gpinnessec throughout the day and
: shomty after 4.00 p.m., when
Cana their way home,
y clerks ti dark cloud could ke
ro jn the sky Hil ee a
nS ejierxs stijl brougn
ks and umbrellas—just
were not

URING

only three parishes got rain

* the night and up to_
Da yesterday morning rain
pelo ery parish.

â„¢ wer Pe was that in both
pcone™™ and St. Philip, 47

2a The Sta-

» night
fell at the nig ' Ore
: i vi > :
“tion Hi jistrict also recoraec 7 |

De of this 2 parts fell dur- |
rm.

5 day. ae eases l
‘7 ae rainfall returns were: City |

Station Hill District 47
a mst. George 74 parts, St..|
47 parts, St. Thomas 26 |
os st Peter 44 parts, St Jos-
. ie arts, St. James 37 parts, |
F Ey 99 parts, St. John 43
‘tc and St. Andrew 15 parts








QNSTABLES had a laugh at

ga Sentry on duty at the



: of the Central Police
“ esterday .
pe commissioner's car, which



sable was driving, $!
apie the gate. Tne Sen-
By saw the number M.489, and, j
F course, eame smartly to atten-
before Presenting Arms. ei
Glancing inside the car he dis- |
ed that it was only a Con-/





the day on Wednesday |



.

1950

| Chief Judge
Allows Appeal

Tells Wife Bring Fresh Case





POINTING out that the Court
was concerned with a point of law
only and not with the merits of
the case, His Honour the Chief

Judge, Sir Allan Collymore, in the
Court of Error yesterday allowed
the appeal of Colvin Clarke of
Sugar Hill, St. Joseph,, against

decision of the Assistant Court of
|Appeal. This Court had ordered
Clarke to pay 5/- a week in sup-
port of his wite, instead of 3/- a
week as he was ordered to do in

6
{April 1947 by a Police Magistrate.

| The Chief Judge found that an

jincome, since the original order
was made, had not been proved.
}He observed, however, that the
amount ordered was ridiculously
low, and advised the wife, Clarice
Clarke, to seek legal advice and
bring a fresh case if there was
proper evidence.

presented by Mr. J. E. T. Branck+
er, instructed by Messrs Year-

| wood & Boyce.

The Chief Judge giving his de-
cision said: —
Decision

“This appeal arises out of a
complaint brought by the re-
spondent under Section 3 of the
Married Women’s Act, seeking
an increase of alimony. The
case was tried by the Police
Magistrate and there was an
appeal to the Assistant Court of
Appeal which Court confirmed
the Magistrate’s decision in-



and not the Commissioner












A smile he shuffled c |

! a ise soa Bator : "Ot dering
ms, |
INQUIRIES made yesterday |
disclosed that the large um-=|

ila, ete Const c wi oe

oi Te wear the Nelson Statue, |

ae not made locally but was im-|

ed from England through}
ssrs, Cave Shepherd : |
it is only the box which holds |
umbrella in position—that)|
made by Cpl Byer,” Colonel
7, Michelin, Commis ioner of |
lie, told the “Advocate” yes-|
day. |



e Commissioner said that to}
fout which is tne better of the


















S shelters, he will allow the
brelia to remain at its present
ition for about two months. In

way he will see how it stands |
to the weather.
fave never seen these shel-
in any other part of the}
id, but 1 believe they are used |
Rome,’ the Commissioner said

He said that what is more the
brella type may prove suitable
places where the hooded type
d not work, and in this case
w both would be put into gen-|
it use.

COMMISSIONER of
lice, Col. R. T. Michelin,
mis to start a large campaign}
the prevention of cruelty to
mals and he wants the general
bic 10 CO-Oper

Pn.
Po-|





told the ‘ vocate” yester-

W that he would be very glad}
seeing horse drawn|
overloaded, or any other}
Hiy to an animal, would re- |





f it immediately

|
E SGT. MAJOR SIMMONS!
has been placed in charge of |
No. 4 in the country, Sgt. |
bor Franklyn has taken his
’ at the Harbour Police Sta-|
i.
. Springer, who is now act-|
Sgt. Major, is performing

Major's Franklyn’s duties.



|































ME LOSS of $47.50 in cash
Was reported by Marcel
Rerie of White Park Road. He

that the money was taken
his residence at the above

ms between 6.15 p.m. and
‘p.m. on Tuesday.

REEF PAVILION is
Meatly completed and two]

Htennis courts are now being |
red.

BH. A. Tudor, Churchwar- |
told the “Advocate” yester-
Mhat he is now completing the
leading to ihe Pavilion and
mainting will be finished next



Said that the Playing Fields
mittee will then deciae ways
S$ Of running the grounds
Wilion and the opening date
announced »

land bar of the Pavilion
mec With florescent lighting

ACCIDENT

occurred on}
Broad Street, near Prince |
m Henry Street, at about!

BM. on Wednesday between |
Car G.212, owned by Mr
of Windsor Plantation and
Winstone Crawford of
address, and another car,

x Cross Road

routine, whereby readers
old tards issued three years
eve their addre ses, as re-
e en their curds, carefully

estered §=burrowers will
Seah borrower's cards
ee pone Ol re-registration |
Sere Index as to the
fe ive” borrowers regis-
es to bring the Lib-










ine Sports







creasing the _ original order
which had been made in April,
1947, from 3/- a week to 5/- a

week. The matter now comes
before this Court on a point of
law only

says that an increase
under circumstances
such as those before the Court
may be made if the wife seek-
ing such an increase proves that

The Act
in alimony



the husband's income has in-
creased in amount since the
original order, or that her

means have decreased and that
she is in a worse position than
she was in before.

The Magistrate as I said, in-

creased the amount from 3/- to |
5/- a week, and the Court of'

Appeal giving judgment, said in |
confirming the Magistrate’s de-
cision: “We have been influ- |
enced partly by the fact that |
one child of the marriage who }
stays with the appellant is now
of working age, and partly by |
the fact that although the |

pellant’s income from his trade
as a carpenter is now roughly
the same was when the
order was made, his true fin-
ancial position, including his
house and land does not |

as it

to have been before the Court.”
No Proof

On that point, bearing in
mind what the Act says about
means increasing in amount, it
is impossible for this Court to
say whether at the original
hearing or even in this case
evidence as to property was be- {
fore the Magistrate. However,
I agree with Mr. Brancker’s
submission that there is no
proof of an increase in means
and that there is no fresh evi-
dence before the Court on that.
In consequence, although this
case was tried by the same
magistrate who made the orig-
inal order in 1947, the appeal
will have to be allowed.

This Court, as I have re-
marked before, is not concerned
with the merits of the case. But
I may be pardoned for observ-
ing that the amount ordered in
this case is to my mind as ri-
diculously low as are some of
the fines imposed by magistrates
in certain cases. One would
have thought that at least 10/-
a week for a man earning $2.00
a day and possessing land and
property, would not be exces-
sive for him to pay in support
of a wife and child, because as
the matter stands, it is his duty
to support his wife and child
just as much as to support his
mother and the other children.”

Speaking to the respondent
the Chief Judge said: “My ad-
vice to you is to go and see a
lawyer and bring a fresh case
if there is proper evidence. The
appeal must be allowed, the
Chief Judge ended. The com-
plaint is dismissed without pre-
judice and as the point was not
taken in either of the Courts be-
low, there will be no order as
to costs.”

Reef Gets
A Pathway



Owned by Mr. D. V A PATHWAY leading from
Mt “Sherbourne,” Two Mile] the Reef Pavilion to the nmiain
driven by Daryl Hill of | "ad is now under construction

Both cars| at the Reef grounds

tly damaged The levelling of the out field
"7 is progressing and water hoses
ISTRATION of bor-| are in regular use in assisting
ewers begins at the Public] the growth of grass on many
today. This j a regular] arid patches.

Meanwhile the bottom flooring

of the pavilion is being laid and
the
installed.

two lavatories have been

400 Tous Metal

Goes to Puerto Rico

LOADED with 250 tons of scrap





c., -P-to-date in so far bers
pd addr are concern-| iron and 150 tons of copper for
Puerto Rico, the motor vessel

HARVESy “Arocosta” sailed from Bridge-

E EST FESTIVAL| town yesterday evening. :
place on Sunda; last at On the way to Puerto Rico, in|
: Pa Church, Thera| Will make stops at Vieux Fort, St. |

ens iciency in the} Lucia, and Martinique. It is ex~
compared | pected to load more scrap iron at
the canes ex-| Vieux Fort.

better than} Under Captain Lewis, the “Aro-
| costa” arrived here on January 9

| It has spent fully 24 days here dis-

MEETING of|charging and._ loading cargo

cat] Messrs. Gittens, Croney are agents

10/- FINE



|increase in the amount of Clarke’s |

Clarice Clarke appeared in per-
son, while Colvin Clarke was re- |



*

a
ABO\ E 18 SEEN (top picture) the
Commander W. R.'M. Wynne, R.N. (Ret’d), late Harbour
sea yesterday with full military honours,
of the Baggage Warehouse into the launch
Connell and Mr. Harold Bancroft.
sounding the “Last Post”
shows the wreaths on the
and was buried at sea.

which is customary with military
waters of the ocean.

| Obituary:

Construction a
Staff Arrive

For New Runway |

The death of Commander
W. R. M. Wynne M.B.E., re-
tired Harbour & Shipping Master

Two Engineers of Messrs J, N.| Occurred at his residence Chel-
Harriman and (Co. Mr. Tom} Wood, Two Mile Hill on Wednes-
Springer and Mr. Fred Ferreira,| 4a¥ afternoon. He was in his
ulong with twelve skilled work-| Sixty fifth year,

nen, mainly mechanics shovel Walter Robert Morant Wynne

came to Barbados in 1928 to suc-

ind tractor operators, arrived late





yesterday evening by a Special ceed Commander C. C. Dix
flight of B.W.LA. from Trinidad. | C-M-G., a popular figure who

ae had seen action at Gallipoli in

They have come up to unload} charge of a landing party. The
the chartered ship “Caracas ointments from the ranks of
which is due to arrive here today.| yal Navy Reserve began with
bringing the heavy equipment] Commander Dix when the new
which will be used in the con- policy was introduced whereby
struction of “the new runway at| laymen were debarred from fill-

Seawell.

; ing the office. In contrast to his
Also arriving to-day are Mr.

predecessor in office Com. Wynne



Bill Robinson, who is in charge of} was quiet and reserved but no

the construction and Mr, Bill Ben-| less efficient.
nett, Engineer in charge of Harri- He was already acquainted
man’s construction Dept. | with charts and compass but it
They expect to have the equip-| was the ways of sailors in the
ment ready for use at Seawell in} Caribbean that he set’ himself
‘two or three days unless unfor-| the task to learn. This he dia
seen circumstances hinder the un-| in a short time and with few
loading of the ship. | words as possible made himself
thoroughly understood by all who
had business at the Harbour &

. Shipping Master’s

A Toucan His allegiance to duty was

built on the tradition of the Roya]
Navy and neither a frail
physique nor failing health could

For Luck



deter him. For this he was
BRITISH GUIANA cricketers awarded the Membership in the

have a toucan for a mascot which | Order of ee —_ re .
the present team now touring He retired & sew months aey
Barbados have brought along with| ding his last look-out at the
them. F mast head with the arrival of
. . the new Governor. His death

Mr, C. L. C. Bourne, Manage : ;

C. Bourne, Manager of has come after a lingering illness

the team told the “Advocate” yes-

terday that the idea came to him] ®* the age of sixty five leaving
that they should have a mascot] 2 S%rowing widow to mourn her
and he thought that a typical or] /0SS- To her and other _mem-
very attractive British Guiana} bers of his family the Advocate
bird would suit the purpose. tenders deepest sympathy,

With the help of, the Hon’ble
Vincent Roth, Curator of the Brit-
ish Guiana Museum, he was able
to secure a toucan,

The impression of the bird is
well known as it appears on the



Electricity Cuts
Jump Lamp Sales

British Guiana currency notes
and where cricket is concerned, it THE continuous electricity cuts
means that they are legal tenderg have boosted the sales of lamps,
for good sport. lanterns and torch lights at the
The toucan or bill bird is the{ various hardware shops Lan-
largest if not the most gorgeous of, term and lamp sellers told the
the nine species of toucan found | ‘Advocate” yesterday that there
in British Guiana. It is not in- | has been a decided jump in their
digenous to that colony, as it is}sales since the cuts began some
well known in the South Ameri- | two weeks ago
can jungle. Many people depended purely
m electricity and were caught
Weather Cock aapping when the breakdown oc-
The Indians in British Guiana}pyrred at the Electric Compan

allege it to be a reliable baromete:
as it always utters its whistling
call just before the rain. Its great
bill is of a rich orange colour with
an ovid black patch at the tip. Al-
though a shy and difficult bird to
approach, it becomes very tame
in captivity.

A few more oil stoves than usual
are also being sold. These will
be used as a temporary replace-
ment of electricity stoves
Though the lantern sellers
not crowded by buyers, a steady
sale is going ahead. There is an

are

Jamaica is the only other West }®verage supply of chimneys and
Indian Island known to have aj!amps and therefore people are
mascot. It is a stuffed crocodile }having no difficulty in securing |
which is at present in Trinidad | these.
with the Jamaica team. Another seller who has not

; found the electric cuts any dis-

advantage is the kerosene oil |

“ee . Pry dealer. One dealer said that he |
Sunshine R sold about 10 per cent more oil

= during the last week than during
M4 ; a normal week of good electric
Brings 400 Fish = |)p0"â„¢

A SHIPMENT of 13,743 pieces
of pine lumber from Halifax ar-



and obtainable from
eiqueen” with over 000 bags of H. JASON JONES & Co.,Ltd.—tower sroad s
chun Ov. @&2S SSS S@e8pepeeeeuesese ese |





crowd that lined the wharf to see the last rites

Com. Wynne M.B-E. Here To Stud














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}of each area, and acted

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE



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performed for

al Master, Barbados, when he was iried
Middle picture shows the coffin being
i Among pall-bearers were Sir Allan Collymore, Mr
Picture at } shows poli in Rais

cture at bottom left shows police buglers led by Captain Raison
funerals,
Commander Wynne was a seaman. he

borne down thi

o€

and picture at

bottor rignt
loved the sea,



3 Jamaicans
y
Agriculture

THE three me
Staff of the J a
Society now visiting
here as the result of a scholarship
paid for by Colonial Development







Jarbados are

and Welfare, Mr. C..V. Atkinson
one of the trio, told the Advo-
cate“ yesterday. The other two
are Mr. C. H. Valentine and Mi

A. W. Campbell,

Purpose of the scholarship is to
enable members of the Agricul-
tural Society to see the
agriculturally speaking, of some of
the other islands in the area, to
compare it with that of Jamaica,
and to see how they could benefit
by such observation and compari-
son,

They have already visited Trini-
dad, from which island they flew
to Barbados. They paid a visit to

the Central Livestock Station at
the Pine yesterday,
Impressed
Mr. Atkinson said they were
impressed with the work being

done on cocoa in Trinidad and the
work being done with goats. They
were a bit disappointed, however,
with regard to peasant agricul-
ture, of which they saw very little.
Trinidad seemed to have plenty of
waste land, he said, whereas in
Jamaica there were many peasant
holdings.

It was too early to make any
comments on Barbados, since they
had only arrived the day before.

Mr. Atkinson is Branch Organi-
er of the Society, and as
responsible for its branch work
including Co-operative

uch

Explaining the differenc
tween the Jamaica set-up and that
of Barbados, Mr, Atkinson said
that in Jamaica the Department of
Agriculture was concerned
with scientific research
actual field work was done by
Extension Service on
formation passed therm
the Department.

be-

only

the
based n-

on to

Mr. Valentine is Supervisor of
Agricultural Instructors. There
were about five or six such in-
structors under him belonging to

the Extension Service, Mr. Atkin
son said, In Jamaica there was a
Director of Agriculture, and unde

him were three Deputy Directors |

a Director
Extension
Service.

of Research, one of
and one of Veterinary

Specialists

Along with these office:

were specialist officers, and im-
mediately below them were senior
agricultural officers, each of which
was in charge of one of the four
divisions into which the island



was divided. Such an officer had
junior officers under him.

The Supervisor worked in cone
junction with thé senior officers
sort
Research

asa
of liaison between the
and Extension Services.

Mr. Atkinson, Mr. Valentine and
Mr. Campbell will be returning to

| Jamaica next Thursday.



ADJOURNS INQUIRY

THE inquiry into the death of

rived in the island westerday by Z T.B. CASES REPORTED ll-year-old St. Giles scho 1b "y
the “Alcoa Patriot”. This vessel Trevor Jordan of Bush Hall |
also brought supplies of poultry Two cases of Enteric Fever and| which was to have been held and
feed, auto parts, rubber tyres,|seven of Tuberculosis were noti- | conducted yesterday by Mr, E. A
paper bags, pickled meat and a|fied for the month of January,| MeLeod Coroner of District A
box of machinery. Messrs. Dajeccording to the report of the| has been: adjourned unti] Febru-
Costa & Co.,, Ltd., are agents. Chief Medical Officer ary 8.

Also arriving here with cargo; ee za
!'were the schooners “Lucille M. | ane
Smith”, “Sunshine R.” and “Bel-
ari PIGEON CHOW

The “Lucille M. Smith’s” carg
of 1,000 bags of rice, charcoal and
firewood came from British Gui-
ana. Messrs. Robert Thom Ltd., }
are. this vessel's agents The
| “Sunshine Rn.” consigned to}

M Barbados Import & Export | i 7
ught tch of over 400 || two of Purina's best

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set-up, |



rhe }

by |

“Italia” Brings
233 Tourists |

With flags A
vith flags flying trom mainmast

and from foremast to |
luxury liner “Italia” |
into port yesterday morn- |
brought 233 tourists to |

fern

the



Jarvados i

hese visitors were evidently in |
1 good mood for spending. They |
store after store securing |
articles of clothing and |

isited
various

urlos

Throughout the day, they were

seen going back to the ship by
launch carrying in their hands
parcels and bags all filled with

goods. Two ladies were seen hust- |
ling up Broad Street, each with |
bout four bolts of cloth that thew]
had purchased from local
lealer,
There

just



a
was not much need
the “Information Bureau” set up
by the Police as the Publicity
Committee could easily deal with
the number of tourists.

for

Country Tour

The usual country tour organ-
sed by Mr. Parravicino was
taken. Sea bathing, taxi rides and
taking of photographs, were some
of the activities of the visitors

The “Italia” is the third tour-
ist ship as yet to call here this
year. It is expected to make a
return trip on February 23 when

it will be on a similar cruise. It f
sailed last night for La Guaira
from where it will be sailing fon
Curacao, Jamaica, Havana and
then back to New York.

Formerly as passenger ship
“Kungsholm”, operating on the

Swedish-American line, the ‘Italia’
made pre-war trips to Barbados
It was taken over by the Hcme











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Loon! opens are Messrs. Da ( stout gauges, suitable for Fish Pots, Fowl
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poun and it is understood
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rine at 59 cma sah h : including .
unreasonable ‘ . y . . . I o
Be cate tee: Sa pe W.C. PANS, WASH BASINS, BIDET PANS,
factory has added Vitamins A .

| D to their margarine

he venture
to say its nutritional value
| high or higher than table butter

| This Jocally made margarine









| being manufactured under an en-
tirely new process, It is m'x
ture of fats; and milk to whic} ¥
cultures ave been added to vel@
the margarine a similar flavour tol Q
butter %
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5 Y { 12
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(Barbados Advocate, February

3, 1925) |

MR. C. M. MORALES’ IMPRES- |
SION ON THE TOUR

On Saturday a Reporter of |
\cvocate”’ interviewed M1 4
M. Morales, vice-Captain of. the
Jamaica Cricket Team, and
fatter gave his impressions on
tour as follows:—“We are
glad indeed that we made the
; and we have enjoyed it ver
much. What struck us most of al
}
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vers
trip

the keen interest
nthusiasm disp] ayed by the pub

Barbados

1s
ri

iC ot

$5 in cricket Wi

have been
th the
only Dy
pel

in contact

very
Kindness

nuch plea
shown us

ir cricketers but b

|
taken ana} |
1
i
|

every on With whom we
I think this i
time any of us have come
and we are very much taken up
with the beautiful Scenery of
48 well as with the cul-
Ihe people seem to be
industrious and they seem
make the most of what they

if Personally, I feel
j 1 nave seen in

there is more of
| Spirit here, The people seem lo |
be more together than is our |
experience in Jamaica. Barbados |
Sa fine country in which
play cricket and we enjoyed
immensely. As a team | think |
we have done much better than |
was expected of us, and the tour |
has done a lot of good It will |
bring the two countries together
o that we can know more f ea

> the first

here

Barbados

\ tivation

have
from what
Barbados

the national



to|#
|

it |

j

other We hope to weleo e i
Barbados team in Jamaica yme-
time next year. It is a fine tt ing |
p , Sail une |

| for West Indian c icket, this}

| playing together; but unfortun- |
| ately we, in Jamaica, are so far |
away from the other isl; nds that |
we do not get the chance to p ay |
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CES furni Section w oa :
puBLic NOTI Super bathe eee Servant Rooms Ext hibition, %. ba'e Hel! Cate it was considered that the de- IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION
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Bureau, Press, Vanity Table wit! »| holder of Li j ] - : : ; 2 ; '
€ ni My SS, ¥_ Table with Triple der of Liquor Licens. Ni. 269 of 195¢ Mabel Parkinson, Lionel Lewis, Maric Mrs. Florence Daysh, Mr. Syaney : i
: Sprinen me lee, Patsieads Simmons punted S him in respect of a bor Lewis, Donna Lewis, Kéenneth Lewis. vere, Mia. Renfiete Sittvce, |
P = CRE SE RCOUR e Sa 8, all in Mahogany, Blue| @nd shingle shop atta cthed to resi si it rh . Jessie Fitzsi n, Har- For St. Kitts:
yo aera her residence ou RT Painted Press and Dressing Table, Enam | at Deirhton's Road, ‘St. i f LOST riette uno Beatrice "yawkins Mr. Emelie Webster, M I | |
8 ly , Permission to use said Liay | Virginia Latouche, J. Robinson, Lind’ wii oT re eee
Dsle’ Country } Top Cunboard, — Cabinet Perfection oi)| at a board 3 1 - mA , it) oe |
late resi “ied vee a fon aes and shingle > ned t EARRING—R ¥ Austin, John Corbin, Arthun _ Sm
today ‘for St, Mary's Church Ce bet conan Veale keener nee areaen an Chris | of long cut Steel Earring t. oa ieonry Lord, Mary Lord, Vernon Schroe- |
F : race (daughter-in-] «a ord : baer, atertess | Chunre! ’ r strict “A” lat: + : we e lye Reeser, }
Bi Gee «in fate mone, Greta Conke~ Kitehen Cabinet, Elec! Hot Pl Tivted this 2nd oar of February 1950. | Teme, SR; SB. Sais 22 80t f.n oe a °
é =" to ndchildren) os i pee Iron, Step Ladder also 1 pair! To F. A. MeLEoOD, Fsq., P ns aoe From St, Lucia;
hice 2.250—1n.| Shonen eage,aue Sf mucem | Police Aagieaie: ita ae setae Sree: ae
Ba fini, cee . . CiOCK Signe ‘ | Isbourne, Alexander Kerr, Myrtle Kerr
r Cams Cath. | BRANKER, ere ee ade Applicant | WANTED Muriel Bailey, James mills, eer NEWS FLASH!
‘ ' 3.2.5) 4 “This application will bh en THis, Louie, Degazon, ierre Maffei °
IN MEMORIAM sidered at a Licensing Court to he h Venuel Carry, Gary Turner, Julian Beau-
SS a Bice Court, Distrior “A”, on Mondn | H ‘rum
a the 13th day of February 1950 at 1° 7ro itish Guiana:
REAL ESTATE c'clock, a.m P ELP ‘Gevles. Cimnaahe, Charles Bourne JU \
OT , —_—_—_—_——— r ~ ; 2 t q es Ds
SAGRED to the memory of JOSEPHINE HOUSE: One Matwle a ake R.A. Mct ROD PAYING GUEST: In a quiet, private} Robert Christiani, Bruce Pairaudeay NT OPENED
SKBENE who passed away on Pebruary}| ig x 19 x 9 en ne Y eee Police Magistrate, Dist a home, one or two paying Guest. Rate:
od 1M 4 James Street. Phone 4523 pa 3.2.50 Moderate, Dial 3356. 2.2.50—t.f.n. 7 “ifford McWatt, Norman Wight, Georg
: qmagoane rest in peace.” | 3.2.50—2 Vight, Arnold Wight, eci NoMa ‘
iMiss) A. Skeene 3.2.50—In teats acai nna ale ah nN re \lwyn Rollox, Glendon fabs. 2 See
oe i WwMMORY of wins BY public competition at our Office , Trim, Ganesh Persaud, Berkeley Gaski:
Se ERICe ASHBY. w eae James Street on Friday the 10th Feb- BISHOP S HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTURES BY BW HAS ~
hi . . AS > Pa ruary 1950 at 2 p.m. “MALTA” at , Se ,
away on Pebruary Srd 1949 Cattlewash Saint Jose For Trinidad:
oo 9 Than cee é é Sa sepn containing 3 2 *. Clovis
Re t pomeeer: Mother di os we'll hear | bedrooms. The dwelling house is falls TOBAGO Mr Ralph Laffan, Mr. Clovi Desi
They voice on earth no mor lh furnished, Water & electric service. tr Miss Dora Ibberson, C.B.B., Mrs Rosi 54” O . h f t fe t
t until eternity, aed serv: r= hig rain ne . ? P i in 2 Meine
eel ger ih our. Memoss sealed: Inspection on application to Applications are invited for :— = in 2 qualities wing to t e requen cuts
. , and Joseph Ashby @ premises. For further particulars ‘ ym
eee Ome. and Joseph: Ashby. | the, promises, Fer fur AL Bec (a) Classical Master (preferably honours degree) capable o — 2 Whi BI
31.1.50—10n teaching Latin and English to Higher Certificate standard. ee d Pj ” eo in Electr 1¢ power, we are
_——— OS LL : 2. . : a
| “THE BANYANS” — With the lana (b) Science Master capable of teaching Chemistry, Physics anc an mm:
FOR SALE thereto, containing 4 Acres 2 Roods, 31'» Biology up to Higher Certificate standard,
Perches, situate at Upper Bay Street, ‘ t il bl t
sa == | St. Michael. Ideally suitable for de- Salary in each case Bloody Teeth emporarily unable to guarantee
" velopment as a Building Estate. $2,160 — $2,880 per annu Loose co y ee °
TOMOTIVE. neusbection any day except Sundays ’ aiihallt ™. Bleeding Gums, Sore Mouth and °
~ etween the hours of 9.30 a.m. and 11,30 Loose Teeth mean that you haye g :
BOAR: One (1) Hillman 10,h.p. Good) a.m. and 4 p.m. and 6 p.m, on appii- Apply to Archdeacon F. J. STREETLY, B.A., Scarborough, Tobago | Pyorrhea, Trench Mouth or perhaps delivery of work on a given
ghanical condition. New Bittery, Price} cation to Mr. Ronnie Gittens on the o7 = ‘ some bad disease that will sooner or and
ble. Apply L. A. M. Watts,| premises. Dial 3771. 27.1.50—12n. } later cause your teeth to fall out an
St. Phone 4523. The above property will be set up for may al cause Rheumatism an
3.2,50--2n] Sale at our Office No. 17 High Stree:, Heart uble. Amosan stops gum



COTTLE. PP your mouth weil and save your teeth
eae: ; CATFORD & €0., or money back on return of empty
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ack ¢e. Get Amosan from your chem-
» CAR—Hillman 1947. Excellent condi- D ist today. The Per Yard

ie ton. $1,400 or nearest offer. lLasall THE undersigned will set up for sale AmosSanens®: pro-
Phone 8106. 27.1.50-—5n.| by public competition at his Office’ oe ‘Mou at
, James Street. Bridgetown at 2 o'clock ForPyorrhea—TrenchMo a

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im good mechanical condition and new For further particulars and Conditions clad ee Amosan must make e
res. Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616. of Sale, apply to the undersi .








eemeeay and Berch’ chang Paiickeard | setvants’ rooms with toilet and. bath,| RPAL Real Estate Agents-——Auctioneers—Surveyors
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Bie prices. Call Ralph’ A. Beard + ee as. tuiiidiin, tc wl teey Rope ——_ Mth Feb. 10th Feb. 19th Feb. 20th Feb. nad he boa os iB:
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P Wink, gmk. Mrs. H. D. Cole, 12.5080.) LADY NELSON Het Mar. Sna-Mar. 18 Ave. Sad Ape. —~ Phone: 4640 et PLANTATIONS BUILDING
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+, One Graded Holstein Cow toj to town. 3 large double bedrooms:
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SLES: Hercules Silver King. on] storey fitable business. Tne M.V. DABRWOOD will ’ : , E (
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IS: Boul GARAGE EQUIPMENT—EPCO Trolley Minimum First Class Only $425.30 B.W.LCy, (
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Trinidad 233 For Four

By 0. S. COPPIN

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Feb. 2,
A flawless undefeated innings of 86 by Trinidad’s stylist
batsmen was the outstanding performance to-day when
Trinidad put up 233 for the loss of four wickets as the
lamaica-Trinidad Test opened at Queen’s Park Oval
The weather was uncertain, rain having fallen the
Lofore and - 7 vy.
Piagn vndig oy om ty and the total 23 ot which



hnny Groves having
sent in Trinidad to two were extras.
suffered a terrible Goodridge resumed from the
hree players were in- farm end using an identica! field.
the course of the The batsmen took advantage of

the absence of the squareleg to
help themselves to four quick runs
during the over Asgarali getting
three of these.

Kentish conceded two sirgles in
the next over, then Johnny Groves

emergency fieldsman
th had to be press-
. Lumsgen and
two dropped from the
arn having already been

























































































Second Jamaica-Trinidad Test

At Queen’s Park Oval

got off the mark immediately by
turning the first offering to de«
midwicket for a single. Thi:
brightened Kenny getting a sing!
off Valentine’s first ball, Asgarali
driving the next hard to midon
for three, Trestrail sending th
next to the covers for a singk
the next a leg bye and the -next
another single off a hard cover
drive by Trestrail. .

Trestrail then greeted Good+
ridge with a full-blooded cover-
drive which barely failed to reaci:
the rim of the boundary on th:
slow outfield, the batsman running
three.

Each batsman then singled.

Valentine then bowled to Tres-
trail who drove back the second
delivery hard along the wicket.
The bowler attempted to inter-
cept the drive with his right foot
and had to. be lifted from the
field. Chicki Sampath came out us
substitute.






















coll son to substitute. made Bis dae towing mace: 2 Valentine had been bowling
Youthful left arm bowler Val- the olay = oS s+, how) steadily commanding much r2-

: } ing Ifa from the farm end to tow! : :
eutine in attempting to field a to Asgarali. The fast mer had Speéct and the accident was a bit-

: drive from Asgarali injured his ee ae. 33 re tile before ter tragedy: to the already weak

tA fo 3 ram’ and 15 minutes after Jamaican attack. Kentish took

' Neville Bonitto had his finger rite. used deer square two over from the pavilion end t?

‘w=! burst while fielding and es ~ legs midon, longcif, cover make it a double change as Mudie

Hit! Johnny Groves suffered a SP vt guilty and one slit replaced Iffla whose over before
2 on his left hand that ne- arali took one off ih t conceded a single during his first}
e < ted one stitch. Jay in 7 to ste the buwlir spell of the day. Trestrail in his
Phorbourn wa es tony, for t cont:nued = ft the usual pugnacious mood cut a
Fi aa re sei slow ,nd Asgarali took cne eff short pitched one to deep point
My ae) naib off-breaks he t st ball snd (Ganteaume for a brace to reach double fig-+
ok eh ree of the four bats- i.voked the short pitched second ures and then punched the third

oe ‘or 49 runs in nine overs. ball hard to the leg boundary «ni to cover fora single.

‘| 7 4 was given a good start n edged dangerously neal Col Crowd Delighted

ig i and Ganteaume who nitto at firsi slip Had the lieics- Kenny took five off Mudie in
03 for the first wicket. | dived for the ball “rey clean crisp forceful shots to de-

; s dismissed for 34 uld have beea returned fer jight the crowd.

A nt on to put up a it he reinained tc ent Ifa relieved Kentish from the
The Jamaican gures il , pavilion end and conceded four
poor to-day r runs. Mudie then bowled a maid-
coming from gerall 100k
‘ g a eee a ae ; ; stump. the players came off the field for
¥ batemen took mp ) itched: Witish he sinh “hard 1a with the score at 132—1,
scored behind the ee ere te the bound- Asgarali 73, Trestrail 17, and

& clock 233 being made in past Groves <0 hs 3 ceca extras 6.
mir nok a brace in the On-resumption Thorbourn bowl-
ot. Obviously ©4_ first from the pavilion
pitched the end. This was the first speli
too far cutside with the ball for the tour. He
¢ the batsmer led slow off-breaks over the
hot wicket Trestrail on-drove the
cost a single first delivery for three then each}
; brought batsman scored a single, the over

> ne t hore the attack ielding five runs
50 In 63 Minutes Mudie bowled next from the
yf the thir livers, ASE farm end and the batsmen scored
se three singles between them, each
n t with cover drives. Thorbourn
7 1 ve ide to bowled the second over and
re brought Jamaica’s second success.
. Zan ne cor 1orbourn used the crease and
fi ts tone up a cleverly flighted off-
4 tf é e ta al Asgarali attempted to
; ie ive out but was beaten and
t wiled, neck and crop. The score
ie i 143—2..

