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The Barbados advocate

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

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

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ABOUR’S MAJORITY REDUCED TO 7

; Countries Will | Crippe’s “Pegged |

2 Wages” May
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British Con ts, ar jlated | Answer : O redictions

¢ GENEVA, Feb, 27. politically in the election, will :

MHE NEW SERIES of tariff negotiations, whereat ai eae nella Pate “M C b " AR mcvetons ann i
least 40 countries are expected to be represented wi! | Some “Trade Union quarters . " " . Soca ee eS et. eee a oe

held in September at Torquay, Britain, it was decideg | believe the

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eloction result will

esta YY Prey
wetoday. Discussions are duc io begin on September 2¢ | il! the Cripps policy of pegged haneheeg oy ag ity in Britain’s new House of rewire aon
lasting two or three months ~ |Wages. With several key unions vad Sete. letedh? anewer tc} reduced to 7 today with Opposition Conservative
probably 1a wa 7 Maved:at] aS pressing wage demands, the Se rate eee eae. Ul
5 — 45 O21eVved at least seven coun-} o





1unists hope to seize the

the nationalisation threat whic: and Liberal wins in three delayed North Scotland

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nangs over his business is a me- polls.
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a {tries will send representatives

B est negotiate membership in

e ige organisation on tariffs an
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will include WwW



chanical robot. It will be callec
“Mr. Cube” and is being prepare:

nion leaders believe
political defeat of the Com-



Position of the Parties tonight are: Labour















nis marr ity for display at the Ideal Home 315 Conservatives 296 Liberals 9, Trish National-
Austria, and Turke ral. ae eee yr Exhibition in London on Friday copy y ae :
—(Reutert) | oct ; uence, and that He will make speeches abou ists 2, Independent Liberals 1.
F * | ia ee Bs Sat che folly of nationalisation a + amend Today’s polling bro + votes
i they advance Directors Tate & Lyle Q & * : ugh
T’dad Histor Y | in the Mavermunt Py a hy ae ieee, P t ‘or the main parties up to: Labour
gs Advocate Cozrespondent) | | ty plugged “Lord Lyle announced that the bav. easan 7 sh Tike Se peel
PORT-OF-SrAIN, reo. 4i. | a now tle to avoid nationalisation woul ca t vot gab ded f x O44
sentatives from six for-| > up with the Bud the be continued “to educate peopk « ooh Cine 1 Blows om tank nt
gntries joined wth thou-| ch vernt present in a in the dangers inherent in ih: e1zZe : en 28,700,006 ou yr
eof Roman Catholics nere, | little over a mor Meanwhile creation of a state monopoly it. } : or aan os “Son cinkiteaen
Mayors of three! j the General Cot is expected sugar refining”. | . ;
oe i he biggest pro- to maintain its support to the r Aft yar r yas tol at Attlee’s reconstructed Govern-
ties, in the biggest pro-| : D} erwards 1 was told that the | nent is expected to be announced
fever on Sunday. | Government on wage-pegging. election result had lessened \h Ss es bi pier morré r Wodnesas
was part of the pilgrimage | — (Reuter. ) danger of nationalisation consid F momnini. eee r
B Statue of the Lady of Fau- erably. A Tate & Lyle spokesma: oe L
Syhich arrived in Trinidad i‘ ‘ ‘ told me, “Naturally for the firm’ | In Italy te Dleek caer tana oe =
P Portugal by plane that} Less Optimistic sake we are pleased at the out- | nf * . he oie the C binet d
come of the election result but : CATANZARO, Italy Feb. 27 other paveccstagint chan jes slread
pve wa greg ans About TRINIDAD’S ALBERT GOMES who moved the tiain’t a firm we try to keep out of part & S y
" Moore of vhe Scarboro j & aude ‘ © Al, at FONE Who movec © main re

The embittered, landless anv

solution ask- polities.
A ve ti M ing for a pofitical delegation to go te London for new sugat talks, “All we are interested in is get rn Italy at dawn to-day seized | nay be announced ih two. instal
2 . 7 is oe a‘ . bs ‘ oa sal > . : . e 2 > . ie 4 . | . a s . : ay s 7 ety _
ad rge ntine Meat I " 1D With William Alexander Bustamante. Gomes is er oe name off the nationalisn- | 99990 hectares of estates in < | ments, though the Prime Minister
38, Busta ¢ st twice as ; 7 } ne are- ast autumn’s he 1 i i
N BUENOS AIRES, Feb. 27 | susta almost twice as old “Lord Lyle’s politics, of course | Ml emmubeetey tka ne? Sneeeee a, eet
While shipments of Argentihe

| ure ” till smouldering ‘peasant re- che ch in-a sin e statemen:
well known By Cable. velt’ 8 t he ¢ anges i i & s *
‘eee to Britain during February | r 1 tat
illions of pe ple to join

iT ” e Quarters near the Government
niisitytati - : sein \ I a tonight made it clear thay Attlee
maintained ic hig average ) Ss se Ee rere . ‘na
ye d pre- | established a he wie Trane 4 urse Gi \ es Evidence | oi I g hils = oo nad received no visits from lead-
bade of prayer and pre- yr Dire! wan Bikey rt : jpn tne roving hils flat yellow~ |ers.or representatives of the Con-
for world peace and the . 5 acy went into force last July } ans e oO brown plains which border the servative or Liberal Parties u
gn of Russia as promised HECTOR MeNEIL ‘oe quarters here to-day were) 6 o ® Ss rye : ulf of Takanto. A peasant lead- | iow. F the
Blessed Mother of Fatima McNE ,|7€SS Optimistic about the coming} K I | “ . }er said to-day that local land- | caw
ss |{months. In February there were| - n ercecy 1 n ria End Strike Cabinet
McNeil May / ;

jowners had promised to appor-
}| 28,000 tons as against 33,500 in i

ssion Society of Cana-
ho is on a pilgrimage of the
: m Islands and South

r settled, The lis’ of new appoint-
unemployed peasantry of soutb- | nents, not necessarily extensive,





Jamaica’s



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first part of the pilgrim-}
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Bicsentative gathering of

lef’ - wing Aneuran
lic officials, members of con-

Bevan, Health Minister, does not











i : any reference to further nationali-
; p x ; engineering schools may help t | The peasant leader said to-nigh
of the Immaculate Con- in the General Election, and The notes she

sation from the King’s speech, out-
in 1 ‘ owed that Mrs.} keep the metro running. Mean j that they wou'd not leave the .
it is understood he will re- THE HAGUE, Feb. 27. “mM



jorroto



oi a ining the Government's pro+
made complaint ot
linquish his office. '| ‘The



while the strike of 110,000 Pari jland this time. They predictec
le here it will be taken on a Netherlands Government

: j coach services, ajnd_ lorries | cause of the cost of development Prim i t
| nial Secretary was defeated ] ° ar 7 rans erred weak’ and talked with difficul-] students from the main state} which it would have necessitated Cae ate ane will: drop
ftidad and installed in the Aah vecretary Was’ Geteated | Westerling’s Arrest ) | y
f | |













, ESCA ality 3 : i xivanad | hah Adebe Sedeth -apetaneme aeretien ‘ramme to the new Parliament, it
} i } 4 x ~ paEe , one ‘ .}| metal workers continued without ha is lates prising in a’ Iwas learned from a usually
throughout the Diocese. || —Reuter. oe sancunees today, An ) seermnan N. Sander sa} sny immediate prospect of settle | bria Province would touch of reliable source today
; >. }+ Paary (27, its satisfactiona he fy erect, and viotionlessy, lis faci ment ~ the simmering” unrest in other Wi 5
‘i Vlg Os oak cage ake mieten, ane | ok fon Cn con in sein . : bias Piha f ‘ . ae a ae ith Labour’s majority on 8
| Syeees stan inden time nee! ye a en a oe Unrest spread today among | regions of the south, “This is no’ [nite edge, the Prime Minister
° | 'Weatertin ad esta hie ation did 7c h Set 5 ca te f tl ; eli netal workers out of the Par: | gesture,” said one of them lecided that the speech will. not
‘ aster é sa S ac’ |of the last moments of the can- : my on i ; pee
# rrincess Alice 4 Moves Made | more hah to the Netherland ear-riddied patient he is allege rea, The strike votes were taker Hunery. sngR do not waste tim’ [mention controversial legislation,
ss | th an to Indonesi 1. The Ministe r for to } ave | illed with air njections n several plants in norther: | i useless gestures To introduce the business of
: Th Dominica | Oversea Terrivories Dr J H. Van si ahs “i wei “y Td ling” vit ‘rance, as well as in the Lyon he new Parliament on 9 high
Mi For Peace loarscvees teais&i i emrnuni jue : es El zabeth Rose. de rea More than 1,600 metal note of challenge might force an
NICS Aah OF Viaal V n i i co) ¢ 2 s ‘ Kl ) ose,
DOMINIC A, Fe Dy ai. aying that by Westerling’s arrest
Alice and the Earl of Pear

crit to the hushed court how {| workers stopped work senee at No Address From immediate test of strength be-
€ D Mar ; 2 he strike/

langer to the development of Sander n empts ween Labour and Conservatives
‘ . | ‘ aqange l tne y J \ ! an na .
arived (‘nis afternoon by | NEW YORK, F 27 . ; h

73 good Dutch - Indonesian relations





























































plunged it int ave threatened to spread to gas ry before the new Leftwing Admini-
vy c ww? + . A . ’ aS . iBReC . b aa ' ne , 2 i > i
“Glasgow” on a two-day A claim that four major moves|2ngq to the building of the young it Eh, Gtile arm “eer lectricity and public services ir Workers stration, with its tiny majority,
mand landed at the ‘decorate 1 | for separate peace between | | af Sitatn | w heen ’ ; te aid aria ( liati commissions 1ad got into its stride.
; See ee ’ ndonesian Svate had now been \ ud gas} he rse said ari onciliation m i . ; ay
Jetty and inspected a Hitler and Stalin were made| lGeninn ted’? Reater, "bean gO ej actin cluding employers, workers anc ; LONDON, Feb. 27. While Attlee continued his
ot honour of Police. f ; during the war, was reported to-! — barrel” aan Med > Rokpaeietce: | Latour. Miniitrs representative Soviet Communist Party Gov- [talks with the inner cabinet this
Hon parade were Boy Scouts | day in the unofficial United Na- ni " +h we a oan 4 ae inté le existence | @?8ment workers are not makin if ernoon on the reconstruction o!
: T € MaeMe 6 . . - reathi vith ort gasps re o come into legal acids 5 1 an :
pit Guides. The Royal visit-| tions world magazine | U.K. Situation Miss. Rose said. vhree people sniiliowincauaiatinn, any election address in some dis- | the Government, election results
pelved an address of wel-| ‘this statement was made in an ° ried vainly to find a pulse beat tricts, Moscow Radio said today, | still coming reduced Labour's
rom. Mayor Clifton Dupigny,| artic’e by Dr. Robert Kempner, | **Vfatter of Coneern | 3 pat aes a few minutis: Be. — “They rarely visit the propa- [narrow overall majority in _ the
vin Been, members of the former Deputy Chief Prosecutor! —~ , | at a résched her bed. ‘t P . i ganda centres where as a results| Housl . os Commons. Two Con-
me. vegisiative and Town| at Nuremberg War Crimes | _ Je > activity is limited chiefly to the |servatives and a Liberal, respec-
. é Nuremberg ar rime esul ries ‘ y iiefly to th
were eee | Tribunal SAYS SMUTS The doctor then said air in the ' r organisation of cultural leisure | tively, won - anor car
“royal party” motore: ; ¢ , i re le CAPEI'OWN, Feb. 27. i 1 .y } 77) * ry ’ and entertainment” the radio : id- |North Scotland results, announced
/ . He said the moves were made , eins “could ac ke an embo iy > > ) : adio ad« et :
thronged and | eflagged } after the American landing in| General Smuts, South African | : (an abnormal particle circulavins f ails To Con vert ed. Elections for the Supreme |today. The Labour Party OM
at to Government House, Africa in 1942, at the beginning | Opposition leader, today described | MR. P. F, CAMPBELL the blood). Ph il h ‘ Soviet are to be held on March {hold 318 seats to a ee
py ae the guests of of the Allied offensive against|the political situation in nee! Mr. P. F. Campbell, 0.B.E The nurse’s first entry in her lt osop er 12 _ [tives 296, Liberals bere
undell, and after tea | } Snwelins cy 1943./a ‘s matter of concern an * . -~ampbe a+ Ee ne for N . 99 \ hat —Reut ? 3.
8 Tunisia in the Spring of 1943,/as a matte Daa aie : ‘n} . ee records.for November 29 was thé ee” aa euter. un page 3.
mered Jin an are tL aad ee more in the same year | i nxiety ‘’o the whole world”. In| \cting ¢ lonial Secretary ; te eer Herron o half ounc VATICAN CITY, Feb. 27 cs ®
@ cheering crowd which through Japan and Sweden an interview with Reuter Gen. | been sé tected for appoi in lof coffee, but “she choked. while The Vatican denied to-day that
decorated treets to view Sinn - said that the German| Smuts said: “A stalemate Govern- | 45% » Vhler secrets 5 Tan- swallowing”. An hour later thr | one of its crusading Jesuit priests
tain scenery of (ne Im- r 7 yang les Ve “ Ribbentrop iment can inspire confidence sanyika. He will leave the Isl: | patie was reported “very com-]| had tried to carry out a “death
Foreign Minister Von } ; neta ay yneres ce * :
om er . ct ¥ the f nain proponent of a/neither internally nor externally, ;'9 Ma; a ortable, dues not want hypoder- | bed conversion of Benedic
¢ ae at'cnded the Eve = a a ste. De Sak with Russia. The|and its decisions voday may be up- | mie”, Groce, Italy’s 84 year old liberal-
tt enced by - anon wits ; ’ Snack that Stal et. tomorrow. A weak British Israel Asks j Nurse Rose said she gave Dr minded poet and philosopher.
t George’s Church. ie ledge that he could conclude| Government could only, asia to m ‘ | Sander the syringe. According to persistent reports
b Be bial fh }general European confusion anc . ~ ‘ “The plunger was down in the] here the attempt was made twe
uh a separate peace if he wanted to} ; ae * ‘ A ‘ > | ge n h : é I
— Mec eae i 7% trengthened his} — oe policy and drift to Britain I or rms barrel, = - At «s time Mr weeks ee — 5 vine
| : ° * 9 ‘ ti 3; waracs chaos, r 7 NP Teh 9 m page . Seriously ill in his home at Naples
. Behind Britain hand . iN lomatic negotiations “From every point of view it i al J LONDON, Hed. . with the the - ravive that the Bri-| sfaei authorities have made in- ——--- _- He late . ere’
rerefore imperative tha € Ft od x “ey ; ag | e later recoverea
Jet Development ~—Rente. tish democratic machine should} aaen jon : be a for! _ The Vatican newspaper Osser
. romt and_ efficiently and|¢'™s and equipment for the army | F Va' a said today that
_ WASHINGTON, Feb. 27 See the world a strong|it was learned in official quarters ig uror ae oa wat gee 2 AF
ne: leadership in air * -; ; dtigh Co n. |in Londen today s , 0 ae
i. : Pant nd authoritative British Gover perch seaa 5 : ¥ jet « Jesuit college near Groce’s home
May be lost, unless the Dutch Commissioner nen\."-—-Renter- Ivy was stated there have be¢ Nothin y had called on the sick philosophe
Ment provides money to } cousultatiqgns on the matter be- 4 j a result of suggestions of
S* Jet airliner programme . : | tween the Foreign Office and the re ; ? 47
‘ d programme, t | ic & uce a ‘ wins? ’ f . G ¢ said he
rity’ Re ro nt ° in America ’ tl yy : Mates Gtaie Whe nen i} mutual friends roc aid
Beis Ram ys —— " For La MUSSOLINI'S MISTRESS | aoens we ae — . ; ‘ WHEN it comes to econo- | would be glad to receive the
: can Aircraft Indu ae a | mom a similar reques a nizi » Scotsman or the | ‘ - ad t
PAsociation, Said today | THE HAGUE, Feb 27 LETTER PUBLISHED | been received from the Israel Gov- }| J “ te [mame ae h ! | o Sor edt og +6 ame i t t
: | ornn m . + “W as 1g j on rroce ¢ Ts to was im
Paper prepared for a Con-| ‘Tne Dutch Sub-Committee, h o| missioner for Foreign reeui tu The 1 letter of Mussolini's|ently been made to. offset the}/ = : ees ees | is time, since | hav ) }
the U . Ged, \ffairs has left for a week’s The last lette - , | shipme ‘ einai cae en || cate Company has an auto- learn from him.
m the United Svates was | Af mee a a= Shae iistress, Clara Petacci, lamenting |‘ ipmeni of arms and equipment || matic scale in the Stationery Geakite D tne netinee
years behind the sh |to Latin America, where he w 2 Nara 5 srci- | by Britain to the Arab countries. ane ; ; sroce'’s family, ho retus
Dehind tt Briti bling merc
oe i. . : sibilities for|that all was “crum 8 jo Department, Just the trib- |] to admit Padre Lombardo saying ouncement
Sement of jet and turbo- | study mere. lee ed lessly”, then listing an elaborate | a ute of a penny will put it |/ “phi ill, “That
Wered transport. He saicq | Dutch farm products. During} lessl} me ee ace f a P pA || the philosopher was too ill, ya
anaes Sey 1 —o 241] wardrobe necessary f ’ : into operation, went ou . ¢ : § ” 5 . ; z
h fan Governmeny shoula | his visit, he will ame ve ss Aleit to. Sevteerlande was | No Business in Bulgaria er ae Tallieday tnorning | Pe ee a Mo WY ok Arey SOUTH Mee of the
perallable to manufacturers | with progress in presen peste ¥ nae 19 » todas oo: , ; . Sealy died a . , ; 7 = aa? 4 have bee
* mié acturers , ! ' » r the first time today ; n such a way that it was \’ tim dea dat eae |: Aomtean © A ; D
ls of jet engines andjinary talks concerning wt ee menianaain “stomen- 7 U.S. Citizens 1 reaidiae waliht wleeouat |; All the rest is poisonous fantasy ree into BARBADOS. You are now able to
elope | by the military | agreement with Argentina. anit tneatan WASHINGTON, Feb. 27. || the penny tribute Reuter obtain and enjoy the highest quality WINES that it is
Reuter. : , —(Reuter,)" +0 Seri ' | The State Department to-d y ak at : ; possible to get. in Embassies, in the leading Clubs and
”anned American r citizens fron Soimebolty told soseehnady Hotels in Great Britain, Norway, Canada and other
: ; - ; o| else and so on, and the news

| 5 Countries, K.W.V, WINES
ve y ss tere . siness ‘¢ : $f i we
ray elling isonet an om soon. got around and before Too Much Boogie of their supreme excellence.

Countless connoisseurs
2 ; +g a : the erring scale could be re-
diplomatic relations betwee} oved for repair quite a

have proved them to be EXCELLENT—So will you!
e two countries last week ; - Woogie”’ a . :
Travel t Hunsery wa banned few people sen, for thd | TABLE WINES—Bottled at PAARL, CAPE PROVINCE,
Sea aS Le See hey were in the feath °

being served because

Je-

°-|| weight class, the light- In Germany SOUTH APRICA.





we ; K.W.V. SAUVIGNON BLANC—K.W.V CABERNET SAUVI
ne ee Ser. ae heavy or the Joe seuns - 3 roe iG-
Soled” piace: cemiiecio’ : ) : ° . NON—K.W.V. RIESLING C: WHITE, SELECTED
s “ Vs pent i Ls € I Louis Musical Director Fired These wines are rich in ett ee fruity pba and are
Y ican itizen there ( of distinetiv ‘ serv during
—(Reuter.) : BERLIN, Feb. 27. meals, thes ate particularly pieniee pA _—



The musical director of ti

o i d N Soviet-controlled Berlin radio ns pee
eal + been fired, following Russia» Vv. NO. 1—Very ol, extra dry, of outstand:
John Lewis Pleads Not = el ne






radio’s pro- character
grammes contained too much K.W.V. JONKER CAPERO SHERRY—Medium Dry
+ boogie woogie and formalism, and K.W.V. KIMBERLEY CLUB SHERRY—A Popular pale Sherry.
ay uilty - ore ourt }'vo little serious and realistir
nusic The Russian attack wa: Remember, K.W.V, Wines are admitted into
\ made in the official Soviet “Thes- the Colony und the Preferential Tariff



—Miners Acting Individually | tieke Rundsehau”, which ra puty Sates FOREIGN WINES. ARE

: . t Pay h hisher duty—
“under direction of Goldschmidt sid ae

} ence the lower prices
WASHINGTON, Feb. 27. | evidence as well as the law. The| the music of Berlin radio har hareed for K.W.V, Wines.

John Lewis, President of the| main question was whether the| become more and more American- Dent run away with the
on i W : “ is e < ne . sists .
United Mine Workers Union today| Union was responsible for the|ised. The programme Pre corneas id
leaded not guilty to charges of; refusal of the coal miners to go} largely of incredibly wi'd dare

back work imusic in the style of horrib! aro dearer, they are neses-
f court by ying} a, back to work. sarily better. Save the big










urt 1 trike r, arid Judge Keech issued an order on! American jazz. The serious pr difference in Import Duties
iling to set 372,000 ners back | Feb 11 for a return to work} grammes seldom « t the work —demand K.W.V.

; ; ' . same Catteaies adie t of Sk dt, that f ant
ne J : P ' . anes eeu aig . ; r formalisn ¢ . if your Dealer hasn't cot
€ fortnigt rheys ave 7 ' jer desemaeeses the above Wines, then
| telephone 2058 or 76 —
} | R. M. JONES &@ ©0., LED
) ' will be pleased te tell you

Reuter -—Reuter

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‘ion land and, where this was appear to have been a ;
var ‘ ¢ . : . ' mong the
jjJanuary, and the minimum is MANCHESTER, New Hampshire, Feb, 27. aa | not possible, to at least give em- ire at No. 10 D g.
Sittin indiciary and’ a 1/25,000 monthly called for by ea alc 7 ve ; ———4 2 @ris } 7 Phiten ; a ta visitors at No. 10 Downing Street
— . sleet aaa: Gilat Replace a | cement. The high figure for the A NURSE who attended the cancer ridden woman. fo nies nt. 7 7 Se ae ‘ad }--the. Prime Minister's official
riests ¢ z Mi > gh fig > > 7 "i = . » ) a? ce P si es . » Cabi
Bie Achbishop of Port-of- || H short month just oncluded they whose murder Dr. Hermann N. Sander 1s on trial, today i PARIS, Feb. 27 } "the eee toda ignored See tae oe eo Pee
f ‘ peOhe 1 cea ee ro ’ ad Sa BE ee Sd pares) Aina ublic and srivate ‘oncern: | ~asants b-day g € tons have been confined mainly
receive the statue at Piarco || Creech Jones d is due largely to drought,} read from her “bedside notes” on ‘the approaching deati ee ake ‘lenkabs i ae jorders by land bai'iffs and later [to the Deputy Prime Minister, Man
from where it was placed } ie s a | hich obliged many farmers %& of the patient, ployees to iat sella. tlt by police to leave. Police made Herbert Morrison, the Foreign
jitmey decorated with ct LONDON, Feb. 27 | Send “ ee aosae 0 Dr. Sander is charged with having killed Mrs. Abbi event of a bus and metro stana- | "° further attempt to turn the Secretary, Mr. Bevin, Sir Staford
f and driven to they, Hector McNeil, Foreign |{slaughter. Loading schedules for I ; * se ee ‘ , t é S é tro ste peasants off ‘the land Gettin “es ones P
one ist a milelong prot Secretary Ernest’ Bevin's || Mare and® Aprit anticipate ship-| Borroto with air injections to end her suffering. still, following a strike vote now | P°#sants off the lanc rdtene Pacelli a one
of motor cars. . main Deputy, may become |! ment of only 30,000 tons. res ere Sei bath by umec weak a ae Paris Transpor. I, A landowner's representative Privy Seal, and Mr. William
” . ¢ i] iy svurse BuUZabetn OSe Sé SO d ; 8s. | ar's - ,
Wer in the afternoon the™stp- Britain’s Colonial Secretary, || —(Reuter.) (esdgean¢ Peeps: Baie celag < palledortadlagy + Babah emp eaten eee j told Reuter's to-n'ght that the Whitely, Government Chief Whip.
was taken from the Sact®da it was learned from : amp n evidence that on November 26 The Transport Ministry planne, | ipportioning of the land had not Aneuran Bevan is not in the
s 2g > a the nek fore man’s re siti ave > riv | hee as ic as e ~
‘Church and carried through | usually reliable source today. | D t +} H O oe “e weer before the we man’s to requisition all available privat: | been as quick as expected, be- Inner Cabinet.
of Port-of-Spain in the || Arthur Creech Jones, Colo- | uteh appy ver death—her patient was “vers
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PAGE TWO

OYALTY hasn't visited Bar-

bados for so long that the
younger generation has been all
of a flutter as to what they should
or should not do if they are in-
vited to official functions at Gov-
ernment House, ‘during the visit
of H.R.H. Princess Alice and
the Earl of Athlone. Carib’s
authority on royal etiquette gives
these hints.

Her Royal Highness will be
addressed as “Ma’am,” &nd the
Earl of Athlone as “Sir” or prefer-
ably “My Lord.”

On presentation to both Princess
Alice and to the Earl of Athlone,
ladies will half curtsy and, at the
same time, shake hands, Gentle-
men will incline their heads and
shake hands. Husbands will be
presented before wives.

On ell evening occasions, tails
will be worn, with Orders and
Decorations, but if unavailable,
white shell jacket (with orders
and decorations) or dinner jacket
(without orders and decorations)
may be worn.

Ladies wi!l wear long white (or
pastel coloured) gloves, but as
these are not easily procurable,
half length white gloves or white
lace gloves will be in order. Ladies
shake hands with their gloves on.

For the Garden Party, gentle-
men should wear morning coat if
available; if not, lounge suit.
Ladies must wear hats and half-
length gloves. Long frocks (with
long gloves) are not necessary,
but may be worn if desired.

On all other oceasions—lunch-
eons, or presentations during Her
Royal Highness’ visits to local
institutions, gentlemen will wear
Iounge suits, and ladies, hats and
gloves.

Guests invited to the Garden
Party on Wednesday, the 8th of
March, are asked to be lined up
ready for presentation by 4.15

.m
On all occasions, guests are
asked to bring their invitation
cards

imalveunent of Baldