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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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Bridgetown, Barbados
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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Sunday







































































1950.

hados Govt. Names

ock and Adams For
grenada Sugar Talks

= West Indies Sugar Conference which ii

ss proposed should be held in Barbados wii)

in Grenada during the week beginning
y 20th owing to the difficulty of obtaining |

modation in Barbados for the visiting
: The Barbados Government
—_—___—-——a!will be represented at the
Conference by the Honourable
D. G. Leacock and Mr. G. H.
4 i Sir John Saint will
1 ipany the delegation as
advicer,
Hon'ble

t



Harold E. Robinson,

Chairman of the B.W.I. Sugar
t Association and President of thc
Trinidad Agricultural Society

arrived from Trinidad yesterday

Feb, 4 morning by B.W.1.A., and return-

HAVANA, Cuba,



nue) Antonio de Varoné a| Robinson, Chairman of the Bar-
his post as Prime Minis- | bados Sugar Producers Associa-
the new Government. The} tion and Hon'ble H. , A. Cuke,
ister of State goes to | Referring to the statement ap-
, Senor Ernesso Dihio, | pearing in the Trinidad Guardian
' tional lawyer who has | last week in connection with the
ad Cuba at several inter- ' proposed sugar cuts, Mr. Robin-
* conferences, including | son said that it was released by
meeting of the Inter-/ the B.W.1.S.A., who got the in-
in Colonies Commission at} formation from the Colonial
The President said ha | Office through the Trinidad Gov-
completely revise govern- | ernment.

is seen enjoying the dancing
























plland prayed and hoped
oner Laing this eve-
at all districts had re- |

‘Found Off Berbice | 7..0° ces boncen pos

po ice th
(Parbados Advocate Corresranient) he would like to see the queue

WM lear”, High waters| GEORGETOWN, B.G. Feh, 4 waiting lorries cleared up
fd lashed over the sea; The motor vessel Albina of the| 3 p.m. today.



Dut without the high|Surinam Navigation Company Foitewin. this stateme:
Sot enough to do any | missing since January 31 on the abel 5 es heingv cleared : 4
“damage. | coastal run between Neu Nickerie,! Y°"le'® pi , pre ct eda

tan be no improvement |a Dutch town on the Corentyn¢ i ite ee ae a PRaelape: p

im the flood situation fur | River bordering British Guiana ae Sia A VOL GEE Ree

checked documents and bills o

fo come as the ; i
Jading curiously.

land is} and Paramaribo was located rud-
level and it will take} derless by the B.G. Government!
the water off. |S.S.Lukanani on Friday night 15 At the
wading up to their | miles off the Berbice River mouth

‘ fin water in a desperate It was swept westwards by!
find fodder while at| coastal currents and the Albina’

P Berbice, which is

time of this morning’
announcement 240 lorries wer
waiting on the British side of th
checkpoint to be cleared.





now /S.0.S. was picked up by _ the The Soviet statement came
mt of water, sheep are| Lukanani eight o’clock on Friday complete surprise following last
the dozen per day. right while the Lukanani was on} night's ban on the Autobah
ial Soup kitchens went | the way to Berbice from George-| ¢; ffic because of icy condition
lion at four other points. | «gyn, - Whig. Weeventoraed’ Be. J :
pins to the Central Flood! “The Lukanani answered the aad dane 'c effe e f



was complet




d reached $1,000 t



League of Coons | S.O.S., went alongside the Albina | three hours after inis ht. Unti

d $500 and opened aj teen proceeded to Berbice anc) 10 p.m. today about four lorri
Fund to aid the Buxton | *“ nt a flash to Georgetown. The| paq trickled through toward
where the League has a| U& © ondor was despatched to the! perlin, Reuter.

Stablished—(By Cable), | Scene and the Albina will be towec |

in to Georgetown and is due to}
arrive on Sunday for repairs. |

k Unbroken

Lucia Strike



LORD NORMAN
DIES AT 78

A B.G, Airways plane made a|
| search of the coast from the Esse-/
| quibo to Paramaribo River on!
Friday but never saw the Albina,
—By Cable.

;
|

LONDON, Fel
Lord Norman, Gove!









—, Sunday.



Drijl Hall last night to see the

at carius Prio de Socé ed later in the evening afte
wba announced today the having talks on general policy
n» of a new Cabinet to) in connection with sugar with so aa ee eam
fet which resigned on} Hon’ble G. D. L. Pile, Barbados A GAY CROWD was at the
| Director of B.W.1S.A., Mr. E. Sj in aid of the St. Philip Baby We

which



Soviets Lift.
Traffic Ban SINGAPORE VILLAGE




licy now that the Repub-/ The statement said that 900, After a Fare.
ty had withdrawn from | 000, tons is the limit the West 3
ition —Reuter. Indies are expected to produce HELMSTEDT,
— {in the present Sugar agreement! West German lorry tra head- |
@hi A al offered by the Mimstry of Food| ‘ng to Berlin on tl had tobahn w
Shines l gain }and from this amount, 25,000] virtual y back to complete normal-
e. | tuns wouid be reserved to start y as was bs t ee
' ‘ish Guiana | @ sugar industry in British Hon-| blockade by 10 p to-day. bifty |
| duras. He felt that this should lorries had passed » checkpoi rt |
Advocate Corres) } be resisted by everyone interes- ear here on their way to Berlin
GETOWN, B.G., Feb. 4 ted in the welfare of suger IM in less than an hour this morning
f shone all day to-day | the West Indian islands. linttce,.the Raattone Gomnak nolice
a welcome relief to the | ee | vifte Taye tate ate tc Aue aeees
nd the winds were light ‘ie iowa pA Narre apd Be hein ee
ing tide rose to 19 feet. Missing Vessel me Os ney eel Coe! Lesa
s and residents along rhe Soviet border Comm:







Aduncate «”



Price:



IX CENTS

Vear 35.



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a.

Cabaret and Mannequin Parade
Child Nutrition Clinic.
and Story on Page

given
lfare Centre and the The crowd

preceded the

Tnomas

show rictures four,



COMMUNISTS BURN

1,000 Homeless, Two Dead

SINGAPORE, Feb. 4.
A party of 70 Communist terrorists entering the village
f Simpang Tiga, near Sitaiwan in Perak, just before dawn
today burnt down over 100 houses and left 1,096 people
homeless.
One young
¢ideath, many
rious 5
drowned
well to

girl was burned to
other villagers wer
burned, and a man wa
when he jumped into a
escape from the blaze

Police reported today that Com-
munists in both Singapore and
Malaya are showing signs of

Police Hunt “Boy
King” Of Drug Ring

warming up for a counter offen-
sive while more than 13,000

SA, Feb. 4
Police throughout Italy
were today nae the
mystery “boy king’ ol a Malayansevolunteer daily-for the
huge Italian drug ring: One al dut @tive against terrorism.
|
|
|
|
}
Rea Ra Ae ee a Be

of’ his alleged Lieutenants, j i

arrested here last night after || During the week an increased

a swoop on a luxury hotel number of Communist flags,

was taken to police head- posters and pamphlets hav
appeared in public places

quarters wearing a dressing

throughout the Malayan Feder-

own over silk pyjamas |” ation,

Police said the trail of ‘the
gang’s 2l-year-old leader } Guerillas have been cuttin:|
led from Istanbul through | more and more telephone wire
the galkans into Italy. |} and an attempt was made t

sabotage water pipelines in Joh-x
which Singapore depends for
main water supply. Authorit es
rfront in Kuala Lumpur announced toda,
irae | that 80,626 civilians had already
| enrolled for duty during th
i| “Malayan peoples anti-British
vonth”, These volunteers, and

Cocaine and cpium had been
smuggled across he ilf a dozen
ountiies to reach ni

dens on Genoa

rceotic



. . ;
inglish WV oman tens of thousands of others ex-
pected to enrol before the end of
next week, will join with th

ecurity force in a drive against

Disagrees With
ege y . the Communist terrorists planned
British Council t Males this Ssoaeh ” rer

—Reuter,
° * |
To Live In Czechoslovakia |



PRAGUE, Feb. 4



“No Case Against

|
or, Correspond | A. Rides, a 35-year-old j
LUCIA, Feb. 4, | 3 f England -f 920 to lishwoman working for the |
; Bank of England .from. 192 i : g ve x
flock is unbroken after 1944, died here today aged (6 i Council in Czechoslovakia, | The H-Bomb
ai § which it is reported Greeks Return To Work Some of Lord Normat mosi| today told Czech journalists that}
wovernment over £100,- ATHENS, Feb. 3. important work between the twajshe was resigning her post be- NEW YORK, Feb. 4.
Union executives claim Greek postal workers have re-| World Wars was on the Dawes} cause he disagreed with the; The Executive Committee of the}
© increase demands, if} turned to work after a fortnight’s Reparation Pl: one of|Council’s policies, Czech official) World Council of Churches will |
Would cost only £: 5,000 strike for higher wages. The Gov-| the British delegates on the Rep-,;sourcly said Miss Rides had ap-| discuss the hydrogen bomb at its
ernment had promised favourable] aration Act to balance the Germaii| plied to the Czechoslovak authori-' meeting on February 24, according |
Port workers were call-| consideration of their claims anc sudget.—Reuter. |ties in London for permission to;{9 the Rt. Revd. Stephen Neill, |
S morning for «nm emer-|they returned. jlive permanently in Czechoslo-| Assistant Bishop io the Arch-:
ng at the Union | vakia, bishop of Canterbury, who ar- {|
rs oo : .
ao naraicod that Mr 4 C] héad of thal f° ed by air from Geneva yester- |
aes ond suses ii d Sh D it » 1: c a ts tee day to address American student |
Wizaiys > ete , a) a Ss an § |
employees and sugar| MOUSE Aan op Saas e€¢ rritish Couneil in Prague, said| Gay to address “American student |
pom strike in sympathy. toda at — had no word that) the bomb, he said: “If you have |
; —( By Cable.) P li > he d K l \ 7 ag iss Rides had resigned or in- to admit bombing from the air, |
— O1lce = oun Xp OsiV es He a th eh, See you have no case against the|
e sac 1e ac eara only once ” |
Sane — -,| hydrogen bomb.”’—Reuter, |
i Miners W alk AN unoccupied wooden bungalow and shop in Ric h-| spot n — eat var “— wae |
f y ome oO January g 0 see re
mond Gap, Eagle Hall, was dynamited last night short! | mother, who was critically ill in












after eight o’clock. The house which was lately built, is

ut Monday
WASHINGTON, }eb. 4,

» Teports of another
€@ in American coai
Gd today.

@ Mine Workers C

making plant of Messrs. Barnes & Company, Limited. It
was valued at $4,281 and insured for $2,500. The damage
is estimated to be $70.

i]

hois said that union | The police found dynamite, vicinity, arrived after a hi

S the country hadj|in the cellar and severe dam-|crowd had gathered and was in
pet to walk out on Mon-| age was done to the gallery por-| time to disconnect a burning fuse.
Would join the 100,000] tion and foundation of the house.| The timely disconnection saved

= fe already on strike} The terrific explosion startled | more extensive explosions, as well
me protest in an effort} many shoppers and pedestrians|as injury and perhaps death to
With shorter hours anj{ who hurried to the scene. L/Sgt.| many of the curious people. |
Reuter, ; Marshall of the Black Rock Sub Houses in the neighbourhood
Station, who was patrolling the | were shaken,

the property of Mr. Arthur Niles, foreman of the block-| ulmost three and a half years in

| Reuter,

7
_

|

| Reuter. > minut

| England. Mis Rides had been

Claims New
Air Record

LISBON, Feb. 4.

|
Cc zechoslovakia where she was |
A pilot claimed here today tc |

head of the medical department



have set up a new record time
for the Bermuda-Lisbon direc
HO CHI-MINH GOVT. flight by covering the 2,657 mile
in 12 hours 25 minutes. The pilot

BUCHAREST, Feb. 4 Capt, Torres de Navarra, was fly-

The Rumanian Government to-| ing a Skymaster carrying a crev

day recognised the Ho Chi-Minh} of nine and four

regime in Vietnam, Indo-China,'the Havana-Madrid

nd declared its readiness
ablish diplomatic relations

RUMANIA RECOGNISES

route,

eget seg Eetebod flight is 14 hour
Reuter.

BIDAULT WILL
RESHUFFLE CABINET

PARIS, Feb.
Minister of the Interior handed to French Prim«
linister M, Bidault today the letter notifying the collective

resignation of the five Socialist Ministers and their Secre-
taries of State.



jin Berlin,

Jule s Moch









text will be published later today.
B:dault expected to reshuffle position next Tuesday whes h
net to give France expected to call for a vote «
rovernment without So mnodence
resentation since th« “We are faced with the prosp«
lrawal of Socialists i } je in the structure of
th Part t Government which we did not
er 211CV
inav¢ 1a
‘ eaed in retor ?
the al~
Reuter.

| of MrgClark Meilwaine 6f Wash- f ee

_ its appreciation of the

British j

submarine Truculent by the Neth- me 2 \
|erlands merchant ship Almdijk

last month.

look out. {
An Admiralty statement on te| sialic ma
loss of the Truculent said: from the
evidence available, it seems that
| the master of the Almdijk did al
that was possible with a deer |}} A new TABLE MARGARINE is nov available
draught ship in tidal waters, anc i\ ¥ Gvigniee
lost no time in making an accur. |)) which tastes like, looks like and ca ised in
ate and informative signal. i
—Reuter | ' place of Table Buiter and it has been fortified

passengers 01 |

The |
usual airliner flying time for the lt
| ter,



RITAIN IS SPLIT WIDE OPEN

‘Class War Has Wrecked

Wartime Comradeship
Churchill Warns In First Election Speech

LEEDS, Yorkshire, Feb. 4
CONSERVATIVE Leader Winston Churchill
told an election meeting here today that
Sr | Britain was facing her hardest ever peacetime
5Y | task as “a deeply divided nation.’

“American subsidies’’ would come to an ond
| at the latest in 1952 “while German and Japanese
| competition in all the export markets upon oh
we depend has already begun and will grow more
severe with every month that passes,’’ the war-

time Premier said.
Even if
‘lL our poli-

UK Exports.
jump

Perceni

LONDON, Feb. 4.
Britain exported more goods in
the last three months of 1949 than
»ver before in the same period, it
vas officially announced here to-

whit









| eds, h
iay Exports rose 159 per cent | ci s were of the Y«
volume above the 1948 figure | ed we hit
Announcing this, the Board of;should b> id



de Journal said that’ export ronted :
ell last summer by more than 10} with. the In a
er cent. before climbing in the] hardest task agait
quarter. As a result, Britis! problem Liber:
xports in 1949 were £900,000] we eve

Churehi
above the 1948 total. The biggest }
individual export winner was the
British motor industry which ex-
sorted 221 per cent, more vehicles

faced in time
of peace. But
we are &
deeply di-



tives, lik«

- Labour, su



han in 1939. Pottery and glass- | ¥jded nation. ported co
vare more than doubled the pre-} Glass war- pulsory N
war totals, but textiles sales de-| fare has rent tional Ser
clined steadily throughout 1949. the unity vice in t
—Reuter and com- armed for
adeship as necessary
which to preserv¢
brought peace, If
Marquess us through Britain were
the war. Bto repudiate
VM s f j S Party poli- national se!
f arrtes e . tics domin- B Vice t
e ate the Fperioa,
Divorcee scene the Libera

A t ask you to
A grea would
gulf of prin-
ciple and

joctrine is

do, it
mean, in!
ypinion,
downfall

WASHINGTON,
The Marquess of
Haven, great-grandson of

Feb. 4
Milford
Queen



” open in our ewhols
Victoria, was married here to-day midst * once E 10%
to Mrs. Romaine Sahlgreen Pierce M Church- great
Sim t Washingtor 1p : ture
f 1pson, a ashington divorcee i} was mak- Churct
The ceremony took place in the ing the first 4a th
ris rig : . Ire ay » r salc tne
hi toric national Presbyterian speech of a enneh
Church before 700 guests. country- tee P
The 30-year-old bridegroom ig wide cam- we
a second cousin of King George paign tour, inte
V: of England His dark-haired | j Tow § “ ee ;
; : ane n the Town ANS take
| slender bride is 26, the daughter Mr. WINSTON CHUR

puleory ‘powers to lengthen the

(term of national service it De-«











ington. the Ty ae pal oy al ser-
The bride, who was given away | Truman Urged need bur ai # reduced
ied her uncle, Mr, Houghton Mei “T feel that unless the foreign
calf, wore street-length gown 43 ‘ore . u |
of dove grey pink tie silk, coverec Not To Use Sat itil it Car aitnouah: 1 + <
with a fine French m4 The gown Ye I * 7 fa ce ssiderab! educ
was styled on simple lines wit - n the den of our d r
typical Matnhoaher rr lled-ujs l l-Bomb I ir | exp r i be co bine dw
sleeves and a Peter Pan collar tr !
Four hundred guests attende NEW YORK. F ter ¢ iti
the reception at Mrs, Mcilv-aine’: ‘welve léading Americar vy | Referrit c I
Connecticut Avenue, one sts ine of them tor }Chur i ri he Ge id
bride and groom we leaving pert ind all of then elf-ce. | d 1 themsel ve n
later for an undisc ioeed destina- bed “worried cit Allied help, rightl iv on
tion. They will leave for Europe today that one hyd Imo othiz ‘ ve
n the “Ile De France ext Fri- estroy New York y |}commu!
day for a_ three-week wedd er large city i ( ie1
rip to Switzerland, Declaring that the ‘ over Mae
—Reuter | Hydrogen Bomb would } want th ther
aenreememeents ility, they urged the I : | Frenc e together h
promise not | Belgiurr the etherland {

Luxembours d_ several Y

sroup was de the

Admiralty Mt aN 7 .
‘ ° i Betke, Corneil yor | ail conssitute a nd solid
Thanks ir prleawheea of (hs | Seatie. peoples which, ones for

Dutch Ship |” Aen

nakers in Lo
oats SSS SEE Sess,

LONDON, Feb. 4, ~~ = i

The Admiralty to-day recorde |

Angeles

—Reuter.









heip giver ((

to survivors of the sunk

The Truculent sank in the j
Thames reery on January 1% 2

with the loss of 64 lives after being "
BL T ry ‘ i

PRUE |

i \)



in collision with the Swedisi
steamer Divina, ‘The Almdijk sen!
the first S.O.S. After picking uy
five survivors, she gave the alarm

and asked all shipping to keep a,

with Vitamins “A” and “D”.

Berlin Derations
Food March 1

Butter, Sugar Stay On

BERLIN, Feb. 4

Food with the exception of but-
Sugar and flour will be de-
rationed in Berlin as from March
1, 1950, the deputy head of West
Berlin’s Municipal Food Depart-
nent, Anton Schoepke, announerc
here today. This decision whic
would bring western Berlin int
ine with Western Germany is
boweyer, subject to approval by
the three western Commandant
he added.—Reuter,

GLOW -SPREAD
TABLE
MARGARINE

in one pound wrappers at only



Planes Gut

German Trawlers
CUXHAVEN, Feb. 4. |





; German fishing trawler?)
which arrived here today report-'
(~ they had been attacked by air- — . sate ss a
craft near Heligoland. gy ode CEN ] ws PER POUND
rie report uggested that
fe £ ‘ t tr ‘
ing it
‘ y j ; »)
))) i : i ee it
vt ne i }
us more lane 1M Table Butter. \(
nat the h. N ) i
A iT ne ; t ))) 4
ible Reuter Ow a -

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35 : R. and Mrs. Frank olackburn
and their two children,

|| were intransit passengers on the
“Golfito” yesterday for Trinidad.
Mrs. Blackburn formerly Miss
Margaret Saint, is the daughter of



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) AQUATIC CLUB CINEMA (Members Only

SUNDAY, TUESDAY, THURSDAY
at 8.30 p.m.

=

7h res Sir John and Lady Saint, and
“JOHN Lov ES MARY Mr. Blackburn is Chief Research
Starring RONALD REAGON, JACK CARSON, EDWARD Officer of Caroni Ltd. They

have been in England for about
five months during his long leave.

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After Seven Months
R. and Mrs. G. Barnard of S:
‘ Lucia, returned home last
night by the “Lady Nelson” after
spending about seven months
holiday here as guests at the Hotel
Royal.

ARNOLD, WAYNE MORRIS, VIRGINIA FIELD and
introducing PATRICIA NEAL
Warner Bros, Mirthful Comedy

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UE to one of the engines of
the T.C.A. ‘plane which ar-
rived here yesterday giving
trouble, the return flight was de-
layed 24 hours and passengers for
Bermuda and Canada had to re-
turn to Bridgetown. It is under-
stood another plane will be arriv-
ing to-day for these passengers
and bringing the necessary equip-
ment to rectify the trouble. Mean-
while the prospect of having to
spend another day in Barbados
did not seem to bother many of
the passengers.
«>

Radio Distribution‘s
First Manager
R. AND MRS. HERBERT

WHITMELL are once again
in Barbados, with their youngest

.

“HOLLOW. TRIUMPH

The story of a man who murdered himself and lived to regret
it.





«>





Whitmell was the first Manager



have organised a Valentine Dance
which will be held at the Marine
Hotel, and will be in aid of loca!
charities. -

“The flower shop” will be open
from 6.30 p.m. so that your boy
friend can buy you a corsage be-
fore the dance starts, and during
the dance a very attractive selec-
tion of Valentines will be on sale

: IN Ey VEDNESDAY Mr. Barnard who is a retired d

NO SHOWS capa oO and W planter, had come’over tn the in- 2 the V: ao os

cas terest of his health. San Mi Post-boys and. git.

Eagle Lion Films presents: — ‘ «>» «>» Sus enema’ ths eahiows
PAUL HENREID — JOAN BENNETT An Extra Day

may be booked by telephoning
Mrs. Anthony Lewis at 2135, and
a few are still available.
are interested in Bridge you can
book a table by calling
Teetzel at 2322.

The usual
have been arranged with some
new additions, and there is nce
charge for the coffee and sand-
wichigs

NTRANSIT on the

yesterday for Trinidaq were
professor James Evans, his wife
and two children. He is in the
Agricultural Department of the
Imperial
Agriculture in Trinidad. His wife
is the former Eulalie McKenzie

SUNDAY ADVOCATE

You are My Valentine
N SATURDAY iilth, the
Women’s Canadian Club

“1 got the job. dear. It

if you to have plenty of

seems
opportunities !
London Erpress Service.

For Methodist Synod

Mrs.

games of chance

St. John and Mr.
Clarke, La
the James

which will be served.
«> «>

Intransit

eee Synod which

Port-of-Spain.

College of Tropica! nest Griffin,

Rev. Frank Lawrence, Rev.

————_———

Carb Calling







f-> . R.
AW > M and |
——__-]_ Georgetown, British Guiana were

arrivals on Tuesday by B.W.LA.
for
Accompanying them was Mrs.

D’Andrade, mother of Mrs. Rod-
riguez.

Barbados Looks Strange
and Mrs. Walter Rodriguez
three children

about two months’ holiday.

They are all staying at

“Accra”, Rockley.



30 oil paintings,
and book illustrations. The paint-
of ings are full of life and colour,
and there are a number of Bar-

15 waterc

Mr. Harrison is the Art Officer



olours
lent

SUNDAY, FEBRUARy .
%

at is illustrateg Wi ty

photo th q
visited the Woe

times before

AKING
M see

























i a alaemmee
7 . . . rt
7 Gay West indian Paintings Particul By
At the Museum ANEW to Foy ie
R. JOHN HARRISONS exhi- by Rosits 9° 7am 1
: bition of paintings opened Published by Bran oe
at the Museum yesterday for four TUary 13, It
weeks, The exhibition comprises 600k calleg “Le) Wilt.

Wi

dl

badian scenes. Visitors to the Particularly ‘tong ee ag }
island in quest of something more «» OF the |
than a souvenir should not miss P|
the exhibition. Two WwW

est |;
their,

. % n é ew i
rR iguez, an employee of of _ the British Council, West Gene Ti Richarg
Henin ond Galen iurebante of Indies... He :studied. in. Landon the City”, Soon Alm,
Georgetown, was in Barbados 20 and Paris. The first exhibition of Engiand,’ are tae )
years ago. He told Carib yester- his work was held in London in Lord Kitchener © Weg
day that the island looked strange 1938. Since then he has held “Kitch”, wey and
to him as so many improvements ©ne-man exhibitions in London, calypso singer NOW
had been made including the erec- Manchester, Paris, Algiers, Oran calypso for
tion of a number of modern build- 2%d Kingston, Jamaica. He is a “Shame What”
ings. He is now here for a good book-illustrator as well as a be sung b ta
rest and is looking forward to a painter. He illustrated “Halcyon” stay Adelaid Hae
very pleasant stay. by Pierre Herbart (John Leh- accompanied” Hall,
«a» an — mann, 1948, and his drawings tarigt Coal by tre
have appeared in many periodi- pj ‘
Back to Dominica cals including “New Writing”, Kitch band, Which yj
w aaaa We State Seon” and “Ballet.” Mr. Harrison haa :
nm also written many critical articles o
was Mr. I. N. Shillingford, Chair- oy art, which have appeared in New { =

. J. O. TUDOR, Mr. V. B.
E. A.

tatives of
Seay one ©
Trinidad y evi iy
B.W.LA. to a the Methodist
on Wednes-
day February 6 at Tranquillity,

H. Grannum, Mr. H. Mapp and

yea daughter Coralie. They arrived from Barbados. They are re- nard Crosby. Rev. J. B. Broomes,
4 vesterday by T.C.A., and are stay- turning from long leave in Mr. and Mrs. Darcy Scott, Mr.
’ - ing at the Ocean View Hotel. Mr. England. and Mrs. Harold Ward, Mr. W.
x

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OLYMPIC THEATRE

To Spend Four

Miss E. Bryan.

Months

Ber- go.”

Makes it Easy
R. AND MRS. W. M. ANDER-
SON from Toronto arrived

; yesterday by T.C.A., for a month’s

. holiday.

g and he is very glad to be back on on anal © ae ibe i -

% this short visit. AZLEW ’ «es

- 7 . : vert Wie : : ,

. NO SHOWS TODAY, MONDAY and WEDNESDAY Health Visitor of the City

% at 9p He is now General Manager of pyplic Health Department, After Ten Years: Ten Days

he Midland Shipyards Ltd., in
Ontario, Canada, and his ship-
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Knows A Barbadian

Living in Ontario
R. P. J. VALACHOS, who is
connected to the Barbados
teal Estate Agency arrived yes-
erday by T.C.A. He is from
Brantford, Ontario. He knows a
Barbadian, Mr. Griffith who lives
in his home town and is manager
of a Theatre there. He will be
taying with Mr. P. S. Sheldon,
idy Fields,” St. Peter. He says

on





Georgetown, British Guiana, also
arrived on Friday by the “Lady
Nelson” for a holiday. She will be
here for four months and is staying

Limited, Trinidad, returned home

AYING their first visit to the

Barbados comes Mr.

Paid Business Visit
R. JOHN VIEIRA, Director of
Ernest Vieira and Company

ten years ago.

Hotel.

Friday by B.W.1LA. after a ss pr

two-week business visit. He was
staying at the Hotel Royal.
«a» «
Interesting Story
Up For Three Weeks

island are Mr. and Mrs. Fred- yesterday by the

© SPEND about ten days in
and
Mrs. J. L. Wild, of Surrey, Eng-

It in Canada. They were last “ ” -” St. land, who arrived yesterday by the
n Barbados in 1941, Sear eee “Golfito.”” This is her first visit,
re «» «» but he has been here several times

before: his last visit being about
He is a Civil
Engineering Contractor and they
will be staying at the Windsor

M*: and Mrs. W. H. Smedley,
who live in London arrived
“Golfito and

they hope to open an ice cream erick Cuello and their little son, will be here for about three
factory here in approximately six Alfred of Caracas, Venezuela. weeks. They tell an interesting
tt months time. : ‘They arrived on Monday by story about Mr. Smedley’s mother,
iy «» «» ea sip | Tues pe who was a Miss eres
i e weeks nencay we the early part of her life in
Since 1881 a Guest spent
; i taying at Super Mare Guest po bados and she was related to
MIKHAIL RASUMNY - PHILIP REED - GILBERT ROLAND ERE for some sunshine and a House. Se nets ana wind alee . of




Mr. George Pike,
He is President of
Ltd., who manufac-
His firm, he

holiday
from Toronto.
D. Pike Co.,
ture canvas goods.

Is

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NO SHOWS TODAY, MONDAY, and WEDNESDAY «> «>
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x h JUN 4 4 4 > previously, the British Council
¢ Oe page ne ee ; rORTA De HAVER {oeadquarters at Wakefield, will
% DIETTANg. VAN HNSON Pee eat ee ¥ be open from 8.15 p.m. to enable
g TOM DRAKE @} those who cannot listen at home
¢ as, x to enjoy the play
x ae Mr Aubrey Douglas Smith,
oe a % Mural - f the WI
¢ | Extra Mural Tutor of the WI. ,
e y x r x mJ I ae 7 , { ; i
> iversity, will once again lead
S ROYAL TH EA PRE > a short discussion at the end of
. TODAY SUNDAY, TUESDAY at 8.30 P.M. ¥{the second part of the play
g : : | Carib learns that many listeners
@ The Republic dout e : % | heard the first part of the broad-
: BILLE ELLIOTT in Y | cast at Wakefield last Sunday, and
sid . eur 7 ‘ . wn ‘rue Xia most interesting discussion was
©) } VIGILANTES OF DODGE CITY" )ésiPecyr
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' S “ws r r ' 1, ) Yat mae S| IR THOMAS and Lady South-
© “COWBOY AND THE SENORITA” — §)Se:r"ilh Rt Wend ats
! % 4 4 Wei %| paying a short visit to Grenada
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x ~~ A Programme of Thrills and Action | Nelson.” Arriving here in late
a i & "i c . 4 November last year they are stay-
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EILEEN PAULETT singing Buttons and Bones
RONNIE WILSON singing Ole Man River
NORMAN DOTTIN singing You’re Breaking My Heart
COSFORD HUSBANDS singing Lavender Blue
TONY ARCHER Piano A Medley of Tunes
LUCILLE CRAIG singing I Wish I Had Someone
OSMOND GRANT singing Careless Hands
Plus Music by
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Mr. Anderson is General

month’s holiday and is a guest at
the Marine Hotel.
visit to Barbados, but he has been
to the West Indies before, having
visted Jamaica.
chant in Ontario.

Back Prem U.K. Holiday

This is his firsi

He is a shoe mer-

FTER an enjoyable 34 months’
+ holiday in the United King-
dom, Dr. J. W. P. Harkness,
C.M.G., O.B.E. and MW «. Hark-
ness returned to the isiand yes-

Tman of the Banana Association ieth'* s Tndie
Seard. Ha hed.epett about two French, English and West Indian
weeks’ holiday here and was stay-
ing at Abbeville Guest House.

publications.

In 1945, Mr. Harrison

the British Council, and was Art
Officer

Barbados is the Place until 1946.

R. AND MRS. C. H. B. GAR- pointed Art Officer in the West

LAND from Ottawa plan to Indies. He is well known in Bar-
z spend a month here. Several peo- bados by his lectures and_ talks
Leaving laier will be Rev. Er- pie in Canada have told them, “If on Radio Diffusion.
Chairman of the you want to go somewhere for a
Barbados and Trinidad Districts, holiday, Barbados is the place to Harrison’s work have been the
Direction des Beaux Art (France)
Manchester City Art Gallery and
the University of the West indies.
It is to be hoped that an example
of his work will be added to the
Island Collection.

in French North
In 1947, he w

Among the purchasers

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Organist Of St. "Philip’s

HAROLD DaC, ST
Organist

M*

joined

= L+ been appointed the my

_Africa missioner for ‘aa ;
as ap- Islands Protectorate. ‘
Smith is an Bdinbell

of Mr.

first Trinida ,
was Mr, ne we r
K.C. who he

1934 to 1995 “

RAKER

and Choirmaster

of St. Stephen’s Church, has been
appointed to a similar post at St.

Philip’s Parish Church,
ceeds Mr. R. G. F. Mand

«an «a»

Central Feature
SPECIAL musical service will
feature of

be the central

He suc-

eville.

terffay morning on the s.s. ‘Gol- the St. Matthews Church Harvest

fito”. While in England, they at-
tended the wedding of their
daughter Miss Ann Harkness to
Mr. Christian F. E. Staib at the
Savoy Chapel in London.

Dr. Harkness is Medical Ad-
viser attached to the Develop-
ment and Welfare Organisation.

On - Short Visit

Festival which will be ce
to-day.
takes place at 4 p.m.

«a» an

100 Diamonds

IRL with more than

monds at the Dorchester
Hotel in London last week was

raven-haired
singh, wife

Donelda
of Trinid

The musical programme

lebrated

{'!

was educated at Rua
commissioned 4
in 1917, and nen tte Bl
of the wor
A.D.C. to
from 1922 to 1994 and,
on to Kenya where i
to the Governor ae
next year he
the Colonial

Vice in Kenya, and in:

Comings and (
R. JOHN GODDA
of the West Inds
Team to tour Englag

mer, returned from ‘
B.W.LA, on Friday

ing part of the Trini
Cricket Tournament. |
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Surveys Ltd, Lon
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second
Manager of North American Life Guinea ‘0 his Dost
Assurance Company. - The direct B.G. Civil Servant Here ,
T.C.A. flight here makes it very ot
easy to come to Barbados, they OLIDAYING here for about Chairman of (,
said. Along with Mr. and Mrs. six: weeks is Mr. J. E., Bd A Pag
Clive Betts also of Toronto, they. ~~ d v Civil Se ape ‘. f Bri os, OClatio
are staying at the Marine Hotel. Yar, rig he v3 ee gt mien Aâ„¢= a break of j
Mr. and Mrs. Betts were here lastsgou@n@ Who is clerk in charge of Second Trinidadiga)
eae: the New Amsterdam Stelling, appointed oe
7 at i Cransport and Harbour Depart- Association of Lop ; r
. nue nent. He arrived on Friday morn- Mr. M, G Pp Z
First Visit ng by the “Lady Nelson” and is manager of Cc.
A IA on eg ee a= Sec ay

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on Friday,
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turned from

Narayin
ad-born

R. BERT BECKLES, Secre- Geane Singh, who owns a mill 1n

4 tary of the St. Martin’s Lancashire. They were attending
Episcopal Chureh and a business the annual dinner of the Associa~

man in New York is on a short

uon of Certified and

ar fo? 5 o Corporate
visit to his family in Barbados. accountants. Mrs. Singh found »o

He was host at a party given re- difficulty in wearing her 100 dia-
cently at the “Sea Glow Guest monds, She wore five diamonds in

House”, Christ Church, which the g shoulder clasp, surrounded by
belt

many close relatives of his moth-
er were invited along with a few
other friends.

«a» «an

On Business

R. VICTOR HINKSON, Pi- ‘4k, edged with black lace, and
a shawl of the same material,

arco Correspondent for the
“Trinidad Guardian”, was an ar-
rival on Friday evening by
B.W.I.A. on a short business visit
and is staying with Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Blackman of Cheapside.

«» «»
R. LINDEN, representative
of Wedekind Novelties,
England, was an arrival yester-
day morning on a business visit
and is staying at the Hotel Royal.

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First In 14 Years

aes his first holiday visit bealth reasons she will be here] ,),

= to Barbados in 14 years is Mr.
>.
spector of the City Public Health
Department, Georgetown, British
Guiana. He arrived on Friday
morning by the “Lady Nelson”
accompanied by his wife who was
last here 17 years ago. Thev ex-
pect to remain for 4144 months and
are staying at “Brookdale,” Hole-
town, St. James.

rubies: seven in a
mounted in gold, nine in

two pendant earrings, and 70 ‘n

a delicately worked neck]
jewels matched a sari ¢

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After 35 Year
FTER spending
years in the U.S.
Flora Revere recently ret
Barbados.

is staying at “Bay View,” St.
Lawrence. Miss Revere is a dieti-
cian and cateress in New York.
Another recent arrival to the
island from the U.S.A, after an
absence of twelve years is Miss (5)
Rosilind Risbrook. Owing to} ¥&
1

for an indefinite period

C. Jones, Senior Sanitary In- Staying at Clifton Court, Govern-

12.

ment Hill. ‘ 14,

«» “an 15.

17.

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ONGRATULATIONS to Mr. 10, Dale

and Mrs. D. V. Bynoe of .

Seaeston Cottage, Marine Gar- *. aero. (a8

dens, who celebrated their Silver

thirty-five

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What happens when film people go on the stage?

Why Make These Stars

FEBRUARY 5, 1950





Look Ridiculous?



difficult times. But the film

ove!

aut these youngste

of acting — and the critic
Baeed is higher than it has ever
u >

asibly protesting.

i Venus Observed, Richard Burton fore the public, take direction well, The curtadl-
. popular screen actor in* that other Fry play at Latest illustration is Brigadoon. ©“ time J had oe college we long
Eeity lost a good West End pammersmith. For some time that likeable enough to make a start in forming
part, the theatre manage- No high-powered publicity comedian, Hiram Sherman, has my nae Haw: ee eT a
would not agree to Uke either for another ex-Windsor been the only one of the original nice But I nour have use
d ballyhoo ~—saciver'lisinS yepertory actress. Mary Kerridge American trio left in the cast. een
manded by his film Suumloyene whose fine work in Bonaventure Now Mr. Sherman, too, has “The pressure I have been under
ind yesterday ano her we won first-night cheers recently. grown homesick and will soon say at the -G-M studios the last
n film actor told me he hi These four performances alone good-bye to London. aie tiniied Abbi I have made
ysed the offer of tage part could teach most of our young An equally likeable Canadian eight pic s eiieal in succession, have
very much wanted to play. screen stars’ a lesson in technique. actor, Lionel Murton, takes over made me very aware of the values
it because his ¢m~ But the artists who give them have at the beginning of next month. of a higher education. I’m not
ers insisted on the theatre y9 star billing—nor expect it. contending that the obstacles in
ig him top-starring, above By all means let the studio Second Job the path of a girl going into any
with more important roles. heads encourage their idle con- When Australia’s Joy Nichols sort’ of business or professional
he management were prepared tract players to seek more experi- came to England in 1947 she got’ career would be insurmountable |
p but not the actor, WNO ence on the stage.@ her first stage job from Jack without an education. But I do
level-headed fellow. So he But they should be content to Hylton—a small touring part in {
the chance of some valuable jet them find their own level with Follow’ the Girls. She was very
ence. audiences—and enjoy the lime- grateful. ‘ e
4 No. Fanfare light ‘after’ they have earned it. On Monday week Miss Nichols B.B.¢ 4 Radio
4 0, Fantare ; gets her second job from Mr.
her film stars—and starlets Takes Over Hylton. This time as one of the ]
ve not been so strong-minded, Eighteen months ago Sheila Take It from Here starts in a g ro¢grammes
the studios have made pub-: Burrel—young cousin of Sir variety show at the Victoria :
fly gala occasions of their pre- | aurence Olivier—acted the Palace. SUNDAY FEBRUARY 5, 1950
5, Too often the fuss has been Foreign Lady whom the King Joy Nichols and her radio com- a.m. The News: 7.10 a.m. News
€ proportion to the feted joves in Dublin’s Abdication play. panions — Jimmy Edwards, Dick 4"#! a Settee mens eee!
r’ part—and performance, Now she is to play the role of Bentley and Wallas Eaton—will p ogramn eae " 8.18 a.m, Anthol- |
differently do theatrical lady who married a king and hold the fort until the new Crazy osy—8; 8.30 a We Sag. to. wan
mucers arrange these matters lost her head—Anne Boleyn in. Gang show is ready. of aaee WO. as tinea
week their was no pre- The White Falcon., which opens — Since big variety names are 12 15 p.m. Kay on the] 12,30 p.m
fanfaring for three g pre-West End run at Blackpool hard to get at present, it is pre; Su2¢ ee ; 1 are |
performances by young pn February 7. sumably Hylton’s turn to be Rays a ge ers The News: 2.10
out of the rar -Heather - Miss Burrell takes over from a ateful. I : . pate ae
ard and Denholm Elliott in disappointed young actress—Joy —L.E.S. a am The Cex: 4.00
4. 1¢ >1T nterlude
r ee ; 16 p.n Pavilion Players 4.30 p.m
: la te inday half-hour: 4.55 p.m. Epilogue
eee WOOD, (By meu ). e eg less of the language, they’re still 5 p.m. Variety Bandbox: 6 Rn. a
acess iit aig te 66 Kill The Bab the world’s finest technicians. mt eee ee
® puzzled. 7 Even if' they do throw an occa- ew ~ 10 am
my, currently starring with ce sional. peanut in my ie 7.45 :8p oa. Radio News-
nn Morgan and Zachary Scott By James Padgitt —(LN.S.) reel: 8.15 p.m. Tom Jones Trio; 8.30
ros.: “Pretty Baby p.m, Sunday Service; 9 p.m. T) "
mer Bros,: “Pretty Baby, 9.10 p.m. Home News fr avitain: 9.16
amos: accustomed by now to squeezer,’ which refers to wéaking p.m, Life in Britain p Tip-Top

Sof “throw a peanut in her

Show Talk By Mareld Conway

H film companies are in
of making some of their
look a little ridiculous.
are the artists who have
put not enough parts me
are glad to acc ept stage
ments when they can et

ts

heads are glad to give
on it helps to keep their
es in the public eye dur-

have exaggerated ideas
rs importance

land.
at a time when the London
ii joying a new Golden
is enjoy es

inflated ideas are more
ted to harm than help the
comers’ reputations, Some
realise this—and are now



A olum
SHEILA BURRELL

part

Level-Headed











the light, or making it less in-







‘or “kill the baby,’ even if tense.

doesn’t know what ail the “There are a lot of other fascin-
plic phrases mean. ating phrases used by the techni-
have learned the meaning of cians on the set. Phrases like
of them, though,” says Betsy. ‘lower the goboe,’ which is a

Instance, I was ag t when black screen shading a light;
Me heard an electrician yell, ‘lowboy on a dolly,’ which is a

pea silk on that

5

broad.’ Then camera set low on a rubber-tired

me explained it meant a dolly, and ‘bring me 50 feet of

im type of Screen called a_ spaghetti.’ That seems like a lot

3 for a certain type of light, of spaghetti, which in this instance

"a ‘broad,’ means cable.

Men they’re lighting you foi “Another odd one is ‘*M.O.S.,”
and you hear soyneone which means a scene is being

‘throw a peanut in hr face,’ taken without sound. For some

Onder if you shoulcm’t auck

y ‘mit-
that is,

reason the boys always sé



you discover a out sound,’ so ‘M.O.S.’ it is. Then
Wisasmall light with which there’s “M.O.H.” it seems that
intend to spotlight your face. each time after a director has
mén you hear the cry, ‘kill ordered a scene be printed the
Baby,’ it doesn’t mean an camera crew checks to see if

nf

gone out to slaughter there was any hair or lint on the

it. It just means someone film, as sometimes happens. If
ordered to turn off a there is, the scene must be re-
Spotlight. It’s the same with taken. If not, the scene is ‘M.O.H.’
like ‘flood the baby,’ or mitout -hair,’
Means making the light “All in all it’s a fascinating
mMtense, or put in the jargon the boys use. But regard-

Specially designed for Barbados, this

b.wn broque is now on
lead'ag stores. See them for

made by

JOHN WHITE

means made just right

MINE A vitor ae Mee









SUNDAY

a



Stay In School, Ja

iby



Parker, who is Paul Scofie

w es Nill Sueded Heian Janet Leigh has found that she
; See eeshaen being used as a living alibi for

ing the role, excited with hér fir irls trying to get their parents

big West End chance. Then came t th in quit school and go to

rehearsal difficulties, and 1e adh Bieta 1



, and she doesn't particularly
like it.
“Girls who find the last year
i of high school or the first years
Things should end well for of college pretty hard work are
Joy, however. Manager Stanley using my experience as an argu-
Fretich tells me he has a good ment with their parents,” she
part for her in another production says. “They say, ‘Janet Leigh left
——and hopes she will be reheats- college to go into the movies, and
ing again for him within a week she has done alright!”
or so, “Of course I have been very
Though London did not see lucky, and of course I did quit
Abdication, Sheila Burrell—with school when the first marvellous
her curly black hair and expres- chance came to me out of a blue
ively low voice—made a deep im~- sky to appear with Van Johnson
vression early last year in Dark in the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
of the Moon. She was the Ameri- picture “The Romance of Rosy
can valley girl who married a Ridge.’”
witch-boy. ‘But I certain:y wouldn't advise
That imaginative piece had any other girl to quit school for
comparatively short West E.:.d run. & Job for any reason less than the
Anne Boleyn reported to be ten-million-to-one chance that
one of the “plum” parts of the Came to me. And I have had many
coming season, may give Miss Occasions to wish that my own

asked to be released from
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Burrell the opportunity—and Opportunity had been delayed
Success—she deserves. until I had finished college. The
study habits you get in school are

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Pe
the B.T.C. Spring meeting only four weeks off it will
‘ore we see Barbados Creoles racing in the newly

This will be the first race in the South Caribbean
e, or at least part of the name, of the world famous
the Two Thousand Guineas. In Jamaica a classic
s started in 1921 but although Trinidad has for a
uivalent in their Trial Stakes at the June meet-
first in the lesser Antilles Group to adopt the

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y for the prize and I should expect that coming so early in
+ will always be 4 more or less all Barbados field. When
: t there were likely to be two entries from St. Vincent
ie of Bow Bells and Cross Bow but lately both of these
Sion on the elimination list. Cross Bow has returned home to
es. 7 m his efforts at the Christmas meeting while Bow
m sortunatelY still trying to shake off a cold.
» was also Straight Aim from St. Lucia and Epicure from
, “were likely candidates when they were still two, but
ea out to be such short distance fillies that 7% fur-~
Sy perbas be thought too much for them to tackle. Neither
i capable of ever getting more than 5% furlongs and
+ Aim in particular would make a very handy filly if there
S y races.
, een to Perseverance, Apollo, Colleton, Mountbat-
rs Boy Ann, Brown Girl, Bowmanston, and Watercress.
xq field if all were to go but up to now I have had no indi-
“of how many of these we might expect to see. Mountbatten
F [I are exercising and so is Brown Girl but I do not
stables will offer from the above list.
BEST CHANCE
the best chance on two-year-old form would
whether Bow Bells was going or not I
thy eye on this colt as the likely favourite.
ye every indication of staying when he ran last year and if
spin on would certainly have been a winner last November but
-eircurnstances which compelled him to take a top weight of
‘in both races after the Trumpeter Cup. As it was he ran
gin the Trumpeter Cup and second in the Nursery Handicap.
te time the third day came around and he went out again with
it was just too much to ask of him at suca an age. In this
Sd he was much like Cross Bow at the Christmas meeting.
ides Perseverance I also like the chances of Bowmanston. To
Sind she might not be able to stay as well as Perseverance but
nesses just that extra turn of speed which may enable her to
nt him at the end 7% furlongs. Of course on her breed-
i is no reason why she should not stay, for in addition to
che being her sire, her dam has already produced a good
distance runne! the shape of Sunbird while her pedigree
s a stamina probability figure of a mile or more. The only
sure of here is that she was beaten by Persever-
the Trumpeter Cup when receiving sex
ind at level weights with the latter, but
she won from was in receipt of 16 lbs. from the
Ba 10 from the second. What adds to the confusion in my
that she had improved by the second day and therefore I
ble to say exactly what part this played in her victory as
mM the handicap which was in her favour. She was beaten by
ngth or less by Brown Girl in the Cup and in turn Brown
a ording to the judges, was two lengths behind Perseverance.
was a fairly convincing margin for Perseverance to have beaten
W When she beat him with her 16 lbs. allowance she did so
glength, although it must be said that Payne, who rode her,
" to have a lot
F INTERESTING QUESTION |
therefore we see these two in the Guineas there is a very in-
question which has been left open from the two-year-old
gto be settled it might well be that Brown Girl will also
ipominent part in the proceedings. She too gave signs of more
a than speed although she is on the small side without much
m improvement. However it must be noted that she is a
it combination ding to our last year’s Derby winner
ie. by O.'1.C. out of a mare by Sunplant. I am very inter-
see what this cross wilt prove in the second instance.
her than the above three I see no likely winner unless Apollo
fide considerabic progress or Colleton has recovered from his
at the Christmas Certainly Pharos II or Mountbatten
Rinspire much confidence by their looks and I am yet to know
sup with Mary Ann. Watereress I rule out as being unable
the distance. In the next few weeks quite a number of things
Tappen to upset this whole view point, so perhaps we might
as Well wait and

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mresentative gathering at-
wa meeting at the Modern
ool on Thursday to dis-
formation of a
# Board of Control
iD. Ramsay was in
saad pointed out to
the necessity for such
} He said that would
ty be in the interest of box-
mPromoters, but the public



mediator between them.

He hoped to see the day when
a Bill would be introduced in
the Legislature for the bringing
about of such a Board to control
all boxing locally.

A small committee was appoint-
ed to draft the setting up of the
Board, It comprised of:

Mr. J. E. T. Brancker, M.C.P.,
Mr. P. C. Maffei, Mr. Louis Lynch,

Barbados

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THE Second ‘Regatta of the
R.B.Y.C. was sailed yesterday
in a very calm sea and change-
able winds.

Dermont Bynoe’s “Rainbow”
repeated its performance by
scoring its second win in the “D”
Class. Coming second in this race
was Corkie Roberts’ ‘Rainbird”
while third place went to Jeffrey
sae “Imp”. 5

n this Class 8 boats started
but the Peter Pan dropped out
in the second lap because of
damage to its rudder.

Eight boats started in the ‘B’
Class. The race was carried off
by Mr, J. H. Wilkinson's “Moyra
Blair”, skippered by his. son
Tom. Coming in behind the
“Blair” was Lester Toppin’s
‘Gipsy”, skippered by Watchie
Burke. Third place went to the
‘Rascal” owned and skippered
by George Stoute.

The ‘C* Class race started with-
out the “Peggy Nan”, which has
not yet arrived. “Astra” and “Hi
Ho” did not start.

This race was carried off by
the two “Lightnings”, with the
“Seagulls” very far behind.
“Rogue”, owned and skippered
by Gerald Nicholls was first.
Coming in second was “Scamp”
while third position went to
Stanley Cheeseman’s “Ranger”.

“Gnat”, owned by Teddy Hoad
and skippered by his son George,
came first in the Intermediate
race. Second was the “Skippy”
and third “Dawn”,

The Third Regatta of the
R.B.Y.C. will be sailed on Sat-
urday, February 18 and it
hoped for better winds.

The results were: —

‘B’ Class— 1, Moyta Blair.
Gipsy. 3. Rascal.
Intermediate Class.— 1,
Skippy. 3. Dauntless.
‘C’—1. Rogue. 2. Scamp.
Ranger.

‘D’ Class— 1. Rainbow.
Rainbird. 3. Dawn.

Kid John
Will Fight

; Kid John, the Guianese boxer
is willing to have a return bout
with Jack Dick who defeated him

is

2.

Gnat.

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3.

9



in their 10-round contest at the
Yankee Stadium on Wednesday
night.

Kid John in an interview with
the “Advocate” attributed his de-
feat to discouragement by some
persons. These did everything in
their power to dishearten him
before the bout started, he said.

He also pointed out that a
heavy downfall of rain
before the fight started made
it difficult for him to move
around in a wet ring.

He is sure fhat if he gets a
return with Jack Dick he will
give a better performance and

convince the crities who, he said,
have made many harsh statements
against him.

33 Athletes
Take Oath

LONDON, (By Mail).
Reports reaching London from
Prague revealed that thirtythree
ef Czechoslovaxia’s best ice

hockey players have taken
solemn oath to prepare them-
selves “to the utmost to deiend
with success the honour and
glory of the Czechoslovak People’s
Democracy.” .
All are eligible for inclusion in



the team to defend Czechosio-
vakia’s world title in London on
March 22.

The oath bound them to subor-
dinate their private lives to the
instructions of their leaders
during their training.

—ILN.S.



Montserrat Defeats
St. Kitts XI 21—1

ST. KITTS, Feb. 4.
The Clover Leaf Club (Miss
E. Harper, Captain) decided to
try conclusions with the victori-
ous netball team of Montserrat-
ians (Mrs. Dyett Captain) at
Warner Park this morning at %
a.m. Montserrat scored 21 goals

to one goal for St. Kitts.
—Can. Press



SUNDAY





ADVOCATE



FREDDIE MILLS—AN
APPRECIATION

By PETER DITTON

LONDON, (By Mail) |

BRITISH fight fans have accepted with deep regret the
news that Freddie Mills, British, Empire and European
cruiser-weight champion is to retire from the ring. Not
for many years has there been such a popular champion
as the ex-R.A.F. lad who less than two years ago licked
Gus Lesnevich of America for the cruiser-weight champion-
ship of the world. But Freddie, after losing the titl—and
five teeth — to another of Lesnevich’s countrymen, Joey |
Maxim, has decided that his fighting days are over, and

no-one can blame him.

1952 Games
Programme
Soon Ready

By JOE THOMAS
HELSINKI, (By Mail).

The Organizing Committee for
the Olympic Games to be held
here in 1952 has now almost com-
pleted the programme,

When making preliminary pro-
posals the Finns have followed
the wishes of the International
Olympic Committee that future
games should not become 100
mammoth-like.

In the 1948 Olympics held in
London about 4,200 competitors,
representing 59 nations took part.
If the ten nations which were
not present in London take part



in the 1952 Games about 5,500
competitors and 2,500 officials
will be present.

Principles

The Olympic program was, dis-
cussed officially last April at a
meeting of the Executive Com-
mittee of the I.0.C. in Lausanne.

The following main principles
were unanimously agreed upon.
1. The programme of the

to be Kept as
games.
be

London Olympics is
a basis for the 19




2. No new _ sports to ac-
cepted.

3. Certain reductions are to be
made in sports already on the

Olympic program
On the basis of these jinciples

the representatives of the Or-
ganizing Committee put forwara
several suggestions with a view

to reducing the sports belonging
to the compulsory programme.
Furthermore the Organizing Com-
mittee proposed some reduction:
in such sports which can be In-

cluded in the programme only
if the organizers of the Games
so decide.

Agreement

An agreement has already been
reached with some of the inter-
national federations which will
result in allowing no _ enlarge-
ments in the particular sports
represented.

The hope and aim of the Or-,

ganizing Committee is that in
May 1950 by the time of the
Copenhagen meeting of the 1.0.
the Olympic programme will be
ready in its final state.

Of flie sports which were in-
cluded in the 1945 London pro-
sramme the following will be
compulsory ; track and field
swimming, wrestling, boxing
gymnastics, fencing, shooting

yachting, rowing, cycling, riding
weight-lifting and modern penta-
thlon. Voluntary sports are; foot-
ball hockey, basketball, canoeins
ana water-pol I.N.S.

A Treasure Hunt





KINGSTON, Feb. 3

61 ft. Danish yacht ‘Lange-
sund. III” left Kingston with
eight persons for Cocos _Isiand,
off Costa Rica, via the Panama
Canal, to salvage the legendary
treasure of Peru beiieved buried
there.

The expedition which has been
issembling in Kingston for some
time has left behind severa
important persons who quit

—Can. Press.



SWEDEN ASKS FOR
SKIING GAMES

LAKE PLACID, Feb., 3.
The next scheduled world ski
championships are due for 1954,
and applications for holding them
have been made by Sweden,
Italy, and France.
The venue will
the 1951 Congress.

be decided at

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During a ring career which has
read like a story-book, from fair-
ground boxing-booth scrapper to
world champion—Mills has prov-
ed himself a Jion-hearted fighter,
prepared to tackle all and every-
one. He has soaked up punish-
ment as a blotting pad takes up
ink and he has always come back
for more. Probably no other
fighter since the bare-fist days has
had so much dished out at himi
as Freddie Mills and now even
he feels that enough is as good
as a feast.

He will retire as one of the
most popular ex-champions ever.
He was a_cruiser-weight who
wanted to be a heavy. Not physi-
cally built for the job, he refused|
to be baulked by nature and
fight-fans remember with admir-
ation, the way in which he tackled
such big men as Joe Baksi, 15
stone American giant, Bruce
Woodcock, present British heavy-
weight champion and Jack Lon#
don, former holder of the title, as
well as Johnny Ralph, the South
African champion,

Very Tough

Mills was as tough as they
come. His early training when he
fought in a boxing-booth at a
fair-ground, challenging all-com-
ers regardless of weight and size,
gave him an ability to absorb
punishment which would have
floored many bigger men.

Another legacy of his early
days—unorthodox punching—also
remained with him throughout
his career. His left-hook started
somewhere in the vicinity of his
left knee, and his right-hand
punch was delivered with the ac-
tion of a bowler at cricket. In-
deed, it has been jokingly sug-
sested that Freddie’s over-arm
action is so good that he should
be considered as a possible can-
didate for the England Test team.

It was Freddie’s unorthodoxy
as much as anything which won
him the plaudits—and the hearts

of the English boxing public.
They knew that whatever the
opposition, they could always
bank on action when Freddie was
performing. Even in the dullest
of his fights—and they were few
and far between—he could always
bring the crowd to their feet, as
grim faced and determined, he
would suddenly sink his chin on
to his chest and “wade into his
man with both fists working over-
time. His most damaging | blow
was his left-hook and few of his
opponents survived after Freddie



had hit them with one of his
‘Mills Bomb’ specials,
Counter Attack
At the same time, his way of

clubbing into his man and striv-
ing continually for the knock-out
often laid him wide open to coun-
terattacks. lit was this readiness
to forsake defence for attack
which cost him the title against

Maxim. He hit the American
1ight enough, no mistake about
that. But Maxim showed himselt

to be just as absorbent as Mills
when it came to lapping up pun-
ishment, and furthermore, he
possessed a_ straight-left which
was right out of the British box-
ing text book.
This left-hand, carrying on the |
work that countless others had
done before it, sapped Mills’
stamina and in the tenth round,
a left and a right to the jaw, were
enough to put him down for thq
count. Two or there years ago
these blows would have been just
wentle taps as far as Mills was
concerned. He would have shak-
en his head, and with the light of
battle blazing in his eyes, come
right back for more. The fact
that he could not do so inst
Maxim, while reflecting credit on
the American’s punching ability,
was a danger signal whith Mills
has wisely decided to obey,
_He will be missed but his de-
cision is a wise one. And of him

it will always be said he was good, | $
he was game and he was gallant. |§

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A dear old soul was sayng-
“Our little island doomed” .

* . :

“The Little children dancing
Some scarcely “off the rug”
Before they reach the tenth year
All start to jitterbug.

. . . ° . .
Well just five mimutes after
These “Shakers” start to sing
And people all believe us
Those old girls “had their fling
° . . . - .

The tambourines the “old steel’
A brother singing ‘‘base”
AH joining in one big ‘“‘jiving
Whien simply rocked the place
. . * . : ;

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And a stunted brother boy |
Cried shake it! sister, shake it!
Don’t let the devil steal your joy
. . . *

|
y danced for fifteen minutes {
All kinds ot danee of course
When this parade was overy
Nine-tenths of them were hoarse
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Well who dare ‘doom" young people
Por dancing on a stage,
When all the best examples,
In dancing too engage

. . . . .

So Wednesday night we went




OA member of the crew Pain and Itching
While she was jitterbuaging -—— e

Stopped in

pped in

7 Minutes



Of came her left-foot shoe
. . . . ‘



A_little boy the marvel
He jitterbugged as well
We wonder, yes we wondered .
If “jitterbug’’ he could spell
: . . * .

Our brilliant educator :
Say Spanish they should leam
But most of the school childre
For jitterbugging yearn
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Those girls—the jitterbugvers,
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. . . . .

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Published by The Advocate Co. Ltd., 34, Broad St, Bridgetows



Sunday, February 5, 1949





Priority One

THE allocation of the Labour Welfare
Fund derived from tHe cess on sugar at the
rate of ten shillings per ton on the export-
able surplus is a subject for public scrutiny.

Tomorrow the Vestry of St. Joseph will
discuss a letter written by that body to the
Colonial Secretary pointing out that the
main purpose for which the fund was
created should be given priority in practice.
It was pointed out by Mr. L. A. Chase, a
former Social Welfare Officer, and it has
recently been stressed in this newspaper,
that the Labour Welfare Fund should be
spent on houses before playing fields and
community halls.

