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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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L WIN GEN. ELECTION

| Sir John Shaw
Fried A Shot Gun

Defends The Empire |

Aced | Eden Makes Election Speech

LONDON, Fe. 6.
ORE PEOPLE intend to vote Conservative than Labour
at the British General Election on February 22, accord:
ing to the latest poll of public opinion published by the

To Strengthen 4

























































(From Our Own Correspondent) |
LONDON, Feb. 6.

p JOHN SHAW, former Governor of Trinidad, has |
itten an article in the London Times to-day entitled
| Record’. It is a frank review of Colonia\|
ion over 30 years. It is obviously written for |












































































Peace Policy

NEW YORK, Feb. 6.
A plea for a stronger policy

| tor peace and help to strengthen
| the United Nations has been mad
to President Truman in a lette
signed by 159 prominent Ameri-

















Conservative “Daily Express” here to-day.
But intending Conservative voters whose minds are
made up according to the strawpoll now number only 45%

” i, SAYS “DAILY EXPRESS”
|

against 44%

for the Labour Party,

The “Daily Express” a

week ago gave the proportions as 4714°" Conservatives and

42! % for Labour.

























Colonial knowledge is limited bu iti
be particularly interesting to We +’ should, | j can citizens. Signatories inchide a ——*i Ten per cent of those interview~
ee o:. Sie' Joins ve — vv est Indians. | | Mr. James P, Wardburg, prom ed said they would vote Liberal
i ohn 0 joined the Co- }inent New York financier, QQ st against eight and a half per cent
- eestadice a cc, Shortly after the| | Robert Seerod, historian a ommunis s in the previous week.
ye WwW ] 1 an cee Pernt The British | ;}bDlaywright, Mrs. Norma The “Daily Express” added that
© was then and now | Cousins, Editor of the Saturde Pl Ca ft re the floati rote was bigger than
splendic > | » & ‘ ? iy e ating vote was bigge 18
| Sane ees - ul yun | | Review of Literature, and well an /p u at any time since the Election
In * polabane et 4 te nm to bui eace, | | known writers, professors an * was announced,
; DrOE SS an re ) it\ > s | etipeg. " > . , ave: + , every -
olicy aan ee Oat ses justices. They urged the Presi . er tit Now eleven out of every ‘hun
}not to call that . ee | oe nae te a “more affirmativ dred interviewed said they me
la : ny “inpire by any | leadership toward halti , : not know how or if they woulc
D | other nam | Sead’ deepen canes coe BERLIN, Feb. 6. | ote ’ :
in PTE aé et i varfare and the arm : a ee .< | vote
UL ain y ; us readers that, i lrace”’ and to switch over from Usually reliable German sources Fifty-eight per cent of those
‘ main, lonial econo ™ ant . s : ie : statin ; .
endent eink oxy vie oo) }a “stop Russia” policy to one Peel ane eae PO gion interviewed expected a Labour
yer on agricultu and! ‘ cae: tte Ser it st se s y re wil) ireitaniaoek . sti
Meet Middle-East points to the moral of w reas | % | emphasising affirmative leader- Sines aks ee ing” West | Victory, regardless how they oted
inn LreaiiGee wey as é ie h West] 4 “ ship toward peace”. The letter} >'° i a x eee mane themselves compared with 6 in
Compe ans are now pAnfully aware bedihes gro Ot ae X ; a tae ‘ , sail 3erlin by October, when the East | 5; adie taicaiem
He instances hazards ‘of croy| an © Xen Me Make surc, whe» buying a puppy, that you ate buying the breed you weat. | tive" ease es a site’ be. German. elections are due, met maath apiitgtwmtetsr i, een
oe 7 < » reity " — ‘ " . be 8 vort ¢ "es - ; ’ las
LONDON, Feb. 1. disease and falling price and con-| The cute and pretty pup of your choice may grow into something twiG@e as big as you wanted. In fore Con oon , 4 aoe = i the Unity Party Headquarters kd Call: F r
ig shortly to an-|tinues: “Precariousness of ec this case there is plenty of space for the dog’s f : ‘ Ag | woneress to pledge Amerfi-| porlin, to-day vden & 8 £O
qnew oil policy accord-}omy depending aly on| > le! tind oh the emote tikite ee en eT hve S's emt | rae oie ie pomettonag Ue Unie y Acoeding to.t) 18 .
. eee, am AGINg oO heavily or A ind out just how big the pretty: little puppy wi ey se | Nati t i. bine > According to these same sources
the Fortnightly Review} tropical agriculture in the com- | puppy will grow—before buy it. “an . oe Ss - limited form of the Committee decided that the Friendship
Renk of London and South | petitive field of world trade, and| | ; cs al all-out campaign to bring theh anu Edi ho would agait
lished in London. social and ecor ia batts | - Wes . sec ‘Ss aah Anthony Eden, who woulc age 7
Ponts feat that the GubieciuMA dhe the Leen ‘Poli ice / And Cohen EKsea s Second ore Seana ta Moatoeeeenn Reratie cukane be British. Foreign een ;
. C 1 a ; , Ce a as " m s the se Vv ‘ebru-
competition of Middle} against which I see the shiftin The Federation of American] ‘cach a high point on Whit-Sun- }*'“ aaa ed ee a.
which is likely to thrust|Scene of British policy and ad-| M | Cl: sh ; ° e Scientists, representing 1,500} day, May 28, when half a million a aay. tenet Seo tor tt ~~
wisn oil out. of some mar- pros oe - in the Colonies during | 4 tb ) as y ttempt rn is l e scientists, including many who} nembers of the Communist domi- v = . ‘Gee > Ae . " “ “whatever
fll make it necessary for|the past 30 years.” x > 8 : ‘J worked on the atomic bomb | oated Free German Youth are Sale litical cok or
to liberate its policy. “ He a al on to dispel the m In & Africa irged President Truman to re-]} scheduled to demonstrate through er = einnahens i ch. broad
=~ ; f < gn yeech ad-
wig include the granting| that Colonial life beset with} - Je L / > examine atomic energy policy—jf he city i ay 4% BC Sden sai
ions—prohibited physical dangers to the individual Radar-Protected House Bom bed ) With emphasis on politics. The hie fe the Pasade ; pee mae oes
sonoesst P He savs | | a ’ : rhe source ided t t Che threat he Hydrogen
last few years, _ He says that by the end of the} ‘BA Feb, 6 Federation's Council said in ‘ghar ed i Flas Ged that, by thi Bomb si et aired
hezuelan embassy in oc ain war the pioneering} Cne hundred. armed South LOS ANGELES. Feb. 6 tatement that the American Shall inesie heuat pe ih oe iaaae warnin a { ied that nothing
. , Nase oO Titish. Colonial rule f n Police wert uhed to the 7 ev oo . Ky 1 c p » she c : . » bee aisec rom le, es La aes
ese «A gy np Aes e ee oe rule Risicte lice wei os red to ei MICKEY COHEN, well-known Los Angeles gamble eee coe — —_ if the iio 30,000 strong, veady to enter |concerns Britain “more intimate-
nofficia) repor’ SS é le past.| Cato Manor area of Durban las sunita.’ went) als \ 1. st cue ac ‘ -_ an drogen ! w,.° a4 7. my the cae het nein”?
| Law and order had been nidat to “tae cbse ligt eg his wife, and maid, all escaped unhut to-day when a bomb) bombs, the Russians will buita | Vest Berlin to “protect the young ly ~e the preservi tion < t —
- | lished and tribal wars had | clash betwé ; Hedy OF wrecked his $100,000 radar-protected home. The bedroom | them also. “We must have no | archers if necessary uring the la ee a
. } or were ine we eget ] } ; are “f Ha cmett’ Ss c aa Sa ; 4 dined hs . oe re ioe | c : tion we were t 1any times tha
Ne ae i 7 Be 7 peaceful | Al tHoan Po ad crowd of} W here Cohen normally sleeps, was blown to pieces, | iMusions of security based on! West Allied officials in Berlin.Jonly the Left could get on with
Ree g lemtoya’ thesis. "f" wiseatd ie | Africans. Three African es \ ahe rt ae Sack el be- ae wei : a re |while publicly playing down “ir- | ‘the Left, and we were led to ex-
4 , i “ver! men were injured during the dis-} ry - ieved the blast which shatterea e statement declarec r ue) vesponsible rumours of a Com- | pect, as a result, closer and friend-
wh M4 sarried anything re” dangerous! tirhan / : * f : . . Whe . . PB . 5 ‘ } , asa rest a
4 ranco-Spain re mane veel? he aaa ’ Cater oe ‘Arab World Rejects egg over wide area just| ‘ ore ; reer of oe Fed- unist “Putseh” are known to be [lier relations with Soviet Russia
i € a Ssnolge ’ 1©@ adas, ato Manor vas one of the before dawn was the work of] eration and professor of phys'cs, udying the situation closel Re- Unt ) \ ‘ ot worked t
5 Referring to the growth of Co-| J * bc sie ; S g ation closely. Re nhappily i is not worked ou
. i ) O-| worst t 1 the three day .- » x . >angsters told reporters “as long as W®;spons > Western observers Sih ie
ba OURIT ES ASK lonial development, Sir John say bh r ‘ Je u ip ‘. ée = } € rusalem s Division a tk C 7 } | stick to atomic energy as an! it ees aa cee oe Pea toe }
that one of the’ mont Tmibbéxtant | a ots eer ur last year, | It was _the second attempt at) Sic! ’ er oo Lee improbable that the Socialist It is certain that there can be
MIAMI, Feb. ¢ farmers ins reconti verre Wha heen | oe ee, ose. Wheie lives, GENEVA, Feb, 6. Cohen’s life in less than a year | isolated issue, we are not goin*| Unity Party has yet made a set-|no true sense of confidence and
of the American Feder-| co-operation betwee hn Trade Uni.| 22a Well over 1,000, were injured.| Dr, Mohammed Fadhill Jamaili,| Last July 20, as he and threc to get anywhere. We must con-|tlement about the cut and dried |no lasting peace in the world until
our to-day demanded} ons aaa employer “But be che | —Reuter | iraqi delegate to the Trusteeship| companions were leaving fasn-| Sider atomie energy also as “| programme for the Whitsun de- |the nations respect amit observe
United States withhold | this warning. It Winks ties aad | Council, to-day declared that the} iomable Los Angeles’ restaurant,| M0/itical ene to be settled | monstration. standards of international conduct
Batic recognition of| day for the Colonies and workine | Arab world could not accept the|}they met a fusilade of shots between the United States and They believe that the decision Jone with another Eden con-
in people in them if Unions yielded! J / | proposals put forward by Roger} Cohen's lieutenant, Edward | Russia. Reut to whether the demonstrators | tinued
ative Council of the! to the temptation to be deflected atthe [ ust Pa | CHATSp et, Se Conpesie. President,| Cieagic) Herbert was, icilied oe Oded eae So inareaate . >,
Mid astatement that re-| fr in triic *N J if ; for the division of Jerusalem into —Renter. saceful march through West 2
ee : 1a from their true purpose in_ the 1 ddan A Renter erin or whether the ld t 2
- nited States} industrial phere. .to..cancentrate. | Pd j EBS Zones, ° = y would try a8
ying directly into} instead on political activity and é reentina + Drv Samatth was~addressing they)” saci italian... . (2, capture” the city by force, “It is not the fault of its ma-
Russian propagand-| agitation o | Council at the beginning of its é prea not’ Be settled until May} chinery nor of the greater ee
4 ae 33 | firs i i 3s > 1e decision would rest 1 its members thai the United Na-
/ In: conclusion Sir John refer: — ma first meeting to discuss. the M-A d M N t 2 : st upon de- | its
Weil asked President| claims which have been voice fs ( | “working paper” for an interna- I a 0 Leave Naples elopments in Germany and the |tions has run into such difficul-
State Department and! for political experimentation on| ' tional regime for Jerusalem. ° | Key Ss lil ee in the next three | ties. No international rags game
. Policy, Committees of| 20th century Western lines} WASHINGTON, Feb. 6. | Jamaili said: “If this Council | ontinue “or omau and es however good it may be, can
om stand “loyally and! (*which is upiposed to be The Court of. Cl ims. niled tc _| accepts the new plan suggested | —Renter,| Work smoothly and effectively un-
Bue present disapprov-} miraculous cure for all ia 1a | ‘ee TT es ea '0~! by the President, not only will NAPLES, Monday less the owners are willing to
PI miraculous cure for all social an that the United States must} ; ; 7 - Feb. 6 ns +4 .”
of the United States] economic ills.’”’), | pay the Corporation Argentina De } it be departing from its basic| ; ROME, Feb » ‘wo Italian troopships’ with join in an effort to make it work
towards Spain. F ull He say ome of this agitation Prohuc tores De Cc ines $557 761) | duty and function but it will also | one eS ae TOR AINE, GRRwes sar SOeatnee ih oo Uniti on neh the Bite
Fecognition of Spain| is illfounded and nspired 1 ‘ ; s seh be endangering peace in the Mid; | ‘‘™erlean Ald ission to Italy | jeft Naples today for Augusta r : three “Unities” on which the Brit-
S Lite 1e% inspired » 000 tor meat § “dt gp ein e G>\° 7 J 5 | 2c - .
Widespread moral im-| motives of general pati Mibitmnctana . inden ‘and — tol dle East for a very long time to| ‘old Reuter to-day that he thought} on the first lap of their voyage ruman ries toHalt ish Governm«e nder the Con-
iM be seized upon by! is not, however, to be i 1949 n ; nee ‘| come ‘ ‘quite doubtful” that Marshal | te Africa The two ships wil! C l S ik . servatives would base their for-
E> fatin America and| He says “The famil rowing] Thi about ~$150,000 more} “Any sort of partition. division] Aid would continue after 1952. | jeave Augusta for Somaliland as| “O@l & trike Spread pee OS 5 See, Soe
in the world as an en-| 1 p before our eyes,” than the United States first offered} °¢ Sub-division of Jerusalem is Zellerbach, who has just Te-| soon as the final vote in the Sen- ‘ be Unity with the Commonwealth,
mement, it added.—Reuter. | (Sy Cable).| de. Arm: butétar less. than: ths | very dangerous. The very con- turned to Italy after consultations} ate approves Italian occupation Rr _ WASHINGTON, Feb. 6, unity with Western Europe, and
ne | 3.765 the firm eventually| cePt is potent with dynamite.|‘" Washington, said he hac | by the United States Trusteeship | . 4 resident ‘Truman to-day took| unity “across the Atlantic
" , F after vears of litigation, | What ‘vill be the consequence | encountered “a serious lack of} in Somaliland. aie try to halt spreading ae tat S ars obra
juering”” B | Continuous Rains |*rday's ruling is final unless} 2°¢__how, much bloodshed and] knowledge about the European) On arrival is Somaliland the | {ion Under wae aces ek Produc | ning against the grain of British
ering allet. either the United States Govern-| %trife will come about if Jerusa- | Pellet Programme,” troops about 1,000 strong—will | bar § ye er, way again. As thous- i 4 ae. On d pei ffa a he
| IN ANTIGUA |ment o: the Argentine Corpora-| lem is cut to pieces?” Zellerbach warned that sound| disembark at Merka and Kis- lit 7 Fo ay 0 joined the strike | ‘ Sta as thi faites eae
N, America Hor: anuanis “within.00 dave —Reuter | opportunities would have to be; hamio, South of Mogadishu to — an ¢ Tort to secure complete asserted that the danger of unem-
m The first F Poth the United States and the] | offered if Italy and other European} take over from Britisn forces. !* OPPage, President ‘Truman _in- ployment had not yet arisen, but
10 The first of February opene vot the Ut 1. es and | | countries wished to attract! political quarters here believe; voked Taft-Hartley Law, ordering | Would arise unless Britain is able
ongtd Feb. 6. with consideral eAaVI 1owet entine rm were in virtual) | Améiieadi private: cepital arian quarters: a? * - the miners to return to work for|to free her industries. for more
urs Wells Ballet Com-/ of 1 all over A 1 te| agreement about the cost of the ° ° ye sam 7 sa lh 0 nae | the departure point for aly S| 39 d ; aTVve: tit or lain
oe “conquered” ‘Gaal f eigh | oie = been, lamb and mutton involved in the! Nalian Police Kk ind : “After all, Italy and other | return to Africa was moved from et olievad oe — ‘ia Gales snes india ae bel ieee
males last year is to cross| continuou daily. The( transaction but the Company European countries must have| Naples to Augusta for fear of| 15 gays’ supply, dn. encores Marshall Ad. : wmelemien
es oce more at the| wainfall of 1950 averages| SOught to recover expenses WarMunitionT raffic | 4 era capital and it will come! Socialist protest demonstrations , :
i of September, 4.58 which i 1 xcess of ine| curred in preparing the shipment ly when investment abroac \ —Reuter
ang this ‘to-day a past thre yea Young aarias and numerous other costs ROME, Feb. 6. |#Ppears more attractive § than)
spokesman said the| throughout are m reason-| The Court held that the contract} Italian Police have discovered | 1 eer *stment at home. ~ mauler |
many would make a 1()| able progres oer lt of these yaid not call for the inclusion of “colossal traffic’ of war muni- $29 ~ ° ‘
coast to coast! « ert Fay Sion OF the’ d nele’ the those items.—Reuter. | tions between Sicily and Pales-! Lenin S Works Paints by Lewis
North Americ arly shower n th i i tine, the Italian Left Wing news- P
4 rican | country is looking green and due; daub “6 ee a 7 ope ius ‘o . .
oS io frequent overeat Weather the | Paper, “Il Paese” alleged to-day. | Being Revised Berger & Sons, Ltd.
_ Ope to gi i| inds 1 asks al a | yaper said a oma n i
m allie 2| winds have not had that drying| ingrid Bergman lengaged in the dismantling of | ess ‘Tom | BERLIN, Feb. 6 of London
tO Teturning to Britain | ; at Remee Sam “Cene- is ae the | > weapons had been reconditioning Linheit, monthly organ of the} 7
}) pasturag } » duri th | ‘ - , . -
1951, he said. Reuter, | ee es int ba oe 7 W ants No k ublicity sa ane singing ane from | VATICAN City, Feb. 6 Communist-dominated Socialis
r yea NleSSana, Sicily, to aifa, | , r arty 2 ac rarne
HOME, Feb. 6 | oy . o a |. Pope Pius XII will attend a] (my Pare ents that. the | HMMM A
Italian. Film Direetor Roberto The traffic was first discovered,| Solemn Requiem Mass in the; German Communists f oat unit Tn
ite all 7 pist Ob rect | Rossellir i said to-night that In- the paper reported, when police | Sistine Chapel] next Friday on} German edition of the copected |
J, Ss ] | id B re ef rae y old baby searching for bandit arms caches| the 11th anniversary of the death| works of Lenin is full of ‘Trot-
| Brid 3ergman’s four-day o pone in Northern Sicily found “giant | pf his predecessor Pope Pius X. kyist contraband,” Painti '
Adverti e nent es aah EO aE Be yp "a mee * arsenals” of mortars, bomb de- After this Mass, the Pope will “The German edition of the Before Painting or Dis-
“Ser | Bremped. or. yaptized at the pres- tonators and machine-gun bullets. pless the tomb of Pope Pius. in} “ lected, yest of 1vents eee tempering your plaster or
as . Subsequently the police arrested | the crypt of Saint Peters.—Reuter, | VoUMe 0 LONDON. Feb. 6. In a Press Conference, given On} » man ‘with considerable influ- “7 to say before the great trials ot | pape a — a anor ting
OMEN TYPISTS along Whitehall oe lon’ Goverhs | his behalf U any Sere a et ence in Government circles in the he Trotskyist and aan asbestos ‘ eelotex etc.,
€ £ onc Su e - ; rie Ip Fe » »]- ” Stet? ae “ ¢ . ng
mee, Su ' | ist friend go Zatterin, Rosse vapital.”"—Reuter, bandits”, the paper said. t is use a coat of .
tre, are brooding to- day about an advertisement | lini said the child would be reg- eer | Football Cc a on well-known Fy the . Trotskyist | .
rey claim, insults the ir appearance jistered probably on Saturday— << poe auses raitors had managed to establish
7 | but if the divoree for Miss Berg- , themselves in the Marx Engels
a The cause of their resentment| man came through from Mexic« L000 Stranded A Gun Battle | Genin Institute in Moscow.” }
Chiane is a picture of a bespectacled el- before Registration the procedure j “It is obvious that they did all |
Ss derly woman with grey hair and | might be different. O I . Shi | BARI, Feb, 6. they could to interpret Leninism
ek Ins ets \ tight-lipped smile which is being} Asked whether Rossellini. ad- n talian ip One person was killed | by smuggling in footnotes.”
pe 5 ised by the Labour Ministry in| mitted paternity of the child 3 . _ | about 50 injured, one of them} ““We must sharpen our vigilance |
. a hl an advertisement to recruit wo-| Zatterin said he had made nc bi GENOA, Feb. 6. seriously, in a gun-battle near | , mn the ideological front agains!
st Troops | mc n typists for the Civil Service | official statement but it was gen- Nearly 1,000 passengers, booke ad here to-day which followed ati} such Trotskyist contraband and |
FORMOS , | The Nati 1 Associat ¢| erally accepted that he was the| 0D the 8,500 ten ship San Gior-| unpopular football win. The bat-| even in the works of Lenin.”
A, Feb. 6 {| Phe National Association Of) rather Miss Bergman does not gio for South America, were} tie took place on the outskirts of} The © announced. that a new
hiang Ke Vomen Civil Servants has pro- | of de- | pape
led Nati Ml Shek to-| } ; d . tt ay anury, sexing (ar, 8 photographed for, /eft stranded on the eve of the de- | the village of Carovino when the} edition of Lenin's works was
este ) > “eas ; Se ‘ | ”
coat troop imei th ¥ oe bina od aa ve moral reasons just now,” Zatter-| parture tonight when the Italian people of that village ambushed| peing prepared, “which gives quite |
i ie ust gun pa d3 Spree yuestay n added. “She does not want Government requisitioned her a S| a visiting victorious football) 4 different, picture.”"—Reuter,
Sen Visit to e5 s kesman said that | 2ȴ publicity a troop ship. } team. The visiting team, from |
c past 2 om- 4 Tre - ul cone tes —Reuter She — be pressed ae ian| the neighbouring village of Grot-
i er husband's | @ objects in ae en vice to take part of the Italian! tatataglie he ~ate’ » Caro- X +
took her ex) With this picture was to make the, | Defence Fc * a 1 ao gee te a aarlie had beaten the Caro Nehru Condemns It will enstre a lovely
itory _— point that 1 Government wa r =e bree to Somaiiand as | vino team two to nil... The home smooth finish 1 limi
” it é 1 » r y ! L a> he ‘ 10k : t , -
Su Lien, th prepare i * take any typist up to JAP INDUSTRIAL | soon ‘ms Parliament approves} team said it was an “unfair de- ‘ tone wee ‘ = enmin
le garrison | } arec ake any \ * | their departure. cision.” The two buses taking th ropaganda ate na patchy uneven
> i » added that 4,000 applica- ee ; ‘ : : $ g the i ;
d cape het GO, He l be — nea. OUTPUT RISES | §hipping Line officials were} Grottataglie team and supporters | appearance,
thr ie tour of the aie le, Be si : TOKYO, Feb. 6. | tonight trying to find berths for) home, were stoned on the out- NEW DELHI, Feb. 6,
© memori of she _ n General Douglas MacArthur, | the passengers on other ships. skirts of Carovino by about 500 Pandit Nehru, Prime Minister
ma last October ee tt Allied Supreme Commander in | —Reuter. people —Reuter | of India, to-day condemned Pgis-
Commun _ ; rh Japan, announced to-day that | tan propaganda about Kas mur Look at the best jobs in
Ten Years lo panese industrial activity rose as “Scandalous in the extreme. the Island. They are
Decembe he 1932+-36 aver- Fj ho He told reporters “my patience is DUSSEAL JOBS
; ich gE rence ava or es getting a bit exhausted with, this | eee ag
. "0 se s R
; Hy dro-Ek etrie ity Tr tp cotton yarns,and c |campaign of calumny, often sup- |
bric m af fabrics, : |ported by the foreign |
IN ‘BG. nef s reached post Will Be Strengthened Sis «ih
ecol Reuter. India bad made it clear she eile inte teiedad. tooo
. Ae sian) lw ; a las “ Souta As t .
€ ( WN : WASHINGTON, Feb. 6. American aircraft-carrier, these! would lift the trade ban on Souta winttve folde: ; ly :
r France will receive five Ameri | officials said. Approval of the | Africa if the South Africar. Gov-| criptive lolde: or apply to:
FIVE DIE IN FIRE ean destroyer escorts under the | request has been delayed, how- ‘ernment suspended its action unl
mf * $1,000,000,000 ai rramme to ever, and will coeee on whether | Sarding Indians in South Africa
_ ; ; rearm Western Ff t was re- Congress decides to appropriate | ‘We are not going to budge an
. or ; ; ported to-dé funds for a second year of arms |!™ h,” he said i | GARDINER AUSTIN & CO. LTD.
mt : ‘ ) i ficial to-d id to. Eu Stating, that his every step over |
hic e ae hij oul e sent t The bu France's share Kashmir was “dead right’’ Nehru}
programme aid “I stake my reputation on 1°.” Bridgetown; _ Sole Agents
4 act in eduled e in equip On the Hydrogen bomb he said
‘ ! engthe er i yured weapons |“You cannot combine the two-—to |
1e foree ecessary to rebuild and modern-|use the Hydrogen bornt> and to! | /MMIMMNINMINNNNINNNNINNNNNINANNNI Nitin
€ Ty
R I ‘ . ernime ais € ! nd forces expect any decency afterwara
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tid not grrive in Barbados
terday afterncon as was expected.

Many-scurious visitors were at
the” alert yesterday afternoon,
hopigg {p catch a glimpse of this
fampus. Jamaican figure. One
gentleman in perticular, had a
camera hariging around his neck,
and he told Carib, “I'm going tc
take a picture of him and what's
moré—1 .want to ask him a few
questing myself,” and he wasn’t
a member of the press either.

" an» an
rprise Party

SUFPRISE PARTY was given

at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
FrankConner in honour of their
son Pat, who celebrated his 21st
Birthday on Saturday evening
There was the usual cake cutting,
speeches were made and there
was also dancing throughout the
evening. Among those present
were Miss Nancy Went, Mr. ‘Jolly’
Hill, Mr. Delbert Bannister, Miss
Cynthia Phillips, Mr. Ronnie Mc-
Kenzie, Miss Betty Archer, Mr
and Mrs. Edward Archer, Mr
Roddie Austin, Miss Nancy South-
well, Mr. C. Hinds, Miss Sheila
McKenzie, Miss Maggie Field, Miss
Molly Southwell, Miss Joy Con-
nor, Miss Kathleen Connor ana
any other:



ie <“w. A. BUSTAMANTE,
2

yves-

an «an

Accurate Pen Pictures






N official booklet on the West
A team which is to tour
En summer is to be

April by Playfair.
| The booklet, ap-

y 36 pages, will contain
pen-pictures of all the







st dndian players, and will also
ve Photographs of notable West
cricket grounds. The fore-
rd *i written by Sir
ri ner who went to
ados
axe, ae «»
First. English Recordings
NTER@STEDLY watching the
1 first Eftglish recording of Trin-



i Galypsoes this week was the
mous West Indian conductor Ru-
phDunbar. He listened intently
“the records were played back
‘ : beating out the












a een
e foot. He is off this
ck six-week Continental
ir dur which he will conduct
in half a dozen cities, His future
plans “are incertain
an «an»
History of The Bahamas
SERIES of articles on the
4 Constitu 1 History of the
B f which have been written
for the Nassau Tribune by Mr
Eugene Dupuch, B.A., L.L.B., are
n to be published book form
London by Bahamian born Mr
Jor Culmer
“an as»
Bargains ?
ESPITE Mr. Eddie Cook's
valiant effort to raise the
bidding with some well worded

sales talk the two dresses which
ere auctioned were sold for twen-
ty dollars each. Mrs. H. W. Pee-
bles and Mrs. Charlie Taylor were
the iyer Carib understands
the material for just one of

t over forty dol-
certainly made

hese dresses co
he buyer
good bargain
«nr «<»

On Extensive Tour
: AMES MURRAY, Direc-
and Murray
Structural Engineers, and
are touring the West In-

tor of Brownlie
ted

ie Venezuela and the U.S.A.
jusimess. They arrived hera
few Gays ago on the ‘Cottica’

left=yesterday by B.W.1A. for
1 cheng
= an “Dn

_ All Sizes

HH"? another tip for you
jadies. At the Mayfair Gift
shop watagting on Wednesday a
ecttr f ladies’ frocks will be
ale. Margaret Innes, the lady
got them down tells me
have just arrived from
nd and they are all the latest

and are in all sizes

» Da

they



BY THE WAY.....

= ay that necessity is the
mother of invention, which
oubtles ha induced certain
Indians to make whisky from
tree-bark and re oranges. If

necessity I would prefer a
daughter But
his taste

tien
repulsive
drinker to

till made
ery
label

Wine is from grapes,
to-day drinks
will probably
longer. Even
people who
Rose were

mut as eV body
grapes
De ised much
before the last war
abbljd about Vin
willing cochineal and other
colouring matter to the great
nusement of the go-aheads who
tored the stuff, and there used
story in Paris that Foyot
closed down because he saw an
American shovelling sugar into a

y tne

dor

to be a





THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE





Beauty Expert Arrives
oday
ISS ELAINE KINKEAD, a
beauty demonstrator on the
staff of Dorothy Grey Ltd., Lon-
don, is due to arrive to-morrow

from British Guiana. She is on a
tour of the Caribbean and will be
here for one week giving demon-
strations and advice. She will be
Staying at the Windsor Hotel.

an «an
The Fun Started

pe those who were up front,

the Mannequin Parade at the
Drill Hall on Saturday was de-
finitely a fine show. About eleven
p.m. the word got around that the
Cabaret was about to begin, and
everyone surged forward in front
of the stage.

This had the M.C. very wor-
ried. “I suggest you go outside
and bring in some chairs” he said,
“as the show will last for over
an hour and a half!” Then the
fun started. For six hundred odd
people to go through the sole exit,
a doorway about four feet in
width onto the grounds and re-
turn laden with chairs, was just
impossible

Some said the Cabaret should
have been the first item on the
programme and the dancing could
then have followed it. However
it must be taken to account that
in a building like the Drill Hall,



which has no graded floor, or wide
entrances, the producers did the
best they could, and those who

could not see properly, may have
the chance of seeing a repeat of
it should it be staged at the Globe
Theatre

an «a»

Musical Evening

HERE was a musical evening

at Government House, An-
“gua, last Thursday evening
featuring Mrs, Dennis Degazon.
She is the former Miss Dorothy
Blanchette of a very well known
musical family in St. Kitts. About
five years ago Dorothy was award-
ed a British Council Scholarship
and she went to England where
she made a study in pianoforte.
Antiguans were privileged to hear
her excellent playing of pieces
from Bach, Beethoven, Schumann,
Brahms, Chopin and others. She
executed all her pieces from mem-
ory and her performance was well
up to concert standard. We hope
that some day in the future Mrs.
Degazon will give us a recital as
she has already done in Jamaica.
Mrs, Degazon returned to Jamaica
over the week-end. Her husband,
Dr. D. W. A. Degazon is an eye
specialist in that colony.

There were several items on the
programme by local artists and the
proceeds of the evening are to be
given to the St. John’s Creche

“an an»

The Navy’s Here
HE H.M.S. DEVONSHIRE is
due here today with another
crowd of English Cadets. Have
heard our Bobby Soxers talking
about nothing else for the past few

Caub Calling

'

'

Who Was She?
LMOST hidden by a screen)
A was the lady who modelied |
the stockings at the Cabaret show. |
All that could be seen was a pair
of very shapely legs. Who was

e?

oor the sport loving and aqua
minded of us who were there on
Saturday evening, the Sports sec-
tion of the Parade and the Beach
wear section were of particular

interest.

Miss Brenda Gilkes’ dress was
of an unusual design, and the ma-
terial, crease resisting, makes it
handy for travelling. Miss Doreen
Roberts looked equally attractive
in a white shark skin sports wear
that can be worn with or without
a bolero. A cheerful saxe blue
scarf added an attractive note to
the outfit.

Miss Grace Bishop wore a grey
shark skin slack suit with a red
shirt, and a scarf and dark glasses
as accessories, while Miss Muriel
Ashby modelled a red strapless
bathing suit, with a hood capé
and other swimming apparel.

an «
Interesting and Enjoyable
ISS CECILE MUSSON, Ber-
muda journalist, returned
home on Sunday morning by
Trans-Canada Airlines after a
six months’ holiday visit to Bar-
bados and Trinidad.

Miss Musson told Carib that she
had a most interesting and en-
joyable stay in the two colonies
and asked to say “au revoir” to
all those who contributed towards
making her holiday so pleasant.
She hopes to return to the island
soon again.

During her stay Miss Musson
collected valuable material for a
series of articles. The articles will
be written on such varied subjects
as the proposed Federation of the
B.W.1., the colony's’ educational
systern and the history of the Jews
in Barbados. Her own family
originally went from Barbados te
Bermuda.

Miss Musson also wished to
say “thanks” to officials of both
the Public Library and the
Museum and Historical Society
for their kind assistance. A poet
of some talent, she published a
small volume of poems during the
war in aid of the Bermuda War
Effort. A copy of the publication
which is called “Zephyrs” will be
available at the public library
shortly.

During her stay in Barbados,
Miss Musson was staying at “In-
dramer” guest house, Worthing.

«<» <»

For A Few Weeks

RS. LOUIS DE GAZON is a‘

present in the island. She
arrived by B.W.I1.A, on Thursday
Mrs. De Gazon is the mother of
Hon. Fred De Gazon, Assistant

Administrator of St. Lucia and
Dr, De Gazon. She is here for
medical treatment and will be
returning in a few weeks.
«an» «»
Transferred

R. EDGAR SERRIDGE, Har-

- bour Master at St. Kitts has

been transferred to Antigua. He

was expected in St. John’s on

Sunday and his new appoint-

ment is Administration Secretary
«<» «<»

Comings and Goings
R. R. FP. STOKES, Director
of Stokes & Bynoe Ltd., re-
turned from Trinidad by B.W.1.A
on Monday.

Mr, and Mrs. Harold Bowen and
two children left for Grenada by
B.W.LA. on Monday for a holi-
day. Mr. Bowen is Manager of
Messrs. Y. De Lima and Co., Bar-
bados Branch,

Mr. D. A. Cheney, Assistant
Canadian Trade Commissioner,
stationed in Trinidad arrived on
Sunday by B.W.1LA.

Mr. Pat Wallbridge, Sales Man-

ager of Singer Sewing Machine |
Co., returned from St. Lucia on|

Sunday by B.W.1LA.



days, and as a matter of fact, not Among the passengers leaving
only the Bobby Soxers! on Saturday evening by the ‘Lady
So you boys had better watch Nelson’ was Miss Cynthia Hackett
your ‘gal’ friends, and girls, see of New York. She has just spent
thgt your boy friends aren’t three months’ holiday with her
watching you! family here
By Beachcomber
glass of Cheval Blanc which was so alarmed that she trod on
was, said he, too bitter. In fair- the cat. Later, she (continued at
ness let me add that the same the foot of next column) Later,
story was told of Prunier in the she (continued at foot of next
Rue Duphot, of Rigollet (opposite column). Later, she (continued
Fouquet), oi the Grend Vatel, at foot of next column). Later,
and of the Becasse she, as above.
My Mistake Dr, Rhubarb’s Corner
WO pairs of watchful eyes rs. B. writes: My nerves have.

have pointed out that, in the
hexameter about Homer which I
quoted the other day, I trans-
posed Rhodos and Chios, I don’t
know who wrote the lines, but I
am satisfied that my correspond-
ents are right

Wie For Bald Dog
HEN Mrs. Boddis, of 9,

Nelson-crescent, opened her
hen-house yesterday a glazier in
fur breeches whistled at her. She

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paper-knife and opens his tettcrs
with the porridge spoon. 1 told
him I would have to leave him if
this went on. He said he only
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Women’s

Trinidad Calypsoes
Recorded in London

(From Ovr London Correspondent)

LONDON, Feb. :
“Mever me again. to travel by ic

Undérground trein,
I took a tin t© Lancaster Gate
And the trouble that I met I am going

to relate,

Well friends, I had to call to a police-
man,

When I lost my way i the tube
station.”

This Calypso verse may not be
well known at the moment but ‘*
is a safe bet that within six weeks
it will be as popular in England
as any of the present day song
successes. it was written by Lord
Kitchener from Trinidad and is
one of the first four Calypsoes
ever to be recorded in England. ~

On Monday afternoon I went te
the Parlaphone studios in St.
John’s Wood, London where the
recordings were being made. Both
Kitch and Lord Beginncr were
there as Cyril Blake and his Ca-
lypso Serenaders, who were to
provide the accompaniment.

In the recording studio two
microphones had been placed in
readiness and as the preliminary
buzzer sounded to indicate that
recording would shortly commence
a hush fell over the audience.

A red light flashed on to show
that the recording unit had started
and up to the microphone stepped
Lord Beginner to commence the
first ever recording of calypso in
this country.

His first song “Dollar and
Pound” was written about a week
ago. “I was told that I was wanted
for a recording,” he told me “and
so I decided to make up a new
calypso. It was not difficult. It only
took me a day to complete the
tune and the lyrics.”

Dollar and Pound deals with
the effect of devaluation as seen
by a West Indian. Not unnaturally,
the name of Chancellor Cripps is
invoked.

After the recording had been
completed, the record was played
back to the audience and amused
chuckles testified to the success of
Lord Beginner’s song writing. The
other side of the _ record
“Matrimony.”

1S

Once again the warning buzzers
sounded and as the red light re-
appeared on the studio wall, Lord
Kitchener, to the accompaniment
of much arm waving and body
swaying, told of his adventures on
the Underground. Apparently he
kept his eye ona pretty girl
instead %f ‘ooking at the names of

the stations and as a result he got find 1

carried way past his destination
and eventually had to enlist the
aelp of a policeman to get back
to the right station. This calypso
is called “Underggound Train”
and is backed by “Nora.”

Both these recordings are likely
to be available in England about
the end of February and they will
probably be on sale in the West
Indies some six or eight weeks
later.

~~




Miss Anthea Richardson. 20. of
Long Island, New York, wore jet
earrings, necklace to match Red-
haired Miss Pat Notice, 21. had a

Del Monte clasp to her throat.
They were at the annual ball of
London House Hall of Residents
Guilfort Street



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7c. per Ib.

MEAT (Fresh)
Beef—36c. per lb.
Mutton—40c. per lb.
Veal—40c. per lb.
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LONDON, (By Mail)



British fashions are dc-
r g models with more curves
pl ly plump” wiil
Already plumper mannequins

from Northern England are re-
placing the taller, willowy London
models.

Miss Nellwyn Hawkridge, mem-
ber of a prominent Northern
mannequin agency pointed out.

“Average measurements in Lon-
don are: hips 36 ins., bust 32—34
ins.

“North country models average
hips 38-39 ins. and bust 36 ins.”

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and followed me here. Thank
goodness that horrid man didn’: see
him. Hi, Beppo, come inside!”
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Hard Unlovely
Faces

LONDON, (By Mail)
Women are imitating men in a
“disastrous to themselves,

ee ”
society, and the Kingdom of God,
according to the Rev. Alec
Miller Stephens, bachelor vicar

of Birtley, Durham country.
Rev. Stephens told his 12,000
parishioners in a parish letter

that women “pass us in the streets | ¥
with their hard, unlovely faces,|%

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7 1 and @ sapper in the water. (4)
9. Stl in one werd. ‘5
L Pepiaeto hoping
(6)
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is absorbed. (5)
Trick that is sure (4)
14 Brietiy just tweive
. Part of footwear
Kind of board
raw. (7)
19. The age of neon lighting. (3)
Sounds as though the river man
uses his head (5)
Metamorphosis of
Park. (6)
Monumental. (9)

Down

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3. Name of a Dickens character. (8
4 Harden. (5)
5. This may be the consequence

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They Grumble

And Grouse
RUT VOTE LABOUR

pAVID TEMPLE ROBERTS

’ LONDON, (By Mail).
litical leaders—even ._Mr. Churchill—and
ts by the parties, are still so cautious that
ents muster makes a greater noise than

FEBRUARY 7, 1950





By

wes by PO
a statemen







ica n ;
igicule er ents themselves. For ridicule is cheap,
p pronoun and makes no awkward promises to the elec-

would hardly have known that Mr. J. B

'g yadio broadcast was so important until the Con-

les § had turned on all its biggest guns to de-

i eee
ae PriestleY.

novelist

atime ey spoke in

p, So you

of their number in the House of
Commons after the election—after
neglecting to seek popularity.


































































vein, address-
middle class

er the lass .
ang inem that he 'â„¢- What Shall I Say?
f same grievances,
and grouses that “= Candidates are busy writing
nevertheless that he their “Election Addresses”. These

" yote Labour. On
q all the fury of de-
a rvatives er
that one wea

! Soe ast eager to
4 keep in its disgrun-
vine professional middle
" this week, writes a
1, He condemns

are probably a feature unique to
British political life. They are
also a considerable personal strain
to many a candidate not used to
putting his ideas on paper. The
Election Address is the means by
which each candidate presents
his personal point of view. It is
printed and addressed—by a team

eo deal of hard-working supporters — to
nt—it Te tust trying ach one of the electorate. The
ie and cautious Political parties, by tradition,

allow the candidates a wide free-
dom. Each candidate has to, more
or less, keep within the frame-
work of his party’s policy, but he
can emphasise what he pleases,
he can talk about his own preju-
dices, and he can add almost any-
thing he likes to the Party pro-
gramme. These little personal
essays about themselves are in-
deed a most revealing test of the
character of a politician. Vanity
shows itself; ‘the timidity of a
member who copies phrases from
an official programme is noted;
the man with confused arguments
betrays his confusion on paper.
If all candidates were chosen en-
tirely by their election addresses
Parliament would probably be
less full of self-opinionated, am-
bitious men. But of course it is
not so. The Election Address
plays its part—but a ready plat-
form speaker can undo the bad
impression in his Address with a
few bright words. And often it
is the party that is elected, and
not the candidate—for indeed the
history of British politics shows
some remarkably incapable can-
didates elected on the occasions
of a party landslide when almost
anyone standing with the right
label would get the votes. But
at this @lection the result is like-
ly to be closer and so the quality ;
of the House of Commons, judged
ona_ basis of personal ability, }
should be higher. That is very

Mey are stitring up the
| Of course, in an elec-
who agree with you are
pave the interests of the

and those who
! they are at least self-
haps worse.

way, one would
the news receiving
«ein Conservative news-
the German food ra-
mded, was such a
ow for Labour until
he “Daily Herald”. On
day that the “Daily Ex-
‘splayed prominently .

rs opinion o
ee enent Phat he
bin unrationed Germany,
iy Herald”, with equal
we, quoted a German
mist denouncing his
nt’s policy of abandon-
tationing—what Labour
shares”, which Con-
call “equal misery”.

"i Og To All

ative party, having
compete with the La~-
on its own ground,
offer a bigger and bet-
iservice state” in its
d programme, The
have something to
, to almost as many
posible. Taken in
eit appearance, Conser-
benefits to the

to



women civil servants, theoretical. We hope so.
is owners, lorry own- al
wr companies, cotton Independence Or
& unions, the white he
rket gardeners, ¥
‘ small holders, those Anti Everyone
De the Seots ne One newspaper still remains
- ’

neutral. The “Manchester Guard-
ian” has denounced for their
faults the political programmes of
Communists, Liberals, Socialists
and Conservatives. It is hoped
that before the election this news-
paper will make up its mind and

| Also in the Conser-
mme is a suggestion
will make economies of
twentieth and a tenth
ipenditure. In figures
h £165 and £330,-
mh this sum the Con-

ly ptoposes both to ‘hen, probably, it will have a
fon by stabilising SYeat influence—far greater in
also to distribute Votes than its circulation.

us benefits to innum-
The “Mancheste1
‘was the first paper to
ai the expense of this
[policy of promises—in-
iid be a miracle, this
bly the Conservative
learned from the way
Ipaigned before it had
bilities of office. Then
would promise quarts
pots. Now they are
fo greater caution.

Popularity



Worrell
Hits 66
Vs Bombay
MATCH DRAWN

A Bombay XI saved théir three
aays match against the Common-























they intend to go to
with more than 400
4 publication spoke
M four hundred”, al-

Bombay scored 388 and then the
Commonwealth hit 163 for the
loss of 6 wickets in their second
innings before stumps were drawn.

at each of these The Bombay team, who had
. been told to go ilied so well yesterday, after
eépeak only the truth, losing three wickets for 8 runs,

ain the hard facts, not
mularity by easy prom-
"6 UNpopularity seems
Course for a political
the Last Trump, But
ston = Churchill’s

to reach 259 for 5 before the close
of the second day’s play, went
near to reaching the Common-
wealth total today. ,
The good work started by Umri-
temark gar and Merchant with their fourth
ite. 2 letter to wicket stand of 225 yesterday, was
fo the Liberal carried on by V. L. Manjrekar (63)
hee»? tee “six or and M. M. Dalvi (51) but they
=, Whom Mr. failed by 22 runs to gain a first
din the next House innings Jead.
F Sded Putting the Lambert took 4 Bombay wickets
Meralism too low. for 35 and when the Common-
most hopeful
rd to see how
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ours of the
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the

wealth batted again Frank Wor-| Prosecutors
rell hit 66 of the 163 runs scored.| Brancker appeared for Cordew.

r the New Year! iii.

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Leaking
Schooner
Arrives

With the bottom partly cement-
ed, temporarily stopping a leak
developed at sea some time ago,
the 72-ton auxiliary schooner
“Emeline” sailed into Carlisle
Bay yesterday.

The “Emeline” was caught in
bad weather while on its way
here from British Guiana with
cargo. The mainsail and foresail
were blown away, a leak devel-
oped and there was no fuel
in the tank when about 83 miles
from Barbados. Unable to make
Barbados, Captain Clarke sailed
the vessel into shelter at Vieux
Fort, St. Lucia.

Shortly after its arrival here
the “Emeline” got a berth along-
side the dry dock where it is
expected to go as soon as possi-
ble. The better part of its cargo
was brought here by motor ves-
sels “T, B. Radar” and “Daer-
wood”. Now on board are 70
wallaba poles and 66 tons of
firewood which are to be dis-

charged before it is docked.

At St. Lucia
The mate o1 the vessel told the
yesterday that they

day, January 7, and met the
weather on the following Monday.
The weather lasted until they got
to Vieux Fort.

When anchor was dropped at
rockets were fired
from it to give warning that a
vessel had ariiived in difficulty
but no answer came back, The
skipper went ashore to get a
third pump and a tug to tow him
in but nothing could be done ow-
ing to a strong breeze which was
blowing. Men from Vieux Fort
were called to aid the “Emeline’s”
crew in pumping.

The “Emeline” was towed froin
Vieux Fort to Castries by the
“T, B. Radar.” There it was eased
of a great deal of its cargo. The
leak was discovered to be under-
neath the foremast.

After the leak was temporarily
stopped with the cement, the
“Emeline” started for Barbados,
relying chiefly on the engine as
the sails were stranded. It left
Castries on Sunday morning
about 8 o’clock and arrived yes-

terday about 6.30 a.m,

ae behaving in a , 1 : : r One of the crew remarking on
5 . Wealth side here today when a :
manner. Their Meats haat ™ Panty to the| the weather said “It was the worst
mbly has been a little Commonwealth team’s declared weather I have experienced in
them. Still the party first innings total of 403 for 9,| ¥&as.





