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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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Saturday

February

1950.

SHOOTS AT: 4
Ui cle Sam Is Ready At 5

WASHINGTON, Feb. 3.
UNITED STATES DEFENCE SYSTEM is reach-



a point where it can be ready for action within |

te Defence Secretary, Louis Johnson, told a meeting
ms University of Virginia. He said that through uni-
‘on, “the defence of the United States is in better shape
ironger than at any time” since demobilisation.
ae ——#!) “In all we are doing, we are
seeking peace. There is only one
nation in the world that would
start a war,” Mr. Johnson states |

e
it ean “We seek to have a military es-|

: | tablishment sufficient to deter that|



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* FIVE CENTS

Year 535.





| I2 Nations: 600
Athletes Compete

| (By VERNON MORGAN).

‘THE fourth British Empire Games will be open-

ed at Eden Park Stadium here to-morrow
eave by Gov.-General, Sir Bernard Freyberg,
Gy

| The ceremony, in which 600 athletes from twelve

nations of the Commonwealth will take part, will

be watched by a crowd of probably more than 40,000.

+ The twelve teams will assemble

on the parade ground outside the

e e e historic oval of Eden Park for the
Britain Will opening parade. This will be led
by the Australians as hosts of the

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‘ e | aggressor and to lick hell out of}
me j her, if she does not stay deterred. | e followed in alphabetical order by
“Joe Stalin will know that if he eco nise Canada, Ceylon, England, Fiji,
‘i | starts something at four a.m., the) Malaya, Nigeria, Rhodesia, Scot-
4 ; fighting power of the United| e land, South Africa, Wales with
esigns States will be on the job at five! is New Zealand, the host natian,
| stam | FOR ‘THE LAST TIME today you'll see what SS se ‘ LE TNAMA | [comine in tase.
: Mr. Johnson said, “The big| ; on it used to be the Trafalgar Square Bus Stand, looking like this. Tomorrow, the buse ove t
: : = Dy, , S45, , » % ses m > to : . : ss
GO, Chile, Feb. 3. | shooting is over” in the tight] Probyn Street , LONDON, Feb. 3 Distinguished Visitors ,
i Cabinet has decid-| concerning unification of the | . ~ rere To a fanfare of trumpets tae i
Chilean ie Sk. Aeraiecds Wenotadae > peraes of r | ee - Ernest Bevin arrived in veiaie their . x
resign today, to allow 4rmed Services. “There is no} orkers P / is | ss ndon this. evening afte a team, headed by their flag leader, yi
ent Gonzalez Videla free- division in the top level of the} e s He oO man an wy 1 W, li *. ore o : — after will face Sir Bernard and the tri- |
fo appoint new ministers to| military establishment | azye 7 K Ll rive inh. his tte ee Tee nmone | Pune of distinguished visitors. Q
Peith a wave of strikes | “In the field, the sun shines or Fi oft For 4 i b | lin th C rte the :s ceureninen The Governor-General will 4
yas not yet been decided| Unification, and the Army, Nav} ey fhe fla 6 Kor Ge oo ombo Conference, and! read a message from King §
the new cabinet will| 4nd Air Force are ready to go as| n e rian aa i ate a Rome, was be- George VI, and then formally
la te: | / > / } eve n usué y rell- f, » nae a . . ae al ¥
of military men or tech- | ® !¢am | More Waves t 8 9 9 | ee a ener well informed] declare the Games open, As
Sits composition is ex-|.. “rhere was no _ unification ati.1/7 = & r 5 e end uarters here to have informed the National Anthem is played,
Pin depend on develop-} Pearl Harbour, or Pearl Harbour | 7 » iP ence le French Government in Paris the Union Jack will be hoisted
5 le %t have heen” » _ | . > ws morning the rite x ts to the » mas . s ;
in the strike situation,|COWld not have been,” Mr. John-| Monster Demonstration oO : siatanten "ae Britain expects the arena masthead. A salute
Government has ordered| 5°" added.—Reuter. J ° e e ‘ BERLIN, Feb. 3, fcognise Vietnam, Laos and] of four sfans for the fourth Em-
ite resumption of work} Se eat Barbados Advocate ¢ Leaders of all East Ger man yibodia in the week-end pire ee vill be followed b
a 5 ; > TAG — " ‘rules met in Berlin to-d: —Reuter the release of hundreds of
antiago and other | : 4 ° f edn ' o-day to f ;
banks of - oa Seatac l Killed; > Injured BEL. ZE tcp ee vi W ASHINGTON, Feb. 3. ustitute “the National Council pigeons ik
— oo, ai tal phon { ast of | Lu ae Co-operation Administrator Paul Hoffman; 2! the National Front” to fight for Then the flag bearers of the /
tele - - ‘ “Gav begs t ek (hn race) © ~ . 4 « ni Ta y ] }
, one ans striking for In B G Train Crash |“ mumit ici 4 ay egan to seek Congressional support for a $3,100.-| U2!ty, peace _and_ independence ‘ welve nations will gather round
a ce reese in vent . £ the citys! ch bs , 000 European Recovery Programme this vear. or Germany. The National Coun- } ie M. ; * _ | the rostrum for the oath of ama-
ae! Misnod last night GEORGETOWN. Feb. 3 | members of the General Worke Hoffman who has just returned from Europe was to te : ae coe aoe by dele- ay eek | teurism, bs be taken by Stan Lay
decree, aa = oe . a act, eee! oe | i $ cen Tnio Bei nfer th Pn one aad . . ates [rom provincial committees « of New Zealand, a competito
that military authorities) Shoruly after 6 o'clock on| bree 7 what Union Officials iter this aiternoon with Democrat Senator Tom Con- the nation’s front all rer Bast ¢ | the first Games at H ilton Cc
Thi | r e 2 firs ve DH all ha} peat : ee ahd SU aon > " : eat ‘ wast- j the frst Gi Ss at Hamil (Can-
intervene to sign on new} Thursd iy oe the Demerara- | no cake rn the oe move n i ally, Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations ( ommit-} °*n Germany consists of 65 mem- ontro f } ida) in 1930
staffs if the strike con-}|erbice Inter County goods train |} organize all ttonaur WOrke tee bers, representing all tic |} On behal his |
F . t ‘rashed i , singed iat -lin a fig for increase us ) ais ‘ ry . mam CS politica ry | nh behalf of his fellow compe-
peefinitely. s a oe “Licht ee census off tie 43 per cent ata ¢ The Senator is the Administra- arties, the trade unions, and 1e H-Bo b Hetetiees tet ee
ae, newspapers} on Wes ee ry Se Naees Hee cal ab Hite aul th) dot at Ind ig} PS pneu x tion’s leading man in piloting for-| YO™en's and youth organisations m {endeavour to uphold the honour
mie to Strike for 24 hours) age, est Coast Berbice, killing! © ‘ eye Ce devia ne o-Chinése States | eign aid measures through the “he Socialist Unity Party (SED) | f our country in Bittish sports-
morning. Rookamania, 61 year-old femaie| @tion of the Brit He f ly | Senate. nd other Communist-controlled LAKE SUCCESS. Feb. 3. | ™anship.” as
: : Santiag reens seller, a nijuring five} /ar ’ , eT i a ort workers in Santiago, | = pia ¢ ler, and injuring five : i Now Inde endent ¥ Connally has already proposed ee tee have a clear major- “nited Nations Secretary Gen- | The teams will then march out
iilway men and copper| 0lers | uge G I , 4 a cut of at least §1,0v,0uu,00U | '*¥ 0m the Council. ral Trygve Lie said today he} °! the Stadium, and shortly after-
came out on support of| The news reached Georgetown | city’s street ; 1] PARIS, Feb, 3 below the $3,778,000,000 which|,, The Executive Committee of the] night make a “Dpoponal, fog Wards the Games will begin with
phonists and electricians| after 9 p.m. and the Transport} to join toni 1onster ry- Teenci:. Prantdan =e or Congress voted last for European Council is made up of the three nternationai control of tt savdre 4 the heats of the mer hundred
ater. | Chief W. A. T. Perkins sped by | wide j rene 5 ; sty s- I erat Sager aid. East German Vice-Premiers, Wal-| zen oa ee . meee) cpa i 1
j var car sia 2 i ctrat a ¢ AUPLO. signed the i “T ,; - ter Ulbrigt > z . . declinec to —.
| power car to the scene < all| stration. Leaders are appealin ae ee : I am goin , bright (SED), Herma : é . | we ie :
' a 50. ae agen and IL ator. Lenders: re. apt s ratifying’= the ‘nmmumbnesd ee §° g to see just how Kastner (LDP) a Jermann ‘omment specifically at his press There is still no sign of rain
; | night directed a special squad in| the people to keep the demonstra- making the Ind _ much offman thinks we can : . ’ tto Nuchke onference on President Tr |: nd, with very seat gone, the
Oli F a , clearing the derailed passenger} tion peaceful in order to impre Ste cea tr ~ ™ ne *s ot cut this year.” Connally told a ‘‘ tne and the Chairmen of} yan’s order to vendies 'the I ae ; Games should open in a blaze of
L ' > | tre ee irre ai dated Mae me. lie State: idependent within reporter, “ sur i maller parties and organisations : p the bomb. | ,, eer '
ver Praneis |= ie a m the line. | the wot Id that B. H people arc French Union, i in ®t bail — = = will | The: Council. desued e —. Mr, Lie said however that | elory
oth trains haq backed into| conducting a reasonable, but de- tidied i ae pes Oe che: sit~) lling nice anifesto! sonstant develo pment The Finals
sin B G At 65 | the side line at Fort Wellington} ‘termined fight for their rights Minister of overseas || uation, loved he on ery, German who! weapons of Bat hee tea Nal aaa a
Awe *) }to allow the Demerara:Berbice| - ‘Po-day the Governor-appeinte France Jean LeTourneau an-_|| One Senator who has been in| ‘Ved his country" to close the] “nske it pores pe euction re finals to be contested on the
Advocate Corr + | regular express to go through | ea the People’s Cothmniinee lee Ae nounced” this “tonight in av j close touch. with Hoffman’s-Buro-}!20ks behind the National Coun- ce e it more and more neces-) pening day are the men’s and
8 nepencen. | ‘Three passengers and workers on er the Hon. Tomtisng Sn ith Chal ea telegram addressed to ||Pean visit said he had met with | “!!: “The National Front, based eae continue ‘the ‘search’ for] women’s 100 yards, the six miles,
GETOWN,'Feb. 3 IF rsgprl yg — ye prea a ne I * me io ae ie , 7 French High Commissioner |} only minor success in urging the ne the German Democratic Re- g eement among the great the high jump and the hammer.
iver Michael Francis 63| at 6.25 and tt eg 1 't nin. den | Cee ebaaeatar’ { in Indo-China Pierre Pig- |lowering of trade barriers and | 2UDlic. the stronghold of Demo-| 2°W°rS: Not only on a United} In the evening, the scene shifts
Des nae’ stancis 65) at 0.29 and the goods train was| Committee. He was appo d as ach pa al: jagreement on convertibility of|<"8¢Y is authorised to represent} \°¢°MS system of control 4 lto the swimming pool, where the
puty Director of Medi-| despatched ten minutes later with; a result of a Resolutio; m 1 py USSF: currency eee he vital interests of the entir mie energy but on other] ®vents conclude the finals of the
ves Briti ee ad | “cs $ as : Tp : ane ‘ . m a 4 rrency . Oe: Vi sts o he e “e aves PRY, 6 s : inals
the Beane oad a ae — eee’, oe not Smith and unanimously passed iz | ‘The main jobs of wiping out | ‘7¢rman people, and to speak for ies that divide the world an 1} $40 women’s free style relay, the
i short illness eel Tt an ive i es per hour, the December session, and invited trade barriers, and getting a sound | '!! nationally conscious Germans”, | “per the United Nations in its| 880 yards men’s free style relay
$ oll roel uneral| 7 sgh nce yn the omnibus) him to suggest other membe:'s | > e currency plan have not yet been manifesto said.—Reuter, } Torts to make the world mor-| ind 4 water polo contest between
Ste Francs ; rene soon ws re — e No. 30 plat- for the Committee. } oO 1¢ce Ban RC Settled,” he said. “Hoffman left ‘cure against war’ the huge Australian team and the
educated at the Se x asia , ue hind : ab 7. at since yesterday a blu anc | the European people wrangling Wy & . —Reuter penne me Ys
. . © Boys | ning behind about a mule; white Baymen flag was hoisted on q y about it.” } Seo - J] ) | r tbe evening, there will al
‘and i ‘ bers 1 \ 5 rade areas 3 é n flag was hoisted o1 i Wee Ser ors irge | si] : » t V also
ee se saat eae but avy that he would the Battle Field, Wednesda; it ro es | arc 1 | U.K. Obstructs ere iat r Urge ST ” wrestling at Auckland town
a. 1919 : ae in pu up disappeared as. ae night it had been flying in tne - So far Hoffman has given no \ l ] F : | aa silt | B Be ni " hall. ;
Jatter year Joined the BG alan ‘naka oe aera ne) centre and other parts hint of how he feels about the | ori¢ ede ration | erlin I raffic ane Se tae Me
c ? > B.G.| O US rain. } + “he eS , oi -_ ° ister sidne } tna 6
4 , ity Leaders , ples chances of bringing t Marsha | » Mr. Sidney Holland, tod
Service retiring at ‘he Rookamania was on the plat-| mA ahd Sin] IN BRITAIN Plar oe . ~ a 1 Dagtss . paid tribute to the g tw s
the year 1947 ¢ zn 4 ' ot | Baymen flag was the official fi lan to a successful close next OF | osition naltered , A the great value
Sed at ol : fos m of ms hr saat —_ a up to 70 years ago when Br LONDON. Feb year. Democrat Senator McCar- ” NATIONS N. the ae ind joined with all
Y > time as| was sandwiched and she_ died} yonq, . ‘7 P ee “7 ’ ran has said that Britain is ste _ ; New Zealand in tending
: : ; , onduras became a ( vn Police tod: - + a ; 4 as § ain is stand- oe ae 3 “ah. 9 extending a
§ Officer of British| immediately. The injured were| ., ‘the “0 wii Se reed il R cent banned as “polit-| ing in the way of a currency clear- WASHINGTON, Feb. 3 The traffic ae , “Hel. | Warm weleome to the visitors
ef Was awarded the; taken by train to Georgetown and| ; ae es se a a “oman Catholic proces-'ing union being considered by A group of 20 Senators today bit eae, 7 Nemesis at Helm “To competitors in the Games I
} © 4 : . wh ought rity ect ) n favo r > pate - 7 * . . urge s Ti . . aol at as é rel s ng “ ‘ . 5
Gold Medal in 1942 for| three were detained at Colonial| ie f a sa a % the retention OKEC, McCarran, who is Chair- urged the United Staves to lead the cast Gameon "Police we a a say ‘good hunting, and the best of
valuable research in! Hospital. The other two were —.(By Cable) ake pe t Re man Catholic man of the Congressional “Watch- way in building the United Na- ii diana - prow een ik’, he said. “] Scant ‘Sie soul
is. treated and sent away a. tein , dog” Committee on ECA spending | 40DS into a World Federation, anes pn — oe aan jall give their best, and display
» De 2 1 1 ocessic was > " oft Minn ten ~* Th ade the > * . J § ys a queu ‘ . > ‘
—By Cable (by Culde). | ban dae _ was to have! has said also that Germany should F hey 5 Rp plea at a Senate | 5¢ about 70 lorries was wai ng ot | nat Spirit: of sportsmanship that
eat on Sunday, A series of| be brought into this arrangement, | *°°@!8" Relations SUD=COMMINCS. | the western side - of the ounts the race beyond the prize
ilent rocessions ‘would haveland that “England’s inability to |!" @ resolution stating ‘s side o le A ri
| ar a ingle s 3 . Border.—Reuter,



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‘ oant arias All political pro-| wards convertibility of currencies} Policy of the United States to} ee Ce ae en eee
‘ssions In London were bz ad] in Western Bur ”_Reute support and _=strengthe the | % x
9 - Me | 96 ‘é or , e banned] '® > Jurope. euter. “ : gthen the | \ z
RID °S é ‘ROBER 0 29 | i eak Char ge for i? three months Under the} | United Nations and to seek its is .
/ | mth Education Act all schools} ' . development to a World Federa- | % ni
sath ais Follows U.S. Check | ‘tenacx? 20 conform to exed| Monique’s Husband | tio» oves to ail nations with de- | ;
: ROME, Feb. 3 | s ee 1e¢€ andards of education and of| . | fined and limited powers ade- | x
pe first official announcement of the birth of a baby + Dent or accept aid ana| Released On Bail seg rte Hae a ie .
Wedish screen star Tnari vahathe drs id ita LONDON, Feb mre CRO. | vent aggression through the en- | ¥ s
Villa Me en stat Ingrid Bergman came to day An employee t Britis To obey the act would cost| BAYONNE, Feb,, 3. | tment, interpretation and en-|% x
: a Margherita Clinic here, which said “mother | ,, . ae the Roman — Catholi Sarl, my Jarine | forcement of world law.” % ‘
hare going along Fondidhe. 7 ’ \fomic Research men a ' an Catholic com-| Joas Carlos Da Silva Ramos, | veh ahabadtinbys x ¥
Were still Senet BPO |. it Harwell, — Berkshire munity about £50,000,000, it is| 23 year-old Brazilian, was re- wo: :
af the . on duty at cial wish of Miss Bergman, charged at Bow Street Magist Gdn ns Britain’s Romar] leased at 5.10 p.m. to-day from| 1% ,
tiend described yc st agen ape 9 Sy a See irt today with betraying at a gs ie high ty | Bayonne priso where he had! . % x
cribec iss | Custody of Ingrid Bergman’s new earch secrets likely to be il i, an the community can} been held since December on the > ’ . | Ms :
as “a Rouneing rn child developed to-day. iy an ena , P ae ’ charge of murdering his 20-year- Bevin Back BS .
with tin Legally, say informed sources "a Ress “ Statement issued today by | old wife M : i u } x
i het J . ’ , ‘ . Klaus Emil Julius Fuchs, age - ) pay en, wite Monique. * | ,
n: ae au- here, the re of the child wil) Hill Side. Harv : : eee for organising | Bail of 1,500,000 frances £1,350 | In London | 6 %
: e@ baby hs ve decided in the divorce action ; : 2 cae + eung, announced that thc] fixed last night by examining . 2 %.
w 7 P : manded in tor until -Feb- }Tearate " ast night by examining, Li ob, 3 | } a
og - new pair how under way between Bergman et ah tae i aha ; falgar Square meeting wil | magistrate Puech, was paid intc| ‘he British Fae ale | .
rything Teatmen:. ‘I'ney; and her husband, Hollywooa} "531 he et _pace on Sunday afternoor| court this’ morning and this,! y-. Ernest . Bevin seekiabed a ae 0 x
, € went perfectly. | physician Dr. Peter Lindstrom. t ne ae b arranged but the Catholics| after a telegram was received. | [jndon to-day cite eats 1 A\ | x
Reital direc But the same sources said tha “ot, | (ho would have walked in the} Examining magistrate Max | ei Fide ee a oe ae 0 ~
ee Said that! Rossellini, who shows “an extra- e Satel rocessions would have to mak« | Puech, last night decided that | M ‘ ommonwealth 2 are 1% y i *
ae ge the clini dinary ‘affection for the child” e com-| their’ own way to the meeting ( Da Silva should be released o.1| oor Conference in Colombo. | % g bi
aay oe et till uli} is anxic us to keep it when he ful- ver tye Se eae shy —Reuter. {| bail from Bayonne prison, but this Bev yp Pe AA vA are ™ | x x
4 ly k ed rin, Is his oft repeated vow to mar- Bet ae Uitie tc, he | decision was subject to appeal| ~<\'" Siopped 1+ ge gma Goree§ fo ff *
oe knew who ry Miss Bergman as “soon as sh: reh, which was caleulatec be by the members of Monique Da| {#4 2 talk with the Acting g A| *
meee -lookdn is free.” r mig lirectly or indirectly T ae ‘ Silva’s family, who are civil ee Minister of France x A| x
pital author Legal sources close to Berg-| 'seful t ees ; rinidad Elections | Parties to the proceedings. It Was} , Pore ema ee i :
peborities sa.) man and Rossellini disclosed that The alleged a similar understood that Monique’s mother.| 2°Y!® proceeded to No. 10 eens (A \ Y
: rs of strict fence to a person ul! “ r + Madame Borye, did not intend tc| ™& Street to see Prime Minister i=eo \
Imposed as a spe- @ Ow page 3 @ on page : Next September appeal against the magistrate’s! Mr. Clement Attlee-—Reuter ‘ e * S ‘
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MORT-OF SPAIN Hae 4 ’ 1e ates ‘
| ..PORT-OF-SPAIN, Feb. 3. | a Argentina Wants .
| , General elections under Trini-| Tibet Mobilises s :
ely be . ‘ligher Meat Prices >
Reeticober i he ee kor Ked Invasion ‘ eee ‘
Sgierael formati LONDON, Feb x
send the. Sonpebiagee tian HR, YORK, Beb.a. Egan: baun om? SMOKE AND EN
will ‘take le “olin <# ; ' Mr. Lowell Thomas, radio new: il coungeillor’in ,Argentina, &
} Cale ‘dane : ai re ne ommentator, has reported tha o> his way’to [sndon for con-' %
| th d y in ¢ nit ‘ y ; ‘ - : ‘ ‘
| stitutional . {1 ae wa ee Page Bodh 1s = hurriedly mobilisin; ation with the Treasury avout, & ‘
akc oetuments “lo: Hi 0 troop; against a ‘possib.c e negotiations on Ar i xg a9
Pin” . ‘ vasion” by Chinese Communist: 1and fo gher meat pri.c = * 6&6
© | reieass t 1 tiat the At present, Tibet has only 10.06 S> soor these co & ‘
‘ ston of the instruments j dn armed with «¢ ver. | will returt 3 s ‘
before March veapons, he wrote i: Coilic ires to resume negotiaticns (ts :
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ONSECRATED at Southwark
Cathedral, London, on Jat-
uary 25th was Basil Montague
Dale, the new Bishop of Jamaica
He expects to sail for the West
Indies in February or March.
Bishop Dale will not arrive @
complete stranger to the islands
because for years he has been a
member of the Standing Commit-
tee of the Society for the Propo-
gation of the Gospel, and latterly
Chairman of the West India
Committee of the Society, and has
thus gained a good knowledge of

the West Indian Dioceses and
their problems. Also, as Chair-
man of the Honduras Church

Association in’ England, he went
on a mission to British Honduras
and Central America in 1947.
Forty-six-year old Bishop Dale
has one son aged 20, who will ve
accompanying him to Jamaica.

Second Visit
R. F. M. MANSON, F.AC5.
and Mrs. Manson of Worth-
ington, Minnesota, U.S.A. are now
paying their second visit to the
island. They were here about
seven years ago on a cruise and
liked it so much that they have
now returned for three weeks’
holiday They are staying At
Super Mare Guest House
Dr. Manson told Carib yester-
day that he
own hospital in Worthington, but
had retired from the profession
eight years ago
On their way
trip, he said that
Miami ther

they flew t

Trujillo, San Juar the Virgir
{slands and Antigua and in each
place they had spent about four
or five days

It is however their opinior

that Barbados is the
tion spot and they are hoping *
return here next year

Dr. and Mrs. Manson have tw

sons, one of whom is Medical Di-





rector of the American Tele-
hone and Telegraph Compan}
while the other a Denté geon
who was a Japanese ner of
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On Official Visit
Miss DORA IBBERSON
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Two Daughters At School

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daughter ere t oO at the
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to Barbados this

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a Home Again

R. GORDON BARROW ana

his Jamaican wife were arri-

vals yesterday morning frorn Trin-

: idad by the “Lady Nelson’ with

their infant daughter and are stay-
'
‘

ing With their relatives at Fonta-
belle.

Mr. Barrow who saw service
with the R.A.F during the war,
was demobbed in 1947 after which
he took a two-year course in
London in Chartered Secretaries
which included accountancy, eco-
nomics and law subjects.

He travelled out from England
to Trinidad on the S.S, “Matina”
about ten days ago and —
there attended part of the his
dad—Jamaica cricket tournament.

«> «>

Director’s Sen

M*® WILSON THOM, who
arrived from England re-
cently for about a month’s stay
in Barbados is the son of Mr.
Robert Thom, one of the Directors
any of tha of Messrs. Robert Thom Ltd, He
shows at the Globe during thei js a guest at the Ocean View
stay in Barbados Maurice, an Hotel.

ex-cricketer himself, was @ mem- es as

per of the Trinidad Cricket team



An Ex-Cricketer
R. MAURICE JONES, Man-
ager of the Globe Theatre
tells me that the members of the
British Guianese cricket team at
present here have been issued with

invitations to attend

which visited Barbados 1939 Student Here From
a a, Venezuela
Here ror Cricket Tourney

; ie : R. ARQUIMEDES MATUTE,
; ampbell alt .
M°.. oe , eee ™ of _ M a student of Diego Arreaza
es : , _ Monagas in Venezuela, is now in

a ‘ricket Club, is on : ‘
Demerara Cricket Club Barbados for a holiday. He earriv-

three months’ long leave and will

d rec ly . WI. e is
spend the first part here so as to ae =a 5 ve on =
be present for the Barbados rig at Super Mare hue
B.G., Intercolonial cricket matches ore

<» «»

which open shortly at Kensington
He then plans to visit some o!
the other West Indian islands.

Of The London Film “o.

> is > Audit Department
ee Se a Te ME. AND MRS. R. D. WAR-
m , NER, who have _ been
«» ss spending a holiday of two months
’ : ‘ ’ rere, left on Monday by B.W.i.
It's High Tyme Airways for Trinidad en route

for New York. This is the second
visit which Mr. and Mrs. Warner

T all started when Mrs. Ben
Moore asked Eric Gates if he



would produce a musical review have paid to Barbados, staying

the proceeds from which would be at the Marine Hotel and Sam
in aid of a deaf and dumb young- Lord’s Castle.

ter who is being eaucated Mrs. Marguerita Warner was

5 idad. the former Marguerita Valene of

} been in the London Film Co., and Famous

productions Players, New York. She is now

t noted for a Short Story writer and during

Fr modern num- her stay here, Mrs. Warner has

be Barbados for completed several short stories

holiday, and On her return to New York she

me m on

ha agreed to



produce a hopes to complete a story she is

Musical Review. The name is writing which is se* in Barbados

High Tyme” and will inelude It deals largely with Sam Lord’s

€ dances and skits along career but the scene also shifts
me lines as West End other parts of the island.

Review. There are eighteen j Mrs. Warner is Chairman of

ils in the cast, six show g& Membership of the New York

branch of the National League otf
American Pen Women

Mr. Warner is President of the
R. D. Warner Co., Inc., of New
e. York and Montreal, Manufactur-
ers of aluminium products _in-
cluding chromotrim metal mould-
ings. Mr. Warner is a keen fisher-
man and during his stay caught
several large fish off the coast of

chorus



girls

other night of!
players are bu I
rehearsing either at the Aqu
Ch or at the Empire Theatr
The costumes are all new, de-
ion ideas fron of the
is shows which he has been
i He is grateful for the help
which he is receiving from Mrs



st every

tternoor the








some



Skewes Cox and Mrs. Muriel the island.
King for their work in helping
him with the designing of ‘the dresses, ably assisted by Mrs
Denise Sisnett and Mrs. Betty Hilarious!
Pres These adies are making wr .
the « ae UST a reminder about the
fs ts we pleased with the Cabaret Show which takes
progress of the players and he Piace tonight at the Drill Hall
te t Capt, Raison The Dress Rehearsal was last
ht
gt eh : The short sketch with the two
‘6? “’ Barbadian maids working in a
oe posh Paris salon is nothing short
Mi iward Cook assisting Bynoe, late of Christ Church
I the teaching of tie of hilarious.
nees, and the show quickly «» «>»

into something the like

has neve!

Bart ) rhe



aan wee Special Meeting

opening dat ill

etime in mid March. Carl EMBERS of the Y.M.P.C.

ye a oe eee ar wenty who are interested in Foot-{
the chorus girls and he aa ball are asked to attend a Special

aes some more details Meeting to be held at the Club on

Monday, 6th February, at 5 v.m

—_—



a



BY THE WAY —By Beachcomber

t to say for



years man-







en ele
E
M that

wiver € € t proa ed
. ele pl ant rive DY an ele t

\ t wheels,
ar he isfie Who
would be E Well, then. As
Americ: rdered 500 of the
robot elephants, I suppose we in



of them,

England must go sl
‘bridge the dollar

in order to

gap.” They should be rationed at
once, before greedy people start
hoarding them. Then let us have
a Committee set up to decide
what these elephants can be used
for. What about an electric rhino-
eeros to heat greenhouses?

Countermanding a Husband

j WAS intrigued to read that a
film actress had ‘telephoned



PLATES

calling off
being his

husband,
marriage,” she
wife These things are
becoming as simple as cancelling
an order for a bit of fish. But

et those

her third
their

third

cutting: Les Miracles du Materi-
alisme Dialectique.

A Delicate Situation For The
Zoos

Romance,

it is called to-day, take heart

who love a

NIMALS are certainly coming

I notice that after about a dozen into their own, and into
experiments there is a tendency everybody else’s. Encouraged by
of these couples to come tegether the recent national panda crisis

again and re-marry. As one ..t here and the “spontaneous explo-
them has said, “It’s only when sion” of feeling over the denial
you've divorced people three or of.yeal cutlets to a baboon. United
four times that you really begin Nations “are to supervise a con-
to know them.” In fact, very voy of four donkeys crossing from

soon it is the divorce, and not



THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE





Springbok Farm Guide to Housewives How Not ToWorry |

EDDOES—$2.50 per 100 ibs
(ex field) $3.00 per 100 Ibs. or

4c. per ib R
Your Own Back sees Peer on cee 10

6c. each.
Springbok Farm in Surrey is oaea ng
a traiming ground tor incapaci- ei a ea ae
tated ex-Merchant Navy men. It GRAPEFRUIT oe =. a

was started by thé generdsity of
South Africans, who ¢eoéntributed
iwo nunared thousand pounds in
gratitude for the Mefefhant Navy's
neroic work during the war. Tne
mene was used to build this
modei farm, with a hostel for
trainees and houses for Merchant
Navy old age pensioners and their
families, Tne remainder is to go
iowards building g model village,
to be called Springbok Village.
A short while ago a BBC re-
cording car went down to Sprin-
bok arm to take recordings
irom the staff and trainees and
to get a general picture of the
work deue there. They found an
impressive model farm of some
four hundred acres under a
Scottish manager who was with
the Ministry of Agriculture du-
ring the war and before that was
a working farmer. There is a *
qualified man in charge of each 6 3
department on the farm and 4 Port ‘saying, methinks: (4)
trainees come for a year’s course 10 Some paintings are classified as
2

Te. @ach.



CROSSWORD



Across
Merry. no doubt, with six inside.

6)
to get it from a thief one nas to

in general farm work, poultry these. (5) 5

P 7; tiy driven. (5)
market gardening, pig rearing and {3 er iis Daddy. (3)
dairy farming. All of them had a 1% ils to oe ys eortaia
hand in the radio programme and + pL should be entitled to
so did some of the trainees, who say “ crisp, M4 crisp.” (6)
cre throwing themselves into '6 How CRORES. FUE IV) CFNOESS

£ t s t
ee with a will. Bill Callow, 17. The tar makes money somehow.
though a seaman through and 4)
: wards. (4)

through, feels that, since he has i iaie iochere’s “always weight in
been forced to give up the sea,

one football team. (7)
growing chrysanthemums is a 22+ Imagine finding him in the Nore.
very satisfying substitute.

4)

Ray- trates of Venice. (5)
mond Marvell, twice torpedoed, ae: gy cuppared whe oh eee
is now working in the piggeries, 95, penta in jam others supply. (4)
where two of his youngest Down
charges, only one day old, broad- _ Whom did the solver use? (9)
cast loudly to the world by squea!- 3. Sort of watch that keeps one
ing fiercely into the microphone.

2
3
So eed ‘reptile. (5)
Yr * 4. re: re le
When the trainees of Spring- 5. people.
bok Farm have finished their

. Unprofessional sort of

(5) 6. a Ot eae

} ; : . 3 able hiss you’ nd.

work there is every kind of re- 7 o — 8. Hurry ap! (7)

creation available for them—bar, 9. His lordship takes. tea and dis-
television, radio, billiards, darts ,) clogs, etl to 16 Across. (3)

and a library. The most popular 16. What some people eali a foreign
al 7ev i “ ie’ nguage. (5)

ce Charlie's 18. TP aed mn0ods the reverse surely

2D

Place.” This is the cinema room (4)
also available for lectures -- 19. You may beat to nelp. Oe un
which was opened very recently. =, nage iy eee ere



Comings and Goings

R. JOHN ST, FELIX DARE,
AY. _ Managing Director of Messrs
William Fogarty Limited, arrived
from Demerara yia Trinidad yes-
terday by B.W.LA. on a short
visit, and is staying at the Ocean
View Hotel.

dad yesterday by B.W.I.A.
* * #

B.W.LA. yesterday.

oa &
Mr. R. F. Stokes, Director of
Stokes and Bynoe, left for Trini-

and Company, Canada,

B.W.LA.







Rupert and

Elizabeth Ferguson
COCONUTS (Dried) $5.50 per
100.



Mr. William Bennett, Engineer
of J. N, Harriman and Company
Limited arrived f{ggm Trinidad by

‘ a ok
Mr, W. Pitfield Jr, and Mr E.
Kinnear, of Messrs W. C. Pitfield
returned
from Trinidad on Thursday by

Miter Forty
B

7

1 FOUND my friend Janet busy

at the kitchén sink, but I knew}
from the depressed hump to her |
shoulders that the onions she was
peeling were only, partly respon- |
sible for her moisture-filled eyes.

From my usual perch on the

table I asked: “What's up?

“Nothing much, except that it’s

my birthday, and I'm 40.” (Hor-
ror-stricken voice.)

I laughed and said: “Well, we

all have to have ’em, you know,
and haven’t you heard, life begins

at——’

She stopped me with a wave of

her knife. “——~-at forty. Elizabeth

don’t give me that stuff. You just
go on, peeling onions and making
beds and getting older and older

and——” Words failed her.

Our snatched cup of tea (wo-
man’s best friend) restored her
to cheerfulness, but on the way
nome I pondered. Janet is nor-
mally so capable and sensible that
7 wondered if women do hate be-
mg 40.

You Know ..

Come to think of it, isn’* it a
darn good age to be? You nave
weather quite a few storms and
you have survived; you are a long
way off old age, but far behind
you are the diffidences and search-

ings of youth.

You have learned (if you have
learned, anything at all) that to
be kind and tolerant is worth an
awfui lot of cleverness and virtue.

You have found out how true it

is that it isn’t what happens to

you that matters so much as the
way you deal with it, and if your
job is a home and family you have
realised that a shabby house with
love and laughter in it is worth a
heap of palaces.

And when you get sick to death
of housework and its endless re-
petition of chores you'll have
gained wisdom enough to weigh
that against the fact that you have
created a little fortress that will
withstand the sieges of illness or
hard times.

Now for some practical advice
to the forty-ish housewife. If you
use make-up, put it on before you
start your work. A well-applied |
lipstick can help get the fire |
cleaned out more quickly and |
more efficiently. Just you try itj
and see!

Try to be tidy, always. A “sweet
disorder in the dress” (or the!
hair) is not for the over-forties.
If you have a hair-do that suite |
you, stick to it.

Don’t worry about the lines in
your face. If you use your face
you can’t avoid lines. Anyway,
they tell a story and it’s probably |
an interesting story.

So you see, whether fat and
fuzzy, or lean and lank, you can
enjoy being forty.—L.E.S.



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PLUS HALF HOUR VARIETY PROGRAMME

— With —
THE MILTON QUARTETTE
— And —

REPEAT PERFORMANCE

For the Benefit of the Visiting Cricketers
LOCAL TALENT ON PARADE
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: ye M{ ne

At length the strange conversation
finishes and the stranger turns to
Rupert. * Now, little bear, we deal
with you,” he says. ** You ask tor
Sailor Sam, You want to see him?
Very well, | think perhaps you goto = grass down the slope, and through
join him. von that’s a very good ths wood until t reach the cleasé

a

idea, But we take no ing where stands catavan,
ALL RIGHTS RESRBVED



chances that you run away. Eh?”*
And getting some bits of thim rope
he ties up Rupert’s wrists
ankles. Then he binds his arms to
his sides and, picking him up
his arm, he strides away over the










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ALLIED ARTISTS Present - -
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“BETRAYED”

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By kind permission of the
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THE POLICE BAND

Under the direction of Capt.
Raison, A.R.C.M.

will give a
-VARIETY CONCERT

at the
DRILL HALL

on
WEDNESDAY 8th FEBRUARY

at 8.30 p.m,

In aid of the Rifle Association's

BISLEY FUND
ADMISSION 1/6
Tickets on Sale at

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properly —and to keep them in good order —
use Dodd’s Kidney Pills. Dodd’s Kidne
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the marriage, which will be called
a “romance.”

A Neat Arrangement
ERE’S richness. A French
friend sends me a quotatiort
from Izvestia. It is a claim that
wheat can turn into rye in certain
areas, and Lysenko,



who makes

the Israeli to the Jordan-held part
of Jerusalem every fortnight,
with provisions for a lion in the
University Zoo.” If the convoy is
attacked, it may start a World
Animal War.

Tail—Piece

HE B.B.C. robot technicians,
which will “detect any un-
wanted noise,” will have the

the claim, says that this “con- busiest job in Europe, comments
firms Stalin’s teaching on dia- jolly Jack Hopkins, with a light



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The Club Morgan Orchestra and PETER
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DANCE § :
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rested TO-DAY, SAT, MON., WEP,, at T302®
The Women’s Canadian 4
Club The M.G.M. Detective Story
a “SCENE OF THE CRIME
Saeed CRenttines Starring VAN JOHNSON — GLORIA D® HAVE
~- Of a TOM DRAKE

SATURDAY, Feby 1th

— at —
The MARINE HOTEL
a
Bridge, Games of
ance and

All the usual attractions,









Terror, Mystery and Romance

ROYAL THEATHE

SUN., TUES., at 8.30 pam
NO SHOW TO-DAY

The Republic double
BILLE ELLIOTT in

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gaTURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1950

| Will Widen Two Battle |
‘YictoriaBridge | For Ingrid’s |
‘‘Roberto os

PAGE THREE



THE BARBADOS APVOCATE i









: ridge which was{
y The Victoria Bridge wh

rs recent stormy }
n the recent ES | .
gaaee aa repaired, may be} / |B S
| weatnet 7 ) A
f widen? rector of Highways and} @ From page 1 = 4 py ®t 4 =
te rt told the “Advocate” | Dr. Lindstrom had already “made —

? : ates can
a » that no estima S

pypestercasy until the coming finan- |
be oY anwhile the project }

it clear”

that he would want to |
keep the

young child.





ee
y +hey said that cab! ad ¢ i
me ui ) cables had al-

cal ye? -onsideration . ready bee C |
; iving cons €aay een exchanged between |
is rece! the two

, men’s lawyers, making
claims for the young Roberto.
This lawyer discounted reports |
that Dr. Lindstrom might contest
the paternity of

Three Vehicles
Collide















fi ot = child, .

aus! © said that there seemed to i

The motor hh ame te aa between Dr. Lind- :
= M.1049 wejlision which occurred getter. hie neal who met to- iF
@ in @ Mom and the lorry M.933| § 1 1 iss Bergman on the iP
F between them ot about 4.15 p.m,| 2S!and of Stromboli nine months i
ae NO one Was injured. A Swedish star was . ‘i
. - a so- + i # ‘ > . + . . . i > : . at

Tine bus is the progenies Oe In the meantime, yous, Tas e+ All that’s wrong with the Tory Shadow Cabinet is that it’s just a group of political pigmies.” Ha
h fi Co. and a t berto” is the legal 7 ss att ta
tiore! Bus bei d C is e legal son of Dr. He
was being driven ; . SS See ey a etn re

ite ealleyne of Paynes Bay,| J 'ndstrom and will registration | B G. G ks ff , |
] - TheJorry is owned . .&Stration . i (0 SKS “| > 4 | ath he
Bs tres tring ariven by Orcar| ,ghe) sald that Miss'Bergman| "> GOVernor As mpire Games France May Buy ritish Atom i
: Ivy, St. Michael, |? : rant the hospita itize . / a
Mie car. ihe property of Lisle} aowyereg Toms decorated “win! Citizens To Aid Toda Wool From Leak Charge “|
E tl Pies wae Welt ved creton, which were this ; y m
Eginbs of Hope, St. Lucy, was be-} nie bathed in sunlight, The Flood Victims , 8 '

South America

Nar driven by the owner. A white bow, denoting a male h : : j
ing birth, to-day hung on one of the Swen toeiee a



Barbs yous respondent) : ‘ iu 4
; . clinic drapes. From Miss Berg. GEORGETOWN 3 Re 3. Canada was to-day nominated PORT ELIZABETH, Feb. 3. the United States on. February
Negligent Driver man’s apartment upstairs came His Excellency ‘the Goveiner by the Board of Empire Games France may buy wool from , "

South America, {ns 1945.
Se ee Fuchs, who answered the

magistrate’s questions with a
slight American accknk, twas
described as a British citizen,

the thin wailing of a child.
_Friends of Miss Bergman and
Film Director, Roberto

: 5 i eet roning ~ederation as the venue for the
Sir Charles Woolley this evening 1954 Games.
made a broadcast appeal to citi- T eit oih by
‘ilm Rossel-|zens to contribute urgently ani ,, PIS decision : retaed 07
lini, said to-day the baby would generously to the Central Flood ‘®® General Assembly who con-
be called Roberto. Relief Fund which was opened {med ‘it unanimously. ;

The hospital nurses, English] by Mayor Vibart Wight of George. The manager of the Canadian

Africa, to help overcome her
unfavourable balance of pay-
ments with the Union, the French
Ambassador, A. Gazel, said in an
interview here today.