When the Governor-in-Executive Com-
mittee decided to spend the fund on a basis
of one dollar and fifty cents per head of
the entire population of Barbados, it
adopted a policy which, it is now claimed,
will benefit one parish at the expense of
another. The parish of St. Michael, for ex-
ample, which has Queen’s Park, Belfield,
the Bay Estate, the Reef and other facilities
for recreation such as cinemas, dance halls
and clubs, with an allocation of $1.50 per
head would receive a total of $114,654 when
the contribution made by this parish for
the years 1947-49 amounted to $76,537. It
is clear from this that there would be an
excess of $38,000 overdrawn.

If comparison is made with the same allo-
cation per head for St. John that parish
would be in receipt of $15,159 after contri-
buting the sum of $93,573 to the Fund. By
this method of computation St. John would
have lost $78,414 although she could easily
have spent that sum on repair of houses.

Equally unsatisfactory is the case of St.
Joseph where at $1.50 per head the inhabi-
tants of St. Joseph would receive $11,568
after having contributed $81,488 to the
Fund. St. Joseph would therefore lose
$69,920, which ought to be spent on repair-
ing the houses of her sugar workers.

It is clear from these figures that the
amount of the allocations to each parish
should be made in accordance with the
amount contributed. If this is not done, it
is obvious that the distribution will benefit
the urban areas at the expense of the rural
districts where the visit of the Mobile
Cinema is the most exciting entertainment.

The small peasant producer has another
grievance.

From the Rehabilitation Fund the fac-
tory owner is entitled and has already been
paid amounts for the replacements of
machinery. This is as it should be; but the
peasant farmer who is entitled to approxi-
mately eight cents per ton on home pro-
duced canes which he sells to the factory
is not receiving this sum under the Rehab-
ilitation Fund because of the clause which
only allots this sum for the purchase of
lorries, tractors or for machinery replace-
ments, The peasant producer, the backbone
of all agricultural communities is being
doubly penalised while the town-dweller
scores. This policy will, unless checked,
ruin Barbados as an agricultural commun-
ity.

Whatever policy is eventually adopted
in the administration of this Fund, it is
clear that after three years’ accumulations
amounting to a sum ol $800,000,
greater effort must be made to bring to the
people whom it was intended to benefit,
individual rather than aggregate reward
for monies collected for their welfare

Although the Government did allot a sum
of money which now stands at $400,000
for housing loans, yet some $800,000 is
actually being spent on providing playing
fields and community halls, while the
$400,000 lies idle in the Treasury and no
board has apparently been appointed to
administer the fund for housing. In addi-
tion, $100,000 lies as a reserve in the Treas-
ury. Can it be that the Committee ap-
pointed to build playing fields, builds play-
ing fields while every one else is too lethar-
gic to spend a penny of the $400,000 speci-
fically alioted for housing loans.

If the Government desires to hand out the
money as gifts so that it will be of no use
to the workers in the industry in years to
come, then it is easy to appoint any indivi-
dual without any knowledge of the import-
ance of the administration to dole out the
funds. It might be done by the Old Age
Pensions Department in each parish for
that matter and be efficiently done. And the
quicker the better,

But if there is any desire to help the
worker in the sugar industry to raise his

some



OUR READERS SAY:

. activities in the Caribbean.

. SUNDAY ADVOCATE

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standard of living and enjoy the araenities
and benefits of a good home which will
encourage him to stay up in the country,
then it must get on with the job which any-
one with eyes can see is Priority One.



John Harrison

THE Exhibition of Mr. John Harrison's
paintings at the Museum is, perhaps, a
suitable moment to reflect on his other art
He goes on
leave shortly, after three years’ work as
Arts and Exhibitions Officer of the British
Council in the West Indies. It is to be
hoped that he will return to further this
useful and valuable work. :

During his stay in the West Indies Mr.
Harrison has almost travelled its ‘length.
Apart from his work in the Island Colonies,
British Guiana and British Honduras, he
has visited Haiti, San Domingo and the
French possessions. His knowledge of
painters and painting in this area 1s
unique. His travels might almost be des-
cribed as “missionary journeys”, for he has
spread the gospel of Art to unbelievers,

and sustained the faithful.

Mr. Harrison has not neglected the
smaller islands for the sake of the larger
colonies. During his visits to both he has
run courses of lectures for teachers and
children, given classes in drawing, paint-
ing, cut-paper designs, lino and potato cuts,
encouraged his pupils to paraphrase the
work of famous painters and held exhibi-
tions of the work produced. One such ex-
hibition of specimens from Grenada is now
on view at “Wakefield”. By lectures, talks
on the Radio and articles he has endeav-
oured to stimulate an interest in art among

the adult populations. He has encouraged
local artists in their work, helped with
their exhibitions and tried to make their
work better known not only in their own
colony, but in other parts of the Caribbean.

A striking example of the interest in art
which Mr. Harrison has fostered occurred
recently in this Island. A course of lec-
tures was to be given by him at the
Museum for elementary school teachers.
Over 180 teachers thought it worth while
to attend these lectures during the first
week of their Christmas holiday, and two
courses of lectures were held.

“To what purpose?” Or, “Why teach the
man in the street about Picasso and
Graham Sutherland?” These are questions
sometimes asked. The purpose is surely
to enable us to appreciate art, this not only
widens our horizon, but increases our en-
joyment of life. The art of Picasso and
Graham Sutherland is as much a product
of the 20th century as is a Transatlantic
airship or a ferro-concrete building. We,
who live in the 20th century, should try to
understand and appreciate what is happen-
ing around us; 20th century art is by no
means the only art or the best art, but it is
our art.

To many in this area Mr. Harrison has
opened the gates of a new field of know-
ledge and pleasure. We are grateful for his
untiring energy, patience, and above all,
for his enthusiasm. He has done and is still
going “a good job”. Let us not be unmind-
ful, however, of the fact that the British
Council is responsible for Mr. Harrison’s
activities, our gratitude to Mr. Harrison is
also our gratitude to the British Council
for this branch of its work in the Carib-
bean.

Welcome

THE WARMTH of the welcome accord-
ed the British Guiana cricketers who
arrived during the week, was heightened
by the knowledge that their very early
arrival was due to unfriendly weather
conditions in their homeland. Unprece-
dented rains there rendered trial games
impossible and so our flannelled friends
“the enemy”’—came early to obtain some
much needed practice. It is hoped that the
desired object will be achieved, and when
the tourney opens on Thursday next at
Kensington, it will be lacking nothing of
that keen rivalry which has always mark-
ed contests between British Guiana and
Barbados.

Guianese cricketers’ have earned for
themselves a reputation for fighting
against whatever odds there be, and no
doubt Capt. Camacho and his gallant men
will go all out to follow the trail blazed by
their illustrious predecessors. And added
to the rational urge to win is the incentive
of the West Indies team to tour England
later this year. Each player on either side
will strive to give of his best, for the glory
of his side and himself, and if it should not
be that victory crowns their efforts, then
each will lose cheerfully in accordance
with the best traditions of the game. We
join in the wish for fine weather, and the
hope that the best side will triumph.

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Sittings

“At the final reception of
Mr. Ernest Bevin in the House
of Representatives in Ceylon
a troupe of thinly clad dancing
girls were performing in the
Members’ lobby. To Britisn
visitors this seemed slightly un-

parliamentary.” — From _ the
News, i
THAT’S what’s wrong with

British politics.

How much happier they would
all be in The Mother of Parlia-
ments if the following scene
could be truthfully reported:—

A Member: Is it not a fact that
if the groundnuts scheme had
been organised by business
men instead of Government offi-
cials, Levery man, woman, .and

| child in the country would have

all the monkey nuts they could

| eat?

Minister: The hon. member is
mistaken if he thinks the ground-
nuts scheme was organised
provide monkey nuts. It is
provide margarine.

_ The Member; Answer my ques-
tion, yes or no.

Minister: 1 am sorry I can-
not oblige the hon. member. The
dancing girls are coming in from
the lobby.

Member: What dancing girls?

Minister; The honourable gen-
tleman is apparently not aware
of a new procedure in the House.
Instead of spending a dull after-
noon answering silly questions,
dancing girls from the mysterious
East will entertain us.

Very Old Member: Jolly good

idea.
1 A Member: Can the Minister
state if the girls have been im-
{ported through bulk purchase
jor under private enterprise?
(Laughter).

The Minister: I believe it is a
fact that the hiring of dancing
girls will soon be one of the few
remaining , activities of private
enterprise. (loud laughter dnd
Socialist Cheers).

A Woman Member: Is this not
another prceof fhat men are unfit
to govern? I invite all women
members to leave the House as a
protest.

to

to

; Very Old Member: Jolly good
idea. Then the girls can sit next

; to some of us.
(Cries of “Order, order.’’)
The Speaker: The hon. mem-



ber must not insult hon. women

members by suggesting their
presence is unwelcome in the
House.

Members (together): Here they
come. I say, what smashers

Very Old Member: Who'll
on my knee? Who'll sit on
knee?

sit
my





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PRIORITY



On

By Nathaniel Gubbins

The Speaker:. May I remind
hon. members, and particularly
the hon. and venerable member,
that cuddling in the House is out
of Order?

Cry, Brother, Cry

3elieving that people who
worry too much would be
happier if they exchanged
their troubles with others
worse off than themselves, an

American character called

The Mad Mogi of Manhattan

has opened a Worry-of-The-

Month Club with a Crying

Room for those overcome by

other-members’ worries.

SURE brother. I know your
wife believes in re-incarnation.
She thinks she was a beautiful
slave in ancient Egypt. You’ve
told me three times, brother.

But she still thinks she’s a
slave. And she still thinks she’s
beautiful. And she thinks I’m
Rameses the First or sump’n.

Yes, brother,, I know. But this
is a worry club and we have to
exchange our worries. Let me tell
you about my wife.

How would you like it if a
stout party of 45 fell flat down
on her face every time you came
in at the front door?

I wouldn’t like it, brother,
let me tell you my case.

Or crawled out of rooms back-
wards on her hands and knees?

I know it’s tough, brother, but
listen, will you?

Or banged her head on the floor
at breakfast and said: “O Lord of

but

the Universe, is thy coffee hot?”
How would you like to start a
day's work with that on your
mind?”

, 1 wouldn’t, brother. Any more
than I would like to start the day
without any coffee, in case it’s
poisoned.

Your wife trying to poison you?

My wife believes in re-incarna-
tion, too. But she thinks I am
a slave and she’s Cleopatra. And
you know what Cleopatra’s fav-
ourite parlour game was.

Trying out poisons on slaves to
see what happened?

That was the general idea. And
that’s my wife’s idea, if I don’t
watch out.

Brother, I could cry for you

I could cry for you,
brother. ‘ ‘

Let’s go into the Crying Room
together and cry for each other.

In The Club

“WELL, I see they’ve started
on the housewives.”

“Who have?”

“The Government. They’re now
going to allow bakers to make
richer cakes for 3s. a pound, Very

too,

“ Favouritism ? Nonsense! The PUREST coincidence.”

Lon on Express Servigs

The Fence

kind of them, isn’t it?”

“Very.”

“And very subtle, too, There
are no flies on the boys in the
Cabinet.”

“Aren't there?”

“You wouldn’t think a dozen
grown-up, responsible men would
get round a table and say to each
other, ‘If we give the middle-
class housewife a richer
she’ll vote for us.’ Now would
you?”

“No I wouldn't.”

“But that’s how their minds
work. They never miss a trick.
And you can look ot for some
tricks in the next few weeks.”

“Can 1?”

“Like the one they played on
the workers in the building
trade. Another ha’penny an hour
just before the General Election.
Would you vote for a Govern-
ment because they gave you
another ha’penny an hour?”

“No.” 7

“What’s a ha’penny
anyway?”

an hour,

“A ha’penny an hour, I sup-
pose.”

“In an eight-hour. day it
amounts to fourpence. In a six-
day week it amounts to a couple
of bob. Not enough to buy a
packet of cigarettes, with the
tax Cripps has put on them, And
they call themselves Socialists.
Don’t make me iaugh.’

“I'm not trying to.”

“IT don’t suppose the house-
wives will forget the trick they
played on them a reek ago.”

“Won't they?”

“The Ministry of Food an- |
nounced that some canned meat
was off points. And what hap-
pened?”

“I don’t know.”

“They took the meat off points
because there wasn’t any left in
the shops, Very funny, wasn’t it?
I don’t suppose they’ve stopped
laughing yet.”

“Don’t you?”

“And before Feb. 23 a lot of
funny things are going to happen.
Meat will come off the ration.
Look what happened to the bacon.
Eggs will be thrown at us by the

ton. You'll be showered with
rich cakes. and chocolates _ till
you're sick. And what’ll they do
when they've got your vote?”

“No idea.”

“All rations reduced. Private
property confiscated. Income tax
15s. in the £. Heavier taxes on
spirits and tobacco. You might

as well be dead. Don’t you want
your lunch?”
“No. ”
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Devaluation Can Only Be Temporary Expedient

To The Editor—The Advocate.

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street did not trouble himself
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such questions to the financial ex-
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nevertheless the ordinary citizen
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full well that his daily bread ar
butter is vitally affected by these
currency problems.

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internal policy.

one kind and_ another

instructions the maximum benefits

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a demand for sterling.
sterling is, of
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The large sums
spent on industrial re-equipment
plus Government expenditure of
and the
level of consuntption has reduced
that was
hoped to be gained from fhe drive
inflation
manufacturing
Britain
in
It was therefore
necessary to redress this state of
affairs at the same time recreating
Eventual-
ly it was agreed that the sterling-
dollar exchange rate was no longer
practicable in view of the inter-

impetus will be given to export
trade but imports from the dollar
area will rise to the extent of the
depreciation so also will the price
rise on imports from non-
dollar areas if their dollar price
is maintained. The cost of our
food, raw material, manufactured
goods and cost of living will rise
and it is therefore idle to think
that this effort can be limited to
a slight increase of a point or two
in the cost of living index

Sooner or later it will be neces-
sary to stabilize the pound again.
The qvestion will then be, on
what basis should stabilization be
effected for before ‘the of

trade






is a medium which provid mind that the foreign national loss of confidence in the world can be fully restored
basis :for settlement between parity rates show the sterling thereby increasing the there must be established _ ‘
different countries and acts in actual content of the various gold Grain on Britain’s Gold and dollar general convertibility 0; id
Goene measure >. lard of coins of the different countries, Tesources and resort was made to assets lodged in the banks of &
value. 20F oe : : whereas the publishe foreign devaluation country maintaining free gold
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movement of exchange with other
countries, above and below the
new parity, which at times assist-

ance is rendered by Government
manipulation of exchange until
equilibrium is established As

soon as it is found that exchange
really has found its own level
without un@ue support from the
yovernment, de jure stabilization

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gUND:

) ‘Bridgetown
Was Hot
Yesterday







RIDGETOWN had a very hot
B ny yesterday Dut on two oc-
uo lie ll Shortly after
(2810 ck ning a light
Yclock in rning a lig
9.00 seg another came
snower
after apa i lay and up to 6.00
pa morning the
gcloeâ„¢ fall the island was 52
rainfall for the é
jotal Ta ation Hill District, with
parts parts recorded the greatest
e ;
yr that period. :
painted ie ns were City 0, Station
ae: 9 parts, St. George 8

i] District :
et St. Philij
as 6 parts, St. + ete
parts, St. James <
2 parts, St. Andrew

5 parts.

HE PROGRAMME arranged
this

; ar the

. shows that

ye siting five parishes.

st, John, St. Philip, St. Lucy,
§, Thom is é George.

onday «

ee jonn's Almshouse. Tuesday

i] be in the St Martin’s area of

Gt Philip. The Cinema will visit

Mobile Cinema
the Cinema will






Crab Hill and Husbands area, St.

Lucey on Wednesday.

A show will be given at the

sharon and Edghill areg of St.

5 Thursday and on Fri-
mas on Thursday anc "
“oa residents of St. George will
penefit irom a show at Charles
Rowe Bridge and St. George’s

Church.

HE LOSS of a goat

ed by Joseph Smith of Belle
Gully. The goat valued $12
and Smith stated that it was taken
F trom his enclosed yard between
10.00 am. and 6.00 p.m. on Tues-
day.

LLA COOPER of Cheapside

Road reported the loss of one
fin of Klim valued $1.05 from her
tesidence between Sunday last and
| Monday.

N ACCIDENT occurred at

about 8.15 p.m. on Thursday
on Bay Street betwen three motor
tars, One was M 2167, owned and
driven by Herbert Armstrong of
Park Road, Bush Hall. The other
M1539 is owned by George Jones

was report-



of Chelsea Road and driven
ty Lionel Ramsay of the same ad-
dress while the third X 411 is



owned and was driven by Vernon
Armstrong of Graeme Hall Plant-
ation. .

The right rear fender
bumper of M.2167 were dan

and





ger
ged

HE CORNER of Hincks and
Me Gregor Streets was tne
gene of an accident at about
£410 pm. on Thursday.
The accident involved motor
M 2496, owned and driven by
trick Godfrey of White Park

Road and a bicycle owned by Cecil

Eatmond of Brighton Tenantry,
Si, George and ridden by Whit-
Meld Alleyne of the same address,
eThe bicycle was badly damaged

t front fender of

aged

Pout only the righ

the car was da

FIRE of unknown origin
P4&broke out at Waterford Plant-
ation at about 1.30 a.m. yesterday









md destroyed 4 acres of third crop
pmipe canes. The nes belong to
Mr, R. E. Gil| of the same planta-

fon and are insured.

N ACCIDENT occurred on

Barbarees Hill at about 4.15
pm, on Friday between National
tus M 1045, ch was driven by
Mtvine Alleyne of Paynes Bay and
the motor lorry M 902, owned and
Given by Oscar Worrell of Ivy







Village.

The motor car L. 76, which was
parked near cene of the ac-
itident, was dar ged.

N FRIDAY at about 12 noon a

fire of unknown origin broke
gt at Edgecumbe Plantation

Md destroyed 300 holes of first
stop ripe cane belonging to

magecumbe Ltd. They were in-

red,
WENTY-THREE year old Ger-
trude Green of St. John was

fi in difficulties while she was
Mathing at Martin's Bay early last
day morning. She was rescued
by Walter Bryan, also of St. John.

Bj! IS UNDERSTOOD that Do-
, Minion C.C. have carried off
me Championship of the Leeward
vision of the B.C.L, Barrows
©. and Dominion met in the final

me of the season, Dominion
fed with 34 points while Bar-
Were one point behind.
muiern Progressive, with 27
Mints, held third position.
Â¥. Todd, who tormerly played
Rthe now defunc t, Winton GC.,
ved? for Dominion and
it star bowler.

yas

HE TWENTY-TWO foot fish-
ping boat “Wa hpan”,
#0 Williams of Oistin, Christ
mutch, broke away from its
MINES in the ( areenage some-
before 5.00 am. on Thurs-
a) â„¢ it was recovered later the
ame evening,
After Ivan Layne had reported
Matter to the Police at the
Post in the morning, the
Mtpan” was sighted drifting
South westerly direction. The
m. Y8S mot occupied. It was
mt towed in. It is valued $542
Pes insured,
ees boat has the name of a
Which was famous in Barba-
peeny Years ago.

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1950

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UNLOADING

Seawell
Equipment
Arrives

Some of

the equipment to be
used in the construction of the
new runway at Seawell Airport

arrived on Friday evening by the
motor vessel “Caracas”, Engin-
eers had a busy day yesterday
when the work of unloading and
transporting began.

The equipment was brou; ht
from Trinidad and the work is
under the contract of J. N.\ Har-
riman and Company. The esti-
mated cost of work i
$1,680,000. There were many
pieces of machinery and the
transportation is expected to con-

the

tinue to-day. The major portion
of the equipment will be carried
on tractors to Seawell. The re-

mainder will be driven.
Among the equipment aré
carryalls which can carry 12 cubic



yards of stuff one trip, bull-
dozers, cart wagons which are
loaded by shovels, drag lines for
loading wagons, cranes, :notor
patrols, motor rollers, crushers,
drill compressors and welding
plants,
The Ship

The Chracas” was formerly

one of the vessels engaged in the
cattle, trade between Trinidad and
Venezuela. Now, it trades with
general cargo between the same
two ports,

Though built in Holland, the

“Caracas” has been registered at
La Guaira, Venezuela. It is owned
by Eseata and Navaira of Port-ol-
Spain, Trinidad.

Its crew of 17, including Captain
Vincent, is made up of 15 Vene-
zuelans and two Trinidadians.

The “Caracas” has a gross ton-
age of 400 tons, a length of 135
feet, beam 24 feet, draught 9 feet
and is capable of making 10 knots.

It is berthed opposite the Gov-
ernment Crane in the Careenage

Jamaican
Visitors
isit
Entertainec
ntertained
Department of
Agriculture was paid yesterday
morning by Mr. C. V. Atkinson,
Mr. C. H. Valentine and Mr. A. Ww.
Campbell, the visiting trio of
Jomaican Agriculturists. They took
the opportunity to have an in-
formal discussion with the Peasant
Instructors present. ‘

Later in the day the visitors
were entertained to lunch at God-
dard’s Restaurant. Another enter-
tainment in the form of a cocktail
party followed at 5.30. Scene of
the party was the Head Office of
the Department of Agriculture,

Mr. Atkinson, Mr. Valentine and
Mr, Campbell are members of the
Field Staff of the Jamaica Agri-

cultural Society. They are due to
return to Jamaica next Thursday

A visit to the



Van Damaged
In Collision *

An accident occurred yesterday
morning at the corner of Jem-
mott’s Lane, Bay Street, between

the motor car X-410 owned by
James Roach of Britton’s Hill and
driven by Alfred Blackman of

Christ Church, and the motor van
M-1117 owned by William Fogarty
Ltd. of Broad Street and driven
by. Roy Marshall of Bridgefield,
St. Thomas. Bis

The right side of the van was
damaged,













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Wi. Women

Conference
‘Tomorrow

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

KINGSTON (By Mail).

Lady Huggins, President of the
Jamaica Federation of Women,
has announced details of the Gen-
eral Conference of Women from
the West Indies to be held in
Jamaica on February 6, 7 and 8,
under the auspices of the Federa-
tion. to discuss social conditions
in the West Indies.

The conference will be attended
by delegates from British Guiana,
Trinidad and Barbados, with pos-
sibly Curacao and other islands
represented as well. The Execu-
tive and Parish Advisory Commit-
tees of the Jamaica Federation of
Women will take part in the con-
ference as delegations, and other

* delegates from various social wel-

fare organisations in Jamaica
have been asked to attend together
with representatives from the
Fast Indian and Chinese commu-
nities here,

A feature of the conference will
be the goodwill visit, as delegates,
of Mrs. Hiram Houghton, Ist Vice-
President of the General Federa-

tion of Women’s Clubs of the
United States, and Mrs. Sara
Whitehurst, Chairman of the

Council of International Clubs of
the United States Federation of
Women’s Clubs,

In addition a delegation of eight
women from Dallas, Texas, who
became interested in. West Indian
preblems through hearing Lady
Huggins’ lectures, will attend the
conference, headed by Mrs.
Charles Powell of that city. The
city of San Antonio, Texas, is also
sending a group of fourteen wo-
men of a “good neighbour” tour,
which will include participation in
the conference,



WEDDING.
HINKSON—SARJEANT

_— Ebenezer Church in
Crumpton Street was the
scene of a pretty wedding on

Saturday last, when Mr. Joseph
Oscar Hinkson, took as his bride
Miss Dorcas Imojean Sargeant,
both of Cleavers Hill, St. Joseph.
The bride was given in marriage
by her father Mr. Orman Sarjeant,
and the duties of bestman was
performed by Mr. Hartley Hink-
son,

The bride was beautifully at-
tired in romaine sheer, The skirt
was sprinkled with silver sequins
and the bodice was of lace stud-
ded with rhinestones. The head-
dress was of embroidered tulle
held in place by a wreath of
Lilies of the Valley.,This was the
handiwork of her sister Miss Do-
reen Knight who was maid of
honour and wore greeh and gold.
The bride carried a bouquet
of anthurium lilies and Queen
Anne’s lace.

The Misses Ruth and Carmeta

Clarke where the _ bridesmaids
and the flower girls were the
Misses Agnes Trotman, Gloria,
Caroline, and Margaret Herbert,
Elsa Sargeant, Gloria Walcott
Nancy Holdip, Elene and Car-

meta Webb.

Mr. C. Roberts was Usher while
Miss M, Goddard and Mrs. C.
Roberts presided at the organ.
The ceremony which was fully
choral was performed by the Rev.

G. F. Nicholls, and afterwards
the happy couple motored to
their residence “Elsville” Clea-
ver’s Hill where the reception

was held.

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at Seawell

S. Ww. District
Welcome
Chief Scout

At Scout Headquarters

ON SATURDAY LAST, 28th
January, at Scout Headquarters,
His Excellency the Governor,
Local Chief Scout, was welcomed
by the Cubs, Scouts, Rovers,
Scouters and Lay Members of
the South Western Scout District,
which comprises the parishes of
St. George, Christ Church and
St. Michael. His Excellency cross-
ed a Draw Bridge constructed by
Senior Scouts of the District soon
after his arrival, and after being
introduced to the Scouters, he
proceeded to the parade ground
via Headquarters Building where
he was met by the Lay Members.
He was welcomed by the Cubs
who gave the Grand Howl and
rushed to the centre of the parade
circle. This was followed by a
Scout Yell and Spiral Rally led
by the D.S.M., Mr. Cyril Brath-
waite.

The D.C., Mr. Charles Springer,
then formally welcomed the Chief
Scout who replied with words cf
encouragement. His Excellency in
the course of his address expressed
the Movement by the Lay Mem-
bers, and he exhorted the Scouts
pleasure at ‘the interest taken in
of ali ages to live up to their
Scouting traditions when not in
uniform, as that was one test of
the worthwhile scout. H.E. then
distributed the first Warrants
signed by him to the Scouters
who were present,

The LC., Mr. W. H: Carter,
M.B.E., who was also present, then
called on the Scouts to renew their
Scout Promise, after which three
cheers for His Excellency brought
the function to a close.

Scout Extinguish Fire
About 3.15 p.m. on Friday Jan-

uary 27th the dread alarm of
“fire” was heard in the Hart’s
Gap area, Christ Church. Scout

Keith Philips of 4th Barbados
(James Street) Group, who lives
in the vicinity, quickly doubled to
the scene to find a neighbour’s
house on fire. Securing some
buckets of water and enlisting the
willing help of the by-standers,
Philips worked briskly until the
blaze was subdued and finally
extinguished. When the Brigade
arrived, we understand, all was
over, Philips, however, stayed on
the job to help clean up the debris,
to send through some necessary
telephone calls, and to make him-
self generally useful as every
Scout should, whether he’s “in” or
“out” of uniform.

Scout Radio Programme

On Monday evening next at
6.15 the first in the Series of
Seout Radio Programmes “The

Voice of Scouting’ for 1950 will
be heard over Radio Distribution.
On this occasion you will hear a
broad outline of the training of
the various sections of the Move-
ment given by experienced
Scouters. So don’t forget to listen
in on Monday evening at 6.15.

Injured In Accident

Nathaniel Bailey of Grazette’s
Road, St. Michael, was injured on
bis right knee and taken to the
General Hospital yesterday about
12.30 p.m, after he was involved
in an accident with the car M-786
on Lower Broad Street. Bailey
was riding the bicycle M-8570 at
the time of the accident. The
front of the bicycle was exten-
sively damaged.

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(From Our St. John's Correspondent)

ANTIGUA’S luxurious Mill
Reef Club has opened 1950 with
an encouraging season ahead.
Its sixty odd members wili be
visiting here, some for long,
others for shorter periods
throughout the winter. February
and March are fully booked and
this is the first year the club will
remain open continuously.

Twelve thousand acres of land
on the south-eastern end of the
island were purchased in 1947.
Following a vast clearing of bush
the main club building was
started in March 1948 under the
direction of Mr. Robertson Ward
Architect who is also its Presi-
dent and in February 1949 mem-
bers were able to occupy sixteen
roorns. There are now twenty
rooms available, all having their
own individual verandahs over-
looking the beautiful Mill Reef
Bay. It was previously known
here as Exchange Bay but mem-
bers felt that the word Exchange
was too reminiscent of business.
The plain stone building st&ands
near the edge of elevated land
with almost a sheer drop to the
mile or two of clean yellow
beach beneath.

Perhaps tne greatest feature of
the building is the wide expanse
of glass used throughout, thus
rendering a full vision of the
glittering Atlantic and shielding
the prevailing high winds. The
lounge is tropical with plenty of
green foliage surrounding a
peaceful lily pond. Healthy
banana and pawpaw trees laden
with fruit form a restful back-
ground.

Barbadian Swimmers

There is a change of colour
scheme in every room with con-
trasting bold tropical tapestries.
Pictures hanging from the walls
are all modern water colour
paintings of the West Indies. A
narrow stone path winds its way
for about two hundred yards
from the club down the hill along
the ledges of hewn rock to the
lovely Beach House built of
Dominica Bamboo, Buffet lunches
are served daily in the Beach
House where members can also
sit and watch tennis on one side
or gaze on to Smiths Island on
the other. Incidentally, it is said
that several Barbadians did some
island to island swimming while

staying there during the last
sugar conference. A
Mill Reef possesses six miles

of beaches comparable with the
best in the West Indies. There
is fine anchorage for pleasure
yachts at Ricketts Harbour and

Police Band



Pla s Today vs quality
\ . England and on his obtaining a

AN Operatic Excerpt by Verdi Whole-time officer, sailed by the
is included in the programme of

the Police Band under Capt. C, E.

Raison when they hold their con-im view. He was accompanied by
cert at Queen’s Park to-day be-

ginning at 4.45 p.m.
The Programme: — .
(1) Grand March “Florintina”

Fucik Mission will

(2) Overture “Raymond” Thomas
»3) Operatic Excerpt—
“La Travaita” ....
(4) Selection... “Lilac Time”
Schubert
“Pomone”
Waldteufel
(6) Sacred Song “Judex’’ Gownod
(7) Suite “Othello”
Coleridge-Taylor
(8) Geand March “the Homage
March”... ..... Greig
Harvest Hy'r1s: —A.M. 384
A.M. 382
GOD SAVE THE KING,

100 Come

Over 100 passengers from South-

(5) Concert Valse



ampton, kngiand, arrived at
Barkados yesterday by the pas-
senger liner “Golfito’ of the

Elders & Fyffes line.
Of these, 26 landed here ane

the other 75 were intransit for
Trinidad.
The “Golfito” sailed out last

night for Trinidad. Local agents
are Messrs, Wilkinson & Haynes
Co., Ltd.



19 Cars Arrive

About 19 motor cars arrived
from London yesterday by Steam-
ship “Dalesman”, which is con-
oa to Messrs. Da Costa & Co.,
atd.

This vessel also brought per-

fumery essence and_ portland
cement among the cargo for
Barbados.

ee

In an article in yesterday's “Advo-
cate” under the head “Accident Stops
Traffic in Swan Street” it was incorrectly
Stated that bags of pollard were scat-
tered ail over the road. This should

have read: Bags of balanced animal
feed.



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Nonsuch Bay. Already five mem-|
bers have built their own houses |
and many more are to be con-|
structed this year. The bunga-!
lows present a most unusual)
Picture because in most cases|
they have been painted in shades
of pink, niauve or blue. Mrs. |
Ward's house “Bali-li’ so called|
because of the many carvings it!
contains brought from Bali
Island in the Pacific, is washed |
a beautiful blue which from a
distance is often the same as the

sea.
Golf Too

This year's work is being con-
centrated on the building of
roads; nine holes of the eighteen
hole golf course are almost com- |
plete. Allowances have been
made for further extensions to
the club at a later date by way
of adding another structure of
twenty rooms parallel with the
present club and the garden
which now forms an attractive
frontage will eventually be en-
closed in a courtyard. i

Mill Reef is not confined to}
Americans only, there are several!
English nfembers as well as some!
from Bermuda. Its directors are |
Henry Holt—Connecticut, Thomas







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Danie’s — Minnesota, Bertram |
Work—Bermuda, John Brother-|
hood — Connecticut, Severance!

Millikin— Cleveland, Ohio. This!
project which is giving years of |
work to hundreds of Antiguans
is eighteen miles away from St.
John’s. They prefer not to have
telephones and _ radios. Trans-
portation is provided members by
their own station wagons.

In just over two years Mill!
Reef has become the island's
exclusive self-contained area,

generating their own electricity,
manufacturing their own ice!
which has come to the rescue of}
St. John’s on many occasions, and|
their reservoir conserves oxer six}
hundred thousand gallons. of
rainwater accumulated by catch-
ments,

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The rest of Antigua still plods
along with antiquated public



utilities but things are develop-
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE, |
FEBRUARY 5, 1925)
Personal
On account of a bad knee Dr
Lionel Hutson will be unable
accompany the Barbados team to
Trinidad. |
Dr. J. A. Browne, who was re-|
cently appointed Ophthalmologist
on condition that at an early op-

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route to England with this object

Mrs, Browne. |
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be held at St. Mary’s
on Sunday next 8th instant at
9.30 a.m,

The service is for men
The preacher will be \he Rev
Hon, Stephen Phillimore,

Copies of Hymns to be used
the parade service can
tained at the Church

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PAGE EIGHT

CAPITAL
By KR.

NIGHT in Paris”
you will; you
iow the ni: in lights as weil
as 1 do. For my Saturday night I
set out to try to recapture my lost
youth

J used to be a jazz fiend. No-
body, except myself, was at all
happy this circumstance in
ihe part of Hampstead in which
we lived.

My trap drum
with Chinese
would have brought Mao

4 TURDAY
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about

set - (complete
“crash cymbal



which
Tse-tung himself a-running)
nearly drove my parents out of

their minds,

=!
The years rolled by, and Mac-

Coll exchanged the drumsticks for
Surely

the typewriter keys he
was destined
never again to
re-enter the rosy
portals of jazz-
land except
his layendered
memories’
so.

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party not
ago I chanced to
remark nostalgi-~
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acquaintance that it

band-leaders no
with their saxr-
they played them
friend said: “You
j e. that Paris is to-
‘acknowledged world
of jazz?” 1 said I had
report, but accepted
reserve

vould demonstrate,
lock the next morn-
x repairing to a con~

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tie, stall,
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smoking a cigar.
They went into :
gia Brown" and then “Sunday
Down in Caroline,” and the centre
of interest switc hed to the button-
hole-sized dance floor, where an
agile and handsome young man,
wearing blue slacks, was adroitly
jitterbugging with a curvaceous
rl who wore a low-necked black

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SUNDAY ADVOCATE a

Talking About Music ...
The Demand Is:

Works Only’

By Neville Cardus

HERE is a difference and a great composers. He died in

distinction, not yet recorded
any

the sbehaviour
subscribers to concerts and sub-
circulating

or
between

to

concerts stand
to the literature of music exactly
as circulating libraries stand to
literature in general.

subserirs

gi The
plouse, a long golden pendant, and ating libraries

close-fitting trews of the Gordon
tartan. These two were very ac-
complished, and seemed virtually
tireless.

concerts

“latest” books, the subscribers to
insist on the old stuff
3eethoven, Wagner Tchaikovsky
—Tchaikovsky for preference

1911, yet not long ago I read
something by one of our most
prominent writers on music to
the effect that Mahler was prone
to “philosophisings” of a “Teu-
tonic” kind.

But Mahler was not Teutonic;
certainly he was no philosopher.
He was born in Bohemia, and he
never forgot the landscape and
atmosphere of his boyhood, in all
his works we hear fanfares from
the barracks in the distance,
horn calls, bird calls. He was
also a Jew who became the

other psycho-
of

libraries
in relation

to the circu-
insist on the

The proprietor soniye “er I seldom hear anybody in my most authoritative conductor in
again. Jumpin, a. i es ee lending library asking for Mid- Europe, at the Vienna State
he crowed. Grapbed Dy ¢ Z dlemarch, one of the few novels Opera.

he

way,

elbow as he sped on his
explain

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English that

for brainwork So his temperament assimilated

paused long enough ens vews Will survive comparison with a cosmopolitan culture, with the
that the gir) in the ee fi trew* say the Ninth Symphony of result that even in his maturity
was “one . of the aa es "toate Beethoven “Have you Nigel he remained mixed in the
models in PONE Ae ee in Balchin’s latest?” I hear them elements, naive and complex.
of ali=-she' pursucs ‘le jitler "asking the nice patient girl who Into a tone-world of country
order to keep her —e ; te cttends to me “I forget the title fields, villages and low-roofed
reasonable Camsbution: ss vague The Parasites, I think” rooms, enter the over-civilised
The young man ihe aver a Few people run to,the Albert flavours and nostalgic violin
about, so we ee ec hide on to Hall to hear a work by Rubbra portamento of the city and opera
os sooied s grapefruit you have almost to wait in house
4 stool, 6 a < 5 93% re ’
‘uice with double gin, and ex- Qneve , for Graham Green He is not in the Germa.
plained that he had learned “le = /#t€St tradition, he helped to forge the
jitter” with the American Red Empty Hails? shape and material of the Aus-
Cross just after the war, = OFTEN wonder what the trian symphonic style. He reall;
“A —_ organisation, be music, public would be listen- took over the heritage o
added with fervour. ‘Now 1 OM in. to nowadays if Beethoven hac Schubert. There is nothing in
about to * oo oo a vie not composed the third and fifth his ae ae of the Beethoven
wants. An Se ee : ymphonies, and the fifth piano heroira ~et ical standpoint; and
le Red Cross Ame icain concerto. If Greig had not com- certainly he was never one of the
He shot back to renewed posed his piano concerto and if Brahmsian bourgeoisie.
support to the in Gorcon Tchaikovsky had forgotten t In The Song of the Earth he:
There was a ae no “ ae. concerto of all, and the fourth teenth-century romanticism. But
door ew oanee P a 8 f i sixth symphonies he was one of the first to react
ele e the Maestro | AU will be a refreshing against _ this same luscious
Satchelmo” A on @ for us next Thursday Tomanticism. In the second and
nocturnal busn t the concert of the Lon- third movements of the Ninth
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The sheikh

tons a month. - f

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000 a year, paid in Indian rupees.
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flows more strongly, taking him
rp to the £ 4,000,000 line.

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The sheikh is an erect, digni-

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Genial crow’s-feet crease
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yead-dress.

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hows which once brought its
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from 50 miles down the coast
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he dark men of the desert, herd- : : .
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icketed Arab traffic policemen i“ have a igh regar soos |
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lace. iy

“MID-CENTURY BLUES” had
a tucked top and tucked sleeves,

“HOPE” was the
white organdie and

“MONTEGO BAY” was a long



pure silk taffeta was used for
very wide accordeon pleated skirt
with loose cummerbund sash.

name of a
Nottingham
lace dress. The tiny lace jacket
fitted neatly over a very full skirt
with a set of tucks, then an in-

Spotted tulle, gfey rayon jersey





sille taffet: > ‘ ion-ski e
tight dress in white Irish linen and drop pearls stitched on to a a ta, with an onion-skin Birthday Greetings
buttoned from the neck. right bodice, made dream-like dresses, ° Whe. last. dress wee crinoline We: Gift Size ...... £2.81
down the back, and left unbutton- “MAIDEN’S BLUSH” was the vs > mi = . es ron HAPPY Birthday to Robert
ed at the knees to allow walking. appropriate name for a pink tulle ff i oy th F sink aol saeseh- ein Quintyne, Richard Yearwood, Goya Handbag Phial 1/9
Sleeves were short and pockets dress, with an enormous. skirt ie; Z a silke eusbuanaenae’ das or- orm ,Williams and Lourdes
were huge, with bands of spark- composed entirely of handker- “ nate ‘th ee d the Bhan aite, who celebrate their
ling red beading on them. chief points. Tulle was thickly, B2nGle "le wrapped : rthdays this week,
é ae ae top to cover one shoulder and NEW MEMBER Gora 16) NEW ROND So RERE (ak iene we
' leave the other bare, save for a Haze} Grazette, Pounders CG: ‘ ? . , ,
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Children’s Corner |

On reaching the caravan the man
unlocks the door. Then he places
Rupert on the floor. * You bath
quite safe here until we finish our




work and decide what to do."’ he
says «s, with a grunt, h raightens
his back, locks the de

away Struggling

>

Rupert sees |

subject of the songwriters,

these clues.
qa -the
Cab Calloway sang,

the play of the same name,

as that of —— Windsor, the movie
starlet you see above.

4. With the Light Brown
Hair, made memorable by Stephen
Foster,

5. O My Darling, —— the min-



er’s daughter,
bears, Borate, me 8 6. Another darling, —— Gray,
icht skirts. ae ee hem . |
; the illusion of an .eVv = | : a :
Thine. ith tt - n ais Ticiare
the skirts worn with the i ie 3 ia |
were attractive. Many ot UKs
, were in foulard silk, rayon, : C
sn, and organdie, and had in4 :
ting diagonally ro Be eh one 5 |
Mines. draped fronts an a :
SF fcked and pleated pan- ‘ ie pe <
tow
Me fabrics used were tweeds :
worsted, wool alpaca, silk or 3
m shantungs, linens and repps, —
is that looks like silk, and
that looks like wool, A great Sa
Me Graves cad t sine. w s worn over a black dress with A white guipure lace dress “PIERETTE” was black tulle
it cere, in the va * « eyelet-hole embroidery. The jack- with straight skirt, and tiny covered with large satin spots.
Rede usvy. on oy “hite et had enormous sleeves with matching hat, had a huge bertha The short tight under-shirt was
ey nie of te ig fullness falling from a dropped collar falling like a cape covered with two tiers of very full HE star-and-cirel ff
eames sade - beige shoulder line. This dropped over the shoulders. The same tulle, and an enormous bow at 4 Star-and-circle 0: ‘ers one
en Shape. ware shoulder, with fullness coming heavy white lace formed a strap- one side of the strapless bodice of the most challenging and
Pick na chet fae. just above the elbow, was fre- less top for a navy blue pure silk held a vast floating stole. Black interesting unicursal
of black, and chalk 2,

problems.
a You are to draw the design in
one continuous line, without
crossing or retracing any part of
the line,

Another challenging test: close
your eyes and try to draw a five

ets falling straight to The models that gained aPp- and a short massive skirt com- sertion of lace, and then tucks pointed star within a circle,
hips will cause controversy. plause from a critical audience posed of la yer upon layer of round the hem. Beneath the lace eT : ¥ a
fwere a direct return to the wane the evening and party Ccadiemochia® votiiat ie wae. bike jacket the bodice stood out stiff- ee bed see cakbas =
One was in ice-lemon, dresses. “Trefoil” was white em- of pure silk organza, light as a ly in tucks. ILLUSTRATED shou ot b gg =<8 = a
revers and double- pbroidered organdie, buttoned feather. : Midnight blue Nottingham lace Che | f the lyeaibied danthan was
# fastening. A black and jike a coat over a white base. over silver lame, floating pink oeaiakcl ai amet
bow frothed over the collar.





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Of Them

SPRINGTIME may be the great-
est inspiration of the poets, but
its girls who seem to be the prime
The
; names of girls appear in countless
_ Songtitles or lyrics. See how many

of these you can identify from

Moocher, of whom
2. ——O’ My Heart, inspired by
——from Sunny Italy, Irving

; Berlin's first published son, whose
heroine has the same first name

a grey, beige and mauve shot pure



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beside
you?” h

happened ?
Wh

at does it all mean?" Bur
Sailor Sam is > tightly as
Rupert is, aad in ad cloth ts

tened over his me o thar he
amnet answer, bur only make
Tumaces,

my to me. |
8. Oh, » I'd give the world |
to live again the lovely past. |
9. —— doesn’t live here any |
more.
10. ——, is there anything finer |
than to be in Carolina with you? |
11. Weary looks, yet tender, |
speak their fond farewell, —, |



We Sing

12. Oh what a pal was |
13. When you and I were young,

14.
15. Sweet
16. I wonder what ever became

him.
How did you get here >



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- Brown,



of ——., that old girl of mine.

a4; 38
know }
18. She gave her promise true |
upon Maxwellton’s

you knew ——

, like I



braes, —— |

Laurie? ]

19.
20. ——of Washington Square.
This can be
amusing party pastime.
guest who's good
play



Blue Gown.
the basis of an |
Have a
on the piano, |
snatches of the songs, and |

award a prize to the guest who
identifies the largest number cor-
rectly,

Answers: 1,

Minnie: 2 Peg: 3 Marie

4. Jeannie. 5. Clementine, 6 Nellie’ 7
Bonnie. 8 Genevieve. 9 Annie 10
Dinah. 11. Juanita Nita. 12 Margy 13
Maggie. 14. Ida. 15 Georgia. 16. Sally
17, Susy. 18. Annie. 19. Alice 20. Rose

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(Barbados Mixture)
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— 5.64 per
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— $6.20 per

100 tbs.—7cts. per lb.

$10.54 per bag of 160 Ibs.—714
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ESTABLISHED OCTOBER 1924

BANKERS:—Barclays Bank (D.C. & 0.) Barbados and London.

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and Pin Trays, Waste Paper Baskets, Dating
Machines, Sponge Bowls, Scotch Tape,
Passepartout, Mending Tape, Drawing Pins,
Paper Clips in large variety, Tags, Twine, Pen Knives, Scissors,
Dusters; Paper Trays, Files, Binders etc., Typewriters for Rent,
We cut and supply Glass to fit old frames.
Stamp Dampers, Photograph Albums, Autograph Albums.

Air Mail Pads and Envelopes, Writing Pads
with and without Lines, Personal and Com-
mercial Envelopes, Blotting Paper in differ-
ent Colours, Box Stationery, Desk Blotters.
and Writing Sets, Typing Papers, Short Hand Note Books, Memo
Books, Account Books for all requirements, Ink Stands in Glass and
Plastic, Tissue Papers in different Colours, Assorted Crepe Papers,
Papers for Preserving Foods and Wrapping Heavy; Parcels.

TOILET
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iPerfumes, Lotions, Face











SOUVENIR GOODS

Leather Purses and Novelties with the Crest
of Barbados. Mahogany Trays, Book Ends,
Paper Weights — all featuring Barbados.

There is a wide selection of Chromium Novel-

IMPORTANT!

Through our Buying Agents in Lendon—Messrs.

LADE & CO., we can obtain for you anything




Creams, Powders, Bay from a Motor Car to a Drawing Pin, and you get

Rifles, Revolvers, Bi







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the benefit of Factory Prices. Nothing too small :
ties, all erested with the local crest. Station-

ery and stamped with Barbados design.

Hair Brushes, Combs, Ammunition,

a : Manicure Sets, Limacol,
~~ j Fete., ete. ete.

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end Leether Strepe fer (16) BARBADOS TURF CLUB TICKETS. different Designs and
Bags and Blankets. BUY ONE OF OUR SYNDICATE TICKETS Colours to match any
Attache Cases and Docu- - AND HAVE TEN CHANCES TO WIN colour scheme, from 1/6
ment Cases, Music Cases, to 25/-
Leather Folders, Wallets, THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS. IF @HE BOOK ap et:
Purses and Ladies’ Hand THAT YOU INVEST IN EARNS $30,000.00, Also hand-painted China
Bags, Key Purses, Coin veut sy i Standards featuring old
Purses, Hey Rings. SHARE WILL BE $3,000.00 English Dress.
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Wonderful For Carbon Work
Refills Stocked.

New Shipment of
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From $6.00 to $12.50

Your Initials in Gold or Silver,
Engraved on Pens for 2/-

INKS :— Puple,
Green, Blue-Black, »
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Coektail Giasses and Waiters.
Beer Mugs with your name engraved on FREE,
With a sppcial vibrating machine we can engrave
Names and Initials on any glass or metal ware.

SPORT GOODS

Cricket Bats and Balls, Tennis Rackets, Footballs,

MAGAZINES

We do the largest Subscription Business in Barbados
and one of the Largest in the West Indies
Magazines Posted direct to your Address from. the

Publishers.
Renewal Subseriptions taken for American Magazines
saving you Money and a lot of Red Tape.

BOOKS

in this line you will find our Stock of Novels, Classics

Hockey Sticks, Table Tennis Sets complete, Table
Tennis Balls (10c. and 1,-). Table Tennis Bats — All







Prices.




Football Pumps, Compo-
| and Educational Works, a most interesting assortment.

On the First Floor there is an extensive range of

Childrens’ Books for all ages. These include Paint

Books and Cloth Books.

sition Balls, Cricket Pads, : /3
i
Racket Frames and



Dunlop Presses; Golf

RIDING
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With Iron Frames built
for the British Army.

These are going very

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12 MONTHS IN EVERY
YEAR-

Mechanical and Soft Toys, Pedal Cars, Soldiers, Balls,

Bring your PICTURES to us to be

Passepartout. No delay in F

We also sell Picture Frames in Pl
and Metal.

cheap and should be of
special interest to Polo

Players, Planters, etc.









These SADDLES could
not be repeated at twice

the Price.

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Constructing Houses, Spades and Buckets, Skip Ropes,
Jig-Saw Puzzles, Cireus Sets, Drums, Whistles, Uni-
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Carnival Hats, Masks, Paint Boxes, Colevr Balls, etc.

BROAD STREET.








LARGE SHIPMENT OF

Alarm Clocks expected next week.
Dog Collars, Dog Leads, Riding Whips
Clocks, Reading Lamps, Steel Cab
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ii —— ooo = | REAL ESTATE | HELP IT is hereby notified for the — of es a ven
eee _enemerenemneee === j he 5th of Februsry “+ |
A PAYABLE WHOLESALE & RETAIL| PAYING GUEST: In a quiet, private| that with effect from Sunday t Trafalgar Square will leavé
RATES ' FOR RENT CRN in the Cay with Purchasing a doce Sar eee 5 = all buses now leaving the Terminus at tra re t Time Tables.
in with re} ights | Moderate a.) resen ¥ }
eos Si and Goodwill ‘Conditions of Sale very | } the terminus at Probyn Street in accordance with p
Attractive Big Capital i
ANNOUNCEMENTS 1.00 61.97 or Book Debt. ‘Dial Sift “or 2713. Con- | misc ELLANEOUS \ The following routes are affected:—
POR SALE ver word | | HOUSES tact DF. de Abreu at Carter Bros. — :
Tudor St. Near Mason Hal! St. WANTED TO BUY | 14 to Top Rock I Carlisle Ba
vr y
yOR RENT . = = «| JUBILEE, Gibbs Beach, Phone 99-998 5 2 50—1n. ee ce ae carinbea | 15 —— n arlis y
WANTED i os x “PIQUES VILLA,” Kent, Christ) Stamp Society, 3rd Floor. No. 10 Swan 17 rittons PORT—Schooner Molly N. Jones, Wilkincon & H
} HOUSE—fully furnished at Woodside Chores. Seen Sot saves ack Dome Se 18 . Belleville adam Rheda L., Schooner Manuata, Ar-ving by this .
LOST. FOUND per word Gardens, Bay Street, Mid-February to| With approximately 1% acres. Private x Schooner Mary M. Lewis, Schooner E. P :
a abate re | June. Phone 3199. 1.2.50—3n|dtiveway from main road. Accommo- WANTED TO RENT s 19 ,, Boarded Hall Marion Belle Wolfe, Yacht Beegie,M.V. Mro. O. S. Band,
Minim bo; at gan 3 ae, tounge, | Ae ee oop hg Bridge 20 Ivy T. B. Radar, Schooner ae R., ee: Mr.
SALES .| gallery a chen, extensive tewn Ww approximately ‘% acre land. ” le M. Smi Schooner « jamin,
_— ) era TS Pally Sarnia’ wr criking, | Toms, garage etc. 500 ft. above ses ‘level. | sand containing 3 bedrooms, electric light, 21. Waterford ee ee, Gana Fences WT Drake, ‘Miss ie 4
AUCTION & REAL } Dial 8364. 13.1.50—t.t.n_| Bridetown 3 miles. DIXON é& BLADON, | water and servants’ querters—state ei ” Smith, Schooner a eaniotin, Schooner Foley, Dr. J. w. P.
he ry Real! ee — a ee & Sur-| zequired Write Z. c/o Advocate Co. | os Jackson Philip H. Davidson, Schooner Felicia O.B.E., Mrs. F. M.
RE sine | LUPSTAIRS PREMISES — and rion PREMISES — 2nd Jrloa | Y¢¥ors Plantations uilding, oe o- Ltd. or 23 ,, Cave Hill Monica. peme. Maser P.
oO wan Street spacious an en +
Mintmum charge. -- 1:38 ES) ory. Suitable for offices, light tagenes : = eumell tec iat tech Poa 24 ,, Holders Hill ARRIVALS Proverbs, Mrs. M. @.
Caeeeel ss ages taal a a ow oe De: | BS | eporonimately, 1015 Acrers and House Schooner Mary B. Caroline, 4, tons ©: green giles YM
ne ‘ : on ———— net, Capt. osep! rol : . ley, Mr. t
PUBLIC NOTICES j —— ee | State Price and condition of noe Box te: Schooner Owners’ Association. Smediey.
Per agate lime .. -- on ih | BUNGALOW fully furnished from 15 | ,, ait ‘by obtaining orders C/o Advoemte Co. re RUNWAY LIGHTING me a Coreras, 235 tons net, Capt
Minimim charee February. Facing Garrison Savannah £25 * 7 om oO Vincent, from Trinidad; Agents: J N
EVENING ADVOCATE (Monday) Can be seen by appointment. Phone 395 for private Christmas Cards from for the supply and installation of runWA&Y | Harriman & Co., Ltd.
per inch ......csceeeeeereereet @ | between the hours of 11 and 1 o’cioc! | veur friends. No previous experience i Tenders are invited for Particulars of the equipment | s.s Dalesman, 3,882 tons net, Capt. Capt tte
ona ain 4.2502 | necessary, Write today for beautiful free PERSONAL lighting equipment for Seawell Airport. icu ae rern- | Zones. from London; Agents: Da Cost) Agents: coi at"
DIED aan Sample Book to Britain's largest and be obtained on application to the Go & Co., Lid. <
ESPERANZA: Fully furnished. 2 bed einost Publishers; highest eommission and material required may be 0 1 of | SS. Golfito, 4,504 tons net, Capt. Thornburn, for
“STIN—LEOTTA, of South Distric rooms, drawing room, Kitchen, etc. com n st s 3 eo! ’ I tor. Prices for equipment should be exc usive Thornburn, from Southampton; Agents; inson & Haynes
% George. Her funera) will leave th’ | plete with Frigidaire, 2 miles fro marvellous money making opportunity ment Electric Inspec ld reach the Government
Ser rch, St George. at 4.1 | Bridgetown, and on the lovely St. Jame | )cnes, Williams & Co., Dept. 10 ‘Viatoria THE public are hereby warned against] ; ,yort duty and package tax. Tenders should re
this afternoon for St. Geor&e’s Parist | Beach ‘Apply to Mrs. J. A. Reic | Works, Preston, Bngland.” giv credit to my wife DAPHNE | impo! , than 4 p.m. on Tuesday, the 28th of Feb-
Church. Friends are asked to attend | tone Star Garage. Mt. Standfast, St CORSITE JONES (nee Taylor) as I 4 | Electric Inspector not later tha Pp.





