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The Barbados advocate

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Title:
The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown, Barbados
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Barbados -- Bridgetown

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Apr. 22, 1983-
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No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.

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Principal Attorney
of Davson and Com-
ied, and W. A. Macnie,

—(By Cable)

(B.C. Museum
(Cost $211,839

ORGETOWN, Feb. 1.
aiplans for the new build-
Royal Agricultural and
ial Society which will
! new B.G. Museum
en approved and are in
imis of the architects. It is
Duilding will be com-
ir at-a revised cost

(plus architects’

pr, Sir Charles
Patron of the
is Majesty the King is
h) created history on
g the first Gov-
ever to attend
1 Meeting of the
4. Raatgever was un-
ed President for
“Mr. F. Harold Martin-
he outgoing President,
P nine successive

building to accom-
seum will occupy
feet. The Govern-
80 per cent and the
cent of the cost of
hg.—(C.N.S,)

Bae

Teplied :
accused of giving in-
Which might be useful
Sy unknown per-

@ purpose preju-
Safety of interests of

also alleged to have
eo milar offence in the
in February, 1945,

his first appearanc
ppearance
fon February 3, after a

*f-minute hearing for
charges and evi-
st, Sir Laurence

Magistrate or-
ie ending

Mm for a dull commen

Ould hear the case

ere Was an “extra-
to justify an-



en

« The discovery

Advocate Correspondent) Princess McGregor
| their home by Mr
ish Guiana delegation | brother after the nei
Conference in Gren-
were Honourable
, Honourable D. P.
ut-Colonel O. A.
pnomie Adviser, R. R.
President of the
ducers Association,
Seaford, C.P.E.,
of Booker Bros.,

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' RKarbados

ur Murdered In
British Guiana
Police Shoot Man Armed
With Cutlass

Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
( GEORGETOWN, B.G., Feb. 10,

RS and the discovery of the dead hody
‘un infant child in a Buxton East Coast beach shocked
‘greas on Thursday and called out special C1.
‘icators from Police Headquarters

‘the first report came from Buxton Village where ¢ tof a male East.Indian child of four was #
n-Friendship East Coast foreshore sewn un

of

I

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was msé

fisnerman who notific



police who were on a
|} the mother,
A few hour later a tragic

adopted daugnter, 4-year

found





Gregor

‘te ignbours be-
came suspicious on seeing a hoy
lamp still burning. McGregor
body was found lying face down-
wards in blood on the dining room
floor while her dlaughter
lying with a yawning wound
her forehead in bed.

Two year-old Cecilia, anothe:
adopted daughter was foun
alive and unhurt in the kite!
with blood sprinkled on her f:

Mrs. McGregor’s fingers wer
also badly mutilated ‘and het
right thumb almost severed,



‘

Her husband, a Village pig
dealer, left the family. at home
on Wednesday morning on regu-

WEEKES SCORES DOUBLE CENTURY.

{ the village}
hunt for|

'

double murder shocked muti
| Ulverston village on the Corent ie
} Coast when the podies OL 60-year]







; answer to an urgently cabled en- pon “to

| quiry, Secretary of State Creech ° Communist attempt to seize th | \ lers
| Jone; nad denied an Associated West Indians In London city py uth putsch at the « | Gibbs eae Rol.

/ Price:

Aduocate

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ad | ‘Barbados Hit 666:
B.G. 62 For 2

EVERTON WEEKES, world record holder and
one of the best batsmen that Barbados has

| been able to contribute to the International cricket
| arena scored an undefeated 236 at Kensington yes-
| terday, the highest score of his career, and this
| constituted the top score in the Barbados first in-
| nings of 686 for 6 wickets declared as the first
| British Guiana-Barbados Test entered upon its

second day of play. Gibbs were steady yesterday and
British Guiana with 90 minutes commanded great respect from
at the wicket have lost two wieck- the batsmen although all the odds
ets for 62 runs and to this total were in the favour of the bats-
| Robert Christiani, another West men.
Indian cap, has contributed 33 not With British Guiana at the
yut wicket Barbadians were able to
The wicket was perfect again see Frank King in action since his
terday ad there was bright sojourn in Trinidad. He opened
rn Kensington into up at a pace faster than that of
tsman’s paradise. any pace bowler in the Trinidad-
vas 66 not out on Jamaica series just concluded and
and Johnny Lucas 21 certainly had more direction. He
iook the Barbados total had Gibbs beaten and dismissed
r.3 wirkets to 475 before 1Lb.w ith an inswinger that
usa 59 having tricd came off the pitch at a tremend-
» eross one from Gaskin pitched ous rate and one British Guianese











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| well up on the leg and ce~tre was down without a run being
j |} stumn seored

‘

Weeses scoring with powerf i Norman Marshali, however,

ate cuts and crisp drives both on came on first change from the
the off and on-side of the wicket, Pavilion end to steal the bowling

!
| EVERTON WEEKES reaches 200 with a drive to the on-bounde?
raced to his individual century in honours for the day. He sent
|
|

| off Gaskin's bowling at Kensington Oval yesterday.
Creech Jones i bowling at Kensington Oval yesterday

188 minutes and at that time he down five consecutive maiden

US. Will Still

had hit 14 fours. He added an- overs in one of which he beat

’ d . : other 50 to his own total in an British Guiana’'s promising open-
Denies A I B ® idditional 53 minutes and com- jing batsman Bruce Pairaudeau
ee ae 7 e in CLM | pleted his double century ir 250 with one that went straight
Oman or asis minutes through instead of breaking back

ON JUNE ] Although the from the oft,

British Guiana aking the edge
af the bat and
resulting in his
being caught at
the wicket
Pairaudeau who
scored 21 before
he was dismissed

Report .

e aid tc iis jbowling was
; : AZE, Be 10 rT BERLIN, Feb, 10 |pteadier vyester- |
Today Govern tonald Garve the lied and Ger author-/day, medium
told Billboard reporter in e/ ities in West Berlin can be relic | ened Gaskin
t ly with an) |and’ slow left













lar busi | Press report that Britain had re- May, American High Commis- | lock notably so, looked impres-
a usiness and returned home| fused British Honduras’ request | e o, % y toner vonn MeCioy told reporter, | yet the Barbados sive and set for
on Thursday night to learn of| for restoration of the dollar to ope is Sn t Ss ell here toda | batsmen never big things. He
the tragedy. | parity with the United States : ‘On June first, West Berlin wil jallowed the off-drave King
Blood stains were found on the} @ollar. S D h y till be here and will: we.” l score to wet ‘bes for 4 then on-
dining 200m. window andicn the|. Tae menetaiel Brees reper dani ugar eat arrant tated vied’ tee? skal drove for anoth-
ground of the yard. | first brought to the Governor's Phe reported Communist pl {}Four hundred er four (all run) i
2 | notice resterday b i 2 mi . va Youth ma { Beri | is went nd.als on- }
While CLD. sleuths were] reporters seek abo ate (From Our Own Correspondent) oo ’ Sg cr hamsall Sak rian aie drove Atkinaon {
making the 80-mile journey from} —(By Cable.) ern, eisai ; _ LONDON, Feb. 10 ar vcCloy who arrived 1 jin another 48 ee
Georgetown to Ulverston a re-| : MISS FLORENCE HORSBRUGH, the only Conserva- | @erlin thi ning for a 12 minutes and the Marshall fin- ;
port came from Peter's Halll ‘ tive woman ex-Minister, said in her Election broadecasi |’ He thiuene 4) we are ee mene vith: ‘the {
gd, a Mt eh ; Q~ le ; : a ae 5 aie nt ; He thought the western aut! reached in an- xcellent | res ;
ae | at a a the| €35.000 To last night that the Conservatives believed better food could | jije« Macdidaannapodeneat, nd sea . a a igures
or é strict 2 obt: . 4 ‘ Rls we Alea ita . ~~» = |
Dabeie-Conisotnd tlie Bit | be obtained more cheaply if Government bulk buying was | tintil they knew more about *‘\ rhe batsmen ives iA tease ii 2
eq to shoot 56-year old Poka with| Im yrove Health stopped. She said that the Conservatives would let expert |! poral going to happer pent up 500 in whom British
a shotgun in his leg to effect his| I traders do the job. la gt at ‘Sowlet fort ' ae 550 “ot 3h eons oa :
ie . =a "7 5 ~ iad en . . a ‘ areal Sovie effort to re-regi 090 in another rally h t
arrest after for two hours he had| * Mr. J. M. Campbell, Deputy!) ont Germ: ; TE. turally have pu
‘ F s ad} “oe : uly ‘ 1 rman youth, this ti iy |minutes, After EVERTON WEEKES sir
locked himself in a three room| In Leewards Islands : . aileet ak S et oe neta Com | an alien mould.’ ii this the rate of scoring increased jin the batt esas oak: cere
hut and--all but decapitated his| ; h Bisec pe FR te epee A rm lana As uhether bala neidiae A tha als ’ De ere g | Ceparynerdy: SPOTS
wife Jagoda and defied all attempts| ANTIGUA, LEEWARD ISLANDS, | onn ft@spondent this wiorfiing: “We cad To nes (Yethes counter meas} considerably. andthe sixth..bune.33-not out-in free, confident style
Jasoda and defied all attempts | : ures would be taken by the wee | dred was hoisted after 454 min- i ;
of the police and. village: Feb. 10, | qv. | only; Hope that the Conservatives | i; Soviet inspired restrict utes play. It took another 32 While Leslie Wight who is. un-
ter , ; nee A free grant of £35,000 has been § oes | are not including sugariin this pein trame conte ee ee! Ph crhadwe bateman (“defeated with 6 to his credit was
enter, 1 ‘ grant See as eo poliey Jerlin afy continued MeCk minutes for the Barbados batsmen the soul of patience and restraint
| made from the f ritish Colonial | “Mr Oliver Stan! ee dt ns | lid they w ld t refused tc |to boost the score to 650 and the He + k three arters fa h ‘
When the police arrived Poka| Development and Welfare Fund to} 1¢ oaniae ng he ee Ber Shenley Bnd’ otht ive detail entire innings of 686 for 6 lasted ~° 00% “TES Quarters of an nour
9¢ shalli oa + , _ Pp nm : S assert ane . ADU: im I 2 4, eaaing onservatives lave i } over us irs run and 14s oeen
was shelling the crowd outside} improve Public Health Services in | /ARD THE JOHN BISCOE, | lead c t ! < ; rie rs

with bottles and other missilé

Two constables attempted to enter | St, Kitts (population 29,834), Nevis

and retreated in face of a cutla
attack,

Corpl. Hintzen then borrowed a
Shot-gun from a_ village



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Fuchs Has
lothing To Say

‘fo Prison Pending Old Bailey Trial

LONDON, Feb. 10.

!“T have nothing to say at this stage.”

The solemn, fog-begrimed Court
building is a grim contrast to the
colour-splashed entrance to the
nearby Opera House and the glist-
ening, glass roof frame of the

DR KLAUS FUCHS, the 38 year old British Atomic)
est who was accused of disclosing Atom secrets, made
“Don, pbearance in court to-day.

j his trial he was asked if he had anything to say!

| India Will Not

market. But the tiny Number |

Three Court with its bright red
leather upholstery, resembles a
modern cucktail lounge.

A police inspector took the |

names of about 100 newspaper
men before allowing them into the
Court. The close interest Brit-
tain’s top military men is show-
ing in the case was indicated by

the presence in Court of Marshal |

three of the Leeward Islands— Feb. 10 |in the House of Commons ae exports of stees OF 506 minuses at the wicket for 87 minutes in




























. , he
Ingrid Bergman | said in an approved policy state- | Cne of them dying, were dug out

| , Pee@eup . . .
ment that they are opposed to} PY rescue workers so far

Yo Wed In 10 Days bulk purehase except in special | Snow more than six feet dev

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I
i
T } tern Germ hac < ty leeke: ad: » ate 1 i
The Antarctic rescue ship Jobim |plthough the Party opposed b Scie eee ee Pes . ee i vane 7 fe ‘ le cuts scoring 6 not out |
(11,383) and Anguilla (5,036) — reached Stonington ‘Island | buying it would be yecessary ar comantatee class va | box le \ th tenon tt who “The British Guiana team who i
900) and 2 é v5 . ; mnsultatior vith the more pace ‘ 3 2 '
r { Saiaesiiae ; early today. She arrived after ajit to continue in certain colonic : aon: W ERE, EE See ee yan ON are 624 runs behind with eight i
The grant will cover the cost of}, : ; illie: MeClo i jthe previous day but did not give ‘
a eA, a : vk nits three day struggle through heavy | with such commodities as sug: It ; . ; we “., Wickets in hand, face a very j
uildinmg ,and equipping a ma pack ice from the British base on “In. any 6a I am sure Briti not correct to descrit a single chance until he had tern fight when the game is con-
health centre and outposts, it was] ‘4 Ym Ge > vsilag i gedy one ole 7 t ction as a counter measur: | reached 235 when off the last bal! > ; ; = , \
‘ : Argentine Island to pick up six |housewives would not want chea; a ay _" " tinued to-day {
announced to-day.—Reuter, scientists who have bee narooned|er sugar at the cost of b following Soviet traffic restric. | of the innings from Rollox he hi
aC} uSsts Who have been maro 1 1m 4 at > COS 0 ‘ > ;
. Qe i " : ae : } aa ‘ F ad anaus tior it the tactic of the p {out and skied the ball to long on :
on Stonington Island in Mar-| poverty in the colonies } but Pa ude who only ‘ot
. a . » h I t ry E & , ) \
Ki < qi G or guerite Bay for the past two years. | Mr. A. E. V. Barton, Secretar vse wr my a 1 a 4 mas i il Pein to | ?
Ce ous not 2 igle hi » be fe ad
irs yerman [wo planes of the Biscoe rescue |of the W.1.C. said: “I think all a ot lurt Sovic holt it ORS TS Soe OM }
- nN ra expedition have already flown out/ Parties recognise that sugar i ree a ; F ONG Mie B Weeie: . ;
he mY Te U S i; Solan tieie a te pane ale artes In Berlin the inipact of EF. C. A With this exception eeke Os
Tit OY DS Ceca iV = > who had been a 4c lal case iaattan ante take | treated the crowd to as grand an 9
Stonington, Britain’s most south- He considered Miss Horsbrugh eee ears, ae ~ a ; . ce hog ;
; : , a tself felt Reuter | exhibition of batsmanship as could |
C erly Antarctic survey base forrremarks were a genere ate- | veute oy y CG Ve 0. :
Since The War ones oes urve) ase f an nara cy fal just a general stat Pe Ce | be witnessed on any of the fam- c eee ees ee a :
The Bisod \ . a } jous International cricket grounds. rhe tdin yurgh , STOR ;
WASHING'(ON, Feb. 10. 1. if Biseoe hopes to bring out] West Indian business circles ‘ British Guiana fielded unfalter- | Festival lost £24,207 in its three
The State Department has ac-}the base’s picked dog teams and|here are watching the clecti tL Va ance e | iruadak ioe tees ae te huge total | weeks run last year, the annual
: > 5 i770. ‘ecaste a th ' m Ne
éepted the West German Gov-]# number of highly prized em-| forecasts and promises with ti : land saved many runs. Rollox and | festival report stated.—Reuter,
ernment’s nomination of Dr. Hans] Peror penguins | greatest attention. They feel th; ® 7 i ul ' ;
Schlange-Schoeningen as first The ship, under her Liver pool| although the Socialist Gover l i Ine ee SPSL LPL PLE PPL PLLA PE
* ADB». ‘ ' . , ‘ ’ , |
post- ne German envoy to th born Commander H Kirkwood | ment is pledged to continue the “ ¥
¥ “ “ ° singe ML.
- 4 : sushed south under direct orders| bulk buying policy, colonial ter: > ¥
United States, State Department] ! a 4 : t : uy policy, i >
official ee to-day. : from Sir Miles Clifford, Governor| tories will discover bargain IN PARIS 1%
Offic: oe. i that telegram of the Falkland Islands | after the election will still be > “
erie aaries tention at Heri At the base with the six scien-| difficult as West Indian neg N PARIS, Feb, 10 %
7 tp: ng As : a — vom ei sey tists were Major Kierce Butl |}have encountered in the rece: Nine people, including one ch 1%
Schiange-- one sen Was sen ; ln were NO > > any “ |
‘ the grew Ge Sava ent to-day, | Planner of the rescue flights Commonwealth sugar talks. ere reported killed, when t | st
t the ° 1e 1e jm = . s : » ‘ ore —_
wth sonh re +} uld a landed at Stonington last week| The policies of other political ee huts were swep 1x
: { at he wou er= ‘hy « ees an ag
ee eae ce Dee 1-Gen-| from one of the rescue planes | parties, on bulk purchase, how 4y an avalanche at Tignes in the] %
form the duties of ” phase Even —Reuter.| ever do not paint a much rosier! French Alps to-day. »
eral, but would not have a diplo | picture. | Five dead bodies—three 1%
matic or consular status The Conservatives have already | them women—and two children | %
—Keuter ‘
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of the Royal Air Force, Lord Por- |
tal, former Chief of the Air Staff.|

Thé American Federal Bureau of
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the Chinese Nationalist Govern- “This Government expects | HOLLYWOOD. Fe 10. |
ment nst “deliberate aerial/Teceive prompt and categorical ete 1 ro lee all ue
ttacks” on American property in) assuranees that there will be Dr. Peter Tinastopm was silerty ®
mist——held Shanghai, the! repetition of Chinese Airforce|‘'O-48y on the’ report tha Ing: *
Department announced | attacks on American property”’.| Bergmah had sec red a SivOfCR 5
| to-day the note added from him ina celyil court in| ¢
Chinese Nationa aircraft la A state Department spokesman | Mexico te ‘ai
cided Shanghai fonday aid property of the Shanghai John Vernon, his friend, told|% EVERY TIME
a iote complained that the | Power Company and the Standard| reporters he had talked to Dr x 4 4 i
60D } Airforce w making ¢ ¥ acuutY Oil Company 18 | Landstorr ufter the divorcee arn-|%
ana ; DARD, Barbados Captain, grounds safely after being beaten by a delivery from ‘ g mumber of attacks of waged } Monday’s rai nounecement ut his reaction was s
7 being stumped by wicket- keeper McWatt before opening his score 5 esterday. | American property, and densel; —Reuter. | “No comment”. —Renter. LOLS LCE LLL LOE LL LIVITELS OS.



! ;

cases (special cases being unde-, Was hindering rescue work, and| 5

oo > ° ROME, Feb. 10. | fined) and the Liberals have an { there was a risk of new falls 5

Lift I etrol Ration Swedish Film star Ingrid Ber nounced they will reduce bull Workers from the Tignes dan N

5 a ; man will marry Italian Director} purchase food especially unde and mobile police were to-nig! ‘ N

NEW DELHI, Feb, 10 | Roberto Rossellini in Rome in 101 short-term-contracts trylag to dig out the snow-co\ ‘ 3

India does not intend to days time it was learned: authori+} —(By Cable | ered road from Bourg Saint} ®% :

move control on petrol, as it coulc) tatively here to-day. } Maurice to Tignes. —Reuter ‘ ;
not afford the foreign exchange Brain Specialist Lindstron ‘



that would be required for un

Hi

| plans to file suit for divorce fromm

restricted consumption, the Min-| Tariq Bergman. in California, ae] SO@Cialist Motion | Petrol Control Will):

ister for Power, N. V. Hadgil, told} coon as their attorneys agree on

Parliament here to-day in an-| 4 property settlement. and ae Accepted Save Dollars— Attlee

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oy etrul eae in Australia a en eee en STOCKPORT, Feb. 10 ,
was abolished on Wednesday. "This was announced here to- BONN, Feb. 10 Prime Minister Attlee to-day ;
—Reuter day by a friend of Dr. Lindstrom A Bundestag unemploymen | verbally spanked Winston Church- s

spel —— : —Renter. | meting was closed shortly afte | ii for suggesting rationed British :

one o clock this morning aft motorists could be given moré 5

i lasting eight hours. gasoline. “It is quite easy to sec :

The sitting had been expectc } that he :

oy : has not. given one min-
Missing Mormoms | to last all night, but the House or] yte’s thought to this subject”
| an early vote accepted a sociali Attlee said at a Jabour Parts

Were Arrested jme“ion requesting Chancell» | rally. Churchill told the election







| Adenauer to submit quickly rally at Devonport that his ‘Tories

PRAGUE, Feb. 1( comprehensive programme for ©! | would end the gasoline rationing

The two missing Mormom Mis-; cmployment. at the earliest possible moment
sionaries who disappeared two Almost all members of the Gov-] it they avon February 23 Gen-
vecks ago are under arrest in| ernment parties abstained fre] cral Election. Me said that “even



| gaol, head of the Mormon Mise} Se The only opposition ‘| if it may not be possible to abol-
| sion in Czechoslovakia said to-day ne motion came from the extreme] ish petrol rationing altogether, it
| to-day. right.—Keuter, may soon be possible to greatly

ee ~ oe increase basic ration”. British
7 Chi motorisis are limited to $0 mile
| iat ~ iE a month for pleasure driving, The
U.S. Protests To China — |.

rovernmment has restricted tne



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Against Aerial Attacks ave dollars —(Oan. Press.) : i ce:
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Hs EXCELLENCY the Gov-
érnor and Mrs. Savage"
accompanied by Mr. W. Lambert,
Privaté Secr@iary, attended the
intercotonial cricket game be-
tween Barbados and _ British

Guiana at Kensington yesterday.

«an a»
Red Letter Day
ADAME BROMOVA has how
completed arrangements for
a dancing display which will be
presented by
pupils at the Empire Theatre on
Thursday, March 23rd, and there

will be both matinee and evening 4

shows.

The proceeds of these perform- ;
’

ances are to be devoted to the
establishment of a “Ballet Fund”,
under the control and manage-
ment of a local committee. Par-
ticulars about this fund will be
published shortly.

Capt. Raison, and the Police
Band are to provide the Intermis-
sion Music and will accompany
the dancers throughout. The pro-
gramme will cover all types of
stage dancing from character and
classical to operatic ballet.
Amongst the special items is a

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her students and :



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“ Short
and no politics

back and sides |

School Boys at Cricket

ys. at Kensington,

the School Boys’ Stand was
completeiy filled and there must
have been well over two hundred
boys in it. A loud burst of applause
came from them, when their
idol, ‘Boogles’ Williams, went out

“Classroom” scene, a “Glimpse of to take his turn at the crease.

a Parisiam Cafe”, dances of the
‘Naughty Nineties,” and a render-
ing of “Les Sylphides” in the true
ballet tradition.
From avhat Carib has already
r€hearsals March 23rd will
ly be a red letter occasion.
«an «an





Many Happy Returns

I ISS JEANETTE GODDARD,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Cecil Goddard of George Street,
Belleville, celebrated her seven-
teenth birthday yesterday. The



ced by a buffet
ther home.
arty afterwards went to
nd Concert at the Hastings
Among those present
Miss Betty Goddard, Miss
Patterson, Miss Lucille
e, Miss Joanie Farmer, Mr
we Pairaudeau, Mr. Michael
rse, Miss Greta Bushell, Mr
41 Cole, Mr. Ralph Armstrong
i Mr. David Maingot.
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Enjoying Himself

- IKE to Cadet John Schofield
Rock as surrounded

the Hastings
by
attractive young ladies and
1ed to be thoroughly enjoying
f.. He one of the sev-

H.M.S. Devon-













at the Band Con-
the B.G. skipper
G and Arnold
Wig hundreds of
pec h Rocks to
ypacity last
«an an

To Get Acquainted With
R. & a fr PI





M’ Mi lip A. Johnson
4 from Norwich, Connecticut,
here to spend two weeks at

Windsor Hotel. They arrived
y by B.W.1.A. from Ja-







rR where they have been

ling a short holiday and

ave come to get ac-

d@ with Barbados Mz

n is a retired businessman
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On Holiday

LEWIS, Superin-

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For Carnival in Trinidad

i Clarke

D* . t "Walter his — =



Trinidad for Carni

One of the lads even took his
picture, and walked away looking
as pleased as punch.
«an «»
Asst. Director of Education
M®* E. C. M. THEOBALDS,
the new Assistant Director
of Education, arrived from Jamai-
ca yesterday by B.W.1.A. and will
be staying at Indramer Guest
House, Worthing.

Mr. Theobalds, who was born
in St. Vincent in 1897, was edu-
cated at St. Mary’s College, St.
Lucia and at London University,
where he obtained his B.A. in
1917. He has lived most of his
lite in St. Lucia but has been &

Jamaica for eleven years where
he was Inspector of Schools. He
has also acted as Assistant Direc-
tor of Education on several
occasions,

In May 1948, he went to St.
Vincent for eighteen months
where he was Education Officer
He has visited Barbados several
times before.

«a»

Quite A Change
ARLY yesterday morning a
solitary old lady was wending

«a»

her way across Trafalgar Square,
and she narrowly missed bump-
ing into a moving car. Startled
she said, “Don’t knock me Gown
sir. God bless you.” Quite a
change from the general replies,

which generally go like this, “Wa
wrong wid ye, ye ’en got a horn?”
—“Ye can't wait!” etc.

“
70 Miles from Georgetown
M® and Mrs. Pat O'Dowd and

their baby son Anthony

arrived from British Guiana re-
cently on three months’ holiday
Mr. O’Dewd is with William

Fogarty’s Brick and Tile Factory
at Coomacka, seventy miles up
the Demerara River. They are
staying with Mr. and Mrs. John
Williams of Chelsea Road.

<>»

Enroute To Grenada

D* and Mrs, J. H. Jaffer, from
Stanford Connecticut, plan
u per

ia holiday in Grenada
They arrived yesterday by
B.W.LA. from Jamaica and will
be here fur a fow days en route
They afterwards wish to visit
Trinidad and Haiti They are
guests at the Wndsor Hotel.

«» «<>»

His Own Composition?
TERRIFIC fanfare from the
Biscuit Man's Trumpet greet

ed the many boundaries, fifties,
and especially Everton Weeks’
double century at Kensington
yesterday. This fanfare seems to
> be entirely his own composition,
for it has anything that Harry
James may have tried beaten
absolutely ‘flat’

BY THE WAY.....

Narkover has

of those scan-

HE new term at
| egun wit ne










which iid finish off a
priggish academy in no?
it appears that a house-

€ who got into difficulties

the bookies during the holi-;
signed away his house to

icate of them
as
it syndicate turned
take possession of their
proj y much to the amusement
with whom the new-
a roaring trade. The
Mr. Warblow, joined the
ivoid being evicted
liick, who had been
aw lling stuff to a friend, re-
turned t hear the odds being
ited from the uppér windows
t the boys were set-
happily he went on
Four boys playing cards



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on pel steps told him what
ne d, and he at once saw
the f this new arrange-

ment The Governors,



Pattern Service

is now lo
at

WHITFIELDS only

up yes-Â¥

nowever,

and a few old-fashioned parents,
xee the matter in a more sombre
light.
Suet Gives A Hint
The position is such that, while

willing to reveal, to a certain exr-

tent, what is necessarily being
‘done at present, those who sup-
port my ideals are

osised yesterday in a sense. Before
ia full disclosure can be made,
certain preliminary conditions

(must be fulfilled, and these, gov-
erned by circumstances obtaining
from time to time, are, of course,
independent of whatever else has

to be considered,
(C. Suet, Esq.)
Bring Me An Alp

HE despatch of snow from of music ; >.
Norway for a ski-jump on for an echo failed. When the | ‘
Hampstead Heath may lead to echo passage was played the echo | ;

mountain from Switzerland, to be
unexpected delights, among them
a revival of the plan to bring a



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at d TOOLINA
Just opened at both

handicapped
* by the reasonable margin of de-
lay imposed by what was empha-

TOOTALS

EVANS & WHITPIELDS

a

Calling

For Cricket Tournament
R. A. NORRIS HUGHES,
President of the Grenada
Chamber of Commerce and Presi-
dent of the Grenada Cricket As-
sociation, is now in Barbados to
witness the Intercolonial cricket
tournament which is being played
at Kensington. He arrived on
Wednesday by B.W.I.A. and
will be here for about two weeks
as a guest at the Hotel Royal.

«» «es
Back To School
R. OSWALD BOYCE, a stu-
dent of the Caribbean Train-
ing College at Maracas, Trinidad,
returned to Trinidad on Tuesday
by B.W.I.A. after spending a
holiday with his relatives at Pas-
sage Road.
Paid Short Visit
R. KENNETH FIFI, an em-
ployee of B.W.1.A., Trini-
dad, returned home by B.W.I.A.
on Wednesday evening after
spending a short holiday in the
island. He was staying at Super
Mare Guest House.
<> <>»

Guianese Here on Holiday
N two months’ holiday and
staying at “Bagshot” the
Stream, is Mr. and Mrs. George
Marx from Georgetown, British

Guiana.

retary of Wm. Fogarty Ltd.,/
Georgetown. Also on_ holiday
from B.G. are Mr. and Mrs. |

Alfred Rego.
Office Staff of Wm. Fogarty Ltd.
They are also here for two
months and are staying at Silver
Sands.

«> <>

Hospital Matron From B.G.
ISS DORIS PREMDAS, As-
sistant Matron attached to

the Puvlic Hospital, Georgetown,

British Guiana is now in the

island for abuut three weeks

holiday. She arrived on Tuesday
by B.W.LA. and is staying at

Indramer Guest House, Worthing

A Guianese, Miss Premdas
lived in England for 23 years
having gone there at an early
age. After recei\ing her educa-
tion, she ;took up mursing at
Whipps Cross Hospital and later
worked in various hospitals in
England.

During the war, she worked in
military hospitals and was bombed
out on many occasions. In 1946
she was appointed to her present
the Colonial Office and
her way to British
Guiana, she had a glimpse of
3arbados while travelling on the
“Ariguani” which made a brief
stop here.

Miss Premdas is a sister of Dr
Ivan Premdas, a former Guianese
Scholar who is now practising in
England.

«» <
Happy Birthday
ANY happy returns also to
Mr. Louis Pitcher who cele-
brates his birthday to-day.
“© “

Comings and Goings .
RS. FLORENCE Daysh, re-
turned from Jamaica yester—

day by B.W.LA. after attending
the First Women’s Conference in|
the W.L, which was held in|
Jamaica. The other member from|
3arbados, Mrs. A. W. Scott is due)
to leave Jamaica to-day, but wi!!!
be going to Trinidad for a short
visit, before returning to Barba-|
dos. |
x a a
Mr. Pat Wallbridge, Sales Man-
ager of Singer Sewing Machine
Co., left for Trinidad yesterday
by B.W.LA.
ao

post by

on

oe *

Rev. R. Palmer—Barnes, of the
James St. Methodist Church also
left by B.W.1A. for Trinidad
yesterday.

Mr. Rego is on the! der’s ladder?

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE
The Short Cut Is
Here To Stay

FROM dress styles to hair
styles. Seoring over 16 rivals,
28-year-old Leonard Winton, of
Regent Street, won the Hairdress-
ing Spring Fashion Contest, held
at the Roya] Hotel, Woburn Place

His model was auburn-haired}
Frances Power, aged 17, a hair-
dressing apprentice from Ken-/
sington. Her hair, oniy 4iin.
long, was dressed in g simple.)
asymmetrical shingle.





Once his wrists are loose Rupert
takes the knife, cuts through the

|
He forecasts an _ indefinite) s that are binding him,
future for the short cut—“main-| pradie. bis friend is ie. 100.
ly because women find it easy | “And now fell me what all this
to handle.” means. How did you come
He likes it worn with earrings,| here?” asks the litrle bear. “It
thinks it is best suited to young} happened this morning.” cries Sam.
women with oval features. “The firs: time | went ow the



Another believer in the short
cut was Mr. Charlies Dennison,
who won a concurrently run
competition for hair styles in
postiche.

“I expect_to see short hair stil!
in vogue ten years from now,”
he said. —L.E.S.

Up And Down

When I saw Madder, he was
part way up a ladder. He went
up four rungs, down seven rungs
and up ten.. That put Madder at
the top of the ladder. Then he
went down nine rungs, up ‘ee







SHOWING
OLYMPIC

rungs and down 10. That put

Mr. Marx is Asst. Sec-| Madder at the bottom of the lad-

der, that is, with his feet on the)
earth.
So how many rungs had Mad-



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for calculating.
il. Put the brake on. ‘*
13 ‘9 this is a habit with mules.
4 ;
15 Lie as you walk between the
pews. (5)

16 Stretch from the week-end. (3)
17. They can, of course, be reset. (5)
19 Kind of person who has 10
spirit. (7)
23 This Ancient Greek coin equals
three halfpence. (4)
24. Animal breaks a firearm. (3)
25. Just fancy, bitterness over @ roan
eur, (7) 26. It is shed. (4)
27. Can be a slip of memory, (5)

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ping contest. (3)
10. Indurated. (8)
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Mr. Alan Hulse, businessman,
returned from British Honduras
via Jamaica yesterday by B.W.1LA
after spending a holiday in that
colony.



By Beachcomber

set up on Salisbury Plain. In
1909 a man called Taplow wanted
to start a syndicate to bring one
of the Italian lakes to Leicester-
shire.
was impracticable, he said pet-
tishly: “But it’s only water.”
There was also an American who
had a Bavarian castle removed,
stone by stone, to Chicago. When
it had been stuck up he said it

lacked something, and he sold it | %
at a loss to the Daughters of Lib- | ¥

erty. Profit and Schloss, com-

mented a Westphalian immigrant,

with considerable hauteur.
Clergyman’s Thumb Caught

In Egg-Cup
N attempt to fool the famous
A Albert Hall echo with a piece

echoed it, so that it sounded as

echo.

When told that the scheme |

containing a_ passage | ¥

if the orchestra were echoing the





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MARINE HOTEL

ANNUAL VALENTINE
DANCE

Under the dis-
tinguished
patronage of
His Excellency
the Governor and
Mrs. Savage










organised by

THE WOMEN’S CANA-
DIAN CLUB





in aid of Local Charities




-On..

SATURDAY, FEB. 11TH













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OPEN TO-NITE & EVERY NITE

\

=o maar ningrenee

TO-NIGHT 8.30 sharp KIDDIES CARNIVAL
(9 Children on Stage in TALENT CONTEST)
CHILD STARS (All)

singing “SLOW BOAT TO CHINA”

TREVOR MARSHALL (14 yrs.) singing “LA ROO, LA ROO”

BENTLEY WARD (13 yrs.)
COLLEEN WALKER (10 yrs.)
DALTON BISHOP (12 yrs.)
DeLISLE BREWSTER (11 yrs.)
HERMAN FORDE (13 yrs.)

singing “LOOKING OVER A 4 LEA

LOVER”
“GLORIA”
“AGAIN”
“TORA, LORA”
“ROOM FULL OF ROSES”

singing
Crooning
crooning

crooning

VERE DALRYMPLE (13 yrs.) singing Cowboy “I WAS BORN IN

SHIRLEY ASHBY (8 yrs.)

CALYPSOES, VOICE QUARTETTES and MAGIC 4 ‘

“MY HAPPINESS”
Plus RHUMBA CONTEST between
LAZONGA vs BELLE SUZETTE

singing

Prices: 20, 36, 48, 60 Tickets Sold at the Door





Sunday 12th TOKYO JOE (Humphrey Bogart) 4

Plus half hour sweet Music by A. Meanwell’s Orchestra

Ben D ash,

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Evans Bascombe, Byron Rollock, Fitz Harewood, Marcel a 2



Monday 13th AN EVENING WITH THE STARS



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with the Winners

5



lie Craig, Elma Williams, Colleen Ashby, Cosford H {
re, Keith Sealey, Egbert Taylor
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designed a
will be pre-
produced at
oh approximatel
than if made by |
s} of this low-|
eq for use in the
: is nearing
5 Cen shortly be
wtiie inspection and
fest-model is being !
» Western end of the |
Â¥ Georgetown, right on
e. seaboard where it j
to the most severe
. erence Town
Se ointed out that
Means on the sea wall |
ing a ea
uickly anc
up scations ean be |
incorporation in
z new housing
ed by the

pusing

















ie designed for pre- '
that is, for construc-
¢ a number of simple
mare work-shop made,
‘ean be manufactured
quantities. F
by making fu
ing machinery,
5 be able to mass-pro-
; es at about of



























hand the cost of
would be in the

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# model will be occu- |
Hest period of one year
find out if any im-|
fean be made, At the |

ilery, all on one floor |
‘oom and store on |
sand a covered space |

died.
head of the
near the tow

124 feet.

Costello added
intage of pre-|
iat the parts of the |
Wi for larger type
ifor people requir-
odation and also
small flats.
is successful”,
asserted, “British | n
first in the field | Arab State t

morning

Pees



I.E.. whose
| reported, ru
; years and gu





# supplying local} perhaps, was

Sheikh
Jabir-al-Subah, K.C.S.I., K.C.-



“You were sa

BM icine SMeikh Of
| Kuwait Dies

raf the test the house | (From Oux London Corresponiant)
ferred to a perma-| LONDON: (By Mail).

§ -. will| . sueikh Sir Ahmad al Jabir-al-
Iow-cost house will) hah. ruler of the Arab state of
ng room, three bed- | Kuwait that contains the second |
om, toilet, kitchen- lergest oil field of the world has

The Kuwait field lies at the

Persian Gulf, quite
n of Basra

In an obituary, the “Times” this
says:—

Sir Ahmad al
death was recently
led Kuwait for 30
ided its development

from the condition of a traditional

o that of the centre

ost prefabricated | of a highly developed modern in-

rdesigned for tropi- | dustry. The change was due to
ind the Colony will} oil. An oil concession was grant-
hto create a great| ed 15 years ago, but not nguch,

experted of it. Pro-

pexport market as| duction began in 1946. It is now
4 at the rate of 13m. tons a year
_ and employs 18,000 of a popula-

| tion of, say, 150,000.