A:garali had been at the wick4

} ea ; : t of ©t for 160 minutes and his confiv

oe van tae Phe and comparatively free inn?
K a cake ngs included five fours.
vi ae the next 2angchoon joined Trestrail and
: _drove Was off the mark with a leg glide
i fe r runs to celebrate Gown deep fine leg for three runs.
in Next over a late cut from Tress
ame at snail pace as Iffla tail off Thorbourn was brilliant-
es ntine pinned down the ly cut off on the boundary by
9 Chicki Sampath of Trinidad whbd
= ves injured his t in at- was fielding substitute for Skip-
: e an on- from per Groves, the batsman only got
ff Fuller came out three runs
ke the second substitute or Thorbourn beat Tangchoen
eld, Lumsden having come playing forward to a well pitched
de r for Neville Bonitto off-break and Binns whipped off
the 5 ipt nisfielded at the bails but an appeal for stump-
Se Mls whe re leg ng Asgarali ed was disallowed.
§ ie , 2 f a | off Iffla

é‘ : ur slif Behind The Clock
‘ J c aking Trinidad was still behind the
: : tw o 150 going up soon after in

a er 68 minutes

7 3 third ‘ Ne over from Mudie, Colia
- 2 : : Bonitto gave Tangchoon a “life’

; y : i : hen he cropped an uppish drive

bs +4 K , g his indiv ‘The Tt Mudies bowling. Tangchoor,

Wi, 5 nr , Ga! , a hen 6 runs

ty 2 : a _ aan —_ In Thorbourn's next over Tang-

no G i ye Mca aa eae a attempted to off-drive and

é aa : Beat ales ed the ball high in the air for
ths 2 : - ; h to take a comfortable
v2 1 s pulled the’ third bel t cover-point. The score-
cf a 2 sift—fu he pads read 159—3—7, Trestrail
; x he t he square-leg boundary for} “20 was then 32, was joined by
é Both batsmen took singles,| 2©7!8 Atkinson. But Atkinson
i ct over from Kentish, ver yielding six runs not remain at the crease, re
. no-bell 100 In Two Hours ving but one ball which he
igh the slips for Mudie misfielded a hard
nother well A giving .
prec four and t ting r
rbourn tai to 96. A neat leg glancé The Weather
“A ar man for & tor a couple by Asgarali sent the
Over turnec total to 98 and a single off the TO-DAY
: Se eee ball of the over took the total
- hen ondrove for in of the century. A Sun Rises: 6.22 a.m.
e p 2¢ 33. min- gi left of cover by Gan- Sun Sets: 6.04 p.m.
« and up 100 on the board Moon (Last Quarter) Febru-
‘ even two hours play ary 9.
§ layers into e took a_ single off Lighting: 6.30 p.m.
% three min- *s sixth ball with a gen- High Water: 4.23 a.m., 3.50
' aAEAE SEk i im to midwicket to rob his p.m,

ee er : shane chia

ie till 20 at 9 eieer oe re ; YESTERDAY

“het c coun wee, Ae Soe eens Rainfall (Codrington) .39 ins

eo ee eee 1 Fer. cost bin his wicket for Goodridge . . F
; ; the fourth ball dead|| Temperature (Max,) 61,5 °F.
e entre of the pitch, Ganteaume Temperature (Min.) 71.5 °F.
; ea : Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E.
ple hook and put up a (3 pm.) E
% y cater » Kentish ; rid- . or. .
ij ‘Sreboard. read 103/1/34|] Wind Velocity 17 miles per
‘ be Asgarali now 63 not o Fan- om.
f i el me had played ; any et Barometer { a.m.) 29.943
; : w innings batting 125 minutes! (3 p.m.) 29.870,
iy ack - nd hitting but two boundaries. |
; i po the this to 3 ~» hie Kenny Trestrail followed ana!
if ’ . a ae _
nit ® ef
¥ ‘
; (a) FOLKS’ KIDS ARE FIENDISH, UT WHEN HIS OWN KID

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PRIOR JONES at first slip throws th

one of Ferguson’s leg breaks.

hooked savagely at, missed, and
was bowled. With the sco.e al
160—4—0 Gerry Gomez was nexi
man in.

Gomez was off the mark wi!)
a single in Thorbourn’s jast ba’:
of the next over.

Mudie then conceded two afte.
which the batsmen took ten
Thorbourn including two fou.s,
one an on-drive by Gomez jure
yight of the bowler’s wicket wich
was misfielded by Mudie and a
lovely latecut by Trestrail that
was four all the way.

After Mudie had conceited two
Gomez proceeded to entcr doul
figures off ‘Thorbourn w.th a hard
on-drive for a sinele to send ur
Trestrail who hooked the fifties
beautifully to the boundary. With
184 posted, iffla was put on in
place of Mudie each batsman tax
ing a single during the over. Mudie
only changed ends taking over
from Thorbourn who had bowled
9—0—37—3.



Flawless Haif-century

In Iffla’s next, Trestrai] cut ar
tistically for a brace to reach 2
flawless half-century in 83 min-~
utes. He followed this up with an
off-drive which went straignt
through Goodridge like a rifle shot
through a cardboard target for <
boundary.

Mudie only conceded one run
in his next over, then Goodride:
again missed a simple grounder
to give away one to Trestrail of’
Iffla, the over costing three runs

Trestrail sent up the second
hundred after 213 minutes pla
by off-driving Mudie scorchingly
for three.

Trestrail then treated Iffia rath-
er unkindly with a classic two t
fine-leg, with a surgeon-like cut
past the third man to the boundary
and then a_ full-blooded drive
through the covers to smack the
rim without necessity for the
fielders to move.

At 216, Kentish took the new
ball using himself from the pav-
ilion end, four runs resulting in
the initial six balls.

Goodridge was now given the
ball from the farm end in place of
Iffla.

Trestrail now 77 took strike
from him. The latter turned the
second ball to square leg for «an
easy single. The next over from
Kentish, Trestrail got into the
wicket and turned his first ba’!
deep to square leg for a brace *
enter the eighties.

Bith batsmen singled wit!
pushes to cover-point. In the next
over from Goodridge, Trestrai!
made his first false stroke of the
innings. He attempted to off-drive
but the ball which was an in-
Swinger edged off to square lez
but all along the carpet with n«
sign of a chance.

Play closed for the day soon
after, Trestrail being not out 86
and Gomez not out 20, and Trin-~
idad’s total for four wickets 233:









B.G. Team Had

Net Practice
AT QUEEN'S PARK -

Cricket team had

hew first practice at Queen’s

Park yesterday afternoon since
.ne.r arrival on Wednesday.

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Rotert Chr outstanding
West Indian bats oecasionaily
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Empire Title

Own Correspondent)

LONDON, (By Mail).
Having his first fight in this
country since his return from
British Guiana, Joe Hyam stopped
Ginger Stewart of Scotland in
four rounds at Liverpool on Thurs-
day evening. The Scott gave Hyam
a lot of trouble in the first two
rounds but the British Guiana’s
boxer’s persistent attacks carried
him in front and in the fourth
round Stewart retired with a cut
eyelid.
This
a much
is booked
February

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victory
sought-after
up fight
6th and on
20th at Birmingham he opposes
Les Allen, who is the Midland
area middle-weight champion

boxer. He
again on
February

to

Hyam’s manager, Jack Harding
told me that he is seeking for
the Hyam-Allen fight to be re-
cognised as the eliminator for
the Empire middle-weight title.
The present holder, Dave Sands
is due back in Britain from Aus-
tralia in about two months and
if Hyam beats Allen, Harding
wil] arrange for his man to meet
Sands for the title, probably in
London.





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janteaum K sh ; -
reeite'ae ~©0d AUSSIES BEAT
| Trestrail not out 6 Z We & f
| Tangehoon c Kentish b Thor-
| bourn - TOU E
D. Atkinson b Thorbourn ti TRAN SV AAL XL.
G. Gomez not out 20
Extras . 9 . +
ai SOUTH AFRICA, Feb. 2
Total (for 4 wkts) 23 The Australian cricketers to-
Fall of wkts:— 1—103, 2-143, 3-389 Gay beat northeastern Transvaal
4-159 Country Districts by an innings
BOWLING ANALYSIS and «#6170 runs here, dismissin
Goodridge ee 3 W Country Districts for 59 in their
Renee 12 a second innings, after eclarin
ja 17 4 & their firs S or 5
Valentine 4.2 3 21 oe — erie: oe? Se
Mudie C 14 : 3s > ply to the 115 by the oppositiorz
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Causes Trouble
—iIN TRINIDAD

2arbadps Advocate Corresponden
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Feb.
Considerable stir was caused in
Trinidad cricket circies over wic
publication in the Trinidad
Guardian today of an article writ-
ten in the Jamaican Gleaner by
sportswriter G. St.C Scotte:

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wane in reviewing the first test
writes “gentlemen in white coat:
seem not to have a. noddin
acquaintance with the L.b.w
rule”

Mr. N. N. Nethersole 1a- |
ger of the Jamaican team and *
selector of the West Indies Team
made a press statement .oday:

“I wasten to disassociate myseli
und the Jamaican cricket teaa
from the offensive and ill-advise
remarks published in the Trini-
dad press and attributed t
Gordon Scotter, columnist of the |
Jamaican Datly Gleaner con-
cerning the ability and quality
of the Trinidad umpires. I am
positive that Scotter could no
have formed the opinion from the
report sent to Jamaica by their }
representative L. D. Roberts and
I can only explain his commenis
as characteristic of his imagina-
five figment. |
So far from Scotter’s comment
in representing the truth I cat |
state that the Jamaica captain
expressed complete satisfaction |
with the umpiring and requested |
that there should be no change |
for this match. I ask the;
Trinidad public to accept |
my apologies Scotter’s
bad manners and my _ assur-
ance that his opinion in no}
way represents the opinion or
feeling of the Jamaican sport’ng
public.” —By Cable

Trinidad Sends |
Team to Guatemala |

(Barbados Advocate Corresponder:t)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Feb. 2 |
Trinidad today selected a ten-
man team to represent her a:|
the Sixth Central American and



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runners, Kelvin Boissierre, Ken- |

neth Hyland and Carlton Cham- |

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Frill"? 15 0. Barbados Mifleate^ Prleei Vi: CBIfTS Vrur •> •. iUGAR NEGOTIATIONS TO RE-OPEN ruman Willing To uspend H. Bomb WASHINGTON; lib. L'. — UPE.NT TRl'MAN is expi'di'd to UMM :il Ml (r^.r.-ncico-day lhal Ihc United Stales „ will J/^wml work o.-. Ihc Hydrogen Bomb as soon aE_tattmPiionl Control of \lomic Knergj iaachi \. I Strength* | S. Will en fccific Fleet TOKV' '-.', ,%  %  -Be iMIl Mvc rft caii'ic fan i-omfl'' jU.Somc dBH Welted Iron "jwaodeu. n i bwls-ol-s;.. tear Bradl*: %  ' .,il had *>— d I P i^ote between i — and Jai'^. to i peace treaty. fl defene must I* de^_ the Peace Conferencei ^Efjfitr. it will be up to WHid. Ktftc Fleet wilt haw M\ iitroyers by September, B ~^Dewrtnient unnouiuvd. the MX. Ihe "Killer" i Orpctter. ti %  tow un%  bx iown ad) (or Pacific duty m ft re-inforcemenl pronai completed, will %  7 M) active destroyUie p.. Two of the Mit active earners and Ln aru currentl; The 27.0OO ton Uoier 'and %  bed Japan roa t orday tc B;nth Task Fleet based Ntipfimes. The Naval %  don Japan includes one bind four destroyers. |nfcffed States subma•U parts of the -Renter. w joyed' At B. Attitude NEW YORK. Fcb 2. lOtlDO VltiilK %  ft d'Ailaires, told a Press •-.at his Governm %  oi BlMt towards Spain. herd iti (he %  Ul bo urgln. .ie such f u> filed yesterday againsl Emperor Hirohito and four othci Presumably, the other wartime Pacific Allies will be consulted. Diplomatic authoriti" little doubt tl ountry*S answer will 1Dean Acheson American phatic "No". They look fon most of State, that' the United wording to he Dutch The 1.578 ton Danish steamer R'tnnor was stated to be standing by the wraek. %  sM at 1 Fort] minutea later, as the plane was %  %  ek to control at Sehi: Then trie Rifrmor rapoi ;hc lad seen a burning plane fall .. .. n o| PI i U m stareh. 1. M aircraft, after %  ree Bve times at a ude, reported no sign >f the 1).: Bverytblnf seemed normal, :i took off. and n during 'hr night that it WHS in diiTleul—Reuter East Berlin Gets New Police Chief BERLIN, Feb. 2. tborUlea today appointed a veteran Communist, who spent 10 years in Naii new Police President %  : lin. The new president ll 41-year-old Waidcnar Schmidt. j.ho for tht UU been in charge of th> Staff Department of Iterlln Admh haarkgraf, former Nazi ofHcer and huldei t>f the Knight's Cross of the In vho wa> captured by the Russians t Stalingrad. The Soviet Occupation authuri.:ited him Poll ol Berlin in 1845. and in 194o, fter tht My Police lecame rhiel rH Sectoi Polk*), In September 1M-19. a:ter West Berlin wi| i reported U purged and arrested. F.ast Police beaaqitarU i d thai Markgral a lont. period." Tod %  nounccrni nt, rlrcul Gfrmnn l.D.\'.. mide no mention of ktarkgraf, —Reuter B 'DOS MEETING WILL BE TOLD NEXT WEEK Tories And Labour Agree, ON ONE POINT NEW YORK. Feb. 2. .Vetos in a despatch froiii respondent 'oday said 111 body in En ed that the lion c Ihough "bettii %  ur." Th, Robert liegan a detailed re| ehlch he iOD battle i in blab Conwa> only po'nt on which tin vanvei ami Lai Rye, and one which also had the ipproval Of the IJberals and Comtnunlata, was socialised medicine. "The-0 rad %  it altb Proj %  Britain to stay, regardless of which Part] -ins the first election %  %  %  a swept Into powi i In ItMft," Conway said. THE DIKE (It WINDSOR. h IIJ.-, rrliirnJci to t,.. „!.,.! Ree HI sJaaenea )( f aaatl] HN rean saaaaataa Qea Real D si ins BeSBStaiB. Working in hi* tnttf) .i|url>ii-iu the Duki .\pects lu have the meiiiyirn compl-'lrd ter SSrlag puhlii %  'ion. Fkef arc lo he hrnughl uut In Inx-k lrm BCOEl niliimn. World Being Sucked Into A Chaotic Whirlpool Says Yatiean Newspaper VATICAN CITY. Feb. 2. • as comment cm American production of the H-Bomb. said lo-muht that •VM beting] nicked into a "whirlpool ol inhuman chaos". "Wfini ipiea most dtvoied to peace undertake ihc construction of such a destructive instrument, despite its incalculable cost and the terrifyinj: prospects ->f its use. it must mean that the 'cold war' has no longeV hope of rerinfl in understandint: or at least com%  war", "'". rrafon said. argument tu present the dilemma of peaa or the destruction of < • i we trunk of diplomacy and poll! It .iltei two world wars, her%  lo end all wai. tl H %  : preventing wai than to return t the romNo Inner Tube UK Leaders Kneel In Prayer At St. Paul's Ml MN %  'eb. 'I nf the thn^e biggest I oUtaflal [urties, who will InLsjkdlng the British Qeoeral tane lode] attended a s-peeial s-etecUOl -erviee In Saint Paui'l ill Clement KV % %  Mr Winston Churchill, %  %  %  I %  •it on atool with crisaaoo velvet facing the high altar, wnile the iJishop Dr. J. C. Wand. : layers. The Bishop waa calling f< Dh Ine 'Kiidance for tht people in choosing i loveenmeol on 11 An addn an by Dr flaher. Anhokaiop o i t>ury. The Strongest Delriue The Ait 1 that man'. inventions might world was the ' that catastrophe. He was giving the address i.mint %  reflgloui service attended by lee political ]>iirlies I cpthedrai In advance ol the Gen sought election sough Those who voted gave powej "But power is of all Uniigs. th most dangarous to .pussest. uitlcw it is utterly subordinated H %  ility," he continued. who atek po i i %  • 'errifylng load o %  Ion to th> aalth and —Uiuter. (Barbados .\d\otate Correspondent) PORT OF SPAIN, Feb. 2. 'pRINIDAD'S Chamber of Commerce this mom in", passed a resolution urging Government to advocate through representatives at the conference to be held at Barbados next week that the strongest possible fully representative delegate be sent immediately to London to reopen sugar negotiations with His Majesty's Government BRUSSELS, A Belgian garagt %  of his own inthe lyre wil punc%  %  Bxnerimenti .1 wide range <>t lilted with tl proven —ReuU-r For Sugar Talks Monda) CASTRIES 51 Luola will bi to the Sugar I'onfeieiiit < ,r-e 111 auapeeei i ... etion Mr .1 C Dufi %  i elation An 111 be edioaen but theta ..i yet bean n ,aei .m Interview with the Peoaittee and %  anted per:... Friday night's coun, with the proviso that the leaders are responsible for 01 Taxis arc again flaunting anliSneakan to-night denounced ones and other British leaders for tap by command to king che tlabour — tB> Csble) 29,485 Cattlv For Bogota TORONTO. Feb L ( A shipment of pure-t i worth $26,000 ( LM.485) left by air tonight for Bogota OB COSV signmenl to the Colon.I culture Ministry to strengthen herds In that country, Five breeds WOI letaey, Holatein, Ayrshln horns and Scottish Highland -.tile. : Ontario attic to South America started South A •aving lheir dollars,'" Ol —Renter kaevk Gauguill And Van Gogh I.ONDON, Feb. 2. %  %  Pan! liauguln and \ r in%  student in Pans uVOl Mr. HartUck was %  ei la. IBM he pubUsl %  %  tion with Gauguin and Van Gogh was described He recalled that re of bu> Dgh picture 'or two francs. —Reater plete bankruptcy <>l a philosophy l .ido-civlltsauon, i>re-chnstian society ended, in the triumph of force, by its threat or "Without Chriat li 'he same as lefore Chi %  the legions and the arsenals on the i the unknown munitions beyond the Carpathians. We have reached the explosion of the atom and "We hope that realisato end and save pea c e far more and far earliei than mysterious weapons. If the Apocalyptic Ai i really had thii reault thai rathi i than eliminating war they should "hnunate tl 'hat force as in (act force cannot %  • heating l:t. i most fatal error. "Observalore" %  dded—Renter. AUTHOR DIES AT 64 %  %  i i author of over i rga A. Birmingham", died quietly in his % %  il 64. He novel when hi 11 %  —Renter. Sweden Recognises U.SJ. has recognised Indonesia as a free and i'"'' State, the Foreign Ministry an to-day. The Swedish Consul in Sur*baja. has Informed the Indo.,i Swede, will icnd out a diplomatic repre Porelgi Ministry added. — Reuier. BKVIN LEAVES ROME I iloi&iV Purge II. French Zuiie KREIBURi% %  Pen I 111 the I has IK>W reached the French Zone State of South 1 laden. oi the South Baden Conununlal publicly charged that! i %  theli way Into Wiiim*. Commun-I % %  said that .he 1'srty | Iglng the ideological oi-iaden Conunumsl Party's self-.i itieisms to) %  in.ilai action in the Hessian j nieation two days ago, 1 nwnUMari 0g Titoist I sstenti North Rhine Han, Si I m. and I Hamburg. CommiUUft I'.. ubU ei eed seUn i puraj -. -tup —Reuter Slaleineill Ol Wet [ladies Sugar i'o. iFVgn> 1hv lomhLONDON A dividend of ri DM thi W< %  ompany for the veer to Septerabei SOth, IM. in %  London this week TW %  The full rate is .dd capital of i on the I.400.I I I i,i currently with £1.000,000 of 3*4 %  i %  March Tata and i jority holding of the ordlnarj Subjad Ion of the audit, the net proht WI (against £117.014.) It was struck ling a 35o.: i a and I LBS*, luntcly tax 01 000 (£59.0171 and the dividend S500 net; £48 D1S) ll .allied foi Ward The £1 The increase of SO 1 1 the net proilt toi the year to September last fulfils UM the Company's directors who last March (when the Wl Sugar Company's Bnai put on 1 more pannaneni fiiting) looked forward to m. rei fits K.nl.ir For H(s|iilal LONDON. %  A naval radar set Is to be Utod in the Mi ital, London, foe physical purpo experti baUavo, however, thai radai 1 an be uaafully an I pe ..f physlo—Reuter lotion follow • %  %  %  eeiate %  I %  i.iteiw per touting, mm the 1 If instated mi. will load Ie aearatai coaaaavsssjeea. rronnmipally, seoWtr, and %  alltloalri %  %  %  nrldence in % %  %  Mam b ar i [bought it imperative In the the peopli that no stone shouid 1 I turned I which would reault iron-. | bl thai %  %  %  %  • \'\ pall 1 l.rror talk a docu%  11 raid al1 guaranteed gar m 1 would be egotla%  %  %  t and %  %  would :x)int %  If ti. %  longout %  ,>i of 1 itt Cable. ^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifliiiipiiuiiiilipMilllIIIW^ f&hre W ill I )\>\ ii>Corn Production ROME, Feb. 2. | Agricultural experts Fran are meeting in Roflni .• producll 0 of hybrid eom in Euiope ami %  East. 1 .'.us types I lu hi iii corn, first pro the united Btatee, have been car-' h 'I out In Europe since 1030 Moderate estimates put the yield Ji. at least 20 per cent higher thail tha '< ordtners corn —Renter. J&fcg ..'. tst^-s^^ir-— m U.K. Films Should lie \aliona Used The Brl j Union announced today %  of the Wilson, PTe. I The Union Said that %  EI, 1 ;' %  •- the secor. *" ^erUsle Bay this year. Story on page 5. "In ou; 2. %  for Paris and Ixndon to It to the Italian capital for talks with Ud an audienu Guarded by his own two SeotInd Y;i Ital kin station. Early this morning, the coach led out of Ri Mr 11. %  were 00 board the Most Italian papers reported v ui, Bevln's visit. %  %  • : ocgan lus OSM with Count Sforu by why the Italians comp much of Britain shows political interest. Aranli the orsnj pio-Communist Socialist Party published a h Harking Socia:. has adopted tl "f *he American SU'Tent, no better nor worse than what Churchill would have done. to the point where. Mlantic Pact. England and the tries are on a ting under of the United States", said. -lUilrr Home Fleet Visit Gibratar GIBRALTAR. Th* Hoi ad hereto:ay for a tin'. Commander-in-Cnirf. Admiral Sir PhlUp Vlan. sift of Gibraltai -iir K-Xieth Ar.dei MM later visited the Admiral aboard tils flagship Implacable. —Renter. delicious and rtfrtshitig 3d. %  leairaiia' • a bottic Snipe" Going To St. Lucia xpected that H MS 1, wearing the flag of the American from Mm N 5, under Tibbitts. carries a complement of eight officers and %  THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY BARBADOS BOTTLING CO., LTD. UM i" ih. 11" \ (iil.\ NEW! m 11 ... .... Munda. Iliruuih S..Uud.> Iron. I—I



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PAC.F SIX 1HF BARBADOS ADVOCATE HENRY YIV tt COS) • To TUB BY CARL ANDERSON ?iM M. B 7 MICKEY MOUSE •cr^ • BY WALT DISNEY v _i~S HE BSBS BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG S1 WANT VOU TO „S 8EFCCE T-E cBe Wise.... Advertise.,, (Vjo— Usr far you ,1QQ : BEAUTY PREPARATIONS ARE USED BY ALL WOMEN THROUGHOUT THE WORLD! LET "POXDS" ASSIST YOV. COLD & VANISHING CREAMSFACE & TALCUM POWDERSLIPSTICKS HAND LOTIONSKIN FRESHENER ETC, ETC. AKE STOCKED BY ALL DEALERS. If only I '.yj\4 M 1*1*01 My tftroM'i M M a> COUGH LOZENGE .Kit Con f|E VF'dEHICt T VCV%  CC-*S* 'C C _OGC £jW £D3w>/77n •Kl OOSt / / ' THE LONE_ RANGER V" ex s --e. i /--£ %  ao* JC6| Kee/> wAzte S/wes S/wwy WTu're with PROPERT'S SHUWHITE FOB WHITB KID BUCKSKIN ANO CANVAS SHOBS I IMH.H >l IKPI IS Siies: 9 It by V/i H. and IV4 (t by ft Also I INOIII >l IK HOLLS 6ft. widt All very reasonable in Price. 1. UtKBtlM Lid. 10 ft 11 Roebuc* Stml fc.il.:Lea 1M % % %  %  -• %  %  %  % % %  .: %  .-. %  ..-. % % %  % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % %  • .-.-.--•----•-•'•'-'-',, NOTICE BRINGING UP FATHER POO US" ^€'l-U Q*C OP TM' PAMH.V.' WHAT' BY GEORGE MC.MANUS <—I A8CUT NO 1 — ~v~ We beg to notify our customers that FLOUR BAGS are once more on sale and may be obtained at any time from our Head Office in Country Road. LIGHT & POWE1 TROUBLE FREE INSTAL £ RP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND SANITARY LAUNDRY CO. "LISTER" ALTERNATOR SETS 1 15 K.W. DIERKI. DRIVEN ALTWNATOU 3 K.W. 5 K.W. 10 5 K.W. 1 K.W. 22 K.W. All rampMe ilh Silchboardu mil Aulwiutk <*• Rrtulalon. COMPLETE RANGE OF SPARE PARTS IN STItf J lit. BAHHAUO& FOV.SDHrj^ While Park Road Climbing Steadily in popularity! in circulation! -HE PHANTOM WHY AH TtiOM }P UT THOSl — TBA'SIK (BOKT J(ARt lUtTBAPJ Of MV POOS' I Cl >* MIB AOUT AlK0T I0E ) W. 1E UIAN5 • BY LEE F ALK ft RAY MOO RES IDUtl PtAIH* MEA5/TUE] fMANTOM.MUST HAVE SATHEttMHEMANe I % IllPTMlM HERE.. -> And it's no wonder, for the "Evening Advocate" carriei feature which appeal to all classes of readers. First ol a.i. If gives your Monday's news on Monday, as well us all the happenings of the week-end. When there is a long week-end it comes out on the first day after tM hqlldav. hence it is eagerly snapped up by readers who have gone without a paper for some days. There is humour in it with the articles by Nathaniel Gubbins in his Sitting on the Fence feature. West Indian Humour by Touchstone. Short Stories for ihe quiet afternoon or evening hour. Sir Patrick Hastings Case Book is of such absorbing; • that copies of the "Evening Advocate" are being filed away for future reference to those rousing stone*. Flusif a reiBlar subscriber U-day of the EVENING ADVOCATE



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r\ci i<> THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE Ccmih CaMmy F Women. TUu PORTRAiT ROMANCt M T f the Bahamas, Sir George Sand lord. %  Nassau on February -6 nave been unable to book passage, as finally ed. and so they are flying flurry years of ,• ihe first apr tide A of a four-year spell of <: Palestine during 'he wtf. Both Sir George, and h., wife :x*ing forward to their D the Bahamas Since they %  In England iron-. Africa at the end of December ave been busy maftin*. enquiries about the conditions they will ( l.ady Murphy, the retinm Governor and his wile, whom they met in London, have been able to answer many of their questions These Remained P ASSENGERS arriving by the :.ip" who remained I Barbados were:—Mr. and Mi' Harold W. Buck. Miss Frar.ce. Stock and Mr< A P Thornton. Tlw Weather It Nice M ISS G GOOD of England who came out to Barbados r*-itly to ipend the winter, toad %  e.ther nice and warm and %  Mm HOT holiday She U Ma-ing at 8upr Mare Guest Hou>' DORIS GRtENBERG. Just a Sideline ng la' Visited Beauty Spoti M R AND MRS BENJAMIN WHK \ S CARIB wa trippers an 1 %  • tl ship iaunchr. Italia yesterday told Carib that yosUrday one of the okier ladie* they had %  beautiful di %  h *•* chatting said. Sec that attracti' island and re newspaper young and of was. her name—Dor's Creenbcig A Ne Yorker, tonalStafl MM rerft Time* D | HAITT. a private prac* ^xx^^l *" I B on the with Barat some , „ed her bn Squally Morning 'THE WEATHER, which I M. almost the entire week BS been very rainy, held up yesterday to enable the two hundred o* Goiafi Ml PAT *tay. Mr Wemeto I Tourists Are Impressed the win* was not blowing hard, ihcy then followed the 'harbour* line until th< the Careenage. Camera". Hard At Work W HENEVER they pawed P WALLBRIDGE Sales W i n igc of the Singer Sewing Machine Co. U~ ictt for St Lucia by b W I A %  csterday. R AND MRS FREDDIE POTTER also left i i a' Lucia by BWIA yeaUrday M( of the Si M B M H U ieja branch of Cable and WlreI R. COUN WILLIAMS .! Blackm.n's. St Juaepri returned from Trinidad by BWIA reattareay M B V C KNIGHT Sales Representative of DeCoata and Lid. returned from Trir.ida! BWIA yarlerdav particularly lovely scene. the car was Hopped, everyonrj not out and snap-shot cam clKtad, mle • r DA BRILL TR1MINGHAM .aptured even more fully tn. JVJ.,, hmit „ Bank (D C at O I „,, panoramic sight before them. Pan Ttn ,< a by BWIA yMUr d„ must take a picture of themselve, , R j B c HALE Director of inside a donkey cart and si iVl D O Hennoue. Cn L, enough as they paaaed one mere lj0n4cB ^ ,rnved yaeterday from Trinidad by B.W.I A la aece M aa H e. Tka saayM ( palat bar paaMre. flbe %  rrt d Saw Uta arthal a* U awrr. Mtoa %  eaa. a-ke la Bat aaarhter M Bar Baa** Beaa, Gataraa* ct karat Baraee. t 119—l U-1:4 (iuide To Housewives %  iii mi .Si.i.d -.-.kiap—$1120 per 15 lb tin—40 cts per lb. or SlAO per 5 lb. tin—S* cts. per 1 lb tin or less than 3 lb 6 eta per OSBrffut— gll 00 per carton of 24 tiaa—59 cU. par tin of 1 lb. S ozs. Table In Tin*--S*0 20 per case of 104 lbs in 1 lb tins—40 cts per lb tin Table In Pruita—**S 10 per M lbs in 1 lb prinu-** c< per 1 lb prim .' LHtourad sour 7. On* Sptir-Uii mot.e*^ry igenuiaai. and— H %  aao t h e r ou> CouU sob dsesfio* uieaa i outTmOTliis; a finger ? 12. Bordrr-iine remark T .J EfTptian at Osford. 14 Binf iBitno'-t hope %  a* to dp tears IS. 6[>ec.ftUtr of AA. (two wo:da i. %  a Set back about a a raa may *"• •• spUaesf tn IM %  ^ ^_rm ^ yXt Friday and Sunday : "MTt. SUlruay to Haam ftfi jga IV-HHIKM AOI ATM II.M1 riM> lA TON. at 8 SO m nj9 ^ti •IOII\ LOVES WARv :fm. .Mirthful O.Tifgj, .v///,w/-v/ __.ouai.i rnoOaro pteGs. 11. M.lh;.a. peisoo of eupwmielluencaf a TomDOTl to atw nuiwarr. :i.SQ*. 1* It* s trick. :s. DUMtcnirtfttoa ir. ancksr. •> — H i as. -Iry. vr aaatn. r CUE* DOSfH I. wiic.-a wftB.di.-a pr:*i.'u>.y %¡ ava p>atr ot room D aiml*. ( Cod. for eissopta rl v cr-i..a ft •-.::.§• are i tw words) a vine fot Um into iiawJ can you keep Uifm t&are t S. Propaa-uaa oTilosa sUttni f uw>. sad a bit slim par! Soft tuna cr two. •tar on* DUgat aspect to I >1CH.I THEATRE PLANTERS' MATINEE ... 2 30 TO-fltv at SI5 Dm Fil PAUL HtNHEIl) "H0I.10H a ft gat* swtnosj •UMI whec BBV .0. Was .. .. -DUfte V tbey ahould aaar to bold. 17. Form of omen la Ua.akft. '.a snnlana isopar. 30 nower wtUcb mar ga ft-iund— 11 tnu ftj.fttTfttx of a. hop. and the goods another .top and the.r carr.•erv excellent indeed she aU "' Hashed once more %  Eoston Braves Baseball team; torter anj %  K K Nickels To Hie Diving Boys M i Pilol Takei rime Out %  -•i stationed 'inidad f^r impaniet .Mren and To Join Hia Wife M R H W JENSEN rnginael I yeaA via .r the part three weeks as On Buainria Hi S h Winds 0 \'EK sixty of them lunche-at the Crane Hotel. The wind up there was so high it srai almost impossible to walk %  open terrace bet wee r • i and the ballroom. Some of the tourists Just sat along the benches at the edge oi %  nd looked at the scer.o in wonder, the water with n'out a docar several colours of blue and green many "white caps." higr /m rolling onto the irfajtc beich with green shrubs in th Jraseph Schlarr. *ho mad*tneir background, [or many minute. reservaUoi ,, looked drinking in the V. M many contrastnwasd at the t> ,, f thern reSunnit D.y M il AND MRS PH1LI1' HODES of Great Neck. 'Lon. 'aland were among the paaaengers on the Italia which stoppeo A .is^najers Iron %  • '-rday on lU It-day ..ho sp.ft '"• auM ','""1 Ne ?' Y f*%  ""? Ul said that they had %  rough who i' par down and only saw a little C I on the thin) day of the trip Itlmore and Mrs Bu. sunniest day waa spent In | Joseph K Coatellr %  lighted %  is Branch Manager K.O. Radio Pictures Inc., of York. IS o ass ai short visit and is staying at tne Windsor Hotel M B H HOPSON Pilot of T r A in Montreal Canada anil Mrs Hopson arrived here ri'iently for a holiday and are •raying at the Hastings Hotel J.BI at Tale THE OLD wives' tale that every baby costs its mother tooth has not stood up to mediVeur Own Hark •Suppose, for example, you've cal examination A woman's sweated all day in the kitchen susceptibility to tooth decay does preparing a special meal and, not Increase when she is bearv/her. your guests are seated at ing a child doctors report. —LES. CRTPTOQIOTE—Here* how to work It: AXYDLBAAXR la LONGFELLOW On letter sin.ply stands for another In this example A la used far tiie three Li. X for tl.e? two Ol. etc. Single letters, apoaccphiei. the length and formation of the words art all hints. Each day the code letters are different. A Cryptogram Quotation ALCA SLTML TD DHSW Iff ALV J PTR FVMPBVD ALV HJPHVJAX PE \LV DPTR — RCS. Cryptuot<-: IW'ABLE TO FEED YOURSELF. VQU FEED DOCS—PROVERB table, your husband lifts the lid Ot the caa'orole. sniffs and says 'What is ttV for all the world as if you'd cooked the cat; that, madam, is your moment to put on your sweetest smile, at the unit tune digging the sharp point of vour shoe into your husband'* ankle. If he doesn't seem sufflCientty repentant aftor that gesture, wait till he tells his favourite funny story and pretend you don't see the point of it That'll learn him." Mordonald Hasimps. readtnos o/ one o/ his letters of sympathy to women in the B.B.C a "Women's Programme" They Were Ashore %  %  -M Son And Heir So Many Questions! i s %  Likes Barbadian Hospitality M 'IMMY SMIKLDS who* husband is a geologist i. I working for Bocon %  .. um Oil Company told Carl that the people her nnrj rriandly and hospitable she is enjoying her first B I very much. %  ume weeks ago will ( %  spending about .stiKi.. of quesanother fortnight before returntions it teemed, wave Insj at thi rtofngj GLOBE THEATRE TOMtlllT K.30 LOCAL TALENT and music by B'DOS 1st ALL STAR ORC HFSTU \ (Conducted b> .Mr. Arnold Meanwell) TickeU can he uunlia>ed Ttininht SATCRDAV %M p.m. MCi.Ms URA.MA •EDWARD MY SON" (Spencer Tracy Si Deborah Keir) Jtei.. MHUitlL USDHNT %  P8U IB • OSfl TTMUUSHWUIS B Audition lor Talent Sunday 9 a.m. 1>\ THE WAY-/* Beachcomber A ROLLER-SKA : U BBSBtl brofca 107 tar*-tf kngs as ing* ware used for the ataairt :uii tMiwMn them—on, of alt thing. extra large I indeed." iptn laid ttu khan was once eatuured b) LauaS waspishly to the dis;aged by prului...• %  -i •>, i ....lasOed peer on her left, whtdM '.: the sham cai • wag none other than the skau used as ball-bearings, since it is manufacturer of old day-> I ixiy did tin*, we ahouU ball-beanngs.'* nposttv, tnr offenagain." said the naSglstraU with a have no caviare." "You I smile "In view of ail this, .> \ in >. the peer, purple with Bjjjaj Jit-re would be joinert the skate n.. .unmcr. "it's all ball-bearings' I nut that 1 aU ul Ut's go over all thai Aggsktd,' ball-bearinKs .>:ain." said the hostess, making interpolated the oefeno-;.' .1 snoue. and wistfully iw.ilh: ail used for caviare. *aid the I had once there would be none left for ballat any rate." he adu# : with loved. bearing^" "Poasih I • utiaioerabli' aplomb, "will not (For Peruvian bark see under two mau.* suggested a fere *ri%| | IWOTlll Nru-k Hy-Prudwrlsi. sergeant, "u that there would be all it. I ilasj %  r. as the b-ll-oearings dreai Aiiiinals In Next Parliament' would net really iPlease, dear laady*, 11 11 U true that the Liberal: .llan't u>e *... rpOSad UM ma,are putting up all animal t-ndiItMl" date In a Midland constituency e magutratc A Frag raa. I Meati<>i\ I am sure everybody wit) Years paaaed Tne >ireaiv.> aorry tot It Hut it will LM A Hatter Of < oiuimiu aienae .umai married a jute maguate poll b there any law to %  You aee." said a woman at the from Bombay, and became the an animal, elected by secret ballo back of the court, dreamily, noted hostess of Clack • taking its seat'' One that I < would still be too Hal night of the Hunt rather ill? A SPECIAL PURCHASE HOXY SAT rhe M.C.M. DetecUve Stoo llll Mill rVpto-Bismol FOR UpSf^ STO.VACH UM6UENTllf£ wRBUrUty UUMI nun notns jM'icriOft toaioris suuw Na^' "MINK OF HIE (RIMF %  : A t* HAB IRAKI BMMI IUV\I THEATRE PRID., SVN TUBS at o 3U ^ m ic Republic dn. IlILLf: F.l.1.1. •VIGILANTES OF DOWiE •(OWBOV AND THE SF.VIRII a. KORWICH .uc^ v'-'/.V///V /AMW.1W/.' Fl'ZZY KN1CBI „s and Acuon .-.•,v.v.v*as2Sggi MARINE HOTEL DANCE -m %  Sulurdaio .\i||bl. I i liiti.ui Ills PERCY GREEN & HIS ORCHESTRA Dancing from 9 to all hours-$1.00 We are lenerauiig uur 1 leetriclt). so there would be light A of ENAMELWARE BASIISS .67 .76 PLATES CUPS .21 .85 PIE DISHES 24 :2 l ) .24 .1') .56 WHITFIELDS BROAD ST. NOW is the best time to PAINT YOUR HOME We can supply the following in a variety of colours — Bar gee's Lastthon Paint, Sissua's Prepared Paint. IX>mestica Red and Yellow Label Paint, Sigmaruie Plat Cnasnel Hall's Distemper. Matruil. Dueaeal— Wall Primer also lily Brand Roof and Iron Paint—Red. Obtainable from our Hardware Department DIAL MOB BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LIMITED. YES! they're THE NEW 1950 ENGLISH ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOB! C tk. Ml. STREAMLINED BEAUTIES IN WHITE and CREAM — with and without DOOR LOCKS—5 YEAR GUARANTEE Vll gtrV SHOW 1/ THE CORNER STORE-MANNING & C0 L AGENTS.