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not hold myself responsible for her o
Naomi, Vereta me. Mole ee NOUICE Sle ie my tame paien bo 0 written she The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or |
tex Mrs. Isalene older —_———— — . di my name unless by a w : e ve
ser lew Sarjeant ‘niece T _ARGE COOL BEDROOM- all mod PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH order signed by me a |
5.2.50.) «rn conveniences with or without meals Applications, accompanied by Baptisma! GBORGE ELLIOTT (Ulric) JONES, any tender.
————— oo | Fostings District. Dial 3239. Ceruticates, will be received at my Brighton,
R SALE 2.2.50-—-2n| office up to 3 p.m. on Friday, lt St. George °
§ sh wwe —_—_——_——— | ebruary, 1950, for one or more Vvacar 4.2.50—2n ARRIVALS—By B.W.LA.L. Gerald Pearson, Mr. Douglas
“NEWHAVEN”, Crane Cossi, tui | Vestry Exhibitions, tenable at the boys T ONE ORDERS From TRINIDAD:— Edward Knute, and Mrs. C. Pocock, Mr,
AUTOMOTIVE (urnished, Garages, Servant Room: | Foundation School. Bunice Kunte, John Goddard, Freeman neth Ross, Mrs. Maud §
4 z - Superb ba ee eee eee ne cece pp ee children o LOST &« FOUND RB Paschall, Gordon Hamilton, Mary a eet ea ih, ae. Peter ¥
Seve Two Seater S Tune. November; ecember pari. ers im c is, Emanuel Rodrigues, nne i, ani rs er! Whitmell, rd
‘ erhauled $300 or nearest offer.| month. Phone 4476. 6.1,50—t.1.n | stances, and must be between the ag: y ieeenae Hawkins, Arthur Moore, Ed- Whitmell. a .
Hardwick 446 S2DALD, | ns | >f 1) years 6 months and 12 years on th ED wina Parsons, Norman Hinkson, William DEPARTURES—By BW LAL
——$ —— error “FARAWAY™, St. Philip coast, full’ | date of the examination. Lieut.-Col. J. Connell, O.B.E., ” Ball, Elizabeth Ball. For LA GUAIRA:— Mr,
Cy Dodge ¢ in good mechan | furnished, Garages, Servant Roots Candidates must present themselves t LOST mero, s y ie
al i good tyres. Dia! 306 | Rathing beach. From March Ist. 85 | the Headmaster of the bays’ Foundation Commanding, From ANTIGUA:— Sarah Wambough, 2 Fee
4.2.50—2' | ber month. Phone 4476. School on Friday 17th February ut ¥ aM bados Regiment Mary Rousmaniere, Eva Larry. .. Mrs. Helen Krum, Mr wa
6.1.50—t.f.n | a.m. for examination Pr romergy apg hoe sea igh eee The Barbados 8 f d February 1950 From JAMAICA:— Mr. Thomas Leslie } .. Miss Helen Krum, =
. aie Application forms can be obtaine, y ae Club arfd Crane. Ph Issue No. 5 3r ebr’ were Vondy, Mr. George Adams, Mr. Jame: William Krum, Mrs, leanor Bri
BUNGALOW~-“‘Clariston’” situated a‘| from my office. ” 2.2.50—t.f.n. i aap Flint, Miss Gladys Ince. Hubert Brisley, |
Worthing 1 Avenue leading to Cora ;
Sands e ing spacious Verandahs WOOD GODDARD, Ss RAINING Passeniiers arriving yesterday from For ANTIGUA:— Mr, — : @
7 two ices, three Bedrooms, Drawing and Pavoohlal Tremmurer. ‘“ RIME”’ |. cas je at Regimental Headquarters at 1700 hours | Montreal were, Mr. and Mrs. W Mr. Sheldon Tilney, Mr.
let Truck, 1 Dodge Truck | Dining Rooms, Pantry out Offices. Gar Christ Church. | “SCENE OF THE C All ranks will parade at Reg drill parade in order | “eron, Mr. f. Challenor, Mr. David tin, | Mr. Frederick tdci ts
oF DP nt Morris, 32 jad | age. Dial 2490 5.2.50—3n 3.2.50—5n on Thursday, 9th Feb., 50. There will be a drill pa . ny Crammand, Mr and Mrs. ‘Charles Gar- shar Minddimnan:
Ce Marshall & Edwards at 7 a " . M's § apitiss e vi an q :
e 2.2.50—41 HOUSE let from 24th April for| THE BARBADOS YOUTH MOVEMEN eget fin cane Saiuciee trent, * “> to select personnel to form the Guard of Honour for Mr.’ Herbert Jarvis, Mr. and Mrs. For ST. KITTS:—~ Mn. Lig gm!
ersgepragrnenss ie ie sme” A desirable fully-furnished 13 years old (1937-1950) everything. With Van Johnson, Gloria H.R. Princess Alice to Barbados on the 7th March, 50.
19: 5 passenger sai residence my 2 minutes walk from | Headquarters: Tudor Bridge, St. Michael] 4. yaven, Arlene Dahl, Tom Drake etc i
in & mo Yacht Club. Drawing-room, dining room | Aims, Activities and Motto by Rev. L BE THERE WHEN IT HAPPENS. Now | 2. INSPECTION
tyre € 50-—6n 2 bedrooms. small study ete. All modern} Bruce Clarke, P.C/\L/P., B.W.M., E-M., Showing at ROXY THEATR THEATRE. iM be an inspection of shorts under Coy and Platoon |
31.1. 50—6r conveniences, garage, garden. No ehild- | B.C.D. =» laa te There w Pp 9th Feb., 50. e e
$$ | ren Dia 261 5.2,50—In Aims: To encourage uaetul citioane arrangements at the end of parade on Thursday, .
an V 1937 ars, ¢ and to improve e lives of the poor an : . . ction.
hing ; : unfortunate youths of Barbados. INSURED MOVING! ‘All ranks will bring their second pair of shorts for this inspe
img Ca I 1 Mo im * wd Jose eee Religious and general Coy Commanders are reminded that they should check the i
Vulcenizing Dept 47 oeb . 10W e. — ee —
Red Bird Garage §.2.50—1n PUBL SALES Music Singing, Mancioret ate ‘ form and equipment of those volunteers who have not attende' —
Motto: Lord help us lest we fa
“AR-Ford ‘ on view at Blythswood Rev. L. Bruce Clarke, Founder and Pres the previous kit inspections. ADY;
iat | Telephone lady Clarke 8105 == |Rev. J. B. Grant, L-Th., Director and 3. ORDERLY OFFICER & SERJEANT FOR WEEK ENDING | ERTISE sof
é 5.2.5 n Chaplain 7
f ——$—— UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER Mrs Olga Browne (General Secretary) 19th FEB., 50. -
‘ By recommendations of Lloyds Agents The Barhedes ‘Youth Movement. Orderly Officer .. Lieut. S. E. L. Johnson
: ELECTRICAL we will sell on Wednesday the 8th at ian ly Serjeant 214 Sjt. Clarke, A. H.
} - STRICAL, ACCESSORIES Hot | QU" Mart 17 High Street. 4 ladies’ Dress | ———-— e orneeg? | DON’T WORRY YOURSELF ANOUT Order’ TY >»
HLECTRICA Acouble, Food warmers, | f gundien Gem Cisare, 48 Fins PROFESSIONAL NOTICE we ae es oF ALL Next for duty rinut ‘tA. Comma B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNE
; ding lamps ¢ shades, COURTESY | Rac Water Softener, 5 W.C. Pans, 2 - - YOUR WORRIES Orderly Officer wieut, 1. 4. f ASSOCIATION (INC.)
RAGE. Dial 4391 31.1.50-6" | Pump Valves, und also if Bedsteads, 100] OR, FERREIRA of “Chiroville” Upper Personal Supervision Assured erjeant .. 216 Sjt. Storey, B. W. ae Ss aie
‘ an a an remnmnaiaimnncmmaenian T tt ; Orderly J Tel. 4047. 2nd Februs
a IN STOCK--Onan Petrol—Electric Gen | ing sfoctans, *Caaee dee eared cme: Bay St. (uear Esplanade) by Chiropractic Phone 3309 .
N re K lan ro “ achine, Lady's Shoes and ats a
er 12 Volt, 400 Watts, Cole & ¢ | other items,’ Sale 12.30 o'clock Terri: | method corrects diseases of eyes, ears, BARBADOS FURMEEURE BEMOVES - DISMISSALS--OTHER RANKS ,
FO caer RS pecs h. Branker, Trotman & On Auction- nose, throat, lungs, stomach, kidneys and 8. CODRINGTON, The Commanding Officer has approved the dismissal of the under-
- §,.250—2n * ov
lower organs. Dia! 2881. Britton'’s X Rd. 30.11 ,49--t.f.n f n-attendance at parades:
mentioned Other Ranks for no
Bi istead cor plete y is | UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER 245 Pte Haynes, L. ao Pte ae >
id hairs, all in , EB ECCT 9 ley E Ww. os aitt, °
Maho Phone 4272. alata ON TUFSDAY 7th by order of Mrs . . 308 Berke J a (
st Phat G- Dornellas, we vill sell her Furniture Write Direct or Airmail for Fatherly Advice—Free 381, Browne, Mf. O. ig ps maga
. — a ittle r t awrence Gap R : 4 :
¢S—Bight (8) Mahogany Chairs} which inctude xtension Dining Table 303 Cpl. Fenty, R. stc. ” . x ° °
Morris Suite $135, Side | Up Arm and Berbice Chairs 8 Pte Chase, G. C 280 ,, Sobers, C. A. onal tee
= Wardrobe | ¢ Mird Hat Stand. § ple 22 ie eg ana a 1 .
Pre D Tables from | x Gétice, Arm Chairs. anc 258 ,, Foster, W. 330 ,, Trotman, R. A,
$15, 1 ptt SrCi) Oe ora Merd-4 Cushio tr 251 Bowen, G. P. 241 ,, Lewis, C. S.
ee Gpen 8 am. to 12 Dally, | 1 bd cea dies 276 Howard, G. S. 359 ,, Goodman, R. S. SOUTHBOUND SAILS Sails Sails Arrives
5.2.50—3n I y ‘und Tip-Top Table oan ” eiarville, J. 357 ,, Brooks, C. C. NAME OF SHIP tare Halifax Boston Bidos
———$—$— $e | Sit y no Springs and bed ” i oe ae *
Bureau, P ¥ Table with Triple it. inson, V. N. 388 ,, Clarke, F.
LIVESTOCK Goat, just | Mixrors, Twin Radio Redsteads Simmon 381 Sjt. Rob : 307 Belle, S. CAN. CHALLENGER — 2ith Jan. —— 6th Feb,
GOAT: < Saanen-Alpine Goat, Jel! Springs and Beds, all in Mahog Blue 207 ,, Bourne, B. ” > LADY RODNEY a 8th Feb. 10th Feb. 19th Feb, |
kidde Mrs. H Painted Press and Dressing Table, Enam aes 243 Pte Alleyne, L. $21 ,, Medford, E. G. _ADY NELSON — 25th Feb. 27th Feb.
Sout! 3.2.50—4n | TOP Cupboard, Cabinet Perfection 0! e Rag He 3 ° 336 Grant, E. N. LADY RODNEY — 26th Mar. 27th Mar.
: 8,8. Stove, Three Burner with oven pttachec - 349 ,, Watson, C. G. ” ADY NELSON —— 12th Apr. 14th Apr.
oh te 1 Young halt-bred Mo! | 2 ferfest condition, Presser, Batesias 232 Hall, W. E. 320 ,, Moseley, G. A.
: I ESTOCK vara o Conte Kitehen Cabinet, Elec ot Plate ” Sails Arti
ae stein Heifer Calf Dam; Guernse y COW! Kettle & Tron San Lada ‘alent ats Ss nae a ! (Sgd.) M. L. D. SKEWES-COX, Major, NORTHBOUND jAirives Sails crive8.
giving 40 3 lik, Sire: Joe Sm of Love Birds and 2 pairs of Budgeregars 4 fi W utant,
nie Pure bred Prize Holstein Bull, | App" 4 | and other Rems, Sale 11,30 o'clock FIRST CHOOSE tart training for it NO er phew cave Regiment LADY NELSON 3rd Feb. _ 4th Feb, 14th Feb.
z ke A ke y Lodge ane a as : ° ar, Sth Mar. 15th Mar.
eS SR. Michae 4.2.60 Ter Cash. BRANKER. TROTMAN & YOUR CAREER There is still room at the top for the fully qualified NOTICE eee Per aiet Mar. 22nd Mar. “ie tau
——<$<—$<—$$$$<—__—_-—- nw | Co. Auctioneer 3.2,50-—21 ACCOUNTANCY man who is fitted for the job. YOU can be that vo ‘ a LADY RODNEY 17th Apr. 19th Apr. 20th Apr.
% WANICAL on man—successful, prosperous, with your future There will be a W.O’s & Sjts. Mess Meeting at 1930 hours 0n | Many NELSON 6th May &th May 18th May
er r } Tricycle n good ol ; ; ‘
TRICYCLE— ; . assured—by studying at home in your spare time, Saturday, 11th Feb., 50.
¥, ones ae CYCLE & ACCESSORIES—Hereult : 3 Bédrocm Bunsalow Type Real College. Distance makes no difference. aT lays respectively.
i dies, Gent You fence at Worthing Main Rd Right of CHEMISTRY days and Tuesdays : N.B.—Subject to change without notice. All vessels fitted with cold
1 pedals, brake rubbers| Way to Sea Modern Convenience IVIL SERVICE WE WILL HELP YOU TO br eee pectene nr arr ree annem eS em bers. Passenger Fares and freight rates on application t=
ex. @ r te Garagt Good Condition, about ft OMMERCIAL ¥
me eS Ge t for $10,006 ae 1 Sev Pro
| Going for 919.000. Large and Small Pro ACHIEVE YOUR AMBITION | BISHOP’S HIGH SCHOOL GARDINER AUSTIN & CO,, LTD.—
a) iCYCLES: Hercules Stiver King, ©") Bungalows and Elsewhere in Good Re Get your feet on the ladder of success TO-DAY.
"4. rms ail models, in, green ane in biaek | sidential Districts to Suit One and Al) Write to The Bennett College and learn how TOBAGO =
Fo Barnes & Co., a q even the Elite Contact D. F. de Abreu reached ” We
72 1) 400481 Bor Meaney Anything in Real £ thousands of people just like you have ‘
ae ne nee | the Only Man with Good Buys, the top with the right guidance. A well-paid Applications are invited for :— mn FOR INFORMATION CONCERNING YOUR |
Fancy Prices, Bluffing, Boosting or ‘ours—start this pleasant spare-time §- a eo FELIS
SCETLANEONS Boasting Dial 3111 or 271 Call a i oe is pi | (a) Classical Master (preferably honours degree) capa BAGGAGE AND HOUSEHOLD ER
go SPRING CART in A,1 condition | Olive Bough, Hastings, or Carter Bros atuey ; teaching Latin and English to Higher Certificate standard. C 1
ry SE eanabie fare, A. Willins Tudor St., Near Mason Hall St Di Mail DEPT 188 ble of teaching Chemistry, Physics anc onsuit
Row Cottage, St. George. aaa 2 50—11 rect ail to e (b) Science Master capable o g ; ,
:a ; HOUSE—One board end shingled house Biology up to Higher Certificate standard. SMITH G G
AMS: Iaisbon Yams, Price $3.00 per) three (3 le ne floc 20 x 12 a case
“ Se clivercd. Apply Manager, Neils,| Beckles Road,’ Bay Land, Apply t Salary in each For Packing
Dial 2307 4.2,50-n| N. S. Crichlow, Union Club, Ove $2,160 — $2,880 per annum. For Shippi
: ences | Fiidard's Restaurant §.2.50—In or ipping
ANTERNS Buy Bialadein’ .and| ——____ —ietertimiapra ETLY, B.A., Scarborough, Tobago
r a , Special I i ns and spare parts| LAN 23.877 square feet land at Tx Apply to Archdeacon F. J. STRE ' P 97.1 50) 12n For Insurance
from @. L. Rollock, Speightstown. Phone * Rock Hill, Christ Church, commanding of... delat, For Preference
91-41 4.2.00—3r ‘ eutiful view of the sea coast fron
oman NOR haan, es oe 2 ang ' gy x ed a Ear TereTerrTTOrTF i Representatives len oll the rincipal Ports of the
TIQUES of ery description. (las» licholls & Co oebuck S' ridgetow? anand ~ 5S -
sine oad Towels, ane Silver, Water- | Solicitor 30.60) SaaS SS $POSPO POSSI SS PSIG GSS ae RSS PHONE 3024 OUSE, JAMES
ty seni books Mave, Autographe. BURNHAM" BISHOP'S YURT ; 1}
8 Serge Ale eto. | gaara, ramos co CRT SEA VIEW GUEST IN AML, AXD MAPLE MANOR
eed Club se ie at _ Michael, standing on 25.175 square 1% BOX G For a , )
n 8. W eet of land *
a oe “ 5 ieee The house -ontains jrawing and HOUSE % Yes Sir! for Bigger and Better ARD) MOULD, GUEST HOUSE
EGGS—Rhode Island. Red and Barsed dining rooms with: covessl veranda} x Boxing come to the G ae mee, Opposite Hastings Rocks
Plymouth Rock exgs, out of good Bx hibi- and ual offices, two bedrooms with I. BOURNE,
tion and laying Stock, $3.00 per sitting) run water, one with dressing room








infertiles replaced. Phoge 2078. lL. N
Hutchinson, West Indian Rum Refinery

Tel.—3021.
Toilet and Bath upstairs. Two

rooms with toilet and bath,

Brighton's Sports Club For Sale — « THE



High Class Cuisine,



20.1 .50--2n room and workshop and garage Comfortable Beds. FAIRFIELD BLACK ROCK eee ee
Redan’ Fully Stocked Bar TUESDAY NIGHT FEB. 28th, 1950
AUTO ACCESSORIES Chamot ¥

nspection on application to Mr
athers, dust cloths, Waxes and Polishe . b








When KID RALPH meets
*‘ BONNIE BLACKMAN

° t 8.30 p.m. cres in P
ister. Dial-3472 RATES : A Purse will be «given of $700.00 sec i
k locks (U.S.' and English, Cars will be set up to public $5.00 per day up * “Winner $400.00, Loser $300.00 luded locality only 2 miles from town. @
cs) : s the office of the under
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figure for early sale.

DIXON & B

Real Estate Agents—Auctioneers—Survey ols

NOTICE

the 17th day of Feb-
at 2 p.m

(inclusive)



ARAGE EQUIPMENT-—-BPCO Trolle
ets (1% to 10 tons), Blow Torche
x bers, Pliers, screwdrivers, open ? :
end “and “Socket wrenches. Dial 4391 CARRING’ LUC AS STREET
Courtesy Garage 31.1.50—6n
1.2.50--8n.
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GARDEN HOSE—\% in,, 5/8 in. an



Hastings, Barbados



KID RALPH
Middleweight Champion, 155 Ibs.





vs.
BONNIE BLACKMAN
No. 1 Middleweight Contender
156 ips.

Readers and Subscribers to the BARBADOS




OLD WORLD ESTATE HOME with 2 a

ef Snecial low prices. Dial 4991 20 Barbados Shipping & Trading Shares 10 Rounds 10 ADVOCATE daily and Evening Advocate News- Phone 4640 ote
ee ae . Pockee wee 31.1 .50——6r Cum Di : The &bove will be set Featherweight Championship
ourte sare :



public competition a Contest
S BELFIELD KID No. | Contender
128 Ibs

vs
AL CARRINGTON
No. 1 Contender 128 Ibs
8 Rounds 8
SAM KENG Amateur FPeather-
weight Champion B'dos 128 Ibs



Te ne i aad * l ir . treet, Bridgetown, o
STOVES F vee ane ne. i ee W ednesday 8th February at 2 p.n
Courtesy Garage 438 G. L. W. CLARKE & CO,
—_—— nn Solicitors
FITTINGS—Galvantsed pipe, All sorts 4.2.50—4
from % In, to Me ins. Phone 4684 a
A. Barnes & Co. L BY public competition at our Office
3.12.49—t.f.n James Street on Friday the 10th Feb-

ee at muery 1660 at @ p.m. “MALTA” af

apers in Crab Hill, Spring Hall and surrounding
Sistricts 4 in St. Lucy are asked to note that we have
appointed Mr. S. G. Marshall, Spring Hall. St. Lucy

as our distributing Agent.

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WHOLE BRICKS—In good condition! Cattiewash Saint Josepn containing 3 GUNBOAT WILTSHIRE . i i “rub”
$9.00 per hundred arty Auto Tyr] pedrooms. The dealing souks to i ¥ No. 2 Contender 128 Ibs, Dial 2823, We are expecting you to give us a good
Gp. Trafalgar St. Phone 20m on furnished. | Water & clectric service mn- Aidietestons’ Teta: ie Nevertheless we are Confident as to the

wee - stalled nspection on application to Cire be.: = 4
——- rns 7 qo | the premises. For further particulars Cust ithe EAMaPtrT ond ADVOCATE CO., LTD. the same as We are Sure that
on yo e an 30x 5 60 x 10; 800 x Je | *PPIY to HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD san FOOT -
700 x 2 q . 5, ‘ " n . . . :
ash x 18: 400 © 18; 450 x 17° BOO » iF . ‘ $1,1.20-~106 Circulation Dept.
380 x 19. Auto Tyre Co. Trafslear St “LITTLE BATALLYS St aa
20, 1-0-4.2.» Charming small country house standing ” : . ‘ %
GALVANIZED SHEETS—Rest Grad |" approximately 1 acre. This property 54” wide in 2 qualities

(With the Distinctive Flavour)
ag the Outstanding Blend in this Island: 77

Was re-designed by its architect owne
ML. e ) ct owner
ee ae hi bi Bn on and contains 3 receptio: ~droon 2

1 ~ baths and toilets, kitchen, laundry, de-
Din} 4684, 4476 13.1.50—t f+ tached servants’ quarters and garage



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GERBEDOM PROM FIRE tnct tg? | 24s", ahe faunas Right of way to sen oa te and what is }

0 afe DIXON & BLADON, Real Estate s SONS
combination lock: Suitable for office © | Auctioneers & ae eel E ine Lewes bett than mS) JOHN D. TAYLOR «& ih
aarp Secure your records. Contact| Buiding, Phone 4640 5250-1 er x ; oe

. 8. BRYDEN & SONS (R'dos) “, seenatatpataiet bard ote este 2) insti ate © S|

13.1249— Tue., Fri., Sun., ‘ \MERICAN TYPE. BUNGALOW-Navy e YS | "SESSSOSSOOS99SS99SSS OF ence
SSE UGRESTOS GHEETS DOT | SANE? years old with large lounge: . - SSOSSEISSIOGSSSSSOS-4 7
tot ene, = a HAM uicen) 3}

i. sets Everite Ridge Caps D : beds erae oven asta elle ts vues and x x
Yaylor Ltd.,.Coleridge Street tat aie boards), 2 ‘bathrooms, . lange ieitehen, % | NOTICE :
2 2.50 pantry, enaeeS servants’ meatier, Lares with } {
4 arage ouble entrance t vat
NS, POR © DPE STS | pled sarden. “High ‘ecqnmended $1.26 |
jolesale & Retail sg . om every aspect. DIXON & BNLADON, e T T Y |
a 2.50 R teal Estate Agents, Auctioneers & Sur- CAN ADIAN EGGS % 1
eee so ee 5 Plantations Building, Phone 4640 x FLOW
v $26 7 : wm
School and play. Royal Store, deviate Per Yard *| We beg to notify our customers that
ee ed al ines ie isn H THE MOORINGS Marine Gardens, Cans ns Ties fin's 2 2 rs > o
iomree s : Y Delightful up-to-date resi 24's an s >|
nine” TENS & BOWS PRUAMAS fyip 8.3 payan | ear tone 00" Bastings “Meche and * But.... APRICOTS 2%'s. R18 BAGS are once more on sale and may *
te ha ‘ tc oc an ” XI
‘ S beds PEACHES 214’s. S19 ip
55 a ei Sa, T | SACROOL 3] : Steawornnies 2. i on
I i rvat ; | ss 21x . mae < ur Head
KI : Ne half M : HANI S : NOU j CRUSHED PINEAPELE 2's x * tained at any time from 0
cI : § ~ . y _ . , SLICED ¥ es E vi
DIX ) « BLA ON, Rea rs at ‘ 0! Q ERS | * GRAPEFRUIT HEARTS 2's x % Country Road
“GRASS WTAE cone, Royal] oes Beds Phone wT UR ec. Wan. Bry. St, Dinh 2400. PAIN! = 3/3 SYNE ARTHUR & C0 $3 ——
3.2. 50-14 i. P . : Ue ie
| “GHATTEL HOUSE suse w Rockies | Mp Society Store 53 Swan St Sacrool on Sale . 3 a CHIVERS JAM 3)
New Road, Christ Bombay House, Lucas St. Everywhere %} TD. x13
i Q Verandah ; fi Gandhi Store, 42 Swan St. ¢ KNIGHTS DRUG sie High Street S18
E ‘ ; x STORES ei R ‘ 36c. Each. y'3
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ST. LEONARDS

sunday Feb. Sth Septuagesima

Holy Baptisms;

guNDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1950

hool; 4.00 p.m. Chil-

9 a.m. Choral

Worke

ncession

| Per cent. to 40 per cent., on



rs B.C.

—-—————-—-—— (Barbados Advocate cy rresponden:)
AB * : ! $
ey H | GEORGETOWN, B. G. (By Mail).
An increase in sugar workers
| cost of

living bonus from 334

2

week's holiday with pay for each

crop period (Spring and Au

tumn), and additional payment of

for each ton of cane cut and load
ed by him on’Saturdays and Mon

made to workers by the

20 cents per ton to each worker

p.m, Evensong and} days, are among the concessions

B.G.
Sugar Producers’ Association at

a conference yesterda ri e-
$90 a.m. mon. 11 a.m. Matins : Y with re
hale io Neng Evensong and Sermon| Presentatives of the Man-Powcr
Sermons 7 Pe se ean oe Citizens’ Association and the

“ : 9. .m. *
12 am. ey Sermon: 3 p.m. Sunday | B. G. Workers’ League, the two























and Sermon. Preacher: Rev

METHODIST
JAMES STREET
Rev. Emest Griffin (Holy Com

\
iam. Rev. Ernest

7 pm.
iment SVR YNES BAY

930 a.m. i : :
union), 7 P.M. Mr, J. T. Oxley

1 me HITE HALL

93am. Mr. Harper. 7

alls GILL MEMORIAL
Harvest Festival

p.m. Mr,

p.m, Solemn Baptism; 7 p.m.

Griffin. |
Communion. Womens’ League En-

Rev. 8S. T. Payne (Holy Com- |

Me

industry.

It is estimated th
the industry
will amount in
proximately $1,200,000.

of these proposal

ference between representative
the

S ¢

issued: —

Trade Unions recognised by the

at the cost to

Ss

a full year to ap-

At the conclusion of the con-

r

Unicns and the Producers’
Association which lasted 434
hours. 3

The following statement was

SS tam. Mr. F. D. Roach; 3 p.m Special It has been agreed that the
- Sunda) School Service; 7 p.m rr F existing cost of living kbuins | ie
Fi HOLETOWN | Increased frora 334 per cent. to
pam am Mr. W. St. Hill: 7 p.m. Mr.|40 per cent. with effect as from
pp Se BANK HALL vanuary 1, 1950, (b) that every
Sguam. Mr. F. Moore; 7 p.m, Mr. G. | worker whg works for 75 per cent.
pace SPEIGHTSTOWN of the number of days’ work

am. Mr, Bannister; 7 p.m. Rev. F,|@vailable in each of the two



































, (Holy Communion)
§T, LUCY CHURCHES
4 y. F. Lawrence.
me BETHEL
am, end 7 p.m. on
Comm: jon after each servicé.
F — DALKEITH

© gam. Rev. B. Crosby (‘Holy Commun-

b .m, Mr. H. Grant
BELMONT

© jam. Mr. Johny Hoad; 7 p.m. Mr. G.

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em, Mr. A. St. Hill; 7 p.m. Miss E.

PROVIDENCE
Tam. Mr. C. Best; 7 p.m, Mr.

VAUXHALL
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m. Mr. G. Harris; 3.30 p.m. Song
; 1pm. Mr. J. A. Griffith,

MORAVIAN
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» ila.m, Service followed by oly Com-

punion; 7 p.m. Preacher: Rev, S. Brewer

GRACE HILL

Ham. Mr. W. Hayde; 7

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: HARVEST FESTIVAL.

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4 Mr. Smith,
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Lam. Mr. G. C. Lewis; 7 p.m. Mr.

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- Sunday, Feby. 5, 1950.

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vs 8 pm. A Service which
‘estimonies of Christian Science

SALVATION ARMY
BRIDGETOWN CENTRAL
fo Major & Mrs. Marshall Smith
jam. Holiness Meeting; 3 p.m. Com-
iy . 7 p.m. Salvation Meeting.
w: Major M. Smith.
WELLINGTON STRERT
}4m. Holiness Meeting; 3 p.m. Com-
ing. 7 p.m. Salvation Meeting.
et; Senior Major T. Gibbs.
SPEIGHTSTOWN
im. Holiness Meeting; 3 p.m, Com-
Meeting. 7 p.m. Salvation Meeting.
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Ham, Holiness Meeting; 3 p.m. Com-
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: Corps Cadet Guardian Benja-

FOUR ROADS
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; 7 p.m, Salvation Meeting.
t Lieutenant Hinds.

3 p.m. Com-

lenant
SEA VIEW

my Mecting, 7 p,m. Salvation M
: Lieutenant K. Gibbons,

BARBADOS Y.M.C.A.
Announcements For Week Ending
ith February ,

Sth 4.45 p.m.—
Sbeker: Mr. D. M ck; Subject
Followed by d on.
ith 4.00 p.m. Lawn Tennis; 4.30
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r Rev, S. Brewer; 9.20 p.m,
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Subject and Leader will be
later.

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am, Mr, T, Barker p.m. Pro- |
me by Sunday School; 7 p.m. Mr.
Lewis.

MONTGOMERY, CAVE HILL

after hour, coughing
for breath? When attacks of
from getting a good

simple way to ensure undisturbed
E Ning one Ephazone tablet. By dis-

tubes Ephazone does much to

is swallow one small Ephazone
healing work begins

t worry you for long) if you take

In cases of
and Bronchial Catarrh,

old by ail registered chemists.
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crop periods on each estate shall

; pay for each crop’ period,

The holiday remuneration shall
| be one week’s wages (based on
the worker's





average weekly
earnings during the crop) plus a
bonus of 25 per cent, of such
wages.

(ec) That an additional paymen:
; of 20 cents per ton shall be paid
to each worker for each ton ot
cane cut and loaded by him on
Saturdays and Mondays, provided
‘he has worked at cutting and
| loading On the Friday and one
other day of the week,

} The Details

i
| With regards to items b and c
| above, a small sub-committee was
| appointed to work out the details
of the application of these two
proposals which were introduced
/as a result of the conference re-

-| cognising the importance of more

; regular and continuous working
of the factories, and thereby in-
| creasing productivity of the indus-
j try. This Sub-Committee will
|Teport to the S. P. A. and the
Unions in time to allow these pro-
posals to come into operation from
and including February 13, 195°).

During discussion it was brought
out that in British Guiana the per
; ton increase which the U. K. Min-
|istry of Food has agreed to pay
only applies to ‘sugar exported in
1950, and does not apply to the
‘15,000 tons per annum of sugor
consumed locally, which is so.d
in British Guiana at considerably
| less than the export price, and at
, prices lower than those in adja-
| cent British Colonies in the West
Indies.

—(C.N.S.)



Carib Tourism
Funds Paid

|

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Feb. 1

Haim. Holiness Meeting; 3 p.m, Com- |

The Government of Puerto Rico
has paid its contribution of $6,009
U.S. to the funds of the Caribbean
Interim Tourism Committee, Mr.
Wilson Minshall, Chairman of the
CITC told the Press. This brings
to seven the number of govern-
ments which are participating and
which have already paid up their
first contributions. The others are
the governments of the Domini-
|can Republic, the Leeward Islands
the Virgin Islands of the United
States, Trinidad and Tobago,
Grenada, and St. Lucia.



Study Caribbeart
In Silence

HAVANA, Cuba, Feb, 4.
The Commission for the organi-
}sation of American States investi-
gating the Caribbean situation to-
day had no comment for the press.
This morning they called on tha
Minister of State, Carlos Hevia,
and later met with Hevia and the
Cuban’ representative to the
O.A.S., Gonzalo Guell, and other
officials.of the Ministry of State.
The Yaban officials had no com-
ment other than the reiteration of
Hevia’s statement, that Commis-
sioners will carry out whatever
investigation they may desire.—

—Reuter.





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Courses
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LONDON, (By Mai.)

The British Council 1959 pro-
gramme of short courses and
summer schools in Great Britain

Hondurans Send
Another Memorial To

King And Council
“God Bless America”—They Sing

Barbados Advocate Correspondent

from overseas territories are ex-



the local Government: “that the unemployed list of the

PAGE THIRTEEN

cious Majesty and honor
members of the Privy Cou
upd request you to de everyt
im your power to

(1) .bring about restoration
our dollar to the waaitionul
ity with the United States couuc:

(2) discontinue at_once all
deavours to federate our cou.
intO an unpopular prop,
political federation of the Bi.
West Indies.

The people consider themselvo;





tive Council,

5 , in BELIZE. Feb. 4. part and parcel cf Centra! «in

is now . i.

cbeaetinae in elreet ee x Thousands of Hundurans from every town, village and cdhag. shaniiate py z 8

World. It contains 48 new courses S€ttlement.of British Honduras last night presented Gov- asthe a oe

to be held in more than 24 cen- ernor Ronald Garvey with a second memorial to the King (ds wierove: the’: Ceveracr s:

ues in England and Scotland and and Privy Council demanding restoration of the British reserve power {rom our consi a= | :

M pov: between March ana Honduras dollar to its former parity with the United tion wend give us AL unotin M '
ovember, States dollar and this time presented also a demand from elecied majority. in the Leg: °
More iban 1,000 specialists Get the tire that’s on

Colony be reduced by 2,000 within a
to be arranged between the General W
Peon

pected to take part in the courses
which will average from two to
three weeks each, Individual fees

ie’s Committee and the Government in order to avert
range from £16 to £35 exclusive

reasonably quick time
orkers Union, The

stvong measures which might be necessary to bring relief

Give Assistance

the new models!

}
|
(4) Give and encourage aa}
Siving of adequate and etiect.\~}
:

of fares to and from Great to our suffering people.” unancial and technical aid in ‘
Britain. “At Battlefield Square, demon4 malnutrition, slums, impoverishea eter to promote and achic, Get bigger, softer S
Among the new ventures are strators hanged an effigy of Brit+ homes and other social evils) were ©*nomic and social deve'opme:..| Cueshe 't P were
courses on “Broadcasting for ish imperialism. Said Hon. caused by— and Progress of this country. | Uaioe tires. They tin on. ae
Schools” (London April 1 to 16); Johnny Smith “there are few of (a) Colonial exploitation thai Untl these foregoing - requess | ibs. of.air pressure—will make
“Development of the appreci- them still scattered throushcut rapped and. continues 30 tp the Sacer “cans Temas: toeeinn sha your car ride more softly than
ation of the rts” the world, fortunately we have Wealth of our country and left it 1 rs - ort | , :
tabi oe wie calms oaes ’ impoverished and destitute oe oreue Se seethe wes wf you ever anne pigeons
September 25 to October 14); While bands played a solemn _ (b) Imperial preferential tariffs Reuiihidn hak tbo il Super-Cushions’ greater
“Dairy Technology” (Reading dead march, demonstrators pre- imposed by legislation in 1932 as a ner < “ Z a = S ienie tty road contact area will make it
and London July 11 to 25); ceded by the effigy on a truck consequence of the Ottawa Con- misery, hare hi eng geen safer—on turns, and in starting
“Research in Pomology” (East then marched at funeral pace to ‘rence which created immediate- See ae eee eatery ;

ly a 20 per cent deficit in our
budget and xecurring for years
prepared the way for the imposi-
tion of the Governor's reserve
power in our constitution.

(c) Control of our finances and
other vital issues by the Imperial
Government through the Gover-
nor’s reserve ‘power ,

Imperial and local government
have shown a callous attitude .o
great and crying needs and dis-
tress of our poor, suffering,
homeless, undernourished people.
So long as government officials
have power to determine and
cecide on expenditures, the elect-

Malling Research Station, near Government House. Glittering
Maidstone, March 21 to 31); lanterns and torches, blue and
and “An Experiment in Social White Baymen flags and flags ct
Analysis” which will take place the United States, Mexico, Span-
in a working class district in ish Honduras and Guatemala
East London and in the county Plus numerous banners and slog+
town of Lewes (June 4 to 25), ans from people of Belize, Corozal,
Orange Walk, Cayo, Stann Greek,
Monkey River and Punta Gorda
presented an impressive sight
Subjects included in last vear’s down the whole length of Regent
programme which have merited Street leading to Government
inclusion this time are “Safety at House,
Sea” (London and Liverpcoi, The People’s Committee leader,
April 18 to May 4); “Forestry”? Hon, Johnny Smith, member Har-
(Aberceen, September 11 to 23); old Goff and the General Work-
“The British Commonwealth of &’s Union General Secretary, re-

Increase

representatives the le
Nations” (Oxford, July 17 to cent delegate to the Free Worid ime daoetead of all aun oe ake
August 4) and “the Nursing Labour Congress in London fol- pendiures and are unable to bal-

Profession” (Edinburgh, June 22 lowed by the local and foreign
to July 6.) press entered alone to present ihg ;
In view of the fact that many Memorial. Devaluation by command is a
applicants” were disappointed last Demonstrators then continued damage to the raw material of
year, the British Council has de- through the town singing “Cod the country and has served only
cided to increase the number of Bless America.” to intensify ‘he serious and ap-
places available to teachers. Heeding the appeal of the Grand palling hardship of our people.
A limited number of study tours Marshal E. A. Broaster, the peo- While people are intensely con-
will also be arranged, if requested, Pl¢ co-operated with special Mar- scious that outside investment is
for groups of between five and Shals wearing red armbands to vital and necessary for develop-
15 peopi@ Studying one particu- keep the demonstration more or- ment, they have great distrust of
lar subject : derly than the January sixth the Colonial Development Cor-
7 march though Friday’s demon- joration, They fear that C.D.C. is

— . stration was much Jarger, again coming into the fleld for the

purpose of economic exploitation
Atom Secrets because C.D.C.have declared its
Leakage Being

ance the Government's budget.

God Bless America
policy not to pay higher wages

At the U.S. Consul um Gapourel tnan these existing after devalua-

a eee stadt a tion and the low sub-human wages

3less merica” repeatedly a: Ria be Gaver t tolabant,

Investi ated called for the U.S. Consul who P#!¢ by Government to labou
8 posed for photographs with the

C.D.C. Must Leave

A resolution was unanimously
passed to-night by the people
that C.D.C. does not have their
goodwill or cooperation anu
therefore C.D.C. should be re-
quested to discontinue all further

People’s Committee leaders shak-

WAESINGTAR, Fin ‘ ing hands with Honouratle

Lieutenant-General Leslie Johnny Smith
Groves, wartime heaq of the . . ‘
United States Atomic Energy pro- . The memorial to the King in-
ject, appeared before a closed forms His Majesty of the ened
session of the joint House-Senate none ba ae enous. DOs
Atomic Energy Committee here forwarded a ; ‘Sar i y ‘der
to-day. stand is under the sole consider

He was summoned to testify,
following yesterday’s appearance
in court in London of Dr. Klaus
Fuchs on charges of betraying
Atomic Research secrets.

On his way into the Com-
mittee, General Groves told re-
porters that the United States
Government had accepted the
British clearance of Dr. Fuchs,
who came to United States as a
member of a British scient.fic
team in December 1944,

ation of Creech Jones and demand | @¢tivities here and to leave our
i

We approach

the restoration of the B.H. dollar Your most Gre-

and establishment of a_ proper
curreney controls to prevent “an-
other run on our banks.”

The memorial continues: “We
give our earnest assurance of our
loyalty to high ideals and prin-
ciples of a democratic govern-
ment embodied in the United Na-
tions charter.

In the year 1950 of Our Lord
when all nations of the Americas
of which we are a continental part
are advancing towards economic
and social betterment the

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determined and resolute to do}
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are very anxious for our ackno }

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January sixth addressed to
Majesty. A second
you is channelled through lis
Excellency the Governor from
the people of British Hondu:
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well to claim five of the wicket: bes be fatal to cag ier ag a % x a—————— ==
for 144 runs = , “we ons stars weet Delica Band Concert ¢ |
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Vinston Place and Alley put 17° “ js in—his lordship is ex ting ou———” yoinpster. It is not in accordance % clice ban once % For Ladies
separa Spage Pogees8 Sa Come right in s lordship pec y with British character nor with |Â¥% oa Yl
uns ior the first wicket, Laver tondon @rpress Service vitn —§ : el % AT THE y
Place and Worrell, the West In- the grim facts of our = France % %
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ian batsman, added 108 in 17 ars cht a Feotball a self-supporting country $ DRILL HALL 1 i h re |
minutes for the third wicket, be- Whose Child | eotba A woman, who tried to inter- | % eis an wno a 4
. i ae a Saale sees rupt Mr Winston, Coen ot * ere > F
EW OW IGE. 57+ & eee . : » question about King Leo . 8th FES. Y¥ o ge |
n short of what would have been * a typ 7 at at tee rhile Britain’s | % WEDNESDAY, wd 9 | nkin of ah
r e e the Belgians, wi ‘ *% : % | 7
‘rst century of the tour. } former Premier was cooere % By kind permission of the x | i ms
eee had been missed in the © . a avy. was ejected from the | ¥ Be ila i . a qe
lips when 11 and again when 43 ROME, Feb., 4. 3.) Victor ert today, 8.9 % Commissioner of Police % | 4 5
Hit six fours. Film siar, ingra SBergman “Churchill nad to stop in the 3 and under the direction of > | Travelling &
In the next over, Gupte helc tner of a two-day-old boy, ~ddle of his speech, when the | % Capt. C. E. RAISON, x F
Worrell leg before, the West In- ‘cid oificials at here clinic today ‘ ST. KITTS, Feb. 4. . ~ whe had brought a chair % . Aan 31 | SKINS Bi
St asta ay | iad i he de a t st - etae sare “for al The final game of Inter-presi- voman, who tat Rs a ees & A.R.C.M. | | DOE SKINS b
n having hit 8 fours in a stz t shé woulda stay tnere “for i dential Sports. took lace at 2nd was sitting in the centre aisle |% X ‘i
ae month if necessary” to escape a| Genti@l DOr is afternoon wher :aid, “I want to ask one question” |% Don't Miss this Enjoyable % HARRIS a
Lamtert's 59 took only 74 min- ©.s:eging army of photographers! arner : Sanaa footbal: *" Churchill said, “I think it wil * ae) 4
nies and included one six and 1.4 na journalists. Montserra Ki p we th 4: of he better if you wait and have ar % VARIZETY PROGRAMME yy} TWEEDS
four’, A special Police guard at the| against yo rt t on Sie ty epportunity of addressing the | % ; si
Lambert and Dawkes put on 73 Villa Margherita Clinic today = a Kitts kamal y Peis! meeting later yourself. g In Aid of the $ | HOMESPUN»
eee a , ee 4 jn 37 minutes for the ninth wica« kept reporters from getting near! ? . ; " ‘ Loud protests came from the | : *
end then Livingston went i: os tuaury sune In Waica un| goal. In ae os =, yea audience. The woman, who was $s B.R.A’s BISLEY FUND ‘ for costume
W. PLACE, ‘This was a radical change of bat- ©wedish Actress and her baby are | serrat scored ene, St. S two. J now held firmly by her arm by | oes ¥| wear
ting order which Livingston made iiss Bergman, who in the past | . . we ree to on stewards, continued to address the \
-- to give his batsmen some valuable ccmplained of “Press Persecu-| St. Kitts won Wares : 10 ati She referred several |% ADMISSION 1/6 y PLAID
gl , The winner of the football tour- meeting. = é ‘
’ batting practice in preparation tion,” has dodged cameras ana) | vont will be decided on goal times to Belgian's provisionally eh Gabe ieew Tay Mee SPUNS ¥
B i Pla ers for the fifth ‘unofficial’ Test which tolebooks ever since she arrived | ceeuae The Antigua and Mont- exiled King. X Tickets on Sa vei ay %
° © y starts in Madars on February 17 1 Rome last summer. | serrat teams will leave for the: —Teuter. % at Roberts & Co., Stationery, ¥ for Skirts 4
> . Gupte, a young Bombay Col- Italian Film Director, Robertc) | (nes i M.V. Caribbee tomor- * High Street ¢ j
, ss , everly 4 Roesellit “the ‘ ¢ 1omes Vy Mey. ‘A : $.666.60066600600°8" = , 5
At t ractice lege iit uowsng clever y and : ese] isl, the man I seve anc] ow morning at 6 o’clcc.—(C.P) SPOPODPIOV OVO POP IOFOTO x a af | IMITATION ALL WOOL
well, deserved his 5 wickets for will marry,” spent several hours . % SOOOCOOOL POOLE \ ‘ TRAVEL TT eae
144 in 31 overs. In one spell of 24 with Miss, Bergman an¢ |; % RAYA] BARB \DOS CAMEL HAIR ELLING RUGS
Skipper George eae = overs after lunch, he took 4 fur ber child | x RYIAL BANDE T aD t Toed a
B. H. Pairaudeau showed specta~ (7, —Reuter. ‘fe too is living in the clinic | , % VAC) ’ \ See our Tweed Department To-day. i
1 terday a at -~nf ») avoid waiting Scaehahets, NOTICE 4 VACHT CLUB 1
: i Or that they are fnd~ - — ni It was reported today Miss | $ ; {1} i
: ‘Srila seats ere Dorgman was making “rapid pro- ee rene gr x FLANNEL DANCE Sa St capswne —
msteh which starts on ursday Vi R a. ress.”’ : > \ i
February 9 l ew ecor s The little boy, tentatively named 1 BEG to notify our Cus- | wo on Bi) Sunday, February 5, 150 :
Both batsmen were getting Roberto, will be christened as a bt at Wednesday, 8th February, LOCAL PRESENTATIONS {|
bind tty Ul Se ee Set At B EK Roman Catholic, on Rossellini’s tomers... and, the Geners reed ; 7.15— 7.20 Chapel by the Sid .
pe ( cho — to an ® - insistence Public that the Grocery (For ees their ee cae ae ia i a
( ! g on defence. € If Miss Bergman holds true to y 4 riends 3 7.30— 8.00 Music for Suid ‘.
h balls he played her plan to stay ra month ¢ t he epartment of McDonald In honour of Captain H. 8.30~ 9.00 Much Binding i 10, 11, 12 & 13, BROAD STREET .
5 I ) ith at t Depar | . . ~ the Marsh }
2 and drove with force stick: nehead Ef tne eaeeek tae § Stokes, CB, DSC. RN, sank a ee, ah |
precision when the occasion 11 : E cays, the baby will probably be Sealy, Roebuck Street, will 1% the Officers and Cadets of 9.20—11.00 Closed are "4
AUCKLAND, New Zealand, Givlatenad in the Wihas. aaa idinaie x H.M.S. ‘“Devonshire’”’. 11 .00—12.00 ts a !
: ae ori é ren: 2nHe siness Q ener . ames St. Method
Rok Christiani who is con- ¢ Feb. 4, herita’s small Roman Catholic be re-opened to bus 1% Dancing: Shureh w
idered the best batsman of the Miss Marjorie Jackson, Aus- chapel, already filled with fr Tuesday, 7th February, 1% 8.00 p.m. to 12.00 p.m. 12.30— 1,00 London Studi> C> = _oeeaeaeeSaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoooooooom
team seemed comfortable when tralia’s 18 year old sprinter twice ;Jadiolas carnations and roses} nO ar , | ADMISSION . 3/- Lobe 1.48 See i: Mamata. ’
Gaskin tested him with the new equalled Mrs. Fanny Blankers {rom admirers. ill 1950. '% By Order of, Se 2th Seine toe Warn
which he moved quickly to Koen’s official 100 yards record of A :trangationtic - bettie for the SEALY g THE COMMITTEE OF 6 00— 6 30 Bringing Christ to
} aan “ dine bo . ‘ P - | . AL. SEALY, MANAG qr the Nation
les Eee 10.8 seconds dur Ing the opening child’s custody loomed mean- | McDONALD * % “ Mm ANAGEMEN r, 6 30— 6 40 Caribbean. Review ’
Orn nally he got one on the day of the British Empire Games while, following the announce- | Per M. E. R. BOURNE, s Tr. BRUCE LEWIS, % & 40— 7.00 Request Time
pad while trying to cover up on here nent by Dr. Peter Lindstrc | Proprietor. 1% Manager & Secretary % 7.45— 8.15 ¥ endon Studio Me
cket that was a bit soft. Olympic runnerup Duncan Ingrid’s husband, that he would | « > 8 15 Py iene i .
unas d : ? A s Sbé ’ é | BOO Oe *. 15— 8.30 Ballerd Tim? pre-
If the weather is fine the team White, of Ceylon, bettered by 10i1 want the baby, if Miss Bergman’s| POPPE PSPSPS PF FSPD e sented by Pond’'s
l) practise to-day of a second the 440 yards hurdles divorce action against him goes} See oes to seek Mews Port 3. 3
hii gene games record in winning his he: through. |
» ta Ne * in 52.8 seconds. J. Loaring, ot! Informed sources here _ said} ate 2p
I ublic Not Admitted Canada, set the previous mark }) ‘hat legally the boy’s future wil} Pete ed a Sh ea ‘ail
1938 be decided in the divorce actior Anthology —_ 8.°5—8.30 a.m
beer informed that John Winter, of Australia, fo! w in progress. But, Rossellini nahh a came peepee in
the public will not be admitted jowed up his Olympic success by too, is anxious to keep the baby| Reio Neworsal 37
to-Kensing ton Oval to watch the winning the high jump with six when he marries Miss Bergman,| Music Ma arine 9 15—2.20 p.m
Gui mese = prac ae The ground feet 6 inches beating the games re- —Reuter. | Seraprook tot ee i ae
x do: : se avon lane sa i cord of six feet five and one eighth “rw ({ Pavilion Pi-vers 4.15-—4.20 ».m
t for the first Test agains ‘4 dnches established by E. Tnack« ’ * {{ Sunéay Half Hour & Eni'rgue ;
which begins on Thursday,9. ff South Africa in 1938 Squeezing The eee : waa pm di 1 ‘
Australia and New Zealat 745 0m For the first time in a long

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Empire sugar the sugi. |
YPool here to-night. A capacity beet will be possible with a pro- |

tcrowd of 5,000 people saw Aus- cess of treating former waste







ea tralia establish yet another Em- developed at the Massachusetis |
th i eet ae eee — pire Games record when her 4 Institute of Technology, U.S.A
the | a ane Action to eeort women swimmers won the 440 The treatment increases th:
he eason late ‘in the month, yards relay in 4 mins, 44.9 sees. yleld of sugar from every to:
sad basi Comaaiieion for The previous record was Can- Of beet by about four pounc: |

will start at the Y.M.C.A, on ada’s four minutes 48.3 secs in while water consumption by ai

e : aka SBC ak Sach 1938 New Zealand were second e 320 gallons. In the US
eams will be 3 a side, and games and England third a alon 1% could save more than
est of ets each. The following New Zealand Wins 880 manage’ Hi paid ee ‘a 1.
pe Ledathel’ in date dat New Zealand took the Me: Ww uld also eliminate a source
he Triseceah eheles 880 yds. Fresh-style Relay in 9 eam pollution which annually!
ision Il: ¥.M.C.A.. Everton, ™® 27.7 secs. Australia was sec- involves about 3,000,000 gallor:: |

Pelican, Y.MP.C.. Carlton, ond and England third. of waste water.

Division II: Y.M.P.C.. Everton, Australia and New Zealand also A very small amount of chlo-
Barl Y MP. Carlton, Sham- dominated the Women 110 yd rine is dissolved in the’ mill's

ck, Brooklyn, Abbey Marines Fresh-style and the Mens 1650 process waste water, This de-

chiseiibianniepeintiipntiet yards Fresh-style. Majori Quade, stroys bacteria and acts chemi-
15 year old Australian, estab- cally to ensure rapid separation
ar : shad tished a new Empire games re of the non-sugar impurities

Rain W ashe 5 Out cord by winning her 110 yd he small concentration a” val-

: rye heat in 69.4 secs. In another hea‘ wuable sugar that remains i €

Play In ] rinidad Winifred Griffin 17 of Aucklan”| water can be recovered, cans a

7 ‘ ’ equalled the old games record c! | chlorine-treated water may be
PORT OF -REAIM, Feb 70.1 secs. — re-used for sugar extraction in

Rains last night pi. grey piel a _ First three in the four finals stead of being discharged a
the second time washed out. play eee sony ware; eee Part eee
in the second Trinidad—Jamaica — iv
z t, — opened here last 1. J. Treloar (Australia) ai J }

nhursday 9 . Sruichy A, liq

The grounds at Queen’s Park 3 » er, ee The Weather
were completely sodden, preclud- 94 oganna,x ; ee @ mm i
ings an; a ibility of as even ait, RTOS . ; TODAY
to-morrow, as has been suggested Womens’ 100 yards: Sun Rises; 6.22 a.m.
in cricket circles here 1 Marjorie Jackson (Austra Sun Sets; 6.05 p.m.

If the weather does not improve lia) Lighting: 6.30 p.m, |
considerably within the next 24 2. Shirley Stirkland (Austra High Water: 5.40 a.m., 5.33 ||
hours the match may result in a lia) | p.m.
stalemate —(By Cable). 3. Verna Johnston (Australia) | Moon (Last Quarter) Feb-

. time 10.8 secs | ruary 9,
ae. ° 3 YESTERDAY
Three Did Not Men's six miles ‘ Rainfall (Coarington) 09
' 1. W. H. Nelson (New Zealand) | ins.
Compete 2, A Forbes (Scotland) || Total for Mvutia to Yester-

2 a 3.N. Taylor (New Zealand) | day : .48 ins.

CORTINA DARED, By, time 380 minutes 26.6 secs Temperature (Min.) 70.5 F
The Argentine team did not com- High Jump Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E,
pete to-day in the world four 1. J. Winter (Australia) six (i a.m.) E.
man »bsleigh championship feet six inches Wind Velocity 9 miles per
here owing to technical troubles hour. |
with the bob rhis was also re- 2. A Patterson (Scotland) andj; Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.977 ‘
sponsible for Sweden and Bel- J. Majekodunmi (Nigeria) each (11 a.m.) 29.967,
vium being absentees.—Reuter with 6 feet 5 inches, —Reuter





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M NDAY ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE L: f BT. SPI off It will %  "/ %  ., '..ibados Creoles racing in th.e newly IK 1 ** 'he first race in the South Caribbean r*^hTiunit'. or lhe name o* ,h world famous IPrt r 'h* 1 Two Thousand Guineas. In Jamaica a classic 1 C-~w me wfl started In 121 but although Trinidad has for a s^JtTTd the equivalent in their Trial Stakes nt the June meetjar* i A mi lies Group to adopt the I to M* -iily lot-ally bred Creoles furlongs. 0( course on her brvedi oof lay, fin in aMMon Hi X,,. reduced a good IP J t lould i-xpect that coming so early :n M** !" u _,|, v .,, I men or less all Barbados Held. When r there wore likely to be two entries from St. Vincent H of Bow Bells and Cross Bow but lately both of theie R*** nc elimination list. Cross Bow has returned home to r? fLn> '"' Christmas rneetinc while Bow = %  till trying to shake off • cold. W^ ^ lho Straight Aim from St. Lucia and Epicure from '.'.. ::i tes when They were still two. but i' distance llllles that 7Vi fur. K hSP< be thought loo much for them to tackle. Neither l*^ p0 ;cttiiiK more than 5'furlongs and fejim'in'i '' '' V '' ry han< y n y '*"" e, Aiwllo, Colleton. Mountbat"""il Mai Brown Olrl, Bowmanston, and Watercress. •'RainboV" Wins Again In R.B.Y.C. Regalia nT,"F. ^"""d Ilejatta of the if.H.Y.C. was sailed yesterday in a very alm xt nnd .„„ able winds. Dermont Bynoes ••RsinU.w repeated .ts perform., scoring its second win In the 1) Class. Coming second In was Corlcie Roberts' 'Rainbird' whilethird place went to Jeffre\ Juhnson's "Imp". In this Class 8 boats started but the Peter Pan dropped out in the second lap b. %  damage to its rudder Eight boats started la -the B Class The race was carried oS by Mr. J II w. k Blair", skippered by Ma s. i .20": Comu >S in behind th. Topptn':. Kippered by Wntchle 5n Third place went to the "Rascal" owned and skippere! by George Stoute. The "C Class race started without the "Peggy Mm", which has not yet arrived. He" .lid not start. This race was carried ofT by the two • Lightnings", with the "Seagulls" very far behind. "Rogue", owned and skippered by Gerald Nlcholls was llrst FREDDIE MILLS—AN \PPRE€IATION By PETER DITTON LONDON. (By Mail) BRIT ana h*V .iccepted with deep regret the news That Freodta Mills, British. Empire and European cruiaer-weight champion is to retire From the ring. Not tor many years has there been such ;i popular champion as the ex-R.A.F. lad who less than two years ago licked Gua Leanevlcfa of America for the cruiser-weight championship of the world. But Freddie, after losing the title—and to another of Leanevich's countrymen. Joey has decided that his fighting days are over, and no-one can blame him. During a ring career which has read like a story-book, from fairground boxing-booth scrapper to world champion—Mills has prov;i Jwm-hearted lighter, prepared to tackle all and rwy%  'iie. !U' lias soaked up punishment as a blotting pad takes up ink and he has always tome buck for more. Probably no other „ .,, „ 'ifhter since the bare-list days has By JOL THOMAS not) >0 much d i Shed oul a| um HELblNKl. tiiy Mall). ..s Freddie Mills and now even* The Orgsnlzlii;. fesis that enough is as good the Olympic Games to be held rtS a feast. here in 1092 has now aimc comHe will retire as one of the ploted the progr. most popular ex-champlons ever. When making proHe WHS a cruiser-weight who FEB. 5 NO. 105 \ The Topic of Last Week 1952 Games Programme Soon Ready Coming In second was;""Scmpl" sals "y ?'}"; •'* warned to bo • heavy. Not physih;rd position Stanley Cheeaaman's %  •Ranger". pju %  i but up to now 1 have had no indite rid il a" WPrP 1O B might expect to see. Mountbatten AJ JlOW T: %  fttfOS II %  :i Girl but I do not Iron the above list. BEST CHANCE w on two-year-old form would In PJJJ*V*f V thcr Bow Bells was going or not I mi this colt as the likely favourite. tun ha ran last year ami ii\ winner last November but %  nee pe Incline mm ., % % %  Con woul. ., | him to 1 ka %  top weight of i he Trumpeter Cup. As it was he ran the Trumuctei Cup and second in lhe Nursery Handicap d and he went out attain *ita •"*: : him at well an age. In toll Hal was much like cross Bow at the Christmas meeting. like th Kick* I'' Ar might not •* chancea of Bowsnanston. To well H FerseveraiKe but Of speed which BaW Pnabie her to Gipsy. 3. Rascal. Intermediate Class— I. Gnat 2 Skippy 3. Dauntless. •C— 1. Rogue. 2. Scamp. $, Ranger. D' Class.— I. Rainbow. 2. Rainbird. 3. Dawn. Kid John Will Fight champion. Very Touch tough as they :iiiig when ho fotigiu In a lkxing-lMx>th | pound, challenging all-.omHarrika %  i i. ught and B^JBO, gave linn an aaaUlftj which would have -gncenmn. '"' *•• her petligree e Thoonly %  wu beaten bs P> E| Brown Girl in ihe Trumpeter Cup when receiving sex tma ii. eights with toe latter, bul . ipt ..[ i(> lbs. from the f 10 f, AFhat odds to the confusion in my % %  fthir i.. ] ,la >' and 'h^refore 1 ^, lf • par) this played In her victory as Eg . in her favour. She was beaten by .^., ..il in ihe Cup and in turn Brown Cording i %  lengths behind Perseverance. Cs rslrl) ing margin U. I to have beaten ,-iih her 10 lbs. allowance she did so ild that Payne, who rag* hn. IMl.ltl STING QUESTION b eas there Is a very mE -ii Open fruin the two-year-old t well be that Brown Girl will also m She too gave signs of more %  nail side without much pimprov< pver it must be noted that [Mmbin tii ui ist year's Derby winner %  of i mare by Sunpiant. I am very inteiprove In the second instance. B I see no likely winner unless Apollo BIC, r Colleton has recovered from his linly Pharos II or Mountbatten h< ii looks and I am yet to know i rule out as being unable %  k veek • ,-iite a number of things %  ippen to i n view point, so perhaps we might I weU wait i wishes of the Intel I] built for the job. he refused) Oryropfa Committee that future to be baulked by nature and "Gnat", owned bv Toddy Hoad KikUlt s should not become too light-fans remember with adrrurand skippered bv his son George "n a mm ott ation. the way in which he tackled came lirsi In the Intermediate In ""•' ,y4B Olyranacs held la such big men as Joe Basal, 15 race. Second was the "Skippy" Lnodon -tooui 4,.y(i competitors, stona American giant. Bruce and third "Down". representing 58 nations took part Woodcock, present British heavyHiird Regatta of the lht ,cn naUooa which were weight champion and Jack LonR M V C will ix> sailed on Satnot present m London take part don, roraaar holder of the title, as urday, February 18 and it is m ll c 152 Games BDOU el] ..Johnny Ralph, the South limped for better winds. competitors and %  •' %  %  African The results were:— will be present. B' Class.— 1. Moyfa Blair. 2 Principles The Olympic ub | ic before the bout started. r(u v k ,„.„ ver ho He also pointed out that i Agreeineiil opposll could Blwayi An Brmii Bvan In the duilcwi lational feueratiuns which will ol hi ghU and they were few esuit m allowing no eolargonnd fBrbetwoan ha could alwayi out that downfall of rain before the light started made it difficult for him to move around in a wet ring. give a better performance and icpresen convince the critics who. he sa have made many harsh atsriejnants grim faced and determined, he against him. "!;, The ho,-and aim ol the Orwould suddenly sink his chin en mfclng Committee is thai M W:.de into h. Mav 1950 bv lhe U n with both !, 33 Athletes Take Oalh Move To Form Boxing Control Board LONDON. (By Mail). Reports reaching London from Prague revealed that thirty three of Czectunlovafua's best ice not BOS players have taken solemn oath to ptopars selves "to the utmost to daCead with BUOBBSS the honour and glory of UM Democracy." All are eligible for UM the team to defend Czechoslovakia's world title in London on March 22. The oath bound them to subordinate their private lives to the ,}, cre May 1950 by __ Copenhagen n %  oc the Olyn t •' will bB ready In its Bnal Of the sports which •he 1948 U rvnme IIH i-ompulsoi> U "' "* lrt swimming. wrestling, boxing gymnastics, fencing. %  mootlnp vachting. rowinR. cycling, ridinr welgtt-llfUng and mo i thlon. Voluntar) ball h. %  I His most damaging blow was his left-hook opponents survived after IroddU I 'Mills Bomb" specials. Counter Atlick A Treasure Hunt KINGS 61 ft. Danish yacht unii. Ill iglu jK'rsons lor Cocos Island. At the same tune, his wa> clubbing mix pii man and Striving continually lor the knock-out (ten laid him wide open to counvss 'his randans to forsake defence for attar, K winch COM liim the title againtl Maxim. He hit the America; ught enough, no mistake about '"at. Bu: \. . wed himseil to be just as absorbent as Mills ien a caana to 'trtdfig up pur.hment, and furtooffD takes a pride in your hair UUl* •hMtn room". A dear old aoul vm Miyng Ovu-^ 1111k MUnd .WNiM" Thr irtlte ,hildiii aBeSBBf Some Kaixrly ud tlw i\^ Hrtm* thry iad> \hr irnlh \MI All Man to jitMbuft Wall tuM flv* nunuUM >llar Tha *'Stuhci" atari in mnit Aiut PMvptr U b*4i*M • llxiar uia (Ulv IMU Ih. TTi* i.tiiWxtaina* Ihp old >lvrl A biuIlicT -in*in* %  b,*' All !-..... Hi im. b >Kii WhM-n .i.it|>l> rurknt in* place W* both looKM wuti %  mianni And %  diuUM MOUIM b... C1IM JwUw II! U*tr. <*takr n Iloiil MM Iho drvli MM) Ta^rUnrori low llfl-wi mlmin-. All Hurt., of daw* c.i i When 'hi, ik.r.idi' mm avfJTf N>nr-iiih. i>t llirm wor lioiinip Wi-ll who danMn-. % > %  .IAIU-III on a .<.*, %  Whm all lh l*- oxamplm. In danrinc too rnaw Wherever you go, on business or pleasure, someone is weighing you up. What sort of impression do you (ssaaa. Ihe smart nun is smanlv groomed and BOOd IfOOflUng commenovs with lhe lun lor nn rOBaOB Itrylcreem is the largest selling hair dreeing in the world. B BOM two ihmgx perfectly — 111 keeps the hall m .m> desired position all day through, imparting lustre, clasiicitv and life— BBBBBB| fl) JOJIB I assaff the healih of ihe hair by ,„ „,.. ^^ .r-ndiiuming (he scalp and Irtanj the roots a chance to function aaaOaMtly. Put an end D j Hair and Dandrull. Mart I" Urylcrcom i.l II. Ma0rbr. . Ilhin -%  nu* brown-atunix -nllH> Ml Irfl-f.-.l \ hlllr bov HOT rmiive; 11* l Ii "pMl Tim So Ctrl' Ihla da> •• I N> FilMth*d l.H..l 1 Thai* Ih* *JV lo k*n> Sat uri mday with *mu>tt n>r alK'M "ii" MOB • And white voti'i** ")itt Tho .hflfTnii-.vou *ill for. And old ion* who afS -i>a*r Now an thai In your hrod l>MWinf for fittami m„ Oil* for .1 JV B FruKio. sponsored by J & R BAKERIES makers of ENRICHED BREAD and the blenders of J & R RUM BRYLCREEM ts the perfect Hair Dressing* All AM V BBUfOAM_TM CM. IhaMfoo E 37 roof Itch Cause Killed in 4 Days Pain and Itching Stopped in 7 Minutes 1V> your f-i>l It.-li an n.i g'i ri-l ,.r voar troubla uaiDvou kill t'* aarnia or iiaiaaKea raaoonalblo tor (ho BeMHB. ak Kills the* Caus* Odlnaty olnimi-nla antl liquids can not do much |od b*oauaa thay do not light or kill il,.. uiMti-tlyinic .auaa •UWOVVroonia thoaatoot tr..ublr %  Bd al" -vi-n ihti iiHiat ftulilxirn lltixworm t.if. .iinn with IKW a-rliit|.n Ntaodarm—baard • n tha pra.;nKllbh Kkln %  > %  >•-. lali-i and How ImiMirtad by 'Niodrm i.H >..-t.ivomonl In ttm In I daya' time Nlxodarm mil .1 %  % %  : • %  %  .it t. I funaua rraponalblo for |tf and you ran %  * for y.ouwlf thai your .'Hill lapldlr In b*conU(m aofi .. ay, bat a ayniM it juat 3 daya III|IT to makv autnat in K'suha r* > nmuklly aaUafactory. and d at thai MM H |w" '•* ft f* tint COmiilrlrly I.I nt tho IIOaUBS,OTa< ln. paollnf, hllatarlna lorlur.-. Nl.odarmwlll mMt nothtnr Irndarima JEUI. a NIKOd#im to HIP toat f"r 7 • lay a and tn*n If %  <.uiu! yourmoaiay wttfba refund*.!. o*i Nio. dirm n i'l lodoyja^lha auaianlaa i-ivlwts you. nuns of their during their training. leaders ,ff Costa i a straight-left wWcB Canal, to Balvofi ul ol Ins British ix,\i %  l iook. This left-lmiui. carrying on the —I.N.S %  naeniair. t Jtaool on We Jfcsrd uf t %  |Bad poinh Hi I ic public %  BBtwwn as it would . mediator between them Ha hoped to see the day when %  Hill would be introduced in gislatura for Ihe bringing about of such a Board to control all boxing locally. amittSB was appointail i ;,;iii up of the apriaad of: Mr. -I. E. TBrauckci. M.t'P, Mr. P. C. MafTel, Mr. Louis Lynch, Mr. C. B. Brooks, Ui W. Kerr, Major A. R. Foster. Mr. C. D. .iiid Lt. E. B. Grant Xontserrat Defeats St. Kitts XI 21-1 ST. KITTS. Feb. 4. The Clover Leaf Club (Miss E. Harper. Captain) decided to irv conclusions with the victorious Mi'lh... inns (Mrs. Uyett CapUinf itt Warner Park this morning nt 1 a.m. Monuierrat scored 21 goals *;ool for St. Kittpress work that countlea* other, bad none boiorc it. sapped Mills ind in the tenth roural. .< right to the Jaw. wen fiiough to put lum down foitha, count. Two ui 'hese blows would have been just aentlB taps .is far as Mills ens oiicerned. He would have ahak. and with the light of ;.\KK PLACID, Keb. 3 battta blazing In his eyes, come duled world ski ught back for more. The fact (lianipionships arc due for 1954. that he could not do so again.; and applications for holding them Maxim, while reflecting credit I %  nan's punching ablllt). was a danger signal wh>ch Mills The venue will be decided at has wisely decided to obey. The expedition which assembling in Kingston for some time has left behind important persons whi —Can. I'reiw. SWEDEN ASKS FOR SKIING GAMES Y. M. P. C. Beckles Road FOOTBALL MEETING on Monday 6th February 1950 at 5.00 p.m. INTERCOLONIAL BAIBAD08 Versus IIIIIT1SII (JUIANA -: A KENSINGTON OVAL UK* I HATCH H-.IIKI %  \HX 'J. II). II. 13 %  It I i IIMI MAll ll I I :II;I UM la. 11. 11 i run i gi DKUI IU.I. M\-IM.III\ STAND UM i ll 111.I Mm STAND SLM l N< OVI U D *l l'• ..i.il MI, .74 OMun <• %  i In .Mil >..I harged I/per day lr l-ark) DAILY TICKBTS AUK NOW OBTAINABLI AT IIAIIKISON'S OFFICE (8CABOM l M.SU BC SOLD). mi. aaaaaMM caicxn kaiooMnoK w. I BOVOB, Italy. St'.-ietary. y.v.v,v/.v.v.v.'.'/4'//* //V///.v//.v.v.v/.v,'/'/.v.v. llic 1951 Congress Rrulri. ^Member' hensic a*''" 1 l c '' ; ajat/, "•*0 lhe uoi "'or y,^ PI. I* f .^, ja^: He will be nussed but his dels a wUe one. And ol him il will always be said he was good, he mm game and he was gallant *8SPW If you are IN PAIN start taking Yeast-Vita at once I In a lew minutea you will begin to leel better. As your pain dies away,that depressed feeling is replaced by Cheerfulness. You go about your work with more enthusiasm, more confidencel Thisfamous remedy acts QUICKLY and SAFELY, does more than just stop your pain because it also contains TONIC elements I HEADACHES NEURALGIA NERVE PAINS RHEUMATISM INSOMNIA "SSssVt aaoOUlClO* | Try Yeaat-Vita TODAY t Obtainable | everywhere. Be certain you get the package illustrated hers. ensic fur quick, speedy relief KEADiCHES, RHf UMATIC PAINS, LUatAiO, I 1 WINS, NEURALGIA, INFLUENZA. COLDS & CHILLS j FLANNEL DANCE Under the patronage of Sii Allan Collymore. Kt. hytaaB'DGS PUSS CLOT In honour o the B.C. Intercolonial Cricket Ttt QUEENS PARK SATL1DAT FebrsslT II They're all fixed t Fixed pricesl And identical parts! That's wlut vou get when you buy Ford spares from us. All pBUnnc Ford spare parts are sold at low, fixed prices— and every one of them is made from bjfri .|ualu> materials, to fine limits of prcciM.. checked and counterchcckcd foi your Ford experts, know that only a a spare will do a satisfactory job in a lur.i why wc alwjys lit them — an essential essential mooring. Charles McEnearney