To Pay 10/-

A decision was yesterday con-

firmed against Wilfred Cordew ot

Hindsbury Road by Their Hon-
Assistant Court of

H. A. Vaughn,

Cordew had been fined 10/-

and 3/- costs by His Worship Mr.
C. W. Rudder of Boarded Hall,
for having misconducted himself
on Seawell Airport on August 11,

1949.
Mr. W. W. Reece, represented
Executive Committee, the
and Mr. J. E. T.
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Their Honours ot tne Assistant
Court of Appeal, Mr. G. L. Tay-
lor and Mr. H, A. Vaughn wester-

day upheld a decision of His
Worship Mr. C, W. Rudder. Mr.
Rudder had dismissed a _ case

against Frank Fybrace of Upper
Collymore Rock in which he had
been charged with having mis-
conducted hirnself while at Sea-
well Airport on February 17, 1949.

Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C., ap-
peared on behalf of the Execu-
tive Committee, prosecutors,
while Mr. J. E. T. Brancker rep-
resented Fybrace,



According to the evidence,
Fybrace was going towards the
Terminal building of the Air-

port when Cpl. Norris told him
he could not enter,

Norris told the court that when
he attempted to bar off Fybrace,
he drew a white handled knife.

Fybrace said that he had no
knife on him that day. He usu-
ally carried his switch key with
him. The key had a small white
ornament on top. He might have
taken it out of his pocket on the
occasion of which Norris spoke.

_

Beater Fined

A decision for a tine of £2 and
3/- costs which was imposed on
Tyra White of Licorish Village,
My Lords Hill, by His Worship
Mr. H. A. Talma, Police Magis-
trate of District “A”, was yes-
terday confirmed by Their Hon-
ours of the Assistant Court of
Appeal, Mr. G. L. Taylor and
H, A. Vaughn.

White was charged with having
inflicted bodily harm on Marguer-
ita Springer of the same district
on October 31. 7

The evidence was that the
beating came about when Spring-
er’s daughter chased White’s tur-
key from picking at her mother’s
chickens. White struck the girl
and after a further dispute, beat
Springer who had to be treated
at the General Hospital.



Rif le Shooting

Roberts Top Scores |
In Shoot

Except for one sharp shower of
rain conditions were good on
Saturday when the B.R.A. held a
practice shoot at 200 yards and
500 yards, |

Tall scoring was the order of
the day and Roberts with 95 out}
of 100 led the way. There were |
four scores of 94. Two young
shots put up good scores—L. E. R. |
Parry with 94 and G. F. Pilgrim |
91

The following were the eight |
best:— ‘ |
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1. Mr, T. A. L. Roberts.... 95
2. Lt.-Col. J. Connell...... 94
3. Capt. C. R. E. Warner.. 94
4. Lt. C. E. Neblett........ 94
5. Mr. L. E. R. Parry...... 94
6. Major J. E. Griffith..... 93
7. Mr. G. Fy Pilgrim....... 91
8. R.S.M. H. B. Marshall... 90











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(From Our London Correspondent)

LONDON, (By Mail).

Smallest of the 42 Colonial
Annual Reports issued by the
Colonial Office, the 1948 review of
Cayman Island affairs has just
been published in London.

The report states that although
there were no marked changes
during the year, either in social
or economic conditions, the pro-
gress made during last decade,
was maintained. |

Demand for localiy grown pro-
duce in Grand Cayman far ex-|
ceeded supply but in the Lesser
Islands, the position was far more
satisfactory and small quantities
of produce were exported to
Grand Cayman

The coconu: industry in the
Lesser Islands continued to be
developed rapidly and the report
expresses the hope that within
five or six years, three million
nuts will be available for export.

Unlike most other West Indian
territories; the Cayman Islands
have no major industry and much
of its prosperity is dependent
upon remittances made by male
members of the populations serv-
ing abroad as seamen.

Now, however, consideration is
being given to the development
of tourism a$ a major industry.
Although no plans materialised in
1948, the report states that there
is still great interest in the
scheme.

“Because of the improvement in
sea communication between the
islands of the dependency of
Jamaica and the United States of
America, the inauguration of an
air service between Jamaica and
Grand Cayman, and improved
hotel faeilities- at Georgetown,
Grand Cayman, it is hoped that
some definite action will be taken
it an early date to introduce
ourists to the unusual attraction
offered by the three islands which
comprise the Dependency?”

—LNS.

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Shipping
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LONDON, (By Mail)
Viscount Runciman of Doxford,
the Liberal statesman, left an es-
tate of $2,732,968—but the estate
has taken more than $2 million
in Geath duties.

Publication of Lord Runtiman’s
will shows that almost $5,600,000
has been paid in death and estate
duties by the famous shipping
family since the death of the first
Baron Runciman in 1937.

Their fortune has dwindled
from millions to thousands be-
cause of death duties which were
the subject of a vigorous attack
by the first baron in his will 13
years ago,

The will of Viscount Runciman,
who was the second baron, left
unsettled estate valued at $2,732,-
968. Duty to be paid is $2,148,068.

Viscount kKunciman’s father,
who ran away to sea at the age
ot 12 and became one of Britain’s
wealthiest shipowners, left
$6,688,760,

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ber at the age of 78, left $14,000
his wife. All the shares in
Walter Runciman and Co, Ltd.,
and other companies were left to
his son Walter. And, after other
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PAGE FOUR

Sst fone See

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





Tuesday,

a
as

February 7, 1950



Sugar

THE essential point in the West Indies
Sugar Conference which will be held in
Grenada at government level later this
month is that there should be unanimity
in the demands for greater consideration
for our sugar. There can be no backing
down from the demands made by the
Sugar Producers’ Delegation. in fact recent
events have emphasised the need for West
Indian emphasis. The inclusion of British
Honduras in the West Indies quota is yet
another nibble at West Indian sugar re-
striction.

And Great Britain while pretending to
recognise the urgency of the problem facing
the West Indies if she does not pay fair
and reasonable prices for sugar has com-
mitted herself by agreement to purchase
50,000 tons of sugar from Formosa. It is
not yet certain whether within the next
twelve months that island out in the Far
East will be Japanese, Chinese or Com-
munist. In any case it means that Great
Britain has limited West Indian production
by limiting the exportable quota inclusive
of British Honduras to 630,000 tons and then
agreed to buy sugar from a country not
only outside the sterling area, but who may
be a potential enemy or under enemy dom-
ination in the near future.

When Mr. Bustamante made his sugges-
tion-for a united West Indian front in this
matter, it was not anticipated that it would
be at government level. Now that it is so, it
is fortunate for the entire area. If it could
have been thought that the Sugar Produc-
ers’ Delegation represented only the inter-
ests of sugar producers, the same can
hardly be said of delegates selected by the
Governments of the various colonies.

Barbados will be represented by Hon.
D. G. Leacock, M.L.C., President of the
Legislative Council and the Senior mem-
ber of the Executive Council, Mr. G. H.
Adams, M.C.P., Leader of the Government
in the House of Assembly and President
General of the Barbados , Progressive
League and President of the Barbados
Labour Party. Their specialist adviser will
be Hon. Dr. Sir John Saint formerly
Director of Science and Agriculture and
also a member of the Executive Council.
This means that the Barbados delegation
will be in the happy position of presenting
the Government’s view, the Sugar Pro-
ducers’ view and the Labourer’s view.

But far above this parochial point of view
there is the fact that the West Indies will
be able to come together to express through
their respective governments a unanimous
view demanding consideration which it has
been widely recognised, is due to them. It
is unfortunate that these demands should
have to be made to the British Government
but it is necessary just the same. It should
not have been necessary were it not for
the inexplicable attitude of the British
Labour Government seemingly more con-
cerned with the fractional increase in the
cost of the breakfast table of the English
worker than with the very existence of
three million people in the British West
Indies.

It is not now necessary to enter into the
details of the matter these have been pub-
licised and appreciated even in London.
They tell a story of threatening disaster
for the entire West Indian sugar industry
and the possible rupture of those happy
relations which have always existed be-
tween the Mother Country and the col-
onies in this area.

The attitude of the people of British
Honduras might well be taken as an indi-
cation of what can happen: if the loyalty
and patriotism of peaceful people is strain-
ed too far. It must be taken by the British
Government rather than an
example,

if the claims of West Indian sugar are
not given the consideration which they now
deserve it is possible that similar feelings
might arise throughout the entire area.
It is the duty of the conference to arrive at
some unanimous decision and to tell it to
the Home Government.

as a lesson







MANY people who come to
Barbados from other countries re-
ceive an impression that electric-
ity is very expensive here. I do
not know if this impression is
justified by the facts though I am
naturally interested in the subject,
as are all users of electricity in
the island. It happens also that
during the 35 years i spent in
Canada, following my professioa
as a Mechanical and Electrical
Engineer, I had a lot of experi-
ence with electrical utilities oper-
ated by private enterprise and
public ownership.

I arrived in Canada in the year
1911, when the great public owner-
ship project known as the Hydro
Electric Power Commission of
Ontario was in its early stage, and.
just beginning to offer serious
competition to the private corpor-
ations that had previously had the
field to themselves. Power was
developed, at Niagara Falls and
other suitable places, and distri-
buted throughout the country for
hundreds of miles, for domestic
use, industrial power and running
tramway systems of both urban
and interurban type.

It was soon evident to a rew-
comer that the private enterpris-
ers had not regarded the buiiding
up of sound public relations as
being of prime importance, and
had in fact managed to create a
feeling of hostility toward them-
selves on the part of the general
public, based on the idea that the
rates were high, the service poor,
and the interests of consumers in
general sacrificed to those of the
shareholders. The H.E.P.C. began
selling power at rates very much
lower than those of the private
companies, and the manage of
the latter thought that within a
short time the former would either
go bankrupt or blow up in a cloud
of political scandal, or perhaps
both. As many domestic and in-
dustrial consumers began to trans-
fer to the publicly owned concern
however, the companies redu-cd
their rates to hold business against
competition, and for several years
there was what may be d@cribded










as a ding-dong battle, w the
demand for electricity increasing
rapidly at the new low rates
The rates actually paid for
power used in factories in cities

like Toronto dropped from 3 cents
per KWH to 1 cent, and the rate
for residences came down to about
® cents, end the amazing thing is
that the companies did not go
bankrupt, which seems clear proof
that they had formerly been mak-
ing very large profits, as well as
carrying things with a high hand
and antagonising many people.

As time went on and they saw
that the H.E.P.C. was not going
to blow up as they had hoped,
they sold out their properties to
it and abandoned the field, after
receiving a price that was fair to
the shareholders

It is usual for the rate charged
for domestic service to be higher
than that for industrial power
as it costs more to give electricity
to houses. Here in Barbados i find
that I am using about 100 KWH
per month in my home, at a cost
of $8, or 8 cents per unit, which
is four times what I paid in
Ontario, and 3 times what I paid
more recently in British Columbia,
to a private company. Some people
here pay a domestic lighting rate



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R.E. Smythies. MEIC

of 22 cents per KWH, which seems
quite high, especially by com-
parison with 2 ceffts in Ontario.
The rates there may be somewhat
higher now but not much I believe,
and making every allowance for
different local conditions, the dis-
crepancy seems startling.

In view of the recent break-
downs of machinery and resulting
shortage of electricity, it would
seem opportune to have the whole
situation thoroughly gone into,
with the idea of overhauling the
entire policy of the Company,
past, present and future, both
financial and technical. I believe
many engineers would seriously
question the wisdom of installing
Diesel engines instead of steam
turbines.

The Company might say that
Diesels are cheaper to operate,
but even if true this does not count
much against greater reliability of
turbines, and may not be true
when cost of repairs is correctly
calculated. The recent breakdowns
must be very costly indeed when
all the bills are in. Will it be the
policy to pass this cost on to the
consumers in higher rates over a
term of years? We are all much
interested in the answer to that
question, and one feels that it
should not be left to the Company
management to do just as they
please in the matter, regardless
of where responsibility rests.

It may be said that power from
hydro-electric plants is naturally
cheaper than from steam or diesel
engines, but this is not necessarily
the case. The capital cost of con-
structing hydro plants varies
widely with the individual site,
and a transmission line 50 miles
long costs less to construct and to
maintain than one, say, 300 miles
or more, so sweeping statements
on the subject are not warranted.
The Winnipeg Electric Co. com-
petes with a publicly-owned
concern with both of them selling
electricity at rates much lower
than those in Toronto, while con-
tinuing to pay dividends to stock-
holders.

In the course of my career I
have travelled about the world
extensively, and have found many
places where the electrical utili-
ties were charging very high rates,
taking advantage of having a
monopoly and of the fact that the
majority of people have no means
of knowing whether the rates are
fair or not. Personally, I believe
in private enterprise on general
principles and regret to see pri-
vately owned utilities passing the
ammunition to the Socialists by
failing to live up to their respon-
sibilities. There is no doubt that
this happened in Ontario and other
parts of Canada, and that it gave
rise to the overwhelming demand
for public ownership of utilities
that has had such far-reaching
results in the past 40 years in the
fields of electric power, transpor-
tation (both leeal and long dis-
tance), communications, etc. It
may not be generally realised that
the Trans-Canada Airline has
been owned by the Dominion Gov-
ernment from its inception.



There is no doubt that here in|
Barbados the demand for electri-
city will continue to increase, and
we are all much interested in the}
policy of the Company with refer- |
ence to future expansion of its



ence to future expeent experi-| (By JOHN LEE, LN.S.

ence will they buy more Diesel}
engines? As an Engineer I cannot)
help having grave doubts of the
wisdom of doing so, though |
recognise the merits of the diesel
in its proper place and for pur-
poses for which it is specially
suitable. I certainly have no axe
to grind in the matter, in any way,
my interest being solely that of a
user of electricity who feels
entitled to expect more reliable
service than we have had lately,
and perhaps somewhat lower rates
than exist at present.

Public statements made by the
Company management indicate
that the recent troubles are im-
puted to a combination of defect- }
ive equipment received from Eng-
land, with a phenomenal run of
bad luck in plant operation. I be-
lieve, however, that it would auto-
matically occur to any qualified
Engineer to question whether the |
Company has in the past made se-
rious errors of policy in the type
of equipment installed. :

Certainly it seems wrong im
these days that any public utility



at least to some extent under the
supervision of a Cen)
charged with the responsibility of

reasonable, and the policy of the |
Company such as to ensure good !

and reliable service so far aS | accura

humanly possible. Most com-
mercial concerns are subject to
the spur of keen competition,

and the
goodwill.
under a_ public
gives them a
shareholders

cultivation of public}
Concerns operating |

franchise that |
onopoly, and the
ater security of




Columnists



ADNOeATE The Cost Of Electricity Se a Hy ae

Staff Correspondent)

PARIS (By Maii).

The bulletin said

both capital and income, have a| among the 14 countries:

direct responsibility not to abuse
these privileges for the greater
profit of the shareholders. In
the nature of things there should
be some public authority to see
to it that privately owned utili-
ties live up to their responsibili-
ties. Surely it is high time that
this whole question be gone into
thoroughly in Barbados, with an
eye to the future development of
the community as well as our
present difficulties with electric
power, and the apparently high
rates charged therefor.

A thorough and impartial in-
vestigation might find the present
rates and policy of the Company
justified when all factors were
considered, and this in itself would
help to clear the air. Fair-mind-
ed people do not object to paying
fair rates for anything they want,
and one might expect that the
Company management would wel-
come such an investigation. It

grumbling and discontent among |

the users of electricity

is especially unfortunate that the |
shortage should be so serious |
during the height of the tourist |
season.

————

A Doubtful Joy |

A FEARFUL JOY
By Joyce Cary
(Michael Joseph 12/6)

THIS is very mediocre stuff,
and rather irritating. First of all,
Mr. Cary uses Dickensian names
for some of his characters, such
as Lord Ducat, Mr. Bonser and
Mr. Sturge, names that might
have passed in “Pickwick Papers”
but seem quite out of place in
what is otherwise a modern novel.

Again, he uses that aggravating
tense, the historic present. A
tense Damon Runyon used to
great advantage, but which seems
false and strange in “A Fearful
Joy.”

Although the first fifty pages u!
the book are perhaps the worst,
the book has at least some life at
that stage. After that the book
starts to get boring, and gets less
readable every page. It is in fact
an effort to continue reading, and
one starts to pray that the heroine
will die or that by some miracle
Mr, Cary will tire of his chronicle.
But no, the book goes on and ©
until at last the reader, having
paid full penance, stumbles to
the end of the marathon, tired and
unenlighted.

The plot is a fairly simple one
It is of a rather plain girl called,
of all things, Tabitha, who lives
peacefully in a dull suburb called



OUR READERS SAY:

By fan Gale

Frood Green until a bounder
named Bonser seduces her and
persuades her to elope with him.
Bonser breaks his promise to
marry her, and when Tabitha be-
comes pregnant he runs off with
another woman.

Luckily for the girl a rich and
sexy old man called Sturge de-
cides to take her as his mistress,
and after the baby is born he
and Tabitha live in a luxurious
flat in London. Old Sturge likes
to be regarded as connoisseur of
modern art, and Tabitha, who has
become rather “arty crafty” by
now, persuades him to finance a
literary magazine. His money
attracts a flock of artistic para-
sites, and since the aristocracy

come to Tabitha’s house to view
these curious creatures,
comes a well known hostess.

she be-
In



What’s on Today

Meeting, House of Assembly
at 12.00 noon,
Meeting, Legislative Council
at 2.00 p.m.
Mobile Cinema, St, Martin's,
St. Philip at 7.30 p.m.
|



fact she is so successful that when
Sturge dies a millionaire indus-
trialist called Gollan asks her to
marry him and run his new house
for him.

Tabitha’s son, John is sent to a
good public school and then on
to Oxford, and during the first
World War Gollan makes a great
deal of money. After the war|
the crash comes and when Gollan
dies Tabitha is left with a very |
small income.
a University professor,
marries a young woman who holds
all the ultra modern opinions of |
the time.
fuses to allow Tabitha to kiss her
baby, and out of this
family quarrel which makes |
Tabitha feel lonely and unwanted.

As luck would nave it, Bonser
appears at this’ juncture and|

This time he really marries ner,| Windrush” as it pulled out of Piraeus taking
home the last British troops from Greece, it
the hotel such a bad reputatiom| Was reported by Reuter from Athens yester-
lay. |

and hurries to invest her money |

in an hotel. He maneges to give
that it makes a lot of money, and
‘abitha is again well off. But |
this is not the end of the story, |

life history ot Tabitha’s grand- |
child ‘to be considered. However,
my time, though apparently not}

leave the intrepid reader to finish |
the marathon on his own.



—



in the | the figure is not negligible,
island, and a feeling that it) ever “give Communists the right to domin-|

These figures give a total of 5,443,500 Com-|
is certainly true as things stand|munist Party members inscribed in the 14|3
that there is a great deal of) .untries. The bulletin comments that while |
it does not how-!

“Danube Press” said

fen | activity or carry on propaganda.”

U. K. Troops Leave Greece

MORE than 700 men, women and children
sweeps Tabitha off her feet again.| crowded the decks of the troopship “Empire

The youngest passenger was a 46 day old
by any means. There is still the| boy, son of Corporal Peter Kenneth Atkins
and his 20 year old Greek wife Anastassia. |)
ime, though “Life wiJl be difficult for a while in Eng-|¥
Mr. Cary’s, is limited, ana I must| Jand, ‘but I hope I will like it,” said Anas-|}
tassia.





An estimate that the Cominform, in the)
event of war, could count on the aid of nearly
five and one-half million militant Communist |
“§fth column” adherents in 14 non-iron-cur- |
tain European countries has been circulated |
today in Paris.

The figures were given in an anti-Com-
munist weekly bulletin called “Danube
Press.” written by a group of refugee news-
| papermen and authors from the Danubian
countries, which specializes in information
from eastern Europe.

The bulletin pointed out the Cominform
attaches great importance to the Communist
parties in western European countries be-
cause of the “fifth column” role they would
play in the event of a military conflict.
“Tt is difficult to obtain an exact figure,”
the bulletin said, “because the Communist
keep it’ secret and, when they publish it, uf o y
should be operated without being ee tell to what uk 4 HOUR” FURNITURE LACQUER (eh
falsified or exaggerated.
“According to some official information
seeing that the rates charged aF€/ and to our own documentation, we have been
able to draw up statistics which, we hope, |
tely summarize the situation. It is un-
| derstood these figures are not those of Com-

munist voters, but of inscribed party mem- |
which is an incentive to efficiency | hers on whom the Cominform more or less|
can count.”

t has been:

inscribed Communis
party members are distributed as follows

Germany 390,000
Austria 175,000
Belgium 107,000
Denmark op 62,090
Spain (no figure; Communist

’ Party outlawed.)

Finland 28,000
France .. 1,500,000
Britain 45,000
Greece 400,000
Holland 55,000
Italy . 2,450,090
Luxembourg .. ; 7,500
Norway Bs we 60,000
Portugal (no figure; Communist

Party outlawed.)

Sweden 52,000
Switzerland 62,000

ate more than 220 millions of free men.”
| it eliminated the
| USSR and the so-called “popular democra- |
|cies” from the foregoing list because their |
figures, “even official, do not represent the
true Communist forces.”
It added that citizens of these countries are |
obliged to become party members in order
to obtain work and “not die of hunger”. But
‘from an ideological point of view, the bul-
letin remarked, such persons have no value|
| to the Cominform,
“Aside from these regularly inscribed party |
| members,’* Danube Press added, “it is neces-
sary also to include a part of the membership |
of the World Federation of Trade Unions, |
which obeys the Communist line, the Feder-
Her son becomes} ation of Youth, the World Federation
and! Women and the W

Trafalgar Square Must,Not Be Cluttered With More Buildings

I have replied that one must
responsible
ities with ordinary common sense
and consideration, and that doubt-
less the change of location of the
bus centre is a purely temporary
unavoidable
Victoria Bridge is being widened
telephone cables
the bridge are being changed.

To The Editor,—The Advocate.

SIR,— Women shoppers, the
Majority of whom are dependent
on buses for transport of them-
selves and heavy shopping
baskets, are most unhappy about
the change of location of th>
bus centre from Trafalgar Square
to Probyn Street. The only folk
who will benefit are people
attending the Empire Cinema.

credit the

expedient,

and the

is so, why

Women shoppers by bus com-




; situation and invite e ssent ; ; ae made and placed there -, issue to our licemen of. some boxers and promo! '2 VIENN
plain that the extra distance to et an eS ah oe : ond ae ge + oom — I can blow ian eee creation in the nature f, as fairplay to the Sane es * VIENNA SAUSAGES
and a reet anc he an me he . - s ‘ oO. eckwit ouse barri — “ M ¢, et
, am unable t swe i : arricades, nev truncheon-cum- alter- promoter, ake co
Rinse Sheesing streets on foot is and leave . ee ° Stine ag ge mci % the wharves, under policemen’s pretty aa native use against “aes o Seciioom Pig Bag ew ws au eau aaianhgieintaiens
considerable, especially in rainy authority. T eT wr s the sensible location for a sols, whi a. — Sana s othe LUN q in ti
icc ar in fk gunahine, end aes hat raises the question G.P.O. and one that would make Scoiaeetee are elevated to and oe weather, with differ- aa. and also arrange for a medi- UNCHEON BEEF in tins
{hat this will be particularly but : t . need me intelligent pub- adequate provision for all con- of my Barbedian Fr pow. Most = f . = re each parish; per- ©@ — to be carried out|
’ art; - lie and press relations, for which cer acti er 7 an jan Police pals are e thought! on those who are schedul |
densome on the return journey, | } cerned a practical proposition. but five-s ‘ eee
*» 1ave pleaded al ; > , Sets _ e-and-a-half footers fight. Police resery ”
when they are laden with a heavy t d all my life. ri a made now will Under the (umbrella) pit Anyway, until something is wane ny “ed ther of their waar $ i
in : alae E randics o , . Peas 7 - ee : : anothe their eS,
shopping basket, miscellaneous With a wide Victoria Bridge oe the community for gen- stances I cannot guarantee to ome about this defeatist effort It is therefore Sra tesncoed ve a} * (i ay
packets and the inevitable hand- provided . with footwalks for : G. F. SHARP re these traffic cops dry, apart &* Police protection in our Bill should be introduced into | if nt
bag and umbrella They also pedestrians, the relayout of ‘ ro the tops of their hats, Savare of Victory, I will continue the Legislature to control all box- | ‘ SAN
peent put that in consequence Trafalgar Square and the re- Police Umbrellas which seem so Gilbertian to shed tears daily, so that Bar- held lscally can : 4 F ay
ney wi requé y miss ¢ ul ‘ f awkwardly-placed ‘ 4 badians will have to continue ala agg | pig ge fy, \ ‘wa ~ on
bus, and will have to wait at become urgent matters To The Editor The line : : My Grrangoments th Old Sol ing I unseasonable a : are ey * ih 2 ; a PICKLED Ox Ke
in the open for a> further S aaukiie latareat und ealiaeaiiiann ae ‘3 re rhe Ade ocate make it impossible for him t¢ mose eathe } e No. XI 1940 : 1S MILK FE Ae
minutes, and that crossing Ux Trafalgar Square, I submit, is Socken after "ae a Bronce = eens exactly above Trafalgar they like ind that until See a ' - MILK FED ~ on
narrow traffic congested Victoria the natural principal traffic centre the works that m ements; and Square for more than part of : olice pals ave more effi- che ST » ber ; oe KIPPERS, cae
Bridge will be : ake Wl of Siidestaen: ane Boaeeel — oe hat move the sun day. My sun has a round protected against the : ago , a - FILLETS; \ oc
ian ; 1 . ae eens | nee erything around the heavens. Consistent work to do, and that » oS — the hope that this sug- ™ ; °
progress but also an extremely bh uld be subordinated to mak- } } ah : ’ nat parasol of n more beizierous and est ree +} on 1 <7 : ai i
7 i ; : ae ae loyalty to my job, I like so sky-high tnat Old Sol j eee era ; eceive the considera-| ¥ \ a9 ree
dangerous one especially for effective as possible. The please people. and I have a willy-nilly, as much ‘on ie "ie ny ves. x \ i, J (; () ) at
young ang Ciel peopl ne later, of Wit pot licemen on duty, on it. I mtend to see the Cx . CLAUDE RAMSAY % \W 4
Brighton, Black Rock. %

The ladies point out that if this
didn’t
notice on the subject explain the

stre
Squal
In

hat
author-

Trafalgar
public buildings
whilst

sans
Suet

bus-passengers,
whom parking

the official fo:-.a, and it






serve
ust inevitably be faced.
meantime, I suggest, it
would be unwise to clutter up
Square with further

exorably intensify the traffic prob-
lem. A new G.P.O. for’ example
will automatically attract crowds
of pedestrians, cyclists, motorists,

will
movement of bulky mail bags to

Trafalgar
man.

which must in-

hawkers,
places

for
must be
involve the

especially when I have to decide
to turn on my heavy waterworks,
my high winds and blazing sun,

Therefore I have lately
puzzled about this police —
brella next my hero, Nelson, and
don't know what to do about it
man. My arrangements for this
cute little island
with a punch especially when it
rains, and everybody, except the
felldws who had that umbrella



involve winds
sight of our






missioner of Police to suggest
that his traffic cops be enclosed’
in cellophane tents where they
can see and be seen, and admired,
and be entirely protected from
my weather vagaries.

: Perhaps this umbrella business
is the thin end of the wedge, so
we become familiar with

umbrellas. The ground may
in process of preparation for the

there is much
among professional






Boxing Board
To The Editor,—The Advocate.
SIR,—Owing to the fact that
dissatisfaction
boxers,
for the good of boxing in this
colony it is my considered opinion
that machinery should be set up

the Whereby a Boxing Board of Con-
Getaten caida tral showia be formed. PALETHORPE SAUSAGES
be Now, the Board would func-
tion as a mediator between Sea enn

t |

of
orld Peace Congress But |
these memberships in reality are less active |
For instance, she re-| and are destined either to camouflage real}

and






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SOUTH AFRICAN GRAPES—per tin .......,
SCRATCH GRAIN, GROWING MASH, u
LAYING MASH—per Ib. .............05
TABLE MARGARINE—per lb. ............. aa
MACONCCHIE’S KIDNEY SOUP—per tin |.’
KRAFT MACARONI & CHEESE—per tin %
NORWEGIAN SARDINES—per tin
NORWEGIAN KIPPER HERRINGS

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Our Dry Goods Department will be
closed for the Intercolonial
Tournament at 11.30 a.m. on the
lowing days:—

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Thursday 9th February
Tuesday 14th February
‘ Thursday 16th February
Tuesday 21st February 4

20th February at 11.30 a.m. if pe



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And on Monday 13th and Mond

HAMS in tins

2ib,—5lb,—71b.—1 01b.



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FEBRUARY 7, 1950
quESDAY, FEBRU? os THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

; — Si. Joseph Vestry Pass _ 8. Michael's Equipment
Concert Lwo Resolutions 2e22==~ Vestry Did shore |

needed patching. After two days of brisk work, |

i They 6 not oe nee was all the equipment arriving here |

ANS who tuned in on fi s going to happen with the reaping N t M t by the motor vessel “Caracas” io|
sae aio Distribution set ouses nd Roads Discussed or the crop. He had sought the oO ee be used in the construction of the!

; on § ew Se ; ot the parish in the House, but Due to t w ves-
# Oe voices singing Spirituals. 7, Vestry of St. Jose ‘hi "was no meeting of the St terday morning, “snares? See")











Cleanse the system from blocd
impurities; many sufferers froin
rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago,
neuritis, pimples, boils, sores and







Saturday night heard assistance of the representatives new runway at Seawell Airport minor skin ailments, can derive great
: spe Orne college Heralds staging ph yesterday passed a Resolution to "°thing had been done so far. there was no meeting of the St. terday morning, benefit from this well-known medicine.

























































































jp was the formance in the the Acting Colonial Secretary urgin A Mistake Michael's Vestry which was sche- The ship left port within an|
bet initisl per of the money accruing from the Taken Woleen Fund et Bald asrhey had a: te a el ee ete Pas sacheatie tet enttinn|
jim. is made up of all be used for the repair of the h ee ac oe roe a Ae ommagrer ya ome en gg msc be ac Sag Ark pec ae ty Sage yr sonnend
| te Chow the Caribbean that parish with pair of the houses of Sugar workers in Road. He had been told by Mr, Tudor (Churchwarden), Hon’ble and unloading began on Satur-
es irom a7 aa: Siauabe, parish wit out further delay. Skinner at the Department of Y. C. Gale, M.L.C, Mr. B. A. day. Work was continued on

Colles The resolution is to be presented to the Acting Colonial Highways and Transport that the Weatherhead, Mr. A. R. Toppin, Sunday.




In LIQUID or TABLET FORM










The programme, which

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: , Secretary next Friday : ; reason they had not got anything Mr. F. C. Goddard, M.C.P., Mr. Part of the equipment brought | P W a
alt 20 sr. Sear st a. Vestry i 8 ee ite ie a Mn ma Chairman of for the Cocoanut Grove Road so T- Bowring, Mr. J. K.C. Grannum was still on the waterfront yes- . x
Ht paritone s0l08 DY aaa Aiek wea ae tr, the Churchwarden, Mr. A. P. far was that through a mistake 29d Mr. T. W. Miller. terday afternoon. The engines of a
srs Alfred ree Grieve. “ant of the Resolution and Mr. G. H. Adams, the Springfield had been put in instead one of the caterpillars was tick- ye
and a tenor solo by enior Representative of the Parish in the House of Assem- °f Cocoanut Grove. ing and the vehicle looked all set | GO AT ¢ ‘HOW oe
on Te Riage inti me 3 te Spa Road had now actually * 2,000 Bags Of for the long run to the Airport. =~ " 7
Heralds a ee ood deal of h : : roken and they would be oblig- : : : 4
ge iy Serco owen Mr. Willams and Air Blanch sgoesat Mma Ste Beat i wae te same Rice From B.G. tweak Panis Mea a
, t h : ’ ; ores . * : wi e Coconut Grove ° mI
Riess followed by “One Day being activated by political considerations, after Mr. Smith Road, and people would not be Over the week-end 2,000 bags CEMENT and obtainable from at
oie rg Micok nie te oe spoken in favour of the Resolution, and had suggested able to get out their canes, Th> of rice arrived at Barbados from le
” and “ that one na

op

aa 7 “eg : ld be starti i British Guiana. Th ived b: y .
or both of the parish’s representatives in the Sa chal He eae os schooners Srencen W. Smith” ARRIVES H. JASON JONES & Co.rLitd.—tower Broad st

: House be included in the committee which
Pyusic lovers will be able to poo) ti 1 nit which presented the something should be done quickly, and “Timothy A. H. Vansluyt- a ote
Mu Heralds when ution. He denied any political bias on his part. Mr. Smith said i pane: “a faa ‘2 ra
a a concer! at the British . Text of the Resolution is as B ent trangia SMe Pg adihe Over 12,000 bags of portland aaa Baa aaa :

2 Conee = the Bet ieee repair of roads, and the interest & â„¢iStake had*been made in ask- Both schooners brought sup- cement was included in the







; ing for money for Springfield Plies of firewood and charcoal. 2,993-ton “ ide’s” nae boieetaeeaimicatns .
council. ts are being made The Vestry of St. Joseph is of +oRy had taken was nil. He WaS instead of Coconut ciaaun oe The “Frances W. Smith” also cargo from PR se fi — eee ee
AraC Ne be t the the opiniun; That in view of the Of! ‘he opinion that Mr. Smith was 2 pity that Mr. Cox h in- brought wallaba posts and foot- ‘This Rice sae

Nee at ei bad. condition of mane f the ‘king just pohtics, and he would f,hny, a a a on 38 vessel arrived on Sunday, Something to crow
and the Children’s Goodwill op yY o e ormed the Vestry that Mr. . Plate glass, paint, provisions,

Go houses of the Sugar Workers, the advise that the resolution be sent Ski s ; Other arrivals with f 4 bout « « e

eek and it is ex- ; ‘ ers, the thr . = , Skinner had also said that they her vais with cargo from olive oil, celery salt, essences a ae

leat Ee iererts will also be 8teater portion of the Monies of Ate Coe oe to the would be going on with the mat- the islands were schooners “Cy- ginger, tinned vegetables, jams,

pected tha ay the Labour Welfare Fund should 5 eaeeees ter of the Cocon clorama”, “Lady Noeleen”, “Zen- wj hi c

at the Globe and other ) °° /ai0 No Political Re: ; : oconut Grove Road Corama s wine, whisky, cocoa, chocolates

‘ven e utilised for the purpose of re~ ' ical Iveasons in spite of the mistake. As a ith”, “D’Ortac” and the motor and chocolate confectionery, bis-

places. pairing the above mentioned _ Mr. J. A. Haynes said he would matter of fact, said Mr. Smith, Vessel “Blue Star”. cuits, sausages, Bedford chassis

ETOWN enjoyed a perfect houses. oy ascribe any political reasons he expected that the Resolution _ Cargo brought by these vessels and perfumery were other items UY
3B and eventful day yesterday. That the Monies allocated to ‘° Ur. Smith’s remarks. Mr, Smith for the money would come down included whole tomatoes, tomato brought by the “Queen Adelaide”. RELIABLE KITCHEN and

; the first working day each Parish should be the total _ asked a question in the House to the House at their meeting to- Juice, fresh fruit. coconuts, copra, = Messrs Da Costa & Co. Ltd., are
a ‘Jerks and businessmen were amount due to them resulting from . out the matter, and anyone who day, and if the Council met also, frewood, charcoal, posts, fibre, the agents, FLOWER GARDEN If,
! fosee what Trafalgar Square the Manufacture of Sugar. new about the House would it could be sent over to them for ¢Ylinders of gas, lengths of pipe,



‘eq like without buses and an .That the individual amounts realise that it would be good going concurrence after the House Ca in bulk and advertising

: 7 pairs cia to get a reply to a question within passed it matches. on an x
a nt is that shortly for Repairs to Houses should be . =? +i pas 10s y ;
aus Sees a man died sud- free Grants, similar to the free °!*,™ouths’ time, Why No Report ? These commodities were brought an tes ft




































\
)
eens and landowners from the Nene, ROWevet The mater was aetious spa'Riga' fey fine rMMe, TM Naga, Banaméa. eer herr |
ithe news got around a large and landowners from the Reha- one, and while the people were p28 Read had broken. Why if the “The “Blue Star” is consigned a sar JUST IN TIME FOR THE SHOWERS
wd invaded the Square and We a es: +“ suffering, that money was lying Road Board had been doing its to Mr, A. E. Harris while the ;
" i e again looked at the Monies of the Labour Sears ivi Leis . duty did they not report about ca a , i a :
“th etiseinas. . Welfare Fund should be used for age eine commented on ‘¢ Spa Road at the ‘Same time aaa un deer eam ie ot ree ee )
ally on Sundays, the Square oe : above purpose, without the Editorial that had snonared as they reported about the Coco- 2 "Michael fell Po ge tee Gane. Cabbage, Tomato, Lettuce, Beet, Turnips, Squash, Leek,
; Si except for a few y. in the “Advocate” on Sunday, nut Grove Road and Fryzers so taph in’ Trafalgar Square yester- Thyme, E, i
se chatting under the Ever- ‘a Urgent Matter — , describing it as a “suitable” one ‘at the Resolution that was going Driver Fined £3 day morning about 11 o'clock. hyme, Egg Plant, Cauliflower, Okra, Pumpkin, Radish ete,
tree in the Public Buildings r. Cox moving the passing of dealing with the matter. It was t© be passed would include money “He had been speaking to me and a variety of FLOWER GARDEN SEEDS
“put on Sunday on-lookers the Resolution said that it was common knowledge that if there for the Spa also. . A fine of £3 to be paid by in- about ten minutes before,” a wo- x
ded around the Evergreen urgent that something be done Was one thing that a Government Mr, Williams said that he had stalmeyts of £1 per month or in man on the scene told the “Advo- oi
‘me by the Nelson Statue. They quickly in the matter. Some oi could not bear was anyone spend- taken up the matter with the Gov- default one month’s imprisonment cate”. He complained of a pain —— Call Early At —
‘yee watching bulldozers, carry- os 4d Yastries had already ing ee money, They did not ernment in various forms without was imposed on Saneye er a = ee ae she said, and in a
h ons, motor rollers taken it up, and had been notified ind if it was spent by a com- any result. Replying to Mr. clerk of Chelsea Road by His Wor- few nutes collapsed and died. y, "~~
bei pon alle for Seawell that they would be given $1.59 mittee which they themselves had Smith’s remarks, he said that ship Mr. E, A. McLeod yesterday. KNIGHT ‘s DRUG S7 ORES
ng unloaded from the M.V. pe head of population, anpolated. when the Fryzers Road had been He was found Ae is
linen 29 igures which he had slowed 1s idea was, therefore, that reported about, the Spa had not the motor car M- on Bay + = SSS
ol Rahlenty waiting to that St. Joseph in the last three the Government should be allow- yet cracked. The Richmond Road Street a public highway under the 25 Years Ago nea! ee }
hat the big Government Years had contributed to that fund ¢4 Cie et comanne to go into had been bad for months, and ae : i the sum of $81,488. If therefore Spending of the money, and he that was one of the r hy {25 88.<0 be Iecapane* co: ADVOCATE
frane would bring up next from ( Ly erefore ' “Pen! wh ; ; v ie of the reasons why s uy
dlthehatehes of the “Caracas” they received $1.50 per head ot Was, Suésesting that a suggestion they had tried to get Mr Adams Proper control of the vehicle. “ PERBRUARY 7, 1925)
oocasi i » they would be getting ease d and Mr. Smith to go around the 5
‘mi on occasions before the Popwation cee S the resolution ; 8 oe February 2 about 8.15 p.m. Wreck “ . et
sment came into sight, some JUSt $11,568, thereby losing “ted parish and see the conditions of reck of the “Nellie Louise W
* : guessing what it $69,920. It seemed to him very Mr. Cox Commended the roads for themselves. THE British 3-masted schooner HEN CONSTRUCTING
Nhe, : hard that that amount should be _,Mt. Branch commended Mr. Mr. Cox denied that Mr. Skin- 20/- For Assault “Nellie Louise” was wrecked in
qujous crowd ot on- fing out of St. Joseph to be used Coxon, having broweht in the ner had told him that the Coce- So aE EEE
athered again yesterday ‘™ Some other parish, cs 10h. I nut Grove matter had been fixed. e ), tant. The vessel which
Se laeting End "lemuanarteien The same hardship existed in eae i bis sae cn, The Richmond Road had been On P.C. was owned by Mrs. Edwin Croney OR REPAIRING A
4 tent tor Seawell contin- ? a of income tax. Every cent hing: Pp patched months ago. They used A fine of 20s to be paid in 14 a Captain F. A. Hyman of Bar- |
ial, This was the first occasion 3 id " eeeys. Was. used) in The Chairman also gave his to get double the grant from the days or in default one month’s 280s mt been chartered to take
Se Herhadians has seen ra o or : ; experience of the dilapidated state Government that they now got, imprisonment was imposed on Bato machinery to Maracaibo. BUILDING
ch large machinery » voseph was producing the 6, workers’ | d declared #4 additional grant was neces- liga Douglas of Hall’s Road, by C@Ptain Edwin Walters had left
SYRY LITTLE rain fell over SUsAr, and they were only going that the matter should ‘not be SY. Hie’ Worship Mr. H. A, Talma Port-of-Spain a. couple of weeks
\ ithe week-end. On Saturday to geta pittance. He was P.oposing one of Saline Yak ri Seabee An argument followed as to ie “P 5 el ago for Ciudad Bolivar to take |
Mp to 6 o'clock on Sunday Seine cae nase oe He said that he would be willing Whether the Spa Road had broken * She was found guilty of as- See thy ee on
ing the total rainfall for the “ dal ecretary asking to go to Government House with in time for it to be reported the saulting P. C. 383 Herbert Jes- ere he found she ha
i was only 64 parts while a to see that something was the resolution if it was necessary, Same time as the Coconut Grove samy, a member of the Police ome wrecked. Walters arrived at ALWAYS USE
fing Sunday and up to 6.00 2ne as quickly as possible, Mr. Smith replying said that Mr. matter had been reported, Mr. Force while in the execution of var on the 16th instant. From
tlock yesterday morning the total Complete Agreement Williams had heard and read that Smith maintaining that it had, pis duty. The offence was com- ee the Nellie Louise was to
: - ; he had asked the question in the and Mr. Williams and Mr. Cox mitted on February 4. nave brought to Trinidad a con~
“ye 13 rt: Toh . Mr. L. E. Smith, M.C.P., said he House. Mr. Williams did not seem saying it had not signment of cargo. The only article
an , n e i 4 : pet sees . ;
ie ily two parishes to get rain Wa vaaalcdins ot be temane ok + Fale Phar tencirtrn lll Deplorable Condition : aeccinnn: Gene
Mi Sunday. Eleven parts were jt would take a little medias, On sour os of Sepecprepns on the The Vestry then discussed the In The Legislature peofies. in his, thanks oe o Ss
1 oo in St, James and 2 in December 6 last year he had asked pas ae bs gedle : Sree Ls ig condition of the Parris Ti a Foster and Mr. Orozo, representa-
5 ~~ . 5 , i ’
«\m| a question in the House relative t 7 . vy ;. Village Road, Mr. Cox saying that ‘o-d tives of th is a
te — for Saturday clad the administration of the fund, bus Dithcvaiteciaaumerias se oe eersen cans sald bite nat Sine h eo the Oilfields Ltd, for. the many
0 6. o'ciock or. Sunday he had as yet received no repty. dyin’ arcu road wou ixed by connecting BOTH ouses 01 courtesies shown to his crew and
Bon ee no parts, He was of the opinion that the It wa$ not true that his speech 2 lag Pe gen Hast oes |, Lageeane will meet to- | ‘himself on the voyage, and for
i a istrict 4 parts, St. resolution being discussed by the had been activated by political wre a em re bonny carer a day. NCIL their safe transportation to
parts, St. Philip 0, St. Vestry might after it was passed motives. He had made the sug- ew that: connecting it with the cou Trinidad. ~ . ~
8 parts, St. James 0, St. still take sometime before it reach= gestion that one or both of the East Coast Road would not help Among the items for con- . ASBESTOS-CEMENT
‘eer 5 parts, St, Andrew 2% parts, ed as far as the Executives:Com- representatives be included in the people who lived in Parris sideration in the Legislative Presentation to Mr. H. C.
y 0, and St. John 3 parts. mittee. He thought. that they the committee because he felt Village. r Council will be a Bill 2 Griffith i
E LOSS or a brow itcas should put up a much stronger that by doing that more weight Mr. J. A. Haynes said he wotlld amend the Customs Tar a
n suitcase case by appointing a Committee would be added to the resolution. second the motion for the passing Act 1921; a Bill to amen Yesterday afternoon Mr, C. L. |My CORRUGATED
Was reported by Lilly Davis from the Vestry which would in- Mr, Williams spoke again, re- of the ‘Resolution if Mr. Cox in- the Naturalization Act 1915, Chenery, Chairman, Sanitary
Sobers La: pelagic in { 12,000
; ne, She stated that ciude the Chairman and one or beating tae opinion that he had cluded in it a suggestion to the | and a Resolution for $ “oe Commissioners, presented to Mr.
a residence was broken and both of the Representatives of the expressed before. Government that if they did not | to get expert advice on rer) H. C. Griffith, the Intercolonial
oe between 11.30 am. and Parish in the House, and let the Mr. Branch also did so. grant an adequate sum of money question of drafting 0! Cricketer, who is an employee of ~â„¢ |
ao on Saturday and the Committee interview the Govern- Rf G. R. Hutson expressed a they (oe ee) be ~_e eee ee OUSE ~ ao - g of £5. 7s. 6a
i taken. or on the matter. iysimilar view. over e roads to em. r, subse y the Commissioners
} N ACCIDENT occurred at the ‘The oa oe the. Committee The question that the Resolu- Haynes said that if the roads were In the House of Assembly, as an appreciation of Mr. Grif-
er of Brittons Cross would be to impress on the Gov-gg 40m be passed was carried unani- in Government's hands _ they one of the chief items set fith’s cricketing talent and wisres
74 and Collymore Rock at about ernor that the Vestry was willing nously on the motion of Mr. Cox would take much more interest in down for consideration is for success in the Trinidad tour-
# pm. on Sunday between to take the responsibility of ad~ S¢conded by Mr. Branch. them. a Resolution to approve the nament, es a
> Aad M936, owned by ministering the fund just as they a H. A. ee ot sane Mr. Cox said he did not agree eee: nemesis oon ee S > G SS
me of Brittons Hill and had administered the fund for the ‘28! one or the other of the re- with that suggestion, and Mr. | © ave Passages ’ Be oe ee — a
Kenn ; . ’ ,,, presentatives should be included wijliams § t ; . He 1950,”
Ay wg Bewwnies of repair of houses that had been jn the Committee to take the e eeneera ne: wOr Mr. G. H. Adams will take
address and anotHer damaged in the hurricane : : .., Said that they had done some roads ;
car — M—1401 — owned The Goctailaaaas’ a also go resolution to the ne arene which the Department of High- ot this nee. 4
Hutso : 8° Secretary. He moved that a lét- Mr. M. E. Cox is expecte
a ' “ Haynes of Black Rock around and inspect the houses that ter be written to Mr. Adams aske ways and Transport would not to move the second reading
Gilymore Roc Nett, Clement needed repair rather than wairing jng him to join the committee. of e Kembted. He cited the case | of a Bill to amend the Cus- Af 1 ide
ym ock, Both vehicles on the Government, They would ag agreed oF a road whic ey had fixe t Tariff Act, 1921 ter i * i
rtane: ’ : The Vestry agreed. al ; oms Tari ct, 1921. : cieaning out an clearing up
ee schauat of cseney Seabees Upkeep of Roads that, 1 Oo soatcar ie oe ea gS reer |
HER accident occurred on A request for additional grants ; ; ; usiness”, Mr. E. D. Mottley
Bay Simei at about 11.10 to be spent on the houses, for the upkeep of roads is contain- ‘lean the same time, said Mr. is expected to move the Re 1 ni h boa d ith:
‘ t panen.¢ ar illiams, he was not suggesting | House into Committee on pienisn your cup Tas with:
k0 Saturday between motor Houses Very Bad ed in a resolution passed by the that they could compete with the
7, owned by Harold Mr. S said he agreed that Vestry of St. Joseph yesterday. y could comp the Bill to amend the Gas
ing of Westmoreland, St wine tae oueie, wore. tn oer The Resolution which is to be Department of Highways and lg dy |
i. 22d driven by Joseph bad shape, and he wondered how sent to the Acting Colonial Secre- i: iy 2 seconded the motion an oh ae
wey 5 aj Taierite ce: smselves tary points the serious con- : s e mot . De Dd, s |) ‘ 1p . :
Races, Dunde, and: thelr cocupante kept themselves tuy Paints Out, the ereeeh’ ii. tor the passing of the Resolution, | Address slating to the ree ENAMEL SAUCEPANS ....... 8-pint @ $2.20 10 pt. $2.52 12 pt. $2.80
, eet and ariven by es ee ‘ted his suggestion, was moved by Mr. A. P. Cox, after which Mr. Smith said that patriation to Africa of per-
ite Par ool “eke eee said Mr Smith ‘oochans ~~ of and -aaks. that the grants be made ert ate, Rom. had bs oe ou —_ ENAMEL Cups... \ 46c. ENAMEL BOWLS deur 39c., 44c., & 50c.
' 4 ; a g j efore he ‘was born. ow . ; . Reece may
y damaged the other parishes would follow as soon as possible. a . “ .
. suit. Ther ; itics Mr. Cox said that he had made the two present representatives of move the passing of an Ad-
SATURDAY aS ahout 4.80 hier an Waieaeawie a tour of ian parish recently, He the parish were expected to work dress to His Excellency re ENAMEL DEEP WASH BOWLS ... $1.71 ENAMEL CHAMBERS .. $1.37
D broke fire of unknown They should impress upon the had seen that work had had to miracles in a short space of time. Deep Water Harbour, Sea-
destrosen tt Belle Tenantry Government, and put it in the be stopped on the repair of tenan- Motion for the passing of the a Airport and Water
iT — = of second resolution, that they were willing try roads in St. Eibvahetw's Vil- Resolution was then put and upply.
Sectin ; e canes be- and anxious to administer the lage because the money had run carried unanimously.
e ene
ca Seale of the same fund themselves. out. He had het it, and * .
r were not insured. Mr, Williams said he was so far nothing had been done. SSS
NE MATTHEW of pleased to see that their junior In another part of the parish 10 ll 12
ax Hall ae reported the. representative in the House was they nee beim a . » 4d, & 13 Broad Street
three yards of cloth valued taking all that interest. But they ing, an ey a Oo stop.
; e stated that her had on previous occasions asked At the present moment they were
dence was broken their representatives in the House outstanding to the amount of $4,
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7.2,.50—2n.

mA large Cedar Press with

> hanging Compartment and

> ey Dressing Table. A
Table. Dial 4506.