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rAci JOIK THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. BARBADOS 3fl> ADV'OOATE • •r • 1 Ctjblttw<1 b T^Aifw-... Co L'. K ">* * %  • Brllle.lllPI Friday. February .1. ISM Ton Main Fires IT HAS been preached to the a\Barbadian in and out of season that it is sheer lolly to set fire to the sugar cane crop in this island It is true that some of these fires are accidentally caused by careless but there are occasionally circumstances which go to prove that the nand of the vandal was at work. A few years ago as a result of dissatisfaction over the wages to be paid to cane cutters there was a series of nres to the cane crop which cost this island a sum in the vicinity of forty thousand pounds. It was a most unhappy circumstance. Not only to the economic loss but the rupture in otherwise good relationships has never been fully recovered; and if there was ever a time when happy relationships were needed between employers of labour and the working class, it is today. In fact it is only on unity of outlook, not only in Barbados but Igbout the British West Indies, that there can be any hope for the futute of West Indian sugar. With an uncertain future it would be as well to gat all are can out of the crops in ,,1-di-r to secure the greatest amount of money even if prices are lower than is anticipated If the canes arc destroyer, is less sugar and so less mom Milted. But between th< lot* of employment for cane cutters, labourers, lorry drivers, porters, lightermen and others who handle the sugar at port i nues of employment is carefully considered they mount up to a colossal sum. There are not .-, .is occurred two or three ago but there are still too mai comfort. There is a prevalent belief that a few fires set at various points in the island will hasten the beginning of the crop Even if thi> wentrue it is also true that it shortens the crop and so lessens employment. This is another great disadvantage to which the vandal exposes the other workers when %  s fire to a field of I It is not to be understood that all the canes in this island are deliberately set: but even if they are caused ,ess the net result is the same, reason why the greatest care should be exercised in the disposal at matches and other inflammable material in the neighbourhood ol cane fields. .lamairaii FOIIOM I | THE arrival of the Field 8 Jamaica Agricultural SocfatJ first hand information of the agricultural . phmeiit paid to us by the sis'' Last year an Agricultural Mission sponsored by the Jamaica Glener -ltd this the methods whereby a small island with 65JOOO arable acfi port approximately 20U.00O.-pcple and was able to produce food products at a cheaianother laland fourteen timei the size The present visit of I ~'*fl is clearly the ofl-sh ..-. ol the first, and the stag' % %  practical agriculturist takes up t: Uon in the v. I.ropagandut who has been able to •he people of Jamaica that it is %  while to copy our methods It must be repeated that visits such as these are the clearest indication that the West Indian lslar K n in common and that they can benefit immense the p-oling of resources and ideas to the in area. It is to be hoped t: guests of the Agnculti, at will have the fullest opportunity of examining will. .'1 methods >f our ultural productior nation, and that this will bt 1 < o.iiumic benefit of Jama.' Siorm* and Hurricane Lantern* B> Lee !.'•*> What Price The Liberals ? Said hller a" Adaaati ,se o( Assembly. "Unles. The schedule ekclaimed plainM that the d -. "* S.-wW fr St Philip. •"^—-fiL"^ B> W. J. FOR long the steady eclipse 01 the Liberal Ac exasperated Mr .east tour times, exIhe id Kh. *xt m .v has presented us witn a choice McEWAVS RED LABEL BEER—p* r %  J4rt. l jW X*| per Caw in ^1 I.X.L. RASPBERRY I W MONK & (.LASS BEAM M \\GE 4 Flavours (o J Pkl. each making I 1,1 (ocovwoi SIH:KS MI ;i /''n^oc^ont".''. !" £ %  'SS* irS£. 2 -.r^S'lETfuM^.%Z lhe Liberals are making a bid for nature, but the fact ^e ^ u uL w"-d .• r2i"*"'"? l ^^"Z^ 1 come-back. They have had to make an exremain, that unle aomeUiIni U !" £ !" £ G "enSent servant to he„ .uch' !" "^"rT^o tremelv difficult choice. ir^^r^tM 2SSrftfsfirjc ssr2" f f ~ They ha d 6 ^ *. & t*~z staff Iron this island, the edura"I"' '*T"n eluded, "bar. I Thi. brought I hundreds presently attending local schools and colleges is going to be seriously menaced. "Seldom," he concluded. heard sucli a fantastic proposal put before this House" his colleagues the a:< Attorney-General to his feet trttl protest against the insim id the statement where or to concentrate on the 30, 40 or 50 ich they might hope to win. was changed The Q -rgumenl. as B „ hou ,' humour, occurred „ .h, course ol Mr Crawford I lengthy oratory Referring to the H'use. he made the state•"" ""-" — n ,~i, however and the statement en...... """"'".''.'^ n ':J*.l'. C .!!; "2l"Z\ to "who has a, much in.el.fen.... colleafue.." The a Mr Adams really looked happ.. was when he rebuked members for reading newspapers dur.n' debates. As several members po.itteo Mi G.antley Adams is p'.ain enough ci'.vernment has been assured, by the Civil Service Association, and by Educa'"","..".;.,,; ,-. UB | n here and tion.1 bodies over* !" that leave !" l.. p "? n drained relations passages are ewential—even more m h ior m ,nibe r for necessary than increased salaries JJ'_" -mi, Union Secreout. mai.y young West Government itself warmly sup%-J? U £ WalcovTbecame openly are now studying abroad and_... views A schedule has Mr >. !" i,i whenT the latter det.me. they may freatly. .! no, <-..£.n drawn up ot Ulc* Civil •W!" ', ^S..., of .he worl t.rely. ea^Uie ^...008.'. 10 whom it I. proposed m r a m n r ^.' ^^J h e fIorU of specially particularly in se.er.ee 10 grant leave pauages, cm ir. 1.^1t passages, and while .^^.Jr"'''? h< request of are urgently required now. ... pha.ised that this r ^"^f. hf nr^>rter Messrs they are not going to come schedule wa, P open t. alteration ^Z"Tc£^ !"!" %  > l" 1 "*" "-T *"? T,ie.h.y. meeting of the waKo.t arc ^^ HOUM. il was in Itself quite suffl£' n !l t5 "!_ n r ;, 1 lhey been tV I cent .0 '"•""'^.C.ta S !" nv, nl midil tove ..spembers cm .he Opposition •"'_.. ..__.t,—, _,.._. from rvin, ppor. The P£*£ J'^^L^ OppoBlion made ,. eto _tta. ^^^is remark, a. „n the proposed %  s -hedule. which, .n.w Oppo*"^*2vtiaT, not „ dy .. .hey ._ ler terms elsewhere. The health; c imate here. It is true, might Induce some to settle for lower salaries, but to use an expression frequently heard in the House "human nature being what ft is cash is usually a greater induceii. climate. The Barbados Electric Company came in for some stror criticism, but. in Bpfte of „„ „r-ieet>on Lunch a: 2 P m schedule. Which, in the Opposlvided J^^r-g., *J^J-^ -^, .here may ->e "*, VL .1 r, ,mic as usual, voiced the oplnmany who share the views of Mr M explained tha the n. m as usua prr ngr Ward thai the fault does not lay amendment, but ion 'hat -ernpo iw vih i|w c ny .mhorvus. ''; Ttm 1E c? teacher. It The company, certainly .were no. '' I" i. Si, blame for the faults in ll. h ,'? 3?t K Three sons at Lodge School, who machinery imported recent y fro., Civil Servanis .although it had ihree son. £"• pr „ ca .he U.K.. but a sUtemenl as .lered regarding them as a some £ f mo wnv th remumnt njachin .• possible to vote men. J !"!" J haVi ^ n wmch hay, been insulled K f,„ lhe increase in salaries of man no •. ,. tin e „ crc ptrmr.le. for the increase leachers and not supporp.tsuges for both teachers and approved members of the Civil gra t a the two went together In one ol the longest speeches I have heard .n the House. Mr rd stressed his point that Barbados simply %  ** dury to grant leave passages, having, would unlike British Guiana and Trlnlscience obTigedT study phTs-sics at Harsome time, were per. nson College. There is a science sink Into such an ui Ubor.tory but no equipmeni. condi.ion. migh. help .0 clear .he n ,he "h^b^^man!' who c. .rwise be instructors in mathematics SM lUtllned 1R?ISUB. IV! •,,-e'o'r u resources lhe did not me. iourlsm or .he pofrfbll.f. side of lhe House are not but an SrTEe Sg.r sKuStor could no. against leave paag. n^ regard^"J %  Sabi? for much against tf former years, and oil is not found ... sufficient quantity, all that remains is the development of try traffk. We must guid.tourisls to Barbados — but we won't do It with hurricane lanon the terns. The* Calypso C ornea to Britain lord Kilelifiier Mag" I OIMIOII 1% The IMaee For Me" TW1 ... id rintfoc of'[ the calypsuc* (or which hia l*Und mou*. fUown Robera. > cr ." (hi <:v\t\'M I .fudad." in England Kitch has xlypso M i> rCftardt'd ..t entertainers clubland. LUnc. It was at the tnd <>i 1 U ICMi '.t-ner—"I have %  0 long. Up UM.U R.,b*rU"..rnvcd >" Public. %  .ilyps" tint:-. I become an accepted part,! niglntntarUIIUMBt, and to U>'"d )r^m Trinidad, much I redit is due. His tirst engagamvi-.l I AiiUilcClub, where the patrons wee amused and dellght.tl lo Kitch us a I I calypMsan) invtnti nil calypaoes on th> spur ol Uw %  Tuking liberties with I gush language, and twisting the ptniiunciatioii of a word jipoaa But that. prUbHi^' %  •* for a his debut with a sorg BBUM -Marv. I am Tired ami DiispItU I. Don't Botl Any M lor my BNtkl Th %  '" (and K He completed the season on ing wave of popula: it>Once established, he was m great demand. He sang (01 dent Truman when he Cumuto Base, on the Island. Amur,; Othfl he COtcrl were former world heav> boxer, Joe Louis, and film star George Raft. He also sang %  1 ;dod. By the Ume 1946 cam. Lord Kitchener had gai! coveted title "King Calypso 'i Trinidad." It was then his thoughts turned to Britain—and ttu lions who had never even hear I calypso—'a ready-made public just waiting to be educated." And so Lord Kitchener l The passion lor calypso grew at last In England to introd.. up with him. After leaving strange rhythm of the calypao. school, he went to Port-of-Spaln He has achieved considers.' < and cntiTcd i trade, cess and has wo ked in a numbtr that of blacksmith. But .til thd of dUhrsnt night-clubs, althou ;.i , n tune half-formed songs and lyriost he says rather sadly, that he LUI .!,*..,. k *P* funning through his mind, t,, "tOtM down'' his songs someLOR1I KI1 III -----IM win • u. naiii>till ivi iliww i.\i.. .. of course, is part of the lascma(p ^ Th|f iavi m dolng (he job ^ ou( to d lion of calypso sinking; BM 0Q v what is coming : m ha think up bis own lyrics—he also composes. the tune as he goes along. Two of his latest com| ,1 ihe Cold In tiio lor Me KlU-h V...S hflril In AritnJ, % % %  II ha was InU music—in fait he was quite Viflen U irvubi. ..Hiltaacher .at imitating the strumming of a guitar in class • at last he i enough coinage to approach the VUI 11 >\ •u l\\ Court of Oriliiu rj al 11.01* a.m. NsfeM Band al -i I'hillp's %  al al 4.30 P in Mobile t ILi.i \\ lllHIN 1'ai.turp, ( l.riit (hur.h j| 7.38 p.m. MADK A CHOICE IF thev chose the first they had to face the eeing a large number of Tories and Socialists returned on a minority vote because of the effect of a third Liberal candidature. If thev chose the second, they had to face 'he fact that they could not be regarded as a party capable of providing an alternative Government—a very damaging thing for i.ich candidates as they did decide to run. So they have chosen the first alternative -,d are to fight some hundreds of seats. How will they fare? I ao not myself doubt that there are lw., sentiments which are strong in Britain today ; First, a great deal of Liberalism survives. | Second, there is a large body of opinion which data not want the country to be carried far', the* along the Socialist road, but which to afraid of a reversion to the lethargy and in-1 adequacy which marked Conservative Gov-1 ernmentl in the inter-war years. Indeed. I am not sure that the largest party in Britain today is not the party of men and women who look with very doubtfulgeyes on ( tlw prospect of either a Socialist or a Tory victory. If that large body of opinion could be pertuaded that the Liberal Party had a chance, a ical chance, in this election, the result might, well be spectacular. There might be a big. Liberal revival. If it cannot be so persuaded, it will be reluctant to throw away its votes on candiIL!. it thinks have little hope of success. That, fur the Liberals, is the crucial issue. What follows from this? It follows. I think, that the Liberals will do either very well, or very poorly. For them it is a case of either Caesar or nothing. BALANCE OF POWER THERE cannot. I conceive, be any real '. alternative to make or break this time. And whether it will be make or break depends i upon the estimate which public opinion forms as to the prospects of Liberal candidates. If the surviving Liberalism of the country, or that frame of mind which dread.-, the alternatives of Socialism or Conservatism, thinks that the Liberal Party has no chance, then the alternative dreaded the ;• between Socialism and Conservatism, will be chosen, and the Liberal Party will fade from the scer.e. Thenis. however, another possibility in which some believe. If the election result is close, as between Socialists and ConservI to possible that even a small Liberal Parliamentary' Party might hold the balance of power in the new Parliament. KEEP IT ALIVE IF the balancing power were wisely exerctoed, il would tend to keep the Liberal Partyalive, and events might provide the opportunity for further attempts to win the country back to what was once a great historic party. Both the bigger parties are worried by the Liberals. The Tories would, if they could,; wipe out the Liberal candidates, for they want an undivided anti-Socialist vote. The Socialists welcome Liberal candidates ,vide Mr. Morrison's Lewisham speech)—because they think that where there is no Liberal candidate most of the Liberal votes would go Tory rather than Socialist. Liberal voters think that the Socialist Security aspects of the Socialist programme have been realised in this present Parliament, and that, in the next, it is large doses ol further nationalisation with which the Socilaists would doctor us. The Liberal mind shudders at the idea of the Omnipresent State; and with reason. SPIRIT LIVES BUT whether the Liberal Party does wcl. or ill, of one thing I am sure. The Liberal spirit, which desires social justice without the Socialist accompaniment of the straitjacket, which thinks that the masses should be properly treated without necessarily making life impossible for men as individuals, which desires to reconcile the demand for social security with the preservation of peru-edom-that spirit, I say, will live. i that should die in England, thert t. I'.iinl. I'rol.il A I'rfsrrir niih BERGER PAINTS LASTIKON rUMANENT GUO ,, INl I.ASTIKON WHITE lint M I'tlM I.ASTIKOV Kill IIXIM Kill)) ,,, IN PERQI'ITE MARINE WHITE ENAMB OFAQt'E WHITE INDERCOAT .obllUraU, Blart ;„ PROMEt M SILVER AUMlNlij, "" PROMEl'M METAL PRIMER I prrvrab rani EBONITE BIT! .MISOt < BLACK BERVAR VAC1IT VARNISH MATHOIL FLAT WALL PAINT DISSEAL WALL PRIMER SEt'TRALIij. " HOIR' FIRNITLRE LACQUEI tag RIX Rl It Nil IRALI/.I:R "taw, WILKINSON HAi.NES CO., LTU, Succ* •*.. C S. PITCHER & CO.. LTD Phone.: H-.t & I68t E t%mmm Tm-Bmg (?**\ •IV 7/ mmiiwwr You Vhvsv Fine* I 4nnl BACHELOR'S P.EAS— lOj-oz. tin BACHELOR'S PEAS—19-oz. Iin .., ICING SUGAR, per pkg. CASTER SUGAR, per pkg. MANX OYSTER STOUT, per Dot. RED CHERRIES IN SYRUP. 15-oj RED CHERRIES IN SYRUP. 30-oz. tin PALETHORPE'S MEAT ROLL, per tin PRUNES IN SYRUP, por t.n j. VIENNA SAUSAGES—per bot. HEINZ 57 SAUCE, per bot. ANCHOVY SAUCE, per bot. STANSFELD. SCOTT & CO.. LTD. WAWA'AVAVAV/AV,'/.V.V// 'S*WSSSS/f/M kept running throuRh his mind. "itcalypso was never Ia*. what, in order lhat English people from can understand them. In 19H< I hti lira. He has recently composed Calypso m si hli homo calypso which Adelaide Hall sin*.* Amr.a. and afttr wlnnlBl in the Urn "N;ght and the Cttj it thought It nough and ^1 pnaanl is busily engaged iiigarst in making recordings lor H M V mi tttair own ground Rla first Lord Kitchener is quite happy in England, but he admits he would cjlike to return to Trinidad someire, where he was an Instant uctime "Just to show them that I Lag calypso in Britain" His ambit ior. for the future—ti keep on singing calypsoes, and "maybe to grow rich through my tinging He had this to say about the future o( calypso in England tagUsh people I ing on to calypso very graduall' t think lhat in about a year's time people will realty begin to understand what it i* all about. DA COSTA'S OFFERS The LARCKST STOCKS o( GENTS' SlITINfl in Barbados for Your Selection, and .11 .1 •• raa-DEVALUATION PRICES: OF SPECIAL IKTMSSS1 %  ALL-WOOL ENGLISH TROPICALS 58" wk. Prices Ranging from $4.66 lo 56.08 on !•" Extra Fine WORSTED SUITING in Dark Sa* at $7,911 uer yard MAKE YOlll SELECTION From DA COSTA & CO.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT.m working very hard to make people all over Brilaln unuerstand an.i agaj ot are millions who would not care greatly my country'" I I 9 LH4.I Expr^w. Service Ol II III AIUKN SAY: %  'ay l.iss.i s Or >lakll With -Seroncl Best" To The Editor. The Adrocsfc the kindness : ZSi abd I the Hould like t, pporne. i twsasa. • L V WAl KKH John lary 2, 1849 %  %  a Mil i ai i ,.-'.','.:. .n| SO, she m., ing do" with the M %  Omi*Mian SIR.—I want to make a corrac tion in connection with the A4T> HU-.I fttirne. repor' visit to St. Lucy's Almahouw o KtMitt Stiffly I aa i. • IssynM UN innui'.cs out of a day loan v.hat nol the type of the wrongly L,I_,I ^ ini i 0 f psychological ignorance could normslly be had on foot, bird-eye view sign* wstM had to pedesUians who n-ve and hosplUUty ol The same applies to cyclisu. and us of an appros d in accidents, beian onl) be seen caussj there are very few. if nv. — Men ih, IrJ.'rhfettaV """" "' '""^ '" 3SSulrT. „ ...viduai BarTnp aaglltr part ckies :ionc of those streets that hat any accident occurred HI -using." anTramc !" I .. '.os As to pedestn : thai trucks anil SSgECT PIIOSI I l: I > I CREAM OF WHEAT PUFFED WHEAT PEP QUAKER OATS JlKl'S: PINEAPPLE JUICI ORANGE JUICE STRONG MINTS BARLEY SUGAR GOLD BRAID RUM J & R BREAD CROWN DRINK-i THESE VH '•' D ggSfI*K iSERT " D 5 ...Ha. 'WDERS ...our. TAPIOCA m.s PRUNES „_-ga CUSTARD PO" 1 CAM 9 SWEET***! MEAT DEPT. BREADS. frcdi VegeUblee PaHf _ COD FILLETS, MA. K Phone GODDAUDS TOD*' '. %  .•----.-.•.-.-.-.-.-.•,-.•.'.'.-,-.-,-.-.-.-.•.-.-.-.



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-rr fID-*V FI.BKI AKY ISM THE BARBADOS ADVOCATf Yesterday Chief Judge fas Bright Allows Appeal Tells Wife Bring Fresh Cote I £* n 'he *J throujf yllcn Ith .. only and Irnnlhl < i n Clarke ol %* %  •> 3. J^„, Court of inio use. Appeal. This Court had ordered .day on Wedi the up aa he was ordered to do in [I li'-C by ;> i J < M rhe Chief Judge found that an n both (increase in the amoui lhal fano**'"'. Had not been CraJafall return! rare: CH: 1 "I". m s i r iCT j 14 "•' ml ordered -A. low. ...H! ad' Clarice Clarke, to seek lenal ;i< %  .11 c.ise ;f | I % %  : .enec. %  .ncc Clarke nppeared in per%  OD, while Oolvln Clarke was represent ed by Mi or, inttructcd wood & c Tho Chief Judge giving his deRUBOn Mid: Derision '"This appeal arises mi! i>( ., complaint brought In spnurient under Sectum 3 of the %  seeking an imii M> TtM case was tried by ihe Police rate and there was an appeal to the Assistant Appeal which Court iston inInal order which bad been made in April, 1947, from 3> i week to 9 a week. The matter now comes I point of only. The Ael nyi that in nieh .! %  • toon iM>fore the Court \ may be made it the a %  %  %  creased in amount original order, or that her i means hnvf* decreased and th;it she is in ;i worse poiltton than %  fore. The 111 the amounl from :. to 5/a week, and Ihe I Appeal living : conllrmin %  'i nflu..rtly by the fad that one child of the man. slays with the apptUai of working ega, ami partly by the fact 'hat Blthough 'he appellant's income from Ins trade penter is now roughly .. hi a the order wai made, his true financial position, Including his house and lanf the case. But I may be pardoned foi ing that the amount ordered i:i i ;s to my mind as ridiculously low as are some of niposcd by ma, in certain cases. One would have thought that at least 10/a week for a man earning $2.00 a day and possessing land and properly, Would not bi sive for him to pay in support of a wife atid child, because as the matter stands, it is his duty to support his wife and child |i|ort his %  hildren ng to the : %  the Chief Judge said; "My ad<>u is to go and see a tin blind fre-sh ease %  ce Th. appeal must he eUOW Chief Judga ended Tin complaint Is dismissed arttnoul proid as the point was not taken in eilher of the Courts bel>c no order as to costs The I %  peter %  %  ( parti. SI uhn 43 ; vhien blfOW Prcsenlini; Amu. n g insuie the car he distbat it v. and noi the iKQUUtll (k eWrt far ;i>c Po" %  gat nude M irom England through It is onh Uw ix which holds %  %  ggafr* I l nd that to >. gaiters, be I for abou: jgsy he will %  to :: bare never p any other part of the are used %  nut thai whal Is more the i %  i COMMISSIONER ol PoVilchel.n, % % %  I tt CO-*i|;< i %  'immedidteU LVI Mil MJUOI SIMMONS %  • bei-n placed in charge of %  pr Franklyn has lak ne Harbour Polh now act%  -. %  < forming Mijor's Iran I MNH tnt repuiied bj i %  BB taken e at the above %  between li .la p 0.1). on Tuesday. PAVILION ki %  j now being leo. i Jdd the A I M conipletuig the I 1 %  i PAGE Fl\ E E 19 SEEN 111 Commandei W M Wynne, H.N with full milr louae Into the launen •ilalia"' Brin-s 233 Tourwts lying from mar %  luxury lm. port yesterday morn% %  %  Might -"33 tout rldently In n good mood for spend im, %  lea of clothing and noul Ihe day. fj %  u s >n then beta all QUed h with l loth that Ihcv local %  ... %  %  eel with t mintr> Tour mtry tour organIno was Hies and lakmsj .. ware some %  %  %  expecti I to return it will ha on a almluu ei utni sailed last night for I-i %  cao, Jamaica. Havana then hack to New York. Formerly as pas• ican ime. the %  Line and yesterday paid visit to the island. 11 a gross tonn IKC %  tons and net %  %  Ltd. %  I 18. roo ^'HF \ 1 NI irti haana. tired nd dp;e***d. ih* retfin u iltji >twr blood n ihin anj sals vtuhoui .n,Mi|h red btood-tforputcics %  jnd >ow %  .%*-. jrc -rtk -fid undcrnoumhrd New real be* Whji *ea od ,<. a toune of 'Sanaloitn' Nerve ." gat .t.mhifrn Ihe 1*0 reai hod^-huiW.nilood*—orfiiUcptHMphonii lad prOMn % .*-!> huild t.p r>B* red conMile* la uiur N.XKJ -nd f<*d vout weakened nervet. il*. t.l!mg >.mr body ith m-f^ilou(K-.ulti*. health jndhjppir,on a course of 'Sanjlogcn t.id J>. On MU ... ^^ ,*„ rrMi>rt\ health, yooth aad < it a lit v .mi. .irm tt „(. \tRit: mm FOOD Ik, awrf VJ-.H„ m*ir—rnaatal. I %  >rk,ml MM '"* Marge.HC.,,,, buried ..! 1 Commander Wynne war a seaman, he loved the" HARRISON 'S -fiROAD ST. \OH l.\ SIOI K AT KEENLY COMPETITIVE PRICES Construction •* %  ) %  %  * Staff Arrive For New Runtvay 3 Jamaica us pawitn florescent iighting .' 11 frinco Henry si between [ 1 by Mr al Wiiiuiui Plantation and ^^^"U>ne Crawford ol I**** a by Mi \> \ i5" r ourne '" %  ?* % % %  '-> 'ryl Kill of T" xmaaad, P^MTlos 0 f bor( b %  Public %  *T* Hui ., regular lie-. a L" lhc "1 *d carerull) %  a w* llta V B 111 the 1 *SM \l an 1 MM. Two Enifiiierrs ,.j Messrs J. N. Co.. Mr. Tom : -Vl-lri:.! Ih twelve skilled workmen, mainly 1 lived late ng by a Special lirfht of B.W.I A Iron TrinWad. They have come up to unload I bringing the beavj equlpmani which will lie used in struetion of ihe new runway at Sea well. Also arriving to-day are Mr. Bill Robinson, who is in charge ol theconitnwtion and Mr. Hill Bennett, EiiKineer in choree of Haniman's construction Dept. They expect to have the equip3eaU .n two or three dayj unli seen cirruinstances hinder ihe unloading of the ship. i oill \\ VI1I1.' M It I IV 1-- vrcngg. w wuu .u.n.Ci. || |M |k \\. CI..-K The death of 1 4 • 1 Agriculture GALVANIZED WIRE NETTING I'.iu \sMirlnieiil "( Widths and Meshes in stunt ranees, suitable Inr Fish Tuts. Fowl Kuns. Hardens. Etr. A Toucan For Luck Reef Gets A Pathway A PATHWAY leading fro.Ti the Reef Pavilion to the main road is now und) The levelling of the out Ac -I iter bnaRi are in m the growth of grass on many • %  the tare lavatories have been nstalled. BRITISH GUIANA cricketers have a toucan for a mascot which the present team now touring Barbados have brought along with then.. Mr. C. I.. C. Bou the team told the "Advot Qkfday thai the idea came to him thai they ibould have a mascot and he thought tl very attractive British Guiana 1 pose. With the help of. the Hon'ble Vincent Roth. Curator ol the British Guiana Museum, he was able to seen 1 • Thin : liion •A the bird H well known u 11 appears on the %  means Hi., | gal tender for good spoil The toucan or bill bird is the largest if not the most gorgeous of of toucan found In British •; ilana. It is not in%  well km. '.MI in the South Ameiican jungle. Weather Cock n British Guiana allege it to be a reliable 1 as it always utt< call Just l~ I Its great bill is of a rich orange colour with an ovid black pah though a I it bird to api m captli >ther West and known 1 mascot. II Is I crocodile which If Trinidad with the Jamaica team. 400 Tons M'tal Goefl lo PurrtoRiro D with 2M> ton iron and 150 ton Puerto Hico. Ihe motor vessel "Arocosta" saile' %  came : Commander C C Di populai Qgura ftad seen BCOOn a: tiallipol %  a landing party The %  '-ii the ranks of %  : %  a ler Dix when the ne ras introduced whereby van debarred from Milnice. In contrast to rus predecessor in office Com Wynne Sclent. He was already acquainted pass but it was the ways oi lailOl hunself .. i; time and with i> possible made himself 1I3 understood bj all who nesi %  >'. the Hs Shipping Hash to tiuty was built on the tradition of the Royal frail could the ind nelt h 1 kg health For tmi ha awarded the Membership 1 %  llntish Empin few month? ionk-ui.it it th* MJ with the not 'i sail 1 lingering Ulrtess at the ag> sorrowing widow to mourn her (offSk To her and OUM %  Ay the AdVoraU • t sympathy. Elrctrifily (ills Jump Lamp Salefi riiK ontinuoui electricit) cuts asted the sales of lantps. 1 told 'he 'hat there %  i purel) %  kdow n ochan usual %  Though 1 liuyers, a Steady :. head. There is an average .supply of chin l thai -fore people are tlty m securing who has not found the electric cuts any disadvantage is the kerosene oil dealer. One dealer said that he DA more oil • last week lhan durins % %  lighting. %  %  1 li 1 %  Thu locall) heinir manufactured %  and Wei, ; The other two H. Valgntln. %  enable members of th. %  %  • set-up, agriculturally speaking, ihe other islands in the aiea, lo HO .uKi.wnpai, Thej hat Ahirh laland 10 Barba,!,,,. ; '"T Ihe Central l.ivi GALVANIZED BARBED WIRE 2-Ply Wire — I points. 'A inches apart. In oils of 56 ft. — approximate length 675 ft. I CAST IRON SOIL PIPE In all standard lencths up to a feet. \l-.i 1 HINDS. III!AN*'IIIIS clc. SANITARY WARE . including . Wt PANS, WASH IIASINS. BIIIKT PANS. CANE ,111.1 mim TK.M'S. mid the Popular ( .si l,„n NIAGARA" CISTERNS lll,l:in, niir QUOTATIONB before Buying Klseuhrrr %  I Dial 2364 :• li„|,r,-ss,.|| Mr All. dona mi !" coa ui ] work iM.'iiii; iiom were a bit djaappot ird to peasair inch they saw Trinidad seemed to have plent> ol Jamaica :l ,, v peasanl It wa> li had onl> Mr. Alkn responalbla iiHllidmt C 23 Years V llarlMd.e. \,|, ,..,„. I.!,,,,.,, HARRISONS HARDWARE DEPT Dial 2364 %  'ueen the Jamas ; Jtail. that in Jan Agncultup research. Trie them by %  Mi v a la nt ln* There %  r Bten S. , Mr AlkiTison said. 1 him wei. %  %  : % %  B % %  nirim Alulltf ariUI 1^,1'iw tlien, ,•. agricultural orneej i .mo which ,111111,] The Superviaor %  I each ai< n a .sort ul haisoi. Mr. Atkii rturnma to %  3. msi ** 1 >i Hoaau r mmi SKIN IIS lm in, I I %  and ,• I much What itruck ui %  %  I national 'lone much 1. so thai we ,„„ kn 111 Jamaica. |i 7 T.B. CASES REPORTED I'liberculosis a lied for Ihe month of January, ADJOURNS INQUIRY Trevor J %  McLeod ( has been %  try B. PIGEON CHOW GOAT CHOW two of Purina's best and obtainable from H. JASON JONES & Co. .Lid-io.„ fcoed s. To Scouts and Guides Some things you are always on the lookout for: COMPASSU .,, „ 97e. & j,,,, < 1 MI n --I iv ,,. Ill ( KSM Ks -I M mm --( in 1 DUMB •,. ::i, llr, & 8c. <•! IDl: DIAHIIS r> 38c. I \MI(IITS ea. $12.91 CAVE SHEPHERD a co. ITD. 10. II. 12 & 13 Broad Street