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-tVl'V' EBBI \U\ Sugar Workers Get Concession CHI KCH SERVICES SUNDAY ADVOCATE ejfGUCAN ST. &r | |.N \KI>* S.00 a.m. uJK Iff*l* •'< % %  '""" •union; #30 am Sunday BapiKrr.. IAMII %  MTMn BA. „.. Rr. %  I ii til %  •*"' QJU VIIOHI. Hirwl PMUval %  B.C. Courses For Overseas Specialists Lomxw The Brilun Cuuncil 1840 proKramnit of short course .nd '"' %  ,-"" "WltGSfp^UfS ~un^.^ g al d Re"l!', U,l,d !" "S PW 100 lo each worker „ or Td I? JL^? .",' "* and low.uh.'h .^ ln5 <8 e ~ cour s l by him on Saturday. 0 "S Mor.,^, b 'h a ld .'" mo "' ">• %  I'M.I Mill!! 1 I N GEORGETOWN, B. G. (By Hall) "i sugar worlnn of living bonus from 331 cent, io 10 uer cor Hondurans Send Another Memorial To King And Council "God Bless America" — They Sing Barbados BO. M Ret P I ,, I.. I III i jp By. Holy PAI u mi lin nr. nil ynM JOlm Ho.d: T p.m among Ihe MaccMleu made i.. workers by Ihe buear Producers' Assoclalli 'lerda.v with r~ I ihe Han-Pow %  Ullicni and the iitauett:— 11 has been agreed that th living bonu.t Iw with etfecl K> wortn tor n mbet „f ok] 'he iwo %  me week's hoiidi in England and Scotland and Wales between March IJ %  than 1,000 p,., iroin overseas larrtta IHcted to take part in the oouTaas two ,t *"" avw ' ''om two to three weeks each, individual fees range irom E16 lo J35 exclusive of fares to and from Qltal llnuin. Among the new ventureare .Advocate Correspondent BELIZK. *Yb. 4 Thousands of Hundurans from (very town, village and seiilement.of British Honduras last night pn "nor Ronald Gantry with n second memorial to Ihe King and Privy Council demanding restoration of the Britir.li Honduras dollar to its former parity with the United Mates dollar and this lime presented also a demand from the total Government "that the unemployed list of the Colony he reduced by 2..000 within a reasonably quick time to be arranged between the General Workers Union The People's Committee and the Government in order to avert -' one, measures which might be necessary to bring relief tlnaa .i adaamal unpopular The people c o n e n lai .oarl anu parcel < f CM t'\i;.tinj economii and i 11 %  uncil. Give Assistance 14) Give pay for each crop period aj bonus c,l 2.i p ,,.,.. to our suffering people. At BaUletleiri Square. demon*, malnutrition, slum*;, imj n hanged nn effigy of Biithomes and other MHI.II were Qh ?•• " for ,sn ''"Peria'ism Sjnd H tar— Apnl l to ifl) ; Johnny Smith "tlK i (a) CotMsUl exploitation lhaf nthem -til] tntterod ih.ou.ti ut *apped and ccnttj LH anon of the Aits' (Loot %  --itii ..f our eater snd Waked Id, caught in 1 i tober 14): wi i solemn Pschnologjr" (Reading budget. ,.n.VKi.d „, viewer .he ,.ct that ,„,„>• memorial a-naad at '"'*' %  '• %  disappointed list l>inonslralors men image to the raw material of British council has doUjrousjh thi ilng -God UM comnxy and has %  arm %  |0 increase the numbei <>( "liil AHH-IRU" to LnO u,i applaces available to teachers. Heeding the appeal of the Grand palling hardship of our ix'ople. A limited number of study tours Marshal E A. Broasler. the peoWhile people are uuenscU conrranged. if iec|uested. P'e co-operated with specisl Mar-.ions ;hat (MlMdi LnTCt4mont is for grouDs of b atw o an %  OlMSTIAN ^i II N. : %  :. i ULl \!lo\ \KMV Bill".I III" \ < l MKAI Atom Secrets Leakage Being Investigated Sii M II. inn smilh %  WtHIl 0 UUOL mil pa H • n CompiHr.!--. %  • Major T. f.ibta -M lliHUli"! v %  tun KoiiriMi Urrlino. 3 p.m Com,***"* %  :>-.... ounns ST.** BoUn* MHtirui; 3 p.m. Com%  JSMtaal at-rlma. • % %  %  Corp* faun OuardU rois aoADii B* UMUHS. 3 i>.ii %  JlkJiBS. 1 p.m. Salvation Mr*tlna "* LOKC IA1 %  W Roiiiani Mlin: 3 pi %  *f T P" Saiv4iion.Mre.iina %  SSka: Llrute %  ** HNiim. .1 „i i lolRADOS nn > l.dlr.1 at cutting loading o n the Friday and .,v Of Ihe week Tlie Details With regards to items b and e mall sub-committee was appointed to work out the details of the application ol %  proposals which were introduced I as a result of the conference roe importance of more regular and continuous i of UM ing productivity of the industry. TWi Sub-Committee will Dd tne i Unions in lime to allow fa and Including February 13. 195'J. During olfcusrion It waa brought Qfovta, wartime head of the I nitod States Atomic Energy proton increase which the l" K Min!Lli appeared before a closed istry of Food bus agreed to pay SfS&l0n of the Joint Uou l only applies to sugar expt ted in A,omic Ejiergy Cominittee here 1950. and does not apply to the to-day. 1S.0OO tons per annum of sugar P wa s mm o"ed to test.fy. following yesterdays appearance • in laondon of Dr. Klaus Fuchs on charges of betraying suvh secrets. On I ito the Committee. Qonora] arovM told rethat ihe United States inent had accepted the British clearance of Dr. Fuchs. i'ho came to United States as ana technical tio. %  UnU tht ts tha full injui i %  • %  %  misery. among the poople solution is applied that with the co-operation .1 will of the people \V, %  %  everything within our 1 %  %  to the UI I I 1 other knti %  thing inta 1 ur country I, starvation aeon Todil^ Honduras through U 1 %  %  January %  you 1* channelled througli i Excellenex the OOVOI %  — (By ( ,ib' Get biffer, seftar SuperCushion lire. Ilipy tun on 21 lbs. ol mr ptaaosn -ill inake your car ride more soltly tbssl you rvrr dreamed possible. r-Cushions' greater road contact area will make it saler-on turns, and in starting and stopping. TUa htegr-r. fatter tirr ",!] make your • ..r look smarler, more modern! So drive in today, and have ir.st.dl Super-Cushions. creator fraction — greater safety] d tear on your car! ll Greater blowout resistance! SfytetpcujAten by GOODYEAR shals wear ng red armbands to vital and naeeajtiy for develop15 i>eopTe* studying one pnrtmik *'''. p :h,% demonstration more ornient, they have great . MDt-lSF tKns^ tl&A IA^^.. IL -. J- . h than tbc January dtrly march though Friday's demonstration was much larger. Truman I rged To Seek Peacr With Russia (iod Bless America WASHINGTON. Feb Lleutenssnt-Oeneral Leslie R. locally, wfalej in British Guiana at coo less than the export pi. prices lower than IhoN otnl British Colonlea in the Wfst — (I'.N.N Carib Tourism Funds Paid At the U.S. Consul on (Jaoourel %  iionstrators sang* "God Bless America" repeatedly and called for the U.S. Consul who posed for photographs with the People's Committee leaders shakng hands with Honoural If Johnny Smith. The memorial to the King inH Majesty nf the prevloui memorinl which the people had fonvarosMl and which they understand is under the sole consideration of Creech Join's and demand stton of the B.H. dollar and establishment of a proper i..irnev controls to prev. 1 %  other run on our Iwinks." The memorial continues: "We dye out %  nee of our loyalty to high ideals and principles of l democratic merit embodied in the United Nation! charter British scien,.nc ^'J„S^* *.", team m December 1S44. ,., lvhlcn w0 m , mn „ e „ M ,,„„ are advancing tow l xth the Colonial Dcvclopm.!. Ii that C DC ll again coming into the Held for the purpose of economic exploitation because I %  dared its policy not to pay high* man those existing after devaluation and the low sub-human • WASHINGT %  mociatic chairman of paid bj Q ant to labour. CJXC Must laeave Everj rnembi r of the nrttith and social I ' %  Ilia 1.1 FMIowal %  Sfegji I SB I Tramins. .VOO 10 S.OO %  B p.m. Ud l>aQrr V..JI l>.I'OliT-OF-SPAIN. 1 has paid its cnntribuliun of $6,000 VS. to the fund! ot [auiutm Coounittoe, Mr. %  %  CITC %  to seven the number of govern1 (>articipating and which have already paid up their Ant contributions. The %  of the Domini-' can Republic, the Leeward Islands IQ Islands of the United Stales. Trinidad and Tobago, nd St. Lucia. ivni vouchsafed for by loyaltj 1 %  ; %  M< Hahon, ctoair> n of the committee, aranouncod tedded .11. Edgar Hoover. tunau ol Inveatigation. to testily before it on Monday. McMahon General Groves might be recalled to give public testimony bo%  —Reuter without control of out I ... WJ arc llkewl Ii lh. ; yjrtay hondoge of non-self itoriea. And then crowing and determlna lion to eventual self-ti.-. %  Causes Of Kvil Wc hold that this tJ %  tata ol atlairs IUII'M extremely low sub-human wages. v ' KM \Ml si "IlKdl Of GOD St. Mlk. ( | katrfa %  Siie Diclionarv for Office anrl Ilium ROBERTS & CO. --w slier hour, coughing sod **; ZL !" ewh? When Miacks of %  Br.iZ? %  r 00 ft 0 1 gctung a good J^.^K.meUungfc^wuti,. Here LWr^L_" ,,4e *•' ,0 "u undinurbed |r ^lWlade n acamulatkmi in the "At* Ephuone does much to la^^^. 3 *^ of the trouble. All yea fc Uow one small Ephsxonc lj*^lung. hewing rk begin. < IjBSfca,^" T otr ru for, long if you isfce b H^ %  _*•* a course today Nothing ^K.^? 104 to Inn l'In esses of ^"riocbsu, and Bronchial Catarrh, A resolution was ufkssstoeu passed to-night by the people (iws not have their goodwill or cooperation therefore C DC. should be reUM quested lo discontinue all further i.gbteous Its cause effort to work %  trims'" %  that no nation hM Ihl > mattei activities here and to leave our no longer a weapon ol cfMsrrtry. • means of exUrradsMUoa ••( v 1 roach your most GrapopulationReutrr. ENGLISH CHINA Fa lovely weddii .. Tea It Coffee Services. Fruit & Bon Bon Dishes etc. Floral designs In some ;... %  l our'DrtlNTY GLASS MINIATURES pa n gul n i PH0TOFRAMES Designed 10 eompUOM BUS portrait. VISIT the beauty tpot of the island KIM.*: WATER IIOHI. HA IIISIIKIIA %  %  • %  i (tin i land. ' PHOHI am sssWnVATIONH %  >t Mil lallac %  Luncheona. Wall St eked Bar, nvoiti M CAsjaejm h > i %  > and io, ft. i._v n ft. LINOLEUM IN IMll.l.S 6|, Wlde All very rssMooaMa III Price. LllriliUfcHilld. loc. ipornteu 1B30 *il'llsbea 1MH 1UII Roebuck SITMI W/.v/////.v, w ...v//.. / .v W/w///A /////// . '; ^..'.Wvwv 1 v; W v. WWv .v.','.,v.., •-•.-.•.•,-.%  LOUIS L BAVLKY. Jewellers. Bolton 1.11 HHiARTY III). ^aV//////^a'>V^#^dV/^




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5RITAIN IS SPLIT WIDE OPEN irbados Govt. Names jacock and Adams For renada Sugar Talks fag Wes 1 Inaies Su;3(lonferance which i: ns proposed should be hole! in Barbados wil ^A in Grenada during the week beginning Lwrv 20th owing to the difficulty of obtaining Kcmodation in Barbados for the visiting j-n-lpc The Barbados Government * Ies .'Will iiba Gets A New rinet Sunday Ffhrnary . 19.10. ;$urtuay ^uwcate Prire: SIX CENTS War 5 5. %  4VANA. Cuba, %  I gut which resifnad on j i BpKl Antonio :le Prime Nlnul>e represented at the UP by the Honourable :) G. I < acock and Mr (1. H Sir John Saint will iy the delegation a: advirer. Honblc Harold E Robinson Chairman of the B.W.I. Sugai I .111111.* I Association and President of tin IjilUllIV I Trinidad Agricultural %  rnved from Trinidad vesterdamorning by B.W.I.A.. and returned later in tha Availing afte having talks on general pollca in connection with .sugar with Hon'ble G. D. L. Pile. Barbados Director of B.WI5A. Mr. E. S Robinson, Chairman of the Bar, bados Sugar Producers .. iremmenl The tlon and Hon'ble H., A. Cuke. _Hpkt*r of Sl:ite i;oe; to) Referring to the statement apKaner. Spearing in the Trinidad Guardian tagai.c'.al lawyer who has j last week in connection with the fed Cut* .it vraral rrtar* proposed sugar cuts. Mr Robinf cenferences. Including i ; ,i a was released be I mwtir.x of thi B.W.I.S.A.. who got the (nColonii's Commission at %  formation from the Colonial The President said ml Office through the Trinidad Gov^omplete^ revise nvernernment. The statement said that MX). 000. tons Is the limit the West %  expected to produce %  offered • % %  try of Pood n tnis amount. 25.000 %  i t" Mart ;i naor Indi itrv lo British KoniiiiHe felt thai th;.ahould tad In thi II I Wi ti l-i.i, | Class War Has Wrecked Wartime Comradeship Churchill Warns In First Election Speech LK Exports jump 159 Percent A CAY CROW! i Lght In aid of ..,„. Tlu ., %  h pn .i. d the sho llo now thai the RcpubB had withdrawn from &tm— Reuler. Shines Again British Guiuna UtOWN, B.C.. Feb. 4 |U shone all day to-ilu> ^^ %  m relief to the fad the winds were light ^H^ftrose lo 19 feet. %  i hoped >r being tl 1 %  ffeev Hi lashed cvei the sea nil without thi %  M enough u i improvement in the flood situation f..i land is %  ftM and it will take ptthe water off. .. up to their |in watf in .i \ And (odder while at i^Hee, whuh now of %  %  Dp dozen : soup kit* hi l at foui >ii> i to the Central Flood Bad reached si.uuu to-day h Tweii S5w> and opened a HBd to aid thv Ituxton gli l l i h ed.— %  i minute. The ;: i i polio i bOli <>i i At the time Ot 'his 140 lorries wei waiting on the British side of U* %  i nights bed i Dndittoni %  : 10 p.m. today about f II Berlin Rrutrr. Si I Wt 'I -t 1111 0 '" Paramaribo Rivar a ou LUi'ia ^inke | Friday but never saw the Alblna -By Cable ST. Lri \ BtUocK i, 1100.I F tocre ., lawila coal Ben P ai ornipg t*., ~; v %  *** and understood that %  K well advanced to get Psoa employee' ind sugar it' i :.ble.) |jMiners Walk tot \londa\ eb. 4. WASHINGTON. •Li,"""''' %  ** in A. %  I toaay Jtoie Woi-.. JJJws smd thai •BOSS the cuu: %  ^jo w-lk out on Monwould join | ; 1 Protest in an effort hours a -Keater. Cieeks Return To Work ATHENS, Feb 3. have retumed to work after a fortnight'strike for bighei wage*. The Government had promised favourable kUoo of their clalnM an thi. .rlurned. LORD NORMAN DIES AT 78 LONDON. I ... Bank o( 1 Bi World Wai %  oudget.—Reulrr. COMMUNISTS BLR\ SINGAPORE VILLAGE 1,000 Homeless. Two Dead SINGAPOKK Feb 1 A parly of 70 Communist terrorists entering the village .MIIK Tiga, near Sltaiwan in Perak, jusi bafore dawn burnt down over 100 houses and left 1,000 peoph home i I nni uas tnroad b hen he jumi i 1 ti Singapore ai owing Bagne 11 inter offen sive win in 13.PJ i ulunteer daily (or '.h. il .lut rtfivp igainst terrorrsw. number of Communist Hags, and pamphlets hav in public plan o< ut the Malays ire been eutttnj more teleph' HI Joh Uoh Sintiapon' ii water eupply. Auuv pur announeeil I that 80,*2f> civilians had all enrolled for duty during th I This*vnlunti era aims of (>th i I lo enrol baton \eer can! i volume above the 1948 figure Anuoune.ng thi %  ". | result. BriUal 194B wei-e £900.000 %  !948 total Tl '. export winner waa the Brltlah motor industry which ex21 per cent, more vahldei hn in 1939. POtb n than doubled sale* dc idily throughout 1949 —Rente Poiiee Hunl "Boy King" Oi Deng Ring i hdge Ital 'of hl.s i luxury hotel, %  i ii as. %  %  ibul through smuggle l —Healer House and Shop Dynamited Police Found Explosives AN unoccupied wooden bungalow and shop in Richmond Gap, BUM Hall, was dynamited last night %  hortli after eight (/clock. The house whicn i>uilt, >• the property of Mr. Arthur Nilcs. foreman of the blockna plant of Messrs. Barnes & Company. Limited. I' was valued at $4,281 and Insured for S2.500. The damage 'imated to be $70. '1 he police found dynamitr In the cellar and severe damate was done to the gallery poi foundation of the house The terrific explosion startle! many shoppers and pedestrianwho hurried to the scene. L/Sgl Marshall of the Black Rock 8uh Station, who was patrolling the vicinity, i hugi nd was in time to disconnect a burning fuse The time. %  English \\ ouiau Disagrees \\ illi Urilisii Council To Live In Czechoslovakia i eb. 4. %  for the i %  %  II %  i n ofaoial i i. aulhoriMarquess Marries U.S. Divorcee WASHINGTON. Ft The Marque*. i Haven I Queen vaa married hi divorcee. historic national Presbyterian Church before "00 guests. %  vroom 11 %  %  .. Ills darK-haireo %  HIKtoii The brfda, who .'.•given awav by hr uncle, MJ Hougl %  %  | I Foui hundred %  %  i .\ in n the "III %  %  l and. — Kent:" 'No Case \gainsl Ike H-Boinb" NKW Y(JRK utlva Commltl unoil of Chun mob at its meeting on 1 i the Ri tpi en Nein. „i..: i .:.'. ri ay, home on Jam ill in %  %  %  euier. the Claims New Air Reconl RUMANIA RECOGNISES HO CHI-MINH GOVT. LISBON, Feb. 4. A pilot claimed here today U have set up a for the Bermuda-Lisbon direc flight by covering the .'/ I hours 25 minutes. Tt BUCHAREST, Feb 4 Capt Torre* de Navarra, was flyThe Rumanian Oovanunani toini n tarrying a cre\ day recognised the Ho Chi-V. n d four passengers oi %  i.a-Madrid rOU .A airliner flying tuna (oi UM bon (light is 14 hour It'uter. 5 mlnu'eReuter. Admiralty Thanks Dutch Ship Ita Bppm itlon '>( th* %  • to survlvoni of U I rraeulenl I Almdiyx %  ill-.. Tha Trsw-uleiii sank in uv Thomas estuary on January IS with the loss of 1 1 In collision wih th llivina. Tha Almduk the first S.O.S. Alter picking up he gave the alarm and jskeo all Bl |j look out. An Admiralty staten %  I on nliiii evidence available, it seems thai Ihe master of the Alma.. that was possible with a deej draught ship in tidal an loat no time in making an accui ignal.* —Heater B1DAULT WILL RESHUFFLE CABINET PARIS. Feb i rlor handed to French Prirm %  mil Laj the i< ihe < %  lUecitvi !.l their Secre:l will l>e pub I 'oday. < ted to rcshul! give France 11 faced with the prospect lb %  %  %  which appi -naissi Daiiia n. re belu > %  %  '""U l tow *-• %  ':•- was unavoidJiif he succeeded hi —ftealar. %  wai of s. .. I t h the LEEDS, Yorkajiire, i CONSERVATIVE Leader Winaton Chi told an election meeting here today Britain was facing her hardest ever peacetime task as "a deeply divided nation.' "American subsidies" would come to a;: at the latest in 1952 "while German and Japanese competition in all the export markets upon which we depend has already begun and will grow more severe with every month that passes," the wartime Premier said. i i %  %  perli a*k yi Chun said %  Truman Urged Not To I se ll-lioiiili First f th, %  %  i % %  %  %  %  %  tnli 1I1U. %  I %  i otl %  1 %  %  HARD TO BELIEVE BI T TRl i; Berlin Derations Food March 1 Butter, Sugar Stay On BERLIN. Feb 4 Food with the exception of but ter. .'ugar and flour will be derationed in Berlin as fa ." %  Berlin's Municipal Food Depart ton Bcboapka, at her" today. This doctsk rlna western Berlin Inb Western Germany I* uhject lo ap| western Conunandai'. in Beilln he added Healer. IMaiies i .mi Gennan TimwlMrfl aport xuggestt %  rigs, had machlinafetSknvd the boats wtth wwpnaai I 'he damage waa negligible Renter. TABLE MABOAUNE (able whic place .: laeat Bauter and 11 i with Vitamins "A and "]>" Send %  TABLE MARGARINE in MM |i IUIHI wrappen ;il only s CENTS FEK I'OIM) Table Bullir.



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PAGE TEN SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY. FEBRUARY • \\\ ^ JOHNSON'S STATIONERY ESTABLISHED OCTOBER 1924 BANKERS:—Barclays Bank (D. C. & O.) Barbados and London. THE LEADING STORE FOR STATIONERY REQUISITES STATIONERY Air Mail Pads and Envelopes. Writ!"P--< iwith and without Lines Personal and ( oin'mercial Envelop**. Blotting Paper in different Colours. Box Stationery. Desk Blotters, and Writing Sets. Typing Papers. Short Hand Note Books. Memo Books. Account Books for all requirements. Ink I lands in Class and Plastic. Tissue Papers in different Colours. Ass., ted Crepe Papers. Papers for Preserv ing poods and Wrapping BW I Parcels. Siaplr Machines and Staples, Punches, Pen and Pin Trays, Waste Paper Baskets. Dating Machines. Sponge Bowls. Scotch Tape Passepartout. Mending Tape. Drawing Pins. Puper Clips in 1 -•• • %  *> %  *" xge variety. Tags. Twine. Pen Knives, Scissors. Dusters: Paper Trays Piles. Binders etc.. Typewriters for Rent. I I ( 'I...-, in Gl nidi fr 11 use's, vr ir.i.s. I IIV, I'll""" .-. j r ~ —.-We cut and supply (.lass to fit old frames. Stamp Hampers. Photograph Albums. Autograph Album*. TOILET GOODS Perfumes. Latinos. Pace t reams. Powders. Ba> Rum Toolli Brushes. lluir Brushes. ( •• B a Mam. .lie Sel.. L.uiacol. el. .u. elc. : Um Special tomb, with cniilainiTs lot Perfumes. IMPORTANT! Through MB liuvin^ AgSBU in London—Messrs. I.AIH. &: CO., we tU obtain for vou anything lnMM .i N*tW I ,ir to i Drawing Pin. and you net Ihr lu-m-lit of lachir Priri-v Nothing DM small Ofl % %  lurye for us to L;'1 for you. All Orders gu forward b\ ( .iMe or Air MaiL SOUVENIR GOODS Leather Purses and Novelties with the Crest of Barbados. Mahogany Trays, Book Ends. Paper Weights — all featuring Barbados. There is a wide selection of Chromium Novelties, all crested with the local crest. Stationery and stamped with Barbados design. Tortoise Shell items. SI IT CASES IN ALL SIZES Air Travel Bar*. Web and Lcith.'! Straps Lur Bags and Blankets Attache Cases and DjDCO> mem < .IMS. Music ( ;isp* leather Folders. Wallets. Purses and Ladies' Hand It.i.Ke> Purse's ( nin Purses. Key Kin^s COCKTAIL SHAKERS AND -i rs Cocktail C.lusxes ali.l Vlail.iIWer Mugs with your name engrawd on rRI.I'.. With a social vibrating nun nine we can engrave Names and Initials on any glass ... metal ware. SPORT GOODS Cricket Bats and Balls. Tennis Rackets, footballs. %  affcaj Micks. Table Tennis Seta complete, Table Tennis Balls (Ilk. and I -). Table Tennis Bats — All Prices. football Pumps. Composition Balls. Cricket Pads. Racket Frames and SHOT GINS Hi lies, Revolvers. H Ammunition, Sputa Ammunition. All Am and Aininiinitiaa ar only to Licenced I GIVES \M OP OCR SYNDICATE TICKKTS IND HAVE TEN CHANCES TO WIN lilolsANDS Of DOLLARS. If all I. BOOK THAT YOU INVEST IN EARNS *3U.IHMMM. YOl R SHARE WILL BE SXOOO.OO 10 CHANGES FOR 21MAGAZINES We do the largest Subscription Business in Barbados and one of the Largest in the West Indies Vtaguiines Posted direct to your Address from the Publishers. Renewal Subscriptions taken for American Magazines saving you Money and a lot of Red Tape. BOOKS In this line you will find our Stock of Novels. Classics and h.huaiiun.il Works, a most interesting assortment. On lie first flour there is an extensive range of Childrens' Books for all ages. These include Paint Books and Cloth Books. N RIDING SADDLES With Iron frames buill for the British Arm. These are going \er> cheap and should he ol special interest to Polo Plus ers Planters, etc. These SADDLES could not be repeated at lui..' the Prke. oi it io. i viii is on \ 12 >IOMHS is nut. vt\nU,, li.uiiial aud Suit Toys. Pedal Cars, Soldiers. Balls l..iiii.'s Dolls Boats. Meccano Building Sets, Plastic Constructing Heal >nd Buckets, Skip Ropes, Ihj Saw Fvzzlev Circus Sets, Drums, Whistles I'ni forms. Musi, al lleius. Rallies. Rubber Toys. Balloons, t aruual Hal. Masks. I'.unl Boxes. Colour balls, elc. ELECTRIC LAMP SHADES A beautiful range in different Designs and Colours to match any colour scheme, from l/< to 25 Also hand-painted China Standards featuring old English DMM, FOUNTAIN PENp BALL POINTED fOl N I UN PENS l/li Each >\ I.iliil for Carbon Work Helills si.. New Shipment of WATERMAN PI NS from 56.011 Io SI2.5B Your Initials in Gold or SUM Engraved on Pens for 2/ INKS:Purp", W Green. Blue-BUek, doming and Mark* Also Indian lak. Bring sour PICTURES to uI" be framed"* Passepartout. No delay in f ramie* We also sell Picture frames in PI"*'*' "" .,.1.1 Melal. I.tall. I siiii'iii.s I ol Alarm Clocks expected next "' rk on* Dog Collars. 1).,^ Leads, Riding JV* rja* Clocks, Beading Lamps Steel Cabinet*. plated Ware. 41. U. JOIIXMIX mi COMPANY IlltO Ml STREET. !##**



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FEBRUARY 5, 1K0 si\n\v \II\IH Chalk-While Lace \nil Orgainlie For Spring ^- Mlh w BiKUS "o is one PAGE MM, IB morning and nr* H Savlie [ Die lailors. i lIBlead of ininevitable l£Zi lavender Pink, the *£ M IUTJI oak hung with '*"veiwt curtai ^^^jquare mirrors set in ^^ lioW frames, surmount,,nce paintings. „ Ugbl Irom a huge ^jriK* bung m tcentre ol >gZ* there AMI*. SToagnW" sat m the JronJ 'JTbTnot-so-well-known. u„ the baek I noticed an oTVogue in black velvet the .lllliaM %  _-, in nuvy and IV. 0 ( the fashionably had unhappily their choice of lamb, and the tiiihl-lltting Hi p* M.-t ^ women EM panua wore tiny RSMV. rounded point. EsThTve seldom been plainer, rjjrt length has risen to 15 L ( .(Win foulard silk. organdie, and had in^ diagonally buttoned hy.,. draped fronts und ,ff. •uoitd and pleated panbe faut%  **<• werc tweeds worsted, wool alpaca, silk or ijhantung-. Uneni and rtpni, | that looks like silk, and Itat looks like wool. A great ivy guipure lace lined for dresses and skirts, flours were, in the main. mm* Classic navy blur and white ith every shade of beige There were I o. ever;, variety, a jrreaS | of black, and chalk white, •bow opened with a white Iweed top coat, very t with a tie belt. Tho abo white, and the model a basket of white tulips Mac — impractical but xildren f s Corner Rupert ami the CaravanOn reach m the earaVM ih* nun unlocks the Joor. Then he plate Kjpen on the floor. You bail quire aail here until *r **ork nd decide *wru, to da." I,e hit back. ;'"'V. S Ktjpen nei m. '*Sjm. Sim. i. it vou?" he call.. Whai tut I. JI opened ? Item dd you get here ? Wfiai does it all me. Siiloe Sam U -d up as ii*hilv ta >outh v> that Sr :IIHKH iiuwtr, but oOf Them We Sing oh bring baek. %  V be the orratcsl inspiration of the pocli. but to be the prime subject of the songwriters. Tht ppnr In countless •onomlri ,.r lyrics. See horn morn KM .an identify from foodur, of whom t ttl Bill inj -.iriK. .. l : O' MB Hvart, inspired by the play of the same name. n-lifT"/"'" *"""<< ""' %  Irv, " I M itu.lished son. whose the same first name — Windsor, the movie roil see above. HMTIZH" 1 "" U ht Br en ' • 'hat old girl .le inemorable by Stephen 17. If JOU knew |ik tntskcen, maktaf,^ makes lovely women lovelier— and gives a flawless radiance to the woman who cannot take her beauty ^^A for granted Bring back, my | 8. Oh, lit gtvi |)M tit live .|!.iin thr It.v.'lv past. 9. do. raj any more. 10. is there anything than to be in Carolina with 11. Weary looks, yet tender, speak their fond farewell. T2. Oh what a pal was 13. When you and 1 were young, 14. -—, sweet as apple elder. 15. sweet B roera. 16. I wonder what ever became Fo ui-. 5. O My Darling. the m.nri daughter. •> %  Another darling. Gray Laurie? 19. like I know 18. She gave her promise true upon Maxwell ton's braes, In One Line w <* worn over a black dress wi:h eyelet-hole embroidery. The jack<•! had enormous sleeves with lace dress "PIERETTE" was black italic and tiny covered with large satin spots. A white guipura with .straight ikirl fullness falling from a dropped r'^'li^'T "'^PSMSt shoulder line. This dropped over the shoulders. The sarne tulle, and ai en, lu. , \ %  shoulder, with fullness coming heavy white lace forme,, ,"bodice ,ust above the elbow, was freless top for a navy blue pure sllk hel .luently used on coats and lackels. dress with tiny lltUng jiuket. A pure silk talTetu was in most of the dresses, the huge bustle tow eaacaded dowi Zi skirt sleeves were neither very short, the back of -NIGHT SKY" ., with loose %  „„..„ erbund h7 nor elbow length, but midway benavy and white pure silk taffeta "HOPE" the twecn the two. Necklines were with low Deck, and tiny vest of white or(a NotUMharn Blfkwr and often buttoning startlace. ,. lace dress The uiiv luce ,, ket ed at the neck and finished at the "MID-CENTURY BLUES" hud DIM neatly over a very full skirt hem either in the front or back. „ tucked top and tucked sleeves, with a set of tucks. ti„ The models that gained apand a short massive skirt comMCtton of lace, and then tucks plause from a critical audience p 0scd 0( i ayer upon | avcr o[ rouna tb> ,„.,„ | 1( ., H .. llh he lore were the evening and party handkerchief points. It was made Ir.eket the bodice stood out stiffdreajer TrefoU wu white cm„, purc slUl orga nia, light as a ly la lueks. ILLUSTRATED broldered organdie. buttoned Ie athcr. Midnight blue Notlingl,..:, like a coat over a white base. ,,wi (Qver lame, floating pink Sleeves were elbow-length and "MONTEGO BAY" was a long Spotted tulle, grey rayt,,, ". cuffed. A huge black entwheel tight dress in white lush linen and drop pt on to %  hat was worn with it. "ASCOT buttoned from the neck right bodice, made dream-like dresses. BLUSH" Blue Gown. 2. 1 Wajhirtoroii .Square. This can l„the hasis of an amusing party pastime. II v, naM win,', good on the piano, play mat „ nftt and ?H2SI il"'? l o ,he suosl wh rcctr largest number cord~Fi yew MsUUllp 14 Id* II Bkkfj ,, v • Am.)*. Ukasral i :* % %  jh 19 Alico 30 ItoM rimSUEKN IIQVID 4\it t Ht: Mr m JuC\&iA\AA \/k>VOV\A IN t SHADtt . ONLY KOM COILINS UMITID. HiDCilOWfi LUXURY PERFUME .^. uu luiaaju lawiu IM .iv.r. II1U1 U VAUM, m.m BSet wis be R "-' -%  •" 5 -" Was a ftaV V blue flnc rlbbed (lown tne back nnd le vinbuttnn'MAIDEN'S Uas worn over Ikbek and while line check (Jacket with bloused back i T p %  silk :md wo ' coat wom over a *** al ""' klu s ' •flo* WUdllf. appropriate name for a pink tulle ' dress in white cotton with bands Sleeves were .short an.) poclo of guipure lace inserted from were huge, with bands uf iparkcomposed entirely of hi yoke to hem. ling red beading on them. chief points. Tulle ami ihiikiv rda nffers one the most challenging and interesting unicursal Tou are to draw the design in one continuous line, wtQsNl eroaaing or retracing any part ol %  Another challenging test: close your eyes and try to draw a five pointed star within a circle. plaited to form an oft the .' %  Id at one by .i MIVH strap. . I :abrics was Iga and mauve shot pure silk taffeta, with an onion-skin effect. it dress was %  crinoline Of Whita organdie with three HU,\M III \M\, \ (Barbados Mixture) 100 lb.-, oi, ctj |KM t BALANt ID poi LIK1 i | i D (Barbados Mix; " lbs.—7cts. par lb i (IKN 40 cts. per 100 lbs. (ex Held) — 00 cts. per 100 lbs. OATS IIUD) $10.54 per bag of 160 lbs.^7", cts. per lb. 100 within Stnr !" I^_ ijiJ-^""'"'-** -The liiuiu.,,Mar is Speneer Tracy, your reach always h fragrance ot *n expemive pertume adl now Goya put. hi* pertumei into tin/ handbag Warm, voluptuous No, uikxis (or >0 ur ga,-going mood; romantic hi: Gaidenu ; iparkling, open-air Goya Heather. ft the i Hn1.1, • %  > t *r|iii|t IRSI AID fit fid Indigestion HAI-py Blrthda/ 10 riobcrt tier, in ihe WeMbury Road. I*I uiw to NO : Your Cott of Living Bonu. for Thursday Friday S Satuday Usually NOW AsM. II. in/ Baby Funds a U I r. ,nii u[ \, li. al Small :I0 28 1.0.1. (learner 22 20 PEAK PBSAN8 MAKTINI • CRAfKKKS I M l-KAK KKKA.SS TWIGLETS .... 1.22 ( AHHS CHEESE CRISPS 1.1)2 AI.VA RASPBERRY JAM 53 IIEMA MDI.SsM.s 23 CIIIVERS O. E. M SUM A I. U>l. 47 COOPERS OXFORD MARMALADE (3 Bottles SALTED PEANUTS 72 Boxes FULLERS SHORTCAKE .. 1.4S Tins JACOBS SELECTED IIIMUITS 2.00 Boxe. CADIUKVS CHOCOLATES l.'.l'J I'REMHU SOAP II. SKIS ,... J2 IIIRIIYS SOAP FLAKES JS 1.1 X BOAT I LAKES 24 ( LO/.ONE tor Washinu Mathine. .17 RINSO 15 Tins SWIFTS l.t M IIEON 111 I I wilh Cereal 50 Tins PALETHORPES MEAT ROLL 59 Tins PALETHOUPES SAUSAGES .52 .. SWIFTS VIENNA SAUSAGES 21 .. SALMON ,4* JAMAICA ORANGE JUICE 44 Tins PEARS 51 APRICOTS 5t .. PEACHES 57 ., BLACK CURRANTS % „ STRAWBERRIES 95 .. APPLE SAUCE 73 FRUIT SALA D 68 Bodies ZESTO PICKLES 54 FRENCH CAPERS 4S Tin. 1 RENCII MUSHROOMS .... M aSPABAGUS CUTTINGS ... .37 CDLDMADEJTDHES,



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I'M. I IOIKTKEN Sl'NDAY ADVCM \ I 1 SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5. lfc, Commonwealth Scores 403-9 BOMBAY. Feb. 4. %  :i,.nwea.th cridcettft, batting all day and averer HO runs an hour, scored 403 for the 1 st a Bombay XI here to-day when their three The bowling of the Bombay %  vear. wit severely put iv although S P. Guptc did l" to clslm five of the 144 n \ Ihe Am wicket. La.cr %  %  itn, added 106 in 71 mi tides for the third %  Place mishit the right arm would have bee i ... of the tour. b i %  lours. ii .he next over. Gu| ng hit H fouri in a itaj % %  %  : %  and all Ix and i.\* --1' and Diiwke. the nil .rtcl ihen lavirigston want %  %  •'. give nil butaman some valuable batting practice in %  %  for the fifth 'unofficial* Test which .starts in Madars on February 17 Gupte. a young Bombay Col:.'. uowUng caw .veil, dmrml his s arl i 144 in 31 oven. In one spell of 24 oven 1 after lunch, he took 4 ft r || 7 —Itruler Comt right in—nil Iwdship ii espoctiftg you— A ImseChild *****" Is Roberto? Si. Kitts Won 3-1 Victory B.G. IMayers At Practice : %  ... d specta: noon at Kenitt tlndIntercolonial Th^ j\ew Records en getting but Skii. 10 be etence The he played %  %  with force occasion SetAtB.E. Games %  %  of the bli when Public \ot \ establish yel aiiottx pire Games record when her 4 %  immers MPC4 yards rcla.\ 44 9 sec-. The previous record .I.I.I i (our mlnutei 4H | 1938 New Zeal.. third NM /calami Wm .aland took I %  ond and England third. Australia and (ft* Mil \iv % %  uslied a iw A Bm| •rtnruni hai heat in 89.4 atO. Wuilfred Oriflu %  %  %  Mem. It ROME Feb. 4 |OgJ HI Bergman : i two-day-old boy. lab at heie clinic today %  . m .nth if necessary" to escape a .irmy ot photographers i %  a lists. A special Police guard at the .inherit* Clink today kept reporters from getting near i %  i baby an the pail : dodged cameras ano e\er since she arriveo Film Director. Robertr man I love and .•HI several hourI %  i -:man anc %  %  Ii living in U ill ng journalists, reported today Miss %  ktag rapid proTh li'Ile DCQ tentatively named '. HI ba christened as a I .itholie. on Hnssellint' 1 b 'ice If Miss Bergman holds true to her plan to stay a month at the instead ot the normal ten cays, the babv will probably be %  nod in the Vina Maralready filled with I ladtofa nations and roaasl A transatlantic battle 1 • i> loomed mean* follow ine. the anm i v hi Ivier Lindsu. Ingrld'l husband, that he woul i_ want (laa BcigmanV i <* action against him goo? through. In formed %  OUTCM hen •hat lefallv the boy's future wil%  But, Rossellini ep the babvI Btrgjman, ST KITTS. Feb. 4 The final game of Inter-presiriential Sports took place a: Warner Hark this aftenMnntserrat played foothal agalnal si Kitts. At U the first half Montserrat was i n hut St. Kitts had scored one %  Ml In the second hi st Kitts two St Kitts w-.ii thre* Ti. wlnirai <>r thr f.*.tball toot Dament arill be decided on goal average. The Antigua and Montserrat teams will leave homes by V | \ — (C.r) Britain Is Split Wide Open From f" ,orked in peace and n . oveiy—but I warn you thai M.ih rtancf lives. nlch Is ... tor the politicians I ihe little ""lent parties hvlded would l| to BrIUin. !" ,* ,„riod o( Fr,n,h politics in Wes.' accordance character nor v. I h the srin. (acts of on. We frame supporting country. A woman, who tried to inter. hurchlll with about Kin iwpold of %  ns. while - ;<*' k, "i elected from the to stop In the ,.l brought a chair • % % %  d was sitting .: aid "I w addressing tie L.rself. from the The woman, who w.is bv now held rlrmly by her arm Iv stewards, contin K meeting King — ".cuter BARBADOS i AIIII *i IB FLANNEL DANCE • KI< kit a rooTB*n < i rwquMt U*. pa*ur M to %  %  DANCE to b* Iwld in ttovovr o* U>e RRIIKN OlIANA (IKKflMI ,l' livi P4BK .in aatAi raamn Mu.tc b> Mr Clvi* OM Dvtnnf f p m asmsasiOM %  n grnu CREPK I>E cBun II. Whit*-, Gold. Pink and Blue at $1.15 per yg, BfUr?. RAVON* In IVhite. Gold, Green lire in j| >, ( sM \ I !\EN in White. Grey. Gold Raw a t $!.?• %  €,,! CrciSM nesUtine jnil "shrunk PriMit P-r lC |IKO.\:UAV IIIIISS SIIOI* Pclice ^and Concert TahU> Tennis Starts Soon % %  Cllt f.t %  %  %  %  %  Rain Washes Out i'Lix In Trinidad I .iv, ell TIN UK | .J ..'I. ...I ..ti. 1.1-. L yard*. I %  If ti %  %  : i R> table). %  .1 Ti. I w iv Qi ichv (Austi Haaaena' 1M yards: BUrfcland Three Did Not (^om/M'le in Varna J I A >.s aattaa nd) T.. letiand > Feb. 4. did not oomiiisii JUM ,\,rld lour v. n RenUr with I Ii — RewUr Sq unxin g The tivet Still Man I sugar from the beet will be possible with a ptu cess of treating former w...t. i %  Dl uureanes th> uajH from I by about luur pouni: ; %  %  %  %  Uutton which annuall) m about 3.000.000 galloi.: A Vt ;.ni nf chlo"M iii the i This d. %  i separation BO non-sugar inipurilie. iill concentration of val sugar that remains In thi %  -ii be reeovered ilnce the tted water may In ad (or sugar extraction in stead of being discharged a waste i The \\ nether IOIIII ^un KIMS I. :J am. sun SrUi b.5 p.m. l.lllillDI b ill p.m Hull mum Ml mi p.m Moon (LH| Quarter I ruar> 9. IHIBUI Kainfall .( o .riralon i tm i.iji r u i t....in in ftmWi dai 41 In. Iriii|irr4lurc I Min I Ig.J F Hind liirclio. |l ami f. II in i I "Mid \eloeils S mile, p h.ur Haromrtrr It im M I ill i m I .'57 THE DRILL HALL P 11: WEDNESDAY. Ktn TT.T "lice and iciilcr llie direcfion of Capt. C. E HAB" A.i: Don; : VAItl. I HIOOBAMH An I uf the BISLEY riiND 1/8 ADMISSIOlf I! K.r.. II.iiigii I ',:;'.',','.>.'.'.'.'''•'''•' %  '•'•' %  '''•' %  For Ladies who are thinking of Travelling DOE asms HARRIS TWK.rDS HOMES?! I for cosltlttte wear PLAID SPUNS for SUir'.s IMITATION CAMEL HAIR ALL WOOL TRAVELLING Rl 3S Sec our Tweed Department Tn-day. CAVESHEPHERD&Co.,Ltd. 10, 11. 12 & 13, BROAD STREE: They'll Do It Every Time FORGET ArxV r THAT FILINS t l?USiU r.CCK& / <3iMKjy ON Tec oo. { TvW My l£TJEtl& DSSO KtEPS HE THINKS SHE'S LQ-VFINS WHEN SHES VvORKiKlG AT THE FlUNS CABINET/ ANP THEN I WWT i f VOOTOPCAFEW ERRArJOSFOBME. 1 FILING IS UNIIeSttRTAMT.' ^Iir WHEN HE WANTS To FiND SOME FORMER. CORRESPONDENCE -WOW' By Ji mini THAT FEATHER HEAD NEV>ER FILES ANYTHIN6! LEAVES E\fcRVTWN6 a. yea DESKORONT2 OF THE CABINET' WHERE IS SHE ? 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SUNDAY. I I BBI uty I'M.I IICIIT -I Ml\\ XflViM IN Saturday Night ( kPfTAL LETTEIts .._ H. >i. Mae-Co*. vou will; you ,,, a.il. BUM, wo !" dp[ T w l„; monocle gad nbnwll .-.-.uniting) doS c-iming :rew S ol the Gordon 'iUSd lon £ .nough to explain last th* girl m -.tic Cordon irtwi • lie hri'-k'iou-" models in Paris—Ariel:Talking About Music . The Demand Is: Works Only' K. RoaMfe gMJBI 1 MAIS WITH ihe t yp e wrlWf lays W a rtp*tin**il %  the roay land cxcrpi in : memor* Sur*l> he KM lonn iM p "tartar (—-—( ortVi" *<•' %  ,• '<" rrafonobie diaartbutinn. The youoj. man he was vague %  aW -D-mi o we ken hi" MO I f* 11 *ink Hr stahmah MlUc on lo I M-i. vQuaimancc that it ^ with *ble gin. and • uand-iead*-^ n ^.^ ot he had learned le ,,' *uh their mxr* ^ter with the American Red ^ -nev plaved their. ,' ~ ,„ uur the war Kind amd -Y.., A i-o^flui orcnuytto-.' W M> i ', tnat Parb i* to^a^ with larvc u %  ..wMfed worlt.*£yT to pc to Coiro /or air in* I had ^ Ad me on on. but aeeepwd ,, R | Croat AmertoW-j I hack to lend renewed ... ,,motrat. wpIK r t tfl in* 1 mpatient Gordon ZX^ "The*, wa. a commouon at the 3 bSkahoa. juat door. The throng parted to dU%  •.: (I1 ,st Germain %  !„• the tUMt'o htm. I -,'xhelmo" A: :mpi*ly roclumal busman • ft ££ rm nuacu e ceUar charged up%  ; "fao 1 rfaiUr wi. %  — asa Thamaa-no* log j seat behino m ., %  lable ;•: %  buttons had been snipped off by Armstrong joined us He is apprehensive o 1 admirer* %  incomprehensible jargon of the and igei taoie *< %  •• w '.he be-oopper. Bu• brightened. %  -bop il ff. Oral nen you {Minted % % %  But, • m I cant But if --ation Is needed concerning f tally of aeeking r> -I had it In plenty next .^nd was i e d or • but peii-mn—i nno ii in p*-m> u '.rCoU-Jumpina Mrv roat one of E h T BKR8 i* a difference and a etkm, not yet recorde %  ggu other psychology, between the 'behaviour of subscribers to concerts and *uhto circulating libraries —and concerts stand in relation %  no of music exacll> i ukitnik libraries stand to literature in general. %  ubaenven to the circuLaflnfl iibrariei. insist on the latest" books, the subscribers to concerts insist on the old stuff vrn. Wagner TchalkovsVv -TchaikoN-sky for prnies. and the fifth pian-> concerto If Greig had not composed his piano concerto and if Tchaikovsky had forfov.' compose the most famous pun.. lonrerto of all. and the fourtii pho naw. There will be a refreshin change for us next TY when, at the concert of the London Philharmonic OfthMtn shall hear Mahler's The Song o: rth. This is the only wort. .hier's which has had l sympathetic hearing lo country in Central Europe especially Mahler (am eri are accepted as amoni the greatest—at leaM. they wer. so accepted once on a time. ago I was i st a Sunday morning cor. Vienna and Klemt* about to begin thr Ninth Bymarms outstretched. %  %  %  ouajn w evei I an apocalypse Began t.S..l> A %  %  %  %  to his hantnan symphonic style. He real Itook over the hearltage Schubert There is nothing his music of the Beethove .(1-ethieal standpoint; aj t.riamly he was never one of tr-' Brnhmsian bourgeoisie. In The Song of the Earth h sang the swan-song of nineteenth-century romanticism. Bu' he was one of the first la against this same luseiou romanticism. In the second and •hird movements of the Ninth Symphony we can And a prophetic hint of the wrath to come I are given a foretaste of thr percussive acidity of contemporary music oid £4,000,000 A Year N, lelai Pr**w* A NEW man--ith-th*-biggst-income-in-th*-world COm H,rannual"n^m i. probably Umftttan any man's h, iv b^n It is just short of i4.00fi.000 a year : roughS'K month' £70.000 a week, or £6 & for ev^y minute of ever)' day. And it free ol all x """ "; some two-storey department of rept whet he cares to impose upon j^^,j^, ID j many primorj lumselt. o*...wh Q.r schools. new Croesus is Sheikh sir Wucuoo %  free, but not comAhmad al-Jbir as-Suhah. K-CS^i. vutKry Briihter boys are sent of Kuwait. He rules 100.000 sub5J"J"£.in> for further education ,ects in t0 square miles of sand sr u>Kr •No energy ..poor appetite sir ranm .- ^— -— £ 1.000.0*0 distillation plant which will five Kuwait its own water and may even roll back the centuries to the years of Abraham when the desert was green. 0— J f 4 as srtta ether ol the wwtr. richest men. his l%  Met hutaaasihrnr' '* %  u_, Mws frem eU. Reports just publMhed tive he first definite indication of the Sheikhs wealth Oil gushes from r^SuntrTat the rate 0*1.1M.4J0 _>-—,(K m*l l mi uia; n<>t"" ,II ^ Uoua ^^ ioottt M y,,, "Britain protects his country an I new wealth with some ngUrlnn. kflp, political agent there believing that what Allah has luonlv etty. the w.portol PHOSFERINE THE GREATEST OF ALL TONKS FOR Dapr*ess.on, Debility, Indifejtie*. S/sap i a isn si T and after Influenza. | I Pkanrtf-rioe is srailable in Tshiet sad liquid Sw-ja, I \ Mystery B UT too much has been wnt<'. the austere anc\ pathological Mahler. That Li wish that in England v.might hear not only Th* Earth, but as frequentl. Symphonv. It Is a mystery to mi rock isn't one of the world favourites. It is full r>( • Indies. Then %  ting 5eher*o Thenof the most beautiful slow ments in existent' Afl linalr ealbl for a solo sopi.I sing of the delight' i Of Heaven, .T ptrad ..• %  Il bettrr WOUl the routine will persist, remaining the same thing tha n is changed, while our COIKI go on eondurtinp 'i WORLD CCPYWRtOITT RKLondon E.rj>ress Sender III e-mi-is.-. — "-^^—--B Ka*i'%  typleal Arab Mwn. surraanded on thrff st4 b> s waH 15 ft. thleh and on the fourth by the sea. Before oil was found Kuwait had remain*centuries, writing its history slowly in pearls and poverty, in •he breeding of fine horses, and :he building of the tawny leak .ihows which once brought its Mac supply. This water came in gpat-skiru from 50 given Allah may as readily take away. But he has made some concessions to the Western fever whuh has flushed the face of his country. He has a motor yacht, a gifi ore OU was IOUIKI i^unn •••* %  —Z ,~ ~", remained unchanged for and he occasionally;a te nd> the horse races organised b> employees of the oil compan>. But he himself owns no horses. He has, naturally, become the target of those who would help him exploit his money. On his one visit to this country iter came in goat-sKin> w * !" •—" !" "?.' vVJ.A mile? down the coast 15 years ago. he met the Ring. radio, and went to the j Id at a rupee a skin. OH Has Brought Them Luxuries bought dentist. Recently a group of speculatoi s j .-.- •„ ..i-oi-aMt him in •rtarting a Luxurtes lried t0 inieTttt him in starting a Sow ml has changed all tnni. It ptrin of n^^horsea. They showe.i ought luxury cars and him a (iIm of the Derby, radiograms, chromium plate and He watched politely, L He watched politely, but at th.end expressed an interest only in the peculiar gesticulations of the tic-tac men. His family life is traditional. water a day. His family life is traditional. red and straightene*: [n accor dance with custom, he ha^ main street of El more lnan on wife, and man;| kaaaaai vnn niDaTutaYranaH • lighting. II has ?ld fr dlesel tankers which bring in lta.tta sallons of water a day. %  main ^tr-.. — — Where once meandered Ln ,idren. ihe dark men of the desert, herdp^ | n j\\ His Dealings mg their goats now stand white., nave a n upon hl reIurn Soon oil w,l pave triaftratti E1 Kuwait nd shut out the sand that has lffle b ulr .fted through the town for ages Builds A Fine Modern Hospital The fantastically rich sheikh ha^ • >pened a fine modern hospital •vHh 150 beds under a British medical officer. There is a hand"He la fair In all his deal Ings. and has not let his immense wealth go to his head. "He is proud that his country II BOW rich, and considering tr short time he has had the he has done a lot for h the money his people t — L r S i DOES DM PureSiWiknn %  severe cases .-f JandrulT and thinning ha,r As a daily ro ** Sdvikrin Hair Tome I S,Ivans. Hktfi risroraJ chmhn. ***/****> aafai SMkrta Uaaratartw Lid., l-asdaa. N.w.lt, *Qm -,-,.,-,-.-,-,. ,-.-,v...-.'----.*.*-'-'.'-'•*-*-'-'-*-*'WE OFFER ..„.-M Two Thermos Flasks .nn %  •: ;• THERMOS EHEA.T TWINKi I \ "te. *; -.11 be found useful, aJ; 'KET MATCHES ;. o I BOJrUI'S Matl MUG STUMS LTD. { I Broad Street and Hastings. (Alpha Pharmacy) | [niiii unimiT .-^^J >-,,.•.....-.-.-.•-.-.•. %  .•.-.-.-.•.-.•.v-.-.--.-.---.->-.-.-.-'-.-.---'--''-'--'-'-'-'INDIGESTION? Try Just ONE DOSE of .MACLEAN BRAND 1IOMACH K1WDER rchcTet Flatuleace, I Iran burn. Nausea and stomach Pains due to Indiaetuon. Prove il yourself today 1 Bulbs ture you get genuine MACLEAN BRAND STOMACH POWDER with ihe signature < ALRX. C MAU-bAH". DIESEL ENGINES ALl STATIONARY 6 MARINE DUTIES nit branug tlee lalerDalisiuaiU famous name, an .it.tnji nhaiU iaraaa througbmil llir Mtirlti 'ii laud aud aea. There a M/. mi V/m lr I-^.^> .hiiv I li>> -i> I rillgr f (io*ers from I, la 1.440 111. (IMIIAI KIINDRV LTD. DISTRIBUTORS Startling Predictions In Your Horoscope Your Real life Told Free Would you UM to fciww %  txxi what lha Stare mdVaW lor you %  om? ol your pat wpifuncf' youi ittoria I>1 waak polnw. OICT H^T* I* vojt chane* u> teat PVXX Uie <-UI of Pvoidl. lWi. Indw't moil laireua A>tro)oa*'> who b> -wl" %  ih? ancmit i(* to tafahd purpoM* hll buill uo r. oavi%  Ma ii-p.iu.ua*>' NOW.' PROOF that brushing teeth ^aahaSt directly after eating with ^^ electric lighting accessories ai Uw HU pfaarUCv *tV1 conlaiiri-d m i %  NMMpaa laUoa. 1'mai.co* Love I t'.-.-.dBnaasi* LaManMi Tt• l>. Chan*?* %  tali .i '. **1 irlMlt—i poopla "i* orw MACKBV ol Naw Yof b11*\oa that laaaai niuii PCIMOM aoaaa aorl o( aawoixliighi To popuiawiaa hla arBtotn Tihora nB | •rod f ou KHU ur Aanwl lt>ii.r?ui-ott v-'ar* wn In" fvam* IHT. Mr. or Mna. %  doraw and data ol Mrta .11 (karli wrt*a>o b> >oula*l' No I %  %  .. %  icy wanWd lit Aiuoloccai work. ooaUSV airbut a*nd M inBPO. >r. v SU.mpa or Colnai lot tbit>on>T) .*•* %  rconulat and OtMar Intaraaiu \oi >*iU bo MHaHod al UM r?r^-kabi* accuiacy ol hka auiotaonu gtbout ou and ttnt* now w thi* 0or miv not bo raado aaaaa. Addrfo I'VNDIT TABOHfi I>ei 112B !%  ••• HC bombt) 2d. India l'o*ta#e ASTHMA MUCUS Loosener First Day COLGATE DENTAL CREAM HELPS STOP [ TOOTH DECAY Exhaustive Reswirch by Eminent Dental Authorities Proves How Using Colgate Dental Cream Helps Stop Tooth Decay lefore it Starts! Da* hag aiiaeka < %  .in ptas p HoC NBV d •aarfT an* cat trrtng it %  •die In a ! i ntbout %  :<• %  BV E.C. Lighting Al P ic well ileMgncdaodeasy i>> iistsll. They will taa i urne jinl enott, uid n^ an.l elnaetU >ervite. The:. accessory for r\c. an switch to Uotphoioci aUMthO. MEN_, B oat a ._, 1 or arpraj. bat arorta J tha Wood, ihiia rpacMsf tha laacs and bronchial taboo. Tha Srai doco atoru bolpi'!* BiJura Immadtaulr > "are l H-'pa '.oooon and ro, m ihkw atrajig: '$ r-ui-uo 7 Thua promitaa''??r br?" t a!•Bora rafr?'.'ni aloap 1 Hit>* alkviU? ao-ifhipf. wbiiaiaa f Qigi.K MI 'a i -ii or mo t%*arart*l Ui MENDA' •hoaaaat P-ia*. %  THE CITY GARAGE TRADING CO. LTD. BRIDGETOWN. BARBADOS ~?V M£SfNT.NC fhf IHC CO ITO. m %  "" %  > U | SEW GOODS 1 \\ .• iifli-r this week • S GALVANISED BATH J TIBS J I S Ual I BASINS WASH I PS % M s \M a fa. ^ Far THKi AD r'*"TPIO vrn 111 I i inr.i\<; MaTTAI riivono MOD IK Hirnui %  wsvmww'WA'WWWSJ %  ,•.'.•.*.:•.'•• %  • %  '•• %  • %  %  •wow a hfm>.liig)l>aaiiH %  '.!-• %  ua two vein ,u. [17^-^n-li among university men and womtn — thr u.i.-t proof in all dentilricv retH>. tooth Jeeav. I ml. r tlie ilirodion of I I '"" %  IMS thaaji l.ru-hixl ihe.r laatt uilli dental can-. 1> Ihe (goavp uaino in number of < | Thv i.tti. ,,.,1 T(1 w IV much higher rate. caused hv mouth acid ,1 tbafg %  1. U'li. II ion bgtjat lire. IK • '. arkati food panicle-often b HO OTHf. OlNTlSaiCS os'ias MOO. ot THUS USULTS The Most Condus*" ) In All O.nlltrlc. Hasaort* 0" TII.. i %  l >"""!!*!.', "rfaa* ..iiilii-nl" "f ^^ \„iuk i'l "" M f t ^ .,., ckanf > clcaiiniiiaction. cJall made ^\T*^ is IIHproved am 1 t. h*4aWT^ (iURPUN Always use Colg^_ CleanYourBr.ilhWhJeroaClfl** and HELP STOP TOgg