was



| Must Pay 10/-

A. Browne of Black
gel fined 10s. to be paid in

++. the sharpest edge in the world!







































| sfault seven , ; ; ae i An American investigation into
ae ays ment ‘vy His Wor.| @d_ French-speaking nuns, de-| town, Fetes ne nee aan SW 69,000,000" Me a 2 re Mand the leak of Atomic Bomb secrets
a7 ‘1S0. A = Say} * i avir enj the > rms ic - a0, f A o rool, é alll = een 2
ur. A. McLeod when he ee = child as a blue-eyed ‘The Governor headed the list ie ean a Se = bg eet ic {5,000,000 worth of other goods '© Russia led to the arrest of rade Enquiries to: T. Geddes Grant Limited
ship oa “guilty of driving the aoe a about eight pounds with| with $150.. In his broadcast he °% that Canada lad been oe from South Africa, which im- Klaus Fuchs, the Federal Bureau |
ear M.2022 on Roebuck "Th hair, : 1, | announced that the entire district ‘he Games: He said that it a ported: oleh & quarter of this Of Imvestigation — America “G-
without due care and atten-| o munaee oni that the child | administration, including ail local Probably be a close fight ores amount from France. Man” organisation — announced
ersons using the same sded mot mother’s side in a| authorities, Social Assistance De- Toronto, Hamilton, Montreal an¢ The Ambassador said that the today.
tion for pers hooded cot of padded white | t g : ittees Vancouver on the selection of the ,. “ether oe
street. ‘ silk etn emer, ee. committees *0n here the Games would be French Government was very The State Department said
me offence was committed on Sux, Vieil Specially set up, have been virtu- City, where the Games wou “ coneerned, and that prospects 4 at Fuchs worked on an atomic
December 3. si igil Ended ally turned into a whole-time re- held, and ad ed that he did net for 1950 were even worse. be- 7 — i. — United States | WwW ‘H F
nisianae ‘an ne fespital announcement of| lief organization with the local expect any decision on this to be cause of the South African — = ses ai mame eee ae | 5 c Ox
d B ' og = birt , W hich took place last} Government Commissioner at the made for about five months. import restrictions. “The answer ie ok Gin odin de Brit-|
Daerwoo r ng night, ended a fifteen hour vigil head as Flood Relief Commission- perhaps lies in South America, be yiernngre ; im Pp ith th f
for journalists who, though told er. particularly Argentine which is ain’s atomic scheme wit at o a ot
cian about the event by friends of . ’ A" 2 . af os 4 a laboratory Director.
assengers 2 ion ay itl nds: Other Government Depart- An lican Convent purchasing large quantities of ;
18 jo leis ae » mpnan ues Rossellino ments also wrote in to co-ordinare ~ & , goods from France,” he said. Usually well-informed officials is universally acknowledged to
oe reuns Ptresh fruit ane dontanetthn, #oneh sie gage reamixes ton both short-term ‘and Commissioned ee sacteels ties in ana lias Sa have been the father of mod
wood” brought fres ae ae St ant thea : vc eum: 4, | long-term relief. The Governor - involved two specific atomic leaks ve been the Jather of modern = Hay
guts, copra and Seater ohaealie eaten atondbe ae tue ‘h*) said that the flood shortage was For Service to Russia, one in the United photography. Though he did not ms
and st. lL a yes Ach) tS i . ‘ P . met cite al al sibilities ‘ 2 in| . ‘ oe i
te the 55-ton schooner “Felicia The clinic, standing in a ain ae siuuaaar a France Faced mg mt a a oat ” St de lie a
Monica” brought firewood and | secluded, tree-lined street in the plies wane called’ fir thorn han GEORGETOWN oo the Mail) England in a , take the first photograph, he | if
British Guiana. shade of Musollini’s ol : ; aa, SRORGE N, B. G. (By Mai y vey : i Ea is i
SEMI “yemengers, came upj}the villa Ornamta was ‘teneded ada, he appealed to farmers in the The Community of Anglican With Crisis invented the Calotype process, (iil
: 2 S cE a a a, as s ci alia ar . ee ae tig 2 ay
fyith the “Daerwood”. One of| by an army of newspaper re- taery nation aor ae Nuns of the Convent of the Good PARIS, Feb. 3. Ar entine Labour which made it possible for any Me
ikem, Christopher Cox, returned} porters and photographers and ish S and increase their produc- Shepherd mae a commis- M Georges Bidault’s three ~* s : | ' i
h . wre came fr: or reds 4 ‘ s »d the Bish f Guiana ue * ; . . or of positives or pritts’”’ Os
bom Aruba. The others came from | bombarded by hundreds of tele Sioned by r€ ishop 9 months old Coalition Govern- > number of positives or“ y ee
Lucia and St. Vincent. phone calls, but lips inside thx Ss » Not C leted for work in British Guiana on ment is faced with a political I roblems Settled ; a ne
Phe “Daerwood” is leaving port | villa were sealed. { Th urvey Not Complete Sunday night in the presence otf crisis. The French Socialist Party to bemade from a single negative, iid
pm Sunday for St. Lucia, St. Vin-| There was no comment from|, The survey of the damage done 4 | POORPOTANCR: Me Sb oe welded: +e aatniele | tke BUENOS AIRES, Feb. 1 Itison thisprocess thatall modern
t, Grenada and Aruba. Dr. Peter Lindstrom, the actress’s| 15 "ot yet completed but the Gov- George's Cathedral, Georgetown. Soci list Minister : fror the Labour problems which caused | so Sprocess tat au mod
rel) a é A 7 . "i ‘ in : . Peocialis I sters n ‘ * “pe | }
F The Schooner Owners’ Associa- | husband, and none expected. He ®rnor stated that the Bill to the 1e Bishop addressing the con- Praneh Cabinet serious strikes in the Argentine photography has been built
tion are agents of both vessels, had last seen his wife last May, botoniy will certainly ee. OPP! gr sation after the ceremony ap~ *'yy" Bidault later went to sce MM industry late last year were ee a , satay
wie » AS ar ;.|Many hundred of thousands « sale the f ray ths : settled last night when Govern-/} ,, 2 » rrse 00, Fox pot was a man with remarkably wide iugey
when he ‘visited her and Ros-| : pealed to the faithful to pray that 4). President of the Republic 8 ; | Born at Melbury in Dorset in 1800, Fox Talbot was a man with rema Y
sellini in Italy after the news| ollars. The Governor’s appeal was ‘the jivos and the works of the ;7° _ *Tesider ated ld him Ment authorised wage increases | . a } ‘
Put On Bond For of her romance with the Italian|@ddressed to Guianese at home Nunc “may be always to the nag Arial ger ae? . ranging between ~ on ee | Though primarily amathematician, a subject inwhich he took an honours degree at Ce
; : ¢ abros ; + be aaa na. mht a fe that his Government wi ot re- Yara t will absor' % .
Director and abroad. Donations must b« greater Glo: f God. : : Governmen R doe les . + Te ! itt Sal ce
F d. | t Conversion rr ee —Reuter. | sent to the Town Clerk, George- The Rieti of the local Con- S!8n_ but will ask for a vote of of the increase and the remainder | University in 1821, he was also a chemist, a botanist and a philologist. Heespoke
rauduien town, for the Central Relief Fund vant’ Comorian ee Shatin Su erior COMfidence to-morrow must be borne by the sugar com- French I cotld: edad Gee Hebrew, Gaelic, Welsh, Polish, Wet a
EDSON HARRIS of Grosvenor or to Barclay’s Bank Georgetown. anq Binisa ‘Sisters. The er. The announcement of the panies. The authorities, further- | “rench, and could read German, Hebrew, CGuelic, Welsh, Polish, Wendish (an
Road, Carrington Village, was put | 7 = Fi b T St 4 Cash donations must be sent. to ment of Commission was read by Socialist withdrawal a ae ane ene ome anes: | Stay cote language) and Russian. With Sir H ry Rawlinson, he was a pioneer tran
fa bond for six months in the ao/- ine oO ay the Town Clerk, but contributions the Chancellor of the Diocese, “ abinet was made _ by M. Jean tion Or — a 8 : | ? one , ; '
nof £5 yesterday when he ap- | of foodstuffs, clothing and medi- Barbados-born Hon Frank Biodini, French Secretary of , — nr as Sugar PrO- | sf the Assyrian Cuneiform inscriptions, His mathemasical attainnents ea
. ee Be han fr,| oT His Worship Mr. | Police eee of District “C” Sadeiaaenn Gabaanes hes . serene, eo es rae it was | Fellowship of the Roval Society in 1831, ane he represented the Chippenham Divisi
. } : r . ° 3, : yn, which delivered into the safe seeping of S r

yesterday remained in force when
a case he adjudicated went before
Their Honours of the Assistant

was found guilty of fraudu-
converting $5.50 belonging |
Christina Broomes to his own

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Broomes said she gave Harris} lor and Mr. H. A. Vaughan, Prop- ony who have had wartime W.V.S, : ackache Ki ne § fraine woe e
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te 2/- and a penny in the bus| given. ‘ Organizations to report to the Red mee tie |
Sand in Probyn Street to buy two His Worship Mr. Harper had Cross headquarters. ee ; ns din pete nifzot rere wu c-sorte, Gee Lip Hosters ecarenarede and hundreds oi nilacity of toll)
§ of coals for her | fined Joseph Springer of Sher- Rain did not fall as much to- DAR ES SALAAM, Feb. 3. ness, Backache, Leg Pains, $ n Ankles, No Benefit—No P, }
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one Yr ¢ é é/- Sts, ys rk "e ‘tion 3 ' e . .
ls to her ne never al- | and costs. He had founc 1M | city showed a marked reduction, ,olice opened fire after severa} {te Your time, Kidney Trouble is the true cess acids. Quickly, this makes you feo.
Pred him to keep money for her. | guilty of having stolen cane fod-|put there are no definite signs | © Openea fire after several eause. like new again. And so certain are the |
——___.____ 4 tr, Hothersal Plantation Food pele - hundred rioter nad attacked a Wrong foods and drinks, worry, colds or makers that Cystex will satisfy you com-
01 : jder from Hothersa antation.| vet that the weather is chanving police truck in Dan Es Salaam overwork may create an ‘excess of acids | Netely ther ash sete een under a money
TERER FINED 20]- | The fodder was the property of Emergency squads are still keep- ~ Dockers have een on strike ora,plate a Tanto Cree tones back Euarantes, You be the Judge. If not i
Norman Forde of King Edward| Mr. E. M. Taylor. ing day and night vigil along con- here since Wednesday. A white Properly purity your blood and maintain | Ontirely satisfies Ppkn eae “ve? Yo ww li enjoy these
awas fined 20s. in one month servancy and creek dams in 1n police officer was seriously jn- 2estth and energy. @| Cystex (Sian-tex) conts little at chemists * . 8
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concerts of recorded music, the Director as a question as you have asked don’t want since control. Free Mr, Grocer: It is up to my cus- en = oe arte to local agents all
: ; oe tian 4 vwicit | it before, but I agree it is puzzling. enterprise studies the wants of tomers, too. Thanks for the in-| -jngj ntry Windle’s telephone rarely stops
of the Regional Library aiter a visit The workers have not asked for the consumers. I am glad to tell formation, Mr. Cube. pee . 5
a assisted in the addition of nearly four t any more than the housewife. you that at last paper isno longer Mr. Cube: Thank you, Mr. ou want a speaker on February 20?” he says
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Saturday, February 4, 1950



First In Readers

THE REPORT of the Public Librarian
for the year ending March 1949 throws
much light on the working of an institu-
tion which brings great credit to Barbados.
There are few figures but such as there
are show that there is a large reading

a aie PARTY INTEND TO NATION- nationalised industry that you price? factual, precise, with a dry humour and a face
public in this island. | ALISE SUGAR? cremate Mr."Cube: I can only say tha | ideally’ built for a poker player, Morgan Phillips
The circulation department issued, Mr. Cube: They say it’s be- Mr. Grocer: What about qual- everything that has been nation- | looks like a civil servant who is on his way up.

according to the report, 184,364 books dur-
ing the year and of these 41.45% were
non-fiction. The Librarian draws from this
fact the conclusion that readers are be-
ginning to appreciate the regulation which
allows them to borrow two books at one
time, instead of one in the past, if one
book is fiction. Under these conditions the
report shows an increase of nearly two
thousand additional readers for the year,
and this made the grand total of registered
borrowers 18,990. The Juvenile Department
with 6,538 borrowers had an additional
registration of 1,147 and issued 52,762 books
during the year.

The opening of a Branch Library in
Speightstown and seven deposit stations
tell of the widening of the scope of the
work and the endeavour to carry library
facilities to those who for one reason or





(With Apologies To Maurice Winnick)

(Mr. Cube answers twenty
questions (with the help of Tate
& Lyle) put to him by Mr. Grocer.)

Mr. Cube: Heard the news?

Mr. Grocer: What about?

Mr. Cube: They want
‘nationalise me!

Mr. Grocer: Cube sugar?

Mr. Cube: All sugar!

Mr. Grocer: Now for questicn
No. 1.

WHY DOES THE LABOUR

to

cause they want to keep the cost
of living steady and low. This is
a difficult reason to understand

| because neither you nor your cus-

tomers grumble abgut the price
of sugar. Incidentally, the refin-
ers’ profits are small—.a pound of
sugar would only be 1/28th of a

| penny cheaper if the shareholders

received no dividends.
Mr. Grocer: Question No. 2. It

| has been said that you are a

monopoly you know. Is that true?
Mr. Cube: Monopoly? Defin-
itely No! We are not even on the
list for investigation by the Mono-
polies Commission. Tate & Lyle
do 53% of Britain’s sugar con-
sumption but there are five other
refining firms apart from the
British Sugar Corporation, with
whom we have no connection.
Mr. Grocer: Is there anything
to prevent other companies enter-

| ing the industry?

Mr. Cube: NO—there isn’t.
Mr. Grocer: There’s no price
ring, is there?

Charles. Wintour

FROM a crowded basement in Transport House

» per Case 648

nationalisation of the industry
affect me?

Mr. Cube: Well, first of all,
the great majority of sugar which
you sell is delivered straight to
you from a ry or from the
stock which your local wholesaler
always keeps ready. Sometimes
sugar is sold to the public on the
same day that it is packed at the
Refinery. I do not think you would
get the personal service with a

ity? Would your sugar still be the
finest in the world after nation-
alisation ~tea

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Mr. Cube:
at other nationalised industries I
don’t think it would. Tate & Lyle
have a very small administrative
staff but every man knows his job.
You can’t afford to carry any

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i cributed to the nation every day. That is half a ton
Mr. Grocer: Let’s have 2 '€-/an hour of Socialist posters, leaflets, manifestos,
cap: sugar refining is not 2 MOnv- | proad-sheets, labels and what~ . :
poly. Prices are steady and low \ "The men who write the pamphlets sit upstairs in
No one questions the efficiency o.| ne offices which the Socialist Party rents from
the industry. Neither housewive 1 [Union
nor the workers have asked for | ‘And in the biggest office with the largest desk on
nationalisation. And from my'which there are the fewest papers sits 47-year-old
point of view, ity and service | Morgan Phillips, the Party Secretary.
aA bok nals ten nationali-| He is a Welshman from Aberdare, but there is
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alised has cost more. If the)
nationalise sugar I suppose the)
might try to cover rising costs of
production through bureaucrac>
by cutting even your profit or
putting up prices.

But his background is unlike that of any civil
servant I know, and he wields more political power
than any of them. In fact, he is probably the most
influential man, outside the Cabinet; in Britain

to-day.

| IN THE PITS

> HE was born in the constituency which Keir
Mr. Grocer: Would nationalisa- | Hardie represented.

tion interfere with my supplies? 1} At 14 he went down the pits, at 19 he was un~-

don’t like to let my customers! employed, at 21 he was president of the local

down, you know. : : | miners lodge, leading a hunger march across the
Mr. Cube: I think supplies} mountains to Merthyr, and before he was 25 he

would be threatened. Mr. Busta- | won a scholarship to the National Labour College.

mante— : The miners organised a penny collection to buy
Mr. Grocer: The West Indian} him a decent suit of clothes and some shoes.

After working his way up in the Socialist Party
Mr. Cube: Yes, that’s him. He| organisation, he was given a majority of two over

says that if nationalisation be-} Maurice Webb whén the National Executive was

comes a reality he will call &\ choosing a successor to Jim Middleton as Socialist

strike of the sugar workers. If he| Party Secretary in 1944.

did that ii would have a disastrous Jim Middleton had kept comparatively in the

effect on the supplies from the! background. Morgan Phillips, recalling that of the

West Indies, and it might mean| only other two secretaries in the party’s history—

a loss of 18% weeks ration for the | MacDonald and Henderson—one had become Prime

whole country. Minister, arid the other Foreign Secretary, moved
Mr. Grocer: That sounds very| to the front of the political stage.

serious. _ As an ex-officio member of the National Execu-
Mr. Cube: And that’s not all !| tive, he shaped policy. Today, as a member of the






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Mr. Cube: No. passengers in your shop, anéd we The free enterprise of = Socialist — a he is one of the key ;
: : > i Itv in Mr. Grocer: Does the Labour can’t afford to carry any passen- sugar refiners is busy developine| men in putting it across the nation, (it is worth
another might experience difficu t Party want to nationalise sugar gere in our refineries. You can’t our supplies of sugar from) toting that the only two members of this committee
reaching the headquarters in Bridgetown. | }ecause the Government subsi- say the same about nationalised Empire sources so we can save) who are not there in an ex-officio capacity are jour- Phone To-Da
But this is not the end and as if to notify dises it? industries. Yes, I am pretty cer- dollars. Already my firm has! nalists—Michael Foot and Mrs. Eirene White.) ¥ ;

the general public that “the sky is the
limit,” the Librarian writes significantly:
“More deposit stations are being considered
and plans have been made to expand the
service to the country schools.”

But if the merit of the work done at the

ae ae ; fats and other food—the only for high prices. But they are enterprise away, I can’t see much He makes it his job to read every national news-
Public Library lay in its intrinsic value and | subsidy for sugar in this country ignorant. They think that free hope for increasing supplies of paper each day, beginning with the Daily Herald s rs
is to be measured by the cultural and edu- | goes to the farmers to encourage enterprise grocers should be Empire sugar. | and ending up with The Times or Manchester 7 pecials

cational influence on the members of the
community, appreciation comes from an

Mr. Cube: That can’t be the
reason, Sir. As Dr. Edith Sum-

, merskill stated in November, 19456

cane sugar refiners receive no
subsidy whatever. Apart from the
normal domestic subsidy on sugar
—which goes to your customers
as in the case of meat, cheese,

sugar beet growing.
Mr. Grocer: So far so good. The
next question is a bit personal.

tain the quality would suffer.

Mr. Grocer: Do you think the
distribution of sugar can be im-
proved?

Mr. Cube: I think all the
people in the distribution chain
are doing a grand job. There are
people who blame the shopkeeper

reorganised. I think that efficient
service should be left well alone.
Mr. Grocer: Packets are a bit




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40,000 tons a year. This will help When I saw him the other day Morgan Phillips
speed the day when sugar ration-| was studying the Press reports of the Socialist mani-
ing in Britain can end, but if} festo. “I don't think the misrepresentation is more
nationalisation causes a strike ir | than usual,” he said. “On the whole we’ve had a
those parts and frightens free| very good Press.

THis committee is now being wound up, which
leaves even more power in the hands of the central

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| “This is the production period”, he said. “I have

Mr. Grocer: Nor I. Then

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avila Mr. Cube: Go on. short you know. Would I get more =e oS eve loewes | 0 Tead the original copy, check the proofs with the | $ . tin ...... . Me, 3

unexpected quarter. Private individualis Mr. Grocer: Who owns Tate & if sugar was nationalised? aay | vert +

have been making presentations of num- | Lyle? Mr. Cube; I don’t see how. mr. Grocer: That sounds like 6 ae the ners for printing. : MANX OYSTER STOUT ver bot. oe,
rous books to the Library and according Mr. Cube: There are 17,000 Tate & Lyle have ordered a large pad book-keeping to me. | prob ey cram en tne campaign develops, he will! Ren CHERRIES IN SYRUP, 15-07. tin 1).

ree POCkS Se se ee . shareholders—people from all number of packing machines which jr. Cube: I agree. Any mor?| ae y start speaking. J E RED CHERRIES IN SYRUP. 30 02. OR, ¢) 03a

to the published report it shows an interest | walks of life. are arriving now. Special packing quentionnt gree. 3 FP e result? It is too early to be precise, but I PALETHORPE’S MEAT ROLL game = . ess 00 ce Se

in and gives encouragement to the work. Mr. Grocer: Are sugar workers depots have been planned and one “ Mr, Grocer: Yes; if I think| oni eae we shall win. We shall win.” He said PRUNES IN SYRUP, per tin... ...........eseeela

a ee eo ‘ happy in their jobs? is under construction. Building nationalisation of sugar is a bad eS WS aerate, salahng nis Seeey - little. % VIENNA SAUSAGES 5 er b t. a
The work of the Public Library has been Mr. Cube: 50% of Tate & licences take a long time to get thing—what can I do about it?! - T asked him what he would do in the event} seInz 57 SAUCE oe OL, rece re vneeess 2 Be

given the requisite fillip by two institutions Lyle’s employees have been with but we shall get the packets to | Mr. Cube: You have the last | oe eee eyelids Rickered momen-|% ANCHOVY SAUCE oe bets. ho. 3 sen ve %

a oe rere yet aie enk them for 15 years or over. They you in spite of bureaucratic word. Sir, though you've only| “ ay, and he said so’ tly, “I shall stay here.” he . DOt. eee eect renee eee ET

cee Oe ee ms haven’t had a strike since the lethargy. asked 16 questions. If you want to! },. very different personality to Morgan Phillips is i

tural improvement of the people of this

island. The British Council has given the ot cate Mr. Cube: You have only t you have done in the past it's UP| secretary of the organisation department
; lise sugar: . s Mr. ube: ou Nave only been to you t- see that sugar is taken ake area th ki . . bS59909SSSSSSSSO565 si iiaaacadial
greatest co-operation by staging open alr Mr. Cube: I won't count that obliged to take the size of bag you off the list for State control. > ging the speaking tours of leading ws POSSSSOOS

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public for acclaim.
done quietly and with the minimum of
publicity but there are occasions when that
work is refiected in the outlook of the peo-

ple of the community in which they have

Corinne=The Gl
Nazis Changed=Nearly Came

General Strike of 1926.
_Mr. Grocer: Then why nation-

Mr. Grocer: How would the

paupers’ ward of a Paris hospital.

She was spurned hy her native

| France for making frie. ds among

the Nazi High Command. She was
friendless, penniless. And she was

| barely 29 years old.

Mr. Grocer: What about 2-cwt.
bags? My girls can’t hump those.

controlled and we can forge ahead

Then the shadows lengthened
over Europe. Germany struck ana
France fell. Father Luchaire and
his schoolgirl daughter chose a
sombre part.

sicitiaun a Star The

burly, white-haired, cheerful 62-year-old Dick

go on serving your customers aS} Windle, National agent of the Socialist Party and




STANSFELD, SCOTT & CO., LTD.






to one caller “That’s a bit close to polling day. Most
of them will be going back to their constituencies
y then. But we’ll have a go.

Windle is purring with satisfaction. “I have never
known a time when the party was responding so
effectively and so efficiently in its preparatory work.”

How many speakers has he got? “We are not
| short of speaking talent. And we do not employ one

Grocer,



| Announcing...

THE RECENT ARRIVAL OF |



professional propagandist, not one.”
i tute for books to assist Windle has been organising elections for nearly
¢ : PARIS, (By Mail). Back At Merano, in the Austrian | 30 years. As a result of his experience he was chosen
ae studies. A ONCE brilliantly pretty film Tyrol, Allied counter-Intelligence | 85 British representative on the United Nations com- e
ye Educational and cultural institutions are star who, said the enthusiastic agents caught up with them. | mission to observe the Greek elections in 1946. 66 2
Bg ; Se dekidn ‘itees: Seton tia fans just before the war, “had The pretty girl was handed over| He suddenly found himself an expert on Greek rincess
mM ; not among those which come : fore a everything,” has died in the by Rr. M. MaeColl to the French, and thrown into a | “ffairs, went there six times in 18 months on one
7 heir work must be

prison—with bars. Her father was | Commission or another,

shot as a. traitor. }

| INTELLECTUALS

In The Dock | MORGAN PHILLIPS and Windle are both party
stalwarts of long standing. The other two key fig-

IN 1946 came Corinne’s turn. | ures in the 100 strong Socialist Party staff at Trans-

Even spectators who had come to | port House come from the intellectual wing of the

Refrigerators



em 3) ' Tat dae i. leek ee ba hiss her in court were silenced by | party. * q
a laboured. This is now the case with the ' She was Corinne Lucheire, who To the horror of patriotic the terrible change in her as she| Denis Healey, the 32-year-old tweedy secretary Size 5 cu. ft. “f
Fi Barbados Public Library. Barbados, thanks | at 17-starred in “Prison Without Frenchmen, Jean Luchaire was walked into the dock. She was | of the international department, author of such for- A
oe to that work, has the reputation of main- | Bars,” and, having scored a hit appointed Minister of Informa- gaunt and haggard. A bright spot| «ign policy pamphlets as Cards on the Table and Sealed Units
Ma) 2s an eee eee cc ete , | in France, was asked to go to tion and Propaganda in the Vichy of unhealthy colour glowed in| Feet on the Ground, went from Bradford Grammar

taining the highest percentage of readers a | Hollywood to do an English ver- Government — as the Frencn each cheek. She was racked by | School to Balliol where he took a double first in

any West Indian community. The merit ol sion with British Herbert Marshall Goebbels. coughing, 5 age Guacqntne



the work done and the sacrifice which must
be made by individual effort is to be appre-
ciated when the achievement cost the Goy-
ernment no more than eleven cents per
head of the population.

The 1949 Report of the Public Library is
an enlightening document, a record of wor k
done in an institution which does credit to
Barbados.



oo lavished j ts C ut} Head of their department is ki Arth Bax
wealth oa Tr a ae ; re on. Gormes. Ara: ood a te oon out existence 7 who has a taste iv aaeon eet bat does an
ia er . ‘ : a ean Luchaire an e “eter . 1 ; i i A ;
Britain Knew daughter became inseparables. Schoolgirl” fled with them = efficient job despite this unnecessary distraction. DIAL 3878

Sir William Askers, head of the Atomic
Section of the Department of Scientific
Research from 1941 to 1946, said at Man-
chester yesterday that Britain had known
about the hydrogen bomb for a long time.
“There was no need for an Americen
Senator to make details of the bomb known
to the world recently. We already knew the
theory of the bomb.”



acting opposite her.

Father And

Daughter

CORINNE LUCHAIRE’S was no
rags-to-riches romance. For her
father, Jean Luchaire—whom she
adored—was a rich French busi-
nessman. Corinne was born when
he himself was only 17, and he

Corinne’s success in films was
immediate. Even without her
father’s money behind her, she
would have made good with her
@tace, charm, and_ ethereailly
school-gitlish good looks.

“She is the eternal schoolgir!,”
wrote one critic. “She is the young
daughter that any father of a
family would be proud to claim
as his own.”



OUR READERS SAY:





Corinne herself started a life of
easy friendships with such Nazi
bigwigs as von Ribbentrop and
Otto Abetz, German wartime
“ambassador” to France, who ‘s
now serving a long-term prison
sentence,

Corinne lived high. It was a life
of adulation and luxury cars, no
rationing—she used to dine with
her friends at smart Paris restaur-
ants for £75 a head—and endless
champagne.



Today's Thoughi

I FIND the great thing in
this world is not so much
where we stand, as in what
direction we are moving.

— Oliver Wendell Holmes.

me and Greats.

; } e@ was a major in the Enginee i

In her prison-with-bars she had | Still retains a teeta bien on 2 —

calveans ¢.R: | Speaking four languages fluently he now spends

me he was condemned to 10 years | much of his time abroad. In the past 12 months he Lock in Handle

- national indignity” and set } ig Italy eneen’ a Canada, the United q

. States, France, ium, and Germany. ini i i

gue aut days continued. My chaperone, pretty Joyce Worley ioe the Press Finished White with Blue acenenae

Me _ indignity meant that | Department, had some difficulty in securing my ‘

a . orinne’s civic rights were| next appointment. While we waited in a corridor she

taken away, and all her property} told me that the Press Department is answering, on

= for the most meagre per- | an average, 30 inquiries an hour.

sonal trinkets. | She shares the work with grey-haired Moily Beil
who has been in Transport House for over 20 years.

High Efficiency Insulation





Without a passport and without |

| CAUTIOUS
realy there had been talk} FINALLY I see Michael Young 34-year-old head of the
0 a possible “come-back.” | Research Department and the author of most of the Socialist
Nobody believed it. But when they bontermarters propaganda that will come your way during the
Lowe her slender belong- | A product of the famous progressive school at Dartington
ing after her death they found it) Hall. Michael Young looks as studious and intellectual as
was true. | you would expect, but also possesses a gay sense of humour.
| At present he is engaged in polishing up Press articles and
They found a contract from a So rae rea litth “use wound ae ee
. 4 t | am S require a a a ao
vere Italian director offer- | 1 - eryone gy ee House that I met, he expects
n era . : ia ialist victory, not agree with some of the more
Sib had eaten Not daead tae extravagant estimates which are in circulation. r



6630009

“It will all depend on the campaign’, he said.
contract. Perhaps => cautious Bag sen he spends his evenings out
—London Express Service. creas, Se ee. va is local division of Holborn and St,



a a

To The Editor—The Advocate.
SIR,*-Every West Indian inter-

ested in the British Common-

wealth of Nations knows the name





The True Employer Is The One Who Buys



of the United States. The true
employer was the purchaser, but
no amount of nationalization of







State dependents, looking always
to Government and not to them-
selves for the shaping of their



Bus Terminus
To The Editor—The Advocate.







Cricket Team
SIR,—Kindly allow me to sug-





to do a lot of batting, I would
suggest that Hoad replace “Fof-







PHONE — WE DELIVER:
CEREALS: DESSERTS:












t industry could secure those pur- lives. TR “ gest the following XI to fie” Williams; for our fast attack
of L. S. Amery. I have just read chasers in other countries pon BAJAN IMPERIALIST STR—Everyone knows tha? Barbados in the first gamein tne SPe@theaded by King and Atkin-|% CREAM OF WHEAT DESSERT PO
&@ mewspaper report of a recent whose readiness to buy British i traffic control in Barbados bristles Intercolonial series -_— be ge son, and suppurted by Goddard PUFFED WHEAT Chocolate, .
speech which I would like to see goods our whole national life lity Teil. with problems and we are glad to ‘Thursday Feb , ncinS ana N. Marshall may well war-| PEP Vanilla.
in print bere. depended. Quality Tells co-operate, but the daily usexs of i, batting wa % Phe team iS rant the omission of “Foffie” but|$ QUAKER OATS al
Speaking at Newcastle-on-T:=ie, The Conser : To The Editor,.—The Adv , he bus learn with dismay that “Rg \iacchall. A Tay “Foffie’ has on all occa- : JELLY POWDERS ~
MrnL.S Amery said that assured United te ative policy of a : . vocate. the terminus is to be in Probyn wii.) ete, Taylor, C. Le ions proven himself JUICES: (5) Flavours .
long-term agreements “ith ae Ce Europe enveloped and SIR,—Your excellent emphasis Street ¥8 Walcott, E. Weekes, J. Lucas, aan ik ten. tee «* a ‘ i ws
partners nthe Commenwealtt buttressed by a strong and united 02 quality is supported in &@ May the users of the bu? make C.B. Williams. J. D. Goddard refer the ae j a t crefore I)\ PINEAPPLE JUICE TAPIOCA
t iy nach others meade und commonwealth, was the one per- recent letter to The Times by the a suggestion? The Black Rock (ooPt): N-.Marshall. E. Atkin- P los’? gina’. ‘eam with/S ORANGE JUICE FIGS
o supply ea h other S needs and mment security against the dan- Dirfector of Education in Oxford. buses come int te . ack wock son, E. A. V. Williams, F. King, Boogles shouldering the brunt ‘ 3
Satie onty way fo. a ' ger jo freedom from without and He writes inter alia: reversing would ae Oe ee W. Farmer (12th man). of our slow bowling. D.T.D. * STRONG MINTS PRUNES WwDER Be
employment for rot By .. the danger to freedom “Tt is a narrow-min@ed egalita- for the others to eh the ph ge * I have dropped Hoad, Proverbs . W en! r% BARLEY SUGAR CUSTARD PO ,
Such a. policy was perfectly toe, (Qmmunism within. A nar- rianism which sacrifices quality to be lined up in two rows next t ont wore, 5 Se Sar we seule Rk Maes teed with ceo-)° Goi SAID RUM ”
ae la, Sas petty ae, contracting economy inevi- a spurious equality. It is the garden? en te a— or eee XI for the first sternation, much grief and easel < | & R. BREAD : outs
of closer trade citnflana’ ean ha auiles ky ane ae quality which we need and must There are several factors to be Cae 2 oe on concern, the revelation by Mr. CROWN DRINKS CARR'S SWEET BISt™’ Ge
Europe and with the promotion still further — wal’ daskeree Te ong > ay bs ee coneisered and these concern many $ of our trad whole Socia n amas « : a ortant an equally umcu to people, tourists among ther , Se a “i ain” ha ‘ hs " : en | ee ae 3
a matte t : lu " but be i. a tae ee hope teach « primary school child and (1) Time Many adnan eciinn wa ; oe ee Bay eeeretied to enter, to invade, Sir. | 5 MEAT DEPT. i"
of prioriti« the first priority br " imunism and ‘ + abt bgp a grammar school sixth-former, home breakfast on ‘the a soda ee th ee “ap Call mecred portals of Harrison | 3 TRIPE, LIVER, RABBITS, ie
here and in ¢ 1 f the the poly State f - Coan but tl no argument for paying aftern ee i ; rosy Prag page eth wy = y 8 my wT ee aro ‘ OX TONGUES, SWEET By
‘ i aa 7 a o Mi= i. ” oo : a wae ust are ly ake relat t tne tear er- e voxis n > as! C . 2D . : 6
E h mt take over. Inthe com. (CCF * achers the same It woul the 4.15 ofte: sehen Co a See ae , ae Wann - < : BREADS, BRAINS.
: pl > alist State every , able © claim : ful to prove their w old School oming to? ao ‘ ’ tall ieee
ir he Ceaeeas e ah om Ts oneee Ww is expe ERIC INNISS ‘ Fresh Vegetables P='!y Rr
} lllionth ; eres s ner R conrrant a \ ——————___—___—— a
r nd the highly suiaes surgeon is ® LETTERS which are signed with a nom-de-plunie, but un s COD FILLETS, MACKEREL
i an a — ‘ Se oo ante? bit te accompanied by the customary bona fides, wilh be ignored. 3 p , : — AY
Ki F inte Er t extreme egalitarian has not poe. — me ee Renar 8 Grek coah week, Gnd seeders s Ph ODD ARD S 10-0
fey of oi yet made that, claim.” are again reminded of the necessity for the writer's name * one G L
wt s-d r. ELLS to be known to the Editor, not for publication, but as an }$ ooo
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FEBRUARY 4, THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE



jarunDay
| there Was
Bip Sunshine

Jesterday









HERALDS’
CONCERT
TONIGHT

| Buses Go To
Probyn St.

_ ‘Tomorrow










|
WN saw another After today, the familiar’ scen< THE College Heralds, a gré
Seay cay yesverday. as jor buses. parked in Trafalgar’ of from ‘the Caribbea |
Piepst perfect oe ae fir tha square wili be see: more é & College, Maracas, Trini-|
Fe tse prightest day eur a , These buses which occupied this} dad, arrived in the island yester- | wh - lab ‘ C
gark clouds =U) stand for some twenty-five years! day and will give island-wic¢ | OLE 0 sé ) Y | Ss

- vester~
skies yester concerts,
The group

singers

twill now be parked at the new
| terminus in Probyn Street.
Mr. A. B. Skinner, Director of |

e position in the
sweater man”



made up of nine}

really took Barbadians, 2}

five



Honsiaeraticn the arrival of | Highways and Transport, told the| Trinidadians, and the other
; the “Italia” on Atroenatedl alee rah? “Tobe -ds
] oP. that day and |} Aavocate” yesterday that the re-| ‘rom Tobago and Domin
Bees, During Wat day an | ;moval of the buses is the firs; step| There are five soloists—3 bari-

, : ay morning
Ue clock yesterday ing |
re rainfall recorded was |
sith only 7 parts. |
had no rain at |



jin connection with tne rep
of Trafalgar Square .
jtraffic. In that scheme

}
)

iS)
ing | tones, and one tenor and one bass }
| baritone. } |
â„¢

ADD LUXURY TO





drew. They have staged



man yf

that no provision was mide for a] s in Trinidad. }









a
je the Cit) Sos rill | c concerts
fa fhat day, the Station Hi | »us terminus in Trafalgar Square. | ludi one at the Britisa] YOUR B - D R O 0 M
recorded 1 anak ‘ieiderit | He said that at the i.ew termin-| Council, White Hall And this
’ particularly fa returns for ig there were a numer of otive } tour was recommended by t
Begst the ~~ ®00°am:ves~ | trees and it was intenced to erect | British Council Musical Adviser |
ri - actually in. sume" v. shelters for the c nvenience | for the West Indies, Miss Enid
y were Ba 7 a J R ; ae assengers ichards
ee en from 1 to 7 with | ALL TRAFFIC was held up in Swan Street yester day when these bags stopped the flow. Cae dee eto said that he al- ee
Meeption of number 6. ways: khew. the buses. to operat The group was formed two}
4 ns were: C ity 0, Sta- | A . rt St 1 eee Ce Een email shares ha Teafe ies Ce ts oy \ years ag They sing Folk S gs
a reetrict 1, St. George 0, |2 eciden oO Ss ; ye —_ hes erates a ae Neg ro St foe “a acne i
Hal Distric Thomas 4, St - / while another, appayently an old-} Negro Spirituals and Classical
Brie ath h 0 St James = e 5 es n lan { a e er head, remembered when they} 50M&s, but they specialise in
E 3, St. =" i and St Tra 1¢ n used to be parked in front of the| Negro Spirituals§ giving their
BM hese returns are ali]. r ‘ 1 i oe public buildings. Versions
f 7, These returr ’ ‘ d c ns 2 That he said was as far back ay To-night
; sos 1 bs as as far back ax ; 2g
of an inch Sw an Street Ta e Ommissionetr 1924 and in those days there were} The first concert here will | a

not sO many buses, the chief ones
being the Diamond T, The Den-
by, the Reo, and the Fly. As tne
numbers increased the buses were

SECOND Regatta of the

| heard over Radio Distribution \o- |
BY.C. will take place at the |

night and another concert will
given at Wakefield on Wednesx



TRAFFIC going through Swan
ie Club to-day. A few boats | Street shortly after 9.30 yester-

For Union Of S.A.












































































, race e first Re- | gay ni : , tivertec night. On this occas $a |
=a not race in the |day morning, had to be diverted - ght. n this oceasion they \ |
7 eas i ransferred to the Trafalgar stand. | | are } ;
a] be turning out. t because of an accident at the top r ae : . F a ay be accompanied by Miss Vera Re «i, |
oe Class the same boats of the Street ze e THE first West Indian to be offered the post of Honor-} That was about 1925 ana there who also a student of
th - a hg . . amy ne ~ sence er : rr aine. itil > resent y TK zt re ee
Ming, The “Undine”, which | The accident occurred. bétween ary Trade Commissioner for a Dominion is Mr. Thomas B. uy remained until-the present)'¢ 7c. but at.present on holida‘
Moot start in the first, a oe the Buick 8 motor car, X-852, Hull of Messrs. Hull & Son. He was recently appointed r aiiiadinin re, however, dis-| 22 the island. Miss Reid will ; }
eens a Gtogether oats ees aoe aoe in the} Honorary Trade Commissioner in the West Indies for the pleased about this change-over| ‘ree musical “ese With a New... .
e” ‘is altog island on board the M.V. Aro- Union ot South Africa - ‘ - Fas ae Concerts will also be given ai}
Ee _ ce i tutta vin eats a a “ on = and many of them expressed the| the Pls Cinha- ni ‘hy Anke \
; Vagabond”, Sauinh Game = and . pay = . wi hieh owas Mr. Hull told the “Advocate Z view that it was going to incon- sake aise ate ssi Me Me | . "?
: S the “C” Class race in the |;".)2'"5 Polar rom a feed yesterday that nearing the end of venience them a great deal Tre th places. ember
mee S L1ass stopped |wouse to Mr, C. A. Brathwaite’s ‘jast year he extensively travelled yassenger on the Black] 2t.'™e sroup are Roy Hoyte}
Regatia has also pped sore in ‘Roebuck ‘Sttec : 1 One passenger on the Black (Manager), Alfred Boyce. An
ime for the season. It is sold. 7 “Aft “4 hel Se ‘ i r yt Soume Africa, While he Mfr Rock route said that it was bad} wy,” “an, a aawale: A
i and “Folly” will be|,, “ret te incident bags of pol- | Paarl, Headquarters for K.W.V. enough when he had to oft! Ralph Ti Bere, tees |
ii for the first time this se lard ttered all over the products, he received a letter his bus by ‘Harrison's’ "to take — n I hompson (Barbados)
) ze 5 Sig road while the car was parked on from the Department of Com- another one in the square for the Joseph Shillingford (Dom nica) I
- ig still to be one side and the cart on the merce and Industries at Pretoria, General Hospital. With the ter- | ereerala Harris (Tobago), Elvin|}
| ec other j asking him if he would accept the minus at Probyn Street, one coul aoe ana CI bi deashil ‘
f fed *C tg g|. The c ris the property of Mr. | post of Honorary Trade Commis- well understand what his position | “@¢> ] A beautiful range or designs for Single and Double
ie. the first time season | Morris Wexler of Graeme Hall |sioner for the Union in the West would be $3 Alfred: Boyce Beds in Blue, Gold and Peach.
WMeeinvader”, which broke her = at the oe oe the rr it | Indies. . He did not hesitate in ac- Passengers. who travel on the oe is ~e
mitecaming out of | #25 ven Sedwyn Phillips of | cepting the honour. Lincoln and other buses which| 82 Played ,
fmihoon while coming out of y pling i c : 4incoIn and other uses whic | th SA » { 14 00 $25 00 h
Wey Channel for the First Bec vith Street. The cart is Messrs. Hull & Son, for the past pass Roebuck Street are wonder- | ‘hat School’s \\ rom . to , eac
) js repaired and will be by Mr. C. ‘ : 16 years, have been and are still ing whether bus stops will he} ~ R
right side of Age for the C o-operative Wine- placed at some convenient spots} it
Bad” and “Olive damaged. growers ssociation of South in the city to allow them to get! 9° , ‘ \)) — Broad Street
ish boats of t : Africa, whose wines are very on and off the bus instead cf/ owe) Years LyZ0 {
Vmewere not ready r the First popular in the West Indian mar- having to go to the terminus BARBADO 5 Zz 4
} : pine hit-tond seal (BARB: S ADVOCAT! x deen
) will be turning out to-day > < Ke | veo ,
j present weather conditions Barbados Rum Mr. Hull left Barbados on No- Y i: ees lap FEBRUARY 4, 1925) LS
) show that there w ll be a | an Pr vember 6 for South Africa. His e *,; a: ‘ i Teo ani “Sihvat 4 “ *
Miest sailing breeze blowing | For Halifax first stop was Trinidad. He left ine Wills Wesleyan Synod BGR Sgn et eae Fae SAA a
imeany yachtsmen were hoping there by K.L.M. on November 10 24 | t_ the James Street ( Animatep OPINIONS
may that it would change. A CARGO of 1,100 puncheons for. Paramaribo, Dutch Guiana, e tr | ° Monday night
; and 1,500 cartons of and on November 15 he left Pa ‘ m rowd gathered
i ae Akenciay | Of mo s and 1,500 cartons of and on Vover t i ,
} wi oe a? ni ‘ ‘8“!rum for St. John, New Bruns- maribo for Dakar where he con- t ew the “Open Se n” wi
pon has a - sad ee oes wick, and Halifax was loaded: on tinued his journey by P.A.A. to ; thoroughly interesting fur
has greatly Ooh ease a san the “Lady Nelson” yesterday. Liberia, West Africa, Belgian i : oO ro ate . The Chairman of the Synod
; rer eS p ae = The “Nelson” has returned from Congo and then to Johannesburg Mr. T. B. HULL Rev, S. N. Hawthorn, pres
iv 10us S an Tttint ra Ras): trian’ ohh ata where he arrive the evening gee! he . . of burse, anc »xpli
Wm half of these attend regular | British Guiana via Trinidad, “ re he : arrived on the evening der and lightning the worst NINE WIGS were admittéed| os oS wy ned ‘ |
} }Grenada and St. Vincent. It of November 16. From there he storm of its kind for 60 years to Probate, and one peti ; Was customary to invite the We |
ngs | . : « 5 at a iad rent t -retoriz 2 r » Cnwe ye : = years é » @ one petition for | jeway 1embers: an there ia
tecent meeting Officers for | brought 92 landing passengers, 80 Went to Pretoria, seat of the Gov- was shared with the inhabitants | Letters of Administration w a members: and others inte |
e intransit passengers, 68 bags of rnment, and then to Salisbury, {of Pretor ; ; : 2 : : . to one of the meeting :
rent year we elected. TREN PERC ORS Emae - de | Bulawayo shd: Victoria Palle ic } of retoria where Mr. Winston | granted by His Honour the Chi | Synod, and to tell then
orion Roach was appointed | Mail, a horse, two dogs and a little Bhuttern Rhodesia a Pais | Churchill was at one time during | Judge, Sir Allan Colly more, at ing of thewe Fi dinar
J i caeell ‘ sia. the ) my F , J | thi f th yo weing carri
Mr. Noel Seale, Secre- | general cargo. | the Boer War kept prisoner and yesterday's sitting of the Court} on in parts of the District,

f D. Croney, | About 9,30 o’clock tonight th 1,000-Mile Trip | making his escape had left a let- | of Ordinary lt


























































tways are their high’y Macpherson and his two sons Ver- |

tens tacit ee ema ort : ee ° Roe tea nS ty the ideas and principles by |
Goulbourne “Nelson” is expected to sail for He later returned from Bula- | ter of thanks for the kind treat- The petition was that of Clar-| jt js taginétined “This is |

and Mr. S. Canada via_ British Northern wayo to Johannesburg where he | ment accorded him, and had also| issn Fedora Gollop of Be the “Open Session” _
it Secretary. Islands and Bermuda. Launches spent many days before leaving | stated that he hoped for a better | Cane Vale, Christ Church, seek-| : eS |
Association hold their meet- | to the ship are scheduled to leave ‘or Paarl. He said that the train | understanding between the Boers | ing Letters of Administration to Our New Postmaster
the first Saturday of every |the landing steps of the Baggage journey from Johannesburg to | and the English in the future.” the estate of her brother, Hilton Mr. H. H, Heath, M
find one will be held to- W arehouse at’ p.p:, 6 p.m. and | Paarl is about 1,000 miles. The Mr, Hull said that he had met 1 L. Gollop, late of Christ Church the Savings‘ Bank nes "been tn
£5.00 p.m. at the British |8 p.m. ee : : train passes through The Karoo, mary business people and secured f The Petitioner was represented pointed Colonial cteateeacten a |

Wakefield. Messrs Gardiner Austin & Co.,! which is the centre for the wool|somé very valuable contacts. ( by Mr. G. H. Adams, instructed | succes to Mr H ae | Says Mr. Whale:
iB 4950 Spring Mecting o Ltd. are t gents. industry in the Union and then Fr He took passage from Capetown | by Mr. W. O. O. Haynes of tl LS¢ y peeites : ibs Collymore ;

em50 pris g Meetin of | on enters Cape Province where the | by the My. Hughli on January 6 | firm of iaynes & Griffith ; ree re ps r ee Seaton one | “IT’S THE STUFF

dos Turf Club was fixed famous vineyards are located }and arrived at Port f-Spain Wills admitted t Probate | :. ne his duties on Mond lt @

y the first prize would Kero wae yi He received.a vary -hearty wele.l\Tanuare 9%. 4 7Orsypain on 8. Samiscec 0. 5 robate | is understood that Mr. J, B. Howell TO SPOUT ABOUT!”

seme I He received a very hearty wel- | January 25. He returned to Bar- | were those of Allan Kennett | 4); Tk he 4 : ‘oa | : ee !