Workers
wernor

it Jobs

Sweeping i
| resulted,
| throughout t
| change has b

2200 East Coast
ar travelled to}
asking re-| A

kind and fai
letter



and

was of the highest.

written

nternal changes hav

the guiding figure
his period of swift

een “Sheikh Ahmad”

|as he was known to the poorest
(By Mail) | coolie. He was astute among a
ino work for| race of the astute. His courtesy

He was wise,
thful to his friends
from Kuwait



rnment. After| during His Highness’s last illness

‘ with the| says: “No one could have ruled

r and the| this place for 30 years without

Govern-| having something very fine about

ithe Legisla-| him—and he has it in abundance. ”
Bntative for
"Dr. Cheddi}




















ferview was ar=|
» Excellency the}
Pp j
t six workers, |
estates where |

with Dr. Jagan. | GEORGE"

mil start to drive} $200.00;
mae of the street as| estate ($11,58
i | Petrie,









“wn broque is

ad ag stores,

Made by

OHN



Girl Friend
Inherited

TOWN, (By Mail)

Maimed that} Mr. Thomas L. Warner, late
@ Not be found; proprietor of a bakery in George-
Pwere no longer| town who died on January 10
elves. | 1950, left an estate to the gross
nised to have| value of $13,724.98.
figated and as- After deductions were made
Won that relief} the) estate had a nett value ol
mae being conducted.| $11,812. 27cts. upon which Gov-
: E HOPE ernment collected $354. duty
L i

DN: Comment from Specific legatees to the estate
Hope on the Wash-| 8re: Sarah Warner’ (widow)

@qual rights for| $25.00; Basil Warner (son) $5.00;
“I'hope it means| Winifred Warner (daughter)

while the residue of the

2.00) went to Helena

“a friend”.

Mcially designed for Barbados, this

now on

See them for yourself. |

WHITE

means made just right





ying, Mrs. Smith, that



Strachey's increased surcharge of 7d. in the £.. .”

Commissioner
Told How Baby

Was Drowned

_ GEORGETOWN, Feb, 5.
Answering an S.O.S. from resi-

Relief Commissioner
missioner
Mr. M. B. Laing, C.M.G., O.B.E.,
heard flood stricken villagers re-
late how a two-year-old baby fell

and Com-

| off a step and was drowned; how
| flood waters have killed their
| cattle, marooned them in their

homes, and covered a three-mile

stretch of road. The villagers
appealed to the Commissioner to
provide them with boats to go

around

As a special train pulled in at
Belladrum Station a deputation
boarded and related how baby
Samuels was drowned. A mother
of 19 children pleaded for boats,
and told how the village doctor
was having difficulty in getting
around. The few boats available
were charging 12 cents a drop.

The Commissioner's train after-
wards proceeded to Fort Welling-

ton central village in the West
Berbice district He held con-
ference with the various local

authorities and other officials and
made arrangements for soup
kitchens in the area,

After the conference the Com-
missioner attended a public meet-
ing and conveyed to the people
the sympathy of the Governor,
whom he assured them, was
taking a personal interest in the
situation.

Hon. Rev. A. T. Peters, repre-
sentative on the Legislative Coun-
cil for the district was present at
the me¢ting and in a short speech
gave residents hope and encour-
agement after which several vil-
lagers outlined their hardships
and made suggestions.

In addition to emphasising the
need for more boats, they said
rice factories were unable to mill
their padi and asked that the
Mahaicony Scheme take some of
their padi in exchange for rice.

Mexican Sugar
For Japan

VERA CRUZ (By Mail).
A local sugar exporter, Sr.
Remigion Delufin, has announced
that Mexico will export about
25,000 metric toms of sugar to
Japan. He said that shipments to
Japan will account for about half
of the exportable surplus for the
1949—50 crop. The balance will

be sent to Europe.—(B.U.P.)



show in



dents in Western Berbice, Flood |

of Local Government, |

secrets can
be released for general publica-!
tion. They are not expected to
discuss the case of Dr Klaus
Fuch, one of Harwell’s leading |
Scientific officers, who is due toa
appear on remand in London |
Court tomorrow on two charges
| under the British Secrets Act.
The talks which are due to last

| Peierrls, of

! ergy, Ministry of Supply.

,
| 3 Countries Diseuss

Russia’s Atomic

Explosion
HARWELL. Berkshire, Feb

Russia’s atomic explosion
high on the agenda of talks
tween British, Canadian
American scientists which ope
behind barbed wire at
Atomic Research Station
well to-day.

vas |
be-
and
nea
Britain's
Har-

at

So important are the four day
discussions that memo pads and
blotting paper used by the scien-
tists will be burned daily. Extra
War Department police were
guarding the Conference building

The scientists will decide how
many—if any—atom



for four days, are the fourth in
the series concerned with policy
on the declassification of atomic |
energy documents,

Uniform declassification guide:
to determine what information
may be published and what is t
be classified and restricted in cir-
culation are at present in use by
the three countries.

Any recommendations which
the experts make will be reported
to the atomic energy agencies of
their respective Governments be-
fore any final revisions are made



Russia’s development of
atom bomb will be taken
account at the discussions. Sir
John Cockroft, Director of the
Atomic Research Establishment,
heads the British delegation, con-
sisting of Professor H. J. Emeleus, |
of Cambridge University, Profes- |
sor D. Hanson and Professor R. F
Birmingham Univer-
sity, and Mr. M. W. Perrin
Deputy Controller of Atomic En- |

the
into

—Reuter



STRANGE OATH

AKRON:—Girl students at twe
Akron high schools have taken an
oath to promote more modesty in
feminine fashions. They have}
pledged not to wear strapless eve-
ning gowns, tight sweaters or
brief shorts and bathing suits

too |

Wha You Fest
WORNOUT

and drag around each
day, unable to work
—look to the cause of
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'Guliaies Need

Research
Scientists

he
Se

formation

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of a

rvice

Mail.)

Colonial

Was announced
| in London this week by Mr

D

R. Rees-Williams. Colonial Under

Secretary.

The scheme will take

effect from January Ist, he said,

and aims at providing

a service

with salary, terms of service, and
standards comparable with those
for research workers in the United
Kingdom
worker will be given the oppor-

tuni

ty of

earning a

Also the

col

research

ntinuous

pension whether he spends all his
career in the colonies or only part

of
M

it.

r.

Rees-Williams

added

that

the service had been evolved by

the
tlon

abroad

Colonial
with sc

and

Office
ientists
after

in ce
at he
con

olabora-
mme anc
sultation

with the colonial governments to
link together the research work-
ers who are at present scattered

| thro

ughout

the Colonial

Empire

Officers will normally carry out
their work in the Colonial Empire,

but

may

from time

to

time be

required to serve in the United |
Kingdom or elsewhere. The Under

Secr

etary

also

pointed

out

that |

there would be a certain amount |

of
sche

men

me

interche

had

ingeability

for life.

| liams said that although recruit-}
t into’ the

research

field of
improved

in the

between the colonies, to
| prevent an officer being “buried”
; in one colony
| that some 380 projects were now |

He said



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Exaggerated accounts of the 1948 |
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would fulfil the needs of “lifers | station. which had been stripped
(people who intend to do their | by the Russians in the early day
life's vork in the colonies,) the} of the occunation. The measure
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might want to widen his experi-| sectors of Berlin. It guaran
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Saturday, February 11, 1950



Government Defeats

ACCORDING to constitutional practice.
in any part of the British Empire where
it exists the Government Party in any
elected assembly resigns from office when-
ever it is defeated on major issues. It then
happens that the Opposition is called upon
to form a government or the matter goes
to the country by means of an election.
That is not the case in Barbados.

Within recent weeks the Government
conducted by the Barbados Labour Party
has been defeated on two major issues and
in a third instance on a party issue. The
party has not resigned from power neither
has the Governor, whose right it is to do so,
called on them to resign.

From the time of the introduction of the
Bushe Experiment in 1946 it was under-
stood that in accordance with established
practice, the Officer administering the Gov-
ernment would call on the member most
likely to command a majority in the House
and that member would nominate the other
three members of the Executive Committee
from the House. These would be responsi-
ble for the conduct of government business
and in the event of a defeat in the House,
again in accordance with established prac-
tice, those members would resign from
office.

Acting democratically, this is the course
which should be followed by any party In
power.

The reasons are not far to seek. If a party
in power can be defeated, and especially
is an indica-

retains the

on more than one occasion, 1t
tion that that party no longer
confidence of the majority nor the control
in the assembly, of the deciding vote.
Within recent weeks two resolutions
have come down to the House
Executive. The one was for ten
token vote, and this was reduced by three
dollars on the vote of the House not merely
as a rejection but as a mark of disapproval
of the principle of leave passages for teach-
ers and prior to the adoption of such a
rs of the Civil

from the
dollars, a

policy in respect of mi mbe
Establishment.

In this the stronges
tion of the Government Party there was
d the rejection

case for the resigna-

the reduction of a vote an
of two principles involved. The Leader of
the House objected to the sending of the
resolution to a Committee and in attempt-
ing to marshal his forces in support of the
passing enjoined them to act like men and
not like mice. The vote was lost,

The most recent the appoint-
ment of a delegate to represent the House
of Assembly at the installation of H.R H.
Princess Alice as Chancellor of the West
indian University. The Government party
suggested the appointment ol Mr. Speaker
delegate of the House. That party
Government

issue wa

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as the
represents the view Of the
and so it could be inferred that this selec-
tion was the desire of the Government.
On this vote the Government was decisive-
ly defeated; and although it was not a
major issue, it is clear that the party can
no longer carry out its will which in fact
is the will of the Government on the mem-
bers of the House, unless it meets the ap-
proval of the opposition.

If, as has been pointed out, constitutional
practice demands that the party in power
should command the majority vote in order
to carry on the affairs of the country, then
that practice no longer obtains in the
House of Assembly of Barbados. The alter-
native clearly is for the Party in power to
act in accordance with that practice and
resign, leaving the Governor free to call on
the Opposition to assume the duties of
office or to dissolve the General Assembly
in order that there may be a general elec-
tion. It is not the first time that the Gov-
ernment Party has been defeated but the
indications have not been as pointed as
they are today.







RESPONSIBILITY

faa t= Responsibility At A Dazzlingly Early Age ---
That's The Lure Of Submarines

Hy Ludovic Kennedy

THERE are two great attrac-
tions in the submarine service.

The first is the independence
which life in a small ship always
gives the feeling of being a mem-
ber of a small, compact team,
all of whom know and trust each
other.

And the second is the oppor-
tunity offered for accepting re-
sponsibility.

There is no other branch oi
the Navy which offers so much
responsibility to its members at
so young an age. The first
lieutenant of a sybmarine, on
whom the safety of the whole
vessel rests when diving and sur-
facing, may not be more than 21
or 22: the man at the wheel may
still be in his "teens.

/ Those in submarines say that
| there is no more danger in their
j service than in any other branch

of the Navy. But this is denied
| both by the terrible casualties of
| the war (far higher than other
and the accidents
with regrettable
} peace-time. The
Admiralty recognises the risks in-
| volved by granting a rate of pay
| equivalent only to pilots in the
| Fleet Air Arm.
}
i
}

| branches),
which occur
regularity in

Despite the risks all officers and
men who go into submarines are

| volunteers. And there are always
many more candidates t han
vacancies,

Stiff Test
AN officer or man who is ac-
cepted initially for submarines









THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

going submarine, to complete his
training.

Among the volunteers there are
occasionally one or two who feel
they will not be able to stand the
strain of submarine life.

They are given every encourage-
ment to ask to be transferred be-
fore they find themselves in a
position where their mess-mates’
lives depend on them: they are
then sent back to general service
without any discredit to them.

Thus—like the Spartans—it is
only the fittest who survive.

The submarine flotillas are a
part of the Fleet, and yet they
are apart from it. They carry
out the same exercises and
regular peace-time duties “show-
ing the flag’ and “policing the
Empire’—but their crews do not
mix with the rest of the Fleet as
the men of the battleships, cruis—
ers, and destroyers do.

They do not live in their boats,
except on prolonged exercises like
the recent Arctic expedition, but
in a depot-ship which generally
anchors a little way from the
Fleet.

On return from exercises the
boats tie up on either side of the
depot-ship so that, by evening,
she looks Jike a large and portly
hen brooding over her chickens.
All submariners like this feeling
of being detached from the rest
of the Fleet, of being, as some of
them call it, in “e private Navy.”

‘The Trade’

IN the first war the men of the

jhas to go through a very stiff a P :
| medical test called PULLHEMS. submarine service were Know” 00
| This stands for physical fitness, enc other aol e they 2 ‘
| upper limbs, locomotion, hearing mergers, and even now they re $8
| eyesight, mental capacity, anc succinctly to their calling as
| emotional stability—the last tw« “The Trade” i
| being almost the most important After an initial five years ser-
lof the lot , vice in submarines, every officer
and man must return to general
On passing this test the volun- service for two yéars. After that
|teer goes to H.M.S Dolphin, at they may either return to sub-
| Fort Blockhouse, Gosport, the marines or remain in general
| hea iquarters of Submarine Com- service. Few, very few, désert
|}mand, for a four hs’ course “The Trade.”
|covering a 1 of a Submarine life is a short one.
submarine At the age of 35 a man is con-
During this course he must test sidered too old for further ser-
out the es an exact vice, and must be content with
treplica of that u by a sub- duties in a larger ship or a job
marine crew str d on the ashore.
bottom—from the f of a huge Some officers and men _ are
indoor tank. At the end of the lucky to be taken on at Fort
a sea- Blockhouse or in one of the

ee he is appointed to

The Paintings

Harrison

John Harrison, whose recent
work is on show at the Museum
throughout this month, is a painter
who is at home in the sun. This
does not mean that he attempts to
paint effects of atmosphere—-for
he is not concerned with deceiving
the eye, but rather that the ex-
uberance of his patterns and his
|e lour could be born only in the
strong light of the South.
and directness of his

that his artistic

|parentage is more Latin than
British. Indeed, there are marked
strains of Dufy and Matisse and
even a trace of the early Picasso
in his make-up; but these frankly
aceepted influences have been
fused into the basis of a fresh and
individual style. He is not at-
tached to any—ism, and
the work of a young and know-
ledgeable painter, is a retresning
thing to tind ata period when Ism-
ism or Ismitis (to suggest
ugly words for the same ugly
thing) poses the barriers of s9

The clarity
work suggest

many narrow creeds between the

questing eye and the light of day
Mr. Harrison paints as he

that, in

two

does

By G. D. Aked

He revels over the fascinating
surface of what he has described
as ‘a delicious, shallow world,’
noting with brevity and instan-
taneous delight the posture of an
idle youth, the arabesque of leaves
the many-masted waterfronts and
the proud azure of the sea. He
has defined the limits of his gar-
den, and cultivates it without
pretensions. No heart-searchings
are to be seen here; no striving
after profundity; no Sturm und
Drang; no sign of the crises of
Man and of our Age. It would be
interesting to see his reactions to
the grimmer scene of the North;
but to demand such a test as the
measure of his capacity would be
about as reasonable as to expect
Harlequin to play in the garments
of Pantaloon.

The content of these pictures is
often highly complicated. The
Bridgetown careenage, for exam-
ple, which looks so paintable at

a first glance, may be found on
closer examination to be so chaotic

because that is the way he likes in form that one despairs of mak-

to paint; and the obvious pleasure

ance gives added enjoyment tc

the spectator.





so sure a touch that they may give

» ing any selection. But Mr. Har-

Of John



LONDON, (By Mail).

' Women voters outnumber men in Britain,

os a 5
; i _ | put it’s the other way round as far as parlia-
depot-ships, and so can “keep iD) mentary representation is concerned.

touch.” Others, who are trans-
ferred to battleships or other)
ships of the Fleet, find the wrench
harder. ‘
Nervous Strain
THE life itself is a hard one.)

| next House.

strain of diving and surfacing, |
and remaining for hours two or!
three hundred feet below the sur-|
no job in the world which calls |
for sounder nerves,

ment. i i
. | munists.

This exceptional temperament, |
combined with a natural love of}
the sea, has made the men of the

British submarines one

this century.

ean also understand not the fears’
which submarine men have—but}|
the kind of troubled delight.

Except for the Germans, who
overcame their natural ineptitude
for the sea by a faqrmidable
technical efficiency and remark-

bute belongs to no other nation.
The Japanese never had it. Nor
have the Russians.
Courage
THE invincible spirit of the |

epitomised in this wartime story.

Towards the end of the war, at
a periog when our losses in
submarines had been particularly
heavy, a boat was returning from
patrol across the North Sea. She
had been badly damaged by
mine off the German coast and
was unable to dive.

A British aircraft on patrol, not
expecting to meet her, took her
to be a U boat and started a
bombing attack.

sure

Despite frenzied signals from
the submarine, the attack con-
tinued. While it was at its height

the captain of the submarine sent] as Parliamentary sedretary ito the Food |

a radi message to his base: a : z |
tiny pected nee arrival 1400 1F Ministry, Dr. Summerskill emerged from|
friendly aircraft stops bombing the gruelling “question time” in the Com-
me.” mons with a reputation for tart, factual re- |

Courage takes many disguises.
None knows it better than the
men of the submarine service.

—L.ES.

West.

relevant to his first impression he
contrives to fuse the disorder into

back the initial shock of pleasure.



drawing, the distortions which his
sensibility sometimes demands,|
and the scorn of irrelevant facts
might give to an uncritical ob-|
server an effect of naivety. The
epithet could even be justified; but
only in a limited sense, and one
far removed from the quality
which characterises the work of
a primitive painter. The primitive
is naive through his inability to
be otherwise. He is probably try-
ing hard to draw correctly; but
his powers of selection are un-
tutored, and the charm of his work ;
is the result not of conscious] cent of

munity is

Harrison’s drawing on the other)
hand {
degree of sophistication and the
ability to disregard such rae
erations of accuracy as contribute|
nothing to his victure.
| cattle.
This summary method
achieve magnificent results;

may

¢ That’s because there are only 106 women
Not everi the toughest submariner) among the 1,600-odd candidates for the Feb.
is immune to the psychological) 53 jeneral election. Last time, the 24 success-
ful women were drawn from a total of 87
candidates. On that basis, less than 30 women
face of the sea. There is probably | can expect to win seats in the next Commons.
ee sae | oo ae a igmorertivs aoe —
| dates so far is rom Labour ranks,
ment, a more balanced tempera-| 7 i. .a1s, 27 conservatives and nine Com-

In the last House, there were 21 Labour
;women M.Ps.,
of the| Liberal. The number of Labour women sub-
most formidable fighting forces {| sequently was reduced to 19.
ie Geary: etersiond ‘a A highlight this time will be a straight
meme eae oe Pc Seda you | fight between women in several constitu-
encies. One of the leading personalities in-

| volved is Lady Tweedsmuir, Conservative, |
who will oppose Mrs. Olive Cruchley in
Aberdeen South.

Mrs. Cruchley, a London barrister,
Socialist. Lady Tweedsmuir at 34 is consid-
5 r ‘-| ered one of the most photogenic women in
able physical courage, this attri-| British politics. Her husband is a 39-year-old |
former Canadian army infantry officer who}
sits on the Conservative front bench in the
House of Lords.

If the election were conducted purely as
submarine service may perhaps be| a popularity poll, one woman would be almost
of a seat. She is Lady Megan Lloyd
George, known as the “mother” of the mother
of Parliaments.

At 47, Lady Megan has served 20 years as
Liberal member for Anglesey, winning un-
@| challenged claim to seniority among “the
ladies of the House.”

Lady Violet Bonham Carter, another out-
standing Liberal although not a member of
the House, has announced that she will not
be a candidate.

Outstanding among Socialist women can- |
didates is Dr. Edith Summerskill, famed for
her daunting eye and mastery of food facts, |

plies, although her fondness for give-and-take |
outside the parliamentary chamber some- |
times resulted in adverse publicity. Dr. Sum-
Sherskill is defending her old seat, Fulham |
Â¥

One of the youngest women in the West-
minster stakes will be Margaret Roberts, 24-|%
year-old grocer’s daughter who has been
| chosen Conservative candidate. in. Dartford, |
Kent. Lady Elizabeth Pakenham, wife of the|
| civil aviation minister, is prospective Labour }
candidate for Oxford City. She has four sons |
and four daughters. a
to fus 1 i Women. first entered British politics ac-)
a coup d’oeil image which gives) tively in 1918. First \
| Viscountess Aster. Full equality of suffrage |
The summary character of the} was obtained in 1928.—Can. Press. :

° r
Anti-Fly Town
KADUNA, Nigeria, (By Mail). |
A new town is rising in Northern Nigeria. |
It is named Takalafiya, which means “walk |
in health.” It was built because of a fly.
One mile east of the thriving new com-|
the squalid,
town of Old Anchau. Until recently 80 per|
its 2,500 inhabitants suffered from
effort but of his innate qualities} guinea-worm infection |
as an artist. The simplicity of Mr.| Water, One third of them had sleeping sick- |
'g the product of a high; "€SS, caused by the dread tsetse-fly.
Takalafiya was built as part of a mass
campaign against the tsetse-fly, a blood-suck-
ing insect which infects both humans and

The new town is seen by British colonial
but] administrators as the symbol of a new Africa.

that he takes in his own perform-

These paintings are done with

rison never allows himself to be
» drawn into digressions concerning
the nature and structure of its
various parts. By the rigid sup-

pression of all details that are not Priest,
ET

used by the unwary it may lead It has
all too easily to superficiality. ith as
was the tool of the Fauves,
even with Matisse, their High! and a spacious
it gave 7 ras “merly
Varying auality; for Matisse, in he town of Old Anchau was formerly

results of very

centre of local

wide, mahogany-lined streets, an ele-|
yet) mentary school, modern medical dispensary

Only 24 of the 640 members elected to the ||
last House of Commons were women and |‘
| there’s not likely to be many more in the| =

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two Conservative and one

is al



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sitting member was}

densely-populated |

caused by impure}

market.

government for the Anchau

LSPPPPOSS

POSPSS

a superficial
Yet freshness

complished artist

have made that cool light on the

forehead just too
or just too light

omitting these few subtle notes of
violet, have left the painting of the
shirt dull and monotonous,

The West Indian scene

material which

pathetic to Mr. Harrison’s manner.

impression of ease

ean
with such succPpss
exercising of much sensibility and
skill, Look carefully
hand figure in no.

be achieved
oniy by the

What's on Today

Intercolonial Cricket, Ken-
sington at 11.30 a.m,

Two Cricket Teams from the
Devonshire will play at
Queen’s Park at 2.00 p.m.

Two Football Teams from
the “Devonshire” will play
at Y.M.P.C. at 4.30 p.m.

Dance in honour of BG.
Cricketers, Queen's Park
at 9.00 p.m.

at the left-
5. A less ac
might so easily
warm in colour
in tone, or, by

offers

is clearly sym-



their responsibilities quite the
b 1



of Spanish

my opinion, is like the Little Gir)
who had a Little Curl : when he is
good he is very, very good, but
when he is bad he is quite uncom-
monly horrid. None of the pictures
in this exhibition touches the in-
spired vision of Matisse at his
best; but far less do they show
any tendency to sink to those
depths of boredom and vulgarity
of Matisse at his worst. Mr. Har-
rison rides a horse of uncertain
temper; but he rides it on the
curb, and his work is always con-
trolled by good taste and a feeling
for style.





new



area. Now a corridor in the district has been
made safe from the sleeping sickness disease

by slashing down the trees and bushes where
ee ee e trees and bushes where DA COSTA & CO., HI

Sixteen model villages have been built in
! smaller
communities have been provided with san-

the 700-square-mile corrido1

itary, cement-lined wells.

The disease-prevention scheme was made
possible by a grant of £125,000 under Bri-
Development and Welfare

tain’s Colonial
Act. e

Know Why It Is Called A Calypso ?

and



To The Editor,—The Advocate.

SIR, — A correspondent in a
West Indian paper asks why
Calypso is used to describe the
Trinidad songs? :

Before the experts rush in to
answer I would like to have a
guess myself.

Calypso, everyone who was
educated at Harrison College will

Odysseus, so he just kept moving
along back home: Whep the tour-
ist ship disappeared . over the
horizon Calypso’s heart burst, as
she, told Odysseus it would, and
she died.

it is quite clear to me that the
icinidadians cal) their songs
Calypsos because although they
have a jolly good time running
through their songs the note of

opposite to, the clerks in many
other government departments.

Many of us who went to Cura-
cao and Trinidad during the wart
years can tell the public in Bar-
bados how much our success in
those islands was due to the early
help we got from the Public
Library.

If the Government would spend

teachers until
graduates should become available.
So successful was this policy,
and so wide the recognition of its
timeliness, that by a year after
the end of the war, the number of
secondary schools teaching the
language had risen from 250 to
nearly 400.

To-day, however, new graduates

the past three years is continued,
the number would be just over
five, or little more than one. a
year. And I have little doubt that
other universities would tell a
similar tale.”

WATCHER.

Bus Manners
SIR,—I would like to draw to
your attention and. so to that of

tors are unable to keep them in
order.

In one instance this week one
driver joking while sitting at the
back of the "bus called on the
other In charge of the vehicle t
drive off. Fortunately people ir
the bus saw what was happening
and called out to the careless
driver who merely avoided ar
accident. This behaviour on pub-|





tell you, was a Queen. The grief and sadness is always there ten per cept. of the huge amounts are not appeari
? 3 i sé ss is always e 4 7 appearing as > hs asain ae oe : ee aki ah | ae
daughter of Atlas, sometimes *' Etymologists! your turn spent yearly on the elementary pected = = = — general public a matter which 4 conveyances should not be | - ‘ar
- uly SUS 3 . A =o . < i. 7 é 70 to a re: ‘ause eatiefs a we |
identified with Oceanus or > schools it would be better spent business, at far Rieter Satalion ae eee tht - dissatisfaction aia 2AG | Carr's Sweet
Nereus, she was Queen of the OLD HARRISONIAN, on the community, than they could get in school "i Siemon OD Op ee er |
island of Ogygia. Z BOOK WORM From — . > } ocolates
an cas eume. slong i Bookworm’s Praise : oo ter = SS oe On many ae there are times No Difference—But 1% Boxes of Ch -
a - . iris . . She 2an ak an aurin e ay whe £ . § e
an early tourist bent, the ripe So The Rater, The Adwocate Spanish Shortage timely work, but if the trend light "oak there con halt be Matrons Have It i
licity Committee of Ogiggia ft ae % ee : o ‘ _ continues, the long-term result > ' mf —In reference to your let- | CROWN DRINKS.
all over him and sure welcomed sik,—it wee f pleasure to nn SIR.—Professor E. Allison Peers will be disastrous. The supply of eines on on the "bus; but such the as - of tone oil
rf read a & » , . ‘ ,r «a ante : : " - é re ao » Tex “ f1¢ cate oO »>bruary
that traveller Od. Pees bg ° We your dary comments in a letter to the Times teachers is already so onal ‘that a _ a constitute respectable ins wan adi ees
Calypso actually’ persuaded pape by ngewe ; one Brees on the poor salaries paid to teach- some schools have had to drop ona id "ie Cones leave their gards to married women’s ss
sn hy Ape Phare ly ott toe Lil sy ; ‘aft and courtesy of the ers relative to the attractions of the language from sheer A ability haw oa It rs early to 9 our, would you be kind anti
: ‘ . “ ibrar staff. nme ie = . ai SS r nadbi snc ing. i is ; > rn _ J > 1 ug o
and linger with her no less than 7 a OT ta non-academic employment. He & obtain one. Uniess for somé that th ~ ee this time teli me t is the differen 18 ro *
seven years : now go further by saying quotes “Spanish, a language of the time a high proportion of h aa ue he members of the staffs of tween sind kon ence be- |
' that the Public Library is the greatest importance for our export graduates in Spanish 5 in i. Meee, of these "bus Companies get type of shoals eae oe and the}
But after seven years Odysseus most efficient office in the island. trade. taught before 1939 in about schools, the d anish go i ito the on the buses in company with day? F; ers in Barbados to- |
uid O Gee hat the | You have only to be in touch 250 secondary sch ype! gata om} pero quick servants returning from carryir . a 7 in my opinion I}
: ; 250 secondary schools, which was become accentuated. Concre ook Se Sis 1 carrying see f¥ ' : 8
Here am I buried altye Wi with Librarian for a few badly hit in m of them dh ag we have at th F I c = 3 ove o Town and behave matt ; By x ORDER EARL
dame Calypso whe my 1 Ok mah, to notice how different the war by the calling-up of the undergra banbes Sah gests "f = rst | u © ris ; %
rns for mé ypso } ror xy head e » ; Is ts ; . < wharf ; :
i snc gpanaanbea Ma wee a ae her HORS at Depart- only person qualified to teach it. years, will be takin ish ho They 1 r flere much x
of cou! ‘ ke ‘ a nts He is always willing to From 1943 onwards. through the ours degree pg te sai sealer ey nake remarks and carry ifs i much s ¥ Y %
going so fered t make him help you out in any difficulty. { r entality of the Hispanic portions were maint ah pro- ot cor versations with some of gla) 5 ve ier %
you ( ter clerks afd jar Council, active steps were taken of U would Pareumpren Mp : vese servants at the top of their But th vel bug had bitten all very active and alert to instruct and train potent oe | © going wu oices and because they are men “ee a e st l x
1d train potentia B h ; “- he aes get t e e in everything s
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ATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1950

S.
i eR ineaneenatsnee

' fleralds Hear
} Police Band

CROWD, which in-

ee puny Vesifymen and

. liege Heralds, turned out

oe the Police Band, under

‘4 to heat E. Raison, AR.C.M.,
Capt. ‘a concert for patients of the

pS ics Infirmary On Thurs-
oy re elighted the crowd
| ye bun delehs as well as

with potter C Calypsoes and popu-

ee eemtood that shortly the
be spending a day or
i es ar. C. H. Yearwood,
arden of the Parish.
Prince, tenor soloist of the
and a native of Trinidad,
“Advocate” that the local
» police d was very good but
rome of the Trinidad Po-
= more stylish than



ine al Band.
tha aot the. 008 va Hopper bicycle
| valued $40.00 was reported
Jvor DeAbreau of Collymore
He stated that the bicycle
from outside a resi-
0 at Bay Street on Wednes-

INDSAY WILLIAMS of Para-
ah Beach Club, recently re-
‘sorted the loss of a 6~-volt battery,
3 d $34.00, from a motor car
_fetneng to Messrs. Johnson’s
Garage.
liams stated aes the —_
P ved from the car while
rvs parked outside the same
a yb on December 20.
MOARDED HALL ROAD was
B the scene 8f an accident at
ut 6.20 am. on Thursday. The
ident involved motor lorry
“Wi61, owned by E. O. Layne of
‘Tweedside Road and driven by
ol Alleyne of Kew Road, and
‘a "Sad strian—Helena Devonish—
Boarded Hall Tenantry.
its understood that Devonish
‘walking along the road with
ycket of water on her head.
of the uprights of the lorry
the bucket and Devonish
on her face and was injured.
She was later taken to the Gen~
eal Hospital and detained.
NOTHER ACCIDENT occurred
at Deacons Road, near Bays
, at about 6.45 pm. on
ay last between a motor
owned by Eric Barker of
bury Road and ridden by
y Burnett of Country
"Road, and Lisle Trotman of Bel-
id Land, who was walking along
“the road.
' Both Trotman and Burnett were
slightly injured. The head lamp
; of the cycle was broken and
‘he front rim and left muffler

LETTER from Mr. William

H. Griffith of Cocoanut Hall

ol which was signed by 26

yers of the same district,

read to the St. Lucy Vestry
attheir meeting on Thursday.

He stated: “For the past twenty

“years, residents of Cocoanut Hal)

iilage have been complaining of

be terrible muddy conditions of

d in this district and no efforts

} the improvement has been





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Tw
On

Wi
W

this road is the main entrance
iam itis district and I can assure
that great inconvenience has
treated in the removal of
Th chiefly in the rainy season.
Ih addition to all this we have
face the inevitable plight of
ond our canes to the near-
‘@t highway because there is too
‘Much mud for either lorries or
mrs to draw them from the
Att considering the letter the
decided to add this road to
@list of other roads which was
ded to the Colonial Sec-
Mary for transmission to the
Dep mer of Highways and
DO

NOTHER TETTER wnic Was

pees to the attention of

the St. Lucy Vestry was signed
wi F. G. Willoughby of Pie
and nearly 100 ratepayers.

It read: “We the undersigned
“ors, ratepayers and artisans
ithe Parish of St, Lucy do here-
eee fully request that you,
ody, meet us to discuss the

i

(a) The proposed building of
enew rectory or the reconstruc-
the present one, and the
Moposed building of new Nurses’
u at the Almshouse,
We further request that the
ing be held before any ad-
wement for tenders for the
ion or reconstruction of
Proposed buildings is made.
awe aware of the fact that as
Sstty, you have borrowed
for the erection and for
Teconstruction of the aiore-
mentioned buildings, Various
§ are afloat, not as to your
, but as to the plan you
e to lb in the execution

t

le feel it our duty to refrain

mom offering any criticism and
your attention facts that

t possibly overlook, bear-

Mind the fact that this
in,.Wil have to be repayed
* interest attached, by the
pac “sal a of every taxpayer

the Vestry gave
i =i and

: this letter con-
it was decided to
Tae, Mr. Willoughby, acknow-

Decision
Reversed

Their Honours of
tant Court of Appeal Mr.
Chenery and Mr. H.
yesterday reversed
Mr. S. H. Nurse,
trate of District
had imposed

Assis-
. W.B.
A. Se
decisions of
Police Magis-
“C” Mr. Nurse
a fine of 20/- and
1/- costs on Kennéth Best, Felix
Walker, Gordon Boyce, Majorie
Gilkes and Alphonso Walker of

Speightstown, St. Peter. They
were found guilty of not having
had their houses brick nogged

compliance with the regulation.
© case was prosecuted b S

Thompson, Sor
Their Honour Struck out the

case as no offence was proved
ete

Acting Chief Judge
Admits Wills
To Prebate

With His Honour th i
Juage, Sir Allan Collymore aa
mM st. Lucia altenaing a sitting
or the West Indian Court OL
Appeal, the High Court was
presided Over by His Honour Mr.
G. L. Taylor, Acting Chiet Justice,
yesterday. Mr, Taylor is Presj-
dent of the Assistant Court of
Appeal,

In the Court of Ordinary he

granted three petitions for letters
of administration, an@ admitted
to probate the wills of nine
persons,
4 First petition was that of John
Graham ot Carrington Village, St.
Michael 1 Messenger, the constitut-
ed Attorney of Elise Miller of
U.S.A. for Letters of Administra-
tion with the will annexed of
John Hampden Graham late of
Stewart Hill, St, John, deceased,
The Will was admitted to probate
on 26th September, 1913,

Next petition granted was that
filed by Abdulhai Mahmud Patel
of Spry Street, Bridgetown, Sales-
man the constituted attorney of
Mohamed Mohmed of Tavua,
Fiji, Esquire, to estate of Ismail
Mohamed Mamadh late of Liter.
Row, Bridgetown,

The last petition was that of
Ermine Waterman of Pickwick
Gap, Kensington Tenantry, St.
Michael, widow, to the estate of
her husband Goulbourne Water-
man late of this Island.

The Wills admitted to probate
were those of, Annie Evelyn
Seale, William Pazare Douglas
(St. Michael); William Francis
Corbin (St. Peter); Henrietta
Marshall (St. Michael); Ia
Leslie Grannum (St. Michael) ;
Frances Chase (Christ Church);
Rosalie Elvira Bynoe (Christ
Church); Simeon Horatio Goddard
(St. Philip); Jane Campbell (St.
Lucy).

His Honour allowed the re-
sealing of probate of the Will of
Gertrude Blair Slater, late of
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, under
section 37 of the Court of Ordin-
ary Act, 1891. (

ary



Decree Absolute
Granted

In the Court for Divorce and
Matrimonial Causes yesterday His
Honour the Acting Chief Judge,
Mr. G. L. Taylor, granted decree
absolute in the suit of D, E.
Edghill (Petitioner) and C. D.
Edghill (Respondent). In this
Suit decree nisi was pronounced
on December 23 last year.

Mr. E. K. Walcott, K.C. in-
structed by Messrs. G. L. W.
Clarke & Co. represented the
petitioner,

Decree absolute was also grant-
ed in the suit of G. E. King
(Petitioner) and I. M. King (Re-
spondent). Decree nisi was
pronounced on December 9 last
year.

The
person,

petitioner appeared in



Fined For
Inflicting Wound

A fine of £3 to be paid in in-
stalments or 2 months’ imprison-
ment was imposed on Burleigh
Gill, a 39-year-old porter of Ivy
Land, on Thursday by His Worship
Mr. H. A. Talma.

He was found guilty of having
wounded Howard Cordeau on
February 1.

Overloaded "Bus
Costs 20/- Fine

Coleridge Welch of Clifton Hill
St. Thomas was fined 20/- to be
paid in one month or in default



THE

“GLORIA MAY” SANK
130 MILES OFF B.G.

FOUR OF THE CREW of 99-ton Schooner “Gloria May”

arrived at Barbados from Cc
by B.W.IALL. They were

Charles Clarke, and Alfred He:
bers of the crew arrived on Th
Bridgetown, crowds gathered

aracas via Trinidad yesterday
James Rice, Ames Nelson,

to hear something of their experience.

Among the six way arrived the
bro # hy nog the 22-year-old
00) oseph DeRouge w
Barbadian. eo

Dressed ina grey ‘jitterbug’ shirt
with pents to match and wearing
brown casuals, DeRogue sttolled
around Bridgetown yesterday to
say hello to all his friends.

He looked none thes worse for
his experience. He told the
“Advocate” that he was glad to
be at home again. He was
anxiously awaiting the opportun-
ity to go to sea again but not
under the same circumstances,

The story of the tragedy,
according to DeRouge, is : The
“Gloria May” left British Guiana
on Wednesday, December 21 about
5.30 p.m. for Barbados. The
following day between 7 p.m. and
8 p.m., bad weather stepped in.
The sea was rough. There were
squalls and rain fell continuously.

About 9 o’clock that same night,
the weather grew worse and the
mainmest fell out. Luckily, it
fell against the foremast and no
one was hurt.

When the mainmast came away.
it caused the vessel to leak in
the bottom.

Captain’s Orders

During this time, Captain
Graham was at the wheel and he
gave orders “stick to the pumps”,
Three pumps were in use but
they could not control the inflow
of water.

The “Gloria May” was then
about 130 miles North of the
British Guiana light house. Land
was not in sight neither could
they make back for British
Guiana.