4 7.2.50—1n,

COPFER — In, packages may now

s Your grocer, It is definitely
you can sd and will be found
omica n other cefees by
the lesser quantity used to the
7.2.50—2n

“sem
SSERCHTEFS

American Ladies,
Ne,
Street,

each, The Novelty
7,.2,50—2n,

_WANTED

S GUEsT.

‘ Tn a quiet, private
. Bare paying Guest. Rates
2356. 2.2,50—t.f.n,

LI

FO is
eA NTED URGENTLY

8 “Gait
contact: Mrs.”

Parisienne
Ben Moore
7.2.50—2n.

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warned against
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name as I do no\
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°UAVIERRR BURKE,

ellowes Plantation,
St Joseph.

Te hereby w,

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in? 2Y Person oF Persons

m my name ai I do not

Rang cromsible for ai\one con-

; & debts in my name

BR a ne’
Site Hupet, Sened by me



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: 13.1.50—t.t.n,
UPSTAIRS
6 Swan Street



» Very spaciou ‘
offices, aoe

light factory
Apply: Tha ;

ni Py
4.2.50—t.in

7 Maxwell’
Ch. Ch. For the months of March, Apa

with Refrig-
furnished,
1 ree with

7.2.50—t fn

BLUE HOUSE Lucas St. A ver -
able Business Stand suitable vie tes

business. C eS
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7.2.50.—t.f.n,

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PUBLIC SALES

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AUCTION

(8) Mah

36 each. Complete Morris Suite $139, side
Boards from $1 upwards, ardrobe
Presses from $25, Dressing Tables from
$15, Bedsteads from $16. Call and view
at 1 ’s Aucti ms, Hard-
wood Alley. Open 8 a.m, to 12 Daily,

5.2.50—3n.
Leeann so,

7.2.50—3n
Gap, fully furnished. Apply ‘—s
mua. Bratton, Maxwell's Coast. Dial

UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER





Lawrence Gap at 11.30 o'clock .
AN & CO;
Auctioneers.
7.2.50—In.
BY

Le a
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instructions of the Agen! f
the United Ltd

British Insurance Co. Lid.
t will sell at Messrs Me Enearney’s
Garage on Friday 10th at 1 p.m Ford
V-S Car damaged by fire, Terms Cash,
R. ARCHER McKENZIE,
Auctioneer,
7.2.50—4n

UNDER THE SiLVER HAMMER

By recommendations of Lloyds Agents
we will sell on Wednesday the 8th at
our Mart 17 High Street. 4 ladies’ Dress
Forms, 50 bundles Gem Cigars, 42 Tins
Cleanser, 6 cases One O One, 1 Mullard
Radio, 1 Water Softener, 5 W.C, Pans, 2
Pump Valves, sind also 19 Bedsteads, 100
doz. Cotton, a lot Dress Buttons, 1 Wash-
ing Machine, Lady's Shoes and ‘Hats and
other items. Sale 12.30 o'clock. Terms
Cash. Branker, Trotman & Co., Auction-
eers. §.2.50—2n.

REAL ESTATE

_———
COVE SPRING HOUSE — A modern
Bungalow, four bedrooms, two baths;
electricity, water, on the sea, own private
bathing beach, 1% acres of land Vege-
table Garden, 8 miles from Bridgetown
at Garden, St. James. Enquiry Sandy-
fields St. Peter: Phone 91-50 or at the

premises Garden, St. James.
20.1..0—15n.

———————

“MELROSE” — VOLLYMORE ROCK,
standing on 12,800 square feet of land.
The house contains, Drawing, Dining |





Room closed and open Verandahs, four
bedrooms, one with running water and
the usual offices. Kitchen and Pantry
with built in Cupboards. ¢



shout.

Inspection Monday to Saturday by
appointment. Telephone No: 3738.

The above residence will be offered
for sale at public competition at
urfice of the undersigned on Friday 10th
February 1950 at 2 p.m,

CARRINGTON & SEALY.
25.1.50—9n.

CHATTEL HOUSE situate at Rockley
New Road, Christ Church, containing
Open Verandah, Drawing and Dining
Rooms, Two Bedrooms, Kitchen, Shed
and outoffices, all in good condition. No
reasonable offer refused. Apply to Fitz-
herbert Bostic, Contractor, next door,
any day except Sunday,

5.2,50—3n,

LAN”: 23,877 square feet land at Top
Rock Hill, Christ Church, commanding
a beautiful view of the sea coast from
the Lighthouse to Rockley. Apply R. 8.
Nicholls & Co. Roebuck St. Bridgetown
Solicitor. 4.2,50—6n |

if

“BURNHAM” BISHOP'S COURT,
St. Michael, standing on 25,175 square
feet of land.

The house contains drawing and
dining rooms with covered verandah
and usual offices, two bedrooms with
running water, one with dressing room
attached, Toilet and Bath upstairs. Two
servants rooms with toilet and _ bath,

washroom and workshop and garage

in the yard,

Inspection on application to Mr.
Dial-3472.

H. B. Bannister.
| The above will be set up to public
competition at the office of the under-
signed on Friday the 17th day of Feb-
rurary 1950 at 2 p.m.

CARRINGTON & SEALY.
LUCAS STREET.
1,2,50—9n.



BY public competition at our Office
James Street on Friday the 10th Feb-
ruary 1950 at 2 p.m, “MALTA” at
Cattlewash Saint Josepn containing 3
hedrooms, The dwelling house is fully
furnished, Water & electric service in-
Stalled. Inspection on application to
the premises. For further particulars
apply to HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD.

31,1.50—10n



up for Sale by public competition at
our office, James Street, Bridgetown, on



Wednesday 8th Feb at 2 p.m.
L. W. C & CO.,
4.2,50—4n
SHARES—33 Shares in WEST INDIA

BISCUIT Co. Ltd. These shares will be
set up for sale by public competition at
the Office of the Company, Spry Street,
Bridgetown, on Friday 10th February in-
stant at 2 p.m. E. L, & eet Acting
ir , W.1, Bi it Co, <
Secretary, W.1, Biscu wy a

SHARES—300 (Preference 6%) BAR-
BADOS TELEPHONE CO, LTD. 93 BAR-
BADOS SHIPPING & TRADING CO,
LTD, 204 BARBADOS ICE CO., LTD.
The above shares, with accruing divi-
dends, will be set up for sale by public
competition at our office, James Street,
Bridgetown, on ay ‘eet =
130 p.m, Yearw yee, le
_— " 7.2.50—4n



Solicitors,





LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of KENNETH 0.
MAUGHAN of Deacons Road, St. Mi-
Malt) Uiquote mer at, «board and

it ‘ a
pinge hep with ’ shedroof nee at
older’s Land, ok’)

Dated this 6th day of February 1950
To:—B. A. Me LEOD

Police Magistra’

, Dist. ‘A’.
OSWALD CUMMINS,

i for Applicant. | said
N.B.—This application consi-
dered at a Licensing Court to be held |

at Police Court, District ‘A’ on Thu
the 16th day ‘of Februnry 198) at 11

o'clock, a.m, E. A. McLEOD,

. as
Police Magistrate, es Bsn,

LOST & FOUND
LOST

EARRING—Reward offered for retur
of long cut Steel Earring sae -
a : c e one
Yacht Club and Cran 2.2.50—t.f.n

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NOTICE

PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH

Applications, accompanied by Bapti.
Certificates, will be received % a

office up to 3 p. .
Fel ? P.m. on Friday, 10th

1950, for one or more vacar



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THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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In Carlisle Bay

IN PORT: Sch. Mary E. Caroline, Sch. Schooner “Frances W Smith,” 74 tons

net, Captain Hassel, from British Guiana.

Agents: Schooner Owners’ Association.
Schooner “Timothy A. H. Vansluyt-

man,"' 74 tons net, Capt. Stoll, from Brit-




h. Marion Belle Wolfe, Sch.
Sch. Lucille M. Smith, Sch.
Sch. Frances W. Smith,



Sch. Laudalpha, Sch. Felicia Monica. ish Guiana. Agents: Schoon Owr ,
ook Exhibitions, tenable at the boys ARRIVALS oe ee
co School. Sch, “Emeline” 72 tons net, Captain S.S. “Queen Adelaide,” 2,993 tons net,
andidates must be children o!| Clarke, from British Guiana. Agents: Capt Hyslop, from London. Agents:
ers in straitened c Schooner Owners’ Association DaCosta & Co., Ltd,
stances, and must be between the age Sch. “Cyclorama,” 71 tons net, Capt.

of 10 years 6 manths and 12 years on th:
foe ~ oe examination " |

‘an ites must present thomselves t
the Headmaster of the boys’ Foundation | t
School on Friday 17th February at g.-
a.m. for examination.

Application forms can be obtained | Mulrain,

from my office,

WOOD GODDARD,
Parochial Treasurer, J
Christ Church.

3.2.50—5n
————

OFFICIAL NOTICE
BARBADOs,

IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction)

tror

JOSEPH GILBERT HOWARD—Plantiff

CARLTON HARCOURT PILE
—Defendant.
In pursuance of an Order in this Court
in the above action made on the 28th day
of November 1949, I give notice to ail
persons having any estate, right or inter-
est in or any lien or incumbrance affect-

ing From TRINIDAD...

All that certain piece or parcel of land

(formerly part of the lands of Marchfield | Bovell,

Plantation) situate in the parish of St

Philip and island of Barbados aforesaid | Deonahar Manabin,

containing by

on lands of Joseph Gilbert Howard | Caridy, Gladys Casidy,

ing

oh lands now or late of Marchfield Plan-
tation on lands now or late of G. L. Pile
and on the Public Road or however
the same may abut and bound.

with their witnesses,
vouchers, to be examined by
Tuesday, or Friday between th,
noon, at the Office of

Court House Bridgetown,
8th day of February 1950,

before
in order that

to the nature and priority thereof re-
spectively; otherwise such persons will
be preciuded from the benefit of the
said Decree, and be deprived of all
claim on or against the said property.

Claimants are also notified that they| Rranford,

must attend the said Court on Wed-

nesday the 8th day of February 1950,] From

at 10 o'clock a.m. when their said
claims will be ranked.

Given under my hand this 28th day
of November 1949.

A. W. HARPER,
Clerk of the Assistant Court



Olivierre, from Trinidad via St.’ Lucia.
. Agents: Schooner Owners’ Association,

Schooner Owners’ Association.

Schooner Owners’ Association.

Prigent, from Martinique.

Fergusson, from Trinidad. Agents: A. E.
Harris Esq.

Gooding, from British Guiana. Agents:
Schooner Owners’ Association,

admeasurement Three | Alexander Samuels,
roods or thereabouts abutting and bound- | Clovis McDonald,

Michael Costello, Brian Stoll, Kathirine
Williams, Leslie Williams,
else} Melinda Lucas,
to bring} Munson, Joan Corcoran, James Barrera,
before me an account of their said claims} Rufus Carter, Donald Sandiford,

documents and] Weekes, Seth White,
me on any | Price,
hours | James Cunningham, Allan Lesevre, lan
of (12 noon) and 3 o’clock in the after-| Lesevre, Gladys Lesevre,
the Clerk of] Rannarine Supersaud,
the Assistant Court of Appeal at the|saud, Vera Franklin,
the | Rodney Tiesel,
Tiesel,
such claims may be ranked according Crichlow, Richard Stokes,

Skerritt, Mr
Francis Boyle.
From ANTIGUA

DEPARTURES
Schooner “Molly N. Jones,” 37 tons net,
Captain Clouden, for Dominica. Agents:
D.L. Johnson Esq.
M.V. “Daerwood,"” 94 tons net, Captain
Archibold, for St. Lucia. Agents: Schoon-
Agents; er Owners’ Association,

Sch. “Lady Noeleen,” 41 tons net, Cap-
ain Noel, from St, Lucia. Agents:
Schooner “Zenith,” 70 tons net, Capt
from British Guiana.

S.S. “Gascogne,”” 2,681 tons net, Capt. S.S. “Dalesman,” 3,882 tons net, Cap-

Agents: R. M. tain Jones for Trinidad. Agents: DaCosta
ones & Co., Ltd. & Co,, Ltd.

M.V. “Blue Star,” 130 tons net, Capt. S.S. “Gascogne,”’ 2,681 tons net,
Prigent, for Trinidad. Agents:
Jones & Co., Ltd.

Capt.
mS
M.V, “T. B. Radar,” 163 tons net, Cap-

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Schooner “D'Ortac,” 58 tons net, Capt.

tain Hazell for St. Lucia. Agents: Schoon-
er Owners’ Association,



ARRIVALS By B.W.LAL From La GUAIRA...

~~ = Donald Hateh, Lrucilla Lazzari, Jennifer

Chenney, Ellen Paton, Jean H itch, Lindsa Williams, Ro i
* \ Nz 5 i. s 1. se Willi. .
Douglas Wall, Sinclair Cuallen- Alexandre Williams, Kurt Pfeffer, Simans
ger, Ulusia Lyon, Jeanette Buchanan, Pfeffer, Sybil Pfeffer, Eduardo Rosswaag,
Silochanie Mahabir, Carmen Rosswaag, Hamilton Johnson,

Eric Cruickshank,
Vernan Hill,

Andrew Pearse

Marthe Johnson, Elizabeth Johnson,
Henry

from GRENADA.

Celia Renwick, Alice Purdin, William
Purdin, Rita Jeremiah, Maria Clyne,
Certrude Clyne, Edna MeNeil, Ione Kirk,
Simeon Wardell, John Rose.

DEPARTURES By B.W.1.A.L.
For TRINIDAD. ...

Mrs. Gertrude Gittens, Dr, Gecil Git-
tens, Miss Linda Wolynec, Miss Liliian

John

Lucas,

Lucas,
Galan Vera
Hugh
Agnes Louis, Philip
Alfred Hennadez, Edwin Pinto,

Judith Lesevre, Kirton, Mr. Walter Bonyan, Mr Joseph
Sajanpaye Super. Marshall, Mr. Evelyn Holmes, Rev
Tennyson Vauchn, Bernard Crosby, Rev, Ernest Griffin, |

Walter Tiesel, Nargrete Mrs. May Griffin,

Mrs. Elsie Ward, Mr 1
Edwardina Standard, Grafton} §Harold Ward,

Mr. John Hoad, Miss

Meer San Joyce Appleton, Mrs Janet Murray, Mr
Charles Dexter, Hildreth Dexter James Murray.
From GRENADA....
Master Stewart. Tor La GUAIRA
From ST. LUCIA... Mrs. Idalina Miner, Miss Linda Miner,
William Cox, Henrietta Cox, Rig'ts Mr. Keith Miner, Mr, Imre Lanes, Mrs
Patrick Wallbridge, James Marianne Lanes, Mtss Lanes, Mr. John
Wilson, Morris Wexler. Stick
ST. KITTS.... For GRENADA...,
Miss Alma Williams, Miss Catherine Mr. Harold Bowen, Mrs. Monica Bowen

William Johnson, Mr Master
1 Mz

Miss §
mar

IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION

John Bowen, Miss Helen Bowen,
uel Carry, Miss Freida Martin,
ah Wambaugh, Mrs. Mary Rous-





Oswald Valker



of Appeal.
3.12.49—3n Cable and Wireless (W.L) Ltd. advise. fito, Maarten, Gulf Coast, Arandsdyk,
that they can now communicate with Veronico, Guadys Moller, Mormac Sea,
the following ships through their Bar- thern Atlantic, La Heve, Wenceslao,
OFFICIAL SALE bados Coast Station:— Broomdale, Teakwood, Ernesto Tron-
S.S. Scottish Heather, Liss, Gascogne, 4G Vanthoff, Italia, Prins Bernhard,
BARBADOS. Cristallina, Alcoa Pennant, Yamanota, liebecca Boone, Evanthia, Alcobaca,
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL | Norness, Dalesman, Alberto Fassio, Im- Springwater, Rufina, Bergeland, Auricula,
(Equitable Jurisdiction) perial Quebec, Point Aconi, Filix, R Star, San Veronico, Arakaka, Fern-

wsdaY | sum not less than £72, 18. 4.



JOSEPH GILBERT HOWARD—Plantift | Gaines Mill, S. Rosa, Stuvyessant, Gol- count

_

CARLTON HARCOURT PILE

—Defendant

NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue
of an Order of the Assistant Court of
Appeal dated the 28th day of Novem-
ber 1949 there will be set up for sale
to the highest bidder at the Office of the
Assistant Court of Appeal at the Court
House, Bridgetown, between the hours

of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the after-; (Amendment) Order, 1950, No. 5

Apache Canyon, Forresbank.

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

ATTENTION is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence)

which will be published in the

Thonn 08 Friday the 10th day of February | Official Gazette of Monday 6th February, 1950.

All that certain piece of parvel of land
(formerly part of the lands of Marchfi
Plantation) situate in the parish of St.
Philip and island of Barbados aforesaid
containing by admeasurement three roods

2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling

prices of ‘“Pilchards” are as follows :—



WHOLESALE PRICE |



or pmenmees ‘ome <6 baeaans on ARTICLE RETAIL PRICE
lands oseph Gilbert Howrrd on lands >

now or late of MarchSeld Fiantation on (not more than) (not more than)
the bubba Rene = ioe oan ins Pilchards $16.16 per case or 2 a

same may abut and bound, and if not
then sold the said property will be set
up for sale on every succeeding Friday
between the same hours until the same

is sold for a stm not less than
£150. 0. 0.
a this 28th day of November

A. W. .
Clerk of the Assistant Court
of Appeal.
3.12.49—3n z

OFFICIAL NOTICE

BARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction).
GEORGE ALLEYNE
By Atty. REBECCA SEARLES

ALVA FITZ-GERALD KELLY





Defendant

IN pursuance of an Order in this Court
in the above action made on the 4th day
of January, 1950, I give notice to all
persons having any estate, right or inter-
est in or any lien or incumbrance affect- |

ng;

All that certain piece or parcel of land
(formerly part of the lands of Carlton
Plantation) situate in the parish of Saint | t
James and Island of Barbados aforesaid

6th February, 1950.

carton of 48x1 lb.
tins.
$9.04 per case or
carton of 48x% Ib.
tins.

36c. per 1 Ib, tin



POLICE TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

BARBADOS-BRITISH GUIANA CRICKET MATCHES
AT KENSINGTON OVAL





The following Rules for the Control of Traffic between the hours

10 a.m. and 7 p.m. on the days on which Cricket Matches will be
played at Kensington Cricket Grounds are published for general in-
Plaintift | formation.

va deel i
P, F. CAMPBELL,
Acting Colonial Secretary.

POLICE TRAFFIC RULES

Barbados-British Guiana Cricket Matches at Kensington Oval on
he 9th, 10th, 11th, 18th, 14th, 16th, 17th, 18th, 20th, and 21st days

20c. per % Ib, tin

containing by admeasurement two roods | Of February, 1950,

be the same more or less abutting and
bounding on lands of A, Jordan on lands
of the Estate of Elizabeth Sandiford, de-
ceased, on lands of the Estate of Nathan-
jel Lorde, deceased ,and on a road in
common or however else the same may
abut and bound, to bring before me an
account of their said claims with their
witnesses, documents and vouchers, to
be examined by me on any Tuesday, or
Friday between the hours of 12 (noon)
and 3 o'clock in the afternoon, at the
office of the Clerk of the Assistant Court
of Appeal at the Court House Bridge-
town, before the 8th day of March, 1950,
in order that such claims may be ranked
according to the nature and priority
thereof respeccively; otherwise such per-
sons will be precluded from the benefit
of the said Decree, and be deprived of | |
all claim on or against the said property.

Claimants are also notified that they
must attend the said Court on Wednes-
day the 8th day of March, 1950, at 10
o'clock a.m. when their said claims will

ranked.

i under my hand this 4th day of

, 1950,
aeeeetD, I. V. GILKES,

ff the Asst. Court of Appeal.
Ag. Clerk of the Ass $ apoeel.

OFFICIAL SALE

BARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
APPEAL e
(Equitable Jurisdiction).
EORGE ALLEYNE
qs By Atty, REBECCA SEARLES

Plaintiff

~ KELLY
ALVA FIT2-GERALD Defendant
OTICE is hereby given that by virtue
Pg Order of the Assistant Court of
Appeal dated the 4th day of January,



j



1950, there will be set up for sale to the | January, 1950.

highest bidder at the Office of the Clerk
of the Assistant Court of Appeal at the
Court House, Bridgetown, between the
hours of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the
afternoon on Friday the 10th day of
h, 1950;
en that certain piece or parcel of land
(formerly part of the lands of Carlton
Plantation) gituate in the parish of Saint
James and {sland of Barbados aforesaid
containing by admeasurement two roods
be the same more or less abutting and
bounding on lands of A. Jordan on lands
of the Estate of Elizabeth Sandiford, de-
ceased, on lands of the Estate of Nathan-
jel Lorde, deceased, and on a road in
common or however else the same may
abut and bound, and if not then sold the
property will be set up for sale on
every succeeding Friday between the
same hours until the same is sold for a

is 4th day of January, 1950
oe ae I. V. GILKES.

the Asst. Court of Appeal.
Ag. Clerk of the
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between
Lakes Folly and Fontabelle Road only and shall proceed in single

ceed on Fontabelle Road in the direction of Lakes Folly, except the
motor buses on Route No. 25.

enter Kensington Gap from Westbury Road.

parked in Fontabelle Road from the junction of Lakes Folly to the
so by way of Fontabelle Road.
| buses on route No. 25 and all vehicles approaching Kensington Oval

shall do so from the direction of Westbury Road.

ber of the Police Force. ’

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

1. In these Rules—

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

2. All vehicles proceeding in the direction of Kensington Oval

the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. shall, approach by way of

ine down Fontabelle Road.
3. Between the hours of 10 a.m, and 5 p.m. no vehicle shall pro-

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

5. Between the hours of 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. no vehicle shall be

unction of Westbury New Road.
6. After 5 p.m. all vehicles leaving Kensington Oval shall do

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

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

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

By Command,
E. L. WALCOTT,
Clerk, Executive Committee.
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OFFICIAL NOTICE

RARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction)

LIONEL EGINGTON ALLEYNE
—Plaintiff

JONATHAN COWARD Defendant

IN. pursuance of an Order in this
Court in the above action made on the
2th day of November 1949, I give notice
to all persons having any estate, right
or interest in or any lien or incumbrance
affecting all that certain piece or parcel
of land (formerly part of the Jands 01
Hillaby Plantation) situate in the parish
of Saint Andrew and island aforesaid
containing by admeasureinent one rood
on@ perch or thereabouts (of which area |
one perch forms part of the private
road mentioned) Ab itting
and bounding on lands of Alexander
Watson and on a road twelve feet wide
over which there is a right of way to
the public road or however else’ the
same may abut and bound to bring
before me an account of their saia
claims with their witnesses, documents
‘nd vouchers, to be examined by me on
any Tuesday, or Friday between the
heurs of 12 (noon) and 3 o'clock in the
efternoon, at the Office of the Clerk of
the Assistant Court of Appeal at the|
Court House Bridgetown, before the
8th day of February 1950, in order that
such claims may be ranked accordin)
to the nature = and priority thereof
respectively; otherwise such persons wil!
be precluded from the benefit of the
said Decree, and be deprived of all
claims on or against the said property .

Ciaimants are also notified that they

the said Court on Wednes-
day the 8th day of 1950, at)
10 o'clock a.m. when their said claims

will be ranked.
my hand this 29th day

Given under
of November 1949.

A. W. }
Clerk of the Assistant Ra: rt of Appeal. | |
3,12.49-—3n

ee

OFFICIAL SALE

IN THE ASSISTANT COURT |
OF APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction)

LIONEL EGINGTON ALLEYNE
—Plaintif |

.. Defendart |
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtuc
ot an Order of the Assistant Court o.
Appeal dated the 29th day of November
1949, there will be set up for sale to the
highest bidder at the Office of the Clerk
of the Assistant Court of Appeal at the

Court House, Bridgetown, between

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JONATHAN COWARD ..

February 1950, all that certain piece or
parcel of land (formerly part of the
lands of Hillaby Plantation) situate in
the parish of Saint Andrew and island
aforesaid containing by admeasurement
one rood one perch or thereabouts (of
which area one perch forms part of the
private road hereinafter mentioned)
Abutting and bounding on lands o
Alexander Watson and on a road twelve
feet wide over which there is a right
of way to the public ‘road or however
clse the same may abut and bound
and if not then sold the said property
will be set up for sale on every succeed-
ing Friday between the same hours
until the same is sold for a sum not
less than £72. 18, 4,

hours of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the
Dated this 29th day of November 1949

afternoon on Friday the 10th day of

HARPER,
Court of Appeal
3.12.49—3n

A. W.
Clerk of the Assistant



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TRINIDAD

Trestrail And Gomez
Miss Century

(By O. S. COPPIN)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Feb. 6.
SIX TRINIDAD WICKETS fell to-day for 140 runs
when Trinidad resumed their first innings of 233 for 4 in
the second day’s play in the second Jamaica-Trinidad Test

at Queen’s Park Oval to-day.
Rains, which fell intermittently*———
since Friday, cancelling play on
Friday and Saturday, fell threugh
Sunday night and early to-day,
and prevented play until 12.17.
The wicket was lively, and the
Jamaican bowlers gave their best
performance of the tour. The
Trinidad batsmen were pinned
down with accurate bowling from



delivery. Mudie continued from
the farm end, 250 going up afte:
278 minutes’ play.
Jeff Off The Mark

Both left-handers commended
a good length. although shielded
to-some extent from punishment
by the slowness of the rain-log-



the left-arm bowlers— Valentine sed Oval. The first four of the
and Mudie. Kentish ,too, was fast ay came off Mudie’s next ove!
and steady, commanding great re- when Gomez swept a shortist
spect from the batsmen. ball outside the leg-side to the
io ne-leg boundary, the ball just
Unrortunate z Fuller as he sprinted



Kenny Trestrail and Gerry Go- ound in an effort to save the
mez.were both dismissed in the boundary
nineties, Mudie deceiving Trestrail In the next over, Gomez did















THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE



LE

: / d th i ff Ferguson, in |

z hin, then five o er; " -

Tenants re a gift boundary to Bonit~-
Yachting, Boxing, ete. to ‘when he pitched one way out-

SCORE 373

to in trouble with the first deliv-

of the bails, but Gomez was still
in his crease. Gomez got into His
wicket and pulled a short one on
his pads to the square leg bound-
ary for four runs. Gomez push
one on the pads from Mudie to the
ieft of mid-on for a single to send
up 350 in 361 minutes.
Fergie Bowled

One run later, Valentine had
his first success, when he made
Fergusson play back on his wicket
to a leg break pitched well up.
The ball broke sharply. taking the
edge of the bat for Goodridge at
slip to take an easy catch to dis-
miss him for 14. Trinidad’s score
was then 351 for 8

Valentine, who had then bowled
20 overs unehanged to-day had

otal figures 35--8—66—1

t

iia
Cheers For Ramadhin

filled he breach
the over. Next over
missed being bowled
Ramadhin avoided the

t

ihin

Ramac
playin

o out

arrowly



yhen he turned one in
Valentine’s 21st consecutive over
to mid-wicket for a single nicely

the cheers of the crowd,
who clearly did not consider the
oung Indian as a batsman. Next
he glided Mudie for a brace,

amidst





















with one that came with the arm, ihe identical thing off Valentine °V*' : 3 ae
and having him stumped, while » enter his forties, Stollmeyer ##2)" being loudly cheered, even
Alfred Valentine caught ana” }roke his duck with single off defensive strokes bringing
bowled Gomez when only one j fudie ifter being at the wicket oud “noes from the spectators
short of the century. me 20 minutes with Gerry do- Onlookers were then anxious to
Gomez played a sound, pains- ig all the scoring. At the end s€e Gomez, who was in the nine-
taking innings, marred only by 4 ¢¢ the over hinch was taken, ties reac h his century before the
chance off Iffla at 56 , ad having added 31 runs to tenth wicket tumbled, Gerry co-
Valentine turned in an excellent total Gk thas the score operated, Syringe to< scare a8
performance, sealing off the Pavil- for 5. Gomez not out 44 rapidly as possible, getting a three
jon End for the greater part of idtmear nok cat 1 ete ‘ of Valentine’s next over
the day’s play. He sent down 24 ae e
overs unchanged to-day, finishing Gomez 50 Ramadhin also lent»support by
with the comparatively good fig- Play resumed promptly at 1.40 defending throughout Mudie’s
ures of 39 overs 2 maidens 79 runs m. with Casas fc regis / next over without attempting to
2 wickets. ming from south. Gomez « core. Gomez then drove Valen-
Jamaica in her turn at the wick- the third delivery powerfull; tine’s first offering hard to cover
et was even more subdued to the ngle, sending Stollmeyer for a single to send up the Indian
fast clever bowling from Lance in tT aneiaiaeall pipes gen gle ho late-cut the next delivers
Pierre. In one hour and a half ait ai ene like a veteran for three sterly
Jamaica lost two wickets for 56 © ‘Mudie siaiasAticia aiid tig runs. Gomez again took a single
+ ger runs. : ‘ nd, and Gomez delighted hard to cover nd Ramadhin
i bt Bonitto scored 25 in confident Mrkaied alien bi eee down played out safely
ie style before he was beaten by To oiled . + { outside the Gomez reached 99 turning Mu-
har leg-break from Ramadhin, while ‘APC On one ea te die to fine-leg next over, causing
| itis Rickards took just over one and a OU -S'UINI as RE DAY FOC. sanston ero A the sii te ee
2 quarter hours to score 17 not out ig to the left of point for a crisp ee em ar ey
{ 7 Jamaica's fielding this morning oundary a ace : ike dae
L et! showed decided improvement Gomez reached half centr i The first ball from Valentine
) Bead 7 . ; . ffedri' t i] aft Gerry playe ird to mid-wicket
Fi while Trinidad’s bordered on bril- n off-drive next ball after f . oa?
ay liance. i¢ for 106 ste ’ but wa : ) it a run after
iw : ctink 4 boundaries, Gomez hook- Bonitts heided thy The next
i Trinidad Resumes Innings Valentine’s first delivery off ball Gomez hit hard back to thé
Bet At 12.17 p.m., Gomez 20 and i for three to fine-leg, DOW’er, wno epted a ¢ h te
i Trestrail 86 resumed Trinidad’s his feet quickly, ee. ee ele ig und the
b first innings that stood at 233 for ent of his former self in nu- ‘, fOr i ta sé
vr 4 on Thursday, no play bei pos- ‘ is three figure’ innings congratulate the popular ini-
hs, sible on Friday and Saturda ntercolonial games. “Mudie now rae on his excellent effort
Ph Kentish bowled first from the bowled the first maiden of vhich was reminiscent of othe
aig Pavilion End anc Gomez took a cay to Gomez. Things quietened glorious innings he has played on
thd single to square leg off the first cown considerably, six overs pro 5 DOES ( Ground
hy ia ball while Trestrail pushed wide cucing just 20 runs when Keniis! a7 i: ad battec 201 minutes and
i i of cover for a single, the over Lrought on Iffla in place of Mudie we BONE \
ES Be yielding two runs. , ? d Gerry late cut the fifth ball ren he was out the score-
He Lumsden and Fuller fielded as ery fine full to Valentine at first board read 366/9/99
Yes substitutes for Groves and Neville lip. The ball hit the fielder’ Trinidad Out For 373
hd. Bonitto, while Valentine was able hand and continued onto the jy o100 pier or 373
i to take the field, the injury to his joundary, giving the batsman his ance Pierre, the fast bowler
Bh: ankle having improved satisfact- prct life at 56 replacing Prior Jones in this
i orily over the weekend. a : match was the last man in and
reas Kentish, deputising for skipper Jeff Out for 13 was off the mark with a swiped

Groves, brought on Goodridge
from the Screen End. The latter
with a leisurely run-up to the
wicket, bowled fast-medium in-

next over when Stoilmeyer play-
ed a bali behind, after jumping
cut to the pitch, allowing Binns

swingers. Both batsmen took xumple time to put down the wic-
singles to cover during the over. ket, while the batsman was off
balance.

Trestrail Stumped
Kentish took Goodridge off af-
ter a single over and brought on

Stollmeyer had scored 13 when
thus run out. The score was then
291 for 6. Guillen being the next

Mudie. Gomez cover drove the shan in
second ball f a single and {he batsmen proceeded slowly,
Trestrail facing smote a full tos ntil 300 were sent up after 32:
A hard out to extra cove! for 4 minutes’ piay, when Guillen took
i single. Kentish bowled at 8004 4 single off Iffla.
#1 pace sending down some sharp Shortly after, Guillen jumpe
ip inswingers some of which rap- 4yt to Valentine, to hit t
a ped Gomez on the pads In his of the series to the long-«
n second over, Mudie deceived pp oundary. But the batsman's ef
ee Trestrail with one that came With fort to liven things up did
i the arm. Trestrail played forward rve him well,

h down the wicket,missed and Binns The next over from Iffla, he
nee behind wicket brought off a smart viped one too many to give
} stump which was allowed by th f.orbourn out in the country

. umpire. Trestrail made his first ged cateh. Ferguson

well-jud
mistake in an elegant innings of : . got off the mark with

91 that lasted for 138 mir

J sin | late cut off Ifa, from whic!

which he struck five four rhe ihe batsmen ran four
score was then 243 for 5 Valentine bowled again fron
pavilion to Ferguson, wh

Appeal Disallowed aT fted the first delivery high over

Stollmeyer partnered Gomez” Yentish’s head at deep mid-off
ah and played out the over. — ._ fer four runs and then took a
ae The wicket was full of life single to square leg.
ek ene aoe a ana Gomez facing, on-drove for
An e batsmen looOK no chances 7 tha . ler ory
ae Kentish in his next over found Ifa, one ae the = t
yd the edge of Jeffrey’s bat but the p,))' of the wt a shottish leg-
So) ball travelled along the ground. pregk on the off stump for four
at: In the next over from Mudie, -yn;

} another one with the arm beat With the score at 329, Mudie
Gomez, Binns again whipping off yelieved Iffla at the Farm end
the bails, but the appeal for stump Gomez pulled the third ball wid
was disallowed. The next ball of deep square leg for a couple
dropped outside the leg stump Fuyller at deep square leg cutting
and Gomes hauled bard but the off smartly with one hand
-. outfield only permitted a The first ball of Valentine’s next

ice. over, a well flighted leg sak
Off the last ball the batsman completely bat” les Myo
drove through covers and ran Umpire John disallowed the
_” Gomez stealing the bowl- stump appeal. Ferguson swept
. the next ball har¢ » square
Valentine replaced Kentish leg boundary, eo er
from the pavilion end, Gomez Mudie beat Gomez with the first

making a single off his secondball next over, Binns whipping

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Valentine made up this first ball

single over mid-on's head, but his
stay did not last long, Mudie clean
bowling him at exactly 3.30 p.m
tor Trinidad’s innings to close at

373, Ramadhin being not out 12
Valentine, who had bowled 24
overs unchanged emerged with
the figures 39.2/9/79/2
Jamaica Bats
At 4.02 p.m, Colin Boni and
Thorbourn opened Jamaica
np to the n :
Tre from I
Pierr opened t ball,
nade é
t in t } ‘
u hn hat of J Bonitto
turn the fourt » short
a € for a single rhor-
bo 1 facir N r l it
vi
{yome too char from
| ilic en nd had Bonit-



‘The Weather

TODAY
Sun Rises: 6.22 a.m.
Sun Sets: 6.06 p.m

Moon (Last Quarter) Feb
ruary 9.
Lighting: 6.30 p.m.
High Water: 7.26 a.m., 7.47
p.m,
YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington) Nil

Total for Month to Yester
dey: .63 ins,

Tem perature (Max.) 83.0°F

Temperature (Min.) 69.5°F.

Win! Direction (9 a.m.) E
(8 p.m.) E,

Win! Velocity: 11 miles per
heur.

Barcmeter (9 a.m.) 29.971
(3 pum.) 29,887.








SUCH INTERESTING

THANX To
BARNEY “TOLK,
206 £. 422 ST, Ny.
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side the leg stick for the batsman
®o hit it to squareleg boundary.

The first hour’s play produced
34 runs, both batsmen being una~
ble to take liberties with the
twe spinners.

Skipper Stollmeyer now took
the ball from Ramadhin, but did
not find a length offering the
batsmen rank full tosses whichy

Thorbourn Bowled were treated with overdue care
Gomez was now swinging far instead of the leather being
too wide of the stumps and one Knocked off the ball, the over
full one wide of the leg stump’ SS ae instead
beat Guillen and went through, , .
to the boundary for four runs. Ramadhin now changed ends,

Bonitto got well over the last coming from the Pavilion end and
ball of the over pitched up to Was immediately successful, when
him and drove it hard past Pierre Bonitto came down the matting
at cover for four runs. to a legbreak, missed, and was
Pierre bowled again from the oar ant? iy for 25, the score being
ar" e

a late outswinger.

farm end. The third ball from
Pierre, a fast inswinger forced Groves came in mmself and
Thorbourn to cover up in his got off the mark immediately,

wicket, but pace and swing de- ‘ ll he received
ceived him and the ball took his taesuats on for a brace.
leg stump behind him. Thorbourn ¢;:.jjmeyer continued, still not
had not yet opened his account. finding a length, although the over
Jamaica’s score was then 10 for only yielded a ‘single. Ramadhin
one , Oo
ST Dy : hen forced Groves to concede a}
Rickards partnered Bonitto and cea Stolimeyer relieving him-|
was off the mark with a single elf with Ferguson so that the}
to point off the first ball he ainnaes now changed ends.
received from Pigrre. Bonitto ” Ateer Rickards took a single|
square cut the last ball of the early, Groves took a lusty off-j
over to deep third man for a sin- drive for four, losing the pall}
gle. Gomez with well mixed Gown the drain. The replacement|
outswingers | and inswingers sent of the ball was acceptable to both
down a maiden over to Bonitto. Captains and the Umpires.
4 Ramadhin overtossed his fifth
Rickards Resolute ball next over, Rickards accepting
Pierre, bowling at a great pace. the challenge, smacking it to the
met a straight resolute bat from ,,j¢-wicket boundary. This sent
Rickards who took a maiden from ,,,, 50 in 85 minutes. Groves then
him. Ramadhin misfielded a de- took a single with a scoop to mid-
ive stroke to mid-on by wicket off Ferguson, Rickards
Bonitto off Gomez and the bats- then gliding the last delivery for
men took an easy single to send anottier single.