but it is four 1 a s : - : oe ; ; a : ar € suis | Chief Clerk in the Colonial See-

i ; a: \ as ; conse from err: ae and | bados last Sunday evening. | Bynoe, late of Christ Church;| retary’s Office will suc aa Mi
eee CCHINg takes A peutic ese Ko had many interesting motor jour- | Lilian E. Clarke, late of St. | wean ee ;
mee More Series. will Ar Fives He re neys to Wellington, Worcester, | | Thomas; Ruth Ann Austin, late | “Piene ntation to Mr. G
. stellenbosc} ay ng ‘Mad pin an yg ‘ sentation to Mr. George .

a Se i easr 912 jg, | Stellenbosch, Robertson, Montagu, | . ‘ St. Lucy: Ebenezer Brath- | . £ Pv
iesent Series on sale, A SHIPMENT of 121,800 U.S Ashton and to popular places | Six Pl i ts i s a , of S ames; re »ph | Chaile a Walters’

Series ahead of the be-j| gallons of kerosene oil arrived in i AAT | DRO WEL antations | waite, late of St. James; Joseph | ailenor |
g 0 February | st year . the island on Thursday night by along Me Sma ewbena oan ‘ ; | Nathaniel Green, Annie Con Mr, W. E. Foster, Commissior |
t a ae eo ature APY a “ berg and Hermanus—two beauti- ance ir lexander Fitz! Ager nie a or |
im A. Lewis, Secretary of {the motor vessel ‘“Rufina”. ful seaside resorts—and Simons | Start Crop tance Kirton, | A exander di Agent, son of Mi Ss. ( ster of |
im, told the “Advocate” This fuel was taken down to, ‘tl al | Z lly Herman Blenman, Harold Bur- | DaCosta & Co., Limited. on rrival
" . . ae w the nave se uver é F ine iriar *orbi oO ere > f y : ‘

@ that he expects to sell Spring Garden, Black Rock, early Sl F aoe . oa itually The crop has started with } nett and Miriam Corbin, late of | here yesterday by the SS. Ca-

te si t . » returned t apetov | ee . _ ichae , i . Sein ho ;

mmore Series yesterday to be discharged into At Capetown he went on a| Whitl of activity. On Wednesday| St Michael. | Radian paste r, presented to Mr. @/ Toffee
Prize for the 1949]tanks. Of the supply which ar- ea creas tudyy te the top of Table | Morning for the first time of the [eintote paleo a Letterwooa - |

pmecting wes $17,204 and|riv 25 7. IS. g: ; are con- mie Ws t sos $ seas a oc stab Se Eo suck with a silver mounted head }

4 ig 1a and | rived, 85,700 U.S. gallons are con M. tains. He said ths aaa eason, a convoy of trucks roar-| ‘ j * a

Were sold, Vataer { 7 eh es &i- ountains. He sald that on reacn- . iow a - ; : ; | ° | The stick which is ef a ° . |
Co, Ltd. a 36.100 Us ee ing the summit he was delighted | tien ho tee ao a ree) Sugar Boilers _ | Mr, George Challenor, 237, The Perfection of Confection
COLLINS of Rock Hall lt M ion G neat Trader Lta ~ | by the magnificq@nt view of Cape- | aa " Th the rear with| bi tas * | 1925”, was rtily contributed to |

pried that h oa wieder ee ees ee pan | town, the outlying suburbs, the bar. ane sugar will be housed} lava dinie obtiac, ees
on peat aa The “Rufina oo. brought a docks and Table Bay | at the Gardiner Austin & Co, Ltd, | Arrive mg es ox Gabtiea ie | MADE IN U.K.
’ Se hee eet 200 U.S. gallons of gasoline te left C oe 1 ae | bond house : ee 8 le instigation of | By |

n ed betwee ‘ ‘ : . ft Capetown by So ’ sugar Dé avs from | the well-k “tems . ee , ‘ ‘ }
Mean between 10.30 Messrs DaCosta & Co. Ltd., get ae € is eS — i ny, an — Altogether six plantations have i NINE sugar pan-boilers fro the well known ‘sportsman Mr. J | WALTERS’ ‘PALM’ TOFFEE LTD. ‘PALM WORKS, |
a nesday and 4.00 a.m. 206,071 U.S. gallons of this item | African Airways for or’ ee Ae started reaping canes. The others British Guiana arrived yesterday | Wood Davis Ex Mayor of George LONDON. w3 |
ioe ond $24 in cash taken. an i Messrs R. M. Jones & Co. Ltd heth, and also, visited Durban: be- ire expect od 5. ate: tale t e| norning by the “Lady Nelson” to | town, and Mr. Foster performed! | . r

RUEBEN, 83 lbs. and | 200 Messrs A. M. « : o“ “| fore returning to Capetown. Seer Ss, MA TNO) ak eminae aatates.in the the. pleasant. date is the presen-!
‘ 29,129 U.S. gallons an et | Month. The plantations are San-| ‘VOrK, at various estates 1 aga ti ct ==aaa
By keete, 89 lbs. fought ~ Local agents of this vessel are | Efficient Service ly Lane. Fai Pie ete, 22%"! island for the present crop tation t
in an 8 round fight at M a rotnes o a Meh ng are | in peter aa ai Boat and | oY bane, Fair Field, Spring Hall, They are Mr. 'R. Welcome: Mr

te CT ” Snea | Messrs DaCosta & Co., Ltd. ee as ‘ ; rain @ Searles, Four Square ¢ ; ney ¢ Rh ey f eee ee
patire Club on Saturday | : csielsbdcobwrebzio lair service, Mr. Hull said that the | z Seiceie ieee en Basil Isaacs and Mr. D. Soodoc.|

ie SI | South African Airways and Rail- luring the at an cae for Carrington Factory; Mr. John
¢ md saw Skeete open noted for , a ;

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( “ys Rueben 8 left eye | efficient service —_ ane ee ore 10n and Roy and Mr. G. Marshall rn e
oe ound ar n he ‘ : . wel Aas au, Ss 2eiIng on ses ¢ i r He | T S L d é A
@ Rueben did a simi-| Ayd Matrimonial ue spoke nighly of the wonder-| ‘he Farm Plantation, St. Geerse | £0 ‘Three Houses and Mr. Harry | O couts an “uiaes
% chi 1 sg > : P. Jagdhar and Mr. Dhanraj fo
10 Skeete's right eye. ful scenery of the Cape Province,| where nine and a quarter acres Oldbury th
same evening Al Young | Y an the ideal situation at the foot of} were burnt. | re i alee
Knock out over Jonsie | Causes fable Mountains, of Capetown, | ‘ d
pa Semi-final bout. | 'and of the largest city in the} ‘ al J es
MICHOLLS of Sea Vicw IN the Court for Divorce an‘) jnion—Johannesburg — with its | amaicanc | ppe u B' :
Lucy, Staped hey | Matrimonial Causes, His Honour aes ik wh ete. a} 3 Jamaicans ‘ Some things you are always on the lookout for:
me Was damaged when he | the Chief Judge, Sir Allan Colly-) «veritable New York”. | Vi sit G a Reduce Fine
hembankment on Mess|â„¢ore, pronounced decree abso-|' He said that everywhere he ISI roves ; @ |
f recently. The front| lute in the suit of W. N. Grannum| went he received unbounded hos- ite three J; 7 vin. | >,rheir Honours Mr. G. L. Tay-
@head lamp of the cycle | (Petitioner) and O. M. Grannum| pitality and had the pleasure of | ae — Jametonen io i oe ae Mr. he 4. as we
hag (Res ident). There vas NO} cts —_ and Mrs of oe o iS arbades | terday varied a decision of Mr ‘-) seme 4. Ken ” . 19 305 * «
derstood t} Nichol a ( : i te 7 ts. — } | Wright ag ao ead | Visited Groves Agricultural} A, W. Harper, Police Magistrat COMPASSES ea. 85e., 97e, & $1.71 SCOUT DIARIES ea. 3le., dle. & 88e.
wing to av vid rik n J 8 Petitioner was represented by| in Barbados. SP ASIDE yesterday. Groves in St | of District “C.” Mr Harper . .
n Mr. W. R. Douglas instructed by “On November 17,” he said, “a pert : eee where the} fined Douglas Millar of Si CUTLERY SETS ea. $1.61 GUIPE DIARIES ea. ......... 38e.
~~ a B.C.L. fixture | Suit decree nisi was pronounced! Pretoria and inflicted much dam- bake. one | wnen he had a nim nee ICKSACKE a: 20 ce mn
Mls Road to-day. Set i n Déceniber 16, 1949. age to wintwhiélds of ifiahy motor oe aaadaiie’, on Me. ¢ “ having need ndooent language 0 RUCKSACKS ea. $8.66 Gene Ge OS. Seer $12.91
fended the season with His Honour pronounced decree] cars, to houses roofed with tiles| “'}son, Mr. C. A. Valentine! a highway. eir Honours reduc
. lnisi in the Suit of L. Gaskin: and to electrical installations.” | 24 Mr. A. W. Campbell ed the fine to lds.
" oe wear will be: D (Petitioner) and OC. Gaskin (Re-| “This experience of hail, thun- | = |
mall, M. Brewster spondent) There was no order | i .
- sinall, 3rewster, | st nt). | ~ 9
mn C. Waithe, J. Hig-| as to costs. HI h POLO PLAYERS, PLANTERS and ail Horsemen — CAVE SHEPHERD " -
Shorey, K, Collymore, | Mr. W. W. Reece K.C. instruct- ressure We have some IRON FRAME SADDLES which were built for the British & CO. ET D.
P P eet), OQ. Alleyne} ed by Messrs Yearwood and Sivas. Sheek: hie. Giten. seer eakbic a |
Bsc gees are A.| Boyes, appeared for the! AUS Men & Women || Sa co ene 2. Sa 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street
a, Iotiti ,ar ro ‘
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Frnrald Villa
4.2.50

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IN| MEMORIAM
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FOR RENT
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: | HOUSES

fa

1, 1950



JUBILER, Gibbs Beech, Phone 95-:



_| FLATS fully
at i
Diet ene linen at Indramer, Worthi
——1
| “FARAWAY”, St.
furnished,

IFIED ADS.|

| GOVERNMENT NOTICES
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furnished with Refrig- |
13.1.50—-tfm,
Philip coast, fully

| Act,
| Act.

| notices indicating —
|

1945 (1945-27)

convenient times.
2.



- ee fe ps Garages, Ser: {
| nree yews have | | Bathi > vant Roos,
deat sad hour, roice | Per ‘month "Phorm ig Mareh Let.” $56 teat ik
since oompet sound, and the voice | - Phone 4476, Applications are invited for
¥ shall be no more, “NEWHAVEN $.1-50—t.f.n.| Inspectors of Plant Diseases
une th lay low, "Crane Coast »| Agricultur
Me tore the throne 0!) furnished, Garages, Servant a 8 me
ft le Seiber* June, Neng bea =. sends March
ney; _ Sener ‘5 ; 3 $60.
Louise, Freddie.) Month. Phone 4476, 0.1 50. aden,






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~ One es, Dia! 308%
cmpnaition and good tS

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hall ew Tyres. Going as} _ BU d : furnished from 15t)
Two re Dial 2498 February. Facing Garrison Savannah
oe ae $375 4.2.50—2n Can be seen by appointment. Phorie 3957
| between the hours of 11 and 1 o'clock
= 11) Hillman 10 h.p. Good | any day 4.2.50—2n
y Battery oe a ome .
condition. A M. Waits,| DONNIE DUNDEE, St. Lawrence Gap,
Te. Apply 5. | fully furnished except Linens From
St. Phone $.2.59—2n April, May and June Apply E. (. Boyce
| Dundee, St. Lawrence. Dial 8240
struck, 1 Dodge 7 4,2.50—t.f.n
and 1 Morris ~
4 10 hip, and 1 Me UPSTAIRS PREMISES — 2nd plo.
Marshall & Edwards, |) 'No. 6 Swan Street, very apactous an
A pany: Suitable for offices, light factors
-5 passenger saloon | and many uses. Apply: Thani P
Semniae-—S paskenser Nee | Phone sey, 7 50—t,°
( mechanical condition a8, e j 4.2.50—t. .

Dial















Be, courtesy, Garage 31.1.50—6n

} _ ——>-

i . Excellent condi-

or Meavest offer, Insall

#1400 oF 27.1.50-—5n.
#106.

very good condi-

Gpel Saloon i overhauled and

recent Ps
i be seer
oe isck Mcnday to Friday.

29,.1.50—4n.
& Co., Ltd, 2

IECTRICAL
AL ACCESSORIES — Hot

and double, Food warmers,
aaa. and shades, COURTESY

f. Dial 4391. 31,1,50—6n

Onan Petrol—Electric Gen-

: Tole & Co
12 Volt, 400 Watts, mi ie 5



/

— Large assoriment of
niture, comprising o
sad Berch chairs, sideboards,

tresses and_be all at rea-

rice. Cali Ralph A. Beard,

Hardwood Alley, open}

$a.m. to 12 noon. Fr












29,.1.50—3n

B; Bedstead complete, Din-
a ons 6 Chairs, all in solid
y. Phone 4272.2

4.2,.50-—2r

VESTOCK

WT; One Saanen-Alpine Goat, just

4 fresh in milk. Mrs. H. D Cole.
% mn

ee Mawel 3.2.50—4n

aehiimmpeneeicaan

OCK: 1 Young half-bred Hiol- |

: Calf Dam; Guernsey Cow
fe pints Milk, Sire: Joe Seith’s



d Prize Holstein Bull, Apply to
f. Clarke, “Ivy Lodge’’, Ivy R sad,
ichael. 4,.2.60—2n

ICAL

& ACCESSORIES—Hercules
ips Ladies, Gents and Youths—

4.2 os ay HOUSE—fully furnish

mechan-! Beach.



| at Garden, St.

j uffice of the

| electricity, water, on the sea, own pr

Gardens,

Bay
June,

Street,
Phone

| ESPERANZA:

| plete with Frigidaire,
Eridgetown, and on the lovely st

Apply to Mrs. J.
Lone Star Garage, Mt.

James or Phone 91-33 Cancltaas,

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GALOW fully



to town
dressing rooms, dining room,
verandahs. Modern toilet and
facilities Beautiful furniture ete
Available for 8 months from April ist
DIXON & BLADON, Resa! Estate Agents



etween one! Auctioneers and Surveyors, Plantation

Building, Phone 4640,

PURL



¢ SALES

REAL ESTATE
ED
HOUSE: One (1) Newly constructed
18 x 10 x 9. Apply Li. A, M Watts,
James Street, Phone 4523
3.2.50—2n |
COVE SPRING HOUSE —

A modern
two haths




Rungalow, four bedrooms,

bathing beach,

1% acres of land \ -
table Garden, 8 My

miles from Bridgetown
James. Enquiry Sandy-
fields St. Peter. Phone 91-50 or at the
premises Garden, St. James.

20.1..0—1hn,

“MELROSE” — COLLYMORE ROCK,
standing on 12,800 square feet of land.
The house contains, Drawing. Dining
Room closed and open Verandahs, four

| b’drooms, one with running water and

the usual offices. Kitchen and Pantry
with built in Cupboards. Also a de-
tached room with built in

suitable for a Doctor's consulting room.
Laundry room with built in Tub and
running water. Two servants rooms wiih
W.C. and Shower Bath. Two Garages.
Electric Light throughaut.
Inspection Monday to

Saturday by

The above residence will be offered
for sale at public competition at the

undersigned on Friday 10th
February 1950 at 2 p.m. r

CARRINGTON & SEALY. .. .
25.1.50—9n
——
BY public competition at our Office
James Street on Friday the 10th Feb-
ruary 1950 at 2 p.m. “MALTA” at
Cattlewash Saint Josepn containing 3

; appointment. Telephone No: 3738,













. brake rub Ss
ge. Dial 423
31.1.50—6n



Hercules Silver Kink, on
in green and in black
Ltd, Piel 4476.

18.11, 49-—t.f.n.

Fis,






Corona Portable
accepted
4.2.50—In

4523.
CELLANEOUS |

and

One
Reasonable offer

Bialadein



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BUALITY KHAKI 72c. & @4c

Royal Store
3.2.50—l4n
B & and 9% cents Royal
3.2.50—14n

from $3.96 |
3.2,50—14n
from
3,2.50—J4n

MEN'S SHOES




BOYS Py JAMAS

SHIRTS

“ Roys tay
a play. Royal Store. Phone
b 3.2.50—14n

SPORT &
& Retail

DRESS SHIRTS |
Royal Store
%,2.50—ld4n
ASBESTOS SHEETS in 6, 7
ft, lengths. ore w s Washers
Everite Ridge Caps A. &
1td., Coleridge Street Dial 4100

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DOM FROM FIRE—Instal a Fire-
Safe with doors secuxed by;
on lock: Suitable for office or
ire your records. Contact
IDEN & SONS (B'dos) Ltd.

Tue,, Fri., Sun., — t.f.n

WANIZED SHEETS—Best Grade.
dS. sheets, from $2.08 and $2.64
Whey last. A, BARNES & Co.. Lid

476, 13.1,50—t.f.n

Truck and Car Tyres 750
X20; 30 x 5, 600 x 16; 500 x 16
MB; 400 x 18; 450 x 17: 500 x 19,
B Auto Tyre Co. Trafalgar St
20.1,59—t.f.n



Nv BRICKS
der hundred

Tyre
St,

Apply Auto
Phone 2696
31.1.50—t.f.n

Galvanised pipe. All sorts
fh. to 1% ins. 5 |

ma & co ta ins. Phone 4684
; 3.12.49—t.£.n.






Primus type pump
rage 4391.

ROSE. in. 6/8 in. and
‘q 2 2 nn. @ in am
Special low prices. Dial 4391

arage 31.1.50—6n

fy EQUIPMENT—EPCO Trolley
mt 11% to 10 tons), Blow-Torches
. Pliers, screwdrivers, open
ket wrenches. Dial 4391
e 31.1,50—6n





Valor Ovens sin
8 single and double
H boil: stoves. G. W

‘a ling
Pm & Co. Ltd. Dial 4222.
4.2.50.

SNG CART in A<1 condition
Bble terms. A. Williams
» St. George.

4.2.50—2n,

Chamois
and Polishes
English C

31.1.50





Sn

ACCESSORIES
cloths, Was
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Lisbon Yams, Price $3.00 per
fred. Apply Manager, Neils,
4.2. 50—On |

0

RAL FORKS
hoe @ach Buy your re-

G r nsor

Dial 4209 W. Hutchinson,

2.59—8n



|



spare parts} Cum Dividend

hedrooms, The dwelling house is fully
furnished. Water & electric service tn-
stalled. Inspection on application to
the premises. “Por further particulars
apply to HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD.

31.1.50—10n



LAND: One Acre, 14 perches of Arable
Land at Sugar Hill St. Joseph, contain-
ing cocoanuts, breadfruit, pear, apple
and grape-fruit trees adjoining the Pub-
lic road water and Electricity available,
for further pa apply to O. A.
Shorey C/o th etto, 1.2.50—2n
a eee

20 Barbados Shipping & Trading Shares
The kbove will be set
up for Sale by public competition at
our office, James Street, Bridgetown, on




Wednesday 8th February at 2 p.n

G, L. W, CLARKE & Co.,
Solicitors.
4.2.50—4n
LAND: 93,877 square feet land at Tor
Rock Hill, Christ Church, cotmnatding

a beautiful view of the sea coast from |

the Lighthouse to Rockley. Apply R. S
Nicholls & Co. Roebuck St. Bridgmtown
Selicitor 4.2.50-"6n



COTTAGE: “Somerset” Upper Belmont
Road, 2 bedrooms, Kitehén, Dining Room
pen Verandah, Bath and Toilet, Gas
installed; Electric Light, etc.
on 4,836 sq. ft. of land.



Phone 4523



LAND: % acre of Land in Fairfiel
Land, Tudor Bridge Gap. Fine look ou
and marlhole. Apply H. er". al





LOST & FOUND

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LOST

EARRING—Reward offered for
of long cut Steel Earring. in + f
Yueht Club and Crane. Phone
2.2.50—t.f.n.

rect



In good condition PAYING GUEST:

A limited! Evelyn,

| day
| and address and particulars of his claim

SWEEPSTAKE TICKET—Series C.1871
.»inder Please return same to Mitchel
Phillips of Pie Corner, St. Lucy

4.2.50—2n





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HELP

In a quiet, private



home, one or two paying Guest. Rates
Moderate. Dial 3356. 2.2.50—t.f.n,
MISCELLANEOUS



WANTED TO BUY
USED POSTAGE STAMPS of the
British West Indies. At the Caribbean

— Dial} Stamp Society, 3rd Floor, No. 10 Swan
31.1.50—6n | Street.

29.1,50—4n



WANTED TO RENT
A COTTAGE 3 to 6 miles from Bridge
tewn with approximately % acre land
end containing 3 bedrooms, electric light,
water and servants’ ee oe a”
r Write Z. c/o voca\ as
ee or 2.2-50—3n

PUBLIC NOTICES







NOTICE

BARBADOS, ‘
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL
Original (Equitable) Jurisdiction
between ,
CORA EVELYN .......+. «++ Plaintil®

an

EDITH MONTREL EVELYN—Detendan'

By ar. Order dated the 3rd day of
August 1949, I hereby give notice that
this Court has ordered that an inquiry
and .aking of accounts shall be made
of tne Estate of Beresford Nathanie!
Deceased, to ascertain the
Assets of the said Estate and to
distribute it among the persons entitled
and I heret + give notice to all Creditors
and other persons having any claim:

i upon or interests in the distMbution of
ae the Assets of the said Estate to send ir

© me on or before Wednesday the 8th

of February 1950, each his nam¢






or interest and a statement of his
nccount and the Security (if any) held
by him
“And I further hereby give notice tha
Wednesday the 15 jay of Feb ry
1950, at 10 * the Tow ha
been the time and piace fi Jor
adjudi ng the said claims.
Dated this 12th day of January 1950
I. V. GILKES,
Ag. Clerk, A.C.A
14.1, 50—3n

Fully f hi 3

rooms, drawing room, Kitchen ie pe
miles from
James
A. Reid



Standing ,

4,2,50—In |
'

ed at Woodside
Mid-February to

~
-| LARGE COUNTRY RESIDENCE stand-
ing in well kept private grounds close
| 3 large double bedrooms; 2
lounges,
cooking

3.2.50,—'»

cupboards | the 9th, 10th, 11th, 13th, 14th,



month.

February, 1950.

(1) the time of closing on the early
(2) that seats are provided for use by shop assistants

The salaries of the posts, which are temporary,
and terminable at one month’s notice on either side, are $64.00 a

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE





(2)

closing day, and

Pro forma copies of these notices are printed, both notices |

on one piece of card 7” x 12” and are available at the Advocate
Company Limited for purchase at the cost of 1/

- each.

-

appointment to the posts of Sub-
in the Department of Science and

Applications, stating age, educational qualifications and experi-
2199, 1.2.50—3n] ence, to gether with COPIES of testimonials, should be addressed to
the Director of Agriculture, and will

25.1.50.—2n.



DEPARTMENT

OF EDUCATION

Vacancies in the Elementary Teaching Service



APPLICATIONS are invited from teachers with ai least .(

years teaching experience for
schools: —

the Headships of the following

St. Silas’ Girls’ School, St. James’—Grade I.

St. Clement’s Boys’ School, St.

2.

Lucy—Grade I

The minimum professional qualification required is the Cer-

tificate A of the Department or exemption therefrom.

3.

Salary will be in accordance with Government Seales for

Head Teachers in Elementary Schools.

| 4. Candidates should make application on the appropriate
form which may be obtained from the Department of Education. All



Wednesday, 15th February, 1950.
3lst January, 1950.

applications must be in the hands of the Director of Education by

| POLICE TRAFFIC REGULATIONS
SS |

BARBADOS-BRITISH GUIANA CRICKET MATCHES
AT KENSINGTON OVAL



The following Rules for the Control of Traffic between the hours

e] 10 am. and 7 p.m, on the days on which Cricket Matches will be

played at Kensington Cricket Grounds are published for general in-

formation,

P. F. CAMPBELL,
Acting Colonial Secretary.

POLICE TRAFFIC RULES

Barbados-British Guiana Cricket Matches at Kensington Oval on

of February, 1950.

16th, 17th, 18th, 20th, and 2lst days

RULES made by the Governor-in-Executive Committee under
Section 37 (2) of the Police Act, 1908, for the regulation of
traffic between the hours of 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. on the days
on which Cricket Matches against British Guiana will be
played at Kensington Oval.

In these Rules—

“vehicle” includes carriages, wagons, carts, motor vehicles,
bicycles, tricycles, vans, handcarts, trucks, barrows and all
other machines for the portage of goods or persons.

2.
between the hours of 10 a.m. and
Lakes Folly and Fontabelle Road
line down Fontabelle Road.

8.

All vehicles proceeding in the direction of Kensington Oval

5 p.m. shall, approach by way of
only and shall proceed in single

Between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. no vehicle shall pro-

ceed on Fontabelle Road in the direction of Lakes Folly, except the

motor buses on Route No, 25.

4. Between the hours of 10 am. and 5 p.m, no vehicle shall
enter Kensington Gap from Westbury Road.

5. Between the hours of 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. no vehicle shall be
parked in Fontabelle Road from the junction of Lakes Folly to the

junction of Westbury New Road.

6. After 5 p.m. all vehicles leaving Kensington Oval shall do

so by way of Fontabelle Road.

7, Between the hours of 5 p.m. and 6.30 p.m. no vehicle shall |
enter Fontabelle Road from the direction of Lakes Folly except motor-



buses on route No, 25 and all vehicles approaching Kensington Oval
shall do so from the direction of Westbury Road.

8.
ber of the Police Force.

Drivers of vehicles shall obey all orders given by any mem-

Made by the Governor-in-Executive Committee this 26th day of

January, 1950.



Publie Notices=Contd





NOTICE

TEACHERS are notified that thp Junior
Section work of the Arts anu Craft:
Exhibition at Queen's Park may be
collected on Saturday the 4th during
the late afternoon hours, Prizes will
also be paid then. Any work ‘or priz:
left after mid-day, Monday 6th can be
collected at the Agriqultural Society
Lucas Street. 3.2.50—2n



NOVICE

PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH
Applications, accompanied by Baptisma

Certificates, will be received at m:
office up to 3 p.m. on Friday, 10t!
February, 1950, for one or more vacer

Vestry Exhibitions, tenable at the boys
Foundation School.

Candidates must be children o
parishioners ‘n_ straitened cire
stances, and must be between the agc

of 10 years 6 months and 12 years on th
date of the examination.

Candidates must present thomselves t
the Headmaster of the bays’ Foundatior
Sehool on Friday 17th February at 9.<
a.m. for examination.

Application forms be obtaine.
from my office.

can

WOOD GODDARD,
Parochial Treasurer,
Christ Church
3.2.50—5n



THE application of Alma Editha Lerrie:
of irtons, . Philip, for permission
to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at
wall shop at Kirton’s St. Philip :

Dated this 3rd day of February 19
To: A.W. ee *
Ag. Police Magistrate, et. “C

F. A. KNIGHT,
for Applicant

N.B.—This application will be consid-
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, Dist. “C", on Wednesday
the 15th day of February 1950 at :

clock a.m.
mere A.W HARPER.
Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. *
. 4.2.50—1n





LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Stephenson Ward
trading as Stephen Ward & Co. o
Hindsbury Road, St. Michael, for per-
mission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c
at top and bottom floors of a 2-store
wall building at No.
City
To H. A. TALMA, Esq.,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”

Signed STEPHEN WARD

4% Jame Stree

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE



Applicagt
B application will be consi |
ered a Licensing Court to be
t Police ¢ Strict ‘A’, on Monda*
the 13th day of February 1950 at 11!
o'clock a
H. A. TALMA, |
Police Magistrate, Dit. “A |
4.2.8—In |

E. L. WALCOTT,
Clerk, Executive Committee.
4.2.50.2n.

\
By Command, |



OFFICIAL NOTICE

BARBADOs.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
APPEAL '
(Equitable Jurisdiction)

WINSTON IRVINE GRIFFITH Plaintiff

REGINALD ELEAZER EASTMOND
—Defendant
IN pursuance of an Order in this Cour:
in the above action made on the 30th |
day of January 1950, 1 give notice to «|: |
persons having any estate, right or
interest in or any lien or incumbranc
eine alt that certain pre or parcel
° situati® at Hastings ih the Pari’
of Christ Church and Island aforesaid |
containmg by a ent ‘wo
thousand nine hundred and ninety two
square feet of thereabouts abutting on:
bounding on lands of Miss G. Morriroâ„¢
on lands of Miss Ursula Griffith on a
read in coi and on the public roan



or however Same my abut anc
bound to bring je a aoe |
of their said claims with their witneecs
documents and vouthers, to be examined |
by me on any Tii@sday, or Friday be-
tween the hours of 12 (noon) » |
3 o'clock in m, at the Offic |
of the Clerk the Assistant Qourt o
Appeal at the rt House Bri:¢getow ,
before the 1 day of April 10%), i>
order that claims may be ranked °
according to nature and prior! ,
thereof respectively; otherwise such.
persons will be precluded from th«/|
benefit of said Decree, and he
deprived of claim on or against the |
said property, :
imants e also notified thee the’
must attend said Court on Wednesday

the 12th day Of April 1960, at 10 o'r'r *
ai when their said claims will be
nr ed.
iven under my hand this 20th day
of January 1950, i
I. Vv. GILKFs
Ag. Cler? the Assistant Court
of Appeal.
4.2.50—3n

_——- ——

OFFICIAL SALE

SAN THE ASSISTAN
E ASS COURT OF '
APPRAL



(Equitable Jurisdiction) :
WINSTON INE —Piainti?
REGINALD EASTMOND

-—Defender'

NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue
of an Order of the Assistant Court of
Appeal dated the 30th day of January
1950, there will be set up for sale to the j
highest bidder at the Office of the C!-*"- |
of the Assistant Court of
Court House, Brid, be
hours of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the
afternoon on Friday the 4th day o*
April 1950, all that certain piece or parce)
of land situate at Hastings in the Peri”:
of Christ Church and Island a
containing Mimeasurement two
thousand nfne hin and nitty two
sqaure feet or thereabouts abu'! na >“
bounding on lantls of Miss G. Morrison





on lands of Miss Ursula Griffth on
rearl in common and on the public ro»
| or however else the same may “ut »n¢
bound amd if not then sold “iw vid
| property will be set up for sale an every

weceeding Friday b@tween the sme
hours until the same is sold for a sun
not less than £300, 0. 0

Dated this 30th dav of Janinry 1950

Il. V. GILKEs,
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court
of Appes!
4.2.50—In



(b) of the Shops

and to the First and Second Schedules of that

Under these provisions every employer is required to affix

at}

non-pensionable






be accepted up to Friday, 10th






!
j

IN PORT: Schooner Molly N. Jones,

Sth. he
weit
smth.

. Breeden
Phil ; Hn 'Dev A. -9
: vi
ALS

Schoon
Fleary, Sch.
Laudalpha, Sch,

-V. ys Capt.
Lonsdale, from ee Agents: ‘

Schooner Felicia a 55 t net,
Cape. J . from itich ‘
Agents: er Gwners’ Aregtiation

M.V erwood, O44 tons net, Capt
Archi from St. Lawia; Agents

Schooner Owners’ Association.
S.S. Lady Nelson, 4,655 tons net, Capt.
Roach, from St. Vincent; Agents: Gar-
diner Austin & C®., Ltd. .
Arriving by this vessel from Britis)
Guiana were:—Mr. W. P. Archer, Mr

CABLE and Wireless (W.t) tte
advise that they can now communicate
with the following ships through the
Barbados Coast Station :—

S.S. Auricula, S.S. Golfito, S.S. Ar
gentina, SS. Lady Nelson, S.S. | eri
S.T. Demosthenes, S.S. Alberto Fassio
SiS. Latirus, S.S. Argentina, $.S. 8
tish Energy, S.S, Alcoa Potr
Gascogne, S.S. Gastor, S.S._ Planter,
S.S. Italia, S.S. Tapti, SS. Stilverteak,



ARRIVALS —
From TYinidad;

ries Paterson, Marian Paterson,
Clifford James, Warren Bennett, Elvin
Prince, Fitz Hurris, Alfred Boyce, Erskin
Bovell, Ralph Thompson, Anderson
Nurse, Glen Roberts, Joseph Shilling-
‘ord, Dun Maddox, Marjorie Maddox,
Dare, Elizabeth Coxe, George
Coxe, Freeman Pascall, Lucas Mueller,
Mervyn Gill, Charles Panahoo,
Springer, James Seott, ‘Lenny Lopes,
(amond Joseph, John Keppel, Linton
Cotton, Wilfred Ferreira, Hassim Gatoor,
Joseph Pereira, Lenville Jaqob, Michael

BY B.W.1.A.L

Thomas



MAIL NOTICES

ON Mondays. with effect from Ath
February, air mails for the United King
dom will be closed at the General Post
Office at 11,45 a.m

Air mails for the
will continue to be ciosed at present,
namely on Wednésdays and Saturdays
schedules should be amended according-
y

United Kingdom



MAILS for Trinidad by S.S. Golfito
will be closed at the General Post Office
as under:-

Parcel Mail, Registered Mail, and Oy
dinary Mail at 10.15 a.m. on the 4 Feb-
uary 1950,

a

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of VIOLET ROAC
holder of Liquor Litense No. 274 of 195:
eranted to her in respect of a board and
shingle shop with shed roof attachec
at Prout Hill St, Thomas, for permis-







sion to use said Liquor License at »1
wall shop at Hothersal Turning, St
Michael

Dated this 3rd day of February 1950
To:— B. A. McLEOD,
Police Magistrate, Dist ‘A’
Signed IONE SEALY,
for Applicant
N.B.—This application will be con-

sidered at a Licensing Court to ad
at PB iJ ‘A, y
he © a ig at at 1
»'clock, a.m, "
E. A. McLEOD,
Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘A’














BY?)

For Particulars See .. .

. Booking Office:
(Registered

Lower Broad Street,
PHONES:



ha re

In Carlisle Bay

Mrs
clorney. Me. 1. P
From Trinidad:

L,

Ore dace
7 le




it
iy



glow:

ih



S.5. Gulfeoast:



J. Odond, Maste
Heron,

Mrs. J
Stack, Mrs

Webster, Mrs. Webster,
Edwards, Miss M. HMombersiey.

Mr. T. Heslop.
Akow, Miss J

Sir I Southorn, Led

wie

Woolt
. @
8



IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION

8.8. Ch

SE cere

Stavk

», Mrs.
P. Alkow,

. A, Jordon
D. Haneschel!
5 B
‘ pro, Mr. C





PAGE SEVEN

BISHOP'S HIGH SCHOOL
TOBAGO

Applications are invited for :—

(a) Classical Master (preferably honours degree) capable al
teaching Latin and English to Higher Certificate standara.

(b) Seience Master capable of teaching Chemistry, Physivs anc
Biology up to Higher Certificate standard.

Salary in each case

$2,160 — $2,880 per annum.

*» | Apply to Archdeacon F. J. STREETLY, B.A., Scarborough, Tobago.

27.1.50—12n.

ie ane
Sa ae LINE)
i) The M.V. DABRWOOD wil wa: ANE), aati th

eecept Cargo and Passengers for







>









Agents: Trinidad.

St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenad sail from Pas January 4th =
Aruba, sailing Saturday 4th sore at about February
Srhooner tons net, Capt ruary .
we Rasen, Bases M.S.“KAIPAKI" is scheduled to. sail
* Agsociation The Schooner RHODA L, i! from Port Pirie January 7th, Burnin
accept Cargo and Passenger January 10th, Beauty Point January
Trinidad, sailing ze | 13th, Melbourne January 28th,
February | February 8th, arriving at
Z > ‘it . about 10th March.
S.S. Henri Story, § The Sch. “LAUDALP:"A will Il” phese vessels have ample space for
lenger, S.S. Alcoa Corse accept Cargo and Passeng " | Chilled, Hard Frozen and General Cargo.
S.S. Bullaren Queen Denn St. Lucia, sailing Saturday 4th | Cargo accepted on Through Bilis of
5.8. Flizabeth: S.S. Raflty: SS Pp February wading with transhipment at Trinidad
mar; S.S. Alcoa Pilgrim: SS, Poin - Wh for British Guiana, Barbados, Windward
Aroni: S.S. Dalfonn: s.S Mereate B.W.f _ghCHOONER OWN? { and Leeward Islands.
S.S. Helena; S.S. Powe! River m,, SSSOCIATION (INC.) } For further particulars apply;—
Miraida: S.S. Dolly Madison: SS Tel, 4047. 2nd February 1950 |}; FURNESS WITHY & Co. LTD
Trader: S. Nueva Esparta: SS
|

Southern Countries



“ ATHEL RUBY” TAKES

MORE MOLASSES

DA COSTA & Co. LTD.,
Agents: Barbados.

HARRISON LINE

OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM


































Alexander, Victor Ramsumar War
Pasi. mune phe 7 . —
ARTURE Y BW \
Por Trinidad Vessel, From Leaves Barbados.,
Mn. Robert Hoffman, Mrs. Winilr«

Hill, Mr. Gordon Scarlett, Mrs as
MeDermind, Mrs. Margaret Storms, }
Frank ‘Storms, NO. Jullus Gibbs, ™ 3.8. “QUEEN ADELAIDE”. London 19th Jan. 4th Feb.
Marke “Saingee ba “8 Maingot Mt 3S. “DALESMAN” .. London 21st Jan. 4th Feb,
John Veire, Matr, Tom Maingot, "Mi 3. “CRAFTSMAN” Glasgow 28th Jan, 12th Feb
John Veira, Mstr, Tom Maingot, Mis | >S. “CR¢é s tlasg \ E
Jour Maingot. Mr John Featinecn, M ‘THIRLBY” . Liverpool 28th Jan. 12th Feb.
Eric Branker, Mr. Harrington Sebrigh “CUSTODIAN” . London Ist Feb. 21st Feb.
Mrs. Heien Potter, Mr. Roy Hoyte, Mr
— HOMEWARD FOR UNITED KINGDOM,

Spe oreo Vessel. For Closes in Barbados

S

S, “PHILOSOPHER” London 12th Feby,

For further information apply to





A LOAD of vacuum pi
molasses for Trinidad was Lei DA CUSTA & CO., LTD -Agents.
taken here yesterday by 312-t
tanker “Athel Ruby.”
The “Athe] Ruby” is expect
to leave for Trinidad this ev .
ning. Recently, it has been mal
ing a weekly trip here fbooun Steamship Co.
molasses.
Messrs. H. Jason Jones & ( Qne.

Ltd., are the agents.

CASTOR OIL

\ Castor Oil is widely usea vue thy

ber=informed People use Alienburys
PURE.

it's ABSOLUTELY
wmaimebls from al) Chemists, Stren, ste,

a Pw

Hanburys Ltd.






TSH

WEST fDik ¥ AIRWA

for

AIR TRAVEL

Reservations on all Air Lines
at No Exira Cost

Leave BARBADOS by ..:

BRITISH
WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS

LIMITED;

in Trinidad)
Bridgetown,
4585 & 2789.



Menufactured and guaranteed by Ali

London, B.2,

and make your connection

at
TRINIDAD or ANTIGUA

Barbados.



CANADIAN S8ERVIOR

















SOUTRBOUND
Name of ship



pent pizcivge
. * jalifax rhados
S.S. “ALCOA PATRIOT” January 23rd. February 3rd.
S.S. “ALCOA PEGASUS” February 6th February 17th
Sailing every two weeks,
NEW YORK SERVICE
Sails Arrives
: New York Barbados
$.S BYSFJORD February 24th Marvh 5th
c J. “THULIN” February ord February llth,
NEW ORLFANS SERVICE
Sails Arrives
ae New Orieans Barbados
S.S. “ALCOA ROAMER” Jatiuary 25th February 7th,
5.8. “ALCOA RUNNER" February 8th

February 20th.

Apply: DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—Canadian Service
ROBERT THOM LTD.-—New York and Gulf Service





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IT 1S GOOD VALUE | !

SILMYRA CREPE DE CHINE
iv White, Gold, Pink and Blue at $1.35 per yd.

SPUN, RAYON in White, Gold, Green & Brown at 99e. per yd, 1
SPUN LINEN in White, Grey, Gold & Rose at $1.20 per yd
Crease Resisting and Shrunk Proof {

BROADWAY DRESS SHOP.

NOTICE

THE SANITARY LAUNDRY C0.
i,

would like to advise their
Customers that the Plant
has. been reorganised and
the management changed.

SSS
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We hope that this will give

you better Service and that

you will favour us with
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PAGE EIGHT

RAINS WASH OUT
PLAY IN TRINIDAD

(By 0. S. COPPIN) .
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Feb. 3.

Rains last night and t

Queen’s Park Oval making play 1
five-day final

day of the scheduled

Test.
li
unless exceptional

C’wealth XI May
Tour India In ‘51

is Goublilul







John

Goddard }
Captain and co-opted selector lefi |
rere today for Barbados in prep- |

aration for
tour commencing February 9.

At
pay in this game Trinidad ha: {

the end

West

the Barbados—B.G. !

of the first

1p to mid-day to-day, drenched |
impossible on the second |
Jamaica—Trinidad |

about the start of play early to-morrow |;
ly good weather prevails.

Indies

day’

BOMBAY, Feb. 3, i }

Another Commonwealth Cricket} scored 233 for the loss of fou
team may tour India next season,) W ickets Out of this Trestrai
if i are unable to send was 86 not out, Asgarali 77
a represe ve team Canteaume 34, Gomez 20 not out



The New Zealand Cricket Coun-



cil are understood to have inform-
ed the India Cricket Board of
Control that for health and
business rea:ons most of the play-
ers who ioured England last
summer ill be unable to leave



the country for a tour of India.
To fill this void, the India Board
contemplate inviting another un-
official Commonwealth team, ano
will make their final decision at)
February 22 i



a mee y on “-
Madra
Game Drawn
Commonwealth cricketers are\
their two days mate



Indian School XI here



with the score showing schéc
918 and 109 for 6 (Ut ar 61
and the Commonwealth 404 for 4
declared Livingston 184, Place 65,!

Langdon 54, Lambert 52).
—Reuter.

Will Play |

To-morrow |


















MANILA, PHILIPPINES
Feb. 3, |
n quarter-final matches of the
Philippine Men’s Doubles lawn |
tenn 5 championships to-day |
Sumant Mis » bose of |}
India. Masip, Spain Hi Weiss,
Argentine, Ammgon and
mone Philippir o!
and ill play in the mi-fi
to-mort —Reuter. it
St. Kitts And Antigua |
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pacers for a photograph with Joey

knock-out.



Court to a rendering of “I’m

And after the first round, with
the exception of momentary
flashes of the old “devil” in th<
stages, Freddie certainly
the same man we hiavt
seen in a dozen hard batties

Freddie, it must be admitted, i
getting a littie beyond it, Even i
he had beaten Maxim, as indevc
seemed likely in the first minute
1 two, he would have been finish-
d as a world champion. It would
be s well if he accepted the
dvice of his manager, Ted Broad-
and retired from the ring
doesn't, he might get himself
really hurt, and that would be a

ippointing way for such a
popular fighter to go out.

It not a bit of good indulging

recriminations. Freddie had
i hard and, at 30, was in
condition. But Maxim
is just too good. He proved not
that he could absorb
most lethal punches
flinch but could
“old one-two” with
‘ effect. In fact, he
ocked out Mills far more crisply
than anybody else has ever man-
i to do. In previous fights that
ave ended with Mills on the
vas he has been battered down

than cut down

} Credit

But my theory is that, good as
Maxim was (and is), it wasn’t he
al who beat Mills. A large

of the credit for that
go, in my opinion, t
Woodcock.
When I in the ringside at
City Stadium last Septem-
be i saw Mills kneeling on the
canvas with one hand clasping
his ear, while the referee toiled

t fatal seconds, I though I

man who had had enough

of that fight but of the

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feathers compared with the

e2y right-hand crosses. of
Woodcock, Yet time and again
! Woodcock landed on Mills’s jaw
and each time Freddie sagged at





I

the knees, It wasn’t until the
fourteenth round that he went
down, hurt and exhausted, to

‘ome up fifteen seconds later with
in ugly lump behind his left ear.

The human body can stand just
much and no more,
tiken plenty of punishment in
hs time and bears the marks of

one who hasn’t had it all his own





taken the world light-heavyweight title from him by

HK
Mills has| y
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| FREDDIE MILLS still seems to be wondering what happened as he !Ltd., Y.

Maxim, of America, who had just!

a tenth round



Freddie Mills Went
Down Fighting

By RONALD BOXALL

LONDON (By Mail)

AT least one world champion is in the habit of crooning
a ditty after a bout of fisticuffs.
like singing (with three teeth missing) after relinquishing
his world light-heavyweight crown
he might have treated the 18,000 fans at Earls

Had Freddie Mills felt |
to America’s Joey

not the same old me.”

landed them not infrequently —
were having slightly less than no
effect, he began to slow down. He
appeared to be in trouble in the
fifth round when Maxim pinned
him in a corner and battered him
with rights and lefts to the body
and head, but he weathered this
storm and, like the grand fighter
he is, came back for more.

After this Maxim began to take
over and revealed some of the
science he had been obliged to
forsake in the earlier rounds.
There is no question about
Maxim's boxing ability, but he
can be hit—and hit again. This
would be a more serious fault if
it were not for the fact that he
can take all that comes. He may

even prove to be an outstanding
champion.