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PAGE i \M i SUNDAY ADVOCATE AQI ATH CLUB OXEMA iM.mb.r Only) THURSDAY al 8.30 p.m. •jon\ i.ovi:s MARY" Starring RUN %  %  JACK CARSON EDWARD ARNOLD WAYNE ana iucing PAT.;; Btedg %  %  %  .-. %  %  %  %  %  .',: % % %  % % % % % % % % %  % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % %  %  % % %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  '<: OIPIIII: THEATRE NO amn TODAY, MOMMY, ami WEDNESDAY $ al Ml p.m. $ "HOLLOW TR1LMPH The story of a man who murdered himself and lived to i |R. and Mrs. Frank lilackburn and their two were Intranslt passengers od M* GolrHo" yesterday for Trinidad. Mrs Blackburn formwly Miss Nfsrgaret Saint, is the daughter of form and Lady Saint, and uef Research Officer of Caroni Ltd. They have been in England for about live months during his long le.'vc. %  • > After Stren Months M R and Mrs. G Barnard of S Lucia, returr mgtit by UM "!.r!> pending Qnvdb CaUm WOMEN OLYMPIC \n SHOWS TODAY. MONDAY and WEI>M>1V\Y al 9 p.m. %  tin raw • par KEI %  utui HUM IUUU sum uu stwsun HOW llll A I III NO SHOWS TODAY. MONDAY ami \M.1'MI>U al 7.30 p.m. MINI: OF uu cutr N You are My Valentine fAN SATURDAY 11th. the V/ Women's Canadian Club have organised a Valentine Dance which will be held at the Marine Hotel, and will be In aid of local charftiat "The flower shop" will be open from 6.30 p.m. so that your boy friend can buy you a corsage before the dance starts, and during the dance a very attractive selection of Valentines will be on sale at UM Valentine Post Office, and they wlIT be delivered by the Club's own Post-boys and girl* Tables around the oallroom ..—* may be booked by telephoning E to one of the anginal f ,JJ Anttwny Lewu Bt 21J5. and TCA. plane whfc icd home la* Nelsen" tfter about seven montl"* : e :s guests at the Hotel Royal. Mr Barnard who is a retired planter, had come'over *n the InI his health. An Extra Day FT J-'the I UA. plane wmen arf tl|| lvaillble |, you wL h !h. JgfcS'lare interested In Br.dge you can S^flS'S iSLSL & book a table br calling Mrs laved 24 hours and passengers for I yot t'ts fob. dear, ft seems to hare pJentv of opportunities.'" Barbados Looks Strange M R and Mrs W.-ilter Rodriguez and three child!Georgetown. British Guiana were arrivals on Tuesday by B.W.I.A. for about two months' holidav. Acot mpanylr.g them was Mrs. P. D'Andrade. mother Of Mrs. Rodriguez. They are all staying at "Accra". Roekley. Mr. Rodriguez, an empi< Ferreira and Gomes, merchants of Georgetown, was in Barbados 20 years ago. He told Carib yesterday that the island looked trtrann*' to him as so many improvement had been made including the ererI a number of modern buildings. He is now here for a good rest and is looking forward to a verv pleasant slay. • mm sr\i>AY. ni uq VHv — — %  —i^l Cay West Indian Painting, Particular!,? At the Museum A NEW book F *| M R. JOHN HARRiSONS exht* %  by RoSh/'VJ ; %  %  %  I the Muaeun weeks The exl-ibiti i ,k called T.LJ? 1 ^ 30 oil paintings. 15 % %  • % %  'JMratagTS and book The paintlnt photographj !" ings are full of life and colour, \'sited i iu ^ and Uteri her of Bar•"'• before, an a badlan scenes Visitors to the Paiticulaiiy road island in quest of soiv. %  than a souvenir should not mis* the exhibition. Mr. Harrison is the Art el the British Council, West i In London and Paris. The first exhibition "t his work was held in l,ondon in 1938. Since then he hiis held one-man txfa I "ndon, M,r"l. and Kingston, Janl book-illustrator a> well v '£"* !" L What ,, L*4ea Imu J#'H For Methodiat Synod M Intransit Bermuda and Canada had to re"•f !" at !" ? 2 m turn to Bridgetown. It is underThe usual games of chance stood another plane will be arrivhave been arranged with some log to-day for these passenners new additions, and there is no nnd bringing trie necessary equipcharge for the coffee and *ar.dment to rectify the trouble MeantVUt.gti which will be served. while the prospect of having to spend another day in Barbados did not seem to bother many of the passengers. TNTRANSIT on the "Golflto 1 i yesterday for Trim:ad spa /roiessor James Evans, his wife and two children. He Is in the Agricultural Department of th AND MRS HERBERT Imperial College of Tropical n tH Griffin earn Agriculture in Trinidad Hu wifBarbados and Trinidad Districts, holida — % %  .— ...._..... .._.. a>—w I •><•* Uov H*r#0." Back to Doaniniea R ETURNING to Dominica las! night by the "Lady Maw was Mr. I N Shillingford. Chairby Pierre Herbort (John Lehmann. 1948. and his drawings t ^[. have appeared In many period!ih fR. J. O. TUDOR, Mr. V. B. Si. John and Mr. E. A. Clarke. Lay Representative! of the James Street Circuit, left for Trinidad yesterday evening by BW.I.A. to attend the Methodist Synod which opens on Wednesman of the Banana Associat Board. He had spent about Iwo weeks' holiday here and was Btaj ing at Abbeville Guest House painter. He illustrated! "Halcvon" J ar U 3L l ? loi3 : Cyril Bljk.'JJ cals including New Writing", K!S, ''"*'• wl * and "Ballet." Mr. Harriscn Jiart also written many crll * on art. which have appeared n New AoooiJ!! I French. Engliih and West mdlan JT IS ,,MZ publications !,| r Smith. 1M5. Mr. Hanism, joined Taii'rli, Ji"!! !" "* the British Council, and was Art „-,_"• Hm '"' 0Z Ofllcer In French Nortl •'I'l'-lnUM 1I,S Barbadoi it the Place until 1946. In 1947. he was ap, f^aL iLl? "* ^W Radio Distribution Firit Manager m Tranquillity. VfR. AND MRS C. H. B OARpointed Art OHleer ,„ the Wesl Smilh ,s „„ ESSIS iTlLAND Irom Ottawa plan to Indies. He is well known in Ba:educ-L nh "* day February spend a month here. Several peobados by his lectures and talk Leaving later will be Rev. Erp | m Canada have told them. "If on Radio Uitt : B\ifR AND M oc n&*~ z^&titt&SL daunhler Co.ahe They arn.cl from Barbvios. Ther are re!" rt c !" b,. £ J. B-IBrooniw. --yesterday by T.c A .and a.e.ia>turning (torn long leave in Mr and %  Vg"''*^ *2i MakeiitEa.y H d Cnnu H m r Mr "H""^^ andl^" AND MRS Z ANDERM;E Bryan. |IVI SON from Toronto arrived rjyesterday by TCA., for a month a •>• %  • 'holiday Mr Anderson is Oaneral Manager of North American Life Assurance Company The direct beo-;ie,„n. British Gu/.n.a^ ^"sPEND about ten days in J^J'^X' SSSuS. SET arrived on Friday by the Lady I Barb ados comes Mr. and sa ,i al ;.t the Ocean View HotaL Mi Whitmell was the first Manager o( Radio Distribution in Barbados, and he is very glad 1o be back on this short visit. He is now General Manager of he Midland Shipyards Ltd, in Ontario. Canada, and his BUpcompleted To Spend Four Months M ISS BERYL HAZ1.EWOOD. i * 5 Health Visitor of the City Public Health pepartmen'. After Ten Year*: Ten Dayi as educated al Ru j ;;"!"m ta.ll nt lo go s>mewhere for a Among the pur.;. ; '• ,ln J" "* <*ein| Barbados is the place to Harrisons work have \ I)c i i."*'*** Direction des Beaux Art (France! '..,„„ ,„ !" !" law. • Manchester City Art Guile%  and .... the University of the West .ndies. It is to be hoped tha" an example of his work will be added to the Island Collection. "' If" w u au, lo the GoVemoT %  > next year he ^" said. Along with Mr and Mrs 3£Si XS^toXSSXUl Nelson" for. holiday. She will be ^ T L" wild: o" SurrVy." £nggR, B^aUoo, Toronto. They ',u|-,";n"?*n.da: 'K;.! S".Sli^^ ta HSSotra S. 1 .^,t^*t S are staying at,he Ma,,,,,unit in Canada. They n Barbados in 1941. %  * Knows A Barbadian Living in Ontario M lt P J. VALACHOS. who is ted to the Barbados tt Agency arrived yeserday by TCA. He is from. Brantford, Ontario He knows a Barbadian. Mr. Griffith who lives in his home town and is manager if ;i Theatre there. He will te Haying with Mr. P. S. Sheldon. elds." St. Peter. He says they hope to open an ice cream factory here in approximately i ix months time at "Brookdale," Holctown. St Jame< Golrlto." This is her first visit. Mr. and Mrs. Belts but he has been here several times year ." */• %  before: his last visit being about Paid Business Visit len years ago. He is a Civil M R JOHN VIEIRA. Director of Engineering Contractor and they Ernest Vieira and Company w m be staying at the Windsor Limited. Trinidad returned home Hotel. i..y by BW.I.A. after a two-week business visit. He was Maying at the Hotci^Royai Interesting .Story M vere here Ian Firit Vi.it A H JARVIS from Lon-' B.C. Civil Servant Here H OLIDAYING here for about raaka El Mi J. E.. Edwards. Civil Servant of British I Guiana who is clerk In charge ol the New Amsterdam S!<-Ui: l; :. Transport and Harbour Departaent He arrhnad on Friday mornng by th. n" and is J guest of Mrs. Branki : B Street. alal Aduw ee in Keaya.aiKp 7 H hi, Guiana. .<* Chairman of Ci AuocUUa A fTER a brMkii .Y1NG their flrsl visit to the island are Mr. and Mrs. Fredyesterday by the H Since 1881 ERE for some sunshine and a House. Up For Three Weeks Tick Cuello and their little *on. Alfred of Caracas. Venezuela rhev arrived on Monday by B.W.LA. via Trinidad three weeks' holiday Pike C"i'. Ltd.. who manufacture eanvas goods. His Arm. he says, has been in operation since •erday i'v l'CA € Hamlet To-night C ARIB reminds readers that the second part of Hamlet, will be broadcast over Itadio Distribu%  \ening at 8.30 p.m. As Council neadquarters at Wakefleld. will %  ; m 8 15 p.m. n at home j the play. Mr. Aubrey Douglas Smith, : ral Tutor of the W I will once a| a short discussion at % %  the second part of the play. first part of t p m Short Visit to Grenad t S IR THOMAS ;.nd L* I Mi II Woolf. after paying a short visit to Grenada the "Lad) Ai i n io| hart in i ita November last year they are staying nt Sam Lord's. „_ of her relations are still here •ZJS&SrS&JSSS^ They are staying at the Enmore Industries of London. Hotel. don. Ontario, is here for a mon'h's holiday and It a guest at the Marine Hotel. This is his Aral visit to Barbados, but he has been to the West Indies before, having 'isted Jamaica. He is a shoe mcrhant in Ontario. who live in London arrived %  Golflto and .mil be here for about three weeks. They tell an interesting storv about Mr. Smedley's mother. who was a Miss Rudder. She £jJGo., 6.B.I."andV . HartTA SPECIAL r\V^[\mi^T pent the early pari of ner_we in neM relurned to the isiand yes%  ** be the central %  „ teftTa'y morning on the S.l. 'Gol'he St Matthews Church Har\-es1 n QEORGF ^IIU flto". While in England, they a"Festival which will be celebrated 1V1 s, e ntative < %  Ita tended the wedding of Oh programme surveys Ltd.. Comings M il. JOHNGobniksV of the West M Team to tour Bagtagi mer, returned fron q IIW.I.A. on Friday mg part of the ~' Barbados and she was related to the Seons and Wilsons also of SUNDAY: 8.30 p.m. \LLIED ARTISTS Present Robert M1TCHVM and Kim HUNTER m •B E T It A Y t l" ii stairway to Heaven) on-, not K) iESifl^'ipN y YES! they're ment and Welfare Organisation. mn On a Short Visit GLOBE THEATRE TO-NIGHT 8.30 p.m. LOCAL TALENT featuring these Stars MAIKICF. OAY singing Day By Day KII.KKN PAL'LETT singing: Bultons and Bonea KONMK. WILSON -inking Ole Man River NORMAN DOTTIN singing You're Breaking My Heart t'OSKORI) IIISBANDS singing Lavender Blue TONY ARCHER Piano A Medley of Tunes LCC1LLE CRAKi singing I Wish 1 Had Someone OSMOND GRANT singing Careless Hands Plus Music by B DOS 1ST ALL STAR ORCHESTRA Conducted hy Mr. A. Meanuell THE NEW 1950 ENGLISH ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS Mi.ml,i\ Feb. 6th £dwwid, Wly Son (Spencer TRACY and Deborah KKKK) Tuesday Feb. 7th 3 IN 1 CONTEST JITTERBt'G. BALLROOM & TAP DANCING SINDAV 5th FEB. 9 a.m. Callin K Grand All l)ut Audition All Artiste (Singing, Dancing and Otherwise daughter Miss Ann Harkncss to takes place at 4 p.m. Mr. Christian F. E. Stall) at the Savoy Chapel in London. lftn n; Q -,„J. Dr. Harkness is Medical Ad. IUO LHamondS viger attached to the Develop(1 wllh n,oie lhan i0 dto i*nl ami W*1far OrDnnicaiii.n VJ munds at the Dorchester Hotel in London lust week was raven-haired Donelda Narayin Singh, wife of Trinidad-bcn AA H BERT BECKLES. Seer.Q^^ Singh, who owns a mill in Aa tary of the St. Martin's Lancashire. They were attending Episcopal Church and a business lne annual dinner of the A.*sueuman in New York is on a shor: UoTl l(I (X;tilled and Corporate his family in Barbados. Accountants. Mrs. Singh found -o He was host at a party given re„ lfl fcullv i n wearing her 100 dia* l -. lhe "S** Glow Gueit monds. She wore tlve diamonds in a shoulder clasp, surrounded ny rubies: seven In ^ belt pin, mounted in uuld, nine L| two pendant earrings, and 70 4 delicately worked necklace. The .itched a sari of ceri* %  ilk, edge,! with black ..%  ... it material. -returned iromJsi Friday. cently House". Christ Church, which tha many close relatives of his mother were invited along with a few other friends. MM On Business M R. VICTOR H1NKSON. Piarco Correspondent for the "TrmuljJ Guardian", was an arrival on Friday evening b) B.W.I.A. on a short busineu visit and is staying with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Blackman of Cheapside. ;: %  H ON tu ON. R. CH urned from Canada by TCA same flight from CaaaJ 1 i;l.i; i'llo. Jr. M'f It. LISLE ODUn tive ot H P. ( vc-sterday by B.WL Kills on a busmeaii CROSSWt M R. LINDEN, representative of V/edekind NovelUcs. After 35 Years A FTEK spcii(lln|> in the 0 s Flora Revere recenl. BnrbiKios. She if un bolldl is staying at "Bay V Lawrence. Miss B*VI England, was an an.. ,. ;l :lull ,., r day morning on a business visit Ano hcrr „, and Is st-iying at the Hotel Royal. ; .. :i „ cl r m * •"• absenco ol % % %  Firat In 14 Year* RoaUInd Itisbrook. Owing la P AYING his Brst holldav VIM: laona she will I I to Barbados in 14 vears'is Mr. 'or an Indeflnlte pen 3. C. Jones, Senior Sanitary Instaying al Clifton Court, Ouvern%  pector of the City Public Health ">em Hill. Department. Georgetown. Brlttan • Guiana. He arrived on Friduv P rt -o,. morning by the "Ladv Nelson' !" accompanied by his wile who CONGRATULATIONS lo M, last here 17 years ago. Thev ex^* hd Mrs. D. V. B>i. uect to remain for tU months and Soooaton CottafB, Mam. are staying at "Brookdale." Holedens, who celebt.ited Ihotl town. St. James. Wedding armlvi CWVPTOQl'OTE-Here'.. how lo work It: A X V D L B A A X R I. LOM.I'UlllU One letter simply stand* for another. In this example A is usej for me three LI X for the two Os. etc Single ItlUn trophic.,. Ihe length and formation of the words are nil huus. Each day the code letters are different V .: U M N V A C S N 1 V O V M C A K A O N \ t r>|>lcran! tiuotallon %  A N V L C M H N N 0 S L II T L T O H K T C i' ii N VAW///A'/A', .v/.v,v.v,v.v.v. i rtataoail n THAT WHICH IS WN IN THB SOIL BECOMES THE l-ROPERTY OF CHI I %  : 17 ) <" • 1 M 1* 1 r \ liountM i.. A. li wvsrio .. n "i V. WDltCiV ,nu,t be IBM. i II. RMUH 01 r~~ „i. :rom l 10. THIS *J*f 17. 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m r reBBVAKY ISM SUNDAY IDVOt fhat l>a|>|>ns whea Ban people ga on tinstair.? r/iy Make These Stars look Ridiculous? Slay In School. Janet Leigh Su^sts jl*2J the arlisi -'". %  h.ve B5-h.it not I'liiHith parts— *£ %  £ £** heads -I1 l" (l '" %  BK,n tho public Caff haw Vii eojoytal %  :1, W Goldw E Mi '' %  % % %  JSwo to nan thwl -(V I ftm real "'' now LevrMl led popular Ust I food W art. the •' would not agree to the %  tad %  Bikini B) Eyaatei i we! %  n film aetoi ne he had Mrd th* venraue* liftwel i! -led on Hie with more lmp rl BunagenK %  %  oil not Ihe actor, wlio |Mf|.hM(li'i: folio i jfja> chance "i" ime valuable ience. No Fanfare |Hher Tiim l not bet *%  i,ToooftC!: tbi I % % %  I ma arrange I week their as no prewy tmtu I an) and Denholm Elliott In a olum ooit SHHlA f>URRUL Venus Observed. Richard Burton in' that other Fry play at Hanuwramitfa No high-powered publicity either for another ex-Windsor actreaa. laary Kerriuge -whose fine work in B> t t-night cheers recently. These four performances alone could teach most of our young 'ochniquc. But the artists who give them have no tar hiiiiriT— nor %  (pad it. Ily ai[ means let the stud.--> 'ncads encourage) their idle co.ttrmct players to seek more experience on the stage.* %  should be content to let them find their OWn level with the lime:* -hey hove earned It Takes Over Eighteen months ago Sheila Hun-el—young cousin of Sir Laurence Olivier—acted the I-ady whom the King Dublin's Abdication play. %  Utdy who married a king and lost her bead—Anna Boleyn m The While F ihon. which opens • End run at Blackpool 'ii Febn... er from a disappointed young actr e ss Joy Parker, wti i wife. %  Part* bad bai ing the role, excited with big Wa rehearsal dlfflculti In which she hkBJi should end N Joy, however. Manager Frertch tells me he part for her i n anot! • % %  —and hopes she will he ., • Ing again fo r him a or so. Though London did n % %  Abdication. Sheila Bui bar curry black ha it OW voice—made a deep nnD early last vear l n Dark Of the Moon. She was the Anieridley girl who man witch-boy. That imaginative place I Anne Boleyn iepoiie.1 OEM ul the "plum" parts of the I season. DM] Durrell the opportum: BOjOjea | -lie deserve.-: New Life Good West tnd ilinna ami an occasional poor one—run so long nowadays, that the atari 'ire bcpuUlc. I-..test illustration is Brn; For some lime U comedian. Hiram Shi been the only one of the ot ABM ban trio left m I i Now Mr. Sherman, too, bai homesick and an" good-bye to London. An equally likeable Cani actor. Lionel Murton. taker at the beginning of next month. Second . aay, Janet Leigh left college to go into the movies, and she has done alright!" "Of course I have been very lucky, and of course I did quit N.-hool when the first marvellous chance came to me out of a blue sky to appear with Van Johnson 1 -Goldwyn-Mayer 7 R : %  anea of Rosy Ridge.' %  shouldn't advise an) other girl to quit school for than ;!; %  one chance that came lo .1 %  iiad many to wish that DDO own tj had l>cen delayed I had finished college. The bita you get in school are l when you get into the If you haven't learned b you can neither warn Unea corn rtton well. The curtail .;, was loin: .< %  .. >tart in forming hg df %  .. ,-e.-n illicit 1 %  ...-. the last when 1 hi %  aston, have %  the values m I'm not contendini : a girl going %  lofcssional < iild be insurmountable Without an education. But 1 do know that previous preparation application and organization comes best in the schoolroom. And without this advance preparation, progress in the so-called 'cold I niel world' can be much slower Miss Leigh was talking between scenes of "The Red Danube." "So maag garai argue that they piar so why waste time and money on college," she said. "It is my observation that 1 proper education have better chances for success than girls who go into marriage mentally unOf course, rclaiiw results do depend upon the individual, but collages an l usiness of devclopmfrjhe reasoning power of individuals, and if iii let than, .;ood at it. \ is education gives a girl 11.ore assurance, more menu' ao.lin u. cope with attu I n later life." Miss Leigh can be considered Od her subj.. I Bdveni into motion pict,. a college campus was a %  as given the finderella GfVI." Attention WM tier ba Konau who had seen her picture 10 1 i hie 111 ilx Caihtenti lodggj onoucted by Miss Leigh s parents. Her innate BMUI so great that she completely skipped the Intel llawllali "extra" roles. She has played on top-rank featured roles in tl short time she has been befo 1 lie cameras. • a~a)gj| EVERYTHING YOU WANT . QUALITY AI'lT-ARANCt KEABONABLX P1UCX 1 ot ihrt good poin' and many okan )uM rocolvod Call and t thorn al jour Caa Shoamono BARGAINS Clearing ons (Hundhod only (Dk&AA&A Rt'duml In $r>.98 o MODERN DRESS B.B.r. Ilailio l*i-Mjraiiinie II \l RY 'OILKT SOVI'S IMrtHlAl IJAlllhJI • LUVDLN BLUSMIM Don't let thai I td develop Check il at the itarl with double -action Thannngono Medicated Rub. Jts soothing medicinal %  vapoun will bring ipeedy reliat Irom Head Colds and Calan dnd its deep panolrAliva qualities will break up Congestion and cee Cooght nd Rheumatic Pains. riltlOHM.FM MHH4 ATED HI B ITS HERE AGAIN/ H\rooi\ ^Haar slain. Igniliil iMorian ind 1 %  %  ; van if Ataan't know what all the l_gpnttes mean. %  Ma learned the ,-/. -. %  %  ft on that broad %  *' %  %  type of %  I da troad ^p "Tfr.,nhrow a peanut in hviface,' poader it you 1 hou ^hasmali light with which fgaajoP* • P" you hear oaby Mas jjoiie out h pat it just anas orden-d to turn oil 1 JaaoUight. li s tin ume with Bar.... wans making the light naensc, 01 put 111 the less of the language, they %  the world's finest technicians. Even if they do throw an occasional peanut in m\ I —(I.N.S.) •Kill The Baby" a %  IS Juiiae**. INatlltill to weaking the light, or making it less In"Than arc a lot of other fascinI ses used by the tacfal %  iMis on tnc set. Phi. goboe.' wt 1 light; OB I dolly.' which la a at low on a rabber-tirad dolly, and 'bring me 50 feet of spaghetti.' That seems Like a lot til, which in tin able. M.O.S.." is being tnout sound. For some reason the boys always say "mits ;I is. Thou II.O.H." it seems that each time after a director has B scene be printed the 1 aw checks to see if any hair or lint on the film, as sometimes hapf the scene mi taken, it u 1 ia 'M.O.H.' or mltout hair.' "All In all It'a a fascinating (argon the mt %  — %  —^ WBBB^WP o^a—*— 1 For Comfort Specially designed for Barbados, this tK vn broque is now on show in lead if stores. See them for yourself. made by JOHN WHITE means made just right I I.,II.MI |0 k'!'|l l/OU 1 gajl iu YARDLEYrV^^LAVEMOER and 'Uu luxury soapoftht umld* i the hunou Yanllv Lxrodcr Bath Salts • Uwiuf I'.wdrr • Talc • ana other toilet 1 YARDLBY IS OLD BOND STBEII LUNUON No oihar thunaoa (i* M 0u tKa wma D*aaK^ LAWOLIN-bland lath*, tf bMwtiful, Itmrowt h*.r. Tonight he can s new sheen in /our hair. IUL ,ts cerenabie softness. Yes, ronight... H you use Luatre-CnHtw Shampoo tooar< O"'/ Lustre-Crrme has this magical blend oi .r tngrtoaviti plus gentle lanolin. So rKh-lathermf m hardest water. Leaves hair ragrantl/ cleao. sh.nmg, and 10 manageable Now 00 nk everywhere in Ue tandun. bin. w OT so*fi NOI UanOI WI A WON0nj iAMfOO OOCOVfy WITH UHKIN FOK SOfT 1OSTKO0S CLAHOWOS HAIJ COLGATt-HLMOlltl.HlI HO.


re

Sunday







































































1950.

hados Govt. Names

ock and Adams For
grenada Sugar Talks

= West Indies Sugar Conference which ii

ss proposed should be held in Barbados wii)

in Grenada during the week beginning
y 20th owing to the difficulty of obtaining |

modation in Barbados for the visiting
: The Barbados Government
—_—___—-——a!will be represented at the
Conference by the Honourable
D. G. Leacock and Mr. G. H.
4 i Sir John Saint will
1 ipany the delegation as
advicer,
Hon'ble

t



Harold E. Robinson,

Chairman of the B.W.I. Sugar
t Association and President of thc
Trinidad Agricultural Society

arrived from Trinidad yesterday

Feb, 4 morning by B.W.1.A., and return-

HAVANA, Cuba,



nue) Antonio de Varoné a| Robinson, Chairman of the Bar-
his post as Prime Minis- | bados Sugar Producers Associa-
the new Government. The} tion and Hon'ble H. , A. Cuke,
ister of State goes to | Referring to the statement ap-
, Senor Ernesso Dihio, | pearing in the Trinidad Guardian
' tional lawyer who has | last week in connection with the
ad Cuba at several inter- ' proposed sugar cuts, Mr. Robin-
* conferences, including | son said that it was released by
meeting of the Inter-/ the B.W.1.S.A., who got the in-
in Colonies Commission at} formation from the Colonial
The President said ha | Office through the Trinidad Gov-
completely revise govern- | ernment.

is seen enjoying the dancing
























plland prayed and hoped
oner Laing this eve-
at all districts had re- |

‘Found Off Berbice | 7..0° ces boncen pos

po ice th
(Parbados Advocate Corresranient) he would like to see the queue

WM lear”, High waters| GEORGETOWN, B.G. Feh, 4 waiting lorries cleared up
fd lashed over the sea; The motor vessel Albina of the| 3 p.m. today.



Dut without the high|Surinam Navigation Company Foitewin. this stateme:
Sot enough to do any | missing since January 31 on the abel 5 es heingv cleared : 4
“damage. | coastal run between Neu Nickerie,! Y°"le'® pi , pre ct eda

tan be no improvement |a Dutch town on the Corentyn¢ i ite ee ae a PRaelape: p

im the flood situation fur | River bordering British Guiana ae Sia A VOL GEE Ree

checked documents and bills o

fo come as the ; i
Jading curiously.

land is} and Paramaribo was located rud-
level and it will take} derless by the B.G. Government!
the water off. |S.S.Lukanani on Friday night 15 At the
wading up to their | miles off the Berbice River mouth

‘ fin water in a desperate It was swept westwards by!
find fodder while at| coastal currents and the Albina’

P Berbice, which is

time of this morning’
announcement 240 lorries wer
waiting on the British side of th
checkpoint to be cleared.





now /S.0.S. was picked up by _ the The Soviet statement came
mt of water, sheep are| Lukanani eight o’clock on Friday complete surprise following last
the dozen per day. right while the Lukanani was on} night's ban on the Autobah
ial Soup kitchens went | the way to Berbice from George-| ¢; ffic because of icy condition
lion at four other points. | «gyn, - Whig. Weeventoraed’ Be. J :
pins to the Central Flood! “The Lukanani answered the aad dane 'c effe e f



was complet




d reached $1,000 t



League of Coons | S.O.S., went alongside the Albina | three hours after inis ht. Unti

d $500 and opened aj teen proceeded to Berbice anc) 10 p.m. today about four lorri
Fund to aid the Buxton | *“ nt a flash to Georgetown. The| paq trickled through toward
where the League has a| U& © ondor was despatched to the! perlin, Reuter.

Stablished—(By Cable), | Scene and the Albina will be towec |

in to Georgetown and is due to}
arrive on Sunday for repairs. |

k Unbroken

Lucia Strike



LORD NORMAN
DIES AT 78

A B.G, Airways plane made a|
| search of the coast from the Esse-/
| quibo to Paramaribo River on!
Friday but never saw the Albina,
—By Cable.

;
|

LONDON, Fel
Lord Norman, Gove!









—, Sunday.



Drijl Hall last night to see the

at carius Prio de Socé ed later in the evening afte
wba announced today the having talks on general policy
n» of a new Cabinet to) in connection with sugar with so aa ee eam
fet which resigned on} Hon’ble G. D. L. Pile, Barbados A GAY CROWD was at the
| Director of B.W.1S.A., Mr. E. Sj in aid of the St. Philip Baby We

which



Soviets Lift.
Traffic Ban SINGAPORE VILLAGE




licy now that the Repub-/ The statement said that 900, After a Fare.
ty had withdrawn from | 000, tons is the limit the West 3
ition —Reuter. Indies are expected to produce HELMSTEDT,
— {in the present Sugar agreement! West German lorry tra head- |
@hi A al offered by the Mimstry of Food| ‘ng to Berlin on tl had tobahn w
Shines l gain }and from this amount, 25,000] virtual y back to complete normal-
e. | tuns wouid be reserved to start y as was bs t ee
' ‘ish Guiana | @ sugar industry in British Hon-| blockade by 10 p to-day. bifty |
| duras. He felt that this should lorries had passed » checkpoi rt |
Advocate Corres) } be resisted by everyone interes- ear here on their way to Berlin
GETOWN, B.G., Feb. 4 ted in the welfare of suger IM in less than an hour this morning
f shone all day to-day | the West Indian islands. linttce,.the Raattone Gomnak nolice
a welcome relief to the | ee | vifte Taye tate ate tc Aue aeees
nd the winds were light ‘ie iowa pA Narre apd Be hein ee
ing tide rose to 19 feet. Missing Vessel me Os ney eel Coe! Lesa
s and residents along rhe Soviet border Comm:







Aduncate «”



Price:



IX CENTS

Vear 35.



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a.

Cabaret and Mannequin Parade
Child Nutrition Clinic.
and Story on Page

given
lfare Centre and the The crowd

preceded the

Tnomas

show rictures four,



COMMUNISTS BURN

1,000 Homeless, Two Dead

SINGAPORE, Feb. 4.
A party of 70 Communist terrorists entering the village
f Simpang Tiga, near Sitaiwan in Perak, just before dawn
today burnt down over 100 houses and left 1,096 people
homeless.
One young
¢ideath, many
rious 5
drowned
well to

girl was burned to
other villagers wer
burned, and a man wa
when he jumped into a
escape from the blaze

Police reported today that Com-
munists in both Singapore and
Malaya are showing signs of

Police Hunt “Boy
King” Of Drug Ring

warming up for a counter offen-
sive while more than 13,000

SA, Feb. 4
Police throughout Italy
were today nae the
mystery “boy king’ ol a Malayansevolunteer daily-for the
huge Italian drug ring: One al dut @tive against terrorism.
|
|
|
|
}
Rea Ra Ae ee a Be

of’ his alleged Lieutenants, j i

arrested here last night after || During the week an increased

a swoop on a luxury hotel number of Communist flags,

was taken to police head- posters and pamphlets hav
appeared in public places

quarters wearing a dressing

throughout the Malayan Feder-

own over silk pyjamas |” ation,

Police said the trail of ‘the
gang’s 2l-year-old leader } Guerillas have been cuttin:|
led from Istanbul through | more and more telephone wire
the galkans into Italy. |} and an attempt was made t

sabotage water pipelines in Joh-x
which Singapore depends for
main water supply. Authorit es
rfront in Kuala Lumpur announced toda,
irae | that 80,626 civilians had already
| enrolled for duty during th
i| “Malayan peoples anti-British
vonth”, These volunteers, and

Cocaine and cpium had been
smuggled across he ilf a dozen
ountiies to reach ni

dens on Genoa

rceotic



. . ;
inglish WV oman tens of thousands of others ex-
pected to enrol before the end of
next week, will join with th

ecurity force in a drive against

Disagrees With
ege y . the Communist terrorists planned
British Council t Males this Ssoaeh ” rer

—Reuter,
° * |
To Live In Czechoslovakia |



PRAGUE, Feb. 4



“No Case Against

|
or, Correspond | A. Rides, a 35-year-old j
LUCIA, Feb. 4, | 3 f England -f 920 to lishwoman working for the |
; Bank of England .from. 192 i : g ve x
flock is unbroken after 1944, died here today aged (6 i Council in Czechoslovakia, | The H-Bomb
ai § which it is reported Greeks Return To Work Some of Lord Normat mosi| today told Czech journalists that}
wovernment over £100,- ATHENS, Feb. 3. important work between the twajshe was resigning her post be- NEW YORK, Feb. 4.
Union executives claim Greek postal workers have re-| World Wars was on the Dawes} cause he disagreed with the; The Executive Committee of the}
© increase demands, if} turned to work after a fortnight’s Reparation Pl: one of|Council’s policies, Czech official) World Council of Churches will |
Would cost only £: 5,000 strike for higher wages. The Gov-| the British delegates on the Rep-,;sourcly said Miss Rides had ap-| discuss the hydrogen bomb at its
ernment had promised favourable] aration Act to balance the Germaii| plied to the Czechoslovak authori-' meeting on February 24, according |
Port workers were call-| consideration of their claims anc sudget.—Reuter. |ties in London for permission to;{9 the Rt. Revd. Stephen Neill, |
S morning for «nm emer-|they returned. jlive permanently in Czechoslo-| Assistant Bishop io the Arch-:
ng at the Union | vakia, bishop of Canterbury, who ar- {|
rs oo : .
ao naraicod that Mr 4 C] héad of thal f° ed by air from Geneva yester- |
aes ond suses ii d Sh D it » 1: c a ts tee day to address American student |
Wizaiys > ete , a) a Ss an § |
employees and sugar| MOUSE Aan op Saas e€¢ rritish Couneil in Prague, said| Gay to address “American student |
pom strike in sympathy. toda at — had no word that) the bomb, he said: “If you have |
; —( By Cable.) P li > he d K l \ 7 ag iss Rides had resigned or in- to admit bombing from the air, |
— O1lce = oun Xp OsiV es He a th eh, See you have no case against the|
e sac 1e ac eara only once ” |
Sane — -,| hydrogen bomb.”’—Reuter, |
i Miners W alk AN unoccupied wooden bungalow and shop in Ric h-| spot n — eat var “— wae |
f y ome oO January g 0 see re
mond Gap, Eagle Hall, was dynamited last night short! | mother, who was critically ill in












after eight o’clock. The house which was lately built, is

ut Monday
WASHINGTON, }eb. 4,

» Teports of another
€@ in American coai
Gd today.

@ Mine Workers C

making plant of Messrs. Barnes & Company, Limited. It
was valued at $4,281 and insured for $2,500. The damage
is estimated to be $70.

i]

hois said that union | The police found dynamite, vicinity, arrived after a hi

S the country hadj|in the cellar and severe dam-|crowd had gathered and was in
pet to walk out on Mon-| age was done to the gallery por-| time to disconnect a burning fuse.
Would join the 100,000] tion and foundation of the house.| The timely disconnection saved

= fe already on strike} The terrific explosion startled | more extensive explosions, as well
me protest in an effort} many shoppers and pedestrians|as injury and perhaps death to
With shorter hours anj{ who hurried to the scene. L/Sgt.| many of the curious people. |
Reuter, ; Marshall of the Black Rock Sub Houses in the neighbourhood
Station, who was patrolling the | were shaken,

the property of Mr. Arthur Niles, foreman of the block-| ulmost three and a half years in

| Reuter,

7
_

|

| Reuter. > minut

| England. Mis Rides had been

Claims New
Air Record

LISBON, Feb. 4.

|
Cc zechoslovakia where she was |
A pilot claimed here today tc |

head of the medical department



have set up a new record time
for the Bermuda-Lisbon direc
HO CHI-MINH GOVT. flight by covering the 2,657 mile
in 12 hours 25 minutes. The pilot

BUCHAREST, Feb. 4 Capt, Torres de Navarra, was fly-

The Rumanian Government to-| ing a Skymaster carrying a crev

day recognised the Ho Chi-Minh} of nine and four

regime in Vietnam, Indo-China,'the Havana-Madrid

nd declared its readiness
ablish diplomatic relations

RUMANIA RECOGNISES

route,

eget seg Eetebod flight is 14 hour
Reuter.

BIDAULT WILL
RESHUFFLE CABINET

PARIS, Feb.
Minister of the Interior handed to French Prim«
linister M, Bidault today the letter notifying the collective

resignation of the five Socialist Ministers and their Secre-
taries of State.



jin Berlin,

Jule s Moch









text will be published later today.
B:dault expected to reshuffle position next Tuesday whes h
net to give France expected to call for a vote «
rovernment without So mnodence
resentation since th« “We are faced with the prosp«
lrawal of Socialists i } je in the structure of
th Part t Government which we did not
er 211CV
inav¢ 1a
‘ eaed in retor ?
the al~
Reuter.

| of MrgClark Meilwaine 6f Wash- f ee

_ its appreciation of the

British j

submarine Truculent by the Neth- me 2 \
|erlands merchant ship Almdijk

last month.

look out. {
An Admiralty statement on te| sialic ma
loss of the Truculent said: from the
evidence available, it seems that
| the master of the Almdijk did al
that was possible with a deer |}} A new TABLE MARGARINE is nov available
draught ship in tidal waters, anc i\ ¥ Gvigniee
lost no time in making an accur. |)) which tastes like, looks like and ca ised in
ate and informative signal. i
—Reuter | ' place of Table Buiter and it has been fortified

passengers 01 |

The |
usual airliner flying time for the lt
| ter,



RITAIN IS SPLIT WIDE OPEN

‘Class War Has Wrecked

Wartime Comradeship
Churchill Warns In First Election Speech

LEEDS, Yorkshire, Feb. 4
CONSERVATIVE Leader Winston Churchill
told an election meeting here today that
Sr | Britain was facing her hardest ever peacetime
5Y | task as “a deeply divided nation.’

“American subsidies’’ would come to an ond
| at the latest in 1952 “while German and Japanese
| competition in all the export markets upon oh
we depend has already begun and will grow more
severe with every month that passes,’’ the war-

time Premier said.
Even if
‘lL our poli-

UK Exports.
jump

Perceni

LONDON, Feb. 4.
Britain exported more goods in
the last three months of 1949 than
»ver before in the same period, it
vas officially announced here to-

whit









| eds, h
iay Exports rose 159 per cent | ci s were of the Y«
volume above the 1948 figure | ed we hit
Announcing this, the Board of;should b> id



de Journal said that’ export ronted :
ell last summer by more than 10} with. the In a
er cent. before climbing in the] hardest task agait
quarter. As a result, Britis! problem Liber:
xports in 1949 were £900,000] we eve

Churehi
above the 1948 total. The biggest }
individual export winner was the
British motor industry which ex-
sorted 221 per cent, more vehicles

faced in time
of peace. But
we are &
deeply di-



tives, lik«

- Labour, su



han in 1939. Pottery and glass- | ¥jded nation. ported co
vare more than doubled the pre-} Glass war- pulsory N
war totals, but textiles sales de-| fare has rent tional Ser
clined steadily throughout 1949. the unity vice in t
—Reuter and com- armed for
adeship as necessary
which to preserv¢
brought peace, If
Marquess us through Britain were
the war. Bto repudiate
VM s f j S Party poli- national se!
f arrtes e . tics domin- B Vice t
e ate the Fperioa,
Divorcee scene the Libera

A t ask you to
A grea would
gulf of prin-
ciple and

joctrine is

do, it
mean, in!
ypinion,
downfall

WASHINGTON,
The Marquess of
Haven, great-grandson of

Feb. 4
Milford
Queen



” open in our ewhols
Victoria, was married here to-day midst * once E 10%
to Mrs. Romaine Sahlgreen Pierce M Church- great
Sim t Washingtor 1p : ture
f 1pson, a ashington divorcee i} was mak- Churct
The ceremony took place in the ing the first 4a th
ris rig : . Ire ay » r salc tne
hi toric national Presbyterian speech of a enneh
Church before 700 guests. country- tee P
The 30-year-old bridegroom ig wide cam- we
a second cousin of King George paign tour, inte
V: of England His dark-haired | j Tow § “ ee ;
; : ane n the Town ANS take
| slender bride is 26, the daughter Mr. WINSTON CHUR

puleory ‘powers to lengthen the

(term of national service it De-«











ington. the Ty ae pal oy al ser-
The bride, who was given away | Truman Urged need bur ai # reduced
ied her uncle, Mr, Houghton Mei “T feel that unless the foreign
calf, wore street-length gown 43 ‘ore . u |
of dove grey pink tie silk, coverec Not To Use Sat itil it Car aitnouah: 1 + <
with a fine French m4 The gown Ye I * 7 fa ce ssiderab! educ
was styled on simple lines wit - n the den of our d r
typical Matnhoaher rr lled-ujs l l-Bomb I ir | exp r i be co bine dw
sleeves and a Peter Pan collar tr !
Four hundred guests attende NEW YORK. F ter ¢ iti
the reception at Mrs, Mcilv-aine’: ‘welve léading Americar vy | Referrit c I
Connecticut Avenue, one sts ine of them tor }Chur i ri he Ge id
bride and groom we leaving pert ind all of then elf-ce. | d 1 themsel ve n
later for an undisc ioeed destina- bed “worried cit Allied help, rightl iv on
tion. They will leave for Europe today that one hyd Imo othiz ‘ ve
n the “Ile De France ext Fri- estroy New York y |}commu!
day for a_ three-week wedd er large city i ( ie1
rip to Switzerland, Declaring that the ‘ over Mae
—Reuter | Hydrogen Bomb would } want th ther
aenreememeents ility, they urged the I : | Frenc e together h
promise not | Belgiurr the etherland {

Luxembours d_ several Y

sroup was de the

Admiralty Mt aN 7 .
‘ ° i Betke, Corneil yor | ail conssitute a nd solid
Thanks ir prleawheea of (hs | Seatie. peoples which, ones for

Dutch Ship |” Aen

nakers in Lo
oats SSS SEE Sess,

LONDON, Feb. 4, ~~ = i

The Admiralty to-day recorde |

Angeles

—Reuter.









heip giver ((

to survivors of the sunk

The Truculent sank in the j
Thames reery on January 1% 2

with the loss of 64 lives after being "
BL T ry ‘ i

PRUE |

i \)



in collision with the Swedisi
steamer Divina, ‘The Almdijk sen!
the first S.O.S. After picking uy
five survivors, she gave the alarm

and asked all shipping to keep a,

with Vitamins “A” and “D”.

Berlin Derations
Food March 1

Butter, Sugar Stay On

BERLIN, Feb. 4

Food with the exception of but-
Sugar and flour will be de-
rationed in Berlin as from March
1, 1950, the deputy head of West
Berlin’s Municipal Food Depart-
nent, Anton Schoepke, announerc
here today. This decision whic
would bring western Berlin int
ine with Western Germany is
boweyer, subject to approval by
the three western Commandant
he added.—Reuter,

GLOW -SPREAD
TABLE
MARGARINE

in one pound wrappers at only



Planes Gut

German Trawlers
CUXHAVEN, Feb. 4. |





; German fishing trawler?)
which arrived here today report-'
(~ they had been attacked by air- — . sate ss a
craft near Heligoland. gy ode CEN ] ws PER POUND
rie report uggested that
fe £ ‘ t tr ‘
ing it
‘ y j ; »)
))) i : i ee it
vt ne i }
us more lane 1M Table Butter. \(
nat the h. N ) i
A iT ne ; t ))) 4
ible Reuter Ow a -

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35 : R. and Mrs. Frank olackburn
and their two children,

|| were intransit passengers on the
“Golfito” yesterday for Trinidad.
Mrs. Blackburn formerly Miss
Margaret Saint, is the daughter of



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SUNDAY, TUESDAY, THURSDAY
at 8.30 p.m.

=

7h res Sir John and Lady Saint, and
“JOHN Lov ES MARY Mr. Blackburn is Chief Research
Starring RONALD REAGON, JACK CARSON, EDWARD Officer of Caroni Ltd. They

have been in England for about
five months during his long leave.

«<>» «<>
After Seven Months
R. and Mrs. G. Barnard of S:
‘ Lucia, returned home last
night by the “Lady Nelson” after
spending about seven months
holiday here as guests at the Hotel
Royal.

ARNOLD, WAYNE MORRIS, VIRGINIA FIELD and
introducing PATRICIA NEAL
Warner Bros, Mirthful Comedy

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UE to one of the engines of
the T.C.A. ‘plane which ar-
rived here yesterday giving
trouble, the return flight was de-
layed 24 hours and passengers for
Bermuda and Canada had to re-
turn to Bridgetown. It is under-
stood another plane will be arriv-
ing to-day for these passengers
and bringing the necessary equip-
ment to rectify the trouble. Mean-
while the prospect of having to
spend another day in Barbados
did not seem to bother many of
the passengers.
«>

Radio Distribution‘s
First Manager
R. AND MRS. HERBERT

WHITMELL are once again
in Barbados, with their youngest

.

“HOLLOW. TRIUMPH

The story of a man who murdered himself and lived to regret
it.





«>





Whitmell was the first Manager



have organised a Valentine Dance
which will be held at the Marine
Hotel, and will be in aid of loca!
charities. -

“The flower shop” will be open
from 6.30 p.m. so that your boy
friend can buy you a corsage be-
fore the dance starts, and during
the dance a very attractive selec-
tion of Valentines will be on sale

: IN Ey VEDNESDAY Mr. Barnard who is a retired d

NO SHOWS capa oO and W planter, had come’over tn the in- 2 the V: ao os

cas terest of his health. San Mi Post-boys and. git.

Eagle Lion Films presents: — ‘ «>» «>» Sus enema’ ths eahiows
PAUL HENREID — JOAN BENNETT An Extra Day

may be booked by telephoning
Mrs. Anthony Lewis at 2135, and
a few are still available.
are interested in Bridge you can
book a table by calling
Teetzel at 2322.

The usual
have been arranged with some
new additions, and there is nce
charge for the coffee and sand-
wichigs

NTRANSIT on the

yesterday for Trinidaq were
professor James Evans, his wife
and two children. He is in the
Agricultural Department of the
Imperial
Agriculture in Trinidad. His wife
is the former Eulalie McKenzie

SUNDAY ADVOCATE

You are My Valentine
N SATURDAY iilth, the
Women’s Canadian Club

“1 got the job. dear. It

if you to have plenty of

seems
opportunities !
London Erpress Service.

For Methodist Synod

Mrs.

games of chance

St. John and Mr.
Clarke, La
the James

which will be served.
«> «>

Intransit

eee Synod which

Port-of-Spain.

College of Tropica! nest Griffin,

Rev. Frank Lawrence, Rev.

————_———

Carb Calling







f-> . R.
AW > M and |
——__-]_ Georgetown, British Guiana were

arrivals on Tuesday by B.W.LA.
for
Accompanying them was Mrs.

D’Andrade, mother of Mrs. Rod-
riguez.

Barbados Looks Strange
and Mrs. Walter Rodriguez
three children

about two months’ holiday.

They are all staying at

“Accra”, Rockley.



30 oil paintings,
and book illustrations. The paint-
of ings are full of life and colour,
and there are a number of Bar-

15 waterc

Mr. Harrison is the Art Officer



olours
lent

SUNDAY, FEBRUARy .
%

at is illustrateg Wi ty

photo th q
visited the Woe

times before

AKING
M see

























i a alaemmee
7 . . . rt
7 Gay West indian Paintings Particul By
At the Museum ANEW to Foy ie
R. JOHN HARRISONS exhi- by Rosits 9° 7am 1
: bition of paintings opened Published by Bran oe
at the Museum yesterday for four TUary 13, It
weeks, The exhibition comprises 600k calleg “Le) Wilt.

Wi

dl

badian scenes. Visitors to the Particularly ‘tong ee ag }
island in quest of something more «» OF the |
than a souvenir should not miss P|
the exhibition. Two WwW

est |;
their,

. % n é ew i
rR iguez, an employee of of _ the British Council, West Gene Ti Richarg
Henin ond Galen iurebante of Indies... He :studied. in. Landon the City”, Soon Alm,
Georgetown, was in Barbados 20 and Paris. The first exhibition of Engiand,’ are tae )
years ago. He told Carib yester- his work was held in London in Lord Kitchener © Weg
day that the island looked strange 1938. Since then he has held “Kitch”, wey and
to him as so many improvements ©ne-man exhibitions in London, calypso singer NOW
had been made including the erec- Manchester, Paris, Algiers, Oran calypso for
tion of a number of modern build- 2%d Kingston, Jamaica. He is a “Shame What”
ings. He is now here for a good book-illustrator as well as a be sung b ta
rest and is looking forward to a painter. He illustrated “Halcyon” stay Adelaid Hae
very pleasant stay. by Pierre Herbart (John Leh- accompanied” Hall,
«a» an — mann, 1948, and his drawings tarigt Coal by tre
have appeared in many periodi- pj ‘
Back to Dominica cals including “New Writing”, Kitch band, Which yj
w aaaa We State Seon” and “Ballet.” Mr. Harrison haa :
nm also written many critical articles o
was Mr. I. N. Shillingford, Chair- oy art, which have appeared in New { =

. J. O. TUDOR, Mr. V. B.
E. A.

tatives of
Seay one ©
Trinidad y evi iy
B.W.LA. to a the Methodist
on Wednes-
day February 6 at Tranquillity,

H. Grannum, Mr. H. Mapp and

yea daughter Coralie. They arrived from Barbados. They are re- nard Crosby. Rev. J. B. Broomes,
4 vesterday by T.C.A., and are stay- turning from long leave in Mr. and Mrs. Darcy Scott, Mr.
’ - ing at the Ocean View Hotel. Mr. England. and Mrs. Harold Ward, Mr. W.
x

of Radio Distribution in Barbades,

OLYMPIC THEATRE

To Spend Four

Miss E. Bryan.

Months

Ber- go.”

Makes it Easy
R. AND MRS. W. M. ANDER-
SON from Toronto arrived

; yesterday by T.C.A., for a month’s

. holiday.

g and he is very glad to be back on on anal © ae ibe i -

% this short visit. AZLEW ’ «es

- 7 . : vert Wie : : ,

. NO SHOWS TODAY, MONDAY and WEDNESDAY Health Visitor of the City

% at 9p He is now General Manager of pyplic Health Department, After Ten Years: Ten Days

he Midland Shipyards Ltd., in
Ontario, Canada, and his ship-
yards have just completed a
340-ft. freighter, the biggest ever

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Knows A Barbadian

Living in Ontario
R. P. J. VALACHOS, who is
connected to the Barbados
teal Estate Agency arrived yes-
erday by T.C.A. He is from
Brantford, Ontario. He knows a
Barbadian, Mr. Griffith who lives
in his home town and is manager
of a Theatre there. He will be
taying with Mr. P. S. Sheldon,
idy Fields,” St. Peter. He says

on





Georgetown, British Guiana, also
arrived on Friday by the “Lady
Nelson” for a holiday. She will be
here for four months and is staying

Limited, Trinidad, returned home

AYING their first visit to the

Barbados comes Mr.

Paid Business Visit
R. JOHN VIEIRA, Director of
Ernest Vieira and Company

ten years ago.

Hotel.

Friday by B.W.1LA. after a ss pr

two-week business visit. He was
staying at the Hotel Royal.
«a» «
Interesting Story
Up For Three Weeks

island are Mr. and Mrs. Fred- yesterday by the

© SPEND about ten days in
and
Mrs. J. L. Wild, of Surrey, Eng-

It in Canada. They were last “ ” -” St. land, who arrived yesterday by the
n Barbados in 1941, Sear eee “Golfito.”” This is her first visit,
re «» «» but he has been here several times

before: his last visit being about
He is a Civil
Engineering Contractor and they
will be staying at the Windsor

M*: and Mrs. W. H. Smedley,
who live in London arrived
“Golfito and

they hope to open an ice cream erick Cuello and their little son, will be here for about three
factory here in approximately six Alfred of Caracas, Venezuela. weeks. They tell an interesting
tt months time. : ‘They arrived on Monday by story about Mr. Smedley’s mother,
iy «» «» ea sip | Tues pe who was a Miss eres
i e weeks nencay we the early part of her life in
Since 1881 a Guest spent
; i taying at Super Mare Guest po bados and she was related to
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from Toronto.
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ture canvas goods.

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the Marine Hotel.
visit to Barbados, but he has been
to the West Indies before, having
visted Jamaica.
chant in Ontario.

Back Prem U.K. Holiday

This is his firsi

He is a shoe mer-

FTER an enjoyable 34 months’
+ holiday in the United King-
dom, Dr. J. W. P. Harkness,
C.M.G., O.B.E. and MW «. Hark-
ness returned to the isiand yes-

Tman of the Banana Association ieth'* s Tndie
Seard. Ha hed.epett about two French, English and West Indian
weeks’ holiday here and was stay-
ing at Abbeville Guest House.

publications.

In 1945, Mr. Harrison

the British Council, and was Art
Officer

Barbados is the Place until 1946.

R. AND MRS. C. H. B. GAR- pointed Art Officer in the West

LAND from Ottawa plan to Indies. He is well known in Bar-
z spend a month here. Several peo- bados by his lectures and_ talks
Leaving laier will be Rev. Er- pie in Canada have told them, “If on Radio Diffusion.
Chairman of the you want to go somewhere for a
Barbados and Trinidad Districts, holiday, Barbados is the place to Harrison’s work have been the
Direction des Beaux Art (France)
Manchester City Art Gallery and
the University of the West indies.
It is to be hoped that an example
of his work will be added to the
Island Collection.

in French North
In 1947, he w

Among the purchasers

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Organist Of St. "Philip’s

HAROLD DaC, ST
Organist

M*

joined

= L+ been appointed the my

_Africa missioner for ‘aa ;
as ap- Islands Protectorate. ‘
Smith is an Bdinbell

of Mr.

first Trinida ,
was Mr, ne we r
K.C. who he

1934 to 1995 “

RAKER

and Choirmaster

of St. Stephen’s Church, has been
appointed to a similar post at St.

Philip’s Parish Church,
ceeds Mr. R. G. F. Mand

«an «a»

Central Feature
SPECIAL musical service will
feature of

be the central

He suc-

eville.

terffay morning on the s.s. ‘Gol- the St. Matthews Church Harvest

fito”. While in England, they at-
tended the wedding of their
daughter Miss Ann Harkness to
Mr. Christian F. E. Staib at the
Savoy Chapel in London.

Dr. Harkness is Medical Ad-
viser attached to the Develop-
ment and Welfare Organisation.

On - Short Visit

Festival which will be ce
to-day.
takes place at 4 p.m.