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HUD mtfAOT I is.-.n —-— —-^^____ in CLASSIFIED ADS. i"'^.m MO M O, And Pa !" THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE Wlthom riralt. M rut "^^-'ff """ %  *•* *" Kahla. ltnini beach, from March I'hoe |7. • i.ar-. r B %  '.:!, -^UB. -barspjpflNG ADVOCATE Crana COM*. !nii\ %  I fr^'x^Li^*-"~ !" n. November; Dacttnfetr. Ml M n. '• M 25 •**" %  MIM by -Mtmma OUT M c.d4 tra I • M rrMnA No ,*av.oui csjm.r.,. NOTICE I* PAVNK Do„ U ,, ,_ ,_ 11 -*• NOTICE • nirk may %  art .., i, E*hfittM at Qua*,, %  %  'aw anrmoo.i i %  • o* paid than A fn 4(*f mJd-du "ha Aciia^itwiii' Sorm 13 SO l-l DIED %  fbgutiAH FnZOE-'ALU. |E* Hnld-* Land ..i 1 3D |> m -fiend* -<* — *l -in, IwlMi MM D Clark*, drcnt. .'• 12.30 v ,... I S.OTT t ll.ii-Hff, It*). ,,., ..... i %  11 urwuiioti School PW^hJonw, In i Relations Strained I-ONDON. n Th* French Ambaaaadur m Ix,n%  lon, M. Rane Mau.li. called this morning on Sir William Strang i-ormanwjt head of the Fortifi. lor ihe second lime n three Jayi. In usually well-informed quarters here .it was understood that he wished to discuss possible French reactions to yesterday's Soviet n of the French Government's protest note against Soviet leeognition of the rebel Communist regime of Ho Chi Minh in IndoChina. The possibility of a complete break of diplomatic relations between France and the Soviet Union was to-day being freelv discussed .n diplomatic quarters here. It was considered that the developments of the past 48 hours have strained relations between Moscow and Pans almost to breaking point. Observers here believed that British advice would be against a total breach It is known that Britain has consistently favoured maintaining normal diplomatic u>lations wherever pOaWDM —Ittuler. V///,',V,V,V,W/// AW PAGE SEVEN "' *• **amin.iH<>i. %  'I 'I •,: %  i prwent ih.omwU'*UNOER THE SILVER HAMMER %  of Ml*. Tar-nce A D **f**birj Crn\#t MM Mna • P m %  •' %  BJIC" 0>U Mn -Jw % % %  '-0 I' ' U4iy if "' M OPt' %  %  I J.I Dia**' 1 ^, Jfn. Tony. Grvia %  —^'.-, [OraA i hildrni a i -•(. bV order r Mr. i. Ail ii. ltd T*Wr ROAM with Sptlnc C>L*I„ Mahognny: CBrprt. Elrr Hgn, \wdrih Ch.ln. Hound T\ { 2tt£^£21'" ;. V s -'W^Sd bid. Mlrivc Twin lUaio BdM>,>di Slmm^iSurirjo "lid Bod.. .,1. i ..:mod r^p and DTVMIIK T To Cupboard. Cabinet %  i 8 ove. TTiree llurnei %  Hoi pi.w I : %  %  Wd ohr rtem. fc.ie ii %  oV!*|< T„ m c,h BRANKKH. TKOTMAN A < o AurtlonMr. a j SO—jn **ooJ on rr*Uy ifS rebr..e7'.7 !" : m tor -vatninAiion WOOD OODDARH. P^mnhlal Tre*n>.-w. Ct, r .-I Chu-vh REAL ESTATE On tit Mewly nnudnicird 9 A|([>1> L \ %  PI %  MBI 3.2 SO2n 0\ m.blic .-omi^tltion at our Ofll %  t m FtkUy Ihe 10th PI ruan i* a t j p m -MAI-TACattiew^.i, saint Jowpn conUlnin K rrdroonu Tt* dwelling hou*V la lu furnWhed Wale. 4 electric .ervice .Hailed. Inapectlon on application ln premliea For further particular! I1TCH1NSON* St BANFIELO. 31.1.60— lOn aaalji %  THK BAKYANfl" With the la,.., tncreio. containing 4 Acre* 2 Rood!. 31'.St Michael. Umllr -uitsble for dvclopmcnt as a Building Eatatc. Inapactlon any day except Sunday* helwee.1 the noun of S 30 a.m. and 11 M a.m and 4 p.m and C p.m. on appn cntion to Mr. Ronnie Gttlatu on 0M premlaaa. Dial 37TI. Tho above property will be Ml up for Sale at our OfBca No IT High Stree BrldgWowii, on Friday 3rd day C f lebruai-y 1S90. al 2 p.m. For furthar particuUr. and Condltwnof Sola, npply to tha under.i-i-u COTT1.E. CATFORU g, CO.. 10 I M—Un LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The -oollcaalion of |. luifWf „. i dw of Uquor ta> •rranted to him in iopr>: % %  >hoo atlach*-. %  ni a board and ihlnV **• SLUfy •• nwrall-i Ro*d. Chru. ";""* *'tu r..:oa h ijj^ d.oi rabniary isv Pruir* MwMrai-. r>K A %  igasd] LAungHCK ggggr, H B Thu upplleal %  %  POlice C %  *" "L"' i r...... LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE —lion of MANNING A I I.I M Pur Hr.nl. St Muh.wl „< ,. mbuoat t.. .oil Spint. M.,H Uuu>i*. lu -: wall |innl>n .>t Pier Hi 1>MM thia IM day of Febi.t-r> 1*50 To H A TALMA. E-q PoUco Magistrate, Din A C. P EVn.VN ., _, for A. H O rru, appUraXion HI be conod cred M a Ucenalng Court to lw lirH :, Dlat A", on \t.fT.l t'tr 13th U> erf February ISM at II o'clor M A TALMA %  J? !£ RT **oow %  Mary_M I^wt fc seh Moi. I 5" %  w *%  **** d -. 'i v T Uudalpha. *b muiip H David-* %  • *IVAXS •* %  %  Alcoa Patrtot. 4. (.15 torn net PWttariawilaB AS Italia. iaST> '.. %  "H. orutK>ii ntF4ai *> A ^ BM r,. **"• "K Cronay at Co m _: • Italia. I7.MT ton* •>#•. Capt U '' '---*--.'-'-'-'.-.-. -,-,'---,', '.',*,',--*. ADVOCATE STATIONERY for NEW BOOKS NOTICE IN TOUCH WITH BARRADOS COAST STATION : %  .:.. %  rot i CABIX and Wtralea SIM tnai the>i_. naeaaa with the following w ( p* the%r Barbadoa Coa .SlTt on g S I'eiroa. S 8 Dolor*. J O \-n Pic Oameo. S 8 Elalla. g S Beawil. B 8 Cor. S S l^ r r ??•:•• Auricula. SB. RDvarte.k s s Point Acoru. 8 S 1 m %  .8 8 Latlru^ Tradei rentina. S II s I -o Al ll.i LWanLa. 8 S %  %  '''lengar. 8.8 l> v n n I I Southern , I -niter. 8 g P and T i 'Hi-r. U S guee, Apollo. 8 s Km Dale Deiin LOST nil \n LOST l^\HRING Reward orTared for Ol Ions cut Steel Rarring I • .b ..nd Cra*wi P%  %  I S SO—t W VM III '.'eloek. i T A Police Magtatrat.' | HELP PAVINO i;UK8T. In a quiel. prlvat. i %  % %  payini rj Dill 3S3S I : %  50 tin BISHOPS HIGH SCHOOL TOBAGO Applications ere Invited tor :— () CIMlcal Master (pre/erably honours Atfrte, capable r teaching Latin and English to Higher Certificate standard lb) Selenee Master capable of leaching Chemistry. Physics MU Biology up to Higher Certificate standard. Salary in each case 12.180 — $2,880 per annum. Apply to Archdeacon F. J. STREETLY. B.A.. Scarborough. Tobag" 27.1.80 IS) O^UIJULH^ tin DuVrle Kale. Roberi Mme. A rim 0 (amuliell. Cliford \ klrwon. John TTuimiu£\-n: ilmi.uiin. AllamW. i lOhn gdeat, Ituwl Keanar. Jerrnu.ii lliouiu. Mary Urooka. David Ur....... Uxhael On-.... r'thri Cumay. Thorn.. I II Jamaa Murra*. Janet Murrn>'. l.--i OraaL Naal Vtdal. Angela goto. HraaWrieli Muddinun.. Gather Muddiman. HaroL.i .iiieti. Humphrey Allainby. Ihomai M.'lean. Hubert Dolun. Hush Frue .label PaiXi:. | rtwodora w B i.h, DrucilU L*wta • Mr ttaan waMieii. ataai i uril -todrisuea. Mr ftttar, ... t Wallbftdae. Mr niir II Hill. M Mra Dali M-.r,. j H nrtt Doau * la, Ke: SHIPPING NOTICES 'tiJf Fletclier. Jaaak I ittta Schenrk, UaaUicr HawMltia %  .Cotbln, Ar.l Mary laird. Vernon lefcaajater. Uye From St. Lucia; Nathan Btlakv. John P atbaurna Uaotandat Kan ^ fLmi Munal Railev JaaaH I'm*. Antnoi> 'Hi.. Louie. Denaiuti Piette Maflel rjr, Gary TUrnar. Julian Baai. •Y.i'i lintu.li .. Georg* Caniarho. Chai 'tobart Ctimiin.it. Hr>.iiHord McWatl, Narmon Wight • iSht. Arnuld Wislit. (> Mwyn Hollo*. Glandon ParaaiaL Berk* DIPABTl'BgB — It* It W.I A I ,>r Trtiiidad: Mr Ralph luff an. Mr I Mlaa Dora Ihbaaann. c F Mr R-h-iM k. %  vera. Mt ItannM'.e Stlvc-u JO. St Kittv Mr tf THE iiiiderugned will act up for tale by public competition at hli Offc. Jamaa Street. Bridgetown at ; o'cloik two .toned certain mewiage or dwell-1 Inghouaa and iliop situate at Tudor Street, liridgetuwri. togalbai with tht r6g Hiuare feet of land u > On the lop floor are Hi bedroom', Bath A ipatioui vard iultBOND to the back of aald '•I :i.-i-..ii.n, Dtai tan H i' ab^ lor pran laaa 3g. For all | dltlom of tale apply rtlcuUi. and cor .jdFto. D. IJX 8ABOFANT. SOI If II or a.l .30-31 ELDERS & FYFFES LINE T.S.S. "COLKI'I'O" will .irrivc from England at 8 a.m. on Saturday -Itli Ft biu.n y. and will leave the lame evenini' for Trinidad. further information apply to WILKINSON St IIAYNES CO.. LTD., Agents. M1KMIAM UlbllOPg COURT .landing on H,) aqu feet of land. The houae conUina drawing -HI., .vttli covered varandah and umal ofTVcea. two badroom< witbj i -I ana arltk dra>:i's room. attached. Toilet and Bath upstair*. Two "I. i„il and bath,i tg> and • Canadian National Steamship.SAIL'. MONTKXA1. * (hH Gilded HBMatn Co* r, % %  • waett tuna Dial 7 5CHANICAL ACCESSORIKS— Her. u laadu*. Oanl* and Yuulha%  •. pedal., brake rubber* %  *at> Garage P. 31 I U n llercula. mivr. Kira. or 1. ID sraan and in black 0.. Ltd Dial **1t IS II t fn SSi^xtous MH.s;. >s BHHR1 %  7 -. CapA T ^••ajga Street Dtai 4100 1 t.50 SfiZy !" n ln.ul nr*. ^^ % %  -J '" dooni aaeurrd by PJ_ Suiublc for office or BiS.. -'*"' reeorda. Contact fj !" * SONS .n-doai Ltd _* Tur Trl. Sun. t f n 1ASS Si-, ihle I B0Wardrobe it" Mirror* Alan .heet glaee Mirror. %  1 2 30-3n !" and over daHvarod 1 >*lanutM>n : 503n ._ Re.t O-idr %  r?!" t x,m •"<• •* %  •* %  HAJt.NFS 4 Co Ud 11 I *ld Car Trraa TM a, s • Ml 9SB -._ %  BM V^ "i i*W*"* Ma^_ AII .• --* !" r %  ipectlon on application to Mr. it B RJI.I-,.,1. i Dlal-3471 The abova will be Ml up lo public eon petition at the offlre of th* under%  Igned on Friday the ITIh da>of Fabrtirary ISS0 at 2 p.m. CARRINGTON .V MALT l.\rK.r COUNTRY rlERIDGNOE alandlog in well kept prlvata ground* cote to lown. 3 large double bedrooti.*; draaatng rooma. (lining room, lounge. verandah* Modern toilet and root>ing l..ciiitte FlemuUfui funuUS* etc Available lor 8 montha frotr. Apr.I |gl DIXON It BLADON. Re-1 Fatata AgaNita. Aoctloneera aiul Sur\e>ora. riantat|on BtiUdtaeg, Photw 4040 3 2 10 — li> l-Al>'. RODNB1 LAPV .NK1.BUN LADY NELSON NORTMBOl NI. UDV NELSON l.ADV HODNXY IADV NXLBON I-4J1Y RODNEY UUV NEIAON AND OENERAI. STORK St Malthiaa Gap. KaitlngAn opportunitto arquirr a pleaaant well built two arid a profitable buliiei Ilthlnd the ahop there l .< %  . pantry etr. Upstair* ate l bedrooms, harlhmom and toilet There la a shragc and large fenced yard Thu "rnpartv mv be obtained for modarate f.gur DIXON %  BLADON. Real Batata \ .llinieeii and SUrve)or PlartUUona Building. Phon* 4040 3 I, %  •> in IXgrrON ON gCA —Naar OUUn. A. .ttmctlve Maaide bunaalow built rlafel nn to tandy noach -Ith eKoelWnt bathlns titan le a wide fnnt v<-andah eatondlns the entire frontage. bedrttoRu t3 with waah baalnst. larg; L haod lounge with rocktaJI bat urn ii. I'ar.ige and aBrvanU' ouartert rnQulr 1 — lnvlt-rl DIX"N ^ PI AD-iN Real Ebt'le Aganti. A'irtftnaara an-i urvaor. PlanUHonBui Id i.-. Iivn. N*—Suolecl to change without notice. All vessel! filled with cold Sloraaa rbambars. Paiaanaar Fates aud freight ralaa oo application to :— GARDINER AUSTIN Tnc MV DAXHU(M>D .scapt Cargo and Passenger* St Lucia. St Vincent. Cm Aruba. tailuig aatunl.> naary Tha achooner hlltlDA L ii sawapt Cargo and Paaeengee* lor Trinidad. sailing Saturd..% ttfa I .1.1 _o. %  ui'iMl-niA tarU %  •: i i'.. aaagagg Mi %  n W I SCHOONIl ASSOCIATION INC Tel 4047 2nd Fabiu-i Snlr-Contd MISCELLANEOUS rjAIUlF?; IIO^E1 in it in and in perUI low prtces DUI 43*1 Rirtesy Garage. 3 GARAOB EOUIPMENT EJVO Trol.e %  H-kela i]', to IV tonal. Blow.Torchci Crow bsti. Pllars. acrrwdrl van. end and Socket wrench** Dial Courtesy Garage 31 1 5ftn AUTO ACCKSgOMXg Cham.,.'laihara. dm! cloth. WUM and Potiihei Tbnk lock) tUS and bgllah Car. Trurksi. 31 1 10 g] HHO\lW\l Sore Mouth Loose Bloody Tooth Hli-edlng tluma. 8ora Mouth and l^o-e Teeth mean that you ha< I'yorrhaa, Tranvh Mouth or parh.))%  OBM l*d dlaaaae that will aoonar or ialer causa your teeth to fall out ami %  nay also causa Rheumatism and Heart Trouble. Amaaan -tops gum bleeding tha first day. end* aora mouth .II>) .|uT.-kly tightens the teeth. Iron i Ud rtwrantf r Amoaan rnuat maka % %  our mouth well rind save your teeth or money back oa return of empty l i .Unix, toAmosan rtr Pr or r k c a— Trvnth M & • t k EVERYTHING YOU WANT wi U irv %  BE APCEAj: RKASONADIX I'lllCK good poliils ang many will lind in the (.„ it raaggeag %  i.ow root it NEWS FLASH! JUST warn BED-TICK %  r 4" wide in 1 qntuOM PW*. Black and While, Blur mil Pink HJal and Per Yard THANI'S 'r. Wni. Mry. Si, IH.,i MM t ygaj j More .',3 BM Bl lUllltl' t\ Bflgggft, I M< I M llumliat glggg SaxtlghlgtftrM I tiaiiuhi Stan. t> sa > THE SANITARY LAUNDRY CO. LTD. would like to advise their Customers that the Plant has been reorganised and the management changed. We hope that this will give you better Service and that you will favour us with your patronage. IMPORTANT NOTICE DIXON c BLADON Itral I si.*. \i,ni. Au.lionren.—Survi'.ui. QeiBS POD SALE OaSLTOM" 81. Jimn I'KIII. L.'..:i5n MOUEKN CORAL STONE RES1M Wiih Ofounai o/ ApproxsraaMj ISaan <0 :-: I-L4NTATIONM Bill IHS(. bs m ,m s Owing to the frequenl outs in Electric power, we ere temporarily unable lo guarantee delivery of work on a given date. We shall endeavour to meet the demands of our customers, but, meanwhile, ask their co-operation and sympathy in our difficulty. .\OTM %  •; Readers and Subscribers to Ihe BARBADOS ADVOCATE daily ig Advocate Newspapers in Crab Hill, Sprirs] Hall and •urroundinn districts in St. Lucy arc ajked to note that we have appointed Mr. S. G. kUrihlU, Spring Hall. St. Lucy as our distributing Agent, Ken my furth.T information, Dial UZI. ADVOCATi-: CO, LTD. Circulation Dept. ADVOCATE CO. LTD. HARD TO BELIEVE BUT TRli; tiLK.. IIIAWVII \MIIIII FRENCH U.Vf "C1ASCOGNE" sailing to Trinidad and Frencl Guiana r.Ih PlknaOi 150. SalUng to Plymouth ria Martinique and Guadeloupe I2lli February. 1950. Minimum First Clam Only HU.M B.W.l.Cr, JONES & CO.. LTD.-Agents. BARBADOS Versus BRITISH GHANA • AT KENSINGTON OVAL IT IS GOOD VALUE!! SILM1RA CREPE DC CHINE In While. Gold. I'lnk ard Blue al 11.15 par ft. SPUN, RAYON In Hlillf. Gold. Greea a, Brows, al Me. m j*. •Wm LINEN la While. Gre. OaM a taae al 11.2. per yd Creaae Reatti a t and Skraak Prpof %  SSI MATCH: II 0MD MAT far Ihe I ar-Park) DA >'-V TICKETS Al : UNABU Al HAHHlgOMS THK BARBADOS CRICKET ASaUCIATI./N W r. HOYOS. Hony. Sacrelary. A new TAIII.I. M,\H(, lliINK is now available which tastes like, looks like and can be used in place of Table Ruin r nd n has been fortilied i "D". ail lirocer for *./. II -S I'll I 10 TABLE MARGARINE in QM pound wrappers at only Jifl CENTS PER POUND i will see thui it can (ako ihe place of Table Butter.



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)U FEBftl "ARV 19511 •major calamity n G. Flood Situation Well In Hand (Barbados Advocate Cwrip— gift) GEORGETOWN. B.C. Fpb. 2. (--oraeiown five-man "Brains Trust" holding major w ,i the battle against the floods, told a Press C Si this afternoon that the situation was well in hand but ^ed that a breach in the conservancy dams which was tShle over the week-end spring tides would send an PT. (ooi wall ol water rushing towards the coast to cause fFj.i b.mitV." •* blunt questions li-nm newspaper Editors and foreign Press Correspondents, heads cf the rtve departments prtnclpa.Iy concerned made the following disclosures:—The local GovCommlssioner. M. B. I UWt theDistrict Com* %  lerted to form iln: d committees to evacuate residents to churches and schools if floods worsen. The proposal to evacuate *.o is considered unworkable as villagers are unprepared to break up their family ]i! ( > Food distribution centres to be opened In affected areas The ControU-r Ol Supplies and Prices. J Flelcner said that imported foodstuffs wen* being stock-piled to tr and he has extraordinary wide powers to reind direct disposal of • %  -controlled article. The Director of Agriculture; 1 L. D. Cleare said that the exporplantaini ud poultry THE BARCADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE France, LSSK Rift Possible PARIS. Feb. 2 I tBoce today mode a verbal i CtV> the Soviet Inion over L^n recognition of ,no Ho STTinh regime In In fir* to a*pt a formal protest „L vencrday. •?L Conservative evening JZ U Mrtide. which someP -„;. rn ich Foreign mote that France mstder whether to Ambassador fr i n t%g believe.: jme would be against such a RfSCh accordance twn l policy of "keeping Silb of a diplomacy tunui with Earning", gfcfth tflev said was foil gntun"; :• %  : '-,l ' tno Cennl Peoples Government :: CWi. M. Massigli. French r In Lond< iid si :: Foreign Eaaed Soviet reje tlon of the Afsrh note with Sir Snv.j. Permanenl F i % % %  ;n Office Bntuh Foreign S btet Bei through on his wav ick from DM lo-morroM morninir. tgpected to -outer with Poreien Minister Schneiter oar* OP" 11 %  wst no-' Ep -for a certain period'. I §Mtrs Diplomatic Corres\SM "ated Tni 1 diplomatic Can > n l^widon were Ctbf possibility of a complete J£ch of dipl El ,,ri ln ' Soviet was banned and the Department was working o n a $50,000 plan to rehablUtata the farrn lands. Watching Brief The Director of Medical Services, Dr. L. G. Eddy said his dey partrnant was holding a watching brief to prevent typhoid and outbreaks. The Director ol Public Works. H. Symthc aski ed when flood waters will go off the land held out no hope beyond a statement that with good than would '* %  considerable iraprovaraaol In eta dayi [ >!>ening the Conference said it was called to let the public know what action Government ll taking to combat the floods. He %  port of the extent of the flooding from Pomeroon to West| tressed that the -IVU.r Water lTOm ** %  Creek and the Conservjncv were throattnlng the area on three Idai nada no effort to mini dnngar shouio in the Conservancy occur The general level of the coastlands Is 52 leet while the Conser'•i i S 58 feet therefore a breach in the dams would send %  wall of wator wvan to sigW feet mshing down on the coast which would clearly be a majol calamity. Search For [Sorwt C.itizvns \ln U.S. Zone LBERG. Jan. 31 | Major OCDI ... M v irkin, head fgti Soviet Control Commi;;ggere to-morrow i n ; %  10-day I Visit of the AIM ; to search for Soviet Yutkin will %  accom-1 by two senior Sw. According to the latest at th International RiafuOrfuiisaliur 1591 former Soviet citizens I /camps in the ( %  nog last year, the Soviet ion in Frankfurt requested horitief. to i. : its activill work was stud to be looter : %  . %  !. s;i' K -.Her wviet Ambassador Collects Protest Tribute To Villagers He paid tribute to villagers and d than to keep steady '"tiling dams and doing everything to prevent waters from reaching the village*. Wherever the necessity arises. ana will be established but the policy is to give villagers work and the cost will be borne not by villagers but by a special Flood Relief Emergency vote* Whjen tlM Legislature will be aaked to approve Sliould conditions woraan plans are alroudy formulated for are.i %  to deal Witt food distribution and evacuation Summing up the food situation th Controller <,f Prices and Supplies. Fletcher said that steps war* bafng taken to assure that %  % %  wan '-'ii fi-iii^i msh orders were sent to Canada for more dour and potaThe Director of Agriculturo stated he had prohibited the ex%  3. it Lbs French Foreign wrr* Schneiti-i. acting ForftA tad been asked to call m, wnved at exactly .hat 9** "' poultry and plantains, and laic PN Mr Bogomolov %  note of l 'R''' nition %  Governinct %  did not \ that he could not leave The K. I to the S by Mr Bogomolov r with a I he did i -' i a note.'' gFlWfit'x lister during \l Schui illness. gaw invited Mr. Bogomolov Hme to come to see — peuter WPF SPEAKS IN 5 LANGUAGES •wo. ' *: '' Feb. 2. |gH a cercin. n> ,n the Vat1. tJr,! n h "" -Reater. % %  tenl wi tack-piling ea, tannias and other %  %  rehabili-f tale f;trm land %  Cattle Slaughtered Where in.' %  attle were being slaughtered ai.d put in cold storage while the younger animals were being placed on estates lor fattening. TVie Director of Medical Services said dangers lay ahead %  hen contaminated water might I and typhoid. All Sa ni ta r y Inspectors were* engaged in advising villagers on -unitary measures and directing them to the nearest water supply. now to boil water, etc. Nurses, mid wives and health visitors have been alerted to reI qulsition Immediately for blankilk and other necessities for lying in mothers and stocks of T.A.B. injections arc being kept %  Valletta The local branch of B.M.A. also signified the readiness ol private practitioners to give all possible assistance should the neceasi'y arise. To-day was a fairly bright flay with only a few showers but :\t afternoon approached a darks cloud began rising in the eastern — 'By Cable.) E.G. Gold Production Increases LONDON. (By Mail) Despite • drop in tin (Old from 172s. 9a. to 171s. i0$d an ounce the British Gulan Consolidated <; kaye real Bad an ln< reeaa ol £26.000 in the pro year's gold production, compared with the previui Mr Roland Rol man of the company, said at the annual general meeting in London that this was i iredging ope; the extent of 383,000 yards and a higher gold yield %  yard. As a result, he profits for the ; < u C20.796. compared last reai 'Both operating xpenses and general expenses in liir ana have uscn,' ha >.uu. "The %  almost wholly due to in direct dredge open: and in dredge rep %  tee in general expenses in British Guiana is du to Increeac nense-t caused by prep;o installation of out 04 and partly to the lo Incurred in our shop trading nd on the transport an I %  the company". Kelt rung to the profits. Mr. Robinson said: "The Board have Ml luaUfled—and m this matter they have the approval of the Colon | opmaat Corporation, ai required under the agreement with that corporation—in recommending a oividend of 4 income-tax, to be paid last years results and >"ipany, that a able in future to continue in thati position. For the nrst lime we able : > i Corporation, we have ana recruited the necessai/ that the important work i ( prospecting can begin again." —B.t\r St. Lueia Politv Get £44,650 FOR NEW STATION oUartKido* Ai:\o>'.>tr CoimporHlrilt I IBs Kail) ate tor the % %  1 Ian police : lion, as reit G. Cox. a, I'nnidau. %  %  Wtl] be -t.ttionrtiere will in* %  1 ten and six Station to ttables and six i Stat'on 'ommorlatt 40 men. W.I. Appeal In Si. Lucia i %  %  Ututed by Then Honours Su t' Mail) Leeward iust celebrated its Diamond Jubilee with i.sslons with Dr Assistant Secretary ol the .association who is visiting the West Indian branches il London haadquarten.. It ended with a dinner at the Began Hotel on Tuesday evening attended by all resident doctors and dentists as well *s one Eye from Jamaica and a 1 Kingdom who are both! holidayinj De ta i l ed dlecuaatona with and! frank i <-xpressed to! Dr Turner at the two-day Ulks j which I of the Colonial Medical i Servu<>r Medical 0 %  No lu"! reejneati be Loeal Qoi ; London mill be having conaultal the Colonial Offlcton tlie points raised. l)r Turner leew for St [41 Poliff S'arrh For Art Fhief Gerntan Police here have begun a large scale man-hunt for a fugiI i pian art student suspected of one of the most sens. I i Ri of this eeotury. ihc\ IH-lieved that he had stolen about 2.000 art i rid famous 11mated to l>c worth severa] million marks. 1 %  i I %  i m the student's former and trunk said to contain :•. ind IU< saarei %  | %  .'> the British pa|x-r. the content! 4 the trunk found ii the Lubcvk bank Inctaded :t:' etching! and paintings by Rembrandt, 45 by Duerei, no by the stcr Da"lel ChoRaphaet, two by Rotbetn and several by other world famous nj i>ellevrd to belong to former collections of %  s m Berlin i unl is believed to have fled to the United St. %  —Kevter. LUXURY. cm UM botHit4. IIM IM • km mtUi m mk ssrurBXS >1-'.^fiiticura ^* TALCUM Strike For 15 Miriutt's To Mourn For Shot Workrrs ROME. I %  Labour ConfederaUon toda> called a 15-mii ;hiuugliout the i Thursday in "mourning" for six workers shot b> %  • %  nth. %  %  %  out steel faun —Reuler. Two Fiii<' paid in U default %  md Mayhew 11 in 14 days or -ne month The offence was commuted November 2S. 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i %  w i:\c.i I.K.IIT THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE Second Jamaica-Trinidad Test Opens At Queen's Park Oval %  not cilt the mark in Irii.idad 2SS For Four baa COPPIS off the turning the At mldwicket for a single brightened Kenny getting off Valentine'* first ball. Agaiaii driving the next hard to _„._. „ for three, Trestrail sending tlPORT-Or-^l'ALV reb Z nexl lo %he cover* for a singK .^defeated innings of 86 by Trinidad's Stylist the next a leg bye and n < the outtfandint performance to*, when £** %  ££* • *i put up 233 for the loss of four wickets as the *£*,,["££ M j-Trmidad Test opened at Queen s Park Oval ridfe 1lh fu n-bioodr-e weather was uncertain, rain having fallen the drive wr j C h tartly [ailed •. e and even earls to-dav. th. rim ot th* boundar; -a", Kore 19 and the MM 11 01 •!• .low outfleld. the tawnan : %  ?T", -_-^i .#, Trinidad lc two were extra*. three. ^Tflered a teniblt Goodndge resumed from the Each bataman then sing.ed aver* were infarm end using an identic*: old Valentine then bowled I i-r \L1 Tcourv of The In* batsmen took advantanof tra j] w ho drove back the second the absence of '* %  • delivery hard along the themselves to four quick runs The bowler attempted to inte— CUBAN BOXER DEFEATED RK .: %  He scaled II — Renter JMU -, rn.i1an.an heap mernseivcs u> ruur qu^ <— The twwier atiempwi iu u.whaTto bi OPBBd" n tne OVfr A"**'" 11 * |,,n < cept the drive with his light foot tjumoen and 'hree of those, and had to be lifted from the „ drJp^Tfrom the Kentish conceded two 5:. glee to fl#ld Cnic rLvmEidready been the next over, then Johnnj On**, ^b^me !SitinV f" 1 *** hu nrsl bo*'"* •"•" % %  ( ValenUi ,2 -^ffSte Val.,,:h %  dropped from^^* %  .i-on t*. — um btwler Vg* ,,Aing to fle'd m m Asgarall injured his Bonitto had ^ Jiniar I jo Holding and suffered a apUt %  hand that netitch. did not play in 'ruck a blow lor and had Held Chick. Sampath came out m entine had been bowling commanding much r and the accide-it was a bit* tgajdy to the already wea 1 hooked savagely at. missed, a Jamaican attack Kentish tooSl was bowled. With the sco e kg Iflia from the farm end to bowl to AsgarallThe fast *"en r "* fowled for M two VM t" !" "* Pavilion end • %  10—4—0 Cerry Gome* w man in. -r^^r^:^^^^e^d^'^" ire rrs Jamaica game which Trinidad **on by an innings. used r!eep 1 -k.it .double change s,M. ,eplaced Iffl. wh< over b.for. Com. at oS the mark %  •rtMi singl. during his llr.i; a singla in Tnorbourns last u . rt, o,u • lie usual pugr.scious mood cut l Mudie then conceded Iwo alu • "?v!2ii. li ih. firs, 1 "" ' ,e ch doub '' ns ~ Thortoun mcludin; Iwo (ou'^"of to?VZ?J£ !!U*ed U •'• !" and .hen punched the third m 1 toad ..v, a good start .::.v. : the Sret wicket iijrrassed for nrab went on to put up a %  -anndent 77 The Jamaican ... poor to-day ei coming from %  in 8atsmen took no mi behind.the d-Jfc 233 bong made m %  utea. Wirket Soft B.G. Team Had fM Practice AT QUEENS PARK B.B.C. Radio Programme FRIDAY rmnUAHY 3 1BS0 1 a m The New*. 7 m .i..Mi. : 14 J m ThirJc I I I I I I The team .-i d. % %  U ' ; durin,: ^•.ficld sodden and the ne Ja%  • bat h, ifkaft am", eat Asga> . ri -. the pitch, aend%  !^7 .,*.%  ••--•• opened hii ac—_, ^ in the secM ^pcr • %  i^udndge. getting ^g, v I an in. up to ; thong* the BMaasar* • ;~+. Uw peal aid The i Goodniuy at-* % %  maiden fcaf^-^ i prfuvt^ ata account and d KaaAah to deep • dndg* aar %  .*T. eawea d.* .me faeaag %  %  The •: fr% bunper bigh through the dips tot ..•*.'• another well '..; %  ~*-r bourn :cod square • % %  n ondrove for In 33 mifi%  i UM payers into . t. ii..er I l.unch 1 %  • -.en edged, dangerously m %  H %  vooid have b. %  1th a tui %  %  HJ tea "with the ^)re a • the t>cundhal/drive I alfcut then too*; a brace in the %  similar shot. Obviously ired the bowl' I ies too far <^' •no for the batsmen to bowled slow ( )Toi: a !.tla' thi ..• off Mudie >n dean crisp forceful shots to delight the crowd. Iffla relieved Kentish from UM I avilion end and conceded four runs Mudie then bowled a maiden over to Aari* the plavers came off the field fo> 132—1 Asgarall 73. Trestrail 17. Ml I two one an on-drlve by Gomez ju: I %  aUtd b> Muaie and a lovely latecut by Trestrail that was four all the way. After Mudie had corce'ed %  • % %  Gomez proceeded lo aol f.gures off Tsorbourn ^".ih a narJ c.n-dnve for a sin-'Ie to send v*Trestrail who hooked beautifully to the boundary WMn 184 posted, .'ffla was put on in an "d place of Mudie each batsman tax. ng a ingle during the over. Mudie Ucatk Guardian today of at B.G n had Queen's Park vr'nl on Wednesday % % %  fell on \ rofasaional did no. acquamunce Jamaica Scribe Causes Trouble -IN TRINIDAD PORT-OP-G jusea II Tnmdad i over uiu yoidad nt... in the Jflviaican G • sportswriter G. St.C !" ..o n -^viewing the writes "gentlemen In white COB.. seem not to have a noddin ith the l.b.w l-to*" ITw :hir4 Fr"i urn" I II .. %  don light ronrari Om*-. %  .. Don, II noon Tti* in Newt Analviii. 13 IS i mm PtS. 12 II [> %  m TTw DM*t< IS p m lUdlo VKHWI I JO p ,C inphony of Slrins*. 1 |> *0 p m Iferrr Sew* BVfl S p m 9port<> lla*tW, 2 39 p m i IUMID Soeuno -Piftnoi i >rto*iar JmMrn*y. 4pm P pm Th dally arrin UW Ipn, 5 p IT &ej*s, s is Proenaiwito Pwr*d>. 5 P .,. %  -i thethird PioiTniiii'. •f TO*. t tS P 11';u p m N-WB A^.-, >>U. 7 IS p m Wort Indian Dan 7 i m D-nrr Mu-r. I p n P rol. USpm B1U P tn Thr \. rom Bnia.ri p fhr nob. Jontinuoa. 1)0 pm. TaJce il Irom hoipm Expurl JIRMA. 10 B) AlTaln. I Th* .. "MORSft PHIS INDIAN\ ROOT • %  "VTSSBI .-.^.ubta ra!o i S ~~icSB | I BEWAMw WUK7 :>r Mr*** On resumption Thorboum bowlonly chanted ends %  "" "* r ,i nm from the pavilion 'com Thorbourn who had bowled end This was the first apeli 9—0—Si—S. ;,all for the lour He fl-break, over UM Flawless Half-eenturv Trestrail on-drove tha In Iltla's next. Trestrail cut jrover cost a single Urn deUvery for three then eacN tistically for a brace to reach 1 Umao scored a sintle the ovr flawless half-century in 8; %  attack. ," In O Minutes ao s i t | r.c single* betwcn tr.em. eacft %  dnves Thorbourn %  r added two to Itowled the second over and brought Jamaica's second success Tnorbourn used the crease and %  ::> (tUchted ofTlak. Asgarall attempted to %  out but was beaten and -: k and crop V • ve runs. utes. He followed this up Mudie bowled ne from the ulf-drive which wer.: end and the batsmen scored, through Goodndge like a rifle shot through a cardboard target for .' %  undan Mudie only conceded one run in his next over, then Goodrifc again missed a simple grounder to give away one to Trestrail as! Iffla. the over costing three runs Trestrail sent up the second • undred after 213 mi: -H I if] 2^ by off-driving Mudie scorching!:A'garall had been at the wiclc-i 'orthree 160 n inute. and his conn* Trestrail then treated Iffla rath. er unkindly with a classic two Ii !"*'"? inga included five fours. flna-laf. with a surgeonTaoarnoon jened Treslrail and past the third man to the boundar. leg gild* am" then a lull-blooded drive line leg for three runs, through the covers to smack the %  late cut trom Tre,rim without necessity tot the off Thorbourn was brilliantnelders to move At 21t. Kentuh took Uie new an up to Skipp,. Ge. Camacho also had a West Indian bo: u |. a d' edged when veteran Eerkelev „„_, pu b Us hed in the Trimt down a few overs to ajd and attributed tl him but his driving was powerful Gordo „ Scotter. columnist of .! • and timing perfect. Jamaican Daily Sltaaaf owici and batcermng it.e abil ty and quality keeping of the TrMdadumpires. practice. Left arm bowi.r Gibba Putive J*l&otl*r with S peculiar delivery did not have formed the opin much help from the w,cket P0rt sent to Jamaica b nanaged to maintain a V. D decent length. Although many of complained of •flffness, the whole ' v „e ngmem team looked flt and afU .Nli N N Matbaraoif. ?nL"l!-!. gvr oi t^e Jamaic,.: R made a press statement .oaay •I uasjlasi to disassociate and the Jamaican en i theRob--: I can only rrpltlr nil comments as characteristic of his imagmat tak then H*f |c > n 8 - %  leg hard on I nod with a la'r c .• •-lip for two ran %  ... *j, i. %  o— T" -r~ !,.(,. Boxer Afh-r Empire Title iltoia Oor Ooa < •.i-To-sooodroli QgBt in this return from na, Joe Hyam stopped i;inger Stewart of Scot! So far from Scotter s comment> In representing the truth I cai slate that the Jamaiea expressed comp U with the umpiring and should be no change for this match. I ask the Trinidad public II my apolog-.M for ScotterY. bad manners and my assurance that his opinion In no way represents the opinion nr feeling Of %  sporfivi pubttc —By *'*'•' Trinidad Sfndn Goodndge was now given the ball from the farm end In place of I ma. Trestrail now 77 t from him The latter turned the second ball to square leg for n easy single. The next over fr-m Kentish. Trestrail got into th-.Hyam's manager, Ja< %  told mc that he is seeking for the Hyam-AUen tight I ..s the elinii: %  Empiri Lght title. [ei edged off to square lc: Trie present holder. Dave Sands ki Sampath 01 lieiding >ub-1ltu : %  Iffla Fuller came out trribstltute on 1 -.1 Tanschoa-i a well pi.cn.-d B nllto i-ff-break and Binns whipped eff il | | batla but an appeal for stumn. leg giving Asgarall i .wed. for a putl off Iffla A in llehind The Clock ^arali two run* making Trinidad was >till behind it.e wicket and turned his first ba'l .-wtivtduaJ arorr 45 and two rlock, ISO going up st>on after in deep to squareleg for a brace '• ti eserutad an cKcellent enter the eighties. from Mudie. Colin Bith batsmen singlet: te Tangchoon a "life" pushes to cover-point In the ne .* Irlfsj over from Goodndge, Trestra.l King hi* individual ,,Hudiai bowllnq. Tangchoor, madehis first false stroke of the | runs inninsBa. He attempted lo off-drtvv %  hen 84 and'. ..verTangbut the ball which was an lni in place of Iffla. • %  %  %  im In T.i Hoiirv %  %  i %  for a couple by Asgarall wot the VH and a sin,. %  %  lo rob his i iver %  iped the fourth ball dead %  ok and put up a hoard read fligasfaii sw 63 %  uund but .%  i .tting 125 minutes • •* rutting but two boundaries Trinidad who %  ***"< himself from the pav%  ^ round* at Liverpool on Tnursute fo, Skip'"on end. four runs resulting In • ->> ^en:ng .The ^ a H ^" Team to Guatemala man unl i t ,ht """-' " ba. lA lroubU ; Uw 'V 1 l *? ounds but tha British Guiana's boxer's persistent attacks carried him in front and in the fourth round Stewart retired w eyelid Hnrtwdoo Aitvocir.* Corror*>do' PORT-OF-SPAIN. YTnmdad today selet:. man team to represent her a M Sixth Central American an. Hyam Caribbean Games to be held a much sought-after boxer He Guatemala City from Februar> is booked up to tl^ht again 00 %i The t.am consists of thru6th and on February runners. Kelvin Boiss'.erre, Ken2Uth at Birmingham he opposes ncth Hyland and Carlton Cham• c iists, Comptor area middle-weight champion Gonsalves. George Williams V.'riioii Bel!ile, Theli BOOM and Geddes Pantin an ghthfters Lennox Klli,our and Rodney Wilkes. The team is due to leave Saturda;Februarv 18 —By table Id lain a comfortable il | But Atkinson I the crease. re tall which h.' i>ut all along the carpet with -ign of .i chance Piny closed tor the day soon liter, Trestrail being no* out 86. wif," arrange for his man to meet $ and Gome/ not out 20. and TnnSands for the title, probably in 0 idad's total for four wickets 233. Is due back in Britain Iror .'. about two months and > en, Harding \ '.V//.V/,V////.V.V///W.' 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1950.