The end came suddenly — so
suddenly. in fact, that many

people in the remoter parts of the
large arena were asking, “What
happened?” What happened was
that Maxin> caught Mills with a
beautiful left to the jaw, followed
a split second later by a right to
the same spot. Mills remained on
his feet for a second and then
wilted. At the count of seven he
made a courageous attempt to
‘ise, fell slowly over sideways and
laid still. |
A new world light-heavy weight
champion had been born.





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way. But — again, it’s only my

nion—that Woodcock’s right-
hander last September finished
Mills as a fighting machine, A}
crack on the chin is soon for-'
sotten, but a blow like a sledge

mmer behind the ear might get
the, root of things and do more
rmanent damage

Quick Work
Be that as it may, Freddie knew
when he climbed through the

lh

pes a fortnight ago, he had to |
knock his man out—and do it
uickly. It is a great credit to him

that he nearly succeeded in doing
this in the first round-
juite. For a few rounds it was

Mills attacking and Maxim dodg- |

ing some and taking some.

but not |

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MEXICO CITY, Feb., 3
Argentine’s River Plate team,
which beat Mexico by one goal)

to zero in the soccer match here,
scored in the forty-second minute
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HIS : r |lml Car::i:;. -.': md lor ^ix month:: in the %  of £5 yeMerrl.v w hon be(or<' l!i tA. kkUo D was fomul guilty of frauduf convertinB J5.50 bel %  Ikoomo|.:0 made Itand i penny in the bus .lin Probyn Shew to buy two I Of coal.* for her. • %  ever brounht the tnoi %  CNls to hci p money for her. | ttrim FINJD~2OIBdward eiad 2l)s. in one month iwmanip Hi .' ? itent to commit •'mi had already -made .^i worn 1 "ting child. id that cables had al•eknjM between ", !" s lawyers. m ak .,„Thi \ lhc youB Roberto. lt,J, L P",* diK inted report. thai Dr Lindstrom might eontest ty ol the chUd He said that there seemed to be no ,11-will between Dr. L.n " * %  . k StromboU nine months ait. wbao hc Swed h n.akuig bet „.„„„, TJ^ in tne meantime, vaunt* "Hn. * '• legal ion of 5?. • and will ha tratioo had the best suluIn the boapitu -.hr.. GEORGETOWN. D G P3 o. _. E *eellency the Governor Sir Cnarles Woolley tins el made a broadcast appeal i, zens to contribute ui • %  enerouil) lo the Central n i a Relief Fund which w., openrxi by Msy„r Vihart Wish! ol in town. Tiie Qovernor heei %  with siso. i„ his i. W >ol I'roni Soulli \incri.u • From pace 1 Canada was to-dey nondMtei ventM lor the 1MB. ..tilled by who conThe r I the l'.,naman ll letvlte lieie BJ In 1IM. France i.uight n'oout delight,R btKl.ll00 world of .. h au.iHio mrth .a ..it. announced thai the en:... Beuth Africa, admlnlitratlon. ineliidiiig ..l! "'" "" ll ouaiui ,,i Brititsh Atom Leak Charge ii'HT HJZABBTB, F,b I ku) i...i Iran souih America, Instead of Soulh help over., lance of paymenu wiii lie French Ambassador, A .. • From !'..,. I the United States on Fcbruar> 1945. Fuchs. who answered the magistrate's questions with a slight American aortnt. a d as a Uritiah ciuaen. An Aniellcali investigation into I AM B nb secreU 10 Itussia led 10 Hi." Klaus Fuchs, the Federal Uureau thl s o' lnvesturullon — America "Gradd^l'"' 'hi." llurd frorn ftma -Keener France fracwl With Crisis siutc l>cpartmont said that Fuchs worked on an atomic in the United State* last in 1M3 until June IMS. It i-omparrd his position in Brltt mic scheme with that of a laboratory Director. Usually well-informed officials In WsishuiKton said that the rase involved two specific atomic leaks to Itussia. one in the Unites ;y. ,md the other in England ill 194? — Renter. tion. , STOLE HAIR CLIP fteae Pan] of \ • W on i ,T\ ~ iy when %  faun I ,1 I-VFine To Stay A decision of Mr. A. W. Harper. Pallet M,iKi>trati* of District "C" jrcestea'day remsdnsd In tore* Vben I i•' industry late last year were HUed last nnht when GovernM Vteeenl Aurlol and told hit "".".', "fiSS ?„"" .'"Str" .iiiio^twifi 0 ;^;; ai-i .1 hut will as, .„,. |.„, t und hl ,.,malnder perl -iinence lo-i muat be borne by the augai .um ones. The authorities, furtherIOIII Iba mote decided lo suspend applicaBarbados-ljoiii. Hon. Frank W.H.Fox Talbot at mivtnfly tdvmixJpJ M kaiK hern the fitlxr oj modern pkohjgrjphy. AaaacfWaUaal tJre Ae fnt phvtAt'Ufh, *J %  which made it poaifde JOT any number cfj i %  : : %  sistlasRsali} tn, at Melhmryi,,r}.,>,!.. IhmighrnmardyamjtlwmaH.un.JSMie.ir; '. %  inxruiy m ISJI, U was ai*> a tlwrnut, a K-tanw md J sat French, mi could ISWORBW, H tiou for new taxation, 'which Biodini, French s woilld have affected sugar proKeuter. duction costs —Kruter. , Troutir iik*. Mu %  Wrou Io-,!. .i* arm*. %  ike rtsSToV A white ">l*oi*wu i jured and anotl %  i IN ul. i %  ... or nail* row kldMvi MATTER FOR REGRET LONDON, F The British Foreu; a matter for 'rcRrpf' that tho vr-rnment rocogi ml ir Ho Chi —Reutrr / IRTNQI thr: WOCh l\ CttIA \ POON ,t th* i %  t 5 o'clock i etilng htUth • Halp Kidneys Dae tar's Way I thai %  wuk a *..-. FOR QUALITY & FLAVOUR STANDS SUPREME Biillpr Shortage? WE CAN SUPPLY PEAXHT Biniili al Tit prr boltlr Stuart & Sampson I BECAUSE YOU LOVE NICE THINGS WE are Showing the Finest in AMERICAN Under-Things VAN RAALTE Nylon Nighties Slips & Panties • MODERN DRESS| SIIOPPE BROAD STREET. ual % %  ruti-> hrlp I". kMvim. HBimrvdi and hundrrda ... %  %  M. Na Benefit—No Nr I %  •(• %  i.l v. ll -,n.fv ou i •. i'. tii'lHimoMi "!*_''" !" 11 lin. if IV.I % % % %  -n tl„ r,„p, t r man.) ttj.k, — l.llMl, „, ,h, n ,|„. Jm KIDNtYSl BIAODII nnS %  •-.-, RHIUMATIJU ilm •I the Atsynaii Qaj ytowdup of thr Ra-al SMrrf at adj M that f.tsard 'n ttS4 -W thrrw spm his paaMa a tdr* VT" •Mf pmmrn ^-.ir. raj wdl have led fnm thr %  t ,He. -nd Hi.. Cystex ;:;;','*;', 'ss, ;:;'*;',•*<,'*•+•*','. Joh 7bojusdtuL& and Jim flanqa o$ CUiJuuihis SouvemM visit COLLINS LIMITED. O, KM, ail Street. *>'ArS.V,'S.'.'S.'.: •sn**s*.-**.:'SAASMw. You'll enjoy these HEAL SCOTS BIS<:LITS lkr.l III li,,ni, -, ,.I1JI„| at ll. Bakery, GiUfew, where ti> .in i"i ova BO Auk fur Ihvtv fiumvUm lo-ilnv : ','"'" Imp.., i.m,r, N,„ RWl1a WYLUK. BARK & ROSS III) Sttir IfCfitt*: ii. i'. V \: .in Available "SHEAFFER'S SKRIP" 'i BLUI Itl.M K, WASHABLE BLUE, RED ,\i fJUKKN Thr Only Writing Fluid im your SHEAFFER'S PEN OhUioafalr ,a HOOKERS flM) DRU(i STORES LTD. Broed Street end Heatings. (Alphe PhwmecyJ S ;. \OTHK —— ^ We bet; t.i nolify our customers that FLOUR BAGS are once more on sale and may be obtained „t .my Unt from our Head Office in C'.unlry Road. SANITARY LAUNDRY CO. CARRS Snii&elA BISCUITS 0f Ir CAD* E CO 110 CAllStt ENGLAND k Oa-ae-n ei. A J On Salr al all Grarars aad lh-n Stare.



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PAGE EIGHT THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE s\ll UDAV. FEBKl \ny RAWS WASH OUT PL41 /\ TRIMDKD Hi IP ( I'I'I'IV I SPAIN, Feb. 3. I • I making plav im|> • second Ij final JamaicaTrinidad mil the start of play early to-n _unlej lain and co-opt. Itre today for Barbadi aration for the Barbados—BO tour commencing February 9 At the end " England last To nil thi< void, the India Board plat, inviting anollii official Commonwealth loam, inn will make their Anal der;(. imr lli.mii tMl I Indian Schoo 218 an and the Commonwealth 404 tor %  < declared Livingston IK' Lanado ,2 'Will Pla) To-morrow PI ,! A. CarI ai %  : %  SLKitU VIHI intigua lira* In Football %  %  K Kitts was 1 I iond half Antd one lay no ,,nd the NOT CERTAIN TO PL#VY %  (tain I that ii .i local match ib are four %  %  t tor hoinr at the end of •-• b*vc made con: for a %  %  Rrutrr. Banquet To-Nigtt In Honour Of Sportsman ,,, HOTtL IN P-O-S. • I lives of Jamaica % %  %  %  Mil join in a Banqu.-t iiutr to South popula Laic nan Jaggemauil' %  puon wrl i tn H iry. lMO commenciiii; %  ill include CO 1 n : .. iCricket, UlC rntir Jagicrnautfa HI %  %  p \ in propo* nenl tpora %  %  n allotcd to Mr ent of th* %  t '.on and popular Mi will rr i %  %  %  %  . ..... r u %  %  %  IlllJ.lfeSS HOUM Close Per CriAH D U I' ,lonial B.ii :-'.id ( .s the follr ^VTI&MDAV 9th F.brv 'IV^F.biu.r. and 14th rebruarj ,* Y ,3th Feb.uar. and Sffk rison & Co. IO r ^| ird i Ud. C ;.td. Goddard | llutchinson rr...d The Modern Dre Shop. ES'vSrGsr&i Ijirsen nur %  „ rhrllarmr FREDDIE MILI.S Itill %  • i pboUMiraph with J taken the world lighl-' • knock-out nt! •vhat happened as he f America, who had just eiiiht title from him by I tenth round Freddie Mills Went Down Fighting Bv RONALD BOXALL LONDON I By Mail) AT liMsi one world champion is in the habit ol crooning .i ditty alter .1 bout of tisticutls. Had Freddie Mills felt with three teeth mining) after relinquishing tight crown to Americas Joey he might have treated the 18.000 fans at Earls g of "I'm not the same old me." Bad, with landed them not infrequently — pHon of momenterj •• having slightly less than no d ,|,. V il in !• affect, he began to slow down. He appeared to be in trouble in the llfth round when Maxim pinned him in a comer and battered hlrr with rights and left* to the body and head, but he weathered this gtorm and. like the grand fighter he is. came back for more. After this Maxim began to take ,..• %  *. Freddie Name DUB doien hard 1 milled. Il nttle beyond .' .-. %  !> 111 the llrst minu'.r %  would have been nnishlo l.id. R G. Challenor. 3d! Sardiner' Au-ta1* Co. Ltd iohnson s Rl-nai. City G'rage rrining Co. Ltd.. Colonnade %  kinson I, Haynes Co. Lima It Co. I rt. %  "-o, Ltd. Stuart Sampson Ltd J O Tudor ICt, I4d Smith ii Atwell Ltd T. S_ Giirrawav a Co.. D. H Johnson S "erkins i Co Ltd A. Barnes • Ph"d a Co. L'd-inh. I4:h. lth & 21st (Will rlose 13th 20th if at all possible 1. Knights Ltd 1 !" "'"!'''--?''': 14th, lth & Hot (13th a 20th If 'T b n e V.vans-..h. I4.h. .th General Traders Ltd.-9lh. 14th. lth a 21st (13th l> 20th if possible*. Pitcher Connell a I S F. Cole a Co. Ltd Whenever Dossible) S. H Cheesman John D Taylor 4 Sons Ltd.— Mi 13th 16th it 20th. T Herbert. Ltd—9th. 14th. loth I 21st. (13th a 20th if possible! Ltd (All days that are v catherhead Ltd 'Will r.enever possible). Inei 1 Co.. Ltd (Will close as early as possible! S P Musson. Son k Co.. Ltd.— Kb, lth & 20th. Argentina Defeats Mexico MKXICO CITY rVb, 3. [ Argentines Biver PaW rhich beat Mexico by in the soccer scored L. through Laouna. ins sUrtod Ott fast pace, and win %  Mtessive. causing Arpside to give all they OOUl a score. Rou^ ntered the game, ino Argentine players were obv: ipset by the .ast play ol home side Gradually the Argen-| .icarly brought tnem a goal Prado actually netted, but the disallowed for off-side Then Mexico returned to the attack, and for a time dominate play, but River Pla'e's defence neld firm. It was a case of which team would make a slip, anr" whether the opposition could take advantage. This occurred in that fortysccond minute, wher. Mexico left an opening in then defence, and Labruns did not miss the opportunity. Through• was a hard fouht gam., —Keuter. ( SCENE OF THE CRIME" Don't mm M G i; ip*>f-v TrtrtU-IOMMd DMortiv*Tr •>\ that he could absorb most lethal punchM It would over and revealed some of the i had been obliged the earlier rounds. i no question about n'l boxing ability, but he I hit—and hit again Thai d be • more serious fault if hi net for the fact that he t in take all that comes. He may prove to be an outstandng champion. end came suddenly — so Middenly. in fact, that many I In the remoter parts of the arena were asking, "What a flinch but could happened? M What happened was Wro H with •Maxim caught Mills with %  effect In fact h 'X'li'tiful left to the jaw. followed I Millfar more .ris P l> 'P' **nd later by a right to ( M has ever man' h Mme spot. Mills remained on aged to do. In previous flghu thai ,,ls **** for • tacond and then M with Mills on the wilted. At the count of seven he he has been battered down down. Credit But my theory is that, good to M (and la). >' IH'J: Mills. A largi .'for that should go. in my opinion, t icock. I sat in the ringside at % %  Mllli kneeUng on the ,i : %  ..,:. Ull •• % % %  I though I n who had had enough (if that fight but of tht %  mi.de a courageous attempt kat. fdl slowly over sidewaye and laid still. A new world light-heavy *ei,;ht pion had been bom. The Weather TO-DAY 'mi Raseai b.* a.m. --uii N C |: 6.04 p.m. Vwin Last Quarter > Kcoruary . Lighting: .30 p.m ll.-li Water, j 11 a.m.. 4.W p.m. ^ imuAi K.tuiijll (Codrington): Nil. IUIJI for Month to yffterda.v remperature (Max.) "H.4 *F. Temperature Mini 73 5 T. Hind Direction (9 a.m.> K. i 3 p.m.* t Wind VeUeM) 1 mile> per hour. lUrumeler (9 a.m.) 29.!l95 (3 p.m.) 29.893. Programme B.B.C. Radio SATX"KDAY FEBRt-'AjlY Itgl : ,. %  Tti,. Maaa, 1 i<> • %  w N Aiulvui. lllam Ai-ctardeofi Uiu-rltiilr. IN >n Qemewklly Speaking. 8 a.m mom the, EdlK>fUU. I 10 (e.m ProParade. S IS e, in JOIM rnd. su a-a%. Coiomi c-u. m Clow Down. II nooi Tha 12 10 p m Ntrtvi Anal.vti*. IS II 4ro(land. 13 30 p m Mje?t UM C.tunotiw4*llh. I P m EveB*t.0 m Hkidao Ne?waNl. 1 X p m TV.-n -. 2 p m Th* New* | How* from Bnuui. 2 IS i* 1 .-rPtKH-Ktn at Uia> The-lrOrga 1 30 p m VaiieHv Bndbo>:. 3 an p n Jport. Review. 4pm The N*T* TSr dally SrrMCf I MBI th* Movioa. Jpm r" Choice. 5 15 p.m Progrwun %  P. ad*. S 30 p m. ConewmUy Spcaklim. p m SwXUrtav nisttl Dwf."d lt '• • The* NWI. 7 10 p tie Ne*>* AHIi>-. Mipm Be*lnd th* N I O !' .<-. 8 p m Radio Nirwl. S ^viUutrmonia Orrti*trj. 9 p T .:• %  %  9 10pm atom ie*w. -^ %  lOiin. IS P m. MUMT trtxn ;• m Enslidi Maaatme' M .ih on ihtxr Ihl'—. M -porta R**Terw. .1 p m Thr >---.--',----'.-''''--'*''---''**'-'''-'-''''; ROYAL BARBADOS mm (LIB FLANNEL DANCE Fly KIM an EUROPE 4 Plights w?eki/ 3 Route-, to choose frorn 1. Bv Ccn'.reltition Cur ci? Ntw r -k Cu'ope (no wred) 2. By Cciitei'jcori LuraCM Mv^m rAo nt rtl Eanpi 1 S DC-*> Curaec CDihir Europ.Mli itd ilteaer :c : doM ml able) Which-* % %  • 'he mr.jor cines of Europe are b;n a day iway by Kl.M. By spe %  it, KI. M %  ; hufope Yeaj _v ihc fare IWK KLM doc- the rest! frr f II information IM I .'. rlLSSON. SON C CC Tel -111 / 'T i-.iaLlMf I :io :•-:" ;: 18 Wednesday. 8th February, 1950 Members and their Friends) in honour of Certain IL Stokes, IB., DSC. H N\, the Officers and Cadets II H S "Devonshire". Dancing: 8.00 p.m. to 13.00 p.m. ADMISSION 3 By Order of, THE COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT, T. BRUCfc LEWIS. Manager & Secretary INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET BARBADOS Versus IIIIIIISII UUIiUl KENSINGTON OVAL FIRST MATCH: BICOND MATCH: KEBRI'AKV H, 10. II, 13 I II FEBRUARY 16. It II. M 1 a rim 1Mb Mi Kl \SIM. Ill\ MIM1 %  I II.U.I.I Mil: -I \Mi ILK INCOVfcKtU HAM .18 II OROIND8 (Owners of Cars will be Charted 1/per day [or the Car-Hark) DAILY TICKETS ARE NOW OBTAINABLE AT llAHBISOlfl OFFICE (SEASON TICKETS WILL ALSO BE SOW, THE BARBADOS CRICKET ASSOCIATION. W. F. HOV0S. Holly. Semtto MATINTO FLAT PAINTS WILKINSON K UAYNES I'O-1



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FPBRI 'AM fhere Was V, Sunshine Yesterday __ man" really look ^^K ilie arrival 1 recorded wal I incident %  us for us) un I jra actually in num(u from 1 to wilh & ol number 6. "7|£,trict I. St George 0. Ej S: [Sta 4, St Lucy 2. and St. u are all I in tadL I Kegatta of the a.y.C. mil toK.' place at the BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACK FIVE Accident Stops Traffic In Swan Street THAFF1C KOIIIK Ihruuv:, 9 -.i 9.30 Mti|got race in the mornins, had lo be all be turning out. , n The "undine winch West Indian Made Trade Commissioner For Union Of S.A. Tpji\ in lbs first, will not fason nnd the j not altogether comL' ill Ilie has %  fa ihc *e: |_rand "Folly" will bo I tjut the The accident Mcumd I fi --otor car. X-852 .irrived in the island on board the M.V. An> Ur. Hull told the Advocate" •.! %  •• end of „ %  retoria. ; ;iskmn him if ho would accept the property of Mi CommiaTHK Brat West Indian to be offered the post of Honof* ary Trade Commissioner for a Dominion is Mr. Thomas B. Hull of Messrs Hull & Son. He was reeemlv appointed Honorary Trade Commissioner in the West Indies for the. tilth Africa. other. The %  r i'. til. DM Hall %  time .f the accident it ^^ % %  l conui:.; ... (or the Firai Becawith street. The cart is fcrepairon and q Mr. C. A. Brathwaltc. %  la in ac' and BaQbelunuiiK DUl I pmtoi weather conditions Mr that | : iuinge. | Be local I: | few star'i [gmtly .%  Ssant about 75 n %  i %  pa Roa. |] 5h taken. 1 HB 8tt lbs. luugl.t %  re Cluh M. <* open u %  1 a. L 1 %  %  tood thi t avoid stonei yn Phillips ol : ,-iour. Mull d Son, for the past ind are still Agents for Ihc Co-openi! %  %  %  > on November (i ( % %  South Africa. His He left mber 10 1,100 puncheoru for Paramaribo, Dutch Guiana, %  rum for > loaded un Unued his journey by P.A.A. to tarday. libai %  %  Africa. Belgian as returned frofl I 'hen to Johannesburg Barbados Kum For Hulifux British Guiana via Trinidad. St Vincent tl brought 92 landing pasM Intransil mail, a hoi.se. two dogs and a little About y.30 o'clock tonight tfa < %  \. Britten Northern iu Bermuda. LaUDChM lo the hip are selieduli of the Baggage Warehouse at 6 p.m., 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. Gardiner Austin & igenta. CP C.C. -a B.c : 111 be I) 'Small. M r <.. Waithe. J. HigJ. c *i" .4." laVphcr.l. bar lb*. From there he : the Govrninent, and then to 9 LWt-MUt. Trip retumad from Buin.inhanncsburg where be spent many days bafOCl From Johanrw ihout i.ooo miie> The "Ugh The Karoo, %  'huh |j the wool in the Union and then pe Province where the famous vi Hireceived a very he B "tor jourWeUlngton, H ibertaon, Montagu. ad to popular places aloni the co isl Includln %  "1 Simons Town, the town. Mountains. He said that delighted of Capetown, the outlying sub i %  He left Capetown African A %  >t t EUxa%  KfTirient Ben ire %  Lit the train and South An li (Of their hlgh'j efficient a ,: the wonderi II at the foot of s of Capetown, mi nf the largest city in the rg with iti iCercMOe Oil \rri\cs Here A SHIPMENT of 121.800 U.S. %  %  night by Ihc motor vessel "Ituiina ', down to %  upply which ar.HI) U.S. gallotu \: Co.. Ltd.. and 36.100 U.S. gallons %  1*0 brought 235. 200 U.S. gallons of and Messrs It. M. Jones & Co. L'.d Local agents of this -. i ft Co., Ltd. Ill II der and light: u .storm of its Un was shared with the in of Pretoria wta Churchill War kepi pd making his escape had left ., letter of thanks for the Ui ided him. and had also and the English in the future' 1 1 U said that he had met some very valuahle coal t Hughli on Jnnuarv ii /nnuary 25. He retum Buses Go To Probyn St. Tomorrow %  • will n.w be •erminus in l*robyn Si: Skinner. DIM | j High ways and Transport, told in,. %  %  [in connection with li of Trafalgar S %  %  %  ngers. ways knea the %  %  while another. ,i| pan er head, reraeinl used to be .•ubiic buildmgs. That he saia was as far back ar not so DUBU buses, the ehief once being the Diamond T. The Denby, the Rao, ami the %  %  iumber* increased Ihc I iransferred tu tin aid there the pre* pleased about this chai and man] *cssed iho view thai to inconvenience them a grr;.: One pa i Rock route sain that II enough when he %  I Qeneral Heepttal with the terminus at Pi well understand what hi %  Lincoln and oth %  ing uTiether bus stops will %  pJaead at some con v ena Ij to allow thai Ofl the bus instead cfl having t" go to the terminus. HERALDS' CONCERT TONIGHT ii< concerts. siiigers — tU-e Bar!-. Trinldadians. and the i l>nmin;r->. Trinidjd Council. White Hall. %  British O for the VI Badawdaoa, N %  %  To galajhl The %  night On %  C.T.C. but I Will L-. I) %  %  Ralph Thompson (Bi Joseph Shilling-. Fitzgerald Harn.%  %  that 3d O? m Si p. LI XI 'RV TOMLET SOAPS ill isu-mui. ii AI ma 1JNULN (IIOSM)M : ADD LUXURY TO YOUR BEDROOM Nine Withy Admitted To Probate 2.) Yean ^o IBAIBADOI mini \i i l l BRI ll I Sunday evening. Court For Divorce A ad Matrimonial Causes Six I'lanlalions Start Crop Bd with a whl11 "' Wednesdav %  % % %  %  Ution u> llled wlln •t the Gardiner Austin .-. bond house. %  riie owen luring the month The plantations are SanI eld. Spring Hall. I OUT Square and Newton %  •luring the past month time SB Itres. The tires i sis* %  %  vi ''"' nil i ner acres irnt. NINE WILLS were and one 111 Bf Administration granted by His HCOOUI I of Ordn .. that %  ra Cioliop Christ Church, seekar, H Iton L lollop. Isie of Christ I I Th" as represented [| by Mi w %  firm of Wills admitted to %  . late of Chi I 1 Thomas; Ituth Ann of St. I,... v Nathea Herman Hlenman I! nd Miriam Cod ; baal Wcalayan Synod %  N %  ; kllan Colly%  %  ... %  on December 10, 1040. ad decree nisi in the suit of L. Gaskn (Petitioner) and O. Gaskin (Reno order Yr.iiwood and i for the %  PIGEON CHOW GOAT CHOW two of Purina s best and obtainable from JONES & Co..Ltd-Low.,i. 0 .ds.. V.V.V.V.VsW JASON %  "veritable New York". He said that everywhere he d unbounded hos\ ttalitj and bad the pleasure of %  Wright, who fee in Barbados. v. .i descendeo upon Pretoria an age to windshields of mat Doled with tiles %  High Blood Pressure Kills Men & Women vr rro Hifb ni.-)d l'r...ur, whl. I i mtitrtuu4 dli**a ihil >u • ill 'in lima of Chang* of [.': %, %  th* IM! MUM of mu h hHil irov-.f ..])*( On r p4(lvil,-.i l k#. .on arnptMu f Uih Bloo4 PTM -• ar*. Nr u un**4. i„.;, .. ud tail ol (i*4 rraasara :ih_in* an •5 Juinuieuu.s Visit Groves THE fiii.l w vi si ting Barbadts Groves A. Agricultural Departmei nenu with sugar cam The Jamaicans are Mr. C. V Atkinson. Mr. C. A. Valentin.I Sugar lUnlrrs A'rriw NINE sugar p norning by the "Lady N .vork at various eslau .stand for the present crop n Mr. it. Wei Basil Isaacs and Mr Mr John ..: ion and Roy ann Mr 11 for Three Houses and '•' P. Jagdhar and Mr. Dhanraj for Old bury. Appeal Jiulgon Reduce Fine Their Honours Mr G L T.i> lor and Mr H A Vau terday varied a A W 11 Magi-tr.it.' 4 lined Douglas all Town. St John. IJ when he had found him guiltv of ig used indecent langu.. i hiahway Their Honours r> ed the fine to 15s %  I %  Ot.r N* 1'i.Mmaster %  .v i molt (o Mr, (halleno. i to Mr, ruck with %  %  %  %  rformrd I ha presen-i With EVERWEAR CANDLEWICK BEDSPREAD \ I. -.inlifill ran K f nr designs for Sin K le and Double lleds in Blue. Gold and Peach. 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February

1950.

SHOOTS AT: 4
Ui cle Sam Is Ready At 5

WASHINGTON, Feb. 3.
UNITED STATES DEFENCE SYSTEM is reach-



a point where it can be ready for action within |

te Defence Secretary, Louis Johnson, told a meeting
ms University of Virginia. He said that through uni-
‘on, “the defence of the United States is in better shape
ironger than at any time” since demobilisation.
ae ——#!) “In all we are doing, we are
seeking peace. There is only one
nation in the world that would
start a war,” Mr. Johnson states |

e
it ean “We seek to have a military es-|

: | tablishment sufficient to deter that|



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| I2 Nations: 600
Athletes Compete

| (By VERNON MORGAN).

‘THE fourth British Empire Games will be open-

ed at Eden Park Stadium here to-morrow
eave by Gov.-General, Sir Bernard Freyberg,
Gy

| The ceremony, in which 600 athletes from twelve

nations of the Commonwealth will take part, will

be watched by a crowd of probably more than 40,000.

+ The twelve teams will assemble

on the parade ground outside the

e e e historic oval of Eden Park for the
Britain Will opening parade. This will be led
by the Australians as hosts of the

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‘ e | aggressor and to lick hell out of}
me j her, if she does not stay deterred. | e followed in alphabetical order by
“Joe Stalin will know that if he eco nise Canada, Ceylon, England, Fiji,
‘i | starts something at four a.m., the) Malaya, Nigeria, Rhodesia, Scot-
4 ; fighting power of the United| e land, South Africa, Wales with
esigns States will be on the job at five! is New Zealand, the host natian,
| stam | FOR ‘THE LAST TIME today you'll see what SS se ‘ LE TNAMA | [comine in tase.
: Mr. Johnson said, “The big| ; on it used to be the Trafalgar Square Bus Stand, looking like this. Tomorrow, the buse ove t
: : = Dy, , S45, , » % ses m > to : . : ss
GO, Chile, Feb. 3. | shooting is over” in the tight] Probyn Street , LONDON, Feb. 3 Distinguished Visitors ,
i Cabinet has decid-| concerning unification of the | . ~ rere To a fanfare of trumpets tae i
Chilean ie Sk. Aeraiecds Wenotadae > peraes of r | ee - Ernest Bevin arrived in veiaie their . x
resign today, to allow 4rmed Services. “There is no} orkers P / is | ss ndon this. evening afte a team, headed by their flag leader, yi
ent Gonzalez Videla free- division in the top level of the} e s He oO man an wy 1 W, li *. ore o : — after will face Sir Bernard and the tri- |
fo appoint new ministers to| military establishment | azye 7 K Ll rive inh. his tte ee Tee nmone | Pune of distinguished visitors. Q
Peith a wave of strikes | “In the field, the sun shines or Fi oft For 4 i b | lin th C rte the :s ceureninen The Governor-General will 4
yas not yet been decided| Unification, and the Army, Nav} ey fhe fla 6 Kor Ge oo ombo Conference, and! read a message from King §
the new cabinet will| 4nd Air Force are ready to go as| n e rian aa i ate a Rome, was be- George VI, and then formally
la te: | / > / } eve n usué y rell- f, » nae a . . ae al ¥
of military men or tech- | ® !¢am | More Waves t 8 9 9 | ee a ener well informed] declare the Games open, As
Sits composition is ex-|.. “rhere was no _ unification ati.1/7 = & r 5 e end uarters here to have informed the National Anthem is played,
Pin depend on develop-} Pearl Harbour, or Pearl Harbour | 7 » iP ence le French Government in Paris the Union Jack will be hoisted
5 le %t have heen” » _ | . > ws morning the rite x ts to the » mas . s ;
in the strike situation,|COWld not have been,” Mr. John-| Monster Demonstration oO : siatanten "ae Britain expects the arena masthead. A salute
Government has ordered| 5°" added.—Reuter. J ° e e ‘ BERLIN, Feb. 3, fcognise Vietnam, Laos and] of four sfans for the fourth Em-
ite resumption of work} Se eat Barbados Advocate ¢ Leaders of all East Ger man yibodia in the week-end pire ee vill be followed b
a 5 ; > TAG — " ‘rules met in Berlin to-d: —Reuter the release of hundreds of
antiago and other | : 4 ° f edn ' o-day to f ;
banks of - oa Seatac l Killed; > Injured BEL. ZE tcp ee vi W ASHINGTON, Feb. 3. ustitute “the National Council pigeons ik
— oo, ai tal phon { ast of | Lu ae Co-operation Administrator Paul Hoffman; 2! the National Front” to fight for Then the flag bearers of the /
tele - - ‘ “Gav begs t ek (hn race) © ~ . 4 « ni Ta y ] }
, one ans striking for In B G Train Crash |“ mumit ici 4 ay egan to seek Congressional support for a $3,100.-| U2!ty, peace _and_ independence ‘ welve nations will gather round
a ce reese in vent . £ the citys! ch bs , 000 European Recovery Programme this vear. or Germany. The National Coun- } ie M. ; * _ | the rostrum for the oath of ama-
ae! Misnod last night GEORGETOWN. Feb. 3 | members of the General Worke Hoffman who has just returned from Europe was to te : ae coe aoe by dele- ay eek | teurism, bs be taken by Stan Lay
decree, aa = oe . a act, eee! oe | i $ cen Tnio Bei nfer th Pn one aad . . ates [rom provincial committees « of New Zealand, a competito
that military authorities) Shoruly after 6 o'clock on| bree 7 what Union Officials iter this aiternoon with Democrat Senator Tom Con- the nation’s front all rer Bast ¢ | the first Games at H ilton Cc
Thi | r e 2 firs ve DH all ha} peat : ee ahd SU aon > " : eat ‘ wast- j the frst Gi Ss at Hamil (Can-
intervene to sign on new} Thursd iy oe the Demerara- | no cake rn the oe move n i ally, Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations ( ommit-} °*n Germany consists of 65 mem- ontro f } ida) in 1930
staffs if the strike con-}|erbice Inter County goods train |} organize all ttonaur WOrke tee bers, representing all tic |} On behal his |
F . t ‘rashed i , singed iat -lin a fig for increase us ) ais ‘ ry . mam CS politica ry | nh behalf of his fellow compe-
peefinitely. s a oe “Licht ee census off tie 43 per cent ata ¢ The Senator is the Administra- arties, the trade unions, and 1e H-Bo b Hetetiees tet ee
ae, newspapers} on Wes ee ry Se Naees Hee cal ab Hite aul th) dot at Ind ig} PS pneu x tion’s leading man in piloting for-| YO™en's and youth organisations m {endeavour to uphold the honour
mie to Strike for 24 hours) age, est Coast Berbice, killing! © ‘ eye Ce devia ne o-Chinése States | eign aid measures through the “he Socialist Unity Party (SED) | f our country in Bittish sports-
morning. Rookamania, 61 year-old femaie| @tion of the Brit He f ly | Senate. nd other Communist-controlled LAKE SUCCESS. Feb. 3. | ™anship.” as
: : Santiag reens seller, a nijuring five} /ar ’ , eT i a ort workers in Santiago, | = pia ¢ ler, and injuring five : i Now Inde endent ¥ Connally has already proposed ee tee have a clear major- “nited Nations Secretary Gen- | The teams will then march out
iilway men and copper| 0lers | uge G I , 4 a cut of at least §1,0v,0uu,00U | '*¥ 0m the Council. ral Trygve Lie said today he} °! the Stadium, and shortly after-
came out on support of| The news reached Georgetown | city’s street ; 1] PARIS, Feb, 3 below the $3,778,000,000 which|,, The Executive Committee of the] night make a “Dpoponal, fog Wards the Games will begin with
phonists and electricians| after 9 p.m. and the Transport} to join toni 1onster ry- Teenci:. Prantdan =e or Congress voted last for European Council is made up of the three nternationai control of tt savdre 4 the heats of the mer hundred
ater. | Chief W. A. T. Perkins sped by | wide j rene 5 ; sty s- I erat Sager aid. East German Vice-Premiers, Wal-| zen oa ee . meee) cpa i 1
j var car sia 2 i ctrat a ¢ AUPLO. signed the i “T ,; - ter Ulbrigt > z . . declinec to —.
| power car to the scene < all| stration. Leaders are appealin ae ee : I am goin , bright (SED), Herma : é . | we ie :
' a 50. ae agen and IL ator. Lenders: re. apt s ratifying’= the ‘nmmumbnesd ee §° g to see just how Kastner (LDP) a Jermann ‘omment specifically at his press There is still no sign of rain
; | night directed a special squad in| the people to keep the demonstra- making the Ind _ much offman thinks we can : . ’ tto Nuchke onference on President Tr |: nd, with very seat gone, the
Oli F a , clearing the derailed passenger} tion peaceful in order to impre Ste cea tr ~ ™ ne *s ot cut this year.” Connally told a ‘‘ tne and the Chairmen of} yan’s order to vendies 'the I ae ; Games should open in a blaze of
L ' > | tre ee irre ai dated Mae me. lie State: idependent within reporter, “ sur i maller parties and organisations : p the bomb. | ,, eer '
ver Praneis |= ie a m the line. | the wot Id that B. H people arc French Union, i in ®t bail — = = will | The: Council. desued e —. Mr, Lie said however that | elory
oth trains haq backed into| conducting a reasonable, but de- tidied i ae pes Oe che: sit~) lling nice anifesto! sonstant develo pment The Finals
sin B G At 65 | the side line at Fort Wellington} ‘termined fight for their rights Minister of overseas || uation, loved he on ery, German who! weapons of Bat hee tea Nal aaa a
Awe *) }to allow the Demerara:Berbice| - ‘Po-day the Governor-appeinte France Jean LeTourneau an-_|| One Senator who has been in| ‘Ved his country" to close the] “nske it pores pe euction re finals to be contested on the
Advocate Corr + | regular express to go through | ea the People’s Cothmniinee lee Ae nounced” this “tonight in av j close touch. with Hoffman’s-Buro-}!20ks behind the National Coun- ce e it more and more neces-) pening day are the men’s and
8 nepencen. | ‘Three passengers and workers on er the Hon. Tomtisng Sn ith Chal ea telegram addressed to ||Pean visit said he had met with | “!!: “The National Front, based eae continue ‘the ‘search’ for] women’s 100 yards, the six miles,
GETOWN,'Feb. 3 IF rsgprl yg — ye prea a ne I * me io ae ie , 7 French High Commissioner |} only minor success in urging the ne the German Democratic Re- g eement among the great the high jump and the hammer.
iver Michael Francis 63| at 6.25 and tt eg 1 't nin. den | Cee ebaaeatar’ { in Indo-China Pierre Pig- |lowering of trade barriers and | 2UDlic. the stronghold of Demo-| 2°W°rS: Not only on a United} In the evening, the scene shifts
Des nae’ stancis 65) at 0.29 and the goods train was| Committee. He was appo d as ach pa al: jagreement on convertibility of|<"8¢Y is authorised to represent} \°¢°MS system of control 4 lto the swimming pool, where the
puty Director of Medi-| despatched ten minutes later with; a result of a Resolutio; m 1 py USSF: currency eee he vital interests of the entir mie energy but on other] ®vents conclude the finals of the
ves Briti ee ad | “cs $ as : Tp : ane ‘ . m a 4 rrency . Oe: Vi sts o he e “e aves PRY, 6 s : inals
the Beane oad a ae — eee’, oe not Smith and unanimously passed iz | ‘The main jobs of wiping out | ‘7¢rman people, and to speak for ies that divide the world an 1} $40 women’s free style relay, the
i short illness eel Tt an ive i es per hour, the December session, and invited trade barriers, and getting a sound | '!! nationally conscious Germans”, | “per the United Nations in its| 880 yards men’s free style relay
$ oll roel uneral| 7 sgh nce yn the omnibus) him to suggest other membe:'s | > e currency plan have not yet been manifesto said.—Reuter, } Torts to make the world mor-| ind 4 water polo contest between
Ste Francs ; rene soon ws re — e No. 30 plat- for the Committee. } oO 1¢ce Ban RC Settled,” he said. “Hoffman left ‘cure against war’ the huge Australian team and the
educated at the Se x asia , ue hind : ab 7. at since yesterday a blu anc | the European people wrangling Wy & . —Reuter penne me Ys
. . © Boys | ning behind about a mule; white Baymen flag was hoisted on q y about it.” } Seo - J] ) | r tbe evening, there will al
‘and i ‘ bers 1 \ 5 rade areas 3 é n flag was hoisted o1 i Wee Ser ors irge | si] : » t V also
ee se saat eae but avy that he would the Battle Field, Wednesda; it ro es | arc 1 | U.K. Obstructs ere iat r Urge ST ” wrestling at Auckland town
a. 1919 : ae in pu up disappeared as. ae night it had been flying in tne - So far Hoffman has given no \ l ] F : | aa silt | B Be ni " hall. ;
Jatter year Joined the BG alan ‘naka oe aera ne) centre and other parts hint of how he feels about the | ori¢ ede ration | erlin I raffic ane Se tae Me
c ? > B.G.| O US rain. } + “he eS , oi -_ ° ister sidne } tna 6
4 , ity Leaders , ples chances of bringing t Marsha | » Mr. Sidney Holland, tod
Service retiring at ‘he Rookamania was on the plat-| mA ahd Sin] IN BRITAIN Plar oe . ~ a 1 Dagtss . paid tribute to the g tw s
the year 1947 ¢ zn 4 ' ot | Baymen flag was the official fi lan to a successful close next OF | osition naltered , A the great value
Sed at ol : fos m of ms hr saat —_ a up to 70 years ago when Br LONDON. Feb year. Democrat Senator McCar- ” NATIONS N. the ae ind joined with all
Y > time as| was sandwiched and she_ died} yonq, . ‘7 P ee “7 ’ ran has said that Britain is ste _ ; New Zealand in tending
: : ; , onduras became a ( vn Police tod: - + a ; 4 as § ain is stand- oe ae 3 “ah. 9 extending a
§ Officer of British| immediately. The injured were| ., ‘the “0 wii Se reed il R cent banned as “polit-| ing in the way of a currency clear- WASHINGTON, Feb. 3 The traffic ae , “Hel. | Warm weleome to the visitors
ef Was awarded the; taken by train to Georgetown and| ; ae es se a a “oman Catholic proces-'ing union being considered by A group of 20 Senators today bit eae, 7 Nemesis at Helm “To competitors in the Games I
} © 4 : . wh ought rity ect ) n favo r > pate - 7 * . . urge s Ti . . aol at as é rel s ng “ ‘ . 5
Gold Medal in 1942 for| three were detained at Colonial| ie f a sa a % the retention OKEC, McCarran, who is Chair- urged the United Staves to lead the cast Gameon "Police we a a say ‘good hunting, and the best of
valuable research in! Hospital. The other two were —.(By Cable) ake pe t Re man Catholic man of the Congressional “Watch- way in building the United Na- ii diana - prow een ik’, he said. “] Scant ‘Sie soul
is. treated and sent away a. tein , dog” Committee on ECA spending | 40DS into a World Federation, anes pn — oe aan jall give their best, and display
» De 2 1 1 ocessic was > " oft Minn ten ~* Th ade the > * . J § ys a queu ‘ . > ‘
—By Cable (by Culde). | ban dae _ was to have! has said also that Germany should F hey 5 Rp plea at a Senate | 5¢ about 70 lorries was wai ng ot | nat Spirit: of sportsmanship that
eat on Sunday, A series of| be brought into this arrangement, | *°°@!8" Relations SUD=COMMINCS. | the western side - of the ounts the race beyond the prize
ilent rocessions ‘would haveland that “England’s inability to |!" @ resolution stating ‘s side o le A ri
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‘ oant arias All political pro-| wards convertibility of currencies} Policy of the United States to} ee Ce ae en eee
‘ssions In London were bz ad] in Western Bur ”_Reute support and _=strengthe the | % x
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RID °S é ‘ROBER 0 29 | i eak Char ge for i? three months Under the} | United Nations and to seek its is .
/ | mth Education Act all schools} ' . development to a World Federa- | % ni
sath ais Follows U.S. Check | ‘tenacx? 20 conform to exed| Monique’s Husband | tio» oves to ail nations with de- | ;
: ROME, Feb. 3 | s ee 1e¢€ andards of education and of| . | fined and limited powers ade- | x
pe first official announcement of the birth of a baby + Dent or accept aid ana| Released On Bail seg rte Hae a ie .
Wedish screen star Tnari vahathe drs id ita LONDON, Feb mre CRO. | vent aggression through the en- | ¥ s
Villa Me en stat Ingrid Bergman came to day An employee t Britis To obey the act would cost| BAYONNE, Feb,, 3. | tment, interpretation and en-|% x
: a Margherita Clinic here, which said “mother | ,, . ae the Roman — Catholi Sarl, my Jarine | forcement of world law.” % ‘
hare going along Fondidhe. 7 ’ \fomic Research men a ' an Catholic com-| Joas Carlos Da Silva Ramos, | veh ahabadtinbys x ¥
Were still Senet BPO |. it Harwell, — Berkshire munity about £50,000,000, it is| 23 year-old Brazilian, was re- wo: :
af the . on duty at cial wish of Miss Bergman, charged at Bow Street Magist Gdn ns Britain’s Romar] leased at 5.10 p.m. to-day from| 1% ,
tiend described yc st agen ape 9 Sy a See irt today with betraying at a gs ie high ty | Bayonne priso where he had! . % x
cribec iss | Custody of Ingrid Bergman’s new earch secrets likely to be il i, an the community can} been held since December on the > ’ . | Ms :
as “a Rouneing rn child developed to-day. iy an ena , P ae ’ charge of murdering his 20-year- Bevin Back BS .
with tin Legally, say informed sources "a Ress “ Statement issued today by | old wife M : i u } x
i het J . ’ , ‘ . Klaus Emil Julius Fuchs, age - ) pay en, wite Monique. * | ,
n: ae au- here, the re of the child wil) Hill Side. Harv : : eee for organising | Bail of 1,500,000 frances £1,350 | In London | 6 %
: e@ baby hs ve decided in the divorce action ; : 2 cae + eung, announced that thc] fixed last night by examining . 2 %.
w 7 P : manded in tor until -Feb- }Tearate " ast night by examining, Li ob, 3 | } a
og - new pair how under way between Bergman et ah tae i aha ; falgar Square meeting wil | magistrate Puech, was paid intc| ‘he British Fae ale | .
rything Teatmen:. ‘I'ney; and her husband, Hollywooa} "531 he et _pace on Sunday afternoor| court this’ morning and this,! y-. Ernest . Bevin seekiabed a ae 0 x
, € went perfectly. | physician Dr. Peter Lindstrom. t ne ae b arranged but the Catholics| after a telegram was received. | [jndon to-day cite eats 1 A\ | x
Reital direc But the same sources said tha “ot, | (ho would have walked in the} Examining magistrate Max | ei Fide ee a oe ae 0 ~
ee Said that! Rossellini, who shows “an extra- e Satel rocessions would have to mak« | Puech, last night decided that | M ‘ ommonwealth 2 are 1% y i *
ae ge the clini dinary ‘affection for the child” e com-| their’ own way to the meeting ( Da Silva should be released o.1| oor Conference in Colombo. | % g bi
aay oe et till uli} is anxic us to keep it when he ful- ver tye Se eae shy —Reuter. {| bail from Bayonne prison, but this Bev yp Pe AA vA are ™ | x x
4 ly k ed rin, Is his oft repeated vow to mar- Bet ae Uitie tc, he | decision was subject to appeal| ~<\'" Siopped 1+ ge gma Goree§ fo ff *
oe knew who ry Miss Bergman as “soon as sh: reh, which was caleulatec be by the members of Monique Da| {#4 2 talk with the Acting g A| *
meee -lookdn is free.” r mig lirectly or indirectly T ae ‘ Silva’s family, who are civil ee Minister of France x A| x
pital author Legal sources close to Berg-| 'seful t ees ; rinidad Elections | Parties to the proceedings. It Was} , Pore ema ee i :
peborities sa.) man and Rossellini disclosed that The alleged a similar understood that Monique’s mother.| 2°Y!® proceeded to No. 10 eens (A \ Y
: rs of strict fence to a person ul! “ r + Madame Borye, did not intend tc| ™& Street to see Prime Minister i=eo \
Imposed as a spe- @ Ow page 3 @ on page : Next September appeal against the magistrate’s! Mr. Clement Attlee-—Reuter ‘ e * S ‘
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| , General elections under Trini-| Tibet Mobilises s :
ely be . ‘ligher Meat Prices >
Reeticober i he ee kor Ked Invasion ‘ eee ‘
Sgierael formati LONDON, Feb x
send the. Sonpebiagee tian HR, YORK, Beb.a. Egan: baun om? SMOKE AND EN
will ‘take le “olin <# ; ' Mr. Lowell Thomas, radio new: il coungeillor’in ,Argentina, &
} Cale ‘dane : ai re ne ommentator, has reported tha o> his way’to [sndon for con-' %
| th d y in ¢ nit ‘ y ; ‘ - : ‘ ‘
| stitutional . {1 ae wa ee Page Bodh 1s = hurriedly mobilisin; ation with the Treasury avout, & ‘
akc oetuments “lo: Hi 0 troop; against a ‘possib.c e negotiations on Ar i xg a9
Pin” . ‘ vasion” by Chinese Communist: 1and fo gher meat pri.c = * 6&6
© | reieass t 1 tiat the At present, Tibet has only 10.06 S> soor these co & ‘
‘ ston of the instruments j dn armed with «¢ ver. | will returt 3 s ‘
before March veapons, he wrote i: Coilic ires to resume negotiaticns (ts :
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ONSECRATED at Southwark
Cathedral, London, on Jat-
uary 25th was Basil Montague
Dale, the new Bishop of Jamaica
He expects to sail for the West
Indies in February or March.
Bishop Dale will not arrive @
complete stranger to the islands
because for years he has been a
member of the Standing Commit-
tee of the Society for the Propo-
gation of the Gospel, and latterly
Chairman of the West India
Committee of the Society, and has
thus gained a good knowledge of

the West Indian Dioceses and
their problems. Also, as Chair-
man of the Honduras Church

Association in’ England, he went
on a mission to British Honduras
and Central America in 1947.
Forty-six-year old Bishop Dale
has one son aged 20, who will ve
accompanying him to Jamaica.