Within half an hour after the
leak was developed, the bow of
the vessel went under and it sank,
Before the “Gloria May” sank,
one of the life boats was washed
off the deck.

Every body was off the ship in
the rough sea, making their way
through bags of charcoal that had
washed off the deck.

A flash of lightning came and
the other lifeboat was seen afloat.

The crew of 1 yot into the life
boat. Nothing was seen nor heard
of Captain Graham and the two
passengers who were on their way
here. No signs were left of any-
thing except the bags of charcoal
which were afloat.

No food, no water, no course, no
oar locks—just two knives, five
oars, the suits of clothing to their
backs and hats which served as
bailers, these the men had saved.
The seas were breaking into the
small boat, which he feared would
have sunk at anytime, and they
just kept bailing out the water
and drifted with the tide.

On Christmas Eve, the weather
held up but the rain continued to
fall. The ten men held their coats
to catch some of the rain water
which they drank to keep them

alive.
Land Ahead

That day, they saw and reached
land, ana found a river from
which they got fresh water. They
saw a tomato tree which bore 12
green tomatoes and they divided
tnem evenly among themselves,
This was on Venezuela,

They slept that- night under
their boat which they had hauled
up. Some of the men caught colds
by sleeping in the wet clathing.

Leaving that beach, they arrived
at another beach on December 31.
Starving and weak, they crawled
ashore in search for food. All they
saw there were guavas, sweet
cassava and dry corn which tiiey
ate raw.

iNight*came and they slept again
after battling against mosquitoes
and sand flies.

Next morning, they trailed the
beach again in search of food.
This time they only saw foot-
prints of animals.

On January 3, the men saw two
Indians and they went towards
them, Then they saw a Capuchin
Missionary of the Venezuelan Gov-
ernment who took them to his
home.

There they were given food and
clothing. Two days later, they
were taken to a little village
where they had to make a state-
ment.

Next step of their wandering
was to Ciudad where they were
received by Mr. Sutherland who
came for them in a Government
boat. Accommodation there was
much better. From Ciudad they
were taken by Spanish plane to
Trinidad and finally, they were
sent home.

De Rouge said that he was told

JOSEPH DE ROUGE,
22-year-old cook cf ill-fated
schooner “Gloria Muy”.



‘Blue Waters’
Should Have
Been Built

The island’s hotels are packed
with guests, and there is hardly
room for more, the “Advocate”
has been informed, and Mr. J,
O’Dowd Egan, one of the promin-
ent business men interested in the
Hotel Business yesterday con-
firmed the report,

He blamed the restrictions which
had made the building of “Blue
Waters” Hotel impossible, and said
that if they had been allowed to
import from America and Canada
the material necessary for erecting
that hotel, there would not be that
shortage of accommodation now
that devaluation of the pound is
bringing so many Americans to
the British West Indies.

When an American leaves the
States with say $4,000 and comes
to Barbados, his money is increased
by about 70 per cent because of
devaluation. Tourists from Vene-
zuela are in an even better
position, because they get a
premium when they change their
native Bolivares into dollars, plus
an addition to those dollars when
they come to a sterling area like
Barbados.

Mr. Egan thinks the situation
is a gloomy one, that will con-
tinue to be gloomy unless there is
an ease-up on the import restric-
tions from the dollar areas.

Steel Drums In
Pyramid Form

A thousand steel drums, form-
ing a sort of pyramid, were
packed up on the waterfront yes-
terday opposite the bond of Messrs
S. P. Musson, Son & Co., Ltd.

These drums arrived by C.N.S.,
“Canadian Challenger” from Hali-
fax on Wednesday:

They were just returning to the
island as they took up fancy
molasses to Canada during 1949,
shipped by Messrs Barbados Pro-
ducers and Packers Ltd.

The drums will be used again
this year for taking molasses to
Canada.

4 Murdered
@ From page 1.

fired a snot through the window
which scared Poka behind a par-
tition in the room leading into the
kitchen where his wife’s dead
body lay on the floor. Hintzen
then climbed the steps and fired
another shot, while villagers
climbed the back-stairs and prod
him with bamboo.

To escape prodding Poka dashed
across the room and was finally
shot in the right leg.

His brother-in-law then entered
and struck the cutlass out of his
hand with a piece of green-
heart and held him while police
rushed in and arrested him.

Poka was taken to hospital for
treatment and will be charged
on Friday with murder.

—(By Cable).









7

PIGEON

adley. The other six mem-
ursday. When they reached
around to greet them and





BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Rio To
London

30 Hours

B.O.A.C, are to introduce their
new Argonaut aircraft on their
route between London and tne
East Coast of South America ana
across the Andes to Santiago
(Chile) on 20th February,

This new service will operate
twice weekly via Lisbon ana
Dakar to Natal, Rio de Janeiro,
Montevideo, 3uenos Aires and
Santiago, one service making an
additional call at Sao Paulo
Brazil). Rio will be reached from
Lonaon in approximately 30
hours, Sao Paulo in 34 hours,
Montevideo in a day and a half
and Santiago in under 2% days
(including a nightstop in Buenos
Aires).

-B.O.A.C. will thus re-establish
the direct air link between Great
Britain and Chile, the rector be-
tween Buenos Aires anc. Santiago
having been suspended for the past
year. The existing York services
on this.route, to be progressively
withdrawn as the Argonaut ser-
vices are built up, do not operate
beyond Buenos Aires. It is at
present expected that all York
aircraft will be withdrawn from
the route before the end of March.

Built in Montreal by Canadair
Ltd., the Argonaut is powered by
four Rolls Royce Merlin engines
and includes much other British
equipment. The aircraft is pres-
surised and, air-conditioned and
is divided into two spacious cabins
seating a total of 40 passengers.

Many of B.O.A.C.’s fleet of 22
Argonauts are already in service
on the Corporation’s routes from
Great Britain to the East and
Far East.

Fuchs Has
Nothing ToSay

@ From page 1.
Investigation had been expected
to send a representative, but he
had not arrived shortly before the
case began.

Christmas Humphreys, Prosecu-
tion Counsel, said he would call
three witnesses to whom Fuchs
had made _— statements orally

“which amount to a confession on
these two charges.” He said he
would ask for Fuchs to be com-
mitted for trial to the Central
Criminal Court.

A London solicitor, *J. Thomp-
son Halsall, represented Fuchs,
who was dressed in a brown tweed |
suit with khaki coloured shirt and
a brown tie. His face, topped with
a thatch of dark hair, whitened
as Humphreys said his oath ot |
allegiance “meant nothing to a!
man whose mind was irrevocably
wedded to Communist principles.”
He alleged that Fuchs said on one
occasion Ife visited the Soviet Em-
bassy in Kensington Palace Gar-
dens,

Humphreys said Fuchs was born
near Frankfurt in 1911 and was
educated at Leipzig. He became
anti-Nazi and in 1932 joined the
German Communist Party. He
then left Germany for France and
England as a refugee from Nazi



oppression. War broke out in
1939 and in 1940 he was interned
in England.

In 1942, Humphreys said, atom-
ie research was being intensified
in more than one country. “The
very finest brains available were
needed to assist in research and
such brains as Fuchs possessed
were very rare indeed,
known and proved to be one of
the finest theoretical physicists
living, and undoubtedly had done
considerable work for British
atomic research. He was exempt-
ed from internment and in due
course his great brain was har-
nessed to atomic research and he
was taken to work with a pro-
fessor in Birmingham University.”

“In July, 1942 he was. natural-
ised and became a British sub-
ject.
oath of allegiance. When he first
entered atomic research before he
was naturalised he signed the
usual security undertaking and
that was done again in 1944.”

That document made it perfect-
ly clear to him how security-
minded he must be and he signed
it. “It is only fair to say,” Hum-
phreys declared, “that he always
looked as being a security-minded
person. But it is now clear that
such an oath of allegiance meant
nothing to a man whose mind was
irrevocably wedded to Commun-
ist principles.”

Humphreys said that in a state-
ment which Fuchs made, he said
that shortly after his release from
internment he was asked to help
a professor at Birmingham Uni-
versity in war work. He accepted
it knowing nothing at first what
the work was about. “When I
learnt about the parece of the

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He was |

At that time he signed an |}

Rifle hot | ——

The October—November Handi-
cap Spoon Shoot of The Smal
Bore Rifle Club will get under-|
way at their Range on Suna: at
morning, February 12th, 1950, at}
8 o’clock,

They are nineteen members wil
are eligible for “his shoot ana
from the recent scores it is antici-
pated that they will be some very
keen competition.

Owing to the shortage
Targets they were unable to take
this shoot before.

The following is a list of the
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» C. A...Gomes.... -. 98,25
ai ke. MN 97.35
Major J. E. Griffith........ 97.33
Capt. J. R. Jordan......... 98.7
Mr. H. B. G. Marshall. 93.2
lua’ C. By eRe... Ses 98.9)
Miss J. Nicholls .......... 90.91
Mr. W. A. Richardson... ... 98.00
» T. A. L. Roberts. 96.08
pee GORI ies «iss +. pete
ple: AMMO, Cais aacacn 97.25
9 eee Gs SUCRE cas 95.83
ie Pe OT oS 97.16
Capt. C. R, E. Warner... ... 97.08
Miss D. Weatherhead...... 78.75
Mr. K. S. Yearwood, . 93.25

25 Years Ago

(Barbados Advocate, Fevruary 11,
1925)

The Cunard-Anchor Liner

“Tuscania” at Barbados

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anchor in Cartisle Bay after a
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Spain, Trinidad, in command of}
Captain David W. Bone, with!
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Cunard West Indies Cruise con- |
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with twin screws. Her length}
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breadth 70 feet. |

Draft on cruise being 26 feet. |
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a service between Glasgow, Lon-
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primarily intended for the service



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LONDON, Feb. 10.
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work I decided to inform Russia
and establish it through another
member of the Communist Party,’
his alleged statement said.

“Since that time,” Fuchs’ al-
leged statement continued, he had
continuous contact with persons
completely unknown to him, and
whatever information he gave
was communicated to the Russian
authorities. From then on there
was a continuous passing of in-
formation relating to atomic
energy at frequent intervals.”

“This was on his own initiative,
no approach having been made to
him. He confined the information
he gave to the product of his oNn
brains but as time went on this
developed into something. He
realised he was carrying his life
in his hands, but he had done this
since his underground days in
Germany.”

The Prosecutor said he added
that in case there was any doubt
that the communications were
made. to Russia, Fuchs said just
betore his written statement that
some meeting was in London, and
that on one occasion he visited
the Soviet Embassy in Kensington
Palace Gardens.

Humphreys said: “How jnuch of
ithe results of his own research and
how much of the information ac-
quired from his colleagues he had
given away to the Russian author-
ities, it is undesirable and un-
necessary that I should reveal.
But you will hear evidence from



an expert that what he did re- |

veal was of the highest value to a
potential enemy.”

Fuchs had said that Dr. Alan
Nunn May, the London University
Scientist, who wis sentenced in
1946 to ten years imprisonment for
disclosing atomic secrets had taken
money as a token payment. Fuchs
accepted the £100 “regarding this
as symbolic payment signifying
his subservience to the cause, but
his reason was unswerving deyo-
tion to the cause of Russian Com-
munism,” the Prosecutor said.

Counsel read a statement alleg-



edly made by Fuchs in which he |

said, “I had complete confidence
in Russian policy and I had no
hesitation in giving all the in-
formation I had. I believe the
Western Allies deliberately al-
lowed Germany and Russia to

fight each other to the death,”

“When I learned about the pur-
poses of my work at Harwell, I
decided to inform Russia.”

“T used my Marxian philosophy
to.conceal my thoughts _ which
had to be separated into two com-
partments.” Counsel added, “he
seems to be a loyal Englishman
by adoption but inwardly un-
known to all about him he was a
political fanatic on the payroll of
a foreign power.”

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phatically told a security offic
that his father had been offerea

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interview with e security officer,
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to point blank accusations of
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After intensive questioning

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had communicated a good deal oi
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“He returned to Britain in 1946
; and since then had been employea
as head of Thefeoretical Physics
Division of the Atomic Energ)
Establishment at Harwell.

The first witness was Com-
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Yard’s special branch.

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of Naturalisation. He said Fucns
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Barbados Score 686 For Six

WEEKES HITS FIRST

DOUBLE

DUE to clever placing
and steady bowling by Briti
knocked up only 686 runs
Barbados-British Guiana
day’s play yesterday.

It could not be disputed that the
B.G., fielding was up
highest level and had it not been
for this factor, another Kensington
record would have gone down 1n
the annals of world cricket. For
Everton Weekes today exalted

te

himself with a Clessic double cen- |

tury worthy of the top ranking
batsmen in .the world today.
Weekes revelled in cover drives,
late and square cuts and distin-
guished and elegant strokes all
round the wicket to score the first)
doyble century of his career. It was |

a glorious innings which cannot}
sportsman, |

be begrudged by any
and eclipsed all previous Kensing-
ton performances by him. Skipper
John Goddard declared his innings
closed at 686 for 6 and B.G. ww

the middle. The visitors were u»
qu

n

fortunate in

losing two



“DrunrLy GASKIN

wickets but popular
Bob Christiani came in to save
day with a crisp and good looking
knock of 33 not ou

internati

1 a total











62 for 2 wkts istianl
sound and classic taking
ehances and yet not issing
portunities off the se ball
B.G. opened on a cautiou
and took 92 minutes t re (
runs

This is a good a
fading light and
no one cay blame the visitors
trying to preserve their energit
for to-day when tn¢ ame
tinues,

Precisely t 11.30 Weeke

nd Lucas 21 resume sarba
first inning hich x

for 3 wickets

Rollox bowled the first ovel
from the pavilion end to Week

who took a single to gully off
second delivery, while Lucas turn-
ed the fifth nicely to the fine leg
boundary

Norman Wight opened from the
screen end and Weekes took
simgie to extra cover off the sec
ond while Lucas played t the
remainder

Weekes attempting di
off the second from Roliox, e
through the slip ind
F took a single to mid-on 0
the last. Weekes square cut Wig
f single i Lu on drove}
for a couple and then ta a sin-|
gie f t gully

Weekes toot ingle
I m off th iF al faci
Rollox wer drove tne te

el ip 400 after
lay. Weekes took sin-

off drove/



n and Lucas













r a similar amount. i
Lucas took a single to mid off
off Wight and Weekes square cut
beautifull 1e batsman only |
a 2 single Christiani on the
r undary fielded brilliantly
Weeke 81 and Lucas 31
I ed the fourth from
f ' s I leg boundary
i nen } c the remain-
ie
Roliox’ ext ver ielded a
f ba é 2Liecting 4
}
th the ore at 416 Gaski
bowled from the creen end vice
Wight and Weekes cover drove}
for a singk Lucas also got aj
single in the direction of point and}
Weekes late cut for a couple }
Trim wa ¥ brought on from |
t pavilion He bowled to
Lu I i for a bracd)
f ingie
to ho toot
sing ff the | bal
ok the ne
ball and bowled Weeke wh
looK a shar} i : t 1 Y
off off the first ball. Lucas played
out the remainder

At this stage Pairaudeau left the

field and Thomas substituted





the |





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\ the second ball of his fourth over

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CENTURY

of the field, excellent fielding
sh Guiana trundlers, Barbados
for 6 wickets declared as the
yurnament ended the second

Trim bowled to Weekes and his
over yielded two singles. Weekes
took a single to extra cover off
Gaskin and Lucas pushed to mid
off for an easy single.

weekes cover drove the first

| bali from Trim to the boundary

94 and then
Lucas

make his score
plaved out the remainder

Ww

{took an easy single wide of Trim

on the on side off Gaskin and

Weekes off drove to the boundary

|and then on drove for a couple to
| get

his 100 including fourteen
boundaries and a five in 133 min-
utes.

Lucas on drove Trim for
single, Weekes cut past point for
another and Lucas turned this
Same bowler to fine leg to send up
Weekes who off drove for anothe:
single. Lucas teok another single
| to fine leg and Weekes cover drove
for a similar amount.

Gaskin’s next over yielded two
ana Trim’s a_ similar
Weekes cover drove
sackin beautifully to the boun-
ry end then on drove for a
single while Lucas got a single
imilar shot off the last
cut ose ff Trim past
y for a couple to get hi vu
i five boundaries

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122 minutes and the

ێ single to mid-off. Gas
ielded five including a
cover drive by Lucas for a couple
W t core at 466 Camacno
; from: * n at the pavil-
end. He bow! g! to Lucas who
cok a single silly mid on
Weeke cover di for another

je and Lucas high over the
s to the voundary
h the second wal! from Gas-

attempted to turn one

cu





suca



the teg, missed and was bowled

9 including 6 boundaries. Hi
mnings lasted for 134 minutes

| The total was now and
C. B. Williams joined Weekes a

was quickly off the mark with a











singie to cover
Weekes got a boundary to fine
off lé Gaskin
W n. amacho
is s¢

pell this St I
H cluding
; é 1 by
W a rT

ple V
relieved Camacho at
ur € enc He | }
W t € t he
boundary later « er rove

Wi
send

Weekes als

later
later



o drove for

i r i upile to
500 after 381 r

s play



Follox bowle e last over be-
fore lunch and it yielded 3 runs
The total was 505 for 4 with
Weekes 135, Williams 14 and
extras 6

After Lunch
On resumption Gibbs bowled to
Weekes from the pavilion end the
batsman pulling tne first delivery
to the tine keg boundary. He
singled the next.” Williams played

; out the remainder of the over
Gaskin bowled to Weekes fron
Screen End and the over pro-
| Guced 8 runs, Weekes singling the
| first delivery, cutting the third
“hrough sips to the boundary and
né 1g a similar stroke off the





fe 1 ball for 2. Williams help
‘ himself to a single off i
id ball of the over
1 Gibbs’ next over eac ba

an scored two singles. A singel
» mid-off off Gaskin’s first bal
ook Weekes to his 150 made
186 minutes. He had now hit 1
fours.

The force
between

ever

Datsmen continued to
pace running well
wicket making

the

the and

available run.
British

Guiana struck

Williams to misplay one
stump and umpire Ceasai
no hesitation

He

iuding one

on



th le
1e leg

Foster had in giv-
I scored 21
and had
een at the wicket for 35 min-
tes. E. Atkinson came out and
opened his account with a beau-
After he
Single, Weekes
delivery to the
ong on boundary. The 550 went
in Gaskin’s next over when
Weekes drove through the covers
This score
in 412 minutes
at 556
Gaskin at the
as usual com-
The score con-
Atkinson
whet

had
four

him out

i

tiful cover drive for 4
had added a

the last
ip

for a

couple had
€ Ade
With the score
took er from
Sereen End

mandead

Rollox

and
respect
to go up but

nfortunately run out
misjudged a fourth run off
He had made 17
read 561—6—

Gibbs’ bowling

ind the total now

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EVERTON WEEKES cuts one from Norman Wight

17.
Missed

Skipper Goddard who part-
nered Weekes should have been
stumped before opening his ac-
count but Gibbs was deprived of
his second wicket when wicket-
keeper McWatt failed to hold the
bali. Goddard was beaten again
in Gibbs’ next over but this t:me
he was well in his crease.

While Goddard at this stage of
the game was not at all comfort-

able, Weekes on the other hand
was scoring freely as.ever, cut-
ting, driving and hooking with
delightful regularity.

Norman Wight was given his

second spell for the day from the
Screen End with the score at 580
and Goddard hit the third deliv-
ery to the long-on boundary.
Gibbs continued to bowl from
the Pavilion End. The 600 went
up when Weekes crashed one of
the deliveries past the bowler
bringing him even with Roy Mar-
shall’s total of 191 and in 12 min-
utes slower than Marshall’s time
of 231 minutes. The 600 had gone
up in 454 minutes. A powerful
cover drive for 2 off another de-
livery from Gibbs made Weekes
the highest scorer for his tear

1 the innings.

Facing Gaskin who had taken
over from Norman Wight, Weekes
jrove him through mid-off for 4
and then off his back foot to the

long-on boundary to bring his
total to 200 in 250 minutes. He
had now struck 22 fours. The
batsmen were now entirely or
top of the bowling and but for

the fielding which was almost al-
ways of the highest standard the
rate of scoring though rapid
would have been even more so

Roliox came on from the Pa-
villon End with the score at 640
and bowled to Weekes who made
an uppish stroke through slips
but Gaskin failed to get his hand
to it and the ball went to the
boundary

Nine Runs

Another full blooded drive by
Weekes to the leg-boundary off
the next delivery and a single off
the last gave the batsman 9 runs
in the over. Christiani then
came on for the first time from
the Screen End and was driven
by Weekes all along the carpet
to the boundary to bring the total
fo 650 in 486 minutes. Goddard
also helped himself to 2 fours in
this over

A drive through the covers by
Goddard in Rollox’s next over
ent his 50 up in 76 minutes. He
ad now hit six fours and went
to square cut Christiani’s
fourth ball in his next over for
another
Rellox
steady

on

who was keeping a
length all along bowled
the last over. Weekes hit the last
ball h but Pairaudeau, though
getting to the ball failed to hold
it. Weekes was now 235 and he
ran a single. It was the only

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Sun Sets: 6.07 p.m.

Moon (New) February 16.
Lighting: 6.30 p.m.

High Water: 11.05 a.m.

YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington) nil.
Total for month to yester-
day: .63 in.

Temperature (Max.) 82.5° F.

Temperature (Min.) 74.0° PF.

Win Direction (9 a.m.) E,
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chance he had given. Goddard's
score was 56 and the total 686
for six wickets. The tea interval!
ball high but Pairaudeau though
had now arrived and the inning:
were declared closed.

Weekes’ 236 which included



fours had taken 295 minut<
while Goddard’s score took
minutes during which he hit

fours.

Gaskin was the
ful bowler taking 2 of the wi
kets in 43 overs at a cost of
runs. He bowled two
Christiani and Gibbs each

most succe



wicket for 77 and 86 runs

: ;
spectively. Christiani sent dow
11 overs and Gibbs 16. N



bowled a maiden.

British Guiana opened their firs
innings with Glendon Gibbs an
Bruce Pairaudeau Frank King
bowled the first over from the
sereen end to Gibbs—a left hand
batsman and with the fourth de-
livery, had Gibbs l.b.w. without
a single run on the board.

Leslie Wight filled the breac!
and survived the remainder of the
over—a maiden wicket



ROBERT CHRISTIANI

Eric Atkinson bowled from the

pavilion end and sent down a
maiden to Pairaudeau. Two runs
however went up on the tins ¢

the result of a no ball and a bye

Pairaudeau opened his account
with three to square leg off King’s
second delivery. Wight played out
the remainder

Pairaudeau on drove Atkinson
to the boundary and then cove
drove for a single to send up 10
on the board.

In King’s next over Pairaudeau
off drove for three and then got
past Goddard at silly mid on for
a sitigle off Atkinson’s second de-
livery. Wight again played out
the remainder. King’s next over
to Pairauaeau was a maiden.





‘With the score at 14, Norman
Marsha! replaced Atkinson at the
m end and sent down a
iden to Wight. Pairaudeau off
irove King to the boundary, then

dreve for four (all run) and

ngle to point.
jana lost their second
Pairaudeau edged
th delivery from Marshall
cket-keeper Wood made
He had seored 21
boundaries, after











1



Following are the scores :— i
BARBADOS ist EVNEINGS

Marshall « L. Wight b Geskin
‘aylor run out
Wsicott ¢ Rollox b Christioml
Weekes not out
Leecus b° Gask
’ Lb.w





ams bh Gibbs
Atkinson run o*t
Coddard not cut

Extras i.b. 3, w. 2,





n.b. 1

Total (for 6 wkts. dee.)
Fall of wickets: 1 for 98, 2 for 273.
3 for 95, 4 for 475, 5 for 530. 6 for 56!
BOWLING a a

M R. W
m 21 i 1006=C
Gaskin 43 2 i91 2
Camacho 6 i 2
N. Wight 20 4 A —
Rollox 35 5 1s —
Grbbds 16 0 86 1
Christiani + ae 9 77 1
BRITIS"] GUIANA Ist INNINGS
PR. Peiraweau c (twkp.' b N :
Morshall . 2u
%. Gibbs |l.b.w. b King 0
1 Wight nom ont ay .
R. Christiani not out
Exiras 1 b. I n.b
Total (for 2 wkts.) 6
Fall of wickets: 1 for 9, 2 for 23
BOWLING ANALYS’S -
°o = & W
FP. King 9 3 23 !
E. Atkinson 7 8 34 ;
N. Marshall 9 7 a
R. Marshal: 8 ,
~. B. Williams 2 8 € 0

Programme

SATURDAY, February 11, 1950 __

a.m. The Mews: 7.10 a.m. New
Analysis: 7.15 a.m. Aceortieon lateriv fe
7.3% a.m Generally Speaking: 7.50 a.m
Interlude: 8 a.m. From the Editoria’s
2.19 a.m. Programme Parade: 8.15 is n
John Buill’s Band, 8.45 a.m ix





Music: 9 a.m, Close Down: 12 noon The }

" _m. News Analysis, 1°. !
= Saint Mys treland: 12.30 pi

nwealth; 1 p-m. b«
Meet the COE le Seowitedht. 1.3?

Becke: 1.15 p.m. =

pm



the wicket for 36 min-}p mm. Twenty Questions: 2- trom. Lri-
rt Christiani the in- << 2.10 0a. Bee eee ened.
. 2.15 p.m. Sandy MacPhers' ee
ag batsman played out the] 72"mneatre Ongan: 2.30 p.m. Varie
c Bonabox 3.90 Pm, Sports Review.
2t on drove King for three} om News: 4 a from

account after being at

open his



Use

m. _ .
Listeners’ Choice: ©

Service: 4.15 P
Mevies; 5 p.m

wicket for 35 minutes. Mar-|), m. Programme eyes! ae
all sent down another maiden, | Gererally Speaking: | 9- ate
s third in succession. lude: 6 p.m. Saturday night 2 i

Kimson



relieved King at the

i Ane
7 p.m. The News, 7.10 p.m. rae 1

: 7.45
tysis; 7.15 p.m. Tm cates ae Sevtee

screen end with the total at 26.}p.m. Eve Beeke, jlip Green: 9 p.m.

He bowled to Christiani who ecel: 8.15 RA om ‘Home News from

turned his second to square leg | $°¢,. "9.15 p.m. Music from the

for a couple and later took a | Wovies: 10 p.m. Think on these. thingy
to cover off a no-ball. 10.45 p.m, Weekly "sports :

r le

Marshall bowled another maiden
this time to Christiani and Atkin-
son also sent down one to Wight.
Marshall sent down another maid-
en and Atkinson did likewise.

Christiani got past Taylor at
quare leg for a couple off Mar-
|! and then got an easy single

i-off. Christiani on drove
Atkinson for a single and later
Wight also got a single with a
eat glide.

Piay had now been in progress
for one hour and the score was
34. Marshall sent down another

aiden and his analysis read

vers 6 maidens 3 runs 1 wicket.

King took over from Atkinson
t the screen end. He bowled to
Wight who turned him nicely to
fine leg for a single. Christiani
got a single to square leg and later
ff drove one from Marshall to the
boundary.

King’s next over 10 Wight was
a maiden. Roy Marshall replaced
his brother at the screen end with
the score at, 41. He bowled to
Christiani who pulled a short one
to the on boundary and later cover
drove to the boundary.

Wight sent up 50 in 77 minutes
with a neat glide off King for a
zouple. Roy Marshall’s next over
yielded 5 including a_ beautiful
cover drive by Christiani.

With the score at 56, C. B. Wil-
liams was brought on from the
screen end for the first time. He
bowled to Christiani who pulled
his first to the fine leg boundary



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and then played out the re-
mainder

Roy Marshall bowled a maiden
-his first for the afternoon — to
Wight. Williams’ next over yield-
ed a couple, an on-drive by
Christiani.

Norman Marshall bowled the
last over for the day from the
pavilion end and sent down a

maiden to Wight. The score read
62 for 2 with Christiani 33, Wight
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PAGE TWO THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATIRD w. n:nm .\ Rv Ccmib gatlwg H M) is EXCELLENCY the Oov-, Savage 1 b) Mr W. Lambert, ;e Secrtfjry, attended the inter* a] game between Barbados and British Guiana at Kensington yestei m * Red Letter Day TADAME BROMOVA has now r.pleted arrangements for a dancing display which will I*" -ludenU and pupils at the Empire Theatre on Thursday. March 23rd, and there will be both matinee and evening The proceeds of these performances are to be devoted to the establishment of a "Ballet Fund'. the control and management of a local committee Particulars about thi fund will be ;>ed shortly. Raison, and the Police Band .'ire to provide the Intermis. and Aili accompany the dai For Cricket Tournament M R. A XOKRI5 HUGHES. President of the Grenada Chamber of Commerce and President of the Grenada Cricket Association, is now in Barbados to witness the Intercolonial cricket tournament which n being played at Kensington. He arrived on Wednesday by B.W.X.A. and will be here for about two weeks at a guest at the Hotel Royal. Back To School M R. OSWALD BOYCE, a student of the Caribbean Training College at Maracas. Trinidad. returned to Trinidad on Tuesday by B.W.I A after spending a holiday with his relatives at Passage Road. Paid Short Vitit M R KENNETH Fin, an tmployw of B.W.I.A Tnruscnooi noy ai wricKci d d „,„„„, home b> B.W.I A Y UAY al Kiinit"' „ n Wednesday evening after the School Boys' Stand waa spending a short holiday in the ._ throughout. The procompletely filled and there must islanf). He was staying, at Super gramme will cover all types of have been well over two hundred Mare Guest House, stage dancing from character and ooys in it. A loud burst of applause classical to operatic ballet. cam f ror „ ihem, when then <-.•,_„, H.r. on Holiday Among* the special items is a ldu ,. BOO,-1C,' Williams, went out **"S"*J? ^S^ hiutavV' scene. %  'Glimpse of to lilk( h is turn at the creaQ N < nwtM no*oay n anna of the-"^ „, hf x 6s even took nis }-* •<<"* J Ba l f* ho V J r .. Naui >nd a renderplrtu „ an d walked away looking Stream, is Mr and Mrs. Oeorge in, of -Le. Sylphidesin the true P. ^ „ Jf^? '"£,. ^.f?s Ass. Sec ..dition. — Guiana, air nr . Ant s seen of r' March 23rd will t.e a red letter occasion. Hie Short Cut Is Here To Stay FROM dress styles to hair style*. Scoring over 18 rivals. 28-year-old Leonard %  Regent Street, won the Haircrcssing Spring Fashion Contest, held at the Royal Hotel. Woburn Place His model was auburn-haired Frances Power, aged 17. a hairdressing apprentice from Kensington. Her hair, only s'jin. long, was dressed in a slmrle. asymmetrical shingle He forec as ts an indefinite future for the short cut—"mainly because women find it easy i handle %  He likes it worn with earrings. thinks it is best suited to young women with oval features. Another believer in the short cut was Mr Charles Denmson. who won a concurrently run competition for hair styles tfl postiche. "I expect Jo see short hair ltd in vogue ten years from no* he said. —L.E.S Rupert and the Caravan—2o GB USD OPENING TO-NIGHT AT, mi ROYAL f M \ / Hf BENEOta BOGEAUS OTK* hi wrjii *r loose Rtiperr *nir. can ihrough :hc other ropes that *rt b ltd and soon his tnend %  '"' "And >• •*" "* *" JI '" th '* How drf vou comf bsst?" the ante bear, i hapc*cd ihi morning. k iwo i ight me and : % %  •• One n ihe nun wh brought you here, bui (he othe wit behind me and I dldrT: we h They blindfolded me and cart..-, me . %  bui never mind •nun gel sway." And next momr he put* ht powertul shoulfi ittaintt :he door. ^ JflNN PAYME SONffYTUFTS • ELU m Hunted by Killers W anted bv TV i NO FUTURE but a bullet in his Bktk Many Happy Returns M FANETTE GODDARD. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Goddard of GeorKe Street. M Ant. Director of Education tn^BJO. an Mr. and M R E C. M THEOBALDS, A ifred p. c go. Mr. Rego is on the the new Assistant Director office Staff of Wm. Fogarty Ltd. of Education, arrived from Jamai xhev are also here for two ca yesterday by B W.I.A. and w'll months and are staying at Silver be staying at Indramer Guest g^ds. House, Worthing. *j> Mr. Theobalds, who was born Up And Down When I saw Madder, he waa part way up a ladder. He went up four rungs, down seven rungs and up ten. That put Madder a: the top of the ladder. Then he went down nine rungs, up three rungs and down 10. Th^t put .Madder at the bottom of the ladretary of Wm Fogarty Ltd., der. that is. with his feet on the Georgetown. Also on holidiy earth. SIM.AY MTK,Fek. 12l Stage I'ndeT Ihe distinguished Pairom-.^ CAPT. RAISON, A.R.C.M., & MrSjt.JJ,, COLLEGE (of the Caribbean Train.: Present — llliHUDS njCoUen, n n7. was ad Hospital Matron r rom B.C. M B A ln the Puultc Hospi'al. Georgetown British Guiana is now in th. island for about three weeks ^ f holiday. She arrived on Tuesday Lucille j; as aUoVcteda, Assistant DirecfL.^p 1 "^^^,^* worthing m#£, Mr. tor of Education on s erjl '" A GuiaW Miss Premda* ^^wfv 1948. tat went to St. lived in England for 23 years Vlncen" for e.ghtee^ month, having gone there at an early whe he was E?ucat,un Omcer age. After reccing her educaHe has visited Barbados severj times before. irthdav yesterday The catad at St. Marys College. St *#ISS DORIS PREMDAS. As%  A-as marked bv a buffet Lucia and at London UniverMU. jy^ glsUnl Matron attached at her home. where he obtained his B.A. in The party afterwards went to igi7. He has lived most of hi* the Band Concert at the Hastings hie in St. Lucia but has been u Among those present Jamaica for eleven years where %  Betty Goddard. Miss pe was Inspector of Schools. He has also acted as Assistant Direci r nf Pducation on se\Cl %  ;raudeau. Mr Nurse, Miss Greta Bushell. Mr Halph Armstrong and Mr. David Maingot. Enjoying Himtelf S I'OKF. to Cadet John Schoileld last night at the H waa surrounded by .>: ladies and ^ "•.roughly enjoying Mr wai or,. H M S /J-*ronn at the Band Con%  ^ n f* .iei-. r.r. "God bless you." Quite Quite A Change E ARLY veslertlay morning a wending and she narrowly missed bump.i moving car. SUrti^l tion. she ,toofc up "nursing at Whipps Cross Hospital and latei worked in various hospitals in England. During the war, she worked in military hospitals and was bombed out on many occasions. In 19*6 she was appointed to her present post by 'he Colonial Office and on her way to B r it i s h had a glimpse of I. -Don-t Knock me down Guiana^-he^ ^^^ ^ ^ "Ariguani" which made a brief ^top hern Mist Premdas is a sister of I)i Ivan Premdas. a former Guianese Scholar who Is now practicing in England. I "" i amna. 70 Milek from Georgetown To Get Acquainted With m*R god Mrs Pat Olfcwd and „ Rirthdav M R. & A Johiiwn IV1 their baby son Anthony m ,. "*f^ i"",,',. ( .„ Cur.necticut. arrlrad Horn BrttUh Oulaaa ra\f A: J; ** !" J !"!" • spend two weeks at eently or "J Mr Luu.Pitcher who celeisor Hotel. They arrived H M'li.m bratrs hi* birthday to-da> iy B.W I.A from JaF.Kart>'s Brick and Tile Factory I ave been at Cuomacka. seventy miles up So how many rungs had Madder's ladder* JH yatn uo i'i'ii % %  %  I -IMAM (m. M a Mil lunoA |ou op nt^ q a.MppaTO %  •ni*s MUSICAL HECIT.U (In a Two-hour Programme) NEGRO FOLK SP1RIT!MLS!S0.VGS' THE BIGCEST TREAT IN A COTTuW Pit 24c., Low House 30c., Up Hoyat tu Balcony 60c. Guide To Housewives I odiii s lrin> POTATOES (Sweet) YAMS (All Kind!) m (All Qualities) 6c 3c. per lb. CROSSWORD L 1 Uf U ~ MI l i ..njri 1 i c JL r MM> — Across 4 ana S Down. We :n*l* .: %  17. 4i I. Tbis. spparantly. is in tn* frmnui uUtlag. i&l Pul the brat* on. (4) % %  wll To Ali to t, n*btt with muiM I*I holiday and the Demerarj Hiver. The>are come to get acstaying with Mr. and Mrs, John Williams of Chelsea Road. .okam M -i Mi retired businessman On Holiday M R X %  D %  %  mm •"• Enroute To Grenada and Mrs. J II Ja# ;pend a holiday in '. rrivfd ft BWIA. from Jamaica and will be here fur a lew da>.-i wards wist. Trinidad and Haiti They anComings and Goings M RS. FLORENCE Daysh, re-| it turned from Jamaica yesterday by B.W.I.A. after attending the First Women's Conference In laa WI. which was held in Tha diher member from fefn A W Scott is dutu leave Jamaica to-day, but Will be going to Trinidad for I itoof. visit, before retuniing I dos. His Own Composition? A TERR1FK hnfare fr..m IhJ Biscuit Man". Trumpet grcetD -ilield Clarke, and Mr eri the many boundan< %  < ntuiy at K. %  U' aotlrai) hi* own .-imposition. Un II has anything that jMmcs may ban triad March \ixh abso'utely Tlat' Mr. Pat Wallbridge. Sales Manager of Singer Sewing Machine Co., left for Trinidad B W.I.A. Rev R. Palmor-Uarnes. f thg James St. Methodist Church al-i left by B.W.I A for TH ..-•CKI.IV Mr. Alon Hulse. businessman, oad from British Hondurmi Via Jamaica yesterday by B.W.I.A ,r,K a holiday in that I It Lit H SOU ptws. li( .fl sitetcb Irom th* we**-end. :T rtipf can, of course, bs reset. ,1 Kind of person who baa %  Mill. (71 rhu Ancient drees ooiD eg three halfpence, <4> %  e. Aii:na: breke • B/ftnn. IS) 21. Juat fancjr. blttemcM over a roan our. ill M. It is ebed. <*• H, Cau De a slip ol mafnory. i> Dow a I. it is sugfeated mat ni 1st' yr* ur a,D suawer <6, t Iveu corn baa one. 131 4. Oold co;n once conuB->"> Kurupe. IS) One la uua.ij tuMi:-* %  -a s-t 1 Acroaa. Bolt lor a beo. nt. rs*e the ruiuie: irom ta* ta:o' ,>'.n| couuet. (31 ia Indurated. iS) 11 Hu laklni way* are wall saowo u> rou ill ssseJi tM J a cerlain ezj seceaaarilu beino days, signed awg) his ha ar prwaraf, tlioat who supItatl f im-ii, Li"'" Rtftj ideals arc handicapped "* tbu "n" r.-asonablc marflin of derlay imposed by trhaf u-as . ""F !" ?J0?J.: rUed yratrrdau a sense /i.li dlsclosurican UMiry < tmditi %  iuriring trad* &*^V2SA2£SiSi %  %  Ity lieachcomber set up on Salisbury Plain. In iuuv> man called Tapluw wanted to start a syndicate to bring one uf Ilia Italian lakes to Leicestershire When told that ihe scheme was impracticable, he said pettishly: "But it's only water. i was also an American who had a Bavarian castla removed. %  tona iv atooa, to Cofcag. it had been stuck up he said M.nuihinii. and he sold it tftM Daughters of Ubart] Proilt and Schloss. commantad Westphalian immigrant. With considerable hauteur ut! to a Mai %  %  ra setk cards d, and he at or. i %  %  i %  course. r of whatever aiat has ta be ron>. (C. Suet. Esq ) llinv >l \n \lp T HE despatch of Sfl Norway '"i •• ski-jump on llampstead HaatB mountain fi* m Bwltxeii unexpected delights, among them a revival of the plan to hung a Clergyman's Thumb (aught In Egg-Cup A N attempt to fool the famous Albert Ball aoho with a piece of music containing a passage for an echo failed When the echo passage was playad It, so that It souiukM a^ ,t tha USilsaalis were echoing the snhg i ^— ^asiaBvgassBss-^^^aaLaa^^ a \gasssssss^aaraflnBaj Our — Pattern Service h now located fiy Buitehida at WHITFIELDS only TOOTALS LYSTAV and ^ TOOLINA luU optiud 1 at 6olh EVANS* VtllllFIELDS iMnui iiiivnu PRESENTS "IHE COLLEGE HERALDS" Caribbean Training College Male Octette — in a — MUSICAL RECITAL I O-X M. II I \ isied by OLIVE EDWARDS (lyric Soprano) Negro Spirituals. Folk Songs. Humourous Selections, and Classicals SOLOS by live different soloists Three Baritones, one tenor, and Bass DOST MISS THIS MUSICAL TREAT PRICES: Pit 24c. HI.UM3SC. Balcony 48c. Boxes 60c. For ROOFS AISD PARTITIONS We I HI. r ALl'MINK'M CORRUGATED SIIEITS Lengths 6 ft., to lit ft., width 2 ft. KARLIT INSULATING WALL BOARD Lengths: ft. to 10 ft: Width: 4 ft KARLIT HARDBOARD Lengths: i. ft., to 8 ft., uidth 4 ft. GALVANIZED B.R.C EXPANDED METAL Lengths: 8 ft., and J ft., width 2 ft., 24 gauge. a BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LIMITED DIAL MM KRIDAY 17th TALENT SHOW & C B. BROWNE s ORK GLOBE WED. 15th JITTEKBl'G CONTEST OPEN TO-NITE & EVERY NTTE TO-NIGHT 8.30 sharp KIDDIES CARNIVAL (9 Children on Stage in TALENT CONTEST) CHILD STARS (All) LISLE JORDAN (10 yrs.) singing "SLOW BOAT TO CHINA" 1 Hl-\ M MAH.S1IAL1. (14 j n ) singing "LA ROO, LA ROO" %  Ml LBV WARD (IS yrs ) singing "LOOKrNG OVER A 4 LEAF^. COLLEEN WALKER 110 yrs.) singing "GLORIA" DALTO.N BISHOP | Crooning "AGAIN" l>eI.ISI.EBREWSTER(llyrs.) crooning "TORA. LORA" HERMAN rOBM (13 yrs.) crooning "ROOM FULL OF ROSES" VSBI I'ALRYMPLE 113 yrs ) singing Cowboy "I WAS BORN IN KANSAS SfflBLSTASBBTi staging -MY HAPPINESS" Plus RHIMBA CONTEST between 1. VZONGA vs BELLE Sl'ZETTE CALYPSOES, VOICE QUARTETTES and MAGIC Prices : 2(1, 3, 18, 60 Tickets Sold at the Door Sunday 12th TOKYO JOE (Humphrey Bogart) Plus half hour sweet Music by A. Meanwells Orchestra Monday 11th AN EVENING WITH THE STABS MONTHLY ALL STAR TALENT SHOW with the Winners Ben Dash, Evans Boscombc, Byron Rollock. FiU Harewood, M 1 *, Lucille Craig. Elma Williams, Colleen Ashby. Cosford Hu* Phyllis Collymore. Keith Scaley, Egbert Taylor tkkl LV-Daj Sunday and Monday