Bonitto to face Pierre. Ramadhin then bowled the last
onitto turned the first ball of or of the day, Rickards pulling
1e over to square leg for a brace - ort one off the pads to the mid-
and gently pushed the féurth ball, a icket boundary to make the
a slower one, to short fine leg for (j\.ing score today 56 for 2,

single. Rickards, facing, mishit pi-;ards not out 17, Groves not

t ball of the over, another s tras i
lower one; but the ball travelled °U* g, extras 6, made in



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rORIES WILL WIN GEN. ELECTION %•* >il a? f r lr"' ieje. T 7 Barbaiws Quorate Prirf: VE CRNTS %>r SS. Sir John Shaw tarried A Shot Gun Defends The Empire (From Our Own Correspondent) LONDON, Ken. ft. JOHN SHAW, farmer Governor of Trinidad, btt Eft* an article in the London Time* lo-daj entitled o,Wonisl nVn.nl li %  <. :i Fr:ink rrvirw f I ^siniH*" over 3(1 vears h is obviously writ! gToaeat Colonial knowledue is limited hut should SMf,, be partieularlj interests %  rftlH \ 111 j U W % % %  i %  %  %  %  %  mic and poiitici %  %  %  Ihe past 3<> >. %  tlrst woi %  %  %  %  %  %  Heferrn. important has beer %  I \ew Oil In enezuela? Meet Middle-East Competition LOHDON. ra Lit Is diortly ,1 •** 41 polil | jfjokof London .i'id Si n'fi pptt published in London, ItiiFw points oul lh.it the g wnpctition of Middle Antes b likely to thrust me mar%  B DUJV 't necessary lor pta M Hbarate ts policy, % %  binclude the granting aMiicesions— prohibited nr Utt tew Hpeuelan % %  nftiM-M in comment I | Recognition HFram*o-S|>aiii IWOM/rfS ASK Fob a tfUlt Ai < ^ %  M States withhold _Jtana:ir Pw aivp Council of thn %  to At Umi 0F pla> %  of Russian propagaiidpuocil nked %  P' %  t MM ir< i at thr Unit* Full %  mwntini: B%  s %  ^B Ami'i' N. 11 addr i Heutcr &4KS "DAILY EXPRESS" Truman \sked Eden Makes Election Speech i • %  %  i mux iii.ii %,|. ,,rt hit.i % %  %  mat gr*W into seeantntng twleV * hit ithr dog 1 freedom and IMI'I* hul l( >uu ll\r %  erett) llttlr puppi will grow— before y4a hm u Tin sot* uiii prett] Bag i pleat] oi Bpai i Police AIM I Mob Clash In S. Africa %  % % %  % %  day Dur: Bantu for political experiment %  economic motives ui is not, hov %  %  11. iu i riiiii"[5alltl TourY Vmerk-a LONrxw %  JanojuernT ho aW-WyearLstocross m* we more JJJC this to-i W^tK,^:; ... dr*?* %  % % %  %  ai"* 1 ITWM '" %  Nceth \ I I %  narfu ir Krutct Continuous (tains /N ANTIGUA %  %  %  %  %  i %  %  %  %  %  Vtehal! Typists Object to L.M. Ulvertisement LtOMf % %  W TYPISTS %  Be !" ar'• Chiang '*. IllS|l.\ t>rld Rejects Jerusalem's Uivision GENEVA. I :...! Jamaili. Iraoj delegate to the Trusteeship Council, to-day declared that the aid could not accept the put torward by Uogei UK Councils .vision of Jerusalem into itl -m addreaxins the 1 at the beginning Aral meeting to discuss the 'working paper" for an intenui%  .jiine for Jerusalem. J.imaill said: If this Council %  by the I'resident, not only will i parting from Itl beak Function bul it will tiao Q the Miu; inr | vci> long time to come. %  %  %  ;. yrerj an patent Ith ind how much bbhMb I itrlfo will come tbOUt lem is cut to pHl —Rrutrr Her hu pecta c led aU hair and %  i I men has pro%  %  Renter. ingriil Bergman Wauls No Publkilv HOME KoberU. Itoasellini ...mi to-night that Infour-daj old baby the prae:, JournalUnt said the i MM would %  ^lisa Berg%  ITerent. ii i RoaaaUlnJ ad%  I tiade n %  but it was gentlmt he was th It 0non p4iotograpnad foi %  %  does not want — Ki uii Malian PoKce Find Vx arMuiiilioiiTrafrit' HOME Italian uncovered a "colossal trar*. .a Pales* A IIK news* paper, "II Paese" eiltajed Eoman Brm ...ntllng of weapons I %  The ti'Mthc wai the paper reported, when police %  A' found "giant arsenals" of mortars, bomb detonators an in bullets lentil the pcltc* a man "with considerable influ.ivcrnment circles in the capital." Reuter. %  %  %  Uggstnts %  i Last July 2U. as he BJ (umpaniu!. ig a fasnionaDlc IA>^ Angeles restaurant lieutenant. Edwam Killed —Renter —I M-AidMavNot Continue To Strengthen Peace Policy I NEW YORK, Feb. 6. *"i n stronger polio %  !->% %  .' and help to strcngthei Uom has been mad %  •tit Truman m 158 prommeni Atv.eri •• Signatories include. Mr James P. Wardburg, prom York financier. Mr Robert Seerod. historian anrt fht, Mrs Nnrma. • LHiiMua. and well inoem vnters. prntensor^ an Phey urged the l'resi lOpt .t "men affirm at iv toward halting \vorl< vnnomir warfare and itch over fron to eg li i "affirmative leader•Mp towai Ptie 'cttei ted that the •hOUtd support | lesotutum befnre Congress to pledge American aid in constituting the United Mationa :is a limited form of world Government". \o Illusions The Fcoei.U.i Scientists. representing 1.5IK including forked on the atomic bomb O-nari Pn kSenl Trurnan to IT %  vim empheati .ud in ; tli-t the Am. in. in now thai if Uw ttatea i>uiit Hydrogeti RunUani will buitd tiem also We ntiat have no illusions of aaeufftty based on ntonOpol] "f .i supei G Wolfe, Chairman Of the Ken oration end pe^eejor >f physics, tpld repertan ":is bma as we slick io atomic energy as an to get anywhere We aider atomic energv il*n nv %  %  between the (fatted M Ffutala —Reuier. LONDON. I %  • il. fcfOII PKOPLK intend to vote t'on^ervative than Labour 11 at the Britiah (ienerul Klectinn on Kehruary 2:1. accordins; to th* lateM poll of public opininn published hv the Conservative "Daily Express" here to-di.\ But intending Col made up acx'ordinc to the strawpoll now number mly 45J .iainst 44'. for the Labour Party. Tin* 'Dnilj Kxpress" a week ago m the proportions aa r ibotti ed said tieagainst eight and a naif per cent in the previous week. -^ The "Dolly Kxprewr added that %  /flfft/f ##*•*> the floating vole was bigger than >l^upitf 5 fl th0 Election fir IT ria*>f*/ffl N not know h) %  would vote FUrj those : i hour • voted %  d with 63% in KcutT Communists Plan Capture W. Berlin BERLIN. Feb. 6. Usuall> tellable Oeraaan sources Inidaj rep>rteo that %  SBOctal iwnnninlil eat 'ip t" rtud) the eobteaaj %  >( capturtni Woat loclin by October whej Ciernum alactioos bo Unltj Pai icilin. pa %  u. to then* same sources oeetded ihat th ill-out campaign to bring the Western sectors of the ii should %  nh ,i hub point mi Whlt-Sunlay, May 28. when hall .. miilmi 4 the Comaaunlat domlited frei i iatuuui Youth an scheduled i otta Tne sou i i date, Kast Barun'i police forci will have been raised (r I2.tnxi -trong. .eath Weat Berlin to i.. ROMR. Fet> 6. Aid Mission lo4d Reoi' ho thou^it i ue alUT 1952. %  %  ue hat knowkxtan about the Programme' %  pportunitii offered if Italy and othei Kuropeai tnrad .in private capital ill. lUilv i Kuropean countries must havt .... i>when lnv M > .i Keuirr ilu I'm n Truapx Leave \aple# lor Somaliland NAI'LKS. Monday. Two Italian tioopships with i officers for Somaliland nVugotta on the liist lap of th-: %  %  leave Augusta for Somali % %  anal rota In %  Somaliland the bout 1.000 -trong— will at Meika and KitSouth ol Mogadishu to Hritisn forces Political re believe rture point for Italy's return t<, Augusta for fear oi •• Lemonatratiom —Renter %  .lie pubuet] placing down "ir%  ponalble rumours uf %  % % %  %  oaMe tbnt th. l nttj I'.utv hai out tin irogvamme for the Whlt^ull de%  rbai beUert thai Ua u to whether the demonstrator; re mereij to make an impreealvc aaaefaj march through West erlin M whethei tht) would tr> %  captun by force ftftlhi not niti! May '*he decision would rest upon de•lopments in Cennan. '.orld situation in the onth* — Renter. Eden Calls For friendship %  n, who woulo be Bnttah roretan Bejeratary i( Kehniiterui%  %  loadsaid: iingeii %  UmateKlec. %  ,i with %  in Lof| let Kuasla. It ..n be %  until ;e. President Truman invoked Tait-HarHe> the aan un to ieiurn io a he nation's coal reserves %  TO believed to Ite ilown to only IS days' MpnL) Reuter. Dla Lasting Peace riilner %  Uom h iifrlcullie*. No interiuiluiii.il macttl %  leas tin Mlling u> loin ii. ->kc of the %  ConforUnit) a/lth wealth, %  Uantii Ha i n of B Uk .iffsirs he %  BB but able lag foi more i' ': and close the dollar gap i Bd of Marshal %  —Renter. Pope Pius To Bless Tomb VATH AN CM Pope Plus XII will Solemn Requiem Mass in the sistme Chapel the I ith anniversary ol i Aftei th bless the tomb of Pop< Peten Kmler Ten Ywi To frCalch,., FinHvdro-Electricit) JAP INDUSTRIAL OUTPUT RISES %  Mac Arthur, %  %  R-Uler L(MMr Slraiidfd On Italian Ship RJOA, Feb 6. uuo passengers, booked glo lor South .ne eve oi the departure tonight when the Italian ned her as It] be presse-; ike part ot the Italian soon as Parliament approves their d | %  tonight trying to And berths for the passengers ruotball CeaOMi \ Gun Ualllf lied and ad ona ol them In a gun-battle neai .lowed an unpopttbn lootball win. The battle took p .itskirts of the villagi football %  abounag villagi Uttataglie had l>eaten the Caro0 ill The home team said it was ,m "unfair debuaaf taking th* Gnitiatag. unporten %  MoaMtd on the OUt-kuts of Carovino by about AOij —Rewler Lt'iiin's Works Itriiii: Revised BERLIN. P> lanheit. monthlj Communiat-domln Unity Par C.crman Conimuulsls dial the I dnaen Ol the eollectro works of : %  'f 'Trot(rfitrabajid. 1 The (German edition <>f the '. issued in 1W4. that I Kre the great trials ol be Trotskyist and Slnovtevlet wiidit*". the paper -aid. "It it veU-knpwn that the. Trotskyis'railors hud managed to establish In the Marx Engels Lenin Institute in Moscow." It is obvious that th> thej could to interpret Leninism .Killing in footnotes." We must sharpen our vigilance n the ideological front again*! such Trotskyist contraband and Ij-ntn." Tlw papvr aiuuMUtLCU 11 i LoiuaVB woiks was iMMiig prepared, "which give* <|Uite t picture."—Reutec. French \uvai Forces Will Be Strengthened MIr FIVE DIE IN FIRE %  Amene-il.,.ei i-vOHlS uiHiei thi ;imme to aaesn W%  i weaanl be *nt to ienl also requested a meditiin-elaad tar, these officials request has been delayed, how%  .iope. The bulk of Franco's share un. %  %  lured weapons nacesaar. i modern—Reater. Nt-hru Condt-mns Propaganda NKW DKLHI Ft Itahru, PtaaM of India, to-day condemned Pek'rtan propaganda about Ka'Mii an Scandalous He lulU i : netting a bit oxnauvted -r' .-mpstgi, ol calumny, often supthe loreti WHl India had made it clear she would lift the trade ban on Soutn the South African, dewed Its action iigarding Indian* in Boutl tot gotng to budgr an nut hi* every step over Kashmir was 'dead right Neniu Hydrogen bomb he said: mot combine the two—to use the Hydrogen bomb and to expect any dece: Paints by Lewis Berger & Sons, Ltd. of London. 1 III Be f ore Pnlntlni ot I>Itemperi n: \ platter 01 concrete walla, or aboetlnej ol ,i*liev|,,. i. Iu|( \ i-lr. ( ana ,i ttvai al • • %  DUSSEAL PRIMER It will ensure | loVaJ] snioolli linish ..ml climin.ie tliii |iMicli\ uneven a pp eal Look ;.t iiie IH-.I loan m the laland. Thev irr . Dl.'SSI \! iiiiis \^k \oiu !). %  ilnl fnf t-ta> rrlntfve fnlaV. rar .pplv in: GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD. Bridgetown, — Sole Agents



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PACE TWO THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, FEBRUARY Qahib Ccdliw} Women's World F-Of 10 catch a (limps* f.'io* Jamaicar. flure One resakman In particular, had a -• %  nsra hanjlnc around hi Mat jBjatd Canb. "I'm g :..m and what** • to ask him a few T"fl*fftf mr*flf." and he wasn't I press either Surprise Party A .-MSEPAR1Y waf given at the home at air. and Mrs FrtnX -Opnnei in honour I' •of Pat. who celebrated hia Zlst Btr on Saturday eveninf There was the usual cake cutting, %  peaches were made and thera was also dancing throughout the p Among thoa* present were HttL Mr OeTbert Bannister, Miss ;.p*. Mr Ronnie Mce. Mis* Betty Archer. Mr and Mrs Edward Archer. Mr ftoddie Austin. Miss Nancy SouthHinds. Miss Sheila %  Magie Field. Miss Btagrv Southwell. Miss Jo %  tor. Mi** Kathleen Connor and many other* ^(curate Pen Pictures laying a* Ifca Windsor Hotel A ThsTVuti Interesting and Enjoyable M ISS CEC1LE MUSSON. Bermuda journalist, returned home on Sunday BMI Trans-Canada Airlines after History of The Bahamas A on the litutlonal Hist< I ich have Wer I Nassau Tribune bv Mr ' in book form born Mr Bargains ? %  to raise the well worded tales talk the two dresses which B I were soW f< I r* each Mrs II W Pee%  %  Carlo understands •.rial for Just une of •esses cost over forty doltnty made % %  : • a On Extensive Tour M il JA Murray %  rs laurtnfl the V. %  %  lell and the I'SA %  i hero ftansterday b> H W I A for T %  %  "* %  £: All Sizes %  mi Wednesday a %  tha lady % %  Hi me %  latest Miss LAINE KIN'KEAIl Beauty Expert Arrives Today M ISS ELAINE KINKKAI) I beauty demonstrator on thr naff of Da LftcL. Lon(t'.n. i ** "*? Trtnid d -_. Miss Musaon told Carib that she had a moat interesting and enjoyable stay in the two colonies and asked to say "au revoir" to f?OR those who were up front, all those who contributed towards av the Mannequin Parade at the making her holiday so pleasant. Drill Hall on Saturday was deShe hopes to return to the islar.d finitely a fine show About eleven soon again. rd got around that the During her stay Miss Musaon Cabaret was about to begin, and collected valuable material for a everyone surg'-'l forward in front series of articles. The articles will 'age. be written on such varied subjects This had the M.C. very woras the proposed Federation of ttafl n'-'i I uggest you go outside B.W.I., the colony's educational and bring In ome chairs" he said, system and the history of the Jews ill last for over In Barbados. Her own family an hour and a half" Then the originally went from Barbados la fun started For six hundred odd Bermuda. people to go through the sole exit. Miss Musaon also wished to a doorway about four feet in say "thanks" to officials of both width onto the grounds and relne Public Library and the turn laden with chairs, was Just Museum and Historical Society m.[*.",Ur 0 W A Degazon is an eye specialist in that col< %  % %  rns on the programme by local ar'i %  %  proceeds of thr evening given to (he St John' chuckle* testified to the success of Lord Beginner's song writing. The other side of the record is "Matrimony." Once again the warning buzzers sounded and as the red light reappeared on the studio wall. Lord Kitchener, to the accomp.* of much arm waving and body swaying, told of his adventure* on the Underground. Apparently he kept his eye on a pretty girl instead it 'ooking at the namea Of .'.ion* BUd as a result he got carried way past his d) and eventually had to enlist thi aelp of Mutteo—40c. per lb. Veal—40c per lb. Liver. Teeuree, Kidney Head (All Kinds)—30c per lb. Lights (All Kinds)— 26c. per )b. New Fashions Discussed By Dorothy Waddington PARIS. Feb. X Many new ideas seen in the spring fashion shows here were causing lively discussion today. Christian Dior, inventor ol the -new look" has introduced "the vertical line", enhancing the natural feminity of the woman of today—natural shoulders, tiny %  Mais, with interest focussed on the bodsce Piguts cape and blouse backs establishes his new mushgaa. Softly tailored ensembles in Prince of Wales woolen and silk crepe round out the collection. The traditional suit is continued at balenciagas fine, swept drapery on afternoon dresses is featured. The newest note In the presentation is the Floradora %  M The best example of This is a sheaf gown to below the knee. The deep hem consists of two spiral flounces. It is worn with an enormous cartwheel hat trimmed with a long feather bow that wraps about the neck. Pique afternoon dresses and infanta lace evening gowns create a contrast. Hard Unlovely Fates LONDON. (By Mad) Women are imitating men in a way "disastrous to themselves. jocietv. and the Kingdom of God," according to the Rev. Alec Miller Stephens, bachelor vicar of Birtley. Durham country. Rev Stephens told his 12.000 parishioners in a parish letter •-hat women "pass us in the streets with their hard, unlovely .**• aping men's dress and habits." He suggested that women should stick to jobs like teaching, child welfare work, and nursing — but their most important task is to be good wives and mothers. GLOBE THEATRE TO-NHiHT S.30 P.M. I IN I ( (,N11 s [ JITTERBUG. BALL ROOM. TAP I)\N(| N( C OatK SKETCHES — T.. ni Hinds & Co. CROONING by Herman Crilchlow, Eddy H,^ MUSIC hy Clfvt GiUens' Full Orchct| n WEDNESDAY 8th at 9 p.m. — For onrDTToKiT MARGARET T. O'BRIEN & ROBT. PRESTON — IN — T HE BIG CI TY THURSDAY 9TH, LOCAL TALENT SH0yv"~ Body Beautiful Contest & Rlll'MBAS by LA BELLE SUZETTE. EMPIRE THEATRE NO SHOWS TODAY. TOMORROW WFDNISIllr at 9.15 [....I. Eagle Lion Films presents: — PAUL HENREID JOAN BENNETT "HOLLOW TRIUMPH" The slory of a man who murdered himself and lived to nm\ n. CROSSWORD Plumps Score H The Navy's Here T IB H M s DEVONSHIRE due here today with anothf %  rowd of ) Comings and Goings M P H. F STOKES. Director of Stokea & Bynoe Ltd. returned fiun. TriniU*d b> H\V I A on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bow en and two children left for Grenada by BW.IA. on Monday for a holiday. Mr. Bo wen is Manager <>t MsaSffS. V. De Lima and Co. Barbados Branch. Mr I). A. Cheney, Assistant Canadian Trade Commissioner, stationed In Trinidad arrived on Sunday by B.W I A Mr. Pal Wallbrtdse. Sales ManIfar Of Singer Sewing Machine LONDON. (By Mail. New British fashions are demanding models with more cunas .vasinRly plump" wii! find 1950 "their year" Already plumper mannequins from Northern England are re < policeman to get back placing the taller, willowy London to the right station. This calypso models. is omllrd "Underffcound Trail." Miss Nellwyn Hawkndge. memand is backed by "Nora.'' ber of a prominent Northern mannequin agency pointed out. Both these recordings are likely 'Average measurements in Lon%  a be available i n England about don are: hips 38 ins., bust 32—34 the end of February and they will in,. probably be on sale in the West North country models average Indies some *ix or eight weeks hips 38-39 ins. and bust 36 ins. l r —LN.S. OLYMPIC III! VIKI NO SHOWS TODAY. TOMORROW WEDNOl at 9 p.m. tanas .a.i-eO. iSi I bud 4 *piMtr ::> Ui *Mr. (4 %  Elp.S.lSl.K) tOO.at lot IMKlOli Rupert and the Caravan—23 Bobby Soxers talking Co %  returned from St. Lucia on about nothing els* for the patt few Sunday by BW1A. days, and as a matter of fact, not only the Bobby Among the passengers leaving on Saturday evening by the *Lad> had better watch Nelson 1 was Mis* Cynthia Hackett your 'gal' frirnds. and girlv see of New York She has just spent that your sratchlni bo> friends arcut three months' holiday *ilh her familv here \l\ THE \\ \^ %  %  -. %  ., %  %  ii oranges If rei la ighti i liul ... Bi-ix-s will probably %  \ HI K—r %  %  .1 and other t<> the great -iTiust ent of the go-aheads who aattorid the ytuff. iiecausc he saw an npWO pairs 1 h glass of Cheval Blai. was, said ness let me add that the same story was told of Prunk RigiolaH (opposite VaitH tha Hecasae Mv Mistake >airs ol have pointed out that In th.about Homei quoted the other day posed Khndiu. and Chu>. I dmil *lule the Una am satisfied that my correspondents are right W HEN Mis lioduiv of H Nelson-crescent, opened BSM hen-house yesterday a glaxier In fur breeches whistled at her She Hy Hvaehcomber was so alarmed that she trod on tha) eat Latar, *he (conltnu.d af Ihe (twit OJ* next colun-i^ 1 pjM iroTittnued at foot of next column). Later, she tcoi-i?.ued aj feat "i "'ii rohi'im). Later, she. as above. I>r. Rhubarb'* Corner Mrs. B writes My nerves hare acne lo pieces, because ray husband Mrs hu porridoe uilh a paper-kmfe and opens his fell ITS u'Ufi the porridye spoon. I fn'd him 1 iron Id hare to leatv hi'n if this went on. He said he onh< did il In fun What am I to do" Ur Rhubarb says: Marriage is mostly give and lake. Why don't you test him by retaliating? Stir your porridge with a poker and open your letters with a thick bit of lead piping. S PECIAL VALUES in "TROPICALS BF.ST PRICE IN TOWN 6.72 6.83 6.88 7.08 Hupen *nd Siikw |aa • 'tugglt IO Bit I'M 6-' %  K> tll i>ed thai i S ihem *nd > %  piuw lot brcjih. H.prmi-iig*d to |r 10 h lass, tasl luddenly he 'urn. n %  Look, look, u' Bcppo 1" he a ei. uppenvj and !o!to*d mv here. Think in horr.d min didn'i MC aVppo. -om inside I" %  -id*n %  • *ortd t UII LO the door li In wax mccaanicai aou mi* is stMOroea. 161 •-:isi ;* tare to s.cr. (*J . BrMO) .—-. ismvs iJi I !•". H ioOSWI I .. I i il noaro oa woico J.J draw. |7| IV. Ftie Si* ot nrn ..fminf. Ui OJ Sound* s> u uses ••- n*ad >i it M-'.u, ,:v 'J of otui ot Hyar Pan. isi is ilooumentai iSi %  asm i 3t'-a> oi :.i uouskk (Si I HSBM 'I a Dicsaiis cliaraewr. 8 BardM i riJ> may o ln oun*| uenc* it> 6. Mouav id. 1 A OM actor. 171 i H Hi %  laM oatM may wnatr. tli tU Here's a tr:.dOiM. i. 17 A m.std d>n i4i IS UadouoteOiy trua. i4) 21 Leiiera ol a lavyof 'Jl • 14. rir. it i atio, 19 ciota t %  Pen 31 htitr* ti Vo** n*-i> > IBM. \\ Ktroi l /^. | mm mam %  PHILIP im %  wan J& IUURA sium • CUE mam Kind \OI ATM (IIB t'lKEMA Members Only) rONIOHT THURSDAY NIGHT .i*. 8 30 JOII.\ IOVKS MAIIV" BUlTlnf RONALD REAOON. JACK CARSON, EDWARD ARNOLD. WAYNE MOHKIS, VIRGINIA FIELD ana kilradueini HATRICIA NEAL Warnrr Broi. Mirthful Comedy Presented by THE BRITISH COUNCIL THE COLLEGE HERALDSl in a programme of SPIRITUALS With three Piano Interludes! by VfcRNA REEI> — at — "Wakefield", H hit* Park HLDNESDAV FEB. 8th at S.15 p.m. HOW THEATRE NO SHOWS TODAY. TOMORROW WBDtOSs] a( 7.30 p.m. The MC.M Detective Story "SCENE OF THE CRIME" Starring VAN JOHNSON — GLORIA Dl HAVES TOM DRAKE Terror, Mystery and Romance KOYAL Till VIIH TODAY TUESDAY at 8.3U p.m. The Republic double B1LLE ELLIOTT in "VIGILANTES OF DODGE m AND "COWBOY AND THE SEN0RI1A" Starnnj ROY ROGERS FUZZY KNIGHT A Programme ol Thrills and Action '.VAV.V//,V///.V,V///,V/.V.V.V.VA'.VA'''"''" > ALL AT. $6.25 EVANS AND WHITFIELDS Wm HOOFS l.VW PAHTITMOXS We Oiler M 1MIMIM CORRl GATED BBBRS Lengths B It., to lu It., v.idth 2 It. KARLIT INSULATING WALL BOARD Lengths: It. to ID ft; Width: 4 (L KARLIT HARDBOARD Lengths: 6 It., to 8 It., width 4 It GALVANIZED BRC. EXPANDED MM U Lengths: 8 It., and It., width 2 It. 24 gauge. Sole AgenU for the AVENUE QUALITY MEN'S SHOE 14.40 JOHN WHITE SHOES A New Delivery Juit Opened BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LIMITED. DIAL JOSS JUST RECEIVED 1-1* Hoi PF.ARL BARLEY l- tins OATMBAI Large CREAM OF WHEAT Small CREAM OF WHEAT Large QUAKER OATS with China ware Large ROBIN HOOD OATS with Glass Tumbler 1-16 tin TONO Tina NESTLES CREAM Tina FRUIT — Paara. Pineapple, straw berries. INCE & Co.. Ltd. 0IAI 223o OBUCK ST. -•-•.-.v.-.-.-.-.-.-.•.-.•.-.-.-.•,-.•,-.-,-.•.-.-.•.-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,.,-,-,-.-,.,-,.,....-,-. Esg^si SB Factory .. Requirement Kelvin Boiler Compound Arrowhead FiV • P'*ss c Sewing Twine kS PLANTATIONS LIMIT"



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PAGE I'D! B THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, nnnt ARY BAiwosjd.ADvowTE The Cost Of Electricity fc" — %  —-I" ....... __ n [lull b Tb* AdTOtlM Co Ltd M. HroM St. Brtd#rtB* TuesHav. Fehruar\ MAN Barl-*oV~ "* II I \lll > ill 14 S HI H not km justified by '.he fact* thoufc!. .-nts per KWH. which na'uraUy Diterctied in the iuo,t:c:. quite hifh. especially by Communists Have More Than 5 Million Fifth Columnists Sugar THE essential point in the West Indies Sugar Conference which will be held in Grenada at government level later this month is that there should be unanimity in the demands for greater consideration for our sugar. There can be no backing down from the demands made 1; Sugar Producers' Delegation, in fact I events have emphasised the need tot Indian emphasis The inclusion of British Honduras in the Wist Indies quota another nibble at West Indian sugar restriction. And Great Britain while pretending to recognise the urgency of the problem facing the West Indies if she does not pay fair and reasonablepne fur sugar has committed herself by agreement to purchase 50,000 tons of sugar from Formosa. It is not yet certain whether within th' twelve months that island out in the Far East will be Japanese. Chinese or Communist. In that Great Britain has limited West Indian production by limiting the exportable quota inclusive of British Honduras to 630,000 tons and then agreed to buy sugar from %  counll only. but who may be a potentil ination in the neai I n Mr. Bustamante ma(i> tion for a in front in this matter, n was not would beat is fortunati ll could have been I era' Deleg..' ests of sugar producers, the same can hardly be said of delegates selected by the Govern men' Barbad D. G. Lea. Legislative Council ai.o ber of the Exec.." Mr. (: H Adams, M.c : mment in the House of .. ml of the Barl League and President of the liarbadog Labour Party. Ti I I Will M 11 Hire' also a member ol Hindi This means thai will be in the hai the Oon nun I I > %  '• % %  UM Sugar Producers' view and the I.alioui But far althere li the fact that II be able to come t their : inimoui is unfortu: should have to be i I not have been necessai the Inexplicable attitude ol thi Latx. cerned with the coat of Hi worker loan v.. %  Ina.' It is not i ad and appi 1 London. Thev tell and the possible nip' tween the Ifothei Couatr) Honduras I and ) 11 '.: not • II the Home i ,$*** no doubt that here Barbados the demand for electricity will continue to increase, and we are all much interested in the policy of thCompany with referleems er.ee to future "PT" !" 1 LiJ* (Bv JOHN 1.1 I 1 US. Stttl I orrovpondcnl I ., complant In view of recent expen'".* a> arc all users of electricity m prison with 2 ces in Ontario ence will they buy more Diesel PAKli (By .Mai.I the island. It happens also that The rates there may be somewhat engines? As an Engineer I cannot. „,,_,,,. t ial fa e Cominform. in the during the 3 pent in higher now but not much I believe, help having grave doubts of .he %  Canada, following my profession an( ) making every allowance for wndom of doing so. though i event of war, could count on the aid ol nearly as a Mechanical and Electr. al different local conditions, the dlsrecognise the merits of the diesei . one _v, a if; million militant Communist Engineer, 1 had a lot of expen[rclM ncv seems startling, in its proper place and for pur-| ence with electrical utilities oper*" poses for which it is socady fifth column adherents in 14 non-iror-curated by: In view of the recent breaksuitable I certainly have no axe ^ n £ uronean countries has been circulated public ownership. downs of machinery and resulting to grind in the matter, in an £: I arrived In Canada in the year shortage of electricity, it would my Interest being solely that of a today in i-aris. 111, when the great public ownerseem opportune to have the whole user of electricity who feels

> uic cour ,t r j eSi which specializes in information l.eld to themselves. Power was uuc ,t,on the wisdom ol installing Company management indicate „ oct „„ e.,.. !" developed at Niagara Falls sr.d J,,^,, mflne Ma d of steam that th. recent troubles are imirom eastern turope. ether suitable places, and dls'rit urb ,nes puted to a combination of delectThe bulletin pointed out the Comir.lorm ZXTT, ss. ^"cn..^ -oper. ErgrrgSKS; •"** ^ ***T* ,o ,he Co r a 1? use Industrial power ai vgn ( InJe this does not count bad luck in plant operation, i oe-, p ar les n western European countries ue• of be. .., „,,,„„ „„„, rrtlabdity of ^Xoc^ur to 'LTquauflid' cause of the '•fifth column role they would "''play in the event of a military co, difficult to obtain an exact figure," the bulletin said, "because the Communist keep it secret and, when they pub] one cannot tell to what point it has been falsified or exaggerated "According to some official information mana^emenT to'do lust as 'the; seeing that the rates" charged re | and „, our own documentation, we have been t LSSLSS mm ^^^.rr^^re 0 scalable to draw up statistics which, we hope. accurately summarize the situation. It is understood these figures are not those of Comencaper iniii num % % % %  • !" the latter tnoujtnt %  < engines, but this is not necessarily nc spur Q| keen c Ttoi! \T. IIIIN/ BABY FOODS I id IM ol WHIM WALL I. O. I. CLEANSE! For TO-DAT tost ol Lit'ty |^ Isuall, II a a IOI..\.\Afc VrOHES •• %  rurban type "it wi, soon"ev.d.n, ,o a re,-SeTei."3 re'pTir. U cTrreetTy Engineer to question-hejher *. ; comer that tl ,.,„ The recent breakdowns Company has .n the: past made se| had rot regarded the building ^TiVry costly indeed when ol "f"" f'XKed ,ound public relations s. .„ lne „„„ arc n Will it be the "SSSSFlfiES' %  %  in ,t prime impoitan, to pass thU cost on to the Certainly it seems ron in had in fact managed to erest. a '^^Thigher r.tes over a *•<'•• *f* a JL y ^L oema feeling of hostility toward them" n m un f VMrt w t are all much should be P" lrt "'^V^f ^Ives on the part of the general ^r^T.,, h e answer to that at least to some extent iindsr Uw public, based on the .uMtuVn :nd one feels that it supervision of a Commission, rates were high, the service poor. J" ^ ft Ihc company charged with ihe responsibility of and th. nsumers In general aacrtflo holders. The H.E.P.C beiij: ;s Company such as to ensure good selling power at rates very much |t mjv ^ M d tha p,,^^ ( rom and reliable service so far as lower than those of the pnv le (i,^.,.^,,^ planU is natura'ly humanly possible Most corncompanies, and the man... r than from steam or diesel mercial concerns are subject to the latter thought that v. ^ bul tniJ a nol nece ssaril'would either [hf ^^ Tf|e capltal cort of conw hich |, an ,. • : r>n.|.t I Mow up in %  ^^^ ,,,,,„ ,..,..•• nriM ...., : .„. ItlvatiOh I Public of political •"nrtal. or l nc ^dividual site. „ oodwll i hall Ai D .' %  0 ttm % % %  ... ... .„ ,.,„ tit mill •w...t.i H K-.I both. As nw. dustrial consumers befan to _.id a transmission line 50 miles unc i er V pubUi long costs less to construct and to w m monopoly. I %  an one. say. 300 milrs iharcnolde „ petti security of so sweeping statements _„,,.. a0(f income, have a ii ..ti-^i —m —..1 11 .irrinirti ... %  •— .•. %  niiH.' f-S?~ < r a E 'luohc^owZl<^p"^ ; • ^ % b £~,lT. profit of lers In P" !" I >J*y rf .him ill me Profit of the shareholders. in ^t^'muThToweJ-henatu, in Toronto, while conbe some public %  .oped from 3 cenU Paint*. Proleri & lr. s< r c „;,(, BERGER PAINTS LASTIKON I'H'.MAMVT GREEN PAIVT LASTIKON WHITE HOI SE PALVT LASTIKON RED OXIDE ROOF PApfj PEKO.1 1TE MARINE WHITE ENAMEL OPAQl'E WHITE UNDERCOAT .obliterates Black Is I'ROMEt M SILVER AHMINItM PROMH M METAL PRIMER .prevent. I tONKE BITI MIMH s BLACK BERVAR YACHT VARNISH MATROIL 1LAT HALL PAINT Dt SSEAL WALL PRIMER & NEL'TRALUO, "4 HOl'R" Fl'RNITI'RE LACQIER ul| „,_ RIX Rl'ST NEITRALIZER rss| A ll.MNSii.N & HAYNES CO.. LTl>. Successor,„ : S. PITCHER & CO.. LTD Phones: M7I i 4687 munist voters, but of inscribed party mem.-.•>.•.-.-.-.-.-.--•--.-----.-.•>-.-.-.-.-.------'^-.-.-.-.v.-.-^^ S5 g bers on whom the Cominform mure I •.he course of my csreer I Q^ w hole question be gone into m *„ !o Ct have travelled about the world h0 roughlv in Barbados, with an ord thHrnarng thlnTi, extensively and have found many cye .^ ,„„„. development of %  hat ?ric c.mn !" l"d not go places where the electrical utililh ( community as well as our Lank-riot whTch SeSr.s"lea" proof I Iate present difficulties with electric .'vMdlorSirT be-nmaictaking a-lvanuge ' f"'"* power, and .he apparently high „„ profits -;" d "' lhe ,acl ,ha ,Ui: "tea charged theretor. •;rrn h anv h ^p1e" d .Tkn^u', SSKRI"ftS A thorough and impartial ,n1£S !" 3 K Personally. I believe ve s,ig.,ion might find the present ih£ the HE PC was not terprise on general raWS and „„,„, 0 f the Company S"Li hod hoped, principles and regret to see pnjusUned wh en all taeta uuliues passng the cons dC rcd. andthis in itself would '" 6 S^.r—^. e 'P Clei *• "' r Falr m nd tu hve up to their respon, e do no 0DJCCl ,,. .'' ', a fairrate. for anything they want. ,„pci e-, mcmDers. uanuoc i-iess atjaea, it inant he runs off with v 1-n makes a greaI sary also to include a part of the membe.sini> of the World Federation of Trade Unions which obeys the Communist line, the Feder•tion of Youth, the World Federa". rasa But ^ht another woman. t ,,. ne> Altar Papers" Luckily for the girl a rich an... :n'es and when Gollai, 0 ealled Sturge ae( ls lcll wj(fl ides to Uke her as his mistress. hmM mcumc Her son b< Again. I aggravating and after the bat.. professor, and A and Tar. a luxurious ,, a. woman who h :^ndon. Old Sturge likes a|1 Uic ^ l:t ^ mtx j cln opinion ' memberships in reality are less act've ems .il 12.00 noon. MrrUn*. iMttUlllO Council ..i 2.00 p.m. MihiliI niciiu -i Hftltia'ti M I'hilip at 7.30 p.m. carry on propaganda.' I. k. Troops Leave (ireece UORE than 700 men, women and children troopship "Empire US taking f nd hL ;' home the last Briti in an hotel. He maneges to ^ i orted by Kculer from Atheii: NOTICE Our Dry Goods Department will be closed for the Intercolonial Crickd Tournament at 11.30 a.m. on the lowing days:— Thursday 9th February Tuesday 14th February Thursday 16th February Tuesday 21st February And on Monday 13th and Mondai 20th February at 11.30 a.m. if Psi DA COSTA & CO.. LTD. / %  >V*V/*V,.V//.'.'.'/.',',--'//''V.'''/'''>''V/" will be difficult for a while i and, but I hope i will like It," said ; %  . %  the marathon on his own. Ol II III % III.IIS SA. : Trafalgar Square Miisi.Xot IfcY Unm •, ,1 With More Building* To T/.i I majou: *clv and htm\ baSkl-l*. • %  IC IHOatt ui the chanr.e of lot I bus ceilo Pri-i Wo:: plain and from Broad smother thoppins fin %  con.s. i. oboppii laWOV bag ziMmr qiwfir* ccog but also dannvi young i I. *S^--' ^9 issioner of Police lo suggest /(,...,.,. IL*,r,l % hU traffle cop. be encKed To The 7?'" 11 ^AdroeonW and blaj,ns sun in cellophane lent, (J CI Ih 1 elulle. un can ss and he seen. -,nrt admired t "' lurtlvs. .'.^oc ;„!.*!, i^^ctM :, 1,^'^'"^, must inpuuled abou: mo "* pr nrella ncxl n heio Ncssssn and boxinj in this ..now what to do dbout it. Perhaps this umbrella business colony It is my con . losvds man My arrangements lur this u lh *' u>in !" d ' lhe we dge. s., *' rnaeluner) should be igc are being changed. of pedi we become familiar with the whereby a Boxing board c _, bus-passengers. has punch especially win. ii • i I M ^ our bobbles under l '''}, should be formed. t the umbrellas. The ground n funcin process of prepu: mail bags t. .laced there knew •"*" lo cut pohcemen of. some boxers ami ensure ling. I suggest that l .reaUon in the nalure of a fairplay to the boxer from the heon-eum-parasol. for alterpromoter, and lo make proper -harves. under policemen's pn-Uy p^r..naUvc use against an.. • is lhe sen for a sols, which are elevated to and angr> differtests, and also arrange for a medi(". P.O and one lhat srould h parish; pereal ev. km [,.r ^11 conof mi B,.ib a .liai. Police nils arc ih the thought' on those a ligh' ., order .leaded all DO] ireumAnyway, unul something if duties es I cannot guaraiuee to done about this defealr %  .iae cops dn apa. continue the Isis sla tl a m lo cssstr ..I tears dally, so that Barttaff crasssssss hr.d Vscsr.ih. I mliirllu. sty smnrsMiiiili snth Qag $oi cranrarsg this unseasonable assd sssvtrssl 1S ill tins 2lb.—Mb.—"lb.—101b. BOLOGNA SAUSAGES -AGES PALETHORPE SAUSAGES Frankfurter BAUSAI I VIENNA SMSAGES COCKTAIL SAUSAGES 1ANCMEON BEEF In tins isrgssst teas roe. %  *m PRUNES VIGS GRAPH FRUIT SALAD WAS APRICOTS 1 EARS PEACHES KPfe) l* L I, ALTON WHITE* W1 .. Bl. COCKTAIL Ogm I I.IIIID^I