Second Visit
R. F. M. MANSON, F.AC5.
and Mrs. Manson of Worth-
ington, Minnesota, U.S.A. are now
paying their second visit to the
island. They were here about
seven years ago on a cruise and
liked it so much that they have
now returned for three weeks’
holiday They are staying At
Super Mare Guest House
Dr. Manson told Carib yester-
day that he
own hospital in Worthington, but
had retired from the profession
eight years ago
On their way
trip, he said that
Miami ther

they flew t

Trujillo, San Juar the Virgir
{slands and Antigua and in each
place they had spent about four
or five days

It is however their opinior

that Barbados is the
tion spot and they are hoping *
return here next year

Dr. and Mrs. Manson have tw

sons, one of whom is Medical Di-





rector of the American Tele-
hone and Telegraph Compan}
while the other a Denté geon
who was a Japanese ner of
is n Cc «

ni the US. N or I

€ Boxe ic

F . or

€ ove Lec

fi A é the

«<» «<>
On Official Visit
Miss DORA IBBERSON
AVA ( k S Welfare A

Welfare Or t eft

Thured by B.W.1A J

T rir

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Coming In

oO 1
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Two Daughters At School

MM". js en Oe aes

daughter ere t oO at the
1 lline ( ent W ere
tI re 1est ea

«a»

Back From St. Vincent

BR” Superint "the Pu

Carib

was surgeon of his

to Barbados this

Port-au-Prince,

ideal vaca-

oe
e

eee gman _

a Home Again

R. GORDON BARROW ana

his Jamaican wife were arri-

vals yesterday morning frorn Trin-

: idad by the “Lady Nelson’ with

their infant daughter and are stay-
'
‘

ing With their relatives at Fonta-
belle.

Mr. Barrow who saw service
with the R.A.F during the war,
was demobbed in 1947 after which
he took a two-year course in
London in Chartered Secretaries
which included accountancy, eco-
nomics and law subjects.

He travelled out from England
to Trinidad on the S.S, “Matina”
about ten days ago and —
there attended part of the his
dad—Jamaica cricket tournament.

«> «>

Director’s Sen

M*® WILSON THOM, who
arrived from England re-
cently for about a month’s stay
in Barbados is the son of Mr.
Robert Thom, one of the Directors
any of tha of Messrs. Robert Thom Ltd, He
shows at the Globe during thei js a guest at the Ocean View
stay in Barbados Maurice, an Hotel.

ex-cricketer himself, was @ mem- es as

per of the Trinidad Cricket team



An Ex-Cricketer
R. MAURICE JONES, Man-
ager of the Globe Theatre
tells me that the members of the
British Guianese cricket team at
present here have been issued with

invitations to attend

which visited Barbados 1939 Student Here From
a a, Venezuela
Here ror Cricket Tourney

; ie : R. ARQUIMEDES MATUTE,
; ampbell alt .
M°.. oe , eee ™ of _ M a student of Diego Arreaza
es : , _ Monagas in Venezuela, is now in

a ‘ricket Club, is on : ‘
Demerara Cricket Club Barbados for a holiday. He earriv-

three months’ long leave and will

d rec ly . WI. e is
spend the first part here so as to ae =a 5 ve on =
be present for the Barbados rig at Super Mare hue
B.G., Intercolonial cricket matches ore

<» «»

which open shortly at Kensington
He then plans to visit some o!
the other West Indian islands.

Of The London Film “o.

> is > Audit Department
ee Se a Te ME. AND MRS. R. D. WAR-
m , NER, who have _ been
«» ss spending a holiday of two months
’ : ‘ ’ rere, left on Monday by B.W.i.
It's High Tyme Airways for Trinidad en route

for New York. This is the second
visit which Mr. and Mrs. Warner

T all started when Mrs. Ben
Moore asked Eric Gates if he



would produce a musical review have paid to Barbados, staying

the proceeds from which would be at the Marine Hotel and Sam
in aid of a deaf and dumb young- Lord’s Castle.

ter who is being eaucated Mrs. Marguerita Warner was

5 idad. the former Marguerita Valene of

} been in the London Film Co., and Famous

productions Players, New York. She is now

t noted for a Short Story writer and during

Fr modern num- her stay here, Mrs. Warner has

be Barbados for completed several short stories

holiday, and On her return to New York she

me m on

ha agreed to



produce a hopes to complete a story she is

Musical Review. The name is writing which is se* in Barbados

High Tyme” and will inelude It deals largely with Sam Lord’s

€ dances and skits along career but the scene also shifts
me lines as West End other parts of the island.

Review. There are eighteen j Mrs. Warner is Chairman of

ils in the cast, six show g& Membership of the New York

branch of the National League otf
American Pen Women

Mr. Warner is President of the
R. D. Warner Co., Inc., of New
e. York and Montreal, Manufactur-
ers of aluminium products _in-
cluding chromotrim metal mould-
ings. Mr. Warner is a keen fisher-
man and during his stay caught
several large fish off the coast of

chorus



girls

other night of!
players are bu I
rehearsing either at the Aqu
Ch or at the Empire Theatr
The costumes are all new, de-
ion ideas fron of the
is shows which he has been
i He is grateful for the help
which he is receiving from Mrs



st every

tternoor the








some



Skewes Cox and Mrs. Muriel the island.
King for their work in helping
him with the designing of ‘the dresses, ably assisted by Mrs
Denise Sisnett and Mrs. Betty Hilarious!
Pres These adies are making wr .
the « ae UST a reminder about the
fs ts we pleased with the Cabaret Show which takes
progress of the players and he Piace tonight at the Drill Hall
te t Capt, Raison The Dress Rehearsal was last
ht
gt eh : The short sketch with the two
‘6? “’ Barbadian maids working in a
oe posh Paris salon is nothing short
Mi iward Cook assisting Bynoe, late of Christ Church
I the teaching of tie of hilarious.
nees, and the show quickly «» «>»

into something the like

has neve!

Bart ) rhe



aan wee Special Meeting

opening dat ill

etime in mid March. Carl EMBERS of the Y.M.P.C.

ye a oe eee ar wenty who are interested in Foot-{
the chorus girls and he aa ball are asked to attend a Special

aes some more details Meeting to be held at the Club on

Monday, 6th February, at 5 v.m

—_—



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BY THE WAY —By Beachcomber

t to say for



years man-







en ele
E
M that

wiver € € t proa ed
. ele pl ant rive DY an ele t

\ t wheels,
ar he isfie Who
would be E Well, then. As
Americ: rdered 500 of the
robot elephants, I suppose we in



of them,

England must go sl
‘bridge the dollar

in order to

gap.” They should be rationed at
once, before greedy people start
hoarding them. Then let us have
a Committee set up to decide
what these elephants can be used
for. What about an electric rhino-
eeros to heat greenhouses?

Countermanding a Husband

j WAS intrigued to read that a
film actress had ‘telephoned



PLATES

calling off
being his

husband,
marriage,” she
wife These things are
becoming as simple as cancelling
an order for a bit of fish. But

et those

her third
their

third

cutting: Les Miracles du Materi-
alisme Dialectique.

A Delicate Situation For The
Zoos

Romance,

it is called to-day, take heart

who love a

NIMALS are certainly coming

I notice that after about a dozen into their own, and into
experiments there is a tendency everybody else’s. Encouraged by
of these couples to come tegether the recent national panda crisis

again and re-marry. As one ..t here and the “spontaneous explo-
them has said, “It’s only when sion” of feeling over the denial
you've divorced people three or of.yeal cutlets to a baboon. United
four times that you really begin Nations “are to supervise a con-
to know them.” In fact, very voy of four donkeys crossing from

soon it is the divorce, and not



THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE





Springbok Farm Guide to Housewives How Not ToWorry |

EDDOES—$2.50 per 100 ibs
(ex field) $3.00 per 100 Ibs. or

4c. per ib R
Your Own Back sees Peer on cee 10

6c. each.
Springbok Farm in Surrey is oaea ng
a traiming ground tor incapaci- ei a ea ae
tated ex-Merchant Navy men. It GRAPEFRUIT oe =. a

was started by thé generdsity of
South Africans, who ¢eoéntributed
iwo nunared thousand pounds in
gratitude for the Mefefhant Navy's
neroic work during the war. Tne
mene was used to build this
modei farm, with a hostel for
trainees and houses for Merchant
Navy old age pensioners and their
families, Tne remainder is to go
iowards building g model village,
to be called Springbok Village.
A short while ago a BBC re-
cording car went down to Sprin-
bok arm to take recordings
irom the staff and trainees and
to get a general picture of the
work deue there. They found an
impressive model farm of some
four hundred acres under a
Scottish manager who was with
the Ministry of Agriculture du-
ring the war and before that was
a working farmer. There is a *
qualified man in charge of each 6 3
department on the farm and 4 Port ‘saying, methinks: (4)
trainees come for a year’s course 10 Some paintings are classified as
2

Te. @ach.



CROSSWORD



Across
Merry. no doubt, with six inside.

6)
to get it from a thief one nas to

in general farm work, poultry these. (5) 5

P 7; tiy driven. (5)
market gardening, pig rearing and {3 er iis Daddy. (3)
dairy farming. All of them had a 1% ils to oe ys eortaia
hand in the radio programme and + pL should be entitled to
so did some of the trainees, who say “ crisp, M4 crisp.” (6)
cre throwing themselves into '6 How CRORES. FUE IV) CFNOESS

£ t s t
ee with a will. Bill Callow, 17. The tar makes money somehow.
though a seaman through and 4)
: wards. (4)

through, feels that, since he has i iaie iochere’s “always weight in
been forced to give up the sea,

one football team. (7)
growing chrysanthemums is a 22+ Imagine finding him in the Nore.
very satisfying substitute.

4)

Ray- trates of Venice. (5)
mond Marvell, twice torpedoed, ae: gy cuppared whe oh eee
is now working in the piggeries, 95, penta in jam others supply. (4)
where two of his youngest Down
charges, only one day old, broad- _ Whom did the solver use? (9)
cast loudly to the world by squea!- 3. Sort of watch that keeps one
ing fiercely into the microphone.

2
3
So eed ‘reptile. (5)
Yr * 4. re: re le
When the trainees of Spring- 5. people.
bok Farm have finished their

. Unprofessional sort of

(5) 6. a Ot eae

} ; : . 3 able hiss you’ nd.

work there is every kind of re- 7 o — 8. Hurry ap! (7)

creation available for them—bar, 9. His lordship takes. tea and dis-
television, radio, billiards, darts ,) clogs, etl to 16 Across. (3)

and a library. The most popular 16. What some people eali a foreign
al 7ev i “ ie’ nguage. (5)

ce Charlie's 18. TP aed mn0ods the reverse surely

2D

Place.” This is the cinema room (4)
also available for lectures -- 19. You may beat to nelp. Oe un
which was opened very recently. =, nage iy eee ere



Comings and Goings

R. JOHN ST, FELIX DARE,
AY. _ Managing Director of Messrs
William Fogarty Limited, arrived
from Demerara yia Trinidad yes-
terday by B.W.LA. on a short
visit, and is staying at the Ocean
View Hotel.

dad yesterday by B.W.I.A.
* * #

B.W.LA. yesterday.

oa &
Mr. R. F. Stokes, Director of
Stokes and Bynoe, left for Trini-

and Company, Canada,

B.W.LA.







Rupert and

Elizabeth Ferguson
COCONUTS (Dried) $5.50 per
100.



Mr. William Bennett, Engineer
of J. N, Harriman and Company
Limited arrived f{ggm Trinidad by

‘ a ok
Mr, W. Pitfield Jr, and Mr E.
Kinnear, of Messrs W. C. Pitfield
returned
from Trinidad on Thursday by

Miter Forty
B

7

1 FOUND my friend Janet busy

at the kitchén sink, but I knew}
from the depressed hump to her |
shoulders that the onions she was
peeling were only, partly respon- |
sible for her moisture-filled eyes.

From my usual perch on the

table I asked: “What's up?

“Nothing much, except that it’s

my birthday, and I'm 40.” (Hor-
ror-stricken voice.)

I laughed and said: “Well, we

all have to have ’em, you know,
and haven’t you heard, life begins

at——’

She stopped me with a wave of

her knife. “——~-at forty. Elizabeth

don’t give me that stuff. You just
go on, peeling onions and making
beds and getting older and older

and——” Words failed her.

Our snatched cup of tea (wo-
man’s best friend) restored her
to cheerfulness, but on the way
nome I pondered. Janet is nor-
mally so capable and sensible that
7 wondered if women do hate be-
mg 40.

You Know ..

Come to think of it, isn’* it a
darn good age to be? You nave
weather quite a few storms and
you have survived; you are a long
way off old age, but far behind
you are the diffidences and search-

ings of youth.

You have learned (if you have
learned, anything at all) that to
be kind and tolerant is worth an
awfui lot of cleverness and virtue.

You have found out how true it

is that it isn’t what happens to

you that matters so much as the
way you deal with it, and if your
job is a home and family you have
realised that a shabby house with
love and laughter in it is worth a
heap of palaces.

And when you get sick to death
of housework and its endless re-
petition of chores you'll have
gained wisdom enough to weigh
that against the fact that you have
created a little fortress that will
withstand the sieges of illness or
hard times.

Now for some practical advice
to the forty-ish housewife. If you
use make-up, put it on before you
start your work. A well-applied |
lipstick can help get the fire |
cleaned out more quickly and |
more efficiently. Just you try itj
and see!

Try to be tidy, always. A “sweet
disorder in the dress” (or the!
hair) is not for the over-forties.
If you have a hair-do that suite |
you, stick to it.

Don’t worry about the lines in
your face. If you use your face
you can’t avoid lines. Anyway,
they tell a story and it’s probably |
an interesting story.

So you see, whether fat and
fuzzy, or lean and lank, you can
enjoy being forty.—L.E.S.



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TO-NIGHT AT 8.30 O'CLOCK

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PLUS HALF HOUR VARIETY PROGRAMME

— With —
THE MILTON QUARTETTE
— And —

REPEAT PERFORMANCE

For the Benefit of the Visiting Cricketers
LOCAL TALENT ON PARADE
(New Stars) ® ’
and Music by Barbados’ First All Star Band —

On SUNDAY, February 5th, 8.30 p.m

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| } so i :
: ye M{ ne

At length the strange conversation
finishes and the stranger turns to
Rupert. * Now, little bear, we deal
with you,” he says. ** You ask tor
Sailor Sam, You want to see him?
Very well, | think perhaps you goto = grass down the slope, and through
join him. von that’s a very good ths wood until t reach the cleasé

a

idea, But we take no ing where stands catavan,
ALL RIGHTS RESRBVED



chances that you run away. Eh?”*
And getting some bits of thim rope
he ties up Rupert’s wrists
ankles. Then he binds his arms to
his sides and, picking him up
his arm, he strides away over the










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ALLIED ARTISTS Present - -
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“BETRAYED”

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By kind permission of the
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THE POLICE BAND

Under the direction of Capt.
Raison, A.R.C.M.

will give a
-VARIETY CONCERT

at the
DRILL HALL

on
WEDNESDAY 8th FEBRUARY

at 8.30 p.m,

In aid of the Rifle Association's

BISLEY FUND
ADMISSION 1/6
Tickets on Sale at

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properly —and to keep them in good order —
use Dodd’s Kidney Pills. Dodd’s Kidne
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Eagle Lion Films presents:

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4

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~
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ee ee ane as
hy a ha
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the marriage, which will be called
a “romance.”

A Neat Arrangement
ERE’S richness. A French
friend sends me a quotatiort
from Izvestia. It is a claim that
wheat can turn into rye in certain
areas, and Lysenko,



who makes

the Israeli to the Jordan-held part
of Jerusalem every fortnight,
with provisions for a lion in the
University Zoo.” If the convoy is
attacked, it may start a World
Animal War.

Tail—Piece

HE B.B.C. robot technicians,
which will “detect any un-
wanted noise,” will have the

the claim, says that this “con- busiest job in Europe, comments
firms Stalin’s teaching on dia- jolly Jack Hopkins, with a light



tainment.

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The Club Morgan Orchestra and PETER
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DANCE § :
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rested TO-DAY, SAT, MON., WEP,, at T302®
The Women’s Canadian 4
Club The M.G.M. Detective Story
a “SCENE OF THE CRIME
Saeed CRenttines Starring VAN JOHNSON — GLORIA D® HAVE
~- Of a TOM DRAKE

SATURDAY, Feby 1th

— at —
The MARINE HOTEL
a
Bridge, Games of
ance and

All the usual attractions,









Terror, Mystery and Romance

ROYAL THEATHE

SUN., TUES., at 8.30 pam
NO SHOW TO-DAY

The Republic double
BILLE ELLIOTT in

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gaTURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1950

| Will Widen Two Battle |
‘YictoriaBridge | For Ingrid’s |
‘‘Roberto os

PAGE THREE



THE BARBADOS APVOCATE i









: ridge which was{
y The Victoria Bridge wh

rs recent stormy }
n the recent ES | .
gaaee aa repaired, may be} / |B S
| weatnet 7 ) A
f widen? rector of Highways and} @ From page 1 = 4 py ®t 4 =
te rt told the “Advocate” | Dr. Lindstrom had already “made —

? : ates can
a » that no estima S

pypestercasy until the coming finan- |
be oY anwhile the project }

it clear”

that he would want to |
keep the

young child.





ee
y +hey said that cab! ad ¢ i
me ui ) cables had al-

cal ye? -onsideration . ready bee C |
; iving cons €aay een exchanged between |
is rece! the two

, men’s lawyers, making
claims for the young Roberto.
This lawyer discounted reports |
that Dr. Lindstrom might contest
the paternity of

Three Vehicles
Collide















fi ot = child, .

aus! © said that there seemed to i

The motor hh ame te aa between Dr. Lind- :
= M.1049 wejlision which occurred getter. hie neal who met to- iF
@ in @ Mom and the lorry M.933| § 1 1 iss Bergman on the iP
F between them ot about 4.15 p.m,| 2S!and of Stromboli nine months i
ae NO one Was injured. A Swedish star was . ‘i
. - a so- + i # ‘ > . + . . . i > : . at

Tine bus is the progenies Oe In the meantime, yous, Tas e+ All that’s wrong with the Tory Shadow Cabinet is that it’s just a group of political pigmies.” Ha
h fi Co. and a t berto” is the legal 7 ss att ta
tiore! Bus bei d C is e legal son of Dr. He
was being driven ; . SS See ey a etn re

ite ealleyne of Paynes Bay,| J 'ndstrom and will registration | B G. G ks ff , |
] - TheJorry is owned . .&Stration . i (0 SKS “| > 4 | ath he
Bs tres tring ariven by Orcar| ,ghe) sald that Miss'Bergman| "> GOVernor As mpire Games France May Buy ritish Atom i
: Ivy, St. Michael, |? : rant the hospita itize . / a
Mie car. ihe property of Lisle} aowyereg Toms decorated “win! Citizens To Aid Toda Wool From Leak Charge “|
E tl Pies wae Welt ved creton, which were this ; y m
Eginbs of Hope, St. Lucy, was be-} nie bathed in sunlight, The Flood Victims , 8 '

South America

Nar driven by the owner. A white bow, denoting a male h : : j
ing birth, to-day hung on one of the Swen toeiee a



Barbs yous respondent) : ‘ iu 4
; . clinic drapes. From Miss Berg. GEORGETOWN 3 Re 3. Canada was to-day nominated PORT ELIZABETH, Feb. 3. the United States on. February
Negligent Driver man’s apartment upstairs came His Excellency ‘the Goveiner by the Board of Empire Games France may buy wool from , "

South America, {ns 1945.
Se ee Fuchs, who answered the

magistrate’s questions with a
slight American accknk, twas
described as a British citizen,

the thin wailing of a child.
_Friends of Miss Bergman and
Film Director, Roberto

: 5 i eet roning ~ederation as the venue for the
Sir Charles Woolley this evening 1954 Games.
made a broadcast appeal to citi- T eit oih by
‘ilm Rossel-|zens to contribute urgently ani ,, PIS decision : retaed 07
lini, said to-day the baby would generously to the Central Flood ‘®® General Assembly who con-
be called Roberto. Relief Fund which was opened {med ‘it unanimously. ;

The hospital nurses, English] by Mayor Vibart Wight of George. The manager of the Canadian

Africa, to help overcome her
unfavourable balance of pay-
ments with the Union, the French
Ambassador, A. Gazel, said in an
interview here today.

was



| Must Pay 10/-

A. Browne of Black
gel fined 10s. to be paid in

++. the sharpest edge in the world!







































| sfault seven , ; ; ae i An American investigation into
ae ays ment ‘vy His Wor.| @d_ French-speaking nuns, de-| town, Fetes ne nee aan SW 69,000,000" Me a 2 re Mand the leak of Atomic Bomb secrets
a7 ‘1S0. A = Say} * i avir enj the > rms ic - a0, f A o rool, é alll = een 2
ur. A. McLeod when he ee = child as a blue-eyed ‘The Governor headed the list ie ean a Se = bg eet ic {5,000,000 worth of other goods '© Russia led to the arrest of rade Enquiries to: T. Geddes Grant Limited
ship oa “guilty of driving the aoe a about eight pounds with| with $150.. In his broadcast he °% that Canada lad been oe from South Africa, which im- Klaus Fuchs, the Federal Bureau |
ear M.2022 on Roebuck "Th hair, : 1, | announced that the entire district ‘he Games: He said that it a ported: oleh & quarter of this Of Imvestigation — America “G-
without due care and atten-| o munaee oni that the child | administration, including ail local Probably be a close fight ores amount from France. Man” organisation — announced
ersons using the same sded mot mother’s side in a| authorities, Social Assistance De- Toronto, Hamilton, Montreal an¢ The Ambassador said that the today.
tion for pers hooded cot of padded white | t g : ittees Vancouver on the selection of the ,. “ether oe
street. ‘ silk etn emer, ee. committees *0n here the Games would be French Government was very The State Department said
me offence was committed on Sux, Vieil Specially set up, have been virtu- City, where the Games wou “ coneerned, and that prospects 4 at Fuchs worked on an atomic
December 3. si igil Ended ally turned into a whole-time re- held, and ad ed that he did net for 1950 were even worse. be- 7 — i. — United States | WwW ‘H F
nisianae ‘an ne fespital announcement of| lief organization with the local expect any decision on this to be cause of the South African — = ses ai mame eee ae | 5 c Ox
d B ' og = birt , W hich took place last} Government Commissioner at the made for about five months. import restrictions. “The answer ie ok Gin odin de Brit-|
Daerwoo r ng night, ended a fifteen hour vigil head as Flood Relief Commission- perhaps lies in South America, be yiernngre ; im Pp ith th f
for journalists who, though told er. particularly Argentine which is ain’s atomic scheme wit at o a ot
cian about the event by friends of . ’ A" 2 . af os 4 a laboratory Director.
assengers 2 ion ay itl nds: Other Government Depart- An lican Convent purchasing large quantities of ;
18 jo leis ae » mpnan ues Rossellino ments also wrote in to co-ordinare ~ & , goods from France,” he said. Usually well-informed officials is universally acknowledged to
oe reuns Ptresh fruit ane dontanetthn, #oneh sie gage reamixes ton both short-term ‘and Commissioned ee sacteels ties in ana lias Sa have been the father of mod
wood” brought fres ae ae St ant thea : vc eum: 4, | long-term relief. The Governor - involved two specific atomic leaks ve been the Jather of modern = Hay
guts, copra and Seater ohaealie eaten atondbe ae tue ‘h*) said that the flood shortage was For Service to Russia, one in the United photography. Though he did not ms
and st. lL a yes Ach) tS i . ‘ P . met cite al al sibilities ‘ 2 in| . ‘ oe i
te the 55-ton schooner “Felicia The clinic, standing in a ain ae siuuaaar a France Faced mg mt a a oat ” St de lie a
Monica” brought firewood and | secluded, tree-lined street in the plies wane called’ fir thorn han GEORGETOWN oo the Mail) England in a , take the first photograph, he | if
British Guiana. shade of Musollini’s ol : ; aa, SRORGE N, B. G. (By Mai y vey : i Ea is i
SEMI “yemengers, came upj}the villa Ornamta was ‘teneded ada, he appealed to farmers in the The Community of Anglican With Crisis invented the Calotype process, (iil
: 2 S cE a a a, as s ci alia ar . ee ae tig 2 ay
fyith the “Daerwood”. One of| by an army of newspaper re- taery nation aor ae Nuns of the Convent of the Good PARIS, Feb. 3. Ar entine Labour which made it possible for any Me
ikem, Christopher Cox, returned} porters and photographers and ish S and increase their produc- Shepherd mae a commis- M Georges Bidault’s three ~* s : | ' i
h . wre came fr: or reds 4 ‘ s »d the Bish f Guiana ue * ; . . or of positives or pritts’”’ Os
bom Aruba. The others came from | bombarded by hundreds of tele Sioned by r€ ishop 9 months old Coalition Govern- > number of positives or“ y ee
Lucia and St. Vincent. phone calls, but lips inside thx Ss » Not C leted for work in British Guiana on ment is faced with a political I roblems Settled ; a ne
Phe “Daerwood” is leaving port | villa were sealed. { Th urvey Not Complete Sunday night in the presence otf crisis. The French Socialist Party to bemade from a single negative, iid
pm Sunday for St. Lucia, St. Vin-| There was no comment from|, The survey of the damage done 4 | POORPOTANCR: Me Sb oe welded: +e aatniele | tke BUENOS AIRES, Feb. 1 Itison thisprocess thatall modern
t, Grenada and Aruba. Dr. Peter Lindstrom, the actress’s| 15 "ot yet completed but the Gov- George's Cathedral, Georgetown. Soci list Minister : fror the Labour problems which caused | so Sprocess tat au mod
rel) a é A 7 . "i ‘ in : . Peocialis I sters n ‘ * “pe | }
F The Schooner Owners’ Associa- | husband, and none expected. He ®rnor stated that the Bill to the 1e Bishop addressing the con- Praneh Cabinet serious strikes in the Argentine photography has been built
tion are agents of both vessels, had last seen his wife last May, botoniy will certainly ee. OPP! gr sation after the ceremony ap~ *'yy" Bidault later went to sce MM industry late last year were ee a , satay
wie » AS ar ;.|Many hundred of thousands « sale the f ray ths : settled last night when Govern-/} ,, 2 » rrse 00, Fox pot was a man with remarkably wide iugey
when he ‘visited her and Ros-| : pealed to the faithful to pray that 4). President of the Republic 8 ; | Born at Melbury in Dorset in 1800, Fox Talbot was a man with rema Y
sellini in Italy after the news| ollars. The Governor’s appeal was ‘the jivos and the works of the ;7° _ *Tesider ated ld him Ment authorised wage increases | . a } ‘
Put On Bond For of her romance with the Italian|@ddressed to Guianese at home Nunc “may be always to the nag Arial ger ae? . ranging between ~ on ee | Though primarily amathematician, a subject inwhich he took an honours degree at Ce
; : ¢ abros ; + be aaa na. mht a fe that his Government wi ot re- Yara t will absor' % .
Director and abroad. Donations must b« greater Glo: f God. : : Governmen R doe les . + Te ! itt Sal ce
F d. | t Conversion rr ee —Reuter. | sent to the Town Clerk, George- The Rieti of the local Con- S!8n_ but will ask for a vote of of the increase and the remainder | University in 1821, he was also a chemist, a botanist and a philologist. Heespoke
rauduien town, for the Central Relief Fund vant’ Comorian ee Shatin Su erior COMfidence to-morrow must be borne by the sugar com- French I cotld: edad Gee Hebrew, Gaelic, Welsh, Polish, Wet a
EDSON HARRIS of Grosvenor or to Barclay’s Bank Georgetown. anq Binisa ‘Sisters. The er. The announcement of the panies. The authorities, further- | “rench, and could read German, Hebrew, CGuelic, Welsh, Polish, Wendish (an
Road, Carrington Village, was put | 7 = Fi b T St 4 Cash donations must be sent. to ment of Commission was read by Socialist withdrawal a ae ane ene ome anes: | Stay cote language) and Russian. With Sir H ry Rawlinson, he was a pioneer tran
fa bond for six months in the ao/- ine oO ay the Town Clerk, but contributions the Chancellor of the Diocese, “ abinet was made _ by M. Jean tion Or — a 8 : | ? one , ; '
nof £5 yesterday when he ap- | of foodstuffs, clothing and medi- Barbados-born Hon Frank Biodini, French Secretary of , — nr as Sugar PrO- | sf the Assyrian Cuneiform inscriptions, His mathemasical attainnents ea
. ee Be han fr,| oT His Worship Mr. | Police eee of District “C” Sadeiaaenn Gabaanes hes . serene, eo es rae it was | Fellowship of the Roval Society in 1831, ane he represented the Chippenham Divisi
. } : r . ° 3, : yn, which delivered into the safe seeping of S r

yesterday remained in force when
a case he adjudicated went before
Their Honours of the Assistant

was found guilty of fraudu-
converting $5.50 belonging |
Christina Broomes to his own

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Broomes said she gave Harris} lor and Mr. H. A. Vaughan, Prop- ony who have had wartime W.V.S, : ackache Ki ne § fraine woe e
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te 2/- and a penny in the bus| given. ‘ Organizations to report to the Red mee tie |
Sand in Probyn Street to buy two His Worship Mr. Harper had Cross headquarters. ee ; ns din pete nifzot rere wu c-sorte, Gee Lip Hosters ecarenarede and hundreds oi nilacity of toll)
§ of coals for her | fined Joseph Springer of Sher- Rain did not fall as much to- DAR ES SALAAM, Feb. 3. ness, Backache, Leg Pains, $ n Ankles, No Benefit—No P, }
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one Yr ¢ é é/- Sts, ys rk "e ‘tion 3 ' e . .
ls to her ne never al- | and costs. He had founc 1M | city showed a marked reduction, ,olice opened fire after severa} {te Your time, Kidney Trouble is the true cess acids. Quickly, this makes you feo.
Pred him to keep money for her. | guilty of having stolen cane fod-|put there are no definite signs | © Openea fire after several eause. like new again. And so certain are the |
——___.____ 4 tr, Hothersal Plantation Food pele - hundred rioter nad attacked a Wrong foods and drinks, worry, colds or makers that Cystex will satisfy you com-
01 : jder from Hothersa antation.| vet that the weather is chanving police truck in Dan Es Salaam overwork may create an ‘excess of acids | Netely ther ash sete een under a money
TERER FINED 20]- | The fodder was the property of Emergency squads are still keep- ~ Dockers have een on strike ora,plate a Tanto Cree tones back Euarantes, You be the Judge. If not i
Norman Forde of King Edward| Mr. E. M. Taylor. ing day and night vigil along con- here since Wednesday. A white Properly purity your blood and maintain | Ontirely satisfies Ppkn eae “ve? Yo ww li enjoy these
awas fined 20s. in one month servancy and creek dams in 1n police officer was seriously jn- 2estth and energy. @| Cystex (Sian-tex) conts little at chemists * . 8
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concerts of recorded music, the Director as a question as you have asked don’t want since control. Free Mr, Grocer: It is up to my cus- en = oe arte to local agents all
: ; oe tian 4 vwicit | it before, but I agree it is puzzling. enterprise studies the wants of tomers, too. Thanks for the in-| -jngj ntry Windle’s telephone rarely stops
of the Regional Library aiter a visit The workers have not asked for the consumers. I am glad to tell formation, Mr. Cube. pee . 5
a assisted in the addition of nearly four t any more than the housewife. you that at last paper isno longer Mr. Cube: Thank you, Mr. ou want a speaker on February 20?” he says
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Saturday, February 4, 1950



First In Readers

THE REPORT of the Public Librarian
for the year ending March 1949 throws
much light on the working of an institu-
tion which brings great credit to Barbados.
There are few figures but such as there
are show that there is a large reading

a aie PARTY INTEND TO NATION- nationalised industry that you price? factual, precise, with a dry humour and a face
public in this island. | ALISE SUGAR? cremate Mr."Cube: I can only say tha | ideally’ built for a poker player, Morgan Phillips
The circulation department issued, Mr. Cube: They say it’s be- Mr. Grocer: What about qual- everything that has been nation- | looks like a civil servant who is on his way up.

according to the report, 184,364 books dur-
ing the year and of these 41.45% were
non-fiction. The Librarian draws from this
fact the conclusion that readers are be-
ginning to appreciate the regulation which
allows them to borrow two books at one
time, instead of one in the past, if one
book is fiction. Under these conditions the
report shows an increase of nearly two
thousand additional readers for the year,
and this made the grand total of registered
borrowers 18,990. The Juvenile Department
with 6,538 borrowers had an additional
registration of 1,147 and issued 52,762 books
during the year.

The opening of a Branch Library in
Speightstown and seven deposit stations
tell of the widening of the scope of the
work and the endeavour to carry library
facilities to those who for one reason or





(With Apologies To Maurice Winnick)

(Mr. Cube answers twenty
questions (with the help of Tate
& Lyle) put to him by Mr. Grocer.)

Mr. Cube: Heard the news?

Mr. Grocer: What about?

Mr. Cube: They want
‘nationalise me!

Mr. Grocer: Cube sugar?

Mr. Cube: All sugar!

Mr. Grocer: Now for questicn
No. 1.

WHY DOES THE LABOUR

to

cause they want to keep the cost
of living steady and low. This is
a difficult reason to understand

| because neither you nor your cus-

tomers grumble abgut the price
of sugar. Incidentally, the refin-
ers’ profits are small—.a pound of
sugar would only be 1/28th of a

| penny cheaper if the shareholders

received no dividends.
Mr. Grocer: Question No. 2. It

| has been said that you are a

monopoly you know. Is that true?
Mr. Cube: Monopoly? Defin-
itely No! We are not even on the
list for investigation by the Mono-
polies Commission. Tate & Lyle
do 53% of Britain’s sugar con-
sumption but there are five other
refining firms apart from the
British Sugar Corporation, with
whom we have no connection.
Mr. Grocer: Is there anything
to prevent other companies enter-

| ing the industry?

Mr. Cube: NO—there isn’t.
Mr. Grocer: There’s no price
ring, is there?

Charles. Wintour

FROM a crowded basement in Transport House

» per Case 648

nationalisation of the industry
affect me?

Mr. Cube: Well, first of all,
the great majority of sugar which
you sell is delivered straight to
you from a ry or from the
stock which your local wholesaler
always keeps ready. Sometimes
sugar is sold to the public on the
same day that it is packed at the
Refinery. I do not think you would
get the personal service with a

ity? Would your sugar still be the
finest in the world after nation-
alisation ~tea

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Mr. Cube:
at other nationalised industries I
don’t think it would. Tate & Lyle
have a very small administrative
staff but every man knows his job.
You can’t afford to carry any

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i cributed to the nation every day. That is half a ton
Mr. Grocer: Let’s have 2 '€-/an hour of Socialist posters, leaflets, manifestos,
cap: sugar refining is not 2 MOnv- | proad-sheets, labels and what~ . :
poly. Prices are steady and low \ "The men who write the pamphlets sit upstairs in
No one questions the efficiency o.| ne offices which the Socialist Party rents from
the industry. Neither housewive 1 [Union
nor the workers have asked for | ‘And in the biggest office with the largest desk on
nationalisation. And from my'which there are the fewest papers sits 47-year-old
point of view, ity and service | Morgan Phillips, the Party Secretary.
aA bok nals ten nationali-| He is a Welshman from Aberdare, but there is
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alised has cost more. If the)
nationalise sugar I suppose the)
might try to cover rising costs of
production through bureaucrac>
by cutting even your profit or
putting up prices.

But his background is unlike that of any civil
servant I know, and he wields more political power
than any of them. In fact, he is probably the most
influential man, outside the Cabinet; in Britain

to-day.

| IN THE PITS

> HE was born in the constituency which Keir
Mr. Grocer: Would nationalisa- | Hardie represented.

tion interfere with my supplies? 1} At 14 he went down the pits, at 19 he was un~-

don’t like to let my customers! employed, at 21 he was president of the local

down, you know. : : | miners lodge, leading a hunger march across the
Mr. Cube: I think supplies} mountains to Merthyr, and before he was 25 he

would be threatened. Mr. Busta- | won a scholarship to the National Labour College.

mante— : The miners organised a penny collection to buy
Mr. Grocer: The West Indian} him a decent suit of clothes and some shoes.

After working his way up in the Socialist Party
Mr. Cube: Yes, that’s him. He| organisation, he was given a majority of two over

says that if nationalisation be-} Maurice Webb whén the National Executive was

comes a reality he will call &\ choosing a successor to Jim Middleton as Socialist

strike of the sugar workers. If he| Party Secretary in 1944.

did that ii would have a disastrous Jim Middleton had kept comparatively in the

effect on the supplies from the! background. Morgan Phillips, recalling that of the

West Indies, and it might mean| only other two secretaries in the party’s history—

a loss of 18% weeks ration for the | MacDonald and Henderson—one had become Prime

whole country. Minister, arid the other Foreign Secretary, moved
Mr. Grocer: That sounds very| to the front of the political stage.

serious. _ As an ex-officio member of the National Execu-
Mr. Cube: And that’s not all !| tive, he shaped policy. Today, as a member of the






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Mr. Cube: No. passengers in your shop, anéd we The free enterprise of = Socialist — a he is one of the key ;
: : > i Itv in Mr. Grocer: Does the Labour can’t afford to carry any passen- sugar refiners is busy developine| men in putting it across the nation, (it is worth
another might experience difficu t Party want to nationalise sugar gere in our refineries. You can’t our supplies of sugar from) toting that the only two members of this committee
reaching the headquarters in Bridgetown. | }ecause the Government subsi- say the same about nationalised Empire sources so we can save) who are not there in an ex-officio capacity are jour- Phone To-Da
But this is not the end and as if to notify dises it? industries. Yes, I am pretty cer- dollars. Already my firm has! nalists—Michael Foot and Mrs. Eirene White.) ¥ ;

the general public that “the sky is the
limit,” the Librarian writes significantly:
“More deposit stations are being considered
and plans have been made to expand the
service to the country schools.”

But if the merit of the work done at the

ae ae ; fats and other food—the only for high prices. But they are enterprise away, I can’t see much He makes it his job to read every national news-
Public Library lay in its intrinsic value and | subsidy for sugar in this country ignorant. They think that free hope for increasing supplies of paper each day, beginning with the Daily Herald s rs
is to be measured by the cultural and edu- | goes to the farmers to encourage enterprise grocers should be Empire sugar. | and ending up with The Times or Manchester 7 pecials

cational influence on the members of the
community, appreciation comes from an

Mr. Cube: That can’t be the
reason, Sir. As Dr. Edith Sum-

, merskill stated in November, 19456

cane sugar refiners receive no
subsidy whatever. Apart from the
normal domestic subsidy on sugar
—which goes to your customers
as in the case of meat, cheese,

sugar beet growing.
Mr. Grocer: So far so good. The
next question is a bit personal.

tain the quality would suffer.

Mr. Grocer: Do you think the
distribution of sugar can be im-
proved?

Mr. Cube: I think all the
people in the distribution chain
are doing a grand job. There are
people who blame the shopkeeper

reorganised. I think that efficient
service should be left well alone.
Mr. Grocer: Packets are a bit




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40,000 tons a year. This will help When I saw him the other day Morgan Phillips
speed the day when sugar ration-| was studying the Press reports of the Socialist mani-
ing in Britain can end, but if} festo. “I don't think the misrepresentation is more
nationalisation causes a strike ir | than usual,” he said. “On the whole we’ve had a
those parts and frightens free| very good Press.

THis committee is now being wound up, which
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| “This is the production period”, he said. “I have

Mr. Grocer: Nor I. Then

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unexpected quarter. Private individualis Mr. Grocer: Who owns Tate & if sugar was nationalised? aay | vert +

have been making presentations of num- | Lyle? Mr. Cube; I don’t see how. mr. Grocer: That sounds like 6 ae the ners for printing. : MANX OYSTER STOUT ver bot. oe,
rous books to the Library and according Mr. Cube: There are 17,000 Tate & Lyle have ordered a large pad book-keeping to me. | prob ey cram en tne campaign develops, he will! Ren CHERRIES IN SYRUP, 15-07. tin 1).

ree POCkS Se se ee . shareholders—people from all number of packing machines which jr. Cube: I agree. Any mor?| ae y start speaking. J E RED CHERRIES IN SYRUP. 30 02. OR, ¢) 03a

to the published report it shows an interest | walks of life. are arriving now. Special packing quentionnt gree. 3 FP e result? It is too early to be precise, but I PALETHORPE’S MEAT ROLL game = . ess 00 ce Se

in and gives encouragement to the work. Mr. Grocer: Are sugar workers depots have been planned and one “ Mr, Grocer: Yes; if I think| oni eae we shall win. We shall win.” He said PRUNES IN SYRUP, per tin... ...........eseeela

a ee eo ‘ happy in their jobs? is under construction. Building nationalisation of sugar is a bad eS WS aerate, salahng nis Seeey - little. % VIENNA SAUSAGES 5 er b t. a
The work of the Public Library has been Mr. Cube: 50% of Tate & licences take a long time to get thing—what can I do about it?! - T asked him what he would do in the event} seInz 57 SAUCE oe OL, rece re vneeess 2 Be

given the requisite fillip by two institutions Lyle’s employees have been with but we shall get the packets to | Mr. Cube: You have the last | oe eee eyelids Rickered momen-|% ANCHOVY SAUCE oe bets. ho. 3 sen ve %

a oe rere yet aie enk them for 15 years or over. They you in spite of bureaucratic word. Sir, though you've only| “ ay, and he said so’ tly, “I shall stay here.” he . DOt. eee eect renee eee ET

cee Oe ee ms haven’t had a strike since the lethargy. asked 16 questions. If you want to! },. very different personality to Morgan Phillips is i

tural improvement of the people of this

island. The British Council has given the ot cate Mr. Cube: You have only t you have done in the past it's UP| secretary of the organisation department
; lise sugar: . s Mr. ube: ou Nave only been to you t- see that sugar is taken ake area th ki . . bS59909SSSSSSSSO565 si iiaaacadial
greatest co-operation by staging open alr Mr. Cube: I won't count that obliged to take the size of bag you off the list for State control. > ging the speaking tours of leading ws POSSSSOOS

hundred volumes, and a member of. the
local staff was given six months training in
librarianship at the Regional Library. Or
the other hand the encou
adult education |
demand by students of





public for acclaim.
done quietly and with the minimum of
publicity but there are occasions when that
work is refiected in the outlook of the peo-

ple of the community in which they have

Corinne=The Gl
Nazis Changed=Nearly Came

General Strike of 1926.
_Mr. Grocer: Then why nation-

Mr. Grocer: How would the

paupers’ ward of a Paris hospital.

