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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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: ; LONDON, Feb, 21, CLYDE WALCOTT TAKES |
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E MENTING of the subcommiiice ef the International T :
im Sugar Council, arranged fer nexi weel » has bean post- BOW LING HONOURS H
- poned. The meeting was te have diseussed the Cuban 7
E proposal for restricting world sug-r € ia : .
tain’s agreement with the West iidies has net beer | (By O'S. COPPER) %
d, her requirements on the international tharket are 4
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il unknown. Temporarily then the subeommnn | BRITISH GUIANA yesterday, with but a single f
"without facts—on which to begin discussions, wicket between them and outright defeat, held
. SO case s ad Sees rs tea Ne aN ‘ Pg
— + A well-informed international Barbados to a draw in the second Barbados-British

- | W = A Will | he consitered ery mle me today Guiana Test which ended at Kensi n Oval
| sidered that ev ensingto .
Di A. elie I |B.W.I. turned Mle tee et British Gvi 7 th
i : | Ministry otras eee the Fo°d ritish Guiana therefore took the honours in the
J F d 1 ing- i i
R I |dom would still consider ur mt Test having led Barbados in the first innings
: stil ler ‘the \ r
ollow u img | they had an obligation to ved : S ed S
ft. from the West Indies on the | ee AE a LR RR , Set a runs to make yesterday f
; ‘ ‘ ; sited ici 4 ; 4 9 avoid outright defeat Britis “4
l Sugar Talks cannes uae ance Tn other | ae. ee uen Barbados wicket-keeper, fails to stump Persaud, the B.G. aggressive batsman in the second innings of Guiana had scored 259 at anes 3
. ingdom isn’t | " B.G. Barbados Test. play. Fortunes fluet ‘ ‘
~ i los Advocate Correspondent likely to regard the West Indian a epee a bewildering ron ee “2
_— GRENADA, Feb. 21. lee tae a coe for en- " . ; io } one time it seemed as if British
Whether Great Britain grants © tree market to a 20 000 M t | U K. W, ll S t “6S 1 t | 7 B Guiana, without attempting to ne,
jhe sugar producers what they are gg extent than that provid- | 9 era _ ° l pt OCtatis eWe rea S __jgotiate the tall total of 417 on a
mking, as a result of the talks| ® The wane ys ' °° j ° ee six days old, that gave the i |
ning here on Thursday morn-! vest Indian reply to the d rash 7 F; It Wi i R I t /owlers sudden and fruitful as- ral

ant the people of Gren- Food Ministey has to be com- or ers e rom 8 Ou h e a 1ons sistance time and again, would a
. “are less ifn municate on or before Marck dictate the terms of , tame oe

could not care less. Life in| |" March § a very tame 5

ada since Sunday when the| /St.. When the reply has been IN PARIS Says Churchill WITH BULG ape ‘a
Sella Polaris” came in, has been or aOne rains position is! PARIS. Feb. 21 ARIA Theda nad quite possible since ‘@

thing but carnival for the peo-} Known thé International Sugar | iced ah oruene ee . . : ; WAS iT as Barbados was yesterday without id

af St. George’s, and the tune Council sub-committee will Sak tatione, a i tang wag + the Mr. Winston Churchill said in an election speech hore | The United eens 7. #1. |che services of’ their stock slow 4

e S : nalise ne ar Factory “ r . oS as cide . an “ 9 .
fie “Santa Maria” ¢s the scene| the United Kingdom to make a|jn poe s°4 aeanirte anda a to-night, “I look forward to Thursday, when with a gesture|to break off diplomatic ie apn bowler C, B. “Boogles” Wil-
f daily improvised cabarets, | aero - the maximum re-|this morning before a strike to| Of intense wrath and indignation and contempt, the British} With Bulgaria, the State Depart on cheeank of aa tase ot a 5
jfult an hour after Bustamante’s/ Vuirements of the international] pe held in the Paris ete s-| Nation will spi » Socialist tre p their | Ment announced to-day, In ¢ b| Rend Witte Cin eaat ee oes 1a
Mitaay. the pampadour market—if possible over a num : a ‘aris metal indu n will spit the Socialist trash and jargon out of their! yg Bu ria lant _ ae a note/nand. Their chances of winning als
“day, > adour ie gl ~{try had begun | r forever.” , © Hulgaria last month the United | were ther precis . DS
fis came to sell him a printed| ber of years. With this infor- The factory employs about — eee States Government Genncians * John Goel i age vend — uy
gig as he was sinking a glass of] ation before them the sub-| 35.000. , a3 eae ———w! Sbeaking in his constituency | sever diplomatic relations. unless | boelee ee ee ant arm spin
y side Committee will then be b tte Dat } 1." . T Woodford, Essex—Britain’s wa he Bulgari jover: ess bowler was also unable to take a
r by my sic e. } ab } iar PR etter Between five and six thousand | I ores Move No time: Prime. M abe ‘ F garian Government witi- the field, i
/Wearing a bodice of bright, yel- Strietion rr lec + the re-| manual workers in the Ford fac Coy - a naa oa eae oo ee ican Minna eee John Goddard declared at hig ti
Mand blue specked silk, red| Sttictlon—as proposed by Cuba—| tory, employing about 70.000 were , : V | a ‘arty hac | the American Minister in Sofia. | ver=night score of 446 for 8 wick- ey
} : ’ et y; 4 ab 70, F | st eye ; ae . Sofie over-night s 4 ick- a
en skirts, green slippers, and| is necessary in any form ' |still'on strike after downing tools| Confidence V ote poken mare talsehoo s than The decision was communicated | ats and 8. Oomuated the alah Ft
ly-coloured handkerchiefs, the} | The view of the majoritv of|last Friday. Strikes in smaller | howaue eh recall. He declared |‘o the Bulgarian Government in| for the entire day. The opening a
padour offered Busta a song. | fngernestonal fagat experts I am|metal factories brought the total | IN CANADA hewever, that apart from. on¢ et eo er by : note sent by | batsmen Bruce Pairaudeau and ‘ny
, who had just received a| informed is that the Cuban pvro-}idle to nearly 20,000. pital : “apse trom good taste and man- | "€ United States Legation, | Leslie Wight opened confidently 1 , ALO . MF
welcome at the airport posal is “premature restriction-} _To-night’s meeting of All Metal | The life OT TAW A, Feb, 21. ers, committed by Sir Staffors The Bulgarian charge @affaires | ond 49 runs were stered in 53 a Wage a
Mis banners bearing his name,| ism.” Most think that the Cuban | Workers’ Union to plan a refer-| ba ne i e of the Canadian Liberal | Cripps, Caancellor of Ex a : Peter Voutov, was call- j}minutes before Pairaudeau was 26 runs before Rollox was out to es
PThis song is not about me; don’t] Scheme would preiudice the on- endum may touah off a general ieee “ Seon sucengied in’ a} chequer, it had been one of NF ae ae peate Department to- | stumped by wicket-keeper Wood a brilliant catch by “Brickie” yt
ti know who I am? I am Busta-| inion of the world’s consumers|strike in the Paris Metal Works | ae cane A has blow n up partly | most well conducted at iemuré =e se ag Deputy Assistant Sec- | off an off spinner from Roy Mar-|Lucas at silly mid-off, fielding |
inte.” The girls replied “Then against the International Sugar | Industry. In some factories voting | aiieaaee oot measures, _unem- |contests he had witnessed a Hed a. ee ~ European Al- | shall. substitute for his brother Johnny ie
can afford to buy one” Busta| Council making it more difficult| hag begun independently Branreenve Conaaereshiae Taam Churchill was apparently re- | |, Sas agee sites — Thompson, |" B.G. although not ahead of the | Lucas. We
Seht three, to institute contro! of nroduction | The strikes have resulted from| ,, Garvan tress ie hy > 9 eas lerring to Cripps charge on Feb-| States woul i F Shes the United } clock kept very close behind and| It was a powerful drive by Rol- ‘a
SEirlier Bustamante told me,| if ultimately thic should be ne-| dissatisfaction with a five per i Rieder ante i Crees t ruary 17 that the Conservative | sentatives feo withdraw its repre-/100 was hoisted after 105 minutes |lox and Lucas first abrested its
Mme encouraging sign is that|cessary.—(By Cable) cent wage increase offered by em-| (io, cealabans ond aoe tae leader had gone to the level < Se ers jof play flight in a magnificent~effort and f
Britain has postponed the Ployers in the first worker-man- | ful activities of Communists in | “2uttersnipe politics,” and was} The State Department demands | , then fell backwards but-still held &
ernational Sugar Council tails, Sueenent negotiations singe collec- | Canada” are inadequate, has|iMduiging in “blustering and ir-|® the recall of Bulgaria's repre- | Two More on to the ball,
i ‘ ‘ te ve bargaining age C Gl Se oh ; : e aponsil . meee sentatives > d Ste | aM
4 cen ae aout Reig B H Mav ake ‘ — ame," | moved a motion of no confidence |" sponsible vulgarity ; on a ny United States. | Two more wickets fell before Detending BE
ference is t at whatever decis- e ° { in the Government. Accusing the Government s & Note sent to Washington on ' the third fifty could be made and ‘
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e ° \-@ ish Mini in Gover , wasting Marshall Aid, Churchili | ¢)yuary 19, ee nang eerien | it Was at 142 that Andy MeWatt|. Camacho still defended stub-
i res i i vere ap- sserted: “The reate service | e aemandec he =im-{ and “Bruiser” 'Th ae hac oth ly b -casional. J

€ : Spanis jresign if the motion were ap as erted The greatest seryice | aia as a } anc ruiser omas became as ornmly but occasionally exequted ;

- Busta at Santa Maria rievaneces } p i inister | proved. Drew also said the} England could render to the civ- bane oD ane i Donald, sociated in a partnership that car- | well placed cover drives. and neat Hl
pAtccompanied by his secretary, i Assassinated | Government had not taken ade- | ilised world is to stand erect o1 | oribed i ad ee vn nel Phy 10 Was des- ried the seore past the 150 mark | leg glances. u
ss Longbridge, Bustamante, Before { N ; / | quate measures to expand mar- |her feet free and independent.” | >. vie nent pes grata | abter 161 ninutes of play and Gaskin who joined him was not a
mplete with white bowtie, Ne | IN MEXIC. | kets for Canada’s surplus products | He accused Prime Minister Clom AAVING Deen un eee tte. Of | safely past the double century in | comfortable to King who now de~ at
jm, Harris tweeds, and black} Barbados Advocate Correspondent 0 sore} OF tO deal with inepeased unem: lou. Atilee's .adeninistration in }“Peatero Rostov. “who Wa Cee OB S hefore:. MeWatt was | veloped rare rpeed and. i

one of the few delegates}. __ BELIZE, Feb. 21. NEW YORK, Feb. 21 | ployment: —WOWer.” Tieading Britain to a state. of | at “Santa Maria.” Also| | The re-action of the people to! Jose Gallostra, Spanish Minis~| | insolvency.” | December 16, St alae it 0s: hounigden, | hamseee gS > aeeartien 60m,
pig Barbados’ D. G. Leacock,| the cancellation of Princess | ter to Bolivia ton oh t Jead j : * ; —Reuter Relations were formall I | Wicket: he bit five boundaries, hammered at great pace and next of
ta’s Sir Robert Barker, and| Alice’s visit to British Honduras | Mexico City alaernet : “News Indonesians ” in ‘Sofa ated - aoe 2 ER Thomas played a sound innings | over, forced him to put up an easy %
fed to-morrow is Trinidad’s} Was one of indifference. Private | york Saedh” takoach site | napster siapesiaiiien Mr. Heath presented < in ay when) for 32 in an hour and sixteen |catch off another bouncer to Roy
Gomes. opinion expressed some satisfac-| Gay = amen epee: Soe s the Bulgarian oa onl — ‘°/ minutes and made a single mis- | Marshall at silly mid-on, He had "
Most of the delegates are stay-| tion at the cancellation but at|° tis ssail oo ie Going To Moscow Eleven Ask Avert ¢ oreign Office, take in his innings when he gave | not yet opened his account, ‘s
Bat the charming old world| last night’s monster meeting the | Gabriel Fleiee’ apo eben, citizen, First Tim |# dificult chance to Atkinson at | Trim, last man in, had but to Hi
Md Hotel at the foot of Gov-| speaker did not mention the| qe Reo Who fought with ee. | Atom War '* This atin | leg slip off Clyde Walcott at 28. | play a single ball from King bes @
Pe en Pe woes) ere, ae ee ® mn UN’ | the Republican army during tha| Indonesia has informed Russia ; Siaie. |S the first time the United} ‘But with the dismissal of | fore play ended for the day and x
ent House. They. include Sir} eer naps _ even once. At| Spanish Civil War, was said te| it is sending a delegation to Mos- LONDON, Feb. 21, |°‘#'es has broken off relation} MeWatt, Barbados had a spell of |the usual mad rush for souvenirs ae
i Saint and Grantley Adams, | netadien tence” all i wes Conn have acknowledged he ac ted from} cow to open diplomatic relations,| Eleven British atom. scientists | ° = s nation since the war, j success that almost turned the | began. Skipper Camacho had
a ee A. Cuke _ staying | cosieens prone ¢ te coe political motives, the dispateh| it was announced here today today called for “the utmost at- his thy a or Kostoyv last De-| tables completely in their favour. carried out his bat for 29,

q » James and the over eriniea apLO 4 . ~ al and added. : Mohamed Hatta, Premier and tempts” to avert a. “disastrous nwer, the indictment said that) Both Thomas and Gibbs were Clyde Walcott bore the brunt a
W of delegates are at the, ¥ Immectiate plans to at-| Gallostra had been temporarily | Foreign Minister, recently re- | atomic war.” jn two interviews in 1947 Mr.| returned to the pavilion with the |of the Barbados bowling attack ae.
les. | tempt to get a hearing before the| representing Spain in Mexico. jcelved a cable from S.viet For-| They said America’s deeision to | fe@th had told Kostoy to co-| score at 222 and when Gibbs left, | yesterday and deservedly carried ie
-one delegates are expect-| United Nations, on the basis of —-Reuter }eign Minister Vyshinsky stating develop the hydrogen bomb | 22“! ate his activities with those | seven wickets were down for 222 |off the bowling honours to com- fy

attend, when Governor} human rights with self-Govern- “either you send your representa- | showed that an atomic arms rac¢ of Marshal Tito. ; and British Guiana were still 195 | plete a great all round perform- a
ll opens the talks at 8.30 pant as the ultimate objective. tive to us or we shall send ours to|was in progress Mr, Heath denied these state-| puns behind. ance ;
fon Thursday in the 100-year-| The meeting was the first held + . ° ; You, We agree on our part in| The scientists headed by Dr. | 22 Rollox and Camacho in a dis- He sent down 28 overs. and be
Mourteen windowed, undecor- by the committee since Tuesday’s 8 K pan sh Officers | either way.”’ Russia recognised |R, H. S. Bursop, Secretary of the sie United States State Depart- play of resolute defence stemmed | claimed the best figures of 3 for ie
Eapalative Council chamber} disorders and detachments of the oui : | the United States of Indonesia on | Atomic Sciences, Committee of the | ment in a note dated January 26) the tide temporarily and put on ! 46, if
rge’s. | Royal Inniskillings arrived in the Visit U. S Bases | January 26, —Reuter. | Association of Scientific Workers, } *°°US®4 the Bulgarian Govern- | on
Conference will elect its} City from a camp ten miles away, jealled for a new effort to find a on ¢ ee ae oe ae oe ny ue
Mchairman, and the hottest tio} but the meeting was the most WIESBADEN, Feb. 21 : 1 means of controlling atomic en-|7‘a'cs “egation in Sofia in the
# Savary, Speaker Designate peacetut since January, though} ight Spanish army ~, iir~ Danish Meta! ergy, or a “new contribution to seeelbten, votre indienition ane i
dad's Legislative Assem- |‘ enunciation of Britain's coloni- | force officers on a five day tour of 7 ewan cane the wider problem of international | 7©5'"!clons which have now made ° a
: al policy was severe—By Cable. | American army : i WwW orkers Will Strike | relations.” it virtually impossible for the lega- | q
3 ’ A army and airforce bases | K : : tion to perform its normal dip) = } ;
Bradshaw. St. Kitts’ Trade in. European command to study They said all nations must eee erent oe
my Leader, told me this morn- weapons. and training methods, COPENHAGEN, Feb, 21. | “sacrifice some of their national ~s —— we a ew On) : the begt With do y
phis impressions about sugar. 6 FARMERS inspected the First Infantry Div- |, Danish Metal Workers today |interests for a realistic hope for | ‘?€ “egation employees had bee: : Y P . ;
amed up in two words: r ision at-Bad Toelz, Southern Ba-|handed in final notices for a | continued “peace.” bein - anlieead ie oii aan | ;
$ : I ky Ries . ae aes : cs rs ite " cing Matitreated by the ulgaria: %
serious.” varia, today. strike which may finally involve Reuter, ae Rn Aer ;
impossible to predict the IMPRISONED The Spaniards, here at their Slant ot ikeaiee comiane | oes ves oa, hed. a. ws i
setings e ais al : own request, arrived in Wiesba- |& of “enmark § population. ® Js : " ee : a i
oe me Ae we aA PRAGUE, Feb. 21. | Gen caution and spent the day |, The metal workers strike is due | Rumania W ithdraws —Reuter. 4
Ss We pve peeves ers Who own more than | sui y rican army au- |t0 begin on March 6 and other | ' :
follow whatever ruling gov- | 59 Of land: wins. eee talking with American army au Unions have alesedi. ikeued: fcat:| F W H O _—_——_—__ (
Mt give, and, as Busta says, | ccs wil Aneaee thorities at Heidelberg. a ave already issued first | rom f1.U.
tbe unanimous |e ren * | They will also visit an anti- aie Sei | — a y
i Zoe be unanimous. | 161, nays to-day. aircratt battalion before returning. }, The official Conciliation Board} GENEVA, Feb. 21. | Egypt Wants
; —By Cable. They charged of having —Reuter, |have so far been able to bring| Director General Brock Chis- \ ;
failed t er full “quota of about agreement only on minor a to-day foveves an pars mad Removal Of
a ; grain to tate, and for not | points. —Reuter. {cable announcing Rumania’s with- | /
7 » 2 4 ’ “ . | ene |
; i Chief See 8 planting . acreage, decided by Pope *s Present | ane from oe te paenlst, British Troops } !
Y *n cP the local authorities. Their land | Te ti Tganisation. Russia, Ukraiue and | ' -
B Ore il Ss Minister was confiscated, and they were Stolen en uestions }Sulgaria have already withdrawn, CAIRO, Feb. 21. y
: | deprived of their rights of citizen- : rep. 2 jsaying the organisation was not Egypt is studying the possibility | f
. ‘ } ASMARA, Yep, 21 'meeting the needs of the people ; sei .
The new oem, Feb. 21. ship. MUNICH, Feb. 21 The Ualied Nethens Cénie ae oe het were of submitting her request for ;
in Rome ¢ gy eal —Reuter. Two boxes of chinaware order-| sion enquiring into the future of r ¥ ; i- | Britain to evacuate her troops to
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Filso presented to-day |

. ‘ ; : ister J. Von Ribbentrop as a} on matter. ; ft terri- 7 a Worl ister Mohammed Saleh Le Din i
entials to the Italian Pres- A ar | e he S$ Tanging from terri-|not attend the second orld | Be : ;
ie abe 3 ares d ns aves present for the Pope in 1944 have tory to the British Administra-| Health Assembly in Rome last Pee eet _ _. ld
d in the President i Palece been stolen, police here reported | tion, gumiini, Beuter, i at Egypt woulc
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the United Nations, Foreign Min-

continue to press for the unity of |
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Said he hoped that the| left the Wied eee Hs |at_ more than 10,000 marks each| istan, South Africa, Guatemala] 8 Killed, 40 Wounded | her nations’ eaphations ”
ment would hatk ' step are, wee aes yesterday by were stored at a China factory} and Burma, decided yesterday 1 By Hand Grenades —Reuter. |
d towards closer ditennae Rees for Grenada via Tri-| after the swift advance of allied rapat in public except when |

betwee. se ad. troops prevented delivery of the| dealing with certain points. ASMARA, Feb, 21 . To mark those i

tween the two coun Mr. Adams has gone to take eens Each set consisted of} The Commission, which was| Eight people were killed, ana} U.S, Must Readjust occasions
~—Reuter.! part in the Sugar Conference. 306 pieces —Reuter. sogointed by the United Nations} forty wounded when hand gren- | | when charm, perfection i
, ee ast November, is to make pro-| ades were thrown at a funera Ee .
cus j posals for the disposal of this} procession at Ambas Ho, 50 miles onomic Policies and easy confidence are :
Lawyers, Doctors Red Sea former Italian colony.| from Asmara today. British and i the keynote, nothing could }
WV aa ok Eritrea has been under British] American troops were rushed m,, WASHINGTON, Feb, 21. | ;
Must Strike Too administration since its capture| to the scene to re-inforce the|. The United States Secretary of be more in keeping
| early in the last war.—Reuter. \ Police. —Reuter, | State, Mr. Dean Acheson, said to- than a cigarette bearing
PARIS, Feb. 21. day that readjustment’ of the ga
The new economic Songt., werien e cot ae economic policies ; : the hallmark of
claims to represent 10, A P, R t Hom e wou e necessary to help a free i
middle class Frenchmen, has r woners e urn e3 Europe to oppose the policy whieh Benson & Hedges, :
called a strike for tomorrow in e ussia was pursuing “with effici- ,
which shopkeepers will put up the Pathetic Scene In Ital ency and with signs of increasing Old Bond Street, London —
shutters for four hours, lawyers ' pe ry | boldness.” when only the best will do,
stop conducting cases for an hour, i —~Reuter. ?
and doctors suspend consultations : ITALY, Feb. 21. cheap, paper-fibre suitcases and ra
| for an hour in an effort to secure Crying mothers, waving tat-| dressed in rough khaki clothes, left %
| lower taxes and reform the na- | tered, yellowing photographs of | the train, they were besieged by | gs"
| tionalised industries. their menfolks, to-day crowded | the women. Mustard Gas Responsible;
——Reuter. pound the ree which wrought | 7 } ‘| I “ ‘0
| | CHURCHILL'S. PAINTINGS | ?tisoners from Russia. | nised sons and husbands and em- Not Atom Bomb is . i
' ~ Aboard the tr: , $1.06 ites
} . ain were 30 men,| braced them with tears of joy, But ' Seen
‘ON CHRISTMAS CARDS | ali ot them from Italian Tyrol. | others—the majority—had no such NEW YORK, 21. \ wg rt Thm aes
aaa B They had arrived from Vienna,| consolation. Long after the men| 4 former American war cor-| ;\ ‘TIDE ; .TN * a0 :
: NEW YORK, Feb. 21, | the first of several groups of Ital-| had left the station on their way | *®Spendent here claimed that the} | SUPER VIRGINIA CIGARETTES ~
Winston Churchill's paintings} ian prisoners the Russians recent-| to their homes, several women} People of Hiroshima were burnt] | BY .
are going to appear on American/ly agreed to send home. The Ital-| stayed crying on the platform.| 24 made sick by an, explosion | “
| Christmas cards next December.|/jans believe that several thou- | Each tried to glean information| 9f mustard gas from their own | ‘ BENSON /HTEDGES
The setback Gooasing Card} sands of their men are still in} on her own son or husband from | Stores—not by the atom bomb. + AW ZUb te
Company said on Monday it has|the hands of the Russians though | the other women’s letters | _ The ‘correspondent, James R. ‘ : i)
| arranged to use 18 paintings by in definite figure has ever Gan | Many of the women have sworn| Young, said Wihese today that | \, OLD BOND STREET, LONDON 1
Britain’s wartime Prime Minister. | established {to meet each train, to show their | rnore than 14,000 tons of the as | : :
It is the first time that Churchil Many of the wives and mothers photographs to all returning pri were found intact after the first » at ptt iw ¥ a
permitted reproduction of | f these men travelled to Udine ners till the é € f their | ator bomb had been dropped Rieti pty Mas “
tk for such a purpose 0- neet the first repatri- | men folk in August 1945 ms
| Hallmark executive.~-«CP) ' ate ‘ the soldiers arrying — Reuter. —-Reuter. |











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Carib Calling

TS Excellency the Governor
and Mrs, Savage accompanied
by.Mr. W. Lambert, attended the
final day’s play of the Second Test
Match between B.G. and Barba~
& and afterwards presented
the prizes’ to the members of both
teams, imei!

” © a »
s® Allan Collymore, Kt., Chief
Justice of Barbados, left for
Trinidad yesterday by B.W.1A-
Sir Newnham Worley, Chief
Justice Of British Guiana left on
Monday by B.W.1.A., also for
Trinidad, ~

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To See What It’s Like

R. and. Mrs. Norman Pitt of
Montreal were arrivals on
Saturday morning by T.C.A. on
a short visit'to see what Barbados
is like. They told Cerib yesterday
that they were having a wonder-
ful time atid would be returning

about this time next year = a HE many friends of Mr. and San Fernando,” “In a Calabash,”
longer holiday. They are s ying Mrs. L. M. Springer, of “Everybody drinking JU-C,” and
at the Océan View Hotel. Cana- Bernice, River Road, learn with “Passe.”
Mr. Pitt is President of Cana- -.oret that Mrs. Springer has en-

dian Refractories Limited. tered the Tercentenary Ward ot iS “

© «> the General Hospital for an op- isited All The

eration.
E ed Carib joins in wishing her a Beauty Spots

ngag

engagement of Miss Merle
Cumberbatch, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cumberbatch
of the ly, St. Michael, to Mr.
Joseph Albert Moore, of Public
Works Department, Trinidad, was
announced on Sunday, at a party
held for the occasion at Hallo-
way, The Ivy.

.



On Round Trip

R. W. C. SLAYTON of Albany,
New York, was among the
passengers who are making a
round trip on the “Lady Rodney”
which called at Barbados yester-
day.
Mr. Slayton is a civil engineer
employed with the U5. Govern-
ment.

“a

«<> “> rnent of the Creole Petroleum a” a: i
‘ Company and Miss Katherine M een _; wae
Retired Businessmen Minton, Secretary of the Texas Sidon: Panant ail a ee
Petroleum Company in Venezuela, jJnadiz . fete cet, eats
From Canada returned home yesterday evening eee “J — an |
R. A..R. GIBSON and Mr. by B.W.LA. via Trinidad after ie B.W.LA + Fae Bona agg a
Ss. F. Duncan, both retired spending a short holiday. They was a guest at the Hotel Royal.

businessmen of ‘foronto, Canada,

wuaved yesterday by the “Lady
Rodney” for a month’s holiday
and are staying at the Marine
Hotel.

This is Mr. Gibson’s third visit
to the island and the first for Mr.
Duncan,

speedy recovery.
‘

music at the British Council at
8.15 to-night.
Cesar Franck, Symphony
Minor
Concerto No. 3 in C Minor. This
concert will be given despite pos-
sible electricity cuts, as a battery
operated amplifier is in use.
D. ST. E. WODE

were staying at the Ocean View
Hotel

of Oshawa. Canada, were arrivals

een, Ae Cricket Team Leaves
To THe MAIN To-day
gg tes OF POE British Guians Cricket
es Team, are due to leave Sea-
well by a Special Flight of
B.W.LA. to-day at approximately
10.30 am. Accornpanying the
Team will be Mr. C.I..C. Bourne,
their Manager, and Mr. A. Dray-
ton the B.G. representative on
the Cricket Board of Control.

«> <>
Over 200 People Daily
R. J. ADAMIRA, Acting Man-
ager of Bata Shoe Company
here, who was in Trinidad over
the week-end on business, tells ma
that he has never seen so many
people in Trinidad. He was at
Piarco on Saturday and he under-
stood that over 200 people were
coming in daily for the last few
days for Carnival.
He says the latest Calypsoes,
which we will probably soon be
hearing here are, “Last Train for



Speedy Recovery

A spending one week ot
Sam Lords Mr. and Mrs.
Hemming Andreasen returned to
Caracas on Monday by B.W.LA.
Mr, Andreasen is Consulting En-
gineer to Alfonso and Company
in Caracas. They have. had a most
enjoyable holiday and rented a
car while they were here and
have visited all the beauty spots
in the island. They have had
a wonderful holiday.

«> «>

Personal Preference

ISS Lawson, will present the
programme of recorded

She has chosen,
in D

and Beethoven, Piano

«a? «»
On Tour Of Inspection
R. A. G. L. DOUGLAS, Divis-
Wireless (W.1.) Ltd.,

«a, «>

Secretaries Return

ISS MARY HURSH, Secre-
tary in the geological depart-

Trinidad, on a tour of inspection.
«> «>

Was Here On Business

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For Two Weeks
«s <>

Arrived By T.C.A.

R. AND MRS. H. P. SHELL
and Mr. & Mrs E. V. Lander

tocks
Kay, are here for two weeks. Mr.
Mattocks is a Partner of Vincent-
Elliot Agencies,

ional Manager Cable arfd
is due to
leave to-day by B.W.1.A. for Puer-
to Rico and the Virgin Islands, via

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R. and Mrs. Stanley F. Mat-
and their daughter

" . Port-of-Spain.
They arrived on Monday morning

- Little

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE
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Recipe for glamcur at 4 by

londell: “Keep moving,
Don't use

Joan
and quit worrying.
face powder.” Here is
picture of Evelyn Laye at the
first night of The Schootmistress.



Great Reputations —

By Joan

HOW REGRETTABLE it is when tw
houses decide to let their good names carry the
a new fashion season. The collections seen at WORTH and|

MOLYNEUX were dull and

Skirts are certainly shorter, and
this difference has been seen at
all the shows, but Molyneux’s “lit-
tle day dresses’ were not only ex-
tremely short, but seemed to lack
sufficient material. There were
a great number of overskirts with
tight underskirts — a line that
was fully exploited last season.
check dresses with stiff
starched cuffs and collars, in pink
or white, and dark dresses trimmed
with pie frills of white organdie,
have too much the appearance of
something that the local dress-
maker could “run up”. A neat
box jacket fn chefry wool with
low half belt at the back, could
nardly be distinguished from a
Schiaparelli jacket which she de-
signed in 1946. There was too
much draping one side, buttoning
the other, fussy belts and large
brass buttons. Many of the



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unoriginal.
French cut and drape, and we
approved of the nipped-in waist-
lines. 5

Plain black dresses were ideal
for hanging the family jewels on,
they were neat and unostentatious.
They were so ordinary that they
had one great virtue — no-one
would trouble to copy them, so
presumably you would be unique
in your chosen model. But do
you really want to be unique
if it means sacrificing high-
fashion for quiet respectability?

Best were the print dresses: in
black and white tulip designs, or
blue and black fern patterns.

WORTH seemed quite unable to
co-ordinate their ideas — suits
were varied in style with 4
predominant line. They are still

using unpressed pleats in skirts,
which give an





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Across

To secure this two heads 4
(5)
foot in it some
time or other. (4)
Wer oF ‘something that was done
by pencil ? (5)

e maid is upset you see. (4)
Little by little he came W fice.
4
(5)

becile.
vee suggest friendly

tions. (5)
tions.

This dish wets one’s palate. (4)
Parte are changed in this clue.

mashed potatoes.
(3) 20. A useful card. (3)
The outflow ht apie tiny ®
t no 8 B
Grie aso be, ane Sat "S)
when this moves abou 26
This being inclined to sit, we
shoujd get the nest ready. (9)
Down
retail. (9)

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She ws 50 m July. ae peas 3. By giving tongue 1 upset the
rules? “Peace of mind, relara- cove. (5! * a io
tion and once ina while a glass 5. able ow is pleasant to sports
I ea cao cere ene } 6. Phere may be a sound reason [or
wan this. (6) :
London Express Service. 7. Sort of greasy shall we say. ( )
8. An old world garden. (4)
| 9. A weaver, you'll find it in one
| dictionary for certain (7)
13. What we need is only for a time.

(6) 3
14. Could be intent absorbed even,

16. There's
17. A red one would be editing.

if transposed. (4)
nothing
(4)

unbalanced

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about this (5)

18. Got from the open nylon market.

(5)
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in every partner-

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Guide To
Housewives

Today’s Prices

Charcoal

Sardines in To-
mato Sauce 14 ec. per tin.

Sardines Smoked
in Oil

34he. per Ib.

12 c. per tin

«> «>
on Saturday morning by T.C.A° for by air.
Wonderfu! Place _ about three weeks’ holiday and «> «>
FTER-one week's holiday in are staying at the Ocean View oO Mi \
Barbados, Mr. A. K. Stryker, Hotel. ne Minute one Print

who 48 @2pot with T.A.C.A. in
Venezuelay~returned to Caracas
on Mondayby B.W.1.A. Barbados
is a wonderfnl place, he told Carib.
He was a guest at Cacrabank.

«> «,
Marsden Leaves For T’dad
R. EDGAR MARSDEN of the
Trinidad ‘Cricket Board of
Control, returned to Trinidad
on Monday by B.W.LA,

Returning Next Year

R. dnd Mrs. Frederico Cuello

and young son Alfredo, re-
turned to Venezuela on Monday
by B.W.LA. after three weeks’
holiday spent at Super Mare
Guest House. Mr. Cuello is Mer-
chandise Manager of Parson and
Grosland in Caracas. Mr. and
Mrs. Eduardo Rosswaag also re-
turned yesterday to Venezuela
where Mr. Rosswaag is Manager
of the Shirt Department of the
well known dry goods store
“Altex.” They were here for two
weeks. :

Mr. Cuello plans to return
again next year he
much,



ELL has Lady Cabstanleigh
been described as a rose-red
hostess, half as old as Time.

When she burst (if 1 may so
express myself) upon the worla
people had seen nothing like her
since the. eccentric Baroness
Kuypersegge, who carried a silver
ladder for. small admirers to
chmb, when. they wished to whis-
per some naughtiness or other in
her great Harland and Wolf ear.
‘Today Lady Cabstanleigh is still
as formidable as ever, with a
voice like the foghorn of Ailly, a
waist that only an army could
encircle, and a presence as over-
whelming as the Matterhorn, I
shall shortly have the pleasure ot
publishing extracts from her
autobiography. “It Was Fun
Being Me,” an execrable title
chosen bythe poor hack who

rote the book.

Pardenable Error

ONTEMPORARY thinkers,
frantic with anxiety, may be
pardoned for getting confused, In
many cases bamboo shoots were



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likes it solhis fi
be Poetry at Combermere School.

BY THE WAY



Mr. Shell is Secretary-Treasurer
of Robinson Leather Company,
while Mr. Lander is a merchant.

«> <>
His Father Is From

Montsersat
APT. T. M. HOWES, who is a
pilot with T.C.A., has spent
a short holiday in Barbados and
is due to leave to-day on his re-

| turn home, He arrived on Satur-

day by T.C.A., and has also vis-
ited Jamaica and Bermuda during
the first part of his holiday. His
father Mr. W. W. Howes is from
Montserrat. He told Carib, that
Col. O, St. A. Duke, who is his
cousin has taken him around and
he has been over the entire during
his brief visit and had a very
enjoyable time. He was a guest
at Hotel Royal.
day by T.C.A. and is a guest at
the Windsor Hotel.
«> «>

This Evening
HIS evening at 8.15 o'clock,
Mr. Hugh Popham will give
fth lecture on the description

om e e
flown to film actresses and bed-

jackets to animals in the Zoo

The Narkover
Seandal

Eis The Governing Body,
therefore, deem it essential that
you, as headmaster, should explain
how these ridiculous and harmful
rumours originated. You should
also, at once, issue a categorical
denial of the newspaper report
of bookies in control of a house at
Narkover, It was this report, no
doubt, which led to the receipt
by us of a letter offering to es-
tablish a training stables in the
annexe to the Music Schools. The
truth about the School in its
present regrettable era of decay,
is horrifying enough, without the
addition of such fantastic stories
as the one to which we refer.
You will, of course, dismiss Mr
Warblow at ‘once, if there is the
slightest truth in the report that
he has become a bookie. Mean-
while, I am requested to say, on
behalf‘ Of the Governors, that
they expect from you, as head-

KHAKI

R. DON M. WILSON, of Col-
: umbus Ohio and New York,
is an executive of Columbus Gas
System which is a Natural Gas
Company. He was a passenger on
the “Stella Polaris” on Saturday
and spent the day touring the
island. This is his third visit to
Barbados.

He took Carib’s picture, with a
special make of camera which can
give you a print in 60 seconds,
certainly a most ingenious inven-
tion.

P,. S.—Carib’s face did not break
the Camera!

«<> «>

Comings and Goings
R, G. F. CLAY, Agricultural
Adviser to the Secretary of
State for the Colonies, left for
Trinidad by B.W.I.A. on Monday,
accompanied by Mr. A. Frampton,
Agricultural Adviser to Develop-
ment and Welfare.

Rev. F. Mallalieu of Waverley,
St. Lawrence Gap, left for Trin-
idad yesterday by B.W.LA.

Mr. C. Chaderton, Supt. Man-
ager of Singer Sewing Machine
Co., left on Monday by B.W.LA
for Trinidad,



By Beachcomber

master, untiring vigilance. On
you depends the moral welfare of

a great school in a period of
etress....
Further
Elucidations
HAT has been said, from

ae whatever point of view makes
it inadvisable at present to intro-
duce any comment of a revelatory
nature into what I may have tc
say at some future date on the
subject or subjects then under
consideration—or _ partly——seeing
that they are now not only pre-
mature, but rightly so, unless
reasonably understood as being
outside whatever is to be done at
present. Nevertheless, it is true
that what may be developing, it
possible, cannot be connected with
anything in the interests of which
there is no scruple to withhold
whatever could seem to be ad-
vanced on any side as a definite
statement involving agreement or
disagréément in the quarters fully
concerned,

(C. Suet, Esq.)

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THE BARBADOS DVO \TE PAGE THREE —

U.S.- Argentine j T Cc | 1 N NG
Trade Problems | INFLAMED

Discussed

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BUENOS AIRES, Feb. 22
The whole range of trade prob- |
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BUDAPEST, Feb. 21

yOGELER, American business man and -x« fone
+ service agent, Was sentenced to 15 years im priso
, | for espionage and sabotage here today. Edgar |
Sess, 4§-year-old British businessman and se lt confessed
injelligence a agent, was sentenced to 13 yea

or + Zoltan Rado, and Imre Ge
i eler, both Hungarian, were fo puna |

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India Wins )8uilty of treason and Sheed ta]
; abotage i

gentina and United State:

é he past couple of years,
are believed to have been diseuss
ed th Edward G. Miller, United
States Secretary of State in charge }
of Latin-American «affairs called |
on Pron to-day

It was their third meeting since |
Miller, who is touring South |
America, arrived three days ago
The meeting lasted $ hours.

Among those present on the | ppp.cle
Argentine s: vere, Foreign Min- |
ister Paz, Argentine Ambassador |
to the United States, Jeronimo | Dr
Kemorino, who returned to Buen- | Relentless itching—caused by germs under

Aires specialiy for the purpose, | the skin, speedily develops into irritating
all the tour ministers constituting | Pimples and open sores untessictiecked.
he economic council, two Ars | ‘Thousands of skin suffere:s:have pipyed
tine delegates to the joint-ty.ce | ‘hat there is nothing more sure m results

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Rubber Dr. Istvan Just, also Hungarians, |
each got: ten years, and boi
. 7 Pory, the Hungarian woman de
f Ys, COMMONWEALTH jfendant 5 years.
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MADRAS, Feb. 21. confiscation of property in Hus
won the undflicial Tést | sary of Vogeler and Sanders and
th the Commonwealth nei eee after serving
+ winning ie | their sentence
: seal be hane Sasha All seven prisoners had plead-
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Penal scores were: Common-; The President announced sen- veunaur Stanton Griffis, and other | MALARIA SORES or RIMKIROR! a

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Brio fall, appeared set for a document detailing the reasons ;
ible victory, but in for- for arriving at the verdicts.

pace they lost four wick- He said the guilt of the accused
y after tne interval. had been provea by their own

“ wickets down for 255,| testimony, by documentary evi-

Embassy here.—Reuter.








ROME, Feb. 21. | Eee
g Ali, who was unable to dence and by witnesses. About 5,000 prisoners under a} \ oo ae >
this morning owing to} Defence attorneys appealed | Fi } special Holy Year amnesty, have | i 3
finger, decided to bat) gainst the sentenees on behalf sli dda on ids. pyre VV Tn TF er A een released from Italian gaols in| ¥ e
made the winning hit/Of all seven aeceused in the spy hha

the past few days, it was officially |
ndary drive off Ray Smith, | trial here,

Sfeex all-rounder. Mushtaq President Orly, said the appeals

twas injured when trying to} would be referred to the Supreme fens ie ake SAC ICN -
we Fitzmaurice late yesterday,| Court. He asked the prosecution ‘f

~~ bown , Sees 5 announced to-day.—Reuter. f PRESCRIPTION 4
patted until the close. he accepted the sentences,

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d his hand yesterday when HONG KONG, Feb. Congressional Committee caitnt : PORT-OF-SPAIN, Feb. 21 s00 FI Sate
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gmt 37 when stumps were|China and Taiwan said tonight | (ting the third year of the] a ste ‘elband cla n which five persons were slightly inju ‘ he throat \ \ = ~ ) \ Vide o
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morning, however, he re-jinvade Hainan were believed to Tentative plans, he id, were hurt at that score but} be complete, and an attempt could | © divide $2,925,000,000 between , r il so nice! Mother te Ashton & Parsons Infants’ lowders are W ‘ eltty
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tipating a thrilling day’s after lunch and soon beat and] $142,800,900, Denmarh $65,100,000 tio “are es
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Unfortunate Incidents

IT IS singularly unfortunate that the
British Government did not find it con-
venient to grant the request of the people
of British Honduras for further consider-
ation of their case against devaluation
of their dollar, The almost blunt refusal
coupled with the sophistry that restoration
of the dollar would be a disservice to
British Honduras is bound to have un-
pleasant repercussions.

There are circumstances which might
have justifiably led the people of that
colony to believe that their plea for release
from the economic stranglehold would
have been more closely examined. It
cannot be unknown to the Secretary of
State for the Colonies that several individ-
uals have publicly complained of the
hardships created by the change in financial
policy. Within recent weeks the Bishop
Designate of Trinidad, who was formerly
Bishop of Honduras, gave an insight into
the conditions which had arisen as a result
of the devaluation.

The limited opportunity for agricultural
pursuits and the almost total lack of in-
dustrialisation form now a combination
which hampers the economy of Honduras.
The Evans Report which is still fresh in
the minds of those who take any interest
in West Indian affairs, might well be
regarded as the basis of any hope which
the people of British Honduras entertained.

Already the people of that colony have
shown that their patriotism and loyalty
have been strained to the utmost and they
have been guilty of some excesses which
are not likely to have otherwise occurred.
Such apparent antagonism to British rule
in the colonies is not consistent with the
professed loyalty and affection for the
British Throne by the people of Honduras,
but at a moment of stress and severe
strain a small population with limited
resources has forgotten all but its own
well-being.

It is true that they tried constitutional
methods which have failed and they have
resorted to the less admirable methods.
It is to be hoped that whether the Tories
or the Labourites come to power in Great
Britain within the next few days, the
Government will find some means of avoid-
ing an open breach with a hitherto loyal
section of the West Indian peoples,



CONDUCT ON ’BUSES

A CORRESPONDENT in a recent issue
of this newspaper draws public attention to
the conduct on ’buses and suggests that it
should not be allowed. This is not the first
time that such conduct has been denounced
in public print. Some time ago passengers
on the Fontabelle route had reason to com-
plain of similar conduct and this was
quickly remedied.

It will be realised that more people travel
by ‘bus than any other form of conveyance.
In addition to this, children going to and
from school are not always on the School
‘Bus; this means that they have to travel
by the ordinary "bus. It is most undesir-
able that lawless people with no regard for
public decency should be allowed to offend
respectable people who must travel by the
*bus.

In the old days of the Tram Car there was
provision in the law for the prosecution of
those who misconducted themselves on

public conveyances. It could hardly be
that this has been overlooked in the draft-

ing of new regulations in recent years
In this as in other instances of public
nuisances it is the duty of the public to call
the attention of the Police to such behav-
iour as it is not possible for them to be
present at all these cases, One remedy
would be to look for the conductor’s num-
ber when he fails to put a stop to this be-
haviour and report the matter to the
Highways and Transport Board. If con-
cessionaires keep employees who encour-
age misconduct, then it is up to them to

pay the penalty.



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THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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As University College Chancellor

MEDIAEVAL PAGEANTRY BENEATH BLUE MOUNTAIN PEAKS

None who saw it will ever forget
the extraordinary beauty and im-
pressiveness of the ceremony
which took place on the table-
lands of Mona on the afternoon
of Thursday, January 16th, whea
H.R.H. Princess Alice, Countess
of Athlone, was installed as
Chancellor of the University Col-
lege of the West Indies in a
pageant of colour against the
mighty background of the Ja-
maican mountains. The historic
tradition, the dignity and_ gra-
cious charm of the Old World
were caught and fused with the
brilliant hues and contrasts, the
hopes and impulse of the New in
two hours of a ceremony which
became an inspiration.