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^jnwjAwrj. CLASSIFIED ADS. SSUL^U^ IHE BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE SEVEN FOR REVr Week Sun II HO V p" u • "* WNKS %  *2"5.*;'" %  """il '*""%  HOUSES UPSTAIRS PREMISES a, %  1*1 RstN'STON-on-: t 1 W Apply Mis* Max well 1 CoatV 7 JJ :.i %  s. Jonn %  ssii iW'i KutWa laaaigh; Ion MU OWE T 1UWI owner driven IMS Wyvern %  1* P 'ij-mh' 1.30" mile* % %  '"-•I %mlk Mr H D C "C2.V nv.i. csri.tm.. C n^Ll t " ~' ou • *"• -~~-rr. •!. iod to, Muuful l.r. S?i£. ^l*. i 3r """'* '"•' • m,r\,lk.. money m.kln opapnuntlv BtcUnd Work*. 1>I-M N01ICE I boys PARISH OF 4-RRI.T < HI ICrl Jca.K'Ssa-'"""" %  *hool on rrtdey I7lh rrDruv, „t s m for cxarninallori Application lorm* from my office. In Carlisle DM •Haft ,-. WOOD CODDARD. Parochial Treasurer, CbrM Church S I 80—Sri CHAIRS-Elght each. Complei BO*td from %  > 5 „ u 0*ard*. Mahogany Chati. S"U* 8135. SHJ* Wardrobe BIPh B->1 Auction Boom, H !" ~ *• 1 Daily Sl.SO—J n wood Alky, open I UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER TO-DAY BBAICDI THOTHXN* co NMtawn „ a 8S-| n BV T. 7"=! !" C'-np-ny I UI J|S rSDJM CASH !" VINCBNT CRimTM. AunMnnrr 7 3 5* 3n fcCaLAUOUS rj> rierrU)** Sllv CARBy instruct urn Mr Uniled British tii %  t U W Mr B " I'hone MIKS tin .-armed plpa. All %  orta a -i 14 Ina. Pin < net %  *• 'kjfev i Cs Lid. RH jrpv'.'-i~r Qvaai %  nf %  ind do bl %  kfl boulnf ihM-n G W w.4 Co Lid. Dial 2ZS 4.1.SO—an BU 1IC 1 •^. and Car Tyre* TM %  i -. M x 16; SM III liaill W I 17' 500 x ifl I A^o Trie Co. TVafalrar SI .l SO-I I n MJCKS-ln toad condition fce-drefl. Apply Auia Tyn Phone 28*8 3I.1.S0—t.f.n %  Wl ASHCSTOS SHEETS m B. T Tf Vr— 4 WaWicr* %  We Ibda* Cap. A. E twarktar •*•> Dial 4100 ]IW Ir. UlaXlZtD SHRCTS-Bett Grade MIT "—:.. fiom 1108 and $264 Ht|a A. BARNES ACo Lid *. %  is l io-i f.n V ft SMIHTS BOV* smirrs foi HO>J1 Slorc l-hciin:< 2 M I4n i* *5 SHOES from 83 W 3 J SO Mr. fAUTY KHAK! :.' %  -. I I. ^LPHOi Btorr 3.2 M-I4r UNDER THE SiLVER HAMMER ny rKomiwndl.i,.ti. of Uoydl Agenu our Han IT HlBh Sircei 4 ladle.' Drr rnrrns. .o bundln Gem Cigan, 4> Tln Clcaruer. 6 ra^s On* O One. I Mullard -!""'"• .'. .* Mer A """. WC. Pan,. 2 Pump Voh-M. .'ind oton 18 Bed.ieadi. 100 u"'LT* %  1 pre Builnna. I Waehother Rani Sale 12_30 oVtock Term. Caah. Hrankcr. Trotman at Cu.. Auetion* %  % %  5.2 50-2n. REAL ESTATE COVE SPRING HOUSE A modem minmiow. four Dedrooma, two ha-J>: elcctriciiv. walar. on the tea. own prlvila haihmii beach, l>, acre* of Un4 Ve. (able Garden. 8 milce from Rndareiu-n %  •OawdBBUgl, J.mee. Enquiry S-ivlvflelds SI Peter Phone. IS0 or *l the ureenlBca Garden. SI. Jam**. 20 1 .-> lf,n MFOJIOSE.UIJ.YMORJ: HOCK. M<,iid*nt on 18.800 aquar* feet of land. The home conlalni. Drawing, ninhn Honm rloied and open Verondaha. four li^droomt on* wllh runnlni water and 'he mutt I omce*. Kitchen and P-uiirY with built tn Cupboardf. Alio j drUtchcd room with built In cupboard! •uliable for a Doctor's coniulliiia room Laundry room with built In Tub an 1 ninmiiH Killer Two aarvanla monii wi;' W C and Shower Bath. Two Garaje*. Electric Lift.! Ihioughoul liKpecllon Monday lo Saturday bl Ttooiniment Telephone No: 3138. The above residence will be ullered for aalo al public compMltlon at tho tflce of the undrrMined on Friday 10th lebruary 1880 at 3 p.m. CARRINGTON at SEAI.Y 28.I.40-en. OFFICIAL NOTICE BARBADOS IM THE AH8I8TANT COI'RT Or APPCAL 'Equitable JuilMllcilon) JOSEPH, GILBERT HOWAHDPla CAHLTON HARCOUMT IMIJC -Defend In> pursuance al an Order in thi. O in the above action made on the 28th dav of November 1M8. I g.ve nolice to all pertoni havinf any eitaie. mm or Inleret in ur any lien or mcumbrance afTeciIni All that certain piece or parcel of land 'lormeriy part of the landa of MarchReld Plantation. Mluate In the parUh of St Philip and i.land of Barbados aforeiald contalnlnaby admeaaurement Three rood, or ihereabout* abuttlna and boundT on landi of Joerph Gilbert Howard land* now or late of Marrrtnrld Plantation on land' now or late of G 1. Pile and on the Public Road or however rUe the tame may tibul and bound lo brlnf before, me an accounl of their uld cLalma with thotr wllneaaea. documenU and voucher-, to be rxamlned by me on ny Tueedu. or Friday between ih v noun o.* in nooni and 3 o'clock in the afternoon, at the Office of the Clerk raj ihe AaaUUni Court of Appeal al the Ciurt Houae Bridgetown, before the 8tti day of February 1880. In order thai Mich claim* may be ranked accordint u> the nature and priority thereof re• peclively. otherwhw uch peraona will be precluded irom Ihe benefit of the oatd Decree, and be deprived of .ill <:aim .in or .gain* ihe Mid property. Claimant* nre also notlfted Ihat thev mual attend the aald Co-irneaday the 8th day of Februarv I860, a" 18 o'clock a.m. when their aald cUlria will be ranked Given under my hand thli 28th das ol Novemhev taao. A. W HARPKR. Clerk of the Auistant Court of Appeal. OFFICIAL SALE BARBADOS. IN THE AKHlftTANT t'Ol RT OF APr-A| lEquiUble Jurladlctlon i JOSEPH GILBERT HOWAJID— Plantm CARLTON HARCOURT 1'lli: pod NOTICE li hereby given (hat by virtu* of on Order of the Aaaiatant Court ol Appeal dated the 18th day of November 1848 there will be aet up for ule to the high** bidder at the Office ol Ihr Asairtanl Court of Appeal al the Court Houae. Bridgetown, between Ihe hour* of 12 'nooni and 8 o'clock m the afternoon on Friday the IOth day of February 1890 All that certain piece or parrel of Unl (formerly part of the land! of Marchlt. Plantation! tituale in Ihe parlth ol SI Philip >nd idand of Bartaadoe aforesaid containingby admeeaurernent three rood* or thereabout abutting and bounding; on landa of Joseph Gilbert How; rd on landnew or Ute of Marchfteld I-umtation on landa now or late of O. L. pile and on the Public Road or. however elee the name may abut and bound, and If not then sold the laid property will be %  up for ale on every *ucceedlng Friday between the Mime hour* until ihe same %  old for u nun not leaa than IN PORTr Sch Marv t Caroline. Sch K'.-la I Sch.^ne. aUnuat.i %  %  FreeeJom Fleer>. r-m r>ancM *kit \i s Sch. "Emeltne" "I Clarke, from Briu.h Guiana. Agetu. schooner Owner*' AaeociaMOn Olivierre. from Trinidad v... AgenuSchooner Owner*' AaeoclatLon vn 'loBdv Noeleen. 41 ton lain Noel. fi„m Schooner Owner.' Aooclation. Nchooner "Zentth %  nnn.li Guiana. Agent.: s.s. Ga^cneite. iai isa Prigeni from Martinique .\, %  M V Hlue SUrISO Ion. nel. Cap! Fenruaaon. from Trinidad. Agent. A I Harrlg '-MI Schr-iner -D'Oflae." 58 ton. net, Capt. Goodlng. Irom HriiiJi Guiana. Agent.ohoonar Owner* rtagotlitloii • W Smith.' 74 ton. %  vb Guiana iwner.' AMOciation M Vaaahirt%  "-t. Capt Sl,>li ^LSLew A "* S*hooner Owner.' Awoclanon Capt Hysl— % %  II urns .„ ^ ^. : oi net. net : p '-'',"' AgetiN: 11 I Johnaon Esq. -*%Ypaerw,,Kl94 ion* nel. Captain Archibald, for S, |„,-ia Aget er Owner* Aaaociatton -'"an." .1.(81 ion* net. Capud Agent*: Defo-ta ne." 3.881 ion* net Capt Ptigent for Trinidad Agent. H M Radar.' 183 ton* i %  OiUUjLMiR arlectlni aU that certain peace or parcel i'..,. 1 "" 41 J!^ tmm * P"" of the landa %  "Hub, F1. .I H1, ,, ua W ta u^3ruh cnntla*a*.*£?TL' ,,,, UUm •--• .-o.umlaf. by a n aasaaweuient one rood ""• P*^*. Jr "*T*abouta iof which area !**. P**b forma part of the private i" D "c * or however ekw the ""• !" *F %  and bound to brtnat ifore w m account ol then with their wltnesar*. document.! nid v-oucher*. lo be examined ft) any Tueeday. or Friday bet-., i-ura or 11 (noonI and 3 o'clock in ih. fternoon. at the Office of the Clerk a Court Houae Bridgetown, before ih. ^1 y f* ,>bru r IM. m order ih.v •uch claim* may be rank..* lo ihe nature and nriontv ihrrro I mpeetlvely; olherwiae *uch peraon. U Be precluded from ihe benefit of I'. .aid lecT*r and be deprived of UJ clajma on or against the aald property CUimanta are also notlaed that \h.nteaa .ttend the .aid Court on Wednco f a NrernC-;•S ^ hU ** ** _, A. W. HARPBat, C.erk of the A**l*unt Court of Appeal 3 12 4* .1BISHOP'S HIGH SCHOOL TOBAGO Applications ere invited lor :— B***tea\l Master (preferahly honours degree) capable of teaching latin and English to Higher Ccrtillcate standard, lb) Science Matter capable of te-chlng Chemistry, Physics amS Biology up lo Higher CertMcate standard. Salary in each case $2,160 — $2,880 per annum. Apply to Archdeacon F. J. STREETLY, B.A.. Scarborough. Tob^ro. -71 r.o—12n. SHIPPING NOTICES 4 IH -i„i Fwhl g-j Hggj ^ %  "FVoZ-muuuS IfMVr. E*kiardo aa,**,. ; .n^e,, HnawwB*£. lUgnilaM. Johnion. ., iiv ,-beth Johnn. %  l By R W I A L MU* Vera Franklin. Ten., lleart. Edwardina Standard. C ~ Ortoolow. iuch.ud SuAea. Man Charles Dexter, HUdreUi Fraaa I.IINAUI e*aa get iiirthii i 1 UMIitli OHtaaa, Dr. ciarii GiiWotyraic, Mi-. LUtlar, niter Banyan. Mr Joarph ...i' iareSHki \)n Baai Wked \t< n Sar.UlovcoApple.nn. Mm Janet MuTrV tram ST llu\ Vrntiaan t\a,. Henrietta 0 Branford PatrlcJi Walfcrui Winon. Mom* Wexler rreaa ST. kll i Mlaa Ainu. Willum.. Ml-. Catherine SkerriM. Mr W.L.. Franc ii Iioth> tram ANTIOI'A % ee l* liiAlKA i Mlaa Linda Miner. -Sat* L *" M Mfc '* n, ~ i M OKI s UM I l>-ma, Mr. MorocRowen Hdrn Howe... (ao-ry, Mua ivrioa Martin. %  ^^-Traaurh. Hn IN TOUCH WITH BARK ADOS COAST STATION Cable ar.d Wircle.i (WI ,w ..." cnn "" the following .hip* through ihnr llat'*io. c Rat SB. ScolliUi lleaiher. l.i... Gaacognc. Crwuiiiaa. Alcoa IVnna.n. Yai rStuT'oSf ^ A "","" IWgel-nd. AurtcuU! SaVnc. uSTm ESS* J> *~*W > %  OtiH Opaet, Arandadyk. %  tier., All-. d Emecto TronVtMhoff. Mali*. Pnn* Bemhard, hia. Alcobaca. H.. ... Apache Cany< F..'ic*bank GOVERNMENT NOTICES ATTENTION is drawn lu Uifl Control of Prices (Defence) (Amendment) Order, 1950. No. 5 which will be published m the Official Gazette of V.orui,i\ tlth F. hnuiv. 1H50. 2. Under this' Order the maximum wholesale ;tnd ret.nl selling prices nf "Pile-hards" are as follows :— *: 0. 0. •d Ihl* 28th day of November .•IIATTE3. HOUSB tdluate al Rockle. New Road. Chrltt Church, containing Open Verandah. Drawing and Dining Room*. Two Bedroom*. Kitchen. Shed and mitomce*. all in good condition. No reasonable offer refuted. Apply to Fiuherbert Ho*llc, Coniraclor. next door, any day except Sunday. 3.3.90—3n. A W. HARPER. Clerk of the AuliUIH Co. of Appeal I AN": 33JTT aquare feat land at To,, Rock Hill, Christ Church, oommandinu .i iH-auiifiil view of the *aa coast from ihe Lighthouse to Hockley Apply R S Nicholl* A Co Roebuck St Brideetowii Solicitor. 4 3 60 en nea hai a small %  from i^Hidon. Isawltl %  sUwt. %  •v> Qgg-jsrtVnanl • Dial 4408 1 2 50In |Rf'f*."*** it i. definite!* "• be. and *i, inan oth-: a Quantity u-ed „, h 1 %  : 2ii ^wre ifiui i %  i % %  prlvata aaiT'JJWna' Quest Rate* 3.1 50-1 f n '"EOU*; J^KNOXAL %  *^8 Pueualio... _* Josepn "% %  "•' -•'.......,"arsa. e. i v ,..„, "RURNIIAM" BISHOPS COURT. SI. Michael, ilanding on 23,175 aquare Psaf .,r land. The house conlalns drawing and Ulmng room* with covered verandah and usual omce*, two bedroom, with running waier. one with dressing win attached, Tollei and Bath upstairs Two •ervenl* room* wllh toilet and bath. washroom and workshop and garage In the yard. Intpectton on application lo Mr. H. B BannUter DUI-34T2 The above will be set up to public t'ompetitlon al Ihe office of Ihe under-Igned on Friday the ITIh day of Pebnirary 1830 al I p.m. 1 ? | BY public competillon at our Office James Street on Friday Ihe 10th February 1890 al 3 pjn. "MALTA" al (aiiien.,,1, rt ln Josepn contelning 3 l-edroom*. The dwelling; house la lull* furnished. Waler a electric service InMailed. lii.pe.tlon on appllcallon to the premise* For further particular* apply lo HUTCHINSON A IIANIII'.H) .11 I Mi -mid The'tabovc wii up for Sale by public competition ..< our office. James Street. Bridgetown, Ofl Wednesday 8lh February al 3 p,m Q I. W CLARKE CO Solicitor* 4.J.90—4r. SHAKES 33 Share* In WEST INDIA BISCUIT Co Lid. These shares will be aM up for ^.le by public oiivpellt.cn al the Office of Ihe Company. Spry Street. Ilr,(isn.,i). on Friday I8lh February In•lanl al 3 p.m. E L. G. Hoad. Acting W I Hicult Co. Lid. Tilt %  SHAMES' 300 .prelerencI BAD BADOfl TELfci'iioM; c u LTD -J HAH BAD08 -iHll'I'lNt, .V TRADING CO LTD. 204 BARBADoe ICE CO., LTD The above .hare*, with accruing dindenda. will be *et up for BBBI i-onipeliiioii at our office. James Streel. Hr.daelown, on Frldav lOtn inaUnt al 1\ pin Yearwoud sV Boyce. 9k.l.c.tor.. 7 r ... a LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The application of KIWNETH I 4 tl I.IIAN chaol for Mali IJquora, .hingle ahop wllh — %  Holder'* Land, rjaacotta MDWL St Michael Datad, this am saw of naaniaiv 188 To —a A Mc LMOD Police Maarlstrsle. Diet A Mgaiad (>S*'ALI> i l MMINS tor AppUcani OFFICIAL NOTICE BARBADOS. IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPBAL Equitable JuriidirllonL GEORGE ALLKTNK By Ally. REBECCA SEAHLES I'l.trun ALVA FtTZ-QEFlAIJ} KELLY llefrpdanl IN pursuance of an Order In thi* Court In the above action mode on the 4th day of January, 1890. I give notice lo alt person* listing any % %  tale, right or inleresl In or any litn 08 incumbrance afleclAll lhat rcrtain piece or parcel of land < formerly part of Ihe lands of Carlton PlanUtt^n. .ituste in ihe pari.h ol Sainl James and Iilsnd of Barbados aforesaid COnlalnlna 1>V itlmrsn.rrment Iwo rood* be the between the hour* of 18 InoonJ and 3 o'clock in the afternoon, al the office of Ihe Clerk of the Ami-ianl Court ol Appeal at Ihe Court House Bridgetown, before the 8th day of March. 1880. In order thai uch claim* may be ranked according to I 'L.T...I n apat sons will be pt of Ihe said Decree, and be. deprived of all claim on or again*! Ihe aald properly. Claimants are also notified thai they mut attend the said Court on Wedne*day 1he Slh day of March. 1898. at 18 o'clock a.m. when their -aid claim* will be ianMc.1 Uiven under n | hand thi* flh day ol January. 1800. 1 V. G1IKES. Ag Clerk o[ Ihe Al. Curl of Appeal ARTICLE WHOLXSALE PKICE (not more than) SlO.lti per case or rarton of 48x1 lb, tin--. $9.04 per case or carton of 48x 4 lb. tins. RETAIL PRICE (not more than) 36c. per 1 lb. tin 20c. per H lb. tin Oth JVlini.nv, 1950, ViH II I tt*WK IIK4.I l.\TIO\S BARBAOOSBKIT1S1I liUIANA ( R1CKKT MATCHKS AT KKNS1NGTON OVAL Thv following Rules for the Control of Traffic between the hours 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. on the days on which Cricket Matches will be plajMjr] nt Ken-.mgton Cricket Grounds are published for general information. JS, P. F. CAMPBELL,* Acting Colonial BM POLICE TRAI'l U KIM S Barbados-Dritish Guiana Cricket Wltohfal at Kriismt'tdii Oval on the 9th. 10th. 11th, 13th, Mill. Itith, 17th. 18th. 20th, and 21sl days Ol February, 1950 RTJLBB made by II* In BallftllllllWi l-nnmitte.' under S.. tion 37 12) of the Police Act, 1908, for the regulation o' trafllc Ix't.... | ., nii 7 pm. on the days on which Cricket Matches ag;.. vill be played at Kensin^lon Oval. 1 In these Rules— "vehicle" IIKIUUCS I ,un... I>K\I Us. n other machines fin I |00dl Off persons. 2. All vehicles proceed!nj; in the dirertion of Kensington Oval .l^.lvely.' ouMTwise ^ucn~peV' bclw * n ,he ho1 "bf way of be precluded from the benefit Lakes Folly and I :iH-eed in single line down Fonlal'lli :i H. %  ., u no vehicle I ceed on Fontabelli' Rood In ,, (l( Iht cs on Route No. 25. 4. Between the hours .( 10 a.n. an*] .i p m. no vehicle shall enter Kensington Gap from Wcstoury Road. 5. Betvit. n in. ,.mrs of 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. no vehicle shall be 1 parked in Fontabelle Road from the junction of Lakes Folly to the junction of W< 6. After fi p MI. ..il vfaLtti (saWalticAoil Oval shall do ^o by wa| ol KcmtalKile Road. 7. lletwe*-n the hours of i pju M vchirle shall .nter FontalHllr l{n.i, ,n •rad al g ijcetwUna C**u to be held ^m. hour, unlit the saaaa I. sold fur im not less than ftVJ tl 4 Dated Ihi* 41h day of January. 1880 I V GILXKR. A. CWrk of the AMI Court of Appeal ^ -. I SO 3n ileit^I ... Police Court. Distrtcl A' on Thursrla] the lh day of l>e*umry 18f- at It clock. E A MrlXOD. Police Magistrate. D4*t A' T 1 90In Vii L48ST 11H Ml AND HEADS LOST • ro.,a v . EAJUUNO— aurtri. of lone] cut Steal Esn uig Cha> and Crane 0 I SWMPwTAKX T1CKW-f*eies C ".'I — '"""' ni kpa of PU. Corner, St Lury EVERYTHING YOU WANT . QUA: Al'l'EAHAM E REASONABU. PRICE All of these good isee them al your Oai Showroom* lr:VF.LOPIN<; anil PKI.MIM, your next ROLL OF FILM. j will be more than Satished with the RgjfJII COLLINS I'HIIKII.IIAI'K IIF.PT. ,...., "GODS WAY OF SALVATION MADE PLAIN" rre Book from S. Roberts, 30, Central Avenue. Bengor, N. IreUnd. S (.r the loUewin. . [ %  ER BALANCES. WIRE TRAYS; WIRE BASKAlso FOOLSCAP AND LETTER SIZE KOIIKKTS & CO. OFFICIAL SALE BARBAOOfs, IN THE ASSISTANT COl ".T OP APPEAL (Equitable Jurl.dvction %  UONT3L ECDfOION A1JXYNE —PUlnUfl < ?er££££ U cow ARD ivfends NOTICE la hereby given lhat by vlrpa oi an order of ihe Aaaiitsiu Court o. law. there will be let up for sale to Ihe "*5f W*--T - the Office of the Clerk M ihe Aaatatant Court of Appeal al lh. Court House. Brtdsesown. between th. houra of 11 inooni and 3 o'clock in ih. .iilernoon on Friday the loth day IVtiruary 1880. aU that certain piece 08 p.m-el nf land 'formerly part of the jaraSa ..( ItilUby PUnUIiom Mtuate in the pan.h of Saint Andrewand lalanti ..f..r*eaid rooUUUn* by a—iitnii nui i I one rood ooa perch or taareabouU (of !" h _' rM "I* F met> ,orma P** * "" prive-a road hereinafter roanuoned .MBtiaf tn i bg*ane*e*fj si land Alexander Wataon and on a road twelvt feel wide over which mere i* .. nulv of way to the public road or however flee ihe same may abut and bound and if not then sold ihe said properi, will be aet up for east op. rvrry ejcceed tag Friday between tba^gDslThooT. urtll the tame la sold for a >um ,-, 0 t Usn than £73. 18 4. Dated Ihls aVth day of November 1848 „. _^ A w HARPTBI, Clerk of the Asalitant Court of Appeal >,ia.4 ap alOVTREAU AlTSTatALIA NKW ZEALAND LINK LIMIT ED (at.A.N^.) IJNB. MS. "POaiT PIRIE" Is scheduled to •all from Sydney January l*th arriving al Trinidad about February M S/KAIPAKII* .cheduled to sail from Port Pine January 7th. ahirnla January 10th. Beauty Point January "3th. Melbourne January 18th. Sydney l>*ruary tsl. Brisbane Februesry 10th, .imving t Trinidad .em.it lOlh March Those vessels have ample rpace fnv Clillled. Hard Froten and flener^l I cargo accepted on Through Rill* of .-.ding with transhipment al Trimd.d for Brills c.uiana. Barbados, Windward and leeward Islands (her particulars applrIVH.VESS WITHY Al 5 Agent*: Tri n Idad DA COSTA AT CO. LTD Agent.; Harbadet. 9nc. TAKE NOTICE SOITnitlM Ml CANADIAN NirOA P80QABUB-' %  Sailing every two week siavica Sail. HaUfs* B YasWO elD \rw YORK -IRVKT V— ie.k IVI.I ., HU February 3rd MH ilR| I ug -ISVH I %  >"in; AU.IA • \es 11 r I r.n Jan yarj am> irtinuio ind Arrl*** rtsrbsas* iry 17th March .ird Arrlirs ll^t.,.4. March Mh. letiruarv ll'h. Arrl.*. ii..ir. -4-I'rbnin IH.V Thai Bermudea Dlaruit Uonipanv Lmilled, a Conipeny Incorporated unde Ihe Ciimpsntes Orduuusre Cap. 31 No I ol the rrvisert l -v . Tobago, w.ih KagiHerad Offlre at Moun Lembert. Sun Juan. Trtniipiled for the ieif.etrai.on ol a trade mask in Maaaaaneaa iui rhscuits and Article* of Find' and will be etiiitled lo register the same after in* moulh front Ute Tlh day of FEUKUAKY 18W unless •-nie ueeaon ihall in the mennlime give notice in dupUcaB to me a. my ofllce of opposntion of *urh registration The trade mark can be seen on appllcallon al my office %  lasted thi* noth day of JaDsiery 1880. U. C WIIJ.IA1R. Itegl.trar of Trsde Mark* lAiling) date o line examination ELDERS & FYFFES LINE Tlic I' S.S, "Golflto" is due to sail from Liaibados lor mpton on 17lli February, we now have 4 vacant b I by tins sailini;. For further particulars aimlv to JJHHfcrT WILKINSON & IIAYNLS CO.. LTD AKents. It'lt. II Mills I'l.ANTBRS sad .11 Harsera. We have •ease ISO\ I KAMISAUDI I s „ hi. Army, These are islas %  ekeap. \: l.na.r Midi 1,1 V ,nrl JOHNSONS STATIONERY HARDWARE YOU HAVE NEEDS... Britain is making the goods to meet them Designing for your rn-i-ds DO* hn Brat '.ill on Britain's resources and skill She has studied your requirements, and has welcomed your buyers in greater numbers every year. Exhibiting ul tinBritish tafssaisj I air IjOOO mtaufattuicn mil nsveal ihcir latest pioducls. and from ever) 16.1)00 buyers vsill assemble lo nakc iinrnedaUl selections for their own mar Making IH-H goods for the world raised Britain', prod lie 11 >n to a record level In turn these exportl enable her to bu> and Britain is the world's .-rciust cuttOBMr. Trade Buyers! Insure your accoimnodaii.,n son an mat itmuuabortmnt aVMsiii'j SHWl in May, %  k nil., ih, leasM national tradt fab I'' i' i,n,l,, I in I "Ml i:\hihni ulom i.'..' 0KMBJ lOOj Sr /..' is> Mini./,,, throug h out ihe I, i > 7V,7I/I-,M greasi "/ allml train m '..-•'<, i industries. Englattrmif


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PAC.r SIN THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 7, 1*5, %  Remcmbcn this labeH IT IS ONLY PLACED ON GOODS OF flMT QUALITY •Always ask foe MCmTQN STRONG PEPPERMINT LOZENGES A.S. BRYDEN & SONS (Bdos) LTD. \\Uou save Tim? and Money when travelling with BRITISH WE5T INDIAN AIRWAYS You can book your passage through our office to anywhere in the world at No Extra Cost. Lower Brod Strwl : BrUietown PBONES 55 CT19 IlleriateredlaT TruaUUd) Barb.'iioFriends think her woollen Jumper is new — Jj-? k v because it's always washed in LUX Dainty cloches last longer with Lux. Keep that new look in your silks, rayons and 'lien* by washing them regularly in the mild lather of Lux. So gentle jnd ItJfc) l.ux wainc* perfectly—even in cold WtJgffl UX KIEPS ALL DAINTY CLOTHES LIKE NEWt My cough has quite gone.... ACTIVE KIDNEYS KEEP YOU WEU "•"•'' P""" • aa* w. IT IS OFTEN STJURjiTf* bow quickly bKtacb^S^G rheumatic paini. .tiff, ^_ "" %  ; and Ihe commoni7J7 disorder, due 10 iluaxUl, ui2 •clion can be overcome ^^ Stroo, ,cU.e kidney, — ,. Tout health by Mntt^^22! Kid ..nd nurnful wmmSiiZ fT!f"Tn kidney .osi !" inadequate and talk lo ficria. blood properlj, p,,„ ^j di Ion frequently reault. Doan'i Backache Kioeev pbring happy relief by I"" cleanse and ilimulate ullera. r icil be/ AIM M 1 laaaaaVitv 1 filtcn. Grateful people 1 ll|.'rt"" r >ood Doer.', pdkSJ DOAN-Sg Sturdy tlmM and a nature r to lllnaa* la what .vary laoehar aaaej tor tar cMMraa. TTva dally doaa o( HaOboraaaa a* fortify rjvam ajal nat lafacBMt aW it aiiMin>.|ta>im DvopM %  r ..: Miter, it* and otop thM .ii %  #% %  • bel tUrlftHM th. %  Of !••!... (Ml Heart irmiHi Maw Discovery Save* TMlk Amoii" i "f *" %  * ;ii "" %  ** I..M OUI Of .OUT IMpUtl.. And IWlaH .in* i.tiottraaXtK thai A-n*-** Tr.B." •• !. ij.-lftl %  -? % %  1 -I ll '* %  .Hi. r I..IH •* laflj ,,. din-owa mm %  .l-B An....MM Thr uroMMllV . %  ,,.,„. ,| lit Hinx • %  Q M x mmmni 1 Amc.jn uiiilBB I'can enjoy smoking now! Warming, comforting Zutwa Co*igh HlMMfi soothi-l the r* throat, ttOfM irrtution and >r..igo'ais the cn.it. It's WCfilfM 'or toughs. on, cottfs. b'on(nl inflamn-ation. throat dry imohing. ZutMH Cough M t o* or chant j COUGH MIXTURE Tfu cwuyk remedy fry aM tfo fattufy CARRS tiuea*, BISCUITS c.misii • i-'" C On Sal* ni all Grocers and Dnif aWaaraa. I 1 ..-)' lb ll


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Defends The Empire |

Aced | Eden Makes Election Speech

LONDON, Fe. 6.
ORE PEOPLE intend to vote Conservative than Labour
at the British General Election on February 22, accord:
ing to the latest poll of public opinion published by the

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(From Our Own Correspondent) |
LONDON, Feb. 6.

p JOHN SHAW, former Governor of Trinidad, has |
itten an article in the London Times to-day entitled
| Record’. It is a frank review of Colonia\|
ion over 30 years. It is obviously written for |












































































Peace Policy

NEW YORK, Feb. 6.
A plea for a stronger policy

| tor peace and help to strengthen
| the United Nations has been mad
to President Truman in a lette
signed by 159 prominent Ameri-

















Conservative “Daily Express” here to-day.
But intending Conservative voters whose minds are
made up according to the strawpoll now number only 45%

” i, SAYS “DAILY EXPRESS”
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against 44%

for the Labour Party,

The “Daily Express” a

week ago gave the proportions as 4714°" Conservatives and

42! % for Labour.

























Colonial knowledge is limited bu iti
be particularly interesting to We +’ should, | j can citizens. Signatories inchide a ——*i Ten per cent of those interview~
ee o:. Sie' Joins ve — vv est Indians. | | Mr. James P, Wardburg, prom ed said they would vote Liberal
i ohn 0 joined the Co- }inent New York financier, QQ st against eight and a half per cent
- eestadice a cc, Shortly after the| | Robert Seerod, historian a ommunis s in the previous week.
ye WwW ] 1 an cee Pernt The British | ;}bDlaywright, Mrs. Norma The “Daily Express” added that
© was then and now | Cousins, Editor of the Saturde Pl Ca ft re the floati rote was bigger than
splendic > | » & ‘ ? iy e ating vote was bigge 18
| Sane ees - ul yun | | Review of Literature, and well an /p u at any time since the Election
In * polabane et 4 te nm to bui eace, | | known writers, professors an * was announced,
; DrOE SS an re ) it\ > s | etipeg. " > . , ave: + , every -
olicy aan ee Oat ses justices. They urged the Presi . er tit Now eleven out of every ‘hun
}not to call that . ee | oe nae te a “more affirmativ dred interviewed said they me
la : ny “inpire by any | leadership toward halti , : not know how or if they woulc
D | other nam | Sead’ deepen canes coe BERLIN, Feb. 6. | ote ’ :
in PTE aé et i varfare and the arm : a ee .< | vote
UL ain y ; us readers that, i lrace”’ and to switch over from Usually reliable German sources Fifty-eight per cent of those
‘ main, lonial econo ™ ant . s : ie : statin ; .
endent eink oxy vie oo) }a “stop Russia” policy to one Peel ane eae PO gion interviewed expected a Labour
yer on agricultu and! ‘ cae: tte Ser it st se s y re wil) ireitaniaoek . sti
Meet Middle-East points to the moral of w reas | % | emphasising affirmative leader- Sines aks ee ing” West | Victory, regardless how they oted
inn LreaiiGee wey as é ie h West] 4 “ ship toward peace”. The letter} >'° i a x eee mane themselves compared with 6 in
Compe ans are now pAnfully aware bedihes gro Ot ae X ; a tae ‘ , sail 3erlin by October, when the East | 5; adie taicaiem
He instances hazards ‘of croy| an © Xen Me Make surc, whe» buying a puppy, that you ate buying the breed you weat. | tive" ease es a site’ be. German. elections are due, met maath apiitgtwmtetsr i, een
oe 7 < » reity " — ‘ " . be 8 vort ¢ "es - ; ’ las
LONDON, Feb. 1. disease and falling price and con-| The cute and pretty pup of your choice may grow into something twiG@e as big as you wanted. In fore Con oon , 4 aoe = i the Unity Party Headquarters kd Call: F r
ig shortly to an-|tinues: “Precariousness of ec this case there is plenty of space for the dog’s f : ‘ Ag | woneress to pledge Amerfi-| porlin, to-day vden & 8 £O
qnew oil policy accord-}omy depending aly on| > le! tind oh the emote tikite ee en eT hve S's emt | rae oie ie pomettonag Ue Unie y Acoeding to.t) 18 .
. eee, am AGINg oO heavily or A ind out just how big the pretty: little puppy wi ey se | Nati t i. bine > According to these same sources
the Fortnightly Review} tropical agriculture in the com- | puppy will grow—before buy it. “an . oe Ss - limited form of the Committee decided that the Friendship
Renk of London and South | petitive field of world trade, and| | ; cs al all-out campaign to bring theh anu Edi ho would agait
lished in London. social and ecor ia batts | - Wes . sec ‘Ss aah Anthony Eden, who woulc age 7
Ponts feat that the GubieciuMA dhe the Leen ‘Poli ice / And Cohen EKsea s Second ore Seana ta Moatoeeeenn Reratie cukane be British. Foreign een ;
. C 1 a ; , Ce a as " m s the se Vv ‘ebru-
competition of Middle} against which I see the shiftin The Federation of American] ‘cach a high point on Whit-Sun- }*'“ aaa ed ee a.
which is likely to thrust|Scene of British policy and ad-| M | Cl: sh ; ° e Scientists, representing 1,500} day, May 28, when half a million a aay. tenet Seo tor tt ~~
wisn oil out. of some mar- pros oe - in the Colonies during | 4 tb ) as y ttempt rn is l e scientists, including many who} nembers of the Communist domi- v = . ‘Gee > Ae . " “ “whatever
fll make it necessary for|the past 30 years.” x > 8 : ‘J worked on the atomic bomb | oated Free German Youth are Sale litical cok or
to liberate its policy. “ He a al on to dispel the m In & Africa irged President Truman to re-]} scheduled to demonstrate through er = einnahens i ch. broad
=~ ; f < gn yeech ad-
wig include the granting| that Colonial life beset with} - Je L / > examine atomic energy policy—jf he city i ay 4% BC Sden sai
ions—prohibited physical dangers to the individual Radar-Protected House Bom bed ) With emphasis on politics. The hie fe the Pasade ; pee mae oes
sonoesst P He savs | | a ’ : rhe source ided t t Che threat he Hydrogen
last few years, _ He says that by the end of the} ‘BA Feb, 6 Federation's Council said in ‘ghar ed i Flas Ged that, by thi Bomb si et aired
hezuelan embassy in oc ain war the pioneering} Cne hundred. armed South LOS ANGELES. Feb. 6 tatement that the American Shall inesie heuat pe ih oe iaaae warnin a { ied that nothing
. , Nase oO Titish. Colonial rule f n Police wert uhed to the 7 ev oo . Ky 1 c p » she c : . » bee aisec rom le, es La aes
ese «A gy np Aes e ee oe rule Risicte lice wei os red to ei MICKEY COHEN, well-known Los Angeles gamble eee coe — —_ if the iio 30,000 strong, veady to enter |concerns Britain “more intimate-
nofficia) repor’ SS é le past.| Cato Manor area of Durban las sunita.’ went) als \ 1. st cue ac ‘ -_ an drogen ! w,.° a4 7. my the cae het nein”?
| Law and order had been nidat to “tae cbse ligt eg his wife, and maid, all escaped unhut to-day when a bomb) bombs, the Russians will buita | Vest Berlin to “protect the young ly ~e the preservi tion < t —
- | lished and tribal wars had | clash betwé ; Hedy OF wrecked his $100,000 radar-protected home. The bedroom | them also. “We must have no | archers if necessary uring the la ee a
. } or were ine we eget ] } ; are “f Ha cmett’ Ss c aa Sa ; 4 dined hs . oe re ioe | c : tion we were t 1any times tha
Ne ae i 7 Be 7 peaceful | Al tHoan Po ad crowd of} W here Cohen normally sleeps, was blown to pieces, | iMusions of security based on! West Allied officials in Berlin.Jonly the Left could get on with
Ree g lemtoya’ thesis. "f" wiseatd ie | Africans. Three African es \ ahe rt ae Sack el be- ae wei : a re |while publicly playing down “ir- | ‘the Left, and we were led to ex-
4 , i “ver! men were injured during the dis-} ry - ieved the blast which shatterea e statement declarec r ue) vesponsible rumours of a Com- | pect, as a result, closer and friend-
wh M4 sarried anything re” dangerous! tirhan / : * f : . . Whe . . PB . 5 ‘ } , asa rest a
4 ranco-Spain re mane veel? he aaa ’ Cater oe ‘Arab World Rejects egg over wide area just| ‘ ore ; reer of oe Fed- unist “Putseh” are known to be [lier relations with Soviet Russia
i € a Ssnolge ’ 1©@ adas, ato Manor vas one of the before dawn was the work of] eration and professor of phys'cs, udying the situation closel Re- Unt ) \ ‘ ot worked t
5 Referring to the growth of Co-| J * bc sie ; S g ation closely. Re nhappily i is not worked ou
. i ) O-| worst t 1 the three day .- » x . >angsters told reporters “as long as W®;spons > Western observers Sih ie
ba OURIT ES ASK lonial development, Sir John say bh r ‘ Je u ip ‘. ée = } € rusalem s Division a tk C 7 } | stick to atomic energy as an! it ees aa cee oe Pea toe }
that one of the’ mont Tmibbéxtant | a ots eer ur last year, | It was _the second attempt at) Sic! ’ er oo Lee improbable that the Socialist It is certain that there can be
MIAMI, Feb. ¢ farmers ins reconti verre Wha heen | oe ee, ose. Wheie lives, GENEVA, Feb, 6. Cohen’s life in less than a year | isolated issue, we are not goin*| Unity Party has yet made a set-|no true sense of confidence and
of the American Feder-| co-operation betwee hn Trade Uni.| 22a Well over 1,000, were injured.| Dr, Mohammed Fadhill Jamaili,| Last July 20, as he and threc to get anywhere. We must con-|tlement about the cut and dried |no lasting peace in the world until
our to-day demanded} ons aaa employer “But be che | —Reuter | iraqi delegate to the Trusteeship| companions were leaving fasn-| Sider atomie energy also as “| programme for the Whitsun de- |the nations respect amit observe
United States withhold | this warning. It Winks ties aad | Council, to-day declared that the} iomable Los Angeles’ restaurant,| M0/itical ene to be settled | monstration. standards of international conduct
Batic recognition of| day for the Colonies and workine | Arab world could not accept the|}they met a fusilade of shots between the United States and They believe that the decision Jone with another Eden con-
in people in them if Unions yielded! J / | proposals put forward by Roger} Cohen's lieutenant, Edward | Russia. Reut to whether the demonstrators | tinued
ative Council of the! to the temptation to be deflected atthe [ ust Pa | CHATSp et, Se Conpesie. President,| Cieagic) Herbert was, icilied oe Oded eae So inareaate . >,
Mid astatement that re-| fr in triic *N J if ; for the division of Jerusalem into —Renter. saceful march through West 2
ee : 1a from their true purpose in_ the 1 ddan A Renter erin or whether the ld t 2
- nited States} industrial phere. .to..cancentrate. | Pd j EBS Zones, ° = y would try a8
ying directly into} instead on political activity and é reentina + Drv Samatth was~addressing they)” saci italian... . (2, capture” the city by force, “It is not the fault of its ma-
Russian propagand-| agitation o | Council at the beginning of its é prea not’ Be settled until May} chinery nor of the greater ee
4 ae 33 | firs i i 3s > 1e decision would rest 1 its members thai the United Na-
/ In: conclusion Sir John refer: — ma first meeting to discuss. the M-A d M N t 2 : st upon de- | its
Weil asked President| claims which have been voice fs ( | “working paper” for an interna- I a 0 Leave Naples elopments in Germany and the |tions has run into such difficul-
State Department and! for political experimentation on| ' tional regime for Jerusalem. ° | Key Ss lil ee in the next three | ties. No international rags game
. Policy, Committees of| 20th century Western lines} WASHINGTON, Feb. 6. | Jamaili said: “If this Council | ontinue “or omau and es however good it may be, can
om stand “loyally and! (*which is upiposed to be The Court of. Cl ims. niled tc _| accepts the new plan suggested | —Renter,| Work smoothly and effectively un-
Bue present disapprov-} miraculous cure for all ia 1a | ‘ee TT es ea '0~! by the President, not only will NAPLES, Monday less the owners are willing to
PI miraculous cure for all social an that the United States must} ; ; 7 - Feb. 6 ns +4 .”
of the United States] economic ills.’”’), | pay the Corporation Argentina De } it be departing from its basic| ; ROME, Feb » ‘wo Italian troopships’ with join in an effort to make it work
towards Spain. F ull He say ome of this agitation Prohuc tores De Cc ines $557 761) | duty and function but it will also | one eS ae TOR AINE, GRRwes sar SOeatnee ih oo Uniti on neh the Bite
Fecognition of Spain| is illfounded and nspired 1 ‘ ; s seh be endangering peace in the Mid; | ‘‘™erlean Ald ission to Italy | jeft Naples today for Augusta r : three “Unities” on which the Brit-
S Lite 1e% inspired » 000 tor meat § “dt gp ein e G>\° 7 J 5 | 2c - .
Widespread moral im-| motives of general pati Mibitmnctana . inden ‘and — tol dle East for a very long time to| ‘old Reuter to-day that he thought} on the first lap of their voyage ruman ries toHalt ish Governm«e nder the Con-
iM be seized upon by! is not, however, to be i 1949 n ; nee ‘| come ‘ ‘quite doubtful” that Marshal | te Africa The two ships wil! C l S ik . servatives would base their for-
E> fatin America and| He says “The famil rowing] Thi about ~$150,000 more} “Any sort of partition. division] Aid would continue after 1952. | jeave Augusta for Somaliland as| “O@l & trike Spread pee OS 5 See, Soe
in the world as an en-| 1 p before our eyes,” than the United States first offered} °¢ Sub-division of Jerusalem is Zellerbach, who has just Te-| soon as the final vote in the Sen- ‘ be Unity with the Commonwealth,
mement, it added.—Reuter. | (Sy Cable).| de. Arm: butétar less. than: ths | very dangerous. The very con- turned to Italy after consultations} ate approves Italian occupation Rr _ WASHINGTON, Feb. 6, unity with Western Europe, and
ne | 3.765 the firm eventually| cePt is potent with dynamite.|‘" Washington, said he hac | by the United States Trusteeship | . 4 resident ‘Truman to-day took| unity “across the Atlantic
" , F after vears of litigation, | What ‘vill be the consequence | encountered “a serious lack of} in Somaliland. aie try to halt spreading ae tat S ars obra
juering”” B | Continuous Rains |*rday's ruling is final unless} 2°¢__how, much bloodshed and] knowledge about the European) On arrival is Somaliland the | {ion Under wae aces ek Produc | ning against the grain of British
ering allet. either the United States Govern-| %trife will come about if Jerusa- | Pellet Programme,” troops about 1,000 strong—will | bar § ye er, way again. As thous- i 4 ae. On d pei ffa a he
| IN ANTIGUA |ment o: the Argentine Corpora-| lem is cut to pieces?” Zellerbach warned that sound| disembark at Merka and Kis- lit 7 Fo ay 0 joined the strike | ‘ Sta as thi faites eae
N, America Hor: anuanis “within.00 dave —Reuter | opportunities would have to be; hamio, South of Mogadishu to — an ¢ Tort to secure complete asserted that the danger of unem-
m The first F Poth the United States and the] | offered if Italy and other European} take over from Britisn forces. !* OPPage, President ‘Truman _in- ployment had not yet arisen, but
10 The first of February opene vot the Ut 1. es and | | countries wished to attract! political quarters here believe; voked Taft-Hartley Law, ordering | Would arise unless Britain is able
ongtd Feb. 6. with consideral eAaVI 1owet entine rm were in virtual) | Améiieadi private: cepital arian quarters: a? * - the miners to return to work for|to free her industries. for more
urs Wells Ballet Com-/ of 1 all over A 1 te| agreement about the cost of the ° ° ye sam 7 sa lh 0 nae | the departure point for aly S| 39 d ; aTVve: tit or lain
oe “conquered” ‘Gaal f eigh | oie = been, lamb and mutton involved in the! Nalian Police Kk ind : “After all, Italy and other | return to Africa was moved from et olievad oe — ‘ia Gales snes india ae bel ieee
males last year is to cross| continuou daily. The( transaction but the Company European countries must have| Naples to Augusta for fear of| 15 gays’ supply, dn. encores Marshall Ad. : wmelemien
es oce more at the| wainfall of 1950 averages| SOught to recover expenses WarMunitionT raffic | 4 era capital and it will come! Socialist protest demonstrations , :
i of September, 4.58 which i 1 xcess of ine| curred in preparing the shipment ly when investment abroac \ —Reuter
ang this ‘to-day a past thre yea Young aarias and numerous other costs ROME, Feb. 6. |#Ppears more attractive § than)
spokesman said the| throughout are m reason-| The Court held that the contract} Italian Police have discovered | 1 eer *stment at home. ~ mauler |
many would make a 1()| able progres oer lt of these yaid not call for the inclusion of “colossal traffic’ of war muni- $29 ~ ° ‘
coast to coast! « ert Fay Sion OF the’ d nele’ the those items.—Reuter. | tions between Sicily and Pales-! Lenin S Works Paints by Lewis
North Americ arly shower n th i i tine, the Italian Left Wing news- P
4 rican | country is looking green and due; daub “6 ee a 7 ope ius ‘o . .
oS io frequent overeat Weather the | Paper, “Il Paese” alleged to-day. | Being Revised Berger & Sons, Ltd.
_ Ope to gi i| inds 1 asks al a | yaper said a oma n i
m allie 2| winds have not had that drying| ingrid Bergman lengaged in the dismantling of | ess ‘Tom | BERLIN, Feb. 6 of London
tO Teturning to Britain | ; at Remee Sam “Cene- is ae the | > weapons had been reconditioning Linheit, monthly organ of the} 7
}) pasturag } » duri th | ‘ - , . -
1951, he said. Reuter, | ee es int ba oe 7 W ants No k ublicity sa ane singing ane from | VATICAN City, Feb. 6 Communist-dominated Socialis
r yea NleSSana, Sicily, to aifa, | , r arty 2 ac rarne
HOME, Feb. 6 | oy . o a |. Pope Pius XII will attend a] (my Pare ents that. the | HMMM A
Italian. Film Direetor Roberto The traffic was first discovered,| Solemn Requiem Mass in the; German Communists f oat unit Tn
ite all 7 pist Ob rect | Rossellir i said to-night that In- the paper reported, when police | Sistine Chapel] next Friday on} German edition of the copected |
J, Ss ] | id B re ef rae y old baby searching for bandit arms caches| the 11th anniversary of the death| works of Lenin is full of ‘Trot-
| Brid 3ergman’s four-day o pone in Northern Sicily found “giant | pf his predecessor Pope Pius X. kyist contraband,” Painti '
Adverti e nent es aah EO aE Be yp "a mee * arsenals” of mortars, bomb de- After this Mass, the Pope will “The German edition of the Before Painting or Dis-
“Ser | Bremped. or. yaptized at the pres- tonators and machine-gun bullets. pless the tomb of Pope Pius. in} “ lected, yest of 1vents eee tempering your plaster or
as . Subsequently the police arrested | the crypt of Saint Peters.—Reuter, | VoUMe 0 LONDON. Feb. 6. In a Press Conference, given On} » man ‘with considerable influ- “7 to say before the great trials ot | pape a — a anor ting
OMEN TYPISTS along Whitehall oe lon’ Goverhs | his behalf U any Sere a et ence in Government circles in the he Trotskyist and aan asbestos ‘ eelotex etc.,
€ £ onc Su e - ; rie Ip Fe » »]- ” Stet? ae “ ¢ . ng
mee, Su ' | ist friend go Zatterin, Rosse vapital.”"—Reuter, bandits”, the paper said. t is use a coat of .
tre, are brooding to- day about an advertisement | lini said the child would be reg- eer | Football Cc a on well-known Fy the . Trotskyist | .
rey claim, insults the ir appearance jistered probably on Saturday— << poe auses raitors had managed to establish
7 | but if the divoree for Miss Berg- , themselves in the Marx Engels
a The cause of their resentment| man came through from Mexic« L000 Stranded A Gun Battle | Genin Institute in Moscow.” }
Chiane is a picture of a bespectacled el- before Registration the procedure j “It is obvious that they did all |
Ss derly woman with grey hair and | might be different. O I . Shi | BARI, Feb, 6. they could to interpret Leninism
ek Ins ets \ tight-lipped smile which is being} Asked whether Rossellini. ad- n talian ip One person was killed | by smuggling in footnotes.”
pe 5 ised by the Labour Ministry in| mitted paternity of the child 3 . _ | about 50 injured, one of them} ““We must sharpen our vigilance |
. a hl an advertisement to recruit wo-| Zatterin said he had made nc bi GENOA, Feb. 6. seriously, in a gun-battle near | , mn the ideological front agains!
st Troops | mc n typists for the Civil Service | official statement but it was gen- Nearly 1,000 passengers, booke ad here to-day which followed ati} such Trotskyist contraband and |
FORMOS , | The Nati 1 Associat ¢| erally accepted that he was the| 0D the 8,500 ten ship San Gior-| unpopular football win. The bat-| even in the works of Lenin.”
A, Feb. 6 {| Phe National Association Of) rather Miss Bergman does not gio for South America, were} tie took place on the outskirts of} The © announced. that a new
hiang Ke Vomen Civil Servants has pro- | of de- | pape
led Nati Ml Shek to-| } ; d . tt ay anury, sexing (ar, 8 photographed for, /eft stranded on the eve of the de- | the village of Carovino when the} edition of Lenin's works was
este ) > “eas ; Se ‘ | ”
coat troop imei th ¥ oe bina od aa ve moral reasons just now,” Zatter-| parture tonight when the Italian people of that village ambushed| peing prepared, “which gives quite |
i ie ust gun pa d3 Spree yuestay n added. “She does not want Government requisitioned her a S| a visiting victorious football) 4 different, picture.”"—Reuter,
Sen Visit to e5 s kesman said that | 2ȴ publicity a troop ship. } team. The visiting team, from |
c past 2 om- 4 Tre - ul cone tes —Reuter She — be pressed ae ian| the neighbouring village of Grot-
i er husband's | @ objects in ae en vice to take part of the Italian! tatataglie he ~ate’ » Caro- X +
took her ex) With this picture was to make the, | Defence Fc * a 1 ao gee te a aarlie had beaten the Caro Nehru Condemns It will enstre a lovely
itory _— point that 1 Government wa r =e bree to Somaiiand as | vino team two to nil... The home smooth finish 1 limi
” it é 1 » r y ! L a> he ‘ 10k : t , -
Su Lien, th prepare i * take any typist up to JAP INDUSTRIAL | soon ‘ms Parliament approves} team said it was an “unfair de- ‘ tone wee ‘ = enmin
le garrison | } arec ake any \ * | their departure. cision.” The two buses taking th ropaganda ate na patchy uneven
> i » added that 4,000 applica- ee ; ‘ : : $ g the i ;
d cape het GO, He l be — nea. OUTPUT RISES | §hipping Line officials were} Grottataglie team and supporters | appearance,
thr ie tour of the aie le, Be si : TOKYO, Feb. 6. | tonight trying to find berths for) home, were stoned on the out- NEW DELHI, Feb. 6,
© memori of she _ n General Douglas MacArthur, | the passengers on other ships. skirts of Carovino by about 500 Pandit Nehru, Prime Minister
ma last October ee tt Allied Supreme Commander in | —Reuter. people —Reuter | of India, to-day condemned Pgis-
Commun _ ; rh Japan, announced to-day that | tan propaganda about Kas mur Look at the best jobs in
Ten Years lo panese industrial activity rose as “Scandalous in the extreme. the Island. They are
Decembe he 1932+-36 aver- Fj ho He told reporters “my patience is DUSSEAL JOBS
; ich gE rence ava or es getting a bit exhausted with, this | eee ag
. "0 se s R
; Hy dro-Ek etrie ity Tr tp cotton yarns,and c |campaign of calumny, often sup- |
bric m af fabrics, : |ported by the foreign |
IN ‘BG. nef s reached post Will Be Strengthened Sis «ih
ecol Reuter. India bad made it clear she eile inte teiedad. tooo
. Ae sian) lw ; a las “ Souta As t .
€ ( WN : WASHINGTON, Feb. 6. American aircraft-carrier, these! would lift the trade ban on Souta winttve folde: ; ly :
r France will receive five Ameri | officials said. Approval of the | Africa if the South Africar. Gov-| criptive lolde: or apply to:
FIVE DIE IN FIRE ean destroyer escorts under the | request has been delayed, how- ‘ernment suspended its action unl
mf * $1,000,000,000 ai rramme to ever, and will coeee on whether | Sarding Indians in South Africa
_ ; ; rearm Western Ff t was re- Congress decides to appropriate | ‘We are not going to budge an
. or ; ; ported to-dé funds for a second year of arms |!™ h,” he said i | GARDINER AUSTIN & CO. LTD.
mt : ‘ ) i ficial to-d id to. Eu Stating, that his every step over |
hic e ae hij oul e sent t The bu France's share Kashmir was “dead right’’ Nehru}
programme aid “I stake my reputation on 1°.” Bridgetown; _ Sole Agents
4 act in eduled e in equip On the Hydrogen bomb he said
‘ ! engthe er i yured weapons |“You cannot combine the two-—to |
1e foree ecessary to rebuild and modern-|use the Hydrogen bornt> and to! | /MMIMMNINMINNNNINNNNINNNNNINANNNI Nitin
€ Ty
R I ‘ . ernime ais € ! nd forces expect any decency afterwara
Reuter —Reuter’ h este : > ny-sized —Reuter. | —Reuter
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PAGE TWO

iT
il},

hs
saitl

PPifhe Minister of Jamaica
tid not grrive in Barbados
terday afterncon as was expected.

Many-scurious visitors were at
the” alert yesterday afternoon,
hopigg {p catch a glimpse of this
fampus. Jamaican figure. One
gentleman in perticular, had a
camera hariging around his neck,
and he told Carib, “I'm going tc
take a picture of him and what's
moré—1 .want to ask him a few
questing myself,” and he wasn’t
a member of the press either.

" an» an
rprise Party

SUFPRISE PARTY was given

at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
FrankConner in honour of their
son Pat, who celebrated his 21st
Birthday on Saturday evening
There was the usual cake cutting,
speeches were made and there
was also dancing throughout the
evening. Among those present
were Miss Nancy Went, Mr. ‘Jolly’
Hill, Mr. Delbert Bannister, Miss
Cynthia Phillips, Mr. Ronnie Mc-
Kenzie, Miss Betty Archer, Mr
and Mrs. Edward Archer, Mr
Roddie Austin, Miss Nancy South-
well, Mr. C. Hinds, Miss Sheila
McKenzie, Miss Maggie Field, Miss
Molly Southwell, Miss Joy Con-
nor, Miss Kathleen Connor ana
any other:



ie <“w. A. BUSTAMANTE,
2

yves-

an «an

Accurate Pen Pictures






N official booklet on the West
A team which is to tour
En summer is to be

April by Playfair.
| The booklet, ap-

y 36 pages, will contain
pen-pictures of all the







st dndian players, and will also
ve Photographs of notable West
cricket grounds. The fore-
rd *i written by Sir
ri ner who went to
ados
axe, ae «»
First. English Recordings
NTER@STEDLY watching the
1 first Eftglish recording of Trin-



i Galypsoes this week was the
mous West Indian conductor Ru-
phDunbar. He listened intently
“the records were played back
‘ : beating out the












a een
e foot. He is off this
ck six-week Continental
ir dur which he will conduct
in half a dozen cities, His future
plans “are incertain
an «an»
History of The Bahamas
SERIES of articles on the
4 Constitu 1 History of the
B f which have been written
for the Nassau Tribune by Mr
Eugene Dupuch, B.A., L.L.B., are
n to be published book form
London by Bahamian born Mr
Jor Culmer
“an as»
Bargains ?
ESPITE Mr. Eddie Cook's
valiant effort to raise the
bidding with some well worded

sales talk the two dresses which
ere auctioned were sold for twen-
ty dollars each. Mrs. H. W. Pee-
bles and Mrs. Charlie Taylor were
the iyer Carib understands
the material for just one of

t over forty dol-
certainly made

hese dresses co
he buyer
good bargain
«nr «<»

On Extensive Tour
: AMES MURRAY, Direc-
and Murray
Structural Engineers, and
are touring the West In-

tor of Brownlie
ted

ie Venezuela and the U.S.A.
jusimess. They arrived hera
few Gays ago on the ‘Cottica’

left=yesterday by B.W.1A. for
1 cheng
= an “Dn

_ All Sizes

HH"? another tip for you
jadies. At the Mayfair Gift
shop watagting on Wednesday a
ecttr f ladies’ frocks will be
ale. Margaret Innes, the lady
got them down tells me
have just arrived from
nd and they are all the latest

and are in all sizes

» Da

they



BY THE WAY.....

= ay that necessity is the
mother of invention, which
oubtles ha induced certain
Indians to make whisky from
tree-bark and re oranges. If

necessity I would prefer a
daughter But
his taste

tien
repulsive
drinker to

till made
ery
label

Wine is from grapes,
to-day drinks
will probably
longer. Even
people who
Rose were

mut as eV body
grapes
De ised much
before the last war
abbljd about Vin
willing cochineal and other
colouring matter to the great
nusement of the go-aheads who
tored the stuff, and there used
story in Paris that Foyot
closed down because he saw an
American shovelling sugar into a

y tne

dor

to be a





THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE





Beauty Expert Arrives
oday
ISS ELAINE KINKEAD, a
beauty demonstrator on the
staff of Dorothy Grey Ltd., Lon-
don, is due to arrive to-morrow

from British Guiana. She is on a
tour of the Caribbean and will be
here for one week giving demon-
strations and advice. She will be
Staying at the Windsor Hotel.

an «an
The Fun Started

pe those who were up front,

the Mannequin Parade at the
Drill Hall on Saturday was de-
finitely a fine show. About eleven
p.m. the word got around that the
Cabaret was about to begin, and
everyone surged forward in front
of the stage.

This had the M.C. very wor-
ried. “I suggest you go outside
and bring in some chairs” he said,
“as the show will last for over
an hour and a half!” Then the
fun started. For six hundred odd
people to go through the sole exit,
a doorway about four feet in
width onto the grounds and re-
turn laden with chairs, was just
impossible

Some said the Cabaret should
have been the first item on the
programme and the dancing could
then have followed it. However
it must be taken to account that
in a building like the Drill Hall,



which has no graded floor, or wide
entrances, the producers did the
best they could, and those who

could not see properly, may have
the chance of seeing a repeat of
it should it be staged at the Globe
Theatre

an «a»

Musical Evening

HERE was a musical evening

at Government House, An-
“gua, last Thursday evening
featuring Mrs, Dennis Degazon.
She is the former Miss Dorothy
Blanchette of a very well known
musical family in St. Kitts. About
five years ago Dorothy was award-
ed a British Council Scholarship
and she went to England where
she made a study in pianoforte.
Antiguans were privileged to hear
her excellent playing of pieces
from Bach, Beethoven, Schumann,
Brahms, Chopin and others. She
executed all her pieces from mem-
ory and her performance was well
up to concert standard. We hope
that some day in the future Mrs.
Degazon will give us a recital as
she has already done in Jamaica.
Mrs, Degazon returned to Jamaica
over the week-end. Her husband,
Dr. D. W. A. Degazon is an eye
specialist in that colony.