She was spurned hy her native

| France for making frie. ds among

the Nazi High Command. She was
friendless, penniless. And she was

| barely 29 years old.

Mr. Grocer: What about 2-cwt.
bags? My girls can’t hump those.

controlled and we can forge ahead

Then the shadows lengthened
over Europe. Germany struck ana
France fell. Father Luchaire and
his schoolgirl daughter chose a
sombre part.

sicitiaun a Star The

burly, white-haired, cheerful 62-year-old Dick

go on serving your customers aS} Windle, National agent of the Socialist Party and




STANSFELD, SCOTT & CO., LTD.






to one caller “That’s a bit close to polling day. Most
of them will be going back to their constituencies
y then. But we’ll have a go.

Windle is purring with satisfaction. “I have never
known a time when the party was responding so
effectively and so efficiently in its preparatory work.”

How many speakers has he got? “We are not
| short of speaking talent. And we do not employ one

Grocer,



| Announcing...

THE RECENT ARRIVAL OF |



professional propagandist, not one.”
i tute for books to assist Windle has been organising elections for nearly
¢ : PARIS, (By Mail). Back At Merano, in the Austrian | 30 years. As a result of his experience he was chosen
ae studies. A ONCE brilliantly pretty film Tyrol, Allied counter-Intelligence | 85 British representative on the United Nations com- e
ye Educational and cultural institutions are star who, said the enthusiastic agents caught up with them. | mission to observe the Greek elections in 1946. 66 2
Bg ; Se dekidn ‘itees: Seton tia fans just before the war, “had The pretty girl was handed over| He suddenly found himself an expert on Greek rincess
mM ; not among those which come : fore a everything,” has died in the by Rr. M. MaeColl to the French, and thrown into a | “ffairs, went there six times in 18 months on one
7 heir work must be

prison—with bars. Her father was | Commission or another,

shot as a. traitor. }

| INTELLECTUALS

In The Dock | MORGAN PHILLIPS and Windle are both party
stalwarts of long standing. The other two key fig-

IN 1946 came Corinne’s turn. | ures in the 100 strong Socialist Party staff at Trans-

Even spectators who had come to | port House come from the intellectual wing of the

Refrigerators



em 3) ' Tat dae i. leek ee ba hiss her in court were silenced by | party. * q
a laboured. This is now the case with the ' She was Corinne Lucheire, who To the horror of patriotic the terrible change in her as she| Denis Healey, the 32-year-old tweedy secretary Size 5 cu. ft. “f
Fi Barbados Public Library. Barbados, thanks | at 17-starred in “Prison Without Frenchmen, Jean Luchaire was walked into the dock. She was | of the international department, author of such for- A
oe to that work, has the reputation of main- | Bars,” and, having scored a hit appointed Minister of Informa- gaunt and haggard. A bright spot| «ign policy pamphlets as Cards on the Table and Sealed Units
Ma) 2s an eee eee cc ete , | in France, was asked to go to tion and Propaganda in the Vichy of unhealthy colour glowed in| Feet on the Ground, went from Bradford Grammar

taining the highest percentage of readers a | Hollywood to do an English ver- Government — as the Frencn each cheek. She was racked by | School to Balliol where he took a double first in

any West Indian community. The merit ol sion with British Herbert Marshall Goebbels. coughing, 5 age Guacqntne



the work done and the sacrifice which must
be made by individual effort is to be appre-
ciated when the achievement cost the Goy-
ernment no more than eleven cents per
head of the population.

The 1949 Report of the Public Library is
an enlightening document, a record of wor k
done in an institution which does credit to
Barbados.



oo lavished j ts C ut} Head of their department is ki Arth Bax
wealth oa Tr a ae ; re on. Gormes. Ara: ood a te oon out existence 7 who has a taste iv aaeon eet bat does an
ia er . ‘ : a ean Luchaire an e “eter . 1 ; i i A ;
Britain Knew daughter became inseparables. Schoolgirl” fled with them = efficient job despite this unnecessary distraction. DIAL 3878

Sir William Askers, head of the Atomic
Section of the Department of Scientific
Research from 1941 to 1946, said at Man-
chester yesterday that Britain had known
about the hydrogen bomb for a long time.
“There was no need for an Americen
Senator to make details of the bomb known
to the world recently. We already knew the
theory of the bomb.”



acting opposite her.

Father And

Daughter

CORINNE LUCHAIRE’S was no
rags-to-riches romance. For her
father, Jean Luchaire—whom she
adored—was a rich French busi-
nessman. Corinne was born when
he himself was only 17, and he

Corinne’s success in films was
immediate. Even without her
father’s money behind her, she
would have made good with her
@tace, charm, and_ ethereailly
school-gitlish good looks.

“She is the eternal schoolgir!,”
wrote one critic. “She is the young
daughter that any father of a
family would be proud to claim
as his own.”



OUR READERS SAY:





Corinne herself started a life of
easy friendships with such Nazi
bigwigs as von Ribbentrop and
Otto Abetz, German wartime
“ambassador” to France, who ‘s
now serving a long-term prison
sentence,

Corinne lived high. It was a life
of adulation and luxury cars, no
rationing—she used to dine with
her friends at smart Paris restaur-
ants for £75 a head—and endless
champagne.



Today's Thoughi

I FIND the great thing in
this world is not so much
where we stand, as in what
direction we are moving.

— Oliver Wendell Holmes.

me and Greats.

; } e@ was a major in the Enginee i

In her prison-with-bars she had | Still retains a teeta bien on 2 —

calveans ¢.R: | Speaking four languages fluently he now spends

me he was condemned to 10 years | much of his time abroad. In the past 12 months he Lock in Handle

- national indignity” and set } ig Italy eneen’ a Canada, the United q

. States, France, ium, and Germany. ini i i

gue aut days continued. My chaperone, pretty Joyce Worley ioe the Press Finished White with Blue acenenae

Me _ indignity meant that | Department, had some difficulty in securing my ‘

a . orinne’s civic rights were| next appointment. While we waited in a corridor she

taken away, and all her property} told me that the Press Department is answering, on

= for the most meagre per- | an average, 30 inquiries an hour.

sonal trinkets. | She shares the work with grey-haired Moily Beil
who has been in Transport House for over 20 years.

High Efficiency Insulation





Without a passport and without |

| CAUTIOUS
realy there had been talk} FINALLY I see Michael Young 34-year-old head of the
0 a possible “come-back.” | Research Department and the author of most of the Socialist
Nobody believed it. But when they bontermarters propaganda that will come your way during the
Lowe her slender belong- | A product of the famous progressive school at Dartington
ing after her death they found it) Hall. Michael Young looks as studious and intellectual as
was true. | you would expect, but also possesses a gay sense of humour.
| At present he is engaged in polishing up Press articles and
They found a contract from a So rae rea litth “use wound ae ee
. 4 t | am S require a a a ao
vere Italian director offer- | 1 - eryone gy ee House that I met, he expects
n era . : ia ialist victory, not agree with some of the more
Sib had eaten Not daead tae extravagant estimates which are in circulation. r



6630009

“It will all depend on the campaign’, he said.
contract. Perhaps => cautious Bag sen he spends his evenings out
—London Express Service. creas, Se ee. va is local division of Holborn and St,



a a

To The Editor—The Advocate.
SIR,*-Every West Indian inter-

ested in the British Common-

wealth of Nations knows the name





The True Employer Is The One Who Buys



of the United States. The true
employer was the purchaser, but
no amount of nationalization of







State dependents, looking always
to Government and not to them-
selves for the shaping of their



Bus Terminus
To The Editor—The Advocate.







Cricket Team
SIR,—Kindly allow me to sug-





to do a lot of batting, I would
suggest that Hoad replace “Fof-







PHONE — WE DELIVER:
CEREALS: DESSERTS:












t industry could secure those pur- lives. TR “ gest the following XI to fie” Williams; for our fast attack
of L. S. Amery. I have just read chasers in other countries pon BAJAN IMPERIALIST STR—Everyone knows tha? Barbados in the first gamein tne SPe@theaded by King and Atkin-|% CREAM OF WHEAT DESSERT PO
&@ mewspaper report of a recent whose readiness to buy British i traffic control in Barbados bristles Intercolonial series -_— be ge son, and suppurted by Goddard PUFFED WHEAT Chocolate, .
speech which I would like to see goods our whole national life lity Teil. with problems and we are glad to ‘Thursday Feb , ncinS ana N. Marshall may well war-| PEP Vanilla.
in print bere. depended. Quality Tells co-operate, but the daily usexs of i, batting wa % Phe team iS rant the omission of “Foffie” but|$ QUAKER OATS al
Speaking at Newcastle-on-T:=ie, The Conser : To The Editor,.—The Adv , he bus learn with dismay that “Rg \iacchall. A Tay “Foffie’ has on all occa- : JELLY POWDERS ~
MrnL.S Amery said that assured United te ative policy of a : . vocate. the terminus is to be in Probyn wii.) ete, Taylor, C. Le ions proven himself JUICES: (5) Flavours .
long-term agreements “ith ae Ce Europe enveloped and SIR,—Your excellent emphasis Street ¥8 Walcott, E. Weekes, J. Lucas, aan ik ten. tee «* a ‘ i ws
partners nthe Commenwealtt buttressed by a strong and united 02 quality is supported in &@ May the users of the bu? make C.B. Williams. J. D. Goddard refer the ae j a t crefore I)\ PINEAPPLE JUICE TAPIOCA
t iy nach others meade und commonwealth, was the one per- recent letter to The Times by the a suggestion? The Black Rock (ooPt): N-.Marshall. E. Atkin- P los’? gina’. ‘eam with/S ORANGE JUICE FIGS
o supply ea h other S needs and mment security against the dan- Dirfector of Education in Oxford. buses come int te . ack wock son, E. A. V. Williams, F. King, Boogles shouldering the brunt ‘ 3
Satie onty way fo. a ' ger jo freedom from without and He writes inter alia: reversing would ae Oe ee W. Farmer (12th man). of our slow bowling. D.T.D. * STRONG MINTS PRUNES WwDER Be
employment for rot By .. the danger to freedom “Tt is a narrow-min@ed egalita- for the others to eh the ph ge * I have dropped Hoad, Proverbs . W en! r% BARLEY SUGAR CUSTARD PO ,
Such a. policy was perfectly toe, (Qmmunism within. A nar- rianism which sacrifices quality to be lined up in two rows next t ont wore, 5 Se Sar we seule Rk Maes teed with ceo-)° Goi SAID RUM ”
ae la, Sas petty ae, contracting economy inevi- a spurious equality. It is the garden? en te a— or eee XI for the first sternation, much grief and easel < | & R. BREAD : outs
of closer trade citnflana’ ean ha auiles ky ane ae quality which we need and must There are several factors to be Cae 2 oe on concern, the revelation by Mr. CROWN DRINKS CARR'S SWEET BISt™’ Ge
Europe and with the promotion still further — wal’ daskeree Te ong > ay bs ee coneisered and these concern many $ of our trad whole Socia n amas « : a ortant an equally umcu to people, tourists among ther , Se a “i ain” ha ‘ hs " : en | ee ae 3
a matte t : lu " but be i. a tae ee hope teach « primary school child and (1) Time Many adnan eciinn wa ; oe ee Bay eeeretied to enter, to invade, Sir. | 5 MEAT DEPT. i"
of prioriti« the first priority br " imunism and ‘ + abt bgp a grammar school sixth-former, home breakfast on ‘the a soda ee th ee “ap Call mecred portals of Harrison | 3 TRIPE, LIVER, RABBITS, ie
here and in ¢ 1 f the the poly State f - Coan but tl no argument for paying aftern ee i ; rosy Prag page eth wy = y 8 my wT ee aro ‘ OX TONGUES, SWEET By
‘ i aa 7 a o Mi= i. ” oo : a wae ust are ly ake relat t tne tear er- e voxis n > as! C . 2D . : 6
E h mt take over. Inthe com. (CCF * achers the same It woul the 4.15 ofte: sehen Co a See ae , ae Wann - < : BREADS, BRAINS.
: pl > alist State every , able © claim : ful to prove their w old School oming to? ao ‘ ’ tall ieee
ir he Ceaeeas e ah om Ts oneee Ww is expe ERIC INNISS ‘ Fresh Vegetables P='!y Rr
} lllionth ; eres s ner R conrrant a \ ——————___—___—— a
r nd the highly suiaes surgeon is ® LETTERS which are signed with a nom-de-plunie, but un s COD FILLETS, MACKEREL
i an a — ‘ Se oo ante? bit te accompanied by the customary bona fides, wilh be ignored. 3 p , : — AY
Ki F inte Er t extreme egalitarian has not poe. — me ee Renar 8 Grek coah week, Gnd seeders s Ph ODD ARD S 10-0
fey of oi yet made that, claim.” are again reminded of the necessity for the writer's name * one G L
wt s-d r. ELLS to be known to the Editor, not for publication, but as an }$ ooo
at assurance of good taith. $SFS9SSS9SSS9555995S999 99 SFO S9F o>
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FEBRUARY 4, THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE



jarunDay
| there Was
Bip Sunshine

Jesterday









HERALDS’
CONCERT
TONIGHT

| Buses Go To
Probyn St.

_ ‘Tomorrow










|
WN saw another After today, the familiar’ scen< THE College Heralds, a gré
Seay cay yesverday. as jor buses. parked in Trafalgar’ of from ‘the Caribbea |
Piepst perfect oe ae fir tha square wili be see: more é & College, Maracas, Trini-|
Fe tse prightest day eur a , These buses which occupied this} dad, arrived in the island yester- | wh - lab ‘ C
gark clouds =U) stand for some twenty-five years! day and will give island-wic¢ | OLE 0 sé ) Y | Ss

- vester~
skies yester concerts,
The group

singers

twill now be parked at the new
| terminus in Probyn Street.
Mr. A. B. Skinner, Director of |

e position in the
sweater man”



made up of nine}

really took Barbadians, 2}

five



Honsiaeraticn the arrival of | Highways and Transport, told the| Trinidadians, and the other
; the “Italia” on Atroenatedl alee rah? “Tobe -ds
] oP. that day and |} Aavocate” yesterday that the re-| ‘rom Tobago and Domin
Bees, During Wat day an | ;moval of the buses is the firs; step| There are five soloists—3 bari-

, : ay morning
Ue clock yesterday ing |
re rainfall recorded was |
sith only 7 parts. |
had no rain at |



jin connection with tne rep
of Trafalgar Square .
jtraffic. In that scheme

}
)

iS)
ing | tones, and one tenor and one bass }
| baritone. } |
â„¢

ADD LUXURY TO





drew. They have staged



man yf

that no provision was mide for a] s in Trinidad. }









a
je the Cit) Sos rill | c concerts
fa fhat day, the Station Hi | »us terminus in Trafalgar Square. | ludi one at the Britisa] YOUR B - D R O 0 M
recorded 1 anak ‘ieiderit | He said that at the i.ew termin-| Council, White Hall And this
’ particularly fa returns for ig there were a numer of otive } tour was recommended by t
Begst the ~~ ®00°am:ves~ | trees and it was intenced to erect | British Council Musical Adviser |
ri - actually in. sume" v. shelters for the c nvenience | for the West Indies, Miss Enid
y were Ba 7 a J R ; ae assengers ichards
ee en from 1 to 7 with | ALL TRAFFIC was held up in Swan Street yester day when these bags stopped the flow. Cae dee eto said that he al- ee
Meeption of number 6. ways: khew. the buses. to operat The group was formed two}
4 ns were: C ity 0, Sta- | A . rt St 1 eee Ce Een email shares ha Teafe ies Ce ts oy \ years ag They sing Folk S gs
a reetrict 1, St. George 0, |2 eciden oO Ss ; ye —_ hes erates a ae Neg ro St foe “a acne i
Hal Distric Thomas 4, St - / while another, appayently an old-} Negro Spirituals and Classical
Brie ath h 0 St James = e 5 es n lan { a e er head, remembered when they} 50M&s, but they specialise in
E 3, St. =" i and St Tra 1¢ n used to be parked in front of the| Negro Spirituals§ giving their
BM hese returns are ali]. r ‘ 1 i oe public buildings. Versions
f 7, These returr ’ ‘ d c ns 2 That he said was as far back ay To-night
; sos 1 bs as as far back ax ; 2g
of an inch Sw an Street Ta e Ommissionetr 1924 and in those days there were} The first concert here will | a

not sO many buses, the chief ones
being the Diamond T, The Den-
by, the Reo, and the Fly. As tne
numbers increased the buses were

SECOND Regatta of the

| heard over Radio Distribution \o- |
BY.C. will take place at the |

night and another concert will
given at Wakefield on Wednesx



TRAFFIC going through Swan
ie Club to-day. A few boats | Street shortly after 9.30 yester-

For Union Of S.A.












































































, race e first Re- | gay ni : , tivertec night. On this occas $a |
=a not race in the |day morning, had to be diverted - ght. n this oceasion they \ |
7 eas i ransferred to the Trafalgar stand. | | are } ;
a] be turning out. t because of an accident at the top r ae : . F a ay be accompanied by Miss Vera Re «i, |
oe Class the same boats of the Street ze e THE first West Indian to be offered the post of Honor-} That was about 1925 ana there who also a student of
th - a hg . . amy ne ~ sence er : rr aine. itil > resent y TK zt re ee
Ming, The “Undine”, which | The accident occurred. bétween ary Trade Commissioner for a Dominion is Mr. Thomas B. uy remained until-the present)'¢ 7c. but at.present on holida‘
Moot start in the first, a oe the Buick 8 motor car, X-852, Hull of Messrs. Hull & Son. He was recently appointed r aiiiadinin re, however, dis-| 22 the island. Miss Reid will ; }
eens a Gtogether oats ees aoe aoe in the} Honorary Trade Commissioner in the West Indies for the pleased about this change-over| ‘ree musical “ese With a New... .
e” ‘is altog island on board the M.V. Aro- Union ot South Africa - ‘ - Fas ae Concerts will also be given ai}
Ee _ ce i tutta vin eats a a “ on = and many of them expressed the| the Pls Cinha- ni ‘hy Anke \
; Vagabond”, Sauinh Game = and . pay = . wi hieh owas Mr. Hull told the “Advocate Z view that it was going to incon- sake aise ate ssi Me Me | . "?
: S the “C” Class race in the |;".)2'"5 Polar rom a feed yesterday that nearing the end of venience them a great deal Tre th places. ember
mee S L1ass stopped |wouse to Mr, C. A. Brathwaite’s ‘jast year he extensively travelled yassenger on the Black] 2t.'™e sroup are Roy Hoyte}
Regatia has also pped sore in ‘Roebuck ‘Sttec : 1 One passenger on the Black (Manager), Alfred Boyce. An
ime for the season. It is sold. 7 “Aft “4 hel Se ‘ i r yt Soume Africa, While he Mfr Rock route said that it was bad} wy,” “an, a aawale: A
i and “Folly” will be|,, “ret te incident bags of pol- | Paarl, Headquarters for K.W.V. enough when he had to oft! Ralph Ti Bere, tees |
ii for the first time this se lard ttered all over the products, he received a letter his bus by ‘Harrison's’ "to take — n I hompson (Barbados)
) ze 5 Sig road while the car was parked on from the Department of Com- another one in the square for the Joseph Shillingford (Dom nica) I
- ig still to be one side and the cart on the merce and Industries at Pretoria, General Hospital. With the ter- | ereerala Harris (Tobago), Elvin|}
| ec other j asking him if he would accept the minus at Probyn Street, one coul aoe ana CI bi deashil ‘
f fed *C tg g|. The c ris the property of Mr. | post of Honorary Trade Commis- well understand what his position | “@¢> ] A beautiful range or designs for Single and Double
ie. the first time season | Morris Wexler of Graeme Hall |sioner for the Union in the West would be $3 Alfred: Boyce Beds in Blue, Gold and Peach.
WMeeinvader”, which broke her = at the oe oe the rr it | Indies. . He did not hesitate in ac- Passengers. who travel on the oe is ~e
mitecaming out of | #25 ven Sedwyn Phillips of | cepting the honour. Lincoln and other buses which| 82 Played ,
fmihoon while coming out of y pling i c : 4incoIn and other uses whic | th SA » { 14 00 $25 00 h
Wey Channel for the First Bec vith Street. The cart is Messrs. Hull & Son, for the past pass Roebuck Street are wonder- | ‘hat School’s \\ rom . to , eac
) js repaired and will be by Mr. C. ‘ : 16 years, have been and are still ing whether bus stops will he} ~ R
right side of Age for the C o-operative Wine- placed at some convenient spots} it
Bad” and “Olive damaged. growers ssociation of South in the city to allow them to get! 9° , ‘ \)) — Broad Street
ish boats of t : Africa, whose wines are very on and off the bus instead cf/ owe) Years LyZ0 {
Vmewere not ready r the First popular in the West Indian mar- having to go to the terminus BARBADO 5 Zz 4
} : pine hit-tond seal (BARB: S ADVOCAT! x deen
) will be turning out to-day > < Ke | veo ,
j present weather conditions Barbados Rum Mr. Hull left Barbados on No- Y i: ees lap FEBRUARY 4, 1925) LS
) show that there w ll be a | an Pr vember 6 for South Africa. His e *,; a: ‘ i Teo ani “Sihvat 4 “ *
Miest sailing breeze blowing | For Halifax first stop was Trinidad. He left ine Wills Wesleyan Synod BGR Sgn et eae Fae SAA a
imeany yachtsmen were hoping there by K.L.M. on November 10 24 | t_ the James Street ( Animatep OPINIONS
may that it would change. A CARGO of 1,100 puncheons for. Paramaribo, Dutch Guiana, e tr | ° Monday night
; and 1,500 cartons of and on November 15 he left Pa ‘ m rowd gathered
i ae Akenciay | Of mo s and 1,500 cartons of and on Vover t i ,
} wi oe a? ni ‘ ‘8“!rum for St. John, New Bruns- maribo for Dakar where he con- t ew the “Open Se n” wi
pon has a - sad ee oes wick, and Halifax was loaded: on tinued his journey by P.A.A. to ; thoroughly interesting fur
has greatly Ooh ease a san the “Lady Nelson” yesterday. Liberia, West Africa, Belgian i : oO ro ate . The Chairman of the Synod
; rer eS p ae = The “Nelson” has returned from Congo and then to Johannesburg Mr. T. B. HULL Rev, S. N. Hawthorn, pres
iv 10us S an Tttint ra Ras): trian’ ohh ata where he arrive the evening gee! he . . of burse, anc »xpli
Wm half of these attend regular | British Guiana via Trinidad, “ re he : arrived on the evening der and lightning the worst NINE WIGS were admittéed| os oS wy ned ‘ |
} }Grenada and St. Vincent. It of November 16. From there he storm of its kind for 60 years to Probate, and one peti ; Was customary to invite the We |
ngs | . : « 5 at a iad rent t -retoriz 2 r » Cnwe ye : = years é » @ one petition for | jeway 1embers: an there ia
tecent meeting Officers for | brought 92 landing passengers, 80 Went to Pretoria, seat of the Gov- was shared with the inhabitants | Letters of Administration w a members: and others inte |
e intransit passengers, 68 bags of rnment, and then to Salisbury, {of Pretor ; ; : 2 : : . to one of the meeting :
rent year we elected. TREN PERC ORS Emae - de | Bulawayo shd: Victoria Palle ic } of retoria where Mr. Winston | granted by His Honour the Chi | Synod, and to tell then
orion Roach was appointed | Mail, a horse, two dogs and a little Bhuttern Rhodesia a Pais | Churchill was at one time during | Judge, Sir Allan Colly more, at ing of thewe Fi dinar
J i caeell ‘ sia. the ) my F , J | thi f th yo weing carri
Mr. Noel Seale, Secre- | general cargo. | the Boer War kept prisoner and yesterday's sitting of the Court} on in parts of the District,

f D. Croney, | About 9,30 o’clock tonight th 1,000-Mile Trip | making his escape had left a let- | of Ordinary lt


























































tways are their high’y Macpherson and his two sons Ver- |

tens tacit ee ema ort : ee ° Roe tea nS ty the ideas and principles by |
Goulbourne “Nelson” is expected to sail for He later returned from Bula- | ter of thanks for the kind treat- The petition was that of Clar-| jt js taginétined “This is |

and Mr. S. Canada via_ British Northern wayo to Johannesburg where he | ment accorded him, and had also| issn Fedora Gollop of Be the “Open Session” _
it Secretary. Islands and Bermuda. Launches spent many days before leaving | stated that he hoped for a better | Cane Vale, Christ Church, seek-| : eS |
Association hold their meet- | to the ship are scheduled to leave ‘or Paarl. He said that the train | understanding between the Boers | ing Letters of Administration to Our New Postmaster
the first Saturday of every |the landing steps of the Baggage journey from Johannesburg to | and the English in the future.” the estate of her brother, Hilton Mr. H. H, Heath, M
find one will be held to- W arehouse at’ p.p:, 6 p.m. and | Paarl is about 1,000 miles. The Mr, Hull said that he had met 1 L. Gollop, late of Christ Church the Savings‘ Bank nes "been tn
£5.00 p.m. at the British |8 p.m. ee : : train passes through The Karoo, mary business people and secured f The Petitioner was represented pointed Colonial cteateeacten a |

Wakefield. Messrs Gardiner Austin & Co.,! which is the centre for the wool|somé very valuable contacts. ( by Mr. G. H. Adams, instructed | succes to Mr H ae | Says Mr. Whale:
iB 4950 Spring Mecting o Ltd. are t gents. industry in the Union and then Fr He took passage from Capetown | by Mr. W. O. O. Haynes of tl LS¢ y peeites : ibs Collymore ;

em50 pris g Meetin of | on enters Cape Province where the | by the My. Hughli on January 6 | firm of iaynes & Griffith ; ree re ps r ee Seaton one | “IT’S THE STUFF

dos Turf Club was fixed famous vineyards are located }and arrived at Port f-Spain Wills admitted t Probate | :. ne his duties on Mond lt @

y the first prize would Kero wae yi He received.a vary -hearty wele.l\Tanuare 9%. 4 7Orsypain on 8. Samiscec 0. 5 robate | is understood that Mr. J, B. Howell TO SPOUT ABOUT!”

seme I He received a very hearty wel- | January 25. He returned to Bar- | were those of Allan Kennett | 4); Tk he 4 : ‘oa | : ee !

but it is four 1 a s : - : oe ; ; a : ar € suis | Chief Clerk in the Colonial See-

i ; a: \ as ; conse from err: ae and | bados last Sunday evening. | Bynoe, late of Christ Church;| retary’s Office will suc aa Mi
eee CCHINg takes A peutic ese Ko had many interesting motor jour- | Lilian E. Clarke, late of St. | wean ee ;
mee More Series. will Ar Fives He re neys to Wellington, Worcester, | | Thomas; Ruth Ann Austin, late | “Piene ntation to Mr. G
. stellenbosc} ay ng ‘Mad pin an yg ‘ sentation to Mr. George .

a Se i easr 912 jg, | Stellenbosch, Robertson, Montagu, | . ‘ St. Lucy: Ebenezer Brath- | . £ Pv
iesent Series on sale, A SHIPMENT of 121,800 U.S Ashton and to popular places | Six Pl i ts i s a , of S ames; re »ph | Chaile a Walters’

Series ahead of the be-j| gallons of kerosene oil arrived in i AAT | DRO WEL antations | waite, late of St. James; Joseph | ailenor |
g 0 February | st year . the island on Thursday night by along Me Sma ewbena oan ‘ ; | Nathaniel Green, Annie Con Mr, W. E. Foster, Commissior |
t a ae eo ature APY a “ berg and Hermanus—two beauti- ance ir lexander Fitz! Ager nie a or |
im A. Lewis, Secretary of {the motor vessel ‘“Rufina”. ful seaside resorts—and Simons | Start Crop tance Kirton, | A exander di Agent, son of Mi Ss. ( ster of |
im, told the “Advocate” This fuel was taken down to, ‘tl al | Z lly Herman Blenman, Harold Bur- | DaCosta & Co., Limited. on rrival
" . . ae w the nave se uver é F ine iriar *orbi oO ere > f y : ‘

@ that he expects to sell Spring Garden, Black Rock, early Sl F aoe . oa itually The crop has started with } nett and Miriam Corbin, late of | here yesterday by the SS. Ca-

te si t . » returned t apetov | ee . _ ichae , i . Sein ho ;

mmore Series yesterday to be discharged into At Capetown he went on a| Whitl of activity. On Wednesday| St Michael. | Radian paste r, presented to Mr. @/ Toffee
Prize for the 1949]tanks. Of the supply which ar- ea creas tudyy te the top of Table | Morning for the first time of the [eintote paleo a Letterwooa - |

pmecting wes $17,204 and|riv 25 7. IS. g: ; are con- mie Ws t sos $ seas a oc stab Se Eo suck with a silver mounted head }

4 ig 1a and | rived, 85,700 U.S. gallons are con M. tains. He said ths aaa eason, a convoy of trucks roar-| ‘ j * a

Were sold, Vataer { 7 eh es &i- ountains. He sald that on reacn- . iow a - ; : ; | ° | The stick which is ef a ° . |
Co, Ltd. a 36.100 Us ee ing the summit he was delighted | tien ho tee ao a ree) Sugar Boilers _ | Mr, George Challenor, 237, The Perfection of Confection
COLLINS of Rock Hall lt M ion G neat Trader Lta ~ | by the magnificq@nt view of Cape- | aa " Th the rear with| bi tas * | 1925”, was rtily contributed to |

pried that h oa wieder ee ees ee pan | town, the outlying suburbs, the bar. ane sugar will be housed} lava dinie obtiac, ees
on peat aa The “Rufina oo. brought a docks and Table Bay | at the Gardiner Austin & Co, Ltd, | Arrive mg es ox Gabtiea ie | MADE IN U.K.
’ Se hee eet 200 U.S. gallons of gasoline te left C oe 1 ae | bond house : ee 8 le instigation of | By |

n ed betwee ‘ ‘ : . ft Capetown by So ’ sugar Dé avs from | the well-k “tems . ee , ‘ ‘ }
Mean between 10.30 Messrs DaCosta & Co. Ltd., get ae € is eS — i ny, an — Altogether six plantations have i NINE sugar pan-boilers fro the well known ‘sportsman Mr. J | WALTERS’ ‘PALM’ TOFFEE LTD. ‘PALM WORKS, |
a nesday and 4.00 a.m. 206,071 U.S. gallons of this item | African Airways for or’ ee Ae started reaping canes. The others British Guiana arrived yesterday | Wood Davis Ex Mayor of George LONDON. w3 |
ioe ond $24 in cash taken. an i Messrs R. M. Jones & Co. Ltd heth, and also, visited Durban: be- ire expect od 5. ate: tale t e| norning by the “Lady Nelson” to | town, and Mr. Foster performed! | . r

RUEBEN, 83 lbs. and | 200 Messrs A. M. « : o“ “| fore returning to Capetown. Seer Ss, MA TNO) ak eminae aatates.in the the. pleasant. date is the presen-!
‘ 29,129 U.S. gallons an et | Month. The plantations are San-| ‘VOrK, at various estates 1 aga ti ct ==aaa
By keete, 89 lbs. fought ~ Local agents of this vessel are | Efficient Service ly Lane. Fai Pie ete, 22%"! island for the present crop tation t
in an 8 round fight at M a rotnes o a Meh ng are | in peter aa ai Boat and | oY bane, Fair Field, Spring Hall, They are Mr. 'R. Welcome: Mr

te CT ” Snea | Messrs DaCosta & Co., Ltd. ee as ‘ ; rain @ Searles, Four Square ¢ ; ney ¢ Rh ey f eee ee
patire Club on Saturday | : csielsbdcobwrebzio lair service, Mr. Hull said that the | z Seiceie ieee en Basil Isaacs and Mr. D. Soodoc.|

ie SI | South African Airways and Rail- luring the at an cae for Carrington Factory; Mr. John
¢ md saw Skeete open noted for , a ;

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( “ys Rueben 8 left eye | efficient service —_ ane ee ore 10n and Roy and Mr. G. Marshall rn e
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@ Rueben did a simi-| Ayd Matrimonial ue spoke nighly of the wonder-| ‘he Farm Plantation, St. Geerse | £0 ‘Three Houses and Mr. Harry | O couts an “uiaes
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10 Skeete's right eye. ful scenery of the Cape Province,| where nine and a quarter acres Oldbury th
same evening Al Young | Y an the ideal situation at the foot of} were burnt. | re i alee
Knock out over Jonsie | Causes fable Mountains, of Capetown, | ‘ d
pa Semi-final bout. | 'and of the largest city in the} ‘ al J es
MICHOLLS of Sea Vicw IN the Court for Divorce an‘) jnion—Johannesburg — with its | amaicanc | ppe u B' :
Lucy, Staped hey | Matrimonial Causes, His Honour aes ik wh ete. a} 3 Jamaicans ‘ Some things you are always on the lookout for:
me Was damaged when he | the Chief Judge, Sir Allan Colly-) «veritable New York”. | Vi sit G a Reduce Fine
hembankment on Mess|â„¢ore, pronounced decree abso-|' He said that everywhere he ISI roves ; @ |
f recently. The front| lute in the suit of W. N. Grannum| went he received unbounded hos- ite three J; 7 vin. | >,rheir Honours Mr. G. L. Tay-
@head lamp of the cycle | (Petitioner) and O. M. Grannum| pitality and had the pleasure of | ae — Jametonen io i oe ae Mr. he 4. as we
hag (Res ident). There vas NO} cts —_ and Mrs of oe o iS arbades | terday varied a decision of Mr ‘-) seme 4. Ken ” . 19 305 * «
derstood t} Nichol a ( : i te 7 ts. — } | Wright ag ao ead | Visited Groves Agricultural} A, W. Harper, Police Magistrat COMPASSES ea. 85e., 97e, & $1.71 SCOUT DIARIES ea. 3le., dle. & 88e.
wing to av vid rik n J 8 Petitioner was represented by| in Barbados. SP ASIDE yesterday. Groves in St | of District “C.” Mr Harper . .
n Mr. W. R. Douglas instructed by “On November 17,” he said, “a pert : eee where the} fined Douglas Millar of Si CUTLERY SETS ea. $1.61 GUIPE DIARIES ea. ......... 38e.
~~ a B.C.L. fixture | Suit decree nisi was pronounced! Pretoria and inflicted much dam- bake. one | wnen he had a nim nee ICKSACKE a: 20 ce mn
Mls Road to-day. Set i n Déceniber 16, 1949. age to wintwhiélds of ifiahy motor oe aaadaiie’, on Me. ¢ “ having need ndooent language 0 RUCKSACKS ea. $8.66 Gene Ge OS. Seer $12.91
fended the season with His Honour pronounced decree] cars, to houses roofed with tiles| “'}son, Mr. C. A. Valentine! a highway. eir Honours reduc
. lnisi in the Suit of L. Gaskin: and to electrical installations.” | 24 Mr. A. W. Campbell ed the fine to lds.
" oe wear will be: D (Petitioner) and OC. Gaskin (Re-| “This experience of hail, thun- | = |
mall, M. Brewster spondent) There was no order | i .
- sinall, 3rewster, | st nt). | ~ 9
mn C. Waithe, J. Hig-| as to costs. HI h POLO PLAYERS, PLANTERS and ail Horsemen — CAVE SHEPHERD " -
Shorey, K, Collymore, | Mr. W. W. Reece K.C. instruct- ressure We have some IRON FRAME SADDLES which were built for the British & CO. ET D.
P P eet), OQ. Alleyne} ed by Messrs Yearwood and Sivas. Sheek: hie. Giten. seer eakbic a |
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- ee fe ps Garages, Ser: {
| nree yews have | | Bathi > vant Roos,
deat sad hour, roice | Per ‘month "Phorm ig Mareh Let.” $56 teat ik
since oompet sound, and the voice | - Phone 4476, Applications are invited for
¥ shall be no more, “NEWHAVEN $.1-50—t.f.n.| Inspectors of Plant Diseases
une th lay low, "Crane Coast »| Agricultur
Me tore the throne 0!) furnished, Garages, Servant a 8 me
ft le Seiber* June, Neng bea =. sends March
ney; _ Sener ‘5 ; 3 $60.
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Two re Dial 2498 February. Facing Garrison Savannah
oe ae $375 4.2.50—2n Can be seen by appointment. Phorie 3957
| between the hours of 11 and 1 o'clock
= 11) Hillman 10 h.p. Good | any day 4.2.50—2n
y Battery oe a ome .
condition. A M. Waits,| DONNIE DUNDEE, St. Lawrence Gap,
Te. Apply 5. | fully furnished except Linens From
St. Phone $.2.59—2n April, May and June Apply E. (. Boyce
| Dundee, St. Lawrence. Dial 8240
struck, 1 Dodge 7 4,2.50—t.f.n
and 1 Morris ~
4 10 hip, and 1 Me UPSTAIRS PREMISES — 2nd plo.
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A pany: Suitable for offices, light factors
-5 passenger saloon | and many uses. Apply: Thani P
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( mechanical condition a8, e j 4.2.50—t. .

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Building, Phone 4640,

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3.2.50—2n |
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Rungalow, four bedrooms,

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1% acres of land \ -
table Garden, 8 My

miles from Bridgetown
James. Enquiry Sandy-
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“MELROSE” — COLLYMORE ROCK,
standing on 12,800 square feet of land.
The house contains, Drawing. Dining
Room closed and open Verandahs, four

| b’drooms, one with running water and

the usual offices. Kitchen and Pantry
with built in Cupboards. Also a de-
tached room with built in

suitable for a Doctor's consulting room.
Laundry room with built in Tub and
running water. Two servants rooms wiih
W.C. and Shower Bath. Two Garages.
Electric Light throughaut.
Inspection Monday to

Saturday by

The above residence will be offered
for sale at public competition at the

undersigned on Friday 10th
February 1950 at 2 p.m. r

CARRINGTON & SEALY. .. .
25.1.50—9n
——
BY public competition at our Office
James Street on Friday the 10th Feb-
ruary 1950 at 2 p.m. “MALTA” at
Cattlewash Saint Josepn containing 3

; appointment. Telephone No: 3738,













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31.1.50—6n



Hercules Silver Kink, on
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WANIZED SHEETS—Best Grade.
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rage 4391.

ROSE. in. 6/8 in. and
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Lisbon Yams, Price $3.00 per
fred. Apply Manager, Neils,
4.2. 50—On |

0

RAL FORKS
hoe @ach Buy your re-

G r nsor

Dial 4209 W. Hutchinson,

2.59—8n



|



spare parts} Cum Dividend

hedrooms, The dwelling house is fully
furnished. Water & electric service tn-
stalled. Inspection on application to
the premises. “Por further particulars
apply to HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD.

31.1.50—10n



LAND: One Acre, 14 perches of Arable
Land at Sugar Hill St. Joseph, contain-
ing cocoanuts, breadfruit, pear, apple
and grape-fruit trees adjoining the Pub-
lic road water and Electricity available,
for further pa apply to O. A.
Shorey C/o th etto, 1.2.50—2n
a eee

20 Barbados Shipping & Trading Shares
The kbove will be set
up for Sale by public competition at
our office, James Street, Bridgetown, on




Wednesday 8th February at 2 p.n

G, L. W, CLARKE & Co.,
Solicitors.
4.2.50—4n
LAND: 93,877 square feet land at Tor
Rock Hill, Christ Church, cotmnatding

a beautiful view of the sea coast from |

the Lighthouse to Rockley. Apply R. S
Nicholls & Co. Roebuck St. Bridgmtown
Selicitor 4.2.50-"6n



COTTAGE: “Somerset” Upper Belmont
Road, 2 bedrooms, Kitehén, Dining Room
pen Verandah, Bath and Toilet, Gas
installed; Electric Light, etc.
on 4,836 sq. ft. of land.



Phone 4523



LAND: % acre of Land in Fairfiel
Land, Tudor Bridge Gap. Fine look ou
and marlhole. Apply H. er". al





LOST & FOUND

|





LOST

EARRING—Reward offered for
of long cut Steel Earring. in + f
Yueht Club and Crane. Phone
2.2.50—t.f.n.

rect



In good condition PAYING GUEST:

A limited! Evelyn,

| day
| and address and particulars of his claim

SWEEPSTAKE TICKET—Series C.1871
.»inder Please return same to Mitchel
Phillips of Pie Corner, St. Lucy

4.2.50—2n





WANTED





HELP

In a quiet, private



home, one or two paying Guest. Rates
Moderate. Dial 3356. 2.2.50—t.f.n,
MISCELLANEOUS



WANTED TO BUY
USED POSTAGE STAMPS of the
British West Indies. At the Caribbean

— Dial} Stamp Society, 3rd Floor, No. 10 Swan
31.1.50—6n | Street.

29.1,50—4n



WANTED TO RENT
A COTTAGE 3 to 6 miles from Bridge
tewn with approximately % acre land
end containing 3 bedrooms, electric light,
water and servants’ ee oe a”
r Write Z. c/o voca\ as
ee or 2.2-50—3n

PUBLIC NOTICES







NOTICE

BARBADOS, ‘
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL
Original (Equitable) Jurisdiction
between ,
CORA EVELYN .......+. «++ Plaintil®

an

EDITH MONTREL EVELYN—Detendan'

By ar. Order dated the 3rd day of
August 1949, I hereby give notice that
this Court has ordered that an inquiry
and .aking of accounts shall be made
of tne Estate of Beresford Nathanie!
Deceased, to ascertain the
Assets of the said Estate and to
distribute it among the persons entitled
and I heret + give notice to all Creditors
and other persons having any claim:

i upon or interests in the distMbution of
ae the Assets of the said Estate to send ir

© me on or before Wednesday the 8th

of February 1950, each his nam¢






or interest and a statement of his
nccount and the Security (if any) held
by him
“And I further hereby give notice tha
Wednesday the 15 jay of Feb ry
1950, at 10 * the Tow ha
been the time and piace fi Jor
adjudi ng the said claims.
Dated this 12th day of January 1950
I. V. GILKES,
Ag. Clerk, A.C.A
14.1, 50—3n

Fully f hi 3

rooms, drawing room, Kitchen ie pe
miles from
James
A. Reid



Standing ,

4,2,50—In |
'

ed at Woodside
Mid-February to

~
-| LARGE COUNTRY RESIDENCE stand-
ing in well kept private grounds close
| 3 large double bedrooms; 2
lounges,
cooking

3.2.50,—'»

cupboards | the 9th, 10th, 11th, 13th, 14th,



month.

February, 1950.

(1) the time of closing on the early
(2) that seats are provided for use by shop assistants

The salaries of the posts, which are temporary,
and terminable at one month’s notice on either side, are $64.00 a

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE





(2)

closing day, and

Pro forma copies of these notices are printed, both notices |

on one piece of card 7” x 12” and are available at the Advocate
Company Limited for purchase at the cost of 1/

- each.

-

appointment to the posts of Sub-
in the Department of Science and

Applications, stating age, educational qualifications and experi-
2199, 1.2.50—3n] ence, to gether with COPIES of testimonials, should be addressed to
the Director of Agriculture, and will

25.1.50.—2n.



DEPARTMENT

OF EDUCATION

Vacancies in the Elementary Teaching Service



APPLICATIONS are invited from teachers with ai least .(

years teaching experience for
schools: —

the Headships of the following

St. Silas’ Girls’ School, St. James’—Grade I.

St. Clement’s Boys’ School, St.

2.

Lucy—Grade I

The minimum professional qualification required is the Cer-

tificate A of the Department or exemption therefrom.

3.

Salary will be in accordance with Government Seales for

Head Teachers in Elementary Schools.

| 4. Candidates should make application on the appropriate
form which may be obtained from the Department of Education. All



Wednesday, 15th February, 1950.
3lst January, 1950.

applications must be in the hands of the Director of Education by

| POLICE TRAFFIC REGULATIONS
SS |

BARBADOS-BRITISH GUIANA CRICKET MATCHES
AT KENSINGTON OVAL



The following Rules for the Control of Traffic between the hours

e] 10 am. and 7 p.m, on the days on which Cricket Matches will be

played at Kensington Cricket Grounds are published for general in-

formation,

P. F. CAMPBELL,
Acting Colonial Secretary.

POLICE TRAFFIC RULES

Barbados-British Guiana Cricket Matches at Kensington Oval on

of February, 1950.