«a» an

100 Diamonds

IRL with more than

monds at the Dorchester
Hotel in London last week was

raven-haired
singh, wife

Donelda
of Trinid

The musical programme

lebrated

{'!

was educated at Rua
commissioned 4
in 1917, and nen tte Bl
of the wor
A.D.C. to
from 1922 to 1994 and,
on to Kenya where i
to the Governor ae
next year he
the Colonial

Vice in Kenya, and in:

Comings and (
R. JOHN GODDA
of the West Inds
Team to tour Englag

mer, returned from ‘
B.W.LA, on Friday

ing part of the Trini
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easy to come to Barbados, they OLIDAYING here for about Chairman of (,
said. Along with Mr. and Mrs. six: weeks is Mr. J. E., Bd A Pag
Clive Betts also of Toronto, they. ~~ d v Civil Se ape ‘. f Bri os, OClatio
are staying at the Marine Hotel. Yar, rig he v3 ee gt mien Aâ„¢= a break of j
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eae: the New Amsterdam Stelling, appointed oe
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R. BERT BECKLES, Secre- Geane Singh, who owns a mill 1n

4 tary of the St. Martin’s Lancashire. They were attending
Episcopal Chureh and a business the annual dinner of the Associa~

man in New York is on a short

uon of Certified and

ar fo? 5 o Corporate
visit to his family in Barbados. accountants. Mrs. Singh found »o

He was host at a party given re- difficulty in wearing her 100 dia-
cently at the “Sea Glow Guest monds, She wore five diamonds in

House”, Christ Church, which the g shoulder clasp, surrounded by
belt

many close relatives of his moth-
er were invited along with a few
other friends.

«a» «an

On Business

R. VICTOR HINKSON, Pi- ‘4k, edged with black lace, and
a shawl of the same material,

arco Correspondent for the
“Trinidad Guardian”, was an ar-
rival on Friday evening by
B.W.I.A. on a short business visit
and is staying with Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Blackman of Cheapside.

«» «»
R. LINDEN, representative
of Wedekind Novelties,
England, was an arrival yester-
day morning on a business visit
and is staying at the Hotel Royal.

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aes his first holiday visit bealth reasons she will be here] ,),

= to Barbados in 14 years is Mr.
>.
spector of the City Public Health
Department, Georgetown, British
Guiana. He arrived on Friday
morning by the “Lady Nelson”
accompanied by his wife who was
last here 17 years ago. Thev ex-
pect to remain for 4144 months and
are staying at “Brookdale,” Hole-
town, St. James.

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mounted in gold, nine in

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a delicately worked neck]
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After 35 Year
FTER spending
years in the U.S.
Flora Revere recently ret
Barbados.

is staying at “Bay View,” St.
Lawrence. Miss Revere is a dieti-
cian and cateress in New York.
Another recent arrival to the
island from the U.S.A, after an
absence of twelve years is Miss (5)
Rosilind Risbrook. Owing to} ¥&
1

for an indefinite period

C. Jones, Senior Sanitary In- Staying at Clifton Court, Govern-

12.

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What happens when film people go on the stage?

Why Make These Stars

FEBRUARY 5, 1950





Look Ridiculous?



difficult times. But the film

ove!

aut these youngste

of acting — and the critic
Baeed is higher than it has ever
u >

asibly protesting.

i Venus Observed, Richard Burton fore the public, take direction well, The curtadl-
. popular screen actor in* that other Fry play at Latest illustration is Brigadoon. ©“ time J had oe college we long
Eeity lost a good West End pammersmith. For some time that likeable enough to make a start in forming
part, the theatre manage- No high-powered publicity comedian, Hiram Sherman, has my nae Haw: ee eT a
would not agree to Uke either for another ex-Windsor been the only one of the original nice But I nour have use
d ballyhoo ~—saciver'lisinS yepertory actress. Mary Kerridge American trio left in the cast. een
manded by his film Suumloyene whose fine work in Bonaventure Now Mr. Sherman, too, has “The pressure I have been under
ind yesterday ano her we won first-night cheers recently. grown homesick and will soon say at the -G-M studios the last
n film actor told me he hi These four performances alone good-bye to London. aie tiniied Abbi I have made
ysed the offer of tage part could teach most of our young An equally likeable Canadian eight pic s eiieal in succession, have
very much wanted to play. screen stars’ a lesson in technique. actor, Lionel Murton, takes over made me very aware of the values
it because his ¢m~ But the artists who give them have at the beginning of next month. of a higher education. I’m not
ers insisted on the theatre y9 star billing—nor expect it. contending that the obstacles in
ig him top-starring, above By all means let the studio Second Job the path of a girl going into any
with more important roles. heads encourage their idle con- When Australia’s Joy Nichols sort’ of business or professional
he management were prepared tract players to seek more experi- came to England in 1947 she got’ career would be insurmountable |
p but not the actor, WNO ence on the stage.@ her first stage job from Jack without an education. But I do
level-headed fellow. So he But they should be content to Hylton—a small touring part in {
the chance of some valuable jet them find their own level with Follow’ the Girls. She was very
ence. audiences—and enjoy the lime- grateful. ‘ e
4 No. Fanfare light ‘after’ they have earned it. On Monday week Miss Nichols B.B.¢ 4 Radio
4 0, Fantare ; gets her second job from Mr.
her film stars—and starlets Takes Over Hylton. This time as one of the ]
ve not been so strong-minded, Eighteen months ago Sheila Take It from Here starts in a g ro¢grammes
the studios have made pub-: Burrel—young cousin of Sir variety show at the Victoria :
fly gala occasions of their pre- | aurence Olivier—acted the Palace. SUNDAY FEBRUARY 5, 1950
5, Too often the fuss has been Foreign Lady whom the King Joy Nichols and her radio com- a.m. The News: 7.10 a.m. News
€ proportion to the feted joves in Dublin’s Abdication play. panions — Jimmy Edwards, Dick 4"#! a Settee mens eee!
r’ part—and performance, Now she is to play the role of Bentley and Wallas Eaton—will p ogramn eae " 8.18 a.m, Anthol- |
differently do theatrical lady who married a king and hold the fort until the new Crazy osy—8; 8.30 a We Sag. to. wan
mucers arrange these matters lost her head—Anne Boleyn in. Gang show is ready. of aaee WO. as tinea
week their was no pre- The White Falcon., which opens — Since big variety names are 12 15 p.m. Kay on the] 12,30 p.m
fanfaring for three g pre-West End run at Blackpool hard to get at present, it is pre; Su2¢ ee ; 1 are |
performances by young pn February 7. sumably Hylton’s turn to be Rays a ge ers The News: 2.10
out of the rar -Heather - Miss Burrell takes over from a ateful. I : . pate ae
ard and Denholm Elliott in disappointed young actress—Joy —L.E.S. a am The Cex: 4.00
4. 1¢ >1T nterlude
r ee ; 16 p.n Pavilion Players 4.30 p.m
: la te inday half-hour: 4.55 p.m. Epilogue
eee WOOD, (By meu ). e eg less of the language, they’re still 5 p.m. Variety Bandbox: 6 Rn. a
acess iit aig te 66 Kill The Bab the world’s finest technicians. mt eee ee
® puzzled. 7 Even if' they do throw an occa- ew ~ 10 am
my, currently starring with ce sional. peanut in my ie 7.45 :8p oa. Radio News-
nn Morgan and Zachary Scott By James Padgitt —(LN.S.) reel: 8.15 p.m. Tom Jones Trio; 8.30
ros.: “Pretty Baby p.m, Sunday Service; 9 p.m. T) "
mer Bros,: “Pretty Baby, 9.10 p.m. Home News fr avitain: 9.16
amos: accustomed by now to squeezer,’ which refers to wéaking p.m, Life in Britain p Tip-Top

Sof “throw a peanut in her

Show Talk By Mareld Conway

H film companies are in
of making some of their
look a little ridiculous.
are the artists who have
put not enough parts me
are glad to acc ept stage
ments when they can et

ts

heads are glad to give
on it helps to keep their
es in the public eye dur-

have exaggerated ideas
rs importance

land.
at a time when the London
ii joying a new Golden
is enjoy es

inflated ideas are more
ted to harm than help the
comers’ reputations, Some
realise this—and are now



A olum
SHEILA BURRELL

part

Level-Headed











the light, or making it less in-







‘or “kill the baby,’ even if tense.

doesn’t know what ail the “There are a lot of other fascin-
plic phrases mean. ating phrases used by the techni-
have learned the meaning of cians on the set. Phrases like
of them, though,” says Betsy. ‘lower the goboe,’ which is a

Instance, I was ag t when black screen shading a light;
Me heard an electrician yell, ‘lowboy on a dolly,’ which is a

pea silk on that

5

broad.’ Then camera set low on a rubber-tired

me explained it meant a dolly, and ‘bring me 50 feet of

im type of Screen called a_ spaghetti.’ That seems like a lot

3 for a certain type of light, of spaghetti, which in this instance

"a ‘broad,’ means cable.

Men they’re lighting you foi “Another odd one is ‘*M.O.S.,”
and you hear soyneone which means a scene is being

‘throw a peanut in hr face,’ taken without sound. For some

Onder if you shoulcm’t auck

y ‘mit-
that is,

reason the boys always sé



you discover a out sound,’ so ‘M.O.S.’ it is. Then
Wisasmall light with which there’s “M.O.H.” it seems that
intend to spotlight your face. each time after a director has
mén you hear the cry, ‘kill ordered a scene be printed the
Baby,’ it doesn’t mean an camera crew checks to see if

nf

gone out to slaughter there was any hair or lint on the

it. It just means someone film, as sometimes happens. If
ordered to turn off a there is, the scene must be re-
Spotlight. It’s the same with taken. If not, the scene is ‘M.O.H.’
like ‘flood the baby,’ or mitout -hair,’
Means making the light “All in all it’s a fascinating
mMtense, or put in the jargon the boys use. But regard-

Specially designed for Barbados, this

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SUNDAY

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Stay In School, Ja

iby



Parker, who is Paul Scofie

w es Nill Sueded Heian Janet Leigh has found that she
; See eeshaen being used as a living alibi for

ing the role, excited with hér fir irls trying to get their parents

big West End chance. Then came t th in quit school and go to

rehearsal difficulties, and 1e adh Bieta 1



, and she doesn't particularly
like it.
“Girls who find the last year
i of high school or the first years
Things should end well for of college pretty hard work are
Joy, however. Manager Stanley using my experience as an argu-
Fretich tells me he has a good ment with their parents,” she
part for her in another production says. “They say, ‘Janet Leigh left
——and hopes she will be reheats- college to go into the movies, and
ing again for him within a week she has done alright!”
or so, “Of course I have been very
Though London did not see lucky, and of course I did quit
Abdication, Sheila Burrell—with school when the first marvellous
her curly black hair and expres- chance came to me out of a blue
ively low voice—made a deep im~- sky to appear with Van Johnson
vression early last year in Dark in the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
of the Moon. She was the Ameri- picture “The Romance of Rosy
can valley girl who married a Ridge.’”
witch-boy. ‘But I certain:y wouldn't advise
That imaginative piece had any other girl to quit school for
comparatively short West E.:.d run. & Job for any reason less than the
Anne Boleyn reported to be ten-million-to-one chance that
one of the “plum” parts of the Came to me. And I have had many
coming season, may give Miss Occasions to wish that my own

asked to be released from
part—in which she did not feel
“raght.”





Burrell the opportunity—and Opportunity had been delayed
Success—she deserves. until I had finished college. The
study habits you get in school are

New Life invatuable when you get into the

acting business. If you haven't

Good West End shows—and an
occasional poor one—run so long
nowadays, that the stars tire be-

learned to concentrate, you can
neither learn lines correctly, nor


















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Young

know that previous preparation
im such matters as concentration,
application and organization
comes best in the schoolroom. And
without this advance preparation,
progress in the so-called ‘cold
cruel world’ can be much slower.”

Miss Leigh was talking between
scenes of “The Red Danube.” “So
many girls argue that they plan
to marry, so why waste time and
money on college,” she said, “It
is my observation that wives with
proper education have better
chances for success than girls who
go into marriage mentally un-
prepared. Of course, relative re-
sults do depend upon the indi-
vidual, but colleges are in the
business of developing.the reason-
ing power of individuals, and if
students will let them, they can
be very good at it. A general
liberal arts education gives a girl
more assurance, more mental
ability to cope with situations that
may arise in later life.”






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BARGAINS
Clearing

Miss Leigh can be considered
an expert on her subject, for her
advent into motion pictures from
a college campus was so abrupt
that she was given the title “The
Cinderella Girl.” Attention was
directed to her by Norma Shearer
who had seen her picture in a
snapshot album on a table in the
Northern California winter ski
lodge conducted by Miss Leigh's
parents. Her innate ability proved
so great that she completely
skipped the intermediate stage of
“extra” roles. She has played only
top-rank featured roles in the}
short time she has been before

the cameras, ‘eae

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Pe
the B.T.C. Spring meeting only four weeks off it will
‘ore we see Barbados Creoles racing in the newly

This will be the first race in the South Caribbean
e, or at least part of the name, of the world famous
the Two Thousand Guineas. In Jamaica a classic
s started in 1921 but although Trinidad has for a
uivalent in their Trial Stakes at the June meet-
first in the lesser Antilles Group to adopt the

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Guineas is likely to see only locally bred creoles
y for the prize and I should expect that coming so early in
+ will always be 4 more or less all Barbados field. When
: t there were likely to be two entries from St. Vincent
ie of Bow Bells and Cross Bow but lately both of these
Sion on the elimination list. Cross Bow has returned home to
es. 7 m his efforts at the Christmas meeting while Bow
m sortunatelY still trying to shake off a cold.
» was also Straight Aim from St. Lucia and Epicure from
, “were likely candidates when they were still two, but
ea out to be such short distance fillies that 7% fur-~
Sy perbas be thought too much for them to tackle. Neither
i capable of ever getting more than 5% furlongs and
+ Aim in particular would make a very handy filly if there
S y races.
, een to Perseverance, Apollo, Colleton, Mountbat-
rs Boy Ann, Brown Girl, Bowmanston, and Watercress.
xq field if all were to go but up to now I have had no indi-
“of how many of these we might expect to see. Mountbatten
F [I are exercising and so is Brown Girl but I do not
stables will offer from the above list.
BEST CHANCE
the best chance on two-year-old form would
whether Bow Bells was going or not I
thy eye on this colt as the likely favourite.
ye every indication of staying when he ran last year and if
spin on would certainly have been a winner last November but
-eircurnstances which compelled him to take a top weight of
‘in both races after the Trumpeter Cup. As it was he ran
gin the Trumpeter Cup and second in the Nursery Handicap.
te time the third day came around and he went out again with
it was just too much to ask of him at suca an age. In this
Sd he was much like Cross Bow at the Christmas meeting.
ides Perseverance I also like the chances of Bowmanston. To
Sind she might not be able to stay as well as Perseverance but
nesses just that extra turn of speed which may enable her to
nt him at the end 7% furlongs. Of course on her breed-
i is no reason why she should not stay, for in addition to
che being her sire, her dam has already produced a good
distance runne! the shape of Sunbird while her pedigree
s a stamina probability figure of a mile or more. The only
sure of here is that she was beaten by Persever-
the Trumpeter Cup when receiving sex
ind at level weights with the latter, but
she won from was in receipt of 16 lbs. from the
Ba 10 from the second. What adds to the confusion in my
that she had improved by the second day and therefore I
ble to say exactly what part this played in her victory as
mM the handicap which was in her favour. She was beaten by
ngth or less by Brown Girl in the Cup and in turn Brown
a ording to the judges, was two lengths behind Perseverance.
was a fairly convincing margin for Perseverance to have beaten
W When she beat him with her 16 lbs. allowance she did so
glength, although it must be said that Payne, who rode her,
" to have a lot
F INTERESTING QUESTION |
therefore we see these two in the Guineas there is a very in-
question which has been left open from the two-year-old
gto be settled it might well be that Brown Girl will also
ipominent part in the proceedings. She too gave signs of more
a than speed although she is on the small side without much
m improvement. However it must be noted that she is a
it combination ding to our last year’s Derby winner
ie. by O.'1.C. out of a mare by Sunplant. I am very inter-
see what this cross wilt prove in the second instance.
her than the above three I see no likely winner unless Apollo
fide considerabic progress or Colleton has recovered from his
at the Christmas Certainly Pharos II or Mountbatten
Rinspire much confidence by their looks and I am yet to know
sup with Mary Ann. Watereress I rule out as being unable
the distance. In the next few weeks quite a number of things
Tappen to upset this whole view point, so perhaps we might
as Well wait and

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_ Control Board

mresentative gathering at-
wa meeting at the Modern
ool on Thursday to dis-
formation of a
# Board of Control
iD. Ramsay was in
saad pointed out to
the necessity for such
} He said that would
ty be in the interest of box-
mPromoters, but the public



mediator between them.

He hoped to see the day when
a Bill would be introduced in
the Legislature for the bringing
about of such a Board to control
all boxing locally.

A small committee was appoint-
ed to draft the setting up of the
Board, It comprised of:

Mr. J. E. T. Brancker, M.C.P.,
Mr. P. C. Maffei, Mr. Louis Lynch,

Barbados

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THE Second ‘Regatta of the
R.B.Y.C. was sailed yesterday
in a very calm sea and change-
able winds.

Dermont Bynoe’s “Rainbow”
repeated its performance by
scoring its second win in the “D”
Class. Coming second in this race
was Corkie Roberts’ ‘Rainbird”
while third place went to Jeffrey
sae “Imp”. 5

n this Class 8 boats started
but the Peter Pan dropped out
in the second lap because of
damage to its rudder.

Eight boats started in the ‘B’
Class. The race was carried off
by Mr, J. H. Wilkinson's “Moyra
Blair”, skippered by his. son
Tom. Coming in behind the
“Blair” was Lester Toppin’s
‘Gipsy”, skippered by Watchie
Burke. Third place went to the
‘Rascal” owned and skippered
by George Stoute.

The ‘C* Class race started with-
out the “Peggy Nan”, which has
not yet arrived. “Astra” and “Hi
Ho” did not start.

This race was carried off by
the two “Lightnings”, with the
“Seagulls” very far behind.
“Rogue”, owned and skippered
by Gerald Nicholls was first.
Coming in second was “Scamp”
while third position went to
Stanley Cheeseman’s “Ranger”.

“Gnat”, owned by Teddy Hoad
and skippered by his son George,
came first in the Intermediate
race. Second was the “Skippy”
and third “Dawn”,

The Third Regatta of the
R.B.Y.C. will be sailed on Sat-
urday, February 18 and it
hoped for better winds.

The results were: —

‘B’ Class— 1, Moyta Blair.
Gipsy. 3. Rascal.
Intermediate Class.— 1,
Skippy. 3. Dauntless.
‘C’—1. Rogue. 2. Scamp.
Ranger.

‘D’ Class— 1. Rainbow.
Rainbird. 3. Dawn.

Kid John
Will Fight

; Kid John, the Guianese boxer
is willing to have a return bout
with Jack Dick who defeated him

is

2.

Gnat.

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3.

9



in their 10-round contest at the
Yankee Stadium on Wednesday
night.

Kid John in an interview with
the “Advocate” attributed his de-
feat to discouragement by some
persons. These did everything in
their power to dishearten him
before the bout started, he said.

He also pointed out that a
heavy downfall of rain
before the fight started made
it difficult for him to move
around in a wet ring.

He is sure fhat if he gets a
return with Jack Dick he will
give a better performance and

convince the crities who, he said,
have made many harsh statements
against him.

33 Athletes
Take Oath

LONDON, (By Mail).
Reports reaching London from
Prague revealed that thirtythree
ef Czechoslovaxia’s best ice

hockey players have taken
solemn oath to prepare them-
selves “to the utmost to deiend
with success the honour and
glory of the Czechoslovak People’s
Democracy.” .
All are eligible for inclusion in



the team to defend Czechosio-
vakia’s world title in London on
March 22.

The oath bound them to subor-
dinate their private lives to the
instructions of their leaders
during their training.

—ILN.S.



Montserrat Defeats
St. Kitts XI 21—1

ST. KITTS, Feb. 4.
The Clover Leaf Club (Miss
E. Harper, Captain) decided to
try conclusions with the victori-
ous netball team of Montserrat-
ians (Mrs. Dyett Captain) at
Warner Park this morning at %
a.m. Montserrat scored 21 goals

to one goal for St. Kitts.
—Can. Press



SUNDAY





ADVOCATE



FREDDIE MILLS—AN
APPRECIATION

By PETER DITTON

LONDON, (By Mail) |

BRITISH fight fans have accepted with deep regret the
news that Freddie Mills, British, Empire and European
cruiser-weight champion is to retire from the ring. Not
for many years has there been such a popular champion
as the ex-R.A.F. lad who less than two years ago licked
Gus Lesnevich of America for the cruiser-weight champion-
ship of the world. But Freddie, after losing the titl—and
five teeth — to another of Lesnevich’s countrymen, Joey |
Maxim, has decided that his fighting days are over, and

no-one can blame him.

1952 Games
Programme
Soon Ready

By JOE THOMAS
HELSINKI, (By Mail).

The Organizing Committee for
the Olympic Games to be held
here in 1952 has now almost com-
pleted the programme,

When making preliminary pro-
posals the Finns have followed
the wishes of the International
Olympic Committee that future
games should not become 100
mammoth-like.

In the 1948 Olympics held in
London about 4,200 competitors,
representing 59 nations took part.
If the ten nations which were
not present in London take part



in the 1952 Games about 5,500
competitors and 2,500 officials
will be present.

Principles

The Olympic program was, dis-
cussed officially last April at a
meeting of the Executive Com-
mittee of the I.0.C. in Lausanne.

The following main principles
were unanimously agreed upon.
1. The programme of the

to be Kept as
games.
be

London Olympics is
a basis for the 19




2. No new _ sports to ac-
cepted.

3. Certain reductions are to be
made in sports already on the

Olympic program
On the basis of these jinciples

the representatives of the Or-
ganizing Committee put forwara
several suggestions with a view

to reducing the sports belonging
to the compulsory programme.
Furthermore the Organizing Com-
mittee proposed some reduction:
in such sports which can be In-

cluded in the programme only
if the organizers of the Games
so decide.

Agreement

An agreement has already been
reached with some of the inter-
national federations which will
result in allowing no _ enlarge-
ments in the particular sports
represented.

The hope and aim of the Or-,

ganizing Committee is that in
May 1950 by the time of the
Copenhagen meeting of the 1.0.
the Olympic programme will be
ready in its final state.

Of flie sports which were in-
cluded in the 1945 London pro-
sramme the following will be
compulsory ; track and field
swimming, wrestling, boxing
gymnastics, fencing, shooting

yachting, rowing, cycling, riding
weight-lifting and modern penta-
thlon. Voluntary sports are; foot-
ball hockey, basketball, canoeins
ana water-pol I.N.S.

A Treasure Hunt





KINGSTON, Feb. 3

61 ft. Danish yacht ‘Lange-
sund. III” left Kingston with
eight persons for Cocos _Isiand,
off Costa Rica, via the Panama
Canal, to salvage the legendary
treasure of Peru beiieved buried
there.

The expedition which has been
issembling in Kingston for some
time has left behind severa
important persons who quit

—Can. Press.



SWEDEN ASKS FOR
SKIING GAMES

LAKE PLACID, Feb., 3.
The next scheduled world ski
championships are due for 1954,
and applications for holding them
have been made by Sweden,
Italy, and France.
The venue will
the 1951 Congress.

be decided at

—Reuter.



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During a ring career which has
read like a story-book, from fair-
ground boxing-booth scrapper to
world champion—Mills has prov-
ed himself a Jion-hearted fighter,
prepared to tackle all and every-
one. He has soaked up punish-
ment as a blotting pad takes up
ink and he has always come back
for more. Probably no other
fighter since the bare-fist days has
had so much dished out at himi
as Freddie Mills and now even
he feels that enough is as good
as a feast.

He will retire as one of the
most popular ex-champions ever.
He was a_cruiser-weight who
wanted to be a heavy. Not physi-
cally built for the job, he refused|
to be baulked by nature and
fight-fans remember with admir-
ation, the way in which he tackled
such big men as Joe Baksi, 15
stone American giant, Bruce
Woodcock, present British heavy-
weight champion and Jack Lon#
don, former holder of the title, as
well as Johnny Ralph, the South
African champion,

Very Tough

Mills was as tough as they
come. His early training when he
fought in a boxing-booth at a
fair-ground, challenging all-com-
ers regardless of weight and size,
gave him an ability to absorb
punishment which would have
floored many bigger men.

Another legacy of his early
days—unorthodox punching—also
remained with him throughout
his career. His left-hook started
somewhere in the vicinity of his
left knee, and his right-hand
punch was delivered with the ac-
tion of a bowler at cricket. In-
deed, it has been jokingly sug-
sested that Freddie’s over-arm
action is so good that he should
be considered as a possible can-
didate for the England Test team.

It was Freddie’s unorthodoxy
as much as anything which won
him the plaudits—and the hearts

of the English boxing public.
They knew that whatever the
opposition, they could always
bank on action when Freddie was
performing. Even in the dullest
of his fights—and they were few
and far between—he could always
bring the crowd to their feet, as
grim faced and determined, he
would suddenly sink his chin on
to his chest and “wade into his
man with both fists working over-
time. His most damaging | blow
was his left-hook and few of his
opponents survived after Freddie



had hit them with one of his
‘Mills Bomb’ specials,
Counter Attack
At the same time, his way of

clubbing into his man and striv-
ing continually for the knock-out
often laid him wide open to coun-
terattacks. lit was this readiness
to forsake defence for attack
which cost him the title against

Maxim. He hit the American
1ight enough, no mistake about
that. But Maxim showed himselt

to be just as absorbent as Mills
when it came to lapping up pun-
ishment, and furthermore, he
possessed a_ straight-left which
was right out of the British box-
ing text book.
This left-hand, carrying on the |
work that countless others had
done before it, sapped Mills’
stamina and in the tenth round,
a left and a right to the jaw, were
enough to put him down for thq
count. Two or there years ago
these blows would have been just
wentle taps as far as Mills was
concerned. He would have shak-
en his head, and with the light of
battle blazing in his eyes, come
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A dear old soul was sayng-
“Our little island doomed” .

* . :

“The Little children dancing
Some scarcely “off the rug”
Before they reach the tenth year
All start to jitterbug.

. . . ° . .
Well just five mimutes after
These “Shakers” start to sing
And people all believe us
Those old girls “had their fling
° . . . - .

The tambourines the “old steel’
A brother singing ‘‘base”
AH joining in one big ‘“‘jiving
Whien simply rocked the place
. . * . : ;

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And a stunted brother boy |
Cried shake it! sister, shake it!
Don’t let the devil steal your joy
. . . *

|
y danced for fifteen minutes {
All kinds ot danee of course
When this parade was overy
Nine-tenths of them were hoarse
. * . ° ‘





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Well who dare ‘doom" young people
Por dancing on a stage,
When all the best examples,
In dancing too engage

. . . . .

So Wednesday night we went




OA member of the crew Pain and Itching
While she was jitterbuaging -—— e

Stopped in

pped in

7 Minutes



Of came her left-foot shoe
. . . . ‘



A_little boy the marvel
He jitterbugged as well
We wonder, yes we wondered .
If “jitterbug’’ he could spell
: . . * .

Our brilliant educator :
Say Spanish they should leam
But most of the school childre
For jitterbugging yearn
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. . . . .

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ADVOGATE

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Published by The Advocate Co. Ltd., 34, Broad St, Bridgetows



Sunday, February 5, 1949





Priority One

THE allocation of the Labour Welfare
Fund derived from tHe cess on sugar at the
rate of ten shillings per ton on the export-
able surplus is a subject for public scrutiny.

Tomorrow the Vestry of St. Joseph will
discuss a letter written by that body to the
Colonial Secretary pointing out that the
main purpose for which the fund was
created should be given priority in practice.
It was pointed out by Mr. L. A. Chase, a
former Social Welfare Officer, and it has
recently been stressed in this newspaper,
that the Labour Welfare Fund should be
spent on houses before playing fields and
community halls.

When the Governor-in-Executive Com-
mittee decided to spend the fund on a basis
of one dollar and fifty cents per head of
the entire population of Barbados, it
adopted a policy which, it is now claimed,
will benefit one parish at the expense of
another. The parish of St. Michael, for ex-
ample, which has Queen’s Park, Belfield,
the Bay Estate, the Reef and other facilities
for recreation such as cinemas, dance halls
and clubs, with an allocation of $1.50 per
head would receive a total of $114,654 when
the contribution made by this parish for
the years 1947-49 amounted to $76,537. It
is clear from this that there would be an
excess of $38,000 overdrawn.

If comparison is made with the same allo-
cation per head for St. John that parish
would be in receipt of $15,159 after contri-
buting the sum of $93,573 to the Fund. By
this method of computation St. John would
have lost $78,414 although she could easily
have spent that sum on repair of houses.

Equally unsatisfactory is the case of St.
Joseph where at $1.50 per head the inhabi-
tants of St. Joseph would receive $11,568
after having contributed $81,488 to the
Fund. St. Joseph would therefore lose
$69,920, which ought to be spent on repair-
ing the houses of her sugar workers.

It is clear from these figures that the
amount of the allocations to each parish
should be made in accordance with the
amount contributed. If this is not done, it
is obvious that the distribution will benefit
the urban areas at the expense of the rural
districts where the visit of the Mobile
Cinema is the most exciting entertainment.

The small peasant producer has another
grievance.

From the Rehabilitation Fund the fac-
tory owner is entitled and has already been
paid amounts for the replacements of
machinery. This is as it should be; but the
peasant farmer who is entitled to approxi-
mately eight cents per ton on home pro-
duced canes which he sells to the factory
is not receiving this sum under the Rehab-
ilitation Fund because of the clause which
only allots this sum for the purchase of
lorries, tractors or for machinery replace-
ments, The peasant producer, the backbone
of all agricultural communities is being
doubly penalised while the town-dweller
scores. This policy will, unless checked,
ruin Barbados as an agricultural commun-
ity.

Whatever policy is eventually adopted
in the administration of this Fund, it is
clear that after three years’ accumulations
amounting to a sum ol $800,000,
greater effort must be made to bring to the
people whom it was intended to benefit,
individual rather than aggregate reward
for monies collected for their welfare

Although the Government did allot a sum
of money which now stands at $400,000
for housing loans, yet some $800,000 is
actually being spent on providing playing
fields and community halls, while the
$400,000 lies idle in the Treasury and no
board has apparently been appointed to
administer the fund for housing. In addi-
tion, $100,000 lies as a reserve in the Treas-
ury. Can it be that the Committee ap-
pointed to build playing fields, builds play-
ing fields while every one else is too lethar-
gic to spend a penny of the $400,000 speci-
fically alioted for housing loans.

If the Government desires to hand out the
money as gifts so that it will be of no use
to the workers in the industry in years to
come, then it is easy to appoint any indivi-
dual without any knowledge of the import-
ance of the administration to dole out the
funds. It might be done by the Old Age
Pensions Department in each parish for
that matter and be efficiently done. And the
quicker the better,

But if there is any desire to help the
worker in the sugar industry to raise his

some



OUR READERS SAY:

. activities in the Caribbean.

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standard of living and enjoy the araenities
and benefits of a good home which will
encourage him to stay up in the country,
then it must get on with the job which any-
one with eyes can see is Priority One.



John Harrison

THE Exhibition of Mr. John Harrison's
paintings at the Museum is, perhaps, a
suitable moment to reflect on his other art
He goes on
leave shortly, after three years’ work as
Arts and Exhibitions Officer of the British
Council in the West Indies. It is to be
hoped that he will return to further this
useful and valuable work. :

During his stay in the West Indies Mr.
Harrison has almost travelled its ‘length.
Apart from his work in the Island Colonies,
British Guiana and British Honduras, he
has visited Haiti, San Domingo and the
French possessions. His knowledge of
painters and painting in this area 1s
unique. His travels might almost be des-
cribed as “missionary journeys”, for he has
spread the gospel of Art to unbelievers,

and sustained the faithful.

Mr. Harrison has not neglected the
smaller islands for the sake of the larger
colonies. During his visits to both he has
run courses of lectures for teachers and
children, given classes in drawing, paint-
ing, cut-paper designs, lino and potato cuts,
encouraged his pupils to paraphrase the
work of famous painters and held exhibi-
tions of the work produced. One such ex-
hibition of specimens from Grenada is now
on view at “Wakefield”. By lectures, talks
on the Radio and articles he has endeav-
oured to stimulate an interest in art among

the adult populations. He has encouraged
local artists in their work, helped with
their exhibitions and tried to make their
work better known not only in their own
colony, but in other parts of the Caribbean.

A striking example of the interest in art
which Mr. Harrison has fostered occurred
recently in this Island. A course of lec-
tures was to be given by him at the
Museum for elementary school teachers.
Over 180 teachers thought it worth while
to attend these lectures during the first
week of their Christmas holiday, and two
courses of lectures were held.

“To what purpose?” Or, “Why teach the
man in the street about Picasso and
Graham Sutherland?” These are questions
sometimes asked. The purpose is surely
to enable us to appreciate art, this not only
widens our horizon, but increases our en-
joyment of life. The art of Picasso and
Graham Sutherland is as much a product
of the 20th century as is a Transatlantic
airship or a ferro-concrete building. We,
who live in the 20th century, should try to
understand and appreciate what is happen-
ing around us; 20th century art is by no
means the only art or the best art, but it is
our art.

To many in this area Mr. Harrison has
opened the gates of a new field of know-
ledge and pleasure. We are grateful for his
untiring energy, patience, and above all,
for his enthusiasm. He has done and is still
going “a good job”. Let us not be unmind-
ful, however, of the fact that the British
Council is responsible for Mr. Harrison’s
activities, our gratitude to Mr. Harrison is
also our gratitude to the British Council
for this branch of its work in the Carib-
bean.

Welcome

THE WARMTH of the welcome accord-
ed the British Guiana cricketers who
arrived during the week, was heightened
by the knowledge that their very early
arrival was due to unfriendly weather
conditions in their homeland. Unprece-
dented rains there rendered trial games
impossible and so our flannelled friends
“the enemy”’—came early to obtain some
much needed practice. It is hoped that the
desired object will be achieved, and when
the tourney opens on Thursday next at
Kensington, it will be lacking nothing of
that keen rivalry which has always mark-
ed contests between British Guiana and
Barbados.

Guianese cricketers’ have earned for
themselves a reputation for fighting
against whatever odds there be, and no
doubt Capt. Camacho and his gallant men
will go all out to follow the trail blazed by
their illustrious predecessors. And added
to the rational urge to win is the incentive
of the West Indies team to tour England
later this year. Each player on either side
will strive to give of his best, for the glory
of his side and himself, and if it should not
be that victory crowns their efforts, then
each will lose cheerfully in accordance
with the best traditions of the game. We
join in the wish for fine weather, and the
hope that the best side will triumph.

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Sittings

“At the final reception of
Mr. Ernest Bevin in the House
of Representatives in Ceylon
a troupe of thinly clad dancing
girls were performing in the
Members’ lobby. To Britisn
visitors this seemed slightly un-

parliamentary.” — From _ the
News, i
THAT’S what’s wrong with

British politics.

How much happier they would
all be in The Mother of Parlia-
ments if the following scene
could be truthfully reported:—

A Member: Is it not a fact that
if the groundnuts scheme had
been organised by business
men instead of Government offi-
cials, Levery man, woman, .and

| child in the country would have

all the monkey nuts they could

| eat?

Minister: The hon. member is
mistaken if he thinks the ground-
nuts scheme was organised
provide monkey nuts. It is
provide margarine.

_ The Member; Answer my ques-
tion, yes or no.

Minister: 1 am sorry I can-
not oblige the hon. member. The
dancing girls are coming in from
the lobby.

Member: What dancing girls?

Minister; The honourable gen-
tleman is apparently not aware
of a new procedure in the House.
Instead of spending a dull after-
noon answering silly questions,
dancing girls from the mysterious
East will entertain us.

Very Old Member: Jolly good

idea.
1 A Member: Can the Minister
state if the girls have been im-
{ported through bulk purchase
jor under private enterprise?
(Laughter).

The Minister: I believe it is a
fact that the hiring of dancing
girls will soon be one of the few
remaining , activities of private
enterprise. (loud laughter dnd
Socialist Cheers).

A Woman Member: Is this not
another prceof fhat men are unfit
to govern? I invite all women
members to leave the House as a
protest.

to

to

; Very Old Member: Jolly good
idea. Then the girls can sit next

; to some of us.
(Cries of “Order, order.’’)
The Speaker: The hon. mem-



ber must not insult hon. women

members by suggesting their
presence is unwelcome in the
House.

Members (together): Here they
come. I say, what smashers

Very Old Member: Who'll
on my knee? Who'll sit on
knee?

sit
my





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On

By Nathaniel Gubbins

The Speaker:. May I remind
hon. members, and particularly
the hon. and venerable member,
that cuddling in the House is out
of Order?

Cry, Brother, Cry

3elieving that people who
worry too much would be
happier if they exchanged
their troubles with others
worse off than themselves, an

American character called

The Mad Mogi of Manhattan

has opened a Worry-of-The-

Month Club with a Crying

Room for those overcome by

other-members’ worries.

SURE brother. I know your
wife believes in re-incarnation.
She thinks she was a beautiful
slave in ancient Egypt. You’ve
told me three times, brother.

But she still thinks she’s a
slave. And she still thinks she’s
beautiful. And she thinks I’m
Rameses the First or sump’n.

Yes, brother,, I know. But this
is a worry club and we have to
exchange our worries. Let me tell
you about my wife.

How would you like it if a
stout party of 45 fell flat down
on her face every time you came
in at the front door?

I wouldn’t like it, brother,
let me tell you my case.

Or crawled out of rooms back-
wards on her hands and knees?

I know it’s tough, brother, but
listen, will you?

Or banged her head on the floor
at breakfast and said: “O Lord of

but

the Universe, is thy coffee hot?”
How would you like to start a
day's work with that on your
mind?”

, 1 wouldn’t, brother. Any more
than I would like to start the day
without any coffee, in case it’s
poisoned.

Your wife trying to poison you?

My wife believes in re-incarna-
tion, too. But she thinks I am
a slave and she’s Cleopatra. And
you know what Cleopatra’s fav-
ourite parlour game was.

Trying out poisons on slaves to
see what happened?

That was the general idea. And
that’s my wife’s idea, if I don’t
watch out.

Brother, I could cry for you

I could cry for you,
brother. ‘ ‘

Let’s go into the Crying Room
together and cry for each other.

In The Club

“WELL, I see they’ve started
on the housewives.”

“Who have?”

“The Government. They’re now
going to allow bakers to make
richer cakes for 3s. a pound, Very

too,

“ Favouritism ? Nonsense! The PUREST coincidence.”

Lon on Express Servigs

The Fence

kind of them, isn’t it?”

“Very.”

“And very subtle, too, There
are no flies on the boys in the
Cabinet.”

“Aren't there?”

“You wouldn’t think a dozen
grown-up, responsible men would
get round a table and say to each
other, ‘If we give the middle-
class housewife a richer
she’ll vote for us.’ Now would
you?”

“No I wouldn't.”

“But that’s how their minds
work. They never miss a trick.
And you can look ot for some
tricks in the next few weeks.”

“Can 1?”

“Like the one they played on
the workers in the building
trade. Another ha’penny an hour
just before the General Election.
Would you vote for a Govern-
ment because they gave you
another ha’penny an hour?”

“No.” 7

“What’s a ha’penny
anyway?”

an hour,

“A ha’penny an hour, I sup-
pose.”

“In an eight-hour. day it
amounts to fourpence. In a six-
day week it amounts to a couple
of bob. Not enough to buy a
packet of cigarettes, with the
tax Cripps has put on them, And
they call themselves Socialists.
Don’t make me iaugh.’

“I'm not trying to.”

“IT don’t suppose the house-
wives will forget the trick they
played on them a reek ago.”

“Won't they?”

“The Ministry of Food an- |
nounced that some canned meat
was off points. And what hap-
pened?”

“I don’t know.”

“They took the meat off points
because there wasn’t any left in
the shops, Very funny, wasn’t it?
I don’t suppose they’ve stopped
laughing yet.”

“Don’t you?”

“And before Feb. 23 a lot of
funny things are going to happen.
Meat will come off the ration.
Look what happened to the bacon.
Eggs will be thrown at us by the

ton. You'll be showered with
rich cakes. and chocolates _ till
you're sick. And what’ll they do
when they've got your vote?”

“No idea.”

“All rations reduced. Private
property confiscated. Income tax
15s. in the £. Heavier taxes on
spirits and tobacco. You might

as well be dead. Don’t you want
your lunch?”
“No. ”
London Express Service





Devaluation Can Only Be Temporary Expedient

To The Editor—The Advocate.

SIR,—Years ago the man in the
street did not trouble himself
about such matters as the Bank
Rate and the Gold Standard but
went about his ordinary business
with the certainty that nothing
could happen to sterling and left
such questions to the financial ex-
perts to be dealt with To-day
nevertheless the ordinary citizen
takes a keen interest knowing
full well that his daily bread ar
butter is vitally affected by these
currency problems.

serve,
were

securities.

believed that

such

for

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The
course,

price

The whole idea un
Gold Standard itself is that Gold

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As very few of these notes
ever presented to be re-
deemed in gold, the system arose
of issuing notes against loans and
So long as the public
such
were convertible on demand, there
was no trouble about paying gold
instruments
actually presented for redemption,
As soon, however, as a doubt be-
to be felt as to the security
behind any one country’s paper,
a rush sets in to get out of that
currency as soon as possible.

of
reflected
exchange quotations. It

internal policy.

one kind and_ another

instructions the maximum benefits

in production. Hence
and the rise
cost to the point
could no _ longer
foreign markets.

as were in

where
compete

a demand for sterling.
sterling is, of
in the foreign
must be





The large sums
spent on industrial re-equipment
plus Government expenditure of
and the
level of consuntption has reduced
that was
hoped to be gained from fhe drive
inflation
manufacturing
Britain
in
It was therefore
necessary to redress this state of
affairs at the same time recreating
Eventual-
ly it was agreed that the sterling-
dollar exchange rate was no longer
practicable in view of the inter-

impetus will be given to export
trade but imports from the dollar
area will rise to the extent of the
depreciation so also will the price
rise on imports from non-
dollar areas if their dollar price
is maintained. The cost of our
food, raw material, manufactured
goods and cost of living will rise
and it is therefore idle to think
that this effort can be limited to
a slight increase of a point or two
in the cost of living index

Sooner or later it will be neces-
sary to stabilize the pound again.
The qvestion will then be, on
what basis should stabilization be
effected for before ‘the of

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is a medium which provid mind that the foreign national loss of confidence in the world can be fully restored
basis :for settlement between parity rates show the sterling thereby increasing the there must be established _ ‘
different countries and acts in actual content of the various gold Grain on Britain’s Gold and dollar general convertibility 0; id
Goene measure >. lard of coins of the different countries, Tesources and resort was made to assets lodged in the banks of &
value. 20F oe : : whereas the publishe foreign devaluation country maintaining free gold
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expected that the exchange value
of the currency can be main-
tained thereafter you watch the
movement of exchange with other
countries, above and below the
new parity, which at times assist-

ance is rendered by Government
manipulation of exchange until
equilibrium is established As

soon as it is found that exchange
really has found its own level
without un@ue support from the
yovernment, de jure stabilization

takes place. That is to say, the
exchange value of the new
monetary unit is fixed by law,

and every endeavour is made to

keep it at the legal ratio,
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gUND:

) ‘Bridgetown
Was Hot
Yesterday







RIDGETOWN had a very hot
B ny yesterday Dut on two oc-
uo lie ll Shortly after
(2810 ck ning a light
Yclock in rning a lig
9.00 seg another came
snower
after apa i lay and up to 6.00
pa morning the
gcloeâ„¢ fall the island was 52
rainfall for the é
jotal Ta ation Hill District, with
parts parts recorded the greatest
e ;
yr that period. :
painted ie ns were City 0, Station
ae: 9 parts, St. George 8

i] District :
et St. Philij
as 6 parts, St. + ete
parts, St. James <
2 parts, St. Andrew

5 parts.

HE PROGRAMME arranged
this

; ar the

. shows that

ye siting five parishes.

st, John, St. Philip, St. Lucy,
§, Thom is é George.

onday «

ee jonn's Almshouse. Tuesday

i] be in the St Martin’s area of

Gt Philip. The Cinema will visit

Mobile Cinema
the Cinema will






Crab Hill and Husbands area, St.

Lucey on Wednesday.

A show will be given at the

sharon and Edghill areg of St.

5 Thursday and on Fri-
mas on Thursday anc "
“oa residents of St. George will
penefit irom a show at Charles
Rowe Bridge and St. George’s

Church.

HE LOSS of a goat

ed by Joseph Smith of Belle
Gully. The goat valued $12
and Smith stated that it was taken
F trom his enclosed yard between
10.00 am. and 6.00 p.m. on Tues-
day.

LLA COOPER of Cheapside

Road reported the loss of one
fin of Klim valued $1.05 from her
tesidence between Sunday last and
| Monday.

N ACCIDENT occurred at

about 8.15 p.m. on Thursday
on Bay Street betwen three motor
tars, One was M 2167, owned and
driven by Herbert Armstrong of
Park Road, Bush Hall. The other
M1539 is owned by George Jones

was report-



of Chelsea Road and driven
ty Lionel Ramsay of the same ad-
dress while the third X 411 is



owned and was driven by Vernon
Armstrong of Graeme Hall Plant-
ation. .

The right rear fender
bumper of M.2167 were dan

and





ger
ged

HE CORNER of Hincks and
Me Gregor Streets was tne
gene of an accident at about
£410 pm. on Thursday.
The accident involved motor
M 2496, owned and driven by
trick Godfrey of White Park

Road and a bicycle owned by Cecil

Eatmond of Brighton Tenantry,
Si, George and ridden by Whit-
Meld Alleyne of the same address,
eThe bicycle was badly damaged

t front fender of

aged

Pout only the righ

the car was da

FIRE of unknown origin
P4&broke out at Waterford Plant-
ation at about 1.30 a.m. yesterday









md destroyed 4 acres of third crop
pmipe canes. The nes belong to
Mr, R. E. Gil| of the same planta-

fon and are insured.

N ACCIDENT occurred on

Barbarees Hill at about 4.15
pm, on Friday between National
tus M 1045, ch was driven by
Mtvine Alleyne of Paynes Bay and
the motor lorry M 902, owned and
Given by Oscar Worrell of Ivy







Village.

The motor car L. 76, which was
parked near cene of the ac-
itident, was dar ged.

N FRIDAY at about 12 noon a

fire of unknown origin broke
gt at Edgecumbe Plantation

Md destroyed 300 holes of first
stop ripe cane belonging to

magecumbe Ltd. They were in-

red,
WENTY-THREE year old Ger-
trude Green of St. John was

fi in difficulties while she was
Mathing at Martin's Bay early last
day morning. She was rescued
by Walter Bryan, also of St. John.

Bj! IS UNDERSTOOD that Do-
, Minion C.C. have carried off
me Championship of the Leeward
vision of the B.C.L, Barrows
©. and Dominion met in the final

me of the season, Dominion
fed with 34 points while Bar-
Were one point behind.
muiern Progressive, with 27
Mints, held third position.
Â¥. Todd, who tormerly played
Rthe now defunc t, Winton GC.,
ved? for Dominion and
it star bowler.

yas

HE TWENTY-TWO foot fish-
ping boat “Wa hpan”,
#0 Williams of Oistin, Christ
mutch, broke away from its
MINES in the ( areenage some-
before 5.00 am. on Thurs-
a) â„¢ it was recovered later the
ame evening,
After Ivan Layne had reported
Matter to the Police at the
Post in the morning, the
Mtpan” was sighted drifting
South westerly direction. The
m. Y8S mot occupied. It was
mt towed in. It is valued $542
Pes insured,
ees boat has the name of a
Which was famous in Barba-
peeny Years ago.

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UNLOADING

Seawell
Equipment
Arrives

Some of

the equipment to be
used in the construction of the
new runway at Seawell Airport

arrived on Friday evening by the
motor vessel “Caracas”, Engin-
eers had a busy day yesterday
when the work of unloading and
transporting began.

The equipment was brou; ht
from Trinidad and the work is
under the contract of J. N.\ Har-
riman and Company. The esti-
mated cost of work i
$1,680,000. There were many
pieces of machinery and the
transportation is expected to con-

the

tinue to-day. The major portion
of the equipment will be carried
on tractors to Seawell. The re-

mainder will be driven.
Among the equipment aré
carryalls which can carry 12 cubic



yards of stuff one trip, bull-
dozers, cart wagons which are
loaded by shovels, drag lines for
loading wagons, cranes, :notor
patrols, motor rollers, crushers,
drill compressors and welding
plants,
The Ship

The Chracas” was formerly

one of the vessels engaged in the
cattle, trade between Trinidad and
Venezuela. Now, it trades with
general cargo between the same
two ports,

Though built in Holland, the

“Caracas” has been registered at
La Guaira, Venezuela. It is owned
by Eseata and Navaira of Port-ol-
Spain, Trinidad.

Its crew of 17, including Captain
Vincent, is made up of 15 Vene-
zuelans and two Trinidadians.

The “Caracas” has a gross ton-
age of 400 tons, a length of 135
feet, beam 24 feet, draught 9 feet
and is capable of making 10 knots.

It is berthed opposite the Gov-
ernment Crane in the Careenage

Jamaican
Visitors
isit
Entertainec
ntertained
Department of
Agriculture was paid yesterday
morning by Mr. C. V. Atkinson,
Mr. C. H. Valentine and Mr. A. Ww.
Campbell, the visiting trio of
Jomaican Agriculturists. They took
the opportunity to have an in-
formal discussion with the Peasant
Instructors present. ‘

Later in the day the visitors
were entertained to lunch at God-
dard’s Restaurant. Another enter-
tainment in the form of a cocktail
party followed at 5.30. Scene of
the party was the Head Office of
the Department of Agriculture,

Mr. Atkinson, Mr. Valentine and
Mr, Campbell are members of the
Field Staff of the Jamaica Agri-

cultural Society. They are due to
return to Jamaica next Thursday

A visit to the



Van Damaged
In Collision *

An accident occurred yesterday
morning at the corner of Jem-
mott’s Lane, Bay Street, between

the motor car X-410 owned by
James Roach of Britton’s Hill and
driven by Alfred Blackman of

Christ Church, and the motor van
M-1117 owned by William Fogarty
Ltd. of Broad Street and driven
by. Roy Marshall of Bridgefield,
St. Thomas. Bis

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Wi. Women

Conference
‘Tomorrow

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

KINGSTON (By Mail).

Lady Huggins, President of the
Jamaica Federation of Women,
has announced details of the Gen-
eral Conference of Women from
the West Indies to be held in
Jamaica on February 6, 7 and 8,
under the auspices of the Federa-
tion. to discuss social conditions
in the West Indies.

The conference will be attended
by delegates from British Guiana,
Trinidad and Barbados, with pos-
sibly Curacao and other islands
represented as well. The Execu-
tive and Parish Advisory Commit-
tees of the Jamaica Federation of
Women will take part in the con-
ference as delegations, and other

* delegates from various social wel-

fare organisations in Jamaica
have been asked to attend together
with representatives from the
Fast Indian and Chinese commu-
nities here,

A feature of the conference will
be the goodwill visit, as delegates,
of Mrs. Hiram Houghton, Ist Vice-
President of the General Federa-

tion of Women’s Clubs of the
United States, and Mrs. Sara
Whitehurst, Chairman of the

Council of International Clubs of
the United States Federation of
Women’s Clubs,

In addition a delegation of eight
women from Dallas, Texas, who
became interested in. West Indian
preblems through hearing Lady
Huggins’ lectures, will attend the
conference, headed by Mrs.
Charles Powell of that city. The
city of San Antonio, Texas, is also
sending a group of fourteen wo-
men of a “good neighbour” tour,
which will include participation in
the conference,



WEDDING.
HINKSON—SARJEANT

_— Ebenezer Church in
Crumpton Street was the
scene of a pretty wedding on

Saturday last, when Mr. Joseph
Oscar Hinkson, took as his bride
Miss Dorcas Imojean Sargeant,
both of Cleavers Hill, St. Joseph.
The bride was given in marriage
by her father Mr. Orman Sarjeant,
and the duties of bestman was
performed by Mr. Hartley Hink-
son,

The bride was beautifully at-
tired in romaine sheer, The skirt
was sprinkled with silver sequins
and the bodice was of lace stud-
ded with rhinestones. The head-
dress was of embroidered tulle
held in place by a wreath of
Lilies of the Valley.,This was the
handiwork of her sister Miss Do-
reen Knight who was maid of
honour and wore greeh and gold.
The bride carried a bouquet
of anthurium lilies and Queen
Anne’s lace.

The Misses Ruth and Carmeta

Clarke where the _ bridesmaids
and the flower girls were the
Misses Agnes Trotman, Gloria,
Caroline, and Margaret Herbert,
Elsa Sargeant, Gloria Walcott
Nancy Holdip, Elene and Car-

meta Webb.

Mr. C. Roberts was Usher while
Miss M, Goddard and Mrs. C.
Roberts presided at the organ.
The ceremony which was fully
choral was performed by the Rev.

G. F. Nicholls, and afterwards
the happy couple motored to
their residence “Elsville” Clea-
ver’s Hill where the reception

was held.

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at Seawell

S. Ww. District
Welcome
Chief Scout

At Scout Headquarters

ON SATURDAY LAST, 28th
January, at Scout Headquarters,
His Excellency the Governor,
Local Chief Scout, was welcomed
by the Cubs, Scouts, Rovers,
Scouters and Lay Members of
the South Western Scout District,
which comprises the parishes of
St. George, Christ Church and
St. Michael. His Excellency cross-
ed a Draw Bridge constructed by
Senior Scouts of the District soon
after his arrival, and after being
introduced to the Scouters, he
proceeded to the parade ground
via Headquarters Building where
he was met by the Lay Members.
He was welcomed by the Cubs
who gave the Grand Howl and
rushed to the centre of the parade
circle. This was followed by a
Scout Yell and Spiral Rally led
by the D.S.M., Mr. Cyril Brath-
waite.

The D.C., Mr. Charles Springer,
then formally welcomed the Chief
Scout who replied with words cf
encouragement. His Excellency in
the course of his address expressed
the Movement by the Lay Mem-
bers, and he exhorted the Scouts
pleasure at ‘the interest taken in
of ali ages to live up to their
Scouting traditions when not in
uniform, as that was one test of
the worthwhile scout. H.E. then
distributed the first Warrants
signed by him to the Scouters
who were present,

The LC., Mr. W. H: Carter,
M.B.E., who was also present, then
called on the Scouts to renew their
Scout Promise, after which three
cheers for His Excellency brought
the function to a close.

Scout Extinguish Fire
About 3.15 p.m. on Friday Jan-

uary 27th the dread alarm of
“fire” was heard in the Hart’s
Gap area, Christ Church. Scout

Keith Philips of 4th Barbados
(James Street) Group, who lives
in the vicinity, quickly doubled to
the scene to find a neighbour’s
house on fire. Securing some
buckets of water and enlisting the
willing help of the by-standers,
Philips worked briskly until the
blaze was subdued and finally
extinguished. When the Brigade
arrived, we understand, all was
over, Philips, however, stayed on
the job to help clean up the debris,
to send through some necessary
telephone calls, and to make him-
self generally useful as every
Scout should, whether he’s “in” or
“out” of uniform.

Scout Radio Programme

On Monday evening next at
6.15 the first in the Series of
Seout Radio Programmes “The

Voice of Scouting’ for 1950 will
be heard over Radio Distribution.
On this occasion you will hear a
broad outline of the training of
the various sections of the Move-
ment given by experienced
Scouters. So don’t forget to listen
in on Monday evening at 6.15.

Injured In Accident

Nathaniel Bailey of Grazette’s
Road, St. Michael, was injured on
bis right knee and taken to the
General Hospital yesterday about
12.30 p.m, after he was involved
in an accident with the car M-786
on Lower Broad Street. Bailey
was riding the bicycle M-8570 at
the time of the accident. The
front of the bicycle was exten-
sively damaged.

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(From Our St. John's Correspondent)

ANTIGUA’S luxurious Mill
Reef Club has opened 1950 with
an encouraging season ahead.
Its sixty odd members wili be
visiting here, some for long,
others for shorter periods
throughout the winter. February
and March are fully booked and
this is the first year the club will
remain open continuously.

Twelve thousand acres of land
on the south-eastern end of the
island were purchased in 1947.
Following a vast clearing of bush
the main club building was
started in March 1948 under the
direction of Mr. Robertson Ward
Architect who is also its Presi-
dent and in February 1949 mem-
bers were able to occupy sixteen
roorns. There are now twenty
rooms available, all having their
own individual verandahs over-
looking the beautiful Mill Reef
Bay. It was previously known
here as Exchange Bay but mem-
bers felt that the word Exchange
was too reminiscent of business.
The plain stone building st&ands
near the edge of elevated land
with almost a sheer drop to the
mile or two of clean yellow
beach beneath.

Perhaps tne greatest feature of
the building is the wide expanse
of glass used throughout, thus
rendering a full vision of the
glittering Atlantic and shielding
the prevailing high winds. The
lounge is tropical with plenty of
green foliage surrounding a
peaceful lily pond. Healthy
banana and pawpaw trees laden
with fruit form a restful back-
ground.

Barbadian Swimmers

There is a change of colour
scheme in every room with con-
trasting bold tropical tapestries.
Pictures hanging from the walls
are all modern water colour
paintings of the West Indies. A
narrow stone path winds its way
for about two hundred yards
from the club down the hill along
the ledges of hewn rock to the
lovely Beach House built of
Dominica Bamboo, Buffet lunches
are served daily in the Beach
House where members can also
sit and watch tennis on one side
or gaze on to Smiths Island on
the other. Incidentally, it is said
that several Barbadians did some
island to island swimming while

staying there during the last
sugar conference. A
Mill Reef possesses six miles

of beaches comparable with the
best in the West Indies. There
is fine anchorage for pleasure
yachts at Ricketts Harbour and

Police Band



Pla s Today vs quality
\ . England and on his obtaining a

AN Operatic Excerpt by Verdi Whole-time officer, sailed by the
is included in the programme of

the Police Band under Capt. C, E.

Raison when they hold their con-im view. He was accompanied by
cert at Queen’s Park to-day be-

ginning at 4.45 p.m.
The Programme: — .
(1) Grand March “Florintina”

Fucik Mission will

(2) Overture “Raymond” Thomas
»3) Operatic Excerpt—
“La Travaita” ....
(4) Selection... “Lilac Time”
Schubert
“Pomone”
Waldteufel
(6) Sacred Song “Judex’’ Gownod
(7) Suite “Othello”
Coleridge-Taylor
(8) Geand March “the Homage
March”... ..... Greig
Harvest Hy'r1s: —A.M. 384
A.M. 382
GOD SAVE THE KING,

100 Come

Over 100 passengers from South-

(5) Concert Valse



ampton, kngiand, arrived at
Barkados yesterday by the pas-
senger liner “Golfito’ of the

Elders & Fyffes line.
Of these, 26 landed here ane

the other 75 were intransit for
Trinidad.
The “Golfito” sailed out last

night for Trinidad. Local agents
are Messrs, Wilkinson & Haynes
Co., Ltd.



19 Cars Arrive

About 19 motor cars arrived
from London yesterday by Steam-
ship “Dalesman”, which is con-
oa to Messrs. Da Costa & Co.,
atd.

This vessel also brought per-

fumery essence and_ portland
cement among the cargo for
Barbados.

ee

In an article in yesterday's “Advo-
cate” under the head “Accident Stops
Traffic in Swan Street” it was incorrectly
Stated that bags of pollard were scat-
tered ail over the road. This should

have read: Bags of balanced animal
feed.



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Nonsuch Bay. Already five mem-|
bers have built their own houses |
and many more are to be con-|
structed this year. The bunga-!
lows present a most unusual)
Picture because in most cases|
they have been painted in shades
of pink, niauve or blue. Mrs. |
Ward's house “Bali-li’ so called|
because of the many carvings it!
contains brought from Bali
Island in the Pacific, is washed |
a beautiful blue which from a
distance is often the same as the

sea.
Golf Too

This year's work is being con-
centrated on the building of
roads; nine holes of the eighteen
hole golf course are almost com- |
plete. Allowances have been
made for further extensions to
the club at a later date by way
of adding another structure of
twenty rooms parallel with the
present club and the garden
which now forms an attractive
frontage will eventually be en-
closed in a courtyard. i

Mill Reef is not confined to}
Americans only, there are several!
English nfembers as well as some!
from Bermuda. Its directors are |
Henry Holt—Connecticut, Thomas







& BEACTIFUL
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Danie’s — Minnesota, Bertram |
Work—Bermuda, John Brother-|
hood — Connecticut, Severance!