There were several items on the
programme by local artists and the
proceeds of the evening are to be
given to the St. John’s Creche

“an an»

The Navy’s Here
HE H.M.S. DEVONSHIRE is
due here today with another
crowd of English Cadets. Have
heard our Bobby Soxers talking
about nothing else for the past few

Caub Calling

'

'

Who Was She?
LMOST hidden by a screen)
A was the lady who modelied |
the stockings at the Cabaret show. |
All that could be seen was a pair
of very shapely legs. Who was

e?

oor the sport loving and aqua
minded of us who were there on
Saturday evening, the Sports sec-
tion of the Parade and the Beach
wear section were of particular

interest.

Miss Brenda Gilkes’ dress was
of an unusual design, and the ma-
terial, crease resisting, makes it
handy for travelling. Miss Doreen
Roberts looked equally attractive
in a white shark skin sports wear
that can be worn with or without
a bolero. A cheerful saxe blue
scarf added an attractive note to
the outfit.

Miss Grace Bishop wore a grey
shark skin slack suit with a red
shirt, and a scarf and dark glasses
as accessories, while Miss Muriel
Ashby modelled a red strapless
bathing suit, with a hood capé
and other swimming apparel.

an «
Interesting and Enjoyable
ISS CECILE MUSSON, Ber-
muda journalist, returned
home on Sunday morning by
Trans-Canada Airlines after a
six months’ holiday visit to Bar-
bados and Trinidad.

Miss Musson told Carib that she
had a most interesting and en-
joyable stay in the two colonies
and asked to say “au revoir” to
all those who contributed towards
making her holiday so pleasant.
She hopes to return to the island
soon again.

During her stay Miss Musson
collected valuable material for a
series of articles. The articles will
be written on such varied subjects
as the proposed Federation of the
B.W.1., the colony's’ educational
systern and the history of the Jews
in Barbados. Her own family
originally went from Barbados te
Bermuda.

Miss Musson also wished to
say “thanks” to officials of both
the Public Library and the
Museum and Historical Society
for their kind assistance. A poet
of some talent, she published a
small volume of poems during the
war in aid of the Bermuda War
Effort. A copy of the publication
which is called “Zephyrs” will be
available at the public library
shortly.

During her stay in Barbados,
Miss Musson was staying at “In-
dramer” guest house, Worthing.

«<» <»

For A Few Weeks

RS. LOUIS DE GAZON is a‘

present in the island. She
arrived by B.W.I1.A, on Thursday
Mrs. De Gazon is the mother of
Hon. Fred De Gazon, Assistant

Administrator of St. Lucia and
Dr, De Gazon. She is here for
medical treatment and will be
returning in a few weeks.
«an» «»
Transferred

R. EDGAR SERRIDGE, Har-

- bour Master at St. Kitts has

been transferred to Antigua. He

was expected in St. John’s on

Sunday and his new appoint-

ment is Administration Secretary
«<» «<»

Comings and Goings
R. R. FP. STOKES, Director
of Stokes & Bynoe Ltd., re-
turned from Trinidad by B.W.1.A
on Monday.

Mr, and Mrs. Harold Bowen and
two children left for Grenada by
B.W.LA. on Monday for a holi-
day. Mr. Bowen is Manager of
Messrs. Y. De Lima and Co., Bar-
bados Branch,

Mr. D. A. Cheney, Assistant
Canadian Trade Commissioner,
stationed in Trinidad arrived on
Sunday by B.W.1LA.

Mr. Pat Wallbridge, Sales Man-

ager of Singer Sewing Machine |
Co., returned from St. Lucia on|

Sunday by B.W.1LA.



days, and as a matter of fact, not Among the passengers leaving
only the Bobby Soxers! on Saturday evening by the ‘Lady
So you boys had better watch Nelson’ was Miss Cynthia Hackett
your ‘gal’ friends, and girls, see of New York. She has just spent
thgt your boy friends aren’t three months’ holiday with her
watching you! family here
By Beachcomber
glass of Cheval Blanc which was so alarmed that she trod on
was, said he, too bitter. In fair- the cat. Later, she (continued at
ness let me add that the same the foot of next column) Later,
story was told of Prunier in the she (continued at foot of next
Rue Duphot, of Rigollet (opposite column). Later, she (continued
Fouquet), oi the Grend Vatel, at foot of next column). Later,
and of the Becasse she, as above.
My Mistake Dr, Rhubarb’s Corner
WO pairs of watchful eyes rs. B. writes: My nerves have.

have pointed out that, in the
hexameter about Homer which I
quoted the other day, I trans-
posed Rhodos and Chios, I don’t
know who wrote the lines, but I
am satisfied that my correspond-
ents are right

Wie For Bald Dog
HEN Mrs. Boddis, of 9,

Nelson-crescent, opened her
hen-house yesterday a glazier in
fur breeches whistled at her. She

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paper-knife and opens his tettcrs
with the porridge spoon. 1 told
him I would have to leave him if
this went on. He said he only
did it in fun. What am I to do?

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Women’s

Trinidad Calypsoes
Recorded in London

(From Ovr London Correspondent)

LONDON, Feb. :
“Mever me again. to travel by ic

Undérground trein,
I took a tin t© Lancaster Gate
And the trouble that I met I am going

to relate,

Well friends, I had to call to a police-
man,

When I lost my way i the tube
station.”

This Calypso verse may not be
well known at the moment but ‘*
is a safe bet that within six weeks
it will be as popular in England
as any of the present day song
successes. it was written by Lord
Kitchener from Trinidad and is
one of the first four Calypsoes
ever to be recorded in England. ~

On Monday afternoon I went te
the Parlaphone studios in St.
John’s Wood, London where the
recordings were being made. Both
Kitch and Lord Beginncr were
there as Cyril Blake and his Ca-
lypso Serenaders, who were to
provide the accompaniment.

In the recording studio two
microphones had been placed in
readiness and as the preliminary
buzzer sounded to indicate that
recording would shortly commence
a hush fell over the audience.

A red light flashed on to show
that the recording unit had started
and up to the microphone stepped
Lord Beginner to commence the
first ever recording of calypso in
this country.

His first song “Dollar and
Pound” was written about a week
ago. “I was told that I was wanted
for a recording,” he told me “and
so I decided to make up a new
calypso. It was not difficult. It only
took me a day to complete the
tune and the lyrics.”

Dollar and Pound deals with
the effect of devaluation as seen
by a West Indian. Not unnaturally,
the name of Chancellor Cripps is
invoked.

After the recording had been
completed, the record was played
back to the audience and amused
chuckles testified to the success of
Lord Beginner’s song writing. The
other side of the _ record
“Matrimony.”

1S

Once again the warning buzzers
sounded and as the red light re-
appeared on the studio wall, Lord
Kitchener, to the accompaniment
of much arm waving and body
swaying, told of his adventures on
the Underground. Apparently he
kept his eye ona pretty girl
instead %f ‘ooking at the names of

the stations and as a result he got find 1

carried way past his destination
and eventually had to enlist the
aelp of a policeman to get back
to the right station. This calypso
is called “Underggound Train”
and is backed by “Nora.”

Both these recordings are likely
to be available in England about
the end of February and they will
probably be on sale in the West
Indies some six or eight weeks
later.

~~




Miss Anthea Richardson. 20. of
Long Island, New York, wore jet
earrings, necklace to match Red-
haired Miss Pat Notice, 21. had a

Del Monte clasp to her throat.
They were at the annual ball of
London House Hall of Residents
Guilfort Street



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7c. per Ib.

MEAT (Fresh)
Beef—36c. per lb.
Mutton—40c. per lb.
Veal—40c. per lb.
Liver, Tongue, Kidney & Heart
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Plumps Score

LONDON, (By Mail)



British fashions are dc-
r g models with more curves
pl ly plump” wiil
Already plumper mannequins

from Northern England are re-
placing the taller, willowy London
models.

Miss Nellwyn Hawkridge, mem-
ber of a prominent Northern
mannequin agency pointed out.

“Average measurements in Lon-
don are: hips 36 ins., bust 32—34
ins.

“North country models average
hips 38-39 ins. and bust 36 ins.”

—LN.S.





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struggle to get free bur the coras are
%© well tied thar they can‘:
hing with them and ar las

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pause fot breath. Ruper: has
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" Look, look, it's Beppo |’ he cries.

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“Fle must have seen wha

t happened
and followed me here. Thank
goodness that horrid man didn’: see
him. Hi, Beppo, come inside!”
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the littl monkey § 10 understand



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Hard Unlovely
Faces

LONDON, (By Mail)
Women are imitating men in a
“disastrous to themselves,

ee ”
society, and the Kingdom of God,
according to the Rev. Alec
Miller Stephens, bachelor vicar

of Birtley, Durham country.
Rev. Stephens told his 12,000
parishioners in a parish letter

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L Pepiaeto hoping
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is absorbed. (5)
Trick that is sure (4)
14 Brietiy just tweive
. Part of footwear
Kind of board
raw. (7)
19. The age of neon lighting. (3)
Sounds as though the river man
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Metamorphosis of
Park. (6)
Monumental. (9)

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3. Name of a Dickens character. (8
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litical leaders—even ._Mr. Churchill—and
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ents muster makes a greater noise than

FEBRUARY 7, 1950





By

wes by PO
a statemen







ica n ;
igicule er ents themselves. For ridicule is cheap,
p pronoun and makes no awkward promises to the elec-

would hardly have known that Mr. J. B

'g yadio broadcast was so important until the Con-

les § had turned on all its biggest guns to de-

i eee
ae PriestleY.

novelist

atime ey spoke in

p, So you

of their number in the House of
Commons after the election—after
neglecting to seek popularity.


































































vein, address-
middle class

er the lass .
ang inem that he 'â„¢- What Shall I Say?
f same grievances,
and grouses that “= Candidates are busy writing
nevertheless that he their “Election Addresses”. These

" yote Labour. On
q all the fury of de-
a rvatives er
that one wea

! Soe ast eager to
4 keep in its disgrun-
vine professional middle
" this week, writes a
1, He condemns

are probably a feature unique to
British political life. They are
also a considerable personal strain
to many a candidate not used to
putting his ideas on paper. The
Election Address is the means by
which each candidate presents
his personal point of view. It is
printed and addressed—by a team

eo deal of hard-working supporters — to
nt—it Te tust trying ach one of the electorate. The
ie and cautious Political parties, by tradition,

allow the candidates a wide free-
dom. Each candidate has to, more
or less, keep within the frame-
work of his party’s policy, but he
can emphasise what he pleases,
he can talk about his own preju-
dices, and he can add almost any-
thing he likes to the Party pro-
gramme. These little personal
essays about themselves are in-
deed a most revealing test of the
character of a politician. Vanity
shows itself; ‘the timidity of a
member who copies phrases from
an official programme is noted;
the man with confused arguments
betrays his confusion on paper.
If all candidates were chosen en-
tirely by their election addresses
Parliament would probably be
less full of self-opinionated, am-
bitious men. But of course it is
not so. The Election Address
plays its part—but a ready plat-
form speaker can undo the bad
impression in his Address with a
few bright words. And often it
is the party that is elected, and
not the candidate—for indeed the
history of British politics shows
some remarkably incapable can-
didates elected on the occasions
of a party landslide when almost
anyone standing with the right
label would get the votes. But
at this @lection the result is like-
ly to be closer and so the quality ;
of the House of Commons, judged
ona_ basis of personal ability, }
should be higher. That is very

Mey are stitring up the
| Of course, in an elec-
who agree with you are
pave the interests of the

and those who
! they are at least self-
haps worse.

way, one would
the news receiving
«ein Conservative news-
the German food ra-
mded, was such a
ow for Labour until
he “Daily Herald”. On
day that the “Daily Ex-
‘splayed prominently .

rs opinion o
ee enent Phat he
bin unrationed Germany,
iy Herald”, with equal
we, quoted a German
mist denouncing his
nt’s policy of abandon-
tationing—what Labour
shares”, which Con-
call “equal misery”.

"i Og To All

ative party, having
compete with the La~-
on its own ground,
offer a bigger and bet-
iservice state” in its
d programme, The
have something to
, to almost as many
posible. Taken in
eit appearance, Conser-
benefits to the

to



women civil servants, theoretical. We hope so.
is owners, lorry own- al
wr companies, cotton Independence Or
& unions, the white he
rket gardeners, ¥
‘ small holders, those Anti Everyone
De the Seots ne One newspaper still remains
- ’

neutral. The “Manchester Guard-
ian” has denounced for their
faults the political programmes of
Communists, Liberals, Socialists
and Conservatives. It is hoped
that before the election this news-
paper will make up its mind and

| Also in the Conser-
mme is a suggestion
will make economies of
twentieth and a tenth
ipenditure. In figures
h £165 and £330,-
mh this sum the Con-

ly ptoposes both to ‘hen, probably, it will have a
fon by stabilising SYeat influence—far greater in
also to distribute Votes than its circulation.

us benefits to innum-
The “Mancheste1
‘was the first paper to
ai the expense of this
[policy of promises—in-
iid be a miracle, this
bly the Conservative
learned from the way
Ipaigned before it had
bilities of office. Then
would promise quarts
pots. Now they are
fo greater caution.

Popularity



Worrell
Hits 66
Vs Bombay
MATCH DRAWN

A Bombay XI saved théir three
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they intend to go to
with more than 400
4 publication spoke
M four hundred”, al-

Bombay scored 388 and then the
Commonwealth hit 163 for the
loss of 6 wickets in their second
innings before stumps were drawn.

at each of these The Bombay team, who had
. been told to go ilied so well yesterday, after
eépeak only the truth, losing three wickets for 8 runs,

ain the hard facts, not
mularity by easy prom-
"6 UNpopularity seems
Course for a political
the Last Trump, But
ston = Churchill’s

to reach 259 for 5 before the close
of the second day’s play, went
near to reaching the Common-
wealth total today. ,
The good work started by Umri-
temark gar and Merchant with their fourth
ite. 2 letter to wicket stand of 225 yesterday, was
fo the Liberal carried on by V. L. Manjrekar (63)
hee»? tee “six or and M. M. Dalvi (51) but they
=, Whom Mr. failed by 22 runs to gain a first
din the next House innings Jead.
F Sded Putting the Lambert took 4 Bombay wickets
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ours of the
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the

wealth batted again Frank Wor-| Prosecutors
rell hit 66 of the 163 runs scored.| Brancker appeared for Cordew.

r the New Year! iii.

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Leaking
Schooner
Arrives

With the bottom partly cement-
ed, temporarily stopping a leak
developed at sea some time ago,
the 72-ton auxiliary schooner
“Emeline” sailed into Carlisle
Bay yesterday.

The “Emeline” was caught in
bad weather while on its way
here from British Guiana with
cargo. The mainsail and foresail
were blown away, a leak devel-
oped and there was no fuel
in the tank when about 83 miles
from Barbados. Unable to make
Barbados, Captain Clarke sailed
the vessel into shelter at Vieux
Fort, St. Lucia.

Shortly after its arrival here
the “Emeline” got a berth along-
side the dry dock where it is
expected to go as soon as possi-
ble. The better part of its cargo
was brought here by motor ves-
sels “T, B. Radar” and “Daer-
wood”. Now on board are 70
wallaba poles and 66 tons of
firewood which are to be dis-

charged before it is docked.

At St. Lucia
The mate o1 the vessel told the
yesterday that they

day, January 7, and met the
weather on the following Monday.
The weather lasted until they got
to Vieux Fort.

When anchor was dropped at
rockets were fired
from it to give warning that a
vessel had ariiived in difficulty
but no answer came back, The
skipper went ashore to get a
third pump and a tug to tow him
in but nothing could be done ow-
ing to a strong breeze which was
blowing. Men from Vieux Fort
were called to aid the “Emeline’s”
crew in pumping.

The “Emeline” was towed froin
Vieux Fort to Castries by the
“T, B. Radar.” There it was eased
of a great deal of its cargo. The
leak was discovered to be under-
neath the foremast.

After the leak was temporarily
stopped with the cement, the
“Emeline” started for Barbados,
relying chiefly on the engine as
the sails were stranded. It left
Castries on Sunday morning
about 8 o’clock and arrived yes-

terday about 6.30 a.m,

ae behaving in a , 1 : : r One of the crew remarking on
5 . Wealth side here today when a :
manner. Their Meats haat ™ Panty to the| the weather said “It was the worst
mbly has been a little Commonwealth team’s declared weather I have experienced in
them. Still the party first innings total of 403 for 9,| ¥&as.





To Pay 10/-

A decision was yesterday con-

firmed against Wilfred Cordew ot

Hindsbury Road by Their Hon-
Assistant Court of

H. A. Vaughn,

Cordew had been fined 10/-

and 3/- costs by His Worship Mr.
C. W. Rudder of Boarded Hall,
for having misconducted himself
on Seawell Airport on August 11,

1949.
Mr. W. W. Reece, represented
Executive Committee, the
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Their Honours ot tne Assistant
Court of Appeal, Mr. G. L. Tay-
lor and Mr. H, A. Vaughn wester-

day upheld a decision of His
Worship Mr. C, W. Rudder. Mr.
Rudder had dismissed a _ case

against Frank Fybrace of Upper
Collymore Rock in which he had
been charged with having mis-
conducted hirnself while at Sea-
well Airport on February 17, 1949.

Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C., ap-
peared on behalf of the Execu-
tive Committee, prosecutors,
while Mr. J. E. T. Brancker rep-
resented Fybrace,



According to the evidence,
Fybrace was going towards the
Terminal building of the Air-

port when Cpl. Norris told him
he could not enter,

Norris told the court that when
he attempted to bar off Fybrace,
he drew a white handled knife.

Fybrace said that he had no
knife on him that day. He usu-
ally carried his switch key with
him. The key had a small white
ornament on top. He might have
taken it out of his pocket on the
occasion of which Norris spoke.

_

Beater Fined

A decision for a tine of £2 and
3/- costs which was imposed on
Tyra White of Licorish Village,
My Lords Hill, by His Worship
Mr. H. A. Talma, Police Magis-
trate of District “A”, was yes-
terday confirmed by Their Hon-
ours of the Assistant Court of
Appeal, Mr. G. L. Taylor and
H, A. Vaughn.

White was charged with having
inflicted bodily harm on Marguer-
ita Springer of the same district
on October 31. 7

The evidence was that the
beating came about when Spring-
er’s daughter chased White’s tur-
key from picking at her mother’s
chickens. White struck the girl
and after a further dispute, beat
Springer who had to be treated
at the General Hospital.



Rif le Shooting

Roberts Top Scores |
In Shoot

Except for one sharp shower of
rain conditions were good on
Saturday when the B.R.A. held a
practice shoot at 200 yards and
500 yards, |

Tall scoring was the order of
the day and Roberts with 95 out}
of 100 led the way. There were |
four scores of 94. Two young
shots put up good scores—L. E. R. |
Parry with 94 and G. F. Pilgrim |
91

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5. Mr. L. E. R. Parry...... 94
6. Major J. E. Griffith..... 93
7. Mr. G. Fy Pilgrim....... 91
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LONDON, (By Mail).

Smallest of the 42 Colonial
Annual Reports issued by the
Colonial Office, the 1948 review of
Cayman Island affairs has just
been published in London.

The report states that although
there were no marked changes
during the year, either in social
or economic conditions, the pro-
gress made during last decade,
was maintained. |

Demand for localiy grown pro-
duce in Grand Cayman far ex-|
ceeded supply but in the Lesser
Islands, the position was far more
satisfactory and small quantities
of produce were exported to
Grand Cayman

The coconu: industry in the
Lesser Islands continued to be
developed rapidly and the report
expresses the hope that within
five or six years, three million
nuts will be available for export.

Unlike most other West Indian
territories; the Cayman Islands
have no major industry and much
of its prosperity is dependent
upon remittances made by male
members of the populations serv-
ing abroad as seamen.

Now, however, consideration is
being given to the development
of tourism a$ a major industry.
Although no plans materialised in
1948, the report states that there
is still great interest in the
scheme.

“Because of the improvement in
sea communication between the
islands of the dependency of
Jamaica and the United States of
America, the inauguration of an
air service between Jamaica and
Grand Cayman, and improved
hotel faeilities- at Georgetown,
Grand Cayman, it is hoped that
some definite action will be taken
it an early date to introduce
ourists to the unusual attraction
offered by the three islands which
comprise the Dependency?”

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LONDON, (By Mail)
Viscount Runciman of Doxford,
the Liberal statesman, left an es-
tate of $2,732,968—but the estate
has taken more than $2 million
in Geath duties.

Publication of Lord Runtiman’s
will shows that almost $5,600,000
has been paid in death and estate
duties by the famous shipping
family since the death of the first
Baron Runciman in 1937.

Their fortune has dwindled
from millions to thousands be-
cause of death duties which were
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years ago,

The will of Viscount Runciman,
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968. Duty to be paid is $2,148,068.

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ot 12 and became one of Britain’s
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PAGE FOUR

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





Tuesday,

a
as

February 7, 1950



Sugar

THE essential point in the West Indies
Sugar Conference which will be held in
Grenada at government level later this
month is that there should be unanimity
in the demands for greater consideration
for our sugar. There can be no backing
down from the demands made by the
Sugar Producers’ Delegation. in fact recent
events have emphasised the need for West
Indian emphasis. The inclusion of British
Honduras in the West Indies quota is yet
another nibble at West Indian sugar re-
striction.

And Great Britain while pretending to
recognise the urgency of the problem facing
the West Indies if she does not pay fair
and reasonable prices for sugar has com-
mitted herself by agreement to purchase
50,000 tons of sugar from Formosa. It is
not yet certain whether within the next
twelve months that island out in the Far
East will be Japanese, Chinese or Com-
munist. In any case it means that Great
Britain has limited West Indian production
by limiting the exportable quota inclusive
of British Honduras to 630,000 tons and then
agreed to buy sugar from a country not
only outside the sterling area, but who may
be a potential enemy or under enemy dom-
ination in the near future.

When Mr. Bustamante made his sugges-
tion-for a united West Indian front in this
matter, it was not anticipated that it would
be at government level. Now that it is so, it
is fortunate for the entire area. If it could
have been thought that the Sugar Produc-
ers’ Delegation represented only the inter-
ests of sugar producers, the same can
hardly be said of delegates selected by the
Governments of the various colonies.

Barbados will be represented by Hon.
D. G. Leacock, M.L.C., President of the
Legislative Council and the Senior mem-
ber of the Executive Council, Mr. G. H.
Adams, M.C.P., Leader of the Government
in the House of Assembly and President
General of the Barbados , Progressive
League and President of the Barbados
Labour Party. Their specialist adviser will
be Hon. Dr. Sir John Saint formerly
Director of Science and Agriculture and
also a member of the Executive Council.
This means that the Barbados delegation
will be in the happy position of presenting
the Government’s view, the Sugar Pro-
ducers’ view and the Labourer’s view.

But far above this parochial point of view
there is the fact that the West Indies will
be able to come together to express through
their respective governments a unanimous
view demanding consideration which it has
been widely recognised, is due to them. It
is unfortunate that these demands should
have to be made to the British Government
but it is necessary just the same. It should
not have been necessary were it not for
the inexplicable attitude of the British
Labour Government seemingly more con-
cerned with the fractional increase in the
cost of the breakfast table of the English
worker than with the very existence of
three million people in the British West
Indies.

It is not now necessary to enter into the
details of the matter these have been pub-
licised and appreciated even in London.
They tell a story of threatening disaster
for the entire West Indian sugar industry
and the possible rupture of those happy
relations which have always existed be-
tween the Mother Country and the col-
onies in this area.

The attitude of the people of British
Honduras might well be taken as an indi-
cation of what can happen: if the loyalty
and patriotism of peaceful people is strain-
ed too far. It must be taken by the British
Government rather than an
example,

if the claims of West Indian sugar are
not given the consideration which they now
deserve it is possible that similar feelings
might arise throughout the entire area.
It is the duty of the conference to arrive at
some unanimous decision and to tell it to
the Home Government.

as a lesson







MANY people who come to
Barbados from other countries re-
ceive an impression that electric-
ity is very expensive here. I do
not know if this impression is
justified by the facts though I am
naturally interested in the subject,
as are all users of electricity in
the island. It happens also that
during the 35 years i spent in
Canada, following my professioa
as a Mechanical and Electrical
Engineer, I had a lot of experi-
ence with electrical utilities oper-
ated by private enterprise and
public ownership.

I arrived in Canada in the year
1911, when the great public owner-
ship project known as the Hydro
Electric Power Commission of
Ontario was in its early stage, and.
just beginning to offer serious
competition to the private corpor-
ations that had previously had the
field to themselves. Power was
developed, at Niagara Falls and
other suitable places, and distri-
buted throughout the country for
hundreds of miles, for domestic
use, industrial power and running
tramway systems of both urban
and interurban type.

It was soon evident to a rew-
comer that the private enterpris-
ers had not regarded the buiiding
up of sound public relations as
being of prime importance, and
had in fact managed to create a
feeling of hostility toward them-
selves on the part of the general
public, based on the idea that the
rates were high, the service poor,
and the interests of consumers in
general sacrificed to those of the
shareholders. The H.E.P.C. began
selling power at rates very much
lower than those of the private
companies, and the manage of
the latter thought that within a
short time the former would either
go bankrupt or blow up in a cloud
of political scandal, or perhaps
both. As many domestic and in-
dustrial consumers began to trans-
fer to the publicly owned concern
however, the companies redu-cd
their rates to hold business against
competition, and for several years
there was what may be d@cribded










as a ding-dong battle, w the
demand for electricity increasing
rapidly at the new low rates
The rates actually paid for
power used in factories in cities

like Toronto dropped from 3 cents
per KWH to 1 cent, and the rate
for residences came down to about
® cents, end the amazing thing is
that the companies did not go
bankrupt, which seems clear proof
that they had formerly been mak-
ing very large profits, as well as
carrying things with a high hand
and antagonising many people.

As time went on and they saw
that the H.E.P.C. was not going
to blow up as they had hoped,
they sold out their properties to
it and abandoned the field, after
receiving a price that was fair to
the shareholders

It is usual for the rate charged
for domestic service to be higher
than that for industrial power
as it costs more to give electricity
to houses. Here in Barbados i find
that I am using about 100 KWH
per month in my home, at a cost
of $8, or 8 cents per unit, which
is four times what I paid in
Ontario, and 3 times what I paid
more recently in British Columbia,
to a private company. Some people
here pay a domestic lighting rate



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THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

R.E. Smythies. MEIC

of 22 cents per KWH, which seems
quite high, especially by com-
parison with 2 ceffts in Ontario.
The rates there may be somewhat
higher now but not much I believe,
and making every allowance for
different local conditions, the dis-
crepancy seems startling.

In view of the recent break-
downs of machinery and resulting
shortage of electricity, it would
seem opportune to have the whole
situation thoroughly gone into,
with the idea of overhauling the
entire policy of the Company,
past, present and future, both
financial and technical. I believe
many engineers would seriously
question the wisdom of installing
Diesel engines instead of steam
turbines.

The Company might say that
Diesels are cheaper to operate,
but even if true this does not count
much against greater reliability of
turbines, and may not be true
when cost of repairs is correctly
calculated. The recent breakdowns
must be very costly indeed when
all the bills are in. Will it be the
policy to pass this cost on to the
consumers in higher rates over a
term of years? We are all much
interested in the answer to that
question, and one feels that it
should not be left to the Company
management to do just as they
please in the matter, regardless
of where responsibility rests.

It may be said that power from
hydro-electric plants is naturally
cheaper than from steam or diesel
engines, but this is not necessarily
the case. The capital cost of con-
structing hydro plants varies
widely with the individual site,
and a transmission line 50 miles
long costs less to construct and to
maintain than one, say, 300 miles
or more, so sweeping statements
on the subject are not warranted.
The Winnipeg Electric Co. com-
petes with a publicly-owned
concern with both of them selling
electricity at rates much lower
than those in Toronto, while con-
tinuing to pay dividends to stock-
holders.

In the course of my career I
have travelled about the world
extensively, and have found many
places where the electrical utili-
ties were charging very high rates,
taking advantage of having a
monopoly and of the fact that the
majority of people have no means
of knowing whether the rates are
fair or not. Personally, I believe
in private enterprise on general
principles and regret to see pri-
vately owned utilities passing the
ammunition to the Socialists by
failing to live up to their respon-
sibilities. There is no doubt that
this happened in Ontario and other
parts of Canada, and that it gave
rise to the overwhelming demand
for public ownership of utilities
that has had such far-reaching
results in the past 40 years in the
fields of electric power, transpor-
tation (both leeal and long dis-
tance), communications, etc. It
may not be generally realised that
the Trans-Canada Airline has
been owned by the Dominion Gov-
ernment from its inception.



There is no doubt that here in|
Barbados the demand for electri-
city will continue to increase, and
we are all much interested in the}
policy of the Company with refer- |
ence to future expansion of its



ence to future expeent experi-| (By JOHN LEE, LN.S.

ence will they buy more Diesel}
engines? As an Engineer I cannot)
help having grave doubts of the
wisdom of doing so, though |
recognise the merits of the diesel
in its proper place and for pur-
poses for which it is specially
suitable. I certainly have no axe
to grind in the matter, in any way,
my interest being solely that of a
user of electricity who feels
entitled to expect more reliable
service than we have had lately,
and perhaps somewhat lower rates
than exist at present.

Public statements made by the
Company management indicate
that the recent troubles are im-
puted to a combination of defect- }
ive equipment received from Eng-
land, with a phenomenal run of
bad luck in plant operation. I be-
lieve, however, that it would auto-
matically occur to any qualified
Engineer to question whether the |
Company has in the past made se-
rious errors of policy in the type
of equipment installed. :

Certainly it seems wrong im
these days that any public utility



at least to some extent under the
supervision of a Cen)
charged with the responsibility of

reasonable, and the policy of the |
Company such as to ensure good !

and reliable service so far aS | accura

humanly possible. Most com-
mercial concerns are subject to
the spur of keen competition,

and the
goodwill.
under a_ public
gives them a
shareholders

cultivation of public}
Concerns operating |

franchise that |
onopoly, and the
ater security of




Columnists



ADNOeATE The Cost Of Electricity Se a Hy ae

Staff Correspondent)

PARIS (By Maii).

The bulletin said

both capital and income, have a| among the 14 countries:

direct responsibility not to abuse
these privileges for the greater
profit of the shareholders. In
the nature of things there should
be some public authority to see
to it that privately owned utili-
ties live up to their responsibili-
ties. Surely it is high time that
this whole question be gone into
thoroughly in Barbados, with an
eye to the future development of
the community as well as our
present difficulties with electric
power, and the apparently high
rates charged therefor.

A thorough and impartial in-
vestigation might find the present
rates and policy of the Company
justified when all factors were
considered, and this in itself would
help to clear the air. Fair-mind-
ed people do not object to paying
fair rates for anything they want,
and one might expect that the
Company management would wel-
come such an investigation. It

grumbling and discontent among |

the users of electricity

is especially unfortunate that the |
shortage should be so serious |
during the height of the tourist |
season.

————

A Doubtful Joy |

A FEARFUL JOY
By Joyce Cary
(Michael Joseph 12/6)

THIS is very mediocre stuff,
and rather irritating. First of all,
Mr. Cary uses Dickensian names
for some of his characters, such
as Lord Ducat, Mr. Bonser and
Mr. Sturge, names that might
have passed in “Pickwick Papers”
but seem quite out of place in
what is otherwise a modern novel.

Again, he uses that aggravating
tense, the historic present. A
tense Damon Runyon used to
great advantage, but which seems
false and strange in “A Fearful
Joy.”

Although the first fifty pages u!
the book are perhaps the worst,
the book has at least some life at
that stage. After that the book
starts to get boring, and gets less
readable every page. It is in fact
an effort to continue reading, and
one starts to pray that the heroine
will die or that by some miracle
Mr, Cary will tire of his chronicle.
But no, the book goes on and ©
until at last the reader, having
paid full penance, stumbles to
the end of the marathon, tired and
unenlighted.

The plot is a fairly simple one
It is of a rather plain girl called,
of all things, Tabitha, who lives
peacefully in a dull suburb called



OUR READERS SAY:

By fan Gale

Frood Green until a bounder
named Bonser seduces her and
persuades her to elope with him.
Bonser breaks his promise to
marry her, and when Tabitha be-
comes pregnant he runs off with
another woman.

Luckily for the girl a rich and
sexy old man called Sturge de-
cides to take her as his mistress,
and after the baby is born he
and Tabitha live in a luxurious
flat in London. Old Sturge likes
to be regarded as connoisseur of
modern art, and Tabitha, who has
become rather “arty crafty” by
now, persuades him to finance a
literary magazine. His money
attracts a flock of artistic para-
sites, and since the aristocracy

come to Tabitha’s house to view
these curious creatures,
comes a well known hostess.

she be-
In



What’s on Today

Meeting, House of Assembly
at 12.00 noon,
Meeting, Legislative Council
at 2.00 p.m.
Mobile Cinema, St, Martin's,
St. Philip at 7.30 p.m.
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fact she is so successful that when
Sturge dies a millionaire indus-
trialist called Gollan asks her to
marry him and run his new house
for him.

Tabitha’s son, John is sent to a
good public school and then on
to Oxford, and during the first
World War Gollan makes a great
deal of money. After the war|
the crash comes and when Gollan
dies Tabitha is left with a very |
small income.
a University professor,
marries a young woman who holds
all the ultra modern opinions of |
the time.
fuses to allow Tabitha to kiss her
baby, and out of this
family quarrel which makes |
Tabitha feel lonely and unwanted.

As luck would nave it, Bonser
appears at this’ juncture and|

This time he really marries ner,| Windrush” as it pulled out of Piraeus taking
home the last British troops from Greece, it
the hotel such a bad reputatiom| Was reported by Reuter from Athens yester-
lay. |

and hurries to invest her money |

in an hotel. He maneges to give
that it makes a lot of money, and
‘abitha is again well off. But |
this is not the end of the story, |

life history ot Tabitha’s grand- |
child ‘to be considered. However,
my time, though apparently not}

leave the intrepid reader to finish |
the marathon on his own.



—



in the | the figure is not negligible,
island, and a feeling that it) ever “give Communists the right to domin-|

These figures give a total of 5,443,500 Com-|
is certainly true as things stand|munist Party members inscribed in the 14|3
that there is a great deal of) .untries. The bulletin comments that while |
it does not how-!

“Danube Press” said

fen | activity or carry on propaganda.”

U. K. Troops Leave Greece

MORE than 700 men, women and children
sweeps Tabitha off her feet again.| crowded the decks of the troopship “Empire

The youngest passenger was a 46 day old
by any means. There is still the| boy, son of Corporal Peter Kenneth Atkins
and his 20 year old Greek wife Anastassia. |)
ime, though “Life wiJl be difficult for a while in Eng-|¥
Mr. Cary’s, is limited, ana I must| Jand, ‘but I hope I will like it,” said Anas-|}
tassia.





An estimate that the Cominform, in the)
event of war, could count on the aid of nearly
five and one-half million militant Communist |
“§fth column” adherents in 14 non-iron-cur- |
tain European countries has been circulated |
today in Paris.

The figures were given in an anti-Com-
munist weekly bulletin called “Danube
Press.” written by a group of refugee news-
| papermen and authors from the Danubian
countries, which specializes in information
from eastern Europe.

The bulletin pointed out the Cominform
attaches great importance to the Communist
parties in western European countries be-
cause of the “fifth column” role they would
play in the event of a military conflict.
“Tt is difficult to obtain an exact figure,”
the bulletin said, “because the Communist
keep it’ secret and, when they publish it, uf o y
should be operated without being ee tell to what uk 4 HOUR” FURNITURE LACQUER (eh
falsified or exaggerated.
“According to some official information
seeing that the rates charged aF€/ and to our own documentation, we have been
able to draw up statistics which, we hope, |
tely summarize the situation. It is un-
| derstood these figures are not those of Com-

munist voters, but of inscribed party mem- |
which is an incentive to efficiency | hers on whom the Cominform more or less|
can count.”

t has been:

inscribed Communis
party members are distributed as follows

Germany 390,000
Austria 175,000
Belgium 107,000
Denmark op 62,090
Spain (no figure; Communist

’ Party outlawed.)

Finland 28,000
France .. 1,500,000
Britain 45,000
Greece 400,000
Holland 55,000
Italy . 2,450,090
Luxembourg .. ; 7,500
Norway Bs we 60,000
Portugal (no figure; Communist

Party outlawed.)

Sweden 52,000
Switzerland 62,000

ate more than 220 millions of free men.”
| it eliminated the
| USSR and the so-called “popular democra- |
|cies” from the foregoing list because their |
figures, “even official, do not represent the
true Communist forces.”
It added that citizens of these countries are |
obliged to become party members in order
to obtain work and “not die of hunger”. But
‘from an ideological point of view, the bul-
letin remarked, such persons have no value|
| to the Cominform,
“Aside from these regularly inscribed party |
| members,’* Danube Press added, “it is neces-
sary also to include a part of the membership |
of the World Federation of Trade Unions, |
which obeys the Communist line, the Feder-
Her son becomes} ation of Youth, the World Federation
and! Women and the W

Trafalgar Square Must,Not Be Cluttered With More Buildings

I have replied that one must
responsible
ities with ordinary common sense
and consideration, and that doubt-
less the change of location of the
bus centre is a purely temporary
unavoidable
Victoria Bridge is being widened
telephone cables
the bridge are being changed.

To The Editor,—The Advocate.

SIR,— Women shoppers, the
Majority of whom are dependent
on buses for transport of them-
selves and heavy shopping
baskets, are most unhappy about
the change of location of th>
bus centre from Trafalgar Square
to Probyn Street. The only folk
who will benefit are people
attending the Empire Cinema.

credit the

expedient,

and the

is so, why

Women shoppers by bus com-




; situation and invite e ssent ; ; ae made and placed there -, issue to our licemen of. some boxers and promo! '2 VIENN
plain that the extra distance to et an eS ah oe : ond ae ge + oom — I can blow ian eee creation in the nature f, as fairplay to the Sane es * VIENNA SAUSAGES
and a reet anc he an me he . - s ‘ oO. eckwit ouse barri — “ M ¢, et
, am unable t swe i : arricades, nev truncheon-cum- alter- promoter, ake co
Rinse Sheesing streets on foot is and leave . ee ° Stine ag ge mci % the wharves, under policemen’s pretty aa native use against “aes o Seciioom Pig Bag ew ws au eau aaianhgieintaiens
considerable, especially in rainy authority. T eT wr s the sensible location for a sols, whi a. — Sana s othe LUN q in ti
icc ar in fk gunahine, end aes hat raises the question G.P.O. and one that would make Scoiaeetee are elevated to and oe weather, with differ- aa. and also arrange for a medi- UNCHEON BEEF in tins
{hat this will be particularly but : t . need me intelligent pub- adequate provision for all con- of my Barbedian Fr pow. Most = f . = re each parish; per- ©@ — to be carried out|
’ art; - lie and press relations, for which cer acti er 7 an jan Police pals are e thought! on those who are schedul |
densome on the return journey, | } cerned a practical proposition. but five-s ‘ eee
*» 1ave pleaded al ; > , Sets _ e-and-a-half footers fight. Police resery ”
when they are laden with a heavy t d all my life. ri a made now will Under the (umbrella) pit Anyway, until something is wane ny “ed ther of their waar $ i
in : alae E randics o , . Peas 7 - ee : : anothe their eS,
shopping basket, miscellaneous With a wide Victoria Bridge oe the community for gen- stances I cannot guarantee to ome about this defeatist effort It is therefore Sra tesncoed ve a} * (i ay
packets and the inevitable hand- provided . with footwalks for : G. F. SHARP re these traffic cops dry, apart &* Police protection in our Bill should be introduced into | if nt
bag and umbrella They also pedestrians, the relayout of ‘ ro the tops of their hats, Savare of Victory, I will continue the Legislature to control all box- | ‘ SAN
peent put that in consequence Trafalgar Square and the re- Police Umbrellas which seem so Gilbertian to shed tears daily, so that Bar- held lscally can : 4 F ay
ney wi requé y miss ¢ ul ‘ f awkwardly-placed ‘ 4 badians will have to continue ala agg | pig ge fy, \ ‘wa ~ on
bus, and will have to wait at become urgent matters To The Editor The line : : My Grrangoments th Old Sol ing I unseasonable a : are ey * ih 2 ; a PICKLED Ox Ke
in the open for a> further S aaukiie latareat und ealiaeaiiiann ae ‘3 re rhe Ade ocate make it impossible for him t¢ mose eathe } e No. XI 1940 : 1S MILK FE Ae
minutes, and that crossing Ux Trafalgar Square, I submit, is Socken after "ae a Bronce = eens exactly above Trafalgar they like ind that until See a ' - MILK FED ~ on
narrow traffic congested Victoria the natural principal traffic centre the works that m ements; and Square for more than part of : olice pals ave more effi- che ST » ber ; oe KIPPERS, cae
Bridge will be : ake Wl of Siidestaen: ane Boaeeel — oe hat move the sun day. My sun has a round protected against the : ago , a - FILLETS; \ oc
ian ; 1 . ae eens | nee erything around the heavens. Consistent work to do, and that » oS — the hope that this sug- ™ ; °
progress but also an extremely bh uld be subordinated to mak- } } ah : ’ nat parasol of n more beizierous and est ree +} on 1 <7 : ai i
7 i ; : ae ae loyalty to my job, I like so sky-high tnat Old Sol j eee era ; eceive the considera-| ¥ \ a9 ree
dangerous one especially for effective as possible. The please people. and I have a willy-nilly, as much ‘on ie "ie ny ves. x \ i, J (; () ) at
young ang Ciel peopl ne later, of Wit pot licemen on duty, on it. I mtend to see the Cx . CLAUDE RAMSAY % \W 4
Brighton, Black Rock. %

The ladies point out that if this
didn’t
notice on the subject explain the

stre
Squal
In

hat
author-

Trafalgar
public buildings
whilst

sans
Suet

bus-passengers,
whom parking

the official fo:-.a, and it






serve
ust inevitably be faced.
meantime, I suggest, it
would be unwise to clutter up
Square with further

exorably intensify the traffic prob-
lem. A new G.P.O. for’ example
will automatically attract crowds
of pedestrians, cyclists, motorists,

will
movement of bulky mail bags to

Trafalgar
man.

which must in-

hawkers,
places

for
must be
involve the

especially when I have to decide
to turn on my heavy waterworks,
my high winds and blazing sun,

Therefore I have lately
puzzled about this police —
brella next my hero, Nelson, and
don't know what to do about it
man. My arrangements for this
cute little island
with a punch especially when it
rains, and everybody, except the
felldws who had that umbrella



involve winds
sight of our






missioner of Police to suggest
that his traffic cops be enclosed’
in cellophane tents where they
can see and be seen, and admired,
and be entirely protected from
my weather vagaries.

: Perhaps this umbrella business
is the thin end of the wedge, so
we become familiar with

umbrellas. The ground may
in process of preparation for the

there is much
among professional






Boxing Board
To The Editor,—The Advocate.
SIR,—Owing to the fact that
dissatisfaction
boxers,
for the good of boxing in this
colony it is my considered opinion
that machinery should be set up

the Whereby a Boxing Board of Con-
Getaten caida tral showia be formed. PALETHORPE SAUSAGES
be Now, the Board would func-
tion as a mediator between Sea enn

t |

of
orld Peace Congress But |
these memberships in reality are less active |
For instance, she re-| and are destined either to camouflage real}

and






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SCRATCH GRAIN, GROWING MASH, u
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Tuesday 14th February
‘ Thursday 16th February
Tuesday 21st February 4

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FEBRUARY 7, 1950
quESDAY, FEBRU? os THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

; — Si. Joseph Vestry Pass _ 8. Michael's Equipment
Concert Lwo Resolutions 2e22==~ Vestry Did shore |

needed patching. After two days of brisk work, |

i They 6 not oe nee was all the equipment arriving here |

ANS who tuned in on fi s going to happen with the reaping N t M t by the motor vessel “Caracas” io|
sae aio Distribution set ouses nd Roads Discussed or the crop. He had sought the oO ee be used in the construction of the!

; on § ew Se ; ot the parish in the House, but Due to t w ves-
# Oe voices singing Spirituals. 7, Vestry of St. Jose ‘hi "was no meeting of the St terday morning, “snares? See")











Cleanse the system from blocd
impurities; many sufferers froin
rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago,
neuritis, pimples, boils, sores and







Saturday night heard assistance of the representatives new runway at Seawell Airport minor skin ailments, can derive great
: spe Orne college Heralds staging ph yesterday passed a Resolution to "°thing had been done so far. there was no meeting of the St. terday morning, benefit from this well-known medicine.

























































































jp was the formance in the the Acting Colonial Secretary urgin A Mistake Michael's Vestry which was sche- The ship left port within an|
bet initisl per of the money accruing from the Taken Woleen Fund et Bald asrhey had a: te a el ee ete Pas sacheatie tet enttinn|
jim. is made up of all be used for the repair of the h ee ac oe roe a Ae ommagrer ya ome en gg msc be ac Sag Ark pec ae ty Sage yr sonnend
| te Chow the Caribbean that parish with pair of the houses of Sugar workers in Road. He had been told by Mr, Tudor (Churchwarden), Hon’ble and unloading began on Satur-
es irom a7 aa: Siauabe, parish wit out further delay. Skinner at the Department of Y. C. Gale, M.L.C, Mr. B. A. day. Work was continued on

Colles The resolution is to be presented to the Acting Colonial Highways and Transport that the Weatherhead, Mr. A. R. Toppin, Sunday.




