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Gammans Tells U.K. Voters
(Advocate Correspondent)
LONDON, Feb. 7
ME. GAMMANS, who is being talked of as the

next Conservative Colonial Secretary, spoke
last night of the danger threatening the Colonial

Februar?

1958.





































































jor Blanket Covers Middle Hast



JERUSALEM, Feb. 7.
peen called out to help people in Homs,
. {0 repel attacks by eee wolves, according to
Fm aching Jerusalem. The temperature in this part

fe East “winter blanket” is fifteen degrees

Fe i ie « Reports from



j0PS have









ths GHANA wan igclete Empire in the Far East, Africa and the West
UF. tg eo Uae Indies.
; | ‘eaffie and wire’ communica- ° ee : Addressing his constituents in North London, Mr.
tions with the rest of the country = . NEW She ib eae Gammans, who visited Barbados in 1948, said that the elect-
inted lare. interrupted. Walls of the THE NEW BUS STAND in Probyn Street, to which buses were *— ors of Britain had more than just themselves to consider.

Ap l Holy Place } Old City } e r . recently moved from Trafalear Square are. br : ; : : f a wheres + ile
Hi ly ae in the Ok oe 6s z It: li ‘ They should ask themselves which Party could give them

collapsed with the weight of the} d WO a an | Kk § b at a p vhonner »

AW. Head killed A | « . Ca me more food and cheaper housesy

See en eae ; a
Ue poner erret een Arab re —9i But they should also consider,



Ss, accordin » Jordan radio. T ~ . } + and
ds of tents in Arab refugee roopships C il V ] R : under ‘whigh Government an

1 20 Prime Minister s thing would

PORE eRe §PAeVS Cok A it ounce otes $ 2.000 ecognise R Sia om done to een: then ‘aes vee
‘ 1peratures have dr N ¢ O d us Communism in Asia, prevent
eae teen anee | £ y ar r er ES a 1 from being overrun, and

V Sota
ees Ci ligrade an
the (ahperatuce is | ROME, Feb. 7 For Oil Expert LONDGN, Feb. 7. C 7 Be restore unity in the Brit ish Com-
Cl today an e

okansh} monwealth, which the Colombo
Beirut The Italian Government to- : 7



4 State
ary of St
Phas appointed Mr. Ci
MG, Ass _
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Comptroller for D
og Welfare and Brit
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British Cabinet



C eens had failed to do.













1 rc T ar Th ° ‘ ‘ .
in succession to Majo own pr ’ t. battled against. Leftwin THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCI d $12.00t | decided to recognise the three e are still great imper-
communications with : ‘ t } “hiy tat : ' a a &
Sir Hubert AMC ¢ Reena en ae are tae Hh wd. a 0 opposed ta senains for the Government to proceed wit th out - del y in gettir 0 Chinese States of Vietnam, pow he said, “we must
a Dan 4s are cul Port installa- elic . " alile 41 : A Pe “a a é , . cfonn . . :
¢.,G.B-E C.B. ee a See as 2 ne ve been | talian troops to Somaliland to he services of an oil expert or oil experts to ad\ o J ith mt a oh AS associate consider nel only “stomach poli-
Mae tions ar rey d ) hav peen | take over fr } see tt GUVist : within the ench ion e? » 1. wee

5 His Majesty the | heavily damaged at Beirut and e over from the British. drafting of regulations and the granting of licences unde lt n official a nt, the 4 US (0: hich at tk ore
- : Te Sardis nmunications be- | ‘ 5 2 , : eure “ag _—s \, rs whieh threaten the Col-
King has been Tripoli. ria communications be The Senate debate on the Bill the F etroleum Act. Foreign Office said that messages ar . - oe Nae Le sane S nae
# : tween Bagdad and Damascus are lread) ‘ ved 1 the Cham- -—4 ‘fhe Addendum to the Re announcing the re 7 . oe ’ oes :
leased to ap-| ‘ . B : Ee teri ts ady approv yy the 1am 1e J ndu to the Resolu j wing the recognition had a — a in also in the Far t, and even

p cut, 40 Iraquis are snow ber of Deputies, allowing 3,000 | tion explained that it is consicere,}| been sent to Bao Dai’s Vietnam nm NEW YORK, Feb. 7. 1 th . Ww st Indies

prove the promo= | hound In ne snow was The “New York Times”, re-| = ™ - oe



men and offici:



s to leave for the b de e k [ wale ly that ine total cost wal,}| Governmen ind t e other Ss er
rmer Italian Atvican colony Bar ados ric et exceed $20,000 é furti States viewing the proposals by _ the (By Cable).
to be a Knight —Renter | Was @x] e ad ntinue far into | provision will be 1 eas The official tement said: *™erican Federation of Scien- e
Commander of oes ea Ae , ape . eG ; for International Control of

he Most Distin- the night. Team Sele hee Estimate f Uppic a ea tweert the} se Atem® an roge 8 sy :
oe ['wo troopships with 1,000 men cled nentary estimate of $12,000 wa: | rene! ( he States \tom and Hydrogen bombs, Anti-Aircraft

tion of Mr. Seel falling in the. Tiberia area.















































ofl . e
guished Order of | D ré | HE t | Vietr ; doubted whether the Soviet Un
St. Michael and | eva ua 10n hs re ais ve anding. “by at THE Barbados team to submit er ee : , ‘ ; : er : n could be trusted to honou | D é ’ r
St. George. Mz | > en wr + ae he senate meet British Guiane in {i wr Ps seccgame tee Gc rn 1 ; oe aries agreement What reasons eyence For jeokte
i ution ti the Conterence rae opening ci cket mate } The Acting Colonial Secretar ; oe ais : at have we to believe that in this
is »s in the We ail eee whe ved tnat the nee uneone . ee tal-ar if 80 4 i ;
on “eri A Reuter. merrow at Kensington was boa Beh 4 on n ed a oun tend recognition to th Stat tal area, where good faith is so f fomic Orks
this ae 4 x YY announced yesterday. Itis: che Monts fa ae a nei * : i I . . ale portant, an agreement wit! a ss ; ]
ys Fr a6 ok S in ar ya OSs vi J. D. Goddard (Capt.), be A CHEOSSUM ... AoC weiten @! cordance: v the , sia would be wortnm the pa-| WASHINGTON, Feb, 7.
ric Seel a : . . . ~ -ecent! passe yvide fr the | . . +
" Picker, 1895, : i ju- | 0 Paris Court Atkinson, Frank King, 1 recently passed, provide } méntioned above r on which it is written, The \nti-aircraft. defences are be-
ee Lucas, N. Marshall, R. M | gral { licesse 1) A ia e1 { ne Soviet Gover pplied to Atomic works and
ee eat ne Pe i | sucas, - shall, . Mar- é The Secretary ; , pe aid, the Soviet Govern upplied to Atomic works and
i Bee chris Co ele oe KINGSTO i J’ Fx 6. | te Fi shall, C. Taylor, C. Wa jou oil by pri e Cor ; : en as broken one promise| other vital points throughout the
, pee “oe? | \ conference of the representa- du ru E. Weekes, C. B. Willis | 1@S, t before \ct | . ; nother in its dealings with | Unit Ss ms soon as accom-
“nl os, a } tis f the British West Indies | e ces t e G. Wood. | brou into Operation § it | : if; STI _ , é easiiein sinee the: aa The} dnoda ii an be peewidied for
ant = during 1 1 ; i : laie : a
: 4a ll a ics | \ rac ext | et i Emergency fieldsman : W. necessary that Government sh¢ Government. in United K et Government is a totali- | the men who man the guns, it was
War in Gallipo ) discuss tt ects of| PARIS, Feb. 7. ip rete tare ea fant ; nited K rin! pemine: dedieated: 46 the| learned. here to«da
pine, and in 1922 | | The Paris Appeal Court. to-day as . " ‘ make ip it une ana th e-] Y ‘ Stat of V | 1 regime dedicatec 0 re t ere tO-ché y
an Assistant Pri ral | _ Saran | fe cA tt na bol ' ‘of rae oadeh be serene’ fer { cisi Bhowld, be Wake ' ; I i hievement of a world Commu- \t Sandia, New Mexico, where
hi Ministry in London. He | oy rhe} 0: ¥ 0 f ae ‘ti . r one x 9, 10, 11, 13, and 14 February. || exactly what licenses should 1A te ' i t Order and to the proposition e Atomic Bomb Assembly Plant
) vone - { id | 150,000 ranes or damages ; ' ‘ me s . , be m1 ' .
i to the Colon Iffice GHEY, OL. © er Nia tee eae’ last Aosilit oyiek granted, or rather, as to the term| Uni ccordance’ wit! in the pursuit of this su- already a uwmy base, ai
er £100,000 from the; @V 1eqa 1as Apr oO ictor be 1e objective, the } is . defence is now provided o
" I under which licenses -w kc b | . m jective, the enc ustifies 1€ € W proy nia
pan in 1929 \ } iv t, | Kravehenk autho: f ¢ Anti- whi cense WO r € w1 | oe
j a { Ji 1 sugar to ¢ Wravenenko, author of an nth intel | 1040 (Reuter.) twenty-four hour basis by armed
gto the Parliamentary | | e devaluation, sus Soviet best-seller, against the R v8 Th . . granted | ch 8, 1949, at eco ; jet fighters ,
pretary of State for the ns x sry loa nainiiat ie “To ‘ ; ussia reatens The Addendum to the Resolu-| Government of H Majesty Bao|l onthiencip insulins , ~~ ae
” Ds cate a i sal (Can. Press.) | Communist weekly “Les Lettres Ant ice : . Ik
Mr. William Lunn. M « re rep PVeany Eres : " . r tion whict ve iow befor I ) Anti-aircraft guns are to be
> a al ‘ U which was now vefore the

Francais,” big itomic

’ luring : ra r ¥ Xe ‘ 7 snihin i ‘ ¥ order to elt ia r ™ mounted neat the
Dee Principal at Tr te The court held that the dam- Walk-Out Of U.N. Council Suggested that it. might | : aes ter to mark the inere [wo U ~ plant. at. Handford, Washington,
























lending A: to the C ]
i Colo the United Nations Economie and] °° ‘t%¢ “ounch.

ice 1 ‘ ¢ é y
me wnat year became: | aa I i | Lie Draws For | socia Council, it the Nationalist No Lawyer Required

bnt Under Secretar { d

+ ( ) e dispute} | Chinese representative was not op the i a ;

Seel was Secretary of , 1 * rom the words used in the oO 1h t| en ee Sa
ia-Ny ne oyal sey 1950 Da vis Cup | eemeeryees errs = iain «viet | St Sentence, ‘expert advice i Sis” ei oat tl ee r ys
fin of 1938-: saat ion han without | C |} Mr. Semyon og wees necessary in connection with the nec 0 HRevratiats.; Wieser Pee ? ae aE rin Bevan ; frequently heck-

F p | ne thi e without! | Union, repeated the charge that) grafting of regulations. and the f $ Ai 1 emndiineh. anh? ae hen
th f i | } : ‘ya in, All ae te ; . me ‘ he Di , es satercs ed and interrupted when he ad-
° , | , ; | ompetilion the present Chinese delegate only granting of licences under thx - 2 IC . n ncmtnanna ee dressed a meeting of about 1,600
j ' I ( nie “ > ang | ; 1 é .s € 2e - al g i ’
ir Directors | : NEW YORK, Feb. 7 represented the Kuomintang | petroleuin Act 1950,’ there seem:

aa to-day threatened to walk out of Reu



h } ges originally awarded were not only be a question of obtaining one | ! nee, which in) these cir ome is soon as troo ,
ane : ne s 5 | y , . i si Sa 1 br : as as p quarters are
say. ne i _ at onded is Lue ia W orket S | justified by. the harm suffered by Economie Council ) individual to come and give ad- en ‘ vil ach to Hi ~ Z built.
y. a eee | | Kravehenko. in view of the in- 4 i. to the rete om the! ° ia my eee arn Submarines The Tennesse Atomic Works
Ske ae RD) oy » Adams. _|creased sales. of Sisboo through diel . 7 drafting of ‘the regulaticysp and | “7 Sei, has. peem. decided i will also be given anti-aircraft
Bitry of Supy (agg ot Neminale Adams |"hubli¢ity given’ to the case in the The a Pen song me “ttsofdr as’ the wording ‘of»the - c. Mr. Erank ment Sh 1 : Redes. 8
0 ee os ae 5 | world Press.—(Reuter,) 5 slovakia | *adendum conveyed that impres- PESSOPS | ACR apa i I NAN t 3 —Reuter.
He was promote i to he | FOR 7 RIBUNAL by Poland and Czechoslovakia sion, he would like to apologise { he pe ma Or a 10ns ne
} |
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|

WASHINGTON, Feb, 7 :
The United States Navy has Bevan Interrupted

dered two submarines to be







LONDON, Feb. 7
The Minister of Heaith, Aneu-





























; wwe I , ys, - : | ered to the P 2 5 av: eople at Old Lancashire
, bias aed ents selec-| The draw for the 1950 Davis|$toup” and not the Chinese) {o be the impression that whi SAYS O.E.E.C. nines dont, ape cies to-night
eb 13 In POS a epresen-| Cup Competition was made by Por a 7 Tee te | is required is someone, presum | PAR Fel aul and refitting for transfer Once he retorted, We will
| | ' | Mr, Trygve Lie, the United Na- sth aren aoe a: me y seat | ably a lawyer, to advise the Vestern Europe's Ma ip overseas under the Mutual De- | have nice peaceful orderly
Advocate Cor : ; w.| tions Secretary-General, in the} otherwise, he w« vat ae ~ {Government on how to draft} pacions hould face Mar ae inal fence Aid Programme. Both sub Ee ting. Thereupon came a voice
WRT-OF-SPAIN Feb. 7 Hat | United Nations headquarters | pate in the Counci’s session, nest legislation. That of course is] - jig han ddlleeh ath! Gale arines had been previously ear-| “What about Australia and New
of the British W ' By Cable).| building in Mid-town, New York} The Soviet resolution asking fOr) certainly not the case. The] jg 2 but their bal ni Soh ; arked for the reserve fleet. The | Z« 1 where Labour Govern-
Bir Association ray te Lar ae | to-day. the | exclusion of the C ee | Attorney General and the Attor- arious, accordis eee te Me Defence Department said that a|ments have recently lost power.”
Bild a one-ca orem |. the draw is: North American} Nationalist representative TeW} ney General Chambers, are} ia Tene ae imber of naval aircraft to be Atter another interruption, the
paonday, February 13 ( IN SHIP ARREST ED | zone first round—Mexico versus] three votes in favour, ten against,) quite competent to draft legisla-| werk oup of? thes Ors im ipplied to Atlantic Pact countries | Minister tured to the Labour
a programm« . 5 | ¢ Canada versus Australia;! and five abstentions. ‘ | tion, and more particularly in| ion for Buro ean k antlagete ics ler this programme were be | candidate, and said “I sympathise
peovernm< t le : APEVOWN, eb. (| Europes an he first round—Phil-| Voting in favour of the exclu-/ this case since there are many] cperation lt said that ee “ir mbled at the Naval Air|with you in some of your con-
mt Santa Maria Hotel ol 34-ton Chinese National es versus Pakistan, Nether-| sion were the Soviet _ Union,| other British Colonial territorie r death reckoning’ the rst yo. Station at Norfolk, Virginia. | stituents,” vl
_ { » Carrie! vas al- | land versus Sweden. Norway} Poland, _and Czechoslovakia. Vot-| which have oil mining legislatic ears of the recovery ono 1 Sins —Reuter. / —Reuter.
inidad meetin o be} re i rn a it! versus Hungary, ‘Yugoslavia ver-) ing against were Australia, Bel-| ang there are also Colonial Mode | had been wireservedly succe ful! ‘s iis penne
Edy representative e of the iited State eae Belgium versus Fin-; gium, Brazil, Canada, Chile,| Regulations showing the form i y 1952 West Europe’s dolla



Ss h African | ; narnia Tk) “hi Ire ay :
pBatbados, British « are On WG eres Sere rer Pte in versus Italy China, Iran, Mexico, Peru and| which these regulations might problem should have become pat

; ; Br C :
ita, St. Kitts anc ) a | snown to~ | the United States. drafted { the problem of gen Who ‘ thy . wh
2 Cable.) —ReUer: | ee Le eae Denmark, France, India, Pakis- rl The important words whict.| ¥2balance, s ea ig ad eater /E4EA€C+E OFA lif, Whee hes wee. HO

wi

7





: Australia Lifts (ii,ineg, "* “niet Sinzdom) seem to have been overlookec | HECK.
ii C as Steel \a stained, lid jare ‘in connection with the], Development of overseas tery Ne as WY, A
l. Go y WEICCEL | D : | —Reuter. | drafting of regulations and the| ‘eS economies is “of crucia , uy
any A i etrol Ration | granting of licenses.’ If thi: gpimcance and prejects _plan : on

iveries To Soviet Zone ‘Tomorrow

|Government had : $s disposz 4d or =n progress involve
COMMUNISTS REFUSE | Government bad at its disposi! capital expenditure equitalen

ha cnowledg .
ad knowledge $7,000,000,000

















| of oil mining or of mining gener
nT ao aad 7 [ . . ? } the nex tw wanes ; i}
LONDON, Feb. 7. URNS Feb. 7. {Te WORK, ARMS TRAINS } ally—if it had in fact, a Mine: edrti ‘ Mae ea a
ip MATT \D mp n- the ustrallan overnmen i , | Department Establishme tha ar mi Swneres orn 1
LOMATIC OBSERVERS in London COD-| will lift petrol rationing on i BOLOGNA, Feb. 7. sesartaiadi ueoer co ae J = xpect continued progress at a pometnianitiiiaecanemat, i
a West Germanv’s action itting iron and stee!| phursday ibourne’s three Communist railway workers of 0 Coenen ate faster than before the wai , 4
mn action in cu 5 Phursday, Melbou ; ; o advise on mining matters t }
pesto the Soviet 7 +} rto ; te] artis orning newspapers reported to-| this city in the heart of Italy| ‘ioweiah lly bit aa a Mr} but slower than during the firs a
§ T iiae’ | day. “Red” Emilia province, declared ‘ita. or te ~ in a 5 such as! two years of the programme, sai ig
€ } € ne ! : t ay aoe nentite, seuitte us nis particular case ‘ 4
The Australian Prime Minister.} to-day they would refuse to work a aati : e Teper a
ive inless 1 lel creep! Robert Menzies, would announce] trains carrying arms, They said| Chie, a a a “ame A. PPFROT Chere are elements of danger A
1 Berlin w lifted ; in a nationwide broadcast] their decision would give “moral; Particularly qualified to give) in the situation forecast fo the ii
Washington and! (4 morrow, the papers added. and material support” to groups; @4vice on oil matters. ext two fiscal years. Realisatior a
‘ Berlin at theend t week —Reuter.| of Italian and French port work- Rate Of Royalty f the programmes requires that Fi}
May Survivors i that some form taliation ers who have refused to work on! “If licenses are to be grant the level of dollar aid will not ‘
5 : n é he’ wes oe munition ships. there will have to be negotiations | ‘@!! below the assumed amount: i
. ay (7, : . : 5 y
- ' ? ‘ { :gainst LY o —Reuter. | @ Ow page 3 i) per cent and 50 per cent. of
Be Repatriated ited clearly to action against! Mormosa Able Ta the 1950 level) and the level 0 1
W SURVIVO; Pareie ee “TD natic Y * Unite d States business activity a
VOR ab here, Diplo | oa G nists ‘ ° ‘
er tS Bie Noe Sea laa e ommu Hi P. R. l i will not be less than in mid 4
ae Gloria | elieved the West °C eh Jy Ouse QsSses CSO u tor 1949”. i
fr repatriated to n decision was taken M fu LAKE SUCCESS, Feb. 7
om Caracas with the occupation | ee yi Ay I lic '
i ae Joctor T. F. Tsiang, Nationalist J
on Thursday, (1 ers an rried tt full ap-| I 7 a ; . , : i phi. /
= was info: : | ” a, PAPE: . rome a's o- vr —— ee O x O e ac O I Killed, 30 Injured There are times which a
"A P oval. i i i nited Nations’ “little assen ‘ call for something bett /
more being sent ha aay: Vee source | to= day that his Government was A RESOLUTION for $70,000 for the expansion of the In Jail Riot th oat = |
| » ‘ x te that steel accounts 10% | ial ons he tor ¢ se y * Y 4
AA The nat Des 7 os Germany's {Confident that Formosa could be| Government experimental pottery factory at Lancaste mn tne merely very yy
a shore is Mor ae a eine | sn eee ae ane was passed by the House of Assembly at their meeting BOMBAY, Feb. 7 good, and demand the d
Me davs a: vores ! ‘ provided that no Soviet naval air | oe li One Coramunist was killed and ‘ f :
e believed | es ~ ; = yesterday, —— a an f
May” sank nd Ly § 1 been | Units took part. The Little AS- | Mr. G. H . 1 (L) who took lative Council stated that raw | #other injured, and 30 _police- unquestionable best. Where 1
5 ae eae form of embly. is studying Nationalist | charge Gi-fie Mesclistien. sala, thet materials and other condition} "en, including an assistant su- cigarettes are concerned
pipelines to Impose an China’s charges against alleged| ~ Said tha perintendent, were hurt when

: ‘1 the So- } : : nen | existed or could be provided fo: | ? : V
ires against the So aggression. ne did not think they should spend the manufacture of building] Communist prisoners in Nasik}

, i itepmes Soviet } fme i ing i
F Hspired traffic restriction | much time in considering it as it], ~- ig . : ‘
3 estif On Be: ener | dealt with a matter ‘hich had brieks, hollow blocks, roofing tiles | J#!! rioted to-day, attacking the
: »: flower pots, terra cotta ware, field} Police with stones and bricks. The
: . 2 been before the House on several| .-. ae : ’ police fired five r 3 | .
it € pen. SPs aaa drain pipes, domestic pottery anc] ?° d five rounds before
ea r nearls fort- »ecasions 3 pik . — the situation was brought ler
i ‘ ‘ early a ‘ i a | ee insulati iti. , a was bro under
n nd it was thought neces~ Coal Strike Cuts | ‘The Resolution now before the} ‘™Swating bricks. eontrol. —Reuter.
: i

ce it quite clear an, | Comimittce Was an expression of Various Possibilities

the man of taste is guided
by the words “ Benson & Hedges,
Old Bond Street, London”

— for all those occasions

when only the best will do.





in stoppages have
































°
at } Soviet a it ot g i U.S |opinion by the Legislatuse and Mr. Brannam drew attention t

ion en ae ooi| Rail S Se ‘rvices In they had already aipoved of | the various possibilities of finan 3,500 Lire
HAV ANA F v ti the . tern | NEW YORK, Feb. 7. | the principle. | ing the manufacture of potter
‘testified o o ended to remain 1 rastic ‘cuts in rail services *} i t t we Pe ene, ot For A Cousin
mt Ar r ; ecvor and W oe - have beer ordered or forecast as | is pe See — a oer poe of ine factory capable

{Ameri a sty! teed h hav i -_ on B s ¢ yas to miakel/of producing the minimum eco-

( ; enied to-day that the pre hibition al sft senitninaiet | of expanding the Government ex- _A Committee appointed by His ing up an illegal emigration a } danied
port i western! New York Central railway with | perimental pottery factory at Excellency the Governor-in- which was sending Sic lians to alate Wann
D Germany to easte Germany} jess than a week's coal supply in| Lancaster on the lines suggested} Executive to consider the com- the Argentine aaah “tthe vith a d : HG MAIESTY THE KING
iter blockade againSt] stock has cancelled 45 passenger by Mr. J. R. Brannam as modified} mercial proypects of establishing} gecordi police We Salva SUPER VIRGINIA CIGARETTES
uffic into Ber-} trains from midnight to-night in the light of advice receivedja clayworking industry, advised] tgre Muratore Palemo. work-)
; Last month the company with-| regarding the commercial possi-} that it was unlikely that private] jing in onjunélihel 7.0 ih. bh j BY
Germany had} drew trains because of re-| bilities of the pottery industry.| capital would be attracted tc in-| brother Orazio in Aagentina. BENSON /HEDGES
Soviet | ; 1 production. The Che- It also stated that Mr. Brannam|vestment in the clayworking Sicilians n to. emigrate WHY
ter-} sapeake and “Ohio Railway, which| was employed under Colonial} industry and that if a dayworkin:| p; S The .To
es 340 major soft al mine eve ent and Welfare Schen I try was t ye start | name then ser Oraz OLD BOND STREET, LONDON
te report n | i a t depend on ‘ vert
working ir try in Bar Hi I pit |} and théreby. got em permiss
dle eport hich wa i n the; While vas accepted, n| to enter the Argentine Polic
Reuter —Reuter. © House of Assembly and the Legis-\ * On Page 5 | have arrested Salvatore.—Reuter.





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comes
om
ae
een
me

HEsisashop of Barbados will

presi@e at the fourth lecture
by MrasH. A. Vaughan on the
History Barbados at 8.15 on
Friday * bruary 10th at the
British uncfi rooms at Wake-
field. Mi. Vaughan’s lecture en-
titled % Shaping of the New
Order” 1 cover the period from
1834 to 6. This was the period
immediately following emancipa-
tion. Mff.. Vaughan will deal with
the inffuence of the Church, the
Press and the Assistant Court of
Appeal and the emergence of the
miudle-class together with the
problems of the new period and
the change in Colonial Office
policy.

Caub

POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER

Calling



Three Top Productions

R. Meer Hassan, Representa-

tive of Columbia Pictures
W.1. Ltd. with headquarters in
Port-of-Spain who arrived on
Monday from Trinidad is here
supervising some of the releases
which his Company already have
in Barbados. Scheduled to open
this week are three top produc-
tions “Tokyo Joe,” at the Globe,

“Anna Lucasta” at the Empire,
and a Serial “Batman and Robin,”
at the Olympic.

During his short stay he is

going to put on a campaign of
special advertisements of these
pictures, along the same lines as
their policy used in Trinidad.

Hat-happy teen-agers on both
sides of the Atlantic are bringing
the biggest boom to the millinery
trade for years. A millinery ex-
pert in London said: “A few years
ago young women and teen-age
girls would not wear hats. Now
most members of the trade find
that their best customers are in
these age groups. .









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Many Going to Jamaica

M*** Antiguans will be taking

the “opportunity of visiting
Jamaic&ion the occasion of the
installation of Princess Alice as
patron of the University College,
the first-leaving on 9th February
is Mrs.-Agnita Thomas clerk of
the Supply Office whose daughter
Cicily wom the Mill Reef Scholar-

here is “Jolson sings again.” This
film has been voted Box Office
Champion for four months in
New York. Mr. Hassan expects to
be here for one week.

«
Seventh Visit
R. ALICK D’ARCY, Super-
visor of the Stevedore De-

“Isn't tt wonderful to think
that every day for six whole
weeks one’s going to read
nothing but the nicest possible
things about oneselj.”

With C.N.R. in Montreal
R. AND Mrs. Le Petrie and
their little daughter Nicole

of Montreal, Canada, were arri-



partment of Messrs George F.

ship 1949. Cicily is studying ; Huggins and Co., Ltd., Trinidad,
Natural Seience. pa —" evening by js now in Barbados on his Seventh
Zn « -W.LA. from Antigua for @ visit, He arrived last week

short holiday and are staying at with his wife and they

the Ocean View Hotel.
ill he
They came down from Canada whet’ oleae, "lar ts a:
ay T.C.A. early last month and jng at “Accra”, Rockley.

Has Not Decided

On a Name
HE Ranee of Sarawak, Lady

Also scheduled for early =
|

ane (9)
with teen-agers in America, and! 7. What a Place it is. (4)
coincided with the introduction| % The mafing Of | this is of
of the short hair styles. It spread
to this side of the Atlantic even
more
fashions did.”

Many London stores to-day
reported that
departments are busier now than
they have been since before the
war.

What are the favourite styles
among the young enthusiasts ?

America
and London agrees.
the Button Bonnet—a tiny felt or
woo! affair with a button on the

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interest to children.

2. Valse f change. (5)
12. Vv ‘or

13. Pan 3
14, Many

than y
and so is Esau. (6)

rapidly the hair

their millinery} 16, He let her change the letters. (5)
the costel

18. it of lettuce
hurry you'd need it. (5)

20. Wash. ss
y, obviously. (8)
25. ty, no doubt. (5)
26. h potch, (4
27. Gives one @ broad outlook. (8)

Four Favourites

says there are four, : ames Down a ea eee: ia
They are) * ‘zcursion. (5 sf

2. Fifty sit this way on a slant. (4)
3. When one does, one misses some-

i saree: Ba ce went on to Montserrat where the i , : leeds” mak.
Brooke, who is in Barbados nt a month’s holi ey «» «» top like g schoolboy’s cap. « Bet Scns 40 i Tis hay
spending a holiday with herg

uaughter Mrs. Richards Vidmer ends. Mr. Le Petrie is an easonéd Campaigner haped cap with a tiny turned| & Lite ‘Test wicket-keeper. same
waughter Mrs. Richards iting agemployee of C.N.R. in Montreal, JT, is understood that Monai }2ck brim trimmed with a side| = Sibel ‘seed dea
book, but~as yet has not decidéd ~ be 4 or radio work is now | button =o . ion 8) rn ee
Kk, but~as yet e ‘ going along very successfully. She , 8. Pass away, asleep. (6)!
on a name for it, ‘est h Retired Businessman has broadcast three times on Vari-| The Cushion Cloche—made we 10; Sere, perhaps,
This however is not the firs R. Nathan Bilsky, a retired ety Bandbox, but confessed that at swathed velvet and trimmed — 11, Ofea en 1 anion ahr
novel which she has written. The businessman of Ottawa, ber first appearance on January, pheasant’s feather, worn well) 19, Double or just a voice ?

last one she had published wWaS,@Canada, returned home on Sun- Ist. she was so scared that shd
“A Star Fell,” published by T-Bday by T.C.A. after about three could hardly sing a note. Now,
Werner Laurie Ltd., London, and¥ weeks’ holiday. He was staying at however, she is getting to be a
is a most absorbing story about}/Sea View Guest House. “seasoned campaigner.” Her burn-



some of the fanatical beliefs of; While here, Mr, Bilsky paid ing ambition at the moment is to
the natives of Sarawak. She has ghort visits to St. Lucia and get into a London stage production.
also written another novel, “Now Martinique. Twelve months in a_ successful
My Heart’s Mended,” which is » Thank You ane at ee sens Oe. =e =
the é sof ¢ -T1Cé - ’ .

list eae wail he’ pentane’ ISS Joyce Appleton, Civil from the stage, Mona would Tso
ears 4h the Summer. Servant attached to the like to break into pictures and

: rl “ Works and Hydraulics Depart- she has already had a test at Ealing)

ment of San Fernando, returned studios. She is now waiting to heer
to Trinidad by B.W.1.A. on Monday the result.

For Three Weeks

M* George Kimberly and evening after spending six weeks’ «> «>

Mrs. B. F. Carson, both holiday here as a guest of Mr. Three Bus Loads

from Kaltimore U.S.A., arrived on and Mrs. C. B. Allamby of ESTERDAY shortly after 2
Monday by B.W.1LA. to spend “Edinboro”, Barbarees Road. p.m, a launch from. the

tnree weeks at the Paradise Beach
Ciub. Their trip took them via
San Juan P.R., and Antigua.

«a» “an

Miss Appleton desires to thank }47.M.S, Devonshire landed at the
all those who contributed in any Challenor Steps on the Wharf and
way to the happiness of her stay over 30 Petty Officers and men
and says au revoir to those whom ‘poured’ off into a waiting ‘bus










Returning in Two Weeks = ons a the opportunity tO which took them for a sea bath
ios betty Rapsey, who is reach before leaving. to the Paradise Beach Club.
\Vi pater: Benaay a. & «* : «> Carib understands that three
nearden of the Sanitary Laundry To Stabilise The Work buses will be leaving today for the
in Pc {-Spain who was here FF on a lecture tour to Scan- Same destination filled with
on a two-week business trip for dinavia this week — is Devonshire men. \
her Company, returned to Trini- Joseph Mitchell, Secretary of the ee? «»

dad on Suaday by B.W.1A. Miss League of Coloured Peoples. His Rivals |
Rapsey also suprevised the open- aim is to tell audiences in LANS for Carnival in Trinidad



ing of the Sanitary Laundry when
it started here. She is expected
to return in about two weeks. She
was a guest of Mr, and Mrs. Jack

Denmark, Sweden and Norway of are going ahead with a
the position of coloured people in pang, There was the Old Mask
Britain today. Mitchell instances Dance at Arima on Saturday last.
the Negro struggle as being com- Many candidates for Miss San



Egan of Hendon, Marine Gardens. parable with that of woman fernando have already been

«>» “n suffragettes thirty years ago. His chosen, among them are the

. 7 ‘ previous visit to Scandinavia last Misses Joan and Barbara Bennett

Assistant Operations year was a great success and he daughters of Mr. and oo OP.
Manager hopes as a result of this new tour Bennett of South Trinidad,

ING Commander R. C, to receive additional financial sup- Both these girls are well known

Lawes, Assistant Operations port to stabilise the work of the jn Barbados, they used to go to

Manager of International Aeradio, League. school here at the Ursuline

London, returned to the island «> «>» Convent,

by B.W.L.A, on Monday evening Were Met at the Airport . * .

atter visits to British Guiana, R. AND Mrs. W. F. Callahan,

Antigua And Jamaica in connec- from Huntington Long Comings and Goings |

t with International Aeradio. yaand, N.Y. who spent a few M* JOHN St. FELIX DARE,’

—. + or aa 2 Ser days in St. Thomas en route, ar- ~ - Managing Director of Messrs. |
rived on Monday afternoon by William Fogarty J.td., returned

cation Sékvice at Atkinson Field, ,wya~. and are here for three to British Guiana yesterday vy

British Gthiana on March 1 this is Salad ; ise i
year and at Coolidge in Antigua hee = } 3 > oo as ane ee ee
on March 15. He also said that proprietor of Callahan Machinery . - ’
negotiations are being made for Equipment Co. Mr. and Mrs. C. Shepherd, who
the taking over of similar facili- They were met at the airport arrived on the “Golfito” on Satur-
ties at Palisadoes in Jamaica by two very good friends of day left here by the “Lady Nelson”
Wing Commander Lawes €X- theirs also from Huntington and for St. Kitts on Saturday night.
pects to .be in Barbados for Mr. Shepherd is Director of H. F.

at present staying at the Marine,

couple of days and is staying ut Mr. and Mrs. Harold Parker

Wildy and Co., St. Kitts.
Hotel Royal.

. Mr, John Hoad, son of Mr. and

intransit Mrs. E. L. G. Hoad returned to

RS. E. P. ARROWSMITH and Trinidad on Monday by B.W.1A.
Miss Arrowsmith were after spending a holiday here.

among the passengers arriving _ Mr. James Burke of Marchfield

here from England yesterday St. Philip, returned to the islan:

morning on the s.s. “Golfito” in- on Monday evening by B.W.LA

transit to Dominica. They are from Curacao, via St. Kitts wher

the wife and daughter of the he had been employed witl
Administrator of Dominica. C.S.M. for the past 20 months.

«»

“‘The Stars”
R Aubrey Douglas-Smith,
the Resident Tutor of the
West Indian University College,
will givé an open-air talk on
“The Stars” on Providence lawn at
7.30 on Friday.

«>»

BY THE WAY. ara" |

come the Times comment:

By Beachcomber

That

back on the head and giving an
air of sophistication to a very| 18
young face.

The Rose Stem—a tiny bonnet
trimmed with two large |
tion roses waving at the end of
a long stalk.

All these styles require short
hair,
present fashion for high stand-
up coat collars.



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Jaen gina

{ AM Proud and happy to be
able to announce another Con-
ference, this time to be held in

the Andaman Islands.

Since there is always a slight
risk that something might be very
nearly decided at one of thesd
Conferences, there will be no dis-

cussions at all. A_ bulletin will
then be issued, saying that of
course nothing was decided, the

purpose of such Conferences be-
ing not to make decisions; that
there were no discussions, as it
was never intended to have any,
but in a general way tentative
disagreement was reached on a
number of important matters; and
that it was felt that there was a
not insubstantial community of
outlook in the non-approach to
current problems of far-reaching
gravity and scope. And then will

in itself is an achievement.

SPORTING NOTE
BOUT a month ago after one
of the worst brawls at a
football match, I suggested that
referees should be armed, I see
now that an English referee in
Brazil was offered a stiletto, and
was told, “You'll need this.” This
suggests that in Brazil even the
teams are armed, which goes a
little further than what I had in
mind, If teams and referees are
to be armed, what about the spec-
tators having their own rifles?
Then, of course, the people living

near football grounds, whose pro-

perty is destroyed in the rush for
the gates, will also demand
weapons. And passers-by would
feel safer with a revolver. It is
no good taking football lightly.



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LOWLY, and not very surely,
the great rocket in which

Dr, Strabismus (Whom God Pre-
serve) of Utrecht will make his
next attempt to reach the moon
is nearing completion, Powerful
and revolting influences are being
brought to bear to have the rocket
fired from the roof of the vast
aluminium dome of the 1951 Exhi-
bition in order to attract tourists,
and thus stabilise derederededis-
derederederededisflationary eco-
nomic tendencies. Bow-wow. But
for sentimental reasons the Doc-
tor wants Wagling Parva to be
the scene of the attempt, and the
warm heart of the vast British

public is probably with him. The

rocket is to be named Snophurst,
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very

i . are
_ licen volves \
i simple facts
ss ond in the
Cn ions. Even
La Rea ty which
on ghee of the most
. Bi rs which nave tO
I will remind
pee. inform them if
siresdy know it,
4 royalty to be pala
in the British
» Ff 5 on various 1ac-

' f rate

amount of rate

On charged to any

a-license 15

o) very con-
~aake a Ver}

a mak poth to the

re we and to the
owners.”

surface straight away,

“colonial Secretary.

r funds. the
ting tor no detaile’

had ent had
The | and certainly
in ontg with no one
_ sf do not neces-
it will be one

Reason
oe Resolution was
in that form was be-
ought there was
that the Govern-
d with the Bill
ngements for the
' ; sht into force, and
store ask for authority
x as were neces-
price on the points
4 mentioned in order
to be in a position
as soon as the

ie Colonial Secretary
Phat the Resolution
x Cuke secorpled
and said that he
.ask hon. members
iy the Government

» Resolution which |

fa certain amount of
nding, to prejudice the

he Resolution as a}

had heard people

Government were

sission to import an

to draft regu-|

was the twist that
Faiven to the matter.

lite ‘Lrue
of fact, what the
Colonial Secretary
Dyas quite true, anc)
hat the Department ol
General both in the
at present was quite
draft regulations.
Government desired
expert advice on the
ion as to the granting |
That was the main
the Resolution, the

m consider, said Mr.
the question of ob-
mis one of great

y FEBRUARY 8, 1950

down the Resolu- |

+| Sary,



“cil Votes $12,000
‘for Oil

. they » bei nt .
jadvice on matters such as these, | €Y were being asked to vote

Expert

“I ask hon. members not to
j}allow the unfortunate twist that
| has been given to this Resolution
| to prejudice their minds. I hope
|} hon, members will remember that
this question of bringing oil from
the land, if it is there, is one of
tremendous importance to this
country and one on which we
should proceed, only after having
competent advice and guidance
from people who are capable of
giving that advice. I have much
pleasure in seconding the motion
that the Resolution be concurred
in.”

A Bagatelle

resolution was another indication

ernments thought. To them
$12,000 was a bagatelle. The
Acting Colonial Secretary had

told them that the government
had made no detailed estimate
{and that they had no particular
| person or persons in mind.

| He had read in the daily Press
the report of the debate in the
| Other Place on the resolution, and
|had been no wiser after reading
}that debate than if he had not
| read it. He had hoped that they
would have received considera4
| bly more information from the
| Representative of the Government
sitting on his left than What they
had' got so far, and he hoped that
}that further information would
|be forthcoming before the ques-
{tion was put to the vote, so that
|they would have some idea of
what they were voting for.

As the debate on the resolution
was reported in the Press it was
;seen that one week the Govern-
ment wanted $3,000 and a week
later they wanted $20,000. To
him that appeared to be a stag-
gering change of policy, and he
noticed that the Other Place in
its wisdom had reduced” the
$20,000 to $12,000. In reading
|the debate he had not followed
| the reason for that.

Good Advice
fact remained
either had to vote the
; $12,000 or reject the Resolution.
| He did not want to stop the Gov-
ernment from getting good advice
on the matter. It was obvious
| that good advice would be neces-
and he did not therefore
limit the Government



| The
| Council

wish to

| with some cheeseparing vote which
|
; would prevent them from getting

the best advice.

He felt that when they were
asked to vote an amount like
$12,000 the Government should

give some sort of estimate saying
why they wanted it, that they
estimated so much for contingen-
cies and they wanted the Legis-
lature to vofe the total amount.

He had inquired from an air-
ways company the cost of a
return passage from Great Britain
to Barbados, and had been told
that it was $1,523. The Publicity
Bureau had been kind enough to
send him recently a pamphlet

fo this colony in view| Showing the terms of the various





















nomic outlook of the
Mhink that it will

be| Seen

could be
qxpensiv@

that
most

and from
that the

hotels,





that the /

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Hon’ble J. D. Chandler said the’

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round figures for the ; assé
$1,000 for ra and $500 for
clerical assistance H i aiso
aid they weuld sume thiat
expert charged a fe of 200

sulneéas—$2,500—for his services

That estimate totalled $5,500,



$12,000,
Experience

le had 30

In the Legislature, and
recently had the Governme
asking for



mid years exy once}
only |
een |
money in that way
They had had .to work too hard
for their money in this island,
and had seen too many bad times
to want to fritter away money

: He was satisfied, however, that
it would be r

an expert from Eng
charge 500 guineas
that the





to import

ele
gia

Government



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the resolu



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wouic

tion and he

|
|
|
|

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make some inquiries

Barbados was not in the
Seychelles, nor it Fiji nor





Mauritius. It w
from Trinidad. ‘Trinidad had had
a Mining Departrnent opera
on behalf of the Government in|



just 200 mile



all matters pertaining to oil for the
past 35 years. It was a very
highly skilled and technical
‘epartment.



He had two
idividuals in
vhom he had
could not give their
public debate, but the

letters |

Govern-
ment was welcome to the advice
that they had given. He valued

from
Trinidad

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their advice very much.

Briefly, the information they
had given was that the Govern-
ment, apart from
the granting of licenses
need legislation for regulating
the compensation to be paid tc
surface owners for damage caus-
ed by mining operations.

Secondly. to empower the oil
companies, to give them the right
to lay pipe lines through the
lands of private owners. Thirdly
to prescribe the forms of Gov-
ernment leases and fourthly
draft regulations to determine the
method by which the market
value of the oil will be determin-
ed for purposes of royalty.

Obviously, said Mr. Chandler,
all those things were necessary
Trinidad had at the Head of their
Mines Department, an Officer
who was termed Inspector of
Mines, and Petroleum Technolo-
gist. That officer had three high-
ly skilled and competent assist-
ants, and just as Barbados was
given advice on the Fire Brigade
by Major Cox of Trinidad, he
would like to ask if the Govern-
ment had inquired from the Gov-
ernment of Trinidad whether
they could give any advice or
the matter and whether they could
second as the Head of the De
partment that he had mentionex

to come to Barbados and give the

about
would

advice





advice that they needed.

Hardly Necessary

Naturaliy, Mr. Chandler said. if
such an expert came from Trini-
dad, his estimate of 500 guineas
would hardly be necessary. That
department in Trinidad had been
responsible for all the existing
legislation in that island, and if
Trinidad had been producing oil
for the past 35 years, he could
hardly believe that all that ex-
perience was not good enough for
Barbados.

He had got further advice to





vere 1 rine > Wi >| the effect that there should be
tse the vote today|Wwere the Marine and the Windsor , SF oe a =
ent. to get the very} Which for a single room charged regulations to prohibit foreigners
oS the dnbiect | 69.00 and up a day owning oil rights except under
isa potential source| He had worked out an estimate, ee anes oe : — “2 ; ae
inthis colony, then iti} Mr. Chandler said, and in. that r eer ene oe tat
we should pursue | estimate he had allowed the ex- rota =~ third amr stains
in obtaining its|pert $15.00 a day for hotel rates Pp That: dadyice i ra haa|
of the members oi’ really nice room, He presum~ spoken Of so far, was what had
nent who have had')@d that in a month the expert) ) 14), given by one individual. The
ny mind, that I would | should have been aple to get the | advice given by the other was on}
independent advice}hang of local conditions and) similar lines. He was Mr, Bon-
mpetent person who| advise Government as to the! >, Foster, Head of the Mines
all the details as to|lines on which the regulations Department in Trinidad
mill be right to have |Should be drafted. Mr. Chandler quoted a para-—|
me company operat- He did not think that the sraph from Mr. Foster’s letter as
What kind of licenses | expert would have to draft the} follows: ‘Oil mining regula-
@anied, and what are} regulations in detail because aS| tions here contain drafts of the
matters which|the Acting Colonial Secretary had] oj] mining leases in use and the
Wovided for in the|said they had an Attorney Gen-| regulations dealing with the ex-
MMain purpose of the|eral’s Office that was competent] ploration for oil, both on jhe land |
fo enable Govern- |\to draft regulations. : and under the sea; and 30 years
Teally competent He had estimated $1,500 in! experience has taught the Govern-
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Hon'ble G. B. Evelyn said that
eg when the Acting Colonial Secre-

“ur. Chandler said that he as | tary introduced the Résolu-
yosition that) tion he had laid sgress on the
I Res amount of royalty, and Mr. Cuke
id tl had stressed the point about the
granting of licenses.

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wish. His wish was that Barba-!survey was made. There way (with Cheese
dos should have the fullest ben-| therefore no need for an expert % » Baked Beans
efit from oil if i as there, ; to work on that at the present Bots Salad Cream ;
if they could it. He time. 6 ‘Meavonsiie Z
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ment funds for obtainins cences, what exactly did the Gov- ” » Sandwich
necessary advice., but he would! ernment mean? Did théy mean Spread
counsel the Government that! the shape of the license, or did
before they spent $12,000 be-| they mean what was the area Tins Vegetable So»
tween now ,and the end of March} over which the license would be Oxtail Soup
—and the way he read the Reso- | granted ? a * Eo
lution was that in the next Es-| It might refer to the question as Strawberries |
: they could come back for to Whether they were going to ” Pears.
more—before they pent the stant one license or split the

ixpayers’ money, they should; Whole thing up between two or af Pineapple.
nvestigate thoroughly whether; three companies. If that was the Pineapple Juice }

ghl; ; ; apple Juice
the advice they needed could not | tea, the Government should tel! â„¢ a } Se.
be obtained nearer hom« them something about it. Guavas. i )
Avreement He wanted some information on ” Fruit Salad. a >!

Hon’ble V. C. Gale said he} V2at. was meant by advice on | apo 1A © er F-
quite agreed with Mr. Chand- royalties and’ the: ‘granting of “ 2 - a Dy sae
ler’s exceilent speech. He had lis- | teams GLASS of delicious * Ovaltine',
tened to the introducer and sec- | for ee ee caret seek
onder of the Resolution very] d i 4 ge ie aor
carefully, and had not been able | Chinese Land INCE & Co., Lt e Sitiucen, “Sr acama tnelameanites
. ai rs ; : Ment 8 — . es
a Sy hoes the nese ieee ‘ n (| valuable nutritive properties which
as t roney was | ® > CK $T reinforce strength and energy, and help /
to be spent. \ On Siam Coast CAML 2206 a " ‘ to maintain sae zest er homo oa v

Mr. Cuke had said that th
reading of the addendum ‘had!
been given a twist. He said that!
it was nothing to do with the
drafting. of regulations, but real-'!

work or play. e

Reniember that you need plenty of
nourishment to meet the heavy demands
on your energy made by hot, tiring days.
While you have little appetite for heavy

BANGKOK, Feb. 7.
Siam police reported to-day

that within the past three weeks,

Chinese from South China and

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ly the money was needed to get} Hinan Island have been landing 7} ETTING yp meals, the light foods you prefer are
advice on the granting of licenses, | On south coast of Siam near os . j — deficient in important food
and other things connected with | the alayan border. The police D. oy caine
that. | Suggested that some of the illegal Getting you own ? | Aglass of ‘Ovaltine’ Cold makes the

He did not agree about the | aminitgrants might be making their If morning finds you ae te oe eerie
twist. They could only go by! 7 ay southwards to join the Com- only half rested, still nourishment from Nature's nest fdeds,
what they read, and what was; Munist a eueeitas who are har- weary — ifyoursleep | ‘Ovaltine’ Cold in. quickly prepared by

, set ol ihe ien- | assing Malays : ‘. : , :

panies -~ out in the adde n | assing alaya, is broken by fittul adding ‘ Ovaltine ' co cold milk, or milk
dum. 1 Acting Colonial Sec- | —Reuter. tossing and turning and water, and mixing thoroughly with
retary had said the expert was your kidneys may | a whisk, or in a shaker.
only coming for one purpos¢ be to blame. When |

He did not want to give a nega- your kidneys get out |
tive vote. but he certainly hoped Ne ped sag mage gs | ®
that the Government would take suffers. To help your | e ) rim. Sold in airtight tins by
to heart the remarks which Mr. condition use Dodd's | if all Che sists and Stores
Chandler had made —"~ Dodd's help the kidneys get rid of poisons | as

Hon’ble G. D. L. Pile said he , etti d oar excess acids in your system, Then | > [rity ; ©
had nothing to add except that / in ou down / | your uneasiness di —you can enjoy é veer &

g é sf? y; .

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wrong with the wording of the | wil freshed for work or pl y- j 2, fy 2 ) AT, py,
Resolution, except that perhaps it | genuine Dodd's y Pills today. Only NCTTVES. ling LEM CIOUS _
did not say specifically that there 2/- for large bottle at drug stores, @ 325 | @ i 7 P.C.269
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Wednesday, February 8, 1950





Better Square

NOW that the omnibuses plying on the
various routes have been removed from
the centre of Trafalgar Square and given a
single stand in Probyn Street, it has re-
lieved the centre of the City of a congestion
which it endured for the last twenty odd
years. Many suggestions have been made
as to what should be done with the Square
and the opportunity has now come for
them, or at least some of them, to be put
into practice.

The first essential is the fixing of a central
point in Trafalgar Square so that traffic
moving to and from all parts of the City
could revolve around some point. It is
clear that this will call for the removal of
the Nelson Statue to that central point
and the abandoning of a parking station for
taxi cabs. There could be no regrets on this
score as the removal would constitute a
necessary reform.

With another block of Government build-
ings which it is proposed to erect on ‘the
old Central Foundry site, Trafalgar Square
would then approximate to a Square
worthy of a modern city. There could be
no more appropriate place for the Nelson
monument. With the Post Office and two
blocks of buildings housing government
offices on two sides and a system of one-
way traffic through the northern gate of
the Public Buildings compound there would
be the semblance of order in the middle of
the town.

The adoption of these suggestions would
mean the closing of the roadway between
the Central Foundry site and the gardens.
There are other which
would have to be made in order that the
new traffic regulations may be workable.

minor changes

The removal of the buses however seems
to create another problem, The amount of
traffic now passing over the Victoria Bridge
as a result of the transfer has been already
increased and in a few weeks when the
removal of the sugar crop is in full swing
it may be that not only greater congestion
will be caused but that the Bridge which
suffered damage in the heavy rainfall in
August last might not be able to carry the
increased traffic without adequate over-
haul and repair.

When all these changes are instituted
there will be the starting point of an or-
derly regulated flow of traffic to and from
all parts of the city. It would be regrettable
if the Government failed to make the full-
est use of the opportunity at hand.





The Harbados Museum

IN its quiet and unobtrusive way the
Barbados Museum & Historical Society
continues to fill a useful place in the edu-
cational and cultural life of the community.
Yo-day a well ordered collection of pieces
under the care of an expert Director takes
the place of that passed on to the Society
by the heirs of the late Rev, Watson.

“But if the work continues quietly there
are still those members of the community
who recognise its worth. Of these 2491
visited the Museum during last year and
the Exhibition of the Arts & Crafts Society
saw 560 visitors during August,

According to the Report on the affairs of
the Society there were 238 members on the
roll. This is a regrettably small number.
An institution catering to the educational
and cultural enlightenment of the com-
munity deserves greater support than that
now given the Barbados Museum and His-
torical Society. Despite, its high ideals and
insistence on culture its membership is not
limited to the well-to-do, An examination
of the list will prove the truth of this
statement and the appeal of the Council for
an increase of membership to 500 should
meet with ready response.

The requisite and correct knowledge of
the place in which we live should be part
of the equipment of every citizen and the
ideal medium for its acquisition is mem-
bership in the Barbados Historical Society.



OUR READERS SAY:



Barbados Museum And

Historical Society
Annual Report Of The Council To 31 Dee.

a

THE Council has pleasure in
presenting its Report on the
affairs of the Society for the year
ending 31st. December, 1949.

THE COUNCIL

Membership of the Council

was unchanged during 1949.
MEMBERSHIP

At the beginning of 1949, there
were 238 members on the roll;
and at the end of the year there
were 241 members comprising:
Founders 4. honorary Mernbers 3,
Life Members 24, Annual Mem-
bers 153, and Associate Members

57,

The following additions to
Membership were made during
the year.

LIFE MEMBERS
Capt. Hon. Gerald Lascelles.
ANNUAL MEMBERS

H. B. Bannister, S. C. Connell.
G. H. Edwards. P. G. C. Fos-
ter, I. W. Gale, Hon. M. D.
Guiness, J. H. Hammond, S. R.
Hunte, L. C. Hutchinson, Dr.
A. C. Kirton, A. C. Lewis, Miss

E. D. Manning, M. A. Puck-
erin, C. N. Reece, L. S. Stan-
ford, B. W. Ffrench-Stehelin,

and C. A. B. Vaughn.
Associate Members

B. A. Clarke, G. S. Hawkins,
Miss D. Tbberson, and Mrs. G.
White.

The Council is anxious to in-
crease the roll of membership to
at least 560. Members are asked
to encourage their friends to
join the Society.

Society’s Headquarters

During the year some repairs
were carried out to the roofs of
the Jubilee Gallery and the
Director’s residence. The central
block of the row of cells facing
the Director's house was con-
verted into an office so that the
clerical work of the Society need

no longer occupy much needed
space in the work room, The
room to the West of the

Children’s Museum was conver-
ted into a small Exhibition Gal-
lery and a showcase built into
one of its windows,

The piece of land lying to the
North of the Museum was en-
closed by a wall, as a result of
the generosity of the Barbados
Turf Club, Hon. J. D. Chandler
and Mr. W. A. Yearwood. Mr.
E. M. Shilstone generously pre-
sented a pair of gates. A
Grounds Committee consisting of
the President, Mr. Howell Clarke,
Mrs. J. D. Chandler and Mr.
D. M. Hanschell was appointed
and the planting of trees and
shrubs donated by the Depart-
ment of Agriculture has begun.

The Society received as a gift
from the Governor-in-Executive
Committee the wrought iron rail-
ings which \:ad formerly enclosed

the Fountain Gardens, Bridge-
town. The railings are to be

erected in front of the Museum.
Museum and Library

Among the outstanding gifts
received by the Museum during
1949, was a collection of glass
from Mrs. E. Hamilton Brown,
and a collection of drawings and
watercolours from Mrs. Lucy
Carrington Wertheim. Gifts of
fine glass. prints, and Egyptian,
Greek and Roman material were

QUEEN MARY has offered to
the nation, and the Prime Min-
ister has accepted on the nation’s
behalf, a carpet of her own
making. It is Her Majesty's de-
sire that the carpet on which she
has been working since 1941
should be sold as a contribution
to the country’s dollar export
drive

Queen Mary has lived among
and loved beautiful things all
her life. There can be very few,
if any, whose knowledge of the
historical treasures of English
craftsmanship equals hers. An
exquisite needlewoman who for
many years has spent many
hours daily over her needle, her
work as a maker of carpets be-
gan at the beginning of the late
war, thereby helping to revive
an art in which Britain formerly
excelled,

The carpet which she has now
contributed to the country’s ex-
port drive, represents eight years
of labour. It was probably in-
tended as a royal heirloom to
take its place by right of crafts-
manship and_ historic interest,
among the treasures of Windsor
Castle. It is of English 18th
century design, executed on “gros
point” needlework — with birds
and flowers in traditional colours
on a beige background. It meas-





THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

received from Museums in Great
Britain. Some of this material
has already been placed on exhi-
bition .

A number of additions were
made to the Library by gift and
purchase.

The new Curator, Mr. Neville
Connell, M.A. arrived in May,
and assumed his duties shortly
after. In accordance with the
prevailing practice in Great
Britain, the name of Curator was
changed to that of Director.

The former practice of plac-
ing a museum object on special
exhibition was resumed. This
has created much interest in the
Museum.

During the year the Society
became an institutional Member
of the Museum's Association.

The Society received a subven-
tion of £100 from the British
Council.

The Committee on Historical
Research was re-established to-
wards the end of the year. The
Hon. Secretary, the Hon, Libra-
rian. and the Hon. Editor have
been appointed members of the
Committee.

The Museum is now open from
10 am—6 p.m. daily, and on
Sundays from 2.30 p.m.—6 p.m.
Since the beginning of Novem-
ber, Sunday has been a free day.

Exhibitions and Lectures

An Exhibition of Needlework,
lace minatures and paperweights.
organised by the Barbados Arts
and Crafts Society was held at
the Museum during August. In
September, the small Exhibition
Gallery was opened with a loan
collection of paintings. This was
followed by exhibitions of Eng-
lish Charts. Photographs illus-
trating Building in Barbados, ana
part of the Lucy Carrington
Wertheim collection of drawings
and water colours.

Lectures were given at Meet-
ings of the Society by Hon.
Stewart Perowne, O.B.E., on “A
First view of Mexico,” and by
Miss Hilda Ridler, M.B.E,, on
“The Palestine I knew 1914-1948.”
Lectures in connection with ex-
hibitions were given by Mr. Bruce
Moulder, Mr. Ralph Crowe,
A.R.I.B.A., and Mr. John Har-
rison.

Other Activities

The Barbados Philatelic So-
ciety continues to hold Meetings
in the Society’s Library. The
Director has been made an hon-
orary member of the Barbados
Philatelic Society and Vice-Pres-
ident o&ihc PBarhedos Arts and
Crafts Society, thus forming a
link with these Societies. The
Society was represented on a
delegation of Cultural Societies
which was received by the Act-
ing-Governor on the question of
the amenities of Queen’s Park.

The Advisory Committee of the
Department of Extra Mural
Studies of the West Indies which
was recently formed, holds its
meetings in the Society’s Library.
The President, the Hon. Secretary
and the Director have been ap-
pointed members of the Com-
mittee.

The Hon, Secretary has been

Queen Mary Gives
To The Dollar Export Drive

ures 10ft, 2 ins. by 6 ft. 94 ins.
and consists of twelve panels

surrounded by a flowered border

to which Her Majesty is now

putting the final touches. Its
colours have been blended by
her to a design drawn by the
Royal School of Needlework,
from whom she originally learnt
her craft. It bears her royal
signature,

When Queen Mary decided to
vive the carpet to the nation to
be sold, it was suggested to her
that the proceeds might be
donated to the National Trust or
to one of the charities in which
she is interested. It was her ex-

press wish, however, that aay
money received from its sale
should go to the National

Exchequer, her view being that
it is the duty of every individual
to contribute something directly



What's on Today

Meeting, Chamber of Com-
merce at 12.00 noon,

Meeting, Board of Health at
2.30 p.m,

Mobile Cinema at 7.30 p.m.

Police Band Concert at Drill
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nominated as the Society’s repre-

tees of the Jewish Cemetery.
Future Policy
The policy of holding a monthly
exhibition and placing a museum
object on special exhibition are
to continue during 1950. Further
lectures will also be given during
1950. The entrance gallery lead-
ing to the Library is to be re~
arranged, and the re-labelling of
the Fish Gallery completed. New
material donated to the Museum |
will be placed on permanent ex-
hibition. The screen in the Library |
is to continue to present the)
British Commonwealth by photo- |
graphs loaned by the Regional
Information Officer. West Indies. |
Attendance
During 1949 there were 2491)
visitors to the Museum and 560
visitors to the Exhibition held
by the Barbados Arts and Crafts
Society during August. During
1948 no complete record of Vis-
itors was kept; the record began
1st. August 1948. Between Ist
August 1948 and 3lst December
1948 there were 434 visitors, as
compared with 1717 visitors dur-
ing the corresponding period in|
1949. |
Children’s Museum

The Children’s Museum had a_ busy
and successful year during 149. Group
from nine schools sent pupils regular!»
until the end of the Summer term.
September, South District Girls Schoo!
ceased to attend owing to transport diffi
culties. In the aster term, Mrs
Whewell acted for Mrs. Sweet, and th«
classes were based on the story of th
Cocoa Farmer, Wool. Cotton and Paper
which were illustrated by film strips. 1
the summer term map-making, the find-
ing of direction and the use of the
compass were studied, Children dre”
sketch maps of their schools and of
their routes to the Museum. During
the Christmas term the Growth of the
Map of the World was begun, which |
involved stories of exploration and
discovery. The children drew maps of
the world and marked on these the!
voyages of discovery Objects from tiie |
Museum were used at the demonstrations
In September, Mrs. PP. M. Swee
resigned from the post of Guide Teacher
The Dirertor acted during the Christmas
term as Guide Teacher
has as yet, been made

No appointmer

At the beginning of the Christmas
helidays Mr, John Harrison lectured to
Blementary School teachers on ‘Art

Owing to the number of
ended the lectures, 170,
y to repeat the first three
As the result of the

Appreciation.”



AT
hers that the course would last three
days, 45 teachers only were able to
attend the last two lectures. The
lectures appeared to be well received
During the Christmas term it ‘as
decided, on the recommendation of the
Director of Education, that after the 3ls' |
March, 1951 the Children’s Museum |
should cease to hold classes for schoo" |
children. The unspent balance of the |
Grant made under the Colonial Develop- |
ment and Welfare Act will be expended |
on the purchase of showcases, models
ana diagrams for the establishment of
Children’s Museum

|
|

THE JOURNAL |

The Quarterly number of the Journal |
for May 1949, is the latest to be pub-|
lished Consequently, the publication ig}
still as much in arrears as it ‘vas in 1948

AUDITORS }
The Society's Honorary Auditors, |
Messrs. C. K. Pile & Com gned xt
the, end pt June 1949, and 5 ng. Fits
patrick Graham & Co., were ap
as the Society's Honorary Auditors. Th
Council wishes to record its grateful
thanks to Messrs, Kirkpatrick Pile & Co
for having acted as the Saciety's aviitors
since the inception of the Society, and
to Messru. Fitzpatrick Graham & Co
for kindly consenting to act as the
Society's Hon. Auditors since the begin- |
ning of July 1949.

A Carpet

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to help the country in its need |
for dollars, At 82, Her Majesty
is still an unflagging worker,
with a craftsman’s pride in her
work,

To part with the carpet on!
which she has worked so long!
must be a great sacrifice to her
as well as to her children and
grandchildren, but her action is
in keeping with her whole life|
of love and service. |

The incentive which inspired}
its making was love of England’s |
tradition of craftsmanship. That!
which has now inspired its gift}
to the Exchequer is the love and
desire to serve the nation which
has animated Queen Mary all her
days.

The only condition to the sale}
of the carpet is that its ultimate
home should be some _ public
institution. This has been decided |
by the Committee to which, with |
Queen Mary’s approval, the
Treasury has entrusted the nego-|
tiations for sale. The Committee, |
which is presided over by the}
Dowager Marchioness of Read-|
ing, includes: —

Sir Cecil Weir (Chairman of
the Dollar Export Board.) Sir
Clive Baillieu; Sir Charles Ham- |
bro; Sir Patrick Hannon; Mr. J
Laurence Heyworth; Mr. J. Me-
Clean; Sir Robert Sinclair; Mr. |
Vincent Tewson, {





| of sugar.
1949. ing would do much to upset the intricate and
| efficient mechanism which you have built up
sentative on the Board of Trus.| {sr distribution, we feel the following facts
| may be of interest to you :—

wife and manufacturer
finest sugar in the world.

| £ 17,000,000.
America pay us dollars for the services 0! |





MEMO. ON SUGAR

As nationalisation of sugar refin-|

THE SUGAR INDUSTRY
The difference between the British Sugar

Corporation and the Sugar Refiners must
always be borne in mind. The Corporation
manufactures and refines Beet Sugar which
is grown in this country. The Refiners, among
whom Tate and Lyle Limited is the largest
refine mostly imported cane sugar. The Cor-
poration is subsidised and Treasury controll-
ed: the Refiners are not subsidised and have
always been examples of free enterprise at
| its best.

“MONOPOLY”
Tate and Lyle handle 53% of the sugar

consumed in Britain. The remainder is carried
out by five other firms and the British Sugar
Corporation. There is nothing to prevent other
companies entering the industry and there
is no price ring.

Consumers are protected by the provisions

of the Sugar (Reorganization) Act of 1936,
| drawn up from recommendations of the
{Greene Committee.

Cane sugar refiners offer the British house-
the cheapest and

We are not on the list for investigation by

the Monopolies Commission.

PROFITS
In the financial year 1947-48 our turnover

was £78,500,000.

Of this figure net individuals were only

0.7%.

Since 1935 we have ploughed back £7,000,-

000 to make British sugar refining the most
efficient in the world.

SHAREHOLDERS
Tate and Lyle have 17,000 stockholders. Its

| efficient financial policy has brought invest-
ment in this Company to be regarded as “gilt
edged” in the Industrial Market.

Even Dr. Edith Summerskill had to admit,
in November 1945, that cane sugar refiners

receive no subsidy whatsoever. Apart from
the normal DOMESTIC subsidy on sugar—
which goes to the housewife as in the case of
meat, cheese, fats and other foods—the only |
subsidy for sugar in this country goes to the |
farmers to encourage sugar beet growing.

LABOUR RELATIONS
Fifty per cent. of our employees have been

with us for 15 years or over. The least a man

can earn is 2/5'4d. per hour, Without over-
time the average pay of all male weekly
workers is about £7. All our employees get
at least a fortnight’s holiday with pay.

£65,000 was spent last year to bring down |
the price of canteen meals. Our workers |

can enjoy an 11d. dinner (meat, two veg. and
“afters”’).

Welfare schemes include :—
Marriage grants.
Christmas gifts.

Sick pay.

Long service grants.
Pensions schemes.
Ex-gratia pensions.
And other bonuses.

We have not had a strike since the general
strike of 1926.
EFFICIENCY

There is £2,000 worth of machinery for

every worker.

Last year we exported 10,000 tons of sugar |

per week (1/3rd of our output) valued at

one of our technologists.
EMPIRE DEVELOPMENT

It is our policy to help the Government in|

every way to increase the amount of sugat
which can be made available to Great Britain
To this end we have already opened a iiew
and most modern estate and factory at
Monymusk in Jamaica, which is financed by
£ 2,000,000 of private Capital and which will
save the country $4,000,000 a year by pro-
during more Empire sugar. Other similar
projects are in view.

No Empire country, even in the days of
surpluses, has had to carry over unsold stocks
from one crop to the next. The Empire will
always find a willing market here for its
produce.

MARGIN

The margin on which Sugar Refiners work
is the smallest in any comparable business in
the country.

These facts prove how wanton is the threat
to nationalise our industry. It is one more
example of the lengths to which the Nation

| alisers will go to put into effect ther doc-

trinaire theories which are working to the
detriment of employee, consumer, grocer and
shareholder alike.

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The Staff Of The Public Library Aim To Please

To The Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—Your leader on the public
library leaves little, if anything,
to be added, but perhaps a word
in praise of the staff, coming
from a private source, might not
be out of place I realize how
unusual it is to speak or write
favourably of persons still living
but believe that, in this case, no
real harm can result

As a_ frequent

SIR,—-The

and are
the
part

“The

“Times”

user of the



. ing conditions under whic the . . , s. : q "he i > Adan > time.
library I have observed there only g conditions under wich able lodging houses and gambling a rather lonely figt i oo nats Ene Apvocate,
; 5 Y men live are causing growing CON- houses. The men lose self-respect y fight to help the SIR,—It is regrettable that it
the highest degree of efficiency po Ses. e men lose self-respect, men coal ae a 2 We are having frequent rains
and dispateh combined with the , their hopes of well-paid jobs are The problem of finding work am oo on meets and nothing which we know must cause mc e
friendly ; : i ; .so Gashed, and they become resentf: con S ding work is has been done to aid those poor Se
most friendly courtesy and desire Before the war there was a large op" Uy) : come resentful made difficult by some prejudice unfortunate people that los danger. It is not because our
to hel. In my opinion this pai indian population in the area, but of what seems to them to be among employers afraid ie : ence . € oe e that lost their houses are standing that the whole
r ; tg ” ‘ atra > ° 5 «
ticular public service can be it disappeared during the bomb- British “exploitation, trouble; nevertheless, thanks to a 7 os oa oe . night of of the inside is not battered
compared favourably with a ing. About 1943 the immigration The prime need is for a good SYMpathetic manager of the local + eae gel t th wee oes * goes 10 When we read through the
eae . ‘ ic : é s , 5 S S wy > *
similar institution anywhere. May from West Africa began, the men hostel with recreational facilities employment exchange, greater | a fo ‘a e re eer whom we columns we notice a debate takes
1 take this opportunity of sug- occupying the empty houses. and for a male welfare officer confidence and more toleranc e are xt » ws a fo |s our represent- up most of the valuable time
: . +1 ; . er co . > ¥ Ss omy - - p S ‘ . yt
gesting that fines om overdue Coloured American and ( anadian The Colonial Office has been con- being built up and more men are }, win — preach interest at arguir which playing ; }
; ‘ ‘ ; being i 4 7m — heart, coupled with tell us your oe uch playing field t
books should be credited directly troops went there on leave, and cerned w ith the welfare of met wang employed Those out of ; . ° _— Vv ng with some “eF
; ae : ‘ thle ) wy 5 oh nar wy OS ut < gol ring
to the library and not at pre + since the war stowaways from but last December closed its hostel ork get national assistance, but OUD'SS: & i we will fight them. amounts voted for anot} opps
ie aw tes West Africa and the West Indies “Colonial Hous¢ For one reason the w ell- jressed appearance of Now in the time of this catas- aah a si : : anc _ case
tended to drift there as well or another, eithe ‘ , some of them and the high prices “OPM no one seem tw have any ; i o vi. ™ nr ee
P Sas t t they pay for ommé : i if interest in ing $2/).000
we rhere is 1 f 1 e€ \ catered : ‘ : iil :
ect ile lony « differs ‘ € en do not us we i
librar ! ies, and they do n« the ae ste ich. so thai Social : 7 \ . ige _
; ; , ‘ ; ‘ Social ork } ( “ ay i
I ‘ A eat. 1 y t € S C i House | stowa " ne r
. : ul at € i th
i W ¢ € t EENIIX

growth
colony in Stepney and the worsen-

London Sees A Problem
To The Editor, The Advocate
London County
Council have set up a Committee .
to help coloured men in London
appealing for
Their action follows an article in
which I

are a criminal

funds.

quote in
ways. Many are
week for a bed w

coloured jn a room with

of the

It is not suggested that the men
nuisance, though
there are “incidents”, but what is
happening is that coloured men—
reputed to be decent on arrival—
have such difficulty
home that they fall an easy prey
to adventurers and drift into evil

‘Phe area is a we

integrated with
munity and
colonial welfare

in finding a in the colonies.

paying £1 5s. a
ithout a mattress
five other men.
arren of undesir-

taken

able voluntary







were that social
adequate and the men should be

that
should be spent

Little official action is now being
to improv
Edith Ramsay, who is doing valu-
part-uume
and the Franciscians are fightin

Labour and
different parts of

services were

the local

money

cum-
for
countries later as

This, coupled with better welfare
facilities and a hostel, would do

much to
situation.”

ease

e matters. Miss

work,



found

that they can either stay here in
employment or go back to their be

Poor People

work in
the country, so

In my plain view of the matter
and in support of an article in
the recent columns, if no aid will
given, come out boldly and
say so, but if it happens now tnat
the Priest and Levite pas> on the
other side, I know the good
Samaritan will stop and rescue
his people, not with words which
do not count, but we will still re-
member this treatment at election

skilled workers.

a dangerous

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House Passes Resolution
To Expand Pottery Factory

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Mr. W. A. Crawford (C) said



“Devonshire”
tons, arrived at Barbados yester-



THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

H.M.S. Devonshire
| Arrives In B'‘dos

, 10,000

tee ee

Vigour Restored,
Glands Made Young

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i iieoes. was suspended for cember, 1949 |Executive not to go to the extent! The more they discussed it, the | Obituary LTD
.

The following Notices were given more one felt that its success was

A.S. BRYDEN & SONS (B'D0s) LTD.

‘ s, has laid an egg WHEN the Leg baiae “ ~ .
+ 64% Ybs., Has 1aic eT eee 1e Leg © Counc): me} : hat he , Py eragrs day under Command of Captain |
ine 4 ounces. It is owned by iva ti he Act Colonial present evidence, that the financ- ~ > observed oe Oa ae G. H. Stokes, C.B DSC, : “ j
| weighing Beckles, a Writ Officer| emo relation 1 the ing of a clay working factory was! ~~ of the Addendum that the 10ed . aan .B., <<. ona |
me Mr. > 2 al Police Station, who| Police Posts at the ven one of | not likely to he rar rative and | Committee proposed that the re anne It is no longer necessary to suffer from |
i at the ee career of Reed and | se aieet Street; rane te a aah therstosk. ilies eel cheme should be run by a small Ms ane “o7 2 oe ook hee een tot theca clok — THE cream SHAMPOO
De e co | of Her Royal Highnes. opt eat bados 7“ re, aly to attract) Boara ; a oi tae 1 Ol Officers, 227 cadets and 560 body, nervousness, impure sick- |
1 lives 2 ~ The hen which is} Couns Highness Princess Alice Gedtnestic: insane soard and that proposal was é , a in. on |
reets. ie h V , ountess of Athlone ah Shs ae private capital, it was neverthe-| nacen: ho ptyse s te ; ly » pression, and pour sieth, becanse
it tudor 5 old, and lays about six nomic Co operation " Agtednens Tar. | less eeu red that it woul 2 Sean, a . ” antes for th nte quick, Peasy eae nd theoe troubles. . a iad
} an Vi ’ : ee ween the Governmen ‘ at 2 ! é t r > at t ye ave « if - } i r
two ¥ eek, is fed on Purina. The| xingaget® Governments of the Unitea | unwise to abandon all } , ica e felt that they should have a tren sy ; a ree This discovery is In pleasant, easy-to- | Brylifoam, is right for kind of heir, ©
aw eight of its eggs is 3| America’ *"@ the United States of lakers ye Sit Ope of the! comprehensive development Board | “inment of these men has been take tablet form, is absolutely harmless, | Overy: .

n S85 « Am é conc , Ave 7 arr. : " pt v
average Wels Documents laid were ; eee development of the| which would have the respon- arranged: and the crew are Took- dose away with sland operations and 1s | % Rething te get ready dark, fair, greasy, dry. Only clean, microscopically
qUNeeS. -kles thinks that this one| ,,,8, Statement of the sums of mones The Cc ; sibility of planning for industrial| Ng forwar@ to having an enjoy- Dring? Tt works directly on the glands and © Sothing to mix clean hair can show its glorious sheen and — :

be mr. Beckles thin’ Iks | Paid over to the Colonial Treas. | te Committee on the assump-| development of the colony as a| able stay here. nerves, and puts new, rich blood and en- glinting high lights, Sce what a diffe:
ve in two yolks. by the Commissioner of Police " | ti he over a og oe in your veins. In 24 hours you can see | a ence
y hav tNettitiaitar a rer of Police during on that Government clearly} whol Three dances to be h ¥ s
may quarter ended Sist Dee arly hole. eld on f t younger, Your | * Bething to spill Brylifoam makes to dull, lifeless ot greasy hair— |
er mid-day yester-| 4 Stateme ‘O eecemiber; and understood th: hi F mie ai ti February 7. 9 d getting , vy
HORTLY after mid-day y : ent of the sums of money | c at there were very In paragraph five of the ry 7, 9, and 14 have been eyes you feel alive and full of ay
day, four Americans — tio} Bees the Motor Trae Branch ‘o | considerable risks in undertaking | Addendum, they were cold that of | Planned for them by the Royal eee Te tee ee pines wentee %* Quicker te apply now the hidden loveliness is revealed ; sets last
b a -asur far me Sie ‘ = ’ ¥ Ms ?
Boston and two from Brook-| 15.11.49 to a1iz49, “°* ‘he period | to finance this clay working indus-| the $70,000 they were voting,|@%d Merchant Navy Welfare restorer, called Virtues nteed. It | longer, wo. Brylfoam the cream shampoo for Sea
visited the Children’s Good- | tion epounell concurred in a Reésoly. | tY» had Suggested that the industry | $24,000 represented the cost of the League. eee Cire oe } ® Quicker te dry lowely ladies who treasure their hair — ideal, too, —
will League and Baby Creche. | pert or experts to to Bet an oil ex- Should not be developed on the] “ervices of a ceramic expert for} On February 11, 40 of the crew undera tee of satisfaction or money |
they were invited by Mr. John; ing of regulations and the grantine tz | ill scale envisaged in Mr,| three years—more than one third| 8° expected to go to the Crane vigour and energy and trom 10 to'z0 years |
ies M.B.E., to see thej jgepses under the Petroleum Act, |Brannams report estimated tc} of the money asked for in the to PACT, be a. younger, or you merely return the empty |
that the League is doing for Other Resolutions concurred in | COSt,, $144,000, but by way of «| resolution. The “Devonshire” will also be package and | wow teaney back. A ape. |
game of the poor children of Bar- | were for $2,500 for the services ot | Maller expansion of the present| He was willing to concede that | treated to games but due to the ~ costs little, and the |
sins an iiiease mae BE. to inquire plant, the estimated cost of whict|if they wanted special service = ite intercolonial fixtures here Vi-T: bs a ae
‘ ode 2 5 ation and organiza- Ww c as . . " : ss ot ¢ iviti ; . |
Foe aa nce. and | ea othe, General Hospi; azo | WOuld be of the order of $70,000| {rom an expert in that sphere they | #t Kensington, no activities will Sagteves Mambood ‘and Vitality |
Fe k, Mrs. Reginald Ince and for a course of training in the U.K out of which $24,000 would rep- would have to pay him. e carried on there. |
Ue daughter Miss Hazel Ince and} {ot a. Se the Lance jomticer and an |resent the cost of the services of| Th¢ expert in his report of tha Y. M. P. C. have booked two |
: Revere, saw 54] for an officer of epartment; $600 " a: sianaath ates " ro »: me Flora R or ficer of the Education De- |@ Ceramic expert for thre years | Proposed clay working industry in . em for )
in from various elementary aaa to attend a course in Ja- } and $14,000 for working capital Barbados included few apprentices February 8 and 15, These match- ”
js take their lunch. They! repairs to Mt. Tan won: $700 for | and contingencies S capine'| and set out that unskilled labour- | ©S Will take place at Y. M. P. C., DON'T forget to take a {ii}
e highly of the etiquette of & The Council passed a Bill’to amend Further Pro osal ers should be paid 30/- a week and | STounds. ’ \ Package of Fancy Biscuits
the chiaren. give effect to Act ett s0 as to The Committee tnt acini g|numore. He however in the Donen ii tine and some Chocolate Bars
c “4 A a © mendat f ce j Y = "
i nce, who is an employee the Fisheries Advisory Committee that the undertakin Ss coe OF Pie irae TOCOREOR. ASE for your Lunch when you z
Ince, that articles of fist j & should be} that 50/- a week should & z /, . ’ :
yith the Federal Government, told | exempt from Cuctane gauipment be |run by a small Board and this to certain skilled la eee oe. Se Yacht ‘Peggy Nan £0 to fy f.3
‘Advocate’ that they have Another Bill passed w: is proposal was acceptable to Gov- oo ed labourers in the oe
the ‘Adv ‘ 3 the Naturalizati was to amend | * p 0 GOV-! industry. : ett ih
Be Adare in tne USA, but| 2 Nratndon "A" saO™§R2 | Sonment Map Sat Has Arrived |), CRICKET A
" at these centres the children are in connection with the reeiireayaee Mr. Adams said that it was Great Disparity | r “é mt Es
not given meals or clothes. Ting ’nship so as to bring them into | Pointed out to him that Mr. Bran- a Crawford said that there The Yacht “Peggy Nan” which }) Fancy Biscuits in Packages
the party left the League ith concessions recently made nam was an excellent 5 and} “8S sreat disparity between the E By . ; 2 a
Before p in the U.K man and : was ex P Petit Beurre, Digestive
Madgme Revere addressed the, After getting some consideration, |2@Y. Were extraordinarily for-| S@lary of the ceramist who wouid the etna oF i ba aa incol a children. She told them to always the Bul for promoting the cultiva: tunate in getting a man “of his ne paid $8,000 a year and that of bad 3 yack Cee ae — ee x hsolomey ae
pear in mind the good work that Simson aban Was Postponed to be | type in the West Indies. he unskilled labourer who was se gf 4 a Club Season, 1950, Puff Carnival Assorted,
is being done for them, so that The Council adjourned sine die | He did not think that the Reso- | “My going to receive $374 a year. Sch i ae we Nice, Marie, Tri-Fruit Puffs. .
sme day they may grow up to F lution should have a long passage} , He said that if they were to s led. fr "St. Luci ae Fancy Biscuits in Tins
fe citizens that Barbados would HOUSE because both the House and the] ‘Udy these schemes, they would | Sled from St. Lucia. Assorted Creams, Popular
id of. Other Place were in favour of@ See that the -salaries of officials The “Enterprise S.” also Assorted Creams," Popular
be proud of. WHEN the House of Assemb) establishing a Gover cen nd experts w r y spa | Drought 50 tons of steam coal, 63 Asst: Garden Cream, Fruit
: “ , WE f Assembly met 1ing a Government Potters xperts who came down here | ° divatane: 30 ses
REST in the Intercolonial lowing Papow:tams Jaid th: col- |Industry although chis was not{ {Tom the United Kingdom were] CYlinders of gas and a motor car. Cream, Shortbread, Selected
Cricket Tournament is increas- Message No. 9/1950 from His Exce. | 20 establishment, but an extension] Very often ane third of in some| Messrs Schooner Owners’ Assoc- Asst: Cream Crackers,
daily and re a have leney the Governor to the Honour- jo ee project, cane even more than one third| ®40n are agents. Cheese Crisps, Afternoon
Bepmreed 10 CONAtE Prizes./ the Honourable House wee eorming e therefore moved the pass-|{ ef the proposed expenditure : Ae |
nes ; urable House that, : et . . pass ” xp . OV sst: Choc
ket is undoubtedly a re-| installation as Chancellor of the Ug |ing of the Resolution. Unlike the senior member ‘or “E, d W a ae = oa mets
ion with most Barbadians, sq versity College of the West Indies | Dr. H. G. Cummins (L) sec-| St. Joseph, he had at faith in ndeavour e Biscuits, Carnival Asst }
oP: , Bridget , * in Jamaica, Her Royal Highness Pr lend ihiliti gre : $ !
om early tomorrow ae ee cess Alice, Countess of Athlone will onded. the possibilities of secondary in- Chocolates in Tin & Boxes }
will be a cee aes er visit certain BWI. Colonies." Her la Mr. R. G. Mapp (L) thought] sustries in the colony and most Crew Were Saved Black Magic, Cadburys {|
ness point of view and a don hee ee oe in, Barba- | that the Government was worthy|0t them would be delighted it Milk Tray & Roses, Cad- $i)!
. s M.S slasgov ) onda. lo > nas 1 at . oe . . . ‘ * i r 8, ad-
will lead to Kensington, the Gth of March and will leave u, |Of the greatest measure of praise | Something worth while did emerge The 45-ton Schooner “Endeav- se AUT
Mirough an omission the: names} Friday the 10th of March, \. °" | for the step they had taken in the| from this project, our W.” sank between Tobago|{} PUTYs Assorted, Rowntree’s |
Pot Messrs Manning & Co., Ltd.,| | Message reagan aru Mh Gxeel- | matter and they deserved every| Mr. E. L. Ward (E.) said that in| and Trinidad recently, Mr. King Assorted, Nestles Assorted \
« aoa y ioverno. o the onou | clrirpeace . ee . . i. v? " |
and Newsam & Co., did se nn ar} able the House of Assembly on the | SUCCESS. embarking on a scheme of that| of the Schooner Owners’ Assoc- Chocolate Bars ia)
amongst those firms who will close subject of the application to Barba- | He said that there were one or} nature and knowing nothing at| iation told the “Advocate” yes- Mars, Vanity Fair, Kit- | a!
* for cricket. dos oF re Economic: Co-Operation }two questions he would like to]all of the possibilities of running | terday, The entire crew of seven r. TS 2 OW) ott RS |
: Agre ent vetween the Government lesk the Leader of the H ne the scl 2 r , Kat, Caley Tray, Cracker
N ACCIDENT occurred on| of the United Kingdom and the Unitea | °° eader of the House, one Scheme, one would have to} have been saved and were land- ; Me = if
A Tnierprise Road at about States of America. of which arose from the consid-|Pay experts for their advice. ed at British Guiana milk, Crunchie, Cadbury ({t) fi)
: rs a é a u Statement showing the Gross Cus- | erati > renor ‘ > Mr 3 . + M Sa rhage ee : Nie .
Me. Binder when thel. toms emo pacer the. < roa Cus- | eration of the report made by Mr He supposed that Government Mr. King said that he received Milk, Whole Nut, Roasted
: a ats M, 2495. owned and| â„¢onths ended sist December, 1949 |Brannam. Firstly, he wanted to; Would try to get the best expert the news through an_ overseas Almonds, Fruit & Nut |
moor ar ncoln Diane of Bank | Pst Office Advances for the pay. | Know who constituted the Com-|knowledge for the scheme on| cal} on Monday night Bournvill : filk,
driven by Lincoln Digrant of Ban Dont ot Money Orders to the 3ist |mittee mentioned in the Adden-| Which they were going to embark.| + Gein Asean SEE cd Bournville, Frys Milk, “ae

ff the road, into a field 1949 ; The “Endeavour W was a ; a f
Hall, ran o e road, into a field nt of the sums of money |@Um as it would be interesting to|Government felt that the scheme vesse] well known to Barbadi: Almond & Raisin, Nut Milk. ‘i
of canes and eventually struck a paid over to the Colonial Treasurer | Know the members. was going to be a success and they i hoet ankle. ae oan AL )) 5
telephone pole. by the Commissioner of Police during | |should have the most reliable is ven ——— oe ee I Pint The

Durant was later taken to the| the quarter ended 31st December, | Ve - | expert atson on ecember 1 an lermos hae
7 , ; Da 1949. ery Interesting xpert. ss acai S f
General Hospital and detained. Statement of the sums of money —_ ; ain | A Bit Sceptical | Svayed. fae <9. days. ; Sun Glasses. ;
; extensively damaged. static Atta eta eaten | die said that it struck him| .,| It left Barbados for Trinidad
The car was ex y g paid the Motor T ic Branch to | | On the other hand he w a | e
the Colonial Treasurer for the period aw very interesting that they pe é Cer SANG AO Was’ e Dts’) on January 28 under ballast. atl
ORK at Sandy Lane Factory, | 15th November, 1949, to the 31st De- |should advise the Governor-in- | SC¢Ptical about the whole matter. 4
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IT IS with deep regret that the

an hour yesterday due to the death Mr. Adams: Resolution for $380 to |T€commended by Mr. Brannam. inet Zoing to be as great as it shoul
of Mrs. S. C. Thorne. supplement the Estimates 1949—50, | Mr. Brannam in his report eel een great as it should Mrs 7 C Th a HEAD OF BROAD STREET
The mark of respect was paid] supplementary Estimates 1949-50. Nn | COMmended a scheme for $144,000 | "©, o We ° orne
Supplementary Estimates 1949—50, No. | . They knew that when they were = AGENTS.
from 9.00 a.m. to 10.00 a.m, 29, which form the schedule to this | but Government by a way of ; i > SS

resolution. |smaller expansion of the present going to embark on a new scheme,

Mr, Adams; Resolution for $23,598 they should try to command | Advocate announces the death ot









FINE of 30/- to be paid in | plant, propose : 7 :
, t lement the Estimates 1949—5 } Plant, posed to spend $70,000.} "4. ae . a eal : : =

mone month with an alterna-| past Y Grover ae es eae 50, it might be said that the smalleq| 1/2" Kets to export the goods and | Mrs. Lotiee Daley Thegne, wite of
tive of one month’s imprisonment} Supplementary Estimates 1949-50, No. |they started the better it would the Government had no concrete | Mr. S. C. Thorne, former Presi-
Lot syne of | 30, Which form the Schedule to’ this nae : eee oe oe proposals that they would export nt of the Legislative C : °

simposed on Allan Alleyne of sesh oy be for the future success of the . : Pi de the Legislative Council.

Vackson by His Worship Mr, E. A.| “Mr. Cox: Resolution to fix, with |scheme. On the other hand they a rr of the scheme for any| Mrs, Thorne who had reached Qs y Or a Oc ak ,ASI1OI lS
os yesterday, effect from, the ist, March, 1950, the might go and start too small me “es Pa iiahaaliileatl tits the age of seventy three was the ies
shutting cna Seating lit printed papers (including books, he would like to know if they in a strong position and should gd Bextit, daughter o :

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Mr. and Mrs. Cooper Boxill. She
shared with her husband a busy

commercial papers and newspapers)
transmitted from this Island to Great
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were any sound reasons given by
the Committee for so doing,

know if they could risk $70,000 DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS, white 54x72

Harbin on January 4, on the scheme

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: , He felt that if the industry $ : : life int ted in e has f
: A Mr. Cox: Resolution to fix, with os istry was Personally, he did not think ie interested in every phase 0 * : fe
her in her face (near the right] fect from the ist March, 1950, the | to succeed, it was very important becheme meok® a good oh for _ activity concerned with the well in pink, blue & green 54x54 ......,......... $3.73 ms
tye) with his fist. air mail, postage on seteatay uaa | the small Board was well chosen country, but after trying for aj|being of the people. In_ her '
ar air letter forms a sset ans i‘ . a rs z= a ys a i
ELENA NICHOLLS, a 30-| destination set out in column one = —- the recommendations of} few years and that was the only | earlier years there was no accent *
year-old domestic servant of oa Pach Gena Peake nett | effect mer 2 nn nto} one they think would make a sue- | on women’s ipa gy ooialinage io.
Bank Hall, was put on bond for} destination in column two of the said | Mr hAnea' ince : -Â¥ Haters he would support it so that} but to those on and around the Rayon and Cotion Table Cloths
Mm six months in the sum of £2] Schedule. ; pes bien tan t the Ee re gh the] it would not be said that they on plantations in the parish of St. j
r . =~ OY = “ox! SO oO o c ers oO » > oC - he af : o 7
yesterday by His Worship Mr. | eitaed: Son We ist March, 1980, the | prised Hon'ble DG, ban that side of the table were trying | James, she was a kind friend. ‘
H, A, Talma., | air mail postage rate on printed mat- |) A 6S Bryden We Cacock,!to do something to prevent the|She wore an air of dignity be- : i ;
ter (including books, commercial | T. 4, 8. Bryden, Hon. F. C. | success of the scheme. in green, gold, blue 54x70 $5.50)

é | ; j ri i indli-
She was found guilty of steal- papers and newspapers) addressed to | Hutson and Mr, C, A. Coppin and hind which she carried’ a, kindli

































ee pair of cart wheels valued Great Britain, tt: Resolution to | Ue were asked to advise the . : * ness of heart which made her
al . i of Courtney iuinea of the compulsory acquisi. |Government on the economic as Appoint 3 For highly respected. ; . é
offen Ms eckles Road. The tion by the Governor-in-Executive | well as the marketing side of the Always robust and hearty, she Lace Supper Cloths 66x86 .. $9.00
te was committed on Feb- | Committee of 7,710 square feet of land | scheme, WwW rld C G. enjoyed life to the full and took
om * | Se Puan of tease call Precarious 0 UP GAME | part in the social life of the colony
AROLD FIELDS of Ieece’s} ters and as a hauling-up site for Mr. J. H. Wilkinson (E) said LONDON, Feb. 7 in which she was a leading figure. . eCCOS ; 6 4 the Fishe De ri . 4) Sale 4 ot aah ‘ ing
Tenantry, St. Michael, Velopment scheme. "| that the scheme was not likely| Asked by the World Cup Com-| She was a devoted wife and loving
fined 10/- and 1/- costs in Mr. Goddard tabled an Address | to be e@ financial success as the| mittee to appoint officials for the| mot oe COR ‘< c. h a ae
or 14 days’ imprisonment| Télative to, the erection io 4. a |report of the business people did} preliminary match between Spain| @ husband, Mr. S. C. oe. AVE
Mhen he appeared before Hig) M@ket at Silver Sands, Christ | not indicate that there would be| and Portugal in Madrid on April} Son Mr, Jack Thorne, and three } *%9 '
atin Mr, H. A. Talma yester- Mr. Allder tabled an Address in large markets for pottery andj 2, the Football Association have | eee oe eee ee '
Y for not keeping his premises ‘ connection “with the increase of lux- flower pots, The scheme mainly | invited R. J. Lefe of Nottingham ubrey reher, an rs. G. L 10 i
. =e a s and leasure crafts i . sha )
of stagnant water liable to eee aie ran eer "| seem to depend on the export to| to be referee and N. W. Hillier| Harford. ; , 11, 12° é& 18 BROAD STREET |
mosquitoes, Mr. Goddard gave notion of a Pages like St. Vincent and Gren-| Northampton and W. B. Everett To these and other —— i
question re the cessation of work ada and to him that seemed very | Suffolk to act as linesmen relatives the Advocate tenders ” i
‘ » ‘§’ bend at Harmony Hall, | s : : s , s f :
HE RIGHT fenders of two cars| 2” ,th@,,S\ bend at Harmony Ha precarious. —Reuter.i deepest sympathy. i

Christ Church, |
Mr, Allder gave notice of a ques-
tion relative to the control of and
revenue derived from horse-racing.
The House passed the following
A Resolution for $70,000 to sup-
plement the Estimates Part IT, Capital



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SAP of motor car} Payment of Leave Passages | redler, ‘y
X 329 was knocked off when| {90.2 Ganmites | Usually Now » Mulligatawny Wl
; peident occurred on Welches The House further “discussed” the | Grolisch Pilsner Beer i ;
oh on Frag at about 5.30| Bill to amend the Gas Wor a Are you nervous and fidgety during the per bot. 26 21 » Kidney i
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€ accident involved > car ae oat : yresent the Barbados | |
Bt owned by Harold Roach of Konia a the, installation “hie J day, ready to snap anyone’s head off at Grolisch Pilsner Beer Lady Dane Tomato ' i
eyes oy driven by Park-| 83%, "VF An “as. Chancellor of the per case $6.24 4.50 di
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DIED FOR RENT Apyaeancies in the Elementary Teaching Service
yESPA LWELLYNE. et ICATIONS are invited from teachers with az least :6 THE Séibbe ae =
ree er ET erat aa ci a experience for the Headships of the following Davidson” willvaccept Cargo and
Bierce” | HOUSES "St. Silas’ Gis |] seats” “NE
oy leave ; vy Cemetery. é as’ Girls’ : ;
vil leer the Westhifichael Mayers) FLATS fully furnished with Refrig- St. Clement’ . Seheal, St. James'—Grade I. The Scnooner -Zentth" will lean
Doorren), Cynthia CORB, Carl Dist ane linen at . Worthing, 2 . S Boys’ School, St. Lucy—-Grade I | act eet Cargo and, Passengers for
ii ; . . ini ; . : : : ; . ic a s i
onan, Arthur Callender. |. ED, is The minimum professional qualification required is the Cer- | Thursday 9th February
ne PSTAIRS PREMISES — and foot mar “st the Department or exemption therefrom. The Schooner “Mary E. Carol-
. § Street, very spacious an - alary will be in d +6 ine” will accept Cargo and Pas-
airy. Suitable for ‘offices, : accordance with Government Scales for Domi i
i ca. ~ many uses. Appis’ Thong ie? Head Teachers in Elementary Schools, day 1th Feorusn eet
for ° me 3468. 4.2:50—-t ts 4. Candidates should applicati The Schooner “Lady Noel
somes ~ . : e ou make application on the appropriate will acauee aah wah
P —— Worthing” “in Avenise fonaing dated st +h which may be obtained from the Department of Education. All for Dominica sailing Friday 10ti
Sands. Containing spacious Verandane oe cations must be in the hands of the Director of Education by oo ae 7 ”
: Dining Rooms, Paswe ons Drawing and ednesday, 15th February, 1950. pf AM ig a ll

























an liste, eee " h Schoo St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Gren ada,
cranes 00 oF means GE. | or Diat sige, TO PE Wm. Henrys St. Vincent. - ; =
FE eo in good order. WINSLOW--Cattlewash, St. J b Applications are invited f i i B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNEPS
“oar: 1935 io ea.” Geiven from Feb. 16 and also the months 1 the Girls’ High or the post of an Assistant Mistress for ASsectAaion Umeo
es ures lease Superlative, |S: ea . sume and July 1950. Apply = s _ School, ST. VINCENT, B.W.I., Tel. 4047
B ‘ . 7.2.50--2n| Mrs. W. T. Gooding, Strong Plan- e salary of the post, which is i i : : .
i tation, St. ‘Thomas : . pensionable, is as follows: —
: ee wryvern (2 hy. 8.2.50—3n. Graduate Scaie $1,032, rising by annual increments (———" Tey
can—Vauxhall | 19 00 miles — almo;t f $72
, : iv 5, by FLAT—Unfurnishea Fla o to $1,440 per annum. ee ta a
goon! Done Garage. Dial 4615 ... | ster otha it containing a s ,
Son, counesy 7.2.50—3n | [WO ae ee & ‘1 room, Non-graduate Scale _*’._ $480, rising by annual increments
8.2.50—5n t. LE [RH of $48 to $720 (or $960—dependent
eee eet ri ae : Cote ae qualification).
‘ i ~ot-Living Bonus on a sliding scale com-
i) King. o s i
iereules Silver, King. UBLIE SALES mintion from $109.20 per annum on a salary of $480 p.a. is |
Ltd. Dial 4476. ——————_—_!:_ yao. }
a. 18 11 40--t.t.n a ‘ . UTWARD THE UNITED KIN
ree cvCL ES Also AUCTION vocdieaenta $n may be appointed at any point in the scale, i K : = _—
Es_Aln| - Sei. © qualifications and experience, >
J yBRCULES ae dies Sports Auto| CHAIRS—Kight : 7 : } ue
a Dial 2696. $6 each. Complete Morrie Sens gecits The appointment will be probationary in the first instance, and Vessel. From Leaves Barbados.
7.2. 50—t.f.n. Boards from $15 upwards, Wardrobe | the appointee may be confirmed in the permanent, pensionable post |
———— "| $15, Bedstends tronr sien anes from rafter one year’s service. }S.S. “CRAFTSMAN” __... Glasgow 28th Jan. 11th Feb,
F sey wor Be De pation Rooms. Hard- : P onthe auen High School is under the control of the Government 7 acalariaes AN” 2 pid gy ; ey ne ie res
se Hair Fox ‘Terrier 5.2.50—3n., . t. Vincent, and teachers on its Staff possess the status of Civil | S.S. “TACTICIAN” .. Liverpool 17th Feb. 4th Mar.
ton newis imported stock. BY Instructions received from the gare NIT KIN
IPerticubrs. Apply ome C/o dag: eae ny é will sell on Fri- Free passage to St. Vincent to take up appointment is provided. HOMEWARD FOR U ED GDOM,
; oe —___——$___— Kedman & Taylor's Gan men St Mee Applications, with details of education, qualifications, age and | Vessel. For Closes in Barbados
How 5 Norton 5 H.-P. Motor. Cycle. | Xperience, and copies of not more than three testimonials should be
FD cccrricat 989 — "6 cylinder a IE “Champion | Set to the Government Secretary, Government Office, St. Vincent, not | S.S. “PHILOSOPHER” London 12th Feby.
ee tees tama ee. Excellent Ty later than 28th February, 1950.
P RADIATOR—"6 cyl. I led to 87.£ VINCENT GRI rrr tseenteitnehsesenntaisisemstsiishnennann
Diesel Radiator cooled oot aaa gt RIFFITH, |
et posse alternator 400/230. vol ee. ’ ation apply to
jaye in every way. In use 2.00" 7.2.50—3n BISHOP S HIGH SCHOOL For further information apply
furs only. Cable and 8.2.50—3n.| | CAR—By instructions of the Agente of
=. 90— v—ory 0 ie ents o:
$$ |", ined a Meaetaence Co. Lid. TOBAGO DA CUSTA & CO., LTD -Agents.
FLLANEOUS ouem o Friday {eth nt 1 pam. Ford Applications are invited for
wise “3 Car damaged by fire. Terms Cash. , “a
TANDKERCHIEFS—American Lotion, | * “ine (a) Classical Master (preferably honours degree) capable of ;
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—————
Margaret Innes has a small

of exclusive cocktail gnd din-
gr frocks just arrived from “London,
gi sues. On view every morning start-
y Feb. 8, Mayfair Gift

Club.
7.2.50—4n.
S——_——_$§$_
“Seine Boat 19 ft. Newly Built.
oo. J. M. Johnson, Rollins’ Land,
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ing We
x Aquatic

; ;

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i iieereecincninteremenmenemneaeninatnie

_ fTINGS—Galvanised pipe. All sorts

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eS
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& Retail.














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oe COPFER ~In packages may now
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of the lesser quantity used to the |
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mMANTED TO PURCHASE

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y
on ly 10-15 Acres and House,

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jo. DX-883,
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py — ter-

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ssDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1950 -

IED ADS.

age. Dial 2490,

OUSE Lucas St,

able Business s
Goods or other tand suitable for


















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. G. Hoad, Acting
Secretary, W.I. Biscuit Co, Ltd.

7.2.50—4n,

SHARES—300 (Preference 6°)
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 Friday 10th
1\30 p.m, Yearwood & Boyce,



instant at
Solicitors,
7.2.50—4n







LAND: 23,877 square feet land at To
Rock Hill, Christ Church, commanding
a beautiful view of the sea coast from
the Lighthouse to Rockley. Apply R. Ss.
Nicholls & Co. Roebuck St. Bridgetown
Solicitor, 4.2.50—6n



_
BY public competition at our Office
James Street on Friday the 10th Feb-
ruary 1950 at 2 pm. “MALTA” at
Cattlewash Saint Josepn containing 3
bedrooms. 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











PERSONAL

The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to any person or persons
whomsoever in my name as I do nov
hold myself responsible for anyone
contracting any debt or debits in my
name unless by a written order signea

by me.
OLLIVIERRE BURKE,
Mellowes Plantation,
St Joseph.

The public are hereby warned, agains!
giving credit to any Person or “Persons
v. soever in my name as I do not
hold myself responsible for anyone con-
tracting any debt ar debts in my name
unless by a written order signed by me.

Signed HUMBERT HOLDER,
Sobers Lane,





OFFICIAL NOTICE

BARBADOS,

IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction),

KENNETH CLIFFORD ial aie

BYRON WILLIAM DURANT
ARCHER ...



laintiff
Defendant

IN pursuance of an Order in this Court
in the above action made on the 5th day
of January, 1950, I give notice to ail
persons having any estate, right or inter-
be in or any lien or incumbrance affect-
ng—

All that certain piece or parcel of land
situate at Crab Hill in the parish of
Saint Lucy in this Island containing by
admeasurement three roods twenty one
perches or thereabouts abutting and
bounding on lands of B. Skinnea
Charles Bromes, M. Greaves, H. Griffith,
B. Skinner, H, Griffith, O. Armstrong,
John Griffith and on the public road 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 be-
tween 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 Bridgetown,
before the 15th day of March, 1950, in
order that such claims may be ranked
according to the nature and priority
thereof respectively; 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 15th day of March, 1950, at 10
Gee a.m, when their said claims will
be ed.

Given under my hand this 5th day of

January, 1950.
Pr I. V. GILKES,
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court of
Appeal.
7.1.50.—3n.






BARBADOS,
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction).
KENNETH CLIFFORD =r.

laintift
BYRON WILLIAM DURANT
ARCHER Defendant

NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue
ef an Order of the Assistant Court of
Appeal dated the 5th day of January,
1950, there will be set for sale to the

highest bidder at the 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 =
oa Friday lith day
h, .
‘All that certain or parcel of

land situate at Crab Hill {1 the parish of
Saint Lucy in this Island containing by
admeasurement three roods *wenty one
perches or thereabouts atutting and
bounding on lands of B. Skinner, Charles
Bromes, M. Greaves, H. Griffith, B. Skin-
ner, H. Griffith, O. Armotrong, John
Griffith and on the public road or ao
ever else 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 sime hours until
the same is sold for a swn not less than
“ne : ai Sth da: f January, 1950.
Dat this 5th y of « Te .
- I. V. GILKES,
\ Ag. Clesig of the Asst, Court of Appeal.

7.1.50.—3n.









§.2.50—3n,
“BLUE HOUSE

ness. Contact immedi-



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GOVERNMENT NOTICES

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION



31st January, 1950.

A very desir-



Vacant Post of Assistant Mistress, Girls’












$2,160 — $2,880 per annum,

PUBLIC NOTICES | LOST &





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Jones, Williams & Co., Dept. 10 Victoria
: _ Lost on Broad Street.

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NOTICE

PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH

Applications, accompanied by Baptismal
Certificates, will be received at my
office up to 3 p.m. on Friday, 10th
February, 1960, for one or more vacari
Vestry Exhibitions, tenable at the boys
Foundation School.

Candidates must be children
parishioners mn straitened c
stances, and must be between the age
of 10 years 6 months and 12 years on the
date of the examination.

Candidates must present themselves tc
the Headmaster of the boys’ Foundation
School on Priday 17th February at 9.45
a.m. for examination.

Application forms can be obtained
from my office.

offers

o!| Choice Salted Beef
Fish

Picnic Hams 70c.

Currants 29¢. Ib

Canned Pears .....
Whole Tomatoes .....
Smail & ‘arge Tomato
Maxwell House Coffee
Blue Mountain Coffee

WOOD GODDARD, ire toserios (erecta
Parochial Treasurer, Sliced Bacon a
Christ Church. | Hemo

3.2.50—5n.
Lea & Perrin’s Sauce



Grocery Pri
We solicit

TAKE NOTICE
“CRIX”

That Bermudez Biscuit Company
Limited, a Company incorporated unde:
the Companies Ordinance Cap. 31 No. 1,
of the revised Laws of Trinidad anc
Tobago, with Registered Office at Moun
Lambert, San Juan, Trinidad, has ap
plied for the registration of a trade mark
in connection with “Biscuits and Articles
of Food” and will be entitled to register

the same after one month from the i
ith day of eT oe selene wiil be more th
scme person si n e - r
time give notice in duplicate to me a with the Results.

my office of opposition of such registra-
tion, The trade mark can be seen on
sO Eek th oon day ot January 1950
jay 0: 3 ‘.
se Gc. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks (Acting).
date o fthe examination.

BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE
BANK LIMITED
APPLICATIONS has been made to the
Directors of this Company by Marion
Maude Payne of Harrow in the parish
of Saint Philip in this Island. Married
Woman for the issue of duplicate Share
Oertificafes for One hundred Ordinary
Shares nu 31,561 to 31660 inclu-
sive and One hundred Preference Shares

numbered 5,869 to 5,968 inclusive issu

on the 25th day of August 1943 and 27th
day of October 1943 respectively upon
the statement that the original Certifie
cates No. 497 and No. 63 FeMpecsyely
have been destroyed by Fire and no |



it ny one as -security or
— roe is is hereby given
hat, if within thirty days from the date
aereof no claim or representation in
respect of such original Certificates
respectively is made to the Pyreewet
they will proceed to deal with pis
ypplication for duplicate Share Cer-
tificates.
Directors
By Order of the Board of
ESSA E. MILLINGTON,
” * Secretary .
29.1,50—2n

SEE ae
EVERYTHING 1
YOU WANT...

QUALITY
SIZE





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more you will fing in the Gas
cookers just received. Call and
see them at your Gas Showrooms

PEARANCE
REASON ABLE PRICE ‘
Y REPLI SSIS



Just Received

RESH STOCKS OF
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\CKS MALTED MILK 3 sizes
ORMICIDAL SOAP 1% (Neko)
CUTICURA SOAP

REAM OF WHEAT
SLLEN BURY’S MALTED FOOD
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turn same to Advocate Co.



GIBBS Provision Grocery
and Liquor Store

Ib sizes 4 to 8 Ib
Raisins 19c, & 50c. Ib.

Jems in various flavours
and a Variety of other High Class

your Patronage.
by van or Cycle, Dial 3115.









DEVELOPING and
PRINTING

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FILM, we are sure that you

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THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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cept Cargo and Passengers . for

St. Kitts-Nevis, Antigua, Mont-
serrat, Dominica,
The M.V. yDaerwood" will

accept Cargo and Passengers for



















WANTED
*



EVENING










Old Ral

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SOUTHBOUND SAILS Sails Sails Arrives Sails
NAME OF SHIP MON- Halifax Boston B'dos B'dos

TREAL
27.1.50—12n.] cAN. CHALLENGER — ath Jan —— 6th Feb. 6th Feb.
LADY RODNEY — 8th Feb 10th Feb. 19th Feb. 20th Feb.
LADY NELSON —— 25th Feb. 27th Feb. 8th Mar. 9th Mar
LADY RODNEY — 25th Mar. 27th Mar. 5th Apr. 6th Ap:
FOUND LADY NELSON —— 12th Apr. 14th Apr. 23-d Apr. 24th Apr
NORTHBOUND Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives — Arrive
a B'dos B'dos Boston St. John Montrea
LADY NELSON 3rd Feb. 4th Feb. 14th Feb. 15th Feb _
offered for retu LADY RODNEY 4th Mar, 6th Mar, 15th Mar. 16th Mar —_
mg. } LADY NELSON 2ist Mar. 22nd Mar. Ist Apr. 2nd Apr —-
ane. Phone LADY RODNEY 17th Apr. 19th Apr, 20th Apr. 30th Apr. —_—
2.2.50-—-t.f.n. | LADY NELSON 6th May 8th May 18th May 19th May ——
















Finder please re-
8.2.50-—2n.

GARDINER AUSTIN & CO,,

you



FRENCH LINE

-Ketchup 52 &

on the 5th February, 1950.



‘oducts.
Delivery

—_——



SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12th
8 a.m, Holy Communion

9 am. Morning Prayer and
Sermon.

an Satisfied







N.B.—Subject to change without notice. All vessels fitted with cold storage cham-
bers. Passenger Fares and freight rates on application to :—

LTD. — Agents.

Minimum First Class Only $425.30 B.W.LCy.

R. M. sONES & CO., LTD.- Agents.

eammmamammmasaaaaanads ny =
S HARVEST SERVICES SEA VIEW GUEST
, — At — | HOUSE
ST. AMBROSE CHURCH | Snails teealindes

| High Class Cuisine,
Comfortable Beds.

Fully Stocked Bar

RATES:

$5.00 per day up



They’re alll fixed !

Fixed prices! And identical parts! That’s what you
get when you buy Ford spares from us. All genuine
Ford spare parts are sold at low, fixed prices—
and every one of them is made from high quality
materials, to fine limits of precision engineering, and
checked and counterchecked for accuracy. We, as
your Ford experts, know that only a genuine Ford
spare will do a satisfactory job in a Ford. That is

why we always fit them—an essential safeguard to
essential motoring.

Charles McEnearney & Co.

Druggist
136 Roebuck St. Dial 2813
SOCOCSOOPOPOSO VSS OVGOS? | G00S00690066-500095509

Ltd.



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CIE. GLE., TRANSATLANTIQUE

5.8. “GASCOGNE” sailing to Trinidad and Frenct; Guiana
Sailing to Plymouth and Le

44
36

9le ix Havre via Martinique and Guadeloupe 12th February, 1950.
OS a 40



|

4 p.m. Evensong and PRO- (inclusive)
GRAMME OF HAR- Apply :
VEST MUSIC. MANAGER,
SOL EALLS

%,

|
il



Rhoda L., Schooner Manuata, Sch. Mary
M. Lewis, Sch. Marion Belle Wolfe, Sch.
Sunshine R., Sch. Lucille M. Smith, Sch.
Sch. Felicia Monica, Sch. Emeline, Sch.
Freedom Fleary, Sch, Frances W. Smith,
Cyclorama, Sch. Lady Noeleen, Schooner
Zenith, M.V. Blue Star, Sch. D’Ortac,
Sch. Philip H. Davidson, Sch. Timothy
A. M. Vansluytman,

Madeline

ILL CCD -eseirctht-s~)smaunaanan

HIPPING NOTICES |

PAGE SEVEN





In Carlisle Hay

IN PORT: Sch. Mary E. Caroline, Sch. ARRIVALS

Stokes, from Grenada; Royal Navy.
Schooner Owners’ Association.
DEPARTURES

tain Gumbs, for St. Lucia.
Schooner Owners’ Association.



ARRIVALS—By B.W.1A.
From ANTIGUA:— William Lepetrie,
Lepetrie, Nicole te, Alice

Norman Hinkson, Mr. Hugh Mapp,
Louis Linden, Mr. Lawrence Adam,
Sheena Adam,

Kimberly, Lucy Carson, William ‘Calla-

hara, Carnall Callahara,

Lawes, Mr. Elias Gobaira, Mrs, Eunice
Sebilleau, Mr. James Kenny.

D'Arcy Scott, Mr, William Grannum, Mr.

Cable and Wireless (West Indies) Ltd., Springwater, S.S. British Galvalier. 8.5.
advise that they can now communicate § 8. S. Rosa, S.S. Doll » 8.2.
with the following ships through their El Gallo, 8.9. Perryvilleyoars. Point

Coast Station:—

For BRITISH GUIANA:— Mr.
From JAMAICA:— W/Cmdr, Reginald Carter, Master Anthony Baron, Mr.
Baron, Mr. Herbert Crouch Mrs.
celia Humphreys, Miss Joan

Mr,
Mr. Michael Castello,

IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION

DEPARTURES—By B.W.1A,
For TRINIDAD:-— Mrs. Edna Scott, Mr.

H.M.S. “Devonshire, 10,000 tons, Capt:

Schooner “Enterprise S." 66 tons net,
Capt. McQuilkin, from St. Lucia, Agents:

Schooner “Laudalpha” 60 tons net, Cap-
Agents:

Mr.
Mrs.

Rainer

Erie

Baron, Mrs. Patricia Baron, Miss Diana

Ce-

ys,
Henry Williams, Mr,-John Dare,

Aconi, S.S, Port Pirie, 5. S*"Motmeacland,

Mormagstar, S.S. Rimutaka, S.S, Sekna,



S.S. Teakwood, S.S. Magallanes, S.S. 5.8 Estero, S.S. Bachaquero, SS.
Alcoa Cavalier, S.S. Southern Counties, §_S. Helicon, S.S. Bergeland, S.S.
S.S. San Veronico, §.S. Stuyvesant, Dregon Star, S.S. Loide Chile, S.S. Vant
S.S. Golfito, S.S. Imperial, S.S."Quebec, Hoff, S.S Gaseogne, S.S. Alcoa Pen-
8 Quilmes, S.S. Argentine, S.S. nent, §.S Cottica, $.S. Olympic Games,
c allina, S.S. Glayds Moller, S.S. S.S. Norse Mountain, S.S. Mormacsaga,
P. ma, S.S Alcoa Patriot, S.S. S.S. Bmpire Gangway, S.S. Daarel
Canadian Challenger, S.S,. Vanspeyk, Doorman, S.S. Brunswick.

since it sank to have it refloated
or removed, Its position yesterday
was same as on the day \after it
sank,

No Attempt Made
To Refloat ‘Potick’

nner basin of the Careenage.



The
make

going
“Potick”

repairs,

may it a

the berth.
Today makes 24 days that the
Potick” has been sunk in the



No attempt has been made



past few weeks has been under-
sunken

bit

difficult for this Schooner to leave

Vessel Overdue -
Sighted Off Cuba

Motor vessel “Culver,” which
During low tide, part of the some days ago was reported to
stem, and the name _ which is}be 14 days’ overdue, was sighted
painted in white letters on the on January 28 by a U, S. coast
port side, can be clearly seen, guard Northeast off Cuba.
The masts still stand up above The coast guard reported that
the water. The timbers, no doubt, | the vessel was apparently in no
are much swollen and they still difficulty. ‘
appear to be holding well to- The “Culver” gailed from
gether, Miami, Florida, with general
Just to the east of the “Potick” cargo for Port-au-Prince, Haiti,

in the cross berth lies the “Marion
Belle Wolfe”

or

on January 12,

which within the try is Barbados,

SPECIALISTS IN HIGH GRADE PROPERT

—————

REAL ESTATE AGENTS — AUCTIONEERS — SURVEYORS

Phone 4640 Plantations Building.

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Drink and Enjoy - - -

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e
JOHN D. TAYLOR & SONS LTD.



WE HAVE THE FOLLOWING MATERIALS
IN STOCK:

EVERITE SHEETS (in all sizes)
RIDGE CAPS (4 feet long)
FLAT SHEETS (4 ft. x 8 ft. x 3/16”)

COLORCRETE CEMENT (Red, Buff and White)
PORTLAND CEMENT

EXPANDED METAL (in all sizes)
oe et BAO) sie

GALVANISED SHEETS (in all sizes and Gauge)
RIDGE CAPS (18 inches) :

oF «Visit Us Now for Your Requirements * :

THE BARBADOS HARDWARE CO., UID.

THE HOUSE FOR BARGAINS
Nos. 33 & 52 Swan Street
: Phone 4406 or 2109 :-

”

”

WILLIAM FOGARTY. LD.

INC. IN BAG.

OUR STORE

WILL BE CLOSED
FOR THE

INTERCOLONIAL
CRICKET TOURNAMENT

AT 12 NOON

ON THE FOLLOWING DAYS:
9th, 13th, 14th, 16th, 20th
and 2lst February

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sat Mad rts ne fe ee || BALDOR

Footbal, Racing po Yachting, Boxing, ete. | YMPC. football team will] Intercolonial Amateur '

‘ ‘- —- ak RR ok a , we tertain H.M.S. Devonshire at) }

TF io aclpeenitinipisanatetiainchnanijvesnenn iti iin exe: ae reteset enemies tiatnasasaeaennaiatnnanentenntn ta mn | Beckles Road this afternoon. a4 > \ 1

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the ball dropping at least ten yards WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1950 ° F see these qe
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Rain which fell early to-day |
delayed the start for 36 minutes |
and again during the luncheon
interval for one hour and 20 min-
utes. Sonny Ramadhin, Trini-
dad’s slow right arm bowler was
impressive, taking four wickets
for 76 runs in 29 overs.

Kenny Trestrail took 3 for 20
in six overs but was assisted by
luck for the most part in that
the batsmen made simple mis-
takes.. Skipper Johnny Groves
and Rickards became associated
in a partnership to-day that add-
ed 103 for the third wicket before
Groves was caught in hooking a
very short one from Trestrail. He
was at the wicket for two hours
and nine minutes in scoring 38
while Rickards after a sound but
slow innings was dismissed for the
third time by Ramadhin but top-
scored for the third time with 71
after being three hours and nine
minutes at the wicket.

The end came quickly with the
dismissal of Groves, six wickets
tumbling with only 43 added to
the score.

With nine second innings bats-
men in hand Jamaica are still 153
runs behind Trinidad’s first in-
nings total. Jamaica faces a stern
fight to-morrow, the final day of
play, since Trinidad will surely
strive to force a win.

The Start

At 11.36 a.m. Groves eight and
Rickards 17 resumed Jamaica's
first innings that stood at 56 for
the loss of two wickets. Pierre
bowled first to Groves from the
farm end and Groves steered the
last ball of the over through slip
for two runs

Skipper Stollmeyer brought
Ramadhin on from the pavilion
end. Rickards drove the first ball
hard back past the bowler for
four runs and then took a single
to the left of cover off the next
ball.

Groves pulled the last ball of
the over, a short off-break and
Stollmeyer fielding close in the
leg trap was struck under the
heart. He seemed all right after
a good vigorous rub, The next
over from Pierre, Ramadhin mis-
fielded an on-drive, giving Rick-
atds two runs. The latter showed
his appreciation by off-driving the
next ball to the boundary. Groves,
in the next over from Ramadhin
square-cut hard for a brace. A
push to square leg for a single by
Rickards sent up Groves to face
Pierre’s next over and the latter
sent down a maiden over. Rick-
ards audaciously cut a bouncer
from Pierre high over the heads
of the slip fieldsmen for four and
then took a single with an on-drive
With the score at 86 for 2, Atkin-



son relieved Pierre at the farm
end. Groves cut the first ball
through slip for two runs and
played out the over. Atkinson

was getting some pace ana his de-
liveries just short or a length kept
Groves back on his wicket

Completing a double change
Ferguson took charge at the Pa-

vilion end. Ganteaume fielded
brilliantly with one hand to a
cover-drive off the last ball of

the over by Rickards, only allow-
ing him a single. Ferguson bowl-
ing to a packed off field kept the
batsmen quiet for a long time but
Rickards broke the spell with a
cut through the slip for four mak-
ing his individual total 47 and the
score 98,

Atkinson continued from the
north and Groves drove his first
squarish to deep point for a single
and off the third, Rickards glided
beautifully to the boundary to
g@nd up the first century and
reach his own 50.

100 Up

The side took 157 minutes to
reach three figures while Rickards
passed the half-century mark for
the third time of the tour taking
126 minutes to do so. Ferguson's
next added a single then Stoll-
meyer replaced Atkinson with
Ramadhin from the farm end

Bowling far more impressively
from the north the Indian openec
his spell with a maiden over. [
was a double change Gomez takin
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Ramadhin’s next added ten runs
with pulls to the legside. Groves
taking one, wicxarcs wo boun-
daries and a single.

Gomez also appeared to be in
for rough treatment when Groves
hoisted his first delivery hig
overhead for a near six, the ba!
dropping two yards short of the
rim but the over only yielded jive
runs.

Although the batsmen were sti!
pursuing a policy of punishment
they only succeeded in getting one
ff Ramadhin’s next over then
went back into the shell.

Gomez then pvowled a maiden
wer and Ramadhin conceded
ingle.

Another maiden over by Gomez
followed by two runs off
tamadhin. Gomez then conceded
two and the luncheon interval was
aken with the total at 130, Groves
Rickards 67, extras. 7. The
artnership was now seven short
7 the hundred. The side, was
till behind the clock, the 14(
aking 174 minutes to compile
rhe last over was bowled in 4
heavy drizzle which changed to a
dewnpour immediately the play-

; reached the pavilion

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Steady Bowling

The ground was still wet at 1.40

SONNY RAMADHIN
Claimed four for 76

After tea, Trestrail bowled slow
leg breaks from the Farm End to
Binns. Binns got into his wicket
and played defensively at the
sccond ball of the over. He missed
and was struck on the pad, and
ai appeal for leg before wicket
was allowed. Binns had only
scored a single, and five Jamaican

batsmen were now down for 143.
Iffla Out

Iffla, the next man in, took a

vicious swipe at the fourth ball

which took the edge and Guillen
took a simple catch at the wicket
to dismiss him for duck, giving
Trestrail his second wicket of the
over and three in two overs
Jamaica was now 143
Mudie partnered Bonitto

for 6.
and

pulled the first ball to square leg

for a single. Bonitto punished a

p.m. and play did not start until 3| full toss from Trestrail to the deep

p.m. Groves 31 and Rickards $7
resumed Jamaica's first innir
that stood at 130/2.

Nyron Asgarali was given his
irst spell with the ball from the
Jarm end and bowling medium
ast offbreaks sent down a maiden
ver to Groves. Gerry Gomez

ntinued from the farm end but
iow bowled over the wicket
ickards forced the fifth ball past
nid-on for a single and Groves
acing the last ball was beaten

\n appeal for catch at the wi ket |
was disallowed. The next
rom Asgarali, Trestrail
ff a magnificent field
saving a hard squarecut
tickards.

Asgarali sent down his second
consecutive maiden over from the
jarm end beating Rickards with
the last ball that moved towards
he slip. In the next over from
Gomez, Groves hada lucky escape.
He edged an outswinger from
Gomez but Jeffrey Stollmeyer at
second slip put a sitter down
Groves was then 32, Rickard
entered the seventies at thé
xxpense of Asgarali when he
yulled a short one hard to deep
quare leg for two but would have
got four runs if the outfield hax
act been so heavy. Gomez was
aow commanding great respect
from both batsmen bowling deet
offbreaks and he cleverly disguisec
his oulswingers.

Groves hooked Asgarali hard
he deep fine leg boundary
tamadhin relieved Gomez at the
vilion end and sent down a
maiden over to Rickards. Skippe
Stoellmeyer then made what prove
o be a fruitful change. Amid
»pplause he entrusted the ball t
Kenny Trestrail and Groves
,}oo0ked the first delivery, a rank
long hop hard and

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take a nice running cat |
nissing Groves fo 38 rhe

Jamaican captain had batt
esoluvely and comfortably during
1is stay at the wicket and with
Rickards put on 103 to the third
wicket. He had been at the crease
129 minutes

Neville Bonitto joined Rickards
and was early off the mark with
1 single from an off-drive. Bad
luck did not come singly for the
next over, Rurmadhin tossed up one
about leg and centre and Rickards
attempted to on-drive, the ball
rose and gave Jeffrey Stollmeys
a low catch at silly mid-on to
dismiss Jamaica’s star bat for 71
made in good style to-day although
he was very slow yesterday in
189 minutes and containing nine
boundaries.

This was the third time Rickards
passed the half-century and failed
to reach the coveted three figures
each occasion falling victim to the
newly discovered spinner

Tea interval followed — im-
mediately with the board reading
143,/4 Bonitto not out one, Binas
not out one, extras seven.

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fine leg boundary
Ganteaume.
Ramadhin bowled to Mudie from

which beat

the Pavilion End and the latter
drew applause by lifting a half
volley high over the long-on

boundary for the second six of the
game. One hundred and fifty went
up in 214 minutes. Mudie in the
next over was thrice beaten with
deep off-breaks from Ramadhin
The next over Ramadhin bowled
3onitto with cleverly flighted
off-break that beat’ him playing
back on his wicket

a

Jamaica had now lost seven
wickets for 163 runs, Bonitto’s
contribution being 8. Kentish

filled the breach and was promptly
beaten with the first ball he re-
ceived from Ramadhin but got
well behind the next ball, care-
fully playing it back to the bowl-
er. Mudie cover drove a full toss
wide of his off-stump from Tres-
trail hard to the boundary and
then followed this up by hooking
hard to the boundary. Atkinson
might have made this a catch but
the outfield was slippery and he
skidded

Ramadhin’s next over yielded a
single, but he obviously had both
batsmen completely in church,
missing the stumps narrowly on
two occasions

Ferguson took
Farm End from. Trestrail
Kentish drove his fifth
through the covers for four.
idhin’s first delivery of the next

over from

over Mudie cut and edged for
Stollmeyer at third slip to take a
“atch close to the turf.

The score was 178/8/22, Val-
ntine, next man in, was off the
mark immediately with a single
and followed up two balls later

with g lusty four to long-on.
Ferguson's next over, Kent-
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nd called for a run, forcing
Valentine to seamper down the
icket |} he was too late, the
Pri kipper throwing hard at
Guillen who gave Umpire Lee
Kow no difficulty in deciding he
was run out
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The Weather
TODAY
Sun Rises: 6.22 a.m,

Sun Sets: 6.05 p.m

Moon (Last Quarter) Febru-
ary 9.

Lighting: 6.50 p.m.

High Water: 8.08 a.m, 8.42
p.m,

YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington): Nil.
Total for Month to Yester-

day : .63 ins.
Temperature (Max.) 83.5° F.
Temperature (Min.) 70.0° FP.
Wird Direction (9 a.m.) E.
(3 pam.) E. by N.
Wind Veiocity : 10 miles per
hour.
Barometer (9 a.m.)
(3 p.m.) 29.880,

: 29.971.

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ball smashed Goodridge’s stumps
to close Jamaica's first innings at
204.

Kentish carried his bat for 13,
Goodridge getting 12. Jamaica
had batted 258 minutes, falling
169 runs short of the Trinidad
total. Hence they were unable to
avoid the follow-on which Skip-
per Stollmeyer enforced.

Trinidad took the field once
more at 5.08 p.m., Jamaica open-
ing with Thorbourn and Colin
Bonitto. Pierre, who bowled the
first ball from the Farm End wide
to’ Bonitto, had opened the first
innings with a no-ball.

He used four slips, one solitary
off-field and three men on the leg
side. The over was erratic, two
wides having been sent down, al-
though the batsmen scored no
runs.

womez oowled from ctne Pavil-
ion End. Thorbourn turned a late
inswinger through the four-man
leg trap down deep fine leg for
three and Bonitto, facing, execu-
ted a similar stroke for two. The
over yielded five runs. Thor-
bourn now faced Pierre from the
Farm End. The third delivery
was a no-ball and Thorbourn,
using his feet nicely, got it away
wide of mid-on for a brace.

The fifth ban of the over Pierre
struck Bonitto on the pad. An
appeal for leg before was up-
held by Umpire Le Kow but the
decision seemed unpopular, as
from the Press box which is ad-
mirably positioned to view play,
Bonitto appeared to have cleared
the stumps before having been
struck. Jamaica had Jost their first
wicket for 10 runs and Bonitto
had scored 2.

Neville Bonico joined Thor-
bourn and played out the over.
3onitto climaxed the day’s play
with an elegant cover drive off
the last ball of the day from Pierre
for four runs.

Jamaica’s second innings score
at close of play was 16 runs for
one wicket—Neville Bonitto 5 not
out; Thorbourn 6 not out.

TRINIDAD Ist Innings 3
JAMAICA Ist Innings 204
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¢. Bonitto stpd. Guillen b Ramadhin
Thorbourn b Pierre big .
Rickapds c S@tolimeyer b Ramadhin 7
Groves c Ganteaume b Trestrail 3a
N. Bonitto b Ramadhin 8
Binns L.b.w. b Trestrail 1
Ifa c Guillen b Trestraid! ; ‘
Mudie c¢ Stollmeyer b Ramadhin ?

Kentish not out 13
Valentine rum_out ....- 2
Goodridge b Pierre 2
Extras = ¢
Total 204

Fall of wickets: 1 for 10, 2 for
2 for 140, 4 for 142, 5 for 143, 6 for
7 for 163, 8 for 178, 9 for 184

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PACI KM I THE BARBADOS AD\OCATt WEDNESDAY UBItlygy BARBADOS^ ADVOCATE tr, 1 " f -1 rubUtfwd by Tha Advocate Co. L-fl **• B">d SI. Brldwlowi ItariiJiilos Museum And llisforiral Su-i k l> Wednesday, Fehniur> I ISM Be f leiSquare NOW thai the omnibuses plying on the various routes have been removed I the centre of Trafalgar Square and givi t. %  single stand in Probyn Street, it hi lieved the centre of the City ol congestion which it endured for the last twenty odd years. Many suggestions have been tna.i. as to what should be done with the Squaie and the opportunity has now com them, or at least some of them, to be put into practice. The first essential is the fixing ofo point in Trafalgar Square so that I moving to and from all parts of the City could revolve around some point. It is clear that this will call foe the m the Nelson Statue to tl point and the abandoning ol %  parkin taxi cabs. There could Q. on this score as the removal would roust.t necessary reform. With another block of Government buildings which i '00 the old Central Foundl would then approximate t" a Square worthy of a modern city. There could be no more appropriate place foi monument With lb Poet I I Iw i blocks of buildings housing government n ffl ccs tem ot oneway traffic through the northern the Public Buildin would IKthe the town. Tl„. lions would mean the Cent I There which woulci new traffic i The removal of 0 in create at othei '•"' l "' 1 as a result ol Incrwa remot it mav he thai not onlj will lxcaused but that Ihe Bridge which suffered damage In th. *sll In Augu be able to catry the increa *"•*• v "~ haul an.! tl tVb %  %  %  Institutad there will derh all parts of the city it if the I %  '"' '"' .,ol the opportunity at hand. Xmiual lit |MI I Of I litI oiinril To M Dec. I-'1 THE Council has pleasui. I Iron. Museums in Great nomin.-.t Bom ol ihis material -• %  the Board of on axhltm i <>r U ending 31st. December, 1949. bit I ulure Policy [HI COUNCIL A numb.; lt hoMInf• montblj Membership of the Council made to the Library by gift and ,, p | at ing a museum! was unchanged during 1949. purchase. obiect on special exhibition are MKMHEUSH11' The new Curator. Mr. Neville lo 'continue during 1950. Furthei At the beginning of 194i I H A .itrived In May, | WlurM Wlll iiso \# given during were 238 members on the roll; and assumed his duties shortly JJJJQ -jnc entrance gallery lcadand at the end of t( ifter. In accordance with the lQ (hfi ijb rtr y is to be rewere 241 members comprising: prevailing practice In Great arrangC( i i an a t he rc-labelhng of Founders 4 honorary Members 1. Britain, the name of Curator was (iallery completed. Ne MEMO ON SUGAR -MI Tata • l r's l "l i To All Engaged i" Du ga r Distribution V(,l (on tal link in the distribution! ing would do much to upset the intricate and :it mechanism which you have built up ;"ir distribution, we feel the foUowil ..iv he of interest to J Till srtlAK IMHSTKY The difference between the British Sugar Corporation and the Sugar Refiners must be borne In mind. The Corporation manufactures and refim• which ti in this country The Refiners, among horn Tata and l.yle Limited is the largest bcrs 24, Annual Mi to that ot Director. material" donated to UK Mi mnatlv imnortcd cane sugar. The Corbers 153, and Associate Members Tintanner practice of placw n| be pi^-cd on permanent exrefine mosllj import __ St^ !• %  • mitaaiim nti*M*t r*r\ anarlal ._ . •_— V 1 1_~ _. Tha following additions Membership LIFE MEMBERS rtsndd Lascelles. ANNUAL MEMBERS H. B. Bannlstci, 8. C. Connell. 0 ii Idwank P. O. I I ter. I W I H m. M. D. H Hammond, S. R Hunte, L C. Hutchinson, Dr. A. C. Kirl % %  „. A ( %  ]. D V -immn. M A Pll 8. B w Fftranch-StehtUrr, B. Vaughn. IJHOflatl MPIHIHIS B, A. Clark. Q, s Ihiwklns, Miss D. Inbaraon, and Mrs. G. The Council is anxious U) In. : at least 500. Members lo encourage their friends to join the B Sm-irl> s Headquarters During the yaa L to I thr Jubilee Gallery and the %  block tin i so that the Bodtta need occupy much needed om. The room lo the Weal ol Ifca i tod mil i Into "p ( s j %  %  .... aj u result of %  lion. J. D. O %  V. M. Shllstone gencrtmslv pa pair of gates. A %  ,i D Ci and Mr. D M Hanachell wai and the planting ol I %  ment of A ii begun, as a gift l iir i"i".'i *.!. ... K> ^n ^ placed on permancni *-*" _.rn11 ing a museum object on special h, bl t lon I porttion is subsidised and Ircasury comronto continue lo p..;s.nt th. , Rcfmers arc not subsidised and have i*h Commonwealth by photo' ,_.___^„^ -* I biUon was resumed. This made during has created much interest in the %  um S3K taSTSTtt bee" m P' o! frec entcr| &0%„l ASST III IN/ BABI IOODS ( BEAM OT WHEAT SMALL I. O. I. CLEANSER OIOV\ \M For TO-DAT Cast ollivt{|ll Lsuili, .... 22 CTOKES During the year the Society al Member of UM Museum's Association. n ly received a subventton of £100 from the British Council. The Cf.mmlttee on Information Officer. West Indies Attendance During lyirl 0 I visitors to I Bntl 58(l visitors to the Exhibition hrl.i by the Barbados Arts and Crafts i o r itih RiMF during AUKI. U by Bve other firms and the Bntisn auar its best MONOPOLY" Tate and Lyle handle 53'. of the suR;ir consumed in Britain. The remainder is carried t.iblished to1948 no complete record of VisCorporation .There is nothing to prevent other and of the year. The itors was kept; the record began „„_„-„. „„,„:_„ ,,,„ InHiMtrv and there Hon. Secretary, tha Hon. Libralat August 1948. Butw* (l inius entering the in anu etarj — — — %  i tha lli"i Editor have. August 1948 and 31st December j s no price rinR. ""'"' !" mbe •" *• jfts^-STitn 1 •" p ro;ecicd b> \ ,h L?''";''v:;;;, s '„„. s,K.ndine period In of the Suear (ReorRanizatton) Act of 19.1b, 1 Commltte The Museum is now open from 10 a.m.—6 p.m. daily, and on from ^.30 p.m.—6 p.m. Since the beginning of Nov.n,ly has been a tree day. Inhibitions and Lectures An Exhibition of N.nil paperweights. Bai :>ados Art* the Museum during August. In o,. OB runwr. Wool Cotton and Pap* 1 er, Ihe small Exhibition ^.ach we* iiiir*trt i>-aim atripi oSSS opaMd with a loan g -•-;;;. J ;f„"","'.'„ ol painnnga. This was ^pi^ wni .i,riiii riuidr*>n .'i 1949. C'hildrins Muacurn TheChlMrtB't Muanani had • ,1 yon >% i.i. j>m H K on \ t Mexico." and I J knew 1914-1948." imiiday* Hr M Ralph Cro Mr. John Hai rison. Othat rVctivitaM Thf Barbados Philatelic Sontlnuai to hold Meetings The in honB .ibados %  I KU'iu i '"Arta a'd i thus forming • %  link with these Societies. The S'H-u'tv was represented on a %  i-meiiy encloaad 0 f Cultural Soclettai tha Fountain Gardens, Bridgew hlch wai received by tha Acttown Tha railings are to I |uaatlon ol front of tha Huaaum M ,. .,,. ..nines of QuaatVl Park. Museum JIHI l-ilrar> of tha Among the outstanding gift t of Extra Mural %  crier* that th* ram i.vvii %  tntlMrl I Mtwd u>-|rrturr api>r.iid Uiarliyr "t %  .. Nf.irvh, 1091 thr <*rUldTO-V M.i*rui id ctaaaw for *rt-" %  %  '. %  S.'.-,%' r r ','S.'.','SSSSS,'*','.*.".%'.-.%-.',WSS. i Mm Hit 1(11 us \i hwrlrrl.v nui mt. w tl i i n>,r aII %  m Al IIITOMN UM ... •-. v id %  >< Jna 1 HkS llurhadus >liisriini IN its qini-t and um sum & Historical So continui-s to Bll a alandcultun by Hi.heirs "( tha lata IV "But if Ihe work continues quietlj there areaull tho who reco the Museum dui the Exhibition ol Ihi Art BSt Aooordlni toll Rap I IheSociet) there> """' tl *' M,M11 ''•' An institui. munit; support ths now I .., and uutstanoa on culture its limited to the wi ol tha lisl will BUtem an m.' •'"" hl1 ""''' . tinplanIn win. ..f dv II quisition l> berslnp in II Hietorical Society. 1949 wu I colloction of glass .sns recently l.-rnu-.l. holdf it lldant. Hie Hon. Socn la I Hi I. II tl a DUs. IOC have \vn ..| mbart f th.Coin* ~" ^SSSSSi KS iinp glass prints, and 1 . *.„-i..,. n.,.. Audiwr. n--. %  %  i [Hoi Been tai i m iw (5>ii41 ii >lan Gives A ( .II |M I To The Hollar Export Drive Welfare schemes Include:— Marriage grants. %  Sick pa] Long service grants. Pensions schemes. Ex-gratia pensions. And other bonu We have not had .1 itrik : 1*26, HKHlll NtV There is tJ.OOO Vrorth orker. Last year we exported 10,000 tons ol ion 2 Ins. by 6 ft. i 3^ ,,( 0 ur output) vs r 17 000 000 ji rafoweraabM ,,n unitaaging oi.-. fc Vr !" J„ ,, ,,„,..„.,,,,,. lhl .,., pet „r I..-...vn lo which Hei • I 1 ''" "" ~' II,, M.^, • %  s ,-., 1 .um,. the Ana] louchai Its one of our technol irprt on whlcl ''" i" 1 "" ll uia carpi I.MI'lltl 1)1 \ I IHI'MKNT Ml hi :,,.,.. oolrey to help the G01 i.-,.,.,1 School ol Needlework must be a great aaerl ,,,",, .„.,„ ,i„oriflnaU, r , I %  .i.iien. but her action 1which can be made available to 1 sign..: i" ki-.-i.nK with her whole life To. this end we I. "".I WI,-,, 0„.n Marv dceiil. %  '^ modern esl.it.and l... .,-,i,w„usk in J.,,, 1 craftama E 2.000.000 ol private Capital and whii dirt that ti„proceeds might i„ „„.„ plrad 1U lfl ...1..the ei.untrv $4,000,000 a veai %  ; ter is the lov. .. „., e SURa r. Othei I ihe .-haiiues in which rttry, even Ii irry over unsol 11 sj to irpat Is that tu ult %  „ me crop to the next. The Empire will Exchequer, her_ view being.that home h iulcl „ Mmt public, "^.5^5 -llUno market I.e.up from recommendations Greene Committee, Cane sugar refiners offer the British houscWife and manufacturer the cheapest and finest sucar in Ihe world. We are not on the lisl for investigation by the Monopolies Commission. PROFITS In the financial year 1947-48 our turnover 78,500,000. Of this figure net individuals were only 0.7 %  1938 we have ploughed back £7,000,000 to make British sugar refining lhl efficient In the world. SHAREHOLDERS Tate and Lyle have 17.01 efficient this Companj to the Industrial Market. Dr. Edith Sumrncrskill h %  • m, subsidy whatsoever. Apart from i :...! DOMESTIC I which goes to the housewife as in the CS I I other foods—the onrj ; to tin ;, farmers I I i.Aiiin u 1:11. ATIONS ; ; I er cent, of our employees h.v I ;, with us 1 I Is j 5V4d, | HI,,,. th e all male weekh ;. workers is about AT. All our en | I al least a fortnight's holiday With I £65.000 was spent Ican enjoy an Ud. dinner (meat, two veg. and Todays SfuM SOUTH AFRICAN i RAIN, QRl IWING MASH. I.A'. I per lb TABLE MAI er 1 MACONOClllE'S KIDNEY SOUP—per tin KRAFT MACARONI sCHEESE per tin NORWEGIAN SARDINES per tin NOHUKClAN KII'I'EK HERRINOS PAREX pel 'in I'M I I HORPES SAl S ICES—per -n Rill • -entrain ll.inisli Ihlrk Hrotk One tin Vni| J0-2J o..i. si.!; STANSFELD. SCOTT & CO.. LTD. the I ork an .ipft> Of the Kill.„, art m whkh I H wai pr> lendvd as a ro) %  manahip and hlatork H,I.U-I ajnoni ti.. 11 wtnoeor i on "groi point" nc " Wrd| and slowaw In tradltii i on i tMiji back which the \ ties which to the Mi detriment ..t employee coi un i ..like. Our Dry Goods Department willbi closed for the Intercolonial Cridi Tournament at 11.30 a.m. on thel lowing days:— Thursday 9th February Tuesday 14th February Thursday 16th February Tuesday 21st February And on Monday 13th and Mond 20th February at 11.30 a.m. if P*l DA COSTA & CO.. LTDOl II III AIIKIIJ* KAY: The Staff Ol* The liilliui bt'iir\.that, kl real ha: Az librai'. tha i '• and ' %  %  Inf. A' %  v %  %  I %  %  %  %  %  m.imn %  aiM the K kOJ work is i I • M out of i arork in empto) %  iiccro is sill —It is regrvttablp that it %  oat *ix month* and nothing has bat %  %  I iring the n. that those per>i i ID %  %  % % %  Will stop ID %  member II %  %  .iugh the :>atc takes %  HAMS ii. lins 21b— 51b— 71b.lllll. BOLOGNA SAUSAGES S.M.AMI SAl's PAI.ETHORPE SAIM Frankfurter SAUSAGES V!r.\\\ HAI COCK: ,ES LUNCHEON BUT in tins IBIIT M'HICOTS I iHS r i ICBW j B % 



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T ||S lliW. I EIMBJAW 8. 1950 %  Hi CLASSIFIED ADS. THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE GOVERNMENT NOTICES PAGE DIED FOR BENT HOUSES ; VHPA I STOXYNB UfjTiuid Miff** 1 *>'"l rt-ATa hair turnlihad with .iDEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION ^^JhTM B^roona. Drawlna and are invited from teachers With a: least .1. rxpenence lor the Headships o( the following years teaching schools.— SI. SilasGirls' School. St. Jwnw_Gr.de I. St. Clement', Boys' School, St. Lucy-Grade 1 tlflMle A ff r k U ^ m t """" n i qu.Unc.tlon requited it the Corticate A of the Department or exempUon therefrom. Head Tcact£ "'I, '" ac !" rd '"""> '••" Government Seal* for Head Teachers in Elementary Schools. form wrdeTrntvl *t" U """ tC %  **•* on the appropriate .!?:?. TL 1 *. Um !" *> "> " ^Pa'tmen, of Education AH SHIPPING NOTICES %  — -^-mii If** Wyvern ill h.p --£- 'uwrulSilver Klnt. %  cn ,r--.(_ in pw and In ter••iLVco.. Ltd m.i ra cAfUUCR CYCLES-Alar. l,i. and Ladl" Spr*. Aulo P Tox TrrnrI x v I 0 H 7S0-3n rjfTPtCAL "UDWT0R~ <7> •>*? %  .. P" !" ?' K _, Bifl-,1*-MOttd Baupwd M %  571 prate siaernaror 400 230 volt iiki* in ever* ioma* 1.1 3o-* ^r !" ' **!*£ t;i,lamiU.M ru, I'nim tAUM AUCTION < n>iph Beam wood Alley. jpen InMiMcllomi ice Com pan * rBbrum->loin %  -%  Call and rtaa. Auction Woo m .. „" %  in. lo 12 Dailv. 53.50—3n.. %  SCEUANLOUS ( iilErs-Anirrican Ladles, %  -anvfi-ll"c. teen. The Novelty f.„ Itr-ad Street 7 2.30—311. TUf* AND CAIl BATTKHieS—15 B rtvc Au Tyre Co TTaia'i flOCXS-Wariaie( Inne* has a small mdnMra cocktail yid (Liit jrrlvfd from londoai • an morning umrXr,. ItMnaAo FW 8. Mayfalr OUl r( .VqxiiitClub. 7.J so-*n mr-*eUvr> Boat 1 1L Newly Bufll i-rj i: M JohfiHtn. Koilin*' Land. MM ItJ ot C o FlUnry Offleer 7 | '.I % %  reemved from h, 1 will *t|| on ri. VINCENT GHIITITH. Auctlotirrr •* S0-3n. Wednertay. 15th February. 1930. 31st January. ]50. uf Education by %  p ".\ > _*? "' %  '"-'•wept c*n aad • MMnnn for Dnnn Thurlav th FVbruary Tr\e Schooner -itmuh" M ||| Carfja and PMBTI i • >i .ind TVwioaa wiiuw Thur-i.v th Frtw-*n .-ooner Mary %  Caroline will iceeiTt Cacao and PaaMrtam (or Dominica MlllnC >1d* lh FMtruary. %  Nooner -Lady Noeleen DCM ^ro aiu) ('. (or Dommini -..thru; FYidar 10U I ,i.ni. T--. Th* M V mm Cartbbe*" will arnd Paa. hi CAR II, ilruciiiw. R AHcitrat McKZNzrc Auctioneer. T.rso-ta REAL ESTATE -*I i"P (or >ale by public comocuiioi. at sa-fvfjw-ati&str*^ ^.^ T.S.S0—*n. Vacant Pot of Auiitant Mistrew. a ir iy H igh School St. Vincent. %  he GirTs-miT^T ; n Sr M ,Mr "" posl ' m ABis """ Mlstrefor me uirls Hlfh School. ST. VINCENT. B W 1 VH^' y ^\" K P,>! "• Whlch ,s ^"'"""b'e. is as follows:_ Graduate Scale .. .. ,,. 032 rislng DJr annu>1 incr6menls Non-gr.du.te Sc^e .. t* '"" "" "7" r • ..••' "* bv anrlu al increments I -A .'M 0 MS lo J720 (or $60—dependent h. <,J-I.. tIK !" academic qualification). eta from $,09.20 per annum on a salary of $480 pa. I. ^r^uSSs^tsr ini the Iltnw""""! W '" "* t "> u "y I" the llrst instance, and ^er a r n y rrsTvt COnarmCd '" "" ^'"'^ ~ ab -*| eJ h f. G "' 5 H 8h Scno01 is inner the control of the GoN.rtmui%  taL-4 ,nd teacher, on Ils SlalI ,_ lhe 12?—^ | -am** to St. Vincent to trte up appointment is provided. *J£ Phcatl " S W,lh d0,a,ls of *ucntion. quaUftcaUoiw. Igl ind !SrrT' ( ? nd C pieS f n0t more ,han thr, '<' tc-timnnials should b. M ?h Sr'n 0 1 Sccre,arv Government Office. St. Vnu.nl. not later than 28th February, 1950. \rvi. AnUfua. -erral. Uomintca %  M r-7,-,. .„„i | St Uaru. M Vincent, (JcwtadAruba Date of aaiuns ,n l>r II W I SCHOONER 01 ASSOCIATION %  1 %  ADVERTISE EVENING ADVOCATE Pabllshetl evtrr Mna*j wits an lacreaslmt ctrrSaaUon eery week. HARRISON LINE OI'TWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGIH>M i L. Schooner Manuala. Si ... Set) Mi M Ben* Wolta. <1i %  ille U. Smith. Sc" Sch Irlicia Monica. Sen r.incline. Sc^ rrwdMB Flear>. Sc f'rancca W. Smith, Cycloiama. Sch 1-ady Novlcen. Scboorifi 7>niUv MV Rlu* Star, Sch it On*.-. Sch Philip II Davidaon. Sch. Timothy A It VamliK'Tnan M.U.S. _. m Grenada. Royal Navy it-iprtae S." 64 lona n^t, C P' Mcfl • [U(1 Aala: I'I i M 11 n Schooner "Laudalpha" M lona net, Ca~ '" ,n <• %  Lucia AlcnfBehoomr Owner*' Aaaoc.allon. R M-I'SMA\' SS. "T111RLBY" ,S.S. TACTICIAN IIII'M W Mil Veel. SS %  I'llILOSOI'lIER" Qlaaam Liverpool London Liverpool FOR IMTKD KINGDOM. Leaves :8th J.m 28th Jan. 1st Feb. 17th Feb. Due Ttarbado* Uth Fell. 12th Feb. tAHS liJion Yam.. IVicc S3 00 pn %  M DcUrr(a Applr Marnier. Nells, I ?T^s* lJ "er>G5- to Ik .. L hrtai ft Co. Ltd. B.1S.W— tXD. UL "niiKS w DUJ in) Q. W Klitclilnaon. *!> %  > Vila On SHARES. -300 'Preference ll RAP fSS 09 *?"!.?^ 0 TRXDING CO d.-ndi will be act up f or -te bv b k COmpeUUM. -t our office. Jame. Streel! m Friday 10th mutant a| rwood At Iloyce. Solicilot., 7 l.ftft-4n nStSTuHPiS M|u r "^Und at Top Rock Hill Chtlat Church, cnBimdln ^ T 1 "^' vWw ' lh • ro *** Iror MtaJi? h, i ,0 i?* "oc"*"* Apply R s Nleholli , Co. Roebuck SI Hridawt..*. 8Q*r"w 4 2 %  %  .,„ BISHOPS HIGH SCHOOL TOBAGO Applications are invited for :— la) CUssical Master (preferably honours degree) capable o; teaching Latin and English to Higher Ccrtuirate standard, lb) Science Mister capable of tcching Chemistry. Physics am. Uiology up to Higher Ccrtincale standard. Salary in each case $2,160 — $2,880 per annum. Apply to Archdeacon F. J. STREETLY. B.A., Scarborough. Tobago 27.1.SO I'.'n I'I IILH NOTICES I LOST A MM .Ml IVAK1ZED SHEETS--Real Grade. m M. ihaeU. from II OB and $2 M. •T .rA. BARNIls \ r., t.i) xtnns hu Store I hone 3 2 SOMn by BOYS PYJAMAS from S3 I I MJ4h aOW-S SHOES fron^iTio I I '* 14;-. JWAIJTY KHAKI Tic ft He IW Rojal Store 3 2 50Mi % %  rJlWl of erare description r.laaa. i B-* Jewel*, one Silver, Wales•"IT hoaki. Unna Atilnrraph*. to ff~ t.w.n %  and will i. luanuty u*ad to the 7.S.M--2n OIJJVIBRRE RURKE. Mellowea Plantatloit. St Joaeph. 1 he public are hereby warned aaaina •.."In* credit to any ratm or *P.ii. v homaoexer in my name aa I do not .^ld myaelf iwasponalble (or anyone contr-cllnaT any debt or debt* in my name uiiieaa by a written <*rster *i(ned bj mi Slamed HUMHEJCT HOU>ER. Saber. Lane. at. aUchael .52n HTact, p. %  % %  -uiUble h mm H Piwyeaat A 8 2 SO—3n %  n. i in... Tim %  % %  Emporluni '.'. v> 3n *-;... ftirc-brcd Whitr birds r>' each. Dial 3437 *vYren •gensT i n Oayliu. Gue*t lute. 1.1.1 %  ( | Jno To PLBC-ASB r?.. ,B - Acre* ,, %  dnion of house Box :. 2 -^ i,t "•tale Co %  Tt^iT'j *"'*! With SOOd %  —_**. OOJDd I'O F11; %  a^TB* Pon Apply OFFICIAL NOTICE MA 1(11 A I). IS IN THE ASSISTANT (Ol BT Of APPEAL lEqultable JuriMi, KENNETH CLH-'FORU BROWNE BYRON WILLIAM DURA NT ARCHER . Defenaaal IN pursuance o( an Order In thU Court In the above action made on the Mh day o( January. ltM, I give notice to all person* having any eilate, naht or InUt e*l in or any lien or incumbrance alTet'tlai All thai rcrtam piece or parcel of land situate at Crab Hill In the pariah ol Saint Lucy in this Island cuntalnma; by admeasurement three rood* twenty one P*i.ii*i ur I hereabouts abutting and bounding on land* ol B. Sklmici CsairfcM Bi.ime*. M. Greaves. H, Griffllh. 11. Orimth. O. Armatroni. Juhn Uriditii and on the public road or however else the same may abut and bound, to brinebefore me an account of their said claim* with their witness-*, document* and voucher*, to be examined by me on any Tuesday, or Friday between the hour* ol 11 inoonl and I t 1 o'clock in the afternoon, at the Office ol the Clerk of the AMI. tan t Court ol Appeal at the Court Houae Bridgetown. before lhe 15th day o( March. 1850. in order thai such claim* may be ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respectively; otherwise such per%  OBi will be precluded from the benefit of Ihejiald Decree, and be deprived of all claim nn or again*! the said property. Claimants are also notified that they must attend th* *ald Court on Wednesday the 15th day nf March. I960, al 10 o'clock a.m. when their said claims will he ranked. lOf my hand this 5th day ol* Je-iuary, 1950. L V. OILKE8. Ag. 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Mr. Mr IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION Oaaig ..„., .rc.,,, ovi* that (hay can ..... >iln lhe itutowing .hi,>. uoM Station:D-Ani We-i iiHti-ti 1 M snt 1 mm oonmasnicaiit • a ov^ii ;', S S Teakwood, S S MagtuWaiie*. S.S. s s San \ B B guiimee. S.H Argesuine, S S %  jyd* Moller, S S Panama. S | Una I'-trtot. ci.iir.^e.. ss V as.a p e jfc Dooriawn, ss Bnsnrwhik I.T s s llrr.i.l, L—, aaaal | llresioii SLir, S 8 la Se CnUt %  %  Vsaat • "IUIIMLI. a a ASna*. ISJBS H Non* Mountam, S S Murtna SS Empu-r OaesaTway. St 8. ainuliaii National Slcaiiisiii|>SAIl B MONTREAL Arrive* a do. EAItKLNG Reward .llei,., or long cui Steel Earring Yacht Club and Crane Phone 1 3.10-1 ( n NO I ICE PABIStl Ai'iiJ.t.tt.t.,.. F Hl'i-i (HI *UM iccompanled by Bapusmai Certiikalea. will be received at Btl omce up to 3 p.m. on Friday, luti. Frbruary. 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Gammans Tells U.K. Voters
(Advocate Correspondent)
LONDON, Feb. 7
ME. GAMMANS, who is being talked of as the

next Conservative Colonial Secretary, spoke
last night of the danger threatening the Colonial

Februar?

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jor Blanket Covers Middle Hast



JERUSALEM, Feb. 7.
peen called out to help people in Homs,
. {0 repel attacks by eee wolves, according to
Fm aching Jerusalem. The temperature in this part

fe East “winter blanket” is fifteen degrees

Fe i ie « Reports from



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ths GHANA wan igclete Empire in the Far East, Africa and the West
UF. tg eo Uae Indies.
; | ‘eaffie and wire’ communica- ° ee : Addressing his constituents in North London, Mr.
tions with the rest of the country = . NEW She ib eae Gammans, who visited Barbados in 1948, said that the elect-
inted lare. interrupted. Walls of the THE NEW BUS STAND in Probyn Street, to which buses were *— ors of Britain had more than just themselves to consider.

Ap l Holy Place } Old City } e r . recently moved from Trafalear Square are. br : ; : : f a wheres + ile
Hi ly ae in the Ok oe 6s z It: li ‘ They should ask themselves which Party could give them

collapsed with the weight of the} d WO a an | Kk § b at a p vhonner »

AW. Head killed A | « . Ca me more food and cheaper housesy

See en eae ; a
Ue poner erret een Arab re —9i But they should also consider,



Ss, accordin » Jordan radio. T ~ . } + and
ds of tents in Arab refugee roopships C il V ] R : under ‘whigh Government an

1 20 Prime Minister s thing would

PORE eRe §PAeVS Cok A it ounce otes $ 2.000 ecognise R Sia om done to een: then ‘aes vee
‘ 1peratures have dr N ¢ O d us Communism in Asia, prevent
eae teen anee | £ y ar r er ES a 1 from being overrun, and

V Sota
ees Ci ligrade an
the (ahperatuce is | ROME, Feb. 7 For Oil Expert LONDGN, Feb. 7. C 7 Be restore unity in the Brit ish Com-
Cl today an e

okansh} monwealth, which the Colombo
Beirut The Italian Government to- : 7



4 State
ary of St
Phas appointed Mr. Ci
MG, Ass _
bv of State, Colc
Comptroller for D
og Welfare and Brit
B of the Caribbean C

















British Cabinet



C eens had failed to do.













1 rc T ar Th ° ‘ ‘ .
in succession to Majo own pr ’ t. battled against. Leftwin THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCI d $12.00t | decided to recognise the three e are still great imper-
communications with : ‘ t } “hiy tat : ' a a &
Sir Hubert AMC ¢ Reena en ae are tae Hh wd. a 0 opposed ta senains for the Government to proceed wit th out - del y in gettir 0 Chinese States of Vietnam, pow he said, “we must
a Dan 4s are cul Port installa- elic . " alile 41 : A Pe “a a é , . cfonn . . :
¢.,G.B-E C.B. ee a See as 2 ne ve been | talian troops to Somaliland to he services of an oil expert or oil experts to ad\ o J ith mt a oh AS associate consider nel only “stomach poli-
Mae tions ar rey d ) hav peen | take over fr } see tt GUVist : within the ench ion e? » 1. wee

5 His Majesty the | heavily damaged at Beirut and e over from the British. drafting of regulations and the granting of licences unde lt n official a nt, the 4 US (0: hich at tk ore
- : Te Sardis nmunications be- | ‘ 5 2 , : eure “ag _—s \, rs whieh threaten the Col-
King has been Tripoli. ria communications be The Senate debate on the Bill the F etroleum Act. Foreign Office said that messages ar . - oe Nae Le sane S nae
# : tween Bagdad and Damascus are lread) ‘ ved 1 the Cham- -—4 ‘fhe Addendum to the Re announcing the re 7 . oe ’ oes :
leased to ap-| ‘ . B : Ee teri ts ady approv yy the 1am 1e J ndu to the Resolu j wing the recognition had a — a in also in the Far t, and even

p cut, 40 Iraquis are snow ber of Deputies, allowing 3,000 | tion explained that it is consicere,}| been sent to Bao Dai’s Vietnam nm NEW YORK, Feb. 7. 1 th . Ww st Indies

prove the promo= | hound In ne snow was The “New York Times”, re-| = ™ - oe



men and offici:



s to leave for the b de e k [ wale ly that ine total cost wal,}| Governmen ind t e other Ss er
rmer Italian Atvican colony Bar ados ric et exceed $20,000 é furti States viewing the proposals by _ the (By Cable).
to be a Knight —Renter | Was @x] e ad ntinue far into | provision will be 1 eas The official tement said: *™erican Federation of Scien- e
Commander of oes ea Ae , ape . eG ; for International Control of

he Most Distin- the night. Team Sele hee Estimate f Uppic a ea tweert the} se Atem® an roge 8 sy :
oe ['wo troopships with 1,000 men cled nentary estimate of $12,000 wa: | rene! ( he States \tom and Hydrogen bombs, Anti-Aircraft

tion of Mr. Seel falling in the. Tiberia area.















































ofl . e
guished Order of | D ré | HE t | Vietr ; doubted whether the Soviet Un
St. Michael and | eva ua 10n hs re ais ve anding. “by at THE Barbados team to submit er ee : , ‘ ; : er : n could be trusted to honou | D é ’ r
St. George. Mz | > en wr + ae he senate meet British Guiane in {i wr Ps seccgame tee Gc rn 1 ; oe aries agreement What reasons eyence For jeokte
i ution ti the Conterence rae opening ci cket mate } The Acting Colonial Secretar ; oe ais : at have we to believe that in this
is »s in the We ail eee whe ved tnat the nee uneone . ee tal-ar if 80 4 i ;
on “eri A Reuter. merrow at Kensington was boa Beh 4 on n ed a oun tend recognition to th Stat tal area, where good faith is so f fomic Orks
this ae 4 x YY announced yesterday. Itis: che Monts fa ae a nei * : i I . . ale portant, an agreement wit! a ss ; ]
ys Fr a6 ok S in ar ya OSs vi J. D. Goddard (Capt.), be A CHEOSSUM ... AoC weiten @! cordance: v the , sia would be wortnm the pa-| WASHINGTON, Feb, 7.
ric Seel a : . . . ~ -ecent! passe yvide fr the | . . +
" Picker, 1895, : i ju- | 0 Paris Court Atkinson, Frank King, 1 recently passed, provide } méntioned above r on which it is written, The \nti-aircraft. defences are be-
ee Lucas, N. Marshall, R. M | gral { licesse 1) A ia e1 { ne Soviet Gover pplied to Atomic works and
ee eat ne Pe i | sucas, - shall, . Mar- é The Secretary ; , pe aid, the Soviet Govern upplied to Atomic works and
i Bee chris Co ele oe KINGSTO i J’ Fx 6. | te Fi shall, C. Taylor, C. Wa jou oil by pri e Cor ; : en as broken one promise| other vital points throughout the
, pee “oe? | \ conference of the representa- du ru E. Weekes, C. B. Willis | 1@S, t before \ct | . ; nother in its dealings with | Unit Ss ms soon as accom-
“nl os, a } tis f the British West Indies | e ces t e G. Wood. | brou into Operation § it | : if; STI _ , é easiiein sinee the: aa The} dnoda ii an be peewidied for
ant = during 1 1 ; i : laie : a
: 4a ll a ics | \ rac ext | et i Emergency fieldsman : W. necessary that Government sh¢ Government. in United K et Government is a totali- | the men who man the guns, it was
War in Gallipo ) discuss tt ects of| PARIS, Feb. 7. ip rete tare ea fant ; nited K rin! pemine: dedieated: 46 the| learned. here to«da
pine, and in 1922 | | The Paris Appeal Court. to-day as . " ‘ make ip it une ana th e-] Y ‘ Stat of V | 1 regime dedicatec 0 re t ere tO-ché y
an Assistant Pri ral | _ Saran | fe cA tt na bol ' ‘of rae oadeh be serene’ fer { cisi Bhowld, be Wake ' ; I i hievement of a world Commu- \t Sandia, New Mexico, where
hi Ministry in London. He | oy rhe} 0: ¥ 0 f ae ‘ti . r one x 9, 10, 11, 13, and 14 February. || exactly what licenses should 1A te ' i t Order and to the proposition e Atomic Bomb Assembly Plant
) vone - { id | 150,000 ranes or damages ; ' ‘ me s . , be m1 ' .
i to the Colon Iffice GHEY, OL. © er Nia tee eae’ last Aosilit oyiek granted, or rather, as to the term| Uni ccordance’ wit! in the pursuit of this su- already a uwmy base, ai
er £100,000 from the; @V 1eqa 1as Apr oO ictor be 1e objective, the } is . defence is now provided o
" I under which licenses -w kc b | . m jective, the enc ustifies 1€ € W proy nia
pan in 1929 \ } iv t, | Kravehenk autho: f ¢ Anti- whi cense WO r € w1 | oe
j a { Ji 1 sugar to ¢ Wravenenko, author of an nth intel | 1040 (Reuter.) twenty-four hour basis by armed
gto the Parliamentary | | e devaluation, sus Soviet best-seller, against the R v8 Th . . granted | ch 8, 1949, at eco ; jet fighters ,
pretary of State for the ns x sry loa nainiiat ie “To ‘ ; ussia reatens The Addendum to the Resolu-| Government of H Majesty Bao|l onthiencip insulins , ~~ ae
” Ds cate a i sal (Can. Press.) | Communist weekly “Les Lettres Ant ice : . Ik
Mr. William Lunn. M « re rep PVeany Eres : " . r tion whict ve iow befor I ) Anti-aircraft guns are to be
> a al ‘ U which was now vefore the

Francais,” big itomic

’ luring : ra r ¥ Xe ‘ 7 snihin i ‘ ¥ order to elt ia r ™ mounted neat the
Dee Principal at Tr te The court held that the dam- Walk-Out Of U.N. Council Suggested that it. might | : aes ter to mark the inere [wo U ~ plant. at. Handford, Washington,
























lending A: to the C ]
i Colo the United Nations Economie and] °° ‘t%¢ “ounch.

ice 1 ‘ ¢ é y
me wnat year became: | aa I i | Lie Draws For | socia Council, it the Nationalist No Lawyer Required

bnt Under Secretar { d

+ ( ) e dispute} | Chinese representative was not op the i a ;

Seel was Secretary of , 1 * rom the words used in the oO 1h t| en ee Sa
ia-Ny ne oyal sey 1950 Da vis Cup | eemeeryees errs = iain «viet | St Sentence, ‘expert advice i Sis” ei oat tl ee r ys
fin of 1938-: saat ion han without | C |} Mr. Semyon og wees necessary in connection with the nec 0 HRevratiats.; Wieser Pee ? ae aE rin Bevan ; frequently heck-

F p | ne thi e without! | Union, repeated the charge that) grafting of regulations. and the f $ Ai 1 emndiineh. anh? ae hen
th f i | } : ‘ya in, All ae te ; . me ‘ he Di , es satercs ed and interrupted when he ad-
° , | , ; | ompetilion the present Chinese delegate only granting of licences under thx - 2 IC . n ncmtnanna ee dressed a meeting of about 1,600
j ' I ( nie “ > ang | ; 1 é .s € 2e - al g i ’
ir Directors | : NEW YORK, Feb. 7 represented the Kuomintang | petroleuin Act 1950,’ there seem:

aa to-day threatened to walk out of Reu



h } ges originally awarded were not only be a question of obtaining one | ! nee, which in) these cir ome is soon as troo ,
ane : ne s 5 | y , . i si Sa 1 br : as as p quarters are
say. ne i _ at onded is Lue ia W orket S | justified by. the harm suffered by Economie Council ) individual to come and give ad- en ‘ vil ach to Hi ~ Z built.
y. a eee | | Kravehenko. in view of the in- 4 i. to the rete om the! ° ia my eee arn Submarines The Tennesse Atomic Works
Ske ae RD) oy » Adams. _|creased sales. of Sisboo through diel . 7 drafting of ‘the regulaticysp and | “7 Sei, has. peem. decided i will also be given anti-aircraft
Bitry of Supy (agg ot Neminale Adams |"hubli¢ity given’ to the case in the The a Pen song me “ttsofdr as’ the wording ‘of»the - c. Mr. Erank ment Sh 1 : Redes. 8
0 ee os ae 5 | world Press.—(Reuter,) 5 slovakia | *adendum conveyed that impres- PESSOPS | ACR apa i I NAN t 3 —Reuter.
He was promote i to he | FOR 7 RIBUNAL by Poland and Czechoslovakia sion, he would like to apologise { he pe ma Or a 10ns ne
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WASHINGTON, Feb, 7 :
The United States Navy has Bevan Interrupted

dered two submarines to be







LONDON, Feb. 7
The Minister of Heaith, Aneu-





























; wwe I , ys, - : | ered to the P 2 5 av: eople at Old Lancashire
, bias aed ents selec-| The draw for the 1950 Davis|$toup” and not the Chinese) {o be the impression that whi SAYS O.E.E.C. nines dont, ape cies to-night
eb 13 In POS a epresen-| Cup Competition was made by Por a 7 Tee te | is required is someone, presum | PAR Fel aul and refitting for transfer Once he retorted, We will
| | ' | Mr, Trygve Lie, the United Na- sth aren aoe a: me y seat | ably a lawyer, to advise the Vestern Europe's Ma ip overseas under the Mutual De- | have nice peaceful orderly
Advocate Cor : ; w.| tions Secretary-General, in the} otherwise, he w« vat ae ~ {Government on how to draft} pacions hould face Mar ae inal fence Aid Programme. Both sub Ee ting. Thereupon came a voice
WRT-OF-SPAIN Feb. 7 Hat | United Nations headquarters | pate in the Counci’s session, nest legislation. That of course is] - jig han ddlleeh ath! Gale arines had been previously ear-| “What about Australia and New
of the British W ' By Cable).| building in Mid-town, New York} The Soviet resolution asking fOr) certainly not the case. The] jg 2 but their bal ni Soh ; arked for the reserve fleet. The | Z« 1 where Labour Govern-
Bir Association ray te Lar ae | to-day. the | exclusion of the C ee | Attorney General and the Attor- arious, accordis eee te Me Defence Department said that a|ments have recently lost power.”
Bild a one-ca orem |. the draw is: North American} Nationalist representative TeW} ney General Chambers, are} ia Tene ae imber of naval aircraft to be Atter another interruption, the
paonday, February 13 ( IN SHIP ARREST ED | zone first round—Mexico versus] three votes in favour, ten against,) quite competent to draft legisla-| werk oup of? thes Ors im ipplied to Atlantic Pact countries | Minister tured to the Labour
a programm« . 5 | ¢ Canada versus Australia;! and five abstentions. ‘ | tion, and more particularly in| ion for Buro ean k antlagete ics ler this programme were be | candidate, and said “I sympathise
peovernm< t le : APEVOWN, eb. (| Europes an he first round—Phil-| Voting in favour of the exclu-/ this case since there are many] cperation lt said that ee “ir mbled at the Naval Air|with you in some of your con-
mt Santa Maria Hotel ol 34-ton Chinese National es versus Pakistan, Nether-| sion were the Soviet _ Union,| other British Colonial territorie r death reckoning’ the rst yo. Station at Norfolk, Virginia. | stituents,” vl
_ { » Carrie! vas al- | land versus Sweden. Norway} Poland, _and Czechoslovakia. Vot-| which have oil mining legislatic ears of the recovery ono 1 Sins —Reuter. / —Reuter.
inidad meetin o be} re i rn a it! versus Hungary, ‘Yugoslavia ver-) ing against were Australia, Bel-| ang there are also Colonial Mode | had been wireservedly succe ful! ‘s iis penne
Edy representative e of the iited State eae Belgium versus Fin-; gium, Brazil, Canada, Chile,| Regulations showing the form i y 1952 West Europe’s dolla



Ss h African | ; narnia Tk) “hi Ire ay :
pBatbados, British « are On WG eres Sere rer Pte in versus Italy China, Iran, Mexico, Peru and| which these regulations might problem should have become pat

; ; Br C :
ita, St. Kitts anc ) a | snown to~ | the United States. drafted { the problem of gen Who ‘ thy . wh
2 Cable.) —ReUer: | ee Le eae Denmark, France, India, Pakis- rl The important words whict.| ¥2balance, s ea ig ad eater /E4EA€C+E OFA lif, Whee hes wee. HO

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: Australia Lifts (ii,ineg, "* “niet Sinzdom) seem to have been overlookec | HECK.
ii C as Steel \a stained, lid jare ‘in connection with the], Development of overseas tery Ne as WY, A
l. Go y WEICCEL | D : | —Reuter. | drafting of regulations and the| ‘eS economies is “of crucia , uy
any A i etrol Ration | granting of licenses.’ If thi: gpimcance and prejects _plan : on

iveries To Soviet Zone ‘Tomorrow

|Government had : $s disposz 4d or =n progress involve
COMMUNISTS REFUSE | Government bad at its disposi! capital expenditure equitalen

ha cnowledg .
ad knowledge $7,000,000,000

















| of oil mining or of mining gener
nT ao aad 7 [ . . ? } the nex tw wanes ; i}
LONDON, Feb. 7. URNS Feb. 7. {Te WORK, ARMS TRAINS } ally—if it had in fact, a Mine: edrti ‘ Mae ea a
ip MATT \D mp n- the ustrallan overnmen i , | Department Establishme tha ar mi Swneres orn 1
LOMATIC OBSERVERS in London COD-| will lift petrol rationing on i BOLOGNA, Feb. 7. sesartaiadi ueoer co ae J = xpect continued progress at a pometnianitiiiaecanemat, i
a West Germanv’s action itting iron and stee!| phursday ibourne’s three Communist railway workers of 0 Coenen ate faster than before the wai , 4
mn action in cu 5 Phursday, Melbou ; ; o advise on mining matters t }
pesto the Soviet 7 +} rto ; te] artis orning newspapers reported to-| this city in the heart of Italy| ‘ioweiah lly bit aa a Mr} but slower than during the firs a
§ T iiae’ | day. “Red” Emilia province, declared ‘ita. or te ~ in a 5 such as! two years of the programme, sai ig
€ } € ne ! : t ay aoe nentite, seuitte us nis particular case ‘ 4
The Australian Prime Minister.} to-day they would refuse to work a aati : e Teper a
ive inless 1 lel creep! Robert Menzies, would announce] trains carrying arms, They said| Chie, a a a “ame A. PPFROT Chere are elements of danger A
1 Berlin w lifted ; in a nationwide broadcast] their decision would give “moral; Particularly qualified to give) in the situation forecast fo the ii
Washington and! (4 morrow, the papers added. and material support” to groups; @4vice on oil matters. ext two fiscal years. Realisatior a
‘ Berlin at theend t week —Reuter.| of Italian and French port work- Rate Of Royalty f the programmes requires that Fi}
May Survivors i that some form taliation ers who have refused to work on! “If licenses are to be grant the level of dollar aid will not ‘
5 : n é he’ wes oe munition ships. there will have to be negotiations | ‘@!! below the assumed amount: i
. ay (7, : . : 5 y
- ' ? ‘ { :gainst LY o —Reuter. | @ Ow page 3 i) per cent and 50 per cent. of
Be Repatriated ited clearly to action against! Mormosa Able Ta the 1950 level) and the level 0 1
W SURVIVO; Pareie ee “TD natic Y * Unite d States business activity a
VOR ab here, Diplo | oa G nists ‘ ° ‘
er tS Bie Noe Sea laa e ommu Hi P. R. l i will not be less than in mid 4
ae Gloria | elieved the West °C eh Jy Ouse QsSses CSO u tor 1949”. i
fr repatriated to n decision was taken M fu LAKE SUCCESS, Feb. 7
om Caracas with the occupation | ee yi Ay I lic '
i ae Joctor T. F. Tsiang, Nationalist J
on Thursday, (1 ers an rried tt full ap-| I 7 a ; . , : i phi. /
= was info: : | ” a, PAPE: . rome a's o- vr —— ee O x O e ac O I Killed, 30 Injured There are times which a
"A P oval. i i i nited Nations’ “little assen ‘ call for something bett /
more being sent ha aay: Vee source | to= day that his Government was A RESOLUTION for $70,000 for the expansion of the In Jail Riot th oat = |
| » ‘ x te that steel accounts 10% | ial ons he tor ¢ se y * Y 4
AA The nat Des 7 os Germany's {Confident that Formosa could be| Government experimental pottery factory at Lancaste mn tne merely very yy
a shore is Mor ae a eine | sn eee ae ane was passed by the House of Assembly at their meeting BOMBAY, Feb. 7 good, and demand the d
Me davs a: vores ! ‘ provided that no Soviet naval air | oe li One Coramunist was killed and ‘ f :
e believed | es ~ ; = yesterday, —— a an f
May” sank nd Ly § 1 been | Units took part. The Little AS- | Mr. G. H . 1 (L) who took lative Council stated that raw | #other injured, and 30 _police- unquestionable best. Where 1
5 ae eae form of embly. is studying Nationalist | charge Gi-fie Mesclistien. sala, thet materials and other condition} "en, including an assistant su- cigarettes are concerned
pipelines to Impose an China’s charges against alleged| ~ Said tha perintendent, were hurt when

: ‘1 the So- } : : nen | existed or could be provided fo: | ? : V
ires against the So aggression. ne did not think they should spend the manufacture of building] Communist prisoners in Nasik}

, i itepmes Soviet } fme i ing i
F Hspired traffic restriction | much time in considering it as it], ~- ig . : ‘
3 estif On Be: ener | dealt with a matter ‘hich had brieks, hollow blocks, roofing tiles | J#!! rioted to-day, attacking the
: »: flower pots, terra cotta ware, field} Police with stones and bricks. The
: . 2 been before the House on several| .-. ae : ’ police fired five r 3 | .
it € pen. SPs aaa drain pipes, domestic pottery anc] ?° d five rounds before
ea r nearls fort- »ecasions 3 pik . — the situation was brought ler
i ‘ ‘ early a ‘ i a | ee insulati iti. , a was bro under
n nd it was thought neces~ Coal Strike Cuts | ‘The Resolution now before the} ‘™Swating bricks. eontrol. —Reuter.
: i

ce it quite clear an, | Comimittce Was an expression of Various Possibilities

the man of taste is guided
by the words “ Benson & Hedges,
Old Bond Street, London”

— for all those occasions

when only the best will do.





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°
at } Soviet a it ot g i U.S |opinion by the Legislatuse and Mr. Brannam drew attention t

ion en ae ooi| Rail S Se ‘rvices In they had already aipoved of | the various possibilities of finan 3,500 Lire
HAV ANA F v ti the . tern | NEW YORK, Feb. 7. | the principle. | ing the manufacture of potter
‘testified o o ended to remain 1 rastic ‘cuts in rail services *} i t t we Pe ene, ot For A Cousin
mt Ar r ; ecvor and W oe - have beer ordered or forecast as | is pe See — a oer poe of ine factory capable

{Ameri a sty! teed h hav i -_ on B s ¢ yas to miakel/of producing the minimum eco-

( ; enied to-day that the pre hibition al sft senitninaiet | of expanding the Government ex- _A Committee appointed by His ing up an illegal emigration a } danied
port i western! New York Central railway with | perimental pottery factory at Excellency the Governor-in- which was sending Sic lians to alate Wann
D Germany to easte Germany} jess than a week's coal supply in| Lancaster on the lines suggested} Executive to consider the com- the Argentine aaah “tthe vith a d : HG MAIESTY THE KING
iter blockade againSt] stock has cancelled 45 passenger by Mr. J. R. Brannam as modified} mercial proypects of establishing} gecordi police We Salva SUPER VIRGINIA CIGARETTES
uffic into Ber-} trains from midnight to-night in the light of advice receivedja clayworking industry, advised] tgre Muratore Palemo. work-)
; Last month the company with-| regarding the commercial possi-} that it was unlikely that private] jing in onjunélihel 7.0 ih. bh j BY
Germany had} drew trains because of re-| bilities of the pottery industry.| capital would be attracted tc in-| brother Orazio in Aagentina. BENSON /HEDGES
Soviet | ; 1 production. The Che- It also stated that Mr. Brannam|vestment in the clayworking Sicilians n to. emigrate WHY
ter-} sapeake and “Ohio Railway, which| was employed under Colonial} industry and that if a dayworkin:| p; S The .To
es 340 major soft al mine eve ent and Welfare Schen I try was t ye start | name then ser Oraz OLD BOND STREET, LONDON
te report n | i a t depend on ‘ vert
working ir try in Bar Hi I pit |} and théreby. got em permiss
dle eport hich wa i n the; While vas accepted, n| to enter the Argentine Polic
Reuter —Reuter. © House of Assembly and the Legis-\ * On Page 5 | have arrested Salvatore.—Reuter.


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HEsisashop of Barbados will

presi@e at the fourth lecture
by MrasH. A. Vaughan on the
History Barbados at 8.15 on
Friday * bruary 10th at the
British uncfi rooms at Wake-
field. Mi. Vaughan’s lecture en-
titled % Shaping of the New
Order” 1 cover the period from
1834 to 6. This was the period
immediately following emancipa-
tion. Mff.. Vaughan will deal with
the inffuence of the Church, the
Press and the Assistant Court of
Appeal and the emergence of the
miudle-class together with the
problems of the new period and
the change in Colonial Office
policy.

Caub

POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER

Calling



Three Top Productions

R. Meer Hassan, Representa-

tive of Columbia Pictures
W.1. Ltd. with headquarters in
Port-of-Spain who arrived on
Monday from Trinidad is here
supervising some of the releases
which his Company already have
in Barbados. Scheduled to open
this week are three top produc-
tions “Tokyo Joe,” at the Globe,

“Anna Lucasta” at the Empire,
and a Serial “Batman and Robin,”
at the Olympic.

During his short stay he is

going to put on a campaign of
special advertisements of these
pictures, along the same lines as
their policy used in Trinidad.

Hat-happy teen-agers on both
sides of the Atlantic are bringing
the biggest boom to the millinery
trade for years. A millinery ex-
pert in London said: “A few years
ago young women and teen-age
girls would not wear hats. Now
most members of the trade find
that their best customers are in
these age groups. .









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Many Going to Jamaica

M*** Antiguans will be taking

the “opportunity of visiting
Jamaic&ion the occasion of the
installation of Princess Alice as
patron of the University College,
the first-leaving on 9th February
is Mrs.-Agnita Thomas clerk of
the Supply Office whose daughter
Cicily wom the Mill Reef Scholar-

here is “Jolson sings again.” This
film has been voted Box Office
Champion for four months in
New York. Mr. Hassan expects to
be here for one week.

«
Seventh Visit
R. ALICK D’ARCY, Super-
visor of the Stevedore De-

“Isn't tt wonderful to think
that every day for six whole
weeks one’s going to read
nothing but the nicest possible
things about oneselj.”

With C.N.R. in Montreal
R. AND Mrs. Le Petrie and
their little daughter Nicole

of Montreal, Canada, were arri-



partment of Messrs George F.

ship 1949. Cicily is studying ; Huggins and Co., Ltd., Trinidad,
Natural Seience. pa —" evening by js now in Barbados on his Seventh
Zn « -W.LA. from Antigua for @ visit, He arrived last week

short holiday and are staying at with his wife and they

the Ocean View Hotel.
ill he
They came down from Canada whet’ oleae, "lar ts a:
ay T.C.A. early last month and jng at “Accra”, Rockley.

Has Not Decided

On a Name
HE Ranee of Sarawak, Lady

Also scheduled for early =
|

ane (9)
with teen-agers in America, and! 7. What a Place it is. (4)
coincided with the introduction| % The mafing Of | this is of
of the short hair styles. It spread
to this side of the Atlantic even
more
fashions did.”

Many London stores to-day
reported that
departments are busier now than
they have been since before the
war.

What are the favourite styles
among the young enthusiasts ?

America
and London agrees.
the Button Bonnet—a tiny felt or
woo! affair with a button on the

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craze for hats started

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the way.

interest to children.

2. Valse f change. (5)
12. Vv ‘or

13. Pan 3
14, Many

than y
and so is Esau. (6)

rapidly the hair

their millinery} 16, He let her change the letters. (5)
the costel

18. it of lettuce
hurry you'd need it. (5)

20. Wash. ss
y, obviously. (8)
25. ty, no doubt. (5)
26. h potch, (4
27. Gives one @ broad outlook. (8)

Four Favourites

says there are four, : ames Down a ea eee: ia
They are) * ‘zcursion. (5 sf

2. Fifty sit this way on a slant. (4)
3. When one does, one misses some-

i saree: Ba ce went on to Montserrat where the i , : leeds” mak.
Brooke, who is in Barbados nt a month’s holi ey «» «» top like g schoolboy’s cap. « Bet Scns 40 i Tis hay
spending a holiday with herg

uaughter Mrs. Richards Vidmer ends. Mr. Le Petrie is an easonéd Campaigner haped cap with a tiny turned| & Lite ‘Test wicket-keeper. same
waughter Mrs. Richards iting agemployee of C.N.R. in Montreal, JT, is understood that Monai }2ck brim trimmed with a side| = Sibel ‘seed dea
book, but~as yet has not decidéd ~ be 4 or radio work is now | button =o . ion 8) rn ee
Kk, but~as yet e ‘ going along very successfully. She , 8. Pass away, asleep. (6)!
on a name for it, ‘est h Retired Businessman has broadcast three times on Vari-| The Cushion Cloche—made we 10; Sere, perhaps,
This however is not the firs R. Nathan Bilsky, a retired ety Bandbox, but confessed that at swathed velvet and trimmed — 11, Ofea en 1 anion ahr
novel which she has written. The businessman of Ottawa, ber first appearance on January, pheasant’s feather, worn well) 19, Double or just a voice ?

last one she had published wWaS,@Canada, returned home on Sun- Ist. she was so scared that shd
“A Star Fell,” published by T-Bday by T.C.A. after about three could hardly sing a note. Now,
Werner Laurie Ltd., London, and¥ weeks’ holiday. He was staying at however, she is getting to be a
is a most absorbing story about}/Sea View Guest House. “seasoned campaigner.” Her burn-



some of the fanatical beliefs of; While here, Mr, Bilsky paid ing ambition at the moment is to
the natives of Sarawak. She has ghort visits to St. Lucia and get into a London stage production.
also written another novel, “Now Martinique. Twelve months in a_ successful
My Heart’s Mended,” which is » Thank You ane at ee sens Oe. =e =
the é sof ¢ -T1Cé - ’ .

list eae wail he’ pentane’ ISS Joyce Appleton, Civil from the stage, Mona would Tso
ears 4h the Summer. Servant attached to the like to break into pictures and

: rl “ Works and Hydraulics Depart- she has already had a test at Ealing)

ment of San Fernando, returned studios. She is now waiting to heer
to Trinidad by B.W.1.A. on Monday the result.

For Three Weeks

M* George Kimberly and evening after spending six weeks’ «> «>

Mrs. B. F. Carson, both holiday here as a guest of Mr. Three Bus Loads

from Kaltimore U.S.A., arrived on and Mrs. C. B. Allamby of ESTERDAY shortly after 2
Monday by B.W.1LA. to spend “Edinboro”, Barbarees Road. p.m, a launch from. the

tnree weeks at the Paradise Beach
Ciub. Their trip took them via
San Juan P.R., and Antigua.

«a» “an

Miss Appleton desires to thank }47.M.S, Devonshire landed at the
all those who contributed in any Challenor Steps on the Wharf and
way to the happiness of her stay over 30 Petty Officers and men
and says au revoir to those whom ‘poured’ off into a waiting ‘bus










Returning in Two Weeks = ons a the opportunity tO which took them for a sea bath
ios betty Rapsey, who is reach before leaving. to the Paradise Beach Club.
\Vi pater: Benaay a. & «* : «> Carib understands that three
nearden of the Sanitary Laundry To Stabilise The Work buses will be leaving today for the
in Pc {-Spain who was here FF on a lecture tour to Scan- Same destination filled with
on a two-week business trip for dinavia this week — is Devonshire men. \
her Company, returned to Trini- Joseph Mitchell, Secretary of the ee? «»

dad on Suaday by B.W.1A. Miss League of Coloured Peoples. His Rivals |
Rapsey also suprevised the open- aim is to tell audiences in LANS for Carnival in Trinidad



ing of the Sanitary Laundry when
it started here. She is expected
to return in about two weeks. She
was a guest of Mr, and Mrs. Jack

Denmark, Sweden and Norway of are going ahead with a
the position of coloured people in pang, There was the Old Mask
Britain today. Mitchell instances Dance at Arima on Saturday last.
the Negro struggle as being com- Many candidates for Miss San



Egan of Hendon, Marine Gardens. parable with that of woman fernando have already been

«>» “n suffragettes thirty years ago. His chosen, among them are the

. 7 ‘ previous visit to Scandinavia last Misses Joan and Barbara Bennett

Assistant Operations year was a great success and he daughters of Mr. and oo OP.
Manager hopes as a result of this new tour Bennett of South Trinidad,

ING Commander R. C, to receive additional financial sup- Both these girls are well known

Lawes, Assistant Operations port to stabilise the work of the jn Barbados, they used to go to

Manager of International Aeradio, League. school here at the Ursuline

London, returned to the island «> «>» Convent,

by B.W.L.A, on Monday evening Were Met at the Airport . * .

atter visits to British Guiana, R. AND Mrs. W. F. Callahan,

Antigua And Jamaica in connec- from Huntington Long Comings and Goings |

t with International Aeradio. yaand, N.Y. who spent a few M* JOHN St. FELIX DARE,’

—. + or aa 2 Ser days in St. Thomas en route, ar- ~ - Managing Director of Messrs. |
rived on Monday afternoon by William Fogarty J.td., returned

cation Sékvice at Atkinson Field, ,wya~. and are here for three to British Guiana yesterday vy

British Gthiana on March 1 this is Salad ; ise i
year and at Coolidge in Antigua hee = } 3 > oo as ane ee ee
on March 15. He also said that proprietor of Callahan Machinery . - ’
negotiations are being made for Equipment Co. Mr. and Mrs. C. Shepherd, who
the taking over of similar facili- They were met at the airport arrived on the “Golfito” on Satur-
ties at Palisadoes in Jamaica by two very good friends of day left here by the “Lady Nelson”
Wing Commander Lawes €X- theirs also from Huntington and for St. Kitts on Saturday night.
pects to .be in Barbados for Mr. Shepherd is Director of H. F.

at present staying at the Marine,

couple of days and is staying ut Mr. and Mrs. Harold Parker

Wildy and Co., St. Kitts.
Hotel Royal.

. Mr, John Hoad, son of Mr. and

intransit Mrs. E. L. G. Hoad returned to

RS. E. P. ARROWSMITH and Trinidad on Monday by B.W.1A.
Miss Arrowsmith were after spending a holiday here.

among the passengers arriving _ Mr. James Burke of Marchfield

here from England yesterday St. Philip, returned to the islan:

morning on the s.s. “Golfito” in- on Monday evening by B.W.LA

transit to Dominica. They are from Curacao, via St. Kitts wher

the wife and daughter of the he had been employed witl
Administrator of Dominica. C.S.M. for the past 20 months.

«»

“‘The Stars”
R Aubrey Douglas-Smith,
the Resident Tutor of the
West Indian University College,
will givé an open-air talk on
“The Stars” on Providence lawn at
7.30 on Friday.

«>»

BY THE WAY. ara" |

come the Times comment:

By Beachcomber

That

back on the head and giving an
air of sophistication to a very| 18
young face.

The Rose Stem—a tiny bonnet
trimmed with two large |
tion roses waving at the end of
a long stalk.

All these styles require short
hair,
present fashion for high stand-
up coat collars.



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Jaen gina

{ AM Proud and happy to be
able to announce another Con-
ference, this time to be held in

the Andaman Islands.

Since there is always a slight
risk that something might be very
nearly decided at one of thesd
Conferences, there will be no dis-

cussions at all. A_ bulletin will
then be issued, saying that of
course nothing was decided, the

purpose of such Conferences be-
ing not to make decisions; that
there were no discussions, as it
was never intended to have any,
but in a general way tentative
disagreement was reached on a
number of important matters; and
that it was felt that there was a
not insubstantial community of
outlook in the non-approach to
current problems of far-reaching
gravity and scope. And then will

in itself is an achievement.

SPORTING NOTE
BOUT a month ago after one
of the worst brawls at a
football match, I suggested that
referees should be armed, I see
now that an English referee in
Brazil was offered a stiletto, and
was told, “You'll need this.” This
suggests that in Brazil even the
teams are armed, which goes a
little further than what I had in
mind, If teams and referees are
to be armed, what about the spec-
tators having their own rifles?
Then, of course, the people living

near football grounds, whose pro-

perty is destroyed in the rush for
the gates, will also demand
weapons. And passers-by would
feel safer with a revolver. It is
no good taking football lightly.



S PéciAL VALUES in

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BEST PRICE IN TOWN



Sole Agents

14.40



for

AVENUE QUALITY MEN’S SHOE

ALL AT

the JOHN

A New





THE STRABISMUS

ROCKET

LOWLY, and not very surely,
the great rocket in which

Dr, Strabismus (Whom God Pre-
serve) of Utrecht will make his
next attempt to reach the moon
is nearing completion, Powerful
and revolting influences are being
brought to bear to have the rocket
fired from the roof of the vast
aluminium dome of the 1951 Exhi-
bition in order to attract tourists,
and thus stabilise derederededis-
derederederededisflationary eco-
nomic tendencies. Bow-wow. But
for sentimental reasons the Doc-
tor wants Wagling Parva to be
the scene of the attempt, and the
warm heart of the vast British

public is probably with him. The

rocket is to be named Snophurst,
after one of the sage’s ferrets.



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folstion of Yesterday's Dusale.—Across:

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LOUIS GORDON singing "Who do you know in heaven’

WILMA ROWE singing “You’re Always in my Heart”

ARTHUR MOORE singing “4 Winds and 7 Seas”

BYRON ROLLOCK singing “Gloria”

DENNIS BOVELL singing “They didn’t believe Me”

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surface straight away,

“colonial Secretary.

r funds. the
ting tor no detaile’

had ent had
The | and certainly
in ontg with no one
_ sf do not neces-
it will be one

Reason
oe Resolution was
in that form was be-
ought there was
that the Govern-
d with the Bill
ngements for the
' ; sht into force, and
store ask for authority
x as were neces-
price on the points
4 mentioned in order
to be in a position
as soon as the

ie Colonial Secretary
Phat the Resolution
x Cuke secorpled
and said that he
.ask hon. members
iy the Government

» Resolution which |

fa certain amount of
nding, to prejudice the

he Resolution as a}

had heard people

Government were

sission to import an

to draft regu-|

was the twist that
Faiven to the matter.

lite ‘Lrue
of fact, what the
Colonial Secretary
Dyas quite true, anc)
hat the Department ol
General both in the
at present was quite
draft regulations.
Government desired
expert advice on the
ion as to the granting |
That was the main
the Resolution, the

m consider, said Mr.
the question of ob-
mis one of great

y FEBRUARY 8, 1950

down the Resolu- |

+| Sary,



“cil Votes $12,000
‘for Oil

. they » bei nt .
jadvice on matters such as these, | €Y were being asked to vote

Expert

“I ask hon. members not to
j}allow the unfortunate twist that
| has been given to this Resolution
| to prejudice their minds. I hope
|} hon, members will remember that
this question of bringing oil from
the land, if it is there, is one of
tremendous importance to this
country and one on which we
should proceed, only after having
competent advice and guidance
from people who are capable of
giving that advice. I have much
pleasure in seconding the motion
that the Resolution be concurred
in.”

A Bagatelle

resolution was another indication

ernments thought. To them
$12,000 was a bagatelle. The
Acting Colonial Secretary had

told them that the government
had made no detailed estimate
{and that they had no particular
| person or persons in mind.

| He had read in the daily Press
the report of the debate in the
| Other Place on the resolution, and
|had been no wiser after reading
}that debate than if he had not
| read it. He had hoped that they
would have received considera4
| bly more information from the
| Representative of the Government
sitting on his left than What they
had' got so far, and he hoped that
}that further information would
|be forthcoming before the ques-
{tion was put to the vote, so that
|they would have some idea of
what they were voting for.

As the debate on the resolution
was reported in the Press it was
;seen that one week the Govern-
ment wanted $3,000 and a week
later they wanted $20,000. To
him that appeared to be a stag-
gering change of policy, and he
noticed that the Other Place in
its wisdom had reduced” the
$20,000 to $12,000. In reading
|the debate he had not followed
| the reason for that.

Good Advice
fact remained
either had to vote the
; $12,000 or reject the Resolution.
| He did not want to stop the Gov-
ernment from getting good advice
on the matter. It was obvious
| that good advice would be neces-
and he did not therefore
limit the Government



| The
| Council

wish to

| with some cheeseparing vote which
|
; would prevent them from getting

the best advice.

He felt that when they were
asked to vote an amount like
$12,000 the Government should

give some sort of estimate saying
why they wanted it, that they
estimated so much for contingen-
cies and they wanted the Legis-
lature to vofe the total amount.

He had inquired from an air-
ways company the cost of a
return passage from Great Britain
to Barbados, and had been told
that it was $1,523. The Publicity
Bureau had been kind enough to
send him recently a pamphlet

fo this colony in view| Showing the terms of the various





















nomic outlook of the
Mhink that it will

be| Seen

could be
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round figures for the ; assé
$1,000 for ra and $500 for
clerical assistance H i aiso
aid they weuld sume thiat
expert charged a fe of 200

sulneéas—$2,500—for his services

That estimate totalled $5,500,



$12,000,
Experience

le had 30

In the Legislature, and
recently had the Governme
asking for



mid years exy once}
only |
een |
money in that way
They had had .to work too hard
for their money in this island,
and had seen too many bad times
to want to fritter away money

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it would be r

an expert from Eng
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from Trinidad. ‘Trinidad had had
a Mining Departrnent opera
on behalf of the Government in|



just 200 mile



all matters pertaining to oil for the
past 35 years. It was a very
highly skilled and technical
‘epartment.



He had two
idividuals in
vhom he had
could not give their
public debate, but the

letters |

Govern-
ment was welcome to the advice
that they had given. He valued

from
Trinidad

sought

twe
from
advice. He
names In

their advice very much.

Briefly, the information they
had given was that the Govern-
ment, apart from
the granting of licenses
need legislation for regulating
the compensation to be paid tc
surface owners for damage caus-
ed by mining operations.

Secondly. to empower the oil
companies, to give them the right
to lay pipe lines through the
lands of private owners. Thirdly
to prescribe the forms of Gov-
ernment leases and fourthly
draft regulations to determine the
method by which the market
value of the oil will be determin-
ed for purposes of royalty.

Obviously, said Mr. Chandler,
all those things were necessary
Trinidad had at the Head of their
Mines Department, an Officer
who was termed Inspector of
Mines, and Petroleum Technolo-
gist. That officer had three high-
ly skilled and competent assist-
ants, and just as Barbados was
given advice on the Fire Brigade
by Major Cox of Trinidad, he
would like to ask if the Govern-
ment had inquired from the Gov-
ernment of Trinidad whether
they could give any advice or
the matter and whether they could
second as the Head of the De
partment that he had mentionex

to come to Barbados and give the

about
would

advice





advice that they needed.

Hardly Necessary

Naturaliy, Mr. Chandler said. if
such an expert came from Trini-
dad, his estimate of 500 guineas
would hardly be necessary. That
department in Trinidad had been
responsible for all the existing
legislation in that island, and if
Trinidad had been producing oil
for the past 35 years, he could
hardly believe that all that ex-
perience was not good enough for
Barbados.

He had got further advice to





vere 1 rine > Wi >| the effect that there should be
tse the vote today|Wwere the Marine and the Windsor , SF oe a =
ent. to get the very} Which for a single room charged regulations to prohibit foreigners
oS the dnbiect | 69.00 and up a day owning oil rights except under
isa potential source| He had worked out an estimate, ee anes oe : — “2 ; ae
inthis colony, then iti} Mr. Chandler said, and in. that r eer ene oe tat
we should pursue | estimate he had allowed the ex- rota =~ third amr stains
in obtaining its|pert $15.00 a day for hotel rates Pp That: dadyice i ra haa|
of the members oi’ really nice room, He presum~ spoken Of so far, was what had
nent who have had')@d that in a month the expert) ) 14), given by one individual. The
ny mind, that I would | should have been aple to get the | advice given by the other was on}
independent advice}hang of local conditions and) similar lines. He was Mr, Bon-
mpetent person who| advise Government as to the! >, Foster, Head of the Mines
all the details as to|lines on which the regulations Department in Trinidad
mill be right to have |Should be drafted. Mr. Chandler quoted a para-—|
me company operat- He did not think that the sraph from Mr. Foster’s letter as
What kind of licenses | expert would have to draft the} follows: ‘Oil mining regula-
@anied, and what are} regulations in detail because aS| tions here contain drafts of the
matters which|the Acting Colonial Secretary had] oj] mining leases in use and the
Wovided for in the|said they had an Attorney Gen-| regulations dealing with the ex-
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fo enable Govern- |\to draft regulations. : and under the sea; and 30 years
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THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PAGE THREE







Hon'ble G. B. Evelyn said that
eg when the Acting Colonial Secre-

“ur. Chandler said that he as | tary introduced the Résolu-
yosition that) tion he had laid sgress on the
I Res amount of royalty, and Mr. Cuke
id tl had stressed the point about the
granting of licenses.

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wish. His wish was that Barba-!survey was made. There way (with Cheese
dos should have the fullest ben-| therefore no need for an expert % » Baked Beans
efit from oil if i as there, ; to work on that at the present Bots Salad Cream ;
if they could it. He time. 6 ‘Meavonsiie Z
quite willing to vote As regards the granting of li- e r a
ment funds for obtainins cences, what exactly did the Gov- ” » Sandwich
necessary advice., but he would! ernment mean? Did théy mean Spread
counsel the Government that! the shape of the license, or did
before they spent $12,000 be-| they mean what was the area Tins Vegetable So»
tween now ,and the end of March} over which the license would be Oxtail Soup
—and the way he read the Reso- | granted ? a * Eo
lution was that in the next Es-| It might refer to the question as Strawberries |
: they could come back for to Whether they were going to ” Pears.
more—before they pent the stant one license or split the

ixpayers’ money, they should; Whole thing up between two or af Pineapple.
nvestigate thoroughly whether; three companies. If that was the Pineapple Juice }

ghl; ; ; apple Juice
the advice they needed could not | tea, the Government should tel! â„¢ a } Se.
be obtained nearer hom« them something about it. Guavas. i )
Avreement He wanted some information on ” Fruit Salad. a >!

Hon’ble V. C. Gale said he} V2at. was meant by advice on | apo 1A © er F-
quite agreed with Mr. Chand- royalties and’ the: ‘granting of “ 2 - a Dy sae
ler’s exceilent speech. He had lis- | teams GLASS of delicious * Ovaltine',
tened to the introducer and sec- | for ee ee caret seek
onder of the Resolution very] d i 4 ge ie aor
carefully, and had not been able | Chinese Land INCE & Co., Lt e Sitiucen, “Sr acama tnelameanites
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as t roney was | ® > CK $T reinforce strength and energy, and help /
to be spent. \ On Siam Coast CAML 2206 a " ‘ to maintain sae zest er homo oa v

Mr. Cuke had said that th
reading of the addendum ‘had!
been given a twist. He said that!
it was nothing to do with the
drafting. of regulations, but real-'!

work or play. e

Reniember that you need plenty of
nourishment to meet the heavy demands
on your energy made by hot, tiring days.
While you have little appetite for heavy

BANGKOK, Feb. 7.
Siam police reported to-day

that within the past three weeks,

Chinese from South China and

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ly the money was needed to get} Hinan Island have been landing 7} ETTING yp meals, the light foods you prefer are
advice on the granting of licenses, | On south coast of Siam near os . j — deficient in important food
and other things connected with | the alayan border. The police D. oy caine
that. | Suggested that some of the illegal Getting you own ? | Aglass of ‘Ovaltine’ Cold makes the

He did not agree about the | aminitgrants might be making their If morning finds you ae te oe eerie
twist. They could only go by! 7 ay southwards to join the Com- only half rested, still nourishment from Nature's nest fdeds,
what they read, and what was; Munist a eueeitas who are har- weary — ifyoursleep | ‘Ovaltine’ Cold in. quickly prepared by

, set ol ihe ien- | assing Malays : ‘. : , :

panies -~ out in the adde n | assing alaya, is broken by fittul adding ‘ Ovaltine ' co cold milk, or milk
dum. 1 Acting Colonial Sec- | —Reuter. tossing and turning and water, and mixing thoroughly with
retary had said the expert was your kidneys may | a whisk, or in a shaker.
only coming for one purpos¢ be to blame. When |

He did not want to give a nega- your kidneys get out |
tive vote. but he certainly hoped Ne ped sag mage gs | ®
that the Government would take suffers. To help your | e ) rim. Sold in airtight tins by
to heart the remarks which Mr. condition use Dodd's | if all Che sists and Stores
Chandler had made —"~ Dodd's help the kidneys get rid of poisons | as

Hon’ble G. D. L. Pile said he , etti d oar excess acids in your system, Then | > [rity ; ©
had nothing to add except that / in ou down / | your uneasiness di —you can enjoy é veer &

g é sf? y; .

personally he could see nothing | 9 : g y : restful he ree wh ! ao G ree dig sili f
wrong with the wording of the | wil freshed for work or pl y- j 2, fy 2 ) AT, py,
Resolution, except that perhaps it | genuine Dodd's y Pills today. Only NCTTVES. ling LEM CIOUS _
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BARBADOS tage ADVOGATE

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



Wednesday, February 8, 1950





Better Square

NOW that the omnibuses plying on the
various routes have been removed from
the centre of Trafalgar Square and given a
single stand in Probyn Street, it has re-
lieved the centre of the City of a congestion
which it endured for the last twenty odd
years. Many suggestions have been made
as to what should be done with the Square
and the opportunity has now come for
them, or at least some of them, to be put
into practice.

The first essential is the fixing of a central
point in Trafalgar Square so that traffic
moving to and from all parts of the City
could revolve around some point. It is
clear that this will call for the removal of
the Nelson Statue to that central point
and the abandoning of a parking station for
taxi cabs. There could be no regrets on this
score as the removal would constitute a
necessary reform.

With another block of Government build-
ings which it is proposed to erect on ‘the
old Central Foundry site, Trafalgar Square
would then approximate to a Square
worthy of a modern city. There could be
no more appropriate place for the Nelson
monument. With the Post Office and two
blocks of buildings housing government
offices on two sides and a system of one-
way traffic through the northern gate of
the Public Buildings compound there would
be the semblance of order in the middle of
the town.

The adoption of these suggestions would
mean the closing of the roadway between
the Central Foundry site and the gardens.
There are other which
would have to be made in order that the
new traffic regulations may be workable.

minor changes

The removal of the buses however seems
to create another problem, The amount of
traffic now passing over the Victoria Bridge
as a result of the transfer has been already
increased and in a few weeks when the
removal of the sugar crop is in full swing
it may be that not only greater congestion
will be caused but that the Bridge which
suffered damage in the heavy rainfall in
August last might not be able to carry the
increased traffic without adequate over-
haul and repair.

When all these changes are instituted
there will be the starting point of an or-
derly regulated flow of traffic to and from
all parts of the city. It would be regrettable
if the Government failed to make the full-
est use of the opportunity at hand.





The Harbados Museum

IN its quiet and unobtrusive way the
Barbados Museum & Historical Society
continues to fill a useful place in the edu-
cational and cultural life of the community.
Yo-day a well ordered collection of pieces
under the care of an expert Director takes
the place of that passed on to the Society
by the heirs of the late Rev, Watson.

“But if the work continues quietly there
are still those members of the community
who recognise its worth. Of these 2491
visited the Museum during last year and
the Exhibition of the Arts & Crafts Society
saw 560 visitors during August,

According to the Report on the affairs of
the Society there were 238 members on the
roll. This is a regrettably small number.
An institution catering to the educational
and cultural enlightenment of the com-
munity deserves greater support than that
now given the Barbados Museum and His-
torical Society. Despite, its high ideals and
insistence on culture its membership is not
limited to the well-to-do, An examination
of the list will prove the truth of this
statement and the appeal of the Council for
an increase of membership to 500 should
meet with ready response.

The requisite and correct knowledge of
the place in which we live should be part
of the equipment of every citizen and the
ideal medium for its acquisition is mem-
bership in the Barbados Historical Society.



OUR READERS SAY:



Barbados Museum And

Historical Society
Annual Report Of The Council To 31 Dee.

a

THE Council has pleasure in
presenting its Report on the
affairs of the Society for the year
ending 31st. December, 1949.

THE COUNCIL

Membership of the Council

was unchanged during 1949.
MEMBERSHIP

At the beginning of 1949, there
were 238 members on the roll;
and at the end of the year there
were 241 members comprising:
Founders 4. honorary Mernbers 3,
Life Members 24, Annual Mem-
bers 153, and Associate Members

57,

The following additions to
Membership were made during
the year.

LIFE MEMBERS
Capt. Hon. Gerald Lascelles.
ANNUAL MEMBERS

H. B. Bannister, S. C. Connell.
G. H. Edwards. P. G. C. Fos-
ter, I. W. Gale, Hon. M. D.
Guiness, J. H. Hammond, S. R.
Hunte, L. C. Hutchinson, Dr.
A. C. Kirton, A. C. Lewis, Miss

E. D. Manning, M. A. Puck-
erin, C. N. Reece, L. S. Stan-
ford, B. W. Ffrench-Stehelin,

and C. A. B. Vaughn.
Associate Members

B. A. Clarke, G. S. Hawkins,
Miss D. Tbberson, and Mrs. G.
White.

The Council is anxious to in-
crease the roll of membership to
at least 560. Members are asked
to encourage their friends to
join the Society.

Society’s Headquarters

During the year some repairs
were carried out to the roofs of
the Jubilee Gallery and the
Director’s residence. The central
block of the row of cells facing
the Director's house was con-
verted into an office so that the
clerical work of the Society need

no longer occupy much needed
space in the work room, The
room to the West of the

Children’s Museum was conver-
ted into a small Exhibition Gal-
lery and a showcase built into
one of its windows,

The piece of land lying to the
North of the Museum was en-
closed by a wall, as a result of
the generosity of the Barbados
Turf Club, Hon. J. D. Chandler
and Mr. W. A. Yearwood. Mr.
E. M. Shilstone generously pre-
sented a pair of gates. A
Grounds Committee consisting of
the President, Mr. Howell Clarke,
Mrs. J. D. Chandler and Mr.
D. M. Hanschell was appointed
and the planting of trees and
shrubs donated by the Depart-
ment of Agriculture has begun.

The Society received as a gift
from the Governor-in-Executive
Committee the wrought iron rail-
ings which \:ad formerly enclosed

the Fountain Gardens, Bridge-
town. The railings are to be

erected in front of the Museum.
Museum and Library

Among the outstanding gifts
received by the Museum during
1949, was a collection of glass
from Mrs. E. Hamilton Brown,
and a collection of drawings and
watercolours from Mrs. Lucy
Carrington Wertheim. Gifts of
fine glass. prints, and Egyptian,
Greek and Roman material were

QUEEN MARY has offered to
the nation, and the Prime Min-
ister has accepted on the nation’s
behalf, a carpet of her own
making. It is Her Majesty's de-
sire that the carpet on which she
has been working since 1941
should be sold as a contribution
to the country’s dollar export
drive

Queen Mary has lived among
and loved beautiful things all
her life. There can be very few,
if any, whose knowledge of the
historical treasures of English
craftsmanship equals hers. An
exquisite needlewoman who for
many years has spent many
hours daily over her needle, her
work as a maker of carpets be-
gan at the beginning of the late
war, thereby helping to revive
an art in which Britain formerly
excelled,

The carpet which she has now
contributed to the country’s ex-
port drive, represents eight years
of labour. It was probably in-
tended as a royal heirloom to
take its place by right of crafts-
manship and_ historic interest,
among the treasures of Windsor
Castle. It is of English 18th
century design, executed on “gros
point” needlework — with birds
and flowers in traditional colours
on a beige background. It meas-





THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

received from Museums in Great
Britain. Some of this material
has already been placed on exhi-
bition .

A number of additions were
made to the Library by gift and
purchase.

The new Curator, Mr. Neville
Connell, M.A. arrived in May,
and assumed his duties shortly
after. In accordance with the
prevailing practice in Great
Britain, the name of Curator was
changed to that of Director.

The former practice of plac-
ing a museum object on special
exhibition was resumed. This
has created much interest in the
Museum.

During the year the Society
became an institutional Member
of the Museum's Association.

The Society received a subven-
tion of £100 from the British
Council.

The Committee on Historical
Research was re-established to-
wards the end of the year. The
Hon. Secretary, the Hon, Libra-
rian. and the Hon. Editor have
been appointed members of the
Committee.

The Museum is now open from
10 am—6 p.m. daily, and on
Sundays from 2.30 p.m.—6 p.m.
Since the beginning of Novem-
ber, Sunday has been a free day.

Exhibitions and Lectures

An Exhibition of Needlework,
lace minatures and paperweights.
organised by the Barbados Arts
and Crafts Society was held at
the Museum during August. In
September, the small Exhibition
Gallery was opened with a loan
collection of paintings. This was
followed by exhibitions of Eng-
lish Charts. Photographs illus-
trating Building in Barbados, ana
part of the Lucy Carrington
Wertheim collection of drawings
and water colours.

Lectures were given at Meet-
ings of the Society by Hon.
Stewart Perowne, O.B.E., on “A
First view of Mexico,” and by
Miss Hilda Ridler, M.B.E,, on
“The Palestine I knew 1914-1948.”
Lectures in connection with ex-
hibitions were given by Mr. Bruce
Moulder, Mr. Ralph Crowe,
A.R.I.B.A., and Mr. John Har-
rison.

Other Activities

The Barbados Philatelic So-
ciety continues to hold Meetings
in the Society’s Library. The
Director has been made an hon-
orary member of the Barbados
Philatelic Society and Vice-Pres-
ident o&ihc PBarhedos Arts and
Crafts Society, thus forming a
link with these Societies. The
Society was represented on a
delegation of Cultural Societies
which was received by the Act-
ing-Governor on the question of
the amenities of Queen’s Park.

The Advisory Committee of the
Department of Extra Mural
Studies of the West Indies which
was recently formed, holds its
meetings in the Society’s Library.
The President, the Hon. Secretary
and the Director have been ap-
pointed members of the Com-
mittee.

The Hon, Secretary has been

Queen Mary Gives
To The Dollar Export Drive

ures 10ft, 2 ins. by 6 ft. 94 ins.
and consists of twelve panels

surrounded by a flowered border

to which Her Majesty is now

putting the final touches. Its
colours have been blended by
her to a design drawn by the
Royal School of Needlework,
from whom she originally learnt
her craft. It bears her royal
signature,

When Queen Mary decided to
vive the carpet to the nation to
be sold, it was suggested to her
that the proceeds might be
donated to the National Trust or
to one of the charities in which
she is interested. It was her ex-

press wish, however, that aay
money received from its sale
should go to the National

Exchequer, her view being that
it is the duty of every individual
to contribute something directly



What's on Today

Meeting, Chamber of Com-
merce at 12.00 noon,

Meeting, Board of Health at
2.30 p.m,

Mobile Cinema at 7.30 p.m.

Police Band Concert at Drill
‘Hall at 8.30 p.m, |



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nominated as the Society’s repre-

tees of the Jewish Cemetery.
Future Policy
The policy of holding a monthly
exhibition and placing a museum
object on special exhibition are
to continue during 1950. Further
lectures will also be given during
1950. The entrance gallery lead-
ing to the Library is to be re~
arranged, and the re-labelling of
the Fish Gallery completed. New
material donated to the Museum |
will be placed on permanent ex-
hibition. The screen in the Library |
is to continue to present the)
British Commonwealth by photo- |
graphs loaned by the Regional
Information Officer. West Indies. |
Attendance
During 1949 there were 2491)
visitors to the Museum and 560
visitors to the Exhibition held
by the Barbados Arts and Crafts
Society during August. During
1948 no complete record of Vis-
itors was kept; the record began
1st. August 1948. Between Ist
August 1948 and 3lst December
1948 there were 434 visitors, as
compared with 1717 visitors dur-
ing the corresponding period in|
1949. |
Children’s Museum

The Children’s Museum had a_ busy
and successful year during 149. Group
from nine schools sent pupils regular!»
until the end of the Summer term.
September, South District Girls Schoo!
ceased to attend owing to transport diffi
culties. In the aster term, Mrs
Whewell acted for Mrs. Sweet, and th«
classes were based on the story of th
Cocoa Farmer, Wool. Cotton and Paper
which were illustrated by film strips. 1
the summer term map-making, the find-
ing of direction and the use of the
compass were studied, Children dre”
sketch maps of their schools and of
their routes to the Museum. During
the Christmas term the Growth of the
Map of the World was begun, which |
involved stories of exploration and
discovery. The children drew maps of
the world and marked on these the!
voyages of discovery Objects from tiie |
Museum were used at the demonstrations
In September, Mrs. PP. M. Swee
resigned from the post of Guide Teacher
The Dirertor acted during the Christmas
term as Guide Teacher
has as yet, been made

No appointmer

At the beginning of the Christmas
helidays Mr, John Harrison lectured to
Blementary School teachers on ‘Art

Owing to the number of
ended the lectures, 170,
y to repeat the first three
As the result of the

Appreciation.”



AT
hers that the course would last three
days, 45 teachers only were able to
attend the last two lectures. The
lectures appeared to be well received
During the Christmas term it ‘as
decided, on the recommendation of the
Director of Education, that after the 3ls' |
March, 1951 the Children’s Museum |
should cease to hold classes for schoo" |
children. The unspent balance of the |
Grant made under the Colonial Develop- |
ment and Welfare Act will be expended |
on the purchase of showcases, models
ana diagrams for the establishment of
Children’s Museum

|
|

THE JOURNAL |

The Quarterly number of the Journal |
for May 1949, is the latest to be pub-|
lished Consequently, the publication ig}
still as much in arrears as it ‘vas in 1948

AUDITORS }
The Society's Honorary Auditors, |
Messrs. C. K. Pile & Com gned xt
the, end pt June 1949, and 5 ng. Fits
patrick Graham & Co., were ap
as the Society's Honorary Auditors. Th
Council wishes to record its grateful
thanks to Messrs, Kirkpatrick Pile & Co
for having acted as the Saciety's aviitors
since the inception of the Society, and
to Messru. Fitzpatrick Graham & Co
for kindly consenting to act as the
Society's Hon. Auditors since the begin- |
ning of July 1949.

A Carpet

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to help the country in its need |
for dollars, At 82, Her Majesty
is still an unflagging worker,
with a craftsman’s pride in her
work,

To part with the carpet on!
which she has worked so long!
must be a great sacrifice to her
as well as to her children and
grandchildren, but her action is
in keeping with her whole life|
of love and service. |

The incentive which inspired}
its making was love of England’s |
tradition of craftsmanship. That!
which has now inspired its gift}
to the Exchequer is the love and
desire to serve the nation which
has animated Queen Mary all her
days.

The only condition to the sale}
of the carpet is that its ultimate
home should be some _ public
institution. This has been decided |
by the Committee to which, with |
Queen Mary’s approval, the
Treasury has entrusted the nego-|
tiations for sale. The Committee, |
which is presided over by the}
Dowager Marchioness of Read-|
ing, includes: —

Sir Cecil Weir (Chairman of
the Dollar Export Board.) Sir
Clive Baillieu; Sir Charles Ham- |
bro; Sir Patrick Hannon; Mr. J
Laurence Heyworth; Mr. J. Me-
Clean; Sir Robert Sinclair; Mr. |
Vincent Tewson, {





| of sugar.
1949. ing would do much to upset the intricate and
| efficient mechanism which you have built up
sentative on the Board of Trus.| {sr distribution, we feel the following facts
| may be of interest to you :—

wife and manufacturer
finest sugar in the world.

| £ 17,000,000.
America pay us dollars for the services 0! |





MEMO. ON SUGAR

As nationalisation of sugar refin-|

THE SUGAR INDUSTRY
The difference between the British Sugar

Corporation and the Sugar Refiners must
always be borne in mind. The Corporation
manufactures and refines Beet Sugar which
is grown in this country. The Refiners, among
whom Tate and Lyle Limited is the largest
refine mostly imported cane sugar. The Cor-
poration is subsidised and Treasury controll-
ed: the Refiners are not subsidised and have
always been examples of free enterprise at
| its best.

“MONOPOLY”
Tate and Lyle handle 53% of the sugar

consumed in Britain. The remainder is carried
out by five other firms and the British Sugar
Corporation. There is nothing to prevent other
companies entering the industry and there
is no price ring.

Consumers are protected by the provisions

of the Sugar (Reorganization) Act of 1936,
| drawn up from recommendations of the
{Greene Committee.

Cane sugar refiners offer the British house-
the cheapest and

We are not on the list for investigation by

the Monopolies Commission.

PROFITS
In the financial year 1947-48 our turnover

was £78,500,000.

Of this figure net individuals were only

0.7%.

Since 1935 we have ploughed back £7,000,-

000 to make British sugar refining the most
efficient in the world.

SHAREHOLDERS
Tate and Lyle have 17,000 stockholders. Its

| efficient financial policy has brought invest-
ment in this Company to be regarded as “gilt
edged” in the Industrial Market.

Even Dr. Edith Summerskill had to admit,
in November 1945, that cane sugar refiners

receive no subsidy whatsoever. Apart from
the normal DOMESTIC subsidy on sugar—
which goes to the housewife as in the case of
meat, cheese, fats and other foods—the only |
subsidy for sugar in this country goes to the |
farmers to encourage sugar beet growing.

LABOUR RELATIONS
Fifty per cent. of our employees have been

with us for 15 years or over. The least a man

can earn is 2/5'4d. per hour, Without over-
time the average pay of all male weekly
workers is about £7. All our employees get
at least a fortnight’s holiday with pay.

£65,000 was spent last year to bring down |
the price of canteen meals. Our workers |

can enjoy an 11d. dinner (meat, two veg. and
“afters”’).

Welfare schemes include :—
Marriage grants.
Christmas gifts.

Sick pay.

Long service grants.
Pensions schemes.
Ex-gratia pensions.
And other bonuses.

We have not had a strike since the general
strike of 1926.
EFFICIENCY

There is £2,000 worth of machinery for

every worker.

Last year we exported 10,000 tons of sugar |

per week (1/3rd of our output) valued at

one of our technologists.
EMPIRE DEVELOPMENT

It is our policy to help the Government in|

every way to increase the amount of sugat
which can be made available to Great Britain
To this end we have already opened a iiew
and most modern estate and factory at
Monymusk in Jamaica, which is financed by
£ 2,000,000 of private Capital and which will
save the country $4,000,000 a year by pro-
during more Empire sugar. Other similar
projects are in view.

No Empire country, even in the days of
surpluses, has had to carry over unsold stocks
from one crop to the next. The Empire will
always find a willing market here for its
produce.

MARGIN

The margin on which Sugar Refiners work
is the smallest in any comparable business in
the country.

These facts prove how wanton is the threat
to nationalise our industry. It is one more
example of the lengths to which the Nation

| alisers will go to put into effect ther doc-

trinaire theories which are working to the
detriment of employee, consumer, grocer and
shareholder alike.

es



The Staff Of The Public Library Aim To Please

To The Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—Your leader on the public
library leaves little, if anything,
to be added, but perhaps a word
in praise of the staff, coming
from a private source, might not
be out of place I realize how
unusual it is to speak or write
favourably of persons still living
but believe that, in this case, no
real harm can result

As a_ frequent

SIR,—-The

and are
the
part

“The

“Times”

user of the



. ing conditions under whic the . . , s. : q "he i > Adan > time.
library I have observed there only g conditions under wich able lodging houses and gambling a rather lonely figt i oo nats Ene Apvocate,
; 5 Y men live are causing growing CON- houses. The men lose self-respect y fight to help the SIR,—It is regrettable that it
the highest degree of efficiency po Ses. e men lose self-respect, men coal ae a 2 We are having frequent rains
and dispateh combined with the , their hopes of well-paid jobs are The problem of finding work am oo on meets and nothing which we know must cause mc e
friendly ; : i ; .so Gashed, and they become resentf: con S ding work is has been done to aid those poor Se
most friendly courtesy and desire Before the war there was a large op" Uy) : come resentful made difficult by some prejudice unfortunate people that los danger. It is not because our
to hel. In my opinion this pai indian population in the area, but of what seems to them to be among employers afraid ie : ence . € oe e that lost their houses are standing that the whole
r ; tg ” ‘ atra > ° 5 «
ticular public service can be it disappeared during the bomb- British “exploitation, trouble; nevertheless, thanks to a 7 os oa oe . night of of the inside is not battered
compared favourably with a ing. About 1943 the immigration The prime need is for a good SYMpathetic manager of the local + eae gel t th wee oes * goes 10 When we read through the
eae . ‘ ic : é s , 5 S S wy > *
similar institution anywhere. May from West Africa began, the men hostel with recreational facilities employment exchange, greater | a fo ‘a e re eer whom we columns we notice a debate takes
1 take this opportunity of sug- occupying the empty houses. and for a male welfare officer confidence and more toleranc e are xt » ws a fo |s our represent- up most of the valuable time
: . +1 ; . er co . > ¥ Ss omy - - p S ‘ . yt
gesting that fines om overdue Coloured American and ( anadian The Colonial Office has been con- being built up and more men are }, win — preach interest at arguir which playing ; }
; ‘ ‘ ; being i 4 7m — heart, coupled with tell us your oe uch playing field t
books should be credited directly troops went there on leave, and cerned w ith the welfare of met wang employed Those out of ; . ° _— Vv ng with some “eF
; ae : ‘ thle ) wy 5 oh nar wy OS ut < gol ring
to the library and not at pre + since the war stowaways from but last December closed its hostel ork get national assistance, but OUD'SS: & i we will fight them. amounts voted for anot} opps
ie aw tes West Africa and the West Indies “Colonial Hous¢ For one reason the w ell- jressed appearance of Now in the time of this catas- aah a si : : anc _ case
tended to drift there as well or another, eithe ‘ , some of them and the high prices “OPM no one seem tw have any ; i o vi. ™ nr ee
P Sas t t they pay for ommé : i if interest in ing $2/).000
we rhere is 1 f 1 e€ \ catered : ‘ : iil :
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librar ! ies, and they do n« the ae ste ich. so thai Social : 7 \ . ige _
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growth
colony in Stepney and the worsen-

London Sees A Problem
To The Editor, The Advocate
London County
Council have set up a Committee .
to help coloured men in London
appealing for
Their action follows an article in
which I

are a criminal

funds.

quote in
ways. Many are
week for a bed w

coloured jn a room with

of the

It is not suggested that the men
nuisance, though
there are “incidents”, but what is
happening is that coloured men—
reputed to be decent on arrival—
have such difficulty
home that they fall an easy prey
to adventurers and drift into evil

‘Phe area is a we

integrated with
munity and
colonial welfare

in finding a in the colonies.

paying £1 5s. a
ithout a mattress
five other men.
arren of undesir-

taken

able voluntary







were that social
adequate and the men should be

that
should be spent

Little official action is now being
to improv
Edith Ramsay, who is doing valu-
part-uume
and the Franciscians are fightin

Labour and
different parts of

services were

the local

money

cum-
for
countries later as

This, coupled with better welfare
facilities and a hostel, would do

much to
situation.”

ease

e matters. Miss

work,



found

that they can either stay here in
employment or go back to their be

Poor People

work in
the country, so

In my plain view of the matter
and in support of an article in
the recent columns, if no aid will
given, come out boldly and
say so, but if it happens now tnat
the Priest and Levite pas> on the
other side, I know the good
Samaritan will stop and rescue
his people, not with words which
do not count, but we will still re-
member this treatment at election

skilled workers.

a dangerous

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it tudor 5 old, and lays about six nomic Co operation " Agtednens Tar. | less eeu red that it woul 2 Sean, a . ” antes for th nte quick, Peasy eae nd theoe troubles. . a iad
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two ¥ eek, is fed on Purina. The| xingaget® Governments of the Unitea | unwise to abandon all } , ica e felt that they should have a tren sy ; a ree This discovery is In pleasant, easy-to- | Brylifoam, is right for kind of heir, ©
aw eight of its eggs is 3| America’ *"@ the United States of lakers ye Sit Ope of the! comprehensive development Board | “inment of these men has been take tablet form, is absolutely harmless, | Overy: .

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average Wels Documents laid were ; eee development of the| which would have the respon- arranged: and the crew are Took- dose away with sland operations and 1s | % Rething te get ready dark, fair, greasy, dry. Only clean, microscopically
qUNeeS. -kles thinks that this one| ,,,8, Statement of the sums of mones The Cc ; sibility of planning for industrial| Ng forwar@ to having an enjoy- Dring? Tt works directly on the glands and © Sothing to mix clean hair can show its glorious sheen and — :

be mr. Beckles thin’ Iks | Paid over to the Colonial Treas. | te Committee on the assump-| development of the colony as a| able stay here. nerves, and puts new, rich blood and en- glinting high lights, Sce what a diffe:
ve in two yolks. by the Commissioner of Police " | ti he over a og oe in your veins. In 24 hours you can see | a ence
y hav tNettitiaitar a rer of Police during on that Government clearly} whol Three dances to be h ¥ s
may quarter ended Sist Dee arly hole. eld on f t younger, Your | * Bething to spill Brylifoam makes to dull, lifeless ot greasy hair— |
er mid-day yester-| 4 Stateme ‘O eecemiber; and understood th: hi F mie ai ti February 7. 9 d getting , vy
HORTLY after mid-day y : ent of the sums of money | c at there were very In paragraph five of the ry 7, 9, and 14 have been eyes you feel alive and full of ay
day, four Americans — tio} Bees the Motor Trae Branch ‘o | considerable risks in undertaking | Addendum, they were cold that of | Planned for them by the Royal eee Te tee ee pines wentee %* Quicker te apply now the hidden loveliness is revealed ; sets last
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Boston and two from Brook-| 15.11.49 to a1iz49, “°* ‘he period | to finance this clay working indus-| the $70,000 they were voting,|@%d Merchant Navy Welfare restorer, called Virtues nteed. It | longer, wo. Brylfoam the cream shampoo for Sea
visited the Children’s Good- | tion epounell concurred in a Reésoly. | tY» had Suggested that the industry | $24,000 represented the cost of the League. eee Cire oe } ® Quicker te dry lowely ladies who treasure their hair — ideal, too, —
will League and Baby Creche. | pert or experts to to Bet an oil ex- Should not be developed on the] “ervices of a ceramic expert for} On February 11, 40 of the crew undera tee of satisfaction or money |
they were invited by Mr. John; ing of regulations and the grantine tz | ill scale envisaged in Mr,| three years—more than one third| 8° expected to go to the Crane vigour and energy and trom 10 to'z0 years |
ies M.B.E., to see thej jgepses under the Petroleum Act, |Brannams report estimated tc} of the money asked for in the to PACT, be a. younger, or you merely return the empty |
that the League is doing for Other Resolutions concurred in | COSt,, $144,000, but by way of «| resolution. The “Devonshire” will also be package and | wow teaney back. A ape. |
game of the poor children of Bar- | were for $2,500 for the services ot | Maller expansion of the present| He was willing to concede that | treated to games but due to the ~ costs little, and the |
sins an iiiease mae BE. to inquire plant, the estimated cost of whict|if they wanted special service = ite intercolonial fixtures here Vi-T: bs a ae
‘ ode 2 5 ation and organiza- Ww c as . . " : ss ot ¢ iviti ; . |
Foe aa nce. and | ea othe, General Hospi; azo | WOuld be of the order of $70,000| {rom an expert in that sphere they | #t Kensington, no activities will Sagteves Mambood ‘and Vitality |
Fe k, Mrs. Reginald Ince and for a course of training in the U.K out of which $24,000 would rep- would have to pay him. e carried on there. |
Ue daughter Miss Hazel Ince and} {ot a. Se the Lance jomticer and an |resent the cost of the services of| Th¢ expert in his report of tha Y. M. P. C. have booked two |
: Revere, saw 54] for an officer of epartment; $600 " a: sianaath ates " ro »: me Flora R or ficer of the Education De- |@ Ceramic expert for thre years | Proposed clay working industry in . em for )
in from various elementary aaa to attend a course in Ja- } and $14,000 for working capital Barbados included few apprentices February 8 and 15, These match- ”
js take their lunch. They! repairs to Mt. Tan won: $700 for | and contingencies S capine'| and set out that unskilled labour- | ©S Will take place at Y. M. P. C., DON'T forget to take a {ii}
e highly of the etiquette of & The Council passed a Bill’to amend Further Pro osal ers should be paid 30/- a week and | STounds. ’ \ Package of Fancy Biscuits
the chiaren. give effect to Act ett s0 as to The Committee tnt acini g|numore. He however in the Donen ii tine and some Chocolate Bars
c “4 A a © mendat f ce j Y = "
i nce, who is an employee the Fisheries Advisory Committee that the undertakin Ss coe OF Pie irae TOCOREOR. ASE for your Lunch when you z
Ince, that articles of fist j & should be} that 50/- a week should & z /, . ’ :
yith the Federal Government, told | exempt from Cuctane gauipment be |run by a small Board and this to certain skilled la eee oe. Se Yacht ‘Peggy Nan £0 to fy f.3
‘Advocate’ that they have Another Bill passed w: is proposal was acceptable to Gov- oo ed labourers in the oe
the ‘Adv ‘ 3 the Naturalizati was to amend | * p 0 GOV-! industry. : ett ih
Be Adare in tne USA, but| 2 Nratndon "A" saO™§R2 | Sonment Map Sat Has Arrived |), CRICKET A
" at these centres the children are in connection with the reeiireayaee Mr. Adams said that it was Great Disparity | r “é mt Es
not given meals or clothes. Ting ’nship so as to bring them into | Pointed out to him that Mr. Bran- a Crawford said that there The Yacht “Peggy Nan” which }) Fancy Biscuits in Packages
the party left the League ith concessions recently made nam was an excellent 5 and} “8S sreat disparity between the E By . ; 2 a
Before p in the U.K man and : was ex P Petit Beurre, Digestive
Madgme Revere addressed the, After getting some consideration, |2@Y. Were extraordinarily for-| S@lary of the ceramist who wouid the etna oF i ba aa incol a children. She told them to always the Bul for promoting the cultiva: tunate in getting a man “of his ne paid $8,000 a year and that of bad 3 yack Cee ae — ee x hsolomey ae
pear in mind the good work that Simson aban Was Postponed to be | type in the West Indies. he unskilled labourer who was se gf 4 a Club Season, 1950, Puff Carnival Assorted,
is being done for them, so that The Council adjourned sine die | He did not think that the Reso- | “My going to receive $374 a year. Sch i ae we Nice, Marie, Tri-Fruit Puffs. .
sme day they may grow up to F lution should have a long passage} , He said that if they were to s led. fr "St. Luci ae Fancy Biscuits in Tins
fe citizens that Barbados would HOUSE because both the House and the] ‘Udy these schemes, they would | Sled from St. Lucia. Assorted Creams, Popular
id of. Other Place were in favour of@ See that the -salaries of officials The “Enterprise S.” also Assorted Creams," Popular
be proud of. WHEN the House of Assemb) establishing a Gover cen nd experts w r y spa | Drought 50 tons of steam coal, 63 Asst: Garden Cream, Fruit
: “ , WE f Assembly met 1ing a Government Potters xperts who came down here | ° divatane: 30 ses
REST in the Intercolonial lowing Papow:tams Jaid th: col- |Industry although chis was not{ {Tom the United Kingdom were] CYlinders of gas and a motor car. Cream, Shortbread, Selected
Cricket Tournament is increas- Message No. 9/1950 from His Exce. | 20 establishment, but an extension] Very often ane third of in some| Messrs Schooner Owners’ Assoc- Asst: Cream Crackers,
daily and re a have leney the Governor to the Honour- jo ee project, cane even more than one third| ®40n are agents. Cheese Crisps, Afternoon
Bepmreed 10 CONAtE Prizes./ the Honourable House wee eorming e therefore moved the pass-|{ ef the proposed expenditure : Ae |
nes ; urable House that, : et . . pass ” xp . OV sst: Choc
ket is undoubtedly a re-| installation as Chancellor of the Ug |ing of the Resolution. Unlike the senior member ‘or “E, d W a ae = oa mets
ion with most Barbadians, sq versity College of the West Indies | Dr. H. G. Cummins (L) sec-| St. Joseph, he had at faith in ndeavour e Biscuits, Carnival Asst }
oP: , Bridget , * in Jamaica, Her Royal Highness Pr lend ihiliti gre : $ !
om early tomorrow ae ee cess Alice, Countess of Athlone will onded. the possibilities of secondary in- Chocolates in Tin & Boxes }
will be a cee aes er visit certain BWI. Colonies." Her la Mr. R. G. Mapp (L) thought] sustries in the colony and most Crew Were Saved Black Magic, Cadburys {|
ness point of view and a don hee ee oe in, Barba- | that the Government was worthy|0t them would be delighted it Milk Tray & Roses, Cad- $i)!
. s M.S slasgov ) onda. lo > nas 1 at . oe . . . ‘ * i r 8, ad-
will lead to Kensington, the Gth of March and will leave u, |Of the greatest measure of praise | Something worth while did emerge The 45-ton Schooner “Endeav- se AUT
Mirough an omission the: names} Friday the 10th of March, \. °" | for the step they had taken in the| from this project, our W.” sank between Tobago|{} PUTYs Assorted, Rowntree’s |
Pot Messrs Manning & Co., Ltd.,| | Message reagan aru Mh Gxeel- | matter and they deserved every| Mr. E. L. Ward (E.) said that in| and Trinidad recently, Mr. King Assorted, Nestles Assorted \
« aoa y ioverno. o the onou | clrirpeace . ee . . i. v? " |
and Newsam & Co., did se nn ar} able the House of Assembly on the | SUCCESS. embarking on a scheme of that| of the Schooner Owners’ Assoc- Chocolate Bars ia)
amongst those firms who will close subject of the application to Barba- | He said that there were one or} nature and knowing nothing at| iation told the “Advocate” yes- Mars, Vanity Fair, Kit- | a!
* for cricket. dos oF re Economic: Co-Operation }two questions he would like to]all of the possibilities of running | terday, The entire crew of seven r. TS 2 OW) ott RS |
: Agre ent vetween the Government lesk the Leader of the H ne the scl 2 r , Kat, Caley Tray, Cracker
N ACCIDENT occurred on| of the United Kingdom and the Unitea | °° eader of the House, one Scheme, one would have to} have been saved and were land- ; Me = if
A Tnierprise Road at about States of America. of which arose from the consid-|Pay experts for their advice. ed at British Guiana milk, Crunchie, Cadbury ({t) fi)
: rs a é a u Statement showing the Gross Cus- | erati > renor ‘ > Mr 3 . + M Sa rhage ee : Nie .
Me. Binder when thel. toms emo pacer the. < roa Cus- | eration of the report made by Mr He supposed that Government Mr. King said that he received Milk, Whole Nut, Roasted
: a ats M, 2495. owned and| â„¢onths ended sist December, 1949 |Brannam. Firstly, he wanted to; Would try to get the best expert the news through an_ overseas Almonds, Fruit & Nut |
moor ar ncoln Diane of Bank | Pst Office Advances for the pay. | Know who constituted the Com-|knowledge for the scheme on| cal} on Monday night Bournvill : filk,
driven by Lincoln Digrant of Ban Dont ot Money Orders to the 3ist |mittee mentioned in the Adden-| Which they were going to embark.| + Gein Asean SEE cd Bournville, Frys Milk, “ae

ff the road, into a field 1949 ; The “Endeavour W was a ; a f
Hall, ran o e road, into a field nt of the sums of money |@Um as it would be interesting to|Government felt that the scheme vesse] well known to Barbadi: Almond & Raisin, Nut Milk. ‘i
of canes and eventually struck a paid over to the Colonial Treasurer | Know the members. was going to be a success and they i hoet ankle. ae oan AL )) 5
telephone pole. by the Commissioner of Police during | |should have the most reliable is ven ——— oe ee I Pint The

Durant was later taken to the| the quarter ended 31st December, | Ve - | expert atson on ecember 1 an lermos hae
7 , ; Da 1949. ery Interesting xpert. ss acai S f
General Hospital and detained. Statement of the sums of money —_ ; ain | A Bit Sceptical | Svayed. fae <9. days. ; Sun Glasses. ;
; extensively damaged. static Atta eta eaten | die said that it struck him| .,| It left Barbados for Trinidad
The car was ex y g paid the Motor T ic Branch to | | On the other hand he w a | e
the Colonial Treasurer for the period aw very interesting that they pe é Cer SANG AO Was’ e Dts’) on January 28 under ballast. atl
ORK at Sandy Lane Factory, | 15th November, 1949, to the 31st De- |should advise the Governor-in- | SC¢Ptical about the whole matter. 4
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IT IS with deep regret that the

an hour yesterday due to the death Mr. Adams: Resolution for $380 to |T€commended by Mr. Brannam. inet Zoing to be as great as it shoul
of Mrs. S. C. Thorne. supplement the Estimates 1949—50, | Mr. Brannam in his report eel een great as it should Mrs 7 C Th a HEAD OF BROAD STREET
The mark of respect was paid] supplementary Estimates 1949-50. Nn | COMmended a scheme for $144,000 | "©, o We ° orne
Supplementary Estimates 1949—50, No. | . They knew that when they were = AGENTS.
from 9.00 a.m. to 10.00 a.m, 29, which form the schedule to this | but Government by a way of ; i > SS

resolution. |smaller expansion of the present going to embark on a new scheme,

Mr, Adams; Resolution for $23,598 they should try to command | Advocate announces the death ot









FINE of 30/- to be paid in | plant, propose : 7 :
, t lement the Estimates 1949—5 } Plant, posed to spend $70,000.} "4. ae . a eal : : =

mone month with an alterna-| past Y Grover ae es eae 50, it might be said that the smalleq| 1/2" Kets to export the goods and | Mrs. Lotiee Daley Thegne, wite of
tive of one month’s imprisonment} Supplementary Estimates 1949-50, No. |they started the better it would the Government had no concrete | Mr. S. C. Thorne, former Presi-
Lot syne of | 30, Which form the Schedule to’ this nae : eee oe oe proposals that they would export nt of the Legislative C : °

simposed on Allan Alleyne of sesh oy be for the future success of the . : Pi de the Legislative Council.

Vackson by His Worship Mr, E. A.| “Mr. Cox: Resolution to fix, with |scheme. On the other hand they a rr of the scheme for any| Mrs, Thorne who had reached Qs y Or a Oc ak ,ASI1OI lS
os yesterday, effect from, the ist, March, 1950, the might go and start too small me “es Pa iiahaaliileatl tits the age of seventy three was the ies
shutting cna Seating lit printed papers (including books, he would like to know if they in a strong position and should gd Bextit, daughter o :

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Mr. and Mrs. Cooper Boxill. She
shared with her husband a busy

commercial papers and newspapers)
transmitted from this Island to Great
Britain and British Empire countries.





were any sound reasons given by
the Committee for so doing,

know if they could risk $70,000 DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS, white 54x72

Harbin on January 4, on the scheme

Harbin said that Alleyne struck









: , He felt that if the industry $ : : life int ted in e has f
: A Mr. Cox: Resolution to fix, with os istry was Personally, he did not think ie interested in every phase 0 * : fe
her in her face (near the right] fect from the ist March, 1950, the | to succeed, it was very important becheme meok® a good oh for _ activity concerned with the well in pink, blue & green 54x54 ......,......... $3.73 ms
tye) with his fist. air mail, postage on seteatay uaa | the small Board was well chosen country, but after trying for aj|being of the people. In_ her '
ar air letter forms a sset ans i‘ . a rs z= a ys a i
ELENA NICHOLLS, a 30-| destination set out in column one = —- the recommendations of} few years and that was the only | earlier years there was no accent *
year-old domestic servant of oa Pach Gena Peake nett | effect mer 2 nn nto} one they think would make a sue- | on women’s ipa gy ooialinage io.
Bank Hall, was put on bond for} destination in column two of the said | Mr hAnea' ince : -Â¥ Haters he would support it so that} but to those on and around the Rayon and Cotion Table Cloths
Mm six months in the sum of £2] Schedule. ; pes bien tan t the Ee re gh the] it would not be said that they on plantations in the parish of St. j
r . =~ OY = “ox! SO oO o c ers oO » > oC - he af : o 7
yesterday by His Worship Mr. | eitaed: Son We ist March, 1980, the | prised Hon'ble DG, ban that side of the table were trying | James, she was a kind friend. ‘
H, A, Talma., | air mail postage rate on printed mat- |) A 6S Bryden We Cacock,!to do something to prevent the|She wore an air of dignity be- : i ;
ter (including books, commercial | T. 4, 8. Bryden, Hon. F. C. | success of the scheme. in green, gold, blue 54x70 $5.50)

é | ; j ri i indli-
She was found guilty of steal- papers and newspapers) addressed to | Hutson and Mr, C, A. Coppin and hind which she carried’ a, kindli

































ee pair of cart wheels valued Great Britain, tt: Resolution to | Ue were asked to advise the . : * ness of heart which made her
al . i of Courtney iuinea of the compulsory acquisi. |Government on the economic as Appoint 3 For highly respected. ; . é
offen Ms eckles Road. The tion by the Governor-in-Executive | well as the marketing side of the Always robust and hearty, she Lace Supper Cloths 66x86 .. $9.00
te was committed on Feb- | Committee of 7,710 square feet of land | scheme, WwW rld C G. enjoyed life to the full and took
om * | Se Puan of tease call Precarious 0 UP GAME | part in the social life of the colony
AROLD FIELDS of Ieece’s} ters and as a hauling-up site for Mr. J. H. Wilkinson (E) said LONDON, Feb. 7 in which she was a leading figure. . eCCOS ; 6 4 the Fishe De ri . 4) Sale 4 ot aah ‘ ing
Tenantry, St. Michael, Velopment scheme. "| that the scheme was not likely| Asked by the World Cup Com-| She was a devoted wife and loving
fined 10/- and 1/- costs in Mr. Goddard tabled an Address | to be e@ financial success as the| mittee to appoint officials for the| mot oe COR ‘< c. h a ae
or 14 days’ imprisonment| Télative to, the erection io 4. a |report of the business people did} preliminary match between Spain| @ husband, Mr. S. C. oe. AVE
Mhen he appeared before Hig) M@ket at Silver Sands, Christ | not indicate that there would be| and Portugal in Madrid on April} Son Mr, Jack Thorne, and three } *%9 '
atin Mr, H. A. Talma yester- Mr. Allder tabled an Address in large markets for pottery andj 2, the Football Association have | eee oe eee ee '
Y for not keeping his premises ‘ connection “with the increase of lux- flower pots, The scheme mainly | invited R. J. Lefe of Nottingham ubrey reher, an rs. G. L 10 i
. =e a s and leasure crafts i . sha )
of stagnant water liable to eee aie ran eer "| seem to depend on the export to| to be referee and N. W. Hillier| Harford. ; , 11, 12° é& 18 BROAD STREET |
mosquitoes, Mr. Goddard gave notion of a Pages like St. Vincent and Gren-| Northampton and W. B. Everett To these and other —— i
question re the cessation of work ada and to him that seemed very | Suffolk to act as linesmen relatives the Advocate tenders ” i
‘ » ‘§’ bend at Harmony Hall, | s : : s , s f :
HE RIGHT fenders of two cars| 2” ,th@,,S\ bend at Harmony Ha precarious. —Reuter.i deepest sympathy. i

Christ Church, |
Mr, Allder gave notice of a ques-
tion relative to the control of and
revenue derived from horse-racing.
The House passed the following
A Resolution for $70,000 to sup-
plement the Estimates Part IT, Capital



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Ss Gill of Indian Gr ig d| as shown ity the, Supplementary Esti- ee
fe Lawrence Hinds of ‘the ay os $8,072 to supple- | 4 GEROUS GA E! Your Cost of Living Bonus for Heinz Vegetabl |
_ ress and E 3, owned and ment the Estimates 1949—50, Par ; , egetable }
en by Evans Bayne of| Capital as shawn in te sue D N M , }
i Spei ts ° mentary Beatin aion 208? oro a e Thurs ’
. c to approve the Order entitled “The day Friday & Saturday » Ox Tail
SAP of motor car} Payment of Leave Passages | redler, ‘y
X 329 was knocked off when| {90.2 Ganmites | Usually Now » Mulligatawny Wl
; peident occurred on Welches The House further “discussed” the | Grolisch Pilsner Beer i ;
oh on Frag at about 5.30| Bill to amend the Gas Wor a Are you nervous and fidgety during the per bot. 26 21 » Kidney i
: ne House decided that Mr F ae |
€ accident involved > car ae oat : yresent the Barbados | |
Bt owned by Harold Roach of Konia a the, installation “hie J day, ready to snap anyone’s head off at Grolisch Pilsner Beer Lady Dane Tomato ' i
eyes oy driven by Park-| 83%, "VF An “as. Chancellor of the per case $6.24 4.50 di
X 1032, hed and oe 7 So the slightest provocation ? R.W.B. Tomato q
Bteinbox of Worthing. | nentat'a' noon es 1 Tens Trinidad Grape Fruit {
Bea Juice 23 2 Mortons Pea Soup i
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. Nervous exhaustion coupled with low- Cream of Wheat, large 51 48 i
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TEETHING ered vitality may well be the cause. MEAT DEPT
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need be no restless nights, rn oer a even: MME Vi wis. ov aan .. 400. Australian Beef Hy
0 tears, no baby dennten, if 1 AN SASILY ASHIMILABLE FOAM
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trialist who is looking for new ideas and equipment for his office |
or plant—(b) to wholesalers, retailers, importers and jobbers |

who wish to purchase goods for profitable re-sale.

For all information concerning
The Canadian International Trade Fair
please consult:

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Canodian Government Trade Commissioner
43 St. Vincent Street
Port-of-Spain, Trinidad

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DIED FOR RENT Apyaeancies in the Elementary Teaching Service
yESPA LWELLYNE. et ICATIONS are invited from teachers with az least :6 THE Séibbe ae =
ree er ET erat aa ci a experience for the Headships of the following Davidson” willvaccept Cargo and
Bierce” | HOUSES "St. Silas’ Gis |] seats” “NE
oy leave ; vy Cemetery. é as’ Girls’ : ;
vil leer the Westhifichael Mayers) FLATS fully furnished with Refrig- St. Clement’ . Seheal, St. James'—Grade I. The Scnooner -Zentth" will lean
Doorren), Cynthia CORB, Carl Dist ane linen at . Worthing, 2 . S Boys’ School, St. Lucy—-Grade I | act eet Cargo and, Passengers for
ii ; . . ini ; . : : : ; . ic a s i
onan, Arthur Callender. |. ED, is The minimum professional qualification required is the Cer- | Thursday 9th February
ne PSTAIRS PREMISES — and foot mar “st the Department or exemption therefrom. The Schooner “Mary E. Carol-
. § Street, very spacious an - alary will be in d +6 ine” will accept Cargo and Pas-
airy. Suitable for ‘offices, : accordance with Government Scales for Domi i
i ca. ~ many uses. Appis’ Thong ie? Head Teachers in Elementary Schools, day 1th Feorusn eet
for ° me 3468. 4.2:50—-t ts 4. Candidates should applicati The Schooner “Lady Noel
somes ~ . : e ou make application on the appropriate will acauee aah wah
P —— Worthing” “in Avenise fonaing dated st +h which may be obtained from the Department of Education. All for Dominica sailing Friday 10ti
Sands. Containing spacious Verandane oe cations must be in the hands of the Director of Education by oo ae 7 ”
: Dining Rooms, Paswe ons Drawing and ednesday, 15th February, 1950. pf AM ig a ll

























an liste, eee " h Schoo St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Gren ada,
cranes 00 oF means GE. | or Diat sige, TO PE Wm. Henrys St. Vincent. - ; =
FE eo in good order. WINSLOW--Cattlewash, St. J b Applications are invited f i i B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNEPS
“oar: 1935 io ea.” Geiven from Feb. 16 and also the months 1 the Girls’ High or the post of an Assistant Mistress for ASsectAaion Umeo
es ures lease Superlative, |S: ea . sume and July 1950. Apply = s _ School, ST. VINCENT, B.W.I., Tel. 4047
B ‘ . 7.2.50--2n| Mrs. W. T. Gooding, Strong Plan- e salary of the post, which is i i : : .
i tation, St. ‘Thomas : . pensionable, is as follows: —
: ee wryvern (2 hy. 8.2.50—3n. Graduate Scaie $1,032, rising by annual increments (———" Tey
can—Vauxhall | 19 00 miles — almo;t f $72
, : iv 5, by FLAT—Unfurnishea Fla o to $1,440 per annum. ee ta a
goon! Done Garage. Dial 4615 ... | ster otha it containing a s ,
Son, counesy 7.2.50—3n | [WO ae ee & ‘1 room, Non-graduate Scale _*’._ $480, rising by annual increments
8.2.50—5n t. LE [RH of $48 to $720 (or $960—dependent
eee eet ri ae : Cote ae qualification).
‘ i ~ot-Living Bonus on a sliding scale com-
i) King. o s i
iereules Silver, King. UBLIE SALES mintion from $109.20 per annum on a salary of $480 p.a. is |
Ltd. Dial 4476. ——————_—_!:_ yao. }
a. 18 11 40--t.t.n a ‘ . UTWARD THE UNITED KIN
ree cvCL ES Also AUCTION vocdieaenta $n may be appointed at any point in the scale, i K : = _—
Es_Aln| - Sei. © qualifications and experience, >
J yBRCULES ae dies Sports Auto| CHAIRS—Kight : 7 : } ue
a Dial 2696. $6 each. Complete Morrie Sens gecits The appointment will be probationary in the first instance, and Vessel. From Leaves Barbados.
7.2. 50—t.f.n. Boards from $15 upwards, Wardrobe | the appointee may be confirmed in the permanent, pensionable post |
———— "| $15, Bedstends tronr sien anes from rafter one year’s service. }S.S. “CRAFTSMAN” __... Glasgow 28th Jan. 11th Feb,
F sey wor Be De pation Rooms. Hard- : P onthe auen High School is under the control of the Government 7 acalariaes AN” 2 pid gy ; ey ne ie res
se Hair Fox ‘Terrier 5.2.50—3n., . t. Vincent, and teachers on its Staff possess the status of Civil | S.S. “TACTICIAN” .. Liverpool 17th Feb. 4th Mar.
ton newis imported stock. BY Instructions received from the gare NIT KIN
IPerticubrs. Apply ome C/o dag: eae ny é will sell on Fri- Free passage to St. Vincent to take up appointment is provided. HOMEWARD FOR U ED GDOM,
; oe —___——$___— Kedman & Taylor's Gan men St Mee Applications, with details of education, qualifications, age and | Vessel. For Closes in Barbados
How 5 Norton 5 H.-P. Motor. Cycle. | Xperience, and copies of not more than three testimonials should be
FD cccrricat 989 — "6 cylinder a IE “Champion | Set to the Government Secretary, Government Office, St. Vincent, not | S.S. “PHILOSOPHER” London 12th Feby.
ee tees tama ee. Excellent Ty later than 28th February, 1950.
P RADIATOR—"6 cyl. I led to 87.£ VINCENT GRI rrr tseenteitnehsesenntaisisemstsiishnennann
Diesel Radiator cooled oot aaa gt RIFFITH, |
et posse alternator 400/230. vol ee. ’ ation apply to
jaye in every way. In use 2.00" 7.2.50—3n BISHOP S HIGH SCHOOL For further information apply
furs only. Cable and 8.2.50—3n.| | CAR—By instructions of the Agente of
=. 90— v—ory 0 ie ents o:
$$ |", ined a Meaetaence Co. Lid. TOBAGO DA CUSTA & CO., LTD -Agents.
FLLANEOUS ouem o Friday {eth nt 1 pam. Ford Applications are invited for
wise “3 Car damaged by fire. Terms Cash. , “a
TANDKERCHIEFS—American Lotion, | * “ine (a) Classical Master (preferably honours degree) capable of ;
Handherbiets 7c each. ‘The Novelty 7.2.50—4n. teaching Latin and English to Higher Certificate standard. \ ° ge hi
——_—_ | ara we (b) Science Master capable of teaching Chemistry, Physics anc Canadian National Steams ips
muck AND = et remit ae EST Biology up to Higher Certificate standard. :
TPiae. 7.2.50—t.f.n.| | SHARES—33 Shares in WEST INDIA Salary in each case

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Margaret Innes has a small

of exclusive cocktail gnd din-
gr frocks just arrived from “London,
gi sues. On view every morning start-
y Feb. 8, Mayfair Gift

Club.
7.2.50—4n.
S——_——_$§$_
“Seine Boat 19 ft. Newly Built.
oo. J. M. Johnson, Rollins’ Land,
C/o Fishery Officer.
—o * 7.2.50—2n.

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| YAMS: Lisbon Yams, Price $3.00 per
WW ibs. Delivered. Apply Manager, Neils,
‘Dial 2307. 4.2.50—6n

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_ fTINGS—Galvanised pipe. All sorts

‘tom 4 in. to 1% ins, Phone 4684
Barnes & Co. Ltd.

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| AGRICULTURAL FORKS: A limited
“Quilty 2t $5.14 each. Buy your re-

ement) NOW. G. W. Hutchinson,
(0, Lid.—Dial 4222.
4.2.50—3n

| OVENS—Valor Ovens single and double
a small boiling stoves. G. W
Buchinon & Co. Ltd. Dial 4222.
4.2.50—3n.
pe eee
GALVANIZED SHEETS—Best Grade,
dnd 8ft. sheets, from $2.08 and $2.64,
“Whi they last. A. BARNES & Co., Ltd.
Ya) 4684, 4476, 13.1.50—t,f.n,

_WERITE ASBESTOS SHEETS. in 6, 7.
i a", lengths. Screws & Washers
fils. Everite Ridge Caps. A. E.
Tiyor Lid., Coleridge Street Dial 4100.

2.2.50—7n
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JENS SPORT & DRESS SHIRTS
& Retail.














Royal Store.
3.2.50—14n

JMRACTIVE BOYS SHIRTS for
and play. Royal Store. Phone
. 3.2,.50—l4n

S & BOYS PYJAMAS
Store. 3.2.50—J4n

MWS & MEN'S SHOES from $3.96
i Store. 3.2.50—l4n
‘BIST QUALITY KHAKI 72c. & @4c.
pt yard, Royal Store.

I 3.2.50—14n

JSRASSIERS 84 and 96 cents Royal
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from $3.25



MQUES of every description, Glass,
wh oy Sg ae, Silver, Water-
ni books, ips, Autographs,

it Gorringes Antique Shop, adjoin,

Yacht Club.
1.9 49—s.w.n

oe COPFER ~In packages may now
Hetai from your grocer. It is definitely
phos you can buy and will be found
fconomical than other coffees by
of the lesser quantity used to the |
7.2.50—2n









H CHEESES—3'5 Ibs. Each
iA. Srall Quantity. Very suitable

icket, arold Proverbs &
Ud. High Street,

8.2.50—3n

New Shipment of Richard
fa, oes and Popular Dance Tunes
Radio Emporium.

CORDS

8.2.50—3n,

or Sitting. Pure-bred White

. 8 from selected birds of
wae strain, 24c. each. Dial 3437.
Sty Garrison, 8.2.50—3n



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In a quiet, private
ying Guest. Rates
/. 2.2,50—t.f.n.

mMANTED TO PURCHASE

For cash Small Pro ert:
y
on ly 10-15 Acres and House,

4nd condition of house, Box
=? Advocate Co, 5.2.50—3n,

General Servant with id
of rene: Good pay. ton
ig person. Apply

8.2.50—2n

WANTED URGENTLY
ee oe Columbia Records

jo. DX-883,
at 3186, 7.280 aS







ilion tiny seams

py — ter-

“czema,

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Sot Itch and other
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ssDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1950 -

IED ADS.

age. Dial 2490,

OUSE Lucas St,

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Goods or other tand suitable for


















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. G. Hoad, Acting
Secretary, W.I. Biscuit Co, Ltd.

7.2.50—4n,

SHARES—300 (Preference 6°)
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 Friday 10th
1\30 p.m, Yearwood & Boyce,



instant at
Solicitors,
7.2.50—4n







LAND: 23,877 square feet land at To
Rock Hill, Christ Church, commanding
a beautiful view of the sea coast from
the Lighthouse to Rockley. Apply R. Ss.
Nicholls & Co. Roebuck St. Bridgetown
Solicitor, 4.2.50—6n



_
BY public competition at our Office
James Street on Friday the 10th Feb-
ruary 1950 at 2 pm. “MALTA” at
Cattlewash Saint Josepn containing 3
bedrooms. 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











PERSONAL

The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to any person or persons
whomsoever in my name as I do nov
hold myself responsible for anyone
contracting any debt or debits in my
name unless by a written order signea

by me.
OLLIVIERRE BURKE,
Mellowes Plantation,
St Joseph.

The public are hereby warned, agains!
giving credit to any Person or “Persons
v. soever in my name as I do not
hold myself responsible for anyone con-
tracting any debt ar debts in my name
unless by a written order signed by me.

Signed HUMBERT HOLDER,
Sobers Lane,





OFFICIAL NOTICE

BARBADOS,

IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction),

KENNETH CLIFFORD ial aie

BYRON WILLIAM DURANT
ARCHER ...



laintiff
Defendant

IN pursuance of an Order in this Court
in the above action made on the 5th day
of January, 1950, I give notice to ail
persons having any estate, right or inter-
be in or any lien or incumbrance affect-
ng—

All that certain piece or parcel of land
situate at Crab Hill in the parish of
Saint Lucy in this Island containing by
admeasurement three roods twenty one
perches or thereabouts abutting and
bounding on lands of B. Skinnea
Charles Bromes, M. Greaves, H. Griffith,
B. Skinner, H, Griffith, O. Armstrong,
John Griffith and on the public road 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 be-
tween 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 Bridgetown,
before the 15th day of March, 1950, in
order that such claims may be ranked
according to the nature and priority
thereof respectively; 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 15th day of March, 1950, at 10
Gee a.m, when their said claims will
be ed.

Given under my hand this 5th day of

January, 1950.
Pr I. V. GILKES,
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court of
Appeal.
7.1.50.—3n.






BARBADOS,
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction).
KENNETH CLIFFORD =r.

laintift
BYRON WILLIAM DURANT
ARCHER Defendant

NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue
ef an Order of the Assistant Court of
Appeal dated the 5th day of January,
1950, there will be set for sale to the

highest bidder at the 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 =
oa Friday lith day
h, .
‘All that certain or parcel of

land situate at Crab Hill {1 the parish of
Saint Lucy in this Island containing by
admeasurement three roods *wenty one
perches or thereabouts atutting and
bounding on lands of B. Skinner, Charles
Bromes, M. Greaves, H. Griffith, B. Skin-
ner, H. Griffith, O. Armotrong, John
Griffith and on the public road or ao
ever else 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 sime hours until
the same is sold for a swn not less than
“ne : ai Sth da: f January, 1950.
Dat this 5th y of « Te .
- I. V. GILKES,
\ Ag. Clesig of the Asst, Court of Appeal.

7.1.50.—3n.









§.2.50—3n,
“BLUE HOUSE

ness. Contact immedi-



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GOVERNMENT NOTICES

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION



31st January, 1950.

A very desir-



Vacant Post of Assistant Mistress, Girls’












$2,160 — $2,880 per annum,

PUBLIC NOTICES | LOST &





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your friends. No previous experience
necessary, Write today for beautiful free
Sample Book to Britain's largest and
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marvellous money making =

EARRING—Reward
of long cut Steel Earri:

“225 easily earned by obtaining orders
Yacht Club and Cr

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Jones, Williams & Co., Dept. 10 Victoria
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NOTICE

PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH

Applications, accompanied by Baptismal
Certificates, will be received at my
office up to 3 p.m. on Friday, 10th
February, 1960, for one or more vacari
Vestry Exhibitions, tenable at the boys
Foundation School.

Candidates must be children
parishioners mn straitened c
stances, and must be between the age
of 10 years 6 months and 12 years on the
date of the examination.

Candidates must present themselves tc
the Headmaster of the boys’ Foundation
School on Priday 17th February at 9.45
a.m. for examination.

Application forms can be obtained
from my office.

offers

o!| Choice Salted Beef
Fish

Picnic Hams 70c.

Currants 29¢. Ib

Canned Pears .....
Whole Tomatoes .....
Smail & ‘arge Tomato
Maxwell House Coffee
Blue Mountain Coffee

WOOD GODDARD, ire toserios (erecta
Parochial Treasurer, Sliced Bacon a
Christ Church. | Hemo

3.2.50—5n.
Lea & Perrin’s Sauce



Grocery Pri
We solicit

TAKE NOTICE
“CRIX”

That Bermudez Biscuit Company
Limited, a Company incorporated unde:
the Companies Ordinance Cap. 31 No. 1,
of the revised Laws of Trinidad anc
Tobago, with Registered Office at Moun
Lambert, San Juan, Trinidad, has ap
plied for the registration of a trade mark
in connection with “Biscuits and Articles
of Food” and will be entitled to register

the same after one month from the i
ith day of eT oe selene wiil be more th
scme person si n e - r
time give notice in duplicate to me a with the Results.

my office of opposition of such registra-
tion, The trade mark can be seen on
sO Eek th oon day ot January 1950
jay 0: 3 ‘.
se Gc. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks (Acting).
date o fthe examination.

BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE
BANK LIMITED
APPLICATIONS has been made to the
Directors of this Company by Marion
Maude Payne of Harrow in the parish
of Saint Philip in this Island. Married
Woman for the issue of duplicate Share
Oertificafes for One hundred Ordinary
Shares nu 31,561 to 31660 inclu-
sive and One hundred Preference Shares

numbered 5,869 to 5,968 inclusive issu

on the 25th day of August 1943 and 27th
day of October 1943 respectively upon
the statement that the original Certifie
cates No. 497 and No. 63 FeMpecsyely
have been destroyed by Fire and no |



it ny one as -security or
— roe is is hereby given
hat, if within thirty days from the date
aereof no claim or representation in
respect of such original Certificates
respectively is made to the Pyreewet
they will proceed to deal with pis
ypplication for duplicate Share Cer-
tificates.
Directors
By Order of the Board of
ESSA E. MILLINGTON,
” * Secretary .
29.1,50—2n

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more you will fing in the Gas
cookers just received. Call and
see them at your Gas Showrooms

PEARANCE
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RESH STOCKS OF
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\CKS MALTED MILK 3 sizes
ORMICIDAL SOAP 1% (Neko)
CUTICURA SOAP

REAM OF WHEAT
SLLEN BURY’S MALTED FOOD
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turn same to Advocate Co.



GIBBS Provision Grocery
and Liquor Store

Ib sizes 4 to 8 Ib
Raisins 19c, & 50c. Ib.

Jems in various flavours
and a Variety of other High Class

your Patronage.
by van or Cycle, Dial 3115.









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PRINTING

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SOUTHBOUND SAILS Sails Sails Arrives Sails
NAME OF SHIP MON- Halifax Boston B'dos B'dos

TREAL
27.1.50—12n.] cAN. CHALLENGER — ath Jan —— 6th Feb. 6th Feb.
LADY RODNEY — 8th Feb 10th Feb. 19th Feb. 20th Feb.
LADY NELSON —— 25th Feb. 27th Feb. 8th Mar. 9th Mar
LADY RODNEY — 25th Mar. 27th Mar. 5th Apr. 6th Ap:
FOUND LADY NELSON —— 12th Apr. 14th Apr. 23-d Apr. 24th Apr
NORTHBOUND Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives — Arrive
a B'dos B'dos Boston St. John Montrea
LADY NELSON 3rd Feb. 4th Feb. 14th Feb. 15th Feb _
offered for retu LADY RODNEY 4th Mar, 6th Mar, 15th Mar. 16th Mar —_
mg. } LADY NELSON 2ist Mar. 22nd Mar. Ist Apr. 2nd Apr —-
ane. Phone LADY RODNEY 17th Apr. 19th Apr, 20th Apr. 30th Apr. —_—
2.2.50-—-t.f.n. | LADY NELSON 6th May 8th May 18th May 19th May ——
















Finder please re-
8.2.50-—2n.

GARDINER AUSTIN & CO,,

you



FRENCH LINE

-Ketchup 52 &

on the 5th February, 1950.



‘oducts.
Delivery

—_——



SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12th
8 a.m, Holy Communion

9 am. Morning Prayer and
Sermon.

an Satisfied







N.B.—Subject to change without notice. All vessels fitted with cold storage cham-
bers. Passenger Fares and freight rates on application to :—

LTD. — Agents.

Minimum First Class Only $425.30 B.W.LCy.

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In Carlisle Hay

IN PORT: Sch. Mary E. Caroline, Sch. ARRIVALS

Stokes, from Grenada; Royal Navy.
Schooner Owners’ Association.
DEPARTURES

tain Gumbs, for St. Lucia.
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From ANTIGUA:— William Lepetrie,
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Norman Hinkson, Mr. Hugh Mapp,
Louis Linden, Mr. Lawrence Adam,
Sheena Adam,

Kimberly, Lucy Carson, William ‘Calla-

hara, Carnall Callahara,

Lawes, Mr. Elias Gobaira, Mrs, Eunice
Sebilleau, Mr. James Kenny.

D'Arcy Scott, Mr, William Grannum, Mr.

Cable and Wireless (West Indies) Ltd., Springwater, S.S. British Galvalier. 8.5.
advise that they can now communicate § 8. S. Rosa, S.S. Doll » 8.2.
with the following ships through their El Gallo, 8.9. Perryvilleyoars. Point

Coast Station:—

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Baron, Mr. Herbert Crouch Mrs.
celia Humphreys, Miss Joan

Mr,
Mr. Michael Castello,

IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION

DEPARTURES—By B.W.1A,
For TRINIDAD:-— Mrs. Edna Scott, Mr.

H.M.S. “Devonshire, 10,000 tons, Capt:

Schooner “Enterprise S." 66 tons net,
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Schooner “Laudalpha” 60 tons net, Cap-
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the water. The timbers, no doubt, | the vessel was apparently in no
are much swollen and they still difficulty. ‘
appear to be holding well to- The “Culver” gailed from
gether, Miami, Florida, with general
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ROUT BATSMEN ish hoisted Ramadhin overhead, Programme at 8.30 p.m ’ Fe
the ball dropping at least ten yards WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1950 ° F see these qe
over the boundary line. Three| 7 am. The News. 7.10 am. News An- Under the distinguished te
(By O. S. COPPIN) overs passed quietly, the batsmen | alysis. 7.15 a.m. Listener! ——- is Patronage of CREPE-DE-CHINE +
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Feb. 7. . | [BY bo manne comfortable, and thas) Yoo, Scots am. From the Editorials me Eeetgance tee i
JAMAICA was forced to follow on today when a hitting Remedhin eet oe we oe te werk. © 30 a BBC Welsh GOVERNOR TTICO ATS 1
collapsed on a turning Oval wicket for 204 runs in reply “4 boundary and giving the ball | Qrehestra 9 am ee Analysis’ | : i
Trinidad’s first innings total of 373. plenty of air on each occasion but | {215 ‘pm. Musie for Dancing. I pm. |} 5 Thrilling Bouts Each Night f 1
In their second venture at the wicket, the visitors lost| # luckily out of reach of the fields- | Gerald Barry, Speaking. 118, pm. Basio|{} Prices: Ring wate, FES: White in sizes a al

the wicket of Colin Bonitto for 16 runs in 21 minutes of T sictimeyer pam. replaced Peli se ono saa maeeee Te Ring Circle $1.00; Bleach- Baten *
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Rain which fell early to-day |
delayed the start for 36 minutes |
and again during the luncheon
interval for one hour and 20 min-
utes. Sonny Ramadhin, Trini-
dad’s slow right arm bowler was
impressive, taking four wickets
for 76 runs in 29 overs.

Kenny Trestrail took 3 for 20
in six overs but was assisted by
luck for the most part in that
the batsmen made simple mis-
takes.. Skipper Johnny Groves
and Rickards became associated
in a partnership to-day that add-
ed 103 for the third wicket before
Groves was caught in hooking a
very short one from Trestrail. He
was at the wicket for two hours
and nine minutes in scoring 38
while Rickards after a sound but
slow innings was dismissed for the
third time by Ramadhin but top-
scored for the third time with 71
after being three hours and nine
minutes at the wicket.

The end came quickly with the
dismissal of Groves, six wickets
tumbling with only 43 added to
the score.

With nine second innings bats-
men in hand Jamaica are still 153
runs behind Trinidad’s first in-
nings total. Jamaica faces a stern
fight to-morrow, the final day of
play, since Trinidad will surely
strive to force a win.

The Start

At 11.36 a.m. Groves eight and
Rickards 17 resumed Jamaica's
first innings that stood at 56 for
the loss of two wickets. Pierre
bowled first to Groves from the
farm end and Groves steered the
last ball of the over through slip
for two runs

Skipper Stollmeyer brought
Ramadhin on from the pavilion
end. Rickards drove the first ball
hard back past the bowler for
four runs and then took a single
to the left of cover off the next
ball.

Groves pulled the last ball of
the over, a short off-break and
Stollmeyer fielding close in the
leg trap was struck under the
heart. He seemed all right after
a good vigorous rub, The next
over from Pierre, Ramadhin mis-
fielded an on-drive, giving Rick-
atds two runs. The latter showed
his appreciation by off-driving the
next ball to the boundary. Groves,
in the next over from Ramadhin
square-cut hard for a brace. A
push to square leg for a single by
Rickards sent up Groves to face
Pierre’s next over and the latter
sent down a maiden over. Rick-
ards audaciously cut a bouncer
from Pierre high over the heads
of the slip fieldsmen for four and
then took a single with an on-drive
With the score at 86 for 2, Atkin-



son relieved Pierre at the farm
end. Groves cut the first ball
through slip for two runs and
played out the over. Atkinson

was getting some pace ana his de-
liveries just short or a length kept
Groves back on his wicket

Completing a double change
Ferguson took charge at the Pa-

vilion end. Ganteaume fielded
brilliantly with one hand to a
cover-drive off the last ball of

the over by Rickards, only allow-
ing him a single. Ferguson bowl-
ing to a packed off field kept the
batsmen quiet for a long time but
Rickards broke the spell with a
cut through the slip for four mak-
ing his individual total 47 and the
score 98,

Atkinson continued from the
north and Groves drove his first
squarish to deep point for a single
and off the third, Rickards glided
beautifully to the boundary to
g@nd up the first century and
reach his own 50.

100 Up

The side took 157 minutes to
reach three figures while Rickards
passed the half-century mark for
the third time of the tour taking
126 minutes to do so. Ferguson's
next added a single then Stoll-
meyer replaced Atkinson with
Ramadhin from the farm end

Bowling far more impressively
from the north the Indian openec
his spell with a maiden over. [
was a double change Gomez takin
charge from the pavilion end
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Ramadhin’s next added ten runs
with pulls to the legside. Groves
taking one, wicxarcs wo boun-
daries and a single.

Gomez also appeared to be in
for rough treatment when Groves
hoisted his first delivery hig
overhead for a near six, the ba!
dropping two yards short of the
rim but the over only yielded jive
runs.

Although the batsmen were sti!
pursuing a policy of punishment
they only succeeded in getting one
ff Ramadhin’s next over then
went back into the shell.

Gomez then pvowled a maiden
wer and Ramadhin conceded
ingle.

Another maiden over by Gomez
followed by two runs off
tamadhin. Gomez then conceded
two and the luncheon interval was
aken with the total at 130, Groves
Rickards 67, extras. 7. The
artnership was now seven short
7 the hundred. The side, was
till behind the clock, the 14(
aking 174 minutes to compile
rhe last over was bowled in 4
heavy drizzle which changed to a
dewnpour immediately the play-

; reached the pavilion

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Steady Bowling

The ground was still wet at 1.40

SONNY RAMADHIN
Claimed four for 76

After tea, Trestrail bowled slow
leg breaks from the Farm End to
Binns. Binns got into his wicket
and played defensively at the
sccond ball of the over. He missed
and was struck on the pad, and
ai appeal for leg before wicket
was allowed. Binns had only
scored a single, and five Jamaican

batsmen were now down for 143.
Iffla Out

Iffla, the next man in, took a

vicious swipe at the fourth ball

which took the edge and Guillen
took a simple catch at the wicket
to dismiss him for duck, giving
Trestrail his second wicket of the
over and three in two overs
Jamaica was now 143
Mudie partnered Bonitto

for 6.
and

pulled the first ball to square leg

for a single. Bonitto punished a

p.m. and play did not start until 3| full toss from Trestrail to the deep

p.m. Groves 31 and Rickards $7
resumed Jamaica's first innir
that stood at 130/2.

Nyron Asgarali was given his
irst spell with the ball from the
Jarm end and bowling medium
ast offbreaks sent down a maiden
ver to Groves. Gerry Gomez

ntinued from the farm end but
iow bowled over the wicket
ickards forced the fifth ball past
nid-on for a single and Groves
acing the last ball was beaten

\n appeal for catch at the wi ket |
was disallowed. The next
rom Asgarali, Trestrail
ff a magnificent field
saving a hard squarecut
tickards.

Asgarali sent down his second
consecutive maiden over from the
jarm end beating Rickards with
the last ball that moved towards
he slip. In the next over from
Gomez, Groves hada lucky escape.
He edged an outswinger from
Gomez but Jeffrey Stollmeyer at
second slip put a sitter down
Groves was then 32, Rickard
entered the seventies at thé
xxpense of Asgarali when he
yulled a short one hard to deep
quare leg for two but would have
got four runs if the outfield hax
act been so heavy. Gomez was
aow commanding great respect
from both batsmen bowling deet
offbreaks and he cleverly disguisec
his oulswingers.

Groves hooked Asgarali hard
he deep fine leg boundary
tamadhin relieved Gomez at the
vilion end and sent down a
maiden over to Rickards. Skippe
Stoellmeyer then made what prove
o be a fruitful change. Amid
»pplause he entrusted the ball t
Kenny Trestrail and Groves
,}oo0ked the first delivery, a rank
long hop hard and

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take a nice running cat |
nissing Groves fo 38 rhe

Jamaican captain had batt
esoluvely and comfortably during
1is stay at the wicket and with
Rickards put on 103 to the third
wicket. He had been at the crease
129 minutes

Neville Bonitto joined Rickards
and was early off the mark with
1 single from an off-drive. Bad
luck did not come singly for the
next over, Rurmadhin tossed up one
about leg and centre and Rickards
attempted to on-drive, the ball
rose and gave Jeffrey Stollmeys
a low catch at silly mid-on to
dismiss Jamaica’s star bat for 71
made in good style to-day although
he was very slow yesterday in
189 minutes and containing nine
boundaries.

This was the third time Rickards
passed the half-century and failed
to reach the coveted three figures
each occasion falling victim to the
newly discovered spinner

Tea interval followed — im-
mediately with the board reading
143,/4 Bonitto not out one, Binas
not out one, extras seven.

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fine leg boundary
Ganteaume.
Ramadhin bowled to Mudie from

which beat

the Pavilion End and the latter
drew applause by lifting a half
volley high over the long-on

boundary for the second six of the
game. One hundred and fifty went
up in 214 minutes. Mudie in the
next over was thrice beaten with
deep off-breaks from Ramadhin
The next over Ramadhin bowled
3onitto with cleverly flighted
off-break that beat’ him playing
back on his wicket

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Jamaica had now lost seven
wickets for 163 runs, Bonitto’s
contribution being 8. Kentish

filled the breach and was promptly
beaten with the first ball he re-
ceived from Ramadhin but got
well behind the next ball, care-
fully playing it back to the bowl-
er. Mudie cover drove a full toss
wide of his off-stump from Tres-
trail hard to the boundary and
then followed this up by hooking
hard to the boundary. Atkinson
might have made this a catch but
the outfield was slippery and he
skidded

Ramadhin’s next over yielded a
single, but he obviously had both
batsmen completely in church,
missing the stumps narrowly on
two occasions

Ferguson took
Farm End from. Trestrail
Kentish drove his fifth
through the covers for four.
idhin’s first delivery of the next

over from

over Mudie cut and edged for
Stollmeyer at third slip to take a
“atch close to the turf.

The score was 178/8/22, Val-
ntine, next man in, was off the
mark immediately with a single
and followed up two balls later

with g lusty four to long-on.
Ferguson's next over, Kent-
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nd called for a run, forcing
Valentine to seamper down the
icket |} he was too late, the
Pri kipper throwing hard at
Guillen who gave Umpire Lee
Kow no difficulty in deciding he
was run out
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The Weather
TODAY
Sun Rises: 6.22 a.m,

Sun Sets: 6.05 p.m

Moon (Last Quarter) Febru-
ary 9.

Lighting: 6.50 p.m.

High Water: 8.08 a.m, 8.42
p.m,

YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington): Nil.
Total for Month to Yester-

day : .63 ins.
Temperature (Max.) 83.5° F.
Temperature (Min.) 70.0° FP.
Wird Direction (9 a.m.) E.
(3 pam.) E. by N.
Wind Veiocity : 10 miles per
hour.
Barometer (9 a.m.)
(3 p.m.) 29.880,

: 29.971.

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ball smashed Goodridge’s stumps
to close Jamaica's first innings at
204.

Kentish carried his bat for 13,
Goodridge getting 12. Jamaica
had batted 258 minutes, falling
169 runs short of the Trinidad
total. Hence they were unable to
avoid the follow-on which Skip-
per Stollmeyer enforced.

Trinidad took the field once
more at 5.08 p.m., Jamaica open-
ing with Thorbourn and Colin
Bonitto. Pierre, who bowled the
first ball from the Farm End wide
to’ Bonitto, had opened the first
innings with a no-ball.

He used four slips, one solitary
off-field and three men on the leg
side. The over was erratic, two
wides having been sent down, al-
though the batsmen scored no
runs.

womez oowled from ctne Pavil-
ion End. Thorbourn turned a late
inswinger through the four-man
leg trap down deep fine leg for
three and Bonitto, facing, execu-
ted a similar stroke for two. The
over yielded five runs. Thor-
bourn now faced Pierre from the
Farm End. The third delivery
was a no-ball and Thorbourn,
using his feet nicely, got it away
wide of mid-on for a brace.

The fifth ban of the over Pierre
struck Bonitto on the pad. An
appeal for leg before was up-
held by Umpire Le Kow but the
decision seemed unpopular, as
from the Press box which is ad-
mirably positioned to view play,
Bonitto appeared to have cleared
the stumps before having been
struck. Jamaica had Jost their first
wicket for 10 runs and Bonitto
had scored 2.

Neville Bonico joined Thor-
bourn and played out the over.
3onitto climaxed the day’s play
with an elegant cover drive off
the last ball of the day from Pierre
for four runs.

Jamaica’s second innings score
at close of play was 16 runs for
one wicket—Neville Bonitto 5 not
out; Thorbourn 6 not out.

TRINIDAD Ist Innings 3
JAMAICA Ist Innings 204
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¢. Bonitto stpd. Guillen b Ramadhin
Thorbourn b Pierre big .
Rickapds c S@tolimeyer b Ramadhin 7
Groves c Ganteaume b Trestrail 3a
N. Bonitto b Ramadhin 8
Binns L.b.w. b Trestrail 1
Ifa c Guillen b Trestraid! ; ‘
Mudie c¢ Stollmeyer b Ramadhin ?

Kentish not out 13
Valentine rum_out ....- 2
Goodridge b Pierre 2
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Total 204

Fall of wickets: 1 for 10, 2 for
2 for 140, 4 for 142, 5 for 143, 6 for
7 for 163, 8 for 178, 9 for 184

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PAGE TWO THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. 1 1 BR1 \R Y . *, QaJiib Calling T HESIS %  no,Barbados wil. ai the fuurln lecture bv Mi-rar A Vaughan on the HutorjCaS Baioauoi at 8.15 on -ffcebruaiy 10lft l t* 1 Bn'.isn^-Souncfi rooms at Wakefleld. aBT Vaufhan's lecture entitled '"XBr Shaping of the New Order"53j l cover the period from 1834 t o-aaa! 6. This was the period immcdSBlv following emancipation T. Vaughan will deal with the inUHjnce of the Church, the Press and the Assistant Court of Appeal and the emergence of the nu-ale-claw together with the problems of the new period and the change In Colonial Office policy. .• Many Going to Jamaica M ANT Anuguans will be taking the opportunity ol Jamaica, on the occasion of the tlon o! Princess Alice as patron o* the University I the Ursa-leaving on 9th February Is Mrs.. Jkgnita Thomas clerk of the Supply Omce whose daughter i'ii D U < C-HnlnrPOCKET CARTOON t>, OSBER7 LANCASTER i*n't it uxiideritu to thtok that eirry day tot til whole weeks oifi oofne to read wjtktna bvt the nU-etl DOtuNe thinQs Ob/ml e here for one week. Women's WoirlcJ Small Model i***"" 1 1 Hats For Short Hair CROSSWORD With C.N.R. in Montreal M R. AND Mrs Le Petrle and their little daughter Nicole %  ^*M Hcs Not Decided On a Name T ilt Rancc of Sarawak, Lady i.e. who is in Burbado: a holiday with Mn. Richard:. Yi.imi'i „.t she is writing uut'as yet has not decided on a nanje for it. %  is not the tlrst m* novel which she ha written. Tl.ePIVl M Seventh Visit ALICK D'ARCY. Supervisor of the Stevedore DeBirtment of Messrs George F. uggins and Co., Ltd., Trinidad, %  vcmng D, u •£ in Barbados on his seventh BW.I.A from Antigua for a v islt He arri ved last week short holiday and are staying at ^u, hU wite and lh( y .he Ocean View Hotel. wlI1 ^ nere for about ^^ They came down from Canada weeks' holiday. They are stayt A early last month and j nf a t "Accra", Rocklcy. Hat-happy teen-agers on bothj sides of the Atlantic are bringing the biggest boom to the millinery trade for years. A millinery expert in London said: "A few years ago young women and teen-age girls would not wear hats. Now most members of the trade find that their best customers are in these age groups. •The craze lor hats itgfftod with teen-agers in America, and coincided with the introduction | of the short hair styles. It spread to this side of the Atlantic even more rapidly than the hair fashions did." Many London stores to-day reported that their millinery departments are busier now than they have been since before the Four Favourites What are the favourite styles | as. among the young enthusiasts^? '""rI 4" rpi a^ 3 *~" r 1 TT rat rrrj •> ~ Across L Mas* a this to sat things out of tn war. IS) 7. What Sstfuo Pjo •' !£• <*' , Taa ms)ni or UUs pu J >iptorsst to chlUlroo. (I ia. vs-ss for a change.. 13. ran would oeaa tna to iior food. (!) 14. Itaar an Aiutrsiian la so caiMand to u Esau(SI _, IS Sortol look pocuuar toCoTratrj 16. St it atr cbaage tat Uttars. .5 18. Sort of Mttucs Uis ooster oo:i. IB, To burrr Toud nasd it. (*, 30. Wuh. (4> 33. Mother's boy, obviously, (s) ity, no doubt. (S h potca. i4i 27. Oivas on* a broad outloo*. (8> Down l. To* proper Kind of trip for tn excursion. (B) MILK Condensed) 111.04 per case of 48 14-or. per 14-oz. tin (Evaporated) $9-33 per case of 48 x 14,-oz. tins—22c per 141-oz. tin. 26c. per 16-< (Fresh) (1) Delivered by Dairy to Consumers' Address: (a) in properly stoppered milk bottles—lie per pint. (b) In other containers— 10c. per Pint. (2) Mdst Dairy Presnl-es (a) In properly stoppered milk bottles—10c.. per pint. (bt In other containers—9c. per pint. ,3, Delivered in Bulk Churns •r Pails— 9c per pitRetailed by Itinerant vendors or Shopkeepers— 10c. per pint. 0* ASIATIC 4 LIU (l\r>|\ M.^ THURSDAY NIGHT ut 8.30 IOII\ LOVES MAHVStarring RONALD REAGON. JACK CARSON %  , ARNOLD, WAYNE MORRIS, VIRGINIA Ain ** %  % %  I introducing PATRICIA NEAL Warner Brot. Mirthful Comedy it on to Montserrat where they %  MX-'it a month's holiday with rtendS. Mr I-c Petrie employee of CNR. in Montreal mm mm Retired Businessman R Nathan Bilsky. businessman of Seasoned Campaigner I T is understood that Mona Baptiste's radio work is now going along very successfully. Sho has broadcast three times on Vanretired ety Bandbox, but confessed that at Ottawa, her first appearance on January thing. ISI 4. Nsds fllatloo closurs. (SI I. L*i* Tast wlckt-ktj maa a Msr, piaier now bateman. 141 8> OolEoquiai'.r used for oocdaaaslast one she had published wsACanada, returned home on SunUt she was so scared that shtA Star Fell." published by T.l t i a y i,v TC.A. after about three could hardly sing a note. Now. i I/.ndon. and| wri He was staying at however, she is getting to be ^ iy about rs ( ti view Guest House. "seasoned campaigner.' Her burnsome also written another imvcl. "Nuw which is in the hands ol ,:i publisher, uhd will be published early In paid ing ambition at ihc moment is tu For Three Wedks M Hs. GeorgS Kimuerly and I. f Csnoo, both holiday here as ,.nd Mrs. C. li W.I.A. to spend i-. While here. mi. IHIUY ii'< jjjr, VISUto Lucia .n.^^^SS M-rt..i 1 „ue Wcsl .^ run would do me nc I hank You world of good." she said. Apart M ISS Joyce Appleton. Civil from the stage. Mona would also at attached to the like to break into pictures and Workh and Hydraulics Departshe has already had a test at Baling men! of San Fernando, returned studios. She is now waiting to he;r to Trinidad by B %  oday 'he result. • %  veiling after spending six weeks' ** ** guest of Mr Three Bus Loads Allarobj ol "YTESTERDAY shortly after 2 Edinboro* Barbarees Road. 1 p>m a launch from the Miss Appreton desires to thank H.MS. Devonshire landed at the America says tnere are four and London agrees. They are UM Button Bonnet—a tiny felt or wool affair with a button on the top like a schoolboy's cop. The Caanal—a small helmc*shaped cap with a tiny turned back brim trimmed with a side button. ; B PS3S' 4 WVF a*'sap (SI The Cushion Cloche—made of I 10 attt. pwhaDs. 15) swathed velvet and trimmed with 11. often 1 J> w *'d ^.S^K^S 1 ^V' u pheasant's feather, worn M "hi flXu lgiJMi %  XsTlTflail back on the head and giving an I tft) air of sophistication to a wry W serein ouiale la put on young face. n. sure 1 .* -nu tort of pa! is stuoa The Rose Stem—a tiny bonnet'.. 21P'.(f> .. %  By way of trimmed with two large imitation roses waving at the end of a long stalk. All these styles require short hair, and fit snugly under the present fashion for high standup coat collars. %  :i' iHlilUili ma.* ••SMMI .. U1 -.—*•.. 7.Mr: S. iMft: 11. EIUM li atto't. 1.'. HUN. 14. DDB; IS. W#lIS. Bri!oi; 19 BOB: 2a Scull: B ~ Ijll: i3. erramldal. Dw, i. Neon — *, nw!c< 4. Eftur*; 5 HsflW ; 7 Midori: fl. Eacgm: 10. K*.'. ; IB. LMl. 11. LLD. trip twk than via all those who contributed in any challenor Steps on the Wharf and ban Juan Kit, and Antigua. mm Returning in Two Weeks M vrao is 111 I Oi -undry j-iness trip for way to the happiness of her stay over 3o PeUy officers and men and says au revair to those whom poured' off into a waiting ^us she had not the opportunity to which took them for a sea bath reach before leaving to the Paradise Beach Club %  ** Carib understands that three To Stabilise The Work buses wl * leaving today for the O l lecture tour to Scan* !" destination filled with dinavia IhU week is Devonshire men. ^ Rivals P LANS for Carnival in Trinidad are going ahead with a bang. There was the Old Mask Dance at Arima on Saturday last. Many candidates for Miss Sar £ CRYPTOQl'OTB—Here's how to work it. AXYDLBAAXR Is LO.Nflrtl.LOW 1 on* letter simply stands for another la O-aettaglS(AIl>J-J for the three L's. X for the iwo O.. etc. Single letters apoa trophies, the length and forrpat.on of the words sre all hints. Each day the code letters are different A Cryptogram Quotation FHFKR1VFKF. WLGJLPR1VFKFS YIrCCQ PFHFK Y1FCCQ bar Company, returned to TrimJoaeph Mitchell. SecreUry of the IN ; A Miss League of Coloured Peoples. His the otaanaim is to tell audiences in indry when Dee Ion and Norway of expected the position of coloured people in to return in about two weeks. She Britain today. Mitchell instances ,t of Mr and Mrs. Jack the Negro struggle as being comI ..xrden; parable with that of woman reniando have already been suffragettes thirty years ago. His chosen, among them are the a --a-%  %  — previous visit to Scandinavia last Misses Joan and Barbara Bennett. Assistant uperauons yeBr waa a greal 1UCCC5S and he daughters of Mr. and Mrs. O. F Manager hopes as a result of this new tour Bennett of South Trinidad. W K c lo receive additional financial supBoth these girls are well known Luwes. Assistant Operations port to stabilise the work of the j n Barbados, they used to go to k iiuitiunal Acradio. League. school here at the Ursuilne raed to the island • Convent. %  % %  Were Met at the Airport \MU. AND Mis. W. F. Callahan. ''1V1 f t um Huntington. Long kind, NY, who spent a few IB St. Thomas en route, arfele Communiru \.() on Monday afternoon by W A Q. WLKBJLC. Cryptoaaote: HE HAS DISMISSED FROM OUR MINDS THE FEAR OF WONDERS-MAN1L1US 4 P %  TMURS. 8 30 p m lOnlji -UAH rSOM MOBOCCO L SAT MON B SS SUNDAY 8 30 p m A. "INTiaNAriONAL TUB t-OU-BOK HI BALDS A aqvADaoN** (of u> Caribbtpn Tr-UUiis AUa The Harctt w Under Uie Pii-on*Be of / Tlni KCTM CAPT A Utt. HA1SON •w "KErOBTS ON TUB li.l-1'l.AK BAIaLADS. A ATOM" r.EQRO SPlHlTL'ALiS tTC ^ Comings and Goings M lt JOHN St FELIX DARE, Managing Director of Messrs William Fogarty Ltd.. returned i A A and" a7e J here for three ,0 British Guiana yesterday oy 1 thls weeks staying at the Paradise B.W.I.A., after a short business Mr Callahan U visit here, proprietor of Callahan Machinery 1 m d e f!f Equipment Co. irtc of similar facUlT)u v WI1C mcl at he ...^.. .v two verv good friends of d-y eft here by the I^idy Nelson •tti also from Huntington and for St KltU on Saturday nigh ~ at present staying athe Marine. Mr Shepherd Is Director of H. F Mr. and Mrs. Harold Parker Wildy and Co.. St. KltU Mr John Hoad. son of Mr. and intransit Mrs. E. L. G. Hoad returned to M M | |> ARROWSM1TH and Trinidad on Monday by B WI A Miss Arrowsmith sran ""*' spending a holiday here MR 4ubrey l>wglas.8mitn, am ong the pussengers arriving Mr James Burke of Marchfleld the Resident Tutor of the here from England yesterday St Philip, relumed to the wbij. rfigunthess. "Golfito" inn Monday evening by B.W.I A arc from Curacao, via St Kltts wher the he had been employed witl .......... ...... WC11R8 s i a y i (l| j id at Coolidge in Antigua Bea< , Olub b 18 H. also said that rlt>tM „," % %  IJIWCS pecu to Jbc in Barbados for is staying ut %  "The Stars" Mr and Mrs. C. Shepherd, who airport arrived on the "Golfito" on SaturTutor of the %  liege. open-air talk on transit to Dominica They The Star*' on Providence lawn at the wife and daughter of nlng i 7 30 on Friday. Administrator of Dominies. C S.M for the past 20 months. BY THE WAY By Beachcomber 1 AM Proud and happy to be able U Bothsr Conui be held in l %  slight •nothing might 11 %  .iii A bulletin will bo issued, saying H thing *." decid* %  puipv.-'i' of such Conferences beu;n i as it f naad to have any, but In disagreement was reached on .1 numt 1 ttsn; and was felt that there was a .substantial commumU of outlook in the non-approach to f far-reaching %  y. M.I_|>I' And then will come the Tlasea comm* I In itself inent. SFOKTINC; NOTE A BOUT a month ago after 0110 of the worst brawls at a football mateh. 1 suggested mat referees should be aimed. I sec now that an rangllsh ratores In Brazil was oflared a stiletto, ami was told. 'You'll need thb." ThH suggosis II van Ihe teams arc armed, which goes J little funher than what I had in mind If tennis and referees arc to be armed, whut about the spectators having their own ntles' Then, of COUrSO, the aaOBsS living 1 all grounds, whose property is destroyed in the rush for the gates, will also demand weapons. And passers-by would feel safer with a revolver It Is 10 good taking football lightly TI1K STRABISMtS ROCKET S LOWLY, and not very surely, the great rocket in which Dr. Strabismus (Whom God Prei Utrethl will make his next attempt to is oaring completion Powerful and revolting influence?. brought to bear lo have the rocket flred from the roof of the vast aluminium dome of the 1951 Exhihttit 11 |p order to attm and thus dercdcredeird.-.iistl.tiionary ecooomk tandatsesas Bow-u But |nr sentimental reasons the Doctor wants Wagling Parva to be the scene of the attempt, and the warm heart of the vast British public is probably wlt.i him fho rocket Is to be named Snophurst after one of the sage's ferrets SP ECIAL VALUES in TROPICALS BEST PRICE IN TOWN 6.72 6.83 6.88 7.08 GLOBE THEATRE TO-NIGHT al 8.30 ONLY M.G.Ms BIG CITY" (MARGARET O'BRIEN & PRESTON FOSTER) Plus HALF HOIK VARIETY SHOW Negro-Spirituals — MILTON QVARTETTE CALYPSOES and Listen to WAR and REBELLION Between CHARMER. 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T %  0NBSD W. FEBHCARY S. l;i:,u THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE fgSL 'S rn The l,^ l(lhin House Passes Resolution ETALS. Devonshire To Expand Pottery Factory Xrrires ln %  %  •^ •' H.M.S l>vonshire". 10.0 PACE FIVE ^ 0/. KGG ^' % %  "' %  nl.n -,,01>l -ISI •**" II is owned by *LT,t ifK> corner of Re w .Veek iW %  .. ^JfecckU" il uikv that this on.-1 JjTbiv* ,n ,wo v0,ks -.HO*-"' v two I rLrSr**"" and two from BrookJUrtiited ihe Children' Si iPif and Bah> Creche. "iSfi-t. -I. John: A lfi M B K 10 see t h e SIM the league is doing tor ZLd the poor chll "£ Dsrtv—Madame MdMMkTMrs Reginald Inc. Zferne Flora JSfW from various elementary 2pb take their lunch. They J5Thurhly u( I uig Ince. who is an employee -thine Federal C M AdV( *. have £ttl centre, in Ty,e. centres the children are r oven meals or (Sore the party left the Leagiu attwie Revere addreeaed the %  MMrwi. She told them to always M, m mind the good work that g bfinj done (or them, so that -p. dav they may grow up to I That Barbados would w proud of I NTEREST in the Intercolonial Cricket Tournament is increas-jdiilv and several thins have ilr agreed to donat.nr of atek Hall, was put on ba /%  '; Ufa A i blp Mr, found suilty i I l*te pair uf i-.in wheels valued %  JO. the property of Courtney %  ww of Baeklej Road. The aaec* was cor mil UAK.LD FIELDS of Itcoce's Tenan:: JW lo.and 1 cojta in u %  P 11 days' impi-i.-onment n he appeared baton %  *ip Mr. H. A. Talma •? for not keeping his premises %  stagnant water liable to %  wa Mtoull THIRKiHT ,:, , ; wo ears %  we damaged when an acm occurred on Rectory Road, SuiSy. at ab Ul 8 15 P m n |J were B 138. owned by IJE <•',< %  • Indian Ground and E Ijn address and E :t. owned and £".*" by Evans H... THt III B CAP of motor car at wi 29 WM knocked oil when Sjwent occurred on Welches %  J^htist Church, at about 5.30 *-on Friday. Jh* accident involved motor cat Our' "'''" : %  H: ""'" R ach ol %  ^"aadand dnvvri by Park^P^pfBa* of Scarborouith. and ~J* : *tied and driven bv %  %  atemnux of Worthing. COUNCIL rrta SlU-n>cnt of %  Oofi ai TI..^. 1149 BUhUi urantum (1 ( DOM % % %  %  n. i ], -1: si.oao l %  %  ths rai Miiitrn.iii,. lib* al lhai t.vmpi %  Oii-r Hi 11 pav.rd wa (|1 .,„__,. ItU Tl• tln lf oavAble than into rewnily niktlp in i*iiniivf'ii<, %  line with c la •>,. %  v K u£ "I U I T Un """r Mil ttdlounird > rtle. HOUSE Masaaaa M %  WatiwH !" JuT' -.'<„.,*, I M ITHII^ in Jinuut. Her Royal Hi*. vtlt il*u. II W | I! -..I II.... laBOWon MoM.v Mar. Ii nnd Mill Friday ti 10 u.ili DI MruaiK No ,),. rvon IM I .,i.:. I %  %  %  of Hi* Uniirtl Km..: % %  rlna th %  ber, IMS. t.. tliiwa The folkn Mr. Ail.i:.,t S3S0 lo I PaH I, Current, ft* .-i AMI U. IK%  n rtaolutloa Mi Adam Re—In i tor S33.MS I'.III. r .t in the %  rnotuUon it Ion io IW. with eltett from 'be Nt Match. 1SS0. the poilaitc rate on the flral unit ol pimte.1 iiapern umliidii | i ... Britain an IB Mr. Co: RaaohiUoa to fix. with cfteet lYon 1HS0. ihe nil inuil puilasr on letter*, poitcardi and ftlr letter forma addiruaid %  OMalllMa, Mr Oo Uareh, law. the I'M mai. %  Hi tain. Mr. IV 1. Wale %  (•at ol land %  BMCh -hel. M a hiiuiiilB ;n> lUhma; M %  %  %  'lion ol a Itah market a) Silver laOM I Mr. Allder tabled an Addrein %  and plena me Ha) Mr. Qoddnrd SBW i band -il Harmony Hall, notice o( a que*. rol ot and from horae-racina. The H"u-e iuiil the (HIIOWIHK -ai to %  Suppla %  %  meut the Batlntalra 1 •<-, Pail II. Capital •• •hqn In Ih. IM-M. No U %  the Order entilleil The ISftO." Ti tn a S*lr< i The HouM further ducusaed the Bill lo amend the Gaa a*i %  1 BABY'S a TEETHING ""o*anxietie$ ''"""Mdb.DOrMllM.Di.hU. %  "M. M b.b y diiorde !" if n " Aihloo a Puna LI'L" P ''" b.ndv. r*" "11 over Ihe world havo " titm nothing ud cool"• %  %  bibyUfrrtfallh rough l-^r-"J. orof.ll. .be, 1 ABS0LIT1XY SAKK. .-., u w 1.K..I.II.I.. ... tlir IIUUIUI Hovel Hili II K. i leih o( ,rned lo TUMdev ne.i >l 12 noon. <&Z,\ ASHTON & PARSONS INFANTS POWDERS • From pa<# 1 lnt\nci a clay woikinn factoi %  • %  %  Ltld be • %  velopment or the %  % %  %  9 In linden akin* It) woefcing mdiisadi i %  .. . in Mr coat 1144,000. out b) %  %  plant, the estimated coswould be of thr order ol S70.00C OUI of which $24,000 would repraaant tincos; : axpert fo %  %  %  * %  tor working capital tnd contingencies. Further Proposals mlttee further proposed ttwt tho undenakitii; should he run b> a small EftMffd and this proposal was acceptable to Government. %  I A lam .ud that i| was I to iiim that Mr. Bran%  %  %  ': %  Ud not tttink thai UMJ liesoI long passage because both tha House and th Favour "i establishing %  Government Potten was not itn establishment, but a: ; reject, Me therefore moved I ing of the Resolution. Dr. II. Q. Cummin* (L) secMr. R. G. Mapp i I.i thought that the Government W| of pnuse for the step they had taken In the %  %  re -me or ll I like to %  i ai e froi U %  %  Brannam. Plratly, he know who constituted U .tioned In the Addendum ns IT resting to e memheis. Very IiiierestiiiK : should Kiev Governor-iiiMr w \ rawfeH < pbearvad from paragraph h Addendum that the remmhtee* proposed th th hould be run bg i that proposal wis %  ild have -t mt Boar I which would have thl sihihty of plannini (or Industrial eni of the ccJ in paragraph live < %  ( the that ol 'he $70,000 thev rapffveented U erviccs uf a COIWnk expert for lirea years—more than ono third of the money asked for li iTsokition. He was willing to concede that %  v wanted rnffh 1 %  from an export In that sphere thaj would have to pay him. The axpert In his report o proposed clay working industry In iparantteag -nd set out that unskilled labourers should bo paid 30/a week and no more. Me however in ihe ids report reconinieiiiled %  treae; should be paid killed labourers in the Great Disparity Mr Crawford said that there was great disparity between the the ceramist who won id inpaid $8,000 a year and that ol Had labourer who was rnly going to receive $37-1 %  year f they were to B schemes, they would >ee that the salaries of officials M who came down henitom the United Kingdom wan eiy often one third or in some '. more than one third 't 'he proposed expenditure Unlike the senior member for St. Joseph, h had great faith a the possibilities of secondary inund most ot them would be delighted it worth while did emeri.irom ahi MI i i Ward 11 i i:., thai n on a scheme uf that nature aim taowlng n..tiur, ; ail oi the PoaalbiUttea ol runriuu Ihe scheme, one WOllU have lo rrta for their advice. He supposed that Government would ny to uel the best expert fieme on huh they were going to embark. Government felt that th. was going to be a success and thaj shOUM have the most reliable; expert. A Bit Sceptical On the other hand he I about the whole matter. Vigour Restored, Glands Made Young In 24 Hours aoffar fr'n BBOal --*k BMBBafl Btrs* saai l>evon.shire", 10.000 %  %  day under Command of Captain G H. Stokes. C B„ DSC. on a 10-day On board were a complement f 41 officers. 227 cadets and 560 2*£ 0 *'' ^^ftaseW-WtaT __ A programme for he enter**. May %  i MVJ tt>r** irpubit ,; "•-"•"' %  ' "'•" h M bn ,J;"^l^r7s.^ l I b K:,':;• %  ^s• m ,;';• arranged and ihe crrw arc lookJff* ** -n* l"d or,riioi.. *nd .. "I5,'7; "> ••' "'toy sa?Rsra. 5"^,ronX u .^,i h .T; aoir aiay nere. a m ia. nd put. nw. rteh Moo.1 >nd .nThree uaai*d in Ama>rW On February 11. 40 of Ihe crew SJASMKS'S.iIfV.KrS'^T are expected to go to the Crime bmctL Vl-Taaa muai mak* >< u f-.i lull ol to mrnio vlayr ftM Harp ftitd from m lo 10 \M -i"""-, TO*ar. or JOTI maraty return tha •mpt> Ihe % %  Devonshire" will also he paai ud pi rr toonw bvi %  . o games but due to the j***""-.-"* !" ^ *>.• vt coming intercolonial fixtures here at Kerajngtoa, no activities wtH Why mothers use BRYLFOAM — HIE cream SHAMPOO IN A TUBE a ri UM ererr kind cl hdr, Mat raaijl dart,t.pt7.dry. OeJjdMi. !" Vro 1 .fi.jIV „ — dan la* can duo to (lorkaa ibetn aod 0 bath lifiaa. S wto< a d.Bo.tncc % %  *" %  •• • %  BrrMaan maao to doll, Lfctoa or greary hair— ftokatr to appty atm *• hidden kjwelineaa u revealed; I B rjrttaam the cram abampoo lor at *ry taaar/ Mfti who li iipai Ibalr pair—ideal, loo, kr aa*tintan kaddier' %  ofi-amured oak. be carried on there V M P C. have booked two football matchea with them for February 8 and 15 Theae matches will take place at Y. M P. C. Rrounds. Vi-Tabs ^-iferes Ma-fca>at aaW VU-Jity ,. ( nt The more they discussed it. the reeonunerided by Mr Brannam !" <* one felt thai its success was tnnam In hti n loing to be as great as it should cheme for S144,IKKI' K ': ri ,. , rnej Knew tlut when they were fOing to embark on a new .scheme. the) -hould try to command maikels to export the noods and the Government had no eoncrete Hd export the products of the scheme for any tune. One knew that Government was in a strong position and should know if they could risk $70,000 on the scheme. ly, he did not think the scheme was a good OBI country, but after trying for a and that was the only one they think would make a suc1 mment by i "nailer expansion ,i ih It mlghl hettai it would iM' for the futui hand they might go and star* ton a if thev wore any lound naaon, tiie Committee for io doing. Ho fvit thai -r the Industry was %  the small ,i| chosen and that the reconuraandaXioru of MI Hr.iiinain !• oar r t ad Into early as possible. Mr. Attains pointed out that the a Cornmittee comrion'ble D. G. Loacock. F C. md Mr. C. A. C they were asked to l onomic .! %  %  I'rrc anon-. Mr. J. II. Hilkinwn (E) said anal no; likely Ita that there would be irketa for pi i %  I .n.unlv %  %  and Grenada and to him thai reamed very Yacht Peggy Nan' Has Arrived The Yacht "Pcajgy Nan" which waj nrptetad "... urlva here for the opening of the Royal Barbados Yacht Club Season. 1950. waa brought up yesterday by Schooner -Enterprise S. 1 which sailed from St. Lucia. The "Enterprise S." also broilftlt SO ions of steam coal. 63 cylinders of gas and a motor cai. Messrs Schooner Owners' Assoc-] lalion are agents. 'Endeavour W." Crew Were Saved The 45-ton Schooner "EndeavUlk between Tobago aim Trinidad recently, Mi King ol ihe Schooner Owners' Association told the Ath.it. terday. The enttra orea .ad arera ar*di\l .it Hi dish Guiana. I| said that he received tin news through an overseas call on Monday night. The "Kinu.ivoui w vesse] well known to Barbadians. I ivad here undt Watson on December 12 and Ear 48 days. It lelt Barbados for Trinidad on January 28 under ballast. Obituary Mrs. S. C. Thorns IT IS with deep regret that the] Advocate aiinouinrthl Mrs. Lilian Daisy Thorne, wile ol Mr. S. C. Thorne, fornui 1'n-ident of the LegdalMhn I Mrs. Thorne who had reached the aag of seventy three warn the| former Miss BoxlII. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Cooper lloxiil She %  bared with her husband a busyi life interested tn every phase of! activity concerned with the well, being of the people. In her! earlier years there was no accent 00 women's part in social welfare a would support it so that I but to those on and around UM it would not be said that they on plantations in the parish of St. '-'Jam| kind friend that uie of the table *M latching to prevent the success of the scheme. Appoint 3 For World Cup Game i,ONDON. Feb. 7. World Cup t'ommittee to appoint offlci.i preliminary match betafean Speln on iVprtl I. thi' Ki^otball Association have invited It. J Leto at Nottingham to ba leferea and M w Hilliet Ion and W B. Everett SulTolk lo act as line:: — Renter. She wore an air of dignity be%  kin illness of heart which made her highly respected. Always robust and hc.ut> ITM Ifa to the full and took part in the social life of the colon) in whu-h aba was a leading figure She was a devoted wife and loving mother leaving lo mourn her tOM ..i. Mr. S C Thorne. Mt .'... K ph me and threei daughten Miss Owen ThAubrey Archer, and MiQ Harford. I and other relatives the Advocate tenders d eapaat lympathy. TFT. PIGEON CHOW GOAT CHOW I LIVING ON YOUR \ERVES IS A DANGEROUS GAME! \re Mm nervous :iml Mfatj during the •by, reuily i Miap anyone's lirail off ut llie sli i; h(esi piovot jliou '.' Nervous exIunisiMin coupled with lowered \iialily muy well lie the cause. THIOPHOS ({iiirkly restores nervous exhaustion— peps you up,—you feel heller, eal better, sleep beller. and you Hill soon be laughing ai wli.ti irritated you before. SOU Will. On THE BKST OLT Off I.IKK Will N V()L TAKK THIOPHOS ON SAIL AT ALL GOOD DRUG STORES On Sale at all Good Drug Stores STOtfES A BYNOC— Aeenti __, CONTAINS 10-si VITAMIN gt I IN an fin aiUaauaan icia THIO'MOt eaOatbal a lat.-tK lOut^a Ol Vila.it* ".men lia. .ivxff aaO(aBi>V. ••> io oi .\wgnn IHIOPMOl ja.lQya.HB (0* SSalN I As. *0 01 loa il> a.l tOO'V* 1,-CtiOa.t. "%  t'"""'iu r^caiiOaua •• wi>#a o* o.i woa e oOii M&4& DONT forget to take Package of Fancy rHaniHa and some Chocolate Bars for M.ur Umeh when TOU %  0 to i Hit KM rAiiry Rlsrulta in I'aekatea Petfl Baana D Lincoln Cream. i Puff Carnival Assorted, Nice. Marie. Tri-Fn::' Faaey BIsesMU In Tint Assorted Creams. Popular Asat: Garden Cream. Flint Cream. Shortbread, Selected Aa: Cream Crackers. Cheese Crisps. Afternoon Tea, Savo> Asst Chocolate Biscuits. Carnival CheeoUtes in Tin \ Baxe* Black Magic. Cadburys Milk Tray ft Hoses. %  llai \-sorted. Chocolate KM i Kac, Calej Pray I milk. Crunchle. Ca Milk. Whole Nut. R Almonds. Fruit ft Nut. Bournville. Frys Milk. Ahnon %  MMI i Putt Therrno SOB Classes. BRUCE IVKATIIKIIIIIAII LTD. HEAD OF 1IKOAD STfUECT 4 t USE A RIPPINGILLES BLUE-FLAME STOVE FOR EASY & CLEAN COOKING A.S. BRYDEN & SONS (ins) LTD. AGENTS. Tasty for all occasions



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T I y Barbados fcrcate P r I • i IVE CENTS Iriir .!.. FORGET STOMACH POLITICS LoW ISOLATES JERUSALEM Liter (,, s ''"'•'' JEKI I ,b. 7. Horns, B fuel attacks ding la icrature in Ihl "winter blanket" is Rfteen d ^pointed f,W.Head KLnikr tor %  Ereand Brii c %  L Hubert H M jsjlha promo1 I | his duties In the \t Vthl: !%  . I j B*tin-cn%  %  %  %  %  %  ni are %  %  —Renter Troopships Await Order Devaluation Conference in Barbados %  %  %  fsMmUland to i from the British. %  %  .000 men %  %  —He liter. jjur b' mblSInPOS %  [fngrammi %  USanu ....n., Hotel on la I SI. Luiia \\ orkers VtHttinuUAduius FOR TRIBUNAL r without I Paris Court Reduces Fine %  a ~. in to-day 150,000 damages April lo Victor iiithoc of an Antl•tnat the • weekly "I> irt held that the damv the harm suffered by %  K ihrmiRh %  CHINESE SHIP ARRESTED %  —Keuler Lie Draws For I960 Davis Cup Competition % %  1 .. J. . the United NaCrfuial. in the '. % % %  : ittd—PhilNYth.iNot \v.;> Council Votes $12,000 For Oil Expert % % %  ::. %  tha Petrotau %  COSt Wll. %  I %  I %  %  %  v.:; %  : . %  ,: %  %  . I %  %  %  icndum to thi %  i %  only l* a question of obtaining onr individual vice to the Oovernrnei \ Barbados Cricket Team Selected rm iit.iuti.ttf..m t u tl KensiiiBliili STtt jnnounrr.l y^MrrtUv It J. ! Oeddatd (Oept i, : tl • L Kim.' li Luca*. V Marshall. K. Mgff> i Weekei i n WUHanse <: Waal 1 iiiiTL'-'i. v !,! %  !, I,n, t\ \. I armer. The match i* scheduled for 9. it. 11. 13, and 14 Fehru.n Russia Threatens Walk-Out CM 0*11 Economic COUBCU The Soviet delegate to-day threatened to walk out Ol % %  %  Social Council. If the W Mr. Scniyon Tinipkin. Soviet I I :;ed "the i ip" v proposal his en i. pate in tbi The Soviet reeoluUoi %  .• %  ion. he would 'ike t< lo the ( No Lawyer Kri|iiircd %  •id vice i with thi licences v... Kuornintai her* seem* %  % %  %  i L.K. Cahinel Recognises Vietnam : today ... %  %  %  %  %  CONSIDER THE EMPIRE Gammam Tells L.k. Voters (Advocate Correspondent) LONDON, ieb. 7 ]yjR. GAMMANS, who is being talked of as the next Conservative Colonial Secretary, spoke last niht of the danger threatening the Colonial Empire in the Par East, Africa and the West Indies. %  i Russia Can't Be Trusted 11 %  %  %  I f. Germany Cut Steel fyiveries To Soviet Zone H1 P May Stu vivors ffc Repaliiated | i run r, SI*,' 1 v Australia Lift* Petrol Kaliuu Tomorrow b. 7. .miing on three mominf newspapers reported toPrime Mini st e r . „ the papers .-idded. —Renter. Festify On ribbean ptuuiian %  %  .. i ortuosa Able To Defy Communists LAI %  I orraoss could be held an-' : naval air units took part. The I • alleged — Renter. tb* excli other British Colonial which have oil nnninK i %  %  -Is whicl %  If thi COMMUNISTS REFUSE TO WORK ARMS TRAINS Dr ., /V MI .u %  Oepartmci. Communisfra' .. . %  %  .: i i .. %  and live abated Voting i re the s-.\.;< Poland. %  Chile, \> the Unit %  tan, end the U %  batainad. —Reuter. um They sala i-ion would flvt ttrii %  %  support" to groups f^v'ee i ;md French port workive refused to work on munition I RMe Of Royalty 1 K license-, ;in %  • tym pas* 3 House Passes Resolution To Expand Pottery Factory A RESOLUTION for $70,000 for tl Government experimental pottery factory .' ry the HOUM of Asaumbly Pt their meeting %  i flay. i — Mr. O. H'tte. (L) k0 UOk "SSL5 '"",.,"" tt No Crisis 9 At End Of $ Aid SAYS CLMC, %  %  %  %  %  attack. %  v pi I %  p M %  %  I %  1 : 1M9". I %  i ti hombs. %  %  ;it in thin be worl %  pram ia< %  %  %  1 ropoatttou I Ki-uter. • -ji Bui ihev onatdar. I ni would ' ftaa 'cad of prevent %  lonibo la <\o. .inpermiist %  .tst. and even _(By tablet. Two I .Si Submarines IWNAINalioiis mea to \* %  •.aid yaatacdaj niual l*e%  %  el Norfolk. Vll —Renter. An tiAircraft Defence For L',S. \tomie Works • %  11 was %  %  %  plan! al Ffandford, Washington, %  built The will Ircraft %  —Renter Sevan btterraptod tecki 1 New %  %  %  n pnthiea —Reuter. •W o///// Me /6eM t£}i%jk Coal Strike Ctlfa Kail Servieesln U.S. %  red or forecast as Ol the coal stl 360.000 of itacst he* rsMkceAed 45 passenger traisw frees ssnaaight to-nightL^st sansiie lair easapai veassi becaus e of reduced esMl leid-llii The Chrcharge of the Resolution said that he did not think they should speno in considering it as It rlth .i Dsataar which hau •efore the Houe oil .ons. The Hesoiution now bate r.s f asvandinf UM Government ex%  by Mr. J R Brannam in the tijdit of regarding the commercial possibUIUes of the pottery industry ; and tha niaiiuiacture of bricks, hollow block*, roofing ttkH flower pots, tM ware. Aelt Varim.s fl %  lllltllllI %  and gave an estlmat. eapltal cost of a factory capable numie output. A Committee appointed by lii 1 ^ vernor-lntu consider I preisMcti ol i capital would be attrcded f in%  ssdaa t ir end that if a rlaywark; sashirtf. %  tssrfesd. lewaraaai / killed. 90 injured In Jail Riot iJOMHAY i aai %  ) %  >n assistant u%  1st prisoner* ktfi slonea and bj rounds before 'ion was brought under —keuler 3,500 Lire for i (,'ousin Ing up .. ing in toi i report whuh wa.f Assei. bly and the Legis-{ While it wss accepted, > Oa Pag* • and dMt have ar





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PACK SIX THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY 1 llllll \R\ HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON t 1 1 • 4 1 r^T / \Jt-^ & -m MICKEY MOUSE WALT DISNtY RIP KIRBY -ES.TATB \ BSCCU.KT. NQT *LlNMrv3^y l ^ — rtc BY ALEX T*8Y ARRESTS:) JDi SCWCh \ N A F. *a/ %  V. ~ >.T MOW AT T-f *' RXOUH..AWO v. 55 =A\ SAi[3 IT WAS ALL MV RAJLT! RAYM %  CAR w*_6 E. si ;-'.TO THl Y Al'l'l U M Mr.TT on Dtsmxns M H Jt KJTK CEORCK TL h,„ni %  *• aM Cordons SUPPLIES AGAIN AVAILABLE World market FOR SELLER World choice FOR BUYER IF you've not yet completed arrangements for your exhibit at the Canadian International Trade Fair, it would be advisable to do so now, without delay. You can show what you sell—and sell what you show—to world businessmen from Canada, ItrUnited States, and many other countries. It is a most economka; and effective way to establish new business connections. Business visitors from every country find that the Trade Fair offers a double opportunity—(a) to the businessman or indus trialist who is looking for new ideas and equipment for his officr or plant—lb) to wholesalers, retailers, importers and jobbcri who wish to purchase goods for profitable re-sale. For alt information concerning The Canadian international Trade Foir p/eale consult: T. G. Major Canftiun Government Trade Comminiontr 43 Si. Vincent SlrMl Porl-of-Spain, Trinidad ir^Eas. ^^ = ^ : Canadian International Trade Fair MAY 29-JUNE 9, 1950 -JE TORONTO, CANADA DEDICATED TO THE PROMOTION OF INTERN ATION A l TRADE BY THE OOVERNMENT OF CANADA FAMIIUV Sl'OIII Ul.%11 FOR LADIES Also HOUSE COATS, BLOUSES. SKIRTS & DRESSES "HE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES I U>>OI*A.^TV>>XJJK vow ti&t.. <*e) I Mo I ^^^ PUAN1 M ^i^iW X.vAvfA7V///.-.v,v,-.v,v/,w.--v.y.//.vv-'w '''''' I.IXOI.II >l .\KPKT* Si 7 ev 'I il In 7' (I. Ud 111'.It hy 0 "• Also MMIIini |.\ HOI I > 6 ft. w* All very reasonable in Price. T. IIHIIIIJ! 1 Ltd. -S % -.tibliibeu iMn 10 & II Roebuck Street CHEESE (. MACARONI HATE PUDDING, CURRANT PUDDING SlitTAv. V PUDDING .1 EGG NOO -I'GAR aml ENGUSH CASTOR • AR >SN SPREAD GLUCOSE COCKTAIL B.SCU-TS [ ALLEYNE ARTHUR & Co., Ltd HIGH — T i ii i %  mi mi ml LIGHT & POWER TROUBLE FREE "LISTER ALTERNATOR SETS I 75 KM ME8EI DKIVFV AlTtRVVTO3 KM: 5 KM. I* 5 KM. IC KM. it KM. All empiric uiih s llrkboard* in* Au H I M* "^ Regulator*. THE HXHIttlHiS f-Of'.VWJ['S While Prk Road -:(i t'



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PACE EIGHT THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, I' lililARy s •>-, (rickrt S|OlMS VarlilinK. .%in. rlr. Jamaica Collapse For 204 %  H RAMADHIN, TRESTRAIL KOUT BATSMEN (Bv O. S. COPPIN) PORT-OF-SPAIN. Ken 7 JAMAICA was forced to follow on today when they collapsed on a turning Oval wicket lor 2v4 runs in reply t< Trinidad's first innings total of STO In their second venture at the wfcki the wirkot of Colin Bonitto for 16 runs in 21 mlnul play. i %  .wo bountd a stogte, Ocmrr also appeared to be io fsr rtigh treatment when Groveh fiisl n>lr l overhead for a nc.-ii !i\ •'ripping two yardf 111011 ;.m but the over only yielded iiVi tO-dO) delayed the start for 36 minute* and again during the luncheon intcn ..1 for one hour and 20 minutes. Sonny Ramadhin. Trinidad'* slow right arm bowler was impressive, taking f for 76 tuns in 29 overs Kenny Trrtrail took 3 for 20 In six overs but was assisted by luck for the most part in that the batsmen made simple mistakes Skipper Johnny Groves and Richards became associated m : partnership to-day that added 103 for the third wicket before Groves was caught in hooking a very short one from Trestrail He was at the wicket for two hours and nine minutes in scoring. 38 whii s sound hut %  low innings was dismissed for the third time b) Ramndhin hut topscored for the third time after beinc three hours an • the w* kuM %  Hismi six wickets tumbling wltl the With nr men in hand Jamaiea are *till LSI runs behind Trinidad's first Inning* total. Jamaica factfight to-morrow, the final day of play, luxe Trinidad will surely strive to force a win The Start At 11.36 a.m. Groves eight ano Rickards 17 resumed Jamaica s first innings that stood at 56 for the loss uf two %  howled first ;<> QffOVOS U farm end and Grove* iloei last b;dl of the over through blip Ramadhin on fron end Rlckarda dm hard back past U i uns and then took a single lo i: ofl Hkfl BCXl ball. Groves pulled the last I the uvei. a short off-bw J Stollmeyci fielding closo in UM leg trap was struck under the boar*. Ha i d .ill right attar a go* Ittb, The next over from Pierre. Ramadhin railed an on-drivtr. giving Rackard* two run* The hitter showed his a| ; iff-driving the next hall to the boundary Groves, In the next ossai !i>m Ramadhin square-cut hard Id K sh to square leg for a single by rkards sent up flarre'i next ovei and tb> sent down a maiden over Kickgiigfl audadoualj i it' %  bouncer %  heads of the slip tield'men for four and ', f.r 2, Atki'iaon n end Grow -he first ball through slip (<>i i"" rw played oui the was getting m Grove*, back 01 plot villon end Ganteaume brilliantlv -.Mtii one h.md u> hall of Rlckarda, oui %  ing him ft single. Ferguson bowlbatsmen quiet for a long ipeu with a score 8 Atku "'" Xhc Dorth and • squarish to oN and oil the third. I siond up Uu ''I-'' reach his own Mi Although the battniot ;-i:rsuing a policy of punJahnwn Lhe* only succeeded in getting on. i f Ramadhin's next over ther. htl) Gomex then uowled a maiden war and Ramadhin concede.! „ via tOUOB %  runs -ill %  WO gad the luncheon Ulti ...rUicnhin WOO now aft %  '.ill behind the dot k aking 174 TtiinuUlo OODlptle ovei WM boa neavy drizzle which changed to .. I i wnpou: %  1M I'p The side took lil reach ihiw figures .-. I Uie half-century n the third tune of the 126 minutes to do M 1 i ,1 Atku.son with Ramadhin from lhe farm end from t: %  his spell with a maJ was a doubh Oaanoa ubkui HI end bowhng ofl without a slipfield Steady Howling The ground WM still \ i p.m. and play did not start untii 3 p.m. Groves 31 and HI resumed Jamaic. that stood at II Nyron Asgarull ni gtvvn trom tfti I medium %  Qsj| 1 nlinued from d H>W bowh hall pjst % %  %  itch a', the wit ;.<%  next ovoi II a mat.' •Vina; a h-iu %  li kat da. Ul second %  I iMting Nukards wiih %  %  %  %  He edged an outat 'j.mci but Jeffrey BooUi Mtund slip put a stttl tailored the aovenUos ai th. of AafloraU nulled a short one hard qiuuv leg (or two but a got four runs if the outfield had %  .li w commanding gre..frim botii nig 0001 %  i hie ousoWkagaari %  I. %  QOtp %  %  i' okad i; • %  ptl | -.. us stay ai the artckol Kickards put n Aickct Hi %  %  %  :iOni an off-n: ..1) foi th RaanadMn tossed up onj ir ul HMJ %  id gj itoili a low catch MC dismiss Jai %  - %  livened things a bit by hitting Pamndhin twice to the and giving plentv of air on each occasion but h.'kily out of reach of the fleldsSiollmcyer now replaced Ferhoao third ball smashed GoodridiH' iinaica's first inninR 1 ; at Kentish carried his bat for 13. Goodridge getting 12 Jamaica had batted 258 minutes, falling 169 runs short of the Trinidad lajaaL Hence they were unable to .v .id the follow-on which Skipi r enforced. Trinidad took the field once more at 5.06 p.m., Jamaica opening with Thorbourn and Colin Bonitto. Pierre, who bowled the first ball from the Farm fadl .. Bonitto. had opened the first ith a no-ball. He used four slips, one solitary off-field and three men on the leg side. The over was erratic, two wtdes having been sent down, although the batsmen scored no runs. ..onic/. OOWled from me Pavilihorbourn turned a late inswingcr through the four-man leg trap down deep fine leg for Bonitto. facing, execu%  gO for IWO. The OVOT vielded five runs. Thorbourn now fOCed Pierre from the Farm End The third delivery | no-hall and Thorbourn. using his feet rucely, got it away BUd-on for u brace. YBIPC > D\onshirt football ll entertain H M 3 Devonshire at Beekles Road thii afternoon. The Y M P 'team w*ll be McKenrie. Straker, Dash. Lewis. Baggatt, Bourne. Ed^hill Gomes Chairs car. be hod at 3d. each. '' BJIX. Radio Proitraninie i M1|IN>-D\r ISSJBI %BT S. lflH ., Th li** ^ P"; rrom Lonckw. U. Capr-Town -UK Jock ft£" swam^r^ifjyai^i^aam p.m. BooHi ( ..... F-lrr. R*view 'P M K^> • a m f*' 1 %  %  1 9 pm. io nm HM NSJWI Irom ,i,,n Dwki P*r 10 p.m 1-nd jr-1 pm B*t. ll p m The N* nn#r Art On 7 10 p.m N' *"!? Europe %  hidl of the over Pierre %  truck Bonitto on the pad. An ppeal for leg before was upheld by Umpire Le Kow but the -eemed unpopular, as finrn the Press box which us adirably positioned to view play. to have cleared Ion having been %  truek. Jamaica had lost their first and Bonitto red 2. Neville Bonmo Joined Thorbourn and played out the over. | climaxed the days plav with an elegant covei the last ball of the day from Pierre for four runs. Jamaica's second innings -core %  | runs for MM icket— Neville Bonitto B DOt out: Thorbourn 6 not out. i\T> lt lnnln J" 3 JAMAICA ll I*ninB **? •irf. OulUMt b B.n>dhiii %  Ji.,rt-Kirn b Ptarlw • %  %  ,, I'.kMO. c Btolbw>-r bJUi t> Tir.rr-ii e M.-lB"n b Bm--irilii Ml .Hit Vatanlrt* r* out r..inUt* b r*m ExUai You grow Older every day—and the older you grow, the less is your Natural Resistance i true, but so few remem'jer that th. growing older — still think that irday when ill uf vigour, full of stance to infection. y so many people get colds and they can't shake them -! as they grow older their natural resistance :hi>. b not merely confined to 'age" any young people bring on a state of 'age by over exertion, thus lowering their natural resistance. When e is low people rdar to shake off a cougn than they used to do — that is why so many people have coughs they can't shake off — that's a preparation like M mi, MA1C M ' C BonttW lb w Thorbowii >t .mi N HunlM" i-.t <^>\ BjUlM Ferrol Compound : Mine Cough Mixture that builds as it Heals Fi-rroi Compound is a combination of the ...live pimciplee of ni A 1500 i Vitamin D 500 units per dose, together with other well known Tonics an.' the addiUOO 01 Creosote and Guiaicol Ferrol Compound builu.-BO reind quickly clears up persistent coughs. Start a course Bb liottles now and safeguard yourself against future tl.HHUI(OHfOlM) ai • • H*' BntMl l*' l.r-ili M %  -'! MI>fed. Ii I. pr.,ribf4 hy rhrdcl*a *•* %  % %  •••• %  m 1-.ll".-nll BM pr**l I FRROI. I 0*11-01 \l> *. .r.llv On Sale CARTON Chemists. in the BLUE from alt 111 aM The NV eathcr KIIIAt 'ni UMK :i %  *" %  Sun 8euv: 6.05 p i" Huon I l.j.l llu.iii.1 i I'-I.iu l.llilin: t.JK ) "' %  • % % % %  Halrr. . J m. 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AV F KBHl WHY 8, UK THE BARB.VDOS ADVOCATE PAGE TI1KEE plC il Votes $12,000 p or Oil Expert 1 %  . K..' P!l .(uch have lo %  , inform them II %  fcftrws iff? charted > n > IT** > Kifcwgta' way. 'ToJorual Secretary, -JLTfor fund*the r* C Cn>mcnt had! %  'LpM with no one, %  l lv one] Ik*"' 'Jr,* Resolution v..is. gfl tWt form was be[TfljMisht there was| Kneced"' 1 1 JJSJnncnis for the, %  KTinto force, and %  5Tuk for authority | lb iafricr on the points .-ntiom-r I fclabe in a position j i soon as the gSCwjni.ii Rit the I A. Caar I tfd said that he as* ho r the Government c '. lion which ^^ %  kea amount ijto|, 10 !'"'iii. ('handler rwSOluttOfl was -mother indication .f the way in which modern govcrnment* thought. To them $12,000 was a bagatelle. The Acting Colonial Secretary had told them that the government had made no detailed 'hey had no particular person or persons In mind. He had read in ihe d the report of the aebate in th? Other Place, on the resolution, and had bean no wiser ,'iftcr reading thai debate than If he had not read it. He had hoped that they would have received considera-* nation from the Representative of the Government sitting on his left than what they had'got so far. and he hoped that that further information would ba forthcoming lief ore the question was put tn tha voti they would have tom* Idea I what they were voting for. As the debate on the resolution %  tad :n tha I'ress it was seen that one week the Government wanted $3,000 an later they wanted $20,000. To him that appeared to be a staggering change of policy, and he nottoad thai tha Othai lorn had reduced" the $20,000 to $12,000 In reading the debate he had not followed the reason for thai. '...ml Ailviiv The fact remained that tha Council cither had to vote the $12,000 o r reject the Rl p 'he Government from netting gi On the matter It are* obvioui dvue would be neces%  ary, and ha * ii not therefore wish to limit the Goveinnu *, i i paring vote which %  uld pravanl tnern n %  He felt that when nay sran asked to vote nn amount like $12,000 the Government should %  wanted it. that they estimated so much foe contingandea arid they wanted the Legislle had inquired from an sjrmpany the cost of a sage from Great Britain ii hud been told thai n was 11,5x9. The Publicity I been kind enough to send him i. %  %  r-ntly | pamphlet atari nd From thai could bo aeen thai the most i i Marine and the Windsor which for i charged $9.00 and up I He had worked ml i n \* Chandler said, and in 'hit %  %  had allowed the expert $15.00 a day for hotel rates m t room. H. ad thai In i month U* mould hat \ to get the hang of local conditions and Ml as to the lines On which the regulations Should ba drafted. He did not think that UM expert would have to draft the KJ in detail Iihe AcUng Oolonl said they had an Attorney General's Office tha: i | He had <-limit": $1,500 In I $500 for I guineas-$2,500 I narte totalled I K\pr-rieiir<> He had %  and had seen too main He was satisfied, now* It would oe necessary I that ihe I tlon a no in the • Fiji nor %  i Idfled and technical 'sp aruu a n i He had two letters from twe %  dividual! li vhom he had sought advice. He could not give their n %  %  thnt they had given lie valued their advice vary much. the Informal! Government, apart frofl %  %  regulating; to bt i tor damage caused by mining ipej %  the lighl pipe lines through the to presei ernment leases and four! draft regulations to deter Ueh the market value of the oil will t*determined for purpose: Obvioush. raid Mi Chandler. all those things were necessary Trinidad had at the Head of their Oflleer who wa* termed In i '..ieum Tecbnolonist. That officer had thl ly skilled ante, and given advice on would like to ask ;f tl i rnent had inquin eminent of Trinidad whether %  the matter and Whether I %  the De partment that he had mentions to come to Barb ; ;!iat they needed Hardly Necessary Mi C'ILIIIU. in h an %  %  "in Trinidad, his estimate of 500 guineawould ha;. iry. Tha: department In Trinidad had been responsible Cor all tht legislation m that Island* and if Trinidad had bean prod for the past 3$ yean, he could i that experience was not good enough for %  nould be regulations to prohibit foreigners owning oil nghts except under ipeeJal Met nse Ttu n %  %  i and to That advice which he had %  i Dkirn (M smat had h .dual. The the other was on ilmluu Unas. Be was Mr. Bon%  Department in Tt Mr. Chandler quoted i paragraph from Mr Foster'a lettai u follows: Oil mlnlni %  %  nl mining lease's In US) regulation lb the ex:>oth on the land | %  %  manI ger poll %  • %  %  %  M ids the irranting of licences, what exactly did the Government mean ? Did they mean the *hape of the license, or did the area I .could bo '• It mlgfn refer I i thequestion as %  T they were goUf tc %  whole thing up between two or Three companies. If that was tha hould tell 1 a about it 1 t^d some mfoi %  what was meant by advice on the granting of Chinese Lund Oh Siam Coast KOK. Feb. -,. Slam police reported to-day that within the past th; Bouth chma and Htnnn Island have Iw-en landing ita coast of Slam near order The pohes %  oma of the illegal immigrants might be making their wards to Join the ComuerUlai who are harilslaya. —Renter. | Tins HEINZ SpagffM Tomat twitii .. Bakrtt Mayonaise ,. Sandwich Brnad VnaaaabV ,. Oxtail Soup %  Paai : pie Juice. Qua %  FruJI INCE & Co.. Ltd. 3IAL 2236 ROtBU:* ST Whenever you feel discomfort after meals, iuu tuck two Retimes, one Other, As they dmolre, their balanced Mend of antacid ingredient|osi ttnUglM U where %  ibet, sad con Voo can always *enle >m J4 id HiHiuih imnicdiaiely. if you carry n few Rermiet ihey re wrapped 'cparjiclyt in your andeai li ihcydon'cglTe .i l ooM fan u* your dOCSBI Gel Kennies ai any c he mitt. mm GETTING UP ffttttt? %  %  (! if I WUI iWp it hratwi hj tshJ toumg and turnint nut khlon • ma? htttUam. Wlwn •Itfdtf. Twrabca aadtrt Tt help tout lidwti rtfain %  n-m.1 .Mdrtw. ua* IWJ K.dnr. I'ilk IWJ i Ula Ihe knW,. gat rid W patatna •itl'in TWo Hppaat! r-Kammw •iatp ana awaka tIt-trkatplar Gat tht Ciiatr POt. iai.T. Only hr larat bsMUaldnj ftaraa. • ... • DRIVE AWAY SKIN DISEASE ri|l, Hgm Kaaltr ptnttiat n J t % %  %  rr mi. >iop pwMmina .ivJ htlp* O. r H tWtfl I II >uffl iti. i BAT, UlNl.WlHTM. l'Kl ASt l l 1 II I n. Allhr •auir itnu-ii prOwN taluaMe aursUvc ptopeettai ireaaajtli .md aaaeavi and help > lO maintain vcur :.••( tad asaaai tvorkoepiar. *• %  thai laed pi.m\ .>< ikourishssaas t> i aaeat tbAlieavvdesBsatdi no .our avasrai aaada i<> hoi,ilrtaadavs. V\ hilr you hava Imlc apprliie lor hSV1 ataala, IBH Usjht foodi rou prafa* .t.tun dWdksaM la Isaawttaai \ lt" ol 'Oculetnr CoM makeKM %  i al ^TnirnsniiriiMasjaad r.-'. L !in ; OBCttMra'ed ncMirtahoMni tr."i x mm i asei rood . lid m.lK. IT niik %  nl .IUI, and mixliuj trucouihli wi whl.k, I f '3 Ovaltm tnerffisintf W^g We/re.vftint/Oelicious ,,.'if tint hv ^wiA^:^.,; .r&i7,'s&&. ^> I OU wouUtn t BMN our mor tun,; Imi how about uaajarl Uaniintis ? You'll t pSSntd inside sj oui by taking a gLau of lg Andrewi Uver Salt in ihe n