Millikin— Cleveland, Ohio. This!
project which is giving years of |
work to hundreds of Antiguans
is eighteen miles away from St.
John’s. They prefer not to have
telephones and _ radios. Trans-
portation is provided members by
their own station wagons.

In just over two years Mill!
Reef has become the island's
exclusive self-contained area,

generating their own electricity,
manufacturing their own ice!
which has come to the rescue of}
St. John’s on many occasions, and|
their reservoir conserves oxer six}
hundred thousand gallons. of
rainwater accumulated by catch-
ments,

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along with antiquated public



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25 Years Ago |

BARBADOS ADVOCATE, |
FEBRUARY 5, 1925)
Personal
On account of a bad knee Dr
Lionel Hutson will be unable
accompany the Barbados team to
Trinidad. |
Dr. J. A. Browne, who was re-|
cently appointed Ophthalmologist
on condition that at an early op-

he should in

to}

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diploma he would be made a
i.L.S. “Ingoma” for Trinidad en
route to England with this object

Mrs, Browne. |
Parade Service

A Parade Service of the local
Forces in connection with the
be held at St. Mary’s
on Sunday next 8th instant at
9.30 a.m,

The service is for men
The preacher will be \he Rev
Hon, Stephen Phillimore,

Copies of Hymns to be used
the parade service can
tained at the Church

Diamond Industry

The “Argosy” says each steamer
brings large numbers of tributors
on the way to the diamond areas.
The district has in consequence
become congested and the men

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CAPITAL
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NIGHT in Paris”
you will; you
iow the ni: in lights as weil
as 1 do. For my Saturday night I
set out to try to recapture my lost
youth

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SUNDAY ADVOCATE a

Talking About Music ...
The Demand Is:

Works Only’

By Neville Cardus

HERE is a difference and a great composers. He died in

distinction, not yet recorded
any

the sbehaviour
subscribers to concerts and sub-
circulating

or
between

to

concerts stand
to the literature of music exactly
as circulating libraries stand to
literature in general.

subserirs

gi The
plouse, a long golden pendant, and ating libraries

close-fitting trews of the Gordon
tartan. These two were very ac-
complished, and seemed virtually
tireless.

concerts

“latest” books, the subscribers to
insist on the old stuff
3eethoven, Wagner Tchaikovsky
—Tchaikovsky for preference

1911, yet not long ago I read
something by one of our most
prominent writers on music to
the effect that Mahler was prone
to “philosophisings” of a “Teu-
tonic” kind.

But Mahler was not Teutonic;
certainly he was no philosopher.
He was born in Bohemia, and he
never forgot the landscape and
atmosphere of his boyhood, in all
his works we hear fanfares from
the barracks in the distance,
horn calls, bird calls. He was
also a Jew who became the

other psycho-
of

libraries
in relation

to the circu-
insist on the

The proprietor soniye “er I seldom hear anybody in my most authoritative conductor in
again. Jumpin, a. i es ee lending library asking for Mid- Europe, at the Vienna State
he crowed. Grapbed Dy ¢ Z dlemarch, one of the few novels Opera.

he

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for brainwork So his temperament assimilated

paused long enough ens vews Will survive comparison with a cosmopolitan culture, with the
that the gir) in the ee fi trew* say the Ninth Symphony of result that even in his maturity
was “one . of the aa es "toate Beethoven “Have you Nigel he remained mixed in the
models in PONE Ae ee in Balchin’s latest?” I hear them elements, naive and complex.
of ali=-she' pursucs ‘le jitler "asking the nice patient girl who Into a tone-world of country
order to keep her —e ; te cttends to me “I forget the title fields, villages and low-roofed
reasonable Camsbution: ss vague The Parasites, I think” rooms, enter the over-civilised
The young man ihe aver a Few people run to,the Albert flavours and nostalgic violin
about, so we ee ec hide on to Hall to hear a work by Rubbra portamento of the city and opera
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jitter” with the American Red Empty Hails? shape and material of the Aus-
Cross just after the war, = OFTEN wonder what the trian symphonic style. He reall;
“A —_ organisation, be music, public would be listen- took over the heritage o
added with fervour. ‘Now 1 OM in. to nowadays if Beethoven hac Schubert. There is nothing in
about to * oo oo a vie not composed the third and fifth his ae ae of the Beethoven
wants. An Se ee : ymphonies, and the fifth piano heroira ~et ical standpoint; and
le Red Cross Ame icain concerto. If Greig had not com- certainly he was never one of the
He shot back to renewed posed his piano concerto and if Brahmsian bourgeoisie.
support to the in Gorcon Tchaikovsky had forgotten t In The Song of the Earth he:
There was a ae no “ ae. concerto of all, and the fourth teenth-century romanticism. But
door ew oanee P a 8 f i sixth symphonies he was one of the first to react
ele e the Maestro | AU will be a refreshing against _ this same luscious
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of Kuwait. He rules 100,000 sub- a for - -

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ae ” Ww ve wait i own water

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turies to the years of Abraham

his al-
for- when the desert was green.

world’s richest men,
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tune flows from oil.

Reports just published give the
frst definite indication of the But The Women Are Still
Sheikh’s wealth. Oil gushes from ; Veiled
his country at the rate of 1,120,439 — While the richer Kuwaits are

becoming Westernised the sheikh
still disapproves of Western dress.
The women are

The sheikh

tons a month. - f

On a royalty basis this means
5s. a ton for Sir Ahmad, £3,360,-
000 a year, paid in Indian rupees.
And almost every month the gush
flows more strongly, taking him
rp to the £ 4,000,000 line.

Its Only City Is Walled In
The sheikh is an erect, digni-

fed man of 65, with a short
srizzled beard resting on a double
chin.

Genial crow’s-feet crease
orners of dark eyes looking out
from beneath a gaily-patterned
yead-dress.

Britain protects his country and
keeps a political agent there.

Its only city, the seaport of

El Kuwait, is a typical Arab

town, surrounded on_ three

sides by a wall 15 ft. thick and

on the fourth by the sea.

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had remained unchanged for
centuries, writing its history
slowly in pearls and poverty, in
the breeding of fine horses, and
the building of the tawny teak
hows which once brought its
nly water supply.

This water came in goat-skins
from 50 miles down the coast
nd was sold at a rupee a skin.

Oil Has Brought Them

and a_ telephone,

mained unchanged

wealth.

There, in two large state-rooms,
he meets visitors and holds court.

He is an absolute ruler, con-
trolled by custom, net constitu-
tion. But he has an advisory
Cabinet.

A cautious man, he looks on his
new wealth with some scepticism,
believing that what Allah has
given Allah may as readily take
away.

But he has made some conces-
sions to the Western fever which
has flushed the face of his country.

He has a motor yacht, a gift,
and he occasionally attends
the horse races organised by
employees of the oil company.

But he himself owns no horses.

He has, naturally, become the
target of those who would help
him exploit his money.

On his one visit to this country
15 years ago, he met the King,
bought a radio, and went to the
dentist.

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Luxuries _Recently a group of specul, {
Now oil has changed all that. It — oo a ates |
1s brought luxury cars and , 8 . . = {

him a film of the Derby.

He watched politely, but at the
end expressed an interest only in
the peculiar gesticulations of the |
tie-tae men. |

His family life is traditional.
In accordance with custom, he has |
more than one wife, and many |

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It
tankers which bring in 100,000
gallons of water a day.
it has cleared and straightened

he narrow main street of El

Kuwait. Where once meandered -hijdren

he dark men of the desert, herd- : : .
ng their goats now stand white- Fair In All His Dealings
icketed Arab traffic policemen i“ have a igh regar soos |
beneath shady umbrellas. Sheikh Sir Ahmad,” said a Britisn
Soon oil will pave the streets i” upon his return
nd shut out the sand that has *7°™, ;
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bears, Borate, me 8 6. Another darling, —— Gray,
icht skirts. ae ee hem . |
; the illusion of an .eVv = | : a :
Thine. ith tt - n ais Ticiare
the skirts worn with the i ie 3 ia |
were attractive. Many ot UKs
, were in foulard silk, rayon, : C
sn, and organdie, and had in4 :
ting diagonally ro Be eh one 5 |
Mines. draped fronts an a :
SF fcked and pleated pan- ‘ ie pe <
tow
Me fabrics used were tweeds :
worsted, wool alpaca, silk or 3
m shantungs, linens and repps, —
is that looks like silk, and
that looks like wool, A great Sa
Me Graves cad t sine. w s worn over a black dress with A white guipure lace dress “PIERETTE” was black tulle
it cere, in the va * « eyelet-hole embroidery. The jack- with straight skirt, and tiny covered with large satin spots.
Rede usvy. on oy “hite et had enormous sleeves with matching hat, had a huge bertha The short tight under-shirt was
ey nie of te ig fullness falling from a dropped collar falling like a cape covered with two tiers of very full HE star-and-cirel ff
eames sade - beige shoulder line. This dropped over the shoulders. The same tulle, and an enormous bow at 4 Star-and-circle 0: ‘ers one
en Shape. ware shoulder, with fullness coming heavy white lace formed a strap- one side of the strapless bodice of the most challenging and
Pick na chet fae. just above the elbow, was fre- less top for a navy blue pure silk held a vast floating stole. Black interesting unicursal
of black, and chalk 2,

problems.
a You are to draw the design in
one continuous line, without
crossing or retracing any part of
the line,

Another challenging test: close
your eyes and try to draw a five

ets falling straight to The models that gained aPp- and a short massive skirt com- sertion of lace, and then tucks pointed star within a circle,
hips will cause controversy. plause from a critical audience posed of la yer upon layer of round the hem. Beneath the lace eT : ¥ a
fwere a direct return to the wane the evening and party Ccadiemochia® votiiat ie wae. bike jacket the bodice stood out stiff- ee bed see cakbas =
One was in ice-lemon, dresses. “Trefoil” was white em- of pure silk organza, light as a ly in tucks. ILLUSTRATED shou ot b gg =<8 = a
revers and double- pbroidered organdie, buttoned feather. : Midnight blue Nottingham lace Che | f the lyeaibied danthan was
# fastening. A black and jike a coat over a white base. over silver lame, floating pink oeaiakcl ai amet
bow frothed over the collar.





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Of Them

SPRINGTIME may be the great-
est inspiration of the poets, but
its girls who seem to be the prime
The
; names of girls appear in countless
_ Songtitles or lyrics. See how many

of these you can identify from

Moocher, of whom
2. ——O’ My Heart, inspired by
——from Sunny Italy, Irving

; Berlin's first published son, whose
heroine has the same first name

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you?” h

happened ?
Wh

at does it all mean?" Bur
Sailor Sam is > tightly as
Rupert is, aad in ad cloth ts

tened over his me o thar he
amnet answer, bur only make
Tumaces,

my to me. |
8. Oh, » I'd give the world |
to live again the lovely past. |
9. —— doesn’t live here any |
more.
10. ——, is there anything finer |
than to be in Carolina with you? |
11. Weary looks, yet tender, |
speak their fond farewell, —, |



We Sing

12. Oh what a pal was |
13. When you and I were young,

14.
15. Sweet
16. I wonder what ever became

him.
How did you get here >



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of ——., that old girl of mine.

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know }
18. She gave her promise true |
upon Maxwellton’s

you knew ——

, like I



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Laurie? ]

19.
20. ——of Washington Square.
This can be
amusing party pastime.
guest who's good
play



Blue Gown.
the basis of an |
Have a
on the piano, |
snatches of the songs, and |

award a prize to the guest who
identifies the largest number cor-
rectly,

Answers: 1,

Minnie: 2 Peg: 3 Marie

4. Jeannie. 5. Clementine, 6 Nellie’ 7
Bonnie. 8 Genevieve. 9 Annie 10
Dinah. 11. Juanita Nita. 12 Margy 13
Maggie. 14. Ida. 15 Georgia. 16. Sally
17, Susy. 18. Annie. 19. Alice 20. Rose

(uide To Housewives:

BALANCED ANIMAL FEED
(Barbados Mixture)
100 lbs.—6% cts.

— 5.64 per
per lb

BALANCED POULTRY FEED

(Barbados Mixture)

— $6.20 per

100 tbs.—7cts. per lb.

$10.54 per bag of 160 Ibs.—714
cts.

WINNER of Last Wi

CORN

40 cts. per 100 Ibs. (ex field)—
60 cts. per 100 lbs.

OATS (FEED)

per lb.

Last Week's
Star

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Star is Mrs. Vera Morris, “Ella

Ville,” St. Lawrence. The n
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JOHNSON’S STATIONERY

ESTABLISHED OCTOBER 1924

BANKERS:—Barclays Bank (D.C. & 0.) Barbados and London.

THE LEADING STORE FOR STATIONERY REQUISITES

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Staple Machines and Staples, Punches, Pen
and Pin Trays, Waste Paper Baskets, Dating
Machines, Sponge Bowls, Scotch Tape,
Passepartout, Mending Tape, Drawing Pins,
Paper Clips in large variety, Tags, Twine, Pen Knives, Scissors,
Dusters; Paper Trays, Files, Binders etc., Typewriters for Rent,
We cut and supply Glass to fit old frames.
Stamp Dampers, Photograph Albums, Autograph Albums.

Air Mail Pads and Envelopes, Writing Pads
with and without Lines, Personal and Com-
mercial Envelopes, Blotting Paper in differ-
ent Colours, Box Stationery, Desk Blotters.
and Writing Sets, Typing Papers, Short Hand Note Books, Memo
Books, Account Books for all requirements, Ink Stands in Glass and
Plastic, Tissue Papers in different Colours, Assorted Crepe Papers,
Papers for Preserving Foods and Wrapping Heavy; Parcels.

TOILET
GOODS

iPerfumes, Lotions, Face











SOUVENIR GOODS

Leather Purses and Novelties with the Crest
of Barbados. Mahogany Trays, Book Ends,
Paper Weights — all featuring Barbados.

There is a wide selection of Chromium Novel-

IMPORTANT!

Through our Buying Agents in Lendon—Messrs.

LADE & CO., we can obtain for you anything




Creams, Powders, Bay from a Motor Car to a Drawing Pin, and you get

Rifles, Revolvers, Bi







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the benefit of Factory Prices. Nothing too small :
ties, all erested with the local crest. Station-

ery and stamped with Barbados design.

Hair Brushes, Combs, Ammunition,

a : Manicure Sets, Limacol,
~~ j Fete., ete. ete.

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“with containers for Per-

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Ammunition, All Ay





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IN ALL SIZES inna: a
leita sa GIVES YOU AN EQUAL SHARE IN TEN
ir Travel Bags, Web ie A beautiful range in
end Leether Strepe fer (16) BARBADOS TURF CLUB TICKETS. different Designs and
Bags and Blankets. BUY ONE OF OUR SYNDICATE TICKETS Colours to match any
Attache Cases and Docu- - AND HAVE TEN CHANCES TO WIN colour scheme, from 1/6
ment Cases, Music Cases, to 25/-
Leather Folders, Wallets, THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS. IF @HE BOOK ap et:
Purses and Ladies’ Hand THAT YOU INVEST IN EARNS $30,000.00, Also hand-painted China
Bags, Key Purses, Coin veut sy i Standards featuring old
Purses, Hey Rings. SHARE WILL BE $3,000.00 English Dress.
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x COCKTAIL SHAKERS 1Q cHANcEs FoR 2/- FOUNTAIN PE}
W ie AND SETS ss Se B — SOME RT
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grr ae 4/6 Each

Wonderful For Carbon Work
Refills Stocked.

New Shipment of
WATERMAN PENS
From $6.00 to $12.50

Your Initials in Gold or Silver,
Engraved on Pens for 2/-

INKS :— Puple,
Green, Blue-Black, »
dorsing and M :
Also Indian Ink, —



Coektail Giasses and Waiters.
Beer Mugs with your name engraved on FREE,
With a sppcial vibrating machine we can engrave
Names and Initials on any glass or metal ware.

SPORT GOODS

Cricket Bats and Balls, Tennis Rackets, Footballs,

MAGAZINES

We do the largest Subscription Business in Barbados
and one of the Largest in the West Indies
Magazines Posted direct to your Address from. the

Publishers.
Renewal Subseriptions taken for American Magazines
saving you Money and a lot of Red Tape.

BOOKS

in this line you will find our Stock of Novels, Classics

Hockey Sticks, Table Tennis Sets complete, Table
Tennis Balls (10c. and 1,-). Table Tennis Bats — All







Prices.




Football Pumps, Compo-
| and Educational Works, a most interesting assortment.

On the First Floor there is an extensive range of

Childrens’ Books for all ages. These include Paint

Books and Cloth Books.

sition Balls, Cricket Pads, : /3
i
Racket Frames and



Dunlop Presses; Golf

RIDING
'SADDLES

With Iron Frames built
for the British Army.

These are going very

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OUR TOY FAIR IS OPEN
12 MONTHS IN EVERY
YEAR-

Mechanical and Soft Toys, Pedal Cars, Soldiers, Balls,

Bring your PICTURES to us to be

Passepartout. No delay in F

We also sell Picture Frames in Pl
and Metal.

cheap and should be of
special interest to Polo

Players, Planters, etc.









These SADDLES could
not be repeated at twice

the Price.

0. H. JOHNSON om COMP:







Games, Dolls, Boats, Meceano Building Sets, Plastic
Constructing Houses, Spades and Buckets, Skip Ropes,
Jig-Saw Puzzles, Cireus Sets, Drums, Whistles, Uni-
forms, Musical Items, Rattles, Rubber Toys, Balloons,
Carnival Hats, Masks, Paint Boxes, Colevr Balls, etc.

BROAD STREET.








LARGE SHIPMENT OF

Alarm Clocks expected next week.
Dog Collars, Dog Leads, Riding Whips
Clocks, Reading Lamps, Steel Cab
plated Ware.



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SUNDAY ADVOCATE
CLASSIFIED ADS. Public Sales-cond | WANTED GOVERNMENT NOTICES |

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ii —— ooo = | REAL ESTATE | HELP IT is hereby notified for the — of es a ven
eee _enemerenemneee === j he 5th of Februsry “+ |
A PAYABLE WHOLESALE & RETAIL| PAYING GUEST: In a quiet, private| that with effect from Sunday t Trafalgar Square will leavé
RATES ' FOR RENT CRN in the Cay with Purchasing a doce Sar eee 5 = all buses now leaving the Terminus at tra re t Time Tables.
in with re} ights | Moderate a.) resen ¥ }
eos Si and Goodwill ‘Conditions of Sale very | } the terminus at Probyn Street in accordance with p
Attractive Big Capital i
ANNOUNCEMENTS 1.00 61.97 or Book Debt. ‘Dial Sift “or 2713. Con- | misc ELLANEOUS \ The following routes are affected:—
POR SALE ver word | | HOUSES tact DF. de Abreu at Carter Bros. — :
Tudor St. Near Mason Hal! St. WANTED TO BUY | 14 to Top Rock I Carlisle Ba
vr y
yOR RENT . = = «| JUBILEE, Gibbs Beach, Phone 99-998 5 2 50—1n. ee ce ae carinbea | 15 —— n arlis y
WANTED i os x “PIQUES VILLA,” Kent, Christ) Stamp Society, 3rd Floor. No. 10 Swan 17 rittons PORT—Schooner Molly N. Jones, Wilkincon & H
} HOUSE—fully furnished at Woodside Chores. Seen Sot saves ack Dome Se 18 . Belleville adam Rheda L., Schooner Manuata, Ar-ving by this .
LOST. FOUND per word Gardens, Bay Street, Mid-February to| With approximately 1% acres. Private x Schooner Mary M. Lewis, Schooner E. P :
a abate re | June. Phone 3199. 1.2.50—3n|dtiveway from main road. Accommo- WANTED TO RENT s 19 ,, Boarded Hall Marion Belle Wolfe, Yacht Beegie,M.V. Mro. O. S. Band,
Minim bo; at gan 3 ae, tounge, | Ae ee oop hg Bridge 20 Ivy T. B. Radar, Schooner ae R., ee: Mr.
SALES .| gallery a chen, extensive tewn Ww approximately ‘% acre land. ” le M. Smi Schooner « jamin,
_— ) era TS Pally Sarnia’ wr criking, | Toms, garage etc. 500 ft. above ses ‘level. | sand containing 3 bedrooms, electric light, 21. Waterford ee ee, Gana Fences WT Drake, ‘Miss ie 4
AUCTION & REAL } Dial 8364. 13.1.50—t.t.n_| Bridetown 3 miles. DIXON é& BLADON, | water and servants’ querters—state ei ” Smith, Schooner a eaniotin, Schooner Foley, Dr. J. w. P.
he ry Real! ee — a ee & Sur-| zequired Write Z. c/o Advocate Co. | os Jackson Philip H. Davidson, Schooner Felicia O.B.E., Mrs. F. M.
RE sine | LUPSTAIRS PREMISES — and rion PREMISES — 2nd Jrloa | Y¢¥ors Plantations uilding, oe o- Ltd. or 23 ,, Cave Hill Monica. peme. Maser P.
oO wan Street spacious an en +
Mintmum charge. -- 1:38 ES) ory. Suitable for offices, light tagenes : = eumell tec iat tech Poa 24 ,, Holders Hill ARRIVALS Proverbs, Mrs. M. @.
Caeeeel ss ages taal a a ow oe De: | BS | eporonimately, 1015 Acrers and House Schooner Mary B. Caroline, 4, tons ©: green giles YM
ne ‘ : on ———— net, Capt. osep! rol : . ley, Mr. t
PUBLIC NOTICES j —— ee | State Price and condition of noe Box te: Schooner Owners’ Association. Smediey.
Per agate lime .. -- on ih | BUNGALOW fully furnished from 15 | ,, ait ‘by obtaining orders C/o Advoemte Co. re RUNWAY LIGHTING me a Coreras, 235 tons net, Capt
Minimim charee February. Facing Garrison Savannah £25 * 7 om oO Vincent, from Trinidad; Agents: J N
EVENING ADVOCATE (Monday) Can be seen by appointment. Phone 395 for private Christmas Cards from for the supply and installation of runWA&Y | Harriman & Co., Ltd.
per inch ......csceeeeeereereet @ | between the hours of 11 and 1 o’cioc! | veur friends. No previous experience i Tenders are invited for Particulars of the equipment | s.s Dalesman, 3,882 tons net, Capt. Capt tte
ona ain 4.2502 | necessary, Write today for beautiful free PERSONAL lighting equipment for Seawell Airport. icu ae rern- | Zones. from London; Agents: Da Cost) Agents: coi at"
DIED aan Sample Book to Britain's largest and be obtained on application to the Go & Co., Lid. <
ESPERANZA: Fully furnished. 2 bed einost Publishers; highest eommission and material required may be 0 1 of | SS. Golfito, 4,504 tons net, Capt. Thornburn, for
“STIN—LEOTTA, of South Distric rooms, drawing room, Kitchen, etc. com n st s 3 eo! ’ I tor. Prices for equipment should be exc usive Thornburn, from Southampton; Agents; inson & Haynes
% George. Her funera) will leave th’ | plete with Frigidaire, 2 miles fro marvellous money making opportunity ment Electric Inspec ld reach the Government
Ser rch, St George. at 4.1 | Bridgetown, and on the lovely St. Jame | )cnes, Williams & Co., Dept. 10 ‘Viatoria THE public are hereby warned against] ; ,yort duty and package tax. Tenders should re
this afternoon for St. Geor&e’s Parist | Beach ‘Apply to Mrs. J. A. Reic | Works, Preston, Bngland.” giv credit to my wife DAPHNE | impo! , than 4 p.m. on Tuesday, the 28th of Feb-
Church. Friends are asked to attend | tone Star Garage. Mt. Standfast, St CORSITE JONES (nee Taylor) as I 4 | Electric Inspector not later tha Pp.





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not hold myself responsible for her o
Naomi, Vereta me. Mole ee NOUICE Sle ie my tame paien bo 0 written she The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or |
tex Mrs. Isalene older —_———— — . di my name unless by a w : e ve
ser lew Sarjeant ‘niece T _ARGE COOL BEDROOM- all mod PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH order signed by me a |
5.2.50.) «rn conveniences with or without meals Applications, accompanied by Baptisma! GBORGE ELLIOTT (Ulric) JONES, any tender.
————— oo | Fostings District. Dial 3239. Ceruticates, will be received at my Brighton,
R SALE 2.2.50-—-2n| office up to 3 p.m. on Friday, lt St. George °
§ sh wwe —_—_——_——— | ebruary, 1950, for one or more Vvacar 4.2.50—2n ARRIVALS—By B.W.LA.L. Gerald Pearson, Mr. Douglas
“NEWHAVEN”, Crane Cossi, tui | Vestry Exhibitions, tenable at the boys T ONE ORDERS From TRINIDAD:— Edward Knute, and Mrs. C. Pocock, Mr,
AUTOMOTIVE (urnished, Garages, Servant Room: | Foundation School. Bunice Kunte, John Goddard, Freeman neth Ross, Mrs. Maud §
4 z - Superb ba ee eee eee ne cece pp ee children o LOST &« FOUND RB Paschall, Gordon Hamilton, Mary a eet ea ih, ae. Peter ¥
Seve Two Seater S Tune. November; ecember pari. ers im c is, Emanuel Rodrigues, nne i, ani rs er! Whitmell, rd
‘ erhauled $300 or nearest offer.| month. Phone 4476. 6.1,50—t.1.n | stances, and must be between the ag: y ieeenae Hawkins, Arthur Moore, Ed- Whitmell. a .
Hardwick 446 S2DALD, | ns | >f 1) years 6 months and 12 years on th ED wina Parsons, Norman Hinkson, William DEPARTURES—By BW LAL
——$ —— error “FARAWAY™, St. Philip coast, full’ | date of the examination. Lieut.-Col. J. Connell, O.B.E., ” Ball, Elizabeth Ball. For LA GUAIRA:— Mr,
Cy Dodge ¢ in good mechan | furnished, Garages, Servant Roots Candidates must present themselves t LOST mero, s y ie
al i good tyres. Dia! 306 | Rathing beach. From March Ist. 85 | the Headmaster of the bays’ Foundation Commanding, From ANTIGUA:— Sarah Wambough, 2 Fee
4.2.50—2' | ber month. Phone 4476. School on Friday 17th February ut ¥ aM bados Regiment Mary Rousmaniere, Eva Larry. .. Mrs. Helen Krum, Mr wa
6.1.50—t.f.n | a.m. for examination Pr romergy apg hoe sea igh eee The Barbados 8 f d February 1950 From JAMAICA:— Mr. Thomas Leslie } .. Miss Helen Krum, =
. aie Application forms can be obtaine, y ae Club arfd Crane. Ph Issue No. 5 3r ebr’ were Vondy, Mr. George Adams, Mr. Jame: William Krum, Mrs, leanor Bri
BUNGALOW~-“‘Clariston’” situated a‘| from my office. ” 2.2.50—t.f.n. i aap Flint, Miss Gladys Ince. Hubert Brisley, |
Worthing 1 Avenue leading to Cora ;
Sands e ing spacious Verandahs WOOD GODDARD, Ss RAINING Passeniiers arriving yesterday from For ANTIGUA:— Mr, — : @
7 two ices, three Bedrooms, Drawing and Pavoohlal Tremmurer. ‘“ RIME”’ |. cas je at Regimental Headquarters at 1700 hours | Montreal were, Mr. and Mrs. W Mr. Sheldon Tilney, Mr.
let Truck, 1 Dodge Truck | Dining Rooms, Pantry out Offices. Gar Christ Church. | “SCENE OF THE C All ranks will parade at Reg drill parade in order | “eron, Mr. f. Challenor, Mr. David tin, | Mr. Frederick tdci ts
oF DP nt Morris, 32 jad | age. Dial 2490 5.2.50—3n 3.2.50—5n on Thursday, 9th Feb., 50. There will be a drill pa . ny Crammand, Mr and Mrs. ‘Charles Gar- shar Minddimnan:
Ce Marshall & Edwards at 7 a " . M's § apitiss e vi an q :
e 2.2.50—41 HOUSE let from 24th April for| THE BARBADOS YOUTH MOVEMEN eget fin cane Saiuciee trent, * “> to select personnel to form the Guard of Honour for Mr.’ Herbert Jarvis, Mr. and Mrs. For ST. KITTS:—~ Mn. Lig gm!
ersgepragrnenss ie ie sme” A desirable fully-furnished 13 years old (1937-1950) everything. With Van Johnson, Gloria H.R. Princess Alice to Barbados on the 7th March, 50.
19: 5 passenger sai residence my 2 minutes walk from | Headquarters: Tudor Bridge, St. Michael] 4. yaven, Arlene Dahl, Tom Drake etc i
in & mo Yacht Club. Drawing-room, dining room | Aims, Activities and Motto by Rev. L BE THERE WHEN IT HAPPENS. Now | 2. INSPECTION
tyre € 50-—6n 2 bedrooms. small study ete. All modern} Bruce Clarke, P.C/\L/P., B.W.M., E-M., Showing at ROXY THEATR THEATRE. iM be an inspection of shorts under Coy and Platoon |
31.1. 50—6r conveniences, garage, garden. No ehild- | B.C.D. =» laa te There w Pp 9th Feb., 50. e e
$$ | ren Dia 261 5.2,50—In Aims: To encourage uaetul citioane arrangements at the end of parade on Thursday, .
an V 1937 ars, ¢ and to improve e lives of the poor an : . . ction.
hing ; : unfortunate youths of Barbados. INSURED MOVING! ‘All ranks will bring their second pair of shorts for this inspe
img Ca I 1 Mo im * wd Jose eee Religious and general Coy Commanders are reminded that they should check the i
Vulcenizing Dept 47 oeb . 10W e. — ee —
Red Bird Garage §.2.50—1n PUBL SALES Music Singing, Mancioret ate ‘ form and equipment of those volunteers who have not attende' —
Motto: Lord help us lest we fa
“AR-Ford ‘ on view at Blythswood Rev. L. Bruce Clarke, Founder and Pres the previous kit inspections. ADY;
iat | Telephone lady Clarke 8105 == |Rev. J. B. Grant, L-Th., Director and 3. ORDERLY OFFICER & SERJEANT FOR WEEK ENDING | ERTISE sof
é 5.2.5 n Chaplain 7
f ——$—— UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER Mrs Olga Browne (General Secretary) 19th FEB., 50. -
‘ By recommendations of Lloyds Agents The Barhedes ‘Youth Movement. Orderly Officer .. Lieut. S. E. L. Johnson
: ELECTRICAL we will sell on Wednesday the 8th at ian ly Serjeant 214 Sjt. Clarke, A. H.
} - STRICAL, ACCESSORIES Hot | QU" Mart 17 High Street. 4 ladies’ Dress | ———-— e orneeg? | DON’T WORRY YOURSELF ANOUT Order’ TY >»
HLECTRICA Acouble, Food warmers, | f gundien Gem Cisare, 48 Fins PROFESSIONAL NOTICE we ae es oF ALL Next for duty rinut ‘tA. Comma B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNE
; ding lamps ¢ shades, COURTESY | Rac Water Softener, 5 W.C. Pans, 2 - - YOUR WORRIES Orderly Officer wieut, 1. 4. f ASSOCIATION (INC.)
RAGE. Dial 4391 31.1.50-6" | Pump Valves, und also if Bedsteads, 100] OR, FERREIRA of “Chiroville” Upper Personal Supervision Assured erjeant .. 216 Sjt. Storey, B. W. ae Ss aie
‘ an a an remnmnaiaimnncmmaenian T tt ; Orderly J Tel. 4047. 2nd Februs
a IN STOCK--Onan Petrol—Electric Gen | ing sfoctans, *Caaee dee eared cme: Bay St. (uear Esplanade) by Chiropractic Phone 3309 .
N re K lan ro “ achine, Lady's Shoes and ats a
er 12 Volt, 400 Watts, Cole & ¢ | other items,’ Sale 12.30 o'clock Terri: | method corrects diseases of eyes, ears, BARBADOS FURMEEURE BEMOVES - DISMISSALS--OTHER RANKS ,
FO caer RS pecs h. Branker, Trotman & On Auction- nose, throat, lungs, stomach, kidneys and 8. CODRINGTON, The Commanding Officer has approved the dismissal of the under-
- §,.250—2n * ov
lower organs. Dia! 2881. Britton'’s X Rd. 30.11 ,49--t.f.n f n-attendance at parades:
mentioned Other Ranks for no
Bi istead cor plete y is | UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER 245 Pte Haynes, L. ao Pte ae >
id hairs, all in , EB ECCT 9 ley E Ww. os aitt, °
Maho Phone 4272. alata ON TUFSDAY 7th by order of Mrs . . 308 Berke J a (
st Phat G- Dornellas, we vill sell her Furniture Write Direct or Airmail for Fatherly Advice—Free 381, Browne, Mf. O. ig ps maga
. — a ittle r t awrence Gap R : 4 :
¢S—Bight (8) Mahogany Chairs} which inctude xtension Dining Table 303 Cpl. Fenty, R. stc. ” . x ° °
Morris Suite $135, Side | Up Arm and Berbice Chairs 8 Pte Chase, G. C 280 ,, Sobers, C. A. onal tee
= Wardrobe | ¢ Mird Hat Stand. § ple 22 ie eg ana a 1 .
Pre D Tables from | x Gétice, Arm Chairs. anc 258 ,, Foster, W. 330 ,, Trotman, R. A,
$15, 1 ptt SrCi) Oe ora Merd-4 Cushio tr 251 Bowen, G. P. 241 ,, Lewis, C. S.
ee Gpen 8 am. to 12 Dally, | 1 bd cea dies 276 Howard, G. S. 359 ,, Goodman, R. S. SOUTHBOUND SAILS Sails Sails Arrives
5.2.50—3n I y ‘und Tip-Top Table oan ” eiarville, J. 357 ,, Brooks, C. C. NAME OF SHIP tare Halifax Boston Bidos
———$—$— $e | Sit y no Springs and bed ” i oe ae *
Bureau, P ¥ Table with Triple it. inson, V. N. 388 ,, Clarke, F.
LIVESTOCK Goat, just | Mixrors, Twin Radio Redsteads Simmon 381 Sjt. Rob : 307 Belle, S. CAN. CHALLENGER — 2ith Jan. —— 6th Feb,
GOAT: < Saanen-Alpine Goat, Jel! Springs and Beds, all in Mahog Blue 207 ,, Bourne, B. ” > LADY RODNEY a 8th Feb. 10th Feb. 19th Feb, |
kidde Mrs. H Painted Press and Dressing Table, Enam aes 243 Pte Alleyne, L. $21 ,, Medford, E. G. _ADY NELSON — 25th Feb. 27th Feb.
Sout! 3.2.50—4n | TOP Cupboard, Cabinet Perfection 0! e Rag He 3 ° 336 Grant, E. N. LADY RODNEY — 26th Mar. 27th Mar.
: 8,8. Stove, Three Burner with oven pttachec - 349 ,, Watson, C. G. ” ADY NELSON —— 12th Apr. 14th Apr.
oh te 1 Young halt-bred Mo! | 2 ferfest condition, Presser, Batesias 232 Hall, W. E. 320 ,, Moseley, G. A.
: I ESTOCK vara o Conte Kitehen Cabinet, Elec ot Plate ” Sails Arti
ae stein Heifer Calf Dam; Guernse y COW! Kettle & Tron San Lada ‘alent ats Ss nae a ! (Sgd.) M. L. D. SKEWES-COX, Major, NORTHBOUND jAirives Sails crive8.
giving 40 3 lik, Sire: Joe Sm of Love Birds and 2 pairs of Budgeregars 4 fi W utant,
nie Pure bred Prize Holstein Bull, | App" 4 | and other Rems, Sale 11,30 o'clock FIRST CHOOSE tart training for it NO er phew cave Regiment LADY NELSON 3rd Feb. _ 4th Feb, 14th Feb.
z ke A ke y Lodge ane a as : ° ar, Sth Mar. 15th Mar.
eS SR. Michae 4.2.60 Ter Cash. BRANKER. TROTMAN & YOUR CAREER There is still room at the top for the fully qualified NOTICE eee Per aiet Mar. 22nd Mar. “ie tau
——<$<—$<—$$$$<—__—_-—- nw | Co. Auctioneer 3.2,50-—21 ACCOUNTANCY man who is fitted for the job. YOU can be that vo ‘ a LADY RODNEY 17th Apr. 19th Apr. 20th Apr.
% WANICAL on man—successful, prosperous, with your future There will be a W.O’s & Sjts. Mess Meeting at 1930 hours 0n | Many NELSON 6th May &th May 18th May
er r } Tricycle n good ol ; ; ‘
TRICYCLE— ; . assured—by studying at home in your spare time, Saturday, 11th Feb., 50.
¥, ones ae CYCLE & ACCESSORIES—Hereult : 3 Bédrocm Bunsalow Type Real College. Distance makes no difference. aT lays respectively.
i dies, Gent You fence at Worthing Main Rd Right of CHEMISTRY days and Tuesdays : N.B.—Subject to change without notice. All vessels fitted with cold
1 pedals, brake rubbers| Way to Sea Modern Convenience IVIL SERVICE WE WILL HELP YOU TO br eee pectene nr arr ree annem eS em bers. Passenger Fares and freight rates on application t=
ex. @ r te Garagt Good Condition, about ft OMMERCIAL ¥
me eS Ge t for $10,006 ae 1 Sev Pro
| Going for 919.000. Large and Small Pro ACHIEVE YOUR AMBITION | BISHOP’S HIGH SCHOOL GARDINER AUSTIN & CO,, LTD.—
a) iCYCLES: Hercules Stiver King, ©") Bungalows and Elsewhere in Good Re Get your feet on the ladder of success TO-DAY.
"4. rms ail models, in, green ane in biaek | sidential Districts to Suit One and Al) Write to The Bennett College and learn how TOBAGO =
Fo Barnes & Co., a q even the Elite Contact D. F. de Abreu reached ” We
72 1) 400481 Bor Meaney Anything in Real £ thousands of people just like you have ‘
ae ne nee | the Only Man with Good Buys, the top with the right guidance. A well-paid Applications are invited for :— mn FOR INFORMATION CONCERNING YOUR |
Fancy Prices, Bluffing, Boosting or ‘ours—start this pleasant spare-time §- a eo FELIS
SCETLANEONS Boasting Dial 3111 or 271 Call a i oe is pi | (a) Classical Master (preferably honours degree) capa BAGGAGE AND HOUSEHOLD ER
go SPRING CART in A,1 condition | Olive Bough, Hastings, or Carter Bros atuey ; teaching Latin and English to Higher Certificate standard. C 1
ry SE eanabie fare, A. Willins Tudor St., Near Mason Hall St Di Mail DEPT 188 ble of teaching Chemistry, Physics anc onsuit
Row Cottage, St. George. aaa 2 50—11 rect ail to e (b) Science Master capable o g ; ,
:a ; HOUSE—One board end shingled house Biology up to Higher Certificate standard. SMITH G G
AMS: Iaisbon Yams, Price $3.00 per) three (3 le ne floc 20 x 12 a case
“ Se clivercd. Apply Manager, Neils,| Beckles Road,’ Bay Land, Apply t Salary in each For Packing
Dial 2307 4.2,50-n| N. S. Crichlow, Union Club, Ove $2,160 — $2,880 per annum. For Shippi
: ences | Fiidard's Restaurant §.2.50—In or ipping
ANTERNS Buy Bialadein’ .and| ——____ —ietertimiapra ETLY, B.A., Scarborough, Tobago
r a , Special I i ns and spare parts| LAN 23.877 square feet land at Tx Apply to Archdeacon F. J. STRE ' P 97.1 50) 12n For Insurance
from @. L. Rollock, Speightstown. Phone * Rock Hill, Christ Church, commanding of... delat, For Preference
91-41 4.2.00—3r ‘ eutiful view of the sea coast fron
oman NOR haan, es oe 2 ang ' gy x ed a Ear TereTerrTTOrTF i Representatives len oll the rincipal Ports of the
TIQUES of ery description. (las» licholls & Co oebuck S' ridgetow? anand ~ 5S -
sine oad Towels, ane Silver, Water- | Solicitor 30.60) SaaS SS $POSPO POSSI SS PSIG GSS ae RSS PHONE 3024 OUSE, JAMES
ty seni books Mave, Autographe. BURNHAM" BISHOP'S YURT ; 1}
8 Serge Ale eto. | gaara, ramos co CRT SEA VIEW GUEST IN AML, AXD MAPLE MANOR
eed Club se ie at _ Michael, standing on 25.175 square 1% BOX G For a , )
n 8. W eet of land *
a oe “ 5 ieee The house -ontains jrawing and HOUSE % Yes Sir! for Bigger and Better ARD) MOULD, GUEST HOUSE
EGGS—Rhode Island. Red and Barsed dining rooms with: covessl veranda} x Boxing come to the G ae mee, Opposite Hastings Rocks
Plymouth Rock exgs, out of good Bx hibi- and ual offices, two bedrooms with I. BOURNE,
tion and laying Stock, $3.00 per sitting) run water, one with dressing room








infertiles replaced. Phoge 2078. lL. N
Hutchinson, West Indian Rum Refinery

Tel.—3021.
Toilet and Bath upstairs. Two

rooms with toilet and bath,

Brighton's Sports Club For Sale — « THE



High Class Cuisine,



20.1 .50--2n room and workshop and garage Comfortable Beds. FAIRFIELD BLACK ROCK eee ee
Redan’ Fully Stocked Bar TUESDAY NIGHT FEB. 28th, 1950
AUTO ACCESSORIES Chamot ¥

nspection on application to Mr
athers, dust cloths, Waxes and Polishe . b








When KID RALPH meets
*‘ BONNIE BLACKMAN

° t 8.30 p.m. cres in P
ister. Dial-3472 RATES : A Purse will be «given of $700.00 sec i
k locks (U.S.' and English, Cars will be set up to public $5.00 per day up * “Winner $400.00, Loser $300.00 luded locality only 2 miles from town. @
cs) : s the office of the under
———_____—_—__—_—_——_

figure for early sale.

DIXON & B

Real Estate Agents—Auctioneers—Survey ols

NOTICE

the 17th day of Feb-
at 2 p.m

(inclusive)



ARAGE EQUIPMENT-—-BPCO Trolle
ets (1% to 10 tons), Blow Torche
x bers, Pliers, screwdrivers, open ? :
end “and “Socket wrenches. Dial 4391 CARRING’ LUC AS STREET
Courtesy Garage 31.1.50—6n
1.2.50--8n.
—_— uu ___
GARDEN HOSE—\% in,, 5/8 in. an



Hastings, Barbados



KID RALPH
Middleweight Champion, 155 Ibs.





vs.
BONNIE BLACKMAN
No. 1 Middleweight Contender
156 ips.

Readers and Subscribers to the BARBADOS




OLD WORLD ESTATE HOME with 2 a

ef Snecial low prices. Dial 4991 20 Barbados Shipping & Trading Shares 10 Rounds 10 ADVOCATE daily and Evening Advocate News- Phone 4640 ote
ee ae . Pockee wee 31.1 .50——6r Cum Di : The &bove will be set Featherweight Championship
ourte sare :



public competition a Contest
S BELFIELD KID No. | Contender
128 Ibs

vs
AL CARRINGTON
No. 1 Contender 128 Ibs
8 Rounds 8
SAM KENG Amateur FPeather-
weight Champion B'dos 128 Ibs



Te ne i aad * l ir . treet, Bridgetown, o
STOVES F vee ane ne. i ee W ednesday 8th February at 2 p.n
Courtesy Garage 438 G. L. W. CLARKE & CO,
—_—— nn Solicitors
FITTINGS—Galvantsed pipe, All sorts 4.2.50—4
from % In, to Me ins. Phone 4684 a
A. Barnes & Co. L BY public competition at our Office
3.12.49—t.f.n James Street on Friday the 10th Feb-

ee at muery 1660 at @ p.m. “MALTA” af

apers in Crab Hill, Spring Hall and surrounding
Sistricts 4 in St. Lucy are asked to note that we have
appointed Mr. S. G. Marshall, Spring Hall. St. Lucy

as our distributing Agent.

NEWS FLASH

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SOOO PSPIOOS

WELCOME 10 THE B. G. CRICKETERS.







For any further information,

JUST OPENED

vs,

WHOLE BRICKS—In good condition! Cattiewash Saint Josepn containing 3 GUNBOAT WILTSHIRE . i i “rub”
$9.00 per hundred arty Auto Tyr] pedrooms. The dealing souks to i ¥ No. 2 Contender 128 Ibs, Dial 2823, We are expecting you to give us a good
Gp. Trafalgar St. Phone 20m on furnished. | Water & clectric service mn- Aidietestons’ Teta: ie Nevertheless we are Confident as to the

wee - stalled nspection on application to Cire be.: = 4
——- rns 7 qo | the premises. For further particulars Cust ithe EAMaPtrT ond ADVOCATE CO., LTD. the same as We are Sure that
on yo e an 30x 5 60 x 10; 800 x Je | *PPIY to HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD san FOOT -
700 x 2 q . 5, ‘ " n . . . :
ash x 18: 400 © 18; 450 x 17° BOO » iF . ‘ $1,1.20-~106 Circulation Dept.
380 x 19. Auto Tyre Co. Trafslear St “LITTLE BATALLYS St aa
20, 1-0-4.2.» Charming small country house standing ” : . ‘ %
GALVANIZED SHEETS—Rest Grad |" approximately 1 acre. This property 54” wide in 2 qualities

(With the Distinctive Flavour)
ag the Outstanding Blend in this Island: 77

Was re-designed by its architect owne
ML. e ) ct owner
ee ae hi bi Bn on and contains 3 receptio: ~droon 2

1 ~ baths and toilets, kitchen, laundry, de-
Din} 4684, 4476 13.1.50—t f+ tached servants’ quarters and garage



RHEUMATISM

Black and White, Blue TORTURES

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Very attractive arched verandah o i Blenders: ’
GERBEDOM PROM FIRE tnct tg? | 24s", ahe faunas Right of way to sen oa te and what is }

0 afe DIXON & BLADON, Real Estate s SONS
combination lock: Suitable for office © | Auctioneers & ae eel E ine Lewes bett than mS) JOHN D. TAYLOR «& ih
aarp Secure your records. Contact| Buiding, Phone 4640 5250-1 er x ; oe

. 8. BRYDEN & SONS (R'dos) “, seenatatpataiet bard ote este 2) insti ate © S|

13.1249— Tue., Fri., Sun., ‘ \MERICAN TYPE. BUNGALOW-Navy e YS | "SESSSOSSOOS99SS99SSS OF ence
SSE UGRESTOS GHEETS DOT | SANE? years old with large lounge: . - SSOSSEISSIOGSSSSSOS-4 7
tot ene, = a HAM uicen) 3}

i. sets Everite Ridge Caps D : beds erae oven asta elle ts vues and x x
Yaylor Ltd.,.Coleridge Street tat aie boards), 2 ‘bathrooms, . lange ieitehen, % | NOTICE :
2 2.50 pantry, enaeeS servants’ meatier, Lares with } {
4 arage ouble entrance t vat
NS, POR © DPE STS | pled sarden. “High ‘ecqnmended $1.26 |
jolesale & Retail sg . om every aspect. DIXON & BNLADON, e T T Y |
a 2.50 R teal Estate Agents, Auctioneers & Sur- CAN ADIAN EGGS % 1
eee so ee 5 Plantations Building, Phone 4640 x FLOW
v $26 7 : wm
School and play. Royal Store, deviate Per Yard *| We beg to notify our customers that
ee ed al ines ie isn H THE MOORINGS Marine Gardens, Cans ns Ties fin's 2 2 rs > o
iomree s : Y Delightful up-to-date resi 24's an s >|
nine” TENS & BOWS PRUAMAS fyip 8.3 payan | ear tone 00" Bastings “Meche and * But.... APRICOTS 2%'s. R18 BAGS are once more on sale and may *
te ha ‘ tc oc an ” XI
‘ S beds PEACHES 214’s. S19 ip
55 a ei Sa, T | SACROOL 3] : Steawornnies 2. i on
I i rvat ; | ss 21x . mae < ur Head
KI : Ne half M : HANI S : NOU j CRUSHED PINEAPELE 2's x * tained at any time from 0
cI : § ~ . y _ . , SLICED ¥ es E vi
DIX ) « BLA ON, Rea rs at ‘ 0! Q ERS | * GRAPEFRUIT HEARTS 2's x % Country Road
“GRASS WTAE cone, Royal] oes Beds Phone wT UR ec. Wan. Bry. St, Dinh 2400. PAIN! = 3/3 SYNE ARTHUR & C0 $3 ——
3.2. 50-14 i. P . : Ue ie
| “GHATTEL HOUSE suse w Rockies | Mp Society Store 53 Swan St Sacrool on Sale . 3 a CHIVERS JAM 3)
New Road, Christ Bombay House, Lucas St. Everywhere %} TD. x13
i Q Verandah ; fi Gandhi Store, 42 Swan St. ¢ KNIGHTS DRUG sie High Street S18
E ‘ ; x STORES ei R ‘ 36c. Each. y'3
. . . . £6
’ 7. >. > (5007
wh Yes 6Ge4 MIF SFOS a y LLL EEO LLLP FEF CF FFE LO > 4 SSSSSSSSSGG995 SS S99 SS GOOD OOOO









_ gugar
Get Co

SERVICES

ANGLICAN
§T. mane’ as :
s & Litany; 8. am.
12 a ours Mass and Sermon; |

am

ied tm Bunda Sel
js Vespers; ‘-

ST. LEONARDS

sunday Feb. Sth Septuagesima

Holy Baptisms;

guNDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1950

hool; 4.00 p.m. Chil-

9 a.m. Choral

Worke

ncession

| Per cent. to 40 per cent., on



rs B.C.

—-—————-—-—— (Barbados Advocate cy rresponden:)
AB * : ! $
ey H | GEORGETOWN, B. G. (By Mail).
An increase in sugar workers
| cost of

living bonus from 334

2

week's holiday with pay for each

crop period (Spring and Au

tumn), and additional payment of

for each ton of cane cut and load
ed by him on’Saturdays and Mon

made to workers by the

20 cents per ton to each worker

p.m, Evensong and} days, are among the concessions

B.G.
Sugar Producers’ Association at

a conference yesterda ri e-
$90 a.m. mon. 11 a.m. Matins : Y with re
hale io Neng Evensong and Sermon| Presentatives of the Man-Powcr
Sermons 7 Pe se ean oe Citizens’ Association and the

“ : 9. .m. *
12 am. ey Sermon: 3 p.m. Sunday | B. G. Workers’ League, the two























and Sermon. Preacher: Rev

METHODIST
JAMES STREET
Rev. Emest Griffin (Holy Com

\
iam. Rev. Ernest

7 pm.
iment SVR YNES BAY

930 a.m. i : :
union), 7 P.M. Mr, J. T. Oxley

1 me HITE HALL

93am. Mr. Harper. 7

alls GILL MEMORIAL
Harvest Festival

p.m. Mr,

p.m, Solemn Baptism; 7 p.m.

Griffin. |
Communion. Womens’ League En-

Rev. 8S. T. Payne (Holy Com- |

Me

industry.

It is estimated th
the industry
will amount in
proximately $1,200,000.

of these proposal

ference between representative
the

S ¢

issued: —

Trade Unions recognised by the

at the cost to

Ss

a full year to ap-

At the conclusion of the con-

r

Unicns and the Producers’
Association which lasted 434
hours. 3

The following statement was

SS tam. Mr. F. D. Roach; 3 p.m Special It has been agreed that the
- Sunda) School Service; 7 p.m rr F existing cost of living kbuins | ie
Fi HOLETOWN | Increased frora 334 per cent. to
pam am Mr. W. St. Hill: 7 p.m. Mr.|40 per cent. with effect as from
pp Se BANK HALL vanuary 1, 1950, (b) that every
Sguam. Mr. F. Moore; 7 p.m, Mr. G. | worker whg works for 75 per cent.
pace SPEIGHTSTOWN of the number of days’ work

am. Mr, Bannister; 7 p.m. Rev. F,|@vailable in each of the two



































, (Holy Communion)
§T, LUCY CHURCHES
4 y. F. Lawrence.
me BETHEL
am, end 7 p.m. on
Comm: jon after each servicé.
F — DALKEITH

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average weekly
earnings during the crop) plus a
bonus of 25 per cent, of such
wages.

(ec) That an additional paymen:
; of 20 cents per ton shall be paid
to each worker for each ton ot
cane cut and loaded by him on
Saturdays and Mondays, provided
‘he has worked at cutting and
| loading On the Friday and one
other day of the week,

} The Details

i
| With regards to items b and c
| above, a small sub-committee was
| appointed to work out the details
of the application of these two
proposals which were introduced
/as a result of the conference re-

-| cognising the importance of more

; regular and continuous working
of the factories, and thereby in-
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j try. This Sub-Committee will
|Teport to the S. P. A. and the
Unions in time to allow these pro-
posals to come into operation from
and including February 13, 195°).

During discussion it was brought
out that in British Guiana the per
; ton increase which the U. K. Min-
|istry of Food has agreed to pay
only applies to ‘sugar exported in
1950, and does not apply to the
‘15,000 tons per annum of sugor
consumed locally, which is so.d
in British Guiana at considerably
| less than the export price, and at
, prices lower than those in adja-
| cent British Colonies in the West
Indies.

—(C.N.S.)



Carib Tourism
Funds Paid

|

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Feb. 1

Haim. Holiness Meeting; 3 p.m, Com- |

The Government of Puerto Rico
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U.S. to the funds of the Caribbean
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CITC told the Press. This brings
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HAVANA, Cuba, Feb, 4.
The Commission for the organi-
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gating the Caribbean situation to-
day had no comment for the press.
This morning they called on tha
Minister of State, Carlos Hevia,
and later met with Hevia and the
Cuban’ representative to the
O.A.S., Gonzalo Guell, and other
officials.of the Ministry of State.
The Yaban officials had no com-
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The British Council 1959 pro-
gramme of short courses and
summer schools in Great Britain

Hondurans Send
Another Memorial To

King And Council
“God Bless America”—They Sing

Barbados Advocate Correspondent

from overseas territories are ex-



the local Government: “that the unemployed list of the

PAGE THIRTEEN

cious Majesty and honor
members of the Privy Cou
upd request you to de everyt
im your power to

(1) .bring about restoration
our dollar to the waaitionul
ity with the United States couuc:

(2) discontinue at_once all
deavours to federate our cou.
intO an unpopular prop,
political federation of the Bi.
West Indies.

The people consider themselvo;





tive Council,

5 , in BELIZE. Feb. 4. part and parcel cf Centra! «in

is now . i.

cbeaetinae in elreet ee x Thousands of Hundurans from every town, village and cdhag. shaniiate py z 8

World. It contains 48 new courses S€ttlement.of British Honduras last night presented Gov- asthe a oe

to be held in more than 24 cen- ernor Ronald Garvey with a second memorial to the King (ds wierove: the’: Ceveracr s:

ues in England and Scotland and and Privy Council demanding restoration of the British reserve power {rom our consi a= | :

M pov: between March ana Honduras dollar to its former parity with the United tion wend give us AL unotin M '
ovember, States dollar and this time presented also a demand from elecied majority. in the Leg: °
More iban 1,000 specialists Get the tire that’s on

Colony be reduced by 2,000 within a
to be arranged between the General W
Peon

pected to take part in the courses
which will average from two to
three weeks each, Individual fees

ie’s Committee and the Government in order to avert
range from £16 to £35 exclusive

reasonably quick time
orkers Union, The

stvong measures which might be necessary to bring relief

Give Assistance

the new models!

}
|
(4) Give and encourage aa}
Siving of adequate and etiect.\~}
:

of fares to and from Great to our suffering people.” unancial and technical aid in ‘
Britain. “At Battlefield Square, demon4 malnutrition, slums, impoverishea eter to promote and achic, Get bigger, softer S
Among the new ventures are strators hanged an effigy of Brit+ homes and other social evils) were ©*nomic and social deve'opme:..| Cueshe 't P were
courses on “Broadcasting for ish imperialism. Said Hon. caused by— and Progress of this country. | Uaioe tires. They tin on. ae
Schools” (London April 1 to 16); Johnny Smith “there are few of (a) Colonial exploitation thai Untl these foregoing - requess | ibs. of.air pressure—will make
“Development of the appreci- them still scattered throushcut rapped and. continues 30 tp the Sacer “cans Temas: toeeinn sha your car ride more softly than
ation of the rts” the world, fortunately we have Wealth of our country and left it 1 rs - ort | , :
tabi oe wie calms oaes ’ impoverished and destitute oe oreue Se seethe wes wf you ever anne pigeons
September 25 to October 14); While bands played a solemn _ (b) Imperial preferential tariffs Reuiihidn hak tbo il Super-Cushions’ greater
“Dairy Technology” (Reading dead march, demonstrators pre- imposed by legislation in 1932 as a ner < “ Z a = S ienie tty road contact area will make it
and London July 11 to 25); ceded by the effigy on a truck consequence of the Ottawa Con- misery, hare hi eng geen safer—on turns, and in starting
“Research in Pomology” (East then marched at funeral pace to ‘rence which created immediate- See ae eee eatery ;

ly a 20 per cent deficit in our
budget and xecurring for years
prepared the way for the imposi-
tion of the Governor's reserve
power in our constitution.

(c) Control of our finances and
other vital issues by the Imperial
Government through the Gover-
nor’s reserve ‘power ,

Imperial and local government
have shown a callous attitude .o
great and crying needs and dis-
tress of our poor, suffering,
homeless, undernourished people.
So long as government officials
have power to determine and
cecide on expenditures, the elect-

Malling Research Station, near Government House. Glittering
Maidstone, March 21 to 31); lanterns and torches, blue and
and “An Experiment in Social White Baymen flags and flags ct
Analysis” which will take place the United States, Mexico, Span-
in a working class district in ish Honduras and Guatemala
East London and in the county Plus numerous banners and slog+
town of Lewes (June 4 to 25), ans from people of Belize, Corozal,
Orange Walk, Cayo, Stann Greek,
Monkey River and Punta Gorda
presented an impressive sight
Subjects included in last vear’s down the whole length of Regent
programme which have merited Street leading to Government
inclusion this time are “Safety at House,
Sea” (London and Liverpcoi, The People’s Committee leader,
April 18 to May 4); “Forestry”? Hon, Johnny Smith, member Har-
(Aberceen, September 11 to 23); old Goff and the General Work-
“The British Commonwealth of &’s Union General Secretary, re-

Increase

representatives the le
Nations” (Oxford, July 17 to cent delegate to the Free Worid ime daoetead of all aun oe ake
August 4) and “the Nursing Labour Congress in London fol- pendiures and are unable to bal-

Profession” (Edinburgh, June 22 lowed by the local and foreign
to July 6.) press entered alone to present ihg ;
In view of the fact that many Memorial. Devaluation by command is a
applicants” were disappointed last Demonstrators then continued damage to the raw material of
year, the British Council has de- through the town singing “Cod the country and has served only
cided to increase the number of Bless America.” to intensify ‘he serious and ap-
places available to teachers. Heeding the appeal of the Grand palling hardship of our people.
A limited number of study tours Marshal E. A. Broaster, the peo- While people are intensely con-
will also be arranged, if requested, Pl¢ co-operated with special Mar- scious that outside investment is
for groups of between five and Shals wearing red armbands to vital and necessary for develop-
15 peopi@ Studying one particu- keep the demonstration more or- ment, they have great distrust of
lar subject : derly than the January sixth the Colonial Development Cor-
7 march though Friday’s demon- joration, They fear that C.D.C. is

— . stration was much Jarger, again coming into the fleld for the

purpose of economic exploitation
Atom Secrets because C.D.C.have declared its
Leakage Being

ance the Government's budget.

God Bless America
policy not to pay higher wages

At the U.S. Consul um Gapourel tnan these existing after devalua-

a eee stadt a tion and the low sub-human wages

3less merica” repeatedly a: Ria be Gaver t tolabant,

Investi ated called for the U.S. Consul who P#!¢ by Government to labou
8 posed for photographs with the

C.D.C. Must Leave

A resolution was unanimously
passed to-night by the people
that C.D.C. does not have their
goodwill or cooperation anu
therefore C.D.C. should be re-
quested to discontinue all further

People’s Committee leaders shak-

WAESINGTAR, Fin ‘ ing hands with Honouratle

Lieutenant-General Leslie Johnny Smith
Groves, wartime heaq of the . . ‘
United States Atomic Energy pro- . The memorial to the King in-
ject, appeared before a closed forms His Majesty of the ened
session of the joint House-Senate none ba ae enous. DOs
Atomic Energy Committee here forwarded a ; ‘Sar i y ‘der
to-day. stand is under the sole consider

He was summoned to testify,
following yesterday’s appearance
in court in London of Dr. Klaus
Fuchs on charges of betraying
Atomic Research secrets.