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i pend

f ngthen
eific Fleet

; TOKYO, Feb. 2, |
mited States is to strengtn~|
aval forces in the Pacili aT
ian Chief of Nava! Stail,}
a] Forrest Herman, said here}
‘qe shall have ai seast;
' carriers and re-ar-)
fleet. completely, so as
eruiser strength in the
fic, Some destroyers Wl.
ansferred from the At-
+” he added. The Amer-
int Chiefs-of-Staff, led b,
Bradley, inspecteu!}
Naval Base, near Yoko-|
whieh, observers believe |
Mpuilt up into a key orth
ral Bradley said that the}
“Chiets-of-Staff had no)
of a proposed muli-|
Hance between the United
and Japan, to be linked
peace treaty.
ns defence must be de-
the Peace Conference,
er, it will be up to

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troyers by September,
y Department announced.
the six, the “Killer”
¢ Carpetter, the
Sher kind, is now un-
' shakedown trials, and
dy for Pacific duty in
he re-inforcement pro-
when completed, will
navy 50 active destroy-
Pacific. Two of the!
eight active carriers and
fs are currently operat-
ie Pacific, The 27,000 ton
Boxer” and two destroy-
Japan yesterday tc
eventh Task Fleet based
pines. The Naval
ed on Japan includes one
er and four destroyers.
United States subma-
@ in all parts of the
31—Reuter.

} 8 - 49
erjoyed’ At
4 7 : e
Attitude
3 NEW YORK, Feb. 2,
Olano Vitanova, Argen-
@ Affaires, told a Press
ee here that his Govern-
“overjoyed” at the

attitude towards Spain,
d in the last few

he seid. ;
cific Fleet will have six
latest

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ed the announcement |
ban Acheson, American
State, that the United |
uid support a motion to
ember states of the}
ions to resume diplo-
mms with Madrid.

Weaid that the Argentine

iment had not as_ yet
Whether to take the in-
in asking for a re-

g of the Spanish question
PUnited Nations.

wa felt that the
tould be raised either
Tegular session of the|
this fall, or ata oP this}



May be called this
er, 4

JPLE OF

Friday

February



UGAR



man Willing To
H. Bomb DakotaFound

WASHINGTON, Feb. 2,

ec: Conierence to-day that the United States is will] (Royal
f nd work on the Hydrogen Bomb as soon as

» {International Control of Atomic Energy is achieved
Pee ar . a

Congressional leaders of boti
| Partics are understood to be urgin;
| him to issue such a statement, tc
{make it clear that the Unitec
| States has no aggressive intention
in going ahead with production 01

| what may be the world’s mos
deadly weapon of mass destruc
tion.

Officials here do not expect Mr
Truman to make any direct appea
to the Soviet Union, followin:





wlx

report by five of the “Big
} countries which embarked o
Atom Control Talks that the
Soviet Union was responsible fo
the collapse of negotiations.

Make Them Quickly

Some quarters are urging thc
President to notify the United
Nations formally of his decisio.
on the Hydrogen Bomb anc
America’s willingness to sus-
pend operations on it as soon as
International control of Atomic
Energy has been achieved.

Admiral W. H. P. Blandy, who
was in charge of ‘“Operatior
Crossroads”, the Bikini Atomic
Bomb Tests, said in Virginia to-
day that the United States should
make the Hydrogen Bomb as
quickly as possible. “It is impera-
tive that we should have H-
Bombs.” he added.

Admiral Blandy gave his views
at a Press Conferetice on the eve
of his retirement as Commander-
in-Chief of the United States
Atlantic Fleet.

To-day he begins work as alist, who spent 10 years in Nazi

civilian with a New York organ-
isation, but he declined to an-
nounce what his new post would
be. He handed over command to
Admiral William M. Fechteler
yesterday.—Reuter.

“| . *

U.S. Will Reject

~ | . .
Soviet Charge
° * Le
Against Hirohito
WASHINGTON, Feb. 2,

A surprise Soviet proposal to
try the Japanese Emperor on
criminal charges involving the
use of germ-warfare will be re-
jected by the United States, offi-
cials said to-day.

The exact response will be
worked out by the State Depart-
ment after study of the charges
filed yesterday against Emperor
Hirohito and four other Japanese.

Presumably, the other wartime
Pacific Allies will be consulted.

Diplomatic authorities said that
there is little doubt that this
country’s answer will be an em-
phatic “No”, They look for most
of the other former foes of J&pan
to follow suit. To accept the Rus-
sian proposal would mean revers-
ing a 1949 decision by the thirteen
nation Far Eastern Commission
to wind up all the war crimes

_ Barbados
NEGOTIA

lie iia a nse Sareea

Wreckage
Missing

THE HAGUE, Feb. 2. }
wreckage of a K.L.M.|
toy Dutch Airlines) Dakota, |
missing on a flight from Schiphol
aerodrome, Amsterdam, to Lon-

The

don with freight and mail, was| ®

found in the sea, early today
\est of The Hague, according to}
-he Dutch navy rescue service. |
‘The 1,579 ton Danish steamer|
Rigmor was stated to be standing}
by the wreck.
|

TIONS T





The Dakota, with a crew of] }
7 ineluding six trainees left|
Schiphol airfield at 3. Forty

minutes later, as the plane was)
‘rcssing the Dutch coast, it re-|
ported back to control at Schi-/
phol. Then there was silence.

Then the Rigmor reported that
she had seen a burning plane fall!
nto the sea, west of The Hague.)
Jutch lifeboats and rescue air-
raft left in search,

One K.L.M. aircraft, after!
circling the area five times at a
low altitude, reported no sign!
of the Dakota. |

Everything seemed normal,} :
when the Dakota took off, and | 4
there was no indication during}

the flight that it was in difficul-|
1es |

—Reuter

East Berlin
Gets New |
Police Chief |

BERLIN, Feb. 2.
The East German authorities to-
day appointed a veteran Commun-



prisons as new Police President
of East Berlin. The new president
is 41-year-old Waldenar Schmidt, |
who for the past year has been in |
charge of thg Staff Department of

the East. Berlin Administration.

He replaces Paul Markgraf, form-

er Nazi officer and holder of the |
Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross, |
who was captured by the Russians |
at Stalingrad.

The Soviet Occupation authori- |
ties appointed him Police Chief |
of Berlin in 1945, and in 1948, |
after the split in the city Police
Foree, ‘he became chief-ofthe Bast
Sector Police. In September 1949,
after West Berlin newspapers nad
reported that Markgarf had been
purged and arrested, East Police
headquarters announced that
Markgraf “had got.e on leave for
a long period.” Today’s an-
nouncement, circulated by the S
German news agency A.D.N.,
mede no mention of Markgraf.

—Reuter.

Tories And
Labour Agree

ON ONE POINT

NEW YORK, Feb. 2.
The New York Daily News in
despatch from its London cor-








trials, and upsetting the American] y.;pondent today said tha! every |
policy of controlling Japan during] pody in England expected that the
the occupation through the Em-)pritish Election contest would be

peror. Responsible officials made slose,

it plain that they suspect a
Moscow propaganda manoeuvre
The United States has been press-
ing Russia to return 37,600 war
prisoners which the Japanese
contend, are still being held by
the Soviets.—Reuter.

HONDURAS



although “betting «dds
‘ightly favoured Labeur.” \
The correspondent, Robert,

Conway, began a detailed re-
view of the campaign, which he
described as “Great Britain’s
most important election battle |
in history.” |
Conway said that virtually the |
only point on which the Conser- |
vatives and Labourites saw eye to |







THE DUKE OF WINDSOR, w

States after an absence of nearly two years, completes the final
Working in his hotel apartment the
Duke expects to have the memoirs completed for spring publica

instaimenis of his memoirs.

tion. They are to be brought ou

World Being
A Chaotic

Says Vatican

Vatican newspaper Obser

on American production of the H-Bomb, said to-night that

the world to-day was being
inhuman chaos’”’.

“Tf_one of the peoples mgst devoted to peace undertake
the construction of such a destructive instrument, despite
its incalculable cost and the terrifying prospects of its use, |
it must mean that the ‘cold war’ has no longer hope of re-|

laxing and dissolving in un
promise but is slipping and
war”, Observatore said.

No Inner Tube

BRUSSELS, Feb. 2.

A Belgian garage hand
has taken out a patent for a
pneumatic tyre which con-
tains no inner tube. Coated
on the inside with a sub-
stance also of his own in- |
vention, the tyre will seal it-
self in the event of a punc-
ture, he claims.

Experiments conducted on
a wide range of vehicles
fitted with the tyres have
proved satisfactory, it is re-
ported.

}

—Reuter.



Knew Gauguirt
And Van Gogh

LONDON, Feb. 2.
The death of Archibald Stand-
ish Hartlick, 85-year-old artist
who knew Paul Gauguin and Vin-
cent Van Gogh, when he was a











; and polities ?

| to end all war, there is no means |

| Vis Pacem.

—

0 0

t in book form next autumn.

Sucked Into
Whirlpool

Newspaper

VATICAN CITY, Feb. 2.

vatore Romano, in its comment |

sucked into a “whirlpool of

derstanding or at least com-|
sliding irresistibly into open |



“And when the only argument |
people believe can prevent war is
to present the dilemma of peace
or the destruction of civilisation,
what must we think of diplomacy

“Tf, after two world wars, her-
alded and waged as the sole means |

more effective for preventing wat
than to return to the ancient Si
Bellum; we must con-
fess that we are faced by the com-
plete bankruptcy of a philosophy,
of a way of life, of a pseudo-civili-
Sation,

“It has ended as the pre-chris-
tian society ended, in the triumph
of force, by its threat or its action

“Without Christ is the same as
before Christ.

“From the ancient rampart of
the legions and the arsenals on the
Roman world, we have arrived at
the unknown munitions beyond
the Carpathians. We have reach-
ed the explosion of the atom and
science applied everywhere to
war.

“We hope that realisation of the ,

fearful abyss may defend and save
peace far more and far earlier than
mysterious Weapons.

“If the Apocalyptic Armaments





| Dr,
| today that knowledge that man’s

| political parties








Xi

/ Price:

VE CENTS

Year



OQ RE-OPEN

B’DOS MEETING WILL
BE TOLD NEXT WEEK

UKLeaders|
Kneel In
Prayer

At St. Paul’s

LONDON, Feb, 2.

Leaders of the three biggest
political parties, who will be
Lghting the British General

lection in three weeks time today
attended a special pre-election
service in Saint Paul’s Cathedrai.
Mr. Clement Attlee, the Prime
Minister and Labour Party leader,
Mr. Winston Churchill, Conserva-



ive Party leader, and Mr. Clemen
Davis, who leads the Liber:
Party, knelt on stools covered
with crimson velvet facing the |
bigh altar, wnile the Bishop |
}London, Dr. J. C. Wand, }
prayers,

The Bishop was calling § f<
Divine Guidance for the Britis!
people in choosing their new |

Government on February 23
An address was given by Dr
Geoffrey Fisher, Archbishop o
Canterbury.
Shek dnd SEs seal ®
The Strongest Defence
The Archbishop of Canterbury,
Geoffrey Fisher, said here

inventions might disintegrate the
world was the strongest defence
against that catastrophe.

He was giving the address

; Guring a religious service attend-

ed by leaders and officials of the
in Saint Paul's
Cothedral in advance of the Gen-
eral Election.

The Archbishop said that in the
war between political system
and between man and _ society
being fought all over the world
by her history traditions
and Christian Faith was ‘“pledgec




| to resist the premises of material-
ism and its consequences in thei:

manifold and menacing forms”
Dr. Fisher said that those wh«
sought election sought »vower
Those who voted gave power
“But power is of all things, thc
raost..dangerous to possess unless
it is utterly subordinated tk
1esponsibility,” he continued.
“Those, who seek power, seck ¢
‘errifying load of responsibility
tor the maintenance of this great
Lation in prosperity, freedom ana

Godliness, and for its contribu-
ion to the world’s health and
peace,” —Reuter,



Titoists’ Purge

_ r
li French Zone
FREIBURG, French Zone, Feb. 2.
The purge of “Titoists” in the
West German Communist Party |
has now reached the French Zone
State of South Baden. |

March

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Feb. 2.

"T RINIDAD’S Chamber of Commerce this morn-

ing passed a resolution urging Government to
advocate through representatives at the conference
to be held at Barbados next week that the strongest
possible fully representative delegate be sent im-

mediately to London to

with His Majesty’s Government.
; * The

For Sugar
Talks Monday




(Barbados Advocate Correspon ient
CASTRIES, (By Mail).
St Lucia will be sending
three representatives to the
Sugar Conference due to take
ace in Barbados next Monda
February 6, under the auspice:

of the Development and Welfar
Organisation.

Mr. J. C. DuBoulay has bee
selected by the St. Lucia Sugar
\ssociation. An Official and
ielegate from the Legislatu
will be chosen but their
anes have not yet been re-
leased to the Press

Statement Of West
Indies Sugar Co.

(From Our London Correspondent)
LONDON, (By Mail)

A dividend of 5 per cent
tax, is recommended by the West
Indies Sugar Company for the
year to September 30th, 1949, in
1 company statement issued in

also



less

London this week. This dividend
is the same as for the past two
years

The full rate is payable on the
id capital of £700,000 one-half
is payable on the 1,400,000 £1 Or-

dinary shares issued at par con-
currently with £1,000,000 of 3%
per cent debenture stock last
March. Tate and Lyle has a ma-

jority holding of the ordinary
Subject to completion of the
audit, the net profit was £139,378
(against £117,014.) It was struck
after tax and other charges total-
ling £350,515 and after credits of
£74,330, largely tax overprovis-
ion. Reserves are allocated £65,
000 (£59,917) and the dividend

takes £38,500 net; £45,194 ( £31,
015) is carried forward. The £1
shares are quoted at 19s. 444d.

The increase of 20 per cent in
the net profit for the year to Sep-
tember last fulfils the hopes of
the Company’s directors who last
(when the West Indies

Sugar Company’s finances were

put on a more permanent footing)
looked forware to increased pro-

fits





Radar For Hospital

LONDON, Feb. 2.
A naval radar set is to be used

re-open sugar negotiations

resolution followed a talk
by the Honourable Harold Robin-
son on the recent “fruitless” talks
in the United Kingdom. Robinson
was leader of the West Indian
delegation The preamble to the
resolution states :

The Chamber viewed with
grave concern the failure of
H.M. Government to appreciate
that the recent offer to the West
Indies delegation of a guaran-
teed market for approximately
90 per cent of the present ex-
port production; far from main-
} taining,—much less improving
the economy of these colonies;
| if insisted on, will lead to dis
| astrous consequences, economi-

cally, socially, and politically.
The Chamber expressed every
confidence in the B.W.I. delegation
which recently negotiated with the
British Government and agreed



vith their decision to refer the
matter to their respective associa-
tions and governments for their

recommendations

Members thought it imperative
in the interest of economic secur-
ity of the peoples of the colonies
that no stone should be left un-
turned to bring home to HM Gov-
ernment the grave consequences
which would result from failure
to increase the guaranteed quan-

|









tity to be taken

Harold Neal Fahey thought that
1 representative of labour should
be included in the new delegation
to the United Kingdom It v

mistake he sai that this v

xt done in the first instance,

Typist’s Error
Robinson disclosed in his talk a
ustake of the Ministry of Food’s
ypist in including a secret docu-
nent in papers sent to the West
ndies sugar delegation which re-
vealed that the Ministry had al-

ready stipulated that a guaranteed
narket for West Indian sugar “in
the United Kingdom would be

640,000 tons even before negotia-

tions with the delegations had

taken place. Referring to the talks
Robinson said that the West Indies
wanted a long-term contract and
if they could not get it, they would
have to stand by the
|} now force. He explained that
| the present attitude of the British
i even if no long term

agreement

} agreement, was one in which they

} would not pay anything resemb-

|} ling world prices on the existing

| agreement

That he said was a serious point
of the dispute

Prices. would be the same for

| long or short-term agreements

| If the West Indies got a long-

Herr Erwin Eckert, chairman| in the Middlesex Hospital, Lon- | term agreement, Robinson pointed
of the South Baden Communist| don, for physical purposes. Some |out, the increase on the price
Party, has publicly charged that | experts believe, however, that ra- | ofiered would be barely sufficient
“ideologies detrimental to the | dar can be usefully employed to |to meet the increased cost of
Party have found their way into| extend the scope of physio- | labour and material facing the in-
ow ranks” 7 | therapy. —Reuter, try.—By Cable.

Writing in yesterday's Commun-
ist paper Unser Tag, Herr Eckert
said that members of the Party
were “dodging the ideological dis- |
pute,” |

lhe South Baden Communist |
Party's self-criticisms followed a |
similar action in the Hessian
Party organisation two days ago, |
where three leading members
were accused of aiding Titoist |
agents.

Earlier, North Rhine—Westpha- |











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aye, a 2 which also had the , : : i Re eer tal ,
SE *S F AG Ahete was socialised ‘medicine, | 88, Was announced here today, than eliminating war they should Hamburg, Communist Parties had
' “ “The-C r ard 1 e-To-The-Grave Mr. Hartlick was a black and nies the conviction that force | ¢ither Pe en
Hes fo Hilti eye asta white artist and painter, In 1939 |is enough to defend peace, where- | purgec ir leadership |
F Call Britons Slave Owners cae neem te tien, Party | he published a book “A Painter’s | as in - force ae | —KReuter, |
t ine gy gee ‘noo 9. | Pilgrimage”, in which his associa- | hilating life, a most fortunate sal-
(Barbados Advocate Correspondent) ane pein ara on en ns : aren tion with Gauguin and Van Gogh | vation would arise once again from — . .
BELIZE, Feb. 1. chins enid . “> | was described. He recalled that |a most fatal error, “Observatore Will Discuss Corn Hi
HOUSANDS of Hondurans sang “God Bless America’ | ~ fer ere | he had missed the chance of buy- | added.--Rewter. i
emoti sy agp sk tae stily as the | ing a genuine Van Gogh picture | Production 7
hotional gusto and a band blared lustily as Tal Ges Featnan. | ;
their Baymen ancestors was raised aloft on. the £9,485 Cattle —Reuter. | Sweden ! ROME, Feb. 2. |
fof the battlefield rostrum and the Stars and Stripes . R : U S 1 Agricultural experts from tcn|
d alongsi | ; countries are meeting in Rome
s eee. the | after an interview with the Peo- | For Bogota | ecognises Biecsired chis week to discuss the produc- |
HCommittee leader H sles Committee and Battlefield AUTHOR DIES AT 64 | STOCKHOLM, Feb. 2, | Aon of hybrid corn in Europe and .
as he Sraunied the Open Forum leaders, granted per- ; TORONTO, Feb. 2. Sweden has recognised Indo-| -he Middle East.
dsaid: “People of Hon- | mission for Friday night’s coun- | A shipment of = a : LONDON, Feb. 2. |nesia as a free and independem| | Experiments with various types
We recovered the an- | trywide demonstration with the Porgy er ae ath tong a oe Canon James Owen Hannay, | state, the Foreign Ministry an- 7 NEPA Core first produced in |
our Baymen fathers, | proviso that the leaders are re- oe c a ae Pa author of over 40 novels under nounced to-day, J nite | States, have Neon Cars |
eer British rule means | sponsible for order. a Ministry to deonetanl the pen name of “George A. Bir- The Swedish Consul in “Sur- ao eo ee since 1936. |
“Arise Hondurans Taxis are again flaunting anti- |} Cras in that ee mingham”,_ died quietly in his} jpaja, has informed the Indo- a te = ~ ps pat — ro |
34; The battle song | devaluation banners. Five breeds were represented, | )“~? “4 . ne oo nesian Government that Swedei | ing; ordinary corn pat fg
ws then followed.| Speakers to-night denounced | jersey, Holstein, Ayrshire, Short- | "°° — raga Hy = ns will send out a diplomatic repre- 3 f
Ms of ag carries the|Creech Jones and other Brilish|horns’ and Scottish Highland)‘ ‘@t'ed fis first a . jen he) sentative shortly, the Foreigi
clrcl the settlement | leaders for imposing devaluation -attle. as a Curate in Ireland. Ministry added. —Reuter. Home Fleet 3
© centred in a field by commune ¥ nent ae Flying of pedigreed Ontario —Reuter. 7 eg =
Go ors and investors seek “AP | cattle to South America started * es eee oe ee ee ee ee ee ee ee ee ee ee —
; “thor Ronald Garvey! labour.—(By Cable). | corre years ago, but shippers said ; Visit Gibratar :
they are scarce this year, “The BEVIN LEAVE R ig 2,
South American countries are } ae GIBRALTAR, Feb. 2. CC
| saving their dollars,” one said } he eas | ( The Home Fleet docked here to-
| —Reuter. | ROME, Feb. 2. ; during which he conferred wit! | Jay for a three weeks’ visit
“1a sritish Foreign Secretary, ule President of the Racaallc, Lala Commander-in-Chief, Admiral, Wine nail ook
st Bevin left Rome by train| Premier De Gasperi, and Foreigr| Sir Philip Vian, called on the} \ Aaah
. | U.K. Fil Sh id for Paris and London teday after | Minister, Count Sforza. “The fact} Governor of Gibraltar, General | \ delicious and refreshing 3d.
| Lethe ums OULG |. cre day visit to the Italian! that Bevin began his conversatio' | Sir Ke/aeth Anderson, wh
’ ° | capital for talks with Govern-| with Count ‘Sforza by asking) later visited the Admiral aboard | Authorized Bottlers a bottle
Be Nationalised ment leaders, and an audiencc| why the Italians complained s¢| his flagship Implacable.
with the Pope. } much of Britain shows politica} —Reuter. |
LONDON, Feb. 2 Guarded by his own two Scot-/| interest. Avanti the —_— of the! lad : = or
The British Electrical Tra ind Yard detectives, and aj pro~Communist Socialist Party |
' Union announced today that it uad of Italian Police, Mr.} however, published a front page “Sni 99 Goin THE COCA-COLA COMPANY
had recommended natio | Bevin had spent the night in his; leader attacking Socialist po’ic: pe Ss | "
wf the film industry t pecial sle« g coach in a siding | in Britain o | BY
| Wilson, President of tl f Rome ain station | “Bevin has adopted the policy To St. Lucia |
| Trade Early this morning, the coach} of the American State Depart-/
The Union said that the Briti hitehs the Paris Express; ment, no better nor worse than/ IT IS expected that H.M.S BARBADOS BOTTLING CO., LTD. ‘f
I led t of Ror t vhat Churchill would have done,’ Smipe, wearing flag of the} AR Be
te tne point WwW here inaer tne C-in-( Ame ' ana WwW 1 } einen tae RO ae
ant Pact, England ar u oq ot. | Listen to the COCA COLA NEWS over Radio Distribution every
N ee ek tir = ‘ se ~~ Mi > " evening. Monday through Saturday from 8—8.15 p.m. one
: 1 the rmanent wa oting inde ommat! f ym nder I > Rete
: 1 : | the control of the United States’,! Tibbitts, D.S.C She carries a i
7 | Mic alian papers report Avanti said, {complement of eight officers and | }f Pi 1 1 AA Ht eg
neuter | favourably on” Bevin’s visit, a



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2w Govern
Sir George
fe, expect to
Nassau on Febr uary
have been unable to book
passage, as they had originally
intended, and so they are fiying
from London For
Sir George, with thirty of
Colonial Service behind it
will be the first appoints
side Africa, with the excep’ tion
of a_four- year spell of duty in
Palestine during the wa

Both Sir George, and his wife,
are looking forward to their
visit to the Bahamas. Since they
arrived in England from East
Africa at the end of December
they have been busy making en-
quiries about the conditions they
will find there. Sir William and
Lady Murphy, the retiring Gov-
ernor and his wife, whom they
met in London, have been able to
answer many of their questions

“an «an

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Miss DORIS GREENBERG.
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These Remained
ASSENGERS arriving by the
“jtalie”. who remained in
Barbados were:—Mr. and Mrs.
Harold W, Buck, Miss Frances
Stock and Mrs. A. P. Thornton.
«> “>

The Weather Is Nice
ISS G. GOOD of England who
came out to Barbados re-
cently to spend the winter, told
Carib yesterday that she finds the
weather nice and warm and ig
enjoying her holiday, She ig stay~
ing at Super Mare Guest Hous’.

ep» a)

Squally M
E WEATHER, ch for
almost the entire week has
been very rainy, held up yester-
day to enable the two hundred odd
tourists from the M. V. Ifalia to
spend a very enjoyable day here
They started coming ashore as
early as 8.30 a.m., in a continu-
ous stream by the ships launches.
It was a squally morning in the
harbour and the launches had to











For Women’s Talks

RS. FLORENCE DAYSH left

yesterday by B.W.LA. for
Jamaiea where she will attend the
W.1. Women's Conference which
is being held by Lady Huggins
Also leaving yesterday for the
Conference was Mrs. Rosita
Scott, wife of Dr. A. W. Scott
She has gone by BWIA. via
Trinidad.