16th, 17th, 18th, 20th, and 2lst days

RULES made by the Governor-in-Executive Committee under
Section 37 (2) of the Police Act, 1908, for the regulation of
traffic between the hours of 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. on the days
on which Cricket Matches against British Guiana will be
played at Kensington Oval.

In these Rules—

“vehicle” includes carriages, wagons, carts, motor vehicles,
bicycles, tricycles, vans, handcarts, trucks, barrows and all
other machines for the portage of goods or persons.

2.
between the hours of 10 a.m. and
Lakes Folly and Fontabelle Road
line down Fontabelle Road.

8.

All vehicles proceeding in the direction of Kensington Oval

5 p.m. shall, approach by way of
only and shall proceed in single

Between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. no vehicle shall pro-

ceed on Fontabelle Road in the direction of Lakes Folly, except the

motor buses on Route No, 25.

4. Between the hours of 10 am. and 5 p.m, no vehicle shall
enter Kensington Gap from Westbury Road.

5. Between the hours of 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. no vehicle shall be
parked in Fontabelle Road from the junction of Lakes Folly to the

junction of Westbury New Road.

6. After 5 p.m. all vehicles leaving Kensington Oval shall do

so by way of Fontabelle Road.

7, Between the hours of 5 p.m. and 6.30 p.m. no vehicle shall |
enter Fontabelle Road from the direction of Lakes Folly except motor-



buses on route No, 25 and all vehicles approaching Kensington Oval
shall do so from the direction of Westbury Road.

8.
ber of the Police Force.

Drivers of vehicles shall obey all orders given by any mem-

Made by the Governor-in-Executive Committee this 26th day of

January, 1950.



Publie Notices=Contd





NOTICE

TEACHERS are notified that thp Junior
Section work of the Arts anu Craft:
Exhibition at Queen's Park may be
collected on Saturday the 4th during
the late afternoon hours, Prizes will
also be paid then. Any work ‘or priz:
left after mid-day, Monday 6th can be
collected at the Agriqultural Society
Lucas Street. 3.2.50—2n



NOVICE

PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH
Applications, accompanied by Baptisma

Certificates, will be received at m:
office up to 3 p.m. on Friday, 10t!
February, 1950, for one or more vacer

Vestry Exhibitions, tenable at the boys
Foundation School.

Candidates must be children o
parishioners ‘n_ straitened cire
stances, and must be between the agc

of 10 years 6 months and 12 years on th
date of the examination.

Candidates must present thomselves t
the Headmaster of the bays’ Foundatior
Sehool on Friday 17th February at 9.<
a.m. for examination.

Application forms be obtaine.
from my office.

can

WOOD GODDARD,
Parochial Treasurer,
Christ Church
3.2.50—5n



THE application of Alma Editha Lerrie:
of irtons, . Philip, for permission
to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at
wall shop at Kirton’s St. Philip :

Dated this 3rd day of February 19
To: A.W. ee *
Ag. Police Magistrate, et. “C

F. A. KNIGHT,
for Applicant

N.B.—This application will be consid-
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, Dist. “C", on Wednesday
the 15th day of February 1950 at :

clock a.m.
mere A.W HARPER.
Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. *
. 4.2.50—1n





LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Stephenson Ward
trading as Stephen Ward & Co. o
Hindsbury Road, St. Michael, for per-
mission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c
at top and bottom floors of a 2-store
wall building at No.
City
To H. A. TALMA, Esq.,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”

Signed STEPHEN WARD

4% Jame Stree

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE



Applicagt
B application will be consi |
ered a Licensing Court to be
t Police ¢ Strict ‘A’, on Monda*
the 13th day of February 1950 at 11!
o'clock a
H. A. TALMA, |
Police Magistrate, Dit. “A |
4.2.8—In |

E. L. WALCOTT,
Clerk, Executive Committee.
4.2.50.2n.

\
By Command, |



OFFICIAL NOTICE

BARBADOs.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
APPEAL '
(Equitable Jurisdiction)

WINSTON IRVINE GRIFFITH Plaintiff

REGINALD ELEAZER EASTMOND
—Defendant
IN pursuance of an Order in this Cour:
in the above action made on the 30th |
day of January 1950, 1 give notice to «|: |
persons having any estate, right or
interest in or any lien or incumbranc
eine alt that certain pre or parcel
° situati® at Hastings ih the Pari’
of Christ Church and Island aforesaid |
containmg by a ent ‘wo
thousand nine hundred and ninety two
square feet of thereabouts abutting on:
bounding on lands of Miss G. Morriroâ„¢
on lands of Miss Ursula Griffith on a
read in coi and on the public roan



or however Same my abut anc
bound to bring je a aoe |
of their said claims with their witneecs
documents and vouthers, to be examined |
by me on any Tii@sday, or Friday be-
tween the hours of 12 (noon) » |
3 o'clock in m, at the Offic |
of the Clerk the Assistant Qourt o
Appeal at the rt House Bri:¢getow ,
before the 1 day of April 10%), i>
order that claims may be ranked °
according to nature and prior! ,
thereof respectively; otherwise such.
persons will be precluded from th«/|
benefit of said Decree, and he
deprived of claim on or against the |
said property, :
imants e also notified thee the’
must attend said Court on Wednesday

the 12th day Of April 1960, at 10 o'r'r *
ai when their said claims will be
nr ed.
iven under my hand this 20th day
of January 1950, i
I. Vv. GILKFs
Ag. Cler? the Assistant Court
of Appeal.
4.2.50—3n

_——- ——

OFFICIAL SALE

SAN THE ASSISTAN
E ASS COURT OF '
APPRAL



(Equitable Jurisdiction) :
WINSTON INE —Piainti?
REGINALD EASTMOND

-—Defender'

NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue
of an Order of the Assistant Court of
Appeal dated the 30th day of January
1950, there will be set up for sale to the j
highest bidder at the Office of the C!-*"- |
of the Assistant Court of
Court House, Brid, be
hours of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the
afternoon on Friday the 4th day o*
April 1950, all that certain piece or parce)
of land situate at Hastings in the Peri”:
of Christ Church and Island a
containing Mimeasurement two
thousand nfne hin and nitty two
sqaure feet or thereabouts abu'! na >“
bounding on lantls of Miss G. Morrison





on lands of Miss Ursula Griffth on
rearl in common and on the public ro»
| or however else the same may “ut »n¢
bound amd if not then sold “iw vid
| property will be set up for sale an every

weceeding Friday b@tween the sme
hours until the same is sold for a sun
not less than £300, 0. 0

Dated this 30th dav of Janinry 1950

Il. V. GILKEs,
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court
of Appes!
4.2.50—In



(b) of the Shops

and to the First and Second Schedules of that

Under these provisions every employer is required to affix

at}

non-pensionable






be accepted up to Friday, 10th






!
j

IN PORT: Schooner Molly N. Jones,

Sth. he
weit
smth.

. Breeden
Phil ; Hn 'Dev A. -9
: vi
ALS

Schoon
Fleary, Sch.
Laudalpha, Sch,

-V. ys Capt.
Lonsdale, from ee Agents: ‘

Schooner Felicia a 55 t net,
Cape. J . from itich ‘
Agents: er Gwners’ Aregtiation

M.V erwood, O44 tons net, Capt
Archi from St. Lawia; Agents

Schooner Owners’ Association.
S.S. Lady Nelson, 4,655 tons net, Capt.
Roach, from St. Vincent; Agents: Gar-
diner Austin & C®., Ltd. .
Arriving by this vessel from Britis)
Guiana were:—Mr. W. P. Archer, Mr

CABLE and Wireless (W.t) tte
advise that they can now communicate
with the following ships through the
Barbados Coast Station :—

S.S. Auricula, S.S. Golfito, S.S. Ar
gentina, SS. Lady Nelson, S.S. | eri
S.T. Demosthenes, S.S. Alberto Fassio
SiS. Latirus, S.S. Argentina, $.S. 8
tish Energy, S.S, Alcoa Potr
Gascogne, S.S. Gastor, S.S._ Planter,
S.S. Italia, S.S. Tapti, SS. Stilverteak,



ARRIVALS —
From TYinidad;

ries Paterson, Marian Paterson,
Clifford James, Warren Bennett, Elvin
Prince, Fitz Hurris, Alfred Boyce, Erskin
Bovell, Ralph Thompson, Anderson
Nurse, Glen Roberts, Joseph Shilling-
‘ord, Dun Maddox, Marjorie Maddox,
Dare, Elizabeth Coxe, George
Coxe, Freeman Pascall, Lucas Mueller,
Mervyn Gill, Charles Panahoo,
Springer, James Seott, ‘Lenny Lopes,
(amond Joseph, John Keppel, Linton
Cotton, Wilfred Ferreira, Hassim Gatoor,
Joseph Pereira, Lenville Jaqob, Michael

BY B.W.1.A.L

Thomas



MAIL NOTICES

ON Mondays. with effect from Ath
February, air mails for the United King
dom will be closed at the General Post
Office at 11,45 a.m

Air mails for the
will continue to be ciosed at present,
namely on Wednésdays and Saturdays
schedules should be amended according-
y

United Kingdom



MAILS for Trinidad by S.S. Golfito
will be closed at the General Post Office
as under:-

Parcel Mail, Registered Mail, and Oy
dinary Mail at 10.15 a.m. on the 4 Feb-
uary 1950,

a

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of VIOLET ROAC
holder of Liquor Litense No. 274 of 195:
eranted to her in respect of a board and
shingle shop with shed roof attachec
at Prout Hill St, Thomas, for permis-







sion to use said Liquor License at »1
wall shop at Hothersal Turning, St
Michael

Dated this 3rd day of February 1950
To:— B. A. McLEOD,
Police Magistrate, Dist ‘A’
Signed IONE SEALY,
for Applicant
N.B.—This application will be con-

sidered at a Licensing Court to ad
at PB iJ ‘A, y
he © a ig at at 1
»'clock, a.m, "
E. A. McLEOD,
Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘A’














BY?)

For Particulars See .. .

. Booking Office:
(Registered

Lower Broad Street,
PHONES:



ha re

In Carlisle Bay

Mrs
clorney. Me. 1. P
From Trinidad:

L,

Ore dace
7 le




it
iy



glow:

ih



S.5. Gulfeoast:



J. Odond, Maste
Heron,

Mrs. J
Stack, Mrs

Webster, Mrs. Webster,
Edwards, Miss M. HMombersiey.

Mr. T. Heslop.
Akow, Miss J

Sir I Southorn, Led

wie

Woolt
. @
8



IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION

8.8. Ch

SE cere

Stavk

», Mrs.
P. Alkow,

. A, Jordon
D. Haneschel!
5 B
‘ pro, Mr. C





PAGE SEVEN

BISHOP'S HIGH SCHOOL
TOBAGO

Applications are invited for :—

(a) Classical Master (preferably honours degree) capable al
teaching Latin and English to Higher Certificate standara.

(b) Seience Master capable of teaching Chemistry, Physivs anc
Biology up to Higher Certificate standard.

Salary in each case

$2,160 — $2,880 per annum.

*» | Apply to Archdeacon F. J. STREETLY, B.A., Scarborough, Tobago.

27.1.50—12n.

ie ane
Sa ae LINE)
i) The M.V. DABRWOOD wil wa: ANE), aati th

eecept Cargo and Passengers for







>









Agents: Trinidad.

St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenad sail from Pas January 4th =
Aruba, sailing Saturday 4th sore at about February
Srhooner tons net, Capt ruary .
we Rasen, Bases M.S.“KAIPAKI" is scheduled to. sail
* Agsociation The Schooner RHODA L, i! from Port Pirie January 7th, Burnin
accept Cargo and Passenger January 10th, Beauty Point January
Trinidad, sailing ze | 13th, Melbourne January 28th,
February | February 8th, arriving at
Z > ‘it . about 10th March.
S.S. Henri Story, § The Sch. “LAUDALP:"A will Il” phese vessels have ample space for
lenger, S.S. Alcoa Corse accept Cargo and Passeng " | Chilled, Hard Frozen and General Cargo.
S.S. Bullaren Queen Denn St. Lucia, sailing Saturday 4th | Cargo accepted on Through Bilis of
5.8. Flizabeth: S.S. Raflty: SS Pp February wading with transhipment at Trinidad
mar; S.S. Alcoa Pilgrim: SS, Poin - Wh for British Guiana, Barbados, Windward
Aroni: S.S. Dalfonn: s.S Mereate B.W.f _ghCHOONER OWN? { and Leeward Islands.
S.S. Helena; S.S. Powe! River m,, SSSOCIATION (INC.) } For further particulars apply;—
Miraida: S.S. Dolly Madison: SS Tel, 4047. 2nd February 1950 |}; FURNESS WITHY & Co. LTD
Trader: S. Nueva Esparta: SS
|

Southern Countries



“ ATHEL RUBY” TAKES

MORE MOLASSES

DA COSTA & Co. LTD.,
Agents: Barbados.

HARRISON LINE

OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM


































Alexander, Victor Ramsumar War
Pasi. mune phe 7 . —
ARTURE Y BW \
Por Trinidad Vessel, From Leaves Barbados.,
Mn. Robert Hoffman, Mrs. Winilr«

Hill, Mr. Gordon Scarlett, Mrs as
MeDermind, Mrs. Margaret Storms, }
Frank ‘Storms, NO. Jullus Gibbs, ™ 3.8. “QUEEN ADELAIDE”. London 19th Jan. 4th Feb.
Marke “Saingee ba “8 Maingot Mt 3S. “DALESMAN” .. London 21st Jan. 4th Feb,
John Veire, Matr, Tom Maingot, "Mi 3. “CRAFTSMAN” Glasgow 28th Jan, 12th Feb
John Veira, Mstr, Tom Maingot, Mis | >S. “CR¢é s tlasg \ E
Jour Maingot. Mr John Featinecn, M ‘THIRLBY” . Liverpool 28th Jan. 12th Feb.
Eric Branker, Mr. Harrington Sebrigh “CUSTODIAN” . London Ist Feb. 21st Feb.
Mrs. Heien Potter, Mr. Roy Hoyte, Mr
— HOMEWARD FOR UNITED KINGDOM,

Spe oreo Vessel. For Closes in Barbados

S

S, “PHILOSOPHER” London 12th Feby,

For further information apply to





A LOAD of vacuum pi
molasses for Trinidad was Lei DA CUSTA & CO., LTD -Agents.
taken here yesterday by 312-t
tanker “Athel Ruby.”
The “Athe] Ruby” is expect
to leave for Trinidad this ev .
ning. Recently, it has been mal
ing a weekly trip here fbooun Steamship Co.
molasses.
Messrs. H. Jason Jones & ( Qne.

Ltd., are the agents.

CASTOR OIL

\ Castor Oil is widely usea vue thy

ber=informed People use Alienburys
PURE.

it's ABSOLUTELY
wmaimebls from al) Chemists, Stren, ste,

a Pw

Hanburys Ltd.






TSH

WEST fDik ¥ AIRWA

for

AIR TRAVEL

Reservations on all Air Lines
at No Exira Cost

Leave BARBADOS by ..:

BRITISH
WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS

LIMITED;

in Trinidad)
Bridgetown,
4585 & 2789.



Menufactured and guaranteed by Ali

London, B.2,

and make your connection

at
TRINIDAD or ANTIGUA

Barbados.



CANADIAN S8ERVIOR

















SOUTRBOUND
Name of ship



pent pizcivge
. * jalifax rhados
S.S. “ALCOA PATRIOT” January 23rd. February 3rd.
S.S. “ALCOA PEGASUS” February 6th February 17th
Sailing every two weeks,
NEW YORK SERVICE
Sails Arrives
: New York Barbados
$.S BYSFJORD February 24th Marvh 5th
c J. “THULIN” February ord February llth,
NEW ORLFANS SERVICE
Sails Arrives
ae New Orieans Barbados
S.S. “ALCOA ROAMER” Jatiuary 25th February 7th,
5.8. “ALCOA RUNNER" February 8th

February 20th.

Apply: DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—Canadian Service
ROBERT THOM LTD.-—New York and Gulf Service





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IT 1S GOOD VALUE | !

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iv White, Gold, Pink and Blue at $1.35 per yd.

SPUN, RAYON in White, Gold, Green & Brown at 99e. per yd, 1
SPUN LINEN in White, Grey, Gold & Rose at $1.20 per yd
Crease Resisting and Shrunk Proof {

BROADWAY DRESS SHOP.

NOTICE

THE SANITARY LAUNDRY C0.
i,

would like to advise their
Customers that the Plant
has. been reorganised and
the management changed.

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RAINS WASH OUT
PLAY IN TRINIDAD

(By 0. S. COPPIN) .
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Feb. 3.

Rains last night and t

Queen’s Park Oval making play 1
five-day final

day of the scheduled

Test.
li
unless exceptional

C’wealth XI May
Tour India In ‘51

is Goublilul







John

Goddard }
Captain and co-opted selector lefi |
rere today for Barbados in prep- |

aration for
tour commencing February 9.

At
pay in this game Trinidad ha: {

the end

West

the Barbados—B.G. !

of the first

1p to mid-day to-day, drenched |
impossible on the second |
Jamaica—Trinidad |

about the start of play early to-morrow |;
ly good weather prevails.

Indies

day’

BOMBAY, Feb. 3, i }

Another Commonwealth Cricket} scored 233 for the loss of fou
team may tour India next season,) W ickets Out of this Trestrai
if i are unable to send was 86 not out, Asgarali 77
a represe ve team Canteaume 34, Gomez 20 not out



The New Zealand Cricket Coun-



cil are understood to have inform-
ed the India Cricket Board of
Control that for health and
business rea:ons most of the play-
ers who ioured England last
summer ill be unable to leave



the country for a tour of India.
To fill this void, the India Board
contemplate inviting another un-
official Commonwealth team, ano
will make their final decision at)
February 22 i



a mee y on “-
Madra
Game Drawn
Commonwealth cricketers are\
their two days mate



Indian School XI here



with the score showing schéc
918 and 109 for 6 (Ut ar 61
and the Commonwealth 404 for 4
declared Livingston 184, Place 65,!

Langdon 54, Lambert 52).
—Reuter.

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To-morrow |


















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Feb. 3, |
n quarter-final matches of the
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LONDON, Feb

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pacers for a photograph with Joey

knock-out.



Court to a rendering of “I’m

And after the first round, with
the exception of momentary
flashes of the old “devil” in th<
stages, Freddie certainly
the same man we hiavt
seen in a dozen hard batties

Freddie, it must be admitted, i
getting a littie beyond it, Even i
he had beaten Maxim, as indevc
seemed likely in the first minute
1 two, he would have been finish-
d as a world champion. It would
be s well if he accepted the
dvice of his manager, Ted Broad-
and retired from the ring
doesn't, he might get himself
really hurt, and that would be a

ippointing way for such a
popular fighter to go out.

It not a bit of good indulging

recriminations. Freddie had
i hard and, at 30, was in
condition. But Maxim
is just too good. He proved not
that he could absorb
most lethal punches
flinch but could
“old one-two” with
‘ effect. In fact, he
ocked out Mills far more crisply
than anybody else has ever man-
i to do. In previous fights that
ave ended with Mills on the
vas he has been battered down

than cut down

} Credit

But my theory is that, good as
Maxim was (and is), it wasn’t he
al who beat Mills. A large

of the credit for that
go, in my opinion, t
Woodcock.
When I in the ringside at
City Stadium last Septem-
be i saw Mills kneeling on the
canvas with one hand clasping
his ear, while the referee toiled

t fatal seconds, I though I

man who had had enough

of that fight but of the

hoe business.

later

vasn't

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surprised us all whe
ywed that he had a really
g punch, but his blows were
feathers compared with the

e2y right-hand crosses. of
Woodcock, Yet time and again
! Woodcock landed on Mills’s jaw
and each time Freddie sagged at





I

the knees, It wasn’t until the
fourteenth round that he went
down, hurt and exhausted, to

‘ome up fifteen seconds later with
in ugly lump behind his left ear.

The human body can stand just
much and no more,
tiken plenty of punishment in
hs time and bears the marks of

one who hasn’t had it all his own





taken the world light-heavyweight title from him by

HK
Mills has| y
1}

THE

at =

| FREDDIE MILLS still seems to be wondering what happened as he !Ltd., Y.

Maxim, of America, who had just!

a tenth round



Freddie Mills Went
Down Fighting

By RONALD BOXALL

LONDON (By Mail)

AT least one world champion is in the habit of crooning
a ditty after a bout of fisticuffs.
like singing (with three teeth missing) after relinquishing
his world light-heavyweight crown
he might have treated the 18,000 fans at Earls

Had Freddie Mills felt |
to America’s Joey

not the same old me.”

landed them not infrequently —
were having slightly less than no
effect, he began to slow down. He
appeared to be in trouble in the
fifth round when Maxim pinned
him in a corner and battered him
with rights and lefts to the body
and head, but he weathered this
storm and, like the grand fighter
he is, came back for more.

After this Maxim began to take
over and revealed some of the
science he had been obliged to
forsake in the earlier rounds.
There is no question about
Maxim's boxing ability, but he
can be hit—and hit again. This
would be a more serious fault if
it were not for the fact that he
can take all that comes. He may

even prove to be an outstanding
champion.

The end came suddenly — so
suddenly. in fact, that many

people in the remoter parts of the
large arena were asking, “What
happened?” What happened was
that Maxin> caught Mills with a
beautiful left to the jaw, followed
a split second later by a right to
the same spot. Mills remained on
his feet for a second and then
wilted. At the count of seven he
made a courageous attempt to
‘ise, fell slowly over sideways and
laid still. |
A new world light-heavy weight
champion had been born.





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way. But — again, it’s only my

nion—that Woodcock’s right-
hander last September finished
Mills as a fighting machine, A}
crack on the chin is soon for-'
sotten, but a blow like a sledge

mmer behind the ear might get
the, root of things and do more
rmanent damage

Quick Work
Be that as it may, Freddie knew
when he climbed through the

lh

pes a fortnight ago, he had to |
knock his man out—and do it
uickly. It is a great credit to him

that he nearly succeeded in doing
this in the first round-
juite. For a few rounds it was

Mills attacking and Maxim dodg- |

ing some and taking some.

but not |

But when Mills discovered that |

all his best punches — and











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4 wy §

Argentina
Defeats
Mexico

MEXICO CITY, Feb., 3
Argentine’s River Plate team,
which beat Mexico by one goal)

to zero in the soccer match here,
scored in the forty-second minute
through Labuna.

Tae Mexicans started off at
fast pace, and were _ ver)
aggressive, causing Argentine}
side to give all they could
prevent a score. Roughness |
ntered the game, and_ the!
Argentine players were obviously ;
upset by the iast play of the.
home side. Gradually the Argen-|
ines got going, and _ pressure!
aearly brought them a goal wien}
Prado actually netted, but the,
point was disallowed for off-side.

|
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tack, and for a time dominates |} i y

play, but River Plate’s defence

held firm. It was a case of which |
4 Flights weekly

tw

team would make a slip, anc|
whether the opposition could |
take advantage. This occurred in,
that fortysecond minute, Sel

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7.30 a.m. Generally Speaking, 8 a.m
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Sandy MacPherson at the Theatre Orga

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Moon (Last Quarter) Febru-
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Lighting: 6.30 p.m

High Water: 5.23 a.m., 4.40
p.m.
YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington): Nil.

Total for Month to yesterday
-39 ins,

Temperature (Max.) 78.4 °F.

Temperature (Min.) 73.5 °F.

Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E.
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I'U.l I \\o THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE Qcoub &*&*"} C jouthwark Cathedral, London. %  th was B: Dale, the new Bishop of Jr.: to tail for the West March Dale will not %  eomi''' • bccaure for years he has been a men %  lin K Cornmitrar the PropomHon of the Gospel, and latterlv mui of the West India ...tec of the Societ>. and has thu> sained a food knowledge M M mdlan Dioceses and their problems. Al man ... the Howlurai I Association in England hi on a mission I**"* and Central Amen roctr-an-jnauold Bish. has one son axed 20. who will ne aceompanylng him to Jamaica. An Ex-Crieketer |B. MAURICE JONES, ager of the Globe Second Vmt D R F. M MAN! paying, then second wait to the an .'ibovil M B MAUBiCE JONt ager of the Globe TheaU" tells me that the members of tni tiuianesc cricket 'earn at present here have been issued with invitations to attend any of thu shows at the Globe during the. Barbados Maurice, an later himself. wa %  Home Afain M R GORDON HARrtOW an.i his Jamaican wife were arrivals veaterday morning from Trinidad % %  • their Infant daughter and are sta> ,'ig with their relatives at Fontai.lle. Mr Barrow who saw service -tie RAT durinit the war, was demobbed In 1947 after which he took a two-year course in London in Chartered Secretaries b included accountancy, ecoand law subjects He travelled out from England latlne bout tan day* ago and whit'' there attended part of the Trlhllamalca (ticket tournament <> > Director't ben M R WILSOX THOM who arrived from England re: about a month's stay in Barbados la the son of Mr .m. one of the Directors -.1 Messrs Robert Thorn Ltd Me la a guest at the Ocean View Hotel IDDOF.S— $2 50 per 100 lbs (tg ieldi S3 00 per 100 lbs. 4 r 4c per ,b tRI-ll 1RIIT. %  IK \M.IVarel H P" 10 Be e Seedling: J4 00 pel 100 5c. each 100. CROSSWORD '•""' '"' her of the Trinidad Crt liked it so much that they have now relumed for th;. are staying it Super Mare Guest II Id Canb yesterhe was surahich visited Barbad"* 1939 Here ror Cricket Tourne> M R D. G Campbell wen knov.: ',( th. ,pcnd the first part here be present for the Ba: BG Intercolonial cricket matchcWruch open shortly at K. other West Indian islands. I ,r the Audit Den.He own hospital in Wellington, but r^merara Cricket Clul n the profession (hrM moot h, long leavOn thin '.'ii'. to Barbados this than flew % %  hen Port-au-Prince. Truiilln. San J -id Antigua and In each about four %  that Barba.-i' returear. Dr. and Mrs. Manser *•' %  i al Dl%  • I hone and Telograi who %  mandcr in II hich has t"' I K— .^. Student Here From Venezuela M R ARQU1MEDES MATUTK, a student of Diego Arreata Monagas in Venezuela, i Barbados for a holiday in i recently by II W I A House. Of The London Film Co. Hi. It g Hifh Tyme' I T all atarted when Moore asked Eric Gates if he would produce %  the proceeds rrom whin In aid of a deaf al star who is being eoutate'l in Trinidad. West M R. AND MRS It I) WARNEK, who have been spending a holiday of two months lire, left on Monday by B.W.I. Airways for Tnnldad en route fo* New York. This is the second visit which Mr and Mrs Warner Have paid to Barbados, staying Hotel .,n.l Sas> I astle. nnuerlla Warner was the former Marguerita Valene of who has been In the London Film Co.. and Famous End productionPlayers. New York. She is now Short Story writer and during I and modern numher stay here, Mrs. Warner has Ken tr. Barb. ted several short stories Springbok Farm Your Own Back Springb.'K Farm in Surrey 1* ;> irairum jrouna lor inc.p.c.CIA prr*riT-|5 00 p*r laied ex-Merch It :td by th I'nwi'.y HMT (Brk boutn Afrttuu - c*nirwit*d *"~ :00 ~ c ^YI iwu nunon-d :n >usnd potr %  .rttitude lor the MNCAam Navy's heroic work during Ihe wr Inc wu used to bulM this model (arm. with m hostel for uainces and houses for Merchant .A age pensioner-! and their %  armlie*. Trie remainder is to go towards building a model village. to he called Springbok Village A -hurt while ago | BBC itrordlng car \>,en1 rto'An to Spin IK Kami tr. take recording." 'he staff and trainee* and to get a general picture of the work dc.ie there. They lound an impressive model farm of some four hundred acre* under a Scottish manager who waa with lhe Ministry of Agriculture during the war and before that was a working farmer. There Is a qualified man in charge of each department on the farm and trainee* come for a year's course In general farm work, poultry. market gardening, pig rearing and farming. All of them had a I.and in the radio programme and so did some of the trainees, who rre throwing themselves into (arming with a will. Bill Callow, though a teaman through and through, feels that, since he has l>een forced to give up the sea tag chrysanthemums is a lying suostiUiWH,i. mond Marvel.. twice torpedoed. I eking in the piggeries, whore two of his youngest charges, only one day old. broadcast loudly to the world by squealing fiercely into the microphone. When the trainees of Springbok Farm have finished their work there is every kind of recreation available for them—bar, television, radio, billiards, darts and a library. The most popular of all. however, is 'Charlie's Place" This is the cinema room also available for lectures t-ft opened very recently. **" Guide to HOU*-* i* >- How Nol To Worry After Forty i fcl.rri. no aouM aim *i ini.or to'fM It tram • l"t" "if r,.' '" aiaaanaiiulg. oietniii" 1 I Wa?oVi"la. .re clauii'M •• .•*•><,' p.int it a <"'.• ToSSdiaTsSJuia ~ -..titled ii •11 crtf-p. "7 cr:D 0l Ho -inarrriand f ll BfWR nilN moan tvomenow. .. we'.fhi M ioVbail teiun. lf> M ^._ i* flndlnt mm in tne Mo'f. me fi H, lmn. a. i?if BWgujtrataa ot Venice. i) S H Sppoiwd to ba an audlhie remark, (5) 35. Pound in Jam omera supp.r. <* Ml %  i wnom dlfl toe aoier use IBI 3 Bort ot watcb mat aetpa o^e kvike. (5> 4. A arfad reptllt. (a) 5. unproteaUQoai aprt o: psvpii PJj F.liiabrlh i>ril"-"" I roUVD mv frier..l Ja. i ... ,„ kltoMn alnk. bul 1 %  • Irom the depressed hump to shoulders that the oniony she was perilng were only, partly' reM>n, j sible tor her moisture-rilled e>e. %  From my usual perch on the • table I asked: "What a up | much, except that tta my birthday, and I'm 40 (Horror-stricken rolce.l I laughed and said: Well, we all have U. have 'em. you know. Hid haven't yuu heard. Hie begins "she stopped me with a wave of forty. Eluabeth .... stufi You jut onions and making older and older failed her Our snatched cup of tea (woman's best friendl restored her o cheerfulness, but on the way .lome I pondered. Janet la normally eo capable and sensible that i wondered If women do hate bemg 40. You Know . Come to think of It. Ian" it • darn good age to be? You nave weather quite a lew storms and rou have survived; you are a long way oft old age. but far behind you are the diffidences and searchings of youth. You have learned (ii you have Itarned, anything at all I that to be kind and tolerant is worth an nwf'ii lot of cleverness and virtue. You have found out how true it i. that it isnt what happens to ou that matters so much as the ^"^ FEBRUARY AsfCATIC 11 II CINEMA M.r^J SDAY at 8 30 p in. •JOIIX IOVIS >i.\nvmng R' %  ACK CARSON VIRGINIA : 1 IA NKAL " I ring Warnei v ^y,:;;;;;::;::::::::--::::::::%  F*! II n.r knife. at ^^ 1 1 don't give me that |.'/ go on. peeling onii 1 i_ —I— bed! and getting \ and '• Words --.. I 1— 1 — Our snatched c MARINE HOTEL DANCE Haiiirflluy .\iUlta. i |,|, PERCY GREEN & HIS ORCHESTRA Dancing from 9 to all hours-$1.00 J* We are generatlnx uiir own eleetlieU), MI there * 18 A good mood, tie reterse aureir which wa Comings and Goings i day by B.W.I.A. • • • %  he has On Official Vifit al R' M DORA and sketches, dance, and ak left JOHN ST. FELIX DARE. Managing Director ol Messrs ol J. N. Harriman and Compani William Fogarty Limited, arrived Limited arrived Ham Trinidad by w on holidav and On her return to New York she from Demerara yjj Trinidad ye?BWI A yesterday. to produce a hopes to complete a story she is terday by B.W IA on a short ... The name is writing which is se' in Barbado' wsit. and is staying at the Ocean Mr W. Pitficld Jr. and Mr E. inelude It deals largely with Sam Lord's View Hotel. ir, ol Messrs W C Pitfleld J uut the scene also shifts ... and Company. Canada, returned .-land. Mr K F Stokes, Director of from Trinidad on Thursday by MrWarner is Chairman ol Slokee and Bynoe. left for T of the New York J iteen prin;. cfttorui iri Ah' AquatU t l mpir The costumes are all new, deComing In April branch of the National League of American Pen Women President of thi„ R D Warner Co. Inc. of New, rk and Montreal. Manufactur DatkHMl pand.i htrt and the "spontaneous explofi siini ON. i the lo a baboon. United A four Ul NgUoni "aie to supervise a cuii•ryv-i.ro. (our donksn crossing from ',t.e .lordan-tn-Ki par! Englai s called <>f Jerusalem SWSJO f IM tuitftlit. witt HI in ">'' %  %  %  %  SaSaln aiKi P L A Z A 70-M0RR0W SUNDAY: 8.30 ...m. M.l.IEIl AHT1STS Present Robert MITCIIUM and Kim IUNTER ,n •ii i: I II A V 1 D" (ul Stairway lo Heaven) [/ Plat St04 K>t HmvaTiCW f %  i-d at hoai'h' have set up tu decide m used %  < (•uiileriiiandint: u Hu>lund A Seal Arrangement %  %  %  %  %  %  areas, and : the claim, says lhat |] H K r ad -teiephon. B. laugl :t..sostvoy Is ksjd, it may start a W..i U : War Tall—Piece T in%  %  i l %  ..ny unwanlotl noiM'." will have the busiest Job In Eur.ii>.-. DBSnsMa.ll k Hopkins, with a ll:ht A SPECIAL PLRCHASE ENAMELWARE I O-Ml.II I FOR A GAY TIME ITS CLUB MORGAN DELICIOUS STEAK AND CHICKEN DINNERS L The Club Morgan Orchealra and FETCH LACY al Ihe Piano For Continuous Entrrtaiiunenl. DIAL 4000 FOR RESERVATIONS When your BACK ACHES... Bsctat-(M it uuially ctutwd by lazy kfnr,i. TSe ludnr.i .r(h, bUd', ILM„. Wrm Ihey set tut si order, IKMI aodt md tmtim wattti ttay in the tytlen. Then aMckache. ruadach*, rhtiMuliun, ifatwlwd real er thai tired ut failing MM f*IW To make yur kieWyi wk areferly and to keep them m (eod orrJvr at* Dodd', Kidney Pill. IMd'i KieW. Mb quxkly iW .our o*er-buntened bUo of nc*n at HJI and wattta M I ho I por*. freui blood Aooi toSSHf %  >*" and Nnwclt. Tkea you (eel bettor look better trk bolter and you are ready to dance with joy. Ineiat on the iomi.no Dodd'i Kidney Piflt in the blue porkaee with the red bond.. Onl 2. at all drue Uorei. >H BAND CONCERT THE POUCE 8AM> Under ihe cltweiion of Copi. fUlaon. A R C M I'Kii I HALL UKDN-E51DAY Hh FTBHUAHV %  I S.3S m. ADMISSION I.e. Ttcfceta on Sol* al ROBSKTB 6, CO.. High Street. GLOBE THEATRE TO-NIGHT AT x::n O'CLOCI "EDWARD MY SON" (Deborah Kerr and Sprncer Tracv) PLUS HALF HOUR VARIETY PROGRAMS — With — THE MILTON 1)1 AHTETTE — And CALYPSOES by CHARMER AND PROfflFI REPEAT PERFORMANCI For Ihe Benenl .ii lhe Visiting t'rirk-tm LOCAL TALENT ON PARADfl Start) and Music h> Barliadns' First All Star Bias tin SUNDAY, Februarj :,th. s.:io p.m. GRAND JITTERBUC. CONTEST TUESDAY. 7TH FEBRUARY S:lll.llll Fin) I'ri/e Al'DITIOX SUNDAY FROM 9.00 AH ,-,-. v/rtwm m i v mt I >IIIHI llllMill J TO-DAY, SAT.. MON., WED., al 9.IHI pjn. 8 PAUL HENREID JOAN iSENNETT HOLLOW TRIlMPr MIA III'll THEATRE TO-DAY. SAT., MON.. WED, al %  ' %  %  W.V.W,:::-.Un la the dutin.,. t atronaiii' ul His Excelsney the Clovernor and Mrs. Savage A.NMAL Vi .67 P LATES .21 .29 BASIN S .76 CUPS .21 .8.5 PIE DISHES .49 .56 WHITFIELOS BROAD ST aVO W is the best time to PAINT YOUR HOME We can supply the following In a variety of colour. — Berger's Laitikon Paint. Siaeon's Prepared Paint. Domeatica Red and Yellow Label Paint. Stgmarine Flat Enamel Hall's Distemper. Matron, Diainl-Wall Primer also Lily Brand Root and Inn Paint—Red Obtainable from our Hardware Department. DIAL 2039 BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LIMITED. DANCE The Organised by Women's Canadian Club in aid of Local Charities — on — SATURDAY. F.b, 11th — at — The MARINE HOTEL Bridge. Games Chance and ..f All th* usual attracting. TICKETS il.M Including light refreshments. Ill 11 U s\l. MON Wl! Thi' MOM Detecti\ "SCENE OF THE Cm, %  tanini OLORtA Di l" 1 %  .'iiianca ROYAL THEATRE RUM ill— it U* Pro NO SHOW TO-DAY The Republic VKillAMFS OF DODtf llf] 1IIK SFN0R11 1 AND % %  w.::::::::::::::::::-s .-.-.-.-,-.•.•.-.•.-.•,-.•.-.-,•.-.-.---.