On his way into the Com-
mittee, General Groves told re-
porters that the United States
Government had accepted the
British clearance of Dr. Fuchs,
who came to United States as a
member of a British scient.fic
team in December 1944,

ation of Creech Jones and demand | @¢tivities here and to leave our
i

We approach

the restoration of the B.H. dollar Your most Gre-

and establishment of a_ proper
curreney controls to prevent “an-
other run on our banks.”

The memorial continues: “We
give our earnest assurance of our
loyalty to high ideals and prin-
ciples of a democratic govern-
ment embodied in the United Na-
tions charter.

In the year 1950 of Our Lord
when all nations of the Americas
of which we are a continental part
are advancing towards economic
and social betterment the

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In the next over, Gupte helc tner of a two-day-old boy, ~ddle of his speech, when the | % Capt. C. E. RAISON, x F
Worrell leg before, the West In- ‘cid oificials at here clinic today ‘ ST. KITTS, Feb. 4. . ~ whe had brought a chair % . Aan 31 | SKINS Bi
St asta ay | iad i he de a t st - etae sare “for al The final game of Inter-presi- voman, who tat Rs a ees & A.R.C.M. | | DOE SKINS b
n having hit 8 fours in a stz t shé woulda stay tnere “for i dential Sports. took lace at 2nd was sitting in the centre aisle |% X ‘i
ae month if necessary” to escape a| Genti@l DOr is afternoon wher :aid, “I want to ask one question” |% Don't Miss this Enjoyable % HARRIS a
Lamtert's 59 took only 74 min- ©.s:eging army of photographers! arner : Sanaa footbal: *" Churchill said, “I think it wil * ae) 4
nies and included one six and 1.4 na journalists. Montserra Ki p we th 4: of he better if you wait and have ar % VARIZETY PROGRAMME yy} TWEEDS
four’, A special Police guard at the| against yo rt t on Sie ty epportunity of addressing the | % ; si
Lambert and Dawkes put on 73 Villa Margherita Clinic today = a Kitts kamal y Peis! meeting later yourself. g In Aid of the $ | HOMESPUN»
eee a , ee 4 jn 37 minutes for the ninth wica« kept reporters from getting near! ? . ; " ‘ Loud protests came from the | : *
end then Livingston went i: os tuaury sune In Waica un| goal. In ae os =, yea audience. The woman, who was $s B.R.A’s BISLEY FUND ‘ for costume
W. PLACE, ‘This was a radical change of bat- ©wedish Actress and her baby are | serrat scored ene, St. S two. J now held firmly by her arm by | oes ¥| wear
ting order which Livingston made iiss Bergman, who in the past | . . we ree to on stewards, continued to address the \
-- to give his batsmen some valuable ccmplained of “Press Persecu-| St. Kitts won Wares : 10 ati She referred several |% ADMISSION 1/6 y PLAID
gl , The winner of the football tour- meeting. = é ‘
’ batting practice in preparation tion,” has dodged cameras ana) | vont will be decided on goal times to Belgian's provisionally eh Gabe ieew Tay Mee SPUNS ¥
B i Pla ers for the fifth ‘unofficial’ Test which tolebooks ever since she arrived | ceeuae The Antigua and Mont- exiled King. X Tickets on Sa vei ay %
° © y starts in Madars on February 17 1 Rome last summer. | serrat teams will leave for the: —Teuter. % at Roberts & Co., Stationery, ¥ for Skirts 4
> . Gupte, a young Bombay Col- Italian Film Director, Robertc) | (nes i M.V. Caribbee tomor- * High Street ¢ j
, ss , everly 4 Roesellit “the ‘ ¢ 1omes Vy Mey. ‘A : $.666.60066600600°8" = , 5
At t ractice lege iit uowsng clever y and : ese] isl, the man I seve anc] ow morning at 6 o’clcc.—(C.P) SPOPODPIOV OVO POP IOFOTO x a af | IMITATION ALL WOOL
well, deserved his 5 wickets for will marry,” spent several hours . % SOOOCOOOL POOLE \ ‘ TRAVEL TT eae
144 in 31 overs. In one spell of 24 with Miss, Bergman an¢ |; % RAYA] BARB \DOS CAMEL HAIR ELLING RUGS
Skipper George eae = overs after lunch, he took 4 fur ber child | x RYIAL BANDE T aD t Toed a
B. H. Pairaudeau showed specta~ (7, —Reuter. ‘fe too is living in the clinic | , % VAC) ’ \ See our Tweed Department To-day. i
1 terday a at -~nf ») avoid waiting Scaehahets, NOTICE 4 VACHT CLUB 1
: i Or that they are fnd~ - — ni It was reported today Miss | $ ; {1} i
: ‘Srila seats ere Dorgman was making “rapid pro- ee rene gr x FLANNEL DANCE Sa St capswne —
msteh which starts on ursday Vi R a. ress.”’ : > \ i
February 9 l ew ecor s The little boy, tentatively named 1 BEG to notify our Cus- | wo on Bi) Sunday, February 5, 150 :
Both batsmen were getting Roberto, will be christened as a bt at Wednesday, 8th February, LOCAL PRESENTATIONS {|
bind tty Ul Se ee Set At B EK Roman Catholic, on Rossellini’s tomers... and, the Geners reed ; 7.15— 7.20 Chapel by the Sid .
pe ( cho — to an ® - insistence Public that the Grocery (For ees their ee cae ae ia i a
( ! g on defence. € If Miss Bergman holds true to y 4 riends 3 7.30— 8.00 Music for Suid ‘.
h balls he played her plan to stay ra month ¢ t he epartment of McDonald In honour of Captain H. 8.30~ 9.00 Much Binding i 10, 11, 12 & 13, BROAD STREET .
5 I ) ith at t Depar | . . ~ the Marsh }
2 and drove with force stick: nehead Ef tne eaeeek tae § Stokes, CB, DSC. RN, sank a ee, ah |
precision when the occasion 11 : E cays, the baby will probably be Sealy, Roebuck Street, will 1% the Officers and Cadets of 9.20—11.00 Closed are "4
AUCKLAND, New Zealand, Givlatenad in the Wihas. aaa idinaie x H.M.S. ‘“Devonshire’”’. 11 .00—12.00 ts a !
: ae ori é ren: 2nHe siness Q ener . ames St. Method
Rok Christiani who is con- ¢ Feb. 4, herita’s small Roman Catholic be re-opened to bus 1% Dancing: Shureh w
idered the best batsman of the Miss Marjorie Jackson, Aus- chapel, already filled with fr Tuesday, 7th February, 1% 8.00 p.m. to 12.00 p.m. 12.30— 1,00 London Studi> C> = _oeeaeaeeSaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoooooooom
team seemed comfortable when tralia’s 18 year old sprinter twice ;Jadiolas carnations and roses} nO ar , | ADMISSION . 3/- Lobe 1.48 See i: Mamata. ’
Gaskin tested him with the new equalled Mrs. Fanny Blankers {rom admirers. ill 1950. '% By Order of, Se 2th Seine toe Warn
which he moved quickly to Koen’s official 100 yards record of A :trangationtic - bettie for the SEALY g THE COMMITTEE OF 6 00— 6 30 Bringing Christ to
} aan “ dine bo . ‘ P - | . AL. SEALY, MANAG qr the Nation
les Eee 10.8 seconds dur Ing the opening child’s custody loomed mean- | McDONALD * % “ Mm ANAGEMEN r, 6 30— 6 40 Caribbean. Review ’
Orn nally he got one on the day of the British Empire Games while, following the announce- | Per M. E. R. BOURNE, s Tr. BRUCE LEWIS, % & 40— 7.00 Request Time
pad while trying to cover up on here nent by Dr. Peter Lindstrc | Proprietor. 1% Manager & Secretary % 7.45— 8.15 ¥ endon Studio Me
cket that was a bit soft. Olympic runnerup Duncan Ingrid’s husband, that he would | « > 8 15 Py iene i .
unas d : ? A s Sbé ’ é | BOO Oe *. 15— 8.30 Ballerd Tim? pre-
If the weather is fine the team White, of Ceylon, bettered by 10i1 want the baby, if Miss Bergman’s| POPPE PSPSPS PF FSPD e sented by Pond’'s
l) practise to-day of a second the 440 yards hurdles divorce action against him goes} See oes to seek Mews Port 3. 3
hii gene games record in winning his he: through. |
» ta Ne * in 52.8 seconds. J. Loaring, ot! Informed sources here _ said} ate 2p
I ublic Not Admitted Canada, set the previous mark }) ‘hat legally the boy’s future wil} Pete ed a Sh ea ‘ail
1938 be decided in the divorce actior Anthology —_ 8.°5—8.30 a.m
beer informed that John Winter, of Australia, fo! w in progress. But, Rossellini nahh a came peepee in
the public will not be admitted jowed up his Olympic success by too, is anxious to keep the baby| Reio Neworsal 37
to-Kensing ton Oval to watch the winning the high jump with six when he marries Miss Bergman,| Music Ma arine 9 15—2.20 p.m
Gui mese = prac ae The ground feet 6 inches beating the games re- —Reuter. | Seraprook tot ee i ae
x do: : se avon lane sa i cord of six feet five and one eighth “rw ({ Pavilion Pi-vers 4.15-—4.20 ».m
t for the first Test agains ‘4 dnches established by E. Tnack« ’ * {{ Sunéay Half Hour & Eni'rgue ;
which begins on Thursday,9. ff South Africa in 1938 Squeezing The eee : waa pm di 1 ‘
Australia and New Zealat 745 0m For the first time in a long

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Empire sugar the sugi. |
YPool here to-night. A capacity beet will be possible with a pro- |

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ea tralia establish yet another Em- developed at the Massachusetis |
th i eet ae eee — pire Games record when her 4 Institute of Technology, U.S.A
the | a ane Action to eeort women swimmers won the 440 The treatment increases th:
he eason late ‘in the month, yards relay in 4 mins, 44.9 sees. yleld of sugar from every to:
sad basi Comaaiieion for The previous record was Can- Of beet by about four pounc: |

will start at the Y.M.C.A, on ada’s four minutes 48.3 secs in while water consumption by ai

e : aka SBC ak Sach 1938 New Zealand were second e 320 gallons. In the US
eams will be 3 a side, and games and England third a alon 1% could save more than
est of ets each. The following New Zealand Wins 880 manage’ Hi paid ee ‘a 1.
pe Ledathel’ in date dat New Zealand took the Me: Ww uld also eliminate a source
he Triseceah eheles 880 yds. Fresh-style Relay in 9 eam pollution which annually!
ision Il: ¥.M.C.A.. Everton, ™® 27.7 secs. Australia was sec- involves about 3,000,000 gallor:: |

Pelican, Y.MP.C.. Carlton, ond and England third. of waste water.

Division II: Y.M.P.C.. Everton, Australia and New Zealand also A very small amount of chlo-
Barl Y MP. Carlton, Sham- dominated the Women 110 yd rine is dissolved in the’ mill's

ck, Brooklyn, Abbey Marines Fresh-style and the Mens 1650 process waste water, This de-

chiseiibianniepeintiipntiet yards Fresh-style. Majori Quade, stroys bacteria and acts chemi-
15 year old Australian, estab- cally to ensure rapid separation
ar : shad tished a new Empire games re of the non-sugar impurities

Rain W ashe 5 Out cord by winning her 110 yd he small concentration a” val-

: rye heat in 69.4 secs. In another hea‘ wuable sugar that remains i €

Play In ] rinidad Winifred Griffin 17 of Aucklan”| water can be recovered, cans a

7 ‘ ’ equalled the old games record c! | chlorine-treated water may be
PORT OF -REAIM, Feb 70.1 secs. — re-used for sugar extraction in

Rains last night pi. grey piel a _ First three in the four finals stead of being discharged a
the second time washed out. play eee sony ware; eee Part eee
in the second Trinidad—Jamaica — iv
z t, — opened here last 1. J. Treloar (Australia) ai J }

nhursday 9 . Sruichy A, liq

The grounds at Queen’s Park 3 » er, ee The Weather
were completely sodden, preclud- 94 oganna,x ; ee @ mm i
ings an; a ibility of as even ait, RTOS . ; TODAY
to-morrow, as has been suggested Womens’ 100 yards: Sun Rises; 6.22 a.m.
in cricket circles here 1 Marjorie Jackson (Austra Sun Sets; 6.05 p.m.

If the weather does not improve lia) Lighting: 6.30 p.m, |
considerably within the next 24 2. Shirley Stirkland (Austra High Water: 5.40 a.m., 5.33 ||
hours the match may result in a lia) | p.m.
stalemate —(By Cable). 3. Verna Johnston (Australia) | Moon (Last Quarter) Feb-

. time 10.8 secs | ruary 9,
ae. ° 3 YESTERDAY
Three Did Not Men's six miles ‘ Rainfall (Coarington) 09
' 1. W. H. Nelson (New Zealand) | ins.
Compete 2, A Forbes (Scotland) || Total for Mvutia to Yester-

2 a 3.N. Taylor (New Zealand) | day : .48 ins.

CORTINA DARED, By, time 380 minutes 26.6 secs Temperature (Min.) 70.5 F
The Argentine team did not com- High Jump Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E,
pete to-day in the world four 1. J. Winter (Australia) six (i a.m.) E.
man »bsleigh championship feet six inches Wind Velocity 9 miles per
here owing to technical troubles hour. |
with the bob rhis was also re- 2. A Patterson (Scotland) andj; Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.977 ‘
sponsible for Sweden and Bel- J. Majekodunmi (Nigeria) each (11 a.m.) 29.967,
vium being absentees.—Reuter with 6 feet 5 inches, —Reuter





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.AHAI I BK1 \li\ ItM ••I M)\V ADVOCATE Bridgetown Was Hot ) esterday B Lit on two oc%  Sfl'clock in ,hc Ir crnlni; *Z< e \\ md anothei nlr!ac ~l' ' 600 %  %  ^Tfor thai ;>ci iod. %  Thorn •' %  '"•>' i^U St. '" S1 Jonn r BE ptOORABOa %  mil will %  %  %  ^gs on T Fn%  %  Bridge and St. George's PAGi: SEVEN America Discovers Another Island l" 1 '" 5 "P" 1 1 '*> *' %  and many more are .o be eon^oursguig season ahead. 5ltucl , hls yc „. The bu „^. •SuWhSt? n ^ ber *. *'",' "* |0W! %  **"• a !" "' %  here, some for long. plclurf because in most cases others tor shorter periods they have been painted in shades .Ju !" i' h ZSTJ&S, 2 P lnk "We* or Liu" and March are tally booked ana Wards hcuse "Bali-l." so this u the first year the club wi.l ,,„.,„ „, lhc manv farvlnf „ remain open eontauousb. contams brought (rom Bah c TeUe thousand acres of land island ,n the Pacnlc. is washed ..1.^ ^"TVT? o\C a bMuU "" %  %  •* %  from a island were purchased in 194. distant is often the same as the following a vast clearing of bush sea. the main club building was r.Jf Tiw started in March 1S4H under ihe _.. .""" *"? direction of Mr. Robertson Ward „„ !" > Mr! w £ k "'" %  Architect who Is also Its Presi"'!,'"^„. 0 "". ." %  "'Wing ,.f dent and in February IMS memu^ 5 'i ne holM "' "^ J*"*" h ,— -.i... i-. h ole golf course are almost comPIGEON CHOW GOAT CHOW j two of Purina s best and obtainable from H. JASON JONES & Co. ,Ltd-Low LW, SI. %  % % % % % % % % % % %  • ^ %  %  %  %  • i %  a %  %  %  %  %  bers wen* able to occupy sixteen .Dim %  'limn--, to bfl used at Scawell rooms. rooms ..vailable. all having own individual verandahs overlooking the beautiful Mill Itevf Bay. It was previously known here ns Exchange Bay but members felt that the word Exchange was too reminiscent of business. The plain stone building stands near the edge of elevated land with almost a sheer drop to the mile or two of clean yellow beach beneath. plete. Allowance! have been i ith id Belle %  Seawell Kq E LLA COOPEB i i Bowl reported the loss of one 'mm her [ awwnce between Sunday IJJ.1 jnd [ NMdav. A S iCCIDCNI i hursday %  V bv i trong 1 NDER8TOOD that Doned -.IT yuon o[ the lit, L, Harrows 01 The .-..I on. Dominion 1 *ith 34 poll behlod. with 21 r ^^^H who loimerly played ^pnow defunct. Winton QC. ^* a !l Dominion and u p :is WENT, rwo L. I ..<> jomc1 : e :,M a.m. on 1 I !" 1 %  ib r lhc -Mwing. t*" Ivan Loyne had reporled %  C,'o Ihe Police jj^ 1 "i th .... . (Ion. The t*" hot ... upitd it was iBB^^Pi. It valued $542 Mawri. of a I ago. uipmvnl Arrives Some of the tauipDMnl tructton <>t the Urpoii arrive 1 . W.I. Women Conference Tomorrow Rii.*kH< Advocate CDrrv* „, wale r J aXo "l hundred thou from Trinidad and the u,, ; ,s under tha ,d l %T V *,? 1 ay 0 Mcmb 5" .'" PataUnil of the West Indies. A j;iimwiU t Indies, ^hich comprises the parishes of inr about two hundred .. llIk The conference will be .mended ft £*£**!• £ hr £ l S nurch and trom lne cIl,b dow ,h lM ,ln "* Th. rest of ASSU. V,II m ^ %  ^ ^\"IT %  ,hK '"^' ""xl the Scooters. M | "' "" %  ">• ''"""": ptOOMM to Ihe parade ground %  '. ,„ !*llSr u a^?n7he !" n "* %  "*" SlUltf where foSHJ! „S" '" lhe !" n lw • met by the Lay Mcml,,%  nd electricity With Among the i-.juipm.nl gre h. re iiicnibors can also MI iincl watch tennis on mie side f"*"' „r gaze on to Smith 1 .""je the other. Incidentally, it is Mid lal1 "' %  RuS Imt !" ,?,?,"i' S "" '" %  S !" 1 Y<, "<" s P'f> %  tally led %  i and ChilMM commubv u,,. DS .M.. Mr. Cyril Brath%  n ^il least little luck Um of enjn. P" 1 •till IF 01 UCT-TI-CLE1I i SaOOB COVERING •SILVER STAR' CONGOLEUM 25 Years Ago %  u.iite. Ihe lit Mr. Charles Springer, then formally welcomed the Chief Scout who replied with %  the course of his address expressc*! meat by the Lay Memfillers. A feature of the conference will bethegoodi The S|n|i ::i Iloughton. 1st Vlce* Q formerly Pw^ldeni of the QeneraJ Pederaciubs of the I tilted Simes. Sara %  with SrfSnSlL^' 11 ^'u the **." "and heexhorted the Scout* fhitli SSSSJ^SH C1 Jb5 I Pcwure at the interest taken ,n "Won Ol of ah UN to live up to their built in Holland, the rtU """* *-'t". Scouting traditions when not in 1 11 delegation of eight unlrorm M thal was otlc u v| ( who '" nterested in West Indian problems through heart! Muggins' lectures, will conference. haagtod hv Mr* Charles Powell of that city. The CM '.il-0l: inidad. Its craw of 17, including Captain Vincent, nd two Trinid racas" has a gross toncity of San Antottl age of 400 tons, a length Of 198 %  •ndmg a group of fourteen wo%  eat, draught 9 feet m "" fc 0 £j;, vfpod neighhour" to Iha worthwhile scout. HE. then distributed the first Warrants signed by him to the flcoulati who were pre-. The I.C. Mr. W. H. Carter, ho wu also present, then called on the Scouts to renew their Scout Promise, after which three chain foe Eli fa ce Uaocy brought linn .T itsi, uiiiUKUt a in.. — — nw^^u in iiui'iui r Church in Liliiiiplun Su.vl ot Scout Extinguish Fire About 3.15 p.m. on Friday Janii the dread alarm of heard in the Hart's Gap area. Christ Church. Scout Keith Philips ot 4th Barbados i.'.in. s street) Group, who lives in the Mcinity. iimckly doubled to MM to tind a neighbour's ...inland to island swimming while .laying there during the last 'Tiu'ReeV'p^aKMes Hi mile, BARBADOS ADVOCATE, of Leaches comparable with HM KKBKUARV 5. 1925) Hie West Indies Th.i. I'CIMIII.I TfiSfi ao cnm paay the Barbadoi laam to Trinidad. Dr. j, A. Browne, :enUy appointed Ophthaln on condition that at an early opportunity be ahould ; England and on his obtaining a iiploma he would AN OperaUc Ex.erpl b) Veidi "jhole-time oillee.. taiied is included m the pKOfninma ..!' 's innoma for Trinidad en the Police Hand under Capt. C. E. route to England with this object liaison when they hold their eon1 vu>w He Wi cert at Queen's Park to-day beMrs. Browne, ginning at 4.45 p.m. Parade Service The ProgramA Parade Service of th. (1) Grand March "Florintina" Forces in connection Fuei*, Mission will be by (2) Overture "Raymond" Thomas on Sunday next 8th ,3) OperaUc Excerpt— y 30 a.m. La Travaita" .... Verdi Tn e M ., 'Lilac lime Police Band Plays Today] is Bgt MH %  The preacher will be \n, ichiiben „„,, Suvl W^ii/cl ,„ C0 '"" ?' (6) sacred Song "Judex" Gounod ^'f !" 1 ; (7) Suite ..... Othello" ,a nod at ,hc chu "'" (4) Selection (5) Concert Vllse pretty wedding on house on lire. Securing ,. nen Mr. Joseph buckets of water and enlisting th„ uscai IIII.KS. -ii. took as his bride willing help of the by-itanders. jean Surgcaiit. Philips worked briskly until the both of Cleaver. HU1. St. Joseph blaze was subdued and finally 1 wag given in marriage extinguished. When the Brigade by her father Mr. Orman S %  •< %  undarftaiid, ;11 waa and the i... bnan was over. Philips. hOVraVaV, b> Mi Hartley Hinkthe job to help clean up the debris. son. to send through some necessary The bude was beautifully ot%  : '' %  '' lo lnakr hnn. tired in ronuinc sheer. The skin f" Itenerally useful as cry -Lied with silver sequins Scout should, whether he "in or Keslaurant. A .„ ld „„. ^^^ wa> 0 | ace slud "out" of uniform. ; Sc.u.Rndi.iHr.i.r, S5K SjtfaWTBar Scout Radio Programme> A visf I partmant i.i C. V Atkinson. Mr C H %  Vi A VB Campbell. Ihe visiting trio of Jrmalcar. the oppi I %  the day Ql L\*leridgr-Tayt<>i (8) O.-and March "Ihe Homnge March" . Otvi ; Harvest Hyi ii ~A.M 384 AM GOD SAVE THF KISG. %  — , a^li^.l in till< .till'. .. online %  jiul p^. ..MovcrHadioDis.tib, 1 100 Come Over 100 passengers from Southampton, Ingjhuxt, TlarLados Iho | senger liner "Qolflto' of the Elders & FyfTes line Of these, 26" landed here one" trie nther 75 were intransit I Trinidad. '•"Into" sailed out I night for Trinidad. i.ocal agents are Messrs. Wilkinson A llaynes Co., Ltd. Church Diamond lndiisir> The "Argosy says ea..' brings large mini ben. uf trlbuton on the way to the diam< Tba district has in .. i become congeste | are at their wits end to procure passages to Buck Cams; pung and Eplng, where frequent finds of large stones an Vad Damaged In Collision 19 Cars Arri\< The button. On that cation v U u will hear a of anthunuin lilies and Queen broad outline of the ti the .. Bl given bj experience.1 dark* where the I Mouters. So don't forget to I. and the Rower venlng at S.18. About 19 motor cars from London yesterday by Steam%  ui Uargaret Herbert, Uaiestimn which la conWalcotl lllilirt'll III' Act'lilt'lll ****** • Messrs. Da Costa & Co, ( ( liijUKu lit m nn 111 Iu| A Nathaniel Bailev of Grazcite'n This vessel also brought per%  (obcrts was Usher while Hoad. St. Michael, was injured on iumery essence and Portland Miss If, Goddard and Mrs. C. bis right knee nnd taken to the cment among the cargo for at the organ. General Hospital yesterday abou'. Barbados, on. which was fully 12.30 p.m. after he was involved by William FogSJ ,., s pcrfotmad by ihe Rev in an accident with the car M-~M ——.-----— G f Nlcholla, and afterwards on I-ower Rroad Street. Bailey la aa Mak in TMianUyi -Advothe happv couple motored to was riding the bicycle M-8570 at T V/*-\'ii*i,. lh ,e^ 1. Art "!' n nu T 1 ille" Cleathe time of the accident. The uw >h.i £*,> .7 Ji)*7FZSTlSuLtd of I by Roy Marshall of Bridgelleld. St. Thomas. The right tide of the Van WH damaged. var*i Hill was held ubiHu • • • YATES RELIABLE KITCHEN and FLOWER GARDEN SEEDS JUST IN TIME FOR THE SHOWERS the reception front of the bicycle was exten.""d sively damaged. llsWMIMMMIW*v/<^/.v/.vw>r TsUTilT AHK ITEMS YOI; WILL FAVOIR iirilfr mm Squash. Leeg, ptnnoni IALT < N llADDICft CMLLST. Si MACABOXI HAMS ( rAKBI MlTTHTS GOUDA CHEESE POMI APPIJ*At*ri: ptAna noma RADISH KETCHUP GATE FOOD GOLDEN ARROW RUM PERKINS & CO., LTD. Kill 111 l IN ADD LUXURY TO YOUR BEDROOM With EVERWEAR' CANDLEWICK BEDSPREAD A beautiful runge or designs for Single and Double llecls in Blue, (.old mid Peach. Ffom $14.00 to $25.00 each HARRISONS-Broad Street After cleaning out and clearing up Replenish your cupboards with: I.VWII I. s\l ( I |-\\s IN Will. (I is Ike. Spini y'.M 111 pi. $2.52 12 pi. S2.80 1 N \\li:i. HOWLS ::c., c. & Nt, ENAMKI. DSD AMI HoVM.S .. $1.71 KNAMKI. CHAMBKKS $U7 CAVE SHEPHERD & CO, LID. 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street It's De L ima's for Diamonds LIGHT & POWER TROUBLE FREE "LISTER" ALTERNATOR SETS Y. DeLIMA & CO., LTD. 20 MOA'D STREET — PHOrJE 4644 1 75 K.M. DIESEL DRIVEN ALTERNATORS > K.W. 5 K.W. 1 5 K.H. '• K.M. K.W. All roniKlrlr ...III SKiUkkSUlS .lid AulOm.ll, VolUle Kesalslors. HOE Ot SPARE PARTS IN STOCK A p |i I I UK UAHUMHtS FOU.XDHY LUL llluir l-.rk rtoad Dial tM



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?AGE FOUR SUNDAY ADVOCATE SPHPAY. PEBTOAM MANNEQUINS AT THE DRILL HALL Beauty On Parade MRS. KAI.IMI ('HOWE— as a bride— : %  real!) exquisite uulfil. %  .earing a light treen nylon evening dp ned. ng a black cocktail frock With lucked skirt. tailored suit "f ibarktUn. SIRS CYRILLENE GITTI NS :.,ng dress In-: ed and green. From Left NNE KEEVIL .*t..i i .n afternoon rln-s of emi %  .earing the M as Ihe hijrjjifc, **tj '"• >u.-c„2*l iked lafiBBI '" *J There w^^B nrsl pan of the ,,2*< bTc* 3 • %  The stage setting, ^L Beau I v atBJ i > en. "* ?d m ,he ,„„„ S^m luin Parad.. Madame HM,*. ?, R T *. Cecil %  %  ; -PPetrwet g] f-unod Co, £ from -tar off Barbados. ^in< in Pan,'* -littledory, ; Tick" i Ihc or.. I LttlflM ; Mode,* The ladies who tiKdgfc* were, Mi*^ %  ho wore a wfedri "ing gown IriaW ; '"% %  MB. MM I brown cocktu %  f>.nj gown, Wag, %  \ %  • 11 tan cn i I hat and buck J n Keevil '-voreana %  i' % %  Ivet ai toe vm r %  ;.5 %  %  %  I a A hue oTfandiil irtmininji with la and wide bud 1 Margaret Wi %  %  a white fornnl. andlng feature H skirt with %  n oured rosej on at Maurice Tnitmk thretvqwrJa a iiariic Ward fi < 'i nylon cveU| %  ' %  beige tailored.* < % %  .tjr.es, tJceat li ide ntodtW la] when otki at* and. Mil isiunriing.il .f skirt U BUT stle .-ficct and tit' -..Vn TIa'oh the meet of them all. I. .!.. %  -* for a vert da the St Hu? %  Child Nutrition IISS BAKBAHA tM Mn> %  tft MBS DORB1 I T IS OFTEN U tar the 1946. %  %  occur ... • used 1945. BY THE WAY By lll'lll lllimiiliT 1 St* t, I KL P i approach tettrdaj that it . would be possible to ach. more senses Hum be growing W 11 view, cspecLiInnecMd with tht now is. 'AH con• I id happening:weighed and estimated carefully, in order to acquire a working knowledge of thi .diother, so tli.it iroblems capable ( I %  %  %  %  iid." A Trickj Busi A STATE1 I npe" made n* he had heard of Mother s Pills For The nerging from %  the "Gravedliters." treated the iK in one hand The Animal PMJ ^X7"iTH ir-.urd to tne" tab ;n Parie" many j*ople %  aiid be an Anawl *o that these newcoaaV %  !v exisung jal tight between." candidate and an ** %  *' i specially if J 1 ,-hunter a %  nig candidate a fo*" %  : course, wouMI xtciAled %  %  %  e not > J : to haunt the polling bo* iitnmuit: M9SO iCAR OWNERS... Get Better Protection Longer Life for Your Car's Engine! — and smile! RALEIGH THE ALL-STEEL BICYCLE ..ilurs In Barbedea CAVE, SHEPHERD ft CO I ll> Its 11. 12. 13. BKIIAII SIKKET NEW Mobiloil • Makes Engine)! Cleaner. • Prevents Unnecessary Wear. • Improves Car Performance. e Reduces Gas and Oil Consumption. ••• n.w % %  %  .. r4ew Mobilo-I help beep your engirt* nee of depotiu Ihot %  Jew MobJoJ. J-ASGESTSFLUNG MOJOGARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. Ag.



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PAGi: sl\ SUNDAY ADVOCATE BMWMKKd ADVOCATE •_.__ i -uf — 1 MMM tf T>.' e*a Lid.. K !" d St. Sundav. Fchruar\ .".. MM Priority OnTHE allocation of the Labour Welfare Fund derived from the cess on sugar at the rate of ten shillings per ton on the exportable surplus is a subject for public scrutiny Tomorrow the Vestry of St. Joseph will discuss a letter written'by that body to the Colonial Secretary pointing out that the main purpose for which the fund was created should be given priority in practice. It was pointed out by Mr. L. A. Chase, a former Social Welfare Officer, and it has recentlv been stressed in this newspaper, that the Labour Welfare Fund should be spent on houses before playing fields and community halls. When the (iovernor-in-Executive Committee decided to spend the fund on a basis of one dollar and fifty cents per head nf :he entire population of Barbados, it adopted a policy which, it is now claimed, will benefit one palish at the expense of another. The parish of St. Michael, for example, which has Queen's Park. Bolfield, the Bay Estate, the Reef and other facilities for recreation such as cinemas, dance halls and clubs, with an all.K-ation of $1.50 per head would receive a total of $114,654 when the contribution made i the vears 1947-4!) indented 10 ;'.duced canes which he sells in the factory ;.. sum under the Kehabi which only allots this sum for the pureha merits. The | i nf all africultural conununil i doubl;. urn-dweller scores. Tins policy will, unless checked, ruin Barbados as an agricultural community. Whatever polu J in the adm: 1 I this Fund, it is •hat after thn amounting to a sum "1 some $800,000, rt must be ma people whom it individual I for mm Alt) d allot aium of money which I 11 (| 0,000 for housin, actually bail unity halls, whill $400,000 lies idle in the Treasury and no board has appai' administer the fund for houai •.ion, $100,0"' ury. Can it be that the Committee appointed to build pi builds playing fields v I gic to spend a p. : flea'.: If tV mom dual ance fund Panel that matter and l Andthe quick. But if there is any di worker in alia '" s standard of living and enjoy the anemties and h. wmcn """ encourage him to slay up in the country then it must get on with the job which anyone with eyes ca n see is P riority One. John Harrison THE Exhibition of Mr. John Harrisons paintings at the Museum is. perhaps .a suitable moment to reflect on his other art activities in the Caribbean. He goes on leave shortly, after three years work as Arts and Exhibitions Officer of the British Council in the West Indies. It is to be hoped that he will return to further this useful and valuable work During his stay in the West Indies Mr. Harrison has almost travelled its'!>£ Apart from his work in the Island Colonies. British Guiana and British Honduras, he has visited Haiti, San Domingo and the French possessions. His knowledge ol painters and painting in this area is unique. His travels might almost be described as "missionary journeys for he has spread the gospel of Art to unbelievers, and sustained the faithful. Mr. Harrison has not neglected the smaller islands for the sake of the larger G nies. During his visits to both he has run courses of lectures for teachers and children, given classes in drawing painting, cut-paper designs, lino and potato cuts encouraged his pupils to PJ^phrasc the work of famous painters and held exhibitions of the work produced One such exhibition of specimens frorn Grenada is now on view at "Wake.ield". By lectures talks on the Radio and articles he has endeavoured to stimulate an interest in art among the adult populations. He has encouraged local artists in tne.r work, helped with their exhibitions and tried to make their work better known not only in their own colony, but in other parts of the Caribbean. I [e ot the interest in art which Mr. Harrison has fostered occurred recently In this Island. A course of lectures was to be given by him at the Museum for elementary school teachers. Over 180 teachers thought it worth while ecturea during the first week of their Christmas holiday, and two courses of lectures were held. what purpose?'' Or. "Why teach the man in the street about Picasso and :n Sutherland?'' These are questions sometimes asked. The purpose is surely „lile us to appreciate art, this not only widens our horizon, but increases our eni at of life. The art of Picasso and much a product of the 20th centurj ;i or a ferro-concrete building. We. Ive in the 20th century, should try to land and appreciate what is happening around us; 20th century art is by no the only art "r the best art, but it is our art. To many in this area Mr. Harrison has opened the gates of a new lield of knowiteful for his untiring energy, patience, and abot for his enthusiasm He has done and is still Let us not be unmindI that the British Council is responsible for Mr Harrisons activities, our gratitude to Mr Harriaon is Ii to the HIT .. branch of it! work in the Caribbean. s|sl> i"mil u; • %  iiint. Prnieri & Prrsrrvp „;,. BERGER PAINTS LASTIKON PERMANENT GREEK P.n LAST1KON WHITE HOI SE PUVT LASTIKON RED OXIDE Boor P.L PERQtITE MARINE WHITf EXum (IP MilT WHITE IJNMICOAT lobH|CT.h.r? PROMEIM SILVER ALIM| S „,, "•> PROMEtM METAL PRIMER prnn ,£ EBONITE BIT! M1NOIS BLACK *" BERVAR YACHT VARNISH MATROIL ELAT HALL PAINT Dl'SSEAL WALL PRIMER Nt ., n ... "4 HOURl l IIMI I 111 I. M (,n; K mt RL'X RUST NEl-TRAUZEK '""" WILKINSON 4l HA V.NES CO, LTb Soccw,C S. PITCHER & CO.. ITT Prtiinixli?'> 1KR7 Phones: 4.7? & 4C87 '• IsW Zmlh •/ i*. j^ "FaiwiMiiwii .' Somense! The VURES'I coincidence." LOU )o Express BtrrUtf Sitting On The Fence "A*. ihC :. Mi Bm Repn By Nathaniel Gubbins I rcmliul ind of tht'm. I \, %  r^ And very subtle, too. There %  re performing m the hchon an „ venerable member, (>mk-F' lli T\. Hi -_.. %  fpa'rtieX.;:. %  on the bo y in ,ho Arm t there?" You wouldn't think grown-up, responsible men would get round a table and say tu Hwfa other, 'If we give the middletier cake she'll vote for us.' Now would you?" No 1 wouldn't.'' ..its how their mindl work. Tl.' And you can look o%t for some tricks in the next few %  "Can 1 •MI, in*!), wuiiuii, ^n •> %  %  instead of fpeniMfri i cbill alterOr emu noon answering iffis qutftlons, u*ards ON %  *' PIWIOI wd ItnteeT Doa'l .^h." 1 know ifs luugh. brother, but %  r m not tryin to." listen, will Or baruj' 'he floor %  %  %  %  ie monkey nuts. 1 provide margarine. The Member: Answer my question, yes or no. Minister: 1 am sorry I canp h ^igV"ouV .tell not oblige the hon. member The dancing girls are coming in from the lobby. Member Whet d.uicing gills? dancing girls (rom the n mi us. Vet] Old Member: Jolly good A Member: I .st.ite if the gnis have been imsupposo the houseIhe trick they at breakfast and .said "O Lurd of pUyed on I K ago." me, is thy coffee hot?" "Weal Hwi %  '' %  ported through bulk purchase da J'j ? „ u or,< u or under privete tDterpi F1J-M r start With that on your 11-aughter) Tfce Miniater: 1 DCUl Inct that the hiring of danctnj girls will soon be one Of the few P^" f. remaining activities of | (loud lam1 Sorialtst O tot, brother. Any more than 1 would like to start the day without any coffee, in case it's Hi. % 'The Ministry of Food announced '.hat some cai: %  was off points. And what hap"I don't know." "They took the meat off points there wasn't u Very* funny. 1 don't suppose they've stopped Utugjilni "Don't yo? "And before Feb. 23 a lot of funny things are goiiif; in happen HI como off tl %  Your uiife tryinff to poison you? My wife believes In re-incarnaBut *he thinks I am lave and she's Cleopatra. And \ Wt.m-n Member: Is th:not vou know wnal Cleopatra's f:.vI pr.-of friat men are mint our lic parlour game was. [,' I invite all women Tryiiiy out poisons on slates fo members to leave the House as a j fc u'hot happened'' That was the general idea. And Look what happeno I Very Old Member: Jolly good that's my wife's idea, if I & nl be thrown at us by the Idee Then (ten out. ton. You'll be showereii ol us. Brother, J could cry for you. rich 0| "Order, an. I could ,. too, you're sick. And what'll thev do The Speaker: The hon. membrother. her must not insult hon. women Lei's QO into the Crying Room members by suggestin,; their fnue'lier and try for each other. presence is um the In The Club (ALL, I see they've started lSs.' in the I Members %  |ta and tobacco. You tome I say, what imi "Who have?" Very okl Member Wh The Qovexnroent I roux lunch?" on my knee? Who'll ^-it on my going to allow bakers to nuke "N." knee? London I when they've got your vote?" "No Idea %  %  AH ed Prlvato Announcing.., THE RECENT ARRIVAL OF "Princess \ Refrigerators Size 5 cu. (t. BaaM l nils I Vi-;ir Guarantee High Efficiency lnsulalioa Lock in Handle Finished While with Blue accew*i DA COSTA & CO.. LTD, DIAL 3878 ELECTRICAL 0 WELCOME TO U. iQ, •/.;;'&* (Mil III Ai ills BAY i ll'\alii.ilion Can Only Be Temporary I \|M ilirni To rhe UK SIK,—Years ago the man in the street did not trouble h about such i went about 1 with couKi happ such q perls : nevertheless the ord %  %  %  full en buttei Is a IK' basis (or different cou some n ^Weq %  preooptod tu bo tt%  %  notes against loans and So lot %  If H"'l .' %  AS HMM paper. I Out of tli.it i as toon as pa I %  us show the the ruins' OBMI the deanaeM X< icnctet irga njBaf ipeni on I ... I iisumption has reduced the m.iximum beoeAta that was hoped to be t> in pnMluctlon Hei and laha turmf could no longer forei^i. I ;efore ly It w*J tftt .rlinglonger of the interOel lOSS Of confide: .creasing the ind dollar made to pound has been L this Is, %  %  %  impetus will be gtvoo \ trade but imports I area will rise to th the price rise on imports fro dollar areas ii their dolUr price goods and cost ol to think that this effort can be limited to a slight increase of a point or two in the cost of living In Sooner or later it will be necessary to stabilize the pound again. lion will UM what basis should stabilization be effected for baton the trade of I can be tulh puat be eaUbl assets lodged in the banks of a maintaining a 1 other the de hire UaeiltsaUaa. It I what is km ,\,~ laeea stabilization and %  expected that ttv %  %  movement of exchange with countries, above and beh n manipu until equilih. As soon as it is found has found iu own without unfluc support li, Govermne:.'.. e> jare stabilization takes place. That ;e value of UM monetary unit is tiv ran endeavour is made to keep it at the legal ratio. i Dries are est.. by lot* an agi< to all nations, %  I ilililion To The Ediror.—The Advocate. SIB.—1 omitted unfi from otj %  i should bk It was In connection with my remarks concerning the proposals %  double thr scholarships at Queen'n books and hot mealsto make perfect babies of them ' %  when POOH


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PMC TWI I VI SUNDAY ADVOCATE STNDAY FEBRUARY ILASSIFIED ADS. Pnblir Smlm-Contd WAXTFI* GOVERNMENT NOTICES roil III M RfAL EST MELT LF.SM.F ft, RFT.UI | si. COii > %  i .'leamg Pihv Rale veeHOUSE* JVBtUZ, GIMH I ROWfully furnieherl at Woodatdr Carden*, Bay Street. MW-Kbrnr) to Junf Phone 1114. l I Jft-3n FLATS fully fura "•tor and linen at I Dial MM with RefrifMr. Worthing. 13 1 SO t f r. Dai Jill or fill COTAoee at 'larler Bra* 1 Mason Hall i 1 Saw-ir. "P1QUB8 VILLA.'" Kent. Chriil Church Newly • %  .nit coral bm> ho-^-e with eppeoximetely I', acre* Private driveway fram main road Afrommodfttltwi cernortae* 9 bedroom*, tounai. gallery and kitchen, eiienaive *tnreroomi. nnif etc MO ft above M level Bridgetown J mil*. DIXON SLADON Real Etale Agent. Auctioneer* Surveyor* Plantation. Building. Phone 4MU *. 2 10 [r ;LT-ST: In qu^t. prtvafte %  two paInj r,unt Kate. :*el naa IS 3ft~l f • r,CELLftHtO -.>S A\Tin ro m r llIO PORTAGE 3TAM** of British Wart IndieA' MM Ca tW tamp Society. 3rd Floor No 18 I IT is hereby notified for the information of the General F ,„.. with .Wfrom Sunday th* Mi of PM.lM at Mi the terminus at Probyr. Street m accordarce w.th present Time Tables. The following routes are affected:— 14 to Top Rock WANT? It TO SENT A COTTAOR 1 to ft mllea ftwm Brid*e trwn with apprna-tmataly *i acre land MM) containing; 3 bedroom*. I lac We litnL Mtar and aarvonUl gjuarta** f ram reeuirwd Writ* Z c.o Advocate Co I* II 50— 3nl DIED -IIS IJ30TTA of S. Mi Georpr Ha* funevaJ will IftSWl fiiir Orurch. Oeo-ce ' th aftenwnor for St Geote* %  Mejul pr-jper. Naomi. Verela VaJdermeMr. IBl~Nf.AI.OW full, furnished from IV February Facing Garrison Savannah fan be seen by appointment P"sone >M botOnMB ih* hours oi II and) 1 ocor> inv 4 4 1 Ii S 3 I I oil MOTIVE S Uafl RSPCRANZA Fully furvuehed 1 bed rooma. drawing room. Kitrhen. etc com PlijMiHf I'l mllea frot Cndtlloki. and %  ,*ch Apprt to Mr. J A Re s'-.idfarl. St Jomea or Phone ftl-D 4 3 SO 7 • \m>t COOL BEDROOM 0l mod • --. convenience* with or without itaaali I -trlet thai IB* a.i a* I'l III II MM It 1% "CSS •*•""" earned by obtaining orderi for private OtrKtma* Cardfram %  tut friend* No previous aKparlei*irceeaary. Write lodey lor boauUf.it free tample Book to Britain lataaat and ; ,e.no PuniMhova. hWbaM **mm-aon %  -lelloui moo ay maklnf opaortunlty l >.. Williama Co Deo* 10 Vwtor* Vorki. Preton. BnaVand WAMTTD TO PI 1CIAW PTtOPT.RTY For taah Small Proper!v apprnKimataly 10 IS Acre* and Houae I *(Uite Prico and condition of houw. Bo< C o Advocate Co .4.1 ( <. LM t.i.i. % %  NEWHAVW. Cran* Coo. %  ) %  i.T—.nhed Garadj** •ervont Room. Superb bathlr.a bea'h February Marcl • ber. Dfcrmiier gf M pe • onth Phooe 44TC 4 I aft tin NO I ICE rnisoMi THE public are I living: credit to KUroWTTT. JOKFS >t hold myartf i .yon* el a* confiftClnjT wUe DAPHN1 Tftvlor' ai I d iponalbl* for her o debt 15 .. Rendezvous Road 17 Brittons Hill 18 Belleville 1> Boarded Hall 20 Ivy 21 Waterford 22 Jackson 23 Cave Hill 24 Holders Hill RUNWAY LIGHTINC. I .trlislr fN POitT-aHvwneT Molly N Jono*. W. kir.-on t > < VerandahirfTWv Gar % %  r Uial 144ft. PARISH 9* (RBIAI tlllStrl Application*, aci—npa n la tl by Rapti. (.ei.iikcaie. will be m*uc0 a' oftlro up to 3 p m on Fnda> re(,ruan-> lftW. to* one or more van Vaalry Cukubitloas. brnable at the boyi iVtundatian School I ind ruilaa rruafl be Chl.dran • Prfi.hlo. er. ba aWBlta'K I lUmn and rnua* bo brtwoan the nf if 10 yean ft mnrtlha and II _.te of ihe namlnation rntiat preoent th.-maalve* i %  he Moadmaitar o* the boyi 1 Foundation Vhool on FridAy lllh Fc'.i %  eiatninatinn AppiK-ation form* ran b obtaUi* from my ofrlce WOOD GODDARD. ParochUI Treaaui-er. < nri>l Church 3 1 Vi M unleai debta in i>:ftar i(tned b OSJDrU.) wrttten lUlrlc JOKCfx Bnghton. Si Oeorft* HOt'sF *Ul April fni %  %  .iniitem uatk frori' Draw In*--rnon.. -mall %  ti.rly etc All moderrm gardan No fhlld -en Dial 4A31 LOST I OI Ml !" T 2. The Government does not bind itself to any tender, UUirVALdl Srhooner Marv % %  CarolBve. M ton (J pt Joaeoh. fn^ rjomlruca AJU: fchooner Owner.' AaMifttlen M V Oraroa. Sht ton* net Vincent, from Trinidad; AftwnU: J N HAiriman Co L4d_ lanm. from London; Afiatfa: Da Coat *S C S" Golfllo. 4J *0 "*• C*** TT*ribum from Southanwum; ARanf: accept the lowest or %  "**> %  Mr J R Nlrholaaa u^l. Proverb.. Mr* M n H %  f' C A Shepnerd. Uri V U T 1 ' W H Smrdley V**H Smrdley "• %  O'PAITVUl fcchoorap* CvrH %  < &^ luirhina. n ^S* >-i Arcwt. Schooner O^n-nTiL* 1 9JI Oolnto. 4Jbt 2n,*** ( Thornbunt. for Trlniaafl Am Z > inaon A Haynea Co l,u PART ONE Bj ORDERS LOST EARRING—Reward offer of lone cut Steel Farm.* V..cnt Club arid Crane %  Clarke dttfi ELECT*. CAL vv rnmer. QTRAGI K-l 43B1 31 ' on %  %  FURNITURE i'l II! M ALBN %  HI rlARBAIIOH TOI TH MOVfMFN ii ..M. aid iim—iftwi rlradquanarB Tudor Rridae. St Michael ''' R s _i ) %  i IB W M T. M nee Aim. To anciniiade Lawful ritueiw nd M improve Ihe live* oft l*e poor and infortunate youth, nf Barhartox. |1 i lal and general iede UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER %  %  %  kYja %  Reoau-aata. 14. m Maclune. l*m '. Shoe, and IfaU and Sale 13 M ..clock Term* „ D I 3 *0 ""TT^L. UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER %  ..-rence Gap %  %  • •Vpriitc CuiftiK. pet. Eli ind Tnhlt I %  %  Bvnaau P .-.VftlUI %  %  and Dreialig/ %  ..ndin.ii'. lYoeier. WaUrle. H M..I r %  HudaRTefni %  MftftJITpl i PMHW-I. k M %  HoMa .. iClarke. Found* lev J B tirant. 1. Tn 11 O.PUir, Ir. Olfta Brnwiie .f.eneral I The Barbed.. . fail ,i: I'nSCENF. OF THE CRIME rr-vthin* HE T11FJU BbOWaTHJ .linor. filot Tari Dnvi *t< buwasi ATRF INSURED MOVING i PROFESSIONAL NOTICE nit FCRRaBRA Of -Chlrorllle" Upper Ray SI. l.-. Commanding, The Barbados Regiment. 3rd February. 1950 ^^C'"o a, Rer-mema, Headers al HOO Hour, on Thursday. th Feb.. 50 to select personnel to form the Guard H.R.H. Princess Alice to Barbados OB th.Ml March, 50 INSPECTION There will be an inspection it si ^ftAlew^ ARRIVALS—By B.W.I.AX. Ccndd Peartoru Mr From TRINIDAD Edward Knulc. >nd Mn Eunice Kunte. John Codo^rd Fr.^mn*u. . Paacruill, Gordon Hamilton. Mary FranEiliiOoth smith, Mr __ Emanuel Ro-lnaue.. Kenneth Fiii. nnd Mr Herbert Wtuima.| S Teirei.cc Hawkitu. Arthur Moore. EdWhitmell irlna Paraoiu, Norman Hinkn. willuim DEPASTi Rrt-R, mj,. For !-\ C.t'AIRA-Mr rltii „ Mtaa aUry OTJoaukai S|f' iikon. Mr DOUKWaa. Pocock. !*?,_** *Maud S.IJ,., %  Wlutme I JT*" Ball. Kliuibeth Ball. From ANTIGUA:Sarah Wamboufh. .'erei-de-Veo. Matter XanrTu Mary Kouantunei'. Eva Larry. Vega. Mr*. Helen Kiuro, u, %  From JAMAICA Mr Thomaa Leal la Knim St., Mlai Helen KnW | Vondy. Mr Geora* Adam.. B Flint. Mia* Glad'. Ince. Knim '.Villlatn Hubert Bri.ley. .rrlvinc veaterday \tonirael were. Mr and Mra p^iiin...... 1— I *amn Mr It Chftllenor. Mr. David tin. There Will be J drill parade in order r^mriond, Mr and Mra Charlee Oar> Either Mudd ,f Honour for the visit of | .,nd. .Mr. ^ X CL-.O* c^-den rorn For ANTIGUA Mr &*„, \\ inga* Aitllftue Shop *dloln %  hfePtl v**ht CPJR ftft-a w n Red and Banwd %  I. M w 11 .. M s %  umil SIM In %  i d t. t< %  M 4 3 SO Si Writ* Dinct or Airmail for Fatherly Advice Froa A KEY POSITION.. FOR YOU FIRST CHOOSfc YOUR t.AKfctK ACeaMIaKf AilATlM I •. i %  ftlKlft •Ml UtMU CaJrHTRT CftlHItlftT tin IflilCI CftRaUICUU, All lUMftiiiiuiiir laiMilliM • r • IH. IIPI i4ii mm. 4M %  iiii m ii umiiuii %  IISIIUTIM MlftrWLAtlll NWM P14ITICI K niTT • %  •( '. %  • • l*a.l pan tiCRMta'i* MMTUM M.... TIUVHtPPl lU S and Kiucli 1 50 JacketPllera. arre*d.ivrenche* Dla.__4*i t^rage I 40 n %  G ante fiTTi-.t;* OS from * It 44 A B.mee A. Co Ltd rj-fjs %  Md #oi>dlt & TrisRajM St rhone % %  RIIRNHAM < ..el. I %  %  .-I erand*l .itTim. two be.!., i .Mih d.e.ui roorr and bath. k.in.i' and paras* to Mr MIJI-34T1 %  • ihe under Uned on I uraiy ISM %  i-: | 11 :*> 4* >i. for Sai, I %  ih February al 1 I.AHKI: A %  ISM i'k ad c. T-1 x 30 % %  • : • • *> %  ta 40 1ft: Jt 1 %  m IS Au 0 TTIt Co Traf* 1 '"! Bi 10 1 -*, 1 1 OAI.VANI7I:D Mrjrrs 1 :. 1 A BARNRS A f"r 4GM. UN 11 1 •t 1 1 fllBtl, • ii-il • "'• %  roof Saf* ertUi door* termed \ comblniitH>lock: Sellable for oir-cr 1 x -eeord' OaMai V f. DRVDEN A SON* IR 13 I34PTue. Frl S. : I 1 I ASBESTOS ftkrlPaTTS in fi. I i ft A 10 ft lenfUi* Scrvv •Mia Ewerlte R'dge Cap* A E e jlare^ ixal 41ft' II : Tftjlor Lid BTflrn Rojal I ^ I SO Hi ..nd play ftsaa 1 %  ruarv IM0 I rnbihad t..iii,"etiti"n a' <" OrSra the 10th Feb. Unit JOMIUI iiuilainiiig The dwelling lioue I* lul Water 4 %  -• For furthc: UN! DM A BANHELD Start training for it NO W! There I* 1I1II room at Ihe lop rer Ihe Ml* ftuehhedl man who n fitted foi Ihe rob YOU can be (hot %  nan Micceiilul. pretpereui with yftwr future anuiad b. itudyinp ol home m your ipere ti*ae. guided by Ihe ppraftneJ tuihen el Th* lenftetf CoUeea Dutance mahet no dillatente. WE WILL HELP YOU TO ACHIEVE YOUR AMBITIOH Ce' your feel on the ladder of mt^rnu TO-DAY Wrtle !• The Bennett Collese and teem hethoueendi el people tuil like yew have reached the lap with the tight ou-dence A well paid l-ij tn be youri itaK Ihn pleetent apare-lieie %  ludy NOW Direct Mail to DEkU. US B^nett ( olb?0€ SHIFFIILD iNCLANO ^j) ^cTrnn^nd'.rrr';rnTnded 51 "they should check .hc^uniform and equipment of those volunteers who have not attended the previous kit inspections. ORDERLY omCEH SERJEANT 13th FEB., 50 FOR WEEK ENDING Lieul. S. E. L. Johnson 214 Sjl. Clarke, A. H. I.icul. T A. Gittens 210 Sjt. Storey. B. W Orderly Ofncer Orderly Serjeant Nfrt /or duly Orderly Officer Orderly Serjeant DISMISSALS—OTHER RANKS The Commanding Officer has approved the disnuswl of *M u*4a ncin-attendance al parades: 226 Pte Payne. G. 224 mentioned Other Ranks t. 245 Pte Haynes. L. 308 ., Berkele>. F. W 381 Browne, M. O. 303 Q*L Fenty, R 8t.C 228 Pte Chase. G. C. 238 .. 251 „ 216 „ 3*4 .. Ml Sjt 20"; Taitt. H. Yearwood, G. Smith, W McD. Sobers. C. A. Trolman. R. A. U-is, C S. Goodman. R. S Brooks. C C Clarke. F. Bell.-. S Medti.ni. E. G Gram, E N. Moseley. G. A. 1) SKEWES-COX. Major, S.O.L.F. & Adjutant. The Barbados Regiment. NOTICE There will be a WO's t Sjts. Mess Meeting at 19S0 IH Saturday. 11th Feb., 50. The voluntary clasps for OfBcers and N.C.O's continue on Mondays and Tuesdays lespecUvely. T>1 47. Id FMi.., UIYEKTISE.,, a> EVENING ADVOCATE I'ubiunra enrr MeM with an iMreMtH 4na lion every wstk. Fomer. W. Bowen, G. P Howard, C. S. MarvIUe. J. N. Robinson, V. If. Bourne, B. 243 Pie Alleyne, L. 34* „ Walaon, C. C. 232 Hall, W. E. (Sgd.l M. I 304 280 330 241 350 357 338 301 321 336 320 Canadian National Steamship %  MONtRKAL bVeV'e'eVeVV BISHOP'S HIGH SCHOOL TOBAGO Applications are invited for :— la) CUnical Master Ipreferabiy honours degreel capable teaching Latin and English to Higher Certincate sUndard. ib) Science SHater capable o( teaching Chemistry. Physics an. Biology up to Higher Certincate standard. Seiary In each case $2,160 — 12.880 per annum. Apply to Archdeacon F I STREETLY. B.A ^ b !" f ^j^ CAN CHAU-ENOER LADY MB A.JY NEL4KJN AI>Y BGDNRY AUY NRLRON NOBTRBOI ND LADY NRLSON LADY HODNEY ;ADY NELSON IADY RODNEY LADY NELSON 3rd If. llftl Mar 1 Till APT bin May 4th Feb UUi Fee. Sth Mar. iSth M4r. IM Apr. 14th At.1 Mih Apr. eth Ma> I mn May N.B.—Subject to change without nolle*. Ail veaaela titled with *•*. %  bera. Paaamger Forea end Utigbt ralea on *ppHcauoo to;GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.BO\IN<; ir fur % %  **•' gpaaftl IMpta'l Nftofb i lull laVLD BLACK KlX at ISO p I lahtit 1 at and conta %  %  It.-, ilM U %  I room With, •all filled built in eupbalhrooma. Iggg* Irv servant*' quart %  llllnl lllili 3tft '.JiiU'. • li J 3 SO In THE Mar ae G*,-deng, BED-TICK :.l .. i.lc in 2 qualities Black and While. Blue and I.iik Sl.2. and $1.26 Per Yard THAW'S Wi; J*'-' |seletStare U PVU HL Bombay Hewse. LBCSW %  %  IraombftT NUrv. SfKU-tslawn It.-iidhl More. U Swan h* ii RALPH meet* ft MAN Kill Champion. 1SS I Fealherueight Championi Con leal BSU1EI-D KID '• %  lasslde l SO %  laerbe r i M LAMP ITT KJT KID r-OR INFORMATION CONCERNING YODJ BAUIiAliL ,\\U HULlStrlULU LFFECB Cozuufl SMITHS SHIPPING for Packing For Shipping For Insurance For Preference RepresenWlivos in all Ihe principal Ports of the %  rHONS 30M ALFJtAKDKH itoUU, IUIM Readers and Subscribers to the ADVOCATE dailv and Evening Advocate papers in Crab Hill. Spring. Hall and surrounding districts in St. Lucv are asked to note that we have appointed Mr S. G. Marshall, Spring Hall. St. Luc> as our distributing Agent. For any further information. Dial 2823, ADVOCATE CO.. LTD. Circulation Dept ,v//w/*MW-w.v.vv.v.v.w////.'.w.v For Sale — THE >I.UL" Nr. WATERFORD ESTATE, St MichaeL OLD WORLD ESTATE HOME with 2 acres WfJC secluded locality only 2 miles from town. Onerea %  •* figure for early tale DIXON & BLADON Real 1..1..1. AnenU—Auclioneers—Sorvejon Phone H.K. I'UnUltoM • mum TO THE B. G. LRICkETEtS. We arc expecting you to give us a good "mD Nevertheless we arc Confident as lo the ruW the same as We are Sure mat and what is better than HAM (SLICED) TAYLORS SPECIAL BLENDED I Wiih the Distinctive Flavour! u the Outstanding Blend In this Island Blenders IOHX . TAYLOR A MIA* tT NOTICE SACROOL IO>OI IKS PaVEH !! (JO Sale . Kverywhere Kjaotm IIKI t. STOSBfl FRl IT SALAD PEARS 2^'s and I'l APRICOTS 1 PEACHES JVi's. STRAWBERR1K T% O PINEAPPLE 3 SLICED PINEAPPLE 2's GRAPEFRUIT HEARTS, CAWIMW EGGS tl) i $ ALLliM AR1UIK i. l. LTII. High Streel |a*eaae*e thai %  i.on ,be*> We beg to notify our customers ice more on sale and may rMgg Liined at any time from our Head In Road. CHIVERS JAM I lb lin A BARGAIN 36c. Each. ; SANITARY LAUNDRY CO LMHMWVM'/'///^'^'" ^