The objects of the conierence
are to discuss women’s and chil-
drefi’s organisations, to promote
by an exchange of ideas and
opinions between delegates, a
better knowledge of welfare work
in the and to develop
handi and embroidery
throughout the British Caribbean
as a means of enabling women
to save money to augment the
family ineome.

Comings and Goings

M* PAT WALLBRIDGE,
Sales Manager of the


Singer Sewing Machine Co., Ltc.,
lett
yesterday.

for St. Lucia by B.W.LA.
R. AND MRS. FREDDIE



—_——

PORTRAIT ROMANCE



the ee parr oe
Governer of
North



Giuide To Housewives















R. AND MRS. BENJAMIN F head straight from the ship in BUTTER:—

WEINSTOCK of New York S CARIB was coming ashore «he direction of the Esplanace Satie 70.0" PE. & Salted Cooking-~$19.25 pet 25
who were round tripe ers on e in one of the ship's launches jy nti] they got close to land where Potter is Manager of the st. Ib. tin—80 cts. per Ib. or $3.90
Italia yesterday told Carib "that yesterday one of the older ladies the wind was not blowing so Lucia branch of Gable and Wire- Ber 5 Ib. tin—86 ects. per 1 lb.
they had a beautiful day in very with whom he was chatting Said, pard,. they then followed the j... tin or less than % Ib. 6 ets. per
delightful we — oe — — poner were? ung wy ae anken until they entered rR. COLIN WILLIAMS of %:
some of the sauty spots of tne ver tere, ‘ : aS Eh th Z nage. .
island aa really ‘enjoyed their ship's newspaper.” ae Ae : aS a yy Substitute we sie adt tee
ost oung active urn rom y 5.Wi. Brand—$ per carton 0!
WT’ Wcdaaneu ‘tk Seediaaist v ge ris Greenberg Cameras Hard At Work yesterday. tins—55 cts. per tin of 1 lb, 3 ozs.

io ly go olay a, ag A Nev is on the HENEVER they passed a R. V. C. KNIGHT, Sales Re- Table In Tins—$80.20 per case
Raybond Theatres i Penortoriz the New particularly lovely scene, presentative of DaCosta and of 100 Ibs. in | lb, tins—88 cts.

«>» «> York Times. an = me a, —— Co., Ltd. returned from Trinidad per !b- tin.
" : Editing of the ship’s newspaper 8°t_out and _ snap-shot camerss by B,W.LA. yesterday. : r 50
Tourists Are Impressed just 2 sideline during the trip ¢licRed, while movie cameras Wap, DARRELL TRIMINGHAM peter i Pen 0 Be or
ri « wieele eiee- pointes captured even oo 7 ot Barclays Bank (D.C.&0O.), | jb. print.
I : York and Pleasure ‘ € panoramic sight before t oe San Fernando, returned to Trini-
IO ge carol p he s One party decided that they 4oq by B.W.LA. yesterday.
irs ts lia cTuise must take a picture of themselves R. J. R. C. HALE. Director of
the alin - Z ure - Fr Te Sr n a
aa She a OF yed with Bar- inside a bg _ and =. D. @. Henriques Co. Ltd, Just a Tale
s. and found service in the enough as they passed one London who arrived yesterday
ps and th foods displayed was another stop and their cam~- from Trinidad by B.W.1.A.,ishere THE OLD wives’ tale that
very : ydeed. She a eras flashed once more. on a short visit and is staying at every baby costs its mother a
Italia oyed her brief tour of tt _ fisiland, which included a_ visit High Winds R. H. HOPSON, Pilot of caj examination. A woman’s
cg Sam Lord’s VER sixty of them lunchec. T.C.A. in Montreal, Canada susceptibility to tooth decay does
ae ‘ at aa Grane Hotel whe and Mrs. Hopson arrived here not increase when she is bear-
rows ieee «» «>» iPad "thee wee se wal it recently for a holiday and are ing a child doctors report.
vi es Met € wind up there s § t t ea
r ri Nickels To The was wnat impossible fe waik "taving st the Hestings Hotel. 38.
K] P f Di * B “ across the open terrace twee!
“ ; ivin Oys = ve ‘
yecorating St Pc ste® he Hotel and the ballroom. CRYPTOQUOTE—Here’s how to work it:
i I " R. GUS WESTHEIM of the Some of the tourists just sat AXYDLBAAXR
Ma M Westheim Travé Serv along the benches at the edge ot is L : NGFELLOW
I eiphia. New York is from | - t ( uf, and looked at the scene y 0} E Ww
«» «» sai t he rat ier, the water with it One letter simply stands for another. In this example A is used
‘ fr fr hee ‘colours of blue and green fer the three L's, X for the two O’s, etc. Single letters, apos- |
Pilot Takes eng Gut a ality t and many “white caps,” high | Stophies, the length and formation of the words are all hints. | ;
. JOKS e this trip or waves rolling onto the white Each day the code letters are different.
M’ t He talking wit each with green shrubs in the 5
7 J Sch whe ‘ i, for many minute: A Cryptogram Quotation
A tor ‘ oervic drinking in the
-< beauty many contrasts ALCA SLTML TD PHSW TW ALY |
¥ ric ry ‘ "= : 1 . |
; orion : v, of colour 2>PTR FVYVMPBVD ALV HJPHVJAX PE |
the x or rag ” «> «<» |
~ ‘ some of ther - aLV DPTR—RCS
+ T € e tne riace { € °
cd they never faile . Sunaiest Day saialaiie . Cryptequote: UNABLE TO FEED YOURSELF,
«» «>» i Me. 7 .. YOU FEED DOGS—PROVERB. |

To Join His Wife ; + HODES of Creat sores ‘Long ;

S . Island were among the passen-

‘ H. W. JENSEN enginee They Were Ashore ge on the Italia which stopped
M4’ 0 A aa cc PO te OS MONG the passengers from here yesterday on its 16-dey
eo iat Saas A the “Italia” who spent the cruise from New York. They

F Rha ie TA we shore were:—Mr. Howard both said that they had a rough GLOB

io? lainey. 7 who is part owner of trip down and only saw a little
ee wit Baltimore Hotel in sun on the third day of the trip

a th and Mrs. Busick, Mr. The sunniest day was spent in TO-NIGHT 8.30 LOCAL TALENT

; ; Jos Coste Head of thd Barbados and they were delighted

Hi R De River mumissior ’ th their visit. =e

ue, Hote Des : I Mr. Pierre Fe Mr. Hodes is Branch Manager and music by
He ; : tou nt of R ont nig Pictures Inc., of B’DOS ist ALL STAR ORCHESTRA
On Business 2 ae ee ee wie ee
mac «> <> (Conducted by Mr. Arnold Meanwell)
Vi > B Likes Barbadian Tickets can be purchased Tonight
VLA. oO Hospitality
, e N RS. JIMMY SHIELDS whose
husband is a geologist in = res So ) Many Questions ! Venexuals werking ter @oesls SATURDAY 8.30 p.m. M.G.M’s DRAMA
uum Oil Company told Carit
Son And Heir OQ’ Taforma Burea terday that the people here ee J 99
M: ) {F very friendly and hospitable WARD MY s
sv iwi s nd she is enjoying her first ;
a the island very much.
8 re any n a She arrived some weeks ago (Spencer Tracy & Deborah Kerr)
i? Where W nd will be spending about
ve lunch? Thousands of ques- another fortnight before return-
ee We ned, were werec ing home. She is staying at the



Hotel Royal.



BY THE WAY —By Beachcomber







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wu caviare
Y mee there be
* riposted the offen-
No, no,” averred
there would be
i -bearings tnat were
[ aviare ne i
a ted the defend
tr re @i use fos caviare
ere i be none left for ball-
ear Possibly what you
wo eal suggeste a police
there would be
the ball-bearings
be caviare, and
viare for ball-
begin to look
the magistrate
rteously
A Matter Of Common Sense
You see,” said a woman at the
ack of the court, dreamily,
“here would still be the real



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iare, however many ball-pear- Ball 42 guests broke 107 teeth
ngs were used for the sham stuff.” between them—on, of all thing:
True indeed,” replied the caviare. “Still at it?” said the
agistrate. “And,” she eontinued, chatelaine waspishly to the dis-

uraged by prolonged applause, tinguished peer on her left, who
the sham caviare could still be was none other than the skate
ised as ball-bearings, since it is manufacturer of old days. “Ii
actually ball-bearings.’ True everybody did this, we shoulc
again,” said the magistrate with a have no eaviere.” “You haven't
smile. “In view of all this,” re- any,” replied the peer, purple with
joined the manufacturer, “I laughter, “it’s all ball-bearings.’
will adn t I still have some “Oh, don’t let’s go over all that
bali-bearings left over Then again,” said the hostess, making
pray use them for your skates”, a moue, and wistfully recallin;
said the magistrate briskly hat, the magistrate she had once
at any rate,” he added, with loved.
considerable aplomb, “will not (For Peruvian bark see under
interfere with the caviare Chentworth Brick By-Products).
situation.” “Unless,” essayer the
dreamy woman, “unless, of course, Animals In Next Parliament!
there——”" “Please, dear lady”, If ff is true that the Liberals
interposed the magistrate, “let us are putting up an animal candi-

leave it at that.”
A Fragrant Memory
Years passed
woman married a jute
from Bombay,
noted hostess
Castle

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pRipAy. a
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p. G. Flood Situation
Well In Hand

ocate Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, B.G., Feb. 2.
five-man “Brains Trust’ holding major
‘1 the battle against the floods, told a Press Confer-
ee vis afternoon that the situation was well in hand but
pee ad that a breach in the conservancy dams which was
ple over. the week-end spring tides would send an
Pp + foot wall of water rushing towards the coast to cause

© Gmajor calamity.

ewer coir”
France, USSR
Rift Possible

PARIS, Feb. 2. Ae

f made a verba
So ee boviet Union over
Bevan recognition of the Ho
f Minh regime in Indo-China |;
o the Soviet Ambassador’s
(pra to accept a formal protest

note yesterday .

(Barbados Adv

Georget own



Answering blunt questions
from newspaper Editors and for-



cf the five departments pringi-
patly concerned made the follow-
ing disclosures:—The local Gov-
ernment Commissioner, M. B.
Laing said that the District Comy
missioners were alerted to form
flocd. committees to evacuate res-
idents to churches and schools if
floods worsen.

The proposal to evacuate ‘o
Atkinson is considered unwork-
able as villagers are unprepared
to break up their family life. Food








rative evening distributi
The | Conserv : ~}| distribution centres to be opened
paper Le gg ihe tages in affected areas. The Controller
vmes reflects renc of Supplies and Prices, J. Fletcher

ini r that France
‘Office 01 inion, wrote a
Se consider whether to
w her Ambassador from
: i oF ,

“for a certain period’.
‘Moscow “fo

said that imported foodstuffs were
being stock-piled to meet the
situation and he has assumed
extraordinary wide powers to re-



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Reuter’s Diplomatic Corres-| quisition and direct disposal oi
; Jent stated that diplomatic| any price-controlled article.
2 srs in London were discus- The Director of Agriculire)

the possibility of a complete L. D. Cleare said that the expor-
ch of diplomatic relations| tation of plantains and poultry
France and the Soviet{was banned and the Department
was working on a $50,000 plan to






believed that British | rehabilitate the farm lands.
would be against such a Watching Brief
sh in accordance with a The Director of Medical Ser-

policy of “keeping the
of a diplomacy turning”,
they said was followed in
Wain's recognition of the Cen-
ml Peoples Government in)
» M. Massigli, French
tador in London’ who
Pat the British Foreign
today, was believed to have

vices, Dr. L. G. Eddy said his dey
partment was holding a watch-
ing brief to prevent typhoid and
dysentery outbreaks. The Director
of Public Works, H. Symthe ask4
ed when flood waters will go off
the land held out no hope
beyond a statement that with good
y oe r weather there would be consider-
reiection ’
) ae oie sir eer | wom improvement in six or seven
g, Permanent Foreign Office Laing opening the Conference
said it was called to let the public
know what action Government is
| taking to combat the floods,





Secretary
through




British Foreign
Bevin, pass







‘ ; He
way back from :
= on on y ce gave a report of the extent of the
gmbo = to~ ey -.-’ | flooding from Pomeroon to West-
expected to confer with!

ern Berbice and stressed that the



Foreign Minister Schneiter







; Sreatest danger was at Cane

patters affecting future Anglo-| Grove on the Lower East Coast,

Policy in Southeast Asia.| where waters from Mahaica

—Reuter | Creek and the Conservancy were

: | threatening the area on three
-¢ sides.

h For |

; Laing made no effort to min-
imize the danger should a breach

joviet Citiz
pvIe iizens |} in the Conservancy occur.

Ty | The general level of the coast-
fl U.S. Zone | lands is 52 feet while the Conser-
» HEIDELBERG, Jan. 31

| vaney level is 59.8 feet therefore
"Major General M. Yurkin, head | @ breach in the dams would send
f the Soviet Control Commis-| 4 wall of water seven to eight
in’s Repatriation Department, is| feet rushing down on the coast
shere to-morrow on a 10-day} Which would clearly be a majo#
visit of the American Zone | calamity.

Many to search for Soviet |

1 Tribute To Villagers

G Yurkin will be accom-| He paid tribute to villagers and
med by two senior Soviet staff | counselled them to keep steady

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"QUICKLY, DEAR!
ITS STARTING To
RAIN RED HERRINGS"

B. G. Gold | St. Lucia Police

- | Get £44,650
Production | FOR NEW STATION
Increases |



(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

CASTRIES (By Mail).
















LONDON, (By Mail) }.. The Seerciary of State for the
; } ee sere | Colonies has approved a free
Despite a drop in the price of aoe amen Tt bom nt tl
PNG SRM Tees BE. 9 rik, Le ae og a a eae
ni ~ a struction of a medern police
104d an ounce the British Guiana | © Stine: a : . ata rs = -
i" olauwton i re STaLLon, ~
Consolidated Goldfields, Litd., mmended by Mai a R G Cox
have realised an increase of| & @ Wea rauan ie Teiniten,
226,000 in the proceeds of. last ‘ rei Sey ee pu sesie ch
year’s gold production, compared ane hs he Me I a "ae 4
with the previous year 4 the new Castries, Messrs
Mr. Roland Robinson, chair-| tony Lev ‘oh ~eggpdie ts
man of the company, said at the} *1\° + _ ae aa 7
annual general meeting in Lon-| “'S°'°" ie als oP ste thee A
don that this was due to} oor ae - ig si re
increased dredging operations to; WNC) Wil) however be separately
the extent of 383,000 yards and! ®¢Commodated. There will be a
a higher gold yield per cubic! aa icks for 2% emen and six
yard. As a result, he added,| N:C-0.s, a t Police Station to
profits for the year amount to &¢commodate 20 constables and six
£20,796, compared with £4,189 for, N-C-O-s and Office for Station
last year O xr, Charge room, mess anu
“Both operating expenses and recreation room to accommodat«
general expenses in British Gui-| #% men
ana have risen,” he said. “The /
increase in operating expenses W A ae | I
almost wholly due to increases oll. r ppe a n
in direct dredge operating costs \ -
and in dredge repair costs, while} St. Lueia

the inerease in general expenses |

; $7 ; SITTING » Wes i
in British Guiana is due in part] . 4 SITTING ai the West Indian

and partly to the losses we have| Their Honours Sir Cecil Furness-
incurred in our shop trading and| Smith, Chief Justice of Trinidad,
, eo — : “ aa 4

on the transport service run by| Sit Allan Collymore, Chief Justice |

the company”. of Barbados and Sir Newnham |
oe | Worley, Chief Justice of British

Referring to the increased | Guiana,

profits, Mr. Robinson said: ‘“‘The| The Court will listen to an ap-



pending to ~ latest | watch, patrolling dams and doing
is of the International Refu- prevent waters

Secnisation aaa C | everything to

e ton in the American | from reaching the villages
he, 2,591 former Soviet citizens m 8 eens
still living in displaced per-!







. Tee eae Wherever the necessity arises,
gedit a ae soup kitchens will be established
triation Mission in Frankfurt | but the policy is to give villagers
requested by the American | work and the cost will be borne
horities to discontinue its activ- | 20t by villagers but by a special
a its work was said to be|Flood Relief Emergency vote
longer necessary. —Reuter. | which the Legislature will be

asked to approve. |






| Should conditions worsen plans
-are already formulated for area
‘committees to deal with food dis-~
‘tribution and evacuation.

viet Ambassador






Collects Protest Summing up the food situation
the Controller of, Prices and Sup-

PARIS, Feb. 2. | plies, Fletcher said that steps

Mr. Alexander ‘Bogomolov,| Were being taken to assure. that
Ambassador in Paris, | adequate supplies were on hand|

aed at the French Foreign, 2%d that rush orders were sent to}
this morning, and saw} Canada for more flour and pota-
Pierre Schneiter, acting For-| toes. : ‘
Wn Minister. Mr. Bogomolov,| The Director of Agricultura
had been asked to call at 1] ' Stated he had prohibited the ex-
arrived at exactly that port of poultry and plantains, and
mr, and left six minutes later., his départment was _ stock-piling
Was unaccompanied and| plantains, suckers, ecdoes, tannias
miling. and other provision to rehabili+
WO days ago, Mr. Bogomolov | tate farm lands

€d to call at the French Cattle Slaughtered
Mm Ministry to receive the| Where necessa’- attle were
mh Government's note of | being slaughtered and put in cold
* against Soviet recognition | storage while the younger animals

Government of Ho Chi| were being placed on estates for
in Vietnam

unist!


















He did not] fattening.
me that he could not leave] ‘The Director of Medical Ser-
Bey. The French note] vices said dangers lay . ahead

mt to the Soviet Embassy
surned by Mr. Bogomolov
Â¥ with a short note say-
he did not “consider it
to receive such a note.” |
meiter, who is acting |
A Minister during M. Schu-
absence through illness,
t invited Mr. Bogomolov

| when .contaminated water might
cause dysentery and typhoid.

All Sanitary Inspectors were
engaged in advising villagers on
sanitary measures and directing
them to the nearest water supply,
now to boil water, etc.

Nurses, midwives and health
visitors have been alerted to re-






a time to come to see
ee quisition immediately for blank-
—Reuter | ts, milk and other necessities for
—. lying in mothers and-stocks of
enenesindaain

T.A.B. injections are being kept
available,

The local branch of B.M.A. also
signified the readiness of private
practitioners to give all possible
assistance should the necessity

D
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LANGUAGES

ROME, Feb, 2

ate Pius xi addressed 3,000 | “8538
, 10 five languages is | * ? ‘ s

min at a ceremony inthe on To-day was a fairly bright day

Palace in honour of the Feast | With only a few showers but as

‘the Purification of the Blessed | @fternoon approached a dark

Ty. —Reuter,









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Board have felt justified—and in| peal from the decision of His Hon-
this matter they have thejour Mr. Justice A. V. Crane,
approval of the Colonial Devel-| Puisne Judge of the Windward- |







opment Corporation, as required| Leeward Supreme Court, in the} ee nema = wo as cote
under the agreement with that|case of Mr. Lewis Thomas, form- ae cae” face, 72 Des 7
corporation—in recommending aj erly of the St. Lucia Lands and | ®Pecialist from ae ty so
dividend of 4 per cent, less}Survey Department, (now of | general PrACUiiORS vo b
income-tax, to be paid out of| Trinidad) and the Hon. A. C. H. aoe ee who are bot

ast year’s results and we hope,| Baynes, Colonial Treasurer. noMCaying here, — s

x "Ge Le : divider: Hon. Allen Lewis, LLB. will Detailed discussions with and
paying company, that we will be; argue the appe hile Hon, Gar- frank oa Were OxpEeenee =
able in future to continue in that} net H. Gordon, O.B.E., will appear Dr Turner at the two-day talks
position. For the first time we/| for the respondent, which covered every important
have been able to allocate the! aspect of the Colonial Medical
inhe iol fg >1 Service here and at which the

substantial amount of £14,000 t Cav ‘ c \ we |
general reserve.” FOR STUDIES IN U.K. Federal Senior Medical Officer

ne ; a «Anat Was present.

Mr. Robinson said that the i ST. LUCIA, (By Mail) No direct requests are to be BECAUSE
company had not been able to; Two students left to further | made to the local Government, FE
complete its programme of _sur- enters o SARY. WER » one for _Nurs- however, as the B.M.A. in London YOu LOV
veying and prospecting. “This,”) 108 - otner for the novitiate of | will be having consultations with|
he said, “was wholly due to the) St. Joseph. Miss Ruth Butcher? the Colonial Office on the points| NICE THINGS
difficulty of finding properly Cites marie in nena be raised. Dr. Turner leaves to-day) §
| qualified men to carry out this; Vice proceeded to England to} gor gt. Lucia. | .
responsible work. However, with) Pursue studies in Nursing and WE are Showing
the assistance of Mr. Cochran, | — Patricia Riviere van 2 a t .
and the Colonial Development Trinidad to 6enter St. Josepn’s pe h Fine in
Corporation, we have now re-|Convent. Miss Butcher's brother, Strike For 15 the ,
cruited the necessary staff so gp who was also a former = : M ic AN
that the important work of| clerk in the Labour Department M | os A ER
prospecting can begin again.” here, is now doing Medicine at Minutes l'o Viourn | :

—B.U.P Howard University. U d Thi
_ ‘ Pi on n $
eniereepenrnnnegeernste For Shot Workers nder-thing
= = ee â„¢~
ss . “
oy . » £38,400 Grant ROME, Feb. 2. | by
Pagan Children
7 * Italy:s Communist-led General
BERLIN, Jan. 31. For Housing Labour Confederation today called | VAN RAALTE
Otto Nuschke, Christian Demo- 15-minute strike

CASTRIES (By Mail).
Housing in burnt out Castries
received further assistance from
he Mother Country today with
the announcement that the Secre-

cratic Deputy Premier of the
East German Republic, wrote to
Cardinal Von Preysing, Catholic!
Bishop of Berlin to-day that he





would “look into the situation} tary of State for the Colonies has
of the Catholic Church” in the} approved another grant of £38,400
Republic at the Cardinal’s re-| for housing in Castries, on condi-
quest. tion that a_ similar amount is

Cardinal Von Preysing said. in
a letter to Nuschke recently that
the fiberties of the Church
guaranteed. at Potsdam and in the |

raised by loan locally.

A Narrow Escape



as |



Eastern German Constitution DOMINICA, Feb 2

were not being respected Chil-| pat Rolie, Abbot Shillingford, BEATRICE HARRIS of Green SHOPPE
dren were being brought up iD) and Earnest Burton had a narrow | HiI) and Sonnie Matthew were

a “state of Godlessness” and the|escape when pleasure fishing, The] oth fined for assaulting and

Catholic Hierarachy were forbid-| boat went adrift and a shirt at beating Edgar Browne yesterday BROAD __ STREET.
den to distribute any religious|the end of an oar attracted a when they appeared before His

publications in the Soviet Zone,| passing schooner.—(C.P.). Worship Mr. H. A. Talma.

he said. Dominica Represented Harris was fined 10/- and 1/-|

Herr Nuschke answered that
he would consult with his fellow
Ministers on the subject, “as it
was of great importance’ and
promised to keep Cardinal Von
Preysing informed. —Reuter.

9

DOMINICA, Feb.

The Hon. Arthur Pemberton, a|

prominent planter, sailed for Ja-|

maica to represent Dominica at |

the ceremonies at the University
College.—(C.P.)



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Aga’s Papers, Police Search
e arn” _ For Art Thief

| LUBECK, British Zone, Feb, 2.
German Police here have begun

KARACHI, Feb. | ;
A pickpocket stole “important | @ large scale man-hunt for a fugi-

9

ae hévear. é
papers” from the pocket of the|Uve 25-year-old German art
Aga Khan’s private secretary | Student suspected of one of the
today when a throng of people | Most sensational art thefts of this

century.

sressed round the Aga Khan and | ‘*; : ‘
pens TOWEL Wie Ae ’ 3 [The Police said that they be-

» Reour arrives f farar |
pew t ane ee lieved that he had stolen about
The Aga Khan ord his wife] 7000 art pieces by world famous
have been visiting India after an|â„¢#sters which were estimated to
absence of four years. }be worth several million marks.
He is spiritual head of Islam, | A few days before, the police had
a large community here ; confiscated in the student's former
ae . flat a second trunk said to contain

On Sunday, he told a reporter! (3. “. ~ ; ’
that he wou!d devote his millions| 185 works of Rembrandt.and Al

to research on medicine and | recht Duere
education. He said that he would} According to the British paper,
not replace the gems stolen from} the contents of the trunk found
his wife in Fifnce last reer a the Lubeck bank included 32
“One is much safer without! etchings and paintings by Rem-
jewelry”, he added. | branat, 45 by Duerer, 110 by the
—Reuter 18th century master Daniel Cho-
dowiecky, one by Raphael, two by
Tischbein, one by Hoibein and
ss ‘ several by other world famous

Leéwards Branch masters. —

The stolen pieces were believed
to belong to former collections of
irt galleries in Berlin and other
|G¢@eman cities,

The student is believed to have

B.M.A. Celebrates
Diamond Jubilee

to increased staff travelling ex-| Court of Appeal will be held in ST. JOHN’S (By Mail) fled to the United States with

penses caused by preparations for| Castries on Monday, February 6. FOUNDED in 1890, the Leeward |" valuable art pieces hated

installation of our new dredge! The Court will be constituted by Yelanda Branc the British | Neuter.
- ‘ ef) TY Slands Branch of € ritis

Medical Association has just cele-
brated its Diamond Jubilee with}
a series of discussions with Dr.
E. Gray Turner, Assistant Secre-
tary of the association who is|
visiting the West Indian branches |
on behalf of London headquarters.

It ended with a dinner at the
Beach Hotel on Tuesday evening

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general
hroughout the country for next
Thursday in “mourning” for six
workers shot by Police at Modena |
last month.

The workers were killed when
they attempted to storm a locked
out steel foundry.





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gation Staff in Prague, it was offi- |
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cially announced here today.
There are Hugo Bomounek, a
clerk in the Commercial Attache’s

office, and Richard Bergmann, ay
The two Canadians

book-keeper.
expelled
were Sergeant Walter Danko anc
Corporal P. Vanier, both of the
Canadian Air Force.

Danko was alleged to have en-
gaged in spying activities, and
Vanier was accused of assaulting
members of the Czechoslovak
Security Police.

They have returned to Canada.

The Canadian Gowernment yes-
terday approved the terms of the

note ordering the Czechs to leave, ;

and it was delivered to the
Czechoslovak Charge D’Affaires
today.

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Friday, February 3, 1950





Too Many Fires

IT HAS been preached to the average
Barbadian in and out of season that it is
sheer folly to set fire to the sugar cane crop
in this island. It is true that some of these
fires are accidentally caused by careless
action; but there are occasionally circum-
stances which go to prove that tht hand
of the vandal was at work.

A few years ago as a result of dissatisfac-
tion over the wages to be paid to cane cut-
ters there was a series of fires to the cane
crop which cost this island a sum in the
vicinity of forty thousand pounds. It was a
most unhappy circumstance. Not only to

’ the economic loss but the rupture in other-
wise good relationships has never been
fully recovered; and if there was ever a
time when happy relationships were needed

2 between employers of labour and the work-

rae ing class, it is today. In fact it is only on

: unity of outlook, not only in Barbados but

throughout the British West Indies, that
there can be any hope for the futuse of





oy
West Indian sugar.
With an uncertain future it would be as
e well to get all-we can out of the crops in
i, order to sectire the greatest amount of

money even if prices are lower than is an-
ticipated. If the cangs are destroyed there
is less sugar and so less money to be cir-
culated. But between these two stages there
is a loss of employment for cane cutters,
labourers, lorry drivers, porters, lighter-
men and others who handle the sugar at
the port.

When the loss in these various avenues
of employment is carefully considered
they mount up to a colossal sum. There are
not as many fires as occurred two or three
years ago but there are still too many for
; comfort. There is a prevalent belief that a
few fires set at various points in the island
will hasten the beginning of the crop. Even
if this were true it is also true that it short-
ens the crop and so lessens employment.
This is another great disadvantage to which
the vandal exposes the other workers when
he sets fire to a field of canes.

It is not to be understood that all the
Hi fires occurring to canes in this island are
ia deliberately set; but even if they are caused
by carelessness the net result is the same.
That is the reason why the greatest care
should be exercised in the disposal of dying
matches and other inflammable material
in the neighbourhood of cane fields.



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Jamaican Follow Up

THE arrival of the Field Staff
Jamaica Agricultural Society to secure
first hand information of the agricultural
set-up in this island is yet another com-
pliment paid to us by the sister colony.

Last year an Agricultural Mission spon-
sored by the Jamaica Gleaner visited this
colony to find out what were the methods

of the

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employed whereby a small island with
65,000 arable acres could support approxi-
mately 200,000
produce food products at a cheaper rate
than another fourteen times the
size

The present visit of the Field Staff is
clearly the off-shoot of the first, and the
stage where the practical agriculturist
takes up the investigation in the wake of
the propagandist who has been able to
prove to the people of Jamaica that it is
worth while to copy our methods.

It must be repeated that visits such as
these are the clearest indication that the
West Indian Islands have much in common
and that they can benefit immensely from
the pooling of resources and ideas to the
common good of the entire Caribbean area.

It is to be hoped that the visitors as
guests of the Agricultural Department will
have the fullest opportunity of examining
with profit, the internal methods of our
agricultural production and administration,
and that this will be to the economic
benefit of Jamaica.

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and work, and I do regret the



Mr.
Miller at last Tuesday’s session of
| the House of Assembly, “Unless
this Resolution is passed, we are
denying the next generation the
| benefit of an education”. He re-
ferred, of course, to the Govern-
ment Resolution to meet the cur-
rent critical shortage of specialized
teachers prevalent in the Colony
by increasing the salaries and by
the granting of leave passages. As
several members pointed out, this
| shortage may be of only a tem-
porary nature, but the fact
| remains that unless something is
; done, and done quickly, to halt
the present exodus of teaching
| staff from this island, the educa-
tion of hundreds presently attend-
ing local schools and colleges is
going to be seriously menaced.
The Government argument, as
outlined by Mr. Grantley Adams,
is plain enough. Government has
been assured, by the Civil Ser-
vice Association, and by Educa-
tional bodies overseas, that leave
passages ere essential—even more
necessary than increased salaries
Government itself warmly sup-
ports these views. A schedule has
been drawn up of those Civil
| Servants to whom it is proposed
| to grant leave passages, and while
it was emphasised that this
schedule was open to alteration
at next Tuesday’s meeting of the
| House, it was in itself quite suffi-
| cient to thoroughly deter the
| entire members on the Opposition
| side from giving support. The
Opposition made it clear that it
was not against the granting of
leave passages, but was against
the granting on such a wide-
were listed on the proposed
schedule, which, in the Opposi-
tion’s opinion was far too high.
Mr. Adams explained that the
list was open to amendment, but
Government was gravely concern-
ed with the educational crisis, and
| that while teachers were not
| Civil Servants (although it had
| been considered regarding them as
j such) it was not possible to vote
| for the increase in salaries of
teachers and not support the leave

passages for both teachers and
approved members of the Civil
Service—the two went together.
In one of the longest speeches I
have heard in the House, Mr.
| Crawford stressed his point that
Barbados simply could not afford
to grant leave passages, having,
| unlike British Guiana and Trini-
dad, to rely entirely on sugar for
its resources (he did not mention
tourism or the possibility of oil)
and the sugar situation could not
be regarded as stable for much











From Our Own Correspondent)
TWO months ago, Princess
| Elizabeth, heir to the throne, and |
h sister Princess Margaret, sat
ttentivel) one of London's
most exclusive clubs as they

listened to a tall, smiling young
man from Trinidad singing one of
the calypsoes for which his island
| ig famous.
That man was Aldwin Roberts,
better known as “Lord Kitchener,”

| who. in 1946, won the coveted
title “King Calypso of Trinidad.”
In 18 months in England Kitch has
I ich to popularise calypso



and to-day he is regarded
f the foremost entertainers
1 n’s famous clubland.

His story is wo th recalling. It
was at the end of 1948 that 27-
year-old Lord Kitechener—“I have
led by this name so long,
almost given up using

Roberts” — arrived nm
1, determined to popularise








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lypsoes with the British Public.

Since then calypso singing has
| become an accepted part of nigbt-
club entertainment, and to Lord
Kitchener, the pioneer who s¢t
forth from .Trinidad, much of
| the credit is due,
His first engagement was at the
‘Antilles’ Club, where the patrons
‘wee amused and delighted to
have songs made up about them.
| For Kitch (as a true Trinidad
|calypsoian) invents his own
calypsoes on the spur of the mo-
ment. This, he confesses, some-
‘times means taking liberties with
the English language, and twist-
ing the pronunciation of a word
to suit his own purpose. But that,
of course, is part of the fascina-
tion of calypso singing; for one
never quite knows what is coming
next. Not only does he think up
his own lyrics—he also composes
the tune as he goes along. Twa
of his latest compositions are “I
the

Can’t Stand the Cold in
Winter,” and “London Is the Place
for Me.”