Some of the great crowd of
four thousand people who attend-
ed had witnessed many cere-
monies, academic and otherwise,
in their time. Some of them,
perhaps, went there expecting
little more than the tedius waiting
and uninspiring platitudes which
often mark such occasions. But
this Installation was something
utterly different from the start.
Cynicism was speechless and
defeated in the presence of a
ritual which was a reality. It
was obvious that the distinguish-
ed men and women taking part,
including University Chancellors
and Vice-Chancellors, scholars
and academic representatives
from many parts of the world,
Colonial Governors, Bishops and
leaders of the churches, whether
as active agents in the ceremony
or as spectators, were possessed
by an emotion which was perfect-
ly sincere. Hardened politicians
and journalists later admitted the
indelible impression which was
made, One witness thoughtfully
compared it with the pomp and
glamour of the mass meetings
organised by European dictators.
There was something infinitely
greater in the restraint and dig-
nity of this peaceful ce'ebration
on the Mona plains. Yet there
was in it, too, the verve and
energy of vouth, a auality almost
of gaiety in the vigorous, lively
and stimulating speeches

H.R.H. Princess Alice

Chancellor

It is no mere formal compli-
ment to say that Princess Alice
has won all hearts on this occa~-
sion. It is usual of course, to
write in flattering terms of Roy-
alty, and this is no doubt often
done in a spirit of loyalty at least
as much as of sincerity. But no
flattery is necessary in the case of
Princess Alice. The genuine
pleasure and warm sympathy
which Her Royal Highness has
shown in the function have been
quite unmistakeable, and it ts
known that she insisted on tak-
ing part in a_ rehearsal of the
ceremony which was organised
the day before, in order to make
sure that her own part should be
carried out without a hitch, as it
certainly was. Her graceful, pe-
tite appearance and her remark-
ably clear and pleasing voice,
every syllable of which was audi-
ble, delighted the audience. A
few happened to notice, as H.R.H
passed through the Robing Room
before the ceremony, the affec-

tionate kiss with which she
greeted Dr. Lillian Penson, the
Vice-Chancellor of London Uni-

versity, and this unaffected ges-
ture, to those who witnessed it,
seemed to mark the tranquil hap-
piness which the Princess seem-
ed to display throughout the
ceremony. Her remarkable en-
ergy, and the goodwill which she
is showing to the University
College, are shown in the engage-
ments which H.R.H. has kept
this week. Following the Instal-
lation, which might have fatigued
many younger ladies, Princess
Alice attended a large reception
given by the Governor of Ja-
maica and Lady Huggins. Next
evening she presided at the Din-
ner given by the University Col-
lege Council and made another
excellent speech. The following
morning at 9.45 she laid three
University College Foundation
Stones—the Hosvital, the Library
and a Hall of residenee—and
proceeded almost immediately to
preside at a meeting of the Coun-
cil

At the Installation Her Royal
Highness wore a_ white dress,
over which was a black gossamar
net. The actual ceremony con-
sisted in the robing of the Prin-
cess in the black and gold of her
new position as Chancellor.
H.R.H. placed the Chancellor's
flat soft hat on her head, and ad-
justed it with two or three very
graceful movements, the whole
effect being very dignified and
charming.

Anxious Glances at the Sky

There were many perturbed
eyes searching the clouds resting
on the mountains, where John

Crow, the Jamaican vulture
wheels ceaselessly on his power-
ful wings, during the morning
and afternoon before the cere~
mony. A downpour would have
spelled ruin to the ceremony. The
great crowds could not possibly
have been accommodated in any
one of the existing buildings of
the University in the event of a
downpour. Many must have
thought of Dr. Taylor and his as-
sistants with real sympathy while
rain was actually falling. at one
o'clock in the afternoon. It ceas-
ed; and during the next two hours
the cars passed in stream which
seemed endless up the Mona
Road from Kingston to the Uni-
versity site.

Punctually at twenty minutes
past four the Governor of Jamaica
and Lady Huggins arrived, and
the crowd rose to their feet while
the Jamaican Military Band, in
their picturesque uniforms of red
and blue, played the National An-
them. Sir John and Lady Hug-
gins took their seats among the
audience. Not far from them were
seated His Excellency the Gov-
ernor of Barbados and Lady
Savage. The Acting Governor of
Trinidad, Mr. P. M. Renison, was
another spectator, together with
the Colonial Secretary of Jamaica
and other representatives of ad-
ministration. Among Barbadians
present was Mr. W. W. Reece,
K.C., on behalf of the Barbadian
House of Assembly. Distinguished
Churchmen included the. Suffra-
gan Bishop of Kingston, the
Bishop, of Guiana, His Grace the
Catholic Archbishop and Bishop
Emmet, Vicar Apostolic of
Jamaica.

The Principai’s Procession

_ The dais was still empty. Pre-
cisely at 4.25 a fanfare of trum-
pets announced the arrival of the
Principal’s Procession. The clouds
were now almost clear of the peaks
which formed a_ background
of incomparable grandeur as
the brilliant blaze of colour moved
across the plain to take seats on
the dais. The van was vivid and
unbroken scarlet, formed by the
gowns of the seventy undergradu-
ates, a colour adopted in honour
of the ancient Scottish University
of St. Andrew’s, whose Principal
played so large a part in the
founding of our University Col-
lege. Watching those young men
and women advancing with a dig-
nity which revealed their con-
scious pride in the occasion, one
was reminded of Sir James Bar-
rie’s “Courage”, surely the great-
est of all Rectoral Addresses ever
composed, which he delivered to
the undergraduates of St. An-
drew’s in 1922. “Fight on—you—
for the old red gown!” They had
a right to look proud; after all, it
was fundamentally for them,
young as they were, that the
great ones had assembled, They

were from every corner of the
Caribbean—eight of them from
Barbados—and here and there

Chinese or East Indian features
appeared among the white and
dark: A Ebropean visitor, espe-
cially a painter, would catch his
breath at an added beauty no such
procession in English, French or
German Universities could dis-
play,—the wonderful effect of the
varied flesh tints above the scar-
let gowns.

Then suddenly the scarlet mass
seemed to dissolve into a kaleido-
scope of separate colours, as the
University Lecturers, Resident Tu-
tors and behind them Professors
and other members of the Univer-
sity Senate and Council issued
from the Gymnasium behind the
undergraduates, Every University
in the world, one would have
thought, was represented by the
different graduate hoods — the
severe black and white of the
Cambridge M.A., the gorgeous
crimson of an Oxford or Cam-
bridge doctor, the brown or choco-
late of the University of London,
the green hood of the University
of Leeds, the lavender and rust of
New York, another bright red
patch as a doctor from the Uni-
versity of Toronto passed—it was
a fascinating pastime to attempt
to identify eacn in turn. Walking
among the Council.of the Univer-
sity in his Oxford graduate hood
and gown one noted Mr. Grantley
Adams, as representative of Bar-
bados among that body, while Mr.
Aubrey Douglas-Smith similarly
represented the island among
seven of the Resident Tutors of

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the Extra-Mura! Department, each
from a separate Caribbean Colony.

Distinguished Academic

Guests

Following the staff of the Uni-
versity College came a long array
of distinguished guests from the
Universities of the world, as well
as other figures.

First came a figure familiar to
Barbados, Canon Wippell, as re-
presentative of Codrington Col-
lege. the oldest institution of Uni-
versity status in the West Indies.
With him was Mr. H. J. Page, the
Principal of the Imperial College
of Tropical Agriculture; then re-
presentatives of the Inter-Univer-
sity Council for Higher Education
in the Colonies and the Univer-
sities Bureau of the British Em-
pire. The representatives of the
British and Foreign Universities
passed next, in a bright array of
stately doctoral robes.

Those represented were the
University College of Ibadan, Ni-
geria, the University of Otago,
New Zealand, Howard University,
Washington, the Universities of
Chicago, London, Durham, Har-
vard, Cambridge, and Oxford.
After these followed a stately
group of University officers of the
highest grades. Dr. Lilian Pen-
son, Vice-Chancellor of the Uni-
versity of London, and Sir Ray-
mond Priestley, Vice-Chancellor
of the University of Birmingham,
came first; behind them walked
Mr. F. C. James, the Principal of
McGill University, Canada with
Sir James Irvine, Vice-Chancellor
of St. Andrew’s University, and
Dr. Facundo Bueso, Vice-Chancel-
lor of the University of Puerto
Rico.

The two University College
Marshals, Dr. K. R. Hill, Professor
of Pathology, and Dr. J. H. Parry,
Professor of History, escorted the
next guest of honour—the Earl of
Athlone, robed as Chancellor of
the University of London. An

undergraduate carried his train, ,

and behind him walked the Mace-
bearer. Finally, Mr. P. M. Sher-
lock, B.A., the Vice-Principal,
and Mr. Hugh Springer, the
Registrar, escorted Dr. T. W. J.
Taylor, C.B.E., D.Sc., the Prin-
eipal of the University College.

On The Dais

The long procession forked to
left and right as it approached the
dais, undergraduates moving to
seats on the left and right, fol-
lowed by Lecturers and Resident
Tutors, seated before them. The
remainder of the Procession
passed to their seats on the dais.

Dr. Taylor, whose voice was ex-
cellently amplified by loud speak-
ers, announced that the purpose of
the meeting was to instal the
Chancellor, according to the Royal
Charter of January 5th, 1949. He
then called on the Registrar to
read the relevant clauses of the
Royal Charter. Mr. Hugh Sprin-
ger did this with the calm dignity
which his Barbadian friends will
recall, his voice being heard with
great effect and the utmost clear-
ness by the whole audience.

The Principal then called on the
Vice-Principal and the Chancellor
to conduct H.R.H. Princess Alice
{nto the assembly. At the same
instant two undergraduates—one
of them was the tall figure of Mr.
Hamilton Smith, President of the
Students’ Union, rose from their
places and advancing from oppo-
site wings reached the gangway
below the Gais, forming an effec-
tive touch of scarlet across the
centre of the picture. Here they
awaited the descent of the Vice-
Principal and the Registrar from
the dais; ‘and the four figures re-
tired from the scene, walking
towards the Gymnasium.

Entry of the Chancellor-Elect

Another fanfare of tyimpets
heralded their return, the two
undergraduates in front, followea
by the Vice-Principal and Regis-
trar, and behind these Her Royal
Highness“P'incess Alice. Behind
her walked a scarlet-gowned train-
bearer. The compahy rose to their
feet and remained standing while
H.R.H. mounted the dais.

Doffing his cap, the Principal
then called on the Chancellor-
elect, Princess Alice, to + recite
Oath of Office. The Princess then
read the following words in a
clear voice:

“I, Alice,
Britain, Countess of
promise that with the help of God
I will at all times fulfil the duties
of Chancellor in accordance with
the Statutes of the University

Princess .of Great

College of the West Indies, and

will loyally uphold and maintain

the privileges and rights of the
I will en-
promote the great
purposes for which it has been
the advancement of
knowledge, the diffusion and -
and

University College.

deavour to
established,
arts, science,

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By D’Arcy O'Donnell

OTTAWA, (By Mail),
A new bill of rights for Canada’s 135,000
red Indians likely will be presented to
Parliament at the session opening Feb. 16.
The bill, providing for an almost complete
rewrite of the Indian Act, has been in the
hands of legal experts of the justice depart-
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It is anticipated the experts will complete
their work in time for the legislation to be
presented at the coming session. They have
been trying to put into legal form many of
the recommendations of a joint committee
ot the Senate and the Commons which studied
the plight of the Indian in 1946, 1947 and 1948.

Some of the recommendations dealing
with improved health services and educa-
tional facilities for Indians have already been
acted upon by the government. But some of
the most conténtious problems have remained
unchanged.

The committee heard suggestions that the
Indians should be given full citizenship, in-
cluding the right to vote. But most repre-
sentatives of Indian bands showed little in-
terest in enfranchisement. They regarded it
as something which wouid rob them of their
treaty privileges. :

The Indians told the committee they want-
ed more schools and hospitals, non-denomin-
ational education and repeal of the present
prohibition against the purchase of liquor by
Indians.

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They had other grievances. They protested
against encroachment of whites on Indian
reservations, limitations iznposed by provin-
cial governments on hunting and trapping
rights, lack of control over tribal funds, un-
qualified teachers, dilapidated schools, and
assignment of trives.to unproductive lands.

Many of the tribes complained that the
government had failed to live up to long-
standing treaties. .

The committee studied the representations
and recommended the integration of the
administration of Indian affairs under one
minister. It also recommended civil service
preference for Indians in their own admin-
istration and “immediate” establishment of
new hospitals and nursing stations in the
north.

On a controversial church-versus-state
education problem, the government officials
offered a compromise. Under the present sys-
tem, residential schools are administered by
churches.

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The officials proposed that the department
establish day schools on lands where residen-
tial schools now are administered. The new
schools would be run on a non-sectarian basis

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The schools would be similar to day schools
now operated by the government on many
of the Dominion’s 2,300 reservations.
The government has not yet indicated
whether it is prepared to accept the sug-
gestions of the officials —(C.P.)

NU-LUSTRE PATENT



GOVERNMENT HAS
GOT NOWHERE

LORD SALISBURY, Conservative Party
leader in the House of Lords, said in a speech
at Nottingham last night that in five years
of working, through the United Nations, the
British Government has got nowhere.

He therefore found the Government’s
opposition to the Winston Churchill plan for
a new approach to Russia rather shocking.

Lord Salisbury said that he agreed with
Mr. Attlee and Mr. Bevin that Britain must
co-operate for peace through the United
Nations and the Atlantic Pact.

“But surely that does not rule out the
possibility of other approaches with the
same object,” he said.

Before the war—as Viscount Cranbourne
—Lord Salisbury was Under Secretary to.
Mr. Anthony Eden, then Foreign Minister
in the Chamberlain Government. He joined
Mr, Eden when he resigned in 1938 as a pro-
test against the Government’s appeasement

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To The Editor The Advocate,

SIR,—Within the last few years
there have been several changes
in the Civil Establishment of this
island. Among the offices added
to those which carried on the
work of the government were that
of Financial Secretary and Assist-
ant Secretary in the Colonial
Secretariat.

The post of Financial Secretary
costs this island the sum of about
thirteen hundred pounds a year.
I am among those who would like
to know whether the addition has
made any difference to the ad-
ministration. I question it for the
good reason that we have the pre-
audit system in Barbados in dealing
with Government accounts.

The money for disbursement
must be voted by the House of
Assembly by resolution unless it
i provided by Statute. After
that the Auditor General passes

I that a int I pro
ion and under the

pass any more
further sums are
Legislature
l'reasurer can pay
are voted

money
via it re
law refust

s unie
the

lonial

by the Legislature or are provided
by Statute.

When the annual Estimates are
being prepared as they are at
present there is an Estimates
Committee of the Legislature who
meet for the specific purpose of
making the necessary adjustments
and additions. What then is the
purpose of having a Financial
Secretary?

The other office created was that
of Assistant Secretary in the
Colonial Secretary's office. Since
the secondment of Mr. Bishop to
the Control Department it has
not been filled and now the filling
of it is bringing grave dissatis-
faction in the Civil Service.

One would have thought that
the creation of this office would
have meant the opportunity for
members of the service to get
into the administrative bracket. It
is not so.

Now that the Control Depart-
ment has been made part of
permanent establishment Mr
Bishop will not be going back to

that office and so there is no reason t!

to keep it open if it is going t
bring such heart burn in

service The pitchforking

the spirit

junior officer who has won the
favour of his head of Department
is a seed of greater danger than
the abolition of the office.

If one is to be candid about
the whole matter, it will be ad-
mitted that Barbados does not
need a Colonial Secretary, two
Assistant Colonial Secretaries, a

Financial Secretary and an
Assistant Secretary

Soon we will have a Deputy
Comptroller of Customs, an As-
sistant Auditor General and other
high ranking officers imported
from England without adequate

opportunity for promotion among

senior officers in the Civil Service

This is not goo’ for Barbatios
TAXPAYER

Pride Of The Game
To the

Editor, The Advocate—
SIR, ople

Many









What happened to Farmer and
Wood who had been selected as
emergency fieldsmen? May be a
tour of duty prevented Farmer
from taking the field or Wood was
also indisposed. Anyway it is
not good@ enough for Barbados

UMPIRE.

Cricket Presentations

To the Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,—The cricketing public will
join with me in congratulating
the local Cricket Committee in
awakening to the sense of their
error and staging the presentations
of trophies at the scene of play

where those who attended the
matches can witness the presen-
tations.

After the last two tournaments
the presentations were made in
the rarified and limited



1 phere of the “posh” hotels. It was





number of people who could visit
the hotels then it severely limited
the publicity.

Let it not be imagined that the
support of cricket is merely in the
hands of those who had taken
part in the direction of the games.
Something is due to the public for
their support without which there
would be no cricket. Those who
want cocktail parties can hold
them afte but when it is some-
thing connected with cricket let
the entire public enjoy it.

ENTHUSIAST.

A Suggestion
To the Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—I am making 4 suggestion



which the .Cricket Board of
Control may give serious consid-
eration. We have had cricket in
Trinidad and Barbados and the
sixteen best 1 will be selected
fr took part

SS ext
oes me « ©ic ‘
the next t » tha
thre nace t iyved t ve
We I ean



I hope that now he or she has Fresh Vegetables Daily owe
mexeed to the column a few Large Apples ages
, other correspondents will Jeam
Phat the sparing use of words ON Ds “
show a good grasp and apprecia- PH E ad
tion of their effective use \ ns
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piayed either in British Guiana
or Jamaica, it would give good
practice to the West Indies team
playing as a team and give them
a better chance in playing the first
few matches on arrival in England.
It would also be interesting to see
how the second best team would
shape in these three matches and
would certainly test their strength.

I am sure with good weather the
expenses could be met from the
gate money. Perhaps this sug-
gestion is too late to arrange such
a tournament, anyhow I give it
for what it is worth.



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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY

Work On Plaza
gpeeds Ahead

i orK ON the new Plaza
nie W rscatre, which is situated

Theatre, is

| site the Empire ‘
: r A large sign

rapidly.

: sin,
- De ds: “Another Plaza for
i: Se ean Theatres Ltd; Design
Construction by Clarke

» js placed in a prominent
jtion SO that pedestrians and
sorists travelling along the

E motors

. an see it.
, DS eurers were busy yester-
: se igeins a trench for the
S Perndation of a wall which will
mun

pucker,

half the length of Jordon’s

| ne pLANT of the West Indies
E [xnitting Mill, at Coleridge
¢, is expected to be completed
‘ut two weeks.

it to the miil yesterday
os seclosed that five knitting
: ines have begun to work.
| a cotton produced by these
SAB ppachines will be used to make
B® underwear and many
% ” sarments.
Se cloth is produced when
the rolls of knitting yarn pass
h these a eT
ases have 1,500, needles.
pesthen, comes out as a bolt,

nds of yards long.

Mr. Benjamin Bernstein of
\dyn, New York, who is an
rt on these Tompkins Spring

AB Needle Machines, told the Advo-
; yesterday that he came to
E Rerbados to supervise the install-
“tion and also service the mach-



the equipment in the dye

is neatly all erected. The
ayer, dyeing, bleaching, squeez-
a ig, and pressing machines are
® aiready in position.

Be ton Karp, who is con-
-. to the West Indian Knit-
SG Co., told the “Advocate” that
the hopes, within the next two
weeks, to have his goods on the

arket.
! ORK ON the Fire Brigade
a r Station is expected to cease

pon.

' The gate, garage and Foreman’s
‘Office have all been completed
nd labourers were busy yester-







WM iey putting on the finishing
Mim jouches to the yard.
WH THE Intercolonial



YY game was played at Kensing-~
Mion on Monday, Wilbert Scantle-

Muy (24) of Kensington New
lian, who was a watchman at
me of the gates, was wounded

with a three-gill bottle on his
cheek. He was taken to the
General Hospital the same eve-
We ting and detained.
MM Scaritlebury told the Advocate
that he was wounded by a man
Me who came in without permission.
He was allowing some bicycles

lip enter when the man rushed
® past him.
{ later when he was about to

onder the man off the ground he
WB wes struck with a bottle, which
We ie intruder was carrying in his
pocket,



"| ILR.H. Princess Alice Installed As College Chancellor |

(From Page 4)

saming and the encouragement
of sound religion.”

The Principal and the train-
earer then placed the great
Chancellor's robe on Her Royal
ignness’ shoulders. Her quiet
hank you” was clearly audible
Once more trumpets sounded;
i in the company sat.
“The new Chancellor then read
he following message from His
jesty the King.

_ BUCKINGHAM PALACE.
% b. your installation as
P of the University
of the West Indies,
ask you to convey my best
its members and in
associated with its

a 4

4M





_ Tam very glad to be as-
‘Selated with the College as
ls Visitor, and hope that it
May ever prosper in its high
purpose for the advancement
of true learning.

(Sed.) GEORGE R.

The Principal, Dr. Taylor, then

dan Address of welcome to tne

a wlancellor. He expressed his deep
jation of the honour she haa

i the University College, ana
mvealed his own previous know-
tof her interest in education.
terms as simple as they were
ee Vously sincere Dr. Taylor ex-
d his appreciation of the
Nices of those who had laboured
bring about the University
ge, mentioning Sir James
ule and Sir Raymond Priestley
epatticular with Dr. Margery
mam of the University of Lou-
8d finally the unfailing heip

a two whom he named simply as



Sie



mip §=Sherlock and Hugh

2 petinger.”
Lf “Addresses of welcome from
om Universities were then pre-
’ e ‘© the Princess, from

mngham by Sir Raymond
: ey, from Malaya, Glasgow,
Nae. ween’s University Belfast, and
on University of the Union of
Mm Africa by Mr. Springer,
a Chicago by Mr. Bindley
from Otago, by Professor
assall, from Durham whose

tion with the West Indies

us. always be remembered in
Gos by Professor I F. S.
Â¥; from McGill by Principal
he grace and easiness of
delivery won especial ap-
m the audience); from

yard University by Bishop
on; from St. Andrew’s by Sir
S Irvihe: from Cambridge by
meor J. H, Parry, recently
; Ww of Clare College: and
"ain, “Ndon by the Earl ol





fess Alice then addressed
‘Riversity College and

) me as follows:

My first wor ds

to you mus 2
express vial yo must be

h gratitude for the
. ¥ ee you have done me
ne 4% to be your Chancel-
ni. . “2 honour of which I am
bei Sensible, for although there



py Seg Chancellors in the
; Bins “+ le ahead, there will,
| be a special kind
ving been your
a :
er
i} inction s«
i tamil
he gueen Vic
2 } pecial in

99

may

1950

Found Dead
In His Room

A verdict of death by natural
causes was returned by a seven-
man jury yesterday when an
inquiry into the death of 43-y ear-
old Seeg-Miiler was held by Mr.
E. A. McLeod (Ce yroner of
District “A”,

Edward Seeg-Miller was found
dead in his room at the Hastings
Hotel on February 10.

Doctor H. L. Massiah who
performed the post mortem said
on the morning of February 11
Robert Sargeant identified the
body to him. He (Seeg- Miller)
was a healthy man. Both lungs
were congested and the liver
was enlarged, pale and fatty.
The intestines were normal and
in his opinion Seeg-Miller died
from natural causes,

William Robert Sargeant Man-
ager of the Hastings Hotel said
he spoke to Seeg-Miller about
7.30 p.m. on February 9. About
1.30 p.m. on February 10 the
head waiter came to him and
told him that Mr. Seeg-Miller
had not come down for lunch
and that he had rapped at the
door and received no reply to
his knock. ?

The head waiter took a dupli-
cate key and opened the door.
He (Sargeant) found Mr. Seeg-
Miller lying in his bed. He tele-
phoned for Doctor Scott who
examined the body and said that
he (Seeg-Miller) was dead for
about 10 to 12 hours.

Salt Arrives
From St. Kitts

A thousand



ee

bags of fine salt

arrived here yesterday by the
43-ton ‘Marea Henrietta” from
St. Kitts.

The “Marea Henrietta” stopped
at Dominica on its way here from
St. Kitts to bring to the island
firewood and coconuts.

Other schooners arriving with
cargo were “United Pilgrim S”,
“Providence Mark”, “Hazel Scott”,
“Laudalpha” and “E. M. Tan-
nis”.

Cargo brought by these vessels
consisted of fresh fruit, coconuts,
copra, peanuts, charcoal, firewood,
posts, vaporising oil, gas oil,
dieseline, turpentine substitute,
lubricating oil, colas, cylinders of
gas, oxygen gas, kegs of lime and
empty barrets.

These items were brought
from the ports St. Lucia, St.
Vincent, Trinidad, Dominica and
St. Kitts. \

Messrs H. Jason Jones & Co.,
Ltd., are agents of the “E. M
Tannis’. The other schooners are
consigned to the Schooner Own-
ers’ Association,

PUT ON BOND

James Greenidge of Wellington
Street was put on q bond for six
months in the sum of £2 when he
appeared before His Worship Mr
E. A. McLeod yesterday.

He was found guilty of making
a disturbance near Béckles Road
a highway on February 20.

terest in the fortunes and develop-
ment of the West Indies and in the
welfare of their people (applause).

My duties as your Chapcellor
are certainly enhanced by the fact
that they give me an opportunity
to visit this beautiful island; and
all those who like travel for its
own sake or are interested in his-
tory or take pleasure in visiting
places where they can be sure of a
friendly welcome, will always be
happy if kindly fortune brings
them to the West Indies. But I
can assure you that for my part,
wherever I am — here or in my
home or in any part of the world
—it will always be my constant
pleasure to watch over your in-
terests.

To-day’s ceremony fitly sets the
seal of recognition upon the new
University College of the West In-
dies. It is indeed a memorable
occasion not only for those men
and women who have laboured so
long and so devotedly to prepare
for this day but especially for all
those like myself, the staff and the
students who are inheriting the
responsibility for the conduct of
this College upon whose founda-
tion one day we may hope to raise
our University.

Three great Universities from
the Old Country have been main-
ly instrumental in the foundation
of this College. To use a bio-
logical analogy, St. Andrew’s and
Birmingham have both acted as
the midwives at the birth while
London has been the parent with-
out whom, I venture to say, all
heroic efforts on the part of the
first two Universities would have
availed nothing. (Laughter).

The parent is one ina very real
sense of the word because for a
few years to come to London is to
remain closely associated with the
destinies of our College by reason
of the fact that our students con-
tinue to take the University of
London external degree examina-
tions, and I think we should be
proud that our first steps should
be made under such august di-
rection.

It is, too, I think, of good aug-
ury that from the very beginning
this College should have been
associated with Scotland and the
ancient University of St. Andrew’s,
Ever since the days of John Knox,
Scotland has set before itself a
high ideal in educational matters
and to a great extent has realised
it.

I like the story of a visitor from
the south who, looking over a wide
expanse of bleak moor and bog,
turned to a Highland shepherd be-
side him and said: “In God's name,
what does this country produce?
The shepherd solemnly removed
his: cap and said: “Sir, in God 's
name, it preduces educated men.

And so, although this University
is new, perhaps the newest in the
world, the fact that it is so closely
associated with St. Andrew’s
means that it can claim to spring
from a tradition that goes bac:
five centuries. I am sure you will
agree with me that none could
possibly have a better foundation,
or at any rate be modelled on a
better pattern than that of Scottish
learning

If we cast

that early epoch,



back t

ealise









ee ee



Te sinh sees esses



THE BARBADOS. ADVOCATE



PREVIEW OF BRITISH PERIODICALS at the British Council was held Monday, and was open to

the public from yesterday.



The picture shows some of the screens
as Trident, a nautical publication, Education and Art News.
getting a peep at the publications,

House Meets For 25 Minutes

2 MeasuresPassed: 6Postponed

The meeting of the House ofcourse, it is proposed, subject to

Assembly which was held yester-
day must have been one of the
shortest on record, It began at
12.15 p.m., and: ended at 12.40.
During that time two measures
were passed and siX were post-
poned.

The number of spectators pres-
ent was the smallest seen for
quite some time. When the meet-
ing got underway, just one was
there. When it ended there were
four,

The first measure passed was a
Resolution for $11,496 to supple-
ment the estimates of expenditure
for the current financial year. The
Resolution is to authorise the
supplementary provision as fol-
lows:—

$7,179.28 to the Barbados Can-
ning Co., Ltd. as a refund of
amounts paid on machinery im-
ported for the canning of molasses.

$1,183.46 to the Modern Hat
Company in respect of Customs
Duty and Package Tax paid on
machinery imported for the pur-
pose of manufacturing Irats,

The Barbados Scholarship
awarded to Miss Elsie Pilgrim in
1946 will expire during this year,
and it has been recommended, in
view of her excellent results, that
Miss Pilgrim should take a two-
year course leading to the M., Litt.

Degree at Girton College, Cam-
bridge. As funds from the Bar-
bados Scholarship grant will be

available for only one year of the



Dr.

J. W. TAYLOR.

ing throughout Europe. They
were strongholds and treasure
houses of knowledge and culture
in a world that was intolerant and
turbulent.

1 believe that our Universities
have much the same sort of task
before them to-day. Many of the
lights we cherish are threatened
by obscurity. In the fog and dark-
ness which is a constant menace
to the civilised world, our Uni-
versities are the best of all
beacons; and it is surely a wise
precaution to put up yet another
one to guide the spirit of man-

kind into the deep and safe waters |

of wisdom and understanding.

That is a privilege and a re-
sponsibility you share with all the
Universities in the world. And
so the first thought I should like
to leave with you is that you are
not, nor is any other University an
isolated unit. You are part of a
system, a great system, covering
the whole civilised world, hal-
lowed by the traditions of centur-
ies, governed and inspired by a
unity of purpose which is your
common heritage. That purpose
never changes, and it can never
be less than the training of the hu-
man mind to search out and to
know the truth.

Those who pursue that purpose
must be prepared for a hard pil-
grimage. In theology, in science
and medicine, in sociology, in his-
tory, and, in fact, in every de-
partment of learning and scholar-
ship, the search for truth must be
carriei out with an intensity of
resolve that makes immense de-
mands on human capacity and
thought. But we must never for-
pet that honesty of purpose is not
OF ITSELF a sufficient protection
against attack and misrepresenta-
tion. Ho.tility will come not mere-
ly from those who want to dis-
pense with truth because it is in-

conveniert to their interests; it
will come also from those who
find it inconvenient to their ideas

The ideclogical weapon is
very powerful nowadays and
it is wielded by people who
are obsessed with fapatical

zeal. The result is that far
too many people believe that
their approach to human

problems {is not only the best
but that it is unique. It ts not
enough for them to have the

key; they expect the worid to
acknowledge that it is the
only key



the approval of the Legislature, to
extend Miss Pilgrim’s scholarship
for one year,

To pay a claim amounting to
$2.36 for damage to a mauby cart
due to a defect in a drain cover on
a public highway.

With the starting of the Trans-
Canada Airline Service to Barba-
dos, it has become necessary to
provide more room in the Seawell
Terminal Buildings for the in-
creased number of passengers
using the building and office ac-
commodation and other facilities
for the staff of the Trans-Canada
Airlines.

The alterations in the main
terminal building required to in-
crease the accommodation for pas-
sengers are estimated to cost $860.
The sub-division of the North-
West wing of the restaurant and
waiting room building to provide
suitable offices will cost $590.

Passing of the Resolution was
moved by Mr. G. H. Adams and
there was no debate on it.

Aiso passed without debate was
a Resolution to approve the Reg-
ulations entitled “The Barbados
Regiment (Rates of Pay) Regula-
tions, 1950” made by the Gover-
nor-in-Executive Committee un-
der the provisions of section 22 of
the Volunteer Act, 1909.

Dr. H. G. Cummins (L) mov-
ing the passing of the Resolution
told members that it was to au-
thorise the paying of certain rates

Now no one will dispute the fact

that in the pursuit of trugh and
in the guardianship of the wis-
dom of mankind—I put those first
among the responsibilities of a
University — integrity, persever-
ance, patience, courage and unsel-
fishness are qualities that are
absolutely essential. But they are
not enough BY THEMSELVES
to enable those engaged in the
difficult task of preserving and ex-
tending human knowledge to with-
stand the dangers and vicissitudes
by which they will be constantly
assailed. They must be strength-
ened and vitalised by a spiritual
grace. Their work must be forti-
fied by the warmth and energy of
religion. Science and philosophy
are dead things unless they con-
tain the ferment of religion. And
we know as a matter of practical

experience that beyond the ex-
plorations of science and _ the
speculations of philosophy, the

human instinct still humbly gropes
its way towards a God.

As we look round the world
to-day, riven and twisted by dis-
orders and jealousies, we cannot
fail to realise that much of the
trouble is due to the Christian tra-
ditions of society — not only in
polities and international relations
but also in art, culture and family

{ ile-—eSAVINE been subjected to a



process of constant and increasing
erosion, The cumulative effect of
this process has been very great
And it is in those very countries
where a spiritual background has
been crushed under a load of
gross materialism that man’s in-
dividuality, his respect for human



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members of the public are



to members of the Barbados Reg-

iment whenever the Regiment is
called out on service. The regula-
tions do not apply to the Staff
Officer or the Warrant Officer,
The rates had been taken, so to
speak, from the rates paid in the
Police Force, Dr. Cummins said.
Members of the Police Force paid
for their rations, and so it was
decided that in the case of the
Barbados Regiment, 60 cents a day
would be taken from the rates

proposed in the Regulations to
pay for the rations.
The schedule of daily rates
follows:—
Lt. Colonel $13.21
Major 9.92
Captain 8.35
Lieutenant 7.82
2/Lieutenant 7.30
C.S.M. a 4.17
Colour Serjeant 3.68
Serjeant 3.09
L/Serjeant 2.63
Corporal 2.30
L/Corporal 1,64
Private ‘ 111
The measures postponed were,
the Resolution to approve the

Payment of Leave Passages Order, amended by sections 41 and 42 of!

1950; consideration of the Report
of the Select Committee which
considered the same _ resolution;
second reading of a Bill to regulate
the brewing of beer and to impose

certain duties thereon; second
reading of a Bill to amend the
Customs Tariff Act, 1921; the

Address to the Governor urging
the repatriation to Africa of per-
sons of African descent; the Ad-
dress proposing the nationalisation
of the Barbados Gas Co., Ltd.
The Report of the Select Com-
mittee which considered the Leave
Passages Order Resolution follows:



values, his creative impulses and
his tolerance of human frailties
have been ruthlessly suppressed.

It has indeed been truly said |

that wherever we find a false
idea about men, its origin lies in a
false idea of God.

I think it is a deplorable fact
that the current of religious faith |
is far weaker to-day than it was
in the last century with all its
materialism, The following story

of Queen Victoria which has been |
down through the years |

handed
clearly represents the attitude of

the men and women of her day: |!

The, King of Prussia once
asked her what reason she
could give for the unprece-

of the British Empire. She
moved to the table, picked up
her Bible and said, “This.”
The Bible is still with us but
do we still read it as the finest |
literature in the world? |

|

}

'
dented success and expansion |

FIRST AID ll

@ Alka-Seltzer brings quick re-
lief. The large tablet in a glass
of water does its work fast — }
pleasant, sparkling too! Not a



et

The Committee held a meeting
on Saturday the llth Fet
1959 when the following He
able Members were present, na




ly: E. K. Walcott, Esquire, K.C.,

R. G. Mapp, Esquire, O. 1’.
Esquire, F. C. Goddard

Alldey
Esquire

and W. A. Crawford Esquire.

The Committee after careful
consideration of the matter and
after having paid special attention

to the posts which are at present

vacant in the Civil Service, and
the posts which it might be either

difficult to fill or to retain the pre-

sent holders thereof, have come to
the conclusion that the problem

might be most effectively solved

by adopting the redommendation

of the Civil Service Commissioner,

Mr. G.-H. Adams, C.B.E., and the
Public Services Committee set uv
by His Excellency the Governor on
November 29th, 1949, with regard
to the establishment of a Publix
Service Commission

The Committee finds it impos-
sible finally to decide on the
question of leave passages before
the detailed information on this
question is available which only
such a Commission can obtain

The Committee are of the
opinion that in the event of any
difficulty arising with respect to
the retention of the services of
any Civil Servant or Teacher be-
fore the setting up and functioning
of the Commission that such mat-
ter be referred to the Honourable
House for its consideration.

Minority Report

I agree with paragraph (2) of
the Report of the Committee.

I consider that in order to meet
the existing emergency,
passage as proposed should bet
granted to an Officer occupying
an office, named in the Schedule,
that is threatened with a vacancy
and whom it is difficult to replace
and to offices named in the
Schedule, that are vacant and are
extremely difficult to fill. Two
thirds only of the cost of Passage
for a wife should be given.

As the meeting of the House
began Mr. G. H. Adams tabled the
Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic
(Motor Cab Fares) Regulations,
1950,

Mr. F, L. Walcott gave notice of
a Resolution to approve the Reg-
ulations entitled “The Motor Ve-
hicles and Road Traffic (Motor
Cab Fares) Regulations, 1950”
made by the Direstor of Highways
and Transport on the 16th day of
February, 1950, under section
of the Motor Vehicles and Road
Traffic Act, 1937 (1937-16), as

the Department of Highways and
Transport Act, 1945, and approved}
and sanctioned by His Excellency |
the Governor on the 17th day
February, 1950.

Dr. Cummins gave notice of a
Bill to amend the Police Act, 1908

The House adjourned until 3
p.m. next Tuesday.

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(SCOMFORT
after meals ?

~

RENNIES
GIVE YOU

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At the first twinge of pain, suck
two Rennies, one after the othe:

Your saliva carries the fast-acting
blend of antacids straight to your

stomach. Acidity is quickly
corrected, and your pain goes.
There’s no need to let acidity
make your life a misery—always
carry a few Rennies (each one is
wrapped like a sweet) in your
pocket or handbag. If they don’t
help, it’s high time you saw your
doctor. Get Rennies at any
chemist.

DIGESTIF

NO SPOON, NO WATER
Suck them like su ects j



A



laxative take it ANY time. }

Alka-Seltzer





“LYTIC”

The Lighter that has no
One (1) Bottle of Lighter

The Lighter that has no
springs, no flints, no wheels,
and gives a clean smoke-
free, odourless and tasteless
flame, and is wind-proof. To
introduce these Lighters we
are giving FREE of charge
One (1) Bottle of Lighter



Fluid with every Lighter purchased between now and Marcn 3, 1950.
At all Good Drug Stores — PRICE: 5/-




cleans everything
smoothly and

speedily!

See how much quicker and smoother
Vim cleans. Just a shake, a quick,
easy rub—and surfaces are bright
and gleaming !
pans, woodwork, tiles, for all
your cleaning, use Vim for
ease and speed |!



For pots and









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Smart for

FERGUSON



Carrington

After a quarter of an nour’s
grinding at Carrington Factory,
St. Philip on Monday work was
Stopped due to a breakdown in
the mechanical set up.

Cane which was intended for
this factory, had to be taken to
the surrounding ones,



Engineers are however busily
engaged in repairing the defect
anc’ it is expected that the factory
will resu)ae work within the
week

—__.

FIRE AT CANEVALE

THREE acres of first crop canes
and ten acres of sour grass, the
property of Canevale Plantation,
were destroyed last night by fire.
The canes were insured, but not
the sour grass,

The cause of the fire is unknown.

The plantation labourers gave
all possible assistance but were
unable to extinguish the blaze,

£2.10s. In 6 Months





FOR selling bananas at :
greater price, Mabel Clarke o
Halis Road was fined £2 10/- t
be paid in six months by instal-

its or in default one month’s

imprisonment by His Worship Mr

EB. A. MeLeod yesterday,
he offence was committed or
Fe uary 20







| PIGEON CHOW

PAGE FIVE

Breakdown At’ 15/- In 14 Days

LLOYD DUKE of Westbury
Road was fined 15/- and 1/-
costs jn 14 days or one month’s
imprisonment by His Wirship Mr.
H. A. Talma yesterday for not
keeping the sanitary accommoda-
tion in his house at Suttle Street
in a clean. state.

The offence was committed on
December 9.

SACROOL

DOES IT EVERY
TIME
Removes Chronic Pains,
Rheumatism, ete., and

puts you on your feet
again.

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STORES





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two of Purinds best

and

obtainable from

H. JASON JONES & Co.,Ltd.—tower Broad St.

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Also lingerie designs for
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HOURS AND Canon gy| ff”
$ cost fs || am

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REPLACEMENTS C Se
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ly. 4 z a Pring es ; a
Corrosion costs f f a year THEN 1? ie aa

ee WE les, iO ea f:

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~*~ countries every viar?

figure is astonishingy high, and

\ it after allowing for new Works the
balance represents a heavy forfeit

lack of taking proper precautions

Protection is easy with

FERROGENR

Anti-Corrosive Paint
for every INCH of metal.

FERROGENE is an anti-corrosive
paint designed for the tropics. It clings
closely tc the surface of metai-work, forming
a ¢amp-proof, air-proof skin which preserves
its life zlmost indefinitely. Js three attractive

’ h shides + —-Red, Grev an4 “Sreen.
Manufacturers BURRELL’S PAINTS, Mitcham, Surrey
Props.: R. J. HAMER & SONS (Paints)

Limited)
Also makers of - -
PEDIGREE” Implement and Machinery

Enamel!

“PERFECTO” Oil Bound Washable

Water Paint

————> J)
AQUATITE” Waterproofing Composition . oe <
P eae
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RECTORS |

PHOSTON

Phospheroug |.

that is a splendid
tonic. Taken in
it quickly tones up, 3
nerves and enables
to get a geod night |
rest. Try it and be op |
vineec. :

Price 36¢. per
ON SALE AT

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All Good Drug Stary, | f

STOKES & BYNOE
Agents,



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For lovely hair use

BRYLFOAM

—THE cream SHAMPOO
IN A TUBE

See how Brylfoam—the cream shampoo—
quickly removes the sticky coating of dust,
grease and soap-scum from your hair,
leaving it clean and radiant, Restored are the
beautiful glinting highlights of healthy hair,
silken soft and enchanting, Use Brylfoam
straight-from-the-tube, nothing to mix or spill
—quicker to apply and dry. Bnough forthree
shampoos in each tube.









gruelling
conditions.

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AFRTEX

ide in Aertex, the original Cellular fabric.
veciall ened to keep your body at an even tem-
I ‘ 1 the weave enable your body 4%













> breathe You will keep fit and stay fresh in Aertex
gee 2 ARRAS e ee Tee est F=85 * j Dinintinabiaind >i Dear’s Garage Ltd.
aied ple of material 0 ~S 4
ce wihing Oo Lid, 4 on, W, Bngland , | 127 Roebuck Street, Bridgetown.
4 ee mee eer eee eet eetereane j
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BOOKS OF jk
GREAT
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BOOKER T. WASHINGTON b¥ Basil Mathews





WHITE FANG by Jack London |

FOUR STUART PORTRAITS

by Hugh Ross Williamson



ULYSSES by James Jovce

"REASURE IN THE CARIBBEAN by A. W. Acworth



Another shipment of these Reliable REF
in stock

Now on sale at

ADVOCATE STATIONERY = | § ak
oo Tee | ° CITY GARAGE TRADING 00.

Secure yours from this lot

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CLASS

—————— ———

this life on the 22nd of February

that sad day,
eee we love was called awa

joved you dear but Jesus love you
shall meet again together som”
G0 membered by her loved
family. 22.2.50—1n

of our dear mother
UDE WALCOTT, whe
this life on 2lst February 1946
flock however waiched ani



lamb is there

fireside how 5s0-@°

. memory of our dear beloved
FREEMAN, who de-
this life on 24nd of February 1944
jn our hearts lies a picture,

My precious than silver or gold

ve that of our darling mother
# memories will never grow old.
Ei? Lione! and Eustace Harris ‘con:
"> Youise Freeman (sister), Arleigh
| Astil and Yvonne (grand-children)

22.2.50—In.

FOR SAIRF











Hil 1948 in perfect condition
10,000. Apply: Bfiston, on-sea
Coast. 19.2.50—én.,







\iR—-Vanguard; almost new. Owner
in England 3,000 miles. Owne
d new unit. What offers? Apply
Garage Ltd. Phone 4624

21.2.50—3n

SED CARS AND TRUCKS—Many
. at “bargain prices” all in guar-
d condition. Marshall & Edwards

"363 48 Roebuck Street
; 22.2.50—5n.