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The programme, which

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: , Secretary next Friday : ; reason they had not got anything Mr. F. C. Goddard, M.C.P., Mr. Part of the equipment brought | P W a
alt 20 sr. Sear st a. Vestry i 8 ee ite ie a Mn ma Chairman of for the Cocoanut Grove Road so T- Bowring, Mr. J. K.C. Grannum was still on the waterfront yes- . x
Ht paritone s0l08 DY aaa Aiek wea ae tr, the Churchwarden, Mr. A. P. far was that through a mistake 29d Mr. T. W. Miller. terday afternoon. The engines of a
srs Alfred ree Grieve. “ant of the Resolution and Mr. G. H. Adams, the Springfield had been put in instead one of the caterpillars was tick- ye
and a tenor solo by enior Representative of the Parish in the House of Assem- °f Cocoanut Grove. ing and the vehicle looked all set | GO AT ¢ ‘HOW oe
on Te Riage inti me 3 te Spa Road had now actually * 2,000 Bags Of for the long run to the Airport. =~ " 7
Heralds a ee ood deal of h : : roken and they would be oblig- : : : 4
ge iy Serco owen Mr. Willams and Air Blanch sgoesat Mma Ste Beat i wae te same Rice From B.G. tweak Panis Mea a
, t h : ’ ; ores . * : wi e Coconut Grove ° mI
Riess followed by “One Day being activated by political considerations, after Mr. Smith Road, and people would not be Over the week-end 2,000 bags CEMENT and obtainable from at
oie rg Micok nie te oe spoken in favour of the Resolution, and had suggested able to get out their canes, Th> of rice arrived at Barbados from le
” and “ that one na

op

aa 7 “eg : ld be starti i British Guiana. Th ived b: y .
or both of the parish’s representatives in the Sa chal He eae os schooners Srencen W. Smith” ARRIVES H. JASON JONES & Co.rLitd.—tower Broad st

: House be included in the committee which
Pyusic lovers will be able to poo) ti 1 nit which presented the something should be done quickly, and “Timothy A. H. Vansluyt- a ote
Mu Heralds when ution. He denied any political bias on his part. Mr. Smith said i pane: “a faa ‘2 ra
a a concer! at the British . Text of the Resolution is as B ent trangia SMe Pg adihe Over 12,000 bags of portland aaa Baa aaa :

2 Conee = the Bet ieee repair of roads, and the interest & â„¢iStake had*been made in ask- Both schooners brought sup- cement was included in the







; ing for money for Springfield Plies of firewood and charcoal. 2,993-ton “ ide’s” nae boieetaeeaimicatns .
council. ts are being made The Vestry of St. Joseph is of +oRy had taken was nil. He WaS instead of Coconut ciaaun oe The “Frances W. Smith” also cargo from PR se fi — eee ee
AraC Ne be t the the opiniun; That in view of the Of! ‘he opinion that Mr. Smith was 2 pity that Mr. Cox h in- brought wallaba posts and foot- ‘This Rice sae

Nee at ei bad. condition of mane f the ‘king just pohtics, and he would f,hny, a a a on 38 vessel arrived on Sunday, Something to crow
and the Children’s Goodwill op yY o e ormed the Vestry that Mr. . Plate glass, paint, provisions,

Go houses of the Sugar Workers, the advise that the resolution be sent Ski s ; Other arrivals with f 4 bout « « e

eek and it is ex- ; ‘ ers, the thr . = , Skinner had also said that they her vais with cargo from olive oil, celery salt, essences a ae

leat Ee iererts will also be 8teater portion of the Monies of Ate Coe oe to the would be going on with the mat- the islands were schooners “Cy- ginger, tinned vegetables, jams,

pected tha ay the Labour Welfare Fund should 5 eaeeees ter of the Cocon clorama”, “Lady Noeleen”, “Zen- wj hi c

at the Globe and other ) °° /ai0 No Political Re: ; : oconut Grove Road Corama s wine, whisky, cocoa, chocolates

‘ven e utilised for the purpose of re~ ' ical Iveasons in spite of the mistake. As a ith”, “D’Ortac” and the motor and chocolate confectionery, bis-

places. pairing the above mentioned _ Mr. J. A. Haynes said he would matter of fact, said Mr. Smith, Vessel “Blue Star”. cuits, sausages, Bedford chassis

ETOWN enjoyed a perfect houses. oy ascribe any political reasons he expected that the Resolution _ Cargo brought by these vessels and perfumery were other items UY
3B and eventful day yesterday. That the Monies allocated to ‘° Ur. Smith’s remarks. Mr, Smith for the money would come down included whole tomatoes, tomato brought by the “Queen Adelaide”. RELIABLE KITCHEN and

; the first working day each Parish should be the total _ asked a question in the House to the House at their meeting to- Juice, fresh fruit. coconuts, copra, = Messrs Da Costa & Co. Ltd., are
a ‘Jerks and businessmen were amount due to them resulting from . out the matter, and anyone who day, and if the Council met also, frewood, charcoal, posts, fibre, the agents, FLOWER GARDEN If,
! fosee what Trafalgar Square the Manufacture of Sugar. new about the House would it could be sent over to them for ¢Ylinders of gas, lengths of pipe,



‘eq like without buses and an .That the individual amounts realise that it would be good going concurrence after the House Ca in bulk and advertising

: 7 pairs cia to get a reply to a question within passed it matches. on an x
a nt is that shortly for Repairs to Houses should be . =? +i pas 10s y ;
aus Sees a man died sud- free Grants, similar to the free °!*,™ouths’ time, Why No Report ? These commodities were brought an tes ft




































\
)
eens and landowners from the Nene, ROWevet The mater was aetious spa'Riga' fey fine rMMe, TM Naga, Banaméa. eer herr |
ithe news got around a large and landowners from the Reha- one, and while the people were p28 Read had broken. Why if the “The “Blue Star” is consigned a sar JUST IN TIME FOR THE SHOWERS
wd invaded the Square and We a es: +“ suffering, that money was lying Road Board had been doing its to Mr, A. E. Harris while the ;
" i e again looked at the Monies of the Labour Sears ivi Leis . duty did they not report about ca a , i a :
“th etiseinas. . Welfare Fund should be used for age eine commented on ‘¢ Spa Road at the ‘Same time aaa un deer eam ie ot ree ee )
ally on Sundays, the Square oe : above purpose, without the Editorial that had snonared as they reported about the Coco- 2 "Michael fell Po ge tee Gane. Cabbage, Tomato, Lettuce, Beet, Turnips, Squash, Leek,
; Si except for a few y. in the “Advocate” on Sunday, nut Grove Road and Fryzers so taph in’ Trafalgar Square yester- Thyme, E, i
se chatting under the Ever- ‘a Urgent Matter — , describing it as a “suitable” one ‘at the Resolution that was going Driver Fined £3 day morning about 11 o'clock. hyme, Egg Plant, Cauliflower, Okra, Pumpkin, Radish ete,
tree in the Public Buildings r. Cox moving the passing of dealing with the matter. It was t© be passed would include money “He had been speaking to me and a variety of FLOWER GARDEN SEEDS
“put on Sunday on-lookers the Resolution said that it was common knowledge that if there for the Spa also. . A fine of £3 to be paid by in- about ten minutes before,” a wo- x
ded around the Evergreen urgent that something be done Was one thing that a Government Mr, Williams said that he had stalmeyts of £1 per month or in man on the scene told the “Advo- oi
‘me by the Nelson Statue. They quickly in the matter. Some oi could not bear was anyone spend- taken up the matter with the Gov- default one month’s imprisonment cate”. He complained of a pain —— Call Early At —
‘yee watching bulldozers, carry- os 4d Yastries had already ing ee money, They did not ernment in various forms without was imposed on Saneye er a = ee ae she said, and in a
h ons, motor rollers taken it up, and had been notified ind if it was spent by a com- any result. Replying to Mr. clerk of Chelsea Road by His Wor- few nutes collapsed and died. y, "~~
bei pon alle for Seawell that they would be given $1.59 mittee which they themselves had Smith’s remarks, he said that ship Mr. E, A. McLeod yesterday. KNIGHT ‘s DRUG S7 ORES
ng unloaded from the M.V. pe head of population, anpolated. when the Fryzers Road had been He was found Ae is
linen 29 igures which he had slowed 1s idea was, therefore, that reported about, the Spa had not the motor car M- on Bay + = SSS
ol Rahlenty waiting to that St. Joseph in the last three the Government should be allow- yet cracked. The Richmond Road Street a public highway under the 25 Years Ago nea! ee }
hat the big Government Years had contributed to that fund ¢4 Cie et comanne to go into had been bad for months, and ae : i the sum of $81,488. If therefore Spending of the money, and he that was one of the r hy {25 88.<0 be Iecapane* co: ADVOCATE
frane would bring up next from ( Ly erefore ' “Pen! wh ; ; v ie of the reasons why s uy
dlthehatehes of the “Caracas” they received $1.50 per head ot Was, Suésesting that a suggestion they had tried to get Mr Adams Proper control of the vehicle. “ PERBRUARY 7, 1925)
oocasi i » they would be getting ease d and Mr. Smith to go around the 5
‘mi on occasions before the Popwation cee S the resolution ; 8 oe February 2 about 8.15 p.m. Wreck “ . et
sment came into sight, some JUSt $11,568, thereby losing “ted parish and see the conditions of reck of the “Nellie Louise W
* : guessing what it $69,920. It seemed to him very Mr. Cox Commended the roads for themselves. THE British 3-masted schooner HEN CONSTRUCTING
Nhe, : hard that that amount should be _,Mt. Branch commended Mr. Mr. Cox denied that Mr. Skin- 20/- For Assault “Nellie Louise” was wrecked in
qujous crowd ot on- fing out of St. Joseph to be used Coxon, having broweht in the ner had told him that the Coce- So aE EEE
athered again yesterday ‘™ Some other parish, cs 10h. I nut Grove matter had been fixed. e ), tant. The vessel which
Se laeting End "lemuanarteien The same hardship existed in eae i bis sae cn, The Richmond Road had been On P.C. was owned by Mrs. Edwin Croney OR REPAIRING A
4 tent tor Seawell contin- ? a of income tax. Every cent hing: Pp patched months ago. They used A fine of 20s to be paid in 14 a Captain F. A. Hyman of Bar- |
ial, This was the first occasion 3 id " eeeys. Was. used) in The Chairman also gave his to get double the grant from the days or in default one month’s 280s mt been chartered to take
Se Herhadians has seen ra o or : ; experience of the dilapidated state Government that they now got, imprisonment was imposed on Bato machinery to Maracaibo. BUILDING
ch large machinery » voseph was producing the 6, workers’ | d declared #4 additional grant was neces- liga Douglas of Hall’s Road, by C@Ptain Edwin Walters had left
SYRY LITTLE rain fell over SUsAr, and they were only going that the matter should ‘not be SY. Hie’ Worship Mr. H. A, Talma Port-of-Spain a. couple of weeks
\ ithe week-end. On Saturday to geta pittance. He was P.oposing one of Saline Yak ri Seabee An argument followed as to ie “P 5 el ago for Ciudad Bolivar to take |
Mp to 6 o'clock on Sunday Seine cae nase oe He said that he would be willing Whether the Spa Road had broken * She was found guilty of as- See thy ee on
ing the total rainfall for the “ dal ecretary asking to go to Government House with in time for it to be reported the saulting P. C. 383 Herbert Jes- ere he found she ha
i was only 64 parts while a to see that something was the resolution if it was necessary, Same time as the Coconut Grove samy, a member of the Police ome wrecked. Walters arrived at ALWAYS USE
fing Sunday and up to 6.00 2ne as quickly as possible, Mr. Smith replying said that Mr. matter had been reported, Mr. Force while in the execution of var on the 16th instant. From
tlock yesterday morning the total Complete Agreement Williams had heard and read that Smith maintaining that it had, pis duty. The offence was com- ee the Nellie Louise was to
: - ; he had asked the question in the and Mr. Williams and Mr. Cox mitted on February 4. nave brought to Trinidad a con~
“ye 13 rt: Toh . Mr. L. E. Smith, M.C.P., said he House. Mr. Williams did not seem saying it had not signment of cargo. The only article
an , n e i 4 : pet sees . ;
ie ily two parishes to get rain Wa vaaalcdins ot be temane ok + Fale Phar tencirtrn lll Deplorable Condition : aeccinnn: Gene
Mi Sunday. Eleven parts were jt would take a little medias, On sour os of Sepecprepns on the The Vestry then discussed the In The Legislature peofies. in his, thanks oe o Ss
1 oo in St, James and 2 in December 6 last year he had asked pas ae bs gedle : Sree Ls ig condition of the Parris Ti a Foster and Mr. Orozo, representa-
5 ~~ . 5 , i ’
«\m| a question in the House relative t 7 . vy ;. Village Road, Mr. Cox saying that ‘o-d tives of th is a
te — for Saturday clad the administration of the fund, bus Dithcvaiteciaaumerias se oe eersen cans sald bite nat Sine h eo the Oilfields Ltd, for. the many
0 6. o'ciock or. Sunday he had as yet received no repty. dyin’ arcu road wou ixed by connecting BOTH ouses 01 courtesies shown to his crew and
Bon ee no parts, He was of the opinion that the It wa$ not true that his speech 2 lag Pe gen Hast oes |, Lageeane will meet to- | ‘himself on the voyage, and for
i a istrict 4 parts, St. resolution being discussed by the had been activated by political wre a em re bonny carer a day. NCIL their safe transportation to
parts, St. Philip 0, St. Vestry might after it was passed motives. He had made the sug- ew that: connecting it with the cou Trinidad. ~ . ~
8 parts, St. James 0, St. still take sometime before it reach= gestion that one or both of the East Coast Road would not help Among the items for con- . ASBESTOS-CEMENT
‘eer 5 parts, St, Andrew 2% parts, ed as far as the Executives:Com- representatives be included in the people who lived in Parris sideration in the Legislative Presentation to Mr. H. C.
y 0, and St. John 3 parts. mittee. He thought. that they the committee because he felt Village. r Council will be a Bill 2 Griffith i
E LOSS or a brow itcas should put up a much stronger that by doing that more weight Mr. J. A. Haynes said he wotlld amend the Customs Tar a
n suitcase case by appointing a Committee would be added to the resolution. second the motion for the passing Act 1921; a Bill to amen Yesterday afternoon Mr, C. L. |My CORRUGATED
Was reported by Lilly Davis from the Vestry which would in- Mr, Williams spoke again, re- of the ‘Resolution if Mr. Cox in- the Naturalization Act 1915, Chenery, Chairman, Sanitary
Sobers La: pelagic in { 12,000
; ne, She stated that ciude the Chairman and one or beating tae opinion that he had cluded in it a suggestion to the | and a Resolution for $ “oe Commissioners, presented to Mr.
a residence was broken and both of the Representatives of the expressed before. Government that if they did not | to get expert advice on rer) H. C. Griffith, the Intercolonial
oe between 11.30 am. and Parish in the House, and let the Mr. Branch also did so. grant an adequate sum of money question of drafting 0! Cricketer, who is an employee of ~â„¢ |
ao on Saturday and the Committee interview the Govern- Rf G. R. Hutson expressed a they (oe ee) be ~_e eee ee OUSE ~ ao - g of £5. 7s. 6a
i taken. or on the matter. iysimilar view. over e roads to em. r, subse y the Commissioners
} N ACCIDENT occurred at the ‘The oa oe the. Committee The question that the Resolu- Haynes said that if the roads were In the House of Assembly, as an appreciation of Mr. Grif-
er of Brittons Cross would be to impress on the Gov-gg 40m be passed was carried unani- in Government's hands _ they one of the chief items set fith’s cricketing talent and wisres
74 and Collymore Rock at about ernor that the Vestry was willing nously on the motion of Mr. Cox would take much more interest in down for consideration is for success in the Trinidad tour-
# pm. on Sunday between to take the responsibility of ad~ S¢conded by Mr. Branch. them. a Resolution to approve the nament, es a
> Aad M936, owned by ministering the fund just as they a H. A. ee ot sane Mr. Cox said he did not agree eee: nemesis oon ee S > G SS
me of Brittons Hill and had administered the fund for the ‘28! one or the other of the re- with that suggestion, and Mr. | © ave Passages ’ Be oe ee — a
Kenn ; . ’ ,,, presentatives should be included wijliams § t ; . He 1950,”
Ay wg Bewwnies of repair of houses that had been jn the Committee to take the e eeneera ne: wOr Mr. G. H. Adams will take
address and anotHer damaged in the hurricane : : .., Said that they had done some roads ;
car — M—1401 — owned The Goctailaaaas’ a also go resolution to the ne arene which the Department of High- ot this nee. 4
Hutso : 8° Secretary. He moved that a lét- Mr. M. E. Cox is expecte
a ' “ Haynes of Black Rock around and inspect the houses that ter be written to Mr. Adams aske ways and Transport would not to move the second reading
Gilymore Roc Nett, Clement needed repair rather than wairing jng him to join the committee. of e Kembted. He cited the case | of a Bill to amend the Cus- Af 1 ide
ym ock, Both vehicles on the Government, They would ag agreed oF a road whic ey had fixe t Tariff Act, 1921 ter i * i
rtane: ’ : The Vestry agreed. al ; oms Tari ct, 1921. : cieaning out an clearing up
ee schauat of cseney Seabees Upkeep of Roads that, 1 Oo soatcar ie oe ea gS reer |
HER accident occurred on A request for additional grants ; ; ; usiness”, Mr. E. D. Mottley
Bay Simei at about 11.10 to be spent on the houses, for the upkeep of roads is contain- ‘lean the same time, said Mr. is expected to move the Re 1 ni h boa d ith:
‘ t panen.¢ ar illiams, he was not suggesting | House into Committee on pienisn your cup Tas with:
k0 Saturday between motor Houses Very Bad ed in a resolution passed by the that they could compete with the
7, owned by Harold Mr. S said he agreed that Vestry of St. Joseph yesterday. y could comp the Bill to amend the Gas
ing of Westmoreland, St wine tae oueie, wore. tn oer The Resolution which is to be Department of Highways and lg dy |
i. 22d driven by Joseph bad shape, and he wondered how sent to the Acting Colonial Secre- i: iy 2 seconded the motion an oh ae
wey 5 aj Taierite ce: smselves tary points the serious con- : s e mot . De Dd, s |) ‘ 1p . :
Races, Dunde, and: thelr cocupante kept themselves tuy Paints Out, the ereeeh’ ii. tor the passing of the Resolution, | Address slating to the ree ENAMEL SAUCEPANS ....... 8-pint @ $2.20 10 pt. $2.52 12 pt. $2.80
, eet and ariven by es ee ‘ted his suggestion, was moved by Mr. A. P. Cox, after which Mr. Smith said that patriation to Africa of per-
ite Par ool “eke eee said Mr Smith ‘oochans ~~ of and -aaks. that the grants be made ert ate, Rom. had bs oe ou —_ ENAMEL Cups... \ 46c. ENAMEL BOWLS deur 39c., 44c., & 50c.
' 4 ; a g j efore he ‘was born. ow . ; . Reece may
y damaged the other parishes would follow as soon as possible. a . “ .
. suit. Ther ; itics Mr. Cox said that he had made the two present representatives of move the passing of an Ad-
SATURDAY aS ahout 4.80 hier an Waieaeawie a tour of ian parish recently, He the parish were expected to work dress to His Excellency re ENAMEL DEEP WASH BOWLS ... $1.71 ENAMEL CHAMBERS .. $1.37
D broke fire of unknown They should impress upon the had seen that work had had to miracles in a short space of time. Deep Water Harbour, Sea-
destrosen tt Belle Tenantry Government, and put it in the be stopped on the repair of tenan- Motion for the passing of the a Airport and Water
iT — = of second resolution, that they were willing try roads in St. Eibvahetw's Vil- Resolution was then put and upply.
Sectin ; e canes be- and anxious to administer the lage because the money had run carried unanimously.
e ene
ca Seale of the same fund themselves. out. He had het it, and * .
r were not insured. Mr, Williams said he was so far nothing had been done. SSS
NE MATTHEW of pleased to see that their junior In another part of the parish 10 ll 12
ax Hall ae reported the. representative in the House was they nee beim a . » 4d, & 13 Broad Street
three yards of cloth valued taking all that interest. But they ing, an ey a Oo stop.
; e stated that her had on previous occasions asked At the present moment they were
dence was broken their representatives in the House outstanding to the amount of $4,
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instructions of the Agen! f
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British Insurance Co. Lid.
t will sell at Messrs Me Enearney’s
Garage on Friday 10th at 1 p.m Ford
V-S Car damaged by fire, Terms Cash,
R. ARCHER McKENZIE,
Auctioneer,
7.2.50—4n

UNDER THE SiLVER HAMMER

By recommendations of Lloyds Agents
we will sell on Wednesday the 8th at
our Mart 17 High Street. 4 ladies’ Dress
Forms, 50 bundles Gem Cigars, 42 Tins
Cleanser, 6 cases One O One, 1 Mullard
Radio, 1 Water Softener, 5 W.C, Pans, 2
Pump Valves, sind also 19 Bedsteads, 100
doz. Cotton, a lot Dress Buttons, 1 Wash-
ing Machine, Lady's Shoes and ‘Hats and
other items. Sale 12.30 o'clock. Terms
Cash. Branker, Trotman & Co., Auction-
eers. §.2.50—2n.

REAL ESTATE

_———
COVE SPRING HOUSE — A modern
Bungalow, four bedrooms, two baths;
electricity, water, on the sea, own private
bathing beach, 1% acres of land Vege-
table Garden, 8 miles from Bridgetown
at Garden, St. James. Enquiry Sandy-
fields St. Peter: Phone 91-50 or at the

premises Garden, St. James.
20.1..0—15n.

———————

“MELROSE” — VOLLYMORE ROCK,
standing on 12,800 square feet of land.
The house contains, Drawing, Dining |





Room closed and open Verandahs, four
bedrooms, one with running water and
the usual offices. Kitchen and Pantry
with built in Cupboards. ¢



shout.

Inspection Monday to Saturday by
appointment. Telephone No: 3738.

The above residence will be offered
for sale at public competition at
urfice of the undersigned on Friday 10th
February 1950 at 2 p.m,

CARRINGTON & SEALY.
25.1.50—9n.

CHATTEL HOUSE situate at Rockley
New Road, Christ Church, containing
Open Verandah, Drawing and Dining
Rooms, Two Bedrooms, Kitchen, Shed
and outoffices, all in good condition. No
reasonable offer refused. Apply to Fitz-
herbert Bostic, Contractor, next door,
any day except Sunday,

5.2,50—3n,

LAN”: 23,877 square feet land at Top
Rock Hill, Christ Church, commanding
a beautiful view of the sea coast from
the Lighthouse to Rockley. Apply R. 8.
Nicholls & Co. Roebuck St. Bridgetown
Solicitor. 4.2,50—6n |

if

“BURNHAM” BISHOP'S COURT,
St. Michael, standing on 25,175 square
feet of land.

The house contains drawing and
dining rooms with covered verandah
and usual offices, two bedrooms with
running water, one with dressing room
attached, Toilet and Bath upstairs. Two
servants rooms with toilet and _ bath,

washroom and workshop and garage

in the yard,

Inspection on application to Mr.
Dial-3472.

H. B. Bannister.
| The above will be set up to public
competition at the office of the under-
signed on Friday the 17th day of Feb-
rurary 1950 at 2 p.m.

CARRINGTON & SEALY.
LUCAS STREET.
1,2,50—9n.



BY public competition at our Office
James Street on Friday the 10th Feb-
ruary 1950 at 2 p.m, “MALTA” at
Cattlewash Saint Josepn containing 3
hedrooms, The dwelling house is fully
furnished, Water & electric service in-
Stalled. Inspection on application to
the premises. For further particulars
apply to HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD.

31,1.50—10n



up for Sale by public competition at
our office, James Street, Bridgetown, on



Wednesday 8th Feb at 2 p.m.
L. W. C & CO.,
4.2,50—4n
SHARES—33 Shares in WEST INDIA

BISCUIT Co. Ltd. These shares will be
set up for sale by public competition at
the Office of the Company, Spry Street,
Bridgetown, on Friday 10th February in-
stant at 2 p.m. E. L, & eet Acting
ir , W.1, Bi it Co, <
Secretary, W.1, Biscu wy a

SHARES—300 (Preference 6%) BAR-
BADOS TELEPHONE CO, LTD. 93 BAR-
BADOS SHIPPING & TRADING CO,
LTD, 204 BARBADOS ICE CO., LTD.
The above shares, with accruing divi-
dends, will be set up for sale by public
competition at our office, James Street,
Bridgetown, on ay ‘eet =
130 p.m, Yearw yee, le
_— " 7.2.50—4n



Solicitors,





LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of KENNETH 0.
MAUGHAN of Deacons Road, St. Mi-
Malt) Uiquote mer at, «board and

it ‘ a
pinge hep with ’ shedroof nee at
older’s Land, ok’)

Dated this 6th day of February 1950
To:—B. A. Me LEOD

Police Magistra’

, Dist. ‘A’.
OSWALD CUMMINS,

i for Applicant. | said
N.B.—This application consi-
dered at a Licensing Court to be held |

at Police Court, District ‘A’ on Thu
the 16th day ‘of Februnry 198) at 11

o'clock, a.m, E. A. McLEOD,

. as
Police Magistrate, es Bsn,

LOST & FOUND
LOST

EARRING—Reward offered for retur
of long cut Steel Earring sae -
a : c e one
Yacht Club and Cran 2.2.50—t.f.n

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NOTICE

PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH

Applications, accompanied by Bapti.
Certificates, will be received % a

office up to 3 p. .
Fel ? P.m. on Friday, 10th

1950, for one or more vacar



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Sunshine R.,
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THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

—





In Carlisle Bay

IN PORT: Sch. Mary E. Caroline, Sch. Schooner “Frances W Smith,” 74 tons

net, Captain Hassel, from British Guiana.

Agents: Schooner Owners’ Association.
Schooner “Timothy A. H. Vansluyt-

man,"' 74 tons net, Capt. Stoll, from Brit-




h. Marion Belle Wolfe, Sch.
Sch. Lucille M. Smith, Sch.
Sch. Frances W. Smith,



Sch. Laudalpha, Sch. Felicia Monica. ish Guiana. Agents: Schoon Owr ,
ook Exhibitions, tenable at the boys ARRIVALS oe ee
co School. Sch, “Emeline” 72 tons net, Captain S.S. “Queen Adelaide,” 2,993 tons net,
andidates must be children o!| Clarke, from British Guiana. Agents: Capt Hyslop, from London. Agents:
ers in straitened c Schooner Owners’ Association DaCosta & Co., Ltd,
stances, and must be between the age Sch. “Cyclorama,” 71 tons net, Capt.

of 10 years 6 manths and 12 years on th:
foe ~ oe examination " |

‘an ites must present thomselves t
the Headmaster of the boys’ Foundation | t
School on Friday 17th February at g.-
a.m. for examination.

Application forms can be obtained | Mulrain,

from my office,

WOOD GODDARD,
Parochial Treasurer, J
Christ Church.

3.2.50—5n
————

OFFICIAL NOTICE
BARBADOs,

IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction)

tror

JOSEPH GILBERT HOWARD—Plantiff

CARLTON HARCOURT PILE
—Defendant.
In pursuance of an Order in this Court
in the above action made on the 28th day
of November 1949, I give notice to ail
persons having any estate, right or inter-
est in or any lien or incumbrance affect-

ing From TRINIDAD...

All that certain piece or parcel of land

(formerly part of the lands of Marchfield | Bovell,

Plantation) situate in the parish of St

Philip and island of Barbados aforesaid | Deonahar Manabin,

containing by

on lands of Joseph Gilbert Howard | Caridy, Gladys Casidy,

ing

oh lands now or late of Marchfield Plan-
tation on lands now or late of G. L. Pile
and on the Public Road or however
the same may abut and bound.

with their witnesses,
vouchers, to be examined by
Tuesday, or Friday between th,
noon, at the Office of

Court House Bridgetown,
8th day of February 1950,

before
in order that

to the nature and priority thereof re-
spectively; otherwise such persons will
be preciuded from the benefit of the
said Decree, and be deprived of all
claim on or against the said property.

Claimants are also notified that they| Rranford,

must attend the said Court on Wed-

nesday the 8th day of February 1950,] From

at 10 o'clock a.m. when their said
claims will be ranked.

Given under my hand this 28th day
of November 1949.

A. W. HARPER,
Clerk of the Assistant Court



Olivierre, from Trinidad via St.’ Lucia.
. Agents: Schooner Owners’ Association,

Schooner Owners’ Association.

Schooner Owners’ Association.

Prigent, from Martinique.

Fergusson, from Trinidad. Agents: A. E.
Harris Esq.

Gooding, from British Guiana. Agents:
Schooner Owners’ Association,

admeasurement Three | Alexander Samuels,
roods or thereabouts abutting and bound- | Clovis McDonald,

Michael Costello, Brian Stoll, Kathirine
Williams, Leslie Williams,
else} Melinda Lucas,
to bring} Munson, Joan Corcoran, James Barrera,
before me an account of their said claims} Rufus Carter, Donald Sandiford,

documents and] Weekes, Seth White,
me on any | Price,
hours | James Cunningham, Allan Lesevre, lan
of (12 noon) and 3 o’clock in the after-| Lesevre, Gladys Lesevre,
the Clerk of] Rannarine Supersaud,
the Assistant Court of Appeal at the|saud, Vera Franklin,
the | Rodney Tiesel,
Tiesel,
such claims may be ranked according Crichlow, Richard Stokes,

Skerritt, Mr
Francis Boyle.
From ANTIGUA

DEPARTURES
Schooner “Molly N. Jones,” 37 tons net,
Captain Clouden, for Dominica. Agents:
D.L. Johnson Esq.
M.V. “Daerwood,"” 94 tons net, Captain
Archibold, for St. Lucia. Agents: Schoon-
Agents; er Owners’ Association,

Sch. “Lady Noeleen,” 41 tons net, Cap-
ain Noel, from St, Lucia. Agents:
Schooner “Zenith,” 70 tons net, Capt
from British Guiana.

S.S. “Gascogne,”” 2,681 tons net, Capt. S.S. “Dalesman,” 3,882 tons net, Cap-

Agents: R. M. tain Jones for Trinidad. Agents: DaCosta
ones & Co., Ltd. & Co,, Ltd.

M.V. “Blue Star,” 130 tons net, Capt. S.S. “Gascogne,”’ 2,681 tons net,
Prigent, for Trinidad. Agents:
Jones & Co., Ltd.

Capt.
mS
M.V, “T. B. Radar,” 163 tons net, Cap-

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Schooner “D'Ortac,” 58 tons net, Capt.

tain Hazell for St. Lucia. Agents: Schoon-
er Owners’ Association,



ARRIVALS By B.W.LAL From La GUAIRA...

~~ = Donald Hateh, Lrucilla Lazzari, Jennifer

Chenney, Ellen Paton, Jean H itch, Lindsa Williams, Ro i
* \ Nz 5 i. s 1. se Willi. .
Douglas Wall, Sinclair Cuallen- Alexandre Williams, Kurt Pfeffer, Simans
ger, Ulusia Lyon, Jeanette Buchanan, Pfeffer, Sybil Pfeffer, Eduardo Rosswaag,
Silochanie Mahabir, Carmen Rosswaag, Hamilton Johnson,

Eric Cruickshank,
Vernan Hill,

Andrew Pearse

Marthe Johnson, Elizabeth Johnson,
Henry

from GRENADA.

Celia Renwick, Alice Purdin, William
Purdin, Rita Jeremiah, Maria Clyne,
Certrude Clyne, Edna MeNeil, Ione Kirk,
Simeon Wardell, John Rose.

DEPARTURES By B.W.1.A.L.
For TRINIDAD. ...

Mrs. Gertrude Gittens, Dr, Gecil Git-
tens, Miss Linda Wolynec, Miss Liliian

John

Lucas,

Lucas,
Galan Vera
Hugh
Agnes Louis, Philip
Alfred Hennadez, Edwin Pinto,

Judith Lesevre, Kirton, Mr. Walter Bonyan, Mr Joseph
Sajanpaye Super. Marshall, Mr. Evelyn Holmes, Rev
Tennyson Vauchn, Bernard Crosby, Rev, Ernest Griffin, |

Walter Tiesel, Nargrete Mrs. May Griffin,

Mrs. Elsie Ward, Mr 1
Edwardina Standard, Grafton} §Harold Ward,

Mr. John Hoad, Miss

Meer San Joyce Appleton, Mrs Janet Murray, Mr
Charles Dexter, Hildreth Dexter James Murray.
From GRENADA....
Master Stewart. Tor La GUAIRA
From ST. LUCIA... Mrs. Idalina Miner, Miss Linda Miner,
William Cox, Henrietta Cox, Rig'ts Mr. Keith Miner, Mr, Imre Lanes, Mrs
Patrick Wallbridge, James Marianne Lanes, Mtss Lanes, Mr. John
Wilson, Morris Wexler. Stick
ST. KITTS.... For GRENADA...,
Miss Alma Williams, Miss Catherine Mr. Harold Bowen, Mrs. Monica Bowen

William Johnson, Mr Master
1 Mz

Miss §
mar

IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION

John Bowen, Miss Helen Bowen,
uel Carry, Miss Freida Martin,
ah Wambaugh, Mrs. Mary Rous-





Oswald Valker



of Appeal.
3.12.49—3n Cable and Wireless (W.L) Ltd. advise. fito, Maarten, Gulf Coast, Arandsdyk,
that they can now communicate with Veronico, Guadys Moller, Mormac Sea,
the following ships through their Bar- thern Atlantic, La Heve, Wenceslao,
OFFICIAL SALE bados Coast Station:— Broomdale, Teakwood, Ernesto Tron-
S.S. Scottish Heather, Liss, Gascogne, 4G Vanthoff, Italia, Prins Bernhard,
BARBADOS. Cristallina, Alcoa Pennant, Yamanota, liebecca Boone, Evanthia, Alcobaca,
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL | Norness, Dalesman, Alberto Fassio, Im- Springwater, Rufina, Bergeland, Auricula,
(Equitable Jurisdiction) perial Quebec, Point Aconi, Filix, R Star, San Veronico, Arakaka, Fern-

wsdaY | sum not less than £72, 18. 4.



JOSEPH GILBERT HOWARD—Plantift | Gaines Mill, S. Rosa, Stuvyessant, Gol- count

_

CARLTON HARCOURT PILE

—Defendant

NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue
of an Order of the Assistant Court of
Appeal dated the 28th day of Novem-
ber 1949 there will be set up for sale
to the highest bidder at the Office of the
Assistant Court of Appeal at the Court
House, Bridgetown, between the hours

of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the after-; (Amendment) Order, 1950, No. 5

Apache Canyon, Forresbank.

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

ATTENTION is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence)

which will be published in the

Thonn 08 Friday the 10th day of February | Official Gazette of Monday 6th February, 1950.

All that certain piece of parvel of land
(formerly part of the lands of Marchfi
Plantation) situate in the parish of St.
Philip and island of Barbados aforesaid
containing by admeasurement three roods

2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling

prices of ‘“Pilchards” are as follows :—



WHOLESALE PRICE |



or pmenmees ‘ome <6 baeaans on ARTICLE RETAIL PRICE
lands oseph Gilbert Howrrd on lands >

now or late of MarchSeld Fiantation on (not more than) (not more than)
the bubba Rene = ioe oan ins Pilchards $16.16 per case or 2 a

same may abut and bound, and if not
then sold the said property will be set
up for sale on every succeeding Friday
between the same hours until the same

is sold for a stm not less than
£150. 0. 0.
a this 28th day of November

A. W. .
Clerk of the Assistant Court
of Appeal.
3.12.49—3n z

OFFICIAL NOTICE

BARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction).
GEORGE ALLEYNE
By Atty. REBECCA SEARLES

ALVA FITZ-GERALD KELLY





Defendant

IN pursuance of an Order in this Court
in the above action made on the 4th day
of January, 1950, I give notice to all
persons having any estate, right or inter-
est in or any lien or incumbrance affect- |

ng;

All that certain piece or parcel of land
(formerly part of the lands of Carlton
Plantation) situate in the parish of Saint | t
James and Island of Barbados aforesaid

6th February, 1950.

carton of 48x1 lb.
tins.
$9.04 per case or
carton of 48x% Ib.
tins.

36c. per 1 Ib, tin



POLICE TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

BARBADOS-BRITISH GUIANA CRICKET MATCHES
AT KENSINGTON OVAL





The following Rules for the Control of Traffic between the hours

10 a.m. and 7 p.m. on the days on which Cricket Matches will be
played at Kensington Cricket Grounds are published for general in-
Plaintift | formation.

va deel i
P, F. CAMPBELL,
Acting Colonial Secretary.

POLICE TRAFFIC RULES

Barbados-British Guiana Cricket Matches at Kensington Oval on
he 9th, 10th, 11th, 18th, 14th, 16th, 17th, 18th, 20th, and 21st days

20c. per % Ib, tin

containing by admeasurement two roods | Of February, 1950,

be the same more or less abutting and
bounding on lands of A, Jordan on lands
of the Estate of Elizabeth Sandiford, de-
ceased, on lands of the Estate of Nathan-
jel Lorde, deceased ,and on a road in
common or however else the same may
abut and bound, to bring before me an
account of their said claims with their
witnesses, documents and vouchers, to
be examined by me on any Tuesday, or
Friday between the hours of 12 (noon)
and 3 o'clock in the afternoon, at the
office of the Clerk of the Assistant Court
of Appeal at the Court House Bridge-
town, before the 8th day of March, 1950,
in order that such claims may be ranked
according to the nature and priority
thereof respeccively; otherwise such per-
sons will be precluded from the benefit
of the said Decree, and be deprived of | |
all claim on or against the said property.

Claimants are also notified that they
must attend the said Court on Wednes-
day the 8th day of March, 1950, at 10
o'clock a.m. when their said claims will

ranked.

i under my hand this 4th day of

, 1950,
aeeeetD, I. V. GILKES,

ff the Asst. Court of Appeal.
Ag. Clerk of the Ass $ apoeel.

OFFICIAL SALE

BARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
APPEAL e
(Equitable Jurisdiction).
EORGE ALLEYNE
qs By Atty, REBECCA SEARLES

Plaintiff

~ KELLY
ALVA FIT2-GERALD Defendant
OTICE is hereby given that by virtue
Pg Order of the Assistant Court of
Appeal dated the 4th day of January,



j



1950, there will be set up for sale to the | January, 1950.

highest bidder at the Office of the Clerk
of the Assistant Court of Appeal at the
Court House, Bridgetown, between the
hours of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the
afternoon on Friday the 10th day of
h, 1950;
en that certain piece or parcel of land
(formerly part of the lands of Carlton
Plantation) gituate in the parish of Saint
James and {sland of Barbados aforesaid
containing by admeasurement two roods
be the same more or less abutting and
bounding on lands of A. Jordan on lands
of the Estate of Elizabeth Sandiford, de-
ceased, on lands of the Estate of Nathan-
jel Lorde, deceased, and on a road in
common or however else the same may
abut and bound, and if not then sold the
property will be set up for sale on
every succeeding Friday between the
same hours until the same is sold for a

is 4th day of January, 1950
oe ae I. V. GILKES.

the Asst. Court of Appeal.
Ag. Clerk of the
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between
Lakes Folly and Fontabelle Road only and shall proceed in single

ceed on Fontabelle Road in the direction of Lakes Folly, except the
motor buses on Route No. 25.

enter Kensington Gap from Westbury Road.

parked in Fontabelle Road from the junction of Lakes Folly to the
so by way of Fontabelle Road.
| buses on route No. 25 and all vehicles approaching Kensington Oval

shall do so from the direction of Westbury Road.

ber of the Police Force. ’

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

1. In these Rules—

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

2. All vehicles proceeding in the direction of Kensington Oval

the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. shall, approach by way of

ine down Fontabelle Road.
3. Between the hours of 10 a.m, and 5 p.m. no vehicle shall pro-

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

5. Between the hours of 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. no vehicle shall be

unction of Westbury New Road.
6. After 5 p.m. all vehicles leaving Kensington Oval shall do

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

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

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

By Command,
E. L. WALCOTT,
Clerk, Executive Committee.
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OFFICIAL NOTICE

RARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction)

LIONEL EGINGTON ALLEYNE
—Plaintiff

JONATHAN COWARD Defendant

IN. pursuance of an Order in this
Court in the above action made on the
2th day of November 1949, I give notice
to all persons having any estate, right
or interest in or any lien or incumbrance
affecting all that certain piece or parcel
of land (formerly part of the Jands 01
Hillaby Plantation) situate in the parish
of Saint Andrew and island aforesaid
containing by admeasureinent one rood
on@ perch or thereabouts (of which area |
one perch forms part of the private
road mentioned) Ab itting
and bounding on lands of Alexander
Watson and on a road twelve feet wide
over which there is a right of way to
the public road or however else’ the
same may abut and bound to bring
before me an account of their saia
claims with their witnesses, documents
‘nd vouchers, to be examined by me on
any Tuesday, or Friday between the
heurs of 12 (noon) and 3 o'clock in the
efternoon, at the Office of the Clerk of
the Assistant Court of Appeal at the|
Court House Bridgetown, before the
8th day of February 1950, in order that
such claims may be ranked accordin)
to the nature = and priority thereof
respectively; otherwise such persons wil!
be precluded from the benefit of the
said Decree, and be deprived of all
claims on or against the said property .

Ciaimants are also notified that they

the said Court on Wednes-
day the 8th day of 1950, at)
10 o'clock a.m. when their said claims

will be ranked.
my hand this 29th day

Given under
of November 1949.

A. W. }
Clerk of the Assistant Ra: rt of Appeal. | |
3,12.49-—3n

ee

OFFICIAL SALE

IN THE ASSISTANT COURT |
OF APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction)

LIONEL EGINGTON ALLEYNE
—Plaintif |

.. Defendart |
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtuc
ot an Order of the Assistant Court o.
Appeal dated the 29th day of November
1949, there will be set up for sale to the
highest bidder at the Office of the Clerk
of the Assistant Court of Appeal at the

Court House, Bridgetown, between

}

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BA



JONATHAN COWARD ..

February 1950, all that certain piece or
parcel of land (formerly part of the
lands of Hillaby Plantation) situate in
the parish of Saint Andrew and island
aforesaid containing by admeasurement
one rood one perch or thereabouts (of
which area one perch forms part of the
private road hereinafter mentioned)
Abutting and bounding on lands o
Alexander Watson and on a road twelve
feet wide over which there is a right
of way to the public ‘road or however
clse the same may abut and bound
and if not then sold the said property
will be set up for sale on every succeed-
ing Friday between the same hours
until the same is sold for a sum not
less than £72. 18, 4,

hours of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the
Dated this 29th day of November 1949

afternoon on Friday the 10th day of

HARPER,
Court of Appeal
3.12.49—3n

A. W.
Clerk of the Assistant



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TOBAGO

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

(b) Science Master capable of teaching Chemistry, Physics and
Biology up to Higher Certificate standard.

Salary in each case

$2,160 — $2,880 per annum.

Apply to Archdeacon F. J. STREETLY, B.A., Scarborough, Tobago.
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SHIPPING NOTICES

MONTREAL, AUSTKALIA NEW
ZEALAND LINE LIMITED
(MLA.N.Z.) LINE) ..
M.S. “PORT PIRIE” is scheduled to
sail from Sydney January Mth —
= at Trinidad about February

M.S.“KAIPAKI” is scheduled to sail
from Port Pirie January 7th, Burnie
January 10th, Beauty Point J.
i3th, Melbourne January 26th, Sydney
February Ist, Brisbane February 10th,
arriving t Trinidad about 10th March.

These vessels have ample Space for
Chilled, Hard Frozen and General, Cargo.

Cargo accepted on Through ‘Bills of
iLading with transhipment at Trinidad
for British Guiana, Barbados, Windward
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TRINIDAD

Trestrail And Gomez
Miss Century

(By O. S. COPPIN)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Feb. 6.
SIX TRINIDAD WICKETS fell to-day for 140 runs
when Trinidad resumed their first innings of 233 for 4 in
the second day’s play in the second Jamaica-Trinidad Test

at Queen’s Park Oval to-day.
Rains, which fell intermittently*———
since Friday, cancelling play on
Friday and Saturday, fell threugh
Sunday night and early to-day,
and prevented play until 12.17.
The wicket was lively, and the
Jamaican bowlers gave their best
performance of the tour. The
Trinidad batsmen were pinned
down with accurate bowling from



delivery. Mudie continued from
the farm end, 250 going up afte:
278 minutes’ play.
Jeff Off The Mark

Both left-handers commended
a good length. although shielded
to-some extent from punishment
by the slowness of the rain-log-



the left-arm bowlers— Valentine sed Oval. The first four of the
and Mudie. Kentish ,too, was fast ay came off Mudie’s next ove!
and steady, commanding great re- when Gomez swept a shortist
spect from the batsmen. ball outside the leg-side to the
io ne-leg boundary, the ball just
Unrortunate z Fuller as he sprinted



Kenny Trestrail and Gerry Go- ound in an effort to save the
mez.were both dismissed in the boundary
nineties, Mudie deceiving Trestrail In the next over, Gomez did















THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE



LE

: / d th i ff Ferguson, in |

z hin, then five o er; " -

Tenants re a gift boundary to Bonit~-
Yachting, Boxing, ete. to ‘when he pitched one way out-

SCORE 373

to in trouble with the first deliv-

of the bails, but Gomez was still
in his crease. Gomez got into His
wicket and pulled a short one on
his pads to the square leg bound-
ary for four runs. Gomez push
one on the pads from Mudie to the
ieft of mid-on for a single to send
up 350 in 361 minutes.
Fergie Bowled

One run later, Valentine had
his first success, when he made
Fergusson play back on his wicket
to a leg break pitched well up.
The ball broke sharply. taking the
edge of the bat for Goodridge at
slip to take an easy catch to dis-
miss him for 14. Trinidad’s score
was then 351 for 8

Valentine, who had then bowled
20 overs unehanged to-day had

otal figures 35--8—66—1

t

iia
Cheers For Ramadhin

filled he breach
the over. Next over
missed being bowled
Ramadhin avoided the

t

ihin

Ramac
playin

o out

arrowly



yhen he turned one in
Valentine’s 21st consecutive over
to mid-wicket for a single nicely

the cheers of the crowd,
who clearly did not consider the
oung Indian as a batsman. Next
he glided Mudie for a brace,

amidst





















with one that came with the arm, ihe identical thing off Valentine °V*' : 3 ae
and having him stumped, while » enter his forties, Stollmeyer ##2)" being loudly cheered, even
Alfred Valentine caught ana” }roke his duck with single off defensive strokes bringing
bowled Gomez when only one j fudie ifter being at the wicket oud “noes from the spectators
short of the century. me 20 minutes with Gerry do- Onlookers were then anxious to
Gomez played a sound, pains- ig all the scoring. At the end s€e Gomez, who was in the nine-
taking innings, marred only by 4 ¢¢ the over hinch was taken, ties reac h his century before the
chance off Iffla at 56 , ad having added 31 runs to tenth wicket tumbled, Gerry co-
Valentine turned in an excellent total Gk thas the score operated, Syringe to< scare a8
performance, sealing off the Pavil- for 5. Gomez not out 44 rapidly as possible, getting a three
jon End for the greater part of idtmear nok cat 1 ete ‘ of Valentine’s next over
the day’s play. He sent down 24 ae e
overs unchanged to-day, finishing Gomez 50 Ramadhin also lent»support by
with the comparatively good fig- Play resumed promptly at 1.40 defending throughout Mudie’s
ures of 39 overs 2 maidens 79 runs m. with Casas fc regis / next over without attempting to
2 wickets. ming from south. Gomez « core. Gomez then drove Valen-
Jamaica in her turn at the wick- the third delivery powerfull; tine’s first offering hard to cover
et was even more subdued to the ngle, sending Stollmeyer for a single to send up the Indian
fast clever bowling from Lance in tT aneiaiaeall pipes gen gle ho late-cut the next delivers
Pierre. In one hour and a half ait ai ene like a veteran for three sterly
Jamaica lost two wickets for 56 © ‘Mudie siaiasAticia aiid tig runs. Gomez again took a single
+ ger runs. : ‘ nd, and Gomez delighted hard to cover nd Ramadhin
i bt Bonitto scored 25 in confident Mrkaied alien bi eee down played out safely
ie style before he was beaten by To oiled . + { outside the Gomez reached 99 turning Mu-
har leg-break from Ramadhin, while ‘APC On one ea te die to fine-leg next over, causing
| itis Rickards took just over one and a OU -S'UINI as RE DAY FOC. sanston ero A the sii te ee
2 quarter hours to score 17 not out ig to the left of point for a crisp ee em ar ey
{ 7 Jamaica's fielding this morning oundary a ace : ike dae
L et! showed decided improvement Gomez reached half centr i The first ball from Valentine
) Bead 7 . ; . ffedri' t i] aft Gerry playe ird to mid-wicket
Fi while Trinidad’s bordered on bril- n off-drive next ball after f . oa?
ay liance. i¢ for 106 ste ’ but wa : ) it a run after
iw : ctink 4 boundaries, Gomez hook- Bonitts heided thy The next
i Trinidad Resumes Innings Valentine’s first delivery off ball Gomez hit hard back to thé
Bet At 12.17 p.m., Gomez 20 and i for three to fine-leg, DOW’er, wno epted a ¢ h te
i Trestrail 86 resumed Trinidad’s his feet quickly, ee. ee ele ig und the
b first innings that stood at 233 for ent of his former self in nu- ‘, fOr i ta sé
vr 4 on Thursday, no play bei pos- ‘ is three figure’ innings congratulate the popular ini-
hs, sible on Friday and Saturda ntercolonial games. “Mudie now rae on his excellent effort
Ph Kentish bowled first from the bowled the first maiden of vhich was reminiscent of othe
aig Pavilion End anc Gomez took a cay to Gomez. Things quietened glorious innings he has played on
thd single to square leg off the first cown considerably, six overs pro 5 DOES ( Ground
hy ia ball while Trestrail pushed wide cucing just 20 runs when Keniis! a7 i: ad battec 201 minutes and
i i of cover for a single, the over Lrought on Iffla in place of Mudie we BONE \
ES Be yielding two runs. , ? d Gerry late cut the fifth ball ren he was out the score-
He Lumsden and Fuller fielded as ery fine full to Valentine at first board read 366/9/99
Yes substitutes for Groves and Neville lip. The ball hit the fielder’ Trinidad Out For 373
hd. Bonitto, while Valentine was able hand and continued onto the jy o100 pier or 373
i to take the field, the injury to his joundary, giving the batsman his ance Pierre, the fast bowler
Bh: ankle having improved satisfact- prct life at 56 replacing Prior Jones in this
i orily over the weekend. a : match was the last man in and
reas Kentish, deputising for skipper Jeff Out for 13 was off the mark with a swiped

Groves, brought on Goodridge
from the Screen End. The latter
with a leisurely run-up to the
wicket, bowled fast-medium in-

next over when Stoilmeyer play-
ed a bali behind, after jumping
cut to the pitch, allowing Binns

swingers. Both batsmen took xumple time to put down the wic-
singles to cover during the over. ket, while the batsman was off
balance.

Trestrail Stumped
Kentish took Goodridge off af-
ter a single over and brought on

Stollmeyer had scored 13 when
thus run out. The score was then
291 for 6. Guillen being the next

Mudie. Gomez cover drove the shan in
second ball f a single and {he batsmen proceeded slowly,
Trestrail facing smote a full tos ntil 300 were sent up after 32:
A hard out to extra cove! for 4 minutes’ piay, when Guillen took
i single. Kentish bowled at 8004 4 single off Iffla.
#1 pace sending down some sharp Shortly after, Guillen jumpe
ip inswingers some of which rap- 4yt to Valentine, to hit t
a ped Gomez on the pads In his of the series to the long-«
n second over, Mudie deceived pp oundary. But the batsman's ef
ee Trestrail with one that came With fort to liven things up did
i the arm. Trestrail played forward rve him well,

h down the wicket,missed and Binns The next over from Iffla, he
nee behind wicket brought off a smart viped one too many to give
} stump which was allowed by th f.orbourn out in the country

. umpire. Trestrail made his first ged cateh. Ferguson

well-jud
mistake in an elegant innings of : . got off the mark with

91 that lasted for 138 mir

J sin | late cut off Ifa, from whic!

which he struck five four rhe ihe batsmen ran four
score was then 243 for 5 Valentine bowled again fron
pavilion to Ferguson, wh

Appeal Disallowed aT fted the first delivery high over

Stollmeyer partnered Gomez” Yentish’s head at deep mid-off
ah and played out the over. — ._ fer four runs and then took a
ae The wicket was full of life single to square leg.
ek ene aoe a ana Gomez facing, on-drove for
An e batsmen looOK no chances 7 tha . ler ory
ae Kentish in his next over found Ifa, one ae the = t
yd the edge of Jeffrey’s bat but the p,))' of the wt a shottish leg-
So) ball travelled along the ground. pregk on the off stump for four
at: In the next over from Mudie, -yn;

} another one with the arm beat With the score at 329, Mudie
Gomez, Binns again whipping off yelieved Iffla at the Farm end
the bails, but the appeal for stump Gomez pulled the third ball wid
was disallowed. The next ball of deep square leg for a couple
dropped outside the leg stump Fuyller at deep square leg cutting
and Gomes hauled bard but the off smartly with one hand
-. outfield only permitted a The first ball of Valentine’s next

ice. over, a well flighted leg sak
Off the last ball the batsman completely bat” les Myo
drove through covers and ran Umpire John disallowed the
_” Gomez stealing the bowl- stump appeal. Ferguson swept
. the next ball har¢ » square
Valentine replaced Kentish leg boundary, eo er
from the pavilion end, Gomez Mudie beat Gomez with the first

making a single off his secondball next over, Binns whipping

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Valentine made up this first ball

single over mid-on's head, but his
stay did not last long, Mudie clean
bowling him at exactly 3.30 p.m
tor Trinidad’s innings to close at

373, Ramadhin being not out 12
Valentine, who had bowled 24
overs unchanged emerged with
the figures 39.2/9/79/2
Jamaica Bats
At 4.02 p.m, Colin Boni and
Thorbourn opened Jamaica
np to the n :
Tre from I
Pierr opened t ball,
nade é
t in t } ‘
u hn hat of J Bonitto
turn the fourt » short
a € for a single rhor-
bo 1 facir N r l it
vi
{yome too char from
| ilic en nd had Bonit-



‘The Weather

TODAY
Sun Rises: 6.22 a.m.
Sun Sets: 6.06 p.m

Moon (Last Quarter) Feb
ruary 9.
Lighting: 6.30 p.m.
High Water: 7.26 a.m., 7.47
p.m,
YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington) Nil

Total for Month to Yester
dey: .63 ins,

Tem perature (Max.) 83.0°F

Temperature (Min.) 69.5°F.

Win! Direction (9 a.m.) E
(8 p.m.) E,

Win! Velocity: 11 miles per
heur.

Barcmeter (9 a.m.) 29.971
(3 pum.) 29,887.








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side the leg stick for the batsman
®o hit it to squareleg boundary.

The first hour’s play produced
34 runs, both batsmen being una~
ble to take liberties with the
twe spinners.

Skipper Stollmeyer now took
the ball from Ramadhin, but did
not find a length offering the
batsmen rank full tosses whichy

Thorbourn Bowled were treated with overdue care
Gomez was now swinging far instead of the leather being
too wide of the stumps and one Knocked off the ball, the over
full one wide of the leg stump’ SS ae instead
beat Guillen and went through, , .
to the boundary for four runs. Ramadhin now changed ends,

Bonitto got well over the last coming from the Pavilion end and
ball of the over pitched up to Was immediately successful, when
him and drove it hard past Pierre Bonitto came down the matting
at cover for four runs. to a legbreak, missed, and was
Pierre bowled again from the oar ant? iy for 25, the score being
ar" e

a late outswinger.

farm end. The third ball from
Pierre, a fast inswinger forced Groves came in mmself and
Thorbourn to cover up in his got off the mark immediately,

wicket, but pace and swing de- ‘ ll he received
ceived him and the ball took his taesuats on for a brace.
leg stump behind him. Thorbourn ¢;:.jjmeyer continued, still not
had not yet opened his account. finding a length, although the over
Jamaica’s score was then 10 for only yielded a ‘single. Ramadhin
one , Oo
ST Dy : hen forced Groves to concede a}
Rickards partnered Bonitto and cea Stolimeyer relieving him-|
was off the mark with a single elf with Ferguson so that the}
to point off the first ball he ainnaes now changed ends.
received from Pigrre. Bonitto ” Ateer Rickards took a single|
square cut the last ball of the early, Groves took a lusty off-j
over to deep third man for a sin- drive for four, losing the pall}
gle. Gomez with well mixed Gown the drain. The replacement|
outswingers | and inswingers sent of the ball was acceptable to both
down a maiden over to Bonitto. Captains and the Umpires.
4 Ramadhin overtossed his fifth
Rickards Resolute ball next over, Rickards accepting
Pierre, bowling at a great pace. the challenge, smacking it to the
met a straight resolute bat from ,,j¢-wicket boundary. This sent
Rickards who took a maiden from ,,,, 50 in 85 minutes. Groves then
him. Ramadhin misfielded a de- took a single with a scoop to mid-
ive stroke to mid-on by wicket off Ferguson, Rickards
Bonitto off Gomez and the bats- then gliding the last delivery for
men took an easy single to send anottier single.

Bonitto to face Pierre. Ramadhin then bowled the last
onitto turned the first ball of or of the day, Rickards pulling
1e over to square leg for a brace - ort one off the pads to the mid-
and gently pushed the féurth ball, a icket boundary to make the
a slower one, to short fine leg for (j\.ing score today 56 for 2,

single. Rickards, facing, mishit pi-;ards not out 17, Groves not

t ball of the over, another s tras i
lower one; but the ball travelled °U* g, extras 6, made in



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,!>!' Bt I, H:a \BV 7. 1950 THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE Xhev Grumble \nd Grouse BIT VOTE 8v DAVID LAHOLR TEMPLE HUBERTS LONDON. (By Mail). „.. political leaders—even Mr. Churchill—an'' ol Hun number in the House of Commons after the election—after neglecting to seek popularity. ""Toe middle elass MlMm mathehimrf*smp snevances. 1 3 .rouses that 'hey UvoteUboiu. On m bab] j all tte '"<> .Britten polit SBStSie wk "" cons.der.ble personal 'strain """"U^i rater tc. ' mony candidate not used to r ^u disOTinI'""'"* h 's ideas on paper. The li" "'!:., ,.":,!', Btocuon Address is the means by which each What Shall I Say? Candidates are busy writing their "Election Addresses". These ate probably n feature unique to British political life. They are tveeK, •get. He condemns 15 cff-Ofients from a 5t—1: seems the) 1 (w was just wise and cautious E,rf stirring up the 1 a course, in an eleco agree with you arc —lhe interests of the I Mart, and ,ho5e wno PAGE THREE andidate presents ins personal point of view, it ,s I..1 addressed—by a team of hard-working supporter^ — to each one of the electorate. The parties, by tradition, allow the candidates a wide freedom. Each candidate has to, more or less, keep within the framework of nil party's policy, but he run emphasise what he pleases, at least selfhe can talk about his own preju. "pasible T M bencilts to the gjNnen civil L ,iry ownI companies, cotton I unions, the white J market I %  I or mor.i %  (he S. 1 in tlu Lambeth an I upendituit'. In 1 inures nd E330.k this sum the Con•'I'rterl on the occasions • .t UK lor and Mr. 11. A. Vaugbj ilay upheld a deditan ol His %  '• develo_ped at sea some time ago. Ru(ldcr -2-ton auxiliary schooner .gainst Frank n '" Collymore Rock in wMcri into Carlisle "Kmciiiie'' Milled Bay yesterday. The "Emeiine" was caught bad weather while on its way here from But: I cargo. The main were blown away, a leak developed and there was no fuel in the tank when about 83 miles from Barbados Unable to make been th having mis!" conducted himself while at SeaweU \ teace, K.C.. a P n behalf ol lb Ova CORUB %  •. i.turs, _. J. E. T. Bmnckcr repgreos made during was maintained. BarbedOS, Captain Clarke" aeUtd -jSSU Un : U,t evid lce I^mwuifor locaifr grown proI into >'M-> the first baron In his wfH 13 years sgo The will of Viscount Hunciman. who was the second baron, left !ed estate valued at S2.732.P6fl IHity to be paid is $3,148,068. Viscount Kuncimnn's father, 'wno ran BWaj to Bte Si 'he age %  1 %  %  nera, left S;.688.780. HiNovemfg, left $14,000 wife AH ihe hates In Ltd.. II left to I his son Wen r other %  mint am mav to make up %  total income of $22,400 per annum In %  ife I NS BJtfQ C" rTJ ^Lr aai in i c. il^-— ^gax BIG OPENING KIIHIAY (Oil. 1.1. OLYMPIC Port, St. Lucia. Shortly after its tile "Emi-i: side the %  %  told him he coul i >ld the court that when KlHff lhi> Arv .lonU ...U-., , '•*"•w%\\ IIM "inu iii.il wiiif.i ffassSScts ble. The better part was brought here by m Kybrnce %  labjj would gat the votes. But at this flecUon the result is likey to be closer and so the quality h of the House of Commons, judged 'I "l; M b f i9 L .{. Pr>nal abilitv. BbOUld be higher. Thl We hope so. %  id that he I poles and 66 tons of wallaba firewood which are t 0 be dlshurged before it is docked. %  Independence Or Anti-Everyom One MWipepar .-till remains neutral. The "Manchester Guardian" has denounced for their political programmes ol Is, Liberals, Socialists %  %  H.UIM %  it is hoped that before the election this newspaper will make up its mind and iMy, n win" hen \ SIM to distribute 8 amen is to innumThe "Mi i %  the tlrst paper to I expense of this ; of promi I be a mn. 1 the Con i I before it had % of Oflii I t Now • peater caution. ifopulurity i Denaving in a Their I has been a little to go to *h more tl i oublit.i:. (Ifcwr huodi sseh • been to R ^y i' *e hard | by eai, * %  ,or a Political gfl Last Trump. But nurchuTs the Uberal to use -six or nthenev BUtti. loo low. & %  ** hopeful great lntluencc?—far greater than Its .irculation. Worrell Hits 66 Vs Bombay MATCH DRAWN BOMBAY, %  mbay Xi sevad tneii gainst the Commonnere today when a it-suited. In reply to the I ."r. Dili's declared 1 Irnttngk total of 4U3 for 9. .. scored M8 and then 'h* Blth hit 163 for thi 8 wickets in their second cfore itumpi wen drawn Ditau teern, who tiau i three wickets for 8 runs, ti 259 for B befon th. went near to leaelmiu the Commonwealth total today. The good work started by Umrii bent with their fourth wicket stand ot 230 yesterday, was carried on by V. L. Manjrekar (83) >1 M Dalvi (SI) but they to gain a first Iced, Lambert took 4 Bombay a for SI and when the Commonwealth bailed again Frank Wor>f the 1G3 runs scored. Renter T 'me for the New Year! """ %  v FIATIONCM PENS: PENCIL SETS; CRAWF UNITED SHEET BISCITTS: CENTS Tl H StS ,ner went ashoro to get n third ]>ump and a tug to tow him It lands, the position was far more t and small of produce ware exported to Grand Caj The COOOnUl industry in the l*aaer Islands continued to be L'eveloped rapidl. expresses the hope that uitlun five or six years, three million nuts will be available ft* anal other W< the Caymaii v .md much f its rjeepsiltji .dependent sittancea made by male members of the nopulal Ing abroad as seamen. Now, however, (. %  onsidcratioii ll ven to the de\' industry. Although no plans materialised in liMH. the report ^UiWs that there sreet In the My Lords inn, hv Hii Worship Sl^flJli Mr H A Tn,nv tr.-.U of District 'A", was yes1 "Ilecause of the improvement in communif.ilioii bceart %  ivlands of the dependency of United States of thg inauguration uf an i the Assistant Court I .ghn. — %  %  • ;•' %  •'; %  . %  """ W ; n having n but noth.ng could be done OWtll! Mar K „cr.. district blowing. Men from Vieux Fort ( „ October 31 were called to aid the %  •*.,,., hal the Th %  'p^^'"?" J baattng came about when Sprm,;7' Jt,. J ,7 i l was ^^ cl "' % % % %  %  %  t a great deal of Its cargo. Tho tod alter a further dispute, beat ar who had f i Stll'll' SIMMIIIHL; leak was discovered to be underneath the I 'ii'in. After the leak was temporarily stopped with the cement, the Emeiine" started for Barbados. relying chiefly on the engine as the sails were stranded. It left Castries on Sunday morning about 8 o'clock and arrived yesIf.iiw-rlw T**i *<.**.*£ lerday about 6.30 ajn. ntM Tlfe I OJ1 ^ OH'S One of the crew remarking in the weather said "It wnI weather I wean : Urand Cayman, and impmv. d : otel facilities at Oaorgatown, %  la hoped tri^i ;it an early date to Introduci .uuruU to the unusual %  ihe Depend) -INs LONDON, i % %  by the British Qovernn %  fron Quetamala, according in re%  .. %  Ita eonUnui U Quirtemalai 0 the disputed territory on the iirounds that It WOa an old Spaniili eolosr/0 The concessions granli %  -. tkn Co t" explo I ii.-h/e. in a i MODERN Anrriraii t lanailiaii HANDBAGS of Disliiuiidii at Pre-IH'valiialimi Prices riicd i mm S4.13-S8.95 8rn.& A NEW Ktnoof aaafjaaaui! dotit.miii MMNM'.'IUWU MM' .-i-M % % %  -.. ...r.*c.HiiM • V r it IMi M MMII HMHMI • fc 1 \ wiaaaKtis < <* •..—, wmc. HH —.NW M iiiin.w AT .ioiu EMPIRE 9tm FRIDAY Miih Feb. In Shoot Except for one sharp shower of idrUo n s were good on Saturday A held ;i iioot at 200 yards and 500 vuids. Tall scoring wet the order of day and Roberts with 95 out ion was yesterday con"1 ll>0 led the way. 'I* i firmed against Wilticd r ta %  cotes uf M. Tl Hindsburv Road by Their Honshots put up goi.i. ours of the Assistant Court oi l> *"> with M und G F P'lgrim To Pay 10/Appeal Meun. O. L. Taylor n.l H. A. Vaughn. Cordcw had bMn lined 10'•nd I is t>y MIS '. 0. W. Rudder of Boarded Hall. for having misconducted himsell on Seawell Alruorl on Augu-l 1 I, 1M9. Mr. W. W. Recce, represented the Executive Committee. Uw priwecutors and Mr. .1 K r Brancker appeared for Cordew. tl The following were best:— M.P.S 100 Mr. T. A. 1.. ltoberls 2. l.l.-Col. J. Connell 3. Cipt. C. R. E. Warner 4. Lt. C. E. Nebletl 9 Mr. L. E. R. Parry . Major J. . 0 I I'llgnm. a IIS.M 11 II Marshall. WIAH FOR LADIES -.-.•.-,-...-, .....,.,-,-,.,-,.,.„.,^,.,.....,-,-.-.---,'; : WE OFFER r ; SAGS LdS,"" i'laaks. and a Lunch ~|arK e, i cite Container H* "* I P, and 2 PI. UZI --SKS . I an i .our enjo-lng TR|, PS ** DRUG STORKS LTD. K,, %  J luiiiii \I 1-11 \ I'HAKM.Vt 1 I ***vK*V, '.•.-.•.-.-.-.-.•.-.•-•-•.w.V.V.VV I QUICK A ND E ASY WAY TO STOPYOURCOLD Also HOUSE COATS. BLOUSES, SK1KTS o. DBB9SES TiovaUtisA and Jiim fianqa of CUlAacLwc SOUUS/UM ULAli . COLLINS LIMITED. PUT IT IN THE NOSE V* hen vou feel h-it one mingle and cold ihe next, and that '.-clinji o( .old or chill run* through >our Oiaick, hurr> for ihe Mentholitum ', Pul Nome of | this breaihabl? halm on >our d throat and rub it well 00 the ^kln. Mcrtholaium' ) JKS right through t'.. *hcrc the pair I DH begin to feel *jrm UtO put McnihuliiiuMi in your nose 10 ihai ilk healing varv inhaled ln|0 youi N tin OjMaaU) "iih ihn double Mcnthola;in;i lo-dey, hul Mentho Ml s i aViM.H.M m I J 28, Broad Street. aa)eapBeg*pea>4<, I ir M>nlhuU:nm( i Ltd


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, „ nA y. IKHltlAKV 7 l!l.-,ii Sine Singers Qite Fine Concert St. Joseph Vestry Pass Two Resolutions THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE %  auW h0 tu in B "~. Radio Dutnbut .l SaUirday mghi %  voices si"*'"' s i *L ColW Heralds staging .1 performance in the -hair is niadt up of all • ; "£ om uie Caribbean Collrge al Maracas. ua TM programme, which -—Mil a" l " r "naUled o( •JL Alfred Bo>TC and Glen *Z, and a tenor solo by Elvln S Houses And Roads Discussed S. Michael's Vestry Did Not Meet Castle Grant and iualver-i really needed patching. They did not know what wai going to happen with the reaping p He had sought the let or the representatives ot the parish in the KouM, but Due to the lack nj a quorum, nothing had been done so lar. there was no meeting uf the St. A Mistake Michael's Vestry which was scheThey had got nothing tor the duled to take place yesterday be used for the repa lr nf the hmiJl .c fund should Kxmfl uf lhc cocoaunt Grove Members present were Mr IT A that parish Wllh„utf,.r.l,. i i SUgar worker S in Road. He had been told by Mr. 7"** (Churchwarden). Hon'ble The resol T del y Sk,nnCr :he UePtn.ent of £ C. Gale. ML C. Mr. B. A. <:"..„, ., bc Presented to the Actina Colonial Highways and Transport that the Weatherhead. Mr. A. R Toppin. :v l "' x < >'' %  I d UaJlaliau rh !" roason lncv h a '"* anything JJrF. C. Goddard. M > UlC \ ettry, Mr. H. A Cuter tho Ch, ,IX „^. w" ?, ,or lhc Cocoanut Grove Road so T. Bownng. Mr J. K. e. Grannum if the Retl'n^\ U /:^ a ^ en ,', Mr A -. P '" .-U. through mistake "d Mr T. W. Miller. i r h h e e Actin7colon,,'{ 0 SP h E2^2 ***** a Resolution to trie Acting Colonial Secretary urginc that the creater nan pJf MA ^mor m Re„resen,at,, ReS ? 1 l | U "S "-"S Mr G £ ** %  *£ Cin^ad'^TpV! aenior representative of the Parish in the House of Assem Cocoanut Grove. Heralds sang four Splrit"IM bell" 1 with -Going fa-it All Over God Heaven L rt loUowed by %  blv. V" ""' One Day Don Made and "Look Away To being had spoken in favour of the Resoluti HeSt^n H !? ." ,' he commi "<* <"*** presented the "S of ?h,; n Hc d f nled any P''t'ther arrivals with cargo from would be going on with the matthe islands were schooners "Cyter of the Coconut Grove Road c'orama", "Lady Noeleen". "Zenin spit* of the mistake. As a lth ""D'Ortac" and the motor matter of fact, said Mr. Smith, vessel "Blue Star". Equipment All Ashore After two days of brisk work, all the equipment arrivmr. by the motor vessel "Caracas" .1 be used in the construction of the new runway at Seawell Airport was completely discharged terday morning. The ship left port within an hour or two after for Trinidad. She arrived on Friday evening and unloading began on Saturday. Work was continued on I Sunday. Part of the equipment brought I was null on the watcrfron: terday afternoon. The tack one of the caterpillars was ticking and the vehicle looked all set ( for the long run to the Airport. CLARKE'S "BLOOD MIXTURE" Cleanse the system from blood impurities ; many sufferers from rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago, neuritis, pimples, bolls, sores and minor skin ailments, can derive great benefit from this well-known medicine. la LIQUID 90 TABLET FORM ttacj natuial course to the Colonial Secretary. N 1'oiitical Reasons Mr. J. A. Haynai Mid ba would tuti .*...,*. -.,., —1,7, %  ui iaci, said Mr. Smith, " o.uc owir lolaJ^nSh^ P"-*l reasons he expected that the Resolution t'arfo brought by these veaaels .-hh temarks. Mr. Smith lor the money would come down included whole tomatoes, tomato UM House to the House at their meeting toJ ulcp '"*•> !" ". coconuts, copra. ktw atou? %  L an S ( f ny nC M lay and ,ne Cou c " ^o. "*ood. charcoal, post*. Abn. nSL S^x ,. JS?i..V 0U8e -. W0Uld ,l cou,d ** sent ver to them for ^""dc !" of gas. lengths of p.pe. t would bu good going concurrence after the House coal >" b"*t and advertising %  Ply to a question within -V.*H .. tne Mouse m.i,*h~ Tlie matches. These commodities were brought from Trinidad, St. Lucia and tf ,?'thTGtobc "and'Tther ,hc "jjhiur should $ "" be utilised lor UM porpoM ,.f reIs* pairing lhe above mi niiDGETOBN' %  •'. ivodaperlect houses. 0 *M eventful day yesteraay. That the Monies allocated to n. tfas ine nrst working uay each Parish should be the total •jlattks and businessmen were amount due to them resulting from Siaseewhat Tratalgar S4UV0 tho Manufacture 1.1 Sugar. —ike without buses and an .That the individual amount! ii event is that shortly for : Houses should tie 1" a reply to a question within passed it. BssssssTnU-dur man died sudIree Grants, sin,,; %  % % %  %  "me. Wh N |!,.,„,,, xx ^ sriookeo SV?r j? f r zt&FsSiSi sS 71.5**38 K, i-t^inus Welfare Fund should be u-ed for ,, ,. .*?* %  th. VZ-.-J or.-Z ... t Schooner Owners Association g^SSU* *. J —' """P-. '3tS ;;'aTapp?.red -nerrerned'about ^Tcr !" U ^Mheher ve„. aadUd except for a few "> %  ,, .11 the 'Advocate" on Sunday, nuI •>••• "oad and fryzer, so Hutting under the Ever1 1 m-iil Mailer sulu b i e ol e tnal tne Kesolutlon mat was going llrivi-r Filll'd £3 itnein the Public Buildings Mr. Cox moving lhc | ly, hc matter It was :o be passed vAiuld ineluoc money "• • • III, U BO but on Sunday on-lookers the Hcsolution sai „ knowledge that if there 'or the Spa also. A nnc of 3 to he oaid by mtrtrt around the Evergreen "Wm that , lhal hc naa ul u „, £ ^ onth J, ln by Ie NeUon Statue. They Jltliekly 111 the matter. So .., wag ,„,.„„,. spend'.'•„ up UM matta with theOovoefault OtM months imprisonment switching bulldozers, carry} !" J !" 1 did not emmaai in various forma witnoul was Imposed on Uoncl Itamsay. a A tart wagons, motor rollers 'axen 11 up, and had nmd if it was spent by a comany result. Replying to Mr. clerk of Chelsea Hood bv His Worlaltuer equipment for Seawell tnal tncjr would be given $1.50 mitlee which they themselves had Smiths remarks, he said that ship Mr. E. A. McLeod yesterday. unloaded from the M.V. per head of pop.. mled. when the Pryiers Road had been He was found guilty of driving ." ,. Fleiircs which he had idea was, therefore, lhal reported about, the Spa had not the motor ear Sf-1539 on Bay OAm were patiently waiting to 'hat St. Joseph In II >ent should be allowyet cracked. The Richmond Roau Street a public highway under tho at what the big Government years had contributed to that fund *''' lo a PPoint someone to go into nad been bad lor months ami influence of drink to such an exL, would bring up next from !" sum of $81,488. If therefore spending of the money, and he that was one of the reasons' why nt M lo b* Incapable of having attf lhe hatches o? the -Caracas" they received SI.50 per head ol *, a f. s"esUng that a suggestion lhC y had rlett 10 M Adam's >> r0 > ,er eontrol ol the vehicle al aa occasions before the Population, they would be getting '' '?", sht,uld bc lr "''"ded in and Mr Sm|lh aroun<1 lht The offence was committed on SUr.1 cam. Into sight, some '*'>•*• %  *>* losing " ~*ga pansh and • ^JZZlZ February 2 atx.1. 8.15 p m. an bMfu guessing what II J"* seemed lo him verj Mr Cox tomniendeii the roads for themselves asidbe. hard that taal iimount -iiould 1 %  * eomrnended Mr. Mr. Cox denied thai Mr Skin1H> curious crowd of on(toing out of St. J„sop„ 1„ i ' having brought in the ,,„ had 10 d ,, h c Urn pthered again yesterday ln """> ""her parish. **> tmon He went on to say nul Grove ma „ er had ^ gj •kadia, and Itanspoitaliou ,„ %  _; ship ...„„„, g ^ W-*,.^ WbMMr T ne Richmond Road been CEMENT ARRIVES Over 12.000 bags of porlland cement was included la thv 2.W3-ton "Queen Adelaide's" cargo from England for Harbados This vessel antvad an Sunday. Plate glass, paint, provisions, olive oil, celery salt, essences, ginger, tinned vegetables, jams, wine, whisky, cocoa, chocolates and chocolate confer tu §M cuits. sausages. Bedford chassis, and perfumery were other items brought by the "Queen Adelaide" Messrs Da Costa & Co. Ltd., are lhe agents Man Dies At Trafalgar Seventy-flve-ycd 1 -old Jeremi.il EHis of Carrington's VUlasja st Michael, fell dead near the Cenotaph in Trafalgar Squaw day morning about 11 oYI-vk "He had lx*en speaking to me about ten minutes befoii man on the caoa laid I rate" Me cnmpl.-mirtl in his he.i nn d in n few minutes collapsed and died PIGEON CHOW GOAT CHOW two of Purina s best and obtainable from H. JASON JONES & CO. ,Ltd-lo.r Broad SI ( %  aapnenl for Seawell contin,h !" > cent h *" U !" nad Mld aboul Political |lall hl d m0 nhs ^ !" ThU . the first occasion 'SJ^^'"^ '•"' ' Th, ChUI ,. also gave U| IV E doublc ,h ""' <'• from UM mSTmu'^m fell over ** %  %  ** t^m.'Sriaouu'^S Uek.nd On Salunta, $3ttftES£\ P-S2Vol*SLl5 An argument followed a. U, 1 ' "" I he would be willing "helher lhe Spa Road hac: JM up lo 6 o clock on Sunday -gatacg "• t^ ( ^^t a ^S0mf^t t ^ jo C o ,o (iovernmen done M quickly as possible % %  d was only (54 parts while ami Sunday and up (o 6.00 law yesterday morning the total *a i mere .3 parts. & James and St. John were Complete Agreement Mr I. E Smith MC lMU h '' had dS,ted ln e question in th> it was necessary. sam e ti""* as the Coconut Grove Ml S:niih replying said that Mr. matter had been reported. Mr. Williams had heard and read that Smith maintaining that it had. and Mr. Williams and Mr. Cox ha* two pushes to gel rain ho „ olu i,,, he tl^ghtZ !',' know ""f procdur. thing he the procedure in the on the qucatlon the only ould do was %  -o, a question In tbfl BOUM relative k ml T f r Salurd ?y U KI tne administration of the fund, but UL D C "? k ur Su:u,a >' hehadasyel ply. BfriSS T" ';. ,nc P ,n i ,hi ,h 'rue that his speech "". arts. at. roanint >n .. i........ : i.. .,... ,. -%  . KJj Road. spying it had not. Deplorable Condition The Vestrv then discussed the deplorable condition of the Parris Village Road. Mr. Cox saying that Mr. Perowne had told him that the 20/For Assault On P.O. A fine of 20s to be paid in 14 days or in default onimprisonment was imposed on Olga Douglas of Hall's Road, by R lap Mr. 11. A. Talma yesterday. She was found guilty of assaulting P. C. 383 Herbert Jessamy. a member ol the Police Forte while m the execution of his duty. The offence was committed on February 4. why the reply had not been sent ^/ !" E10V "V*. mm """ ""' ,, wn i„ | road would-be llxed by connecting H "I? il l'" rl f' ""^"Uoi UM had been %  T It was ilassed ted by political He had made I JalTLft.'?L -e %  S •UmolMfor.il n thai one or both Eia^S ,'?. ? £ Par "• M ,ar as ,nc Bxeculu. a-tae, 0. and St. John 3 parts. ,„„„.,. Hc lhou ht lha Uiej th ecauta lie tall Ith the proposed East Coast Members expressed the view that connecting It with the East Coast Road would not help the people who lived in Parns BUM he fell Village. Tl loss ot a Drown suitcase slu,uld Put "P a much ttl by doing thai Mr. J. A. Haynes said he wduld I wu reDorteri hv t iiiv rtaui. eMm hy ''ptiuintuii; a Comn ssolutlon • %  cood the motion for the passing ln Une She s • ted thai ,ro,n ln0 Vrs > wl,ich would "'• Ml '"'• """ "' ""' H< M lution if Mr. Cox in%  • nsiilence was broken anil clude ,n0 Cn ' rm n opinion lhal he had eluded in it a suggestion to the •awd between n in m boln of th< ''' : re Government that if they did not . on Siturdav -in.l lhe Parish ,n ""' llo s ''•"" 1 .equate sum of money •• %  t taken. "* CommUl— loo 0. %  HutoOl UM> (tb. Vestry) would hanil IH trnrit'VT . L or on the matter iisimilai view, over lhe roads to ihcm. Mr A -rf Sf. Urred i h0 T "e I"'/ "I tbJ n that the ResoluHaynes said ihat if the roads were tatsslr-ii Hr l0,ls Cros would lie to impress o„ the iiov -I 1 tmnUin Government's hands they %  iej touyniore Hock at about e rnor that the Vestrv was willlni %  •" "' Mr Cox * tke much more lnl. tab !" !" '" oct cn 'o lake the roavonatbllib of ad•£ r n *, them. llii M 7^' owlH!d by ministering U * r ~ n Mr. Cox said he did nol agree "BrMiwofBrmonsH.il and had adminislerod l,„ "\ %  ] with that suggestion, and Mr. PU ST """*<" < fepair of hot! £'8* SJ WlUhm supported Mr. Cox. He ~ m Z *^"„m d mM ", imaged „, the hurricane. \. ,',',' t ,0,0, -W Ihat the, had done ,on,e road. — owned The Commute.. wouU .1— — !" Ii the Departmeiit of Highways and Transport would not Ing him to join the committee. havc lrm jed. He cited the case of a road which they had llxed I Bin %  .11 ol l.'o.il, illhough the Departmenl had sold ranu *• "I"" 1 • -adneu lo da lhe upkeep nf roads Is contain£* '"?, !" '""' %  sald M 0J "• ^ V!^ 1 hc WM not 'uggesllng .H.,'ne;„, B ,7ck'" R ork rJ,!"d C T mmet -,rr ^" S 1 %  '!" ^ "• a '" Dy Hupcri CiemenI ntcded repair rather than wai.ing k. Both vehicles on the Government. They would Peasivelv damaged. U0TH£g acc,d Cnt occurred on %  w_Strt a t about 11.in %  J Saturday between motor 11,^'' owned by .ff lm of Wtttmorelan %  W driven by Rock Dundo, and fVcd and driven by L Sun * of "Roscdale". lit to get an estimate I the amount ot money that would haw to be spent on the bo HoOMt Very Bad Mr. Smith said he kfraad thai i lhe houses w T. ID Vi r.v ad how Ilieii occupants kapl niKhl. If they adopted his sug>:< Road. The cars were salu MiSmith. ))erhaps some o( HIOUtAI ,i,out 8.50 re of unknown ntkc %  %  Jfokeo,,, at BeUe Tenantry ( ihcy sho ul WttMtruv,.M wTT" "'*"> Government, and put %  alf holes ot second M l_ LaaaaaaalV TT\1> narUM VIA. |V>,V' cd in ii resolution passed by .... St. Joseph vesterday t i iat ^ty could compete with the rluUon which is to be Department of Highways and sent to the Acting Colonial SecreTransport. tary point erioua COOMr. Hutson seconded the motion It for the passing of the Resolution. was moved by Mr. A. P. Cox. after which Mr. Smith said that and asks that the grants bc made Parris Village Road had been as soon as possible. bad before he 'was born. Now that he had made the Two present representatives of a tour of lhe jwrish recently. He !he parish were expected to work thai work had had to miracles In a short space of time. uii the repair of lenanMotion for the passing of the try roads In St, Kluabeth's VilResolution was then put and lage because the money had run carried unanimously. out. He had asked about It. and mid follow was mi politics or vote catching in what he was saying. They should Impress upon the It in the —. % % %  IJaVUMUUa MMM ••" c. nc ca ncs beiimi anXlous to administer the Seale of the > the Bolivar River on the night of the 15th h taut. The vessel which was owned by Mrs. Edv and Captain F A Hyma bados had been cbaiten cargo of matlni., i | Maracaibo. Captain Edwin Walters had left Pnrt-of-Spain ;i coupla of weeks ago for Ciudad Bolivar to take command of the vessel, but when he reached there ho foul I been wrecked. Walter* Bolivar on the 18th instant Iron Maracaibo the Nellie LooJ have brought to Trinidad a consignment of cargo. The i saved from ttkf M; was the chronometer. Captain V. profuse in his thanks to Captain Foster and Mr. Omzo. n tivas Of the British Controlled Oilfields Ltd. for the many courtasiai ihoani to nil ma aj I himself on the voyage, and for %  le transportation to Trinidad IVesentatinn lo Mr. II. t. Grifhlh Yesterday afternoon Mr. C. L. %  Commissioners, presented to Mr. H. C. Griffith, the Intercolonial Cricketer, arho Li a t employaa ill the Board, a purse of £5. ~s. fkt %  ubaoribad as an appreciate i of fectttl for success in the Trinidad tournament. -/MCKMAN of Castle kg?*? lry a ***** was InIlLu ,*? rUient on Station LJM about 2.30 p.m. on —v. He was taken to the Hospiui where hc was "W Oathargad %  iS?^ 1 inv lved the r eiT" *r Jkman and a T-iiT nRinir to Alvin L ( Rock Hall. iS A** and bar o< the laT.^ n V? 1 Also dam"* right rear door of I0V M, K^T at about 11.50 %  !**ov^ i^ n ch Plantation second PlS ^ Dropwl y ' BdsjeI lv '" : '"' r '" "^ asK? 11 1 occurred at the ^adTST 1 motor Cl ^d driven hy StanC?*e a n £. fcft *^ ood and a EL**l Tr"* riddcn b >' N^wiidlnSa;* ** When Children Are Thin SCOTT'S EMULSION HELPS THEM GROW STRONG Somvthini/ lo rrnuaboul • • • YATES RELIABLE KITCHEN and FLOWER GARDEN SEEDS JUST IN TIME FOR THE SHOWERS Cabbage. 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I'M.I I II.Ill THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE II l.-l>\1 II RRI OUkcl F^IW.H B.cl.a Sports Yarkli.g. ••* % %  ;. ••. TRINIDAD SCORE 373 Trestrail And Gomez Miss Century wicket and pull-d a tiff his pads the square '" "nrt(ByO S. COPPIN) '" LM PORT-Or li. h !" ,'Zc£Z. when he ma* SIX TRINIDAD WICKETS fell when Trinidad resumed Iheir first Innings of 233 Inr 4 in t" %  *-?* £ the second day's play in the second Ja, !" !" at Queen's Park Oval tO-cW) ich fell intermitter.'. • nd. 250 ami. Thorbourn Hov Ga *as now r ol the stump full one beat Guillen dr.in. then In o Ferguson, inpfl a gill boundary lo Borut.hen he pitched one way oul•ide the leg stick for the batsman •„ .quareleg boundar> : The llrn hour's play produced 34 runs, both batsmen being unable lo take llberrtes -A two spinners. I took the b rrt deuvnot, And a length offering the Dsftsmen rank full tosses whiciv treated with overdue care instead of '.he leather being knocked off the ball, the over mere four ru: ed Xing fir and one %  SMS* 3TJ-•MM Frula*. cancelling pl.v. Friday and Saturday fell thraugti Sunday night and early • and prevented play until IS.ll. The wwkei was livl>. and the Jamaican bowler" gave theii best S -nance of the tour The lad baUmen were pinned down with arcuraie howiin •jowters — V.. and V and steady. c< %  the batsmen. I'IC'— %  i score %  ndary for four runt. got well over the last i>ail of the over pitched up ta him and drove it hard past Pierre ill cover for four runs. Pierre bowled again from the farm end. The third ball from Pierre, a fa". ins winger forced Thorbourn to cover up in his icket. but pace and swing deRamadhjn now cnanged ends. coming from the Pavilion end ana was immediately successful, when Bonitto came down the matting lo a legbreak, missed, and was cleanbcwled for 25. the score being 37—2—23. Groves came in mmaelf ana got off the mark immediately, tnvanfl tne first ball he received Belleville Tennis Club Tournament TESTEBDAYS PLAT %  M good flg4 3 over' 2 Jamaica in her tun In one hour and Jamaica lot' %  ed 25 in coW %  leg-break from Ramadhtr. Rickard.' look )Uf1 %  quarter hour* to aeoft. 17 i Jamaica* fielding this n showed decided %  lianre. Trininad Krsumrs lnnirn.*> At 11.17 p-i Treati 4 on Thurwi;. ring pobl* Kt | Pavilion Bad go single tu aq ball whileTreatrai of tuvei !vi a single, tth ing tuo runs. Lumsden and Fuller fielded as subs'I* o, while Valen to take the field, th) ankle having improved gal onl> ova* nd weekend Rani Groves, brought on Goodndgv from the Screen End Tl with a leisurely run-up I wicket, bowled IV' %  Win,:' singles to COW Tn-stmil SIIIIII|M H Ke: %  second bail Trest' harti %  ped G %  %  %  the arm Tri dov i umpire Traatrall n %  i 91 that lae* i isaag ,,i MaaaUwi i %  ana ; % %  %  i Dut lh %  %  droi i and Gome, ban o alow outfield only pei i brace. t'heen. t .l.-ff Oil lhe Mark %  boundary %  %  %  %  %  duck with %  lug all the scoring. At the en a it taken. %  raavad him iB took his ln rough the covers for a brace leg stump behind him. Thorbourn ^, /^meytr conunued. gbal not %  a jength. although the over i y yielded a single lUnuKlhln men forced Groves to concede had not yet ope: ad hi *as then 10 for '" and maider. icving h Fuller -he .rt to save : H tfora the %  wore r! the mark with %  off the first bat) 1'ifrre. Bonitto the last ball ot the %  deep third man for a single. Gomez with well mixed %  .aers and inawtngers sent down a maiden over to Bonitto. KickariK H>slutc rt, bowling at a great pace, ighl resolute bat from .<-, to square leg for a urace gantlj pushed the f*urth ball. a slower one. to short fine leg for with Ferguson so that tanged :.us. AIM HlcKards took a single Groves took a lusty offfor four, losing the ball .rain. The replacement of the ba.. ** to botn ] Captains and the L*mpii> Kamadhin ovenosaed b^ll next over. Rickards accepting the challenge, smacking it :o the -r iwundary. Tl Kickards who took a maiden from u .s.) m 85 minutes. Grove-* then %  lad .T single with a *coop to midII to mld-on by rVrguson. Rickards Bonitto off Gomez and the batsthen gliding tne last ilallVI I men took an easy single to send a nottlCt single UD Bonitto to face Pierre Ramadhin then bowled the last Bonitto turned the flrrt ball ol ovcr o( t he day. Rickards pulling short one off the pads to the midMen's Singles: J. L. St. Hill. E. P Edgehill v. C. A. Patterson Manning. ajsjA DMUr<: F D Barnes and ott v 11 A. Cuke. Jnr. and J. Parkinsor. H L Toppm and D E. Worme D. Lawless and C. deL Innjaf. Ladles' Sfcaglea: Mrs. J Mrs A A Gibbons A. Nicholls Dr. C. G Connell ROYAL BBAIMS WlHI ("LIB FLANNEL DANCE ruary, 1950 (For Memben. ami their Friends) In honour of Captain H. Stokes. CB. DSC. RN the Officers and Cadets of H.M.S. "De\-onhirr" Dancing: 8 00 pm to 12.00 p.m. ADMISSION 3 By Order of. THE COMMITTEE OF I MANAGEMENT, J T. BRUCE LEWIS. f Manager k Secret ary (.IMIH %  %  %  %  I %  igle Rickards. facing, mishit C %  l %  fine-leg :.q ..• k 'us former %  I -.wled ti %  :i Iffla in plan %  %  %  %  %  %  ball hit UM ilsman hi* Jet Oulfoi I I : but the ball travelled ..long the rarpet to square leg •u-mpteu to 1 hooked a sharp a is high to deep square le.' and played out th. .ed from the '..lining four slips, no mid.'.rolling covand bowled the second Kergie Bv. Is replaced by on, Bonitto taking two off %  single off the fifth. %  %  . I rt* slips. rfc> %  den. :sall tu Ram.ng two right-arm The Indian youngster opened maiden Ferguason than <> Bonitto got RanuiLgh the three% %  .. ... out the remaining fivo The batsmen the n collected three off F. llamaw icket boundary u closing score today not out 1 make the M for 2, Groves not nE le Indian I %  a single %  %  %  %  %  lru.idi.dOut ro: %  HI in and %  made in 90' K. .tiaa a oooe>mt .*^'. i ij Tnprtxiurr -.:•-— c a b T>arboirn Attunaon t Thortiourn ,.d b VianiiM %  -an out Frifum c 0W*f*ia b Vaamu. F.tT.•.* %  vai for if. ii Oa. I ' %  Sll. • a>r 109, t tor 1*3. lassr H.1 tl 1,1 IS for BOWUNO AN AX VMS JAMAJCAS M Thgjrt^trn b PVsn a Baknino b Rarnaalhin Interrolunial Aaalwr HO\IV<> TRINIDAD v< BARBADOS MODERN HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM TUESDAY llth WEDNESDAY. 15th FEB at 8 30 p.m. L*nd*r Ihe disMnfliitihi'd Palronaat ol HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR 5 Thrilling Bouts Each Night Prices: Ring Side 11.50; Ring Circle 11.00: Bleachers 0c Book Early Guaranteed Electric Lighting Arrangements by the Courtesy of ESSO Servicenter NOTICE I BEG to notify our Customers and the 11 Public that Uat t.roccry Department of McDonald Sealy. Roebuck Street, will be re-opened to business from Tuesday, 7th February. 1950. MCDONALD SEALY. Per M. E R. BOL'RNK. Propr Buller Shorty Wf CAN SUPPty I'FANI I B'lTTEl 72? per battle t r Tout 'ft i aatsi %  1 tagaaiaj *** is. i i !" HOWLING AN >ut hi-. A %  1 % % %  I) : ,. %  %  kat, whilr |he itatamai. I tu %  %  .. ti slowly. Hi 3, over, a well liightcd li It.lit. Badtta l'roi(raiiinie Jam. las i %  Police Band Concert AT THE DRILL HALL 8.30 pa. WEDNESDAY, Sth FEB. By kind permission ol the Commissioner 0/ Police and under Ihe direction ol Capt. C E. RAISON. A.R.CM. Don't Miss this Enjoyable VARIETY PROGRAMME In Aid of the BRABISLEY TXmt) CRICKET? ADMISSION I! 1/8 Tickets on Sale Every Day at Roberts fc Co.. Stationery. High Street For Ladies who are thinking of Travelling DOE SKINS HARRIS TWEEDS IIOMhSPl'SS for costume wear PLAID STUNS lor Skirt-. I MiT iTION CAMEL HAM ALL WOOL TRAVELLING BIOS s,,. aso T we ed Dc-partincni To-day. CAVESHEPHERD&Co.,Lt4 10, 11, 12 & 13, BROAD STREET I J (ifltini; Married BMM NEW AHHIVAI.S All RlBBF.lt KNEE BOOM HOCKEY BOOTS. SHOE & SI 1 111 IMH.ISHE8 SWIMMING RINGS am) WINGS al THE on the last I Ing. : e replacKi making a single .JT his aecond U-ill Theyll Do It Every Time INTERCOLONIAL (MM BARBADOS Versus BRITISH GHANA KENS1NG10N OVAl "KM HATCH: FEBRIAJU in. II. U M SECOND Mill II II.HIII VKV III. 17, 11, !• P K It II M 1'IIALLI.NOI MA i.KOI KM (Owners ..i ( , Hill be t barged I inr ssl W :hr < at-Parkl ^ DAILY TICKETS ARE NOW OBTAINABLE AT HAJ'SV 'Kill I. .SEASON Tl. i I1L *" llll. BARBADOS CRICKI I UiSOCIAH0l| W F. HOY0& Hony Sm '. T DONT KNO/J A TH.NS ABOUT MOTORS-VObl?E THE [CT0R,JERBy..BUT rVMATASE YOU DOeafi 1W4T FOfi ? yoO RE HOT TAlONS Trie MEAD OFF ARE you? DON'T WAOU JUST -* CLEAN TrIE P&NTS... %  .: %  .: %  %  % % % %  % % % % % %  %  '"* 0 NEW STOCK OF RED HAND PAINTS GENPURAC Ore* I" MATINTO FLAT PAINTS HAVNF.S 10., >' *n**&tn&MSj'*VAi&*wssssS''''*"