Kitch was born in Arima,

Trinidad. Even in his very early
schooldays he was interested in
music—in fact he was quite ‘often
ig trouble with his schoolteacher
ior imitating the strumming of a

guitar in class.









minutes out of a day than what

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Storms and Hurricane Lanterns

By Lee Wade

longer. “The schedule”, exclaimed
the junior me.nber for St. Philip,
“ealis for the Assistant Matron
of the hospital, which postt-on any
capable nurse could fill, to receive
£600 after four years service for
leave in Fngland. Are we going
mad?”. Mr. Crawford stated that
it appeared that Government was
striving to appease a few English
officers, presumably through a
feeling of obligation, and that if
the schedule was approved es *
stood, every Government servant
would be entitled to leave pas-
sages, together with their wives.
“Seldom,” he concluded, “have I
heard such a fantastic proposal
put before this House”. An un-
fortunate scene, which, however,
was not without humour, occurred
during the course of Mr. Craw-
ford’s lengthy oratory. Referring
to the House, he made the state-
ment “parrots get up in here and
say—”". The strained relations
between the junior member for
St. Philip and Trade Union Secre-
tary F. L. Walcott became openly
apparent when the latter de-
manded a withdrawal of the word
“parrot”. Despite the efforts of
Mr. Adams, and the requests of
Chairman Smith for order, Messrs
Walcott and Crawford snarled and
glared at each other for some
moments—had they been c!o:er I
think anything might have hap-
pened. Mr. Crawford refused
the request of the Chairman to
withdraw his remark, and Mx.
Smith left the Chair. Mr. Wal-
cott, finally, “to avoid embarras-

sing my colleagues,” withdrew his

objection. Lunch at 2 p.m., pro-
vided a welcome respite. After
lunch, Mr. Mottley, not so dy-
namic as usual, voiced the opin-
ion that a temporary errange-
ment could perhaps be arrived
at in the matter of teachers. It
was Mr. Keith Walcott, with
three sons at Lodge School, who
gave some idea of the predica-
ment which exists at the mo-
ment. Boys at Lodge have been
obliged tc study physics at Har-
rison College. There is a science
laboratory — but no equipment,
although same has been on order
for over a year. The shortage of
teachers exists not only here, but
in the United Kingdom itself. In-
dustry has absorbed many who
would otherwise be instructors in
science, mathematics and other
fields. The situation, as outlined
by Mr. Reece, is that the Oppo-
sition side of the House are not
against leave passages, but are
against those proposed on the



The Calypso Comes to Britain

Lord Kitchener Sings “London Is The Place For Me™



LORD KITCHENER.

schedule. An exasperated Mr
Adams, at least four times, ex-
plained that the said schedule}

cculd be amended next week. but) Party has presented us
election
between Toryism ,and Socialism,
‘of whom millions of people were very un-)
a choice which has sent us further

to one extreme or another than is good for).
‘he nation, and which has exacerbated our |!
golitical divisions. :
marks by Mr. Wilkinson, he €X-| Now the Liberals are m
| come-back. They have had to make an ex-|
emely difficult choice.

They had to decide either to fi
where or to concentrate on the

increases in salary could rot be)
voted for, and leave passages
voted against. He even directe..
members to vote a definite “No’
to the Resolution if they were ne.)
in favour of leave passages. 1%
was not a good day for the Lead-|
er of the House—his patience}
was sorely tried. Replying to re-|

~

postulated’ that he was surprised
to hear such from the Honourable
member “who has more intell -
gence than- his colleagues.)
This brought the alert forme: }
Attorney-General to his feet with |
a protest against the insinuation,|

_and the statement was changed|

to “who has as much intelligence
as his colleagues.” The only t-me

Mr. Adams really looked happ)

was when he rebuked members
for reading newspapers durin:

debates.

As several members pointea
out, many young West indians
are now studying abroad, and, 21.
time, they may greatly, if not en-
tirely, ease the situation. But
specialists, particularly in science.
are urgently required now, anit |
they are not going to come +t
Barbados if they can obtain bet-

c’imate here, it is true, might in-
duce some to settle for lower
salaries, but, to use an expres-
sion frequently heard in the House,
“human nature being what it is”,
cash is usually a greater induce-
ment than climate.

The Barbados Electric Com-
pany came in for some strong
criticism, * but, in spite of the
general annoyance, there may_ be
many who share the views of Mr.
Ward that the fault does not lay
with the company authorittes.
The company, certainly, were not
to blame for the faults in th
machinery imported recently fron
the U.K., but a statement as 1
why the remaining machines
which have been installed for
some time, were permitted .o
sink into such an unsatisfactory
condition, might help to clear the
air. Most decidedly the “black-
outs”, with island hotels full of
tourists, could not have come at
a more unfortunate time. If sugar
ceases to be the bread-winner of
former years, and oil is not found
in sufficient quantity, all that re-
mains is the development of the
tourist traffic. We must guide
tourists to Barbados — but we
won't do it with hurricane lan-
terns.





general

happy,

| tr

prospect of seeing a large number of Tories
and Socialists returned on a minority vote
because of the effect of a third Liberal can-
didature.

t

party capable of providing an alternative
Government—a very damaging thing for
such candidates as they did decide to run.

and are to fight some hundreds of seats. How
ter terms elsewhere. The healthy} wil] they fare?

sentiments which are strong in Britain today.
First, a great deal of Liberalism survives.
Second, there is a large body of opinion which
does not want the country to be carried far-

t

afraid of a reversion to the lethargy and in-
adequacy which marked Conservative Gov-
ernments in the inter-war years.

i

women who look with very doubtfuleyes on
the prospect of either a Socialist or a Tory
victory.

suaded that the Liberal Party had a chance, a
real chance, in this election, the result might
well be spectacular. There might be a big
Liberal revival.

reluctant to throw away its votes on candi-

success. That, for the Liberals, is the crucial
issue.

Caesar or nothing.



established singers and ask for a
trial. it was Calypso Seaso.,
1944, and Lord Kitchener macs
his debut with a song called
“Mary, I am Tired and Disgusted,
Don’t Boil Any More Green Fiss
for my Breakfast.” The songs
(and Kitch) scored a great hits
He completed the season on a ris
ing wave of. popularity.

Once established, he was in
great demand. He sang for Presi-~

dent Truman when he visited
Cumuto Base, on the island.
Among others he entertained

were former world heavyweight
boxer, Joe Louis, and film star
George Raft. He also sang at Gov-
ernment House, Trinidad.

By the time 1946 came along
Lord Kitchener had gained the
coveted title “King Calypso c!
Trinidad.” It was then his thoughts
turned to Britain—and the mil-
lions who had never even heard
calypso—“a ready-made public
just waiting to be educated.”

And so Lord Kitchener arrived

The passion for calypso grew at last in England to introduce the

up with him. After leaving
school, he went to Port-of-Spain
and entered his father’s trade,
that of blacksmith. But all th
time half-formed songs and lyric
kept running through his mind,
and the calypso was never faif
from his thoughts t

In 1938 Kitch entered his firs}
Calypso Competition at his home
town, Arima, and after winning
il, thought he was good enough
to meet the big calypso singers
on their own ground. His first
professional appearance in Port-
of-Spain was at the Royal Thea-
tre, where he was an instant suc-
cess. This gave him fresh inspir-
ation, and at last he plucked up
enough courage to approach the







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strange rhythm of the calypso.
He has achieved considerable suc-
cess and has worked in a number
of different night-clubs, althouga
he says rather sadly, that he has
to “tone down” his songs som¢-
what, in order that English people
can understand them.

He has recently composed a
calypso which Adelaide Hall sings
in the film “Night and the City”,
and at present is busily engaged
in making recordings for H.M.V

Lord Kitchener is quite happy in
England, but he admits he would
like to return to Trinidad some-
time “Just to show them that 1
am doing the job D set out to do—
popularising calypso in Britain.”

His ambitior. for the future—to
keep on singing calypsoes, and
“maybe to grow rich through my
singing.”

He had this to say about
the future of calypso in England:
—“The English people are catch-
ing on to calypso very gradually.
I think that in about a year’s time
people will really begin to under-
stand what it is all about. Mean-
time I am working very hard ta
make people all over Britain un-

derstand and love the songs of| are millions who would not care greatly tc,

my country.”









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only one argument against them Lodge School V. WALKER oar ohie the blind yi re seeeion of this sort requires pest. but rather, let oe only eight names were mentiones JUICES: . (5) Flavours
ee ae ? ; ? ; sould fail to funds to €xeo : iain cee in , ave ¢ ; ,
which seem valid to me, viz: the gt John, see the necessity for wider and duties attac rT the numerous the co-operation that is expected Ceorge Gladstone Harvis, one of PINEAPPLE JUIC
expense. It may be true that Bar- J oe streets 6 a ae to it, It is not he ; se wi the vestrymen who RAN JUICE TARIOCA
bados cannot afford to spend any February 2, 1949 more streets. The Labour Gov- enough for this body to ask f of them by those who receive the was omitted. In f bees ete oO GE JUICE iS
more on education than she is at Road Safety ernment during its years of careful driving when there cee taxes. ss : I. V.B. gentleman his ions deomaa the FIG
present spending. That being so, SIR,—It is tr ay power have begun widening high- be the érection of signs telling Co-Education At The been mentiond. have STRONG MINTS PRUNES
Tae cee’ cut ber suit to Ot hee dos ~ ey . that in Barba- ways, which, probably due to so drivers of the approach of a College Tee Bet Re ROACH BARLEY SUGAR CUSTARD POWDER —
cloth and resign herself (0 “mak- world . = countries in the many pressing financial problems “Cross Road”, “School.” wg. > ge Nr. Lowlands, : . GOLD BRAID RU a
ing do” with the second-best. She re «iy there are a number of are rather slow; nevertheless, it Bend,”~“Double S. Bend”. “Road SIR,—I have been recently in- St. Lucy. J. & R. BREA - :
cannot expect to retain the ser- jnc aia motorists, cyclists and may be correct in stating that on Narrows,” “Concealed Ti oad formed that a start in co-education : CROWN DRINKS ARR’S SWEET 5 "
vices of her well-qualified staff eee pedestrians; but none of those streets that were “Round About,” “Bridge . hee in secondary schools has been Cricket ¢ :
neither can she reasonably expect the i lic ——. tendency by widened has any accident occurred Hill,” “Level crossing,” “Sedaaett at Harrison College with the SIR,—In view of the fact tha
e recr uit new aste rs or mis- conte: sai atts a tr > so a ans,” “Cattle,” “One way Traffic” a-—.. - a student from = British Guiana Cricket Tean MEAT DEPT.
resses from abroad, unles av ’ _ m the heads s > clear { ] “Ros . : _ “—~ » GQUucen s ouege Science 74V i ;
resses ft os broad le: all tnatertate taveivus te ce - of an rould be clear to all that “Road Junction” “T, Junction”. lectures. 1 ae te the & ence nave had to hasten their| TRIPE, LIVER, RABBITS,
y p as ges ; paid et cahentoas bi dents a certain streets which “Fork Roads” etc., etc _— lope that this pre- “rival in this colony in| OX TONGUES, SWEET
1 urely I : not r with pedestrians or cyclists, and should not be open to vehicles As to pedestrians, i edent will be of benefit to girls ‘im effort t ~ure ke E $
‘ vhere t . ' ; Ts cles As to pedestrians, I may state foleess 4 i girs t to secure some practic BREADS, BRAINS.
: oe ios ee ire involved other than cars which would al- that I spent nearly ine véures esiring to further their educatipn, 1 crave a little of your en ali nese sentation
r of wer wiety low the safe travelling of two in Egypt where vehicl rs Teves : parent sch« suggest that a practice match ie Fres , ; Daily
l al ° fault. opposite directions Where it is right hand j " ie ae to tween B.G. and the B.C.L tate _ ee ee
1 4 ‘ iy i all th : ht that trucks andi buses the Pedestrian the and ave —_ = ; ay place on Saturday 4th, and Sun- COD FILLETS, MACKEREL
| ar I ™ nike’ ni — t of necessity use these: narrow never seen sods . aa Se y day Sth inst at the Empire
ea SE € a ividua 0 Ss, then such strips of road- in wh Ks E I congratulate Grounds. }
t I do: ie or they 1 t be one way tram weg + Rigo ove ) thorities at Harri- his si } .
oo } Strut tec le at "Bn es Se Aces Eee “Renads u maw my welt Pome GODDARD'S t
ae r p 1tol emp € re carrying a visible sign as such and There also seer a this great the visitors to gain ct ame | P e *
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B cgiDAS FEBRUARY 3,

yesterday
b Was Bright

























E BRIGHTEST day since
+. working week began, was
eS n the City yesterday
gpinnessec throughout the day and
: shomty after 4.00 p.m., when
Cana their way home,
y clerks ti dark cloud could ke
ro jn the sky Hil ee a
nS ejierxs stijl brougn
ks and umbrellas—just
were not

URING

only three parishes got rain

* the night and up to_
Da yesterday morning rain
pelo ery parish.

â„¢ wer Pe was that in both
pcone™™ and St. Philip, 47

2a The Sta-

» night
fell at the nig ' Ore
: i vi > :
“tion Hi jistrict also recoraec 7 |

De of this 2 parts fell dur- |
rm.

5 day. ae eases l
‘7 ae rainfall returns were: City |

Station Hill District 47
a mst. George 74 parts, St..|
47 parts, St. Thomas 26 |
os st Peter 44 parts, St Jos-
. ie arts, St. James 37 parts, |
F Ey 99 parts, St. John 43
‘tc and St. Andrew 15 parts








QNSTABLES had a laugh at

ga Sentry on duty at the



: of the Central Police
“ esterday .
pe commissioner's car, which



sable was driving, $!
apie the gate. Tne Sen-
By saw the number M.489, and, j
F course, eame smartly to atten-
before Presenting Arms. ei
Glancing inside the car he dis- |
ed that it was only a Con-/





the day on Wednesday |



.

1950

| Chief Judge
Allows Appeal

Tells Wife Bring Fresh Case





POINTING out that the Court
was concerned with a point of law
only and not with the merits of
the case, His Honour the Chief

Judge, Sir Allan Collymore, in the
Court of Error yesterday allowed
the appeal of Colvin Clarke of
Sugar Hill, St. Joseph,, against

decision of the Assistant Court of
|Appeal. This Court had ordered
Clarke to pay 5/- a week in sup-
port of his wite, instead of 3/- a
week as he was ordered to do in

6
{April 1947 by a Police Magistrate.

| The Chief Judge found that an

jincome, since the original order
was made, had not been proved.
}He observed, however, that the
amount ordered was ridiculously
low, and advised the wife, Clarice
Clarke, to seek legal advice and
bring a fresh case if there was
proper evidence.

presented by Mr. J. E. T. Branck+
er, instructed by Messrs Year-

| wood & Boyce.

The Chief Judge giving his de-
cision said: —
Decision

“This appeal arises out of a
complaint brought by the re-
spondent under Section 3 of the
Married Women’s Act, seeking
an increase of alimony. The
case was tried by the Police
Magistrate and there was an
appeal to the Assistant Court of
Appeal which Court confirmed
the Magistrate’s decision in-



and not the Commissioner












A smile he shuffled c |

! a ise soa Bator : "Ot dering
ms, |
INQUIRIES made yesterday |
disclosed that the large um-=|

ila, ete Const c wi oe

oi Te wear the Nelson Statue, |

ae not made locally but was im-|

ed from England through}
ssrs, Cave Shepherd : |
it is only the box which holds |
umbrella in position—that)|
made by Cpl Byer,” Colonel
7, Michelin, Commis ioner of |
lie, told the “Advocate” yes-|
day. |



e Commissioner said that to}
fout which is tne better of the


















S shelters, he will allow the
brelia to remain at its present
ition for about two months. In

way he will see how it stands |
to the weather.
fave never seen these shel-
in any other part of the}
id, but 1 believe they are used |
Rome,’ the Commissioner said

He said that what is more the
brella type may prove suitable
places where the hooded type
d not work, and in this case
w both would be put into gen-|
it use.

COMMISSIONER of
lice, Col. R. T. Michelin,
mis to start a large campaign}
the prevention of cruelty to
mals and he wants the general
bic 10 CO-Oper

Pn.
Po-|





told the ‘ vocate” yester-

W that he would be very glad}
seeing horse drawn|
overloaded, or any other}
Hiy to an animal, would re- |





f it immediately

|
E SGT. MAJOR SIMMONS!
has been placed in charge of |
No. 4 in the country, Sgt. |
bor Franklyn has taken his
’ at the Harbour Police Sta-|
i.
. Springer, who is now act-|
Sgt. Major, is performing

Major's Franklyn’s duties.



|































ME LOSS of $47.50 in cash
Was reported by Marcel
Rerie of White Park Road. He

that the money was taken
his residence at the above

ms between 6.15 p.m. and
‘p.m. on Tuesday.

REEF PAVILION is
Meatly completed and two]

Htennis courts are now being |
red.

BH. A. Tudor, Churchwar- |
told the “Advocate” yester-
Mhat he is now completing the
leading to ihe Pavilion and
mainting will be finished next



Said that the Playing Fields
mittee will then deciae ways
S$ Of running the grounds
Wilion and the opening date
announced »

land bar of the Pavilion
mec With florescent lighting

ACCIDENT

occurred on}
Broad Street, near Prince |
m Henry Street, at about!

BM. on Wednesday between |
Car G.212, owned by Mr
of Windsor Plantation and
Winstone Crawford of
address, and another car,

x Cross Road

routine, whereby readers
old tards issued three years
eve their addre ses, as re-
e en their curds, carefully

estered §=burrowers will
Seah borrower's cards
ee pone Ol re-registration |
Sere Index as to the
fe ive” borrowers regis-
es to bring the Lib-










ine Sports







creasing the _ original order
which had been made in April,
1947, from 3/- a week to 5/- a

week. The matter now comes
before this Court on a point of
law only

says that an increase
under circumstances
such as those before the Court
may be made if the wife seek-
ing such an increase proves that

The Act
in alimony



the husband's income has in-
creased in amount since the
original order, or that her

means have decreased and that
she is in a worse position than
she was in before.

The Magistrate as I said, in-

creased the amount from 3/- to |
5/- a week, and the Court of'

Appeal giving judgment, said in |
confirming the Magistrate’s de-
cision: “We have been influ- |
enced partly by the fact that |
one child of the marriage who }
stays with the appellant is now
of working age, and partly by |
the fact that although the |

pellant’s income from his trade
as a carpenter is now roughly
the same was when the
order was made, his true fin-
ancial position, including his
house and land does not |

as it

to have been before the Court.”
No Proof

On that point, bearing in
mind what the Act says about
means increasing in amount, it
is impossible for this Court to
say whether at the original
hearing or even in this case
evidence as to property was be- {
fore the Magistrate. However,
I agree with Mr. Brancker’s
submission that there is no
proof of an increase in means
and that there is no fresh evi-
dence before the Court on that.
In consequence, although this
case was tried by the same
magistrate who made the orig-
inal order in 1947, the appeal
will have to be allowed.

This Court, as I have re-
marked before, is not concerned
with the merits of the case. But
I may be pardoned for observ-
ing that the amount ordered in
this case is to my mind as ri-
diculously low as are some of
the fines imposed by magistrates
in certain cases. One would
have thought that at least 10/-
a week for a man earning $2.00
a day and possessing land and
property, would not be exces-
sive for him to pay in support
of a wife and child, because as
the matter stands, it is his duty
to support his wife and child
just as much as to support his
mother and the other children.”

Speaking to the respondent
the Chief Judge said: “My ad-
vice to you is to go and see a
lawyer and bring a fresh case
if there is proper evidence. The
appeal must be allowed, the
Chief Judge ended. The com-
plaint is dismissed without pre-
judice and as the point was not
taken in either of the Courts be-
low, there will be no order as
to costs.”

Reef Gets
A Pathway



Owned by Mr. D. V A PATHWAY leading from
Mt “Sherbourne,” Two Mile] the Reef Pavilion to the nmiain
driven by Daryl Hill of | "ad is now under construction

Both cars| at the Reef grounds

tly damaged The levelling of the out field
"7 is progressing and water hoses
ISTRATION of bor-| are in regular use in assisting
ewers begins at the Public] the growth of grass on many
today. This j a regular] arid patches.

Meanwhile the bottom flooring

of the pavilion is being laid and
the
installed.

two lavatories have been

400 Tous Metal

Goes to Puerto Rico

LOADED with 250 tons of scrap





c., -P-to-date in so far bers
pd addr are concern-| iron and 150 tons of copper for
Puerto Rico, the motor vessel

HARVESy “Arocosta” sailed from Bridge-

E EST FESTIVAL| town yesterday evening. :
place on Sunda; last at On the way to Puerto Rico, in|
: Pa Church, Thera| Will make stops at Vieux Fort, St. |

ens iciency in the} Lucia, and Martinique. It is ex~
compared | pected to load more scrap iron at
the canes ex-| Vieux Fort.

better than} Under Captain Lewis, the “Aro-
| costa” arrived here on January 9

| It has spent fully 24 days here dis-

MEETING of|charging and._ loading cargo

cat] Messrs. Gittens, Croney are agents

10/- FINE



|increase in the amount of Clarke’s |

Clarice Clarke appeared in per-
son, while Colvin Clarke was re- |



*

a
ABO\ E 18 SEEN (top picture) the
Commander W. R.'M. Wynne, R.N. (Ret’d), late Harbour
sea yesterday with full military honours,
of the Baggage Warehouse into the launch
Connell and Mr. Harold Bancroft.
sounding the “Last Post”
shows the wreaths on the
and was buried at sea.

which is customary with military
waters of the ocean.

| Obituary:

Construction a
Staff Arrive

For New Runway |

The death of Commander
W. R. M. Wynne M.B.E., re-
tired Harbour & Shipping Master

Two Engineers of Messrs J, N.| Occurred at his residence Chel-
Harriman and (Co. Mr. Tom} Wood, Two Mile Hill on Wednes-
Springer and Mr. Fred Ferreira,| 4a¥ afternoon. He was in his
ulong with twelve skilled work-| Sixty fifth year,

nen, mainly mechanics shovel Walter Robert Morant Wynne

came to Barbados in 1928 to suc-

ind tractor operators, arrived late





yesterday evening by a Special ceed Commander C. C. Dix
flight of B.W.LA. from Trinidad. | C-M-G., a popular figure who

ae had seen action at Gallipoli in

They have come up to unload} charge of a landing party. The
the chartered ship “Caracas ointments from the ranks of
which is due to arrive here today.| yal Navy Reserve began with
bringing the heavy equipment] Commander Dix when the new
which will be used in the con- policy was introduced whereby
struction of “the new runway at| laymen were debarred from fill-

Seawell.

; ing the office. In contrast to his
Also arriving to-day are Mr.

predecessor in office Com. Wynne



Bill Robinson, who is in charge of} was quiet and reserved but no

the construction and Mr, Bill Ben-| less efficient.
nett, Engineer in charge of Harri- He was already acquainted
man’s construction Dept. | with charts and compass but it
They expect to have the equip-| was the ways of sailors in the
ment ready for use at Seawell in} Caribbean that he set’ himself
‘two or three days unless unfor-| the task to learn. This he dia
seen circumstances hinder the un-| in a short time and with few
loading of the ship. | words as possible made himself
thoroughly understood by all who
had business at the Harbour &

. Shipping Master’s

A Toucan His allegiance to duty was

built on the tradition of the Roya]
Navy and neither a frail
physique nor failing health could

For Luck



deter him. For this he was
BRITISH GUIANA cricketers awarded the Membership in the

have a toucan for a mascot which | Order of ee —_ re .
the present team now touring He retired & sew months aey
Barbados have brought along with| ding his last look-out at the
them. F mast head with the arrival of
. . the new Governor. His death

Mr, C. L. C. Bourne, Manage : ;

C. Bourne, Manager of has come after a lingering illness

the team told the “Advocate” yes-

terday that the idea came to him] ®* the age of sixty five leaving
that they should have a mascot] 2 S%rowing widow to mourn her
and he thought that a typical or] /0SS- To her and other _mem-
very attractive British Guiana} bers of his family the Advocate
bird would suit the purpose. tenders deepest sympathy,

With the help of, the Hon’ble
Vincent Roth, Curator of the Brit-
ish Guiana Museum, he was able
to secure a toucan,

The impression of the bird is
well known as it appears on the



Electricity Cuts
Jump Lamp Sales

British Guiana currency notes
and where cricket is concerned, it THE continuous electricity cuts
means that they are legal tenderg have boosted the sales of lamps,
for good sport. lanterns and torch lights at the
The toucan or bill bird is the{ various hardware shops Lan-
largest if not the most gorgeous of, term and lamp sellers told the
the nine species of toucan found | ‘Advocate” yesterday that there
in British Guiana. It is not in- | has been a decided jump in their
digenous to that colony, as it is}sales since the cuts began some
well known in the South Ameri- | two weeks ago
can jungle. Many people depended purely
m electricity and were caught
Weather Cock aapping when the breakdown oc-
The Indians in British Guiana}pyrred at the Electric Compan

allege it to be a reliable baromete:
as it always utters its whistling
call just before the rain. Its great
bill is of a rich orange colour with
an ovid black patch at the tip. Al-
though a shy and difficult bird to
approach, it becomes very tame
in captivity.

A few more oil stoves than usual
are also being sold. These will
be used as a temporary replace-
ment of electricity stoves
Though the lantern sellers
not crowded by buyers, a steady
sale is going ahead. There is an

are

Jamaica is the only other West }®verage supply of chimneys and
Indian Island known to have aj!amps and therefore people are
mascot. It is a stuffed crocodile }having no difficulty in securing |
which is at present in Trinidad | these.
with the Jamaica team. Another seller who has not

; found the electric cuts any dis-

advantage is the kerosene oil |

“ee . Pry dealer. One dealer said that he |
Sunshine R sold about 10 per cent more oil

= during the last week than during
M4 ; a normal week of good electric
Brings 400 Fish = |)p0"â„¢

A SHIPMENT of 13,743 pieces
of pine lumber from Halifax ar-



and obtainable from
eiqueen” with over 000 bags of H. JASON JONES & Co.,Ltd.—tower sroad s
chun Ov. @&2S SSS S@e8pepeeeeuesese ese |





crowd that lined the wharf to see the last rites

Com. Wynne M.B-E. Here To Stud














|







}of each area, and acted

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE



e



performed for

al Master, Barbados, when he was iried
Middle picture shows the coffin being
i Among pall-bearers were Sir Allan Collymore, Mr
Picture at } shows poli in Rais

cture at bottom left shows police buglers led by Captain Raison
funerals,
Commander Wynne was a seaman. he

borne down thi

o€

and picture at

bottor rignt
loved the sea,



3 Jamaicans
y
Agriculture

THE three me
Staff of the J a
Society now visiting
here as the result of a scholarship
paid for by Colonial Development







Jarbados are

and Welfare, Mr. C..V. Atkinson
one of the trio, told the Advo-
cate“ yesterday. The other two
are Mr. C. H. Valentine and Mi

A. W. Campbell,

Purpose of the scholarship is to
enable members of the Agricul-
tural Society to see the
agriculturally speaking, of some of
the other islands in the area, to
compare it with that of Jamaica,
and to see how they could benefit
by such observation and compari-
son,

They have already visited Trini-
dad, from which island they flew
to Barbados. They paid a visit to

the Central Livestock Station at
the Pine yesterday,
Impressed
Mr. Atkinson said they were
impressed with the work being

done on cocoa in Trinidad and the
work being done with goats. They
were a bit disappointed, however,
with regard to peasant agricul-
ture, of which they saw very little.
Trinidad seemed to have plenty of
waste land, he said, whereas in
Jamaica there were many peasant
holdings.

It was too early to make any
comments on Barbados, since they
had only arrived the day before.

Mr. Atkinson is Branch Organi-
er of the Society, and as
responsible for its branch work
including Co-operative

uch

Explaining the differenc
tween the Jamaica set-up and that
of Barbados, Mr, Atkinson said
that in Jamaica the Department of
Agriculture was concerned
with scientific research
actual field work was done by
Extension Service on
formation passed therm
the Department.

be-

only

the
based n-

on to

Mr. Valentine is Supervisor of
Agricultural Instructors. There
were about five or six such in-
structors under him belonging to

the Extension Service, Mr. Atkin
son said, In Jamaica there was a
Director of Agriculture, and unde

him were three Deputy Directors |

a Director
Extension
Service.

of Research, one of
and one of Veterinary

Specialists

Along with these office:

were specialist officers, and im-
mediately below them were senior
agricultural officers, each of which
was in charge of one of the four
divisions into which the island



was divided. Such an officer had
junior officers under him.

The Supervisor worked in cone
junction with thé senior officers
sort
Research

asa
of liaison between the
and Extension Services.

Mr. Atkinson, Mr. Valentine and
Mr. Campbell will be returning to

| Jamaica next Thursday.



ADJOURNS INQUIRY

THE inquiry into the death of

rived in the island westerday by Z T.B. CASES REPORTED ll-year-old St. Giles scho 1b "y
the “Alcoa Patriot”. This vessel Trevor Jordan of Bush Hall |
also brought supplies of poultry Two cases of Enteric Fever and| which was to have been held and
feed, auto parts, rubber tyres,|seven of Tuberculosis were noti- | conducted yesterday by Mr, E. A
paper bags, pickled meat and a|fied for the month of January,| MeLeod Coroner of District A
box of machinery. Messrs. Dajeccording to the report of the| has been: adjourned unti] Febru-
Costa & Co.,, Ltd., are agents. Chief Medical Officer ary 8.

Also arriving here with cargo; ee za
!'were the schooners “Lucille M. | ane
Smith”, “Sunshine R.” and “Bel-
ari PIGEON CHOW

The “Lucille M. Smith’s” carg
of 1,000 bags of rice, charcoal and
firewood came from British Gui-
ana. Messrs. Robert Thom Ltd., }
are. this vessel's agents The
| “Sunshine Rn.” consigned to}

M Barbados Import & Export | i 7
ught tch of over 400 || two of Purina's best

|
i
|
|
|
|
i

set-up, |



rhe }

by |

“Italia” Brings
233 Tourists |

With flags A
vith flags flying trom mainmast

and from foremast to |
luxury liner “Italia” |
into port yesterday morn- |
brought 233 tourists to |

fern

the



Jarvados i

hese visitors were evidently in |
1 good mood for spending. They |
store after store securing |
articles of clothing and |

isited
various

urlos

Throughout the day, they were

seen going back to the ship by
launch carrying in their hands
parcels and bags all filled with

goods. Two ladies were seen hust- |
ling up Broad Street, each with |
bout four bolts of cloth that thew]
had purchased from local
lealer,
There

just



a
was not much need
the “Information Bureau” set up
by the Police as the Publicity
Committee could easily deal with
the number of tourists.

for

Country Tour

The usual country tour organ-
sed by Mr. Parravicino was
taken. Sea bathing, taxi rides and
taking of photographs, were some
of the activities of the visitors

The “Italia” is the third tour-
ist ship as yet to call here this
year. It is expected to make a
return trip on February 23 when

it will be on a similar cruise. It f
sailed last night for La Guaira
from where it will be sailing fon
Curacao, Jamaica, Havana and
then back to New York.