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iman Minx, one of the best
still going strong. Always
driven, in good condition
nab price. Apply: Straughn’s
James Street. 22,2.50—t.f.n

Morris 10. Engine recently
. Body, tyres and battery in

condition A good buy
priced. Phone 3635
22.2.50—5n

RICAL

“CTRIC: WASHING MACHINE—
Canadian, $190.00 cash, Courtesy

. Dial 4616. 19.2.50—3n
“HECTRICAL—G.E.C. Electric Oven
Mi Hot Plate. $30.00 Apply Mrs. Read
aim Beach, Hastings. Telephone 4157.
21,2.50—2n



— (Lb two-year-old
ed Filly. For further par-
Apply G. L. Harford, Nor-
St. James 21.2.50—3n




CAL

ING MACHINE, Barrett Electric,
Messrs T. Geddes Grant Ltd.
$28. Under 3 years old $200 or
Dial 4476. A. Barnes & Co
16.2.50-—¢. f.n

CULES CARRIER CYCLES—Also
21 Gents and Ladies Sports Auto
Co. Trafalgar St. Dial 2696

ISCELLANEOUS

BAITERIES—Azid Electrolite. Apply:
Tyre Co., Trafalgar Street. Dial
19.2,50—t. f.n







aby ce volt, 15 & 17.
Apply Jone Star Garage, °
ms & Speightstown. =

18.2.50—4n

, (
a arey Flannel Pants complete
Grey 1 tle Belt only $6.56. Stan-
’ cas Street. 11,2.50—4n
(P NEWS—At the Mayfair Gift

Â¥ ati eae rst fay gereere:

Al, ronation mops,
s Old U.S.A. Stamps, oe
, 16.2.50—12n.

} RUBBER HEELS—Lone Star
James & Speightstown.
18.2.50—4n

SS SYPHONS—For making

at-home at $9.60 each. Also
o Bulbs at $1.44 per Dozen. Bar-
Agencies



eASS TUMBLERS—Good quality in
at $3.00 per Doz. and % pint

: Barbados Agencies
18,2.50—6n

ee
es, a ager
4.80 per Carton of 24 Bot.
dos Agencies Lid. Bay St
18,.2.50—2n.

"S— Harvey's, in Dry, Bris
tis ee, ond Bristols Milk. Also
re oat Gold Cap Port Win«
St. ttle. Bambados Agencies
18,2. 50—6n

PLATES—White :
plain, goo
; mnlow & Soup, at $30
» Barbados Agencies Ltd. Bay

18,2,50—6n.

Bani Gloss, in
. Buff, Apple and
ae Signal Red in 1 Gallon
tea yet Gallon Can. Barba-
Bay St.
18.2. 50—6n

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18.2.50—6n

led in 3 Days

F frst application of Nixoderm
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night and you will soon
jing soft, smooth and

are Rew discovery that

“sites on the skin that

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Fae that hide in the tiny

fet Nixoderm from
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| qgDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, "T950

i 7LASSIFIE

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on the envelope—‘*

D. ADS. |



| PUBLIC SALES

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THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE



] LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Millicent Rous
| of Roebuck Street, St John. for pers
| ™™ission to sell Spirits, Mak Liquors, &c..
tot a board and galvanize shop at Roebuck


































PAGE SEVEN

| SHIPPING NOTICES













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| UNDER THE Street, St. John | $rOSoossSoeoSSsSSsssTIeT,
IVORY HAMMER | “Darea us Sees day of Fi y, 1980 x ,
j i To . ebruary, THE po. “s 2
=== | By instructions received from the in hg ae Esq., iagies Cues “Drerwoos will .
surance ; m2 - ce Magistrate, Dist. “C". and Passengers for
HOUSES | Motor © FLATS fully Jon FRIDAY February site org | for Applicant 1h rove eee Teer Sat Fee *
erator and p= Mpg a with Retrig- | (1) A.40 Austin ¢ at 2 p.m.| N.B.—This application will be con- |] reary, 1950, S
war at » Worthing, | ed. only done Gono i, ay ae Dem- | sidered at = Licensing Court to be heli
8364. 13.1.50—t.n.| VINCENT GRIFFITH. Auctineee we See oat Wen a 3 eat | a br crag sd Wace ae
_ ay © ee t 1h of “ :
meUNGALOW—With all Modern equip. |e 298090 | am Seer In Carlisle Bay St. Lucta, selling Monae Souk
Electric Light 3 toneton ae am UN Ag. Police wegilenae Dist. “Cc” IN PRT: Sch. Adali Sch. F-eedo: Schooner re y
and a Third if necessary. ‘At Goodland DER THE SILVER HAMMER f " 22. 2.50—1n. | Fleary, Sch. Lochinvar 9 Sch Marion net, Chapt fa eS oe ——
pan Near Deacons Ri. Rent|_ ON THURSDAY 25rd py ac: Belle Wolfe, Soh. D'Orta, Sch. Alexan- Agents: Schooner Owner" Associate. AND WATCH
Whites Alley “ERY Ss. me. | Ral jute we will sel her seen | @rina R., Yacht Leander, Sch. Manuata, Schooner EB. M. TantAis, 93 tons net | B.W.I. SCH ,
» City. appointments at “Shenstone”. Rocklog Sch. Wonderful Counsellor, Sch. Zita Capt. Tannis, from Trinidad via St. | re (OONER OWNERS’ °
15.2.50—tn. = which ee ley Wontia, Sth. Burma D., M.V. T. B. Vincent; Agents: H. Jason Jones & Co ASSOCIATION (INC)
“ORRISHANA? Extension Dining Table (seat 8) Radar. M.V. Daerwood, S.S. Sunray. Ltd.
ind. Apply P Mara;TRabelle, | Lands | and Arm Chairs, Sideboard, ‘Tea Treity, yates cid ; Consignee. Tel. No. 404.
t : . - . 5) | Very ni 3 *
| Swan Street. 9.2.50 f f.n. | Suite Seti s Qabinet, 5 piece Moris . ARRIVALS
| with Sprirur ' 2 Rockers, 2 Arm Chairs Schooner Marea Henrietta, 43 tons net
| , BONNIE DUNDEE, St. Lawrenc Mird : ons practically new), | am ; ; :
i ; » St. e Gap, . Hat Rack, Selby, from Dominica; ts.
' es Spee except Linens. From Jahogany: Coriete tea ae nae =e Cumers’_ Association. m3 Nehboner Association
ee sp ne. Apply: E. C. Boyce, | Pictures, Congolet ‘qu fee Schooner Hazel Scott, 30 tons net, Cart. _ Schooner Providence Mark, 29 tons net
» St. Lawrence. Dial 8240. Electric ' Fittings, Green Painted men Marks, from St. Vincent via St. Lucia; Capt. Ohviere, from Trinidad; Agents
| 4.2.50—t.f.n are and Cock-tail Tables, Glass and | Agents: Schooner Owners’ Association. Schooner Owners’ Association.
are, Dinner, T ‘ *
piiaggree WES Sage ach | Agee Manado ae eate pe | At voaren eee roursnecrsagee| IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION |
_ Dial 3986. 21.2.50—t.f.n. | Double Bedstend and Goring ta) enarxe, brain and Sha Henke in| Cable and Wireless (West Indies) Ltt. dum, 8.9 Pegasus, eee rohes
| HIGH WINDS, Cattlewash - | Presses, Vanity Table with Triplet Mir- {am American which re- | Advise that they can now communicate SS. Italia, SS. labres Min, ee OUTW.
| une iat asa, NWO ASE AY S| Simin Bole Rooke Nemours | Names Rout igour ane wate, guekes | sth the folowing. ane throu hess Navi,” S'S. Ploeer Wave, ee ee
a ‘ rings — Cecilia,’ S.S.
FLAT at B oe Filled amd Deep Sleep Mattres:r< | treatment in tablet form, discovered by an! SS. Imperial Quebec, S.S. Golfito Monice. ss "icon cans Due
Ist Maren, pyaWater Deacons Rd. from | }7a!! Mimors, Kitchen Caipinet, Electric | American Doctor. Absolutely harmless and S_S. Bachquero, SS. Fyigia, RMS Lady Rehan SS Van Oeede, So eelste Vessel
«Dial 2850. 21.2.50—3n | Roe rate, Toaster, Kettle Fan and Irons. Cred ke erent and most pow. | Rodney, S.S. Bayano, S.S. Alcoa Roam- S.S. America, 9.8. Yas | From Leaves Barbados.;
FLAT—At “Hiam” kK, pingill and Florence 3 Burner Oil Stency | Bete on glands, nerves, and | Stiy sates, Uke: SS. Indarland, Norfold, S.S. Daphnella, S.S. Agamem- ‘
Road—Front Room, Verguag, ae soe and Ovens, Scales, ‘Kitchen Thales SWare vane builds new, eens = 33. fear Oubes = S Fs gar = one Fon, Frumento, 3.9. Stella Polarls, 'S.s Ay nl tomaee ee 27th Feb.
Toilet, Bath, RMAE, Water, Kitchanette | puget mn, PGK. Carpencers Tuo! | Seay power and vigour ie it te ob hoors, | siewy. SS. Carina, S'S. Nieuw Aiwicr: 5S: Mato. Nene SS CG Thulln ES. TACT in mw wa
72 s : . ; . ' j YDCREST”
also Garage, mene, 208 Fanitune FF tere {elus..7Ths | Because of its natural action on and —_ London 25th Feb. 13th Mar,
—— ee condition : } and
* ‘CHANDOS"—A house near the in Sale 1130 o'clock. Terms cash. HOMEWARD FOR UNITED KINGDOM.
o & a con- E
es the same level floor Rent BRANKER, PROTMAN & cD , has been to ed and sands Vessel. For Closes in Bacbados
Eloomsbury, St. Thamas. 22.2. 30-24 “"19.2.50—2n, | chemists here. Get VicTabe from your S.S. “SPECIALIST” Li
5 .2.50—3 : - os es .. verpool 27t \
SSS a ee | insist abated Tee
PUBLIC NOT Commissioner of iBolive te-eelt ak eases Cul bottle, which lasts eight days, For inf apply to
ICES Station on Monday next the 27 eo Paaeeve guarantee that it must make Salil Nel “
—_—_—_—____ earn ak 2 o'clock, the following |an@ feel neve 20 years aaeeer ae Pion Tree Tite “bauhocks Kay Berean, Mr . a ae . DA COSTA & co., LTC ~Agents.
———_" ae es | money back . . - ‘ < : :
“ i Thirty (30) Cartons sanitee on return of Mattocks, Stanley Mattock: Martin Sampson, Mstr. Stephen Sampson, Mstr
£25 easily earned by obtaining orders Four ya) py a ratvantee ania: oe a a ee Ma seca Aap mend th ee ae ame beet, ar
for private Christmas Cards from | One (1) Iron Bedstead. . ‘Vi-T want costs little, | itussell, Johnnie Russell. Agnes Louis, Mr. Edgar Marsden, Miss . “i .
vour trends, "No previons rece | Taree a) So | ODS fat een Rata Hem Berber, tains Neng comma ry wa correr.*'s| Canadian National Steamsh
Seu go day today for beautiful free Two a ieee oon ~ < From Jamaica: Tien taebaies Adams Mine Mary tuk — oer e Ss ips
a to Britain's largest and| and severnl other items of Anent M.C.P., Mr. Walter Reece K.C., Hiy ton, Mr. Thomas Molen, Mr. William
retnost Publishers; highest commission, | Terms strictly cash Ce eee Excellency A. W. L. Savage, and Mrs Ball, Mr.s. Elizabeth Ball, Sir Allan
Fen wing ceasing nme BARC 4. scorn Sereaes eee CUT Ur nam, Sere sors cas
c lams & Co., Dept. 10 Victo: Govt. Auctioneer, ioner: b : S.P., : tt t, Mr. Henry Sails Sails Arrives Sails
Works, Preston, Eng! * ctoria : From Grenada: Olive Tolman, Elain? Lord, Rev. Frederick Mallalieu, SOUTHBOUND Montreal Halifax Bostor Barbad Ba.
and. es 50—Sn Tudor, Melcher, Margaret Richard. For British Guiana: Rev. .Warren eee ee er
— i _| — Katheine Battersby, Dan Lyons. Miner, Mrs Annie Stand, Mir. John Stead, ewe ae. — Ps Feb. 10th Feb. 19th Feb 20th Feb.
At my office at Magazine Lane or r. Cecil Jordan, Mr, Oepar Green, Mrs ELS — h Feb. 27th Feb sth Mar Sth Mar.
PUBLIC OFFICIAL SALE | Tuesday next’ the 2stn Fepmaee DEPARTURES By B.W.1.A.L Urdelena Green, Mr, John Theodore | CANADIAN ; t
2 o’clock I will offer for sale by public For Trinidad: My. Clement Chadder- Ramsay, Mr. Gordon Gunn, Mr. Reginald CHALLENGER 10th Mar - 20th Mar. 20th Mar
(The Provost Marshal's Act 1904 competition one property situate ott ton, Mw. Algernon Franpton, Mr. Joseph Stone, Mrs. Rose Stone, Miss Louise LADY RODNEY -—— 25th Mar 27th Mar Sth Apr 6th Ap.
me (1904—6) § 30). Savanah Road, Bush Hall. It consists of *cCaffrey Miss Verna Reid, Mr. Parkin- Stone, Mrs Evelyn Stone, Mstr. Ray- Lae aeeeeee 12th May io 1 23th Apt ard Apr atth Apr
TUESDAY the 7th day of March |@ house which is in good condition ara | gon Bynoe, Mr. Cecil Bury, Mrs. mond Stone, Miss Carol Stone, Mr. | TAny NELSON Meee aa ike: aes. a 5 EER ome
1950, at the hour of 2 @elock in the | 288 Open verandah, drawing and dining | Josephine Scantlebury, Miss Lsalene Charles O'Donnell Mr. Colin O’Donnel! : 3ist May ard J Sth 14th June 15th 3
afternoon will be sold at my office to the | 0M, (3) bedrooms, kitchen, stock pens, | Boyce, Mrs. Ada Osborne, Mr, Roy Gib- Rev. Henry Olsen, Mr. John Fernandes, | LADY RODNEY 30th May ard Sth July Mth Jul 1th July
els gl sum not under eee wall to the front with | son, Mr. Morris Wexler, Mr. John Rev. Billes.
i . es and electric rent together | A es Sails ~ rive r
| All that certain pi ' Set ge agen an Ae, F rriv Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives Arrives
int by acimenrurement wo Hoods atuats | 10ected any “day Yon aplication. >| NOBTMBOUND Barbados Barbados Boston St-dohn Hallax Monirea
0 int Philip, butting q | Mrs. Humphrey who is always at home | ¢ ; j LAD NEY t .
bounding on lands of the estate of J Deets, aes | A representative of our . Strange Red Cloud’, LENINGRAD PICTURE: LADY NELSON ater Mer. anea nesr. aut ‘Age.and Apr
lenor, o vin Alleyne,| / eer & Rez 2 sent, : : : , LAD Apr 19th Avr ;
on lands of Bayley's opiantations, on . 22.9.5 ' | Firm will be leaving for 10 Mil STOCKHOLM SOUND LADY NELSON ‘oth May ‘ain May ith tay ieth ster
raiod » Sargeant |e ee | I oO LADY RODNEY 8th June 10th Jun 19th June ist Jun
(dee'd), and on a road eight feet wid England on the 28th es ng LOND! 9 LADY NELS ; iy Zist Jun
leading to th ide} REA | ‘ Eu INDON, Feb, 21. ¥ NELSON 27th June 29h J 8th July 10th J 13th July
ioasthne with the old wel Deen House L ESTATE } February and will be LONDON, Feb. 21 ‘ British televiewers "ae night LADY RODNEY 27th Ju 29th July th Aug 9th Aug. 12th Aug
Buildings, &c., appraised as follows: | ..BUSINESS PREMISES No. 46 Roebuek | contacti “os ce ia ie ‘ound their sets were picki owe
Dl etek dices es tos | ing se Reports of a “strange red cloud | ‘* > pleking up
ae whole property appraised to FIVF moe Saat rebu It. Vers , ble f : g veral of the abd 0 miles 1 he the T .|Pictures from Leningrad and | N-B.—Subject to change without notice. Al! vessels Atted with cold stornge cham-
NDRED AND FIFTY ‘Seven | Grocery or Provision and Liquor bust leading Real Estat ss Ree SOR ee eae ane | 3 bers. Passenger Fares and freight rate ‘ :
| DOLLARS AND FIPTY CENTS $557.50). | "SS. Inspection on application. Offer gdhclen’ tie Mead e Russian frontier last night, prob- te from Rociticlon Sueeee rates on application to :—
Atta rom James Theophilus Marshal! | ‘" .Writing will be received by the “ 1es in Lon é 4 i i i ame sunspots. e ngra
| Attsched from James Theophilus Marshati | ,Writing, 2 by the| on ably evidencing Russian radio— | Plame tsp teen aunt! GARDINER AUSTIN & CO,, LTD. — Agents.
| of deohaae Deposit to be paid on day E TORNGON: | en iiy mk toctes oo Fs wavelength as London. The im- | _
hase. “Sunnyside” 5 ~day. y s . -
1 V. HB. ,ROCHEFORD, Chelsea Gardens We feel that this is a merely seeing a good example of | 28s, seen in Reading, were re-
Provo rears ts B® vost Marshal ie a 19.2.50—7n | unique opportunity for the —e art a — a | ported to be weak. aii
. 14, 1950. 16.2.50—Gn ‘Dat Amity Lodge, Worthins property owner of the Roya servatory ai —Reuter. x
7. Ss ; N
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha a. ft. to 12000 ca. ft Nee | negotiaze in the Bnolish introspect ye rr eR CHE. GLE., TRANSATLANTIQUE
a o o “. s New | ‘
Commander G. S. Dixon, OB E.. In aetites rie ; Y quite a strong Aurora Borealis last
tae feck the, See Gen ane aloe oa market for the sale, ease night. It was clearly observed in FRENCH LINE
SLADON with effect from the sth | {" wate and electric service. Fe or rental of their local various parts of Britain, and would .
povaagine 22-2 90 Bn | uimwaye, Worthing oe Par aed ene |} Properties. Those wish- {Wy certainly be seen much in such a eee:
wah te aie, ms ; ; ares fs i nN mou
NOTIC can be arranged one ing to take advantage of areas as the Turco-Russian bord “GASCOGNE” stcekta\ teen s y —
E 11.2.50—12n 0 : er,” he said.—Reuter. 9 By AAN EY teens March are Ss
SUPPLIES FOR ALL that Eatin ed ne services on the cus- MISRY neces ese sa es April 4th
THE POOR THE 4L. that three storied tone yall | * om OG ne nj *
PARISH OF SAINT MICHQEL dwelling house situate in St. Michaels | oe nk nines basis, ae NE” ...... ' oe il a ae
ow. Bridgetown, (adjoining the pre- Oo se ° Dee tM ek oe, en Ps ee + 6 688.6 ay ay
SEALED TENDERS in duplicate marked | "ises occupied by The Pernn Bay tum | particulars aaiakee Holy Year Pilgrims | *@NSCOGNE” ...... - May 24th May 31st
TENDED FOR " 6

will be received by the Clerk of the
ae up to 12 o'clock noon on Monda
e

ordered for the term of one year com-
meneing, onthe Ist day of April next
FRESH MEAT

FRESH MILK
FRESH BREAD
tendering must send in a

Each person
, letter, along with the Tender, signed by
two properly qualified persons (not beiny
embers

the due fulfilment

With respect to the Tender for Fresh
Milk, the probable quantity required for
one year is 24,000 gallons and the Vestr
reserve the right to accept the tende
of more than one person for tha supply
of this article, and all persons tendering
for this article shall forward, along wit!
their tender, a Certificate by a qualiried
Veterinary Practitioner stating that ‘h>
cattle from which the milk will be sup-
pied are free from Tuberculosis.

Forms of tenders can be obtained at
the Churehwarden’s Office.

By Order,
E. C. REDMAN,
, Clerk, St. Michael's Vestry.

Re 22.2,50—7n





PERSONAL

THE public are hereby warned agains
a. to my wife MABEL IRENE
2









ALEXANDER HINDS,
Powder Road,
St. Michael









EXPERIENCED OVERSEER, apply
Menager, Sandy Lane Factory, ie



MISCELLANEOUS

GOOD HOME for well-trained house
Dog, also Cat, (female). Apply Mrs. Read

Palm Beach, Hastings. Telephone 4157
21,2.50—2







ENGLISH WOMAN seeks furnished
mom with some cooking facilties. N
service needed. Moderate rent
Mrs, Bardon, Poste Restante, Bridge-
town. 21.2.60—2r

re
THANKS TO SYMPATHISER—! still
want little Pal.

For Sale-«Contd.





MISCELLANEOUS
nee

RUM — ‘
Bottles at 60c. each.
Ltd, Bay St.

Suckle’ in Pocket
Barbados Agencies

18, 2.50-—6n

Ful-Vue at $10.5)
each, and Films at 7 each. Barbados
a 18.2.50—fin

TOWELS—American, also face cloths
in a large variety—The Novelty Store,

McGregor Street) |
Broad Street (Corner 21.2.50--Sn |

CHILD'S DROP-SIDE COT and mat-)
tress; $24.00, Apply Mrs. Read, Palm |

. Telephone 4157
21.2.50—2n |






graphs, etc., at Gorringes
joining Hoynl Yacht Club.



EXPANDED METAL, from ‘4

3 inch for concrete work, railings ete
A. B. Taylor Lid., Coleridge Street
Dial 4100. 22.2. 50—5n





| JOHN M.
|

1.9,49.—t.i.n. |





SPECIALIST IN HIGH GRADE PROPERTY

...» Formerly ... .

lant. The dwelling house contains

he"~»oms on the top floor, drawing and

din z rooms and 3 bedrooms on the
second floor; kitchen and usual out
offices and several other rooms on the

ecround floor

Excellent..site for business, -

For further particulars apply to the
ur dersigned.,

The above will be set up for sale by
Public Competition at our office in Lueas
Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the 24th
February 1950 at 2 p.m

CARRINGTON & SEALY
Solicitors.
14,2,.50—10n



HOUSE: Modern Bungalow, freeho'd
4,836 sq ft Fruit trees, Vegetables,
lovely garden, plenty of space for Chick-





ens, Turkeys, Pigs, etc. Gas laid on
Apply: Box 55 C/oAdvocat Co

21.2.50—9n

PROPERTIES Lower BI )






Small properties each havi
ft. of land and a good Hous
drawing and dining room (2)
kitchen, Water Toilet and Bath
Electric light Price $3000 each
Another stone wall Bungalow at Fit
Village St. James standing on % pf an
acre of land, House has open verandah
Drawing & Dining room (2) bedrooms
each with water. Kitchen W.C. & bath
Prices very attractive. For all parti-
culars: Apply to D'Arcy A. Scott
18,2.50—3n







LAND in 3 lots (2 awres), (2 rds. 4 per
(2 rds.) Near Lears’ Plantation, St
Michael, ¢The two latter on front roa
where modern amenities are available











a reasonable offer accepted. Apply to
G. R. Browne, Brittons Hill, St. Michae
or dial 4191. 22.2.50—3n
WORTHY DOWN-—-Situated Top Rock
having a _ predominating view, con-
structed of 12” stone. Everite roof and
Colour-crete floors, consisting of thre
bedrooms, each having intercommunicat-
ing Toilet and Bath, two lounge Balconies
and one Breakfast Balcony a_ large
Lounge Dining room and Ultra Modern
Kitchen having built in Cupboards ond
numerous Electric light fittings through
out. Outside: Two car garage, tv
servants’ Quarters, I entirely
enclosed Possession immediate, £4,506
Apply: Ralph A. Beard, Hardwood Alley
Phone 4683 22.2.50—1n
DELIGHTFUL SMALL COUNTRY
WESIDENCE standing on a ‘4 Acre near
District C Police Station, St. Philip
being within easy reach of Lodge ar
Codrington High Sch eo S Lord
and Crane having three Bedrooms and |
‘ll conveniences Being offers! ful
fanished for the sum of £2,250 |
Mortgate for half the amount Appi





Teh A. Beard, Hardwood A Pho
4683 21.2, 50—1n
MARISTOW—Standing on 16.000 sa. ft
yn solid rock. Overlooking the ‘ea
“ayrwell Const Sronrly constructet

Timber, having Pine floors, on a ston

foundation consisting of Four bedrooms
two large Verwndar. large Kitchen, large
Dining room, etc. Qutside: Two-Car
Garage, three Servants’ quarters, Toilet
end Bath, Fowl houses, havine tw
Reaches, Fully furnished, £5,000, un
ithed £4,500. Possession within one

fu
r Ralph A. Beard, Hard-

22.2.50—In

month Apply
wood Alley, Phone 4683









their properties not later
than 27th February.

BARBADOS REAL
ESTATE AGENCY

HASTINGS HOTEL,
Phone 2336

. . .
Visit Gallilee
HAIFA, Feb. 21.
Seventy pilgrims, led by the
Peruvian and Bolivian Ministers
to the Vatican, inaugurated the




Land when they visited Gallilee,
Tiberias and Haifa yesterday.
\They will visit Jerusalem to-day
and will tour both the old and
new cities.—Reuter.




————— oo,















SATURDAY 4TH MARCH, 1950

THURSDAY 9TH MARCH, 1950
SATURDAY 11TH MARCH, 1950

TWENTY THREE EVENTS IN ALL

Eight Events First and Second Days—

|
Seven Events Third Day
|



FIRST RACE EACH DAY 1.00 P.M.

|

| The 2/- SWEEPSTAKE will be officially closed on
T'HURSDAY 2nd MARCH, 1950, at 3.00 p.m. and drawn
for on FRIDAY 10th MARCH, 1950, at the GRAND
STAND at 4.00 p.m, Tickets can be purchased from
REGISTERED SELLERS up to 4.00 p.m. on FRIDAY
10th MARCH, 1950,

The Plan for admission to the GRAND STAND
will be opened, as follows :—

To SUBSCRIBERS on THURSDAY 23rd FEBRU-
ARY, 1950. waite!

To THE GENERAL PUBLIC on MONDAY 27th
FEBRUARY, 1950, between the hours of 8.15 a.m. and
3.00 p.my daily.

All Bookings must be paid for by FRIDAY 3rd MARCH
1950, by 3.00 p.m.





Ab ryg's i
a te ca ee tty de ||) SUBSCRIBERS: Free Admission and Three (3) Ladies
kidneys. When kidneys fail, small crystals or Juniors tickets at $2.16 each.
lage inthe joints and betwonn the amacoe
causing frightial pains. Scien ‘ca |} GENERAL PUBLIC: Ladies per Day ........ $1.20
hear after ting, Dudifa Kidney Pile ome Gere om Da seececseey GLO2
lpi kidneys away excess lock per Day ...... $1.20
Mt puns the Hod i 0 Ladies Season ........ 33:00
as causing fo.
‘our is clear. Rage seed Gents Season .......... $5.00
Esappear. You quicdy regain that sprig FIELD STAND: Per Person per Day...... 3/- Each
| step of health and de Ga ie
conn Oe quate Se ate ie N.B. No Passes for re-admittance will be give
pate the red bands, Only 2/~ for
of 40 pills. e 2



BLADON

DIXON & BLADON

REAL ESTATE AGENT — AUCTIONEER — SURVEYOR





FRIDAY 3rd MARCH, 1950.

POSITIVELY NO BOOKINGS BY TELEPHONE
WILL BE ACCEPTED



All Bookings close at the Office at 3.00 p.m. on

) . ®*G. A. LEWIS,
Kt Secretary.

Holy Year pilgrimage to the Holy | Manufactured and








For further particulars apply to :—

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

the
so manne

and

Â¥

mrs an PRODUCT
RADE IN ENGLAND BY: A.LEM & Han QuaYs ire





Announcement







guaranteed by Allen
Hanburys Ltd. London, 5.2.
A Few More ..
as C. F. HARRISON’S WOOD-WORKING DEPART-






MENT will now undertake Cutting, Slabbing,
Thicknessing, Planing, and shaping to customers’
specifications. For information and quotations
apply to the Manager, Mr. Hassell (tel. 4167)
Hours 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (except 11 a.m. to 12 noon)

Cannon tras Hotplates

— wi

> 3 BOILING BURNERS

> | GRILL BURNER & PAN

@-> GREEN ENAMEL FINISH
why not call and see th

at your Gas Showroom, Bay Street

ee







VIEW GUEST
HOUSE

oe Barbados
Class Cuisin
Comfortable Beds.

Fully Stocked Bar



FOR SALE
“CARLDIEM,’—St. Lawrence

“CARLDIEM”, St. Lawrence. Fully furnished. Linen and
Cutlery etc. Four Bedrooms. Situated on the St. Lawrence












RATES ; Beach where there is excellent sea bathing. This house can
$5.00 per day up
(inclusive) be purchased at a price to give the buyer a good investment on
Apply ; | the purchase price, and it has possibilities of development, For
MANAGER, | particulars, Dial Miss K. HUNTE, Telephone 8357.




SSS



The “10” Ahead of its
Class

PREFECT

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A New shipment of these Cars 8
has just been received.
.

Phone us for a

demonstration.



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PAGE EIGHT



BID FOR

Barhados did not go back to
the wicket as Skipper Goddard
declared with his overnight score
stanaing 446 for 8 wickets, giving
the visicors 418 to make for vic-
tory. ;

rrecisely at 11.3C a.m. British
Guiana opened their second in-
nings with Bruce Pairaudeau and
Lesiia Wight, Frank King took
charze from the Pavilion end.
He bowled to Pairaudeau who
smashed his first delivery, a full
one to the cover boundary and
then on drove for three.

Neoei Lucas and Keith Walcott
substituted for Johnny Lucas
and “Boogles” Williams.

Eric Atkinson bowled from the
sereen end and sent down a
maiden to Pairaudeau, while
King’s next yielded a single te
point by Wight.

Wight turned the fifth from
Aiticingon to square leg for a brace
and then ‘played the other,

Paivaudeau singled to mid off off
King and Wight pushed to mid
on for an easy single.

Wight glancect Atkinson's sec-
ond to the fine leg boundary and
get a brace with a similar shot.
I next was a no ball which?
pulled to the long on boun-/!

b





He then took a single to¥ione from Walcott to Charlie Tay-

nid ‘on, off the fifth.
With the score at 23 Walcott
was brought on vice King at the

sctethsch teecinencianman tt LLL

KEENLY CONTEST

BARBADOS MAKE BOL

out

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATI





but did not manage to hold the
ball.

In Atkinson's next over Thomas
lost his wicket when he at-
tempted to drive, the ball edg.ng
the hat and going to Walcott av
second slips. He made no mis-

The total was now 102/2. Per- bg nt Be oe ve
saud had scored 29 including fours and he had batted 76 min-
four boundaries in 51 minutes. utes. The scere was now 222 for

Christiani joined Wight who § wickets and Walcott struck an
was 44. Hoad continued from the other quick b'ow for Barbadc:
Screen End and Christiani gave when he got Gibbs to snick a
a difficult catch to Keith Walcott gelivery behind the wicket for
at mid off before he had scored. wicket-keeper Wood to bring off
He eventually got a single. 4 good catch and dismiss the

Walcott’s next over yielded a patsman for 12 runs. The scor2
single to mid on by Christian. was unchan Skipper Came-
Christiani later took a souple of cho and Rollox now became ;s-
Hoad's next over with a hard ON- socjated and playing cautiously
drive. Walcott bowled a maiden the score crept along very s‘owlv.
to Wight. , It was 228 when Roy Marshali

Hoad'’s next over yielded thre€ who had come on from. the
singles, while Walcoit’s was 4 §oreen End got Camavno to mis-
maiden to Christiani. Wisht time one of his deliveries. The
square cut nae on ae bee ball struck the pads but a confi-
then cut one fror his SO in > cent. appeal was disallowed by
gully for three to get his 50 1 umpire Walcott.

VICTORY

but missed and had his off stump
knocked back.

cluding three boundaries in 12% ‘
minutes. Christiani cover drove Slowly
the next to the boundary to en

The score crepi along at a
slow pace—the batsmen taking no
chances, there being the evident
intention to draw the match. The
total was 248 when Kollox fac-
ing Marshall from the Pavilion
End made a full blooded drive
to N. 8S. Lueas fielding as a sub
at short cover. The ball struck
the fielder’s hands and jumped
out but he still grabbed it how-
ever, as he fell over and brought
the crowd to its feet. Eight wic-

ter double figures
With the score at 118 Weeke
was given the ball from the
Screen End. He bowled to Wight
and sent down a maiden
Christiani Out

British Guiana lost
yvicket when Christiani

another
pulled

at mid wicket and he was
for 10. The total was now
118 and MeWatt joined Wight and

lor

avilion end. He bowled to played out the remainder. .
Wight and the batsman singled Weekes’ next over yielded a a, ee Ths. gers
past the bowler off the last. single. Wight on drove Walcott} ! ein’ fs aie ‘Ser & End aad
King took over from the screen for a single and later McWatt mg his ro a © i aro ak
end, and Wight took a single to’ proke his duck with a push to 15 800 over, Gas

mi@-on, Pairaudeau cover drove ,mid on off this bowler and then
the fourth to the boundary and got the only

bowler
catch

to the
hold the

returned the next
but he failed to

Walcott’s next over yielded a Pavilion end to McWatt and the

tempting a big hit on the leg side
got struck with the ball and play

GOVERNOR

single off Weekes’
with a cover drive
now bowled from

next over

Hoad the



ee



was held up for about 2 minutes
Geskin Out
In King’s next over he gave
an easy catch to Roy Marshal: at
silly mid-on with the total at Rag
259. Trim was the last man in
and played the ‘ast ball of the
over and the last hall of the
match to bring it to a thrilling
draw, Camacho payed a Skip-
per’s innings and carried his bat
for 29 runs. Another tournament
had nassed into h'story

Clyde Walcott stole the powl-
ing honours for-the day taking
3 wickets for 46 runs. He sent
down 28 overs, 9 of these maid-
ens. Roy Marshall, King and At-
kinson took 2 each. Marsha I's
were for 29 runs ir 17 overs of
which 8 were maidens. King's
for 31 runs in 11 overs includ ng §
2. overs and Atkinson's for 43 5
runs in 10 overs of which 2 were ®

maidens.

BARBADOS—Ist Innings

BRITISH GUIANA—Ict Ionines
FPARBADOS—fnd Innings (for % ee.)

a 9
a”
446

BRITISt GCLANA—nd Innings
RP. Pairaudeau stpd. Wood (wk.) b
R. Marshall 37

L. Wight Lb.w., b King 58
R Christies x ‘Taylor b Wal 0 6 . 9 7 V
ristiani e Taylor yalcott 0
a = homie e ance b Atkinson a ° B lie , tre ‘a rri es
- omas ¢ alcott Atkinson 32 ¢ 4 x *
Pee ee. JAMAICA'S DERBY WINNER and A Class Champion in Trinidad
a Rollox ¢ Lucas (sub.) b R taken in his box as he landed on the wharf on Monday morning.
Ts. >
B McG "Gaskin ¢ R. Marshall b King : Blue Streak is favourite for the B.T.C. Stakes feature event at
» Bates bok tbs : oy ee neo a oe ee maica’s Der
rm “Blue Streak,” Jame 7
Total 250 by winner, arrived in the island



Monday
Challenger”

on
“Canadian

Fall of wickets: 1—49, 2—102, 3—118.
4—142, 5—203, 6-222, 7-222, 8-243, 9--259
BOWLING ANALYSIS






morning by
to par-

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the



Gy Se ew B B Cc R: di ticipate in the B. T. C. Spring
ee ee) cea wee. tek
5 C Hos a 3 78 3 Programme Tawil, a ‘popular business man
Pe eee Se See ne “ag tae!
E. D. Weekes 6 1 8 0 yee eae tee me ie can “Lae Pink” and “Swiss
\nglysis, 7.15 a.m, Listeners’ Choice, Roll’? which will also take part
PRESENTS jam dram tendon "Cupeios in’ the coming meet





8.10 a.m. Programme















ade These three horses are in the

30; f1,

single while King’s was a maden batsman took an easy single to a us Vos oe Werstiip, 8 30 p.m charge of Mr. Leo Williams, who
to Wight, Pairaudeau took the mid off. Wight singled ree 1 BRC Weld reine: is eh. oo down arrived on the same ship. Mr.
only single off Walcott’s next similar pS net aoa ee Analysis, 12.15 p.m. Music for Daneing. Williams is a well known race
ve with ff rive, hr y the slips to 1e bou é ai ‘ i Midweek Talk, 1.15 p.m. Radio pape — . j
e Fog ” oe he ° ae a through 4 od to square leg. His Excellency the Governor ing the prizes after such a short Noise IS) pm’ Export Jigsaw, horse trainer of Jamaica and
oad replaced King at the and the n = si Wresiees, 40 Mr. A. W. L. Savage and Mrs. notice s Tha Nowa. B10 Gea iis er Trinidad.
‘Tee . ' a sj 2 We rne eekes 5 . a ¥ 6 wi toi ® 15 . a Fle q “Ae ” “Qj
screen end and had four singles McWatt turned Weekes ier|Savage attended the final day's He also thanked the merchants {91 Srivain, 2,16 pm. Sports Review. “September Song” and ‘Silver
scored off his over ight took square leg a play of the Intercolonial Cricket of British Guiana and Barbados Peers, 4 p.m. The News, 4.19 Dullet” arrived the same day by

a sharp single off Walcott wide ,

: ete atar Wis t c
jouble figures and later Wight OM} net between Barbados and Brit-

of Charlie Taylor at square leg drove Hoad to the boundary and}io’ Guiana at Kensington yester-
and later Pairaudeau pushed to then singled to mid on McWa't Bay
mid off for another single. _ off drove the third for a single At the conclusion, the Governor
Pairaudeau struck 10 off Hoad’s and Wight played out the remaln-]e-anted prizes to the various
over including a pul] to the on der winners
boundary while Wight got At 137 King took over from} yy Pp Ac, Clairmonte, Senior
single with an on drive he Sereen End and had Wight Vice-President of the Barbados
Pairaudeau Out b.w. with his third delivery 10v] Cricket Association introduced the
Pairaudeau got q single to mid 58 including four boundaries ©!" Governor to the gathering. He said
on off Waleott and went down minutes . that Mr. Savage in the very short
to face Roy Marshall who cam The total 142/4. time he had been in the island,
on viee Hoad at the screen end. Thomas the batsman had taken a keen interest in the
He played the first but in attempt- Y the undary same and had come there at some



he WICcKé



ing to drive off the next missed an inconvenience to himself to pre-
and was nicely stumped by keeper irst ip és ; sent the prizes for which they
wicket keeper Wood. The tota MeWatt pull Hoad ‘ the were very grateful.

was 49 and his contribution was eg bounda a Sane BP. 28 rn 3efore presenting the prizes,
27 including three boundaries in 161 minutes. King’s next © the Governor said that it gave
53 minutes maiden to Thomas him great pleasure on behalf of

Persaud the incoming batsman
took a single to cover off the Last
to send up 50 after 55 minute
play. Persaud* took another of
Walcott’s over and then faced
maiden from Marshall. Wal-
cott also bowled a maiden
Wight @nd Marshal! sent dow’
another to Persaud.

Roy Marshall bowled from
the Pavilion Eni te MeWatt
and the batsman pulled the
first to the square leg bound.
ary and then took a couple to
mid on.

Goddard replaced King at
the Screen End and his over
yielded a single.

Barbados to thank both teams for
the tremendous amount of plea-
sure they had given them for the
last fortnight.

He only regretted thai he was
not here for the last four days as
he was away in Jamaica.

He however said that in British
Guiana they had 16 inches of rain
in December and January and if

Hoad bowled from the pavilion The total was then 171 anc
end to Wight who singled to mic sichnaed bowled to Thomas who it a a os - ee Awe
on and later Persaud cover drove lace cut for four. Atkinson bowl- pr doe gad meee .
to the boundary. ed to McWatt who cover drove Mr. C. 7 C. Bourne, the Man-
Wight edged the second ont a couple and later singled ..er of the British Guiana team
from Marshall through the slips ones ager the Britis ’

to the boundary and then played
out the remainder Persaud
singled to mid on off Hoad. *
Wight back drove for a _ single
and Persaud got another to extra
cover. ’
Marshall's over
a boundary past g
Wight*took a
off the first from Hoad and Per-
saud played out the remainder
Marshall sent down a maiden

Wight ‘(PW

yielded four,
ly by Persaud
le to rnid



on

got a boundary

to f«

Thomas theM thanked the Barbados Cricket As-
through the slips sociation for the excellent ar-
ff the last rangements made for his team at
MeWatt on drove Walcott’s sec- the guest house where they were
d to the boundary and two balls staying and for the practices

th a similar

ter drove to the left of mid om which the team badly needed.
another boundary, jget 8 behalf of thy Captain and
Atkinson’s next over ylelce” -embers of the team, he thanked

o singles including a beautiful i. umpires for the very satisfac-
juare cut by Thomas. MecWatt tory manner in which they had
took an easy single off Walcott’s performed their duties and the
urth to silly mid on and Thomas gceorers for the hard work they
layed out the remainder had done.

Hoad’s next over yielded fiwe Thomas made his score 20 with Each member of the team was
including a glance to fine leg fow cut to point for a couple and well entertained and they would
a couple by Persaud hen pulled the next to the all look back op this visit with

At 76. Goddard bowle ; nare leg boundary to send up happy memories. : F
the screer ry ete ne ont 6 nin ue : Md a 1 Mr. Joan Goddard, C 7a ¢
down a maiden. Persaud got a The tea interval was then taken the Barbados team, first an 0
boundary past point off Hoad’s .» Thomas 24 and the Governor for the keen inter-

first and then played out the rest
Wight took a single wide of mid
on off Goddard’s cver and then

th McWatt 46

est he had taken in local cricket
since his arrival and for present-

After Tea —$_——

got another to mid on off Hoad, On resumption Weekes bowled
while Persaud cover drove to the jfrom the Se reen End and each The Weather
boundary *. veda, cored a single. Walcott
The luncheon interval was thenfjpowied the new ball to Thomas TODAY
taken with the total at 86 Wight#from the Pavilion End and sent Sun Rises; 6.18 a.m.

was 35, Persaud 22

and Extras 2,
After Lunch

On resumption Goddard bowled

to Wight who vot > to mid

on and then ‘an

the



ovey shy

result af an
Walcott howled from the pa-
vilion end and sent down a
maiden to Wight. Persaud took

a single off Godard to point and

later Wight pulled one to the
long on boundary.