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^r aTl Rl>\Y IKBRIARV II. 18.111 fleralds Hear police Band Decision Reversed Honours o! ihe Assis,agGI IKDKIl hich inrVriudM ~u frUMHeralds, turned out %  *irMae P lice Buna under {•iSTirmS on Thursft g~ ij~ *l£i£& delighted the crowd %  • ^T-Conoe Forsic", as well as '" lk -"HI Alphoiu hLT.K 1 "" 1 •"">•"' not'luvtS mk ^„..Tnh W r-r, llu -' 2 THE BARBADOS A DVOCATE 'GLORIA MAY' SANK Rio To London SO Hours Rifle Shooting 130 MILES OFF B.G. ->_ "'. J. W. H Vaughn S H^ Nurse. Poli,, of D "'' rtara imposed a line or 20 an d £K____ "* rw ar v > or, Thursday. When they reached ^-_i"_". """?" *" d "" rom " "*" costs „n Kenneth Be,r. rSS ? ,,T' own c !" wcis %  'hcrcd around to greet them and J^s^ne A !" "? ?""?" !" u pi,M ,h ,,K -' %  _*„P. ord ? n B '" "icthiriK of their experience ISS, !" jiF'Z *"• "" competition. B.O.A.C. are •r-ss""" nd popu sswsr-ft -"2?-%^\jnderstood lhal shortly the MM*'" 1 ** spendina a day or ETwitMr. C. H. Yearwood. ?LW ardcn o( the Parish. t fl r w Pnnce, tenor soloist of the f__2-rThe other six memt ^!,.'V gum "" >*"" '•"•'" are 1 '"> 1 '" '••" shoo. !fr""i.i! .f_ cr !^. ar nved .. onThur "'y. When they reached jffr£27T < J5 a ~J? l " %  %  %  *>* fto-.t-l%  ill be some ver> Ing of then The October—Novemb. oap Bpooa BMO4 oil rhe SUM %  ray M :heir Hanjfe Of) 1950. all 8 o'clock. Th y %  %  nineteen members whe | ML and a native of Trinidad, %  yj^ 'Advocate" that the loca JJe a-ind waa very uood but S-r^n2ri T !" iS d .h /le/iny CMe//,,, r^AInoal Rand. "^ 5^ the local Band. )Sa W>98 of .a Hopper bicycle 1 valued $40.00 was reported -Ivor DeAhu-au of Collymore g^ He stated that the bicycle T_ri,_..n from outside a rcsidge 'u,nn/B U ^ "i>R^ : around Bridgetown •my hello lo all his friends worn for II, told the thai he was Kind to "' at nome again. He was • awaiting the opoortun| %  ' * ,0 sea again but >• under the same circumstances. Tm> story of the tragedv i ling to DeKo'.. luu-V i ,u: "" %  left nntish Guiana WILLIAMS of Para„,*?' ''"' "'""" '-'' ab ul a'Lucia atttnoini a utun. ; ?, m for Barbado.. The ln.ua,, Lour ,1 J >I1 '>">W *"y between 7 p.i: t cou„ „„ ts-i'st'-as" £-5*< I akon from outside a real ^K dt Bay Street on Wednes1 ISDS IV II. J Beach Club, recently re„ _, ne loss of a 6-volt battery, Ap 4'•""'"> .-.-...^ „.o, ^r/ WSJ"** squalls and rain fell contlnil About 9 o'clock that same night. lC !" ,V nL 20 "' *' cbru "TOwn. to th. shortage twirl. ^TL, S V '"' rS "P 0 !" Targets they were unable to I iwieo weeajy via Usbon ana this shoot before. Uikar to Natal. Rio de Janeiro, The following M !" ,.„.„J„ • %  --"" %  %  '"' rouowmg is a list of the Sam ,,„ ^,. S A "T 5 '"" """ bl members along with thei, Santiago, one service making an respective handieam. U Davis 11. Edghill A Qeaaei (hooding M I 97 01 9S.4I 98.2; 117 33 98.91 98 0( M M 87 7' 117 M N H t was parked ffiii^'SL^ROAD we, ^S'aSfZ&SlSF' tell afUnit the foremast and no ^^Bt involved motor lorry peraont, VBXr&S'Z* 0 ^* ArftZ2Jft£'* Captain's Orders ed Attornev this time, Captain aeo Hall Tenantry. iTs ?'T'"7 "' E lso Mlll of Graham was at the wheel -j, Mderstood that Devonish ,, r Lei'ers of Adminislra8dVI -' orders -stick to the pumps". • walking along the road with ." "' lh ll will annexe,| of Pe pumps were in use uut .bucket of water on her lieu,!. J ." M HamDden Qraham late of lh, v could n l control the Inflow OK of the uprights of the lorry 5' ew f" Hill. St. John, deceased 0, w ** L, cra-t Hie bucket and Devonish he Will was admitted to nroh-.io The "Gloria May" was then w „ h IK, her face and was injured, on 28th September, 1913 roba,e about 130 miles North of the !" "„ "J£ u " d ^ ere )' %  "•> fcxas later taken to the Gen'"" %  llrnlsh Guiana light house. Land „1 m ,'" m f re ,he Adv,,,.,-., „1 Hospital and detained. Next potiii„„ granted was th* was n0 ln "*'" e her could "" bo *"i"'ormed, and Mr. j .yOTHER ACCIDENT occurred filed b, Abdulhai Malm, mak JOSLI'll OK ItOI'tiK. My ea j It rook ef Ill-fated schooner "Gloria Ma. '. Blue Waters' Should Have Been Built The island's hotels are packet 'Ith lltltXTc -lilel Ihnu I_ II.. tBrazd). Rio will be reached Irom ,-iouoii in approximately sit „ R hours. Sao Paulo in 34 hours, ,• Montevideo in a day and a hall .. ft >., and Samugo In under 2', days Major J E Griffith .including a nlghutop in Bueno. Capt. J R. Jordan at, ... n „ Mr H B G. Marshall llnAl. will thus re-esublish i,t ,| Neblctt •he direct air link between Great Miss J. Nicholls attain and Chile, the ector beMr. W. A. Richardson i-,:i iii.-nos An,, an, Sjir.i.igo .. T A 1.. RObCrtl having been suspended for the pied n Sealv year. The existing York services „ g. Ten,,.,,. •m this route, to be progressively M ; Tucker withdrawn as the Argonaut serM A Tucker V** a /*„ bul up ;. do no1 operate c i pl c „ a beyond Buenos Alre. It is at M £ D „,.,,. present expected that all York Vr K S Yearwo.^1 aircralt will be withdrawn from "* ** B ,0 ,w oo" the route befoie lareb OC !-',._„ J .„. Built m Mew das * M ears .igo Ltd.. the Argonaut is powered by (Barbados Advocate, February 11 four Rolls Royce Merlin engines 1925) and includes much other British The ( unard-Anchor Liner equipment. The aircraft is pres'"Tllvanin" il IHlhaina Many of B-OA.C.s fleet of 22 anchor ,„ Carlisle Bu Argonauts are already in service voyage of 10 hour, frorn PorTof. ?-~.. o.! 1 ? ra V on i rol i' M ,rom Spain, Trinidad, In rommand ol| Great Britain to the East and Captain David W Hone, with 97.08 78 75 PW Beal A,t Deacons^Poad^near^Bays of Spi Fuehs Has NothingToSay ,:.out 6.45 p.m. on man the constituted attorns. Mesdav I..M iH.tweei, a motor Mohamed Mohmed „ „, ti£V* -' "dden r by ^..^!!^:_ to .-' a ^ jES DiCource.v sad. and d I—mi 'Siroad iTrotman and Burnett were i injured. The head lamp Michael, widow, lo Ha r could rvrL. i't" %  back for British „??" d E ""ne of the prominII ''rested in the ^ Tnm He blamed the restrictions which had not arrived shoilly befot?tl nearly 300 tourists on the urst Ciinard West Indies t i signed to Messrs. tlaitschvll & local Auents for the Cunarci St. Line of New Yoi k lh, % %  1 'u,eania", built In .921! h Ship BttUdlni Mid Company of Glasnow, in 16.893 with twin mwi HII lenKlh M I" I I in. : %  iuld call breadth 70 Pucfai Draft on cruue being 1 orally When not oruialn| she operates ; m'roUxn^^f^hSreua;'!^, bS '"j" **•>*• "~fcl not bTJha, ^b,ch amount ,„ a .onfessioir !" >1. widow, to the estate of *'"".f* 1 b '. '. cba J coal """ h ,d shortage of accommodation n the cycle was broken and her husband Goulbourne Water,v;,shed n lhe ** 'h... J....I... *:.. !.. Sr" rim and left muffler man late of this Islau.l. Th '' l to probate those of, Annie Evelyn from Mr. William were these two charges." He said he donderrv and New York, but .... ll^hlnino r . m H th t devaluation of : wo ,. d a J lt r r fuehs to he romprimarily Int. %  .m* :,ri sln ma ">' America,,, lo '.'"'•, <"' '"' <" U < Ital P, l.leooal was seen alloat. Ul Criminal Court Sh, I „ The crew of lu got into the life When an American leaves the „„. 51,,, so c 01 •' Thomp| lu l| and internal llttl *M Sh, !" ^f 10 ',." 1111 ""' %  ^• % %  DoutSai boat Hothtng was see,, nor heard states with <„ %  S4.ooo i „,„ ,', !^ r ljI p rT e '' 5S5 '"" %  '" <>" '""" iirenT the sX dSrict ?, ^''"^" [ r""" am 'o Barbados, hi, money is increa";', rlct, Corbin (St. Peter); Henri ear. m their way by about 70 per cent because of a brow^ue H,7a?rCner!w •*— 2S (St. MichacU: lla bwe .... signs were left of anydevaluation. Teui i a thaten of dark hair white,', even bettei eyi said his oath of' '"'*' i 1 nd band.. because they set %  anegiance "meant nothing to ancc h vin ill thel I read to the St. Lucy Vestry Marshall glanr meeting on Thursday. afiatT'Torthe^^ iT^dcnu if Coeoa,,u H.ll ?"• '*' Churchj: —" '" •*>• position, becov, %  Stain been complaining of JJ?""'^, o, lvira Byn e (Christ No food, no water, no course, no Premium when -hey change the.r man whose mind wasirrevocably Bs vr-hie muddy conditions of TJJr'Sv.. 8 !" -00 Horatio Goddard oar lnf|-g bill tw "ativo Holivares Into dollars, plus wedd_ed to Communist pro have been complaining of *" %  "• ^. lvlra nuddy conditions of Vo" !" !*,'. LSaiIt th,> list'ict and no efforts ,'='• Philip); Jane Campbell (St. oars, the suits of clothing to thei an addition to those dollars when ,,e %  Beged that Fuciis said on on. ^ av wssjesrs t- ., ...v UUIIO vi vsviuiusj iv uivn — w m %  WSIIII — |f the improvement has been *-ucy>. backs and hats which served aa they come to a sterling area like Occmiion visited the Soviet Em" ados, baM > in Kensington Palace Garuus nr ill iv. i loia w lllkll .-s^ a vu .r ^ — %  %  %  Bade His Honour allowed the rebailers, these the men had saved. Barbados Jbtf iwd is the main entrance paling of probate of the Will of The wmt WN ineaking into the Mr. Euan thinks the situation lab district ;md 1 can assure Gertrude Blair Slater, late of small boat, which he feared would is a Bloomy one. that will conHumphreys said Fuchs was born — — — "-'* -— !" -i...-., i,.,v (>. -iiiiiii li^i.tv. i>nnii >nILUIL-U wuuiu ift .1 [HHIIIIV Ullf, 111111 Will COI1,,„,, T-„„,,#,._* i iaa.ee j %  toatireal inconvenience has Toronto, Ontario. Canada, under havo sunk at anytime, and they tinue to be gloomy unless there is ?JK ? t %  m i a i W SLL^SS T .L h rem VaI ' 5 Ctl ? n 37 of thc Co,,rt of r ii ",ust k(,pt ^'""K ou, Tnc wa,pr an -*-up on the import restricanh-N-Si %  ndJn^.MJ^.S"!!!" %  mt,chiefly In the rainy season, nry Act. 1891. t ami drtftod with the tide. tions from the dollar w-a-: r^fln r^T A m e Tadaihon to all this we haw 0n Christinas Eve. the weather £ crn V"!. Communist Party. He %  rn, two t. I .wile masts and a well proportintic HUptical in shape. fare the inevitable plight of %  ding our canes to th, %  .highway because there is too Such mud for either I, | % %  l o draw them from the Lnsw considering the letter the oecidca to add thii Decree M>s<>liiir Grunft'd On Christmas Eve, the wenthssl held up but the rain oOntulUOd !< fall. The ten men held their coats to catch some of the rain water which they drank to keep them Land Ahead then left Germany fm France and i England as a refugee from Nazi | War hroke out in i 1939 and in 1940 he was interned j in Fjigland. In 1942, Humphreys said, atom-1 %  search was betn| Lntttuufled I A tii" .i urns, formin more than one country. l | ing a sort of pyramid. tveH v,, '. v Hl-ett brains available SUM1 Drums In? Pyramid Form for trani men %  BSBOI %  iNOTHU-tfcSKR to mat day. they saw and reached packed up on the waterfront vesneeded to assist In i, oin and land, ana found a river from ti-ruay OMKMlte the bond ol Messrs such brains as Fuchs possessed In the Court (or DIVOI of other roads which was M..:iiinou, urday His to th. Honour Ua ., i judge G. L. Tayloi KSo? ','! lx,re '* These" drums arrivedbv' CMS known and proved to b. %  er £2, '' 0 they alvtoetl "Canadian rornHali-S" '"'! tneoretieal ...... was f -"K nl tteapondent). in this uiem evenly among tnerneeivet, f a x on Wednesdayliving, and undoubtedly had done .bjought to the attention of !" 'L dcc "^ m s i w Pronounced Tills v on Veneguala. Th, > a .ningtotbe oonsiderable Vesirv was signed """' : year. Thes -l.pt that night under aj. ,,,'„„ ,„^ ._"..„_ atomic rescarcl . r G. Will.iughbv of I'lc %  **• K K Walcott. K.L' In vener and nearly 100 ralepavers %  tructi ping ill ine wet eiouillig. H UM >, „„., ,.. Leavii be) arrived nt of Highways and absolute". 7,7,""7 V>"K" '*""'' S ? •" % %  -•-•o". So" & Co., l.M '>'„ very rare indeed. He .. in use sun of D. L. saw ., whleh — work for British k Thej dent mat night under ,„.;£' as"'thev"took'''uo 'fane, "toniic leseaich. He was .-.. .1 which the) bad hauled „, olaiTOi ,„ C an„do during 1S. *JZFL,!"£2?l£. ... G!"L. W. upSome of the men caught coins ^Tpped by"ves's'n liuthldS Pm,'' courM h s *"" bra n w s hui Co, represented the • deeping.[in the wet clothing. SSEr'J !" 'S^L^VS"*' !" nessed to atomic research • was also gram•' another Ixiach on December 11. %  suit of G. S King • S1 ;" 1 J{ %  ,'"'> '.',','"."" pronounced on December 0 lasl ale r3Wi Tinpetitioner appeared person. saw there were |UI cassava and dry corn which ',.,y It read; "We'the'umiereigned Clarke & %  • %  •. ratepayers and artisans petitioner. %  TL5!S h „ of St Luc d0 hcre aaUmjl. Us 1O %  SCUM "• (Petitioner) a id I. M. K, "* '"' ,aM Al[ " Tb proposed building of sl,< "" ien0 %  w rectory or the reconstruc the present one, and the %  u tee Almshouse. j !" 1 riuesl that the a* held before any ad""' for tenders for the or reconstruction of VVafl buildings is made. vLY,' % %  ""'• of "" %  ,acl 'bat as BMellor !" '"'"' <*"">""<* was taken to work with A pro* thii fM iCanada. taking molasses to Nighl'caiii. ,inu tha) llapt again after battling against mosquitoes and sand Mai 4 Murdered • From page 1. nred a snot through li^ which scared Poka behind a parand for Fiiird For Inflicting \\ oiiml A DM of £3 to be paid in inthey trailed the „ Uon ln lhc d| beach again in e eh of food k „ chcn whc „ „„ ^,, ,„._„ uction of the aioreitahntnta or 2 montha 1 unprtaon• %  wn ..e jIil, i'i ... y. B 0U ment was impose,i on I % %  B-.t; — —— llivill il.l 1I1I|HJ>VI1 ill! UUIIII %  j-not aa to your Gill, a 39->earold portal oi I only saw foot— %  I .iiumals. On January 3. the men sow two ;.i towards %  aw a Capuchin ) of the Venezuelan Government who took them to his In July. 194a! he was n.ituialiseo and became a British sub\i that time he signed an oath "t %  Htafltrrt Whan ha Brat i atomic research before he j was naturalised he signed the usual security undcrtakim; 'hat was done again in 1944." That document made it perfect>ii In bun how Meurttyed he must be ;.i dothtnl .. .r J. t ,„ i Jt* plan y ," Len* on Thi Be •,?"l" ln tbe execution Mr.fi HFaad It our ,1.,,.. . He was found guilty of having .liven fiXKl anil shot ln thc right leg. body lay on the floor Hinu.-ii It "It tat only fel Ihen climbed the steps and fired phrcys declared, "lhat he always another shot, while villagers looked as being a security-minded climbed the back-stairs and prod person. But it is now clear that him with bamboo. such an oath of allegiance meant To escape prodding Poka dashed nothing to a man whose mind was across the room and was Anally irrevocably wedded to communtwo day. later, they Hit toother-,,, -law then entered "mophievs said that in %  littl.village and stru, k the cutlass out mention facts that a,"";,??"? 1 1 overlook, bearZ£ ? >.""' Iac ,hal "•" Kt .,' b* v io be repayed aaSalJoi. h d b> hc ''"W gave tins letter const p, mciples. Humphreys said that in a statement which Fuchs made, he said that shortly after his release from ?£* ?'..B T*f. I internment he was aske,i professor at Isirimngham UniQverloaded "Bus Costs 20 ; Fine of hiIhey had to n. '.and with heart and held him while police Next step of their wandering lushed ln and arrested him. i-.idad where they we,,Po ka em taken to ho.pital lor ,'t knowing' nothing at Arst what M MiSutherland who t.eatment and will be charged the work was about. When in a Government „„ FlH |||oul n< purpoM „, lhe versity in war woi k He accepted HBBBITI. ""'"'I' 1 of his letter KSS1 L**'J""' S Lucy 5 bewv,-. ,' '<"'' h "" :H1U other KT* p ni on Thursday, ^P ACTOIES „, the TO Parishes have startira being f trucks fo1 I Portets a nd Sandy boat. Accommodation tlv tter Krom Ciudad Ihey wer.Coleridge Welch of Clilton Hill Trinidad and Anally, Hi. home. De Rouge said that he was told one months imprisonment I J ni tc no lho rumour His Worship Mr. E. A McLeod wcnl oround hil ,„,. -Gloria May" when he was loui.u ,,.„ Uri ,i, h Guiana leaking. He leak DM — IB, CsMri. Oa Pare 7 %  Hlsi fault • >-'a^a s.iil|l_ t/ltl IUj,i. ITHUI >'l VU"Vi %  ••• %  ^.... nVTsfa %  w, M *?1 dw ,lcd o St. Thomas was lined 20/to h%  Sag V .,. U E /•. ack nowpa ,d | n one month or in default ^ imprisonment by Mr. E. A McLeod ^ n| an ha wai Eound | (lll w ing overloaded his def lC d uiis, saying that the nber 24 on was on ^ developed when guilty of havii bus G-94. on Palmer nainmast came away R' 1 > MMMllNs. „ ' II.-.I..I ,i sfgfcMNf 20/For Mocking Road No Reply Herbert Bullcn of Buckingham kaweeaet I ..... that second i lo .„| |, allk Hall was Hi. J months imprisonment by !??' ''da,la„ a i., a abou l0 HI. ,'* OMit ,.,L. . __..__ ^_ A h.* n .<.ii.Mi Thi. nim a oag wun n iiiiii i tum io in: |wiu in %  %  -— — -enl by that thlie said that aftl iiLshing into the boat i :i.i:nH"i PIGEON CHOW GOAT CHOW two of Purina s best and obtainable from H. JASON JONES & Co.,Ltd-Low,oisi V. a %  %  %  % % % % % % % %  DON'T forget tu take | Package of Fancy Biscuits and some Chocolate Bars for your Lunch when you go to HUM I Fancy Bisculia in I'arkaie. I'etit 11, 'in,.. U Li nc oln Cream, Currant Puff CanUval Assorted, Nice. Mane. TH-Frult Puds. Kaacy BlsmiU in Tins Aeet: Garden Cream, Fruit Cream, Shortbread. Selected Craan Tea, Bavoj iVaal chocolate ilta, Carnival Asst: ( htKoUlea in Tin A fto_e ltl.it k M %  Milk Tra> Ar ROBaa, C.t.iburys Aaaorb %  ChoeeUte Bars Mars, Vanity i., u KitKirt, Caley Tray, ( milk. adbury -Milk, Whole Nut, I Almonds, Fruit &e Nut. Bournvillc, Frys Milk. Almond & Kaisin. Nut Milk. \i v (( I Pint Th. Sun Glasses. BIIICE WEATHEKHEAD LID. BXAD or _IOAO STKarr and handle bar a %  iamaged committed o n DccWSJ-!: a _• ' "nkn, Itroyed J i in tin •-ST n dm ,h d'bs 'Tr ur „ la> Chattel said: Before the t apuin locked lhe door araln I ..,.! 'Cap. *he going, y—•• aim coming.' that the Captailinked nim. %  %  %  %  %  .-. %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  .•. %  .:;:;:v,;::-s,'s.v.;::: Hawker Fined l_ flrst 3 0p ripo c ^^ the rtKim All bo paid la I. Impoaad an MM*. ie U the boat' 38 >*_r > s was beyo Rone b* Wa Wcx_nip m jshed into a life boat. 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PAGt Lit.ill THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE S ATI'MAV. PKBBL— Barbados Score 686 For Six Wickets WEEKES HITS FIRST DOUBLE CENTURY I uns fur li %  Bui' day's plav vt-sterday. II could not be ititeiaTad i' il %  Trim bowled to Weekes ai BTeekai i level and i.ad it n... staffer to extra cover off for this /actor, anoth, i <*hed to mid record would have gone down in off lor an ea*y .'ingle the annalt of world crick.I • %  .cover drov; t:ie first Everton Wnkn today exalted ball from Trim to the boundary himself with a class!doulJi I i •ook an eaay •i.irle ,u.shed and elegant mokes ,\\\ • !" "J> *?"?'J round the wicket to score the ^„ „ „ """J ,',^f," of his car*er. It was, u(w a sportsman and eclipsed all previous Kensinii rarnanps* b> him. Skipper t^.^ier to line leg to send up John Goddard declared his i: ,„ who off drove tor an closed at H for • and BG u < §|n|ll Foliowint are the scores — %  Alta-tOO* *rVull r l* % %  •• <•••" iko r Hollox O Chnau-W r out (i . n t>"X *l'Uil if* • "< ID 3. w i. n b I T Bob O U-> Will. ,. Ui-p Ifl I fOOd I Luciicok another Mni* to fine le* -er drove a ilbi amoun".. elded l*o %  ii-xl -tj.i Trim's I v. | .. Mr drove ...y ti the boim%  UM last Trim p ist %  %  %  i M the pavili y mid on. Waaaaa (i another . :h t ooundarj. from C is....... %  %  %  .-inings lasted tor 134 m %  ua> quickly oil the mark will; %  Weekes got a boundar> to line I last ball from Cask. KVI.RTON' WtLKfcS ruU one from Norman High! 17. Kbt a I %  • • '. including an.! % %  • it Weeke* tJjo I < i 381 minute, i-r beKiiuck of 33 i. : 62 for 1 ound and clastic taking miaaing portunlties of. the loose B.C. opened •>'. and took score 62 Week This is a good sign as fading light ..I. rcen and. no one i tr>ing u> for lo-aa linuea. %  and LA.*.. U-ibac** .iU5 lor wild 1 i and who took a single to gull> of second en; Lueaa turnAlter l.uiich :i, nice.-, to the BfM Wei k %  Norman Wight i | Itaman pulling U one |cg_ bound..: acre. lifrgle |0 tJtfJ %  . %  %  for I %  %  % %  gle to mid on and Lu %  Weekes BQUH beau: i: got %  on the %  %  i % %  LVaafca %  %  ill for 1 William* help%  f to a single of. ,nc %  %  A single %  %  I %  %  %  Ic run. Hntuh Guiana struik anothui ;tbi with %  %  tded a %  • Wight ind Weekefor %  %  %  W I a'(-ed for to send ui. v. %  ball and bo* took .. out the rtrnaJi At Uiu su., field and Thomas ubtitutc>d are leg boundaiyi -" I wm,im '" "mplay one on illation in givFoate, Ha had scored" 21 l and had t UM %  n KI i (a %  upenori his account with a beau' d a sing!< crashed the las* dclivci .S50 went %  %  pit* This m Li 412 minutw. IM Holloa kd as usual commanded respact. The go up but Atkinson Mil when • 'fed a fourtn Hi I id made 1" i. Skipper Goddard who partnered Weeka* should have been stumped before opening his account but Glbbc was deprived of h!5 second wicket when wicketkeeper McWatt failed to hold the ball. Goddard was beaten again in Glbos' next over buhe was well in his crease. While Goddard at this stage o.' the game was not at all comfortable. Weekes on the other hand i.g freely as.ever, cutting, driving and hoot delightful regularity. Wight was given his rccond spell for the day from the I. the score at MO and Goddard hit the third deliverj to the long-on boundary, mtinued to bowl from the Pavilion End The 500 went up when '. %  Lttd one o* fries past the bowli-r bringing him even with Roy Mar' 4*1 of 191 and in 12 mmM than Marshall's time of 231 minutes The 600 had gone In 454 minutes A powerful 'Other delivery from Gibba made Week. ^ the highest scorer for his team nmgs. • .askin who had taken Norman Wi, n through mid-off for 4 -uid then ofl his back foot to the long-on boundary to bring his total to 200 in 250 minutes He struck 22 fours The batsmen were now entirely on lop of the bowling and but for loj which was almost alUM highest standard thu .-orinn thou, would have been even more so. ame on from the Pai with the score at MO and bowled to Weekes who made %  w, bppi.sh stioke ihrougli slip: but Gaskin faile-i to get his band to it and the ball went to the %  Nine Kun. Another full blooded drive by Weekes u. the teg-bui.: the next delivery and a single ort the last gave the batsman 9 runs r ..nil In.! came on for the first time fro.n i End and was driven %  long the iarpel K dary to bring the total 486 minutes. Goddard also helped himself to 2 fours in l!uough the mveis I n Itollox's next ovei it Up In 76 n. hit six fouis and went mmatll Chrlstiani's .: over for Id llox who was keeping a r.th all ilong bowled %  : the last bUl I'.: : lad to hold tM and uiran a single. It was the or. %  chancebe bad given. Goddaru .A as M and the total M6 for six wickets. Th< %  ball high but Pairaudeau tiiou?thad now arrived and the were declared closed. Weekes' 2M which Lnciu fours had taken 295 n.,. %  while Goddard's sco: minutes during wbk fours. %  ful boat runs. He bowled wicket for TT and 8, had Glbbs l.b.w v. a single run on the board. Leslie Wight idled the I and survived the remainder over—a maiden wicket Kiilll C i < rlKIMI \M ktklnaon bowled from the end and sent down a Pairaudeau Two runs ihe result of a no ball and a bye. ih tbrea to square leg ofT Kings lacwwl ni.,.: > Wight played out Pairaudeau on drove Atkinson to the boundary and then cover iiove lor sand up 10 on .in i In King's next i then got i %  lard at silly mid on for a slrfgle off Atkinson's second ue'• ght again p next ovei to Pairauo>au was a maiden .e score at 14. Norman -eplaeed Atkinson at the *4 rcen end and sent down a 'V Pairaudeau off LM boundary, then Ei ir l b w %  Wist.' rvMi brwlB 1 i b TooU lor 3 wkta i Tall of Wick** 1 tar 0 1 for ROWI-TNT. ANALYSTS O -* rt KM 1 n A1kinon • ': \l^c'-i'. 9 1 %  n wniiMiu s • il.ll.t Radio I'roijramnie SATURDAY. FWUMV 11. !• Tarn Tha !•**•; M A, .lyn. T It .m Aa nrf l n jaaan. 1 IsuarWr %  ..*> r. u m — jonn Bull. d. aa a^m Hc. 11 10 am H~. Ami"" .m a>i wmja iia 57;. 1 11 B n. K-aa. 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T" l Plans C a |,UoiIH THE BABB.VDOS ,\DVOCATE J*t**'. .01 113.000 L—o, .nd PUnt,. %  ILL, .1 be preMroximAli %  5 made by I at ibis to" r use in thr I fj neannK ihortl) be action and %  U£md or the MSrt "nl on %  *3ilrt where .. r Hmo sever.Efeee Town 0 poinicd out inai ^— co ;Qe sea wail Jiorevir^ the design E3VaT* quickly and rZjuications can be ^ 1st incorporation in *Z new housing prepared by the rifcajned 'or preTM ii for construe-Tnumber Of simple t *rk-shop made. 1 tw manufactured quantities. By i b* making lull ; machinery. Chf'ibk to mass-proLa it about $3,000 |w)nnd the cost of would be m the j of public inspec' I will be occui of Ol j" out if any mi| %  be made. At the i Ac Hit th permag Its-cost house will liuern. three bed_L toilet, kitchenfj, all on one floor jm and store on Esida revered space KM fee: "saw Coflello added Mnntage of prill the parts ol the rj for larger type [|p people requu |al >-ir..>l! flltS. ressful". %  I flrst in the Held prefabricated Imed for tropi[aod the Colony will _create |e> supplying local %  port market as PACE THREE "You wer mg Mrs Smith that you didn't so* why ih butchors shouldn't pay Stradwy'i incioased surcharge of 7d. in the £ London Exprc— Mr..* 5AiftA Of Kuwait Dies Workers Governor Ut Jobs lean %  56^ Aim limgliti T.ONDON. ih. o statir of i iieiii uf the world baa •t:ed Th.t head of the Persian Gulf, quite In an obituary, the T morning "H H. Sheikh Sir Ahmad al Jabir-al-Subaii. K C S.I., K.C 1 K. who.se death was recently reported, ruled Kuwait foi 30 H velopmcnl from the Condition of a traditional of .i highly daralopad i %  oil. An oil conOBMton was granted 15 jraan ago. hut not nfuch. 4 it Production began in 1Mb'. al the rate of 13m. to. end employs 18,000 of a popul"%  ay. i50.ooo. rig internal chi ratultedi and the guiding figure throughout this pi %  i n Shaikh Ahmad" as he was known to the. poorest coolie. He was astute among a race Of the astute. Hi was of the highest He was wise. kind and faithful to L A letter written (Km Kuwait No one could i. enathtng very dnc about him 'iid he has it In abundance, %  ane %  Maj> ---. %  10X:_ im ix whet Jagai, that 1 found %  a—" to have pfcer,.. RUti. • %  ePME HOPK l">\'"-.mem from I | ,." %  ~"i i;. %  aar to drive %  Girl Friend Inherited OBQRQffTOV Mr Thomas L W... %  town who dic %  W< ; Berbice n ield conith the various local '.her officials and made urangements for soup kitchens in the area. 'he ComI'.tended .. public ineet%  the sympathy of the 11 whom he assured them, was taking a personal interest in the Hon. Rev. A T, Peters, reprettva Counicsent at the meeting and in a short speech i ancour%  veral villagan outUnad their and made BUggeat In addition to emphasising the need for more boats, they said rice factories were unaK il and asked that the %  %  U :n exchange for rice. Mexican Sugur For Japan VERA CRUZ (By Mail). A local sugar exporter. Sr. Remigion Delurln. has announced that Mexico will export about 25,000 metric tons of sugar to Japan< HHid that shipments tO . account for about half portable surplus for the 1U49—50 crop. The balance will be sent to Europe.—(B.UP ) 3 Comitrit-s Discuss] Russia's Aloniif Explosion HAHWl %  nigh on the a Wlttah, Caiiauian aim American behind bartMd Atomic Research Station ..t liarwell toSo imp.. ,,„,, lla discussions that blotting paj tists will be burned dai War Department poll guarding the Conference building Mil decide haa many if any—atom a be released for general publication They m not exported to discuss the case of l)i Klaus %  officers, who appear on remand in Court ton under the The talks which are due to last for four %  th policy on the daclaailhV energy dOBUB %  Uniform declassiiication guides to determine what information may be published and dilation an In use by the three countries. Any recommendations winch the experts make will b %  %  lovcrnmenti before any final re\ Russia's development < for reaearch workers m the tJnltad Kingdom Also the research lha oppoil .. conttnooui pension ai nds all his career in the colonies or only part of it. Mr B the Colonial Office in collaboration with scientists at home am. nd after consultation with the colonial governments to Ink together the research workers who are it present scattered throughout the Colonial Empirv will normally carry out their work in the Colonial Empin but may from time to time he required to serve in the Unileo Kingdom or elsewhere. The Under also pointed out tlu.i i bo a certain amount Ol intcrchangcability m the scheme between the colonies, to prevent en officer being "buried' in one colony for life. He said that some 380 projects a i IriJBWi and the mm mi h regional organisations rather than small research Institutes in every colony. He suggested that the scheme would fulfil the needs of "lifers" (people who Intend to do their %  k ;n mules,) the researcli worker afho might want to Widen his expen,;oing abroad for %  few J Ml |, In conclusion Mr Itecs-Wil. | thai although io laitI the lield Of colonial research had improved in the great need, particular. %  ..'... perta. Don't Take Water To Antigua ar ou' iiwi t 'nmBM, w %  i port is ^cvonmig ao iHsportant junction •jry to promote • which will mtransrt passengers to be so favourably impressed that thev will not hesitate to \ Kit the island again. Exaggerated accounts of the )94g drought made people feel that ;nis was a place to get as quickly as possible. More than excess baggage on a bo:; then discovered there I lenly of drinking wet %  llted an advanced here for any length of I Fortunately, no water shortage is likely during 1950 due to the continuous heavy showers still prevailing all over the island and etUaattve hoathi near the sea and In Hence "the get in gel mil at-.itude should no longer | | It | diillcult to break dOVB the %  I toother laiandi :>T-it tall Joke' of the I Antigua's airport becauei %  %  ... Although tl %  %  ad him. he I %  %  I %  %  t will coma." Lieund tor %  '.e nan oil Uv %  I Ilka to rtaj InatanUy, the Irkhthat In the neighboun: %  ed ti iveUai is an Inert Wntfteh %  us should IHof nature that strati; < Througta na Eaull ol %  i nly labouimg Ul AVI ATIC 4'LIIB CINEMA .M.mfe.r, Onlyl "TONIGHT (Slur.!.i>,. MONDAY 1. WEDNESDAY N1C.HT •I 8.90 PARAMOUNT prrwnls "Hi H ILKF.lt K CoUr b> Trchnkolar | HOB HOPE — JANE RUSSELL COMING TO-MOMOW Hl'MPHREY DMW *fBrty& doe' B KNOX %  ,,. MARLY •. UYAiUaa I .EMPIRE! COMING TO-MORROW Ajl it wwM do Jntr w& it PAULETTE liODUAHlJ 'JiSota UaidwbuHwtl -jr 1-SSWER1CK CRAWURU -£.\ COME fARlv !,) Sl( "ll.Hill ST(I\E" Story ol D.monc\ Votes $250,000,000 To Aid W. lieilin BONN, Oan y, Pah. 10, Wet parliament ..gainst vigorous: l>ii $250.0OO.e .ng Eui"nun Federal Funds f' I construction of west Berlin powe; %  inch had bgl %  %  t J wast0 I ployed in the Pedeial Republic. —Reuler Rco|ncd over a cniur, ago b Hr r.rnwoi Ma|wty, Q ut n Vinoru. u the Iwdtngmaksn of Quality Biscuiu. Carr'i of CarlUk to-day mil carry forward the urn* proud tradition. From ivary tornar of (ha world comti an mintent damand for ijt Bitcum which ara known and 'anHTnOtrtd lor -thsirh.ghquahty.^,^ Wt EA/Gl/SH B/SCO/T MAK£fiS • Qcifo British bor gets the goods theie every time Iks bUoi Waan Ihty fail, ih* ayalam hecomaa dagf d wirii poium and • i*l IMUI and iMMtaUa. Thaa ia (ha (MM la laka IMd'i Kidnat PilU. W,ih. n I haw Uadda lUrt to U* lha k.dw.. dtui aj lhaM haraalul *ISM. Saan HSf %  J-llt > %  rasUtaS* by .bariM^Ud MMp Md paeBal ha aurt l C iha r— 'Wd iuaasj PWa I • lar| halda al ad druf alaraa. m jj* From Paris Wc have just received the Finest Assort,i l HEAD TIESSQUARES Printed & Woven Lovely Designs in Crepe de chene. Ninon ,.elte & Pure Silk $2.64. $2.88, $3.00 MODERN DRESS SHOm 50/, OF SERIOUS EYE TROUBLE IS CAUSED BY NEGLECT! thats why MORE and MORE operators are changing over to 'MORNS-COMMERCIAL I ^ Jssn^uJ Lo d •*** **>• P"" ht% hc * 'otaottao your Momi n %  -ommef ual tru^i-. mil still give daily proof of the sound Bomb engjneenag thai h*pu ihemon iht w* I rpn for every carrring fob —muoupajoruanmercial. Luogur sbuct ibaatii *uh Bodicail denrsd I Olll KOI AL t.\K MiK LTD. Phone 2385 Ditributor Phone 4504 A famous rye doctor has staled that neglect it the main cause *4 jo'; of terioui eye trouble. Neglect leads to unpleasant eye eraubles headaches, irritation, needness. In many cases this is ana entirely to eyestrain. If jou are suffering from headache* and tiredness, give aome attention to your eyes. They arc probably the cause of the trouble. Consult your doctor or opucian — and katbc your eyes with Optre*. Optics washes away germs and duet, brightens up tired and strained eyes, and gives tbcsn hack the %  parUc of I dr. Opttea eye lotion is a suenclaV preparation based on plant extracts. It it, at the same time. sntisepuc, inu-congestive, and tonic Though extremely acsjvr ii it perfectly safe, and can be usco Tor Ac eyes of new-born babfci. It protects your eyesight and pretcire* the beauty, youth and iparklc of your eyes, IF*, htr > %  . mtargtatmar nty* thptd Ih&iyom a>ss sjapaasWiejWor/y by a QuaitfUd Pr^iitiomr. E Yt 1 OTI ON PROTECTS YOUR SIGHT