Formerly as passenger ship
“Kungsholm”, operating on the

Swedish-American line, the ‘Italia’
made pre-war trips to Barbados
It was taken over by the Hcme











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GALVANIZED







Line and yesterday paid its st [ '
post-war visit to the island. WIRE NETTING
The “Italia” has a gross tonnage 5
of a1 608 tons and net of 12,687 Big Assortment of Widths and Meshes in
ons, t carries. a crew of 91
Loon! opens are Messrs. Da ( stout gauges, suitable for Fish Pots, Fowl
& Co., Ltd, ‘
‘he luxury liner “Stella Pola Runs, Gardens, Ete. :
expected to be here again
February 18. y *
18 ¥
- y
8 GALVANIZED x
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BARBED WIRE %
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Be ie ne R In all standard lengths up to 5 feet.
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poun and it is understood
a small quantity is due to ar ene
at the end of this mont} vhic .
will have to be retailed at over % SA NIT ARY WARE
1 dollar per pound, the Gover: ¢ cs “
men mtrolled price of j i
rine at 59 cma sah h : including .
unreasonable ‘ . y . . . I o
Be cate tee: Sa pe W.C. PANS, WASH BASINS, BIDET PANS,
factory has added Vitamins A .

| D to their margarine

he venture
to say its nutritional value
| high or higher than table butter

| This Jocally made margarine









| being manufactured under an en-
tirely new process, It is m'x
ture of fats; and milk to whic} ¥
cultures ave been added to vel@
the margarine a similar flavour tol Q
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(Barbados Advocate, February

3, 1925) |

MR. C. M. MORALES’ IMPRES- |
SION ON THE TOUR

On Saturday a Reporter of |
\cvocate”’ interviewed M1 4
M. Morales, vice-Captain of. the
Jamaica Cricket Team, and
fatter gave his impressions on
tour as follows:—“We are
glad indeed that we made the
; and we have enjoyed it ver
much. What struck us most of al
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trip

the keen interest
nthusiasm disp] ayed by the pub

Barbados

1s
ri

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$5 in cricket Wi

have been
th the
only Dy
pel

in contact

very
Kindness

nuch plea
shown us

ir cricketers but b

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taken ana} |
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every on With whom we
I think this i
time any of us have come
and we are very much taken up
with the beautiful Scenery of
48 well as with the cul-
Ihe people seem to be
industrious and they seem
make the most of what they

if Personally, I feel
j 1 nave seen in

there is more of
| Spirit here, The people seem lo |
be more together than is our |
experience in Jamaica. Barbados |
Sa fine country in which
play cricket and we enjoyed
immensely. As a team | think |
we have done much better than |
was expected of us, and the tour |
has done a lot of good It will |
bring the two countries together
o that we can know more f ea

> the first

here

Barbados

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have
from what
Barbados

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Barbados team in Jamaica yme-
time next year. It is a fine tt ing |
p , Sail une |

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| playing together; but unfortun- |
| ately we, in Jamaica, are so far |
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petra monn tire : . = | la’ : f . :
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s - ; obtaining order: :
_ ; or private Christmas Cards fron LONDO: 2
pATES FOR RENT Ir saan 7 te te, previous eunsrione: The French Bioc teach ee , for i
| ' : ra ¥ for beautiful free | sys ae ;
Week On. | lenuble Book to Britain's largest and | dan, M. Rene Massili, called this | ov
$1.00 1.20 | | f.emog: Publishers; highest or morning on Sir William Strang, N . ‘
CEMENTS | oo coramission, |
snout! ee ; “srvellous money making ¢ unity | Permanent head of the F '
SALE per word HOUSES Jones, William PRONE | an ime j
yoR = Works, “pulams & Co., Dept. 10 Vietor » | dare” for the second time in three
: $i \ | LARGE COOL BEDROOM—al : » England.” ..
RENT » 02 es, re, ali mod- b
pos | Hastie eolences wath or without MEALS, | ene = usually well-informed quart- In Carlisle Hay
” astings - ia ; ers here ,it was understood that h LOS
gaNTED ° é " At w t ee} m . ‘ SN : LOK
’ FOUND ver word —— 2-2.50—2n NOTICE wished to discuss possible French | sch. hese rare Sion "<0 Agente: Bidtndes’ tape ee
a. 8 |. UPSTAIRS FLAT at Bayswater, Dea-|, DR. PAYNE — Dentist — begs to no.| Teaetions to yesterday’s Soviet | Mary M. Lewis, Sch. Marion Belle Wo''> Schaones ne ae Smith, 74 ton
| age tes ae separate yard and gar- ay the Head Teachers of the Elemen- rejection of the French Govern- B Redes =e ee Bee, oe heket ae ee Gulan
| @8e. Dial 2650, 12 3 St” George, of St, Philip, Christ Churen, | ment’s protest note against Soviet | Bie Sch, Freee eee” Agents: one Semen Bee :
| popLic SALES * wv | FEATS fully furnished with Refrig.| ess. The Maternity co recognition of the rebel Commun- | Laudaipha, ‘sch. Philip H. Davidson, King ont ae ie
jocrion & REAL | graton and linen at Indramer, Worthing, | ,,{MeY ave requested to send all Te: a regime of Ho Chi Minh in Indo- ARRIVALS ee ee
ooo ’ -1,50—t.f.n. eatment to Dr. Alleyne, Bush ina. aos
gsTATE per i “FARAWAY", St. Philip coast fully Medical Oftces™ by order of the Chief} The Possibility of a ‘complete cape Ro Nag ong gy ley MV anoieetat ae net, Coy
1.20 1.50] Mshed, Garages, Servant Rooins. 1.2.50-an, | break ef diplomatic relations be-| Da Costa & Co., Ltd. ewis, for St. Lucia; Agents: Gittr
charge .- ee . Bathing beach. ‘om March x | tw. Fr Sovi 2 jan S.S. Italia, 12,687 tor: Croney & Co., fid
poe Pn a a 1st. $86 | 5 een ance and the Viet! net, api. Ugo Giinda dines Mtaetini S.S. Italia, 12,687 tons net, Capt. U
Fenopy agate ines) , * 6.1.80—t.t.n NOTICE eas ee —s — ly | que; Agents: Da Costa & Co., Ltd. Chinea. for La Quaira; Agents’ Da C
ida in diplomatic quarters :

Schooner Sunshine Ri, 25 ‘tons ne & Co., Ltd

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“NEWHAVEN”, Crane Coast, fully | ¢ JACHERS are notified that the Junior { here.
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CES furni Section w oa :
puBLic NOTI Super bathe eee Servant Rooms Ext hibition, %. ba'e Hel! Cate it was considered that the de- IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION
fpr agste Une -- = -- 08d! June, November Dace aL March | collected on Saturday’ the nth ‘urins |Velopments of the past 48 hours é
charge.» ++ 3a “| month. Pho: tte | te Jate afternoon hour; 1 have strai ; ABLE and Wireless (West Indies) SS. Mourvtania, §.S Cuitoeak, S.s
xnumum ne 4476. 6.1.80—t.t.n. | also be paid tee 8. Prizes wil! train relations tween | Lid. advise that they can now commu- Masallones, SS. Pipimki, © © c
als s . . - Magaliones, §.S. iki, &.§ qascogn:
G ADVOCATE (Monday) | lett after micas, Meare prs,.) Moscow and Paris almost to| nicate with the following ships terenen oes Bytjord, $.S, Goifiio, 8.8 can,
pamna_ ADVOCA Pe 60 | collected at the "Agrguitart’ Goi | breaking point. their Barbados Coast ‘Stafion:— = dian Challenger, 8.8. Daiestman, 3's
ysiNG ‘IME POUR ae F SA Lucas Street. 3.2.50—2n Observers here believed that pie Game: 88 tule eee Benoil, $5 Venn ‘Be. eae rae. Be. Ae
Y : LES «=e | British advice would be against al Castor S's Imperial Quebec.” S'S Tuan 8.8 Baan © Peihinies ne
WIER-DAYS 3 Oe riday be NOTICE total breach. _It is known that] Grectr, §.8. Auricula, $.8, Siiverteak. Indore,'S $ Dole Mode ee SS | : : :
REN Do Ce a stisbation S| Britain has consistently favoured | §-S. Point Aconi, $.S. Frospector, 5.8 S.S. Planter, US’ Queen Adsiaiie, © would like to advise their
be set out in “evarate adverrs, | AUCTION PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH | maintaining normal diplomatic re-| 2". So etn Re ee Oe probe. 8:5." Rio Dale ,
oust ; 6 Certificates: my racompanted by Baptisma | lations wherever possible. " Tbe rr eee ee Customers that the Plant
a NDER THE DIAMOND omen tees received at ms —Reuter
Pp to 3 -m. Friday, 10¢! .
DIED 3 dates hae cepetnomee ote February. 1950, for one or mare Vacs. | has been reorganised and
Auction “on Friday Goat tha et BY Feundeiie. atone tenable at the boy: LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE g
wheres canna »| at 12.30 o'clock at ® i " i i : s
OSIAH FITZGERALD, late {| ® (o©-0ck at Hanschell & Larson Candidates must be d > ) ~ ‘ ed
ee oi Barbados. The tuner . borat oo weenie” {oo “iti wo alls of Fibre rica g i a straightened = clrcurn tse at Bee ee oe taehee ~ a the management chang .
aaa asic “ce, Prat n’s a D| s. ™, s ‘a stances, a abind a as ‘ ec ad, ° ic ior er
or Me "PEA at 4.30 eth D'ARCY A. SCOTT, Ruphionaet’ uae of 10 vine * eer ane tte one nt mission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c
joday for the Westbury Cemetery. 1.2.50—2n | date of the examination. eee eer rey te ior as ae Peon ry 1980
are asked to attend een Candidates must present thomselye> Ss a ee eee ARRIVALS — BY B.W.LA.L Scott, Mrs. Anne Colt, Mrs. Samuel Co i j i
: toe (wile) Mrs. D. Clarke, Muriel, the Headmaster of the bays’ Foundatior | 7°; ,4- e. TALMA. Esq. From Trinidad: Mrs.” Theodora Walsh, Mr, Jeti W. We hope that this will give
# cuthbert (Children) . 3.2.50—In UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER peor on Priday 17th February at 9 Police N strate, a peat ieee Mrs. Drucilla Lewis, Msir \§ b Ss :
J Cut! aie Lor .m. for examination. . 2s ’ Duicie Hale, Robert Haile, Arno’ Lewis, Mr, Simon Wardell ;
F ON TUESDAY Jth by order of Mrs,| | Applicati ee for Applicanis ]| ¢. e eheeth bile : . ou better Service that
: a G .Dommeli “Wwe will. sel ngs cd from he eee ems can be obtaine Nee septcytion. wit ge peers See hele note ieee: y For St. Lucia: Y and ha
E BED Aiaeteday.-¢ pr residence} which, (ron eetton’. St. Lawrence Gap. | cred at a Licensing Court to Soe’ Sol All y, Verne | Mottin Se SHTIAM Ee tater | Ua, MeNGew densi Ding tad | Woon Gopparn, | Peles, court, “Dist. AT Non sideaar | Aamby, .Veynon nugnt Key Niner. Mis Lucile Lorde, Mee. Wiitre you will favour us with
¢ My, Terence A. D. Clarke}./ China Cabinet, Mir'a Ha Mapbice Chairs, Parochial Treasurer, a.m ale ich amet " enrene Brooks, Mary Brooks, David Brooks Rodrigues, Myr. Peter’ Bergasse, My
Y a fuera! leaves her late residence! Mouig Suite ‘aan t Stand, § piece Christ Church, | °°" H. A. TALMA Michael Brooks, Vincent Curney, Ethel Frederik Potter, Mrs. Dnisy Potter your patronage.
} + 4.9 o'clock this evening for the Rockers) with ee, Arm Chairs and 3.2.50—5n Police te, Dist. “A”. 4 Curney, Thomas Uthus, Colin Williams, Mr. Patrick Wallbridge, Mr .Maurice "
j ¥ tbury Cemetery. Friends are 1 Mahogany: Can ot Bie Cushions, all in er eeeneenmennnesnn 3.2.50—1n Mbgistrute, ; James Murray, Janet Murray, Lewis Wexler, Mr. Cecil Benn, Mr Jame
eM amps; Glass and Pinted Ware Reg, | LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE | = Muddimen, ether Musdiesn, Maret i SSS RARER ODGOGS,
: “ > & Family Vi Ss ass & é y gS. { Muddiman, Esther Muddiman, aro Tesneinasspanaoiaatainateticta OPS ae ~ ; ee
Terence A. D. Clarke 3.2 on ‘erandah Chairs, Round Tip-Top Table. Jensen, Humphrey Allamby, Thomas Mc For Jamaica
. 2.00— Single RBbdsteads Vono Springs and beds The appliaation of Laurence Best Lost & FOUND Clean, Hubert Dottin, Hugh Frase> Mr. Richard Kay, Mrs. Norah K |
Bureau, Press, Vanity Table wit! »| holder of Li j ] - : : ; 2 ; '
€ ni My SS, ¥_ Table with Triple der of Liquor Licens. Ni. 269 of 195¢ Mabel Parkinson, Lionel Lewis, Maric Mrs. Florence Daysh, Mr. Syaney : i
: Sprinen me lee, Patsieads Simmons punted S him in respect of a bor Lewis, Donna Lewis, Kéenneth Lewis. vere, Mia. Renfiete Sittvce, |
P = CRE SE RCOUR e Sa 8, all in Mahogany, Blue| @nd shingle shop atta cthed to resi si it rh . Jessie Fitzsi n, Har- For St. Kitts:
yo aera her residence ou RT Painted Press and Dressing Table, Enam | at Deirhton's Road, ‘St. i f LOST riette uno Beatrice "yawkins Mr. Emelie Webster, M I | |
8 ly , Permission to use said Liay | Virginia Latouche, J. Robinson, Lind’ wii oT re eee
Dsle’ Country } Top Cunboard, — Cabinet Perfection oi)| at a board 3 1 - mA , it) oe |
late resi “ied vee a fon aes and shingle > ned t EARRING—R ¥ Austin, John Corbin, Arthun _ Sm
today ‘for St, Mary's Church Ce bet conan Veale keener nee areaen an Chris | of long cut Steel Earring t. oa ieonry Lord, Mary Lord, Vernon Schroe- |
F : race (daughter-in-] «a ord : baer, atertess | Chunre! ’ r strict “A” lat: + : we e lye Reeser, }
Bi Gee «in fate mone, Greta Conke~ Kitehen Cabinet, Elec! Hot Pl Tivted this 2nd oar of February 1950. | Teme, SR; SB. Sais 22 80t f.n oe a °
é =" to ndchildren) os i pee Iron, Step Ladder also 1 pair! To F. A. MeLEoOD, Fsq., P ns aoe From St, Lucia;
hice 2.250—1n.| Shonen eage,aue Sf mucem | Police Aagieaie: ita ae setae Sree: ae
Ba fini, cee . . CiOCK Signe ‘ | Isbourne, Alexander Kerr, Myrtle Kerr
r Cams Cath. | BRANKER, ere ee ade Applicant | WANTED Muriel Bailey, James mills, eer NEWS FLASH!
‘ ' 3.2.5) 4 “This application will bh en THis, Louie, Degazon, ierre Maffei °
IN MEMORIAM sidered at a Licensing Court to he h Venuel Carry, Gary Turner, Julian Beau-
SS a Bice Court, Distrior “A”, on Mondn | H ‘rum
a the 13th day of February 1950 at 1° 7ro itish Guiana:
REAL ESTATE c'clock, a.m P ELP ‘Gevles. Cimnaahe, Charles Bourne JU \
OT , —_—_—_—_——— r ~ ; 2 t q es Ds
SAGRED to the memory of JOSEPHINE HOUSE: One Matwle a ake R.A. Mct ROD PAYING GUEST: In a quiet, private} Robert Christiani, Bruce Pairaudeay NT OPENED
SKBENE who passed away on Pebruary}| ig x 19 x 9 en ne Y eee Police Magistrate, Dist a home, one or two paying Guest. Rate:
od 1M 4 James Street. Phone 4523 pa 3.2.50 Moderate, Dial 3356. 2.2.50—t.f.n. 7 “ifford McWatt, Norman Wight, Georg
: qmagoane rest in peace.” | 3.2.50—2 Vight, Arnold Wight, eci NoMa ‘
iMiss) A. Skeene 3.2.50—In teats acai nna ale ah nN re \lwyn Rollox, Glendon fabs. 2 See
oe i WwMMORY of wins BY public competition at our Office , Trim, Ganesh Persaud, Berkeley Gaski:
Se ERICe ASHBY. w eae James Street on Friday the 10th Feb- BISHOP S HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTURES BY BW HAS ~
hi . . AS > Pa ruary 1950 at 2 p.m. “MALTA” at , Se ,
away on Pebruary Srd 1949 Cattlewash Saint Jose For Trinidad:
oo 9 Than cee é é Sa sepn containing 3 2 *. Clovis
Re t pomeeer: Mother di os we'll hear | bedrooms. The dwelling house is falls TOBAGO Mr Ralph Laffan, Mr. Clovi Desi
They voice on earth no mor lh furnished, Water & electric service. tr Miss Dora Ibberson, C.B.B., Mrs Rosi 54” O . h f t fe t
t until eternity, aed serv: r= hig rain ne . ? P i in 2 Meine
eel ger ih our. Memoss sealed: Inspection on application to Applications are invited for :— = in 2 qualities wing to t e requen cuts
. , and Joseph Ashby @ premises. For further particulars ‘ ym
eee Ome. and Joseph: Ashby. | the, promises, Fer fur AL Bec (a) Classical Master (preferably honours degree) capable o — 2 Whi BI
31.1.50—10n teaching Latin and English to Higher Certificate standard. ee d Pj ” eo in Electr 1¢ power, we are
_——— OS LL : 2. . : a
| “THE BANYANS” — With the lana (b) Science Master capable of teaching Chemistry, Physics anc an mm:
FOR SALE thereto, containing 4 Acres 2 Roods, 31'» Biology up to Higher Certificate standard,
Perches, situate at Upper Bay Street, ‘ t il bl t
sa == | St. Michael. Ideally suitable for de- Salary in each case Bloody Teeth emporarily unable to guarantee
" velopment as a Building Estate. $2,160 — $2,880 per annu Loose co y ee °
TOMOTIVE. neusbection any day except Sundays ’ aiihallt ™. Bleeding Gums, Sore Mouth and °
~ etween the hours of 9.30 a.m. and 11,30 Loose Teeth mean that you haye g :
BOAR: One (1) Hillman 10,h.p. Good) a.m. and 4 p.m. and 6 p.m, on appii- Apply to Archdeacon F. J. STREETLY, B.A., Scarborough, Tobago | Pyorrhea, Trench Mouth or perhaps delivery of work on a given
ghanical condition. New Bittery, Price} cation to Mr. Ronnie Gittens on the o7 = ‘ some bad disease that will sooner or and
ble. Apply L. A. M. Watts,| premises. Dial 3771. 27.1.50—12n. } later cause your teeth to fall out an
St. Phone 4523. The above property will be set up for may al cause Rheumatism an
3.2,50--2n] Sale at our Office No. 17 High Stree:, Heart uble. Amosan stops gum



COTTLE. PP your mouth weil and save your teeth
eae: ; CATFORD & €0., or money back on return of empty
: 20.1.50—13n.

ack ¢e. Get Amosan from your chem-
» CAR—Hillman 1947. Excellent condi- D ist today. The Per Yard

ie ton. $1,400 or nearest offer. lLasall THE undersigned will set up for sale AmosSanens®: pro-
Phone 8106. 27.1.50-—5n.| by public competition at his Office’ oe ‘Mou at
, James Street. Bridgetown at 2 o'clock ForPyorrhea—TrenchMo a

| One Chevrolet Truck, 1 Dodge Truck, on Friday 10th February 1969 All that

Be ford 10 h.p., and 1 Morris 12 h.p.| two storied certain messuage or dwell- arenas
Wet. Marshall & Edwards. Dial 3453.





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inghouse and shop situate at Tudor /
2.2.50—41 street, Bridgetown, together with the ya ‘ : : EVERYTHING
/ ‘| 5668 square feet of land on which the T.S.S. “GOLFITO” will arrive from England at 8 a.m. on ( :
B TRUCK: One V-8 Ford Truck 1938] 20, Que. . ; :
Hise in rood condition, ready for work,| “ye Hands. 6)! Saturday 4th February, and will leave the same evening for YOU WANT... { but, meanwhile, ask their
Pontact:; Harold Proverbs & Co., High 2. = ah 5 Gard walt. t ) aan : he
rennet RCNP Shi, igo tage hdl Quauiry Pr, Wm. Hry. St, Dial 3466
premises For inspection Dial 4523 or or further information apply to APPEARANCE Seciety Store 53 Swan St co-operation and sympathy in
3078. REASONABLE PRICE te 7
ELECTRICAL For all further particulars and con- L PR Bombay House, Lucas St.
Srna ene atl Se RE er secetticecnasy “taal more You gS eum ayd.many {I Bombay Store, Speighistow our difficult
ppates, Single and double, Food warmers, 6 s > . sore. 3 F in n e Gas % = 7 Ss -
Meading lamps and ‘shades, COURTES Solicitor. Agents cookers gust received. Call and Gandhi Store, 42 Swan 8 Y
GARAGE. Dial 4391 31.1.50—6n. 29.1.50—3n, see them ‘at your Gas Showrooms
PRUE ae Ee le , an
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—— stutter wit] sooemsoome = aarin aue pe hates tat N & BLADON
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Trinidad 233 For Four

By 0. S. COPPIN

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Feb. 2,
A flawless undefeated innings of 86 by Trinidad’s stylist
batsmen was the outstanding performance to-day when
Trinidad put up 233 for the loss of four wickets as the
lamaica-Trinidad Test opened at Queen’s Park Oval
The weather was uncertain, rain having fallen the
Lofore and - 7 vy.
Piagn vndig oy om ty and the total 23 ot which



hnny Groves having
sent in Trinidad to two were extras.
suffered a terrible Goodridge resumed from the
hree players were in- farm end using an identica! field.
the course of the The batsmen took advantage of

the absence of the squareleg to
help themselves to four quick runs
during the over Asgarali getting
three of these.

Kentish conceded two sirgles in
the next over, then Johnny Groves

emergency fieldsman
th had to be press-
. Lumsgen and
two dropped from the
arn having already been

























































































Second Jamaica-Trinidad Test

At Queen’s Park Oval

got off the mark immediately by
turning the first offering to de«
midwicket for a single. Thi:
brightened Kenny getting a sing!
off Valentine’s first ball, Asgarali
driving the next hard to midon
for three, Trestrail sending th
next to the covers for a singk
the next a leg bye and the -next
another single off a hard cover
drive by Trestrail. .

Trestrail then greeted Good+
ridge with a full-blooded cover-
drive which barely failed to reaci:
the rim of the boundary on th:
slow outfield, the batsman running
three.

Each batsman then singled.

Valentine then bowled to Tres-
trail who drove back the second
delivery hard along the wicket.
The bowler attempted to inter-
cept the drive with his right foot
and had to. be lifted from the
field. Chicki Sampath came out us
substitute.






















coll son to substitute. made Bis dae towing mace: 2 Valentine had been bowling
Youthful left arm bowler Val- the olay = oS s+, how) steadily commanding much r2-

: } ing Ifa from the farm end to tow! : :
eutine in attempting to field a to Asgarali. The fast mer had Speéct and the accident was a bit-

: drive from Asgarali injured his ee ae. 33 re tile before ter tragedy: to the already weak

tA fo 3 ram’ and 15 minutes after Jamaican attack. Kentish took

' Neville Bonitto had his finger rite. used deer square two over from the pavilion end t?

‘w=! burst while fielding and es ~ legs midon, longcif, cover make it a double change as Mudie

Hit! Johnny Groves suffered a SP vt guilty and one slit replaced Iffla whose over before
2 on his left hand that ne- arali took one off ih t conceded a single during his first}
e < ted one stitch. Jay in 7 to ste the buwlir spell of the day. Trestrail in his
Phorbourn wa es tony, for t cont:nued = ft the usual pugnacious mood cut a
Fi aa re sei slow ,nd Asgarali took cne eff short pitched one to deep point
My ae) naib off-breaks he t st ball snd (Ganteaume for a brace to reach double fig-+
ok eh ree of the four bats- i.voked the short pitched second ures and then punched the third

oe ‘or 49 runs in nine overs. ball hard to the leg boundary «ni to cover fora single.

‘| 7 4 was given a good start n edged dangerously neal Col Crowd Delighted

ig i and Ganteaume who nitto at firsi slip Had the lieics- Kenny took five off Mudie in
03 for the first wicket. | dived for the ball “rey clean crisp forceful shots to de-

; s dismissed for 34 uld have beea returned fer jight the crowd.

A nt on to put up a it he reinained tc ent Ifa relieved Kentish from the
The Jamaican gures il , pavilion end and conceded four
poor to-day r runs. Mudie then bowled a maid-
coming from gerall 100k
‘ g a eee a ae ; ; stump. the players came off the field for
¥ batemen took mp ) itched: Witish he sinh “hard 1a with the score at 132—1,
scored behind the ee ere te the bound- Asgarali 73, Trestrail 17, and

& clock 233 being made in past Groves <0 hs 3 ceca extras 6.
mir nok a brace in the On-resumption Thorbourn bowl-
ot. Obviously ©4_ first from the pavilion
pitched the end. This was the first speli
too far cutside with the ball for the tour. He
¢ the batsmer led slow off-breaks over the
hot wicket Trestrail on-drove the
cost a single first delivery for three then each}
; brought batsman scored a single, the over

> ne t hore the attack ielding five runs
50 In 63 Minutes Mudie bowled next from the
yf the thir livers, ASE farm end and the batsmen scored
se three singles between them, each
n t with cover drives. Thorbourn
7 1 ve ide to bowled the second over and
re brought Jamaica’s second success.
. Zan ne cor 1orbourn used the crease and
fi ts tone up a cleverly flighted off-
4 tf é e ta al Asgarali attempted to
; ie ive out but was beaten and
t wiled, neck and crop. The score
ie i 143—2..

A:garali had been at the wick4

} ea ; : t of ©t for 160 minutes and his confiv

oe van tae Phe and comparatively free inn?
K a cake ngs included five fours.
vi ae the next 2angchoon joined Trestrail and
: _drove Was off the mark with a leg glide
i fe r runs to celebrate Gown deep fine leg for three runs.
in Next over a late cut from Tress
ame at snail pace as Iffla tail off Thorbourn was brilliant-
es ntine pinned down the ly cut off on the boundary by
9 Chicki Sampath of Trinidad whbd
= ves injured his t in at- was fielding substitute for Skip-
: e an on- from per Groves, the batsman only got
ff Fuller came out three runs
ke the second substitute or Thorbourn beat Tangchoen
eld, Lumsden having come playing forward to a well pitched
de r for Neville Bonitto off-break and Binns whipped off
the 5 ipt nisfielded at the bails but an appeal for stump-
Se Mls whe re leg ng Asgarali ed was disallowed.
§ ie , 2 f a | off Iffla

é‘ : ur slif Behind The Clock
‘ J c aking Trinidad was still behind the
: : tw o 150 going up soon after in

a er 68 minutes

7 3 third ‘ Ne over from Mudie, Colia
- 2 : : Bonitto gave Tangchoon a “life’

; y : i : hen he cropped an uppish drive

bs +4 K , g his indiv ‘The Tt Mudies bowling. Tangchoor,

Wi, 5 nr , Ga! , a hen 6 runs

ty 2 : a _ aan —_ In Thorbourn's next over Tang-

no G i ye Mca aa eae a attempted to off-drive and

é aa : Beat ales ed the ball high in the air for
ths 2 : - ; h to take a comfortable
v2 1 s pulled the’ third bel t cover-point. The score-
cf a 2 sift—fu he pads read 159—3—7, Trestrail
; x he t he square-leg boundary for} “20 was then 32, was joined by
é Both batsmen took singles,| 2©7!8 Atkinson. But Atkinson
i ct over from Kentish, ver yielding six runs not remain at the crease, re
. no-bell 100 In Two Hours ving but one ball which he
igh the slips for Mudie misfielded a hard
nother well A giving .
prec four and t ting r
rbourn tai to 96. A neat leg glancé The Weather
“A ar man for & tor a couple by Asgarali sent the
Over turnec total to 98 and a single off the TO-DAY
: Se eee ball of the over took the total
- hen ondrove for in of the century. A Sun Rises: 6.22 a.m.
e p 2¢ 33. min- gi left of cover by Gan- Sun Sets: 6.04 p.m.
« and up 100 on the board Moon (Last Quarter) Febru-
‘ even two hours play ary 9.
§ layers into e took a_ single off Lighting: 6.30 p.m.
% three min- *s sixth ball with a gen- High Water: 4.23 a.m., 3.50
' aAEAE SEk i im to midwicket to rob his p.m,

ee er : shane chia

ie till 20 at 9 eieer oe re ; YESTERDAY

“het c coun wee, Ae Soe eens Rainfall (Codrington) .39 ins

eo ee eee 1 Fer. cost bin his wicket for Goodridge . . F
; ; the fourth ball dead|| Temperature (Max,) 61,5 °F.
e entre of the pitch, Ganteaume Temperature (Min.) 71.5 °F.
; ea : Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E.
ple hook and put up a (3 pm.) E
% y cater » Kentish ; rid- . or. .
ij ‘Sreboard. read 103/1/34|] Wind Velocity 17 miles per
‘ be Asgarali now 63 not o Fan- om.
f i el me had played ; any et Barometer { a.m.) 29.943
; : w innings batting 125 minutes! (3 p.m.) 29.870,
iy ack - nd hitting but two boundaries. |
; i po the this to 3 ~» hie Kenny Trestrail followed ana!
if ’ . a ae _
nit ® ef
¥ ‘
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THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PRIOR JONES at first slip throws th

one of Ferguson’s leg breaks.

hooked savagely at, missed, and
was bowled. With the sco.e al
160—4—0 Gerry Gomez was nexi
man in.

Gomez was off the mark wi!)
a single in Thorbourn’s jast ba’:
of the next over.

Mudie then conceded two afte.
which the batsmen took ten
Thorbourn including two fou.s,
one an on-drive by Gomez jure
yight of the bowler’s wicket wich
was misfielded by Mudie and a
lovely latecut by Trestrail that
was four all the way.

After Mudie had conceited two
Gomez proceeded to entcr doul
figures off ‘Thorbourn w.th a hard
on-drive for a sinele to send ur
Trestrail who hooked the fifties
beautifully to the boundary. With
184 posted, iffla was put on in
place of Mudie each batsman tax
ing a single during the over. Mudie
only changed ends taking over
from Thorbourn who had bowled
9—0—37—3.



Flawless Haif-century

In Iffla’s next, Trestrai] cut ar
tistically for a brace to reach 2
flawless half-century in 83 min-~
utes. He followed this up with an
off-drive which went straignt
through Goodridge like a rifle shot
through a cardboard target for <
boundary.

Mudie only conceded one run
in his next over, then Goodride:
again missed a simple grounder
to give away one to Trestrail of’
Iffla, the over costing three runs

Trestrail sent up the second
hundred after 213 minutes pla
by off-driving Mudie scorchingly
for three.

Trestrail then treated Iffia rath-
er unkindly with a classic two t
fine-leg, with a surgeon-like cut
past the third man to the boundary
and then a_ full-blooded drive
through the covers to smack the
rim without necessity for the
fielders to move.

At 216, Kentish took the new
ball using himself from the pav-
ilion end, four runs resulting in
the initial six balls.

Goodridge was now given the
ball from the farm end in place of
Iffla.

Trestrail now 77 took strike
from him. The latter turned the
second ball to square leg for «an
easy single. The next over from
Kentish, Trestrail got into the
wicket and turned his first ba’!
deep to square leg for a brace *
enter the eighties.

Bith batsmen singled wit!
pushes to cover-point. In the next
over from Goodridge, Trestrai!
made his first false stroke of the
innings. He attempted to off-drive
but the ball which was an in-
Swinger edged off to square lez
but all along the carpet with n«
sign of a chance.

Play closed for the day soon
after, Trestrail being not out 86
and Gomez not out 20, and Trin-~
idad’s total for four wickets 233:









B.G. Team Had

Net Practice
AT QUEEN'S PARK -

Cricket team had

hew first practice at Queen’s

Park yesterday afternoon since
.ne.r arrival on Wednesday.

A large crowd turned cul to see

s in s. Owing to

The BG



























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ie wek2l was il
ie out-field soaked.
G.C.C. professional
as n pac did not
e run up to
oth and
George
also had-a spell of
bowling

Rotert Chr outstanding
West Indian bats oecasionaily
edged when Vv an Berkeley
Gaskin sent down a few overs to
him his driving was powerful

and timing perfect.
McWatt bowled and bat-
had no icket keeping
Left arm bowler Gibbs

uliar delivery did not
h help from the wicket

nanaged to maintain 4





y of players
iffness, the whole
i agile and it
them very long
their stride.*

fit an

to



B.G. Boxer After
Empire Title

Own Correspondent)

LONDON, (By Mail).
Having his first fight in this
country since his return from
British Guiana, Joe Hyam stopped
Ginger Stewart of Scotland in
four rounds at Liverpool on Thurs-
day evening. The Scott gave Hyam
a lot of trouble in the first two
rounds but the British Guiana’s
boxer’s persistent attacks carried
him in front and in the fourth
round Stewart retired with a cut
eyelid.
This
a much
is booked
February

(From Our

victory
sought-after
up fight
6th and on
20th at Birmingham he opposes
Les Allen, who is the Midland
area middle-weight champion

boxer. He
again on
February

to

Hyam’s manager, Jack Harding
told me that he is seeking for
the Hyam-Allen fight to be re-
cognised as the eliminator for
the Empire middle-weight title.
The present holder, Dave Sands
is due back in Britain from Aus-
tralia in about two months and
if Hyam beats Allen, Harding
wil] arrange for his man to meet
Sands for the title, probably in
London.





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| TRINIDAD ist INNINGS
‘ eae ali b Thorbourn 77
janteaum K sh ; -
reeite'ae ~©0d AUSSIES BEAT
| Trestrail not out 6 Z We & f
| Tangehoon c Kentish b Thor-
| bourn - TOU E
D. Atkinson b Thorbourn ti TRAN SV AAL XL.
G. Gomez not out 20
Extras . 9 . +
ai SOUTH AFRICA, Feb. 2
Total (for 4 wkts) 23 The Australian cricketers to-
Fall of wkts:— 1—103, 2-143, 3-389 Gay beat northeastern Transvaal
4-159 Country Districts by an innings
BOWLING ANALYSIS and «#6170 runs here, dismissin
Goodridge ee 3 W Country Districts for 59 in their
Renee 12 a second innings, after eclarin
ja 17 4 & their firs S or 5
Valentine 4.2 3 21 oe — erie: oe? Se
Mudie C 14 : 3s > ply to the 115 by the oppositiorz
Thorboum .. a . ee —Reuter.



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Tailoring

e ball in the air after snapping
Ifa was out for the dreaded cipher
Jamaica game which Trinidad won by an innings.

has made Hyam Caribbean Games to be held at

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up Irving Iffla who had snicked
This was in the first Trinidad-



Jamaica Scribe
Causes Trouble
—iIN TRINIDAD

2arbadps Advocate Corresponden
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Feb.
Considerable stir was caused in
Trinidad cricket circies over wic
publication in the Trinidad
Guardian today of an article writ-
ten in the Jamaican Gleaner by
sportswriter G. St.C Scotte:

2



wane in reviewing the first test
writes “gentlemen in white coat:
seem not to have a. noddin
acquaintance with the L.b.w
rule”

Mr. N. N. Nethersole 1a- |
ger of the Jamaican team and *
selector of the West Indies Team
made a press statement .oday:

“I wasten to disassociate myseli
und the Jamaican cricket teaa
from the offensive and ill-advise
remarks published in the Trini-
dad press and attributed t
Gordon Scotter, columnist of the |
Jamaican Datly Gleaner con-
cerning the ability and quality
of the Trinidad umpires. I am
positive that Scotter could no
have formed the opinion from the
report sent to Jamaica by their }
representative L. D. Roberts and
I can only explain his commenis
as characteristic of his imagina-
five figment. |
So far from Scotter’s comment
in representing the truth I cat |
state that the Jamaica captain
expressed complete satisfaction |
with the umpiring and requested |
that there should be no change |
for this match. I ask the;
Trinidad public to accept |
my apologies Scotter’s
bad manners and my _ assur-
ance that his opinion in no}
way represents the opinion or
feeling of the Jamaican sport’ng
public.” —By Cable

Trinidad Sends |
Team to Guatemala |

(Barbados Advocate Corresponder:t)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Feb. 2 |
Trinidad today selected a ten-
man team to represent her a:|
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