Persaud singled with an Qn
drive off Hoad who replaced
Goddard at the screen end and

later got a boundary off Walcott
with a beautiful cover drive to
send up 100 in 105 minutes. Per-
saud played forward to the next,

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slips. MeWatt had scored 47 runs
including 5 fours and was at the
wicket for 85 minutes. The score
board now read 203—5—47
Gibbs was next to the wicket

Rainfall (Codrington) nil
Total for Month to yester-
day : 1,08 ins.
Temperature (Max.) 84.0° F
Temperature (Min.) 68.5°F

and opened his account with a Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E.

single off the next ball. (3 p.m.) E. by N.
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Pavilion End and got Thomas to hour

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Saraaani 'dfe'd'. and on a road cltht fen w i Ie-dlnaT to the public rwad at Well Ho, v tSSSZft** 0,d " " *>S"" ^'' PWTI' -i*i--d toPtyr CTVTS tI Soil..I^.i*.|^Vil (J nou-ARs AND rim(TNVMachad from Jama. Theophilua idarahal fn, and towardaatlUactlon. ftr N B -tA Dapoat to be paid ia. fl.v ... | aat V H B. ROCHEFOHD. __ A.iar Protvat Harahal I'mvoit Manhal'a Office Fmb 14, ivso 1-a „_.,, V.mCE 13 HBREBY .ilvrN If •jranandar O S. DUton. O B E ha 3 u f!i-J rom •"* nrm * I>'XON %  tLAjJON wh affeci fnan Hie ltli 1 eriruary. 1M0 f| -' •—arl tt^rUna .3 aft Ona >i. iron IWdMrad. Three 1> SordK 'Jju.lene Drum 1 and m>m| othrr Itema of Lnlor*.! Term, rtrtctlv ,.* I>ARCY A SCOTT %  rer. 33 3.50—3n fOO*fpt caJbtd vT^Tabtl Ui *wraatoao r it n*a bean taatad and proved by Tn~r 1 in America, and la now avft*aha al all -hemlata here Oa| Vl-Taba fro** yaur -hemlat today. Put It to th* (eat Saa th* Ma improvement in 34 haura. Tah* th* lull bottle, ahirh laata **|M amya, uadar i a. poatUr* ruarant** that It taaat aatka yoa full of vltour. aaarry and niaJHy. %  ad r.| it ta It yaaaa y*aBa:*r or rl-TBlt-, "^i. iiL2"?'^2i_* s ??•*• *** "" %  K" n s v "> oa. s a %  . .. mmwrAo 9 • Jl^U POU.U. S I ADVERTISE IN THE ^ I ADVOCATE AND WATCH RESULTS. HARR ISON LINE OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM Portvictor. • & 9 9 land* Canada. BBS. Roea, fi b "if"' 9S Carina S S Nleua Ami,' %  ciitrie s S Melme SI 0 G Thuliii ^KxxjjLHalix 'lec M Maaaaun* '— J^eaany paatl ihc Wh >Vbruary a nirripeaiiion one |>n>peri> a houw h,rh la in nod .. n* opon a a j a aidali "riom. ij' ixvtroon. % %  front win. ..^Il T !" "'"' d ' l m,% current tca>*the> It oan be %  D^ARC^' A TOTT. Auciio.;eeT ft RcaJ Ertale Acer*.. ?2 .• to in REAL ESTATr" %  %  "ill be rrcctved by th. %  lie,: %  .1 E jam I 10 2 50—7n NOTICE SEAIaU) TENDERS in duplirata rnarhe-l on lb* envelopeTEN]inn rxm will b* lecaivod by the Clark oi lhV carry up to 13 o'clock noon on Monda the *ui day of March, ItM. for Hi led nr* free from Tubarniloaii Forma of tender* can he obtained .-d the ChurcftwarderT*Otnc* By Ordar. B C RCDMAN. Clerk, St. Mlchael'i Ve.irv 'If'tt' 3*190-71! ri ns\ ti TIIK BJIIBUI an hvrcb% ararnad tali .. %  ii-NDS '-iec Brathwailei aa I do not rn.ld "L.'->rli reaporuibl* for bl I naa conlractlnl any debt or debt* in my n*rn* unlcaa by a at mm order ..rod by me ALXXANDEK II IN Pel Powder Hoad. St. Michael n 3 soan WAa^TED HEU EXPERIXNCU} OVaWaaaVK apply t :-naar, Sandy Lane Factory. M Jame* MISCELLANEOUS WQD HOME for w*ll-tr*ln*d houa* Do. alao Oat, .female* Apr P-Ini Baach, lUatingi TWephonc H*; 31 I W F-NGLJ.8H WOMAN a**k funilahci %  ajM with Born* cooklnf facilUca N civic* needed Moderat* rent rli< liBardon. Poata Reilante. Brldfe ^lr-Con/J. -'srrLLAitous BUM ~ "Bond* StatklaIn Pk*t Bottlei at Ota. each Bartiiniii Aanc*" 1 ,d ** 9t .. a aa_* WoHhl"* %  fom t.oWi aq ft in 12.100 "uid recent I v built, nrid - I r*h wt fn r -rl*M occupied bv The rVi-nn H*v Rum .ndlng on 1.51* aquare fee lanJ The dwelling lni'.ihe** -—rni in Ihe 'on it* for bualnaea. lh* particular* apply ta tha Th* .hov* win he net up for sal* by %  i>< %  CABnlNC.TON 1, SEA1.Y Solicitor14 3 50 iOn HOCSI: M.-l %  h *M aa ft. Fruit %  ,.v. VaaMaMi %  Pig*. < %  54 C Co PROPBBTIV k Rock 'It Small mum-in each having gOOO *q i fl of land and a good Hou*rlce taOOO each Another Bton* wall Bui lahn* %  •' T" Village 9t Jamaa tardinar %  -. '. In an acre ot land. Houe* hat open >n..i.dah %  -Mo .J. bedmomi 1 r.a-h with .' % %  •.*. bath I Pricea vmy altractlva For all P*rO-1 LAND in 3 'ota it acre*'. .3 rd* 4 per — r Latn' Plantation, St [ Mhrha*l.*Tha iwo latter on front roa -)%  !. %  % %  %  dm %  ,!'.•.re .iva.li.hle rranonabl* niter acrepled Apply to | H |t.,. ta ,.... Bnltona Hll Of ,1-..'. UM 33 3 50—in WORTH) %  f>>lour-cr*te ftoorB. ... MTMettandB Ui two %  aia Balwnlti ,-. lining* Ihmita room and Ultra Modem i -trie light fitting* through | Two tag aj entirely ,-l.we.l Pa:. %  KB. BW M J la nrt.ifiiiT Ih-tr-ct C Police St.iti.ML *lrm within *%  • r* %  %  %  nctt. Beirut offer.i fo' %  '-.r the MH;I of £3.300 4ortga*e for half the .-mount AjW 1 %  IdB MARnrri'v. "t -n fi . %  Timber, having line floor-, on a etnn mndatton •ning room i Tw.i-Car %  %  *-'h ApplvRalph A Be-ird. Hardood Alley Phon* 4*t3 VI 9" In __ rul-Vu* at 110.9 ... n nd Filma .1 B c each Barbado* TOVMaV Amwrlcen. aJ*o far* clotha Broad Btratt tCarnar McOragor *£%^ CHILD'S DBOP-SIDE COT and aaatreai fM 0t Apply Mr* Head. Palm Searh. Haatlna.. T%*aphone "' ^ ANTIQUBt— of **wy da*.-rir.u^. Qlaav China, old Jawala. On* "*•*. Wataraokwari Early book*. Uap*. Autognapha. ate al O u rr tn gaa Antique Bbap, adiotning Ba**J Yacht Club 1 * t n EXPANDED 1 Uioh ft I r, fba ^,Xa. 41CO •rark, railing* '•' Cofcrrid. Bl 3 SO—Sc How to Banish U_i TW ^~u b, .—"i •> * w>ni~ !*-> %  '•* %  " "" uU Up *. % "<• -^ w~ *• — %  % %  SaMMrW. SoaacWaar k_ a> ulw. ItaM • KWi rw a, %  aai *• U>II "• *" %  ••" %  . Y.ilj~ r .-' H ** ataTeialffEaaTB i^TUak^Upav • ai SMXIALISI IS llll.ll (.KMH IR.illKlV Mlll> ML m.\o\ . Fttrmrrl. HI VOX A III. \IM\ HAL UTATK AGENT AlCTIOM U 1<>K IMPORTANT NOTICE A representative of our Firm will be leaving for ind on the 28th lary and will be contacting several of the leading Real Estate Agencies in London. We feel that this is a unique opportunity for property owners here to negotiate in the English market for the sale, lease or rental of their local properties. Those wish1 lake advantage of our services on the customary commission basis. are asked to send us full particulars and prices of their properties not later than 27th February. BARBADOS REAL ESTATE AGENCY HASTINGS MOTEL, Phone 2336 ABUUVAU By B W I A i FVtan Trlnadad: Kale Matte k. Ka> Mat toe kt, Slanlev Mattock*. Martin t.Udv* Shirlev. Mary RLI Buaaeii. Johnnie Ruaaell From AnugBia limn B-.i' I Ifcerbe.. Barbara Baleatar From Jamaaoa: Mr Oranllev Adam* OP. Mr. Waiter Keece KC 111. •Ixcailency AWL 9avaga>. and Mr. S-rvag*. Dalermple Oabb. Hebecca Reecc. i-idy MonrnerTe. Mr O Johnson From Grenada: Olive Tulman. Elai.> i r.ator. Lucy Melcrier. Margaret Rtchard. Katheln* Bagteraby. Dan Lyon* IIEPAHTUBKO MT B W.I A I. >-or Tnnldad: M>. Clam-nt Chaddcrton NW Algernon Franpton. Mr Jc*.-pi -ra^alfray Ml** V*rna Read, Mr Partm aon BVTVOC. Mr Cecil Bury. Mr* Joaephlne Scon'.lcbur.'. Mia* laaiene It"". Mr> Ada Oeborne. Mr Roy Olbin, Mr Mom* Weiler, Mr John •.ham. Sat Newnham Wuriay. Mia G Iterean. Mr Q Ueramn. Mr* Bv*l>n Sampaon. Mstr Stephen 9arnpaon. Mi'r Michael SanMMJan. Mr O Kjugnt Mi Aarar* Loula, Mr Edgar Maradrn. Mi.a Wrndy OafTnay. Mr. Mary Uafln*>. M14 Mttholl Qaa m ay, Mr R, .*.. %  %  %*._: Mia Mary Hurah. Ml** ICathanne Mm tan. Mr. Thornaa Mfwaan, M Ball. Mr %  att l aabaU. BnlL Sir Allan Coltvmore K T Mr Qranite. Adam* M %  I' Mr llutt Mr* Ituit Mr Hnirv lord. Rev rredactck Mallalieu. For Rrltbrh Oulana: Bar. .Warren uunr 9tead Mr John Stead. Mr fecil Jordan. Mr iha-ae Crdelena Crean. Mr John Tt.ei-t.iv Kannw.v Mr Gordon Gunn. Mr llegu >-.. Stone, Mr* Boa* Bton*, Mia* LaueBl Stone. Mre EWelyn •Hone. Matr Ravm.a*d Stone. Mua (tml Stone. Mr t^uarle* O'Dnnncll Mr Colin 0"TJonn*ll Hi John ramandt*. RCA Billea S.S. "CUSTODIAN" S.S. TACTICIAN" S.S. "LLOiTX*REST London %  I-ondon 7th Feb. 27th Feb. 17th Feb 4th Mar. 25th Feb. 13th Mar. nOMEYYARD FOR UNITED KINGDOM. V**Bai, Far CVBBM ta Barbtuld* SS. "SPECIALIST" .. Uvvrfjool ^7th Feb. Fr fmrUtrr Infornutlon apply *• DA COSTA ft CO.. LTL -Agent*. Canadian National Steamships Mil rtinoi Ml LADY RODNEY : A1YI \ri.N. (| CANADIAN CHALLEHOBH IADY RODNEY I-ADY Ml 1_\HY UillNIV IAI1Y NEl.StlN LADY RODNEY *] ioi' UM r.*-.' \i... l*h Apr 3rd June Jrd . BM htar %  ITt %  M H 9th Apr Iltl, aTBi Din May .Strange Rod Cloud 10 Miles Long ION. F*b. 21. Reports u( %  "stninge red cloud about 10 D lie TurcoRusslan frontier last night, probably evidenciiit! Russian iiidio— avtivity expei imenls. were discounted here to-day. People were merely teeing a good example of the Aurora BorealU; a spokesman of the Ro>al Observatory at Greenish told Rcutrr. "There Wftf quite a strong Aurora Dorealls last night. It was clearly observed in various parts of Britain, and would certainly be seen much in such areas at the Turco-Russian border," he said.—Renter. MtRIUVMtl'Nn llarr-.d— ilail'ado, lb LENINGRAD PICTURE: STOCKHOLM SOUND LONDON, Feb. 21. British televiewers last night found their sets were nicking up pictures from U-mngrad and sound from Stockholm. F.xperts blame sunspots. The Leningrad transmitter operate* on the same wavelength as Ixindon. The lm%  get, teen in Reading;, were reported to l>e weak. Renter IADV Bl H I-ADY m tADY lUtONEY I-VHY NFjgtON IAUY ItOONEY I-IDV \ri.SnN 1ADY RODNEY 4th Mar Hit Mar lllh Ai* n \i.. — ana Mar let Apr Ind ABBB < • Min Apr arm Apr. •lh U^ tth May iTih May tth June 10th J., itih June %  : %  •-. ...... 31th .'., Bttt Jvdl Uh Aug -Wth Aug lHh All| GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD. Agents. Holy Year Pilgrim** Visit Gallileo HAIFA. Feb. 21 Seventy pilgrims, led by the Peruvian and Bolivian Ministers to the VaUcan. niauaturated the Holy Year pU^rtrrtage to the Holy Land when they visited Gallilee. Tiberias and HaUa yesterday. They will visit Jerusalem to-day and' will tour both the old and pew citiea. -Retiler iri AN (Utnfvuu ptoDucr — %  %  %  "" %  aWMmM BARBADOS TURF CLLB RACES SATLRUAY 1TH MARCH, 1950 THURSDAY 9TH MARCH, 1950 SATURDAY HIM MARCH, I'.'.Mi TWENTY THREE EVENTS IN ALL Eight Events First and Stiond bays— Seven Events Third Day FIRST RACE EACH DAY 1.00 P.M. The 2/SWEEPSTAKE will be officially closed on MIRSDAY 2nd MARCH, 1950. at 3.00 p.m. and drawn D FRIDAY 10th MARCH. 1950. at the GRAND STAND at 4.00 p.m. Tickets can be purchased from REGISTERED SELLERS up to 4.00 p.m. on FRIDAY 10th MARCH, 1950. The Plan for admission to the GRAND STAND will be opened, u follow* :— To SUBSCRIBERS on THURSDAY 23rd FEBRUARY, 1950. _^. To THE GENERAL PUBLIC on MONDAY 27th FEBRUARY. 1950, between the hours of 8.15 a.m. and 3.00 p.m. daily. All Bookings must be paid for by FRIDAY 3rd MARCH 1950, by 3.00 p.m. si IISCRIBERS: Free Admission and Three (3) Ladies or Juniors tickets at S2.16 each. i • IB ERAL PUBLIC : Ladies per Day $1.20 Gents per Day $1.02 Paddock per Dy $1.20 Ladies Season $3.00 Gents Season $5.00 HELD STAND: Per Person per Dy I Each N.B. No Passes for re-admittance will be given. All Bookings close at the Office at 3.BB p.m. oa FRIDAY 3rd MARCH, IBM. POSITIVELY NO BOOKINGS BY TELEPHONE WILL BE ACCEPTED A Few More .... i .union In lli|il;i[i'N with aV> I BOBJNi; iiriiNERS — aI URUX HCHNrat A. CAN UHEBN ENAMCL MM-i h> not nan BD4 M lnafn lta> sure' II VIEW GUEST HOUSE HssUiurt. lUrbsdo. Hlsh Clua Cuhlnr. ComforUble Beds, roily Storked Bar BATES: M.* t~, dsr u. In. In.I,, Apply : MANAGE*. UK. 1.I.I 1 :.. IK.\.\S.\II AMIOI K FRENCH UNI S.lllni i„ Trinidad %  AS, 00M1 "GASCOONC" XISR" 'aascouNE" April 18th May 9th May 24th Salllni ta rg—a MaJrch Usl April 4lh %  May 13th May Jt>t For further particulars apply to: — R. M. ^ONES & CO, LTD.-Agents .lllioiiiiri'iiii'iil C. F. HARRISON'S WOOD-WORKINCi DEPARTMENT will now undertake Cutting, Slabbing, Thicknt'sj.in>;, PIADI I NlttMMtaV specilications. For information and quotations apply to the Manager, Mr. IfiaTHll (toL 41tT) Hours U u.m. to 4 p in (t'Mtp: 11 .1 m. lu 11! noon) I Oil SAUL "CARLDIEM,"-St. Lawrence •TABLDIEM". tL I.:iwi.-n.v Fully furnished, l.lnrn und Cutlery etc. rour lledrooius. Situated on th.B Ilca.h where there it excellent sea bathmif. This house can he purchased al a price to Eive the buyer a good Investment on the purchase price, and it has posaibilit nent. For particulars. Dial Miss K llt'NTE, Telephone 0357. %  -V-W.-.-.V.UHII 19.2 5 • G. A LEWIS, SacreUry. The -10" Ahead of Us Class PREFECT A New shipment of these Cars has just been received. Phone us for a demonstration. Charles McEnearney & Co. Ltd.






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: ; LONDON, Feb, 21, CLYDE WALCOTT TAKES |
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E MENTING of the subcommiiice ef the International T :
im Sugar Council, arranged fer nexi weel » has bean post- BOW LING HONOURS H
- poned. The meeting was te have diseussed the Cuban 7
E proposal for restricting world sug-r € ia : .
tain’s agreement with the West iidies has net beer | (By O'S. COPPER) %
d, her requirements on the international tharket are 4
” rs are | i "

il unknown. Temporarily then the subeommnn | BRITISH GUIANA yesterday, with but a single f
"without facts—on which to begin discussions, wicket between them and outright defeat, held
. SO case s ad Sees rs tea Ne aN ‘ Pg
— + A well-informed international Barbados to a draw in the second Barbados-British

- | W = A Will | he consitered ery mle me today Guiana Test which ended at Kensi n Oval
| sidered that ev ensingto .
Di A. elie I |B.W.I. turned Mle tee et British Gvi 7 th
i : | Ministry otras eee the Fo°d ritish Guiana therefore took the honours in the
J F d 1 ing- i i
R I |dom would still consider ur mt Test having led Barbados in the first innings
: stil ler ‘the \ r
ollow u img | they had an obligation to ved : S ed S
ft. from the West Indies on the | ee AE a LR RR , Set a runs to make yesterday f
; ‘ ‘ ; sited ici 4 ; 4 9 avoid outright defeat Britis “4
l Sugar Talks cannes uae ance Tn other | ae. ee uen Barbados wicket-keeper, fails to stump Persaud, the B.G. aggressive batsman in the second innings of Guiana had scored 259 at anes 3
. ingdom isn’t | " B.G. Barbados Test. play. Fortunes fluet ‘ ‘
~ i los Advocate Correspondent likely to regard the West Indian a epee a bewildering ron ee “2
_— GRENADA, Feb. 21. lee tae a coe for en- " . ; io } one time it seemed as if British
Whether Great Britain grants © tree market to a 20 000 M t | U K. W, ll S t “6S 1 t | 7 B Guiana, without attempting to ne,
jhe sugar producers what they are gg extent than that provid- | 9 era _ ° l pt OCtatis eWe rea S __jgotiate the tall total of 417 on a
mking, as a result of the talks| ® The wane ys ' °° j ° ee six days old, that gave the i |
ning here on Thursday morn-! vest Indian reply to the d rash 7 F; It Wi i R I t /owlers sudden and fruitful as- ral

ant the people of Gren- Food Ministey has to be com- or ers e rom 8 Ou h e a 1ons sistance time and again, would a
. “are less ifn municate on or before Marck dictate the terms of , tame oe

could not care less. Life in| |" March § a very tame 5

ada since Sunday when the| /St.. When the reply has been IN PARIS Says Churchill WITH BULG ape ‘a
Sella Polaris” came in, has been or aOne rains position is! PARIS. Feb. 21 ARIA Theda nad quite possible since ‘@

thing but carnival for the peo-} Known thé International Sugar | iced ah oruene ee . . : ; WAS iT as Barbados was yesterday without id

af St. George’s, and the tune Council sub-committee will Sak tatione, a i tang wag + the Mr. Winston Churchill said in an election speech hore | The United eens 7. #1. |che services of’ their stock slow 4

e S : nalise ne ar Factory “ r . oS as cide . an “ 9 .
fie “Santa Maria” ¢s the scene| the United Kingdom to make a|jn poe s°4 aeanirte anda a to-night, “I look forward to Thursday, when with a gesture|to break off diplomatic ie apn bowler C, B. “Boogles” Wil-
f daily improvised cabarets, | aero - the maximum re-|this morning before a strike to| Of intense wrath and indignation and contempt, the British} With Bulgaria, the State Depart on cheeank of aa tase ot a 5
jfult an hour after Bustamante’s/ Vuirements of the international] pe held in the Paris ete s-| Nation will spi » Socialist tre p their | Ment announced to-day, In ¢ b| Rend Witte Cin eaat ee oes 1a
Mitaay. the pampadour market—if possible over a num : a ‘aris metal indu n will spit the Socialist trash and jargon out of their! yg Bu ria lant _ ae a note/nand. Their chances of winning als
“day, > adour ie gl ~{try had begun | r forever.” , © Hulgaria last month the United | were ther precis . DS
fis came to sell him a printed| ber of years. With this infor- The factory employs about — eee States Government Genncians * John Goel i age vend — uy
gig as he was sinking a glass of] ation before them the sub-| 35.000. , a3 eae ———w! Sbeaking in his constituency | sever diplomatic relations. unless | boelee ee ee ant arm spin
y side Committee will then be b tte Dat } 1." . T Woodford, Essex—Britain’s wa he Bulgari jover: ess bowler was also unable to take a
r by my sic e. } ab } iar PR etter Between five and six thousand | I ores Move No time: Prime. M abe ‘ F garian Government witi- the field, i
/Wearing a bodice of bright, yel- Strietion rr lec + the re-| manual workers in the Ford fac Coy - a naa oa eae oo ee ican Minna eee John Goddard declared at hig ti
Mand blue specked silk, red| Sttictlon—as proposed by Cuba—| tory, employing about 70.000 were , : V | a ‘arty hac | the American Minister in Sofia. | ver=night score of 446 for 8 wick- ey
} : ’ et y; 4 ab 70, F | st eye ; ae . Sofie over-night s 4 ick- a
en skirts, green slippers, and| is necessary in any form ' |still'on strike after downing tools| Confidence V ote poken mare talsehoo s than The decision was communicated | ats and 8. Oomuated the alah Ft
ly-coloured handkerchiefs, the} | The view of the majoritv of|last Friday. Strikes in smaller | howaue eh recall. He declared |‘o the Bulgarian Government in| for the entire day. The opening a
padour offered Busta a song. | fngernestonal fagat experts I am|metal factories brought the total | IN CANADA hewever, that apart from. on¢ et eo er by : note sent by | batsmen Bruce Pairaudeau and ‘ny
, who had just received a| informed is that the Cuban pvro-}idle to nearly 20,000. pital : “apse trom good taste and man- | "€ United States Legation, | Leslie Wight opened confidently 1 , ALO . MF
welcome at the airport posal is “premature restriction-} _To-night’s meeting of All Metal | The life OT TAW A, Feb, 21. ers, committed by Sir Staffors The Bulgarian charge @affaires | ond 49 runs were stered in 53 a Wage a
Mis banners bearing his name,| ism.” Most think that the Cuban | Workers’ Union to plan a refer-| ba ne i e of the Canadian Liberal | Cripps, Caancellor of Ex a : Peter Voutov, was call- j}minutes before Pairaudeau was 26 runs before Rollox was out to es
PThis song is not about me; don’t] Scheme would preiudice the on- endum may touah off a general ieee “ Seon sucengied in’ a} chequer, it had been one of NF ae ae peate Department to- | stumped by wicket-keeper Wood a brilliant catch by “Brickie” yt
ti know who I am? I am Busta-| inion of the world’s consumers|strike in the Paris Metal Works | ae cane A has blow n up partly | most well conducted at iemuré =e se ag Deputy Assistant Sec- | off an off spinner from Roy Mar-|Lucas at silly mid-off, fielding |
inte.” The girls replied “Then against the International Sugar | Industry. In some factories voting | aiieaaee oot measures, _unem- |contests he had witnessed a Hed a. ee ~ European Al- | shall. substitute for his brother Johnny ie
can afford to buy one” Busta| Council making it more difficult| hag begun independently Branreenve Conaaereshiae Taam Churchill was apparently re- | |, Sas agee sites — Thompson, |" B.G. although not ahead of the | Lucas. We
Seht three, to institute contro! of nroduction | The strikes have resulted from| ,, Garvan tress ie hy > 9 eas lerring to Cripps charge on Feb-| States woul i F Shes the United } clock kept very close behind and| It was a powerful drive by Rol- ‘a
SEirlier Bustamante told me,| if ultimately thic should be ne-| dissatisfaction with a five per i Rieder ante i Crees t ruary 17 that the Conservative | sentatives feo withdraw its repre-/100 was hoisted after 105 minutes |lox and Lucas first abrested its
Mme encouraging sign is that|cessary.—(By Cable) cent wage increase offered by em-| (io, cealabans ond aoe tae leader had gone to the level < Se ers jof play flight in a magnificent~effort and f
Britain has postponed the Ployers in the first worker-man- | ful activities of Communists in | “2uttersnipe politics,” and was} The State Department demands | , then fell backwards but-still held &
ernational Sugar Council tails, Sueenent negotiations singe collec- | Canada” are inadequate, has|iMduiging in “blustering and ir-|® the recall of Bulgaria's repre- | Two More on to the ball,
i ‘ ‘ te ve bargaining age C Gl Se oh ; : e aponsil . meee sentatives > d Ste | aM
4 cen ae aout Reig B H Mav ake ‘ — ame," | moved a motion of no confidence |" sponsible vulgarity ; on a ny United States. | Two more wickets fell before Detending BE
ference is t at whatever decis- e ° { in the Government. Accusing the Government s & Note sent to Washington on ' the third fifty could be made and ‘
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e ° \-@ ish Mini in Gover , wasting Marshall Aid, Churchili | ¢)yuary 19, ee nang eerien | it Was at 142 that Andy MeWatt|. Camacho still defended stub-
i res i i vere ap- sserted: “The reate service | e aemandec he =im-{ and “Bruiser” 'Th ae hac oth ly b -casional. J

€ : Spanis jresign if the motion were ap as erted The greatest seryice | aia as a } anc ruiser omas became as ornmly but occasionally exequted ;

- Busta at Santa Maria rievaneces } p i inister | proved. Drew also said the} England could render to the civ- bane oD ane i Donald, sociated in a partnership that car- | well placed cover drives. and neat Hl
pAtccompanied by his secretary, i Assassinated | Government had not taken ade- | ilised world is to stand erect o1 | oribed i ad ee vn nel Phy 10 Was des- ried the seore past the 150 mark | leg glances. u
ss Longbridge, Bustamante, Before { N ; / | quate measures to expand mar- |her feet free and independent.” | >. vie nent pes grata | abter 161 ninutes of play and Gaskin who joined him was not a
mplete with white bowtie, Ne | IN MEXIC. | kets for Canada’s surplus products | He accused Prime Minister Clom AAVING Deen un eee tte. Of | safely past the double century in | comfortable to King who now de~ at
jm, Harris tweeds, and black} Barbados Advocate Correspondent 0 sore} OF tO deal with inepeased unem: lou. Atilee's .adeninistration in }“Peatero Rostov. “who Wa Cee OB S hefore:. MeWatt was | veloped rare rpeed and. i

one of the few delegates}. __ BELIZE, Feb. 21. NEW YORK, Feb. 21 | ployment: —WOWer.” Tieading Britain to a state. of | at “Santa Maria.” Also| | The re-action of the people to! Jose Gallostra, Spanish Minis~| | insolvency.” | December 16, St alae it 0s: hounigden, | hamseee gS > aeeartien 60m,
pig Barbados’ D. G. Leacock,| the cancellation of Princess | ter to Bolivia ton oh t Jead j : * ; —Reuter Relations were formall I | Wicket: he bit five boundaries, hammered at great pace and next of
ta’s Sir Robert Barker, and| Alice’s visit to British Honduras | Mexico City alaernet : “News Indonesians ” in ‘Sofa ated - aoe 2 ER Thomas played a sound innings | over, forced him to put up an easy %
fed to-morrow is Trinidad’s} Was one of indifference. Private | york Saedh” takoach site | napster siapesiaiiien Mr. Heath presented < in ay when) for 32 in an hour and sixteen |catch off another bouncer to Roy
Gomes. opinion expressed some satisfac-| Gay = amen epee: Soe s the Bulgarian oa onl — ‘°/ minutes and made a single mis- | Marshall at silly mid-on, He had "
Most of the delegates are stay-| tion at the cancellation but at|° tis ssail oo ie Going To Moscow Eleven Ask Avert ¢ oreign Office, take in his innings when he gave | not yet opened his account, ‘s
Bat the charming old world| last night’s monster meeting the | Gabriel Fleiee’ apo eben, citizen, First Tim |# dificult chance to Atkinson at | Trim, last man in, had but to Hi
Md Hotel at the foot of Gov-| speaker did not mention the| qe Reo Who fought with ee. | Atom War '* This atin | leg slip off Clyde Walcott at 28. | play a single ball from King bes @
Pe en Pe woes) ere, ae ee ® mn UN’ | the Republican army during tha| Indonesia has informed Russia ; Siaie. |S the first time the United} ‘But with the dismissal of | fore play ended for the day and x
ent House. They. include Sir} eer naps _ even once. At| Spanish Civil War, was said te| it is sending a delegation to Mos- LONDON, Feb. 21, |°‘#'es has broken off relation} MeWatt, Barbados had a spell of |the usual mad rush for souvenirs ae
i Saint and Grantley Adams, | netadien tence” all i wes Conn have acknowledged he ac ted from} cow to open diplomatic relations,| Eleven British atom. scientists | ° = s nation since the war, j success that almost turned the | began. Skipper Camacho had
a ee A. Cuke _ staying | cosieens prone ¢ te coe political motives, the dispateh| it was announced here today today called for “the utmost at- his thy a or Kostoyv last De-| tables completely in their favour. carried out his bat for 29,

q » James and the over eriniea apLO 4 . ~ al and added. : Mohamed Hatta, Premier and tempts” to avert a. “disastrous nwer, the indictment said that) Both Thomas and Gibbs were Clyde Walcott bore the brunt a
W of delegates are at the, ¥ Immectiate plans to at-| Gallostra had been temporarily | Foreign Minister, recently re- | atomic war.” jn two interviews in 1947 Mr.| returned to the pavilion with the |of the Barbados bowling attack ae.
les. | tempt to get a hearing before the| representing Spain in Mexico. jcelved a cable from S.viet For-| They said America’s deeision to | fe@th had told Kostoy to co-| score at 222 and when Gibbs left, | yesterday and deservedly carried ie
-one delegates are expect-| United Nations, on the basis of —-Reuter }eign Minister Vyshinsky stating develop the hydrogen bomb | 22“! ate his activities with those | seven wickets were down for 222 |off the bowling honours to com- fy

attend, when Governor} human rights with self-Govern- “either you send your representa- | showed that an atomic arms rac¢ of Marshal Tito. ; and British Guiana were still 195 | plete a great all round perform- a
ll opens the talks at 8.30 pant as the ultimate objective. tive to us or we shall send ours to|was in progress Mr, Heath denied these state-| puns behind. ance ;
fon Thursday in the 100-year-| The meeting was the first held + . ° ; You, We agree on our part in| The scientists headed by Dr. | 22 Rollox and Camacho in a dis- He sent down 28 overs. and be
Mourteen windowed, undecor- by the committee since Tuesday’s 8 K pan sh Officers | either way.”’ Russia recognised |R, H. S. Bursop, Secretary of the sie United States State Depart- play of resolute defence stemmed | claimed the best figures of 3 for ie
Eapalative Council chamber} disorders and detachments of the oui : | the United States of Indonesia on | Atomic Sciences, Committee of the | ment in a note dated January 26) the tide temporarily and put on ! 46, if
rge’s. | Royal Inniskillings arrived in the Visit U. S Bases | January 26, —Reuter. | Association of Scientific Workers, } *°°US®4 the Bulgarian Govern- | on
Conference will elect its} City from a camp ten miles away, jealled for a new effort to find a on ¢ ee ae oe ae oe ny ue
Mchairman, and the hottest tio} but the meeting was the most WIESBADEN, Feb. 21 : 1 means of controlling atomic en-|7‘a'cs “egation in Sofia in the
# Savary, Speaker Designate peacetut since January, though} ight Spanish army ~, iir~ Danish Meta! ergy, or a “new contribution to seeelbten, votre indienition ane i
dad's Legislative Assem- |‘ enunciation of Britain's coloni- | force officers on a five day tour of 7 ewan cane the wider problem of international | 7©5'"!clons which have now made ° a
: al policy was severe—By Cable. | American army : i WwW orkers Will Strike | relations.” it virtually impossible for the lega- | q
3 ’ A army and airforce bases | K : : tion to perform its normal dip) = } ;
Bradshaw. St. Kitts’ Trade in. European command to study They said all nations must eee erent oe
my Leader, told me this morn- weapons. and training methods, COPENHAGEN, Feb, 21. | “sacrifice some of their national ~s —— we a ew On) : the begt With do y
phis impressions about sugar. 6 FARMERS inspected the First Infantry Div- |, Danish Metal Workers today |interests for a realistic hope for | ‘?€ “egation employees had bee: : Y P . ;
amed up in two words: r ision at-Bad Toelz, Southern Ba-|handed in final notices for a | continued “peace.” bein - anlieead ie oii aan | ;
$ : I ky Ries . ae aes : cs rs ite " cing Matitreated by the ulgaria: %
serious.” varia, today. strike which may finally involve Reuter, ae Rn Aer ;
impossible to predict the IMPRISONED The Spaniards, here at their Slant ot ikeaiee comiane | oes ves oa, hed. a. ws i
setings e ais al : own request, arrived in Wiesba- |& of “enmark § population. ® Js : " ee : a i
oe me Ae we aA PRAGUE, Feb. 21. | Gen caution and spent the day |, The metal workers strike is due | Rumania W ithdraws —Reuter. 4
Ss We pve peeves ers Who own more than | sui y rican army au- |t0 begin on March 6 and other | ' :
follow whatever ruling gov- | 59 Of land: wins. eee talking with American army au Unions have alesedi. ikeued: fcat:| F W H O _—_——_—__ (
Mt give, and, as Busta says, | ccs wil Aneaee thorities at Heidelberg. a ave already issued first | rom f1.U.
tbe unanimous |e ren * | They will also visit an anti- aie Sei | — a y
i Zoe be unanimous. | 161, nays to-day. aircratt battalion before returning. }, The official Conciliation Board} GENEVA, Feb. 21. | Egypt Wants
; —By Cable. They charged of having —Reuter, |have so far been able to bring| Director General Brock Chis- \ ;
failed t er full “quota of about agreement only on minor a to-day foveves an pars mad Removal Of
a ; grain to tate, and for not | points. —Reuter. {cable announcing Rumania’s with- | /
7 » 2 4 ’ “ . | ene |
; i Chief See 8 planting . acreage, decided by Pope *s Present | ane from oe te paenlst, British Troops } !
Y *n cP the local authorities. Their land | Te ti Tganisation. Russia, Ukraiue and | ' -
B Ore il Ss Minister was confiscated, and they were Stolen en uestions }Sulgaria have already withdrawn, CAIRO, Feb. 21. y
: | deprived of their rights of citizen- : rep. 2 jsaying the organisation was not Egypt is studying the possibility | f
. ‘ } ASMARA, Yep, 21 'meeting the needs of the people ; sei .
The new oem, Feb. 21. ship. MUNICH, Feb. 21 The Ualied Nethens Cénie ae oe het were of submitting her request for ;
in Rome ¢ gy eal —Reuter. Two boxes of chinaware order-| sion enquiring into the future of r ¥ ; i- | Britain to evacuate her troops to
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, Alvez
Filso presented to-day |

. ‘ ; : ister J. Von Ribbentrop as a} on matter. ; ft terri- 7 a Worl ister Mohammed Saleh Le Din i
entials to the Italian Pres- A ar | e he S$ Tanging from terri-|not attend the second orld | Be : ;
ie abe 3 ares d ns aves present for the Pope in 1944 have tory to the British Administra-| Health Assembly in Rome last Pee eet _ _. ld
d in the President i Palece been stolen, police here reported | tion, gumiini, Beuter, i at Egypt woulc
ssidential Palace

qQuirinal.
ao iN accepting his cre-





ed by former Nazi Foreign Min-

For Grenada

to-day.
The two table services, valued



Eritrea is putting 10 questions

The Commission, composed of
representatives of Norway, Pak-









slender contact with the Organi- |
sation in recent months and did |











the United Nations, Foreign Min-

continue to press for the unity of |
the Nile Valley, and “all other |


















Said he hoped that the| left the Wied eee Hs |at_ more than 10,000 marks each| istan, South Africa, Guatemala] 8 Killed, 40 Wounded | her nations’ eaphations ”
ment would hatk ' step are, wee aes yesterday by were stored at a China factory} and Burma, decided yesterday 1 By Hand Grenades —Reuter. |
d towards closer ditennae Rees for Grenada via Tri-| after the swift advance of allied rapat in public except when |

betwee. se ad. troops prevented delivery of the| dealing with certain points. ASMARA, Feb, 21 . To mark those i

tween the two coun Mr. Adams has gone to take eens Each set consisted of} The Commission, which was| Eight people were killed, ana} U.S, Must Readjust occasions
~—Reuter.! part in the Sugar Conference. 306 pieces —Reuter. sogointed by the United Nations} forty wounded when hand gren- | | when charm, perfection i
, ee ast November, is to make pro-| ades were thrown at a funera Ee .
cus j posals for the disposal of this} procession at Ambas Ho, 50 miles onomic Policies and easy confidence are :
Lawyers, Doctors Red Sea former Italian colony.| from Asmara today. British and i the keynote, nothing could }
WV aa ok Eritrea has been under British] American troops were rushed m,, WASHINGTON, Feb, 21. | ;
Must Strike Too administration since its capture| to the scene to re-inforce the|. The United States Secretary of be more in keeping
| early in the last war.—Reuter. \ Police. —Reuter, | State, Mr. Dean Acheson, said to- than a cigarette bearing
PARIS, Feb. 21. day that readjustment’ of the ga
The new economic Songt., werien e cot ae economic policies ; : the hallmark of
claims to represent 10, A P, R t Hom e wou e necessary to help a free i
middle class Frenchmen, has r woners e urn e3 Europe to oppose the policy whieh Benson & Hedges, :
called a strike for tomorrow in e ussia was pursuing “with effici- ,
which shopkeepers will put up the Pathetic Scene In Ital ency and with signs of increasing Old Bond Street, London —
shutters for four hours, lawyers ' pe ry | boldness.” when only the best will do,
stop conducting cases for an hour, i —~Reuter. ?
and doctors suspend consultations : ITALY, Feb. 21. cheap, paper-fibre suitcases and ra
| for an hour in an effort to secure Crying mothers, waving tat-| dressed in rough khaki clothes, left %
| lower taxes and reform the na- | tered, yellowing photographs of | the train, they were besieged by | gs"
| tionalised industries. their menfolks, to-day crowded | the women. Mustard Gas Responsible;
——Reuter. pound the ree which wrought | 7 } ‘| I “ ‘0
| | CHURCHILL'S. PAINTINGS | ?tisoners from Russia. | nised sons and husbands and em- Not Atom Bomb is . i
' ~ Aboard the tr: , $1.06 ites
} . ain were 30 men,| braced them with tears of joy, But ' Seen
‘ON CHRISTMAS CARDS | ali ot them from Italian Tyrol. | others—the majority—had no such NEW YORK, 21. \ wg rt Thm aes
aaa B They had arrived from Vienna,| consolation. Long after the men| 4 former American war cor-| ;\ ‘TIDE ; .TN * a0 :
: NEW YORK, Feb. 21, | the first of several groups of Ital-| had left the station on their way | *®Spendent here claimed that the} | SUPER VIRGINIA CIGARETTES ~
Winston Churchill's paintings} ian prisoners the Russians recent-| to their homes, several women} People of Hiroshima were burnt] | BY .
are going to appear on American/ly agreed to send home. The Ital-| stayed crying on the platform.| 24 made sick by an, explosion | “
| Christmas cards next December.|/jans believe that several thou- | Each tried to glean information| 9f mustard gas from their own | ‘ BENSON /HTEDGES
The setback Gooasing Card} sands of their men are still in} on her own son or husband from | Stores—not by the atom bomb. + AW ZUb te
Company said on Monday it has|the hands of the Russians though | the other women’s letters | _ The ‘correspondent, James R. ‘ : i)
| arranged to use 18 paintings by in definite figure has ever Gan | Many of the women have sworn| Young, said Wihese today that | \, OLD BOND STREET, LONDON 1
Britain’s wartime Prime Minister. | established {to meet each train, to show their | rnore than 14,000 tons of the as | : :
It is the first time that Churchil Many of the wives and mothers photographs to all returning pri were found intact after the first » at ptt iw ¥ a
permitted reproduction of | f these men travelled to Udine ners till the é € f their | ator bomb had been dropped Rieti pty Mas “
tk for such a purpose 0- neet the first repatri- | men folk in August 1945 ms
| Hallmark executive.~-«CP) ' ate ‘ the soldiers arrying — Reuter. —-Reuter. |








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Carib Calling

TS Excellency the Governor
and Mrs, Savage accompanied
by.Mr. W. Lambert, attended the
final day’s play of the Second Test
Match between B.G. and Barba~
& and afterwards presented
the prizes’ to the members of both
teams, imei!

” © a »
s® Allan Collymore, Kt., Chief
Justice of Barbados, left for
Trinidad yesterday by B.W.1A-
Sir Newnham Worley, Chief
Justice Of British Guiana left on
Monday by B.W.1.A., also for
Trinidad, ~

«>

To See What It’s Like

R. and. Mrs. Norman Pitt of
Montreal were arrivals on
Saturday morning by T.C.A. on
a short visit'to see what Barbados
is like. They told Cerib yesterday
that they were having a wonder-
ful time atid would be returning

about this time next year = a HE many friends of Mr. and San Fernando,” “In a Calabash,”
longer holiday. They are s ying Mrs. L. M. Springer, of “Everybody drinking JU-C,” and
at the Océan View Hotel. Cana- Bernice, River Road, learn with “Passe.”
Mr. Pitt is President of Cana- -.oret that Mrs. Springer has en-

dian Refractories Limited. tered the Tercentenary Ward ot iS “

© «> the General Hospital for an op- isited All The

eration.
E ed Carib joins in wishing her a Beauty Spots

ngag

engagement of Miss Merle
Cumberbatch, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cumberbatch
of the ly, St. Michael, to Mr.
Joseph Albert Moore, of Public
Works Department, Trinidad, was
announced on Sunday, at a party
held for the occasion at Hallo-
way, The Ivy.

.



On Round Trip

R. W. C. SLAYTON of Albany,
New York, was among the
passengers who are making a
round trip on the “Lady Rodney”
which called at Barbados yester-
day.
Mr. Slayton is a civil engineer
employed with the U5. Govern-
ment.

“a

«<> “> rnent of the Creole Petroleum a” a: i
‘ Company and Miss Katherine M een _; wae
Retired Businessmen Minton, Secretary of the Texas Sidon: Panant ail a ee
Petroleum Company in Venezuela, jJnadiz . fete cet, eats
From Canada returned home yesterday evening eee “J — an |
R. A..R. GIBSON and Mr. by B.W.LA. via Trinidad after ie B.W.LA + Fae Bona agg a
Ss. F. Duncan, both retired spending a short holiday. They was a guest at the Hotel Royal.

businessmen of ‘foronto, Canada,

wuaved yesterday by the “Lady
Rodney” for a month’s holiday
and are staying at the Marine
Hotel.

This is Mr. Gibson’s third visit
to the island and the first for Mr.
Duncan,

speedy recovery.
‘

music at the British Council at
8.15 to-night.
Cesar Franck, Symphony
Minor
Concerto No. 3 in C Minor. This
concert will be given despite pos-
sible electricity cuts, as a battery
operated amplifier is in use.
D. ST. E. WODE

were staying at the Ocean View
Hotel

of Oshawa. Canada, were arrivals

een, Ae Cricket Team Leaves
To THe MAIN To-day
gg tes OF POE British Guians Cricket
es Team, are due to leave Sea-
well by a Special Flight of
B.W.LA. to-day at approximately
10.30 am. Accornpanying the
Team will be Mr. C.I..C. Bourne,
their Manager, and Mr. A. Dray-
ton the B.G. representative on
the Cricket Board of Control.

«> <>
Over 200 People Daily
R. J. ADAMIRA, Acting Man-
ager of Bata Shoe Company
here, who was in Trinidad over
the week-end on business, tells ma
that he has never seen so many
people in Trinidad. He was at
Piarco on Saturday and he under-
stood that over 200 people were
coming in daily for the last few
days for Carnival.
He says the latest Calypsoes,
which we will probably soon be
hearing here are, “Last Train for



Speedy Recovery

A spending one week ot
Sam Lords Mr. and Mrs.
Hemming Andreasen returned to
Caracas on Monday by B.W.LA.
Mr, Andreasen is Consulting En-
gineer to Alfonso and Company
in Caracas. They have. had a most
enjoyable holiday and rented a
car while they were here and
have visited all the beauty spots
in the island. They have had
a wonderful holiday.

«> «>

Personal Preference

ISS Lawson, will present the
programme of recorded

She has chosen,
in D

and Beethoven, Piano

«a? «»
On Tour Of Inspection
R. A. G. L. DOUGLAS, Divis-
Wireless (W.1.) Ltd.,

«a, «>

Secretaries Return

ISS MARY HURSH, Secre-
tary in the geological depart-

Trinidad, on a tour of inspection.
«> «>

Was Here On Business

re «>

For Two Weeks
«s <>

Arrived By T.C.A.

R. AND MRS. H. P. SHELL
and Mr. & Mrs E. V. Lander

tocks
Kay, are here for two weeks. Mr.
Mattocks is a Partner of Vincent-
Elliot Agencies,

ional Manager Cable arfd
is due to
leave to-day by B.W.1.A. for Puer-
to Rico and the Virgin Islands, via

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R. and Mrs. Stanley F. Mat-
and their daughter

" . Port-of-Spain.
They arrived on Monday morning

- Little

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE
OTS

I

Recipe for glamcur at 4 by

londell: “Keep moving,
Don't use

Joan
and quit worrying.
face powder.” Here is
picture of Evelyn Laye at the
first night of The Schootmistress.



Great Reputations —

By Joan

HOW REGRETTABLE it is when tw
houses decide to let their good names carry the
a new fashion season. The collections seen at WORTH and|

MOLYNEUX were dull and

Skirts are certainly shorter, and
this difference has been seen at
all the shows, but Molyneux’s “lit-
tle day dresses’ were not only ex-
tremely short, but seemed to lack
sufficient material. There were
a great number of overskirts with
tight underskirts — a line that
was fully exploited last season.
check dresses with stiff
starched cuffs and collars, in pink
or white, and dark dresses trimmed
with pie frills of white organdie,
have too much the appearance of
something that the local dress-
maker could “run up”. A neat
box jacket fn chefry wool with
low half belt at the back, could
nardly be distinguished from a
Schiaparelli jacket which she de-
signed in 1946. There was too
much draping one side, buttoning
the other, fussy belts and large
brass buttons. Many of the



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unoriginal.
French cut and drape, and we
approved of the nipped-in waist-
lines. 5

Plain black dresses were ideal
for hanging the family jewels on,
they were neat and unostentatious.
They were so ordinary that they
had one great virtue — no-one
would trouble to copy them, so
presumably you would be unique
in your chosen model. But do
you really want to be unique
if it means sacrificing high-
fashion for quiet respectability?

Best were the print dresses: in
black and white tulip designs, or
blue and black fern patterns.

WORTH seemed quite unable to
co-ordinate their ideas — suits
were varied in style with 4
predominant line. They are still

using unpressed pleats in skirts,
which give an





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mashed potatoes.
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when this moves abou 26
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shoujd get the nest ready. (9)
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rules? “Peace of mind, relara- cove. (5! * a io
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I ea cao cere ene } 6. Phere may be a sound reason [or
wan this. (6) :
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| dictionary for certain (7)
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Guide To
Housewives

Today’s Prices

Charcoal

Sardines in To-
mato Sauce 14 ec. per tin.

Sardines Smoked
in Oil

34he. per Ib.

12 c. per tin

«> «>
on Saturday morning by T.C.A° for by air.
Wonderfu! Place _ about three weeks’ holiday and «> «>
FTER-one week's holiday in are staying at the Ocean View oO Mi \
Barbados, Mr. A. K. Stryker, Hotel. ne Minute one Print

who 48 @2pot with T.A.C.A. in
Venezuelay~returned to Caracas
on Mondayby B.W.1.A. Barbados
is a wonderfnl place, he told Carib.
He was a guest at Cacrabank.

«> «,
Marsden Leaves For T’dad
R. EDGAR MARSDEN of the
Trinidad ‘Cricket Board of
Control, returned to Trinidad
on Monday by B.W.LA,

Returning Next Year

R. dnd Mrs. Frederico Cuello

and young son Alfredo, re-
turned to Venezuela on Monday
by B.W.LA. after three weeks’
holiday spent at Super Mare
Guest House. Mr. Cuello is Mer-
chandise Manager of Parson and
Grosland in Caracas. Mr. and
Mrs. Eduardo Rosswaag also re-
turned yesterday to Venezuela
where Mr. Rosswaag is Manager
of the Shirt Department of the
well known dry goods store
“Altex.” They were here for two
weeks. :

Mr. Cuello plans to return
again next year he
much,



ELL has Lady Cabstanleigh
been described as a rose-red
hostess, half as old as Time.

When she burst (if 1 may so
express myself) upon the worla
people had seen nothing like her
since the. eccentric Baroness
Kuypersegge, who carried a silver
ladder for. small admirers to
chmb, when. they wished to whis-
per some naughtiness or other in
her great Harland and Wolf ear.
‘Today Lady Cabstanleigh is still
as formidable as ever, with a
voice like the foghorn of Ailly, a
waist that only an army could
encircle, and a presence as over-
whelming as the Matterhorn, I
shall shortly have the pleasure ot
publishing extracts from her
autobiography. “It Was Fun
Being Me,” an execrable title
chosen bythe poor hack who

rote the book.

Pardenable Error

ONTEMPORARY thinkers,
frantic with anxiety, may be
pardoned for getting confused, In
many cases bamboo shoots were



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Mr. Shell is Secretary-Treasurer
of Robinson Leather Company,
while Mr. Lander is a merchant.

«> <>
His Father Is From

Montsersat
APT. T. M. HOWES, who is a
pilot with T.C.A., has spent
a short holiday in Barbados and
is due to leave to-day on his re-

| turn home, He arrived on Satur-

day by T.C.A., and has also vis-
ited Jamaica and Bermuda during
the first part of his holiday. His
father Mr. W. W. Howes is from
Montserrat. He told Carib, that
Col. O, St. A. Duke, who is his
cousin has taken him around and
he has been over the entire during
his brief visit and had a very
enjoyable time. He was a guest
at Hotel Royal.
day by T.C.A. and is a guest at
the Windsor Hotel.
«> «>

This Evening
HIS evening at 8.15 o'clock,
Mr. Hugh Popham will give
fth lecture on the description

om e e
flown to film actresses and bed-

jackets to animals in the Zoo

The Narkover
Seandal

Eis The Governing Body,
therefore, deem it essential that
you, as headmaster, should explain
how these ridiculous and harmful
rumours originated. You should
also, at once, issue a categorical
denial of the newspaper report
of bookies in control of a house at
Narkover, It was this report, no
doubt, which led to the receipt
by us of a letter offering to es-
tablish a training stables in the
annexe to the Music Schools. The
truth about the School in its
present regrettable era of decay,
is horrifying enough, without the
addition of such fantastic stories
as the one to which we refer.
You will, of course, dismiss Mr
Warblow at ‘once, if there is the
slightest truth in the report that
he has become a bookie. Mean-
while, I am requested to say, on
behalf‘ Of the Governors, that
they expect from you, as head-

KHAKI

R. DON M. WILSON, of Col-
: umbus Ohio and New York,
is an executive of Columbus Gas
System which is a Natural Gas
Company. He was a passenger on
the “Stella Polaris” on Saturday
and spent the day touring the
island. This is his third visit to
Barbados.

He took Carib’s picture, with a
special make of camera which can
give you a print in 60 seconds,
certainly a most ingenious inven-
tion.

P,. S.—Carib’s face did not break
the Camera!

«<> «>

Comings and Goings
R, G. F. CLAY, Agricultural
Adviser to the Secretary of
State for the Colonies, left for
Trinidad by B.W.I.A. on Monday,
accompanied by Mr. A. Frampton,
Agricultural Adviser to Develop-
ment and Welfare.

Rev. F. Mallalieu of Waverley,
St. Lawrence Gap, left for Trin-
idad yesterday by B.W.LA.

Mr. C. Chaderton, Supt. Man-
ager of Singer Sewing Machine
Co., left on Monday by B.W.LA
for Trinidad,



By Beachcomber

master, untiring vigilance. On
you depends the moral welfare of

a great school in a period of
etress....
Further
Elucidations
HAT has been said, from

ae whatever point of view makes
it inadvisable at present to intro-
duce any comment of a revelatory
nature into what I may have tc
say at some future date on the
subject or subjects then under
consideration—or _ partly——seeing
that they are now not only pre-
mature, but rightly so, unless
reasonably understood as being
outside whatever is to be done at
present. Nevertheless, it is true
that what may be developing, it
possible, cannot be connected with
anything in the interests of which
there is no scruple to withhold
whatever could seem to be ad-
vanced on any side as a definite
statement involving agreement or
disagréément in the quarters fully
concerned,

(C. Suet, Esq.)

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-, SPIES SEN TENCED:

} CONDEMNED TO DIE
Accused Appeals






THE BARBADOS DVO \TE PAGE THREE —

U.S.- Argentine j T Cc | 1 N NG
Trade Problems | INFLAMED

Discussed

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BUENOS AIRES, Feb. 22
The whole range of trade prob- |
lern ich hav —_

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BUDAPEST, Feb. 21

yOGELER, American business man and -x« fone
+ service agent, Was sentenced to 15 years im priso
, | for espionage and sabotage here today. Edgar |
Sess, 4§-year-old British businessman and se lt confessed
injelligence a agent, was sentenced to 13 yea

or + Zoltan Rado, and Imre Ge
i eler, both Hungarian, were fo puna |

’ : :
India Wins )8uilty of treason and Sheed ta]
; abotage i

gentina and United State:

é he past couple of years,
are believed to have been diseuss
ed th Edward G. Miller, United
States Secretary of State in charge }
of Latin-American «affairs called |
on Pron to-day

It was their third meeting since |
Miller, who is touring South |
America, arrived three days ago
The meeting lasted $ hours.

Among those present on the | ppp.cle
Argentine s: vere, Foreign Min- |
ister Paz, Argentine Ambassador |
to the United States, Jeronimo | Dr
Kemorino, who returned to Buen- | Relentless itching—caused by germs under

Aires specialiy for the purpose, | the skin, speedily develops into irritating
all the tour ministers constituting | Pimples and open sores untessictiecked.
he economic council, two Ars | ‘Thousands of skin suffere:s:have pipyed
tine delegates to the joint-ty.ce | ‘hat there is nothing more sure m results

Be ' Io ) 5
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and were sentence t
: jaeath. Keleman Domonkos sin!
Rubber Dr. Istvan Just, also Hungarians, |
each got: ten years, and boi
. 7 Pory, the Hungarian woman de
f Ys, COMMONWEALTH jfendant 5 years.
y Court President Orly urdere
MADRAS, Feb. 21. confiscation of property in Hus
won the undflicial Tést | sary of Vogeler and Sanders and
th the Commonwealth nei eee after serving
+ winning ie | their sentence
: seal be hane Sasha All seven prisoners had plead-
wickets. In a thrilling /¢d guilty at the three-« ay trial
they won with only eleven | before the same Judge who sen-|


































































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Penal scores were: Common-; The President announced sen- veunaur Stanton Griffis, and other | MALARIA SORES or RIMKIROR! a

& $24 and 247, India 313 pee in: the “name of the Hun- high officials of the United States | SS 2 pdb a mn gen - Mngt mie
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r fea, India needing only 35] _ The defendants listened care-

to win with seven wickets | fully. President Orly then read a |

Brio fall, appeared set for a document detailing the reasons ;
ible victory, but in for- for arriving at the verdicts.

pace they lost four wick- He said the guilt of the accused
y after tne interval. had been provea by their own

“ wickets down for 255,| testimony, by documentary evi-

Embassy here.—Reuter.








ROME, Feb. 21. | Eee
g Ali, who was unable to dence and by witnesses. About 5,000 prisoners under a} \ oo ae >
this morning owing to} Defence attorneys appealed | Fi } special Holy Year amnesty, have | i 3
finger, decided to bat) gainst the sentenees on behalf sli dda on ids. pyre VV Tn TF er A een released from Italian gaols in| ¥ e
made the winning hit/Of all seven aeceused in the spy hha

the past few days, it was officially |
ndary drive off Ray Smith, | trial here,

Sfeex all-rounder. Mushtaq President Orly, said the appeals

twas injured when trying to} would be referred to the Supreme fens ie ake SAC ICN -
we Fitzmaurice late yesterday,| Court. He asked the prosecution ‘f

~~ bown , Sees 5 announced to-day.—Reuter. f PRESCRIPTION 4
patted until the close. he accepted the sentences,

with Deily Herald.
) 995 ) ) " ) a e 5 ap “get se tans, ain tooth EE
|e accepted the sente | $2,925,000,000 For lad W: mcg apa sauer q
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hurt after scoring 37. He} W/// INVADE HA HAINAN Paul G "Hotness ota heribas (Barbados Advocate Correspondent) n g0 when — \ f \S
d his hand yesterday when HONG KONG, Feb. Congressional Committee caitnt : PORT-OF-SPAIN, Feb. 21 s00 FI Sate
to glance Fitzmaurice but _ Chinese sources in Retna details of the proposed funds fen Carnival end 1eré at mid-night after two days of the take this! b 4X o> i 4 ‘ \
eer aiYntion and was island, off the south coast of each of the 16 Marshall Nations] hectic cel tions ever seen. But for two minor ineidents you SS x” WEF hs) init
gmt 37 when stumps were|China and Taiwan said tonight | (ting the third year of the] a ste ‘elband cla n which five persons were slightly inju ‘ he throat \ \ = ~ ) \ Vide o
that Communist preparations to | Scheme. — Wachee isin ies” chen ine ak : non It soothes the stes “-4sk your Fa 7*\ ~~ yi hr h |
morning, however, he re-jinvade Hainan were believed to Tentative plans, he id, were hurt at that score but} be complete, and an attempt could | © divide $2,925,000,000 between , r il so nice! Mother te Ashton & Parsons Infants’ lowders are W ‘ eltty
we and Umrigar engaged in| be expected early in March, the nations The Economic Co- YARNIV. 1h, ve (i: yi} ‘ soothing at teething time. They « sure regular casy
- ig’s operatior rY trat 9 ¢ z oo _ motions, cool the bleed and are absolutely s ry
Sand * rae, — : —Reuter. 0,000 t as a a , Sore r . give you them next time baby is fretful thr sugh teethime,
eemeres bee titer Wan ee cee from Congress, but $25. WIT HOUT ‘
J. India required a second (00,000 of this is required for ad- 4 ; \ »a? ASHTON & PARSONS
total of 259 to win this} batsmen were never really com-| istrative and other expense: 3 : ‘ fortable but they punished any-} y Proposed allocation are: Great DRI VAS { or i se Pret aa]
Gimme win, olin, co ang | Big : oe INFANTS’ POWDERS’
imings lead of 11 runs|ded 93 runs in the two hour: Italy ’ $29,060 000 7 Sieeeteae IO DE a . e
to 313) were out for 247 in| before lunch. $9,280,000,” Greece $148,800.00, tP i453
‘second innings. Fitzmaurice opened the attack Australia’ $124 400.000 "Belgiu ’ | Carioc a
tipating a thrilling day’s after lunch and soon beat and] $142,800,900, Denmarh $65,100,000 tio “are es
more than 30,000 people} bowled Umrigar who hit eight} Norway $67,100,000. Portu: | $23 fit é
med in the Stadium and it|{fours in his 59 which occupied] 500,000, Sweden $34,300,000, Tur , G sain frie
ba big disappointment when |205 minutes. Hazare and Umrigar| key $44,100,000, Ireland $33,500, | 28S been a ond t Queen Par
faq Ali did not resume his|had engaged in a century stand] 000, Trieste $10,000,000, Iceland tent, nd d all in a
with Hazare doing most of the} $5,200,000 Festivit ( ' ti Guaidian Neediest Casi
transpired that he had frac-|scoring and he continued in thi —Reuter. isnt. ¢ Yn Wednesday, Lent | me eee: ,
pa finger of his right hand|vein when joined by Phadkar sonar) bei see , : WY persons whi
iso Hazare joined. Umrigar Hazare took the total past 200 FREIGHTER WRECKED | habe nto ort oe po
y was resumed, in 265 minutes when the new bal! eat we } ae ee by aoe cored, Jaughed a
wicket was taking spin and} was taken by Fitzmaurice and me ENOS AIRE >, zt oe y mposed, and la dedi 48 he watched t
ne e 347-ton Argentine freighter | bitters foreigners partic continu ous tream of masqu
ton called on Worrel, Tribe | Freer. : “Quetien” was wrecked . pivits may be aohi durin: dows. nevada, and Ganee cath
maurice, Only three of the Hazare tried to pull Freer but day off the coast of Southe time. Whether in t loor. There too were the Actit
before lunch were missed and was given out lb.w Brazil, but-all aboard were saved, |af the fashi Governor P. M.-Renison. Mrs | _
iby Fitzmaurice. This was 20 minutes before tea the Government rac e | Palace Hote Renison and the Carnival Queer
fé mistimed a drive off the;and Adhikari and Phadkar played ship’s propellor shaft brok« nd | aret in Lapa Quarter i 18 year i Marion Halfhice
dist ball he received from}safely to that interval when| heavy seas drove her on to rocks llowed.—(CP) who oper t ;
but Tribe, at third man,|India needed 35 runs with only off the port of San Fernando —erneeeiereteninp ‘
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Wednesday, February 22, 1950



Unfortunate Incidents

IT IS singularly unfortunate that the
British Government did not find it con-
venient to grant the request of the people
of British Honduras for further consider-
ation of their case against devaluation
of their dollar, The almost blunt refusal
coupled with the sophistry that restoration
of the dollar would be a disservice to
British Honduras is bound to have un-
pleasant repercussions.

There are circumstances which might
have justifiably led the people of that
colony to believe that their plea for release
from the economic stranglehold would
have been more closely examined. It
cannot be unknown to the Secretary of
State for the Colonies that several individ-
uals have publicly complained of the
hardships created by the change in financial
policy. Within recent weeks the Bishop
Designate of Trinidad, who was formerly
Bishop of Honduras, gave an insight into
the conditions which had arisen as a result
of the devaluation.

The limited opportunity for agricultural
pursuits and the almost total lack of in-
dustrialisation form now a combination
which hampers the economy of Honduras.
The Evans Report which is still fresh in
the minds of those who take any interest
in West Indian affairs, might well be
regarded as the basis of any hope which
the people of British Honduras entertained.

Already the people of that colony have
shown that their patriotism and loyalty
have been strained to the utmost and they
have been guilty of some excesses which
are not likely to have otherwise occurred.
Such apparent antagonism to British rule
in the colonies is not consistent with the
professed loyalty and affection for the
British Throne by the people of Honduras,
but at a moment of stress and severe
strain a small population with limited
resources has forgotten all but its own
well-being.

It is true that they tried constitutional
methods which have failed and they have
resorted to the less admirable methods.
It is to be hoped that whether the Tories
or the Labourites come to power in Great
Britain within the next few days, the
Government will find some means of avoid-
ing an open breach with a hitherto loyal
section of the West Indian peoples,



CONDUCT ON ’BUSES

A CORRESPONDENT in a recent issue
of this newspaper draws public attention to
the conduct on ’buses and suggests that it
should not be allowed. This is not the first
time that such conduct has been denounced
in public print. Some time ago passengers
on the Fontabelle route had reason to com-
plain of similar conduct and this was
quickly remedied.

It will be realised that more people travel
by ‘bus than any other form of conveyance.
In addition to this, children going to and
from school are not always on the School
‘Bus; this means that they have to travel
by the ordinary "bus. It is most undesir-
able that lawless people with no regard for
public decency should be allowed to offend
respectable people who must travel by the
*bus.

In the old days of the Tram Car there was
provision in the law for the prosecution of
those who misconducted themselves on

public conveyances. It could hardly be
that this has been overlooked in the draft-

ing of new regulations in recent years
In this as in other instances of public
nuisances it is the duty of the public to call
the attention of the Police to such behav-
iour as it is not possible for them to be
present at all these cases, One remedy
would be to look for the conductor’s num-
ber when he fails to put a stop to this be-
haviour and report the matter to the
Highways and Transport Board. If con-
cessionaires keep employees who encour-
age misconduct, then it is up to them to

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THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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As University College Chancellor

MEDIAEVAL PAGEANTRY BENEATH BLUE MOUNTAIN PEAKS

None who saw it will ever forget
the extraordinary beauty and im-
pressiveness of the ceremony
which took place on the table-
lands of Mona on the afternoon
of Thursday, January 16th, whea
H.R.H. Princess Alice, Countess
of Athlone, was installed as
Chancellor of the University Col-
lege of the West Indies in a
pageant of colour against the
mighty background of the Ja-
maican mountains. The historic
tradition, the dignity and_ gra-
cious charm of the Old World
were caught and fused with the
brilliant hues and contrasts, the
hopes and impulse of the New in
two hours of a ceremony which
became an inspiration.

Some of the great crowd of
four thousand people who attend-
ed had witnessed many cere-
monies, academic and otherwise,
in their time. Some of them,
perhaps, went there expecting
little more than the tedius waiting
and uninspiring platitudes which
often mark such occasions. But
this Installation was something
utterly different from the start.
Cynicism was speechless and
defeated in the presence of a
ritual which was a reality. It
was obvious that the distinguish-
ed men and women taking part,
including University Chancellors
and Vice-Chancellors, scholars
and academic representatives
from many parts of the world,
Colonial Governors, Bishops and
leaders of the churches, whether
as active agents in the ceremony
or as spectators, were possessed
by an emotion which was perfect-
ly sincere. Hardened politicians
and journalists later admitted the
indelible impression which was
made, One witness thoughtfully
compared it with the pomp and
glamour of the mass meetings
organised by European dictators.
There was something infinitely
greater in the restraint and dig-
nity of this peaceful ce'ebration
on the Mona plains. Yet there
was in it, too, the verve and
energy of vouth, a auality almost
of gaiety in the vigorous, lively
and stimulating speeches

H.R.H. Princess Alice

Chancellor

It is no mere formal compli-
ment to say that Princess Alice
has won all hearts on this occa~-
sion. It is usual of course, to
write in flattering terms of Roy-
alty, and this is no doubt often
done in a spirit of loyalty at least
as much as of sincerity. But no
flattery is necessary in the case of
Princess Alice. The genuine
pleasure and warm sympathy
which Her Royal Highness has
shown in the function have been
quite unmistakeable, and it ts
known that she insisted on tak-
ing part in a_ rehearsal of the
ceremony which was organised
the day before, in order to make
sure that her own part should be
carried out without a hitch, as it
certainly was. Her graceful, pe-
tite appearance and her remark-
ably clear and pleasing voice,
every syllable of which was audi-
ble, delighted the audience. A
few happened to notice, as H.R.H
passed through the Robing Room
before the ceremony, the affec-

tionate kiss with which she
greeted Dr. Lillian Penson, the
Vice-Chancellor of London Uni-

versity, and this unaffected ges-
ture, to those who witnessed it,
seemed to mark the tranquil hap-
piness which the Princess seem-
ed to display throughout the
ceremony. Her remarkable en-
ergy, and the goodwill which she
is showing to the University
College, are shown in the engage-
ments which H.R.H. has kept
this week. Following the Instal-
lation, which might have fatigued
many younger ladies, Princess
Alice attended a large reception
given by the Governor of Ja-
maica and Lady Huggins. Next
evening she presided at the Din-
ner given by the University Col-
lege Council and made another
excellent speech. The following
morning at 9.45 she laid three
University College Foundation
Stones—the Hosvital, the Library
and a Hall of residenee—and
proceeded almost immediately to
preside at a meeting of the Coun-
cil

At the Installation Her Royal
Highness wore a_ white dress,
over which was a black gossamar
net. The actual ceremony con-
sisted in the robing of the Prin-
cess in the black and gold of her
new position as Chancellor.
H.R.H. placed the Chancellor's
flat soft hat on her head, and ad-
justed it with two or three very
graceful movements, the whole
effect being very dignified and
charming.

Anxious Glances at the Sky

There were many perturbed
eyes searching the clouds resting
on the mountains, where John

Crow, the Jamaican vulture
wheels ceaselessly on his power-
ful wings, during the morning
and afternoon before the cere~
mony. A downpour would have
spelled ruin to the ceremony. The
great crowds could not possibly
have been accommodated in any
one of the existing buildings of
the University in the event of a
downpour. Many must have
thought of Dr. Taylor and his as-
sistants with real sympathy while
rain was actually falling. at one
o'clock in the afternoon. It ceas-
ed; and during the next two hours
the cars passed in stream which
seemed endless up the Mona
Road from Kingston to the Uni-
versity site.

Punctually at twenty minutes
past four the Governor of Jamaica
and Lady Huggins arrived, and
the crowd rose to their feet while
the Jamaican Military Band, in
their picturesque uniforms of red
and blue, played the National An-
them. Sir John and Lady Hug-
gins took their seats among the
audience. Not far from them were
seated His Excellency the Gov-
ernor of Barbados and Lady
Savage. The Acting Governor of
Trinidad, Mr. P. M. Renison, was
another spectator, together with
the Colonial Secretary of Jamaica
and other representatives of ad-
ministration. Among Barbadians
present was Mr. W. W. Reece,
K.C., on behalf of the Barbadian
House of Assembly. Distinguished
Churchmen included the. Suffra-
gan Bishop of Kingston, the
Bishop, of Guiana, His Grace the
Catholic Archbishop and Bishop
Emmet, Vicar Apostolic of
Jamaica.

The Principai’s Procession

_ The dais was still empty. Pre-
cisely at 4.25 a fanfare of trum-
pets announced the arrival of the
Principal’s Procession. The clouds
were now almost clear of the peaks
which formed a_ background
of incomparable grandeur as
the brilliant blaze of colour moved
across the plain to take seats on
the dais. The van was vivid and
unbroken scarlet, formed by the
gowns of the seventy undergradu-
ates, a colour adopted in honour
of the ancient Scottish University
of St. Andrew’s, whose Principal
played so large a part in the
founding of our University Col-
lege. Watching those young men
and women advancing with a dig-
nity which revealed their con-
scious pride in the occasion, one
was reminded of Sir James Bar-
rie’s “Courage”, surely the great-
est of all Rectoral Addresses ever
composed, which he delivered to
the undergraduates of St. An-
drew’s in 1922. “Fight on—you—
for the old red gown!” They had
a right to look proud; after all, it
was fundamentally for them,
young as they were, that the
great ones had assembled, They

were from every corner of the
Caribbean—eight of them from
Barbados—and here and there

Chinese or East Indian features
appeared among the white and
dark: A Ebropean visitor, espe-
cially a painter, would catch his
breath at an added beauty no such
procession in English, French or
German Universities could dis-
play,—the wonderful effect of the
varied flesh tints above the scar-
let gowns.

Then suddenly the scarlet mass
seemed to dissolve into a kaleido-
scope of separate colours, as the
University Lecturers, Resident Tu-
tors and behind them Professors
and other members of the Univer-
sity Senate and Council issued
from the Gymnasium behind the
undergraduates, Every University
in the world, one would have
thought, was represented by the
different graduate hoods — the
severe black and white of the
Cambridge M.A., the gorgeous
crimson of an Oxford or Cam-
bridge doctor, the brown or choco-
late of the University of London,
the green hood of the University
of Leeds, the lavender and rust of
New York, another bright red
patch as a doctor from the Uni-
versity of Toronto passed—it was
a fascinating pastime to attempt
to identify eacn in turn. Walking
among the Council.of the Univer-
sity in his Oxford graduate hood
and gown one noted Mr. Grantley
Adams, as representative of Bar-
bados among that body, while Mr.
Aubrey Douglas-Smith similarly
represented the island among
seven of the Resident Tutors of

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the Extra-Mura! Department, each
from a separate Caribbean Colony.

Distinguished Academic

Guests

Following the staff of the Uni-
versity College came a long array
of distinguished guests from the
Universities of the world, as well
as other figures.

First came a figure familiar to
Barbados, Canon Wippell, as re-
presentative of Codrington Col-
lege. the oldest institution of Uni-
versity status in the West Indies.
With him was Mr. H. J. Page, the
Principal of the Imperial College
of Tropical Agriculture; then re-
presentatives of the Inter-Univer-
sity Council for Higher Education
in the Colonies and the Univer-
sities Bureau of the British Em-
pire. The representatives of the
British and Foreign Universities
passed next, in a bright array of
stately doctoral robes.

Those represented were the
University College of Ibadan, Ni-
geria, the University of Otago,
New Zealand, Howard University,
Washington, the Universities of
Chicago, London, Durham, Har-
vard, Cambridge, and Oxford.
After these followed a stately
group of University officers of the
highest grades. Dr. Lilian Pen-
son, Vice-Chancellor of the Uni-
versity of London, and Sir Ray-
mond Priestley, Vice-Chancellor
of the University of Birmingham,
came first; behind them walked
Mr. F. C. James, the Principal of
McGill University, Canada with
Sir James Irvine, Vice-Chancellor
of St. Andrew’s University, and
Dr. Facundo Bueso, Vice-Chancel-
lor of the University of Puerto
Rico.

The two University College
Marshals, Dr. K. R. Hill, Professor
of Pathology, and Dr. J. H. Parry,
Professor of History, escorted the
next guest of honour—the Earl of
Athlone, robed as Chancellor of
the University of London. An

undergraduate carried his train, ,

and behind him walked the Mace-
bearer. Finally, Mr. P. M. Sher-
lock, B.A., the Vice-Principal,
and Mr. Hugh Springer, the
Registrar, escorted Dr. T. W. J.
Taylor, C.B.E., D.Sc., the Prin-
eipal of the University College.

On The Dais

The long procession forked to
left and right as it approached the
dais, undergraduates moving to
seats on the left and right, fol-
lowed by Lecturers and Resident
Tutors, seated before them. The
remainder of the Procession
passed to their seats on the dais.

Dr. Taylor, whose voice was ex-
cellently amplified by loud speak-
ers, announced that the purpose of
the meeting was to instal the
Chancellor, according to the Royal
Charter of January 5th, 1949. He
then called on the Registrar to
read the relevant clauses of the
Royal Charter. Mr. Hugh Sprin-
ger did this with the calm dignity
which his Barbadian friends will
recall, his voice being heard with
great effect and the utmost clear-
ness by the whole audience.

The Principal then called on the
Vice-Principal and the Chancellor
to conduct H.R.H. Princess Alice
{nto the assembly. At the same
instant two undergraduates—one
of them was the tall figure of Mr.
Hamilton Smith, President of the
Students’ Union, rose from their
places and advancing from oppo-
site wings reached the gangway
below the Gais, forming an effec-
tive touch of scarlet across the
centre of the picture. Here they
awaited the descent of the Vice-
Principal and the Registrar from
the dais; ‘and the four figures re-
tired from the scene, walking
towards the Gymnasium.

Entry of the Chancellor-Elect

Another fanfare of tyimpets
heralded their return, the two
undergraduates in front, followea
by the Vice-Principal and Regis-
trar, and behind these Her Royal
Highness“P'incess Alice. Behind
her walked a scarlet-gowned train-
bearer. The compahy rose to their
feet and remained standing while
H.R.H. mounted the dais.

Doffing his cap, the Principal
then called on the Chancellor-
elect, Princess Alice, to + recite
Oath of Office. The Princess then
read the following words in a
clear voice:

“I, Alice,
Britain, Countess of
promise that with the help of God
I will at all times fulfil the duties
of Chancellor in accordance with
the Statutes of the University

Princess .of Great

College of the West Indies, and

will loyally uphold and maintain

the privileges and rights of the
I will en-
promote the great
purposes for which it has been
the advancement of
knowledge, the diffusion and -
and

University College.

deavour to
established,
arts, science,

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OTTAWA, (By Mail),
A new bill of rights for Canada’s 135,000
red Indians likely will be presented to
Parliament at the session opening Feb. 16.
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It is anticipated the experts will complete
their work in time for the legislation to be
presented at the coming session. They have
been trying to put into legal form many of
the recommendations of a joint committee
ot the Senate and the Commons which studied
the plight of the Indian in 1946, 1947 and 1948.

Some of the recommendations dealing
with improved health services and educa-
tional facilities for Indians have already been
acted upon by the government. But some of
the most conténtious problems have remained
unchanged.

The committee heard suggestions that the
Indians should be given full citizenship, in-
cluding the right to vote. But most repre-
sentatives of Indian bands showed little in-
terest in enfranchisement. They regarded it
as something which wouid rob them of their
treaty privileges. :

The Indians told the committee they want-
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They had other grievances. They protested
against encroachment of whites on Indian
reservations, limitations iznposed by provin-
cial governments on hunting and trapping
rights, lack of control over tribal funds, un-
qualified teachers, dilapidated schools, and
assignment of trives.to unproductive lands.

Many of the tribes complained that the
government had failed to live up to long-
standing treaties. .

The committee studied the representations
and recommended the integration of the
administration of Indian affairs under one
minister. It also recommended civil service
preference for Indians in their own admin-
istration and “immediate” establishment of
new hospitals and nursing stations in the
north.

On a controversial church-versus-state
education problem, the government officials
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The government has not yet indicated
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LORD SALISBURY, Conservative Party
leader in the House of Lords, said in a speech
at Nottingham last night that in five years
of working, through the United Nations, the
British Government has got nowhere.

He therefore found the Government’s
opposition to the Winston Churchill plan for
a new approach to Russia rather shocking.

Lord Salisbury said that he agreed with
Mr. Attlee and Mr. Bevin that Britain must
co-operate for peace through the United
Nations and the Atlantic Pact.

“But surely that does not rule out the
possibility of other approaches with the
same object,” he said.

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To The Editor The Advocate,

SIR,—Within the last few years
there have been several changes
in the Civil Establishment of this
island. Among the offices added
to those which carried on the
work of the government were that
of Financial Secretary and Assist-
ant Secretary in the Colonial
Secretariat.

The post of Financial Secretary
costs this island the sum of about
thirteen hundred pounds a year.
I am among those who would like
to know whether the addition has
made any difference to the ad-
ministration. I question it for the
good reason that we have the pre-
audit system in Barbados in dealing
with Government accounts.

The money for disbursement
must be voted by the House of
Assembly by resolution unless it
i provided by Statute. After
that the Auditor General passes

I that a int I pro
ion and under the

pass any more
further sums are
Legislature
l'reasurer can pay
are voted

money
via it re
law refust

s unie
the

lonial

by the Legislature or are provided
by Statute.

When the annual Estimates are
being prepared as they are at
present there is an Estimates
Committee of the Legislature who
meet for the specific purpose of
making the necessary adjustments
and additions. What then is the
purpose of having a Financial
Secretary?

The other office created was that
of Assistant Secretary in the
Colonial Secretary's office. Since
the secondment of Mr. Bishop to
the Control Department it has
not been filled and now the filling
of it is bringing grave dissatis-
faction in the Civil Service.

One would have thought that
the creation of this office would
have meant the opportunity for
members of the service to get
into the administrative bracket. It
is not so.

Now that the Control Depart-
ment has been made part of
permanent establishment Mr
Bishop will not be going back to

that office and so there is no reason t!

to keep it open if it is going t
bring such heart burn in

service The pitchforking

the spirit

junior officer who has won the
favour of his head of Department
is a seed of greater danger than
the abolition of the office.

If one is to be candid about
the whole matter, it will be ad-
mitted that Barbados does not
need a Colonial Secretary, two
Assistant Colonial Secretaries, a

Financial Secretary and an
Assistant Secretary

Soon we will have a Deputy
Comptroller of Customs, an As-
sistant Auditor General and other
high ranking officers imported
from England without adequate

opportunity for promotion among

senior officers in the Civil Service

This is not goo’ for Barbatios
TAXPAYER

Pride Of The Game
To the

Editor, The Advocate—
SIR, ople

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What happened to Farmer and
Wood who had been selected as
emergency fieldsmen? May be a
tour of duty prevented Farmer
from taking the field or Wood was
also indisposed. Anyway it is
not good@ enough for Barbados

UMPIRE.

Cricket Presentations

To the Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,—The cricketing public will
join with me in congratulating
the local Cricket Committee in
awakening to the sense of their
error and staging the presentations
of trophies at the scene of play

where those who attended the
matches can witness the presen-
tations.

After the last two tournaments
the presentations were made in
the rarified and limited



1 phere of the “posh” hotels. It was





number of people who could visit
the hotels then it severely limited
the publicity.

Let it not be imagined that the
support of cricket is merely in the
hands of those who had taken
part in the direction of the games.
Something is due to the public for
their support without which there
would be no cricket. Those who
want cocktail parties can hold
them afte but when it is some-
thing connected with cricket let
the entire public enjoy it.

ENTHUSIAST.

A Suggestion
To the Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—I am making 4 suggestion



which the .Cricket Board of
Control may give serious consid-
eration. We have had cricket in
Trinidad and Barbados and the
sixteen best 1 will be selected
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piayed either in British Guiana
or Jamaica, it would give good
practice to the West Indies team
playing as a team and give them
a better chance in playing the first
few matches on arrival in England.
It would also be interesting to see
how the second best team would
shape in these three matches and
would certainly test their strength.

I am sure with good weather the
expenses could be met from the
gate money. Perhaps this sug-
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. an see it.
, DS eurers were busy yester-
: se igeins a trench for the
S Perndation of a wall which will
mun

pucker,

half the length of Jordon’s

| ne pLANT of the West Indies
E [xnitting Mill, at Coleridge
¢, is expected to be completed
‘ut two weeks.

it to the miil yesterday
os seclosed that five knitting
: ines have begun to work.
| a cotton produced by these
SAB ppachines will be used to make
B® underwear and many
% ” sarments.
Se cloth is produced when
the rolls of knitting yarn pass
h these a eT
ases have 1,500, needles.
pesthen, comes out as a bolt,

nds of yards long.

Mr. Benjamin Bernstein of
\dyn, New York, who is an
rt on these Tompkins Spring

AB Needle Machines, told the Advo-
; yesterday that he came to
E Rerbados to supervise the install-
“tion and also service the mach-



the equipment in the dye

is neatly all erected. The
ayer, dyeing, bleaching, squeez-
a ig, and pressing machines are
® aiready in position.

Be ton Karp, who is con-
-. to the West Indian Knit-
SG Co., told the “Advocate” that
the hopes, within the next two
weeks, to have his goods on the

arket.
! ORK ON the Fire Brigade
a r Station is expected to cease

pon.

' The gate, garage and Foreman’s
‘Office have all been completed
nd labourers were busy yester-







WM iey putting on the finishing
Mim jouches to the yard.
WH THE Intercolonial



YY game was played at Kensing-~
Mion on Monday, Wilbert Scantle-

Muy (24) of Kensington New
lian, who was a watchman at
me of the gates, was wounded

with a three-gill bottle on his
cheek. He was taken to the
General Hospital the same eve-
We ting and detained.
MM Scaritlebury told the Advocate
that he was wounded by a man
Me who came in without permission.
He was allowing some bicycles

lip enter when the man rushed
® past him.
{ later when he was about to

onder the man off the ground he
WB wes struck with a bottle, which
We ie intruder was carrying in his
pocket,



"| ILR.H. Princess Alice Installed As College Chancellor |

(From Page 4)

saming and the encouragement
of sound religion.”

The Principal and the train-
earer then placed the great
Chancellor's robe on Her Royal
ignness’ shoulders. Her quiet
hank you” was clearly audible
Once more trumpets sounded;
i in the company sat.
“The new Chancellor then read
he following message from His
jesty the King.

_ BUCKINGHAM PALACE.
% b. your installation as
P of the University
of the West Indies,
ask you to convey my best
its members and in
associated with its

a 4

4M





_ Tam very glad to be as-
‘Selated with the College as
ls Visitor, and hope that it
May ever prosper in its high
purpose for the advancement
of true learning.

(Sed.) GEORGE R.

The Principal, Dr. Taylor, then

dan Address of welcome to tne

a wlancellor. He expressed his deep
jation of the honour she haa

i the University College, ana
mvealed his own previous know-
tof her interest in education.
terms as simple as they were
ee Vously sincere Dr. Taylor ex-
d his appreciation of the
Nices of those who had laboured
bring about the University
ge, mentioning Sir James
ule and Sir Raymond Priestley
epatticular with Dr. Margery
mam of the University of Lou-
8d finally the unfailing heip

a two whom he named simply as



Sie



mip §=Sherlock and Hugh

2 petinger.”
Lf “Addresses of welcome from
om Universities were then pre-
’ e ‘© the Princess, from

mngham by Sir Raymond
: ey, from Malaya, Glasgow,
Nae. ween’s University Belfast, and
on University of the Union of
Mm Africa by Mr. Springer,
a Chicago by Mr. Bindley
from Otago, by Professor
assall, from Durham whose

tion with the West Indies

us. always be remembered in
Gos by Professor I F. S.
Â¥; from McGill by Principal
he grace and easiness of
delivery won especial ap-
m the audience); from

yard University by Bishop
on; from St. Andrew’s by Sir
S Irvihe: from Cambridge by
meor J. H, Parry, recently
; Ww of Clare College: and
"ain, “Ndon by the Earl ol





fess Alice then addressed
‘Riversity College and

) me as follows:

My first wor ds

to you mus 2
express vial yo must be

h gratitude for the
. ¥ ee you have done me
ne 4% to be your Chancel-
ni. . “2 honour of which I am
bei Sensible, for although there



py Seg Chancellors in the
; Bins “+ le ahead, there will,
| be a special kind
ving been your
a :
er
i} inction s«
i tamil
he gueen Vic
2 } pecial in

99

may

1950

Found Dead
In His Room

A verdict of death by natural
causes was returned by a seven-
man jury yesterday when an
inquiry into the death of 43-y ear-
old Seeg-Miiler was held by Mr.
E. A. McLeod (Ce yroner of
District “A”,

Edward Seeg-Miller was found
dead in his room at the Hastings
Hotel on February 10.

Doctor H. L. Massiah who
performed the post mortem said
on the morning of February 11
Robert Sargeant identified the
body to him. He (Seeg- Miller)
was a healthy man. Both lungs
were congested and the liver
was enlarged, pale and fatty.
The intestines were normal and
in his opinion Seeg-Miller died
from natural causes,

William Robert Sargeant Man-
ager of the Hastings Hotel said
he spoke to Seeg-Miller about
7.30 p.m. on February 9. About
1.30 p.m. on February 10 the
head waiter came to him and
told him that Mr. Seeg-Miller
had not come down for lunch
and that he had rapped at the
door and received no reply to
his knock. ?

The head waiter took a dupli-
cate key and opened the door.
He (Sargeant) found Mr. Seeg-
Miller lying in his bed. He tele-
phoned for Doctor Scott who
examined the body and said that
he (Seeg-Miller) was dead for
about 10 to 12 hours.

Salt Arrives
From St. Kitts

A thousand



ee

bags of fine salt

arrived here yesterday by the
43-ton ‘Marea Henrietta” from
St. Kitts.

The “Marea Henrietta” stopped
at Dominica on its way here from
St. Kitts to bring to the island
firewood and coconuts.

Other schooners arriving with
cargo were “United Pilgrim S”,
“Providence Mark”, “Hazel Scott”,
“Laudalpha” and “E. M. Tan-
nis”.

Cargo brought by these vessels
consisted of fresh fruit, coconuts,
copra, peanuts, charcoal, firewood,
posts, vaporising oil, gas oil,
dieseline, turpentine substitute,
lubricating oil, colas, cylinders of
gas, oxygen gas, kegs of lime and
empty barrets.

These items were brought
from the ports St. Lucia, St.
Vincent, Trinidad, Dominica and
St. Kitts. \

Messrs H. Jason Jones & Co.,
Ltd., are agents of the “E. M
Tannis’. The other schooners are
consigned to the Schooner Own-
ers’ Association,

PUT ON BOND

James Greenidge of Wellington
Street was put on q bond for six
months in the sum of £2 when he
appeared before His Worship Mr
E. A. McLeod yesterday.

He was found guilty of making
a disturbance near Béckles Road
a highway on February 20.

terest in the fortunes and develop-
ment of the West Indies and in the
welfare of their people (applause).

My duties as your Chapcellor
are certainly enhanced by the fact
that they give me an opportunity
to visit this beautiful island; and
all those who like travel for its
own sake or are interested in his-
tory or take pleasure in visiting
places where they can be sure of a
friendly welcome, will always be
happy if kindly fortune brings
them to the West Indies. But I
can assure you that for my part,
wherever I am — here or in my
home or in any part of the world
—it will always be my constant
pleasure to watch over your in-
terests.

To-day’s ceremony fitly sets the
seal of recognition upon the new
University College of the West In-
dies. It is indeed a memorable
occasion not only for those men
and women who have laboured so
long and so devotedly to prepare
for this day but especially for all
those like myself, the staff and the
students who are inheriting the
responsibility for the conduct of
this College upon whose founda-
tion one day we may hope to raise
our University.

Three great Universities from
the Old Country have been main-
ly instrumental in the foundation
of this College. To use a bio-
logical analogy, St. Andrew’s and
Birmingham have both acted as
the midwives at the birth while
London has been the parent with-
out whom, I venture to say, all
heroic efforts on the part of the
first two Universities would have
availed nothing. (Laughter).

The parent is one ina very real
sense of the word because for a
few years to come to London is to
remain closely associated with the
destinies of our College by reason
of the fact that our students con-
tinue to take the University of
London external degree examina-
tions, and I think we should be
proud that our first steps should
be made under such august di-
rection.

It is, too, I think, of good aug-
ury that from the very beginning
this College should have been
associated with Scotland and the
ancient University of St. Andrew’s,
Ever since the days of John Knox,
Scotland has set before itself a
high ideal in educational matters
and to a great extent has realised
it.

I like the story of a visitor from
the south who, looking over a wide
expanse of bleak moor and bog,
turned to a Highland shepherd be-
side him and said: “In God's name,
what does this country produce?
The shepherd solemnly removed
his: cap and said: “Sir, in God 's
name, it preduces educated men.

And so, although this University
is new, perhaps the newest in the
world, the fact that it is so closely
associated with St. Andrew’s
means that it can claim to spring
from a tradition that goes bac:
five centuries. I am sure you will
agree with me that none could
possibly have a better foundation,
or at any rate be modelled on a
better pattern than that of Scottish
learning

If we cast

that early epoch,



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THE BARBADOS. ADVOCATE



PREVIEW OF BRITISH PERIODICALS at the British Council was held Monday, and was open to

the public from yesterday.



The picture shows some of the screens
as Trident, a nautical publication, Education and Art News.
getting a peep at the publications,

House Meets For 25 Minutes

2 MeasuresPassed: 6Postponed

The meeting of the House ofcourse, it is proposed, subject to

Assembly which was held yester-
day must have been one of the
shortest on record, It began at
12.15 p.m., and: ended at 12.40.
During that time two measures
were passed and siX were post-
poned.

The number of spectators pres-
ent was the smallest seen for
quite some time. When the meet-
ing got underway, just one was
there. When it ended there were
four,

The first measure passed was a
Resolution for $11,496 to supple-
ment the estimates of expenditure
for the current financial year. The
Resolution is to authorise the
supplementary provision as fol-
lows:—

$7,179.28 to the Barbados Can-
ning Co., Ltd. as a refund of
amounts paid on machinery im-
ported for the canning of molasses.

$1,183.46 to the Modern Hat
Company in respect of Customs
Duty and Package Tax paid on
machinery imported for the pur-
pose of manufacturing Irats,

The Barbados Scholarship
awarded to Miss Elsie Pilgrim in
1946 will expire during this year,
and it has been recommended, in
view of her excellent results, that
Miss Pilgrim should take a two-
year course leading to the M., Litt.

Degree at Girton College, Cam-
bridge. As funds from the Bar-
bados Scholarship grant will be

available for only one year of the



Dr.

J. W. TAYLOR.

ing throughout Europe. They
were strongholds and treasure
houses of knowledge and culture
in a world that was intolerant and
turbulent.

1 believe that our Universities
have much the same sort of task
before them to-day. Many of the
lights we cherish are threatened
by obscurity. In the fog and dark-
ness which is a constant menace
to the civilised world, our Uni-
versities are the best of all
beacons; and it is surely a wise
precaution to put up yet another
one to guide the spirit of man-

kind into the deep and safe waters |

of wisdom and understanding.

That is a privilege and a re-
sponsibility you share with all the
Universities in the world. And
so the first thought I should like
to leave with you is that you are
not, nor is any other University an
isolated unit. You are part of a
system, a great system, covering
the whole civilised world, hal-
lowed by the traditions of centur-
ies, governed and inspired by a
unity of purpose which is your
common heritage. That purpose
never changes, and it can never
be less than the training of the hu-
man mind to search out and to
know the truth.

Those who pursue that purpose
must be prepared for a hard pil-
grimage. In theology, in science
and medicine, in sociology, in his-
tory, and, in fact, in every de-
partment of learning and scholar-
ship, the search for truth must be
carriei out with an intensity of
resolve that makes immense de-
mands on human capacity and
thought. But we must never for-
pet that honesty of purpose is not
OF ITSELF a sufficient protection
against attack and misrepresenta-
tion. Ho.tility will come not mere-
ly from those who want to dis-
pense with truth because it is in-

conveniert to their interests; it
will come also from those who
find it inconvenient to their ideas

The ideclogical weapon is
very powerful nowadays and
it is wielded by people who
are obsessed with fapatical

zeal. The result is that far
too many people believe that
their approach to human

problems {is not only the best
but that it is unique. It ts not
enough for them to have the

key; they expect the worid to
acknowledge that it is the
only key



the approval of the Legislature, to
extend Miss Pilgrim’s scholarship
for one year,

To pay a claim amounting to
$2.36 for damage to a mauby cart
due to a defect in a drain cover on
a public highway.

With the starting of the Trans-
Canada Airline Service to Barba-
dos, it has become necessary to
provide more room in the Seawell
Terminal Buildings for the in-
creased number of passengers
using the building and office ac-
commodation and other facilities
for the staff of the Trans-Canada
Airlines.

The alterations in the main
terminal building required to in-
crease the accommodation for pas-
sengers are estimated to cost $860.
The sub-division of the North-
West wing of the restaurant and
waiting room building to provide
suitable offices will cost $590.

Passing of the Resolution was
moved by Mr. G. H. Adams and
there was no debate on it.

Aiso passed without debate was
a Resolution to approve the Reg-
ulations entitled “The Barbados
Regiment (Rates of Pay) Regula-
tions, 1950” made by the Gover-
nor-in-Executive Committee un-
der the provisions of section 22 of
the Volunteer Act, 1909.

Dr. H. G. Cummins (L) mov-
ing the passing of the Resolution
told members that it was to au-
thorise the paying of certain rates

Now no one will dispute the fact

that in the pursuit of trugh and
in the guardianship of the wis-
dom of mankind—I put those first
among the responsibilities of a
University — integrity, persever-
ance, patience, courage and unsel-
fishness are qualities that are
absolutely essential. But they are
not enough BY THEMSELVES
to enable those engaged in the
difficult task of preserving and ex-
tending human knowledge to with-
stand the dangers and vicissitudes
by which they will be constantly
assailed. They must be strength-
ened and vitalised by a spiritual
grace. Their work must be forti-
fied by the warmth and energy of
religion. Science and philosophy
are dead things unless they con-
tain the ferment of religion. And
we know as a matter of practical

experience that beyond the ex-
plorations of science and _ the
speculations of philosophy, the

human instinct still humbly gropes
its way towards a God.

As we look round the world
to-day, riven and twisted by dis-
orders and jealousies, we cannot
fail to realise that much of the
trouble is due to the Christian tra-
ditions of society — not only in
polities and international relations
but also in art, culture and family

{ ile-—eSAVINE been subjected to a



process of constant and increasing
erosion, The cumulative effect of
this process has been very great
And it is in those very countries
where a spiritual background has
been crushed under a load of
gross materialism that man’s in-
dividuality, his respect for human



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members of the public are



to members of the Barbados Reg-

iment whenever the Regiment is
called out on service. The regula-
tions do not apply to the Staff
Officer or the Warrant Officer,
The rates had been taken, so to
speak, from the rates paid in the
Police Force, Dr. Cummins said.
Members of the Police Force paid
for their rations, and so it was
decided that in the case of the
Barbados Regiment, 60 cents a day
would be taken from the rates

proposed in the Regulations to
pay for the rations.
The schedule of daily rates
follows:—
Lt. Colonel $13.21
Major 9.92
Captain 8.35
Lieutenant 7.82
2/Lieutenant 7.30
C.S.M. a 4.17
Colour Serjeant 3.68
Serjeant 3.09
L/Serjeant 2.63
Corporal 2.30
L/Corporal 1,64
Private ‘ 111
The measures postponed were,
the Resolution to approve the

Payment of Leave Passages Order, amended by sections 41 and 42 of!

1950; consideration of the Report
of the Select Committee which
considered the same _ resolution;
second reading of a Bill to regulate
the brewing of beer and to impose

certain duties thereon; second
reading of a Bill to amend the
Customs Tariff Act, 1921; the

Address to the Governor urging
the repatriation to Africa of per-
sons of African descent; the Ad-
dress proposing the nationalisation
of the Barbados Gas Co., Ltd.
The Report of the Select Com-
mittee which considered the Leave
Passages Order Resolution follows:



values, his creative impulses and
his tolerance of human frailties
have been ruthlessly suppressed.

It has indeed been truly said |

that wherever we find a false
idea about men, its origin lies in a
false idea of God.

I think it is a deplorable fact
that the current of religious faith |
is far weaker to-day than it was
in the last century with all its
materialism, The following story

of Queen Victoria which has been |
down through the years |

handed
clearly represents the attitude of

the men and women of her day: |!

The, King of Prussia once
asked her what reason she
could give for the unprece-

of the British Empire. She
moved to the table, picked up
her Bible and said, “This.”
The Bible is still with us but
do we still read it as the finest |
literature in the world? |

|

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et

The Committee held a meeting
on Saturday the llth Fet
1959 when the following He
able Members were present, na




ly: E. K. Walcott, Esquire, K.C.,

R. G. Mapp, Esquire, O. 1’.
Esquire, F. C. Goddard

Alldey
Esquire

and W. A. Crawford Esquire.

The Committee after careful
consideration of the matter and
after having paid special attention

to the posts which are at present

vacant in the Civil Service, and
the posts which it might be either

difficult to fill or to retain the pre-

sent holders thereof, have come to
the conclusion that the problem

might be most effectively solved

by adopting the redommendation

of the Civil Service Commissioner,

Mr. G.-H. Adams, C.B.E., and the
Public Services Committee set uv
by His Excellency the Governor on
November 29th, 1949, with regard
to the establishment of a Publix
Service Commission

The Committee finds it impos-
sible finally to decide on the
question of leave passages before
the detailed information on this
question is available which only
such a Commission can obtain

The Committee are of the
opinion that in the event of any
difficulty arising with respect to
the retention of the services of
any Civil Servant or Teacher be-
fore the setting up and functioning
of the Commission that such mat-
ter be referred to the Honourable
House for its consideration.

Minority Report

I agree with paragraph (2) of
the Report of the Committee.

I consider that in order to meet
the existing emergency,
passage as proposed should bet
granted to an Officer occupying
an office, named in the Schedule,
that is threatened with a vacancy
and whom it is difficult to replace
and to offices named in the
Schedule, that are vacant and are
extremely difficult to fill. Two
thirds only of the cost of Passage
for a wife should be given.

As the meeting of the House
began Mr. G. H. Adams tabled the
Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic
(Motor Cab Fares) Regulations,
1950,

Mr. F, L. Walcott gave notice of
a Resolution to approve the Reg-
ulations entitled “The Motor Ve-
hicles and Road Traffic (Motor
Cab Fares) Regulations, 1950”
made by the Direstor of Highways
and Transport on the 16th day of
February, 1950, under section
of the Motor Vehicles and Road
Traffic Act, 1937 (1937-16), as

the Department of Highways and
Transport Act, 1945, and approved}
and sanctioned by His Excellency |
the Governor on the 17th day
February, 1950.

Dr. Cummins gave notice of a
Bill to amend the Police Act, 1908

The House adjourned until 3
p.m. next Tuesday.

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At the first twinge of pain, suck
two Rennies, one after the othe:

Your saliva carries the fast-acting
blend of antacids straight to your

stomach. Acidity is quickly
corrected, and your pain goes.
There’s no need to let acidity
make your life a misery—always
carry a few Rennies (each one is
wrapped like a sweet) in your
pocket or handbag. If they don’t
help, it’s high time you saw your
doctor. Get Rennies at any
chemist.

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One (1) Bottle of Lighter

The Lighter that has no
springs, no flints, no wheels,
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flame, and is wind-proof. To
introduce these Lighters we
are giving FREE of charge
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smoothly and

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pans, woodwork, tiles, for all
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FERGUSON



Carrington

After a quarter of an nour’s
grinding at Carrington Factory,
St. Philip on Monday work was
Stopped due to a breakdown in
the mechanical set up.

Cane which was intended for
this factory, had to be taken to
the surrounding ones,



Engineers are however busily
engaged in repairing the defect
anc’ it is expected that the factory
will resu)ae work within the
week

—__.

FIRE AT CANEVALE

THREE acres of first crop canes
and ten acres of sour grass, the
property of Canevale Plantation,
were destroyed last night by fire.
The canes were insured, but not
the sour grass,

The cause of the fire is unknown.

The plantation labourers gave
all possible assistance but were
unable to extinguish the blaze,

£2.10s. In 6 Months





FOR selling bananas at :
greater price, Mabel Clarke o
Halis Road was fined £2 10/- t
be paid in six months by instal-

its or in default one month’s

imprisonment by His Worship Mr

EB. A. MeLeod yesterday,
he offence was committed or
Fe uary 20







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PAGE FIVE

Breakdown At’ 15/- In 14 Days

LLOYD DUKE of Westbury
Road was fined 15/- and 1/-
costs jn 14 days or one month’s
imprisonment by His Wirship Mr.
H. A. Talma yesterday for not
keeping the sanitary accommoda-
tion in his house at Suttle Street
in a clean. state.

The offence was committed on
December 9.

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HOURS AND Canon gy| ff”
$ cost fs || am

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Corrosion costs f f a year THEN 1? ie aa

ee WE les, iO ea f:

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~*~ countries every viar?

figure is astonishingy high, and

\ it after allowing for new Works the
balance represents a heavy forfeit

lack of taking proper precautions

Protection is easy with

FERROGENR

Anti-Corrosive Paint
for every INCH of metal.

FERROGENE is an anti-corrosive
paint designed for the tropics. It clings
closely tc the surface of metai-work, forming
a ¢amp-proof, air-proof skin which preserves
its life zlmost indefinitely. Js three attractive

’ h shides + —-Red, Grev an4 “Sreen.
Manufacturers BURRELL’S PAINTS, Mitcham, Surrey
Props.: R. J. HAMER & SONS (Paints)

Limited)
Also makers of - -
PEDIGREE” Implement and Machinery

Enamel!

“PERFECTO” Oil Bound Washable

Water Paint

————> J)
AQUATITE” Waterproofing Composition . oe <
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RECTORS |

PHOSTON

Phospheroug |.

that is a splendid
tonic. Taken in
it quickly tones up, 3
nerves and enables
to get a geod night |
rest. Try it and be op |
vineec. :

Price 36¢. per
ON SALE AT

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"REASURE IN THE CARIBBEAN by A. W. Acworth



Another shipment of these Reliable REF
in stock

Now on sale at

ADVOCATE STATIONERY = | § ak
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—————— ———

this life on the 22nd of February

that sad day,
eee we love was called awa

joved you dear but Jesus love you
shall meet again together som”
G0 membered by her loved
family. 22.2.50—1n

of our dear mother
UDE WALCOTT, whe
this life on 2lst February 1946
flock however waiched ani



lamb is there

fireside how 5s0-@°

. memory of our dear beloved
FREEMAN, who de-
this life on 24nd of February 1944
jn our hearts lies a picture,

My precious than silver or gold

ve that of our darling mother
# memories will never grow old.
Ei? Lione! and Eustace Harris ‘con:
"> Youise Freeman (sister), Arleigh
| Astil and Yvonne (grand-children)

22.2.50—In.

FOR SAIRF











Hil 1948 in perfect condition
10,000. Apply: Bfiston, on-sea
Coast. 19.2.50—én.,







\iR—-Vanguard; almost new. Owner
in England 3,000 miles. Owne
d new unit. What offers? Apply
Garage Ltd. Phone 4624

21.2.50—3n

SED CARS AND TRUCKS—Many
. at “bargain prices” all in guar-
d condition. Marshall & Edwards

"363 48 Roebuck Street
; 22.2.50—5n.





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iman Minx, one of the best
still going strong. Always
driven, in good condition
nab price. Apply: Straughn’s
James Street. 22,2.50—t.f.n

Morris 10. Engine recently
. Body, tyres and battery in

condition A good buy
priced. Phone 3635
22.2.50—5n

RICAL

“CTRIC: WASHING MACHINE—
Canadian, $190.00 cash, Courtesy

. Dial 4616. 19.2.50—3n
“HECTRICAL—G.E.C. Electric Oven
Mi Hot Plate. $30.00 Apply Mrs. Read
aim Beach, Hastings. Telephone 4157.
21,2.50—2n



— (Lb two-year-old
ed Filly. For further par-
Apply G. L. Harford, Nor-
St. James 21.2.50—3n




CAL

ING MACHINE, Barrett Electric,
Messrs T. Geddes Grant Ltd.
$28. Under 3 years old $200 or
Dial 4476. A. Barnes & Co
16.2.50-—¢. f.n

CULES CARRIER CYCLES—Also
21 Gents and Ladies Sports Auto
Co. Trafalgar St. Dial 2696

ISCELLANEOUS

BAITERIES—Azid Electrolite. Apply:
Tyre Co., Trafalgar Street. Dial
19.2,50—t. f.n







aby ce volt, 15 & 17.
Apply Jone Star Garage, °
ms & Speightstown. =

18.2.50—4n

, (
a arey Flannel Pants complete
Grey 1 tle Belt only $6.56. Stan-
’ cas Street. 11,2.50—4n
(P NEWS—At the Mayfair Gift

Â¥ ati eae rst fay gereere:

Al, ronation mops,
s Old U.S.A. Stamps, oe
, 16.2.50—12n.

} RUBBER HEELS—Lone Star
James & Speightstown.
18.2.50—4n

SS SYPHONS—For making

at-home at $9.60 each. Also
o Bulbs at $1.44 per Dozen. Bar-
Agencies



eASS TUMBLERS—Good quality in
at $3.00 per Doz. and % pint

: Barbados Agencies
18,2.50—6n

ee
es, a ager
4.80 per Carton of 24 Bot.
dos Agencies Lid. Bay St
18,.2.50—2n.

"S— Harvey's, in Dry, Bris
tis ee, ond Bristols Milk. Also
re oat Gold Cap Port Win«
St. ttle. Bambados Agencies
18,2. 50—6n

PLATES—White :
plain, goo
; mnlow & Soup, at $30
» Barbados Agencies Ltd. Bay

18,2,50—6n.

Bani Gloss, in
. Buff, Apple and
ae Signal Red in 1 Gallon
tea yet Gallon Can. Barba-
Bay St.
18.2. 50—6n

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Agencies Ltd. Bay St.
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18.2.50—6n

led in 3 Days

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are Rew discovery that

“sites on the skin that

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| qgDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, "T950

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THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE



] LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Millicent Rous
| of Roebuck Street, St John. for pers
| ™™ission to sell Spirits, Mak Liquors, &c..
tot a board and galvanize shop at Roebuck


































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| UNDER THE Street, St. John | $rOSoossSoeoSSsSSsssTIeT,
IVORY HAMMER | “Darea us Sees day of Fi y, 1980 x ,
j i To . ebruary, THE po. “s 2
=== | By instructions received from the in hg ae Esq., iagies Cues “Drerwoos will .
surance ; m2 - ce Magistrate, Dist. “C". and Passengers for
HOUSES | Motor © FLATS fully Jon FRIDAY February site org | for Applicant 1h rove eee Teer Sat Fee *
erator and p= Mpg a with Retrig- | (1) A.40 Austin ¢ at 2 p.m.| N.B.—This application will be con- |] reary, 1950, S
war at » Worthing, | ed. only done Gono i, ay ae Dem- | sidered at = Licensing Court to be heli
8364. 13.1.50—t.n.| VINCENT GRIFFITH. Auctineee we See oat Wen a 3 eat | a br crag sd Wace ae
_ ay © ee t 1h of “ :
meUNGALOW—With all Modern equip. |e 298090 | am Seer In Carlisle Bay St. Lucta, selling Monae Souk
Electric Light 3 toneton ae am UN Ag. Police wegilenae Dist. “Cc” IN PRT: Sch. Adali Sch. F-eedo: Schooner re y
and a Third if necessary. ‘At Goodland DER THE SILVER HAMMER f " 22. 2.50—1n. | Fleary, Sch. Lochinvar 9 Sch Marion net, Chapt fa eS oe ——
pan Near Deacons Ri. Rent|_ ON THURSDAY 25rd py ac: Belle Wolfe, Soh. D'Orta, Sch. Alexan- Agents: Schooner Owner" Associate. AND WATCH
Whites Alley “ERY Ss. me. | Ral jute we will sel her seen | @rina R., Yacht Leander, Sch. Manuata, Schooner EB. M. TantAis, 93 tons net | B.W.I. SCH ,
» City. appointments at “Shenstone”. Rocklog Sch. Wonderful Counsellor, Sch. Zita Capt. Tannis, from Trinidad via St. | re (OONER OWNERS’ °
15.2.50—tn. = which ee ley Wontia, Sth. Burma D., M.V. T. B. Vincent; Agents: H. Jason Jones & Co ASSOCIATION (INC)
“ORRISHANA? Extension Dining Table (seat 8) Radar. M.V. Daerwood, S.S. Sunray. Ltd.
ind. Apply P Mara;TRabelle, | Lands | and Arm Chairs, Sideboard, ‘Tea Treity, yates cid ; Consignee. Tel. No. 404.
t : . - . 5) | Very ni 3 *
| Swan Street. 9.2.50 f f.n. | Suite Seti s Qabinet, 5 piece Moris . ARRIVALS
| with Sprirur ' 2 Rockers, 2 Arm Chairs Schooner Marea Henrietta, 43 tons net
| , BONNIE DUNDEE, St. Lawrenc Mird : ons practically new), | am ; ; :
i ; » St. e Gap, . Hat Rack, Selby, from Dominica; ts.
' es Spee except Linens. From Jahogany: Coriete tea ae nae =e Cumers’_ Association. m3 Nehboner Association
ee sp ne. Apply: E. C. Boyce, | Pictures, Congolet ‘qu fee Schooner Hazel Scott, 30 tons net, Cart. _ Schooner Providence Mark, 29 tons net
» St. Lawrence. Dial 8240. Electric ' Fittings, Green Painted men Marks, from St. Vincent via St. Lucia; Capt. Ohviere, from Trinidad; Agents
| 4.2.50—t.f.n are and Cock-tail Tables, Glass and | Agents: Schooner Owners’ Association. Schooner Owners’ Association.
are, Dinner, T ‘ *
piiaggree WES Sage ach | Agee Manado ae eate pe | At voaren eee roursnecrsagee| IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION |
_ Dial 3986. 21.2.50—t.f.n. | Double Bedstend and Goring ta) enarxe, brain and Sha Henke in| Cable and Wireless (West Indies) Ltt. dum, 8.9 Pegasus, eee rohes
| HIGH WINDS, Cattlewash - | Presses, Vanity Table with Triplet Mir- {am American which re- | Advise that they can now communicate SS. Italia, SS. labres Min, ee OUTW.
| une iat asa, NWO ASE AY S| Simin Bole Rooke Nemours | Names Rout igour ane wate, guekes | sth the folowing. ane throu hess Navi,” S'S. Ploeer Wave, ee ee
a ‘ rings — Cecilia,’ S.S.
FLAT at B oe Filled amd Deep Sleep Mattres:r< | treatment in tablet form, discovered by an! SS. Imperial Quebec, S.S. Golfito Monice. ss "icon cans Due
Ist Maren, pyaWater Deacons Rd. from | }7a!! Mimors, Kitchen Caipinet, Electric | American Doctor. Absolutely harmless and S_S. Bachquero, SS. Fyigia, RMS Lady Rehan SS Van Oeede, So eelste Vessel
«Dial 2850. 21.2.50—3n | Roe rate, Toaster, Kettle Fan and Irons. Cred ke erent and most pow. | Rodney, S.S. Bayano, S.S. Alcoa Roam- S.S. America, 9.8. Yas | From Leaves Barbados.;
FLAT—At “Hiam” kK, pingill and Florence 3 Burner Oil Stency | Bete on glands, nerves, and | Stiy sates, Uke: SS. Indarland, Norfold, S.S. Daphnella, S.S. Agamem- ‘
Road—Front Room, Verguag, ae soe and Ovens, Scales, ‘Kitchen Thales SWare vane builds new, eens = 33. fear Oubes = S Fs gar = one Fon, Frumento, 3.9. Stella Polarls, 'S.s Ay nl tomaee ee 27th Feb.
Toilet, Bath, RMAE, Water, Kitchanette | puget mn, PGK. Carpencers Tuo! | Seay power and vigour ie it te ob hoors, | siewy. SS. Carina, S'S. Nieuw Aiwicr: 5S: Mato. Nene SS CG Thulln ES. TACT in mw wa
72 s : . ; . ' j YDCREST”
also Garage, mene, 208 Fanitune FF tere {elus..7Ths | Because of its natural action on and —_ London 25th Feb. 13th Mar,
—— ee condition : } and
* ‘CHANDOS"—A house near the in Sale 1130 o'clock. Terms cash. HOMEWARD FOR UNITED KINGDOM.
o & a con- E
es the same level floor Rent BRANKER, PROTMAN & cD , has been to ed and sands Vessel. For Closes in Bacbados
Eloomsbury, St. Thamas. 22.2. 30-24 “"19.2.50—2n, | chemists here. Get VicTabe from your S.S. “SPECIALIST” Li
5 .2.50—3 : - os es .. verpool 27t \
SSS a ee | insist abated Tee
PUBLIC NOT Commissioner of iBolive te-eelt ak eases Cul bottle, which lasts eight days, For inf apply to
ICES Station on Monday next the 27 eo Paaeeve guarantee that it must make Salil Nel “
—_—_—_—____ earn ak 2 o'clock, the following |an@ feel neve 20 years aaeeer ae Pion Tree Tite “bauhocks Kay Berean, Mr . a ae . DA COSTA & co., LTC ~Agents.
———_" ae es | money back . . - ‘ < : :
“ i Thirty (30) Cartons sanitee on return of Mattocks, Stanley Mattock: Martin Sampson, Mstr. Stephen Sampson, Mstr
£25 easily earned by obtaining orders Four ya) py a ratvantee ania: oe a a ee Ma seca Aap mend th ee ae ame beet, ar
for private Christmas Cards from | One (1) Iron Bedstead. . ‘Vi-T want costs little, | itussell, Johnnie Russell. Agnes Louis, Mr. Edgar Marsden, Miss . “i .
vour trends, "No previons rece | Taree a) So | ODS fat een Rata Hem Berber, tains Neng comma ry wa correr.*'s| Canadian National Steamsh
Seu go day today for beautiful free Two a ieee oon ~ < From Jamaica: Tien taebaies Adams Mine Mary tuk — oer e Ss ips
a to Britain's largest and| and severnl other items of Anent M.C.P., Mr. Walter Reece K.C., Hiy ton, Mr. Thomas Molen, Mr. William
retnost Publishers; highest commission, | Terms strictly cash Ce eee Excellency A. W. L. Savage, and Mrs Ball, Mr.s. Elizabeth Ball, Sir Allan
Fen wing ceasing nme BARC 4. scorn Sereaes eee CUT Ur nam, Sere sors cas
c lams & Co., Dept. 10 Victo: Govt. Auctioneer, ioner: b : S.P., : tt t, Mr. Henry Sails Sails Arrives Sails
Works, Preston, Eng! * ctoria : From Grenada: Olive Tolman, Elain? Lord, Rev. Frederick Mallalieu, SOUTHBOUND Montreal Halifax Bostor Barbad Ba.
and. es 50—Sn Tudor, Melcher, Margaret Richard. For British Guiana: Rev. .Warren eee ee er
— i _| — Katheine Battersby, Dan Lyons. Miner, Mrs Annie Stand, Mir. John Stead, ewe ae. — Ps Feb. 10th Feb. 19th Feb 20th Feb.
At my office at Magazine Lane or r. Cecil Jordan, Mr, Oepar Green, Mrs ELS — h Feb. 27th Feb sth Mar Sth Mar.
PUBLIC OFFICIAL SALE | Tuesday next’ the 2stn Fepmaee DEPARTURES By B.W.1.A.L Urdelena Green, Mr, John Theodore | CANADIAN ; t
2 o’clock I will offer for sale by public For Trinidad: My. Clement Chadder- Ramsay, Mr. Gordon Gunn, Mr. Reginald CHALLENGER 10th Mar - 20th Mar. 20th Mar
(The Provost Marshal's Act 1904 competition one property situate ott ton, Mw. Algernon Franpton, Mr. Joseph Stone, Mrs. Rose Stone, Miss Louise LADY RODNEY -—— 25th Mar 27th Mar Sth Apr 6th Ap.
me (1904—6) § 30). Savanah Road, Bush Hall. It consists of *cCaffrey Miss Verna Reid, Mr. Parkin- Stone, Mrs Evelyn Stone, Mstr. Ray- Lae aeeeeee 12th May io 1 23th Apt ard Apr atth Apr
TUESDAY the 7th day of March |@ house which is in good condition ara | gon Bynoe, Mr. Cecil Bury, Mrs. mond Stone, Miss Carol Stone, Mr. | TAny NELSON Meee aa ike: aes. a 5 EER ome
1950, at the hour of 2 @elock in the | 288 Open verandah, drawing and dining | Josephine Scantlebury, Miss Lsalene Charles O'Donnell Mr. Colin O’Donnel! : 3ist May ard J Sth 14th June 15th 3
afternoon will be sold at my office to the | 0M, (3) bedrooms, kitchen, stock pens, | Boyce, Mrs. Ada Osborne, Mr, Roy Gib- Rev. Henry Olsen, Mr. John Fernandes, | LADY RODNEY 30th May ard Sth July Mth Jul 1th July
els gl sum not under eee wall to the front with | son, Mr. Morris Wexler, Mr. John Rev. Billes.
i . es and electric rent together | A es Sails ~ rive r
| All that certain pi ' Set ge agen an Ae, F rriv Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives Arrives
int by acimenrurement wo Hoods atuats | 10ected any “day Yon aplication. >| NOBTMBOUND Barbados Barbados Boston St-dohn Hallax Monirea
0 int Philip, butting q | Mrs. Humphrey who is always at home | ¢ ; j LAD NEY t .
bounding on lands of the estate of J Deets, aes | A representative of our . Strange Red Cloud’, LENINGRAD PICTURE: LADY NELSON ater Mer. anea nesr. aut ‘Age.and Apr
lenor, o vin Alleyne,| / eer & Rez 2 sent, : : : , LAD Apr 19th Avr ;
on lands of Bayley's opiantations, on . 22.9.5 ' | Firm will be leaving for 10 Mil STOCKHOLM SOUND LADY NELSON ‘oth May ‘ain May ith tay ieth ster
raiod » Sargeant |e ee | I oO LADY RODNEY 8th June 10th Jun 19th June ist Jun
(dee'd), and on a road eight feet wid England on the 28th es ng LOND! 9 LADY NELS ; iy Zist Jun
leading to th ide} REA | ‘ Eu INDON, Feb, 21. ¥ NELSON 27th June 29h J 8th July 10th J 13th July
ioasthne with the old wel Deen House L ESTATE } February and will be LONDON, Feb. 21 ‘ British televiewers "ae night LADY RODNEY 27th Ju 29th July th Aug 9th Aug. 12th Aug
Buildings, &c., appraised as follows: | ..BUSINESS PREMISES No. 46 Roebuek | contacti “os ce ia ie ‘ound their sets were picki owe
Dl etek dices es tos | ing se Reports of a “strange red cloud | ‘* > pleking up
ae whole property appraised to FIVF moe Saat rebu It. Vers , ble f : g veral of the abd 0 miles 1 he the T .|Pictures from Leningrad and | N-B.—Subject to change without notice. Al! vessels Atted with cold stornge cham-
NDRED AND FIFTY ‘Seven | Grocery or Provision and Liquor bust leading Real Estat ss Ree SOR ee eae ane | 3 bers. Passenger Fares and freight rate ‘ :
| DOLLARS AND FIPTY CENTS $557.50). | "SS. Inspection on application. Offer gdhclen’ tie Mead e Russian frontier last night, prob- te from Rociticlon Sueeee rates on application to :—
Atta rom James Theophilus Marshal! | ‘" .Writing will be received by the “ 1es in Lon é 4 i i i ame sunspots. e ngra
| Attsched from James Theophilus Marshati | ,Writing, 2 by the| on ably evidencing Russian radio— | Plame tsp teen aunt! GARDINER AUSTIN & CO,, LTD. — Agents.
| of deohaae Deposit to be paid on day E TORNGON: | en iiy mk toctes oo Fs wavelength as London. The im- | _
hase. “Sunnyside” 5 ~day. y s . -
1 V. HB. ,ROCHEFORD, Chelsea Gardens We feel that this is a merely seeing a good example of | 28s, seen in Reading, were re-
Provo rears ts B® vost Marshal ie a 19.2.50—7n | unique opportunity for the —e art a — a | ported to be weak. aii
. 14, 1950. 16.2.50—Gn ‘Dat Amity Lodge, Worthins property owner of the Roya servatory ai —Reuter. x
7. Ss ; N
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha a. ft. to 12000 ca. ft Nee | negotiaze in the Bnolish introspect ye rr eR CHE. GLE., TRANSATLANTIQUE
a o o “. s New | ‘
Commander G. S. Dixon, OB E.. In aetites rie ; Y quite a strong Aurora Borealis last
tae feck the, See Gen ane aloe oa market for the sale, ease night. It was clearly observed in FRENCH LINE
SLADON with effect from the sth | {" wate and electric service. Fe or rental of their local various parts of Britain, and would .
povaagine 22-2 90 Bn | uimwaye, Worthing oe Par aed ene |} Properties. Those wish- {Wy certainly be seen much in such a eee:
wah te aie, ms ; ; ares fs i nN mou
NOTIC can be arranged one ing to take advantage of areas as the Turco-Russian bord “GASCOGNE” stcekta\ teen s y —
E 11.2.50—12n 0 : er,” he said.—Reuter. 9 By AAN EY teens March are Ss
SUPPLIES FOR ALL that Eatin ed ne services on the cus- MISRY neces ese sa es April 4th
THE POOR THE 4L. that three storied tone yall | * om OG ne nj *
PARISH OF SAINT MICHQEL dwelling house situate in St. Michaels | oe nk nines basis, ae NE” ...... ' oe il a ae
ow. Bridgetown, (adjoining the pre- Oo se ° Dee tM ek oe, en Ps ee + 6 688.6 ay ay
SEALED TENDERS in duplicate marked | "ises occupied by The Pernn Bay tum | particulars aaiakee Holy Year Pilgrims | *@NSCOGNE” ...... - May 24th May 31st
TENDED FOR " 6

will be received by the Clerk of the
ae up to 12 o'clock noon on Monda
e

ordered for the term of one year com-
meneing, onthe Ist day of April next
FRESH MEAT

FRESH MILK
FRESH BREAD
tendering must send in a

Each person
, letter, along with the Tender, signed by
two properly qualified persons (not beiny
embers

the due fulfilment

With respect to the Tender for Fresh
Milk, the probable quantity required for
one year is 24,000 gallons and the Vestr
reserve the right to accept the tende
of more than one person for tha supply
of this article, and all persons tendering
for this article shall forward, along wit!
their tender, a Certificate by a qualiried
Veterinary Practitioner stating that ‘h>
cattle from which the milk will be sup-
pied are free from Tuberculosis.

Forms of tenders can be obtained at
the Churehwarden’s Office.

By Order,
E. C. REDMAN,
, Clerk, St. Michael's Vestry.

Re 22.2,50—7n





PERSONAL

THE public are hereby warned agains
a. to my wife MABEL IRENE
2









ALEXANDER HINDS,
Powder Road,
St. Michael









EXPERIENCED OVERSEER, apply
Menager, Sandy Lane Factory, ie



MISCELLANEOUS

GOOD HOME for well-trained house
Dog, also Cat, (female). Apply Mrs. Read

Palm Beach, Hastings. Telephone 4157
21,2.50—2







ENGLISH WOMAN seeks furnished
mom with some cooking facilties. N
service needed. Moderate rent
Mrs, Bardon, Poste Restante, Bridge-
town. 21.2.60—2r

re
THANKS TO SYMPATHISER—! still
want little Pal.

For Sale-«Contd.





MISCELLANEOUS
nee

RUM — ‘
Bottles at 60c. each.
Ltd, Bay St.

Suckle’ in Pocket
Barbados Agencies

18, 2.50-—6n

Ful-Vue at $10.5)
each, and Films at 7 each. Barbados
a 18.2.50—fin

TOWELS—American, also face cloths
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...» Formerly ... .

lant. The dwelling house contains

he"~»oms on the top floor, drawing and

din z rooms and 3 bedrooms on the
second floor; kitchen and usual out
offices and several other rooms on the

ecround floor

Excellent..site for business, -

For further particulars apply to the
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The above will be set up for sale by
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February 1950 at 2 p.m

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HOUSE: Modern Bungalow, freeho'd
4,836 sq ft Fruit trees, Vegetables,
lovely garden, plenty of space for Chick-





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drawing and dining room (2)
kitchen, Water Toilet and Bath
Electric light Price $3000 each
Another stone wall Bungalow at Fit
Village St. James standing on % pf an
acre of land, House has open verandah
Drawing & Dining room (2) bedrooms
each with water. Kitchen W.C. & bath
Prices very attractive. For all parti-
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(2 rds.) Near Lears’ Plantation, St
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Lounge Dining room and Ultra Modern
Kitchen having built in Cupboards ond
numerous Electric light fittings through
out. Outside: Two car garage, tv
servants’ Quarters, I entirely
enclosed Possession immediate, £4,506
Apply: Ralph A. Beard, Hardwood Alley
Phone 4683 22.2.50—1n
DELIGHTFUL SMALL COUNTRY
WESIDENCE standing on a ‘4 Acre near
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MARISTOW—Standing on 16.000 sa. ft
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Timber, having Pine floors, on a ston

foundation consisting of Four bedrooms
two large Verwndar. large Kitchen, large
Dining room, etc. Qutside: Two-Car
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end Bath, Fowl houses, havine tw
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fu
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their properties not later
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BARBADOS REAL
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PAGE EIGHT



BID FOR

Barhados did not go back to
the wicket as Skipper Goddard
declared with his overnight score
stanaing 446 for 8 wickets, giving
the visicors 418 to make for vic-
tory. ;

rrecisely at 11.3C a.m. British
Guiana opened their second in-
nings with Bruce Pairaudeau and
Lesiia Wight, Frank King took
charze from the Pavilion end.
He bowled to Pairaudeau who
smashed his first delivery, a full
one to the cover boundary and
then on drove for three.

Neoei Lucas and Keith Walcott
substituted for Johnny Lucas
and “Boogles” Williams.

Eric Atkinson bowled from the
sereen end and sent down a
maiden to Pairaudeau, while
King’s next yielded a single te
point by Wight.

Wight turned the fifth from
Aiticingon to square leg for a brace
and then ‘played the other,

Paivaudeau singled to mid off off
King and Wight pushed to mid
on for an easy single.

Wight glancect Atkinson's sec-
ond to the fine leg boundary and
get a brace with a similar shot.
I next was a no ball which?
pulled to the long on boun-/!

b





He then took a single to¥ione from Walcott to Charlie Tay-

nid ‘on, off the fifth.
With the score at 23 Walcott
was brought on vice King at the

sctethsch teecinencianman tt LLL

KEENLY CONTEST

BARBADOS MAKE BOL

out

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATI





but did not manage to hold the
ball.

In Atkinson's next over Thomas
lost his wicket when he at-
tempted to drive, the ball edg.ng
the hat and going to Walcott av
second slips. He made no mis-

The total was now 102/2. Per- bg nt Be oe ve
saud had scored 29 including fours and he had batted 76 min-
four boundaries in 51 minutes. utes. The scere was now 222 for

Christiani joined Wight who § wickets and Walcott struck an
was 44. Hoad continued from the other quick b'ow for Barbadc:
Screen End and Christiani gave when he got Gibbs to snick a
a difficult catch to Keith Walcott gelivery behind the wicket for
at mid off before he had scored. wicket-keeper Wood to bring off
He eventually got a single. 4 good catch and dismiss the

Walcott’s next over yielded a patsman for 12 runs. The scor2
single to mid on by Christian. was unchan Skipper Came-
Christiani later took a souple of cho and Rollox now became ;s-
Hoad's next over with a hard ON- socjated and playing cautiously
drive. Walcott bowled a maiden the score crept along very s‘owlv.
to Wight. , It was 228 when Roy Marshali

Hoad'’s next over yielded thre€ who had come on from. the
singles, while Walcoit’s was 4 §oreen End got Camavno to mis-
maiden to Christiani. Wisht time one of his deliveries. The
square cut nae on ae bee ball struck the pads but a confi-
then cut one fror his SO in > cent. appeal was disallowed by
gully for three to get his 50 1 umpire Walcott.

VICTORY

but missed and had his off stump
knocked back.

cluding three boundaries in 12% ‘
minutes. Christiani cover drove Slowly
the next to the boundary to en

The score crepi along at a
slow pace—the batsmen taking no
chances, there being the evident
intention to draw the match. The
total was 248 when Kollox fac-
ing Marshall from the Pavilion
End made a full blooded drive
to N. 8S. Lueas fielding as a sub
at short cover. The ball struck
the fielder’s hands and jumped
out but he still grabbed it how-
ever, as he fell over and brought
the crowd to its feet. Eight wic-

ter double figures
With the score at 118 Weeke
was given the ball from the
Screen End. He bowled to Wight
and sent down a maiden
Christiani Out

British Guiana lost
yvicket when Christiani

another
pulled

at mid wicket and he was
for 10. The total was now
118 and MeWatt joined Wight and

lor

avilion end. He bowled to played out the remainder. .
Wight and the batsman singled Weekes’ next over yielded a a, ee Ths. gers
past the bowler off the last. single. Wight on drove Walcott} ! ein’ fs aie ‘Ser & End aad
King took over from the screen for a single and later McWatt mg his ro a © i aro ak
end, and Wight took a single to’ proke his duck with a push to 15 800 over, Gas

mi@-on, Pairaudeau cover drove ,mid on off this bowler and then
the fourth to the boundary and got the only

bowler
catch

to the
hold the

returned the next
but he failed to

Walcott’s next over yielded a Pavilion end to McWatt and the

tempting a big hit on the leg side
got struck with the ball and play

GOVERNOR

single off Weekes’
with a cover drive
now bowled from

next over

Hoad the



ee



was held up for about 2 minutes
Geskin Out
In King’s next over he gave
an easy catch to Roy Marshal: at
silly mid-on with the total at Rag
259. Trim was the last man in
and played the ‘ast ball of the
over and the last hall of the
match to bring it to a thrilling
draw, Camacho payed a Skip-
per’s innings and carried his bat
for 29 runs. Another tournament
had nassed into h'story

Clyde Walcott stole the powl-
ing honours for-the day taking
3 wickets for 46 runs. He sent
down 28 overs, 9 of these maid-
ens. Roy Marshall, King and At-
kinson took 2 each. Marsha I's
were for 29 runs ir 17 overs of
which 8 were maidens. King's
for 31 runs in 11 overs includ ng §
2. overs and Atkinson's for 43 5
runs in 10 overs of which 2 were ®

maidens.

BARBADOS—Ist Innings

BRITISH GUIANA—Ict Ionines
FPARBADOS—fnd Innings (for % ee.)

a 9
a”
446

BRITISt GCLANA—nd Innings
RP. Pairaudeau stpd. Wood (wk.) b
R. Marshall 37

L. Wight Lb.w., b King 58
R Christies x ‘Taylor b Wal 0 6 . 9 7 V
ristiani e Taylor yalcott 0
a = homie e ance b Atkinson a ° B lie , tre ‘a rri es
- omas ¢ alcott Atkinson 32 ¢ 4 x *
Pee ee. JAMAICA'S DERBY WINNER and A Class Champion in Trinidad
a Rollox ¢ Lucas (sub.) b R taken in his box as he landed on the wharf on Monday morning.
Ts. >
B McG "Gaskin ¢ R. Marshall b King : Blue Streak is favourite for the B.T.C. Stakes feature event at
» Bates bok tbs : oy ee neo a oe ee maica’s Der
rm “Blue Streak,” Jame 7
Total 250 by winner, arrived in the island



Monday
Challenger”

on
“Canadian

Fall of wickets: 1—49, 2—102, 3—118.
4—142, 5—203, 6-222, 7-222, 8-243, 9--259
BOWLING ANALYSIS






morning by
to par-

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the



Gy Se ew B B Cc R: di ticipate in the B. T. C. Spring
ee ee) cea wee. tek
5 C Hos a 3 78 3 Programme Tawil, a ‘popular business man
Pe eee Se See ne “ag tae!
E. D. Weekes 6 1 8 0 yee eae tee me ie can “Lae Pink” and “Swiss
\nglysis, 7.15 a.m, Listeners’ Choice, Roll’? which will also take part
PRESENTS jam dram tendon "Cupeios in’ the coming meet





8.10 a.m. Programme















ade These three horses are in the

30; f1,

single while King’s was a maden batsman took an easy single to a us Vos oe Werstiip, 8 30 p.m charge of Mr. Leo Williams, who
to Wight, Pairaudeau took the mid off. Wight singled ree 1 BRC Weld reine: is eh. oo down arrived on the same ship. Mr.
only single off Walcott’s next similar pS net aoa ee Analysis, 12.15 p.m. Music for Daneing. Williams is a well known race
ve with ff rive, hr y the slips to 1e bou é ai ‘ i Midweek Talk, 1.15 p.m. Radio pape — . j
e Fog ” oe he ° ae a through 4 od to square leg. His Excellency the Governor ing the prizes after such a short Noise IS) pm’ Export Jigsaw, horse trainer of Jamaica and
oad replaced King at the and the n = si Wresiees, 40 Mr. A. W. L. Savage and Mrs. notice s Tha Nowa. B10 Gea iis er Trinidad.
‘Tee . ' a sj 2 We rne eekes 5 . a ¥ 6 wi toi ® 15 . a Fle q “Ae ” “Qj
screen end and had four singles McWatt turned Weekes ier|Savage attended the final day's He also thanked the merchants {91 Srivain, 2,16 pm. Sports Review. “September Song” and ‘Silver
scored off his over ight took square leg a play of the Intercolonial Cricket of British Guiana and Barbados Peers, 4 p.m. The News, 4.19 Dullet” arrived the same day by

a sharp single off Walcott wide ,

: ete atar Wis t c
jouble figures and later Wight OM} net between Barbados and Brit-

of Charlie Taylor at square leg drove Hoad to the boundary and}io’ Guiana at Kensington yester-
and later Pairaudeau pushed to then singled to mid on McWa't Bay
mid off for another single. _ off drove the third for a single At the conclusion, the Governor
Pairaudeau struck 10 off Hoad’s and Wight played out the remaln-]e-anted prizes to the various
over including a pul] to the on der winners
boundary while Wight got At 137 King took over from} yy Pp Ac, Clairmonte, Senior
single with an on drive he Sereen End and had Wight Vice-President of the Barbados
Pairaudeau Out b.w. with his third delivery 10v] Cricket Association introduced the
Pairaudeau got q single to mid 58 including four boundaries ©!" Governor to the gathering. He said
on off Waleott and went down minutes . that Mr. Savage in the very short
to face Roy Marshall who cam The total 142/4. time he had been in the island,
on viee Hoad at the screen end. Thomas the batsman had taken a keen interest in the
He played the first but in attempt- Y the undary same and had come there at some



he WICcKé



ing to drive off the next missed an inconvenience to himself to pre-
and was nicely stumped by keeper irst ip és ; sent the prizes for which they
wicket keeper Wood. The tota MeWatt pull Hoad ‘ the were very grateful.

was 49 and his contribution was eg bounda a Sane BP. 28 rn 3efore presenting the prizes,
27 including three boundaries in 161 minutes. King’s next © the Governor said that it gave
53 minutes maiden to Thomas him great pleasure on behalf of

Persaud the incoming batsman
took a single to cover off the Last
to send up 50 after 55 minute
play. Persaud* took another of
Walcott’s over and then faced
maiden from Marshall. Wal-
cott also bowled a maiden
Wight @nd Marshal! sent dow’
another to Persaud.

Roy Marshall bowled from
the Pavilion Eni te MeWatt
and the batsman pulled the
first to the square leg bound.
ary and then took a couple to
mid on.

Goddard replaced King at
the Screen End and his over
yielded a single.

Barbados to thank both teams for
the tremendous amount of plea-
sure they had given them for the
last fortnight.

He only regretted thai he was
not here for the last four days as
he was away in Jamaica.

He however said that in British
Guiana they had 16 inches of rain
in December and January and if

Hoad bowled from the pavilion The total was then 171 anc
end to Wight who singled to mic sichnaed bowled to Thomas who it a a os - ee Awe
on and later Persaud cover drove lace cut for four. Atkinson bowl- pr doe gad meee .
to the boundary. ed to McWatt who cover drove Mr. C. 7 C. Bourne, the Man-
Wight edged the second ont a couple and later singled ..er of the British Guiana team
from Marshall through the slips ones ager the Britis ’

to the boundary and then played
out the remainder Persaud
singled to mid on off Hoad. *
Wight back drove for a _ single
and Persaud got another to extra
cover. ’
Marshall's over
a boundary past g
Wight*took a
off the first from Hoad and Per-
saud played out the remainder
Marshall sent down a maiden

Wight ‘(PW

yielded four,
ly by Persaud
le to rnid



on

got a boundary

to f«

Thomas theM thanked the Barbados Cricket As-
through the slips sociation for the excellent ar-
ff the last rangements made for his team at
MeWatt on drove Walcott’s sec- the guest house where they were
d to the boundary and two balls staying and for the practices

th a similar

ter drove to the left of mid om which the team badly needed.
another boundary, jget 8 behalf of thy Captain and
Atkinson’s next over ylelce” -embers of the team, he thanked

o singles including a beautiful i. umpires for the very satisfac-
juare cut by Thomas. MecWatt tory manner in which they had
took an easy single off Walcott’s performed their duties and the
urth to silly mid on and Thomas gceorers for the hard work they
layed out the remainder had done.

Hoad’s next over yielded fiwe Thomas made his score 20 with Each member of the team was
including a glance to fine leg fow cut to point for a couple and well entertained and they would
a couple by Persaud hen pulled the next to the all look back op this visit with

At 76. Goddard bowle ; nare leg boundary to send up happy memories. : F
the screer ry ete ne ont 6 nin ue : Md a 1 Mr. Joan Goddard, C 7a ¢
down a maiden. Persaud got a The tea interval was then taken the Barbados team, first an 0
boundary past point off Hoad’s .» Thomas 24 and the Governor for the keen inter-

first and then played out the rest
Wight took a single wide of mid
on off Goddard’s cver and then

th McWatt 46

est he had taken in local cricket
since his arrival and for present-

After Tea —$_——

got another to mid on off Hoad, On resumption Weekes bowled
while Persaud cover drove to the jfrom the Se reen End and each The Weather
boundary *. veda, cored a single. Walcott
The luncheon interval was thenfjpowied the new ball to Thomas TODAY
taken with the total at 86 Wight#from the Pavilion End and sent Sun Rises; 6.18 a.m.

was 35, Persaud 22

and Extras 2,
After Lunch

On resumption Goddard bowled

to Wight who vot > to mid

on and then ‘an

the



ovey shy

result af an
Walcott howled from the pa-
vilion end and sent down a
maiden to Wight. Persaud took

a single off Godard to point and

later Wight pulled one to the
long on boundary.

Persaud singled with an Qn
drive off Hoad who replaced
Goddard at the screen end and

later got a boundary off Walcott
with a beautiful cover drive to
send up 100 in 105 minutes. Per-
saud played forward to the next,

a

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jown a maiden, Sun Sets: 6.10 p.m.

Atkinson bowled in place of Moon (Last Quarter) Febru-
Weekes to McWatt. The batsman ary 24
played forward to the first de- Lighting : 6.30 p.m.
livery but the ball touched the High Water: 6.41 a.m., 7.05
edge of the bat and went into the p.m.

hands of Clyde Walcott at fine YESTERDAY

slips. MeWatt had scored 47 runs
including 5 fours and was at the
wicket for 85 minutes. The score
board now read 203—5—47
Gibbs was next to the wicket

Rainfall (Codrington) nil
Total for Month to yester-
day : 1,08 ins.
Temperature (Max.) 84.0° F
Temperature (Min.) 68.5°F

and opened his account with a Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E.

single off the next ball. (3 p.m.) E. by N.
Walcott continued from the Wind Velocity: 8 miles per

Pavilion End and got Thomas to hour

play an inswinger to Atkinson at Barometer (9 a.m.) 30.032

fine leg. Atkingon fell in a
valiant effort to take a low cateh

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for the gifts they had donated to the “Challenger”.

the lucky winners. He said that

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he was quite sure that the last Mut 3. Pm. Frosran ree »y Mr. Alexander Chin of Brit-
game of the series had provided Jock Scott, 5.45 p.m. Mo sh Guiana who is a prominent
them with some very entertaining Quartet, 6 p.m. Double Bill, 7 urfite of the South Caribbean.| %
cricket, gies Nee ee ect 18 pn Britis . Mr. Chin’s horse was trained|%

He next paid tribute to the Maeiderpieces, 7.45 p.m. Kay on the Key by Mr. Henry Hart of Trinidad.| ¢
felding of the visitore which he & p.m. Radio Newarcel, 0.15 pm. Mov

- from Grand otel, 9 p.m } New
thought was very excellent and 4") p.m. Home News from Britain, 3.1) (= aaa
added that it was difficult to keep Midweek Talk, 9.80 p.m. I Mea
up a good standard of fielding Peers. 10 p.m. Land and Livestock, 10. : (
after a big score had been put up. ?,â„¢". Olga Krasnik, 10.08 p.m. Colonia I i. i
The visitors however had never as NOTICE
slackened off and that was a great ene | |
achievement for them. }
% Co. for good bowling performance tc { ‘
LIST OF PRIZES: Roasles” Williams \ Owing to the arrival of a
at -resen

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herd & Co. Lid. tor Hishost Score in ““pat—Presented by Messrs. Johnson & | })
first match to Everton Weekes. Radian for good all-rounc a lane “anc 7

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H %  il % %  r il 11 FrbruarT 22 1950. Barons ^iuncate Prirf: IVL I E.\TS 1 ia r . 3. B.G. DRAW 2ND TEST BY SLIM MARGIN World Sugar Talk Postponed: No Facts (Fnii" Our Own Correspondent) LONDON. Pi h I iTIlEMKWixi:.., :„:.,„,„ | t Sus..r lomicil. irnwl („ r oral ... ,. peed. '" lo h • | -roof il %  III u r %  nielli with I III' Wen ,. : %  :.. n *•> %  her n iremani. ,,n the mt.m.i,,,,,.,! ri, u> „il| unknown. feiiipurarllji ihon |he nihcominllll MM—on whicli in begin discu &f A well-informed inn. n H I £2 i W'll I i ug,r "V*" here told m e t 0 -da\ B.vt JJ5.A. W ill A :^ d ,h f i •" a i.w i Turned down the Food Ministry offer UM l:„ f^ K'l" d ""I """""•' Si g*> lla %  %  "uligaiion in buy lom '''" I on the baals „r ,he offer made m other likely lo regard the West Indian rejection a lering Ihe Follow Ruling Of Sugar Talks GRENADA. Feb. 21. I Whfthcr Great Britain Bran's sfcaf ai -i result of the talks [jprninr here mi Thursda Eg or r.ot, the people B could not care lea KM flu since Sunday when tho |*Skiu r : M-" %  %  sting itf carnival for the peoIplaof Si George's, and the Mtbe "Santa Marl | dail#improvised cabarets. Half an hour Jifter Bustamante* ajtni i' lampadou %  Il came to sell him a Hal he was sinking .1 lar by m> [WMrint u' "oH net ion '' ultimate*" ihl %  hould h< ne•M OaMa) B.H. May Take Grievances Before UJ\. 20.000 Metal Workers Idle IN PARIS PARIS. Fob 21 About 10.00(1 adj stopped work this morning baft n the Paris metal indus,_ 1 Spanish Mmis| il 11. A Cuke %  p Si mm delc| a the %  ..-:. to attend, when I opens %  n Thursday In the 100 lliurtrt:. 1 Ugtsi P-OeorKr%  ( •. 1 ach..ni %  %  fcvary. Spi akei De ^ %  Mad's Legislative AssemU. brn,.!..i -,-. K:'l %  a* Le.itii it pjjto impressnui.about words: ^^Hostible U. pieu 1 as ot •'.. I a certain .' \V l.S.A ItoUow whatever ruling gov^ %  IBn % %  I M>IBI be unaniniuus. —B> t Italian Chief Sr> Brazil's Minister L^ ROM! Feb. 21. i"') AmbassaDon Caj u presented to-day %  or was reft "New dispatch stated toMexico Citv York Timei THis assailant, a Cuban riUaaaj, Oabriel Fleita-. who fought with the Republican army during th*. Spanish Civil War. was aid to have ucki; Motive*, tin.dlsoatcb added. Gullostra had I nj Bpsuo "i %  .;. Renter U.K. Will Spit "Sociadist Tntoh" From Us Mouth Sftyfl Chiinliill Mi Winston Churchill said 11 |, n ir ,. "I look forward to Thu: %  -laihand indiKnfaiion and contemi nation wUl -gpit the umuth rOravar." in 1.1 aaaaMtuatica Woodford. Ewx—Brit... I than ti< %  :hat apart fl %  %  %  %  Churchill was appaii lernng lo %  induigin,' responsible vnl. England could render to i;t r leu 1. %  eiU AttWe'a MMunuirMiM „. state 1 ( insolvents —R-litri Tories Move No ('Onfidenre Vote IN CANADA OTTAWA. Feb 21. %  an Uberal til is entangle, t 111 > sHrm which has blown up part I v DVei anU-apy measures. uemer George Drew, who elaims that %  oqage and oth. Ities "i Ci.inmunists in Canada" are inadequate, rus moved a motion of no confidence in the Government. The Government woul 1 resign if the m..ti ad !>rew also said the Government had not taken adequate meai 1 markets for Canada's SUT| to ot ..1 with increased lent Krn.er LBS* it a Itt, I %  to' it would mink I pa !> %  —Reuur. 6 FARMERS IMPRISONED PRAGUE, Feb. 21. of land, were sen. 1 months' %  i..ed of having et full "quota of %  I for not planting acreage, decided by rhetf land seated, and I 1 ights of citizenship. Vdums Leaves For Grenudu Mi Giantiey Adams, M.C.P.. left the island vesterda> by B W I A foi (Jrenada via Trlnidad Mr Adams has gone to take be Sugar Confi P H S|>anish Officers Visit U. S. Buns WIKSI1ADEN. Feb 21. Kith: Bpanieh army and au> 1 live day tour of American army and airforcc bases in European command to study weapons and training methods, inspected the First Infantr) JJ11ision at Bad Toeut, Southern Bavaria, today. The S(. u .a their own PI iiuaat, arnvi d In WlaabeDd l iK-'iit the day talking with An l Hrioelberg. They will also visit aircraft battalion l(orc returmng. —Eeuter. Intlom-situis Going To MoHcmc DJAKARTA, Feb. 21 Indonesia has informed Russia it is sending a delegation to MOSCOW to open diplomatic relation*. %  inounced here todav Mohamed Hatta, Pn Foreign Minister, recently reI wet Foreign Minister Vyablnah 1 Uva to us or are shall send ours to you. We asnwon our part in either way.*' Russia n the United Btatos of It January 2S. neuter Pope's Present Stolen MUNICH. Feb 21 Two boxes of ctunawart ordered by former Na*l Fon ister J. Von Ribbentrop as a present for the Pope in 1944 have been stolen, police here reported to-day. The two table at more than 10.000 marks each were stored at a China factory after the swift advance of allied troops nrai 1 tj of the present. Each 306 pieces —Heater. Lawyers, Doctors Mwl Strike Too PARIS, Feb 21. mlc front, u hich .sent 10,000,000 middle for tomorrow la put up the shutters for four hourstop conducting cases for an hour, and docttn ,-ultations for an hour in an effort to secure I icform the nationalised Industries I CHURCHILL%PAlNTlNGS ON CHRISTMAS CARDS TOMC, Feb II, Winston Churchill's painting* %  ang to appear on An Christmas cards next December. ..-rbado. Test. Th* Hallmark Greeting any said on Monday ; arranged to use 18 Hallmark executive.-Xft d it has Dunish Metal Workers Will Strjke COPENHAGEN, Feb. 21. Danish Metal Workers todaN handed in final Stak e which may tiiwi.. over half a rnassstt eighth of Denmark's pi % %  Th.' aaBttaJ I fnwtUatlon Board have so far been able In Bfing about agreement .mly on minor points. Kruler Ten Questions ASMARA. The Unit Coiiunis MOD enquiring into the futuie ul Britrea is putting 10 question* on matters ranging from territory to the BriUsh AdminlfctratKMl. The Commission, composed of representative! of Norway. Pakiitan, South Africa, Guatemala and Burma, decided yea meet in publu dealing with certain points. The Commission, which wa appointed by the United Nations last November, Is to make proposals for the dupo*-. Red Sea former Itafliai. Eritrea has been under British administration since is tptun earlv in the last war -Rruler. Bieren Ask \\eri \( %  •! call'." l0 *• su| e Ueparlmmi to..... The Dopuly Auulant SeeMale lo, bim rnompMn "im thai the Uhlted >d withdraw I %  s tnm lluliana •11 tnt Unilnl Male* In "'"' iimmoii .111 ; .nuar, 1. ly 3U Il„. BuWlaii ent iieiiiaiided ihe IIII: llonald Minister, who was del. nout nun |nia" leeutw .., r.-a(ea K. Solla er 16. tu were formall, broken DMd Ihe in. I,. (1 .mail Ki.i,.| L i, I IM Time 1 llna ihe Uniten A. ihe ..i^l M Ko-wv lail Ue%  ul II .Il 11. two interview! in l47 M, llealh had lold Koalov in ,,,% %  nil thnv. Mr. Heath ilemnl these slate* %  ...ei Sute llepa.tIn Solia in Ihe %  %  which have i. %  .ion to pei tm in ,i, linn, m.itic 1 niiaulai tuiiilioni. Two of 1 < 1 had died after being malt others hail % % %  III. Visitors Crumble After Easy Start CLYDE WALCOTT TAKES BOW LING HONOLRS .it* O. S. QOaWfN) BRITISH GUIANA yesterday, with but a single wicket between them and outright defeat, held Barbados to a draw in the second Barbados British Guiana Test which ended at Kensington Oval. British Guiana therefore took the honours in the Test having led Barbados in the first innings. Set 417 runs to mabj real liiiush Oulana h | ,t close of 1 .dilated at bewudeetog rau ^>>terday. At .t bout attempting to i> *al Of 417 on .. %  -i". thai gave the I itful assistance time and again, would %  try lame ilt* 1 oettbla Aact Itarbaaoe was yesterday ejfhOUl their slock slow spin boivii : i,.s" Wll1 could not take the field of .in inju and !'in winning were funhei dep reci a ted atneo li to take %  ver-nlght scon %  ( 4i. foi 8 rg I %  1 iwumen Uru. e Pairaudaau and minutes t %  24 runs befog CLYIli: V\ Alt ill I I %  'tT an oil Roy Mai shall 'hough not ahead of the lock kept very close behind and 100 was hoisted after 10ft minutes 4 piai Two More Two in (oil before 'he third Aft) could bo made and it was at 142 that Andy McWatt %  %  %  %  ;> that ear, Ml the 150 mark •fief 161 ninutcK of play and l*st the double century in %  Tettsaw^^ f. itea During his slay at the ii nve iMHindariea. Thomas played n sound innings ; for 32 in an hour and sixteen 1 minute* and made a single mistake in bis innings when he gave ;' difnculi Mkinson at %  %  w. Icoti ..t :M Itut with the ti.smissal of McWatt. Haibados had a spell oi -nceess that ilmost tume-i the Roth Thomas and (Jlbb* were returned t< n with the % % %  :i (or '."22 and But) I stiu IB& rung i" hi %  1 I U] iiiil put on "' 1 Hnokie" il ill) mld-ost, delding %  Lucas. It iva .1 :nve by Rol%  11 led Its •light in a magnificent effort and then fell backwards but still held on to the IMendina Camachu still defended stubbornly but 11 Mauled well placed cover drivas and neat iivcea, Gaakin who turned him was not rornfortable to King who now deu*d and CNUUll v : the match. Me hit t. ask in with a -i great pace and next Un to put up an easy catch off anotbi I > Rov Marshall at HUj n ld~oa lie had %  urtt laat man in, had but to I>la\ a single ball (r. 1 Muni Barbados bowling attack yeeterds arrlad i>fT the IxjwUng honours lo eomam '.'B overs and I th.' best flgut. .( 8 Mr ffj&en o///y //,< fojt //,/$ r/o Egypt Wants Removal Of British Troops • \IIUi Frb 21. 'if submitling her ret, late her troops to saUon in recent months and n .,i ^t^nrf ti ~-md vi„r\ n ' le „ r Mfhnimed Salei, utan old reporters here today. 1 at Egypt would to press for tm Valley, and means towards %  her national asplratioi —Keuler ui the second World Health Assembly in Rome last summer. Kruter 8 Killed, 40 Wounded By Hand Grenades ASMARA. Feb. 21 Eight people were killed, and forty wounded when hand grenades wan funera procession at Ambas Ho, M) miltAmerican troops were rushed Poo,. iaajter. Prisoners Return Home: Patltetic Scene In Italy ^ ITALY, rcb 2\ Crying mothers, waving tattered, yellowing photographs of their menfolks. to-da> round the train which uroughl back the first group of Italian prisoners from Russia. Aboard the train were M men. all of them from Italian Tyrol They had arrived fro: the first of several groups of Italian prisoners the Russia 1) agreed to send home. The Itajisns believe that several thouMnds of thtir men are still in the hands of the Russian* though %  figure has ever been lahbali nl. %  Un* of the wives and mothers ti tfeeae t rcpatnatea. As the soldiers >re suitcases and dressed In rough khaki clothes, left the train, they were beeteged bv the •fas. Several of the women recognlaed sons and husbands and embraced them with .yarsi.' othen the n %  r orify hud m. such coriaolatlo:i l^ug jft.-r the men heir WJ. homes, several women ing on the platform Each tried to gleen inl on her own son or husband from th. .-her Broeaaa*! lettsa Many of the women h 'low th-ir photographs to all men folk —Renter. I .& Musi Hrudjnsl Keoiiomie Policies WASHINGTON. Feb. 21 ted State, S. %  Dean Acheeoi day that readjust %  pulicie. would be naaaaaar> t,, i.. i-y wluc.i Russia was pursuing "with etllci,%  ocaflgsaai •easssVaV Mustard Cos Responsible, Not Atom Bomb i. HE A former American respondent heru claimed that th. 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77 Ipg| M m'. KKBKl \li\ 22. IMP r SPIES SENTENCED: 2 CONDEMNED TO DIE Accused Appeals i BUDAPKST, Feb. 21. LiRcrlean bu-,:# x H(e and saboUge here lodiiv '' British buStnceKen to 13 yens. %  Rubber ^COMMONWEALTH MADRAS : | lit ill.--: the Com 11 by win.iitiff •incoi* in i iiininiiK f won with only eleven par*, scores wei .iikl 247. iMUfl for 7 *'Kei* 3|| .^, i..,., ,riMIUV.fc jeler. both Hungarian. ,. j KuUty M econonu. Keleman Don n Just, also UoMriant, "eh tot ;cn ., Fory, the Hungarian woman ce%  confiscation or property it. ir„ .gary oi Vogelei IMU nvolriBB -( %  : .lien sentences. Hirtd ftiul match here lo-uu.v All seven prJgOMl ....*.: %  % %  Wftr at the Ihi n otrore the same Judge wbi tenced Cardinal MindThe President announced sentences in the name ol the Hunrjan People, Repui.u Tfce defendant fully. President OH-, th. document detailing Ilk *-">g at the ve:,: Me uid ihe guilt of the aoeuH nad been provea by their own testimony, by documentary evidence and by witness** Defence attorney! appealed tujalnsi the senteneos on behalf wMuum imi a" ovi accused in the mam iff Hay Smith.! trial here President Orly. tald ihe appeal* would be referred to the Supreme Court He asked the pro***•<;;,., f he accepted the sentences Gyarl Alpl said he accepted the rteatn sentences but felt th ;i t the sentences against the oth, eused, were not severe enough —Eeuter ily 35 mm TV %  * a* *Xl for • K %  : L M win with seven w toll, appeal %  : I.. Arable vutory. but in for^f pace they tost four wlckfbtapiv iftei vno inlerval %  a : wickets down All. who wai unable to Hat this morning owing In j^ljrM Bag) : %  %  % %  '! <> bat ^end made the winning hit Ljrfarv oriveofT Hay Smith. Hjggr all-rounder. Mushtaq fagi Injured when trying 1.Vrtiitiiir Trad.' Problem ole range of trade probivo eroMM • ot 1-atin-Ameriean ufTj Ji WOJ then third riiectiug mice Miller, win. [i tourtnf South %  ... The meeting lasted 3 hi %  ester Haa, Argentine Ambusudo. to th^ United who return* bit puip. t. %  i %  Bxecnnf Uepartnie? %  om> rued by Am-j bassadoi Stanton Grims. and ottie-I liruler. ITCHING INFLAMED SKIN ED! COIMC DOWN SIM f 5.000 PRISONERS PARDONED b 2i. About \0O0 prisoners under | %  pottal Hi %  %  announced to-dtj—Kruter. Ibqrgjmu % %  >!•. Ihe Oio. •pcedily devaloei %  ptaiptn sad open wtti -J... l h—Mwdi o* iftn wrtimvta" pWvtJ ib ihe ii nothing nor* -unm TIUW* ihanDDP r *n inuai k#,id >Mlrr *M pt>M i" UN will r* hBOOfl DJ3 n rV oOeatMblc ii a atom iXiirieMfou | F.B.Armtr : :tOv WIU l8X ADe W4/1V4A/ HONG KONG. Feh. 21 Chinese sources in Hainar island. „rT the south coSt ,,' •nina and Taiwan said toniehi communist preparations that invade Hainan were boUovS to oe complete, and an attempt could be expected early in March -Renter. Commonwealth with J tangs lead of 11 run., %  to 113) were out for 247 in Ivcood inning _piting a thrilling day's \ more than 30.000 peopfcB t in the Stadium and it Jl disappointment when | All did not resume Ids Hnapirtd that he had frac* \l Itafer of his right hand Harare Joined Umrigar Zj was resumed. ticket was taking spin and n called on Worrel. Tribe Iturice. Only three of the n before lunch were rJT Pitzmaurice. • mistimed a drive off the JR ball lie received from R*it Tribe, at third man, la fairly easy catch. The batsmen fortable but they punlahed any., thing sftort of a length ... ded 93 runs in the tw, belore lunch Fltrjnaurice opened I after lunch and toon boat and bowled Umrigor who fours In his 59 which occupied HOI", minutes Ha/aie and Umstga had engogecl in a century ttalKl with Harare doing most" of the scoring and he continued in thl vein when joined by 1'hadkar. Ilazare took the total past 20l m i!6.') minutes when the new ball was taken by Fitzmaurice and Freer. :ried to pull Freer but missed and wai given out l.b \20 minutes before tea md Adhikari and Phadkar plaved safely to lhat interval when India needed 35 runs with only three wickets down. $2,925,000,000 For Marshall UdNationa WASHIN(,TI).\ P| Paul G ll uaoawoaal CoraUtt* ilurlng II„. ,1,,,,! ,,.. MtlflUf UW.000 (rimi ['„M ;lr ( ul J05 t !" 000 .',41*0.000. 1Mb 121.060.000, Nclhcrland) • :,.. ,„,,, J 142.800-1 N 500.000. s, %  O00. Trie; W.200,(K)o —Krillfr. FREIGHTER WRECKED BUENOS AH l The S47-I %  day off the ooast of ship's propellor Off the p,,rt at 1CP1 In Jail For Killing Bull •'rought U %  %  him off to %  I Trinidad Was En Fete: Busta Attended Ball I IS.irl.i.!,,. \,l,„, .,1,. I ,.trc.|i„ii,l,nl) POH j] I '•'' %  ' Tinl lealh of n cllf CARNIVAL WITHOUT DRINKS II is • %  %  / 'iKtu. and ;nght. On U %  .11 %  %  'ime. W:%  ol the 1 -(CP> ^PRESCRIPTION ..Huni*'"" •* 41 10. ^* AN |FROMO| *A) HOSPITU. Madame < hi.... Kai-Shek, wife ibospiUl, meeU a Hounded Nationalist soldier. It waa her (irai public ..pneur*nef % % %  ioce returning from the I S.A. She met more than 6M aattenu.— 1 %  : rpreia "Donkey" Shoot* "Monkey 9 %  %  %  %  ad —Heater. %  enjoyrt i %  i" 'irenada lo held in %  rrtlea. DM persons wlm i adln| poit• i Lehed n continuous %  gtean .f masqu-1.1 dance on th " r Theri riainndi %  t mi tn %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  idniaht %  .ltd tire I I 1 % % % %  vear — (Bv I tMt.l i> frrl'ul NORSC PARLIA:: %  %  %  ft Anns Aid i bat* IMJni jujt ovr 2 I "s— Kralrr. t Ladies' Cotton Panties Mil'. |l-r |i.in. 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PAGE FOLK Till BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNES DAY, FEBRUARY ———.— a n, BARBADOS Pubttobwd by Tth. Adn AD^O&TE IU Co. M*. •*. Broad ft, %  rt**Hl Wednesday. February 2L. 1950 I nfoi iunalr Inriden.* IT IS singularly unfortunate that the British Government did not find it convenient to grant the request ol the people of British Honduras for further consideration of their case against devaluation of their dollar. The almost blunt refusal coupled with the sophistry that restoration of the dollar would be a disservice to British Honduras is bound to have unpleasant repercussions. Thenare circumstances which might have justifiably led the people of that colony to believe that their plea for release from the economic stranglehold would have been mofc closely examined. It cannot be unknown to the Secretary of State for the Colonies that several individuals have publicly complained of the hardships created by the change in financial policy Within recent weeks the Bishop Designate of Trinidad, who was formerly Sishop of Honduras, gave an insight into •.he conditions which had arisen as a result of the devaluation. The limited opportunity for agricultural pursuits and the almost total lack of industrialisation form now a combination which hampers the economy of Honduras. The Evans Report which is still fresh in the minds of those who take any interest in West Indian affairs, might well be regarded as the basis of any hope which f British Honduras entertained. Already the people of that colony have shown that their patriotism and loyalty have been strained to the utmost and they have been guilty of some excesses which are not likely to have otherwise occurred. Such apparent antagonism to British rule in the colonies is not consistent with the professed loyalty and affection for the British Throne by the people of Honduras, but at a moment of stress and severe :ri a small population with limited has forgotten all but its own well-being. It is true that they tried constitutional methods which have failed and they have WJl tH l t" the less admirable methods. Il is to be hoped that whether the Tories or the Labourites come to power in Great Britain within the next few days, the Government will find some means of avoiding an open breach with a hitherto loyal OH of the West Indian peoples. II.It.II. PriiM-f** Alice liitttallrd A* University i olleje Chancellor BENEATH BLUE MOUNTAIN PEAKS CONDUCT ON 'BUSES A CORRESPONDENT in a recent issue of this newspaper draws public attention to the conduct on 'buses and suggests that it (houM Ml l allowed. This is not the first llBM that such conduct has been denounced in public print. Some time ago passengers on the Kontabelle route had reason to comnular conduct and this was quickly remedied. Il will be realised that more people travel than any other form of conveyance. In addition ii> this, children going to and (roan Khool IN nol always on the School 'Bus; this mi .ins thai tliey have to travel but. It is most undesirptopla with no regard for public decency should be allowed to offend ratpacttble ptopU who must travel by the In the old days of the Tram Car there was provision in the law for the prosecution of who misconducted themselves on publi. I a. It could hardly be that this has been overlooked in the drafting of new regulations in recent years li !,,.. .,. la Stoat instances of public nuisances II is the duly of the public to call ittenUon of the Police to such behaviour as it is not possible for them to be n( at all these cases. One remedy WOaM be to look lor Ihe conductor's numh, i whan he fails to put a stop to this beour and report the matter to the Highway! and Transport Board. If connaires keep employees who encourage misconduct, then it is up to them to pay the penalty. Ol II III All! IIS SAY. MEDIAEVAL PAGEANTRY vulture the Extra-Mural Department, each Non~ who saw it will ever forget Crow, the Jamaican the extraordinary beaut, and imwheels ceaselessly on his powerfrom a separate Caribbean Colony, prcss.vencss of ihe ceremony lul wing., during the morning which look place on the tableand afternoon before the cerelands ot Mona on the afternoon more/. A downpour would havo of Thursday January 16th, urban spelled ruin to Ihe ceremony. The Following Ihe stalf ot the Unlit R H Princess Alice, Countess great crowds could not possibly varsity College came a long array of Athlone was installed as have been accommodated in any ot distinguished guests Irom the Chancellor of the University Colone of the existing buildings of Universities of the world, as weU lege of the West Indies in a the University in the event of a as other figures pageant of colour against the downpour Many must have First came a figure familiar to might" background of the Jathought of Dr Taylor and his asBarbados. Canon Wippell. as remalean mountains. The historic slitants with real .ympathy while preaeroative of Codnngton Co !" d"on Tedignity and grarain was actually falling at one lege. the oldest institution of Untc !" us charn, of the Old World o clock in the afternoon^ It coasverty rtatu, ,„ the West Ind e* were caught and fused with the ed; and during she next two hours With him was Mr II J fate. Use briLn? Re. and contrasts, the the cars pasecd in stream which P"^' "'^.'XV tl^n r?! became an inspiration. versity ate. jo lh( Colon ,„ an(l he Unlv „. Some ot the great crowd -if Punctually at twenty minute. „,„„ Bureau of the British Emfour thousand people who attendPft four the Governor of Jamaica plre Th representatives of the ed had witniwed many cereand Lad* Hoggins arrived, and Br i,i, h and foreign Distinguished Academic Guests New Charter For Indians Hy D'Arry O"llonmll OTTAWA, (By Mail), A new bill of rights for Canada's 135,000, red Indians likely will be presented to' Parliament at the session opening Feb. 16. The bill, providing for an almost complete I rewrite of the Indian Act, has been in the| hands of legal experts of the justice department for more than six months. It is anticipated the experts will complete their work in time for the legislation to be presented at the coming session. They have been trying to put into legal form many of ihe recommendations of a joint committee ol the Senate and the Commons which studied the plight of the Indian in 1946, 1947 and 1948. Some of the recommendations dealing with improved health services and educational facilities for Indians have already been acted upon by the government. But some of the most contentious problems have remained unchanged. The committee heard suggestions that the Indians should be given full citizenship, including the right to vote. But most representatives of Indian bands showed little interest in enfranchisement. They regarded it IOUS in., i...u.......-..-.., hr colonial secretary oi Jamaica „,„ vice-Chanceilor of the unll ltre5 !" J_ !" TT|~ k ,um „f .heir and women taking part, inrl „,„,, representatives ol advers j t y of London and Sir Rayas something which would rob tnem oi men g University Arnon fi'Hl 1 .*".* !" ond Priestley, Vice-ChanceJJor uealy privileges. The Indians told the committee they wanted more schools and hospitals, non-denominational education and repeal of the present prohibition against the purchase of liquor by Indians. They had other grievances. They protested iainst encroachment of whites on Indian ittraw, limitations imposed by provin„, i cial governments on hunting and trapping ganlred by European dictators „,.,,. 00 wta oat clear of the peaks Athlone. robed as Chancellor or „„_,., l „„.,, tribal funds unThere was somolhir,* Install background the, University of London An rights, lack of control over tribal tunas, un greater in Ihe re.tn.int and dig, .,,,„ grandeur as undergraduate carriedI hu train, nltv of this pte ''I behind him *;'""'" Ihe Maceu 'the Mona ,.'. on bearer Finally. Mr. I Mfflerwas in It. too. Ihe verve rid and lock. £•*• %  „ the £3.—""IS; eperev Of TOUth, I .' •• unbroken scarlet, formed by the and Mr. Hugh Springer, me Rasp .'.'ii. < uiit.i In i v> .i ,f**Z British and Foreign Vnkmtttlm and otheruise, th crowd row to LMf f* while passed next, in a bright array of the Military Band, in lately doctoral robes. their picturesque uniforms of red Those represented were the ..nrl blue, played the National AnUniversity College of Ibadan. Nl:hcm Sir John and Lady Huggeria, the University of Otago, their seats among the New Zealand, Howard University. Not far from them were Washington, the Universities of .ency the GovChicago. London, Durham, Harernor <>f Barbados and Lady yard. Cambridge, and Oxford. Savage Th.Acting Governor of After these followed a stately Mr P. M. Renison. was group of University officers of the •her with highest grades. Dr. Lilian Pen! Secretary of Jamaica ^^ Vice-Chancellor of the UnlFor TO-DAT Usually I.X.L. AUSTRALIAN RASPBERRY JAM, 24-OJ. tins HEINZ VEG. SALAD, large tin.. HKINZ VEG. SALAD, small tin Tins BROOKES APRICOTS, 30-oz. tin H 4 25 SI 4 Ol O.VVMIt S I Oll| N monies, academi in their time. Some Of UMBft, perhaps, went there expectu.; little more than the lad. and uninspiring platitudes wh.li often mark such occasions. But this Installation was something utt<'rl.v ttUfawnt fn-ni tj Cynicism was speti i defeated in the presence .! ritual which was a n was obvious that the distinguished met ituludi %  Hd Vice-Chancellors. sch-<' Mi W W. Reece. of lne university of Birmingham. and academic representative-; K t on behalf of the Barbadian came flrst; behind them walked from many parts of the WO :. Distinguished Mr p c j ameSi ihe Principal of Colonial Governors. Bishops ;in, ., fatf 7 tTwnt* Ps^hotogy, and Dr. J. H. Pmry, compared it with the pomp and pets announced the arrival of the Professor of History, escorted the glamour of the mass meetin E s Principal's Procession. The clouds next guest of honour-the Earl of j g 0vernrne nts on hunting and trapping jf ga*etv In th#' %  ''V gowns of the seventy undergraduand stimulating speeches %  colour adopted in honour II n u ri! % % % % %  .\lir.f the am lent Scottish University ll.H.ii. i rincess nun ,.,,..,. p, mc i pa [ Chancellor played so large u part in the It is no man Sannal comphfounding of om Unlvtratty Colriu-nt to say that Princess Alice lege. Watching thoas young men has won all hearts on this occaand women .idvancing with a dig— sion. It is usual of course, to nity which revealed their conf* 1 0 the ," ^fnrt i wr.t. ... flatU-ring terms of Roy*& p„de in the occasion, one lowed b> 1 n m ^The ally, and this is no doubt Oft 'ded of Sir James Bar^/,* ( .* a ,, h p P r 0r .s s io n done in a spirit of loyally at M much as of Sincerit) But i ,1 Addresses ever P^" 1 !*f"^JJ "^^„ C xbttary is necsssarj i h he delivered to ***Fl£i>WMW^S**' Process Alice. Th. ScfffitVSSIof pleasure and warm ; fl 22. "ght on vu irj," i t lhe which Her Royal H.,! '^nceHor According to the Royal shown in the fill : g*J£g* ,, gjlj charter of January 5th. 1949. He quite unmistakeable. and II Uu n calle. whil. %  v following words in %  qualified teachers, dilapidated schools, and assignment of tribes to unproductive lands. Many of the tribes complained that the government had failed to live up to longstanding treaties. The committee studied the representations and recommended the integration of the administration of Indian affairs under one minister. It also recommended civil service preference for Ihdians in their own administration and "immediate" establishment o! new hospitals and nursing stations in the north. On a controversial church-versus-slale education problem, the government officials offered a compromise. Under the present system, residential schools are administered by churches. The officials propod that the department eatabliah day schools on lands where residential schools now arc administered. The new schools would be run on a non-ajctarian basis by teachers who would be members of the Civil service. The schools would be similar to day schools m operated by the government on many of the Dominion's 2.300 reservations. The government has not yet indicated whether it is prepared to accept the suggestions of the officials—(CP.) \\ liai's onTodaj | Au.u' the island among At the Installation Her I Tutors of Highness wona white dress. ** over which was a black gossamar connisted in the robing of the Princess in the black and gold of her new position as ChaneeUoi if i, M placed the I flat soft hat on her head, ai justed it with in or three verj graceful movements, the •fleet being very digmfted and charming Anxious (....un-.. at the ^ There were manv nerl eyes searching the clouds rcstinu on the mountains, where John Mi i line. lumber ol < om saarea it '-'.a* p.m. Polke Band ( onrert, MrnUl HuHpiUl at 4.0* p.m. Muhllr t in.nu. SI. Mark's School faslure. St Philip at 7.3a p.m. I Alice, Princess of Grea* Countess of Athlone. that with the help of God ,1 0am f-iUil the duties Dor In accordance with tea of the I College of the West Indies, and will loyally uphold and maintain I gi and rights of the will endeavour to promote the great purposes for which it has been ad, the advancement f knowledge, the dWfusfon and ex•ension of arU, sen tin Pair i l.Vi;il\>IK.M H.XS t.OI NOW III III LORD SALISBURY, Conservative* Party leader in the House of Lords, said in a speech at Nottingham last night that in five years ul woikiiii;. through the United Nations, the British Government has got nowhere. He therefore found the Government's opposition to the Winston Churchill plan for a new approach to Russia rather shocking. Lord Salisbury said that he agreed with Mr. Attlee and Mr. Bevin that Britain must | ite lor peace through the United Nations and the Atlantic Pact. "But surely that does not nil* out the possibility ol other approaches with the ibJOCt,* 1 he said. Before the war—as Viscount Cranbourne —Lord Salisbury was Under Secretary to Mr. Anthony Eden, then Foreign Minister [ in the Chamberlain Government. He joined %  i wnen he resigned in 1938 as a protest against the Government's appeasement policy. To Tlir Keillor Tlir Adrocalr. ll-IIYuvv Offices in flitCivil t:tabliliiiict number ot peoulo who could datl pisWtd cither IB British Guiana „,„ holcK .....d or Jamaica, it would give good bj the legislature or are provi.lcj Junior .-.jtute. Wood "TOO had been elected as U" h0, c ,', s _, l "' n SIR,—Within the last few years u/hen the annual Estimates art Is a seed or ft uvc been several changes bclnt prepared a. they are at Bit abolition I tour ol dot KtM ' "'JIlS pretent th,:. I the Held or Wood was island. Among the office? addeo lm I^ggijultura tvlM OM JUO indisposed. Anyway it is ''• meet tor the specific purpose ol mitted that Bat I :ood enough I UMPIBI ( riikrl PrMfjatofaoiu work o( the government were that ma |,tng the neceMary adjust:: o( Financial Secretary and Aillltand Bdc u Uo n,. what then u tha Assistanl Col ant Secretary in the Colonial p urpote 0 f having a Financial financial '"'"• Sen.: __, The post ot Financial Secretary The other otllce created was that Sooi : i. Uland the sum of about of Assistant > hundred pounds a year. Colonial Secretary's office. Since | ,ong those who would like lh secondment ot Mr. Bishop to high I ,' : addition ha. the Control DeparUncnl II %  tha a.inot been tilled and now tha tUlltsI i.,n..n l mi. of It is bringing grave duaatlt...on that we tu faction In the i This is not go... 1 i Barbados in dealing One would have thought that TAXi vernment accounts. the creation of this office would for disbursement have meant the opportunity for Pridf t>j Ttu %  |.y the House of members of the service to get m unlew it into the administrative bracket II To rhr J Statute Alter !< not to. Itaral pasws Now that the Control Depart• Haaane : nt ha. been made part of the practice to the West Indie, team Let it not be imagined that the playing a. a team and give them | support of cricket i. merely in the a better chance in playing the first hands of those who had taken few matches on arrival in England, part in lhe direction ot the games. It would abw be interesting to w Something is due to the public tor how the second best team would rl without which there shape in these three matches and would be no cricket. Those who would certainly test their strength, want cocktail parties can hold I am sure with good weather the thern alter' Vul when it is someexpeiu*. could be met from the acting public will thn .ticket let gate money. Perhaps this suggestion is too late to arrange such tournament, anyhow I give It tire public enjo, nmiusiAST were made In I *?HJJMlfarl To the Editor. 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PAGE TWO THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE \\i fiM-l'U IIBRVARv %  H Ccuub CaM !" } H IS and Mrs. Sav Excellency the Governor %  afe accompanied by Mr. W. Lambert, attended the final dav's play .1 the Second Test Match between BO. and Barbados, and afterwards presented the prizes to the members of both teams. a %  • S IR A'lan Collymore. K.I.. Chief Justice of Barbados, left for Trinidad yesterday by B.W.I.A. Sir Newnham Worley. Chief Justice of British Guiana left on Monday by BW1.A. also for Trinidad. To See What It'• Like M R. and Mrs Norman Pi" "' Montreal were arrivals on Saturday morning by T.CA. on a short visit to see what Barbados is like They told drib yesterday that they were havlnjt a wonderful time and would be returning about this time next year for a ^spup ma ny fnends of Mr and longe holiday. They are slaying J_ Mrs L M Springer, of al the Ocean View Hotel. Bcrniec. River Hoad. Icam with Mr. Pitt Is President of cansregrel tnat Mrs Springer has endian Relractorles Limited. xmi h e Tercentenary Ward of o the General Hospital for an op, cration. Engaged Carlh joins In wishing her a eyiHE engagement of Mias Merle ,peedy recovery I Cumberbotch. daughter of Mr. and Mrs C. W Cumberbatch of the Ivy. SI Mich Joseph Albert Moore^ of Public Worsts Department. Trinidad, was announced on Sunday. t a party held for the occasion at Halloway, The Ivy. g QOM TO gT-ftTCH OK? Lr6C Speedy Recovery Cricket Team Leaves To day T HE Britiih Guiana Cricket; Team, are due to leave Seawell by a Special Flight of U.W.I.A. lo-day at approximately 10.30 a.m. Accompanying the Team will be Mr C.I..C Bourne, their Manager, and Mr. A. Drayton the B.C. representative jn the Cricket Board of Control. €> <> Over 200 People Daily M R. J. ADAMIRA. Acting Manager of Bata Shoe Company here, who was In Trinidad over the week-end on business, tells me that he hns never seen so many people In Trinidad. He was at Piarco on Sajurday and he understood that over 200 people were coming In daily for the last few days for Carnival. He says the latest Calypaoes, which we will probably soon be tog. here are. "Last Train for rVrnando," "In a Calabash." %  Everybody drinking JU-C," and %  Pam" o < Visited All The Beauty Spots A FTER ipending one week Sam Lords Mr. and Ml*. Hemming Andreaacn returned U Caracas on Monday by B.W I A Mr. Andreasen is Consulting En. m in,,-.! j 1l? Kuieer to Alfonso and Compan in Caracas. They have had I DO enjoyable holiday and rented while they were here and 8.15 to-night She has ehOMO, h |V)i f— ^ M |hc ^ Cesar Pranrk, Symphony in T) Personal Preference i %  programme of recorded music at the British Council M ,! On Round Trip ffi. W. C. SLAYTON of Albany, JV1 New York, was among the g"jy' E WODE Minor and Beethoven, Piano Concerto No 3 in C MINI TM concert will 1* given despite pos. its. as a battery operated amplifier is in use. the island. They underfill hnlida have had CROSSWORD 1 2 1 5 o 7 i r 1 i J r J ,— *T i e S, | 1 Rupert and the Caravan—& 1 .,, in— t. TO sacoie ("• tiro tw~u art 10 WSSiViUst ou-.. is. VI. lUggWt (S| no* oo • rrtendiv " tor hi* ihjck. toots*. "R teeter hiding -iiwi. it* a* ihe uide lo •I an, dengo hit lound iht pljce ot my black ic I And il conuintd i wonderful sunken mu & hit ilrridy rtad ''"'" !.•<; !" Si." not yet. derlatn S.m ..men in d.fliculi „ Rod.,,,0 know. ,S, coi !" 5 W an umt he could lo'hfJP Joan Blon'irll and qutt aorrytim far* poti-i" Ff"f i< pictt." of Ertlyn tM]tt al lie grit nivht ot Th* Srhoofmuireu Miss Ui/ei i reloxar,ne lion %  • IBS. in: IK 18. II msy 16. Part* r chanted in BMi r-sjeisasff il TDe outflow of pebblas. i3 %  !" "-m,abjui 'awr. IS1 io. Tan „ ,01 l 5. TO. .pint I. Olsaaan. ta % %  . a. frSr. rltr a. uao r.aa lor 1 S '!•* %  snail., awIl %  1. '.-.-.v r-.r rrrl.in l"> P L A Z A 1*K Show TOMORROW AT %  W p „, Ol HI I: LXrOSl RE* and -THk NAVT u... Chaster MORRIS— Robvrt LOWBRY— JM P,..VNncy KELJ.Y AKK W A PABASRfUN'T IMJUitLK Bl|j, mi., i UAII or cjuoaioih tNrtT.uNMi: M ^ SAT. 25— MON. 17— and WD KT %  WAKNhK'S COLOKrUL MUSICAL HIT "^ MV Ulll \M l linn. :m i-iQi *oa SESfr.ifiOH ^ passengers wh round trip on thi are making "Lady Rodney" fiSSefa eafiad at Barbados yesteridr Siayton is a MI englneei employed with lb* L ->• Government M Retired Butineitmen From Canada Vfll. A. II GIBSON and M On Tour Of Inspection II A G. L DOUGLAS. HsaIbtul M.iTinncr Cable artO Wireless (W.I ) Ltd, is due to leave lo-dny by ItWIA for Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, via Trinidad, on a tour of inspection Was Here On Business M il 1.AWKENCE r, HAYSman. ,1 nil.-.!.,: 01 Dawson, Minimi. Si %  '• Tsnusf ShorM, Pumli and Co,, Ud. W i *i t'...uni ml : M Secretaries Return ISS MARY HURSH ,'ncnt of d I Mag Petroleum Company In \ %  by it w i A vu Trtnldad after Uuncan "both nMIn shor! hoIldl :n^f i: #iti-id-y by the "Lud> I iMyuil .il UW Tni> li Mi' Gibsons U s < Arrived By T.C.A. Indian Merchants, has been here Bees, and left on Mond.i> bg it w i A for Qranada. He was a guest at the Hotel Royal c o For Two Week. M R and Mn Stanley F MatM" tocks and their daughter Kaj, are here for two weal AND MRS H P SHELL Mattocks is a PmrtlMC Ol Vmcenti.iui Mr k Mrs E. V. Lander Elliot A*< if Oshawa. Canada, WCTf srtil M • nioininn on taturday morning by 1 C A! tol by air. € holiday in ,, Ir stayim; U th. C...„„ Vt* 0ne M inule onc p rint jDot With N.cZ.l! ,, M> .. T e ^ m ^ n.lX, N M V ,^ON.o,C^, .:.,.,„ei. Caracas 0( Robinson Leather Company,"* umbu-Ohio and New York, i MuiuUl b. UW.I.A Barbados w hl| ( is a m.rchanl. "J an executive .,! Columbus Gas a wonderfpl place, be loci C.rib. System which is a Natural Gas l L omp S? y ,-. H ^, w "* „ Pjnger on H I. P>lke U Prnm UH> "Stella PolaMl on Saturday is father It rrom mll >penl hc day louring nc MonUersat island. This is his third visit to M R. EDGAR MAHSIlEN of the f~, APT T M BOWEB, aba i I llaibados. TriTudad Cricket Board 'f %^j pl | n w i lrl T.C.A.. has spent He took Carib's picture, with a short holiday in Barbados and special make of camera which can is due to leave to-day on hi* relive you a print in 60 seconds, turn home He arrived on Saturcertainly a most ingenious invenday by T.C A., and has also vislinn, lied Jamaica and Bermuda during P. s.—Carib's face did not break M R. and Mrs. Frederico Cuello the llrst parl of his holiday. His Ihe Camera! and young son Alfredo, r?f.lher Mr W W Howes Is from „ „ lu 'ici lo Venezuela on Monday Monlserrut He told Carlb. thai P-—:_-J r*„:„_. I A after three weeks' Col O. St A Duke, who I. his -V,T %  ?v T *,' holid.* spent at Super Mare cousin has taken him around an I \t %  %  V "aricuuuui Ouest House \ Mcrhe has b-n ..ver the enlire during •" Adviser lo Ihe S,, chandrse Mam.,'. and his brief visll and had a very WU far the C Grosland in Caracas. Mr. and enluvablc me He was a Burst Trinidad by B.W.I A oni Monday. Mr.. Eduard,, Hosswaag also reu HaUl mpanled by Mr. A. Framploi. ,,v TCA and is a guest Jl Agricultural Adviser lo I md Welfare. ., H.i t MaUalleu of Wav.iley St l-awi.-nce Gap, left for TrtnThli tvening idad yesterday by B.W.I A. r llS ivenlnl .l < l 18 a'elaek, Mr C, Chaderton, Supt. ManMr Hiiiih Paphan wtn s 111 agai < %  BIDMI Bawtng Machin. l.-lt on Monday by H W.I A Great Reputations ll> Joan Krskiiu LONDON (By Mail.) HOW REGRETTABLE it is when two famous fash' 0 hotUM decide tO let their good nanus CKTJI l !" !" a new fashion season. The collections seen at "OKIH an i MOLYNEUX were dull and unoriginal. Skirts arc certainly .!, tndl cut and drape, and we seen at approved of the nlpped-.n v-alslllowa, but Molvncuxs 'Ullines lie day drew." were not only exPUln black drcs.es mkni Itcmely short but K*ml to lack for hanging the lamily jewels on, .,1 There w.. .cat and unostentatious. a great number of overskirts with They were so ordinary thai tnc> tight underskirts a hue 'hat bad one great virtue — no-one was fully exploited last season, would trouble lo copy ihem. s" : esses with stiff presumably you would be unique itarebed i in, in pink In your chosen model But do tr white, and dark dresses trimmed yau remuj want t'> be unique with pie frills of WhlU organdie. U it means sacrlflcii r„i,h the apK 1Jf> SKT'llSS II MOttbiU that the local di, maker could -Km IBf. A H I l "*,<£* **J "' hex |ackM Tn chaTrj wool with blue and black fern pi low half bell at the back, could aicil^a.tr for cart 13. What w. need ~ 14. Coild a. lntcnl_ .osorneo If ir.'i.poa 1*1 16. Th,:. 11 A?ea' o'""Wou.o o. eailin. tl !3: oot from in. open oilo. ro.r..'l. M. is' ciu. uui a 6 ea..il M. Tar.'. •"• m •"•" a." 0 .'ship. 131 %  nluiiao 01 rNW..! I V> only lor %  lima. unbalanced Wonderful Place A FTER one Barbtwu. Marsden Leaves For T'dad (untrol, returned to Tn on Monday by DWIA Refurninf Next Year i from .i h s| >'' ''''IM* There was too iplng one stda. buttoning md larg* LI %  o unmistabably wu HTi: I unable to co-ordinate their ideas — suit* were varied, in style with n< predominant line The;, in skirts SI elunw silhouette. Kraal, Suslea: i Y0 Piti % %  1 26 X-ri>. i Sea *"* %  ft !** %  •'. BaUl pUtlc 12 Ii Jo: Guide To I i i MI -i %  ives Today's Pricet Charroal 3!c per lb. Mnlinrs ill lamate Sauce 11 r. per tin Sir .in. s Smoked In Oil 12 e. per lin \4'l \TI4 TUB IIMN A 'Member, 0* Tllt'RSDAV NIGIIT al 8.30 UNIVERSAL presents DEANNA DURBIN — DICK MAYMES — VINCENT PS|a iff "IIP IS VE.XTH.XL PARK and the Magnificent Music of SIGMUND ROMBERG 1 BLONDINI March :trd BLONDINI March 3rf TONTTE 8.45, LAST SHOWING ADAM'S RIB SPENCER TRACY & KATH HEPBURN Thursday Nile 8..L LOCAL TALENT ON PARADE turned yeslerdny where Mi I; ot the Shirt Department of th.' v.-'Il known dry goods stort "Altax." They ureatj Mr Cuello plans to reluri %  i • %  much. ilS llllll ll'llilir i"i % %  MSSSS n s •——. .. —•• Bij Poati*} .'i Coinbannani SeaooLCar Trial BY Till: WAY By Beachcomber I IM \ai km, i l-ady Cabslanlei;)i flown lo tilin ,i.l i desenbeo" UN a rO hostess, half as old as Mint in i owj •rorla Si usstl.il uvwpi*.' baa een nothing likihn ^noi IM %  Thc Oovtfnlnsj Body. tgke. who carried s il MlU "' " %  lauue. lor small admirers to ".••' %  1 ""-' harmful per sone Dausg.ll—i OUMI In "-"" %  ., .-. lUrland and Wolf aal •*. l on %  Lady Cabstunleigh li still "f !" 1 rmidable u avsjr, with ises and bedmaiter, untiring ii tinZoo. you depeiiil>, the vigilance. On >ral welfare of great %  tress. in .i period i MI iii w Miiritlulioii* Vl/HAT ha* been said. from vrhatevef iwint of view make Vim abouki II InadrisaMo at prehent u> inu* oatagorical duos any sonunasjil "t revelatory of IM newspapei report nature mlu what 1 may have v. BfM fulure dale 00 Uw i th. foghorn ol AUiv. ;. Narkover II wa M ib)eei. UM at only an army could doubt, which led to ihi eratton—or P*rU) %  ... %  %  ..... i ure. but rigidly SO, lUUOM shall Bherl %  -s bcint traetl bom hei truth about the Ictwol In II itM,U' uhtever is to be done ai Autobiography "It Was Fun prOOOQl n I'lu'less. it Is true tM-'ln* .Me," an eMviaule ;n ! SOOUfll, wllhoul IM tbal W*a1 may M developlnn. It cbteeii bi i'k s/ho sd d l tl o n ^f sucta fanlaatli stori .mnot be eonin %  aebook •* tB one lo "^tsah %  ntn anythtni In QM Iptaros ts i Viu will, i than iM MTiiple to withhold could seem to be adsUdMtal trutn tfl II ad OB any side as a delimit C r MPOKAHY UiuikeiM Mi btftflmi -• bookie. MeanBtatamont involving aitieemnil m Crantk soy. on dlsaitreemeiit in the quart) pardoned for getting eonfused In Whtdf of the (Jovernors. li: many cases bamboo shoots were ihey expect from yu. as heada >uri t^y Purclcsiiublr l>rsr CBTPTOQITOTG—Here's how to work It: A X V l> L B A \ \ K iL 0 N ( %  r I l> LOW i One letter simply stands for another, In this example A is used for the three La. X for thc two O's. etc Single letters, apoathlength and formation ol the words ar* all hmts. Each day the code letters are dilTerent. A Cryptogram Quotation > BJ MYQZ WOK L-R T BGKNG Y3J"' YLNKJLW. NYSJMJTT IA WGITJ BQKVOj] Y8J CIZJSL — WYNKWQT • M Ye*terday' Crvptoquotr: THE VIGOUR OF OUR DAYS V PASSES LIKE A FLOWER OF THE SPRING—PROVERB. g* HOVAL (Wiirtliiiiii) IO-MORBOH M1" ( Thum ay) at 8 SO p.m. M .. M. Mj.trrplece LASSIE m Home with Edmnn I OWI J., ei IKUiM llraniA \'"" 1 : lnnlN .md Kuinainr EUPOtB in Mi.II I AT 91J OX Pisssffl was a Male War Bride v.ilh IAU Band) BTU Aiti HOW in MlillT .1 1,30 Rrpulillc 1'l.lures prewsh %  Angel and the Badman wiih i V a nd C ABOT •LYMPK III Ml.II I U "01k I CLUB MORGAN THE GAYFST SIMM IN THE CARIBBEAN The Club Morgan Orchestra and AIM ARVISTIIUNG at the Piano for continuous Entertainment. Dial 4000 for Dinner & Suppei Reservations. I aMIlOV FOR LADIES Also HOUSE COATS, BLOUSES, SKIRTS DRESSES IHtlllllttVl MUSf Guadalcanal Diary ullh I.I... Bi.har.l CON'l't %  ......,.,.. %  .;: %  .:: %  .:'.:•.•.::••••• %  • %  •• : %  %  %  % % %  % % % % % % % % % % % % %  • %  •'"" BosaewlTM when (I..IIU your d.ilr ^hopplns Jnst Islu 1 st what i hsve to oiler:— Ljie's Golden Syrup, Maxwell Hi Sanborn Coffee. Black-Pepper In Tins. Tin. 1 %  1 %  • s -• ,l >£. '>' 'P ," %  S Tomato Soup. Rolled Oals In Tins. Ay mn S Jui..-. Red Salmon in Tins, Pilchards in rm. I ...vours. J PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH VS NOW. : JOIIV II. TAYLOR A MXSj i II,,, I'll, h Slrerl ''w.W/.'.V.V,V.W.' WE CAN SUPPLY ALL THE ABOVE IN GIFT SETS. Oar n\mm >BI I IRON MUM.I Kl III I \i; HIM BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COITON J FACTORY LIMITED HtttWAW. %  .::::: %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  .::::::: %  .: %  %  %  .: %  %  %  %  :: %  %  .: %  "MAKE | THE VALLEY BLOCS0M AS A ROSE" NOW OFFER A RANGE OF GARDEN TOOLS — INCLUDING — • Kl'UUKK (. MUM \ HUM I ,iul • FLASTH I.AROEN HOSE • • NO//.1.KS — SPKWKRS IMONS • MENDBBS — WATERING POTS — SPAW* • COUPUNGS RAKES SHEARS • GREEN'S & RANSOM17S LAW 1 M0WW THE CORNER STORE



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PAG in THE BARBADOS AIM WKONrSDAV I .-KHKI AKV KEENLY CONTESTED GAM E DRAWN BARBADOS MAKE BOLD *,<>< !" -<' % %  <"_ "•M aayjh.V" BID FOR VICTOR ) In Atkinson's next over Thomas |„ K.ng's n*\lost his wick-' tempted to drive, the lull edK ng delivery behind the w:cket lo, Mghl Frank Kim look i afore M had scon J. w i 0 kel-keep#r Wood to bring oT %  ran. the Pavilion end. .ngie. a uoot t catch and dismlaa thla.|a •* narrt*H %  .iiwt-ui %  <•> %  •. •" r*RatHOS-TM U-I.f. >(ar 4.* I II%  ill' H r Mm asou R Marshall I. Wulhl Ibi b Kim .1 -i H iMtni t Taytof ^ Walton C A McW.ll e Waio.tt b Aifcin.n %  t^. i tralratl Wood %  %  b Walcot: NO MORE GREY HAS AFRICAN MIXTURE ^'* CoJoua the Mslr .nstsMivk M absolutaly what is professed of it: A GENUINE HAIR COLOURING Atotlott m ••> slits ajjsjaj BOOKER'S (Barbados) DRUG STORES LTD. BROAD STREET. BRIDGETOWN MiiiuHcta'ed ay I. FIOUTIE8. LTD.. Saaerara. Mldd'e^7TTT'^ FLEURoil wiUHutng %  ^toagj W "alB, M-r.h.U B MrO (ia.km c f Trim not axil out Lursi b R Marshall b Kins i Man i—*. IN. 3 i:i i4i y ass. t—t. T-at>. s~S4j. r.i noWttNG ANALYSIS Alklnaun L WaJcoli V M.fl.i p QaMM GOVERNOR 1 PRESENTS PRIZES I the Governor ing the prizes after such a short Mr A W L Savage and Mrs. notice. Savage attended the final day's He also thanked the merchants play of the Intercolonial Cricket of British Guiana and Barbados Tert between Barbados and Britfor the gifts they had donated to ish Guiana a) Kensington yesterthe lucky winners He said that da) he was quite sure that the last %  l.overnor game of the series had provided to the various ihem with some very entertaining cricket Hi f A C ClaJratOOt*}. Stnioi lie next paid tribute to the !' Ua very short up a good standard of fielding In the island, after a big score had been put up. id taken a keen interest in the The visitors however had never name and hi some slackened off and that was a great •Blue Streak" Arrives J \M \K A UI.KBY WINNtK Bad \ ( Utai I hiniiion in Trinidad Ukrn in his box ., he l.mded on ilie wh^rf on Monday morning. Blue Slre-k u Uvourite for the B.T.C. Stakes feature event al thr B. f.t'. >pring Meeting due lo ilarl M March 4lh. Blue BKnA* .lanii-ica's Dorby winner, arrived In the island on Mondav morning by the Challenger", to parn the B T. C. Spring ; in March. This horse is owned by Mr. Tags popular business man of Jamaica and Trinidad. Accompanying 'Blue Streak" Lady Pink" and "Swiss .eh will also take Dart in the coming meet. These three horses are in the charge of Mr. Leo Williams, who arrived on the same ship. Mr Williams is a well known race tii'.er of Jamaica and Trinidad. •September Song" and "Silver ii.ved the same day by %  •hallenger". The latter is a grey lilly owned j %  r Chin of Brittfa Guiana who is a prominent DJ the South Caribbean.. Mr. Chin's horse was trained! Hart of Trinidad. 1 It.ll.l Iladio l'|-0!>l'.IIIIIH' HI LSI ... V* I I IIRI \K %  I 11 noon' Tht> Nt?" I I %  .11. Ilk PID Si%  • I ;. m FYOBTMIUI > i : Jcx* 9Cu"' *.. 10 ha Read. 7 30 v irrplereit. U p m R> on Ihe Key %  %  %  %  %  < Tlk. 9 J" p .i. %  Ols* Kreanlk. Id 43 p m Colonn 11 p m II "ewe for that touch of ^ taste-.' LADIES' EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS In white only in boxes of one each. Prices per box From $1.44 ,o 1.92 CAVESHEPHERD&CO., 10, 11, 12 & 13, BROAD STREET to the ida' • l3 LIST OV PRIZE? KM. Hantaaal %*mti u.r rritk*a l i t" %  Watt slip* to the boi.ndnrv Bjajd out the i. singled to mui on <*fT Hoad i .mui ml of pie*. < UM) had given them for the :.ight. He oni] tixretlid th. ( he was not here for the last four days as he was away in Jamaica. Me however said that in British 16 inches of rain m and January and if It had not lieen for that, he was 0t .I it. HI: iuM would have hap',ete : ( Ibiurne. the Marine; I of UM Hiltikli Guiana team. .( %  •# Lid. le* beat alLmuiider on Bei ikae a ^ . a a.^J.^. -ia^ .j. rlba^ laV^I^A.l Preeenled by Ueetrs. N. K. WiUan M *hr*t Sconin ftr.1 inauh VB :a Hiii-n ChniUem netrreeeeled by Central Foundry Ltd f i Ihnheal Score in wcond match oa P-rbedoa aide la CKde Ai>coU IUI I'raMiitnl b> Mi> Wn> Toeatn Id 'or Hldlteet He..rr in Mcond nuKrn i> KG. aide to Bruce falraacleau Pad* Preeenled b> Mr A G. St. Hill t.il bualfl UKIne moat artrkej) SB Clyde Wakott Shoee-Preaeeited b> ateeto Bale Shoe r 0 (or Hiehe.t Scot* in aenea to EverPad. Prvented by Ueaan In IIM beat all luundrr on Uniwrl Chn.oani IM aiassti %  [hanked the Barbados Cricket Aslation for the excellent arrangements made for his team at %  • tKMtaa where they w ere log and for the practices laadiM aide to Clyde Waicott l'i. r. Clyde i filed b> A Ba I m bwB| needed Maaahall's ov. ;i bCir. Wtgti' ofi teM aaud played out it.. MaratiaU sent Wight j Hdi %  Hog a glonct to flmleg for 1 by Persaud. At 71 CrtJeJcUrd bow let fruia I f-rsau.l got a boundary past pout ->P H flmt and thet Wight took .. I C.oddtird's | boundary. The luJ .i. was til %  86 Wlgh 1 :* l\i .... : i ixir. After I umli %  : %  %  a single off rt %  %  with a bratr..%  end up 100 aaud i two sinr.1' 1 >ok an easy single off Waicott' Mnce hl arrtval and for presenlAlur lea On behalf of th. Captain and membcm of Ihe team, he thanked the umpires for the very aatlsfacanner in whlrh they had • Mir duties and the hard work they Each mrmlier ..f % % %  team %  •• well i iiliililrawl ami they wouui ,. ., Ihll vlall dh Mi Gi I l 'Plain "' DaLid i ne perl rmiiHr ." %  H O " w lo John Ti Ilal -Pre. %  IIU.I L M %  ea, g Caae Pre,lt-l In Maaj Alexander Ha*l> A c HO dr l.i l--ln oi wmie(.ill Bet "T"lV* Hc-i h. rtasa Co Ltd (oi e*celknt IIS| ... i a (.. %  LaBthai Pr--. bBttUH %  veraai m l*air*U"M ..." u l.i.i f... beat IMITII %  Hdibadoa aide to i:\ni.u. Sfea I it IjalllKH to li l..r hiilliani l-alt.i iii.i Preeenled l>ilirttd A. Co, La ...ft-.-lent batt.i Wmhl IIH-. | %  I %  and sent km bowled .'i place of W itl The baUman ant de%  if th.bat and went into tha ..I tii,. Watt had acor* including 5 fours and was at the i 85 minutes Tha icon %  w read 103—5—47 %  and open.nl with a single off the next ball. .rnied from the i -id and got TI %  | %  i. valiant effort to I The Wcfttlier TODAY >un RUCH; Ul B >uii SeU; 610 ii in Moue. (Laat Quarter 1 Febru ar> 24 l.lihtini l 6X0 p.m. il. i. Water: 6.41 a.m TM am Yt-etlrKliW li .ml .il (Codrlnglon) ml Total for Month to >r*lcrda> : l.Otf in* Trinperalure (Max.! 84.a* J' reitaeratare (Mini U. F Wind Direction (t a.m.> I (3 p.ml E. by N. Wind Veloelt>: 8 milr* per hour Huremetsr < fl a.m.) 3.aS"I (S p.m.) !9935 %  -<.. Mal>h4ll Mewi. Mennlnt . I'o. Ltd lor .food IWIIIIKI on B O aide 1" Oeoree Cemacho %  .led In flai.^l %  '"" %  are! -i . IUI Piaurantid l.> IIIUL.K i -I eppoaian.e on Bail > U M^i.liall IUI lir.rnirt by Meean. J. B. Lealie T hey'll Do It Every Time a~-...~... By Jimmy Hade j S*rrAE?s'.S-ViJV=6CT S.R=!?SEPAI<-> iSRS--! f ..-E5E ^ES SHBaBTTMAT i10COME RISHT rtOMc! NOrVs --SE s-ePSE= .= i\E %  FRIENOS S-JFF?-SWCKEW.S ITWASSOPFC^SE3TOEE* . SURPWI FtMTT) rVtUG y )OuSi-aJLPATSiI! CEA.-LiSTEN-rO.5HE ^LUANOI !" %  ... rla VT'Z. JfT' /'B>i-TSe-.AVEA ->\ AS 3= /9IRTH3AV TARTV R3J) 1 s RifiMT ^. >VTAITIN6=OR--,E Su.WT OF HONOR TD 1 -i.. '-^'mA} \ SHOW HIS su6HTi.y %  r-aB i-,Q FLUSHED FACE • 9 a-pi**>To*MiM*eoowH !c3 CARML, CAUF. SOME OF TUK uoon THM.XKS WB OFFER lon.w Lovely DANISH HAMS in tins from J lo 14 lh SLICED HAM — CANADIAN I POTATO CRISPS in tin. *1 86 DANISH COCKTAIL SAUSAGES MORTON'S COD ROES MAXAM BEEF SAUSAGES SWIFTS LUNCHEON UEEF with Cereal SMOROON'S MINCED CORN BEEF KRAFT MACARONI AND CHEESE MACONOCH1ES MUSTANG PICKLE 6 ALLEYNE ARTHUR & Co., Ltd HIGH STREET •,v.w.v.-.w//////a \V. illii n. u .lorka HI . VV,V* -.-.-.--'.VKW V. FERROCRETE RAPID-HARDENING CUHI in 375 lb. drums PORTLAND CEMENT In 94 lb. bag* PORTLAND CEMENT in 40U lb. drums WHITE SNOWCRETE CEMENT in 375 lb. drums RED & KHAKI COLORCRETE CEMENT In 375 lb. & 112 lb. drums IRON EXPANDED METAL i", 1". 2", V me*h GALVANIZED EXPANDED METAL '*". -V. 1" mesh WILKINSON k HAYNES CO.. i TIME TO OHItER YOFR SVMTS FOR THE VRHhET TOI HXIMF.M FALL I.X EARIA I.V RE SFRE OF A PFHFFFT FIT. P.CSaMAFFEI&Co.Ltd. Top Scours in Tailoring THOSE WHO DEMAND THE BEST HAVE THEIR CLOTHES TAILORED BY j C. B. RICE & G> OF BOLTON LANE



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„,,,Ni:SI)AV. FEBBIABY 22. 1950 fl'ork On Plaza Speeds Ahead Found Dead In His Room THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACK HVi: OKK 0" a*" I ..ilher Plaza for tref Ltd; Design CHUtrurtion by c'larkp plarccl in a prominent PjSl. M, laM ana !•". %  ', JLUni along see it Uct of death bv natural man Jmjr yosti-rda* Inquiry nto lnc ^ Plara whirh is sit. -„ uw Empire Theatre, f !" ScK-Mi.ler was held by Mr %  apialy. A large sign t A. McLeod Coroner • %  ( "A". %  Stag-MObr was found dead ,„ M. no,, .„ h Hoiel on Feoruary 10 .... ^tor H. L. Massiah who the performed the peal mortem aid %  > SL !" morning of Feb. flrer< •"' nu5 >' >" ,cr 22*" Sargeant ."*S, a treneh for the >"> %  t Inn, || -' _n M.I> I .I | I ...,n wu a health' Liiuoo of a wall which will agest*" 1 .*" •—... ... ,—,—.. were l-irgcd. pale !" lf the length of Jordons ISeeg-Mill,., | man Both .lings congested and the liver Car fLAST of iho West Indies ?" %  intestines were normal and Mill, al Coleridge '" h,s f' n '*n Seeg-Mille, ,li,,l 1 ,ted to be complete r r,, 1 "' ,lr "' 1 ". lu f . iWilliam Robert Sargeont Manager of ihe Hastings i; -. . ,pokc '" S^H-al'llM about 7.30 p.m. on February 9. About 1.30 p m. on February 10 th hood waiter MM lo hi.n and told him that Mr Seeg-MiPer had not pome down for lunch ffcTuHs produced when j£ "^-."Pt C^MXlt tw*> weefce. rirtsit ,o ,he ml y esWrda y Liw thai live knitting VP oegun lo work, produced by these II be used to make nrw and many ment-s. g*ines jlflxnc MM Mt" vhich 1.500. needles. reply The Ccmnitttee held a meeting en Saturday the lllb Pi 1W0 when the following K able Members were present, namely: E. K. Waleott. £squit IheOoveri November 29th. 1944 lo the establishment of a Public Service Comm The Committee rinds it impossible finally to decide on the question of leave pas%  • the detailed iniorm.ii. %  %  : %  urstion is avtnlablc Which .mly %  uefa a Commission cai The OonsmittM ..lo ol the urn urn that in the (iirncully %  rating with respecl to me which was intended for had to be taken to urrounding ones. In a clean state. The offence was committed on December 9. 1 cr busily LB icpairmg U rpectad thai "ik within the FIRE AT CANEVALE %  nklrn. Mew York, who is an JJat'on ,h " T m P l ns Spring m % %  ". mterday that he came to dos to supervise the install4aa also service the macn^fte equipment in the pga is nearly all dye. The Salt Arrives From St. Kilts %  m\ bug} House Meets For 25 Minutes 2 MeasuresPassed: 6Postponed ) members of the Barbados Regitn.'iu whenever the Regiment is called out on service. The regulations do not applv to acres of tirst crop canes "is of Mill pi.'i-erty tU Cinevele rwitatlon, lit by lire. The eanc.-. %  bit not c.rass. %  Are is unknown %  the retention off of %  !' possible assistant-? bin werany Civil Servant or Teacher In-u n able to cxlingiush the blare. fore the setting up and functiomnn of the Commission that such matter be referred to the Honourable QO \it a I-. /. \|. k ,,||.^ ea^ffeaXUBs III O Mull III' 1..t M.ti'ti ri.ii ki1 %  id was titi.-.l I I %  or In default one month'' Minority Krpori I agree with paragru the Report of the Commit;.-.1 consider that in order to meet Ihe existing emergent The ol rine salt day passage as proposed should i-o* In granted to an Oftioer occupjrlnff V. an office, named in the Schedule, Officer or the Warrant Officer. The rates had been taken, so to speak, from the rales paid In Iho meeting t;f ibe Mouse ofcourse. it Is proposed, subject to Police Force. Dr. 1 'utn.mnv ily which m %  ..; a t U re. to Members of the Pollci Pbrea paid that is threatened with 1 v ZZ "dyeing." bleaching, squeezarnved here' IrSlssWdiw'ta 7hU "^ M '""" "' th '' xle,ul MWi l*Urim's scholarship for their rations, and so it was and whom it is difficult 1 H XsIS ZT J5 !" > f£252! tt y ,^I S?*^ "" r cord beKan ul Ior ni decided that in the case of the and to oOo n the irom 1^.15 p„, ( and TOded ut ,240. To p^. a c i aim arnount j n< t o Barbados Regiment. 60 cents a day Schedule, thai are \... gg" *. !" """' ** '" %  | l "V s S2 36 for damage to a mauby .ail would be taken from the rates extremely difficult to fill Pwo t of Passage • b) tUi Worship Mr I M olfeni %  araj IM>tS IT FVERY TIME Removes Chronic Pains, Hheumatlsm, etc.. and puts you on your feet again. pressing machines are 43-ton "Marca Henrietta Epjy in position. St. Kitts iHt Aron Karp. who is conBtrSSSH-y;— ^ "^t^rnn.nfthe.r.ns7l£ZStl Mr *^S^^", KOOds on the tther schmerJTrivlng with quite some tune. When the "mccti STtt S"hoS.**mi7llr J .Hm_> nv the Fire Hri.aHo .iS.J .. . ..f "f'.T • ,n M underway, luat „le more roem in the Seawrll W" %  ". • ifZ .., Pr V d 1 ei i^. Mar J K %  ; H M e 1Sc oU • ""•"'• When ,t ended there were Tertninal Building, for the In\\ iS expected to cease "Laudalpha and "E. M. Tan, 0U r. creased number of p.. ^e EJ ,e, garage and Foreman's r-:_K u. u.. ... Th ? ''"• •P"" !" P""* w M a using the bulklmt ,n,l ofM ...nuct have al' .j noun: k, pulling on Ihe nnishing posts, vaporising oil. ution i. to authorise tho The alterations in the main jutbM ' me yard. d leselinc. turpentine subsutute, suuulemcntarv uiovision as folterminal building required to inrhTi.E Intercolonial lubricating oil. colas, cylinders of lows:— crease the accommodation for pM$7,179.28 to the Barbados Can-engers are estimated to coat 1*80. nlng Co.. Ltd., as a refund of The sub-division of the North— ^ p AMman > D %' L ... 'he hrst measure passed was a using the building and ottlo? ac'u'tJS. IZZZEPJ Cargo brought by these vessel Resolution for SI 1.496 to supple.otnmodation and other facilities .11 been completed consisted of fresh fruit, coconuts. „„.,,t the estimate, of I itpendliur. tor th. stall of the Traits-Canada were busy yestercopra. peanuU charcoal, Orowood, (or hl ,.,„,.,.,„ „„.„„. ljl v ..„ r Tlu A. \Y U. Colonel Major Captain 1 Jeuten... 2 Lieutenant C.S.M. Colour Serjeant Serjeant l. Serjeant Corporal I. Corpoml Private -vires postponed $13.21 992 BJ8 ; n ] M 11 S.M %  t i a i jo i HI i.u the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic (Motor Cab Fares) Hegi. 1950. Mr F U Waleott give noUce ol a Resolution to %  porovt ulations entitlest Metal aod ratsad Cab Fares) Hcguliitions. 1950" made by the l>ireutoi of Highways and Transport on the Iflth day ol February. 1950. an ere, ' the Motor Vehicles Trail'.. PIGEON CHOW GOAT CHOW two of Purina s best and obtainable from H. JASON JONES 8< Co.,Ltd-uw., .,* %  dSI i played at Kcnsinggas, oxygen gas, kegs of lime and K Monday. Wilbert Scantleempty barrels. ^. 4 of Kensington New These items were brought I-', %  was a watchman at 'ran the ports St. Lu i Ji'f toe gates, was wounded Vincent. Trinidad, DonHnli K a three-gill bottle on his St. Kitts. I Cl.tecK. He was taken to the Messrs H Jason Jones & Co.. ._ ,t uti\i*ni th.iima Avi'**to., are agents oi Ihe r.. M ui'Miinii > %  %  uv DIVIK •• %  *!Ktoi.l Tannis" The olher schooners are pose of manufaoturing fata, Also pawed without debate was the brewing of beer and lo Impose "hruary. 150. .„ii .h„ ad !" .... consigned to the Schooner OwnThe Barbados Scholarship a Resolution to approve the Regcertain duties thereon: secon' "r Cumrnlna ,35£tS o rs A5 PUTON BOND vsrx. SBS.T8S-T&.W gg -wy rx vs & B '^^; %  ffCSS O^SSK ^^^ r'rS-tmn to Mnca o, hen the man rushed Z^g^TA £ £ %%& ^onlnsaut fuier .hen he was about to appeared before His Wo,,h„, M, : ,„„,., ummln, ,1., tnovof the^BiTbado, Gas Co., Ltd. .aster Ihe man off the ground he E. A. Mcl^od yesterday. , ,„. n,,,,,,,,,,,,, The Report of the Soled c'nmf, .truck with a bottle, which He was found guillio making j !" g Slll ,,,.„ sh p „,„„ u ,, -,'„, „f d in embers that it •< to 1Uniillee which coimdered th. Leave fcjiliuder was carrying in his a diurln near B*ckles Road vllubta [or „,,„. om veaI ,, f „„. |nonsc ,,,,. p, vln of „„„{„ rates Passage. Order Resolution follows II O %  %  %  I %  %  %  %  I VaV.VaVaV amounts paid on machinery miWH wing of the restaurant and the Resolution to approve the Tramc Act 193, (l3.-lr,i ported for the canning of moiasses waiting room budding to provide Payment of Leave Passages Order, amended by sections 41 and 42 ol Sl.183.4e to the Modern Hot suitable offices will cost S59I). 1950; consideration of the Heport the Department of High-.. In respect of CmtoinJ Passing of the Resolution wa. of the Select Committee which Transport Act. IMS, and i Package Tax paid on moved by Mr. i. H. Aour installation aa ttaateilor of the I'niveraity (Drif of the Weal Indies. 1 uk MU to eonvey my beat s*aa to its members and in d aVose associated with lu I us very xlad lo be M•sruued W iih the College aa a. Visitor, and hope lhal it •*} ever pri.<.|M-r in it hint. Wow (or ihe advancement •> trur learnlna. iSfd.) l.l.DKI.I. K. %  pal, Dr. Taylor, then real of welcome to me La, %  awcu*.! m of the honour she ha T.WI.HB ifr'rom l*ate 4) terest in the fortunes nnd developIKI the i*in.>uraj,emenl ment of the West Indies nnd in the jjlamnd religion." welfare of their people (npplause). | H Pr-nupal iind the trainMy duties as your Chajicellor hanr •.'•! *. placed the great are certainly cnhance' " j Once MU trumpeU aoundad; f wn k ; ' n **aai *.. !" ,n,i, ^ tor v or ,ake Pleasure in Vlatttna. •OlBi lV i.,pany sal. whefe m can ^ SUfe of a %  the new Chancellor then read f nend v wo|conWi wl „ aIwajs ^ happy if kindly fortune bringb them to the West Indies. But 1 can assure you that for my part, wherever I am — here or in my home ui m any part of the world il will always be my constant pleasure to watch over your inlaraiti To-day's ceremony fttl) seal of recognition upon the new University College of the West Indies. It is indeed a memorable occasion not only for those men and women who have laboured so long and so devotedly to prepare for this day but especially for all those like myself, the staff and the students who are inheriting the responsibility for the conduct of this College upon whose foundation one day we may hope to raise our Uoivi Three great Universities from in a world th Pi tne university College, anu tne oll | country have been mainturbulent %  Maims own previous knowj v instrumental In the foundation i believe thai our Unlvi (olher interest in education 0 f this College. To use a biohave much ihe same sort of task as simple as they were logical analogy. St. Andrew's and l>etore them to-day Mm; %  Dr. Taylor exBirmingham have both acted as lights we cherish are threatened bis appreciation of UK tr 'he Wth while by obscurity. In the fog and darklOf those who had laboured London has been the parent withness which is a constant menace about the Universii/ out whom. I venture to say. all lo tin vorld, our Unimeniuminn sir Janus heroic errorui on Ihe perl ol tne of all jt. —^ ^ lf*Muilda t.iAsalyl naust hoasAna* AvtjJj it km *"iirelv i W1S4* another mane ui iim i'u" .xv... !" .. .. n..... .uw >.,. ...-,(, nuv %  ! waters ruawngnvtiJ ( ^ f9Ut -,, corrw to London hi W ndon < %  %  <-xaminato leave with you is that you are to the Princess, Iron, tjons, and I think we should be not. nor is any other Un.\ i by Sir Raymond proud that our first step* should isolated unit. You are part of a -from Malaya. Glasgow, be made under such august disystem, a great system, covering n's University Belfast, and rection. Hvernty of ihe Union of ^Africa by Mr. Springer. Now no one will dispute the fact that in the pursuit of trujh and in the guardianship of the wisdom of mankindI put tl •mong the icsponsibilities of a UiiivfiMty — integrity, perseverance, courage ami lineal are quallttea that are Lfaaolutely reani1.il Hut they are it HY THBC8BLVKS i those engagi task >f preserving and exknowledge to with-tand the aangeis and VKalaitudea by which they will be constantly assailed. They must be .ned and vitalised by I %  npe, Their work must be fortiQed by 'he warmth and i reUjjaen Science and phUcewphy things unless tl tain the ferment of religion. And we know as a matter of r that beyond the explorations of science and the speculations of philosophy, the human instinct still humbly gropes its way towards a God. As we look round i to-day, riven and twisted by disorders and jealousies, we cannot mc Throughout Europe. They fail to realise that much (if the VMM Mrongholds and treasure trouble is due to the Christian trahouses of knowledge and culture ditions of society — not only dues, his creative impulses and his tolerance of human frailties have been ruthlessly suppressed. It has indeed been truly said that wherever we find a false Idea about men, its origin lies in a false idea of God. 1 think il is a deplorable fact ihal the em rent of religious faith is far weaker to-day than It was in the last century with all its materialism. The following story <>i fjueen Victoria which has been handed down through the years .'learly represents the attitude of the men and women of her day Ihe Kin* of I'ruMUa once aaked her what reason *hr could civ* for the unprecedented -.uccew. and expansion i.f the BrilUh Kmpirr. She mo. cd to the table, picked up her Bible and <4.d. 'This.*' Ihe Blblr 1* -llll with u but do are >>til. read 11 as the linen! literature In the world? Ai the first twinge of pmn. na k rwo Kennies, one slier ihe .ulici YourialiVBcarrioihc IIM -Mm*. blend of antacid -ir. i:K l i stomach, nkaaq a qetckry corrected, and your p-.. There's no need iu let acidity make your life %  miwiv carry a few Renmei (each one it wrapped like %  NWCCI m mi pocket or handbog. Itt). help, it'i high umc foil saw row doctor. Get Keruncx at any cnemiM. 1,1 WHEN CONSTRUCTING OR REPAIRING A BUILDING AI.WAV.s USE DIGESTIF KENNIES Ml .spoov. MI a il VM inlolcuint .in. I , mentioning sir Ji on the part of the i.L,it ," /.,.'.'.. ; -i.-.5 ""%  I %  * Won into th An, isod Anally tli whom he n Sherl ck It is. too. I think, of good augthe whole civilised world, hallowed by the traditions of renturgotraflMd and inspire! bv !" by Mr. Springer. ha (rom Ine veI beginning „„,,,. „, purpos, which i. your ,,""",' ; "Ml """'' l ''' thi CoUtm %  "! >' %  %  •'""• commoB i.......,:. %  T...,t purpon "am Otago. by Professor .aocuted with Scolland and the ni .. ,,,, |, ,.„, „ cvcr l, from Durham whose an c>nt Universily of St. Andrew s. ^ | eM han h i rain i n 0 t ih, huwlth the West Indies Ever since the day's of John Knox. tt bo remembered In Scotland has set before itself a f by Professor I F S high ideal in educational matters ** ;;>ni McGill by Principal and to a greal extent has realised I like Ihe : Tht shepherd solemnly removed ^ Cljre College: an-i hl clp Vnd said: "Sir. in God. by the Earl ol nwn e. it pr'xluces educated men: %  •ifrom thesouin v.no. loos.iis "" • %  !" aim mean-: „:'„„„ expanse of bleak moor and bog. lorv and turned to a Highland shepherd bepjrtmcnt of learal ?" side him and said: "In Cods name. ,>,.,,. t„e search fo Lt l-^ll.. t ... _St IS^ .I.SA .. then adtircssid And so. although this Universi'v nd Li new, perhaps the newest m tin. world, the fact that it is so closel" associated with St. Andrew's %  ros to you must be means that it ran claim to spring ratitude for the from a tradition that goes bee. u r you have done me five centuries. I am sure you will ^^ %  ** * be your Chancelagree with me that none could fctZ-ff honour of which I am possibiv have a better foundation. %  %  '• for allhD "Kh there or at any rate be modelled on a Kftlr 1 '' Chancellors in the belter pattern than that of Scottish %  j^JJ"* *head. then? will. learning. ^Kt"*>s be a special kind If *c cast our minds back to B ^^Bv' n having beej your that early epoch, we realise that Ptikj~!ii 0r a nd the first wolearning was then a guarded flame %  ^2\ ^ of ir, y University, often burning low and fitfully; and m} amidst the gloom and confusion of hat the distinction so -he Middle Age. it was on zealous care ami faith "^mother. Quo. .# who formed the i look a special incommunities and houses the beat but that II Is unique. Il U not niouih lor ihem i hav the | rxpeel Ihr Horld U ^•kuoK ledge lhal ll Is the i. 1 international relations but also in art. culture and family life—having been .subletted lo a process of constant and increasing erosion. The cumulative effect of this process has been re And It Is in those vciy countries where a spiritual background has been crushed under a load of gross materialism that man's individuality, his respect for human • EVEKITE VSKKSTOS-CEMKNT COKRIJGATED SHEETS • Alka-Stli bring* quick rli*(. Th latg* tablat in %  glt.ii ol *atn doai %  (• work fast — plcatvant, iparkling too! Not a laaative laka it ANY tima. Alka-Seltzer Txa irnc s*i SMOKERS light it with a •LYTIC %  Bfan The Lighter that has no i One (1) BetUe ml I.u liter The Lighter that has no I spnngi. no flints, no wheels, | and gives a clean smoke, free, odourless and tasteless ) flame, and is wind-proof. To introduce these Lighters we are giving FRF.K nf charge uootfN. OGsaim UOKTII O"* <' I Bottle n< Lighter I Fluid with every Lighler purchased between now ai.d March 3. 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