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FT ''ABV ljil CLASSIFIED ADS. THANKS 1 KK IIFAT Moust; lili: BAKBAOOS ur Q PAGI GOVERNMENT NOTICES .. %  mi •-''' %  I fully • TBtur ... r, st. tawakad.jj_ .^^j ?*•"! >%  March %  n Phone 447 g Ac. .945 (1M5-2TI ami to the FIM and Sec.i.d BO**!* ~L. •"'?' '""* "" l %  mploy-r U required to affix Stealing — I the timf ol vloiuni on Ihe earty clorUnj dav, and (-1 that mis are provided lor iw !• ,hop animanK M t — UOUVtUMUt timer. > %  ll ... OawBgiL Pn> ,0rm ""'"* "' llw """"• re otlnim. Iioth nollces % % %  *%  < % %  •%  -" v 12" .md are available a, the Advocate i l ompunv Limited lor purcha.se at the coat ol I each. u*rh. phone M.2GI nut! larlfele Crana Coaai. full Servant Roomi month. Phone T. 'ron "%5*.1.F ^1 funHahad at Wood.uie '•bruar. i'i. *rur> to 'ITonitrnf-nt At] Phone sa*7 I o'clock 4 i.ao—;i warn. s. uwn .. MtviuidJun. ApplvP. C Bo*, v. M U WI M I Dml RMfl *%  : %  <• 111 7T-. -. .. % % %  -i > : %  %  -,, „ B I %  'able for ufflcc.. .>nd many tun Applv: %  i ... aaa lad i.po-lou* % %  •• Ugtt taj r i I good n "!ftCMc %  a oo I 8 50—An ul or l_.me tuns oi %  '. !" l Call Ralph *• naerd. Hacdwood Ali U % %  l.S0-3n "fNTHY RFSIDENCaS *and"e|.t private ground* <>|ou 1 dreaalng monta. dining „„. 2ffiS!" Ptau ** Applications are invited for appointment to the posts of SubInspectors of Pi.ni Diseases in the Department of s., Agriculture. The rtfartM of the posts, which are temporary, non-pensionable -id terminable at one months notice on either aide, are $4.00 a month. Applications, stating ago. educational qualifications and experience to gether with COPIES of testimonials, should bo addressed the Director of Agriculture, and will be accepted up to Friday, 10th February. 1950. 25.1.50— 2n. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Vacancies in the Elementary Tenching Service APPLICATIONS are invited from teachers I teaching experience for the Headships with a of the least i following •r&OQll St. Silas Girls' School. St James -Grade 1. St. Clements Boys' School. St. Lucy—Grade I 2. The minimum professional qualification required is the Certificate A of the Department or exemption therefrom. 3. Salary will be in accordance with Government Scales for Head Te.u nlary Schools. Candidates, should make application on the appropriate form wniea may i* obtained from the Department of Education. All applications rauat i* In taw bands -i the Dttecta r MavaUon bv ''I rVbiu.ni. |#S0. 3isi January, 1950 ml* ^^ *hOIMT Mollv N JOOM fi fi h, ? ta '•* Mam-au, set. 5** ** l*W. Sch Mvmn B#u, wolf, ^achs Ilwtnr. M V T P R*4ar. S**. Ainahln* R Srh l.orltl Schoonw RrlqiiMn. *h fUa^. SMi PrsnrM W UudMlphji. r h PhiliB VRRIVA1* at V Alhal Ruav. Sij u i^j^dai*. rrom TnnidM. Jaaan Jonaa a> Ca Urt &f tvmjwr rallr.. MMib-a U IOM pal. Caa Joaaph. irom %  •!* OuMUn. **""' Srhoonsv Uwnai* V Daarwood. 04 <•..• ^rrXittn-i nwn SB Iit^M ApM> Mhncwtn ihinm' Mr*.MM R lv N-Lnr>. SH >n nM, CaiI Rnch hom si Vlneeni ^ %  i dinar AUIIIK A C l.trt AniMna fty Ui *^1 ftwi Bnlit i 0 BM Ml \(r W p \r"- Ml J iVfc-t.1 P *wk M H % % % %  riavdt-n smith Rrh kaa '"""ii -:> FVa-n l'Hm4ad W*,lar. Vi-i Wrb.tr i Mr W BMa-mtd. Mi M Hw.arlaHarru. Mr T llaaloa), M BISHOP'S HIGH SCHOOL TOBAGO Applications r.re invited for (a) Classical Master (preferably honour teaching Latin ami English to HI aster capable of teaching Chi liioiogy up 10 Hmiu r taadafd. Salary in each case $2,160 — $2.S80 per annumApply to Archdeacon F J. STHFFTI.Y. DA, Scarborough, i 27.1 50 lfln P. A [> %  MiA-.." SHIPPING NOTICES %r I %  oiihorn |d —.USaeo. Mt li nwn t Vlrirant \n r n.-*d,nt M t n MM M Hfcr,*rll Sli n H.a-,-V I lBvnaa. Mr R r A CaBanv Mr w f*n i Ra and Mr r n£-..^SS. aNvwwar Pmat-nMU. *l in... PaiiM. for Trinidad A**"!. t*a-nart Aaaorlat im. IN TOITII WITH BARn\r>os COAST STATION CARir Jr .d Wtralr.. %  % % % % %  & B AunruU I %  rrtilina. ^ n l*dv PMBM S.T Dn.KMUiriia... S S I-llru. SB Awnli ii* nwrav. .a Ah,.a h lbn. a R Tap! i. UMUV vi -. rniii lYiiudaat I'lUitl. %  ""Hi Jana 1 %  B Ah %  B s ii, Mi raid.. T.**-. S S N\, K-iPlant*. ,>., s rii -^i suvaitau 'i %  i,,— The SrKaonar MIODA L •" %  rW CBUvi im.1 r %  B W I sen Tel 4*41 M.... Pata PI HIJI mjw I'oun; TIIAFFII IIM.II \TIO\S REAL ESTATE not %  Jninaa Stirri %  Phonr an I PMNG ROVO A mo fOUI badrooma. iwoT NPN of i.„.|*\1. Ubto O.rden. %  mih)B from 2^-^, nt TIardtn. S. Jam*,. Enq uir >Sand,-. BaMt St PM„ Ph(w t ,r M or -I th, Pfamlaei O.rdan. a. Jamw %  test* i pa %  an NESTCC-. | i 3 SO—* ItaTOCK l Voun* half-bnad "olBBBaer C<1' Darn. Gv,*mey Cow .. < %  BnilUia %  •nv' 1 -!'U'dattn Hull Aimi> I ssHIIIIHn' i"!"' fc,„. 4 2 ftO2' i. %  4 tbbi padalii. t)Takr nililwr*. Oaraas Dial *1 1 HttUira I |n p-ron and I" Mart "' 1 447* "MELROSE" L-OLLYMOR*: ROCK Umdms -m I2.D0O nq U ,r ,.. '"* noil** conuina. Drawlna Diifiui Rjwcioaad j,d open Verandah>. fo.i <>^iroonaa onr with running w a irt an .Vf"! ome ** Kllchan and l"antr with buth in Cupboard. Alw a d,' i-(hrd room wnn built in .inboard .u.UbU for Doctor. eonsulllrTroS m iwih bulll m Tub *n. runnina wmUr Two aerv B ni. roonii Will W C Bn d Show*, Bain Two G>r.m Etaclrk Ufhl throafhoul ^" r " %  nipocllon Monday to Saturday bi %  SBolntaMItt, Talrphon* No: J73S. Tha abovo ra.ldencr Will b. offatad ^L .!' P ubUc compotiiion at the % %  %  %  "ujndarakfKaa %  n rrldaj ion, SEAl.Y. 1. SQ—an DV public competlllon al our OfIKe ,,m m:a on Frida, the loth raunura 1*50 , pm -MALTA.. „ I attlawaan Saint J ot *pn conlauunii a l^rooma. Tha dwelling hon— i. r u u, irte %  ervica m. %  i-tla w on appiiNiion io 'urttlfr particulars apply tu HI TCHLN.SON & 11AM II III 31 l.ao—lOn %  LLANLOU S %  r i. M %  4.3 K —In r I BBBsi RO ll • %  < anot i I 1 M %  LAND Ona Acra, 1. rwhea ol ArabU if. braadfmlt. pear, aopV .-"d ioapc-1 in, 1ne p^Q. IH IM vatai .marTlc U | n „ 0 pp| v |„ o A %  % %  r.-tti.. IJ.W. ; u dot ShipplnB A Tradmn Sixain. Und The hbovr will i* P no foSol.%  it asn Jam*. stiaaL ni ni K .i .% %  Bdli.oid.v sth rabruarv % %  : O I, W CLARKE a Mtatasra, 4.2 M In lANnasm %  g.iarr (rat land M To i lew ol tha aaa idat>. 4 2 m •< %  %  I pb; Ro> it 3 2 Ml Wm*T I'ppar n-lm,,..: l" %  %  "• %  Kllchan Dtatlna Ro l.K. Raih and ToUM. G .vtrlc Ufhl. ate OH 4.SM *q n. Of land Phone 4S21 4 2 SO In BAaUsADOS-BRITISH (iUIANA CRICKl-T MAR Mrs AT KENSINGTON OVAL Tha following Rules for Ihe Control of Traffic between the hours in Q-m. and 7 p.m. on the days on which Cricket Match. i layad at Kensington Cricket Grounds ore published for generul information. P. F. CAMPBELL. Acting Colonial Secretary I'OI.ICK TRAFFIC RllaF.S am 1 2 SOMi BT1 in e. : %  %  l|[e Cap* A 1C 1 1 7 50 '• raou riR*;ln-tal a riredooni %  i KITICC or vour raoordl A SONS illdoii i.td. Tua. pn. Bui inc. BBn iHKirrs n_t •hem. from 12 M and S3 ** lMt. A r.M 13 I 1 ^-Jratk *nd C*r Tyraa 1W ... [SI Aalo Tjif Co. .'i 20 I I MUCKS %  'J fm ft. phon nas otintaed pipe All .orta ,. IH tna. Phone M4 %  Ca. Lid. iliat.f.n. r TP.-0 Trolled %  arrewdi I Tencht* Dial 43*1 I Ta. S" 110 %  '•• Co Ltd Dial 4723 4 t SO3n 1 c-ndli A Will la k !" Georie %  I *"** Apph Manaarr Nni. *-—___ ^ a so—• _ %  la raii-fu-l. l.-ind. Tudor rtrlda:a Hap Fine Wik o .-md marlhotc Apply H Rtuart 4 s aft—ii MBOS-Brttlab Cuiann Cricket Matches at KenMngton Oval on Ihe nth. 10th. llth. 13th. 14th. 16lh. 17th, 18th, 20th. and 21st days of February, 1950. RULES made by the Govcinor-in-Executivc Committee under Section 37 '2) of the Police Act. 1908, for the regulation < %  traffic between the hours of 10 am. and 7 p.m. on the days on which Cricket Matches against British Guiana will be played at Kensington Oval. 1. In these Rulesvehicle" Includes carnages, wagons, carts, motor vehicles, bicycles, truycle.v. vans, handcarts, trucks, barrows aiui all other machines for the portage of goods or persons. 2. All vehicles proceeding in the direction of Kensington Oval batman :he hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. shall, approach by way of LafeM Folly nnd Fontabelle Road only and shall proceed La MngU line down Fontabelle Road. 3. Between the hours of 10 a.m. nnd 5 p.m. no vehicle shall proceed on Fontabelle Roud in Ihe clireclion of I*kes Follv. except the motor bmag on Route No. 25. 4. Datwaail Ihe hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. no vehicle -hull antar Kensington Gap from Westbury Road. 5. Between the hours of 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. no vehicle shall be BBrkad In Fontabelle Road from the junction ol Laktal Foil) to the junction of WaatbUT) N<'w Road. 6. After B pm all vehicles leaving Kensington Oval shall do so by way of Fontabelle Road. 7. Between Ihe hours of 5 p.m. and 6.30 p.m no vaM t.ibelle Road from the direction of Lai %  %  |-t motorbuses on route No. 26 and all vehicles aBfWoachinj Kanali shall do so from the direction of Westbury Road. a. Driven ol vahlclei shall obei bag of tha EWk. %  %  Qovi %  in-'i %  -n.-r.vi %  i.live Commlttaa thai 26th da, January, 1950. By Command, E. L. WALCOTT. ( lerk. Executive Committee 4.2.50.2n. i .Hurru Alfred Be ^" ^V' lph Thonip*.,. A.dara. Olan Robert.. Joaeph Sh ia>. "an Mfddoa. Marlon, lohn Dare. Entabrth r.n. E^T* P HS?? I P*eoll. 1-"" mce ,.i || vith rIToci from I Par (tie l I al Ine *. Unoaxi MARS far Trinidad In g will be rloeed al llic i f'arcel UaU, RediileTad Mall, and Ih %  t 10 IS a m .. • ..n lewi. ATHEL RUBY TAKES MORE MOWSSfS A LOAD taken h n D The .-" t.i leave I UUt v ning. Recent l> ln| %  Messrs. H .land., are the ngemi LIQUOR LICENIE NOTICE The applioauon ..f VloUT ROM' %  >M*r ,,| Lea.ua Lft %  "named to her In re pec I rt ,, board and 'Mnsie •hup itli ibad roo* aliatiic. al Hwil Hill SI Tnuiiaa .(.n io tu* md Uquor l.tranar ul %  all *hop ^1 MoUi*ru| T "Tir n*<-d on. 3rd da> of lebruarv iMo PA M.-1XOD. PftUce Maai-irale. D4U A Hifned IONB SSLA1.V. for Anpitcaiil N.H Ttin applicaUon will be con CASTOR Oil I'ublir XulircN-CoRtd OFFICIAL NOTICE LOST A IIIIMI LOST KAJiniNt. Reward offered in luiuj nil Steal Earring i .1, and '"rjiie 5 ? W tli •.V/FJEPSTAKI. TICKET %ar ir C!tTl to Mllchet 4 | H'.WTOr HELP PAYIKQ OUsaTT In .i quiet, printe %  Moderate Dial SMft 2 3 SO— I f n MISCtLLAffEOtJS a, AN rut TO mv ->sTAT.r STAMPS of thr Brillali U-l IndieAl Ihe Certbbea' Ramp Society. 3rd Floor. No lft Sa-an 2V I H ftl 11 WHO IO KIM A roTTAGB 3 lo • mllea rrom Bnd*. i acre land nd cunialmiiK 1 bedrooma. elactrtc 1ISM. i> nicr nnd %  rrvnnl*' quMteri—Mala rant cqutned Write Z o Advocate C i Id 1 3 SO Jn I'C III M \OI 11 KS NOTICE Driri I i 3*ataa RARBADOa. IS THE ASSISTANT COI BI or APPEAI. Oriflnal .Equitable' Juritdirllnn batwesa i-ORA BVaoUrat Plaint if and •TTMLL EVKI v. Br aOrdai dated ihe 3rd day of A'ini'1 l4ft. I nrreby five notice thai bfti mOerad that an Inquiry ..nd -kin* •' accounti ibaJl be medr %  if tna EaUte of BtwatordNathaniel 'sreaaad. to aerectaln m< AaaeSa of tha aatd Eaaate and Xc diftributa It amons the peraona entillec id I hrrci % %  jive nonce to all Credltor.ii.d other paranna having any claim* upon or intereatt In the dtetflbuilon n' the Aeaati of the .aid Eatata to emd Ii or bafort Wedneaday the today of Pabruary iftfta. OBC and addrr-nd partk'i:Ur Of Me claln -r Intareat and a lUtamant af M wcounl and tl-.c let %  if by hi*. And I farther hereby |KWadVanday tha Uih day of %  f>brun an Hall har KI place rtaed .'or adjudacailna; tha aaid claima •< -lit day nf J.. GLLKESk A Clark. A C A 14 1 ftft-3n NOTICI RSJ li-e nuiiflej that th~ Junta %  r.lion iv..: I ..( |li r A irk may I %  'Heeled % %  !. the lale uftemooi. uleo be paid tefl after >nJd-da>. Moi>day Ah can Ii collerted al the Af naultural .„ |M l.ianu Street 3 I M ftl N01ICE DO) PARIMH or iHm.i i in a. n ApplicalUina. acconipaniad bv Bapli. Ortirl.x.t.'.. mil (..rao i "mca up to 3 i> rVbruiiiry. IftftO. fuc ona or .natre i-i Voatry Exhibiliona, Unable roundatton School CandldAlea muai be children iwlehjonara :a Mrallaned nrr • laiu-ea. and muai ftq bat* I fi montha and 13 rear* on date of the examination Candidate* mimt pi-e-arnl II tha Keatdmaatpr of tiw '%  ^ %  haol on Prlda> llth rebruat-y al I %  llll l'V.|l.|!..'l|ll Application forma can be ootat fnan m.v ofnee WOOD OOODAPD Parochial Treaeurar. 3 1 SO an LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE THE application f Alma Edllha larru: of Klrtona. Philip, for penniHioi to etl Splrltt. Malt Uqunr aall ahop at KUton'a SI Philip Dated thia 3rd da\ of f'< To A W HARPER. Pjq A| rS>llcr MaflitrWe. Out | F A KNUll'T for A | N H Tin. application will be conaid read at m IJcenalna: Court to be held a1 Police Court. Dlat -C-. on Wadneadav the !l*ii day of acabruary ifteS al %  a clock a m A W HAftt-EIt Af Police Maaintraie DIK r 4 ? SO I MArUftADCaS. IN Ti AftftUIAM f'OI-RT OF APPRAI. 'E^Uaaa JiB-iadiflioni wmaroN ntvDa ojun i nBGINAlJ) PJJEAZKK EA.tTMOND IN puiauanca ol an OTUVT in the abo\'e action made on ihe 30th oav .rf January Itftft. 1 give notice to pas-sona having any estate, nglu n .ntareal m or any llan or incumhran. inaetina mi that nmin pi.r o. i.,,. of land H U a at lU-iing. In tha Pa of Chrlat OsSKh and laUnd aforewld con uining aaadiiaaaaairamei I ihoMaand mna hundreal and ninety l0 %  quair feel ea> thereoboula abutting n. I bounding on land. •* Mlaa O V. in lend* of Mlaa Ursula 'it Ifflth on n \ road in cumanon .md oti >ei etaa tha tM,n,. hound lo hring boPara me %  %  f their •aud claim, with -he'adl 'locutnanla and iTneBhari. to ha aaaaninrd by ma on any T at %  d ay, or Friday be twaan the hours of 13 3 o'clock In tha Sflacnoon, al the Ofnc i>l tha Clark ag_ the Aeatatant Oourl n | Appaol at tha CVirt Houae ItrV 1 ..•. Leferr lha It**, day of April i-rdar thai .-aak cleJrne may be ranked •ecording to lha nature and priortlteraof reepartlvrli. relrlae ni'h uaraon. will h* pracludad fi... i-anaril of Uk* aald Dacrea, and "e i %  all %  .. ,„• • aalfl propertr. Claimant* ate alao laotkflad ih. ihe !" nift attand taat aaid Court on Wedn-adav the llth day eg April I HO. ' lo baa Mkatr aaid outnm will be •atiBed indar my hand Uui 30th do ol January ltdft. I V GILXTR Ag Clerl t the AaaUt.. ..I Agates MONTREAL, AV9TKAL1A .-.U ZEALAND UNI MMfTFI) M A -. / I IIM K)RT P1R1P i. ^i.tduled to •ail from Sydney January 14lh amving at Trinidad about Fabnigry 7th MSKA1PAK1 la acheduled to Mil from Port Pirla January Tth. BurniJanuary 10th. Beauty Point January 13th. Melbourne January 3Sth. Sydney 1'ebruary tth. arriving at Trinidad ..l-i,ii lath March Thaaas veaaele have ampla apace for Chilled. Hard Praaan anrt I Cargo accepted on Through Hill* Of "ding -ni at Trinidad ... Rarbado-. Win and Leeward Nlanda Agent.Tlinldad PA COSTA ACo I Tl AgjBBSSt naibadoa. ITU ^ HARRISON LINE .M rwaao FROM THI CNITED KINGDOM nue Ihrbadua lELAIDE" S IIU1U.I1V ITODIAM %  OHfeM UUI 8 "I'llllOSOI'HKK %  %  Loadon I 01 I Mllll lor (111 K.-h. 4i tVb. 12lh Frb. "HI Feb. I9lb Jan. ^Isl Jan. Ha Jan Jalh Jan. KINGDOM. < !••*• In Darbadoa IL'lli I For tin Hi.i inlornuliitn apnl. Ifl DA COSTA & CO.. LTD AgcnU. 9JU. I "* AlC-OA PtGA l ANAIllAN HIRVICa • Sail. Nalifai January Urd % %  %  very Iwo weeka. MU POM "IMM -•llN-T.-k %  in ratii i i. si "Hin\s Mtaftn it. \f ilnran. Januai> IMh February ftth Anlrei narbage* %  February llth Arrl Rarbad.i March 3th (I'll. Harbad.. %  litinun JOt'i. '• %  *TA CO. I.TTI -CsnadUn Service lIOBaalT THt.M I HI :. t York and Ou i Clirislian Science j Reading Hoom H. BOWEN A BONS %  Hours 10 a.m.—3 p.m. Tuesda>s. Wednesdaya, r i Mays. 10 a.m.—I* o'clock Saturdays. M i'i rUn>m Ika ruble Bft Ihe ChiiiiUui Sciciica iMe v, unit by MARV I1ARI -DI may ba read. pur: m I I I r j Vititora Are Welcome f -ri l 1A LISTS l\ llll.|| TIH1 rn.nrn OIXON & BLADON ItEAl. ESTATE I'hotie i' I" M %  I in' I MSIKM MlllI'lantationa Building. LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE Tha application ot ltaa>haruon Ware tmdlruj aa Saaphan Wang CO o llindabury Road. St Ma-hael. for par mieakon to aatl rtpinta, Mai' UJO-*. Ac at top and bottom floors of a 1-Moae wedl building at No 34 Ji To H A TAl-MA. Eag Police Mogtatrate. Diet appOcaUon will be eonet iteraal at a LicenaShtf Court 4 3 9ft-)n OFHCIAL SALE BAJaaaADOg IN 1HI I .-l.fAN | ul HI n| Arrr^i I' %  JuHaStrtloni iftvmt (inirriTii Wamt.* laHFllAU) riJtA7.nt nAftTMOND NOTICE it heraby givet. tiJ an Order nf ie Aeaiitant (ourt of Appeal dated the 30th dav of January 'tat. three will ba aet uo for aa
| %  if Chrlat Church and Island •'"•no d ( -ontalnlng b, aasnaaarure'lunuand nfato himdrad) and *iu*ra feat ar ihare.-. land-t Mlea O Mom* on land* of Mlaa Uraula c, -aarl In common and on tna aaibllc r WESTINm YAwmm fo.AIR TRAVEL Reservations on all Air Line* al No Extra Cost Leave BARBADOS by.... '-'-'''*-*' :;',;'.%'. w//>f//// f RECEIVED \nnlhcr Mn.II Shlpinenl ol S. P. H. P. GLAND TABLETS talna %  %  | >\ I O [. I i \i AI. ; j j bul a itnwnl V I I \ I a I I'RHI.: '-•:'• prr tloltle ol I .'H I..I1I.1. JUST ARRIVED A MII.III Supply of that BtJBssa. Ba llraul* rreparallon MIKA< 'I.K HoriiKHie {ream IbUtMMI %  I juvenatmg aanati %  %  lined, nged and •km to that ol youthful 1 n -iiieiuc. Order II Jar I'o-tU> and avoid nUappoliitrnrnl Ki'ini Knights Ltd.: Phoenix Ai iu liable, and Id Weatlu 1 'ii/per JAR hound BM impart. .Ill ba aa •urraedUia Plldby %  not lew than nwed tut sfttn then eaM "* eame I* a ft ft I %  )-> %  lagft 1 v. GUJCSB. Clark of tha AattgtaM Court 4 1 H—Sn and make your connctction TRINIDAD or ANTIGUA 'or I'arii.ylara Sar . BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS\ Ul UlliriM, and I Kl\ IIM. W HII %  > HI.M. n I urc thai you :. ada. iiii.i.iNraorooaam H n IT IS GOOD VALUE ! -II Ml I \ 1 KI II III ( IIIM i.' mat, OaM, link and Blur al SI.JS par yd. IPI N. KATOM in V, liltr. Oafet DM I llroun al "9r. par >d. %  Tl N LIMA Ii. v.ii.l, .rr>. (.uld 4 aoar al $!.;• par id 0TMM RnUllm and shrunk l-iool ItltOAIIU tl IrillSS SIIOIV -.-.-.-.'.V.V.'.'.-.. NOTICE *******'-'-'-%',',',-. s THI SANITARY LAUNDRY CO. LIMITED. Hook.ii k Offlca: (Rv(islerrd in Triniaad) Lower Broad Slreel. Bride'luiMi PIIONKS 1585 A 27M. IS.irli.i.l,,. '* would like to advige their Customers that the Plant has been reorganised and Ihe management changed. We hope that this will give you better Service and that you will favour us with your patronage. .-.'.-.-.',-.-.-.-.-..-.-,.,-.,-,-,..-..,.,.,...,...,.,.,.,.,.,...,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,...,.,.....,,_.••



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.'U.I FOl'K THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATIRDW FF.BRIARV 4 BAFBADOsfikAl)\OCATt Tne A* %  -*•* ("~ 1-ta %  f. ..... .: II,,-.-.-. I'rbruary 4. 1.W I iisl III Header* RBPORT of ihc Public Librarian for the vear ending March 1949 1! much light on the an institution which brings great credit to Barbados. There arc few figures but such as there are show that there is a large reading public in this island. The circulation department issued, according to the report, 184.364 feks during the year and of these 41.45'were non-fiction. The Librarian draws from this fact the conclusion that readers a: ginning to appreciate the regulation which allows them to borrow two books at one time, instead of one in the past, if one book is fiction. Under these c %  report shows an increase of near!' thousand additional readers for thi and this made the grand -tered borrowers 18.990 The Juvenile Depai with 6,536 borrowers had an additional •ration of 1.147 and issued : during the year. The opening of a Branch Libra: Speightstown and seven deposit stations tell of the widening of the scope of the and the endeavour to carry library facilities to those who for one reason or i.nothor rr.ii;ht experience difficulty in reaching the headquarters In : But this is not the end and as if t" notify the general public that "th< limit," the Librarian n ari'lv, %  deposit stations are being considered and plans have been made to expand -he to the country si I But if the merit of the work done at the Public Library lay in its intrinsic value and is to be measured by the cultural ai communit;.. been maki. published 1 • in and giva encouragement to the %  .f the Put)!:. %  itions ••..; to the edl i cultural greatest co-open. concerts of ri-oruwl music, the Di %  .I tinlUglmul assis' local staff was given lU ir~r.' libra: the.' .stuu Edu public for accla.: done quiet minimum of pubi work is reflected in the outlook of the people of the comn labo•" with tne Barbados Public I to that work, has the 1 ng the highest percentage of read any West undian comn the work done and the m %  must be made by individual effort is to bi cutled when the achievement cost 111 %  rank f than ele\. head of the pop.. The 194M Report of the Pubi an enlightening document, a record done in an institution which does credit to Barbados. Why i\atioiialist Sugar ? ••Twenty ^iie^iion*" (H hi. Apologies To Maurice H'iiniu-k) 1 : LfJuatT) (Mr. Cube answers twenty ith the help of Tate i.ffect me 1 e, put to him by! Mr cube: Well Ht+ of all. Mr Case: Heard the news? the great majority ,,f sugar which Mr O wiaTi What about? ielivered straig Mr take: They want to you from a^e0ner> %  ic me! stock whuh your local with our plans to increase sma'lv' packings. Mr. Grace*: Let's have a The 100 Optimists Of Transport House By Mr. Orecer: Cube sugar' always keeps ready. Sor Mr Cabe: .411 sujar I sugar u sold to the public on the nationalisation. And Mr. Offer: Now for question M m* day that it Is packed t the Pu < vjfw. S^'"^.. £££ •jo 1 Rcftnerv I do not think you would would both suffer from nationaiiWV DOES THE LABOUR get the personal service with a sation. Well then, what aoou PARTY INTEND TO NATIONnationalised industry that < '""•-.. „,„ __ lh A a?iar i SL. y *.. "wsn-.-<> %  -S J i SiS L ?S „,„ ,,.> .,,, ,„ keep the co.. MjrJ Would your *;£"„%£ j^-J" StfSipi < karlrs Wii__ FROM a crowded baawnent in Transport! House ciallsl propaganda are bar* diiaauon every day. That ,.half^ Socialist posters, leaflets, manifestos. cap: sugar reHning .5 not a mm* ..road-sheets, labels and what-haia? you poly. Mee. are steady and low The men who write .he P^^J'^^froS Iroin the No one question, the ctVieaa I no offices which the Socialist Party rents from holesaler the Industry. Neither bom" ,P# 'which there are the fewest papers sits 47-year-old Morgan Phillips, the Party Secretary. He is a Welshman trom Aberdare. but there is no evidence of Celtic emouon about him. Quiet. (actual precise, with a dry humour and a face ideallv built for a poker player. Morgan PhllUps looks like a civil servant who is on his way up. But his background is unlike that of any civil servant I know, and he wields more political power than anv of them. In fact, he is probably the must -.-A man, outside the Cabinet, in Britain i '.o-day. IN THE PITS HE was born in the constituency which Keir Hardie represented. At 14 he went down the pits, at 19 he was unemployed, at 21 he was president of the local miner's lodge, leading a hunger march across the Mr. Cabe; I think supplies | mountains to Merthyr. and before he was 25 he '. would be threatened Mr Bustswon a scholarship to the National Laoour College. mante— The miners organised a penny collection to buyMr. Graeer: The West Indian | him a decent suit of clothes and some shoes. -—Labour lea. WttUasJ his way up in the Socialist Party * Mr. Cabe: Yes. that's him H* organisation, he was given a majority of two over 7 says that if nationalisation be-1 Maurice Webb when the National Executive was %  comes a reality he will call i choosing a successor to Jim Middleton as Socialist 1| strike of the sugar workers If h Party Secretary in 1M4. did that i. would have a disastrous Jim Middleton had kept comparatively In the %  fleet on the supplies from the I background. Morgan Phillips, recalling that of the — only other two secretaries In the party's history— MacDonald and Henderson I hole country. Mr. Grocer: That sounds very serious. Mr Cabe: And that's not all' The free enterprise of British sugar refiners Is busy developln" oar supplies of sugar frorr Empire .sources so we can save dollars. Already my Arm haopened a new estate and factor, at Monymusk. Jamaica creases Empire sugar output b-40.000 tons a year. This will heir speed the day when sugar rationing in Britain can end. but If nationalisation causes I those parts and frightens freenterprise away, I can't see mucr. hope for increasing supplies of I. Then Paint, Proleri A IN s r\ %  with BERGER PAINTS LASTIKON PERMANENT OstKEN I'\I\T LASTIKON WHIT] BOCU PUNT LASTIKON BCD OXIDE ROOF PAIYr PERQIITE MARINE WHITE ENAMEL OPAQUE WHITF. UNDERCOAT (obliterates Black ia•*PROMEl'M SILVER ALUMINIUM PROMEIM METAL PRIMER (prevents ruil| EBONITE BITUMINOUS BLACK BERVAR Y.UIIT VARNISH MATROIL 1-LAT WALL PAINT DL'SSEAL WALL PRIMER A NE1TRAUZER -4 HOUR* FURNTTIRE LACQUER I all coloan, R1X HIST HI l TRALI7.ER Mr Cabe: Go on Mr. Graeer: Who owns Tate & Mr Cabe: There i.ldcrs—people Mr Oreer: An Mr. Grocer; N I WHY nationalise Mr CutsM Perhaps to make a prosperous Induati on industries already nationalised Mr t.rocer: That sounds IOM oad book-keeping to Mr. Cabe: 1 afrei happy in their jobs? Mr Cabe: 50'of I • %  rnployees have been with for 15 years or over. They :;ke since the General Strike of 1926. Mr. Graeer: Tit n why nationugar? Mr Cabe: I won't count that as a question as you have asked it before, but I agrve it is pu77hnn ken have not asked for it any more than the housewife. are arriving now. Special packing q Utr ;:. sugar workers depots have been planned and one H,. Oroecr: Y Mr (ft under construction. Building nationalisation of sugar is a bad licences take a long time to get thing—what can I do about It? but we shall get the packets to Mr Cube: TOU you in spite of bureaucratic word. Sir, though you've only asked 16 questions. If you Mr. Graeer: What about 2-cwt. K( on serving your CUf) bags' My girls can't hump those, you huve done in the past it's up Mr Cube: Wu have only been to j -.:i I brilliantly pi said the enthusiastic effort the war, "had Lhing," has died in the paupers' ward of a Parts hospital. She was spue %  making friei %  friendless, penniless. And (he was barely 29 years old. M Luehure. \wiu m Without Bars." and, having scored a hit was asked to go to Hollywood to do an Englch wwIK II. >l Marl oil Hrilain kue %  Sect,Research from l*Ml to 1h go->d looks. "She is the eternal schoolg.il.' wrote one cntic. 'She i> the young daughter that any father of a family would be proud to as bis own." Corbsna herself started a life off %  tl von Itibbentrop an.l A beta, German wartime "ambassador" ti> France, who .s now serving a long-term prison .i.iie lived hiuli It wag a Ufme had become Prime and the other Foreign Secretary, moved to the front of the political stage. As an ex-offlcio member of the National ExecuUvt, he shaped policy. Today, as a member of the Scciahst campaign committee, he is one of the key men in putting it across the nation, (it is worth! noting that the only two members of this committee j who are not then* in an ex-offlcio capacity are jourI Michael Foot and Mrs. Eirene White.) This committee Is now being wound up. which leaves even more power in the hands of the central machine. I taw i-.im the other day Morgan Phillips was studying the Press reports of the Socialist maniI don't think the misrepresentation is more than usual." he said. "On the whole we've had a very good Press. He mckes It his job to read every' national newspaper each day. beginning with the Daily Herald .mg up with The Tlmea or Manchester Guardian. But his chief job at the moment is tt venee The output of propaganda. "Tim is the production period", he said. "I have to read the original copy, check tha proofs with the live departments, approve the final proofs and authorise the numbers for printing." OH, when the campaign develops, he will probably start speaking. The result' "It is too early to be precise, but I im confident wi ftTa shall win." He said Ith conviction, raising his voice a little. Then I asked him what he would do in the event of a Socialist victory. His eyelids flicKered momentarily, and he said softly, "1 shall stay here." ) different personality to Morgan Phillips is burly, while hiliil cheerful 62-year-old Dick Windle. National agent of the Socialist Party and of the organisation department. rranging the speaking tours of leading and issuing guidance to local agents all' over the country Windle's telephone rarely stops' ringing. "You want a speaker on February 20?" he says to one caller "That's a bit close to polling day. Most i of them will be going back to their constituency, j Hut we'll have a go. Windle is purring with satisfaction. "I have never known a time when the party was responding so effectively and so efficiently in its preparator. How many speakers has he got'' "We arc not short of speaking talent. And we do not employ one ; professional propagandist, not one." :ganising elections for nearly At Merano. in the Austrian 30 years. As a result of his experience he was chosen Tyrol. Allied counter-Intelligence i as British representative on the United Nations com%  aught up with them. mission to observe the Greek elections in 1946. The pretty girl was handed over' He suddenly found himself an expert on Greek to the French, and thrown nil x times in 18 months on one prison—with bars. Her father WM commission or another. shot as a traitor. lNTELLElTlALS MORGAN PHILLIPS and Windle are both party stalwarts of long standing. The other two key figtbe 100 strong Socialist Party staff at Transport House come from the intellectual wing of the party. Denis Healey, the 32-year-old tweedy secretary of the international department, author of such forUcy pamphlets as Cards on the Table and Feet on the Ground, went from Bradford Grammar School to Balliol where he took a double first in Mods and Greats. He was a major in the Engineers during the war. In her prison-with-bars she had still retains a fresh-faced open air look. contracted T.U. Speaking four languages fluently he now spends H condemned to 10 years' much of his time abroad. In the past 12 months he of "national indignity" and set has visited Italy (twice). Greece. Canada, the United ft** 1 / 1 States, France, Belgium, and Germany. M e darlt d '* y eontinued. My chapcrone. pretty Joyce Worley from the Press National indignity" meant that | Department, had some difficulty in securing mv I Corinnes civic rights were • next appointment. While we waited in a corridor she WILKINSON & HA i NKS CO., l.Tn Succestera U :. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD. c. Phone: 141? A a Si; ••V/KV.WVAVA/.V.V.V.?CV.V.V.V.-,v/.., v ,. ////( i\ I'llllllf I It-lttllf We7/ Dvlirvr You Thvsv BACHELOR'S PEAS— iO;!" %  „, BACHELOR'S PEAS— 19-o/ ICfNG SUGAR, per pkz. CASTER SUGAR, JH-I MANX OYSTER STOUT. er not RED CHERRIES IN SYRUP. IJ-oz. lin RED CHERRIES IN SY1 I P, 30-uz. tin PALETHORPES MEAT ROLL, per lin PRUNES IN SYRUP, per t.n per bdt HEINZ 57 SAUCE, per bol. ANCHOVY SAUCE, pti hot STANSFELD. SCOTT & CO.. LTD. -'..*..W.'*WV,*,V 111 III.II...k IN 1946 came Corinnes turn. Even spectators who had come to .: court were silenced by the terrible change in her as she walked into the dock. She was gaunt and haggard. A bright spoof unhealthy colour glowed in Frencn each cheek. She was racked bv oughing. of adul.i mken away, and all her property | iold me that the Press Department is answering, on except for the most meagre peran average. 30 inquiries an hour sonar trinkeU. She shares the work with grey-haired Moily Bell. w : who has been in Transport House for over 20 years without a passport and without Head of their department is kindly Arthur Bax. •he eked out existence a tisU for salmon pink shirts, but does an I job despite this unnecessary distraction. CAI TKH'S riNALLY 1 •*# UKk>I Vouns M->MI--OM hMd of Uw RMMTCI) Drparumnt " *** author of mwl of th Sociilut ho*6qu*rU>n propassnd* Mat oil! com* your way durtn th* A product ol UM fatom prosroMiv* school ai Dartinfton rationing—she used to her friends at smart Parl ITS a head—and andleai champagne When the German Army fled, and the "eternal girl" fled with them 1 MMi tin grtal thing ID HUN world h nut M WMfe where \\t -land a in what direction an are moving. —Oliver Wendell Holmes. a Parts slum. Recently there had been talk w a possi b le "come-back Nobody believed it. But when thev %  ent through her slender belonging after her death they found it Ha", Mch*tt vouns awa> M Mudioua and inwii^tuai *. „, triiai TllJ %  a*.a AIH % %  % % % % % %  ~~m%  %  %  %  _* h % %  %  ) found a contract from a well-known Italian director offer-1 Ing her a role in a film in Pome She had accepted and signed the contract. I —London Express Service. I exavct. b'-i alao pa— w > a say HUM of hunwi_. Aprwt h it *nMd in polwhlm up Praoi art.clr* and tanoidat* and othon whoaa i.BSins around" reona eUa tn Traruport Houaa Uiai 1 mat. ht *xpcU %  toff In t ticury. but did not asra* wllh aoma of ih* more taumaMa arbich ara in circulation. .,1 (Wpand on tr* camp*!*^". ha aatd. Pcrhafw ha H cawttows ha ca uaa he apaoda hu tvrmnii out ON of Hixborn and ff| fa an c r— Soulh -III III Mil IIS BAY| To The £dr > 01. SIR.*-E\ ery West Indian eased in the Brit; •X Nations knows the name S Amery a newspaper report of a ipaech which I woul I here. Spean.r,*: at New'castle-a Mr. L. S A: lorur-term asjreeme-.: %  %  i. aaa-si ,.(, : aaSnsi were '•• .aftf far fsur aasaasa? r. ibr flaOT* USe ar—atatin Tin* I in. I HB|I> i IN The Une W IM lluys Announcing... THE RECENT ARRIVAL OF [ "Princess Refrigerators Size .*> cu. ft. Sealed I'nils 3 Year Guarantee High Efficiency Institution Lock in Handle Finished While with Blue accessoriM DA COSTA & DIAL 3878 CO., LTD. ELECTRICAL Off*. d States. The true >*f was the purchaser, but "int ol Mllflt.il I Will i secure those pur. i.asers in other countries upon whose readiness to Mir whole national li(. • ; aaadSM i oiurvative poiicy of a rope enveloped and strung and united %  iut and ling ( Uayae thangs hnuted passii isa %  %  ;< tits, looking I themselves for the shaping ol their DAJAN IMPERIALIST. Qnmllt) /.//> r.—The AdroLOtc S1H is supported in u uy the %  Isstat alia. | i it Is i must II at DO afgair: M %  use to .i-in t %  %  aVif* Tvrminu* To The Editor .—The *U %  eryonc kaVM atrol in Barbados bristles with piob %  :i gi ad u > uses ol %  bust mak • a suggestioir r possible amc and len to be .ess concern many %  %  %  the 4 15 5l Safely WU; of casas aff ajajdajettiafas are ('rirh'l Iam SIH.-K | u, ( „g% %  .lowing XI to represent Barbados in the first game in tne ''' %  % %  Tnursd^v February a. The team is order. J. Lucas. J. D Goddard .. % %  I have dropped Hoad. Proverb* and Wood. I feel that we shouki play our strongest XI for the firs: S Tie. Wood has nothing on far as wicket-keepuig s coned addition. at an adm.rab> bat. to do a lot of batting. I would ...t Hoad replace "Fafhc'' Williams; for our fast attack, K.-., ind sun^jrled by Goddard %  Marshall may well war-' he emission of "Fofhe" but "Foffte" has on all occaHa>\saU a keythe team, therefore I the original tag "Bcjgles shouldering the brunt ol our slow bowling. DTD %  MM-*; —I have read with con-ich grief anu ,. the revelation by Mr. I K. Jonei in to-day's Adl female has been i permitted to enter, to IttYBbV ix>rtals of Hal r.aiai .n order to • • and Littl. 'mores' What ig to* EH; SELEi I piiasi CEIEALS: CREAM OF WHEAT PUFFED WHEAT PEP gfAKEH OATS i v i o %  a i PINEAPPLE JUICI O HANGE JUICE STRONG MINTS BARLEY SUGAR GOLD BRAID RUM I A R BREAD CROWN DRI'. THESE VfH •'•' l iiiiii Dt IIIITII Chocolate, tan"" Vanilla. JELLY POWDERS -T* (5) Flavours TAPIOCA FIGS ';, WWDEB CARR'S SWEET BISC3 h ore signed will, a nom-de-pJun.e, buf ur accor:rv7-..ed by (he customary bone tides. wiJ7 be ignored Many sue. 1 ) reach (he Editor's desk each sreeJt, and readers ai9 again reminded ol (he necessity for (he writer's name to be known to (ho Editor, not tor publication, but as an assurance ol oood taiib. MEAT DEPT BREADS, BRA: rna. VntlaMa. '• %  '• COD FILLETS Phone GODRVIUVS TO^> C Boooo8e w//w


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^r IF JOE STALIN SHOOTS AT 4 Uncle. Sam Is Ready At 5 WASHINGTON, lei, J %  ni[ lMTi:i> STATES lli;i I M .. SYSTEM is reachte a point where il can be read> for action within yp.Otttnrr Secretary, Louis Johnson, told a meeting Iniver-ity "f Virginia, lip said that through uni^ "the defence of the United Stales is in better shape a^oser Ilia" 'I %  '" N '""' demobilisation. %  nation in the world that would i." Mr. Johnson Males "We seek to have a mill! I lo deter that id to Ink hell .'.111 know th. lathing at lour am. the power of the United I be on the job .it live %  S. %  I % %  r il a J frltrnurr I I.0. Barbados ^nuncate Y/ Prirr: ^ FIVK CBI \ T S Yrur ... FREYBERG TO OPEN EMPIRE GAMES Chilean Cabinet Resigns umAGU Chllt ^^^^ %  fcebinet has decid, rMiim tjday. to alluw # Gonzax | appro:' oew ml 0, %  wave oi • %  tm noi ." % %  been I the new cabinet will : men or tech| IB COOlpOSItlOl lo depend on developIrike 'ituation. SaUBP.Mil hu ordered lion of work .Lugo and other there clerks struck on U support of tclcphonra striking for %  CM Lied last iiiKht.i get militiir;.uithuntles 12 Nations: 600 Athletes Compete I By VERNON MORGAN). THE fourth British Empire Games will be open ed at Eden Park Stadium here to-morrow afternoon by Gov. General. Sir Bernard Freyberg, VC. The ceremony, in which MO athletes from twelve nations of the Commonwealth will take part, will be watched by a crowd of probably more than 40,000. shooting is over'' in the light %  N of the %  Strvkaai %  "Hi, m the top level of the military establishment. %  :iel(i. iho BUB unification, and the Air v to go 01 a team. was no unification _. bour, or Peai could not have I i d Reuter. 1 killed: .1 Injured In !*.<;. Train Crush Gt' I 6 o'clock on aservenc to sigt emeraraI tuffs tf tht strike con at County BOO: bdeflnitelv. Md into ;. pun of Santiago new ul Lichneld'i No. 30 Viiisjr tt >trlke for 24 hours worker* in Santiago. en and copper .pport of (V-heater 01i\er Francis iIuB.G. At 63 Be* Ad %  MOTOWN. F. Dher Mlchai F K i short Saturday % %  Dr. Fr.ti.t: ML eduL..;. I ,.lld qualified ai ML) ItHcGil' from 1919 tf, %  par year Joini l 1Service retiring at "he B* >ear UM7. %  md m PM officer of British %  ad as Cold Medal in 1942 for ,_.' T luan]e i, •, —By Cable tee, killing nla, 61 year-old female rid Injuring Bee others. The news reached Georgetown %  p no and toe chief w A T Parkini iped bj lo tha ican night din cleaj bog Una iafallail train li FOR THE EAST riMI He the Tr,.„ar Square fus^Und, look.n. 1U. ,„,. ,„„ B.II. Worker* Fight For More Wages /Monster Demonstration Hoffman Wants $3,100,000,000 For E. R. P. Will Strive For German Independence %  member* Union, in wh.it I clare to be tha %  %  1 %  Mil in order to impress the world that B Both trains had back Ina at Fort Watting! to allow the Demc. i ,, r eppoin l e u I I regular .. i : the omnlb 1 nsBrimi: Guiai to follow i( t not K Catholic Hospital! more than five m Funer.il | n hi on UM omnil i train were alongside No. 30 H the goods train ul ;i mile pull up disappeared %  omnibus train. Rookamania was on the platform of the middle coach which sad and she died %  v. The Injurad were fetown and ra detained at Colonial The other two were %  —(By Cablel. WASHINGTON. Feb. 3. iteration Administrator Paui | g Congrt lional support Programme this vear. mn who has jutt returned from Europe was to n ..mi with Democrat Senator Tom Con%  i the Senate Foreign Relations Comm • The Senator is the Adrnuuatra. • rtk *V ,h '"de BERUN, Pali ft aW in lleilin to-day to %  %  > 'tha National 1 t CaMa). TWO R i TTLE FOR ViGRID'S "ROBERTO" L ROME. Feb, 3. Vihrst ofiiciai annoi ii Ingrid Herman came to-dav r vuia MarKhenta Clinic !HI. wh I lid "mother fart R( ,i njE A \ wt splendidly." C3*^ "'" W wi5h ol Ml5 Bergman. C* ,1; av Joel*. ' %  founder m LaaW ....... ffcpi'-i. dirw.: 01 till Uh %  Ul sUrUM • %  *rpnH|.iooKin A trans-Atlantic battle for tht TUttOdj oi Ingrid Bergman's new i ioped to-day. say informed sources tutura of the child will %  i way between Bergman I i •ourcae said tha %  affection for the child %  to keep it when he ful ft repeated vow to mar .tTgman as "soon as she ureas close to Berg1 :. .1 I-.,:/' British Atom Leak Charge Follows U.S. Check LOM %  % %  %  to an era nttl Pob.inder the %  %  iieo to be. %  %  ft, nn pite 3 PARIS, Feb. 3. Vincent Hie Bill ratifying l h e agn %  making the lndo-( within French I f\ ersca s %  I'ruirneau an%  0 thfl tonight in a" ram addressed to in Indo-China Pierre Ptgnon. i:.iii.-i Police Ban RC Protest March -IN BRITAIN LONDON. F. %  %  I %  Ill t tin Q Britain. measures through the Sonata. ConnaUy has already proposed a cut of at least Jl.iWOuo.ww below the $3,778,000^ congress voted last for European aid. "1 am going to see just huw much Hoffman thinks we can cut this year." Connelly told a "1 am .sure he will • a full report on the siti uation." < nator who has been in i etaae touch wath Hoffman'.* Eurosaid he had met with r success In urging the lowering; of trade ban nl on conveitibilm ol lin jobb of wiping out trada baniara, and gatttttj -tan have not vet been settled, he said 'Hoffman left the European ]>eople wrangling il II %  IK. (Ibsirut-ts So far Hoffman has given no hint of how he feels aboul the chances of bringing the Marshall year. Democrat Senator McCar%  in has said that Britain is standing in UM ing union being considered bv EC McCarran. who is Chair:tog" Cornrnit pending said also that < .„..„ '—— !" >•- to iidvi i nas saia aiso Uiat nmught into this arrangement. th.it L&Utand'l inability to Trafulgur Sojuantake part should not be permitted SVJUJH take part .should not be permitted Rosary would haw ' obstruct this first real step toed. AU political pro-;tibility of currencies 'i tendon were banned : n Western Europe "—Reuter. ee months. Education Act all aeh i Vf • n i_ j Keleased On liail lAuona, and %  nd oth. rgantaabons have %  leaj rruuormclL Comrnlttee >( UM made up of r-r Ulbright (SED). otto Nuchka '^DW) and Qa ^nailer parties and orgai .h> Council issued a manifesto tiling m : nan who lovad his country" to c>oae the i.ink* beh. ...i CounNational Front, based >n the German IVincralHKerubue. the stronghold of barno. ha vital tntareots of the entire eopta, ami to nscioua CJermans", "ruter. Britain Will Recognise Vietnam i % %  • %  %  i %  %  i %  at, was boeved in usually waU-lnforjni i Informed vanunanl i n Parti ill m o rnin g that Brita i reeogni* %  —Renter state conl To obey the act a 'bout £50,000.000 It is cd Britain^ k this community ...: afTord. cnt issued today bj %  i that th. i .ling wii i Id have walk. %  recessions would havi heir nun way to the meeting. —Heeler Trinidad Elections Next September %  r %  —Br Ones bAYONNE, Feb. 3 I Joas Carlos D a Silva Ramos. Id Hr.-zih.iii leased at 5.10 p.m. to-day from where he had %  i>eccmber on the charge of murdering h. %  r Monique. 1 I ") francs £1.35l I Oxed last nignt by examining court this morning and this, ifter a telegram was received. Lning magutrati l>a Silva should be released o on, but thio was subject to appeal of Monique Di ig*. It Wai I'nderstood that Moniqi.. Madame Boryc. did not intend t. ;.ppeai against the magistrate'^ ruling. —Reeler. .S. Seuahns Lrg? W Orld Federalitiii -OF NATIONS WASH ma A group of N way m buildini Mt %  in a resolution stating. • • fundasupport %  fined ni guate to preserve peace and prereaaaon throux. I forcement of w Rretrr. Ue MavSeek Control Of The H-Bomh LAKi: si\ CUfl m B i.iry Genia) Trygve Ue said today he u KM make a proposal fo.e trol ol the hydroPin bomb iir declined "inment specifically at his prau i on Preeidenl Trunan s order to produce Ml 1.1gaJd howi %  weapons of mass 'make it more and m "lfinue the yearrh for among ti "wwers. not only ,.„ • •: %  I.I ontrol •ncrgy, but on oth %  tha United Nations •fTorts to make tl leainst —Ilmler lit'vin Hack In London LONDON. Fi %  Colombo. Before coming to London Mr. Bevin stopped off it p .a:t a talk with ti I %  : Alter his arrival In L "icvin proceeded to No ng Street to see Pun.. aft Clement Attlee— Beuler Iterlin Traffic % I'osiliun LHaltered i m %  % %  .morning. %  upply lorries luiurl>. .,i % %  % %  the western side of ': %  Keylrr. • On page 3 ^///AW^V/w/w/^^Hiag^iiy^^^^ twelve taanu on the parade %  %  liana as hosts of the 1938. followed In alphabetical ord> 1 ngAnnd Fiji, Malaya. Nigeria, Kru-deMa. 9eaU land. South wfth Nea Zealand, the 1 coming In List l)islm^uisln(l Visiim %  %  1 1 flag leader. bune of ;: isitors. %  : -I Will %  %  Cieorgc VI. ind tl M A %  .dute I %  the rah Then the Bag bear* e oatl %  %  %  •ins will th.n march out %  %  %  II begin with h(1 hant s hundred srdi ill 00 Mgn of I %  The Maaak %  %  "> mUrn, %  In Ihr (-v.-mnK. th