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PACK l "i i: THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY. I | | ft, ARy mKBAOOS^i ADVOCATE ftnr.^4 •rublkliM b7 TAdn C LM, . "• %  >• SI, SHdaMm Saturday. Fcbruarv II. U.W ( %  mrriiti I llrfralv ACCORDING to constitutional practice, in any part of the British Empire where it exists the Government Party in any elected assembly resigns from office whenever it is defeated on major tames. It then happens that the Opposition is called upon to form a government or the matter goes to the country by means of an election. That is not the case in Barbados. Within ratal I Government conducted by the Barbados Labour Party has been defeated on two major issues and in a thiid instance on a part, party has not resigned from power neither has the Governor, whoso right u is to do so. called on them to : • From the time of the introduction of the Bushe Experiment in 1946 it was understood that in accordance with established practice, the Officer ad n ernment would call on the member most likely to command House ] and that member would nominate the other three members of from the House. Tlir.se would be responsible for the conduct of go> and in the again in accordant lished pracfrom office. Acting democraticallj which shoul any party '" power. The I k a P arl >' on more thai tion tl confn: in the .. have c tokei dollai ers and prs poln Establish!:. %  In', tion of th. the n of two 1 the H %  emptpatiinot like Dl HAH Indian SUggl and so it could M tion nment. Onu practa shoui-• to carry oi ""'" thai :1 ** natr.. act b offic : %  butthe ind, Aed Only 106 Women Are Candidates | B* Mm Mmrwmj LOW '-li')I Women voters outnumber men in Britain.; but it"s the other way round as far as | THERE are two great att/acgoto, submarine, to complet. hi. lU i et s M . and o can • keep ". mentary representation is concerned. . in ih. •uhm.rine nlrr. tralnins. no '" '"?*' RESPONSIBILITY -ll< s|o.isil.ili.> At A Uazxlinitl? Early Ait*' •• Hull's TIW Lore Of Submarines U* I mlotir Kennrtl* tlon.'talhr.ubm^inV ^rv'icc" u Others, who are trans0n|y 24 o{ he m members elected to the The flrst la the independence Among the volunteer, there are ferred to ^ lu es J'Pf, r „ h last House of Commons were women and which life in a imall ccasionally one or two who (eel .hips of the Fleet, nnfl me wre ^ ^ w ^ many more m the gives the feeling of being a mem they will not be able to stand the harder "" <" !ubro '"" C "" TH V %  ". S,r "?ard one ^That's otcause there are onr y 108 women They arc give" every encourage"•£ "^ oughral Bu bmariner amon g the 1.600-odd candidates for the Fob i nieni to a.k to be tranrfemd be„„„„„. I0 ,hc psychological 23 general election. Last time, the 24 success And the second r. the, find ihcmselve. in a mU ^ Qf dMnt and urf cini r*, B women „.., L~MIII~ GroHsca Pilsner Beer—per Bot. Grolisch Pilsner Beer—per Case Trinidad Grape Fruit Juice Cream of Wheat—Large L'suiUj 21 (!) a a i Htl(t\Ml(| STORES un a a %  %  "" wi %  %  all of whom know in I unity sponsibility. Il no other branch o. the Navy which offers so much responsibi! • mbers rit so young an age. lieutenant of a submarine, on whom the safely of vessel rests when diving and surfacing, may not be more than 21 >r 22; the man ;tt the wheel may >till be in his 'teens. ful women were drawn from a total of 871 the second is iruupporfore they find mfmieiva in %  77 then sent back to aeneral service }""* u !"!" TheIe ls pr0 bably can expect to win seats in the next Commons. | without any ducredii to them no job (n |he world w h, r h calls *rh e line-up of prospective women candi-' •n. 11k. ih. Snartaiu-it is ttt thsair crews do nut a*.*. %  jueiliiy was H;MII\.*.\* *^ a^. •.light this time will be a straight. Thoae in submarines say mat EmDire "_bui uieir crew, do not „,„ ct .„. A highlight this time win De a suai B "i no more dar. nlx with the rest of the Fleet as You ha ^ to understand the, (j„ nt between women in several C ,c 1 the men ol the battleships, ciuis | nn c llncM of the ocean before you „_„,„,. Qne of the leading personalities in""'. U "*.".?"'.. ers. and denroyer. do. can abo understand not the fe.r • %  Tw,,..ismuir. ConservaUve. iniicuncM of the ocean before youi encies Qne Q{ ne l ea ding personalities in-; en. and dertroy^r. do. can alK) understand not the fears ... Twecdsmuir, Cons:ervatlvc. -.heir boats. hjh 0 mar.ne mc: L ^ !" ^ V," nl, v Cnichlcv ip except on prolonged exerciM. like „, klnd „, lrou bled delight who will oppose Mis. Olne Lruc and tne mi !" lhe recent Arctic expedition, but Aberdeen South. which occur with :i a depoi-ship which generally Except for the " m ^ *"„ Mrs. Cruchley, a London barrister, is a y .ll^TthTnsk,^ ancho a """ w y m fcT'rne* 2Tta" i3S Socialist. Lady Tweedamuir at I •• ZSSVttZ K thn^a C i e1fl a c.en y cy andVmarkered one of tnc most photogenie women ta ,-ouivak-nt onl) On return from exereUe. the ble physical courage, this attriBritish politics. Her husband IS a 39-year-old picet All boats tie up on either side of the bute belongs to no other nation [{ Tmer Canadian army infantry officer who ocpite the risks aU oflicer. and ^^"like ."S^sJ-S 2stt % " Tl SST" men who go into submarines are %  "££Jm. 0 v her chicken.. Couraije volunteers And there are always ubma „ n ers like this tl I i.d destroyer, do both b\ and the accidents h( fecent Arctic which occur with regret I'.rinl. Prole. dk I'r.s. r\,w j| BERGER PAINTS LASTIKON PF.RMAMNT GREEX fm, LASTIKON WHITE UOISE FAIVT LASTIKON RED OXIDE HOOF Pan, HI KOI Hi: MARINE H IIITE ESABB OPAQI.-E WHITE INDERCOAT I obliterate lyTt PROMEIM SILVER ALI'MINn PROMEI M METAL PRIMER l0 ~ ym i obllteraw. BUdi_ I "" "'"I. eniMER

„ was unable to dive. A British aircraft on patrol, not is "The Old Subpatr ol across the Nor'.!. I even now they refer hid bem ba llv damaged by a their calling as minc „ff In c German coa.1 and If the election were conducted purely as a popularity poll, one woman would be almost sure of a seat. She is Lady Memo Lloyd George, known as the "mother" of the mother unents *"' n „,,...-.. — r— %  very officer expec tm to meet her, took her and man must return to general 0 ^ ., L boa i an d two ye%n>. After that bo „ .r > o;"rem-.n "m general Despite frenned signals from lesert the sabmari continued W The Trace c aptin of the submar.i ':,. radl MS tag At tne ae "' .,, r hpr „r"Extiectcd time ol arrival 1400 IF LT-S ^f^-h SSg a.,ta„ ..ops bombln. ,„ a larger .hip or a 10b ..^ ^ ma „ y & m~ nnd men are None Snow. It better than the „„,, i Blockhouse or In one of th. The Paintings Of John II a r %  • i son ri iiaaien.". Al 47. Ladv Megan has served 20 years as Liberal member for Anglesey, winning unchallenged claim to seniority among "the : the House." Lady Violet Bonham Carter, another outstanding Liberal although not a member ol the Hi ijunced that she will not candidate. Outstanding among Socialist worm didates is Dr. Edith Summeiskill. fan her daunting eye and mastery liamentarv seetetary to the Food ;,. Dr. Summeiskill emerged from celling "question time" in the Commons with a reputation for tart, factual ru•houghher fondm. md-ttks the parliamentary chamber times resulted in adverse publicity. Dr. Sumrherskill is defending her old seat, Fulham One of the youngest women in the minster stakes will be Margaret Robert year-old grocer's daughter who has been | BUY THESE TO: HLE MARGARINE—per ?. KEI.LOGGS CORN Fl.AKl IT %  D.\\ I -ll^U .ili-lllMAItlllL — i/lrl II) KELLOGGS CORN FLAKES -per pkg J RICE KRISPIES-per pkg ALL BRAN~per pkg. ... %  HEINZ KIDNEY. OXTAIL. MVLLIGATAWNY SOUP—per tin "" UTH AFRICAN FIG JAM—2-lb! tin APRICOT JAM-2-lb. tta" PEACH JAM—2-lb. tin ^*wii u.i.vi—i-ic tin COOSEBERRY JAM—2-lh. ii B GL'AVA JAM—2-lb. tin ... STANSFELD. II. V. II. Alaes. relevant to his first impression he I a coup dWii tansss which gives 3M initial ghock of i Id grocers aaugnter wno nas ami .; — %  candidate in Dartford. W/.VAWAWAW1 Kent. Lady Elizabeth Pakenham. wife of the r SCOTT a CO.. LTD. % %  %  ,:V,WM*& to '.'.:;'.::::v.i civil aviation minister, is prospective Labour candidate for Oxford City. She has lour sons and four daughters. Women first .n 1918. F:i ember wrss VI Pull equality ol w r of ihe was obtained m "*-o Csn, ness. : i sW-It. b4^^*-t i i\nf ii*H1g*n nlC Anti-Fly Town KADUl John II work i. oi, si over the I ,. ., „hat he ha. dOKnbed .ielicious ibal I ZT. ,.'.;, lay metin. %  n umi.li. i One mile east ol the thriving ns ., W log hard 10 Jl but munitv js th, suuuU(1 "'^IttH !" town of Old Anchau. Until rei WOO inhabit. I from a-worm infection caused by impure • third ol them had My. .. i. ESC r<\ Yd fr. ,. r hut too Ufl • ntingoltho who had .1 1 very good, but U bad hiis quit %  far less do I • %  %  at his worni M a hore ol unccrlair curb, and b trolltxi by good taste and it feeling \\ hals on Toilav Ind-noloiiial C'rirkrl. Kcnsinitan al 11.30 A.m. 1 m 1 11. kt 1 i< uti> 'turn Iht DtVtMsUn "ill MB| at Qurrn'd I'ark t 2.M r 111. lw.i J.ioihjll I.Jini. Iron 111." %  Ir-iultt.h.rr-Uill |il 1,il \ Ml'l 4t 4.311 pin 1 itik.l.is. Uutru at 9.M p.m. iiinuiiinta ~^ M^ ^p — — —campaign against the Isetse-rly. a blooi which infects both humans and The new tOWl sdminl It has wide, maho: %  mentary school, modern medical dis;. 1 spacious market. The town of Old Anchau was formerly centre of local government for the A Now a corridor in tr made safe from the tleep thing down the trees and bushe lUilt 111 the 700-square-mil. ^mallei Ih senToe itlisssi me was madi tain's Coloin.i ment and \\ Act. NOTICE At Our Dry Goods Department wiE closed for the Intercolonial CM Tournament at 11.30 am. on lowing days:— Mill %  BABOHj BAi ialhd A I aK|*o V %  Brtori' iinr*' %  Thursday 9th February Tuesday 14th February Thursday 16th February Tuesday 21st February And on Monday 13th and M* %  20th February at 11.30 am. ilpc* DA COSTA & CO.. LIB n>iooon ut> oo>o' 400 I UUnd of Osyfl*. VJ, MSStd 111 %  K wOnW i-nm. SBJSJ sr apoim un aoai they urc doinn .^ the day when traffVc la ap w mim SmortOgt k, but if th ;.nd there are Dot i LU be duastrou! rtaai %  % %  iditome school* h< I i •a. f*—** %  *•**' . tvcomsT arceBti. haw at ih urn %  %  > %  %  BornkwormH I'" \C IHfjvn ii, | Hi,i MalrwH liny It has g>>>.--^ .— ".—— : It u ihe i/' I 'buses. %  la —II passengers on the bu %  -pectable , %  -. tl p>M>><* wkia MsaBMl 'tave their laaiaaakt dutm —i wm^t y* ha ui < Lmto %  s>gpp pg It is (turtag this tr p \ Bffegl huses tn com| ..*ge .' fsatio i because the bers of i HAM for Sandwiches J & R Sandwich Brt* Cakes-A wide variety Carr's Sweet Biscuits Boxes of Chocolates CROWN DRINKS. ORDER EARLY FIO* GODDAB? SK| %  %  -,' s A' Cm n w: il'.-. ::>;, i klr •u Is Ms .Si %  I Qei tt. •li 5* , he all tr 1 %  vSM %  St th th %  t •ft •so e, Na M G •\ 4



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Try.. i for the 9&&S&" M %  M* %  "'I rater'* <***"> %  5*sr.jsrv ... iggru*.. >. n il* •*"" n "^ l %  HOUSES FiWn p^^JAWIlfv QUA. .„ no****. • a so •^Si*""" Unfunded Grmi.vnitApartment, nnf town and C :"ucSi. -Sufair" * • li a soan i '" %  %  — %  M '" %  '"a """. 1 dining; room and u i SB Apply to S "ft SSi^f Reed' I 103 W2n I -I??* ** .*** furnished with Rrftlfraior^and tUwn „ indramer. Worthliuj 13 1 -tf n DM DM %  !" J* !" M, y b *** rh February. March nn* Nowmbtr; December. | m %  %  "" lh ''"< %  "• 7. g |_, ,^ ?*J** *T'. Si. Phil.p NHL Mb %  TJI w^. "* ,W Servant Ttootnt %  •ming beach. From March 1*1. |if ..r month. Phone 4478. • l.M-t.f n JCRWHANA" FW.Ub.lle. L.ad Ft* Apply T Ibril Hll Hi (iirrinhm ni tWO bedroom*. Reception ft din kitchenette etc.. t EVerton. | •.. ". %  Mi **JSi b* the ** % %  %  %  ""' „Z,*S? *" %  • A If"! N MEMORIAM ", ,.( IIPIOVO. CM ^Tj. „i Mre** 1 b ad FTnitv |Cfi*t ^ tn cur memory ZL *a-T M-^I FBmiiy I a Urkt m*"W' ' IV r ^**' r Iv *" „*MAHTIIA WAJ KBR who rZii i" V.!r-...rv IMS. ItSti* oe to* n %  '!' %  Mianii" %  %  %  "" %  t %  ,l,r '" m %  l^.irl h*rt .wi.l '"<*' IC—IWI"'!' '• <*"•> "'"^ Bt-qlW you Iwi" •2>< f. fea n a SOIn .I'E IIOUS1 L:uitablr tor l)iv V ,'-"""* Contart immedlThani B D -l MM IPSTAIHS PMOCOMI kKl MaM No Swim Street. w .rnK-tou, „,. MIT, Mutable (or f.(Tlci. liahl firt',,MJd inaiw uiea. Apply: TlianL Bro. PTKM %  Ml 4 J I Pinur Mums JCL TMIS IS THE ROAD" I ,— ( ro Bern T I TAX CUTS "d WEtFARF STATf "A **ult Trick ? "£25 '""'y "wrned by obuiiiinj; nrder* (or ntlvate Chrlatmaa C vour frWnd. No previous esperlem* n.c-ewaiy. Wrttt today for beaulltul free S.mple BooK to Britain'* (urged and totcmoM PimiUhtTi: hlibe*t commiBaion. %  niiloin money rrtAklrui opportunity line*. WIIIMm* & Co.. Dept. 10 Victoria Work.. Prenton. EniUnd.'* Flt MtA inOMOT'VF ^EM 10 Porter. jlXa. S'_. ...r.l n--H P Apply. 11.2.SO—In tan Minx 1040 model Appl>'' E D. Dnv!*. %  Uon Ch. Ch. PATlvc -:..\'. r i KadUtor Cooled MKVA 1 phaae allernalo ^EoMMe* Heifer CU two t*k> %  MM O ut woy Cow fcivinK 2t pi* C W Mn Finn ) %  .,:, Wr Hr* 8. I Ward, BnnJi Hal iMvOaai 'i .. 10 2 SO In H^AA Wim bw of ewe iheep: On< MjfPMke. A;; %  > ii.aso-it %  NMCAt %  0R1* ''ARHini CYCLES Ale TT.J*1£M St. Dtal MM. %  *1*GK TW.LLEY JACKS' El Jjft <• 10 ion*—Couru-v Garmg* NOTICE U ESTATE OP ALMA SMITTEN < Deceased %  NOTICE 1* hereby jiivcn that >1| per%  on haviix any debt or i-lAima atainat the Eitnte of ALMA SatTTTEM deccaaed, me Jackmana Village, .:, ihK Qtiallfled executor of Ih B*UU> of ALMA SMITTEN, deceased. T I so-ao NOllCE '• IIMI 1UIIS drawn M ill .nisi. tiut UMO* ho-tld be ymmed (luring Ha niuiilh uf Pebnua-y. In i .th tluDug Lieeaiae A a. %  KEUANtOUS CAW-ArTS Tw.> )i %  -... %  *DI oe (tmilar T\ (H' 4f %( ITU! six II tons eoc' wm order. Equipped wiih I:<-I,:U%  <;..---. %  10 2 SO 3r KM CoT "aft r ird Truck %  MAS \ TAYLORS (JAM "i" %  .•* SHOES (>,., B *-" n M a..... ^ "•• -re VccH li. :• M IB ^LMnag rtbrtaar, oniv KtJW bred Whl'" %  %  i^toratt. Phone a •B** CK13BWS Ma?"" Quantit* Vary -uluble ^B**** Harold Proverbs ^P AKD CAR RATTER 11 K. **> Tyra Co T, T 2 SOt f I I OItT & DRJMUJ SHIRTNOTICE The road leading from W i> Spa PuaMMJon Is danfr<> Ulai Tralllc Any one la*M If SJO at tneir own rl*. By %  Commissioner. St. Joseph rm Moslems And R.CTa Will Fight A:aiii>l VlliHsm LONDON. Feb. 10. The Egvptian Minister at the \ %  Itean Muhammed Oman Bey, OS in Cairo agreements lb* VatMMD and tbd MuMrm world for joint defence ol ihoir radudoia %gMh munist materialism, the "Tum'.-;" Rome DOrn bj to-day. The Minister is due to return :o Hume next week and is expected to bring aritta Um suggestions for the formation of a common front in which Moslems and Holies would i ird their respiI liefs agai s 0 ; the —Itrutrr. Fuchs Has Nothing To Say • lr m ,,a er :> the Nari Organisation. In tf work I decided to inform Hu |. v 0 incer and estal member of the Commutu 1K )int blank lement said, that time," K lemeni continu lv ? nuestionm.. continuous contact Wttl % %  !" %  completely unknown U) k ,l J Kood deal ol %  was communic:ii. r his work En %  uthoiiUea, from then on then was a continuoul formatioi. enerny at (requenl Intf "This was on nil owi: h having been made to Um, lU i.tormation he gave to the product of Ins oXn i went on thu thins, He realised he was cai in his bands, bin %  Germany %  Of 1H46 in ti. at Lot %  <.\idon. *I tons OiguuLMiUL Britain in 1944 %  %  Establishment at Harwell. The Aral mender Lawnard I %  %  beck >'f ulu.-li %  that i •rill be tad %  cording to law." —Ureter IRBIVALS lli II I u >-n. Mr. i ram IHIMIHH Baavice Morre 1 I. \l*i Rscrwwdo Hhll. He Robatts. Floy Plxle^. l. H uolphtn. KeMnald Painter-Baenaa. Mr Ivabrw Jams IUT < Mrs O-mian Cwlebrook. Ml— vifred lfadle>. Ames Nelson. Vin llelene Ihibnvq. Me Vert-wi HI i vni. rtf n n i \ i • ni\n laery. MJWari> i<.Mr Eri, 'trd lb• pq .Vrn— u. M.i-t." '' i\ tot t II WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION ftd Wlreleaa iW 1 %  at IMhm-insi shlpa through their HutAfevosnaun. Iati.it. Hid. % • N. Swencaalas. t ... IVtuiant, Eaaa IMrfleet. lslr, 'IVi.ne* t*.>mdm. Souirii AllanUc. Gladys. eaibeaiin. .*aaturo Dalfonn. mailer. Vamannla. Teakwnod SWHlalyfccs. .... GOVERNMENT NOTICES Vacant Post of Assistant Mistress. Girls' High School, St. Vincent. Br\in Discusses German Situation LONDON, Feb. 10. The British Foreign Minister. Ernest Bavin, ti the German situation with Centra] Sir Brian Robattaon, British High Coituni-siuiiei' Roberts* >! Q London that Ihey review the position In Berlin, the ba nn i n g ol morta lYorn way to Eastern Gentiiiny. and -.lie recent slow Jtown .,: tranV Into Berlin. Bevin also saw to-day the Vane.'Uel.in An i..issad'ir, Maiuii'l Ai 1 cha, who has bean recalled t<> Venaxuala, at h^ own p Later, the Turkish Ambassador. Cavat Aukalm was calling or. Bavin 'in his return bn in Turkey. —Renter. Spy Ring Thieves Kob Govl. Oriirial KD.MK. Feb. 10. aUevi i to be in the pay of an Interna. i Government Oftlcial 11.111.. The ullieial, Waitl transport Mm.'' on the Turin Rome Express. A brief case coniainin; I rimxiniuin i from hi.: comparunant OrMnstor-aenaaagn %  worUng on la>lieved the thieves led tlu; train ,it .HI iniei mediate slop —Rruter. LVited for the post Of U Assi oaieutor said he MMI SetaoL 81 VH* : the poat, which is pensionable, is us fOuOW Graduate Scale .. $1,032, rising by annual increments tO $1,440 per H Scale .. $480, rising by annual In of $48 to $720 (or $960—dependent detak iiuniiti OB, .i Cost-of-Livinn lloiius on 1109.M per annum on %  inlaiv ol MM hie. %  ., u d Oaay ;:'< i nt will be probationary In the Qj ry be confirmed In the permi uible post •a any doubt that UM i. %  made to Bsnaii i just before his written statement mat i %  that on one occasion he the Soy %  tngtoa H in: i j how much o( luthor1 un%  lint'stiirution To Bo Suspended S '. I RIART, K,b. 10. j The public prosecutor announc| .. %  %  : .. II ol ii Man . N : lUOtl M Scandal I I .dieI ralvad ( eriai and frauds a without cou lie I itxiut 10,000 pa. %  '.ton ol —Keuter. 4 Heart Trouble Caused by High Blood Pressure i ltatlnn, dlsilaaaa. haadachsa a. i ip and back of t sad and sbovs v-i rtr.eaaol breath, faal rvsrvy. or sut fr from poor alaap. loaa of mam, r i UT:J snargy. lndlcsatt.ui, worry an. rear, your troubls la iirobabry caused by lllah Blood I'raaaurs. Tola is a % %  ystsrieua dtaaaaa that cauaaa nn>rs tsalha thaa cancer, bscauss thr aynptana are ao common and eeeafll .taksn for soma almpla allraaat l| rod auffar from any of thsaa aympi-w. your I'fa may be andangtred I > Heart Trcuble or a paralytic atroka and you should star! treatment al -neaThe vory flrat nose of Naact ifiirmerlv known aa HynotV a ne i-dlcalillsi-ovsry.reduem IHghBloiV. I'rssaura and mal K infer In a few data Gel Masrcc m your chemist today. It ! r-iarsiitaed to make jvu (>•! w; IJ.id strong oi^nonsy back •mpi* r' "see. >au,rm at SHIPPING NOTICES liKh School is under ihe control ,.t I %  %  itaaat to Bt Vlncanl to take up appointn n with details rrualiBoejttou and copies of not more tl i i hould IxGovarm enl Sacratary, QovarnaHal Ottea, Bt. \ :'8th February. 1950. DJ1 \NT sri'rirtlNTt.MlrNr OP IM BI.K UtRKS AND WATER F.NGINKKR. (.RKNADA in expari that what he veal wai o( ihe hlghcal value lo a lid that Dr. Alan Nunn May, the London Scientist. Who .'-' 1946 to tan %  nment for ditcloaing atomic %  tit Fucha accepted the £100 as symbolic paj i i was unawan ii tton to the %  trueuon ol b %  ._ formation i of ;'" Un4a, ;'\ to undertake Land .%  $2,880 $96—$3,360 per annum wi.ir tol ivii towanot >\nu par aruni minimum of the scale may I" "1 used my M date. 1 mra lit Aiiltgua. Monl. awin I itgo and Pnsnrniretlot %  Aruba Dote of saibng MONTREAU AllflTKALlA NEW ZEALAND LINK LIMITED (M.A.Ni) LINE) %  %  sail fr,v ,n n iiiad about February : \K1" flMH "~"h. Melbourne Jsnu.ii %  arriving i TTIntdad about lh M Theaa vesaels have ample >pai< % %  %  %  vited for the jn. %  : Superii F^ Sue aoi HHioiM. Naaaa •! ably B 8. Al£OA PaUAtW .a. -AUX1A 1VLAJUM. %  -a-llag a*. i> t l \\ Milts -I U\ '.• I sail* IrrreM ll.lilss Harhaa.es %  IM 111 n ALES REAL ESTATE COVE SPRING HOUSE — A modern Uungalow. four bedrooms, two baj**. .idler, on the saa. own trivats bathing beach. 1', acres of Und V egstabli Harden. S milee from Bridgeto-n al Oardtn. SI. Jamee. Eri t„ i". St Peter Phone Sl-SO or al the premlaaa Garden. St. Jamas. 20 1 O an HLRNHAM BISHOPS COURT. St. Michael, standing on 2S.1TS square feel of land. The hou,e conlaln* drawing and un.mg room with cawerad and usual offices, two bedrooms i"i running water, one with dressing room .Irt and Bath upstairs Two %  JBBJ wilh toilet and bath. washroom and workshop and garage in the yard. Inspection on application to Mr. II. H. Bannister. Utal-34'2. The above i.l be set up to pubtK cmpetlllon al ihe office of the nd>-.day the 17th day of Februrary lftW at 2 p.m. _..„ CARRINGTON SEALV. LUCAS STRES Lfti"^* BOYS SHIRTS In BT** Haj Roysl Sto— rhnn I* aOYt PYJAMAS from *a *• "5* 3 2 VI J4o fSlJ'. *" N WOKS from rT~M. — !" S S SO-Ur 3 2 M—Un i Ml* Gap ii a n am_* 1 *dJ B LAJOJ il aaaltf '—M' ,h. 17 home spot* ;srylng from B.000 *q ft to 1S.0C0 -q Me. Ita built, and •** T „" rr >** ... each -oi fro 4w.tar main, and eleclrsc furiher iwrttcutam apply Mr ....nhlrssp. or Dtal UM II. can be -ranged. ,HM-r PRtMVtTDBi atear.1 ^"gS Realdanoaa Miuated -i M,.. Top Rock. BT atodern ?*!£?JS* ...hed or unfurniahed al "^ n *^ Piiris. For rfee/ln* apply to Ralph A^ He-rd. Hardwood M-er. ", tSe? rra JIS oaaw %  Ohrud Chu BOYCSt K3 M 1K--UI III\O.\ e% III \IH ,TATE AGENTS AUCTIONEERS I1VEYORS Phone 4M. Plantations Building. WAITED HELP MALE or *XMA1* raweptlonlst wi i the aaa %  • e s s .i 1.ADV living IsUiul.. recoinniatid ( iioh lioi -i KM II K n j MAID n, 4i ', s %  1 ip lo School Certlrtcir Standard. Apply %  F'J".P *"*' Limited 11 ISO-n seems to %  %  political fanatii on the power." %  %  phaticallj thai his : tl .i chair al I End Rheumatism While You Sleep : %  Ml %  | %  ppotntJ Ifl all. 'A. Applications ihaul \ .ada not m toth Pabruan ^ NEW IIIKK saavn i %  era N* l.ik till..4— HI !t OKI I IS. .| K\ li I irrMei lUrkaOea %  I sMTBRI ,. i i: | 'ii %  it ne -HOI oi •• uM I M I JOHNSON'S STATIONERY & HARDWARE "CHA MPION" llll Il ' %  • %  nlo. U-IH IOHM. Crsls* wMk* . • our miensal sins no hsrssfal or a%  seSs In ) a(t to md I %  Mart* IHUa IM ., •Dtir KMneis. Ksdi IB tea hears. >el I, *e." righting or loving lie a.,I ploti• id to mksa lha best '.i come U ihe etreti Ihli one wll, on ihe edge of >u chair. %  • il \ M||. IN iBSIlng tola Al. For MARL, SAND, UARDKN Mill Hi and MMi Dial I II HARRISON LINE ,ii in \I:II i I:IIM mi i -inn hiM.iHiM Vfu.1. 1 I.HM Lea.r* sast BMAM rllllll.liV' 11 ICIAM" 1IOMI.HAKI, 1 OH 1 Mil II MM.IMIM Vruil. For ( li.sr. ID ll.rlMdo. PHOOSOPHB" HiX* THEATRE fl in I M LOST 1'^jUIINli R—' a rt oadrad 'or re>htn "f long cut IMeel Earring Lesl aetae> Ya. I Id* rana Prtom ,4i t a Miss McNeil. Oanwbank. Worthirg^ ^ focal Glasses tinted On .ate Advlg >nm-I niteiigtlieiis sad rslaiisnrsles the kksaeys. >xaie•* %  % %  C4ss I hmrt sees tt sea'*.'' Ur P l> BHiaarri f ysirs Saa versed fc HHI Isspusiaie II laev eere ff • *• %  •reeld Ml\U M iro'ia stsaNd." Owaeeeieee to Pal Yost Rtf>f > or Maaor %  1 aimoii fin lltilplali'N a PAN I I MSI P7eM (fought! 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frkraarr II |5. BarbaJws •.V.I Allocate FIVE rors Yeur ..... REEKES SCORES DOUBLE CENTURY four Murdered In British Guiana police Shoot Man inned With Cutlass r 1 u (Barbados Advocate Correspondent) GEORGETOWN, B.(.„ I ,|, ,„ bn G. Barnes Sugar 'es B no.*-.. ^^^ %  jana it, %  jptiav were Honourable Etpsrr. Honour HlMt-Colonel V IpOClOfllK' All* l-.'l H It. Mk. ftwidrn, of III,' ^erVo*iC*T5 AN'oriation Seaforil. C.E.E.. [BJKtar of Booker Bros., krlat. Principal Attorney ^Baf Davson and ComKo, and W A Macnie. flBX. Manager of the IP A - fakiri KUH'RnKRS ami Ihr discovery of the dear! h mf.nl child in a Buxton East Coast l„ --ess on TBUvday HI called out net uplon mini Police II :i,li|ii.,,;,-, rj,:ini reporl came from Buxton Vills da male Easl Indian child .,i I : .. ast lures:,,„,. nunt I,,, UMT. I ueleguies then hon e by %  lamp -ail burnli %  %  QMr whlb ; lying with a yawning her forehead In bed. Two yoar-old Cecilii adopl.'d daughter u., alive and unhurt In Lh. with bl<. Mrs. IfeGngo. also badly mul I ri((hl tine k. Her luiMi.i; dealer, left the tamil; on Wednesday mornitk lar business and returned humi. %  the tragedy. Blood stains were fall %  ground : B.G. Muwum Cost 8211.839 IWRGErOWN. Feb 1. Iplms (or the new buildIt Royai Agricultural and Society whieh will nr OK ne\> B.C. i I i d are in _M M architects It is kr bu:Iomg will be eomliiyair at a revised i-ost Lumi: i Gsfernor %  -1 Va* Patron of the %  i u or>' on %  7 0.';%  %  |f. J. Rnatgevf-r was mi ekvti": |'r' Martin. %  .., %  • L-...um|; in accoin** Mun.nim will occupy J$v* (eat, The Govern" %  tear Ho per cent and th< tlper HMtlng. ICN.* Fuchs Has Nothing To Say •To Pris.,,, Pending Old Bail,} Trial M.D making Uu 80-mile joul Georgetown to i'iv<:ston a reM inm. I'. %  '. village on the E;i^l Bank of tha Lance-Corporal I! %  a shot Rim in hi ar ft %  11 hui and oil bin enter. When with botUi Two com-!. attack. Oorpi Hlntgen tlwn IbmVgun froai a vUU • On I'air B Creech Jones Denies A.P. I 1 i WON HFBBKBS liai.hu, •<<< oft <.a*kin\ Ix.ulint BJ Ke illr on o 11110 reateraaa Report Woman Torv Blasttold Billb*M.rd %  %  ; V SK riled %  h ud re%  dollar. I niiiiiiiji %  it (235,000 To hnprore Health In Leewards Islands A fro. %  %  %  %  %  %  I quipping a main %  %  Itriitrr LONDON KLALS FUCHS, the 1 ', ... ... v >oi rapi "in • >. *ho was accused o( disclosing Atom %  ^"•Ppegrince in &ourt to-day. "' hh trW hf a-ked If be lud aoylMng t aaj •eciwd „f mvmg inPjuet! mi R ht %  wJl* n unknown pt-i"' %  .. purpose raj ,L*> alleged to jJJJimila, ofl< nce bave — in the %  iJ /ehruary, 1945 |Z}l" rs| -Ppe-iiHi.F* rebruary 3. a fte. a ill IE. "^ h,, -" n '" %  I2L? 9 il H ,vi SJ-T, Ma tt'*lrate oilull he,.niiK "ar the case lo justify an *m %  %  building li cokwi -nil I nanrbf Opera KOUM and the gtMening, glus> rool Numlx-i I modern A pout i u-ok tbt about 100 %  i Court. Th* %  the p lose in i %  in i it tha Roj Lord Portal, former Chief ol* the Air Stail ; : ini Paae 5 Fink German nvoy T<> (.S. Since The War i %  of Hen was sent at to-day %  —kruler India Will \ol Lifl Petrol Ration %  luiied tor un%  %  %  %  Bulk Bining West Indians In Ltmdoi Hope This Doesn't Spell Sugar Death Warrant (From our Own CajtvajraajwhtaaV) n in ICE HORSBRUGH iply U G thai tha Conwrvativea would lei a Job. • Mr. J. M. CM !• ' i mo, niiia. "We ... i in i 1 , %  John Biscoe Goes Through Bbww %  %  ManBan bujiiig .i u£i %  with such %  %  %  %  i -hiiik all .! %  lse for* %  1 I %  of \hv Fait. %  %  h ln-riil Bergman To Wed In 10 Daxs %  %  iltfornia, ai %  i li %  friend of I)i —Renter \Iiin, MtnnitHii\\ err kyrooto j pitAa %  I I %  %  %  %  II %  %  %  %  I ..se. how %  'lipoacd to %  Ing lllidr%  I StM'iulisI Motion Accepted BONN A Bin > ock this mort %  The sit) %  socUli %  : % %  '".I % %  -.) %  .• %  twrttes abatan -xition i %  L.S. W ill Still Be In Berlin -ON JUNE %  %  %  %  %  %  i %  Askau %  11,1M tiikiit' Berlin Ira %  %  l % %  %  %  %  %  %  iUolf felt" Krniei "i iH f, I .S. Protests Te China Against Verbl Attaeks %  :.!.• % %  5[*^A4>. B^bad* cigrt.. croaodr. gfgSgf ft*r beim beat** %  • beinc otuaaaed by wkkel keeper MrWalt heforr opeaini; kU ing number of attacks on c;a*naged ' to M-. i bni %  .I'liriiQfnei %  %  Millie lo aoot. iltnsjglhui. Hi... MMMt %  ( in %  'reaa.i et both .-ii %  1SS minutes and at thai t fourHe added additional a3 minutes BI pttUMl his doubli %  H mlnuuii %  %  %  dlun %  UO in I inimi'.' • VIRIUN \\\ | KI dred was *54 mlnnothei 33 K) and thI miles %  %  %  i hut I'airaudeau .:raiid an %  Intern ugl) In the face of tN i .; %  .1... l ^ ',^'//.v//////.v/rV///,-.'/'//.•.•.^•//,•//.•.'/'/.v//-•.^• an ihe %  .wlma. %  beat %  %  udeau -Mt straight •-dtp and ilting in his utfht at %  ImpreeKlnn for 4 thai II run) •i I i Both the %  U cUenl laures I I whom '.iiiana must nave put most then ree, cne n Vleol -avle u:i1 hour I with eight very eonLosl £24.207 EDINBURGH .Lioiial itriiifi Vo (lumnwnl %  %  m asV *SSM %,' Wll FOR REAL SMOKING PLEAS! RE ITS PLAYERS CLIPPER EVER\TIME I'.niirr. ,%'.'-'-*.-,%•,-,-,',*,*.'-•,*-•*,',*,*,


Saturday












February

a 19590.

pe eth,
'¢. Names
‘S Ae ar

| legates














































ORGETOWN, Feb, 10

a

es

Principal Attorney
of Davson and Com-
ied, and W. A. Macnie,

—(By Cable)

(B.C. Museum
(Cost $211,839

ORGETOWN, Feb. 1.
aiplans for the new build-
Royal Agricultural and
ial Society which will
! new B.G. Museum
en approved and are in
imis of the architects. It is
Duilding will be com-
ir at-a revised cost

(plus architects’

pr, Sir Charles
Patron of the
is Majesty the King is
h) created history on
g the first Gov-
ever to attend
1 Meeting of the
4. Raatgever was un-
ed President for
“Mr. F. Harold Martin-
he outgoing President,
P nine successive

building to accom-
seum will occupy
feet. The Govern-
80 per cent and the
cent of the cost of
hg.—(C.N.S,)

Bae

Teplied :
accused of giving in-
Which might be useful
Sy unknown per-

@ purpose preju-
Safety of interests of

also alleged to have
eo milar offence in the
in February, 1945,

his first appearanc
ppearance
fon February 3, after a

*f-minute hearing for
charges and evi-
st, Sir Laurence

Magistrate or-
ie ending

Mm for a dull commen

Ould hear the case

ere Was an “extra-
to justify an-



en

« The discovery

Advocate Correspondent) Princess McGregor
| their home by Mr
ish Guiana delegation | brother after the nei
Conference in Gren-
were Honourable
, Honourable D. P.
ut-Colonel O. A.
pnomie Adviser, R. R.
President of the
ducers Association,
Seaford, C.P.E.,
of Booker Bros.,

, Manager of the



| old Florence McGregor ar

' RKarbados

ur Murdered In
British Guiana
Police Shoot Man Armed
With Cutlass

Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
( GEORGETOWN, B.G., Feb. 10,

RS and the discovery of the dead hody
‘un infant child in a Buxton East Coast beach shocked
‘greas on Thursday and called out special C1.
‘icators from Police Headquarters

‘the first report came from Buxton Village where ¢ tof a male East.Indian child of four was #
n-Friendship East Coast foreshore sewn un

of

I

Jating

was msé

fisnerman who notific



police who were on a
|} the mother,
A few hour later a tragic

adopted daugnter, 4-year

found





Gregor

‘te ignbours be-
came suspicious on seeing a hoy
lamp still burning. McGregor
body was found lying face down-
wards in blood on the dining room
floor while her dlaughter
lying with a yawning wound
her forehead in bed.

Two year-old Cecilia, anothe:
adopted daughter was foun
alive and unhurt in the kite!
with blood sprinkled on her f:

Mrs. McGregor’s fingers wer
also badly mutilated ‘and het
right thumb almost severed,



‘

Her husband, a Village pig
dealer, left the family. at home
on Wednesday morning on regu-

WEEKES SCORES DOUBLE CENTURY.

{ the village}
hunt for|

'

double murder shocked muti
| Ulverston village on the Corent ie
} Coast when the podies OL 60-year]







; answer to an urgently cabled en- pon “to

| quiry, Secretary of State Creech ° Communist attempt to seize th | \ lers
| Jone; nad denied an Associated West Indians In London city py uth putsch at the « | Gibbs eae Rol.

/ Price:

Aduocate

———



————.





ad | ‘Barbados Hit 666:
B.G. 62 For 2

EVERTON WEEKES, world record holder and
one of the best batsmen that Barbados has

| been able to contribute to the International cricket
| arena scored an undefeated 236 at Kensington yes-
| terday, the highest score of his career, and this
| constituted the top score in the Barbados first in-
| nings of 686 for 6 wickets declared as the first
| British Guiana-Barbados Test entered upon its

second day of play. Gibbs were steady yesterday and
British Guiana with 90 minutes commanded great respect from
at the wicket have lost two wieck- the batsmen although all the odds
ets for 62 runs and to this total were in the favour of the bats-
| Robert Christiani, another West men.
Indian cap, has contributed 33 not With British Guiana at the
yut wicket Barbadians were able to
The wicket was perfect again see Frank King in action since his
terday ad there was bright sojourn in Trinidad. He opened
rn Kensington into up at a pace faster than that of
tsman’s paradise. any pace bowler in the Trinidad-
vas 66 not out on Jamaica series just concluded and
and Johnny Lucas 21 certainly had more direction. He
iook the Barbados total had Gibbs beaten and dismissed
r.3 wirkets to 475 before 1Lb.w ith an inswinger that
usa 59 having tricd came off the pitch at a tremend-
» eross one from Gaskin pitched ous rate and one British Guianese











who



3; oul ior



| well up on the leg and ce~tre was down without a run being
j |} stumn seored

‘

Weeses scoring with powerf i Norman Marshali, however,

ate cuts and crisp drives both on came on first change from the
the off and on-side of the wicket, Pavilion end to steal the bowling

!
| EVERTON WEEKES reaches 200 with a drive to the on-bounde?
raced to his individual century in honours for the day. He sent
|
|

| off Gaskin's bowling at Kensington Oval yesterday.
Creech Jones i bowling at Kensington Oval yesterday

188 minutes and at that time he down five consecutive maiden

US. Will Still

had hit 14 fours. He added an- overs in one of which he beat

’ d . : other 50 to his own total in an British Guiana’'s promising open-
Denies A I B ® idditional 53 minutes and com- jing batsman Bruce Pairaudeau
ee ae 7 e in CLM | pleted his double century ir 250 with one that went straight
Oman or asis minutes through instead of breaking back

ON JUNE ] Although the from the oft,

British Guiana aking the edge
af the bat and
resulting in his
being caught at
the wicket
Pairaudeau who
scored 21 before
he was dismissed

Report .

e aid tc iis jbowling was
; : AZE, Be 10 rT BERLIN, Feb, 10 |pteadier vyester- |
Today Govern tonald Garve the lied and Ger author-/day, medium
told Billboard reporter in e/ ities in West Berlin can be relic | ened Gaskin
t ly with an) |and’ slow left













lar busi | Press report that Britain had re- May, American High Commis- | lock notably so, looked impres-
a usiness and returned home| fused British Honduras’ request | e o, % y toner vonn MeCioy told reporter, | yet the Barbados sive and set for
on Thursday night to learn of| for restoration of the dollar to ope is Sn t Ss ell here toda | batsmen never big things. He
the tragedy. | parity with the United States : ‘On June first, West Berlin wil jallowed the off-drave King
Blood stains were found on the} @ollar. S D h y till be here and will: we.” l score to wet ‘bes for 4 then on-
dining 200m. window andicn the|. Tae menetaiel Brees reper dani ugar eat arrant tated vied’ tee? skal drove for anoth-
ground of the yard. | first brought to the Governor's Phe reported Communist pl {}Four hundred er four (all run) i
2 | notice resterday b i 2 mi . va Youth ma { Beri | is went nd.als on- }
While CLD. sleuths were] reporters seek abo ate (From Our Own Correspondent) oo ’ Sg cr hamsall Sak rian aie drove Atkinaon {
making the 80-mile journey from} —(By Cable.) ern, eisai ; _ LONDON, Feb. 10 ar vcCloy who arrived 1 jin another 48 ee
Georgetown to Ulverston a re-| : MISS FLORENCE HORSBRUGH, the only Conserva- | @erlin thi ning for a 12 minutes and the Marshall fin- ;
port came from Peter's Halll ‘ tive woman ex-Minister, said in her Election broadecasi |’ He thiuene 4) we are ee mene vith: ‘the {
gd, a Mt eh ; Q~ le ; : a ae 5 aie nt ; He thought the western aut! reached in an- xcellent | res ;
ae | at a a the| €35.000 To last night that the Conservatives believed better food could | jije« Macdidaannapodeneat, nd sea . a a igures
or é strict 2 obt: . 4 ‘ Rls we Alea ita . ~~» = |
Dabeie-Conisotnd tlie Bit | be obtained more cheaply if Government bulk buying was | tintil they knew more about *‘\ rhe batsmen ives iA tease ii 2
eq to shoot 56-year old Poka with| Im yrove Health stopped. She said that the Conservatives would let expert |! poral going to happer pent up 500 in whom British
a shotgun in his leg to effect his| I traders do the job. la gt at ‘Sowlet fort ' ae 550 “ot 3h eons oa :
ie . =a "7 5 ~ iad en . . a ‘ areal Sovie effort to re-regi 090 in another rally h t
arrest after for two hours he had| * Mr. J. M. Campbell, Deputy!) ont Germ: ; TE. turally have pu
‘ F s ad} “oe : uly ‘ 1 rman youth, this ti iy |minutes, After EVERTON WEEKES sir
locked himself in a three room| In Leewards Islands : . aileet ak S et oe neta Com | an alien mould.’ ii this the rate of scoring increased jin the batt esas oak: cere
hut and--all but decapitated his| ; h Bisec pe FR te epee A rm lana As uhether bala neidiae A tha als ’ De ere g | Ceparynerdy: SPOTS
wife Jagoda and defied all attempts| ANTIGUA, LEEWARD ISLANDS, | onn ft@spondent this wiorfiing: “We cad To nes (Yethes counter meas} considerably. andthe sixth..bune.33-not out-in free, confident style
Jasoda and defied all attempts | : ures would be taken by the wee | dred was hoisted after 454 min- i ;
of the police and. village: Feb. 10, | qv. | only; Hope that the Conservatives | i; Soviet inspired restrict utes play. It took another 32 While Leslie Wight who is. un-
ter , ; nee A free grant of £35,000 has been § oes | are not including sugariin this pein trame conte ee ee! Ph crhadwe bateman (“defeated with 6 to his credit was
enter, 1 ‘ grant See as eo poliey Jerlin afy continued MeCk minutes for the Barbados batsmen the soul of patience and restraint
| made from the f ritish Colonial | “Mr Oliver Stan! ee dt ns | lid they w ld t refused tc |to boost the score to 650 and the He + k three arters fa h ‘
When the police arrived Poka| Development and Welfare Fund to} 1¢ oaniae ng he ee Ber Shenley Bnd’ otht ive detail entire innings of 686 for 6 lasted ~° 00% “TES Quarters of an nour
9¢ shalli oa + , _ Pp nm : S assert ane . ADU: im I 2 4, eaaing onservatives lave i } over us irs run and 14s oeen
was shelling the crowd outside} improve Public Health Services in | /ARD THE JOHN BISCOE, | lead c t ! < ; rie rs

with bottles and other missilé

Two constables attempted to enter | St, Kitts (population 29,834), Nevis

and retreated in face of a cutla
attack,

Corpl. Hintzen then borrowed a
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Fuchs Has
lothing To Say

‘fo Prison Pending Old Bailey Trial

LONDON, Feb. 10.

!“T have nothing to say at this stage.”

The solemn, fog-begrimed Court
building is a grim contrast to the
colour-splashed entrance to the
nearby Opera House and the glist-
ening, glass roof frame of the

DR KLAUS FUCHS, the 38 year old British Atomic)
est who was accused of disclosing Atom secrets, made
“Don, pbearance in court to-day.

j his trial he was asked if he had anything to say!

| India Will Not

market. But the tiny Number |

Three Court with its bright red
leather upholstery, resembles a
modern cucktail lounge.

A police inspector took the |

names of about 100 newspaper
men before allowing them into the
Court. The close interest Brit-
tain’s top military men is show-
ing in the case was indicated by

the presence in Court of Marshal |

three of the Leeward Islands— Feb. 10 |in the House of Commons ae exports of stees OF 506 minuses at the wicket for 87 minutes in




























. , he
Ingrid Bergman | said in an approved policy state- | Cne of them dying, were dug out

| , Pee@eup . . .
ment that they are opposed to} PY rescue workers so far

Yo Wed In 10 Days bulk purehase except in special | Snow more than six feet dev

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The Antarctic rescue ship Jobim |plthough the Party opposed b Scie eee ee Pes . ee i vane 7 fe ‘ le cuts scoring 6 not out |
(11,383) and Anguilla (5,036) — reached Stonington ‘Island | buying it would be yecessary ar comantatee class va | box le \ th tenon tt who “The British Guiana team who i
900) and 2 é v5 . ; mnsultatior vith the more pace ‘ 3 2 '
r { Saiaesiiae ; early today. She arrived after ajit to continue in certain colonic : aon: W ERE, EE See ee yan ON are 624 runs behind with eight i
The grant will cover the cost of}, : ; illie: MeClo i jthe previous day but did not give ‘
a eA, a : vk nits three day struggle through heavy | with such commodities as sug: It ; . ; we “., Wickets in hand, face a very j
uildinmg ,and equipping a ma pack ice from the British base on “In. any 6a I am sure Briti not correct to descrit a single chance until he had tern fight when the game is con-
health centre and outposts, it was] ‘4 Ym Ge > vsilag i gedy one ole 7 t ction as a counter measur: | reached 235 when off the last bal! > ; ; = , \
‘ : Argentine Island to pick up six |housewives would not want chea; a ay _" " tinued to-day {
announced to-day.—Reuter, scientists who have bee narooned|er sugar at the cost of b following Soviet traffic restric. | of the innings from Rollox he hi
aC} uSsts Who have been maro 1 1m 4 at > COS 0 ‘ > ;
. Qe i " : ae : } aa ‘ F ad anaus tior it the tactic of the p {out and skied the ball to long on :
on Stonington Island in Mar-| poverty in the colonies } but Pa ude who only ‘ot
. a . » h I t ry E & , ) \
Ki < qi G or guerite Bay for the past two years. | Mr. A. E. V. Barton, Secretar vse wr my a 1 a 4 mas i il Pein to | ?
Ce ous not 2 igle hi » be fe ad
irs yerman [wo planes of the Biscoe rescue |of the W.1.C. said: “I think all a ot lurt Sovic holt it ORS TS Soe OM }
- nN ra expedition have already flown out/ Parties recognise that sugar i ree a ; F ONG Mie B Weeie: . ;
he mY Te U S i; Solan tieie a te pane ale artes In Berlin the inipact of EF. C. A With this exception eeke Os
Tit OY DS Ceca iV = > who had been a 4c lal case iaattan ante take | treated the crowd to as grand an 9
Stonington, Britain’s most south- He considered Miss Horsbrugh eee ears, ae ~ a ; . ce hog ;
; : , a tself felt Reuter | exhibition of batsmanship as could |
C erly Antarctic survey base forrremarks were a genere ate- | veute oy y CG Ve 0. :
Since The War ones oes urve) ase f an nara cy fal just a general stat Pe Ce | be witnessed on any of the fam- c eee ees ee a :
The Bisod \ . a } jous International cricket grounds. rhe tdin yurgh , STOR ;
WASHING'(ON, Feb. 10. 1. if Biseoe hopes to bring out] West Indian business circles ‘ British Guiana fielded unfalter- | Festival lost £24,207 in its three
The State Department has ac-}the base’s picked dog teams and|here are watching the clecti tL Va ance e | iruadak ioe tees ae te huge total | weeks run last year, the annual
: > 5 i770. ‘ecaste a th ' m Ne
éepted the West German Gov-]# number of highly prized em-| forecasts and promises with ti : land saved many runs. Rollox and | festival report stated.—Reuter,
ernment’s nomination of Dr. Hans] Peror penguins | greatest attention. They feel th; ® 7 i ul ' ;
Schlange-Schoeningen as first The ship, under her Liver pool| although the Socialist Gover l i Ine ee SPSL LPL PLE PPL PLLA PE
* ADB». ‘ ' . , ‘ ’ , |
post- ne German envoy to th born Commander H Kirkwood | ment is pledged to continue the “ ¥
¥ “ “ ° singe ML.
- 4 : sushed south under direct orders| bulk buying policy, colonial ter: > ¥
United States, State Department] ! a 4 : t : uy policy, i >
official ee to-day. : from Sir Miles Clifford, Governor| tories will discover bargain IN PARIS 1%
Offic: oe. i that telegram of the Falkland Islands | after the election will still be > “
erie aaries tention at Heri At the base with the six scien-| difficult as West Indian neg N PARIS, Feb, 10 %
7 tp: ng As : a — vom ei sey tists were Major Kierce Butl |}have encountered in the rece: Nine people, including one ch 1%
Schiange-- one sen Was sen ; ln were NO > > any “ |
‘ the grew Ge Sava ent to-day, | Planner of the rescue flights Commonwealth sugar talks. ere reported killed, when t | st
t the ° 1e 1e jm = . s : » ‘ ore —_
wth sonh re +} uld a landed at Stonington last week| The policies of other political ee huts were swep 1x
: { at he wou er= ‘hy « ees an ag
ee eae ce Dee 1-Gen-| from one of the rescue planes | parties, on bulk purchase, how 4y an avalanche at Tignes in the] %
form the duties of ” phase Even —Reuter.| ever do not paint a much rosier! French Alps to-day. »
eral, but would not have a diplo | picture. | Five dead bodies—three 1%
matic or consular status The Conservatives have already | them women—and two children | %
—Keuter ‘
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tal, former Chief of the Air Staff.|

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the Chinese Nationalist Govern- “This Government expects | HOLLYWOOD. Fe 10. |
ment nst “deliberate aerial/Teceive prompt and categorical ete 1 ro lee all ue
ttacks” on American property in) assuranees that there will be Dr. Peter Tinastopm was silerty ®
mist——held Shanghai, the! repetition of Chinese Airforce|‘'O-48y on the’ report tha Ing: *
Department announced | attacks on American property”’.| Bergmah had sec red a SivOfCR 5
| to-day the note added from him ina celyil court in| ¢
Chinese Nationa aircraft la A state Department spokesman | Mexico te ‘ai
cided Shanghai fonday aid property of the Shanghai John Vernon, his friend, told|% EVERY TIME
a iote complained that the | Power Company and the Standard| reporters he had talked to Dr x 4 4 i
60D } Airforce w making ¢ ¥ acuutY Oil Company 18 | Landstorr ufter the divorcee arn-|%
ana ; DARD, Barbados Captain, grounds safely after being beaten by a delivery from ‘ g mumber of attacks of waged } Monday’s rai nounecement ut his reaction was s
7 being stumped by wicket- keeper McWatt before opening his score 5 esterday. | American property, and densel; —Reuter. | “No comment”. —Renter. LOLS LCE LLL LOE LL LIVITELS OS.



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cases (special cases being unde-, Was hindering rescue work, and| 5

oo > ° ROME, Feb. 10. | fined) and the Liberals have an { there was a risk of new falls 5

Lift I etrol Ration Swedish Film star Ingrid Ber nounced they will reduce bull Workers from the Tignes dan N

5 a ; man will marry Italian Director} purchase food especially unde and mobile police were to-nig! ‘ N

NEW DELHI, Feb, 10 | Roberto Rossellini in Rome in 101 short-term-contracts trylag to dig out the snow-co\ ‘ 3

India does not intend to days time it was learned: authori+} —(By Cable | ered road from Bourg Saint} ®% :

move control on petrol, as it coulc) tatively here to-day. } Maurice to Tignes. —Reuter ‘ ;
not afford the foreign exchange Brain Specialist Lindstron ‘



that would be required for un

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| plans to file suit for divorce fromm

restricted consumption, the Min-| Tariq Bergman. in California, ae] SO@Cialist Motion | Petrol Control Will):

ister for Power, N. V. Hadgil, told} coon as their attorneys agree on

Parliament here to-day in an-| 4 property settlement. and ae Accepted Save Dollars— Attlee

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oy etrul eae in Australia a en eee en STOCKPORT, Feb. 10 ,
was abolished on Wednesday. "This was announced here to- BONN, Feb. 10 Prime Minister Attlee to-day ;
—Reuter day by a friend of Dr. Lindstrom A Bundestag unemploymen | verbally spanked Winston Church- s

spel —— : —Renter. | meting was closed shortly afte | ii for suggesting rationed British :

one o clock this morning aft motorists could be given moré 5

i lasting eight hours. gasoline. “It is quite easy to sec :

The sitting had been expectc } that he :

oy : has not. given one min-
Missing Mormoms | to last all night, but the House or] yte’s thought to this subject”
| an early vote accepted a sociali Attlee said at a Jabour Parts

Were Arrested jme“ion requesting Chancell» | rally. Churchill told the election







| Adenauer to submit quickly rally at Devonport that his ‘Tories

PRAGUE, Feb. 1( comprehensive programme for ©! | would end the gasoline rationing

The two missing Mormom Mis-; cmployment. at the earliest possible moment
sionaries who disappeared two Almost all members of the Gov-] it they avon February 23 Gen-
vecks ago are under arrest in| ernment parties abstained fre] cral Election. Me said that “even



| gaol, head of the Mormon Mise} Se The only opposition ‘| if it may not be possible to abol-
| sion in Czechoslovakia said to-day ne motion came from the extreme] ish petrol rationing altogether, it
| to-day. right.—Keuter, may soon be possible to greatly

ee ~ oe increase basic ration”. British
7 Chi motorisis are limited to $0 mile
| iat ~ iE a month for pleasure driving, The
U.S. Protests To China — |.

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Hs EXCELLENCY the Gov-
érnor and Mrs. Savage"
accompanied by Mr. W. Lambert,
Privaté Secr@iary, attended the
intercotonial cricket game be-
tween Barbados and _ British

Guiana at Kensington yesterday.

«an a»
Red Letter Day
ADAME BROMOVA has how
completed arrangements for
a dancing display which will be
presented by
pupils at the Empire Theatre on
Thursday, March 23rd, and there

will be both matinee and evening 4

shows.

The proceeds of these perform- ;
’

ances are to be devoted to the
establishment of a “Ballet Fund”,
under the control and manage-
ment of a local committee. Par-
ticulars about this fund will be
published shortly.

Capt. Raison, and the Police
Band are to provide the Intermis-
sion Music and will accompany
the dancers throughout. The pro-
gramme will cover all types of
stage dancing from character and
classical to operatic ballet.
Amongst the special items is a

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“ Short
and no politics

back and sides |

School Boys at Cricket

ys. at Kensington,

the School Boys’ Stand was
completeiy filled and there must
have been well over two hundred
boys in it. A loud burst of applause
came from them, when their
idol, ‘Boogles’ Williams, went out

“Classroom” scene, a “Glimpse of to take his turn at the crease.

a Parisiam Cafe”, dances of the
‘Naughty Nineties,” and a render-
ing of “Les Sylphides” in the true
ballet tradition.
From avhat Carib has already
r€hearsals March 23rd will
ly be a red letter occasion.
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Many Happy Returns

I ISS JEANETTE GODDARD,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Cecil Goddard of George Street,
Belleville, celebrated her seven-
teenth birthday yesterday. The



ced by a buffet
ther home.
arty afterwards went to
nd Concert at the Hastings
Among those present
Miss Betty Goddard, Miss
Patterson, Miss Lucille
e, Miss Joanie Farmer, Mr
we Pairaudeau, Mr. Michael
rse, Miss Greta Bushell, Mr
41 Cole, Mr. Ralph Armstrong
i Mr. David Maingot.
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Enjoying Himself

- IKE to Cadet John Schofield
Rock as surrounded

the Hastings
by
attractive young ladies and
1ed to be thoroughly enjoying
f.. He one of the sev-

H.M.S. Devon-













at the Band Con-
the B.G. skipper
G and Arnold
Wig hundreds of
pec h Rocks to
ypacity last
«an an

To Get Acquainted With
R. & a fr PI





M’ Mi lip A. Johnson
4 from Norwich, Connecticut,
here to spend two weeks at

Windsor Hotel. They arrived
y by B.W.1.A. from Ja-







rR where they have been

ling a short holiday and

ave come to get ac-

d@ with Barbados Mz

n is a retired businessman
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On Holiday

LEWIS, Superin-

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For Carnival in Trinidad

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Trinidad for Carni

One of the lads even took his
picture, and walked away looking
as pleased as punch.
«an «»
Asst. Director of Education
M®* E. C. M. THEOBALDS,
the new Assistant Director
of Education, arrived from Jamai-
ca yesterday by B.W.1.A. and will
be staying at Indramer Guest
House, Worthing.

Mr. Theobalds, who was born
in St. Vincent in 1897, was edu-
cated at St. Mary’s College, St.
Lucia and at London University,
where he obtained his B.A. in
1917. He has lived most of his
lite in St. Lucia but has been &

Jamaica for eleven years where
he was Inspector of Schools. He
has also acted as Assistant Direc-
tor of Education on several
occasions,

In May 1948, he went to St.
Vincent for eighteen months
where he was Education Officer
He has visited Barbados several
times before.

«a»

Quite A Change
ARLY yesterday morning a
solitary old lady was wending

«a»

her way across Trafalgar Square,
and she narrowly missed bump-
ing into a moving car. Startled
she said, “Don’t knock me Gown
sir. God bless you.” Quite a
change from the general replies,

which generally go like this, “Wa
wrong wid ye, ye ’en got a horn?”
—“Ye can't wait!” etc.

“
70 Miles from Georgetown
M® and Mrs. Pat O'Dowd and

their baby son Anthony

arrived from British Guiana re-
cently on three months’ holiday
Mr. O’Dewd is with William

Fogarty’s Brick and Tile Factory
at Coomacka, seventy miles up
the Demerara River. They are
staying with Mr. and Mrs. John
Williams of Chelsea Road.

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Enroute To Grenada

D* and Mrs, J. H. Jaffer, from
Stanford Connecticut, plan
u per

ia holiday in Grenada
They arrived yesterday by
B.W.LA. from Jamaica and will
be here fur a fow days en route
They afterwards wish to visit
Trinidad and Haiti They are
guests at the Wndsor Hotel.

«» «<>»

His Own Composition?
TERRIFIC fanfare from the
Biscuit Man's Trumpet greet

ed the many boundaries, fifties,
and especially Everton Weeks’
double century at Kensington
yesterday. This fanfare seems to
> be entirely his own composition,
for it has anything that Harry
James may have tried beaten
absolutely ‘flat’

BY THE WAY.....

Narkover has

of those scan-

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| egun wit ne










which iid finish off a
priggish academy in no?
it appears that a house-

€ who got into difficulties

the bookies during the holi-;
signed away his house to

icate of them
as
it syndicate turned
take possession of their
proj y much to the amusement
with whom the new-
a roaring trade. The
Mr. Warblow, joined the
ivoid being evicted
liick, who had been
aw lling stuff to a friend, re-
turned t hear the odds being
ited from the uppér windows
t the boys were set-
happily he went on
Four boys playing cards



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on pel steps told him what
ne d, and he at once saw
the f this new arrange-

ment The Governors,



Pattern Service

is now lo
at

WHITFIELDS only

up yes-Â¥

nowever,

and a few old-fashioned parents,
xee the matter in a more sombre
light.
Suet Gives A Hint
The position is such that, while

willing to reveal, to a certain exr-

tent, what is necessarily being
‘done at present, those who sup-
port my ideals are

osised yesterday in a sense. Before
ia full disclosure can be made,
certain preliminary conditions

(must be fulfilled, and these, gov-
erned by circumstances obtaining
from time to time, are, of course,
independent of whatever else has

to be considered,
(C. Suet, Esq.)
Bring Me An Alp

HE despatch of snow from of music ; >.
Norway for a ski-jump on for an echo failed. When the | ‘
Hampstead Heath may lead to echo passage was played the echo | ;

mountain from Switzerland, to be
unexpected delights, among them
a revival of the plan to bring a



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Just opened at both

handicapped
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lay imposed by what was empha-

TOOTALS

EVANS & WHITPIELDS

a

Calling

For Cricket Tournament
R. A. NORRIS HUGHES,
President of the Grenada
Chamber of Commerce and Presi-
dent of the Grenada Cricket As-
sociation, is now in Barbados to
witness the Intercolonial cricket
tournament which is being played
at Kensington. He arrived on
Wednesday by B.W.I.A. and
will be here for about two weeks
as a guest at the Hotel Royal.

«» «es
Back To School
R. OSWALD BOYCE, a stu-
dent of the Caribbean Train-
ing College at Maracas, Trinidad,
returned to Trinidad on Tuesday
by B.W.I.A. after spending a
holiday with his relatives at Pas-
sage Road.
Paid Short Visit
R. KENNETH FIFI, an em-
ployee of B.W.1.A., Trini-
dad, returned home by B.W.I.A.
on Wednesday evening after
spending a short holiday in the
island. He was staying at Super
Mare Guest House.
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Guianese Here on Holiday
N two months’ holiday and
staying at “Bagshot” the
Stream, is Mr. and Mrs. George
Marx from Georgetown, British

Guiana.

retary of Wm. Fogarty Ltd.,/
Georgetown. Also on_ holiday
from B.G. are Mr. and Mrs. |

Alfred Rego.
Office Staff of Wm. Fogarty Ltd.
They are also here for two
months and are staying at Silver
Sands.

«> <>

Hospital Matron From B.G.
ISS DORIS PREMDAS, As-
sistant Matron attached to

the Puvlic Hospital, Georgetown,

British Guiana is now in the

island for abuut three weeks

holiday. She arrived on Tuesday
by B.W.LA. and is staying at

Indramer Guest House, Worthing

A Guianese, Miss Premdas
lived in England for 23 years
having gone there at an early
age. After recei\ing her educa-
tion, she ;took up mursing at
Whipps Cross Hospital and later
worked in various hospitals in
England.

During the war, she worked in
military hospitals and was bombed
out on many occasions. In 1946
she was appointed to her present
the Colonial Office and
her way to British
Guiana, she had a glimpse of
3arbados while travelling on the
“Ariguani” which made a brief
stop here.

Miss Premdas is a sister of Dr
Ivan Premdas, a former Guianese
Scholar who is now practising in
England.

«» <
Happy Birthday
ANY happy returns also to
Mr. Louis Pitcher who cele-
brates his birthday to-day.
“© “

Comings and Goings .
RS. FLORENCE Daysh, re-
turned from Jamaica yester—

day by B.W.LA. after attending
the First Women’s Conference in|
the W.L, which was held in|
Jamaica. The other member from|
3arbados, Mrs. A. W. Scott is due)
to leave Jamaica to-day, but wi!!!
be going to Trinidad for a short
visit, before returning to Barba-|
dos. |
x a a
Mr. Pat Wallbridge, Sales Man-
ager of Singer Sewing Machine
Co., left for Trinidad yesterday
by B.W.LA.
ao

post by

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Rev. R. Palmer—Barnes, of the
James St. Methodist Church also
left by B.W.1A. for Trinidad
yesterday.

Mr. Rego is on the! der’s ladder?

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE
The Short Cut Is
Here To Stay

FROM dress styles to hair
styles. Seoring over 16 rivals,
28-year-old Leonard Winton, of
Regent Street, won the Hairdress-
ing Spring Fashion Contest, held
at the Roya] Hotel, Woburn Place

His model was auburn-haired}
Frances Power, aged 17, a hair-
dressing apprentice from Ken-/
sington. Her hair, oniy 4iin.
long, was dressed in g simple.)
asymmetrical shingle.





Once his wrists are loose Rupert
takes the knife, cuts through the

|
He forecasts an _ indefinite) s that are binding him,
future for the short cut—“main-| pradie. bis friend is ie. 100.
ly because women find it easy | “And now fell me what all this
to handle.” means. How did you come
He likes it worn with earrings,| here?” asks the litrle bear. “It
thinks it is best suited to young} happened this morning.” cries Sam.
women with oval features. “The firs: time | went ow the



Another believer in the short
cut was Mr. Charlies Dennison,
who won a concurrently run
competition for hair styles in
postiche.

“I expect_to see short hair stil!
in vogue ten years from now,”
he said. —L.E.S.

Up And Down

When I saw Madder, he was
part way up a ladder. He went
up four rungs, down seven rungs
and up ten.. That put Madder at
the top of the ladder. Then he
went down nine rungs, up ‘ee







SHOWING
OLYMPIC

rungs and down 10. That put

Mr. Marx is Asst. Sec-| Madder at the bottom of the lad-

der, that is, with his feet on the)
earth.
So how many rungs had Mad-



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returned from British Honduras
via Jamaica yesterday by B.W.1LA
after spending a holiday in that
colony.



By Beachcomber

set up on Salisbury Plain. In
1909 a man called Taplow wanted
to start a syndicate to bring one
of the Italian lakes to Leicester-
shire.
was impracticable, he said pet-
tishly: “But it’s only water.”
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had a Bavarian castle removed,
stone by stone, to Chicago. When
it had been stuck up he said it

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erty. Profit and Schloss, com-

mented a Westphalian immigrant,

with considerable hauteur.
Clergyman’s Thumb Caught

In Egg-Cup
N attempt to fool the famous
A Albert Hall echo with a piece

echoed it, so that it sounded as

echo.

When told that the scheme |

containing a_ passage | ¥

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TO-NIGHT 8.30 sharp KIDDIES CARNIVAL
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TREVOR MARSHALL (14 yrs.) singing “LA ROO, LA ROO”

BENTLEY WARD (13 yrs.)
COLLEEN WALKER (10 yrs.)
DALTON BISHOP (12 yrs.)
DeLISLE BREWSTER (11 yrs.)
HERMAN FORDE (13 yrs.)

singing “LOOKING OVER A 4 LEA

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“GLORIA”
“AGAIN”
“TORA, LORA”
“ROOM FULL OF ROSES”

singing
Crooning
crooning

crooning

VERE DALRYMPLE (13 yrs.) singing Cowboy “I WAS BORN IN

SHIRLEY ASHBY (8 yrs.)

CALYPSOES, VOICE QUARTETTES and MAGIC 4 ‘

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and Plan-
designed a
will be pre-
produced at
oh approximatel
than if made by |
s} of this low-|
eq for use in the
: is nearing
5 Cen shortly be
wtiie inspection and
fest-model is being !
» Western end of the |
Â¥ Georgetown, right on
e. seaboard where it j
to the most severe
. erence Town
Se ointed out that
Means on the sea wall |
ing a ea
uickly anc
up scations ean be |
incorporation in
z new housing
ed by the

pusing

















ie designed for pre- '
that is, for construc-
¢ a number of simple
mare work-shop made,
‘ean be manufactured
quantities. F
by making fu
ing machinery,
5 be able to mass-pro-
; es at about of



























hand the cost of
would be in the

Â¥

# model will be occu- |
Hest period of one year
find out if any im-|
fean be made, At the |

ilery, all on one floor |
‘oom and store on |
sand a covered space |

died.
head of the
near the tow

124 feet.

Costello added
intage of pre-|
iat the parts of the |
Wi for larger type
ifor people requir-
odation and also
small flats.
is successful”,
asserted, “British | n
first in the field | Arab State t

morning

Pees



I.E.. whose
| reported, ru
; years and gu





# supplying local} perhaps, was

Sheikh
Jabir-al-Subah, K.C.S.I., K.C.-



“You were sa

BM icine SMeikh Of
| Kuwait Dies

raf the test the house | (From Oux London Corresponiant)
ferred to a perma-| LONDON: (By Mail).

§ -. will| . sueikh Sir Ahmad al Jabir-al-
Iow-cost house will) hah. ruler of the Arab state of
ng room, three bed- | Kuwait that contains the second |
om, toilet, kitchen- lergest oil field of the world has

The Kuwait field lies at the

Persian Gulf, quite
n of Basra

In an obituary, the “Times” this
says:—

Sir Ahmad al
death was recently
led Kuwait for 30
ided its development

from the condition of a traditional

o that of the centre

ost prefabricated | of a highly developed modern in-

rdesigned for tropi- | dustry. The change was due to
ind the Colony will} oil. An oil concession was grant-
hto create a great| ed 15 years ago, but not nguch,

experted of it. Pro-

pexport market as| duction began in 1946. It is now
4 at the rate of 13m. tons a year
_ and employs 18,000 of a popula-

| tion of, say, 150,000.















Workers
wernor

it Jobs

Sweeping i
| resulted,
| throughout t
| change has b

2200 East Coast
ar travelled to}
asking re-| A

kind and fai
letter



and

was of the highest.

written

nternal changes hav

the guiding figure
his period of swift

een “Sheikh Ahmad”

|as he was known to the poorest
(By Mail) | coolie. He was astute among a
ino work for| race of the astute. His courtesy

He was wise,
thful to his friends
from Kuwait



rnment. After| during His Highness’s last illness

‘ with the| says: “No one could have ruled

r and the| this place for 30 years without

Govern-| having something very fine about

ithe Legisla-| him—and he has it in abundance. ”
Bntative for
"Dr. Cheddi}




















ferview was ar=|
» Excellency the}
Pp j
t six workers, |
estates where |

with Dr. Jagan. | GEORGE"

mil start to drive} $200.00;
mae of the street as| estate ($11,58
i | Petrie,









“wn broque is

ad ag stores,

Made by

OHN



Girl Friend
Inherited

TOWN, (By Mail)

Maimed that} Mr. Thomas L. Warner, late
@ Not be found; proprietor of a bakery in George-
Pwere no longer| town who died on January 10
elves. | 1950, left an estate to the gross
nised to have| value of $13,724.98.
figated and as- After deductions were made
Won that relief} the) estate had a nett value ol
mae being conducted.| $11,812. 27cts. upon which Gov-
: E HOPE ernment collected $354. duty
L i

DN: Comment from Specific legatees to the estate
Hope on the Wash-| 8re: Sarah Warner’ (widow)

@qual rights for| $25.00; Basil Warner (son) $5.00;
“I'hope it means| Winifred Warner (daughter)

while the residue of the

2.00) went to Helena

“a friend”.

Mcially designed for Barbados, this

now on

See them for yourself. |

WHITE

means made just right





ying, Mrs. Smith, that



Strachey's increased surcharge of 7d. in the £.. .”

Commissioner
Told How Baby

Was Drowned

_ GEORGETOWN, Feb, 5.
Answering an S.O.S. from resi-

Relief Commissioner
missioner
Mr. M. B. Laing, C.M.G., O.B.E.,
heard flood stricken villagers re-
late how a two-year-old baby fell

and Com-

| off a step and was drowned; how
| flood waters have killed their
| cattle, marooned them in their

homes, and covered a three-mile

stretch of road. The villagers
appealed to the Commissioner to
provide them with boats to go

around

As a special train pulled in at
Belladrum Station a deputation
boarded and related how baby
Samuels was drowned. A mother
of 19 children pleaded for boats,
and told how the village doctor
was having difficulty in getting
around. The few boats available
were charging 12 cents a drop.

The Commissioner's train after-
wards proceeded to Fort Welling-

ton central village in the West
Berbice district He held con-
ference with the various local

authorities and other officials and
made arrangements for soup
kitchens in the area,

After the conference the Com-
missioner attended a public meet-
ing and conveyed to the people
the sympathy of the Governor,
whom he assured them, was
taking a personal interest in the
situation.

Hon. Rev. A. T. Peters, repre-
sentative on the Legislative Coun-
cil for the district was present at
the me¢ting and in a short speech
gave residents hope and encour-
agement after which several vil-
lagers outlined their hardships
and made suggestions.

In addition to emphasising the
need for more boats, they said
rice factories were unable to mill
their padi and asked that the
Mahaicony Scheme take some of
their padi in exchange for rice.

Mexican Sugar
For Japan

VERA CRUZ (By Mail).
A local sugar exporter, Sr.
Remigion Delufin, has announced
that Mexico will export about
25,000 metric toms of sugar to
Japan. He said that shipments to
Japan will account for about half
of the exportable surplus for the
1949—50 crop. The balance will

be sent to Europe.—(B.U.P.)



show in



dents in Western Berbice, Flood |

of Local Government, |

secrets can
be released for general publica-!
tion. They are not expected to
discuss the case of Dr Klaus
Fuch, one of Harwell’s leading |
Scientific officers, who is due toa
appear on remand in London |
Court tomorrow on two charges
| under the British Secrets Act.
The talks which are due to last

| Peierrls, of

! ergy, Ministry of Supply.

,
| 3 Countries Diseuss

Russia’s Atomic

Explosion
HARWELL. Berkshire, Feb

Russia’s atomic explosion
high on the agenda of talks
tween British, Canadian
American scientists which ope
behind barbed wire at
Atomic Research Station
well to-day.

vas |
be-
and
nea
Britain's
Har-

at

So important are the four day
discussions that memo pads and
blotting paper used by the scien-
tists will be burned daily. Extra
War Department police were
guarding the Conference building

The scientists will decide how
many—if any—atom



for four days, are the fourth in
the series concerned with policy
on the declassification of atomic |
energy documents,

Uniform declassification guide:
to determine what information
may be published and what is t
be classified and restricted in cir-
culation are at present in use by
the three countries.

Any recommendations which
the experts make will be reported
to the atomic energy agencies of
their respective Governments be-
fore any final revisions are made



Russia’s development of
atom bomb will be taken
account at the discussions. Sir
John Cockroft, Director of the
Atomic Research Establishment,
heads the British delegation, con-
sisting of Professor H. J. Emeleus, |
of Cambridge University, Profes- |
sor D. Hanson and Professor R. F
Birmingham Univer-
sity, and Mr. M. W. Perrin
Deputy Controller of Atomic En- |

the
into

—Reuter



STRANGE OATH

AKRON:—Girl students at twe
Akron high schools have taken an
oath to promote more modesty in
feminine fashions. They have}
pledged not to wear strapless eve-
ning gowns, tight sweaters or
brief shorts and bathing suits

too |

Wha You Fest
WORNOUT

and drag around each
day, unable to work
—look to the cause of
your trouble. Chances
cut ondar. Health,
out fe ’
active kidneys a

7



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the blood. When they fail, the system |
becomes clogged with poisons and you |
feel mean and miserable. Then is the |
time to take Dodd’s Kidney Pills. Within
1 hour Dodd’s start to help the kidneys |
drain away these harmful wastes. Soon

your ‘all-in’ feeling is replaced by clear-
headed energy pep. But be sure te
the genuine Dodd's Kidney Pills—2/- |

Se ane” EAE Poe ene @ 2





From Paris

We have just received
the Finest Assortment of

HEAD TIES-
SQUARES

Printed & Woven
Lovely Designs

in

Crepe de chene, Ninon,
Georgette & Pure Silk

$2.64, $2.88,
$3.00

MODERN DRESS
SHOPPE

BROAD STREET.

(From Our London Corre:

LONDON,

T

Research

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THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE





















London Bxpreas Serve

'Guliaies Need

Research
Scientists

he
Se

formation

(By

of a

rvice

Mail.)

Colonial

Was announced
| in London this week by Mr

D

R. Rees-Williams. Colonial Under

Secretary.

The scheme will take

effect from January Ist, he said,

and aims at providing

a service

with salary, terms of service, and
standards comparable with those
for research workers in the United
Kingdom
worker will be given the oppor-

tuni

ty of

earning a

Also the

col

research

ntinuous

pension whether he spends all his
career in the colonies or only part

of
M

it.

r.

Rees-Williams

added

that

the service had been evolved by

the
tlon

abroad

Colonial
with sc

and

Office
ientists
after

in ce
at he
con

olabora-
mme anc
sultation

with the colonial governments to
link together the research work-
ers who are at present scattered

| thro

ughout

the Colonial

Empire

Officers will normally carry out
their work in the Colonial Empire,

but

may

from time

to

time be

required to serve in the United |
Kingdom or elsewhere. The Under

Secr

etary

also

pointed

out

that |

there would be a certain amount |

of
sche

men

me

interche

had

ingeability

for life.

| liams said that although recruit-}
t into’ the

research

field of
improved

in the

between the colonies, to
| prevent an officer being “buried”
; in one colony
| that some 380 projects were now |

He said



colonial
in the}

past two years, there was still a}

grea

ery





t need,

experts.

NOVFIELD

particularly

for soil

i



* thats why MORE
and MORE operators are
changing over to

-MORRIS-COMMERCIAL



Don’t Take .

Water |
Toe Antigua
deat - Sear alee is}

becoming an important junction!
and it is necessary to promote |

attractions which will encourage | ===

intransit passengers to be so fav- |
ourably impressed that they will
not hesitate to visit the island
again.

Exaggerated accounts of the 1948 |
drought made people feel that this
was a place to get in and out of |
as quickly as possible. More than |
one young lady paid excess
baggage on a bottle of water and
then discovered there was
plenty of drinking
able. Until recently,
accommodation at a
notice also constituted an advanced
uncertainty of visiting here for
any length of time.

Fortunately, no water shortage
is likely during 1950 due to the
continuous heavy showers still
prevailing all over the island and
there are many attractive hotels
near the sea and in the city
Hence “the get in get out” atti-
tude should no longer exist

It is difficult to break down the
feeling when intransits go south
to other isiands and tell the ‘Huge
Joke’ of the time wasted at
Antigua’s airport because of faulty
telephone communications and
how they had drive to St.
John’s to find out this or that
Although the fault is remedied the
story goes on

A recent vis'tor
arrived at Coolids
in, not a
sat for a while. then asked
man, “What about: transportation?
How do I get to the city? Oh!
said he, ‘There's transportation,
t will come.” After hanging
round for twenty minutes the
visitor was conveyed to the city



to

ites how he

walked



eld,

He goes to St. Kitts. Soon
he steps off the plane a
offers him assistance Can
take him somewhere? Does he
know anyone? Where would he
like to stay? Instantly, the indi-

after
man

he



oul approached him, he



Se

still }
water avail-|
assurance of |
moment's |





'
| COME EARLY

vidual is lead to feel that in the
neighbouring island there is mors
business alertness. Such questions
are objectionable to most season- |}
ed travellers but today when there
is an increased stream of intran-
sits, some not speaking English
reception arrangements and post-
ers should be of such an obvious
nature that strangers are nadé¢

to feel awkward

Through no fault of their ow
they develop a dislike of the place
and others who know differently
have to spend hours explaining
how really beautiful Antigua is
ind convince them that they are
only false im-

pression



labouring under a



Voies $250,000,000

To Aid W. Berlin

BONN, Germany, Feb. 10,
West Germany’s parliament
against vigorous Communist op

the political situation might be in-
volved. Political bickering stalled
West German Government plan
to spend $850,000,000 to provide
jobs for 1,000,000 unemployed u

| scientists, entomologists and fish-| the Federal Republic.

—Reuter



Long after the price has been forgotten your Morris
er} ommercial trucks will still give daily proof of the sound

British engineering that keeps them on the job. L ypes for every carrying job
—nounicipal or commercial. Long or short chassis with Bodies if desired

FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD.

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Distributors

Phone 4504



|
|

under review, and the aim was! position voted $250,000,000 to-day |
to establish regional organisations| to aid western Berlin. The Bill
rather than small research insti-~| provides for channelling Euro-
| tutes in every colony. pean Recovery Funds and Ger
‘ man Federal Funds for the re-
He suggested thas the scheme | construction of west Berlin powe:
would fulfil the needs of “lifers | station. which had been stripped
(people who intend to do their | by the Russians in the early day
life's vork in the colonies,) the} of the occunation. The measure
| colonial research worker Who} «iso underwrites trade of. west
might want to widen his experi-| sectors of Berlin. It guaran
} ences by going abroad for a few | peer ee ee one
a nee tees that payment for goods
omens manufactured in Berlin for ex-
In conclusion Mr. Rees-Wil-} port, where risks resulting fron





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ADVOGATE

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



Saturday, February 11, 1950



Government Defeats

ACCORDING to constitutional practice.
in any part of the British Empire where
it exists the Government Party in any
elected assembly resigns from office when-
ever it is defeated on major issues. It then
happens that the Opposition is called upon
to form a government or the matter goes
to the country by means of an election.
That is not the case in Barbados.

Within recent weeks the Government
conducted by the Barbados Labour Party
has been defeated on two major issues and
in a third instance on a party issue. The
party has not resigned from power neither
has the Governor, whose right it is to do so,
called on them to resign.

From the time of the introduction of the
Bushe Experiment in 1946 it was under-
stood that in accordance with established
practice, the Officer administering the Gov-
ernment would call on the member most
likely to command a majority in the House
and that member would nominate the other
three members of the Executive Committee
from the House. These would be responsi-
ble for the conduct of government business
and in the event of a defeat in the House,
again in accordance with established prac-
tice, those members would resign from
office.

Acting democratically, this is the course
which should be followed by any party In
power.

The reasons are not far to seek. If a party
in power can be defeated, and especially
is an indica-

retains the

on more than one occasion, 1t
tion that that party no longer
confidence of the majority nor the control
in the assembly, of the deciding vote.
Within recent weeks two resolutions
have come down to the House
Executive. The one was for ten
token vote, and this was reduced by three
dollars on the vote of the House not merely
as a rejection but as a mark of disapproval
of the principle of leave passages for teach-
ers and prior to the adoption of such a
rs of the Civil

from the
dollars, a

policy in respect of mi mbe
Establishment.

In this the stronges
tion of the Government Party there was
d the rejection

case for the resigna-

the reduction of a vote an
of two principles involved. The Leader of
the House objected to the sending of the
resolution to a Committee and in attempt-
ing to marshal his forces in support of the
passing enjoined them to act like men and
not like mice. The vote was lost,

The most recent the appoint-
ment of a delegate to represent the House
of Assembly at the installation of H.R H.
Princess Alice as Chancellor of the West
indian University. The Government party
suggested the appointment ol Mr. Speaker
delegate of the House. That party
Government

issue wa

+

as the
represents the view Of the
and so it could be inferred that this selec-
tion was the desire of the Government.
On this vote the Government was decisive-
ly defeated; and although it was not a
major issue, it is clear that the party can
no longer carry out its will which in fact
is the will of the Government on the mem-
bers of the House, unless it meets the ap-
proval of the opposition.

If, as has been pointed out, constitutional
practice demands that the party in power
should command the majority vote in order
to carry on the affairs of the country, then
that practice no longer obtains in the
House of Assembly of Barbados. The alter-
native clearly is for the Party in power to
act in accordance with that practice and
resign, leaving the Governor free to call on
the Opposition to assume the duties of
office or to dissolve the General Assembly
in order that there may be a general elec-
tion. It is not the first time that the Gov-
ernment Party has been defeated but the
indications have not been as pointed as
they are today.







RESPONSIBILITY

faa t= Responsibility At A Dazzlingly Early Age ---
That's The Lure Of Submarines

Hy Ludovic Kennedy

THERE are two great attrac-
tions in the submarine service.

The first is the independence
which life in a small ship always
gives the feeling of being a mem-
ber of a small, compact team,
all of whom know and trust each
other.

And the second is the oppor-
tunity offered for accepting re-
sponsibility.

There is no other branch oi
the Navy which offers so much
responsibility to its members at
so young an age. The first
lieutenant of a sybmarine, on
whom the safety of the whole
vessel rests when diving and sur-
facing, may not be more than 21
or 22: the man at the wheel may
still be in his "teens.

/ Those in submarines say that
| there is no more danger in their
j service than in any other branch

of the Navy. But this is denied
| both by the terrible casualties of
| the war (far higher than other
and the accidents
with regrettable
} peace-time. The
Admiralty recognises the risks in-
| volved by granting a rate of pay
| equivalent only to pilots in the
| Fleet Air Arm.
}
i
}

| branches),
which occur
regularity in

Despite the risks all officers and
men who go into submarines are

| volunteers. And there are always
many more candidates t han
vacancies,

Stiff Test
AN officer or man who is ac-
cepted initially for submarines









THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

going submarine, to complete his
training.

Among the volunteers there are
occasionally one or two who feel
they will not be able to stand the
strain of submarine life.

They are given every encourage-
ment to ask to be transferred be-
fore they find themselves in a
position where their mess-mates’
lives depend on them: they are
then sent back to general service
without any discredit to them.

Thus—like the Spartans—it is
only the fittest who survive.

The submarine flotillas are a
part of the Fleet, and yet they
are apart from it. They carry
out the same exercises and
regular peace-time duties “show-
ing the flag’ and “policing the
Empire’—but their crews do not
mix with the rest of the Fleet as
the men of the battleships, cruis—
ers, and destroyers do.

They do not live in their boats,
except on prolonged exercises like
the recent Arctic expedition, but
in a depot-ship which generally
anchors a little way from the
Fleet.

On return from exercises the
boats tie up on either side of the
depot-ship so that, by evening,
she looks Jike a large and portly
hen brooding over her chickens.
All submariners like this feeling
of being detached from the rest
of the Fleet, of being, as some of
them call it, in “e private Navy.”

‘The Trade’

IN the first war the men of the

jhas to go through a very stiff a P :
| medical test called PULLHEMS. submarine service were Know” 00
| This stands for physical fitness, enc other aol e they 2 ‘
| upper limbs, locomotion, hearing mergers, and even now they re $8
| eyesight, mental capacity, anc succinctly to their calling as
| emotional stability—the last tw« “The Trade” i
| being almost the most important After an initial five years ser-
lof the lot , vice in submarines, every officer
and man must return to general
On passing this test the volun- service for two yéars. After that
|teer goes to H.M.S Dolphin, at they may either return to sub-
| Fort Blockhouse, Gosport, the marines or remain in general
| hea iquarters of Submarine Com- service. Few, very few, désert
|}mand, for a four hs’ course “The Trade.”
|covering a 1 of a Submarine life is a short one.
submarine At the age of 35 a man is con-
During this course he must test sidered too old for further ser-
out the es an exact vice, and must be content with
treplica of that u by a sub- duties in a larger ship or a job
marine crew str d on the ashore.
bottom—from the f of a huge Some officers and men _ are
indoor tank. At the end of the lucky to be taken on at Fort
a sea- Blockhouse or in one of the

ee he is appointed to

The Paintings

Harrison

John Harrison, whose recent
work is on show at the Museum
throughout this month, is a painter
who is at home in the sun. This
does not mean that he attempts to
paint effects of atmosphere—-for
he is not concerned with deceiving
the eye, but rather that the ex-
uberance of his patterns and his
|e lour could be born only in the
strong light of the South.
and directness of his

that his artistic

|parentage is more Latin than
British. Indeed, there are marked
strains of Dufy and Matisse and
even a trace of the early Picasso
in his make-up; but these frankly
aceepted influences have been
fused into the basis of a fresh and
individual style. He is not at-
tached to any—ism, and
the work of a young and know-
ledgeable painter, is a retresning
thing to tind ata period when Ism-
ism or Ismitis (to suggest
ugly words for the same ugly
thing) poses the barriers of s9

The clarity
work suggest

many narrow creeds between the

questing eye and the light of day
Mr. Harrison paints as he

that, in

two

does

By G. D. Aked

He revels over the fascinating
surface of what he has described
as ‘a delicious, shallow world,’
noting with brevity and instan-
taneous delight the posture of an
idle youth, the arabesque of leaves
the many-masted waterfronts and
the proud azure of the sea. He
has defined the limits of his gar-
den, and cultivates it without
pretensions. No heart-searchings
are to be seen here; no striving
after profundity; no Sturm und
Drang; no sign of the crises of
Man and of our Age. It would be
interesting to see his reactions to
the grimmer scene of the North;
but to demand such a test as the
measure of his capacity would be
about as reasonable as to expect
Harlequin to play in the garments
of Pantaloon.

The content of these pictures is
often highly complicated. The
Bridgetown careenage, for exam-
ple, which looks so paintable at

a first glance, may be found on
closer examination to be so chaotic

because that is the way he likes in form that one despairs of mak-

to paint; and the obvious pleasure

ance gives added enjoyment tc

the spectator.





so sure a touch that they may give

» ing any selection. But Mr. Har-

Of John



LONDON, (By Mail).

' Women voters outnumber men in Britain,

os a 5
; i _ | put it’s the other way round as far as parlia-
depot-ships, and so can “keep iD) mentary representation is concerned.

touch.” Others, who are trans-
ferred to battleships or other)
ships of the Fleet, find the wrench
harder. ‘
Nervous Strain
THE life itself is a hard one.)

| next House.

strain of diving and surfacing, |
and remaining for hours two or!
three hundred feet below the sur-|
no job in the world which calls |
for sounder nerves,

ment. i i
. | munists.

This exceptional temperament, |
combined with a natural love of}
the sea, has made the men of the

British submarines one

this century.

ean also understand not the fears’
which submarine men have—but}|
the kind of troubled delight.

Except for the Germans, who
overcame their natural ineptitude
for the sea by a faqrmidable
technical efficiency and remark-

bute belongs to no other nation.
The Japanese never had it. Nor
have the Russians.
Courage
THE invincible spirit of the |

epitomised in this wartime story.

Towards the end of the war, at
a periog when our losses in
submarines had been particularly
heavy, a boat was returning from
patrol across the North Sea. She
had been badly damaged by
mine off the German coast and
was unable to dive.

A British aircraft on patrol, not
expecting to meet her, took her
to be a U boat and started a
bombing attack.

sure

Despite frenzied signals from
the submarine, the attack con-
tinued. While it was at its height

the captain of the submarine sent] as Parliamentary sedretary ito the Food |

a radi message to his base: a : z |
tiny pected nee arrival 1400 1F Ministry, Dr. Summerskill emerged from|
friendly aircraft stops bombing the gruelling “question time” in the Com-
me.” mons with a reputation for tart, factual re- |

Courage takes many disguises.
None knows it better than the
men of the submarine service.

—L.ES.

West.

relevant to his first impression he
contrives to fuse the disorder into

back the initial shock of pleasure.



drawing, the distortions which his
sensibility sometimes demands,|
and the scorn of irrelevant facts
might give to an uncritical ob-|
server an effect of naivety. The
epithet could even be justified; but
only in a limited sense, and one
far removed from the quality
which characterises the work of
a primitive painter. The primitive
is naive through his inability to
be otherwise. He is probably try-
ing hard to draw correctly; but
his powers of selection are un-
tutored, and the charm of his work ;
is the result not of conscious] cent of

munity is

Harrison’s drawing on the other)
hand {
degree of sophistication and the
ability to disregard such rae
erations of accuracy as contribute|
nothing to his victure.
| cattle.
This summary method
achieve magnificent results;

may

¢ That’s because there are only 106 women
Not everi the toughest submariner) among the 1,600-odd candidates for the Feb.
is immune to the psychological) 53 jeneral election. Last time, the 24 success-
ful women were drawn from a total of 87
candidates. On that basis, less than 30 women
face of the sea. There is probably | can expect to win seats in the next Commons.
ee sae | oo ae a igmorertivs aoe —
| dates so far is rom Labour ranks,
ment, a more balanced tempera-| 7 i. .a1s, 27 conservatives and nine Com-

In the last House, there were 21 Labour
;women M.Ps.,
of the| Liberal. The number of Labour women sub-
most formidable fighting forces {| sequently was reduced to 19.
ie Geary: etersiond ‘a A highlight this time will be a straight
meme eae oe Pc Seda you | fight between women in several constitu-
encies. One of the leading personalities in-

| volved is Lady Tweedsmuir, Conservative, |
who will oppose Mrs. Olive Cruchley in
Aberdeen South.

Mrs. Cruchley, a London barrister,
Socialist. Lady Tweedsmuir at 34 is consid-
5 r ‘-| ered one of the most photogenic women in
able physical courage, this attri-| British politics. Her husband is a 39-year-old |
former Canadian army infantry officer who}
sits on the Conservative front bench in the
House of Lords.

If the election were conducted purely as
submarine service may perhaps be| a popularity poll, one woman would be almost
of a seat. She is Lady Megan Lloyd
George, known as the “mother” of the mother
of Parliaments.

At 47, Lady Megan has served 20 years as
Liberal member for Anglesey, winning un-
@| challenged claim to seniority among “the
ladies of the House.”

Lady Violet Bonham Carter, another out-
standing Liberal although not a member of
the House, has announced that she will not
be a candidate.

Outstanding among Socialist women can- |
didates is Dr. Edith Summerskill, famed for
her daunting eye and mastery of food facts, |

plies, although her fondness for give-and-take |
outside the parliamentary chamber some- |
times resulted in adverse publicity. Dr. Sum-
Sherskill is defending her old seat, Fulham |
Â¥

One of the youngest women in the West-
minster stakes will be Margaret Roberts, 24-|%
year-old grocer’s daughter who has been
| chosen Conservative candidate. in. Dartford, |
Kent. Lady Elizabeth Pakenham, wife of the|
| civil aviation minister, is prospective Labour }
candidate for Oxford City. She has four sons |
and four daughters. a
to fus 1 i Women. first entered British politics ac-)
a coup d’oeil image which gives) tively in 1918. First \
| Viscountess Aster. Full equality of suffrage |
The summary character of the} was obtained in 1928.—Can. Press. :

° r
Anti-Fly Town
KADUNA, Nigeria, (By Mail). |
A new town is rising in Northern Nigeria. |
It is named Takalafiya, which means “walk |
in health.” It was built because of a fly.
One mile east of the thriving new com-|
the squalid,
town of Old Anchau. Until recently 80 per|
its 2,500 inhabitants suffered from
effort but of his innate qualities} guinea-worm infection |
as an artist. The simplicity of Mr.| Water, One third of them had sleeping sick- |
'g the product of a high; "€SS, caused by the dread tsetse-fly.
Takalafiya was built as part of a mass
campaign against the tsetse-fly, a blood-suck-
ing insect which infects both humans and

The new town is seen by British colonial
but] administrators as the symbol of a new Africa.

that he takes in his own perform-

These paintings are done with

rison never allows himself to be
» drawn into digressions concerning
the nature and structure of its
various parts. By the rigid sup-

pression of all details that are not Priest,
ET

used by the unwary it may lead It has
all too easily to superficiality. ith as
was the tool of the Fauves,
even with Matisse, their High! and a spacious
it gave 7 ras “merly
Varying auality; for Matisse, in he town of Old Anchau was formerly

results of very

centre of local

wide, mahogany-lined streets, an ele-|
yet) mentary school, modern medical dispensary

Only 24 of the 640 members elected to the ||
last House of Commons were women and |‘
| there’s not likely to be many more in the| =

|

two Conservative and one

is al



|





sitting member was}

densely-populated |

caused by impure}

market.

government for the Anchau

LSPPPPOSS

POSPSS

a superficial
Yet freshness

complished artist

have made that cool light on the

forehead just too
or just too light

omitting these few subtle notes of
violet, have left the painting of the
shirt dull and monotonous,

The West Indian scene

material which

pathetic to Mr. Harrison’s manner.

impression of ease

ean
with such succPpss
exercising of much sensibility and
skill, Look carefully
hand figure in no.

be achieved
oniy by the

What's on Today

Intercolonial Cricket, Ken-
sington at 11.30 a.m,

Two Cricket Teams from the
Devonshire will play at
Queen’s Park at 2.00 p.m.

Two Football Teams from
the “Devonshire” will play
at Y.M.P.C. at 4.30 p.m.

Dance in honour of BG.
Cricketers, Queen's Park
at 9.00 p.m.

at the left-
5. A less ac
might so easily
warm in colour
in tone, or, by

offers

is clearly sym-



their responsibilities quite the
b 1



of Spanish

my opinion, is like the Little Gir)
who had a Little Curl : when he is
good he is very, very good, but
when he is bad he is quite uncom-
monly horrid. None of the pictures
in this exhibition touches the in-
spired vision of Matisse at his
best; but far less do they show
any tendency to sink to those
depths of boredom and vulgarity
of Matisse at his worst. Mr. Har-
rison rides a horse of uncertain
temper; but he rides it on the
curb, and his work is always con-
trolled by good taste and a feeling
for style.





new



area. Now a corridor in the district has been
made safe from the sleeping sickness disease

by slashing down the trees and bushes where
ee ee e trees and bushes where DA COSTA & CO., HI

Sixteen model villages have been built in
! smaller
communities have been provided with san-

the 700-square-mile corrido1

itary, cement-lined wells.

The disease-prevention scheme was made
possible by a grant of £125,000 under Bri-
Development and Welfare

tain’s Colonial
Act. e

Know Why It Is Called A Calypso ?

and



To The Editor,—The Advocate.

SIR, — A correspondent in a
West Indian paper asks why
Calypso is used to describe the
Trinidad songs? :

Before the experts rush in to
answer I would like to have a
guess myself.

Calypso, everyone who was
educated at Harrison College will

Odysseus, so he just kept moving
along back home: Whep the tour-
ist ship disappeared . over the
horizon Calypso’s heart burst, as
she, told Odysseus it would, and
she died.

it is quite clear to me that the
icinidadians cal) their songs
Calypsos because although they
have a jolly good time running
through their songs the note of

opposite to, the clerks in many
other government departments.

Many of us who went to Cura-
cao and Trinidad during the wart
years can tell the public in Bar-
bados how much our success in
those islands was due to the early
help we got from the Public
Library.

If the Government would spend

teachers until
graduates should become available.
So successful was this policy,
and so wide the recognition of its
timeliness, that by a year after
the end of the war, the number of
secondary schools teaching the
language had risen from 250 to
nearly 400.

To-day, however, new graduates

the past three years is continued,
the number would be just over
five, or little more than one. a
year. And I have little doubt that
other universities would tell a
similar tale.”

WATCHER.

Bus Manners
SIR,—I would like to draw to
your attention and. so to that of

tors are unable to keep them in
order.

In one instance this week one
driver joking while sitting at the
back of the "bus called on the
other In charge of the vehicle t
drive off. Fortunately people ir
the bus saw what was happening
and called out to the careless
driver who merely avoided ar
accident. This behaviour on pub-|





tell you, was a Queen. The grief and sadness is always there ten per cept. of the huge amounts are not appeari
? 3 i sé ss is always e 4 7 appearing as > hs asain ae oe : ee aki ah | ae
daughter of Atlas, sometimes *' Etymologists! your turn spent yearly on the elementary pected = = = — general public a matter which 4 conveyances should not be | - ‘ar
- uly SUS 3 . A =o . < i. 7 é 70 to a re: ‘ause eatiefs a we |
identified with Oceanus or > schools it would be better spent business, at far Rieter Satalion ae eee tht - dissatisfaction aia 2AG | Carr's Sweet
Nereus, she was Queen of the OLD HARRISONIAN, on the community, than they could get in school "i Siemon OD Op ee er |
island of Ogygia. Z BOOK WORM From — . > } ocolates
an cas eume. slong i Bookworm’s Praise : oo ter = SS oe On many ae there are times No Difference—But 1% Boxes of Ch -
a - . iris . . She 2an ak an aurin e ay whe £ . § e
an early tourist bent, the ripe So The Rater, The Adwocate Spanish Shortage timely work, but if the trend light "oak there con halt be Matrons Have It i
licity Committee of Ogiggia ft ae % ee : o ‘ _ continues, the long-term result > ' mf —In reference to your let- | CROWN DRINKS.
all over him and sure welcomed sik,—it wee f pleasure to nn SIR.—Professor E. Allison Peers will be disastrous. The supply of eines on on the "bus; but such the as - of tone oil
rf read a & » , . ‘ ,r «a ante : : " - é re ao » Tex “ f1¢ cate oO »>bruary
that traveller Od. Pees bg ° We your dary comments in a letter to the Times teachers is already so onal ‘that a _ a constitute respectable ins wan adi ees
Calypso actually’ persuaded pape by ngewe ; one Brees on the poor salaries paid to teach- some schools have had to drop ona id "ie Cones leave their gards to married women’s ss
sn hy Ape Phare ly ott toe Lil sy ; ‘aft and courtesy of the ers relative to the attractions of the language from sheer A ability haw oa It rs early to 9 our, would you be kind anti
: ‘ . “ ibrar staff. nme ie = . ai SS r nadbi snc ing. i is ; > rn _ J > 1 ug o
and linger with her no less than 7 a OT ta non-academic employment. He & obtain one. Uniess for somé that th ~ ee this time teli me t is the differen 18 ro *
seven years : now go further by saying quotes “Spanish, a language of the time a high proportion of h aa ue he members of the staffs of tween sind kon ence be- |
' that the Public Library is the greatest importance for our export graduates in Spanish 5 in i. Meee, of these "bus Companies get type of shoals eae oe and the}
But after seven years Odysseus most efficient office in the island. trade. taught before 1939 in about schools, the d anish go i ito the on the buses in company with day? F; ers in Barbados to- |
uid O Gee hat the | You have only to be in touch 250 secondary sch ype! gata om} pero quick servants returning from carryir . a 7 in my opinion I}
: ; 250 secondary schools, which was become accentuated. Concre ook Se Sis 1 carrying see f¥ ' : 8
Here am I buried altye Wi with Librarian for a few badly hit in m of them dh ag we have at th F I c = 3 ove o Town and behave matt ; By x ORDER EARL
dame Calypso whe my 1 Ok mah, to notice how different the war by the calling-up of the undergra banbes Sah gests "f = rst | u © ris ; %
rns for mé ypso } ror xy head e » ; Is ts ; . < wharf ; :
i snc gpanaanbea Ma wee a ae her HORS at Depart- only person qualified to teach it. years, will be takin ish ho They 1 r flere much x
of cou! ‘ ke ‘ a nts He is always willing to From 1943 onwards. through the ours degree pg te sai sealer ey nake remarks and carry ifs i much s ¥ Y %
going so fered t make him help you out in any difficulty. { r entality of the Hispanic portions were maint ah pro- ot cor versations with some of gla) 5 ve ier %
you ( ter clerks afd jar Council, active steps were taken of U would Pareumpren Mp : vese servants at the top of their But th vel bug had bitten all very active and alert to instruct and train potent oe | © going wu oices and because they are men “ee a e st l x
1d train potentia B h ; “- he aes get t e e in everything s
. ,ARBADOS WIFE
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ATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1950

S.
i eR ineaneenatsnee

' fleralds Hear
} Police Band

CROWD, which in-

ee puny Vesifymen and

. liege Heralds, turned out

oe the Police Band, under

‘4 to heat E. Raison, AR.C.M.,
Capt. ‘a concert for patients of the

pS ics Infirmary On Thurs-
oy re elighted the crowd
| ye bun delehs as well as

with potter C Calypsoes and popu-

ee eemtood that shortly the
be spending a day or
i es ar. C. H. Yearwood,
arden of the Parish.
Prince, tenor soloist of the
and a native of Trinidad,
“Advocate” that the local
» police d was very good but
rome of the Trinidad Po-
= more stylish than



ine al Band.
tha aot the. 008 va Hopper bicycle
| valued $40.00 was reported
Jvor DeAbreau of Collymore
He stated that the bicycle
from outside a resi-
0 at Bay Street on Wednes-

INDSAY WILLIAMS of Para-
ah Beach Club, recently re-
‘sorted the loss of a 6~-volt battery,
3 d $34.00, from a motor car
_fetneng to Messrs. Johnson’s
Garage.
liams stated aes the —_
P ved from the car while
rvs parked outside the same
a yb on December 20.
MOARDED HALL ROAD was
B the scene 8f an accident at
ut 6.20 am. on Thursday. The
ident involved motor lorry
“Wi61, owned by E. O. Layne of
‘Tweedside Road and driven by
ol Alleyne of Kew Road, and
‘a "Sad strian—Helena Devonish—
Boarded Hall Tenantry.
its understood that Devonish
‘walking along the road with
ycket of water on her head.
of the uprights of the lorry
the bucket and Devonish
on her face and was injured.
She was later taken to the Gen~
eal Hospital and detained.
NOTHER ACCIDENT occurred
at Deacons Road, near Bays
, at about 6.45 pm. on
ay last between a motor
owned by Eric Barker of
bury Road and ridden by
y Burnett of Country
"Road, and Lisle Trotman of Bel-
id Land, who was walking along
“the road.
' Both Trotman and Burnett were
slightly injured. The head lamp
; of the cycle was broken and
‘he front rim and left muffler

LETTER from Mr. William

H. Griffith of Cocoanut Hall

ol which was signed by 26

yers of the same district,

read to the St. Lucy Vestry
attheir meeting on Thursday.

He stated: “For the past twenty

“years, residents of Cocoanut Hal)

iilage have been complaining of

be terrible muddy conditions of

d in this district and no efforts

} the improvement has been





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On

Wi
W

this road is the main entrance
iam itis district and I can assure
that great inconvenience has
treated in the removal of
Th chiefly in the rainy season.
Ih addition to all this we have
face the inevitable plight of
ond our canes to the near-
‘@t highway because there is too
‘Much mud for either lorries or
mrs to draw them from the
Att considering the letter the
decided to add this road to
@list of other roads which was
ded to the Colonial Sec-
Mary for transmission to the
Dep mer of Highways and
DO

NOTHER TETTER wnic Was

pees to the attention of

the St. Lucy Vestry was signed
wi F. G. Willoughby of Pie
and nearly 100 ratepayers.

It read: “We the undersigned
“ors, ratepayers and artisans
ithe Parish of St, Lucy do here-
eee fully request that you,
ody, meet us to discuss the

i

(a) The proposed building of
enew rectory or the reconstruc-
the present one, and the
Moposed building of new Nurses’
u at the Almshouse,
We further request that the
ing be held before any ad-
wement for tenders for the
ion or reconstruction of
Proposed buildings is made.
awe aware of the fact that as
Sstty, you have borrowed
for the erection and for
Teconstruction of the aiore-
mentioned buildings, Various
§ are afloat, not as to your
, but as to the plan you
e to lb in the execution

t

le feel it our duty to refrain

mom offering any criticism and
your attention facts that

t possibly overlook, bear-

Mind the fact that this
in,.Wil have to be repayed
* interest attached, by the
pac “sal a of every taxpayer

the Vestry gave
i =i and

: this letter con-
it was decided to
Tae, Mr. Willoughby, acknow-

Decision
Reversed

Their Honours of
tant Court of Appeal Mr.
Chenery and Mr. H.
yesterday reversed
Mr. S. H. Nurse,
trate of District
had imposed

Assis-
. W.B.
A. Se
decisions of
Police Magis-
“C” Mr. Nurse
a fine of 20/- and
1/- costs on Kennéth Best, Felix
Walker, Gordon Boyce, Majorie
Gilkes and Alphonso Walker of

Speightstown, St. Peter. They
were found guilty of not having
had their houses brick nogged

compliance with the regulation.
© case was prosecuted b S

Thompson, Sor
Their Honour Struck out the

case as no offence was proved
ete

Acting Chief Judge
Admits Wills
To Prebate

With His Honour th i
Juage, Sir Allan Collymore aa
mM st. Lucia altenaing a sitting
or the West Indian Court OL
Appeal, the High Court was
presided Over by His Honour Mr.
G. L. Taylor, Acting Chiet Justice,
yesterday. Mr, Taylor is Presj-
dent of the Assistant Court of
Appeal,

In the Court of Ordinary he

granted three petitions for letters
of administration, an@ admitted
to probate the wills of nine
persons,
4 First petition was that of John
Graham ot Carrington Village, St.
Michael 1 Messenger, the constitut-
ed Attorney of Elise Miller of
U.S.A. for Letters of Administra-
tion with the will annexed of
John Hampden Graham late of
Stewart Hill, St, John, deceased,
The Will was admitted to probate
on 26th September, 1913,

Next petition granted was that
filed by Abdulhai Mahmud Patel
of Spry Street, Bridgetown, Sales-
man the constituted attorney of
Mohamed Mohmed of Tavua,
Fiji, Esquire, to estate of Ismail
Mohamed Mamadh late of Liter.
Row, Bridgetown,

The last petition was that of
Ermine Waterman of Pickwick
Gap, Kensington Tenantry, St.
Michael, widow, to the estate of
her husband Goulbourne Water-
man late of this Island.

The Wills admitted to probate
were those of, Annie Evelyn
Seale, William Pazare Douglas
(St. Michael); William Francis
Corbin (St. Peter); Henrietta
Marshall (St. Michael); Ia
Leslie Grannum (St. Michael) ;
Frances Chase (Christ Church);
Rosalie Elvira Bynoe (Christ
Church); Simeon Horatio Goddard
(St. Philip); Jane Campbell (St.
Lucy).

His Honour allowed the re-
sealing of probate of the Will of
Gertrude Blair Slater, late of
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, under
section 37 of the Court of Ordin-
ary Act, 1891. (

ary



Decree Absolute
Granted

In the Court for Divorce and
Matrimonial Causes yesterday His
Honour the Acting Chief Judge,
Mr. G. L. Taylor, granted decree
absolute in the suit of D, E.
Edghill (Petitioner) and C. D.
Edghill (Respondent). In this
Suit decree nisi was pronounced
on December 23 last year.

Mr. E. K. Walcott, K.C. in-
structed by Messrs. G. L. W.
Clarke & Co. represented the
petitioner,

Decree absolute was also grant-
ed in the suit of G. E. King
(Petitioner) and I. M. King (Re-
spondent). Decree nisi was
pronounced on December 9 last
year.

The
person,

petitioner appeared in



Fined For
Inflicting Wound

A fine of £3 to be paid in in-
stalments or 2 months’ imprison-
ment was imposed on Burleigh
Gill, a 39-year-old porter of Ivy
Land, on Thursday by His Worship
Mr. H. A. Talma.

He was found guilty of having
wounded Howard Cordeau on
February 1.

Overloaded "Bus
Costs 20/- Fine

Coleridge Welch of Clifton Hill
St. Thomas was fined 20/- to be
paid in one month or in default



THE

“GLORIA MAY” SANK
130 MILES OFF B.G.

FOUR OF THE CREW of 99-ton Schooner “Gloria May”

arrived at Barbados from Cc
by B.W.IALL. They were

Charles Clarke, and Alfred He:
bers of the crew arrived on Th
Bridgetown, crowds gathered

aracas via Trinidad yesterday
James Rice, Ames Nelson,

to hear something of their experience.

Among the six way arrived the
bro # hy nog the 22-year-old
00) oseph DeRouge w
Barbadian. eo

Dressed ina grey ‘jitterbug’ shirt
with pents to match and wearing
brown casuals, DeRogue sttolled
around Bridgetown yesterday to
say hello to all his friends.

He looked none thes worse for
his experience. He told the
“Advocate” that he was glad to
be at home again. He was
anxiously awaiting the opportun-
ity to go to sea again but not
under the same circumstances,

The story of the tragedy,
according to DeRouge, is : The
“Gloria May” left British Guiana
on Wednesday, December 21 about
5.30 p.m. for Barbados. The
following day between 7 p.m. and
8 p.m., bad weather stepped in.
The sea was rough. There were
squalls and rain fell continuously.

About 9 o’clock that same night,
the weather grew worse and the
mainmest fell out. Luckily, it
fell against the foremast and no
one was hurt.

When the mainmast came away.
it caused the vessel to leak in
the bottom.

Captain’s Orders

During this time, Captain
Graham was at the wheel and he
gave orders “stick to the pumps”,
Three pumps were in use but
they could not control the inflow
of water.

The “Gloria May” was then
about 130 miles North of the
British Guiana light house. Land
was not in sight neither could
they make back for British
Guiana.

Within half an hour after the
leak was developed, the bow of
the vessel went under and it sank,
Before the “Gloria May” sank,
one of the life boats was washed
off the deck.

Every body was off the ship in
the rough sea, making their way
through bags of charcoal that had
washed off the deck.

A flash of lightning came and
the other lifeboat was seen afloat.

The crew of 1 yot into the life
boat. Nothing was seen nor heard
of Captain Graham and the two
passengers who were on their way
here. No signs were left of any-
thing except the bags of charcoal
which were afloat.

No food, no water, no course, no
oar locks—just two knives, five
oars, the suits of clothing to their
backs and hats which served as
bailers, these the men had saved.
The seas were breaking into the
small boat, which he feared would
have sunk at anytime, and they
just kept bailing out the water
and drifted with the tide.

On Christmas Eve, the weather
held up but the rain continued to
fall. The ten men held their coats
to catch some of the rain water
which they drank to keep them

alive.
Land Ahead

That day, they saw and reached
land, ana found a river from
which they got fresh water. They
saw a tomato tree which bore 12
green tomatoes and they divided
tnem evenly among themselves,
This was on Venezuela,

They slept that- night under
their boat which they had hauled
up. Some of the men caught colds
by sleeping in the wet clathing.

Leaving that beach, they arrived
at another beach on December 31.
Starving and weak, they crawled
ashore in search for food. All they
saw there were guavas, sweet
cassava and dry corn which tiiey
ate raw.

iNight*came and they slept again
after battling against mosquitoes
and sand flies.

Next morning, they trailed the
beach again in search of food.
This time they only saw foot-
prints of animals.

On January 3, the men saw two
Indians and they went towards
them, Then they saw a Capuchin
Missionary of the Venezuelan Gov-
ernment who took them to his
home.

There they were given food and
clothing. Two days later, they
were taken to a little village
where they had to make a state-
ment.

Next step of their wandering
was to Ciudad where they were
received by Mr. Sutherland who
came for them in a Government
boat. Accommodation there was
much better. From Ciudad they
were taken by Spanish plane to
Trinidad and finally, they were
sent home.

De Rouge said that he was told

JOSEPH DE ROUGE,
22-year-old cook cf ill-fated
schooner “Gloria Muy”.



‘Blue Waters’
Should Have
Been Built

The island’s hotels are packed
with guests, and there is hardly
room for more, the “Advocate”
has been informed, and Mr. J,
O’Dowd Egan, one of the promin-
ent business men interested in the
Hotel Business yesterday con-
firmed the report,

He blamed the restrictions which
had made the building of “Blue
Waters” Hotel impossible, and said
that if they had been allowed to
import from America and Canada
the material necessary for erecting
that hotel, there would not be that
shortage of accommodation now
that devaluation of the pound is
bringing so many Americans to
the British West Indies.

When an American leaves the
States with say $4,000 and comes
to Barbados, his money is increased
by about 70 per cent because of
devaluation. Tourists from Vene-
zuela are in an even better
position, because they get a
premium when they change their
native Bolivares into dollars, plus
an addition to those dollars when
they come to a sterling area like
Barbados.

Mr. Egan thinks the situation
is a gloomy one, that will con-
tinue to be gloomy unless there is
an ease-up on the import restric-
tions from the dollar areas.

Steel Drums In
Pyramid Form

A thousand steel drums, form-
ing a sort of pyramid, were
packed up on the waterfront yes-
terday opposite the bond of Messrs
S. P. Musson, Son & Co., Ltd.

These drums arrived by C.N.S.,
“Canadian Challenger” from Hali-
fax on Wednesday:

They were just returning to the
island as they took up fancy
molasses to Canada during 1949,
shipped by Messrs Barbados Pro-
ducers and Packers Ltd.

The drums will be used again
this year for taking molasses to
Canada.

4 Murdered
@ From page 1.

fired a snot through the window
which scared Poka behind a par-
tition in the room leading into the
kitchen where his wife’s dead
body lay on the floor. Hintzen
then climbed the steps and fired
another shot, while villagers
climbed the back-stairs and prod
him with bamboo.

To escape prodding Poka dashed
across the room and was finally
shot in the right leg.

His brother-in-law then entered
and struck the cutlass out of his
hand with a piece of green-
heart and held him while police
rushed in and arrested him.

Poka was taken to hospital for
treatment and will be charged
on Friday with murder.

—(By Cable).









7

PIGEON

adley. The other six mem-
ursday. When they reached
around to greet them and





BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Rio To
London

30 Hours

B.O.A.C, are to introduce their
new Argonaut aircraft on their
route between London and tne
East Coast of South America ana
across the Andes to Santiago
(Chile) on 20th February,

This new service will operate
twice weekly via Lisbon ana
Dakar to Natal, Rio de Janeiro,
Montevideo, 3uenos Aires and
Santiago, one service making an
additional call at Sao Paulo
Brazil). Rio will be reached from
Lonaon in approximately 30
hours, Sao Paulo in 34 hours,
Montevideo in a day and a half
and Santiago in under 2% days
(including a nightstop in Buenos
Aires).

-B.O.A.C. will thus re-establish
the direct air link between Great
Britain and Chile, the rector be-
tween Buenos Aires anc. Santiago
having been suspended for the past
year. The existing York services
on this.route, to be progressively
withdrawn as the Argonaut ser-
vices are built up, do not operate
beyond Buenos Aires. It is at
present expected that all York
aircraft will be withdrawn from
the route before the end of March.

Built in Montreal by Canadair
Ltd., the Argonaut is powered by
four Rolls Royce Merlin engines
and includes much other British
equipment. The aircraft is pres-
surised and, air-conditioned and
is divided into two spacious cabins
seating a total of 40 passengers.

Many of B.O.A.C.’s fleet of 22
Argonauts are already in service
on the Corporation’s routes from
Great Britain to the East and
Far East.

Fuchs Has
Nothing ToSay

@ From page 1.
Investigation had been expected
to send a representative, but he
had not arrived shortly before the
case began.

Christmas Humphreys, Prosecu-
tion Counsel, said he would call
three witnesses to whom Fuchs
had made _— statements orally

“which amount to a confession on
these two charges.” He said he
would ask for Fuchs to be com-
mitted for trial to the Central
Criminal Court.

A London solicitor, *J. Thomp-
son Halsall, represented Fuchs,
who was dressed in a brown tweed |
suit with khaki coloured shirt and
a brown tie. His face, topped with
a thatch of dark hair, whitened
as Humphreys said his oath ot |
allegiance “meant nothing to a!
man whose mind was irrevocably
wedded to Communist principles.”
He alleged that Fuchs said on one
occasion Ife visited the Soviet Em-
bassy in Kensington Palace Gar-
dens,

Humphreys said Fuchs was born
near Frankfurt in 1911 and was
educated at Leipzig. He became
anti-Nazi and in 1932 joined the
German Communist Party. He
then left Germany for France and
England as a refugee from Nazi



oppression. War broke out in
1939 and in 1940 he was interned
in England.

In 1942, Humphreys said, atom-
ie research was being intensified
in more than one country. “The
very finest brains available were
needed to assist in research and
such brains as Fuchs possessed
were very rare indeed,
known and proved to be one of
the finest theoretical physicists
living, and undoubtedly had done
considerable work for British
atomic research. He was exempt-
ed from internment and in due
course his great brain was har-
nessed to atomic research and he
was taken to work with a pro-
fessor in Birmingham University.”

“In July, 1942 he was. natural-
ised and became a British sub-
ject.
oath of allegiance. When he first
entered atomic research before he
was naturalised he signed the
usual security undertaking and
that was done again in 1944.”

That document made it perfect-
ly clear to him how security-
minded he must be and he signed
it. “It is only fair to say,” Hum-
phreys declared, “that he always
looked as being a security-minded
person. But it is now clear that
such an oath of allegiance meant
nothing to a man whose mind was
irrevocably wedded to Commun-
ist principles.”

Humphreys said that in a state-
ment which Fuchs made, he said
that shortly after his release from
internment he was asked to help
a professor at Birmingham Uni-
versity in war work. He accepted
it knowing nothing at first what
the work was about. “When I
learnt about the parece of the

@ On Page 7

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CHOW





He was |

At that time he signed an |}

Rifle hot | ——

The October—November Handi-
cap Spoon Shoot of The Smal
Bore Rifle Club will get under-|
way at their Range on Suna: at
morning, February 12th, 1950, at}
8 o’clock,

They are nineteen members wil
are eligible for “his shoot ana
from the recent scores it is antici-
pated that they will be some very
keen competition.

Owing to the shortage
Targets they were unable to take
this shoot before.

The following is a list of the
eligible members along with their
respective handicaps.

ot

o
|

Mr. P. A. Cheeseman...... 96.9
ee ER Bes ek 97.0¢
tx). Ronee — RIA 93.4)
» C. A...Gomes.... -. 98,25
ai ke. MN 97.35
Major J. E. Griffith........ 97.33
Capt. J. R. Jordan......... 98.7
Mr. H. B. G. Marshall. 93.2
lua’ C. By eRe... Ses 98.9)
Miss J. Nicholls .......... 90.91
Mr. W. A. Richardson... ... 98.00
» T. A. L. Roberts. 96.08
pee GORI ies «iss +. pete
ple: AMMO, Cais aacacn 97.25
9 eee Gs SUCRE cas 95.83
ie Pe OT oS 97.16
Capt. C. R, E. Warner... ... 97.08
Miss D. Weatherhead...... 78.75
Mr. K. S. Yearwood, . 93.25

25 Years Ago

(Barbados Advocate, Fevruary 11,
1925)

The Cunard-Anchor Liner

“Tuscania” at Barbados

On Monday morning the 9th
instant soon after day break the
T.S.\S. “Tuscania’ dropped her
anchor in Cartisle Bay after a
voyage of 10 hours from Port-of-
Spain, Trinidad, in command of}
Captain David W. Bone, with!
nearly 300 tourists on the first |
Cunard West Indies Cruise con- |
Signed to Messrs. Hanschell &|
Co,, the local Agents for the |
Cunard Steamship Co. Ltd. Anchor
Line of New York. The “Tus-|
cania”, built in 1922 by Fairfield |
Ship Building and Engineering |
Company of Glasgow, in 16,893 |
tons gross, registered with a dis-|
placement of 24,000 tons: She is|
a new oil burning turbine liner |
with twin screws. Her length}
overall is 580 feet 2 inches and
breadth 70 feet. |

Draft on cruise being 26 feet. |
When not cruising she operates ,
a service between Glasgow, Lon-
donderry and New York, but was
primarily intended for the service



between Italian Ports and New
York. She is designed both in
hull and internal fittings to com-
, bine in her construction all the|

improvements that moder n|
science and long experience can
suggest. The “Tuscania” is of
large size and handsome appear-
ance, having a straight stem and

cruiser stern, two steel pole masts
and a well
elliptical

proportioned funnel,
in shape.










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a ating receipt of his letter one month’s imprisonment by on arrival here that the rumour SEA ISLAND COTTON CELLULAR AND « |
‘ would ent, the St. ers His Worship Mr. E. A: ~— went around that the “Gloria May GOAT CHOW . |
| nim and other Q he was foun iti iana leaking. He
S oy 4 p.m. on Thursday, we ok having qacuas his oe rae that the leak INTERLOCK ATHLETIC VESTS
VY 5 ; = hen the
F bus G-94, on December 24 0M was onlz developed w a |
i Leeward Parmer . oe Palmetto Street. mainmast came away. two of Purinds best No Sleeves and Trunk foraveess. '
é ave start-
By Work, : a
x tradi for as mae Fined 20/- For No Reply and obtainable from AERTEX CELLULAR VESTS
macy Porters and Sandy /- : :
i ? yenty-two-year-old Charles NE * —Lower Broad St.
e Blocking Road Clesiee a6 Duke “Street, who was H. JASON JONES & Co.,Ltd. Short Sleeves, ankle length pants and Trunk drawers
cent E SEMMON a sailor on the “Gloria May,”
S, B.A., re- a sailor on Glor } nm Seaeeeeagaa a,",","
Bay, ppointed Rector of Herbert Bullen of Dumiogee Oe eae ee sanereny 5. ane eSB BRR a Se WHITE SILK WRMUNNS ria... eee $3.67
\ ee Over his second Road Bank Hall was fined 20/- nev “ id
N oe ne and 1/- cost to be paid in 14 ome re a, Ree, Pen PCOS
S Batbarcos : occurre ©N or one month’s imprisonmen y é aid t at after water began | REG SHIRTS
ead at about 10 His Worship Mr. H. A. Talma for He said that ¢ na Q AL CONSULATE WOOL s Ts
1 , : - Sen eh 7 rus he boat Captain 0o HIR
BB Mauss, '2st between motor jot removing the vehicle X-787 Pushing se. to his cabin’ and For UICK Trubenised Coll ttached Collar attached, nak for cricket and
. on ' ety by Chelston on Government Hill when asked eae a x tie minutes | Ollars attache te $9.42
€ Ivy, and a bicycle ; ble to do so, OCKe 2. ES: t Ni I Sov tas has gel ome ae 4 M
minedden: - 09, & police. consta later Captain Graham handed ce designs also Pin Stripes
Be Coecian by Alfred Lov It was placed in such a position him a bag with his shoes. DEPENDABLE VAN wEusiee eine i
front ro 1 as to cause an obstruction, The Charles. said: “Before the| een $4.10 & $5.43
eC €el and handle bar offe ao ¢ itted o n Dec- al COLLARS Styles Ll & So an 1
4 ¥ele y were damaged offence was commi Captain locked the door again ION
A abo's Grae, emir 8 ran ate ss “Sat PRESCRIPT a ae rn
hesday a fire of unk aint coming.” KHAKI SHIR’
fn Croke out at a . > ae FOOTBALL HOSE
Christ Chur ah otton Planta Hawker Fined £3 He said that the Captain didj Good Quality and Shades 2 Stri tt bl
of f , and destroyed t reply but again locked him- : pes ai top in ue, gold, {
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work I decided to inform Russia
and establish it through another
member of the Communist Party,’
his alleged statement said.

“Since that time,” Fuchs’ al-
leged statement continued, he had
continuous contact with persons
completely unknown to him, and
whatever information he gave
was communicated to the Russian
authorities. From then on there
was a continuous passing of in-
formation relating to atomic
energy at frequent intervals.”

“This was on his own initiative,
no approach having been made to
him. He confined the information
he gave to the product of his oNn
brains but as time went on this
developed into something. He
realised he was carrying his life
in his hands, but he had done this
since his underground days in
Germany.”

The Prosecutor said he added
that in case there was any doubt
that the communications were
made. to Russia, Fuchs said just
betore his written statement that
some meeting was in London, and
that on one occasion he visited
the Soviet Embassy in Kensington
Palace Gardens.

Humphreys said: “How jnuch of
ithe results of his own research and
how much of the information ac-
quired from his colleagues he had
given away to the Russian author-
ities, it is undesirable and un-
necessary that I should reveal.
But you will hear evidence from



an expert that what he did re- |

veal was of the highest value to a
potential enemy.”

Fuchs had said that Dr. Alan
Nunn May, the London University
Scientist, who wis sentenced in
1946 to ten years imprisonment for
disclosing atomic secrets had taken
money as a token payment. Fuchs
accepted the £100 “regarding this
as symbolic payment signifying
his subservience to the cause, but
his reason was unswerving deyo-
tion to the cause of Russian Com-
munism,” the Prosecutor said.

Counsel read a statement alleg-



edly made by Fuchs in which he |

said, “I had complete confidence
in Russian policy and I had no
hesitation in giving all the in-
formation I had. I believe the
Western Allies deliberately al-
lowed Germany and Russia to

fight each other to the death,”

“When I learned about the pur-
poses of my work at Harwell, I
decided to inform Russia.”

“T used my Marxian philosophy
to.conceal my thoughts _ which
had to be separated into two com-
partments.” Counsel added, “he
seems to be a loyal Englishman
by adoption but inwardly un-
known to all about him he was a
political fanatic on the payroll of
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to point blank accusations of
treachery”,

After intensive questioning

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had communicated a good deal oi
information. He, the Prosecutor
said, after his work in Englanc
Fuchs worked from 1944 to the
Summer of 1946 in the Atomic
Research Department at Lo:
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“He returned to Britain in 1946
; and since then had been employea
as head of Thefeoretical Physics
Division of the Atomic Energ)
Establishment at Harwell.

The first witness was Com-
mander Leonard Burt of Scotland
Yard’s special branch.

He produced Fuchs’ Certificate
of Naturalisation. He said Fucns
had signed the declaration on the

back of which stated : “IT Klaus: |
Fuchs swear by Almighty Goc
that I will be faithful and bear

proper allegiance to King George
VI his héirs and successors ac-
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Barbados Score 686 For Six

WEEKES HITS FIRST

DOUBLE

DUE to clever placing
and steady bowling by Briti
knocked up only 686 runs
Barbados-British Guiana
day’s play yesterday.

It could not be disputed that the
B.G., fielding was up
highest level and had it not been
for this factor, another Kensington
record would have gone down 1n
the annals of world cricket. For
Everton Weekes today exalted

te

himself with a Clessic double cen- |

tury worthy of the top ranking
batsmen in .the world today.
Weekes revelled in cover drives,
late and square cuts and distin-
guished and elegant strokes all
round the wicket to score the first)
doyble century of his career. It was |

a glorious innings which cannot}
sportsman, |

be begrudged by any
and eclipsed all previous Kensing-
ton performances by him. Skipper
John Goddard declared his innings
closed at 686 for 6 and B.G. ww

the middle. The visitors were u»
qu

n

fortunate in

losing two



“DrunrLy GASKIN

wickets but popular
Bob Christiani came in to save
day with a crisp and good looking
knock of 33 not ou

internati

1 a total











62 for 2 wkts istianl
sound and classic taking
ehances and yet not issing
portunities off the se ball
B.G. opened on a cautiou
and took 92 minutes t re (
runs

This is a good a
fading light and
no one cay blame the visitors
trying to preserve their energit
for to-day when tn¢ ame
tinues,

Precisely t 11.30 Weeke

nd Lucas 21 resume sarba
first inning hich x

for 3 wickets

Rollox bowled the first ovel
from the pavilion end to Week

who took a single to gully off
second delivery, while Lucas turn-
ed the fifth nicely to the fine leg
boundary

Norman Wight opened from the
screen end and Weekes took
simgie to extra cover off the sec
ond while Lucas played t the
remainder

Weekes attempting di
off the second from Roliox, e
through the slip ind
F took a single to mid-on 0
the last. Weekes square cut Wig
f single i Lu on drove}
for a couple and then ta a sin-|
gie f t gully

Weekes toot ingle
I m off th iF al faci
Rollox wer drove tne te

el ip 400 after
lay. Weekes took sin-

off drove/



n and Lucas













r a similar amount. i
Lucas took a single to mid off
off Wight and Weekes square cut
beautifull 1e batsman only |
a 2 single Christiani on the
r undary fielded brilliantly
Weeke 81 and Lucas 31
I ed the fourth from
f ' s I leg boundary
i nen } c the remain-
ie
Roliox’ ext ver ielded a
f ba é 2Liecting 4
}
th the ore at 416 Gaski
bowled from the creen end vice
Wight and Weekes cover drove}
for a singk Lucas also got aj
single in the direction of point and}
Weekes late cut for a couple }
Trim wa ¥ brought on from |
t pavilion He bowled to
Lu I i for a bracd)
f ingie
to ho toot
sing ff the | bal
ok the ne
ball and bowled Weeke wh
looK a shar} i : t 1 Y
off off the first ball. Lucas played
out the remainder

At this stage Pairaudeau left the

field and Thomas substituted





the |





| crashed

tinued

| he

another
blow, however, when Gibbs with
\ the second ball of his fourth over

They'll Do Ie Every Time



CENTURY

of the field, excellent fielding
sh Guiana trundlers, Barbados
for 6 wickets declared as the
yurnament ended the second

Trim bowled to Weekes and his
over yielded two singles. Weekes
took a single to extra cover off
Gaskin and Lucas pushed to mid
off for an easy single.

weekes cover drove the first

| bali from Trim to the boundary

94 and then
Lucas

make his score
plaved out the remainder

Ww

{took an easy single wide of Trim

on the on side off Gaskin and

Weekes off drove to the boundary

|and then on drove for a couple to
| get

his 100 including fourteen
boundaries and a five in 133 min-
utes.

Lucas on drove Trim for
single, Weekes cut past point for
another and Lucas turned this
Same bowler to fine leg to send up
Weekes who off drove for anothe:
single. Lucas teok another single
| to fine leg and Weekes cover drove
for a similar amount.

Gaskin’s next over yielded two
ana Trim’s a_ similar
Weekes cover drove
sackin beautifully to the boun-
ry end then on drove for a
single while Lucas got a single
imilar shot off the last
cut ose ff Trim past
y for a couple to get hi vu
i five boundaries

a



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122 minutes and the

ێ single to mid-off. Gas
ielded five including a
cover drive by Lucas for a couple
W t core at 466 Camacno
; from: * n at the pavil-
end. He bow! g! to Lucas who
cok a single silly mid on
Weeke cover di for another

je and Lucas high over the
s to the voundary
h the second wal! from Gas-

attempted to turn one

cu





suca



the teg, missed and was bowled

9 including 6 boundaries. Hi
mnings lasted for 134 minutes

| The total was now and
C. B. Williams joined Weekes a

was quickly off the mark with a











singie to cover
Weekes got a boundary to fine
off lé Gaskin
W n. amacho
is s¢

pell this St I
H cluding
; é 1 by
W a rT

ple V
relieved Camacho at
ur € enc He | }
W t € t he
boundary later « er rove

Wi
send

Weekes als

later
later



o drove for

i r i upile to
500 after 381 r

s play



Follox bowle e last over be-
fore lunch and it yielded 3 runs
The total was 505 for 4 with
Weekes 135, Williams 14 and
extras 6

After Lunch
On resumption Gibbs bowled to
Weekes from the pavilion end the
batsman pulling tne first delivery
to the tine keg boundary. He
singled the next.” Williams played

; out the remainder of the over
Gaskin bowled to Weekes fron
Screen End and the over pro-
| Guced 8 runs, Weekes singling the
| first delivery, cutting the third
“hrough sips to the boundary and
né 1g a similar stroke off the





fe 1 ball for 2. Williams help
‘ himself to a single off i
id ball of the over
1 Gibbs’ next over eac ba

an scored two singles. A singel
» mid-off off Gaskin’s first bal
ook Weekes to his 150 made
186 minutes. He had now hit 1
fours.

The force
between

ever

Datsmen continued to
pace running well
wicket making

the

the and

available run.
British

Guiana struck

Williams to misplay one
stump and umpire Ceasai
no hesitation

He

iuding one

on



th le
1e leg

Foster had in giv-
I scored 21
and had
een at the wicket for 35 min-
tes. E. Atkinson came out and
opened his account with a beau-
After he
Single, Weekes
delivery to the
ong on boundary. The 550 went
in Gaskin’s next over when
Weekes drove through the covers
This score
in 412 minutes
at 556
Gaskin at the
as usual com-
The score con-
Atkinson
whet

had
four

him out

i

tiful cover drive for 4
had added a

the last
ip

for a

couple had
€ Ade
With the score
took er from
Sereen End

mandead

Rollox

and
respect
to go up but

nfortunately run out
misjudged a fourth run off
He had made 17
read 561—6—

Gibbs’ bowling

ind the total now

Regimes US Paten Of







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EVERTON WEEKES cuts one from Norman Wight

17.
Missed

Skipper Goddard who part-
nered Weekes should have been
stumped before opening his ac-
count but Gibbs was deprived of
his second wicket when wicket-
keeper McWatt failed to hold the
bali. Goddard was beaten again
in Gibbs’ next over but this t:me
he was well in his crease.

While Goddard at this stage of
the game was not at all comfort-

able, Weekes on the other hand
was scoring freely as.ever, cut-
ting, driving and hooking with
delightful regularity.

Norman Wight was given his

second spell for the day from the
Screen End with the score at 580
and Goddard hit the third deliv-
ery to the long-on boundary.
Gibbs continued to bowl from
the Pavilion End. The 600 went
up when Weekes crashed one of
the deliveries past the bowler
bringing him even with Roy Mar-
shall’s total of 191 and in 12 min-
utes slower than Marshall’s time
of 231 minutes. The 600 had gone
up in 454 minutes. A powerful
cover drive for 2 off another de-
livery from Gibbs made Weekes
the highest scorer for his tear

1 the innings.

Facing Gaskin who had taken
over from Norman Wight, Weekes
jrove him through mid-off for 4
and then off his back foot to the

long-on boundary to bring his
total to 200 in 250 minutes. He
had now struck 22 fours. The
batsmen were now entirely or
top of the bowling and but for

the fielding which was almost al-
ways of the highest standard the
rate of scoring though rapid
would have been even more so

Roliox came on from the Pa-
villon End with the score at 640
and bowled to Weekes who made
an uppish stroke through slips
but Gaskin failed to get his hand
to it and the ball went to the
boundary

Nine Runs

Another full blooded drive by
Weekes to the leg-boundary off
the next delivery and a single off
the last gave the batsman 9 runs
in the over. Christiani then
came on for the first time from
the Screen End and was driven
by Weekes all along the carpet
to the boundary to bring the total
fo 650 in 486 minutes. Goddard
also helped himself to 2 fours in
this over

A drive through the covers by
Goddard in Rollox’s next over
ent his 50 up in 76 minutes. He
ad now hit six fours and went
to square cut Christiani’s
fourth ball in his next over for
another
Rellox
steady

on

who was keeping a
length all along bowled
the last over. Weekes hit the last
ball h but Pairaudeau, though
getting to the ball failed to hold
it. Weekes was now 235 and he
ran a single. It was the only

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Moon (New) February 16.
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High Water: 11.05 a.m.

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Total for month to yester-
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Temperature (Min.) 74.0° PF.

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chance he had given. Goddard's
score was 56 and the total 686
for six wickets. The tea interval!
ball high but Pairaudeau though
had now arrived and the inning:
were declared closed.

Weekes’ 236 which included



fours had taken 295 minut<
while Goddard’s score took
minutes during which he hit

fours.

Gaskin was the
ful bowler taking 2 of the wi
kets in 43 overs at a cost of
runs. He bowled two
Christiani and Gibbs each

most succe



wicket for 77 and 86 runs

: ;
spectively. Christiani sent dow
11 overs and Gibbs 16. N



bowled a maiden.

British Guiana opened their firs
innings with Glendon Gibbs an
Bruce Pairaudeau Frank King
bowled the first over from the
sereen end to Gibbs—a left hand
batsman and with the fourth de-
livery, had Gibbs l.b.w. without
a single run on the board.

Leslie Wight filled the breac!
and survived the remainder of the
over—a maiden wicket



ROBERT CHRISTIANI

Eric Atkinson bowled from the

pavilion end and sent down a
maiden to Pairaudeau. Two runs
however went up on the tins ¢

the result of a no ball and a bye

Pairaudeau opened his account
with three to square leg off King’s
second delivery. Wight played out
the remainder

Pairaudeau on drove Atkinson
to the boundary and then cove
drove for a single to send up 10
on the board.

In King’s next over Pairaudeau
off drove for three and then got
past Goddard at silly mid on for
a sitigle off Atkinson’s second de-
livery. Wight again played out
the remainder. King’s next over
to Pairauaeau was a maiden.





‘With the score at 14, Norman
Marsha! replaced Atkinson at the
m end and sent down a
iden to Wight. Pairaudeau off
irove King to the boundary, then

dreve for four (all run) and

ngle to point.
jana lost their second
Pairaudeau edged
th delivery from Marshall
cket-keeper Wood made
He had seored 21
boundaries, after











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Following are the scores :— i
BARBADOS ist EVNEINGS

Marshall « L. Wight b Geskin
‘aylor run out
Wsicott ¢ Rollox b Christioml
Weekes not out
Leecus b° Gask
’ Lb.w





ams bh Gibbs
Atkinson run o*t
Coddard not cut

Extras i.b. 3, w. 2,





n.b. 1

Total (for 6 wkts. dee.)
Fall of wickets: 1 for 98, 2 for 273.
3 for 95, 4 for 475, 5 for 530. 6 for 56!
BOWLING a a

M R. W
m 21 i 1006=C
Gaskin 43 2 i91 2
Camacho 6 i 2
N. Wight 20 4 A —
Rollox 35 5 1s —
Grbbds 16 0 86 1
Christiani + ae 9 77 1
BRITIS"] GUIANA Ist INNINGS
PR. Peiraweau c (twkp.' b N :
Morshall . 2u
%. Gibbs |l.b.w. b King 0
1 Wight nom ont ay .
R. Christiani not out
Exiras 1 b. I n.b
Total (for 2 wkts.) 6
Fall of wickets: 1 for 9, 2 for 23
BOWLING ANALYS’S -
°o = & W
FP. King 9 3 23 !
E. Atkinson 7 8 34 ;
N. Marshall 9 7 a
R. Marshal: 8 ,
~. B. Williams 2 8 € 0

Programme

SATURDAY, February 11, 1950 __

a.m. The Mews: 7.10 a.m. New
Analysis: 7.15 a.m. Aceortieon lateriv fe
7.3% a.m Generally Speaking: 7.50 a.m
Interlude: 8 a.m. From the Editoria’s
2.19 a.m. Programme Parade: 8.15 is n
John Buill’s Band, 8.45 a.m ix





Music: 9 a.m, Close Down: 12 noon The }

" _m. News Analysis, 1°. !
= Saint Mys treland: 12.30 pi

nwealth; 1 p-m. b«
Meet the COE le Seowitedht. 1.3?

Becke: 1.15 p.m. =

pm



the wicket for 36 min-}p mm. Twenty Questions: 2- trom. Lri-
rt Christiani the in- << 2.10 0a. Bee eee ened.
. 2.15 p.m. Sandy MacPhers' ee
ag batsman played out the] 72"mneatre Ongan: 2.30 p.m. Varie
c Bonabox 3.90 Pm, Sports Review.
2t on drove King for three} om News: 4 a from

account after being at

open his



Use

m. _ .
Listeners’ Choice: ©

Service: 4.15 P
Mevies; 5 p.m

wicket for 35 minutes. Mar-|), m. Programme eyes! ae
all sent down another maiden, | Gererally Speaking: | 9- ate
s third in succession. lude: 6 p.m. Saturday night 2 i

Kimson



relieved King at the

i Ane
7 p.m. The News, 7.10 p.m. rae 1

: 7.45
tysis; 7.15 p.m. Tm cates ae Sevtee

screen end with the total at 26.}p.m. Eve Beeke, jlip Green: 9 p.m.

He bowled to Christiani who ecel: 8.15 RA om ‘Home News from

turned his second to square leg | $°¢,. "9.15 p.m. Music from the

for a couple and later took a | Wovies: 10 p.m. Think on these. thingy
to cover off a no-ball. 10.45 p.m, Weekly "sports :

r le

Marshall bowled another maiden
this time to Christiani and Atkin-
son also sent down one to Wight.
Marshall sent down another maid-
en and Atkinson did likewise.

Christiani got past Taylor at
quare leg for a couple off Mar-
|! and then got an easy single

i-off. Christiani on drove
Atkinson for a single and later
Wight also got a single with a
eat glide.

Piay had now been in progress
for one hour and the score was
34. Marshall sent down another

aiden and his analysis read

vers 6 maidens 3 runs 1 wicket.

King took over from Atkinson
t the screen end. He bowled to
Wight who turned him nicely to
fine leg for a single. Christiani
got a single to square leg and later
ff drove one from Marshall to the
boundary.

King’s next over 10 Wight was
a maiden. Roy Marshall replaced
his brother at the screen end with
the score at, 41. He bowled to
Christiani who pulled a short one
to the on boundary and later cover
drove to the boundary.

Wight sent up 50 in 77 minutes
with a neat glide off King for a
zouple. Roy Marshall’s next over
yielded 5 including a_ beautiful
cover drive by Christiani.

With the score at 56, C. B. Wil-
liams was brought on from the
screen end for the first time. He
bowled to Christiani who pulled
his first to the fine leg boundary



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and then played out the re-
mainder

Roy Marshall bowled a maiden
-his first for the afternoon — to
Wight. Williams’ next over yield-
ed a couple, an on-drive by
Christiani.

Norman Marshall bowled the
last over for the day from the
pavilion end and sent down a

maiden to Wight. The score read
62 for 2 with Christiani 33, Wight
6 and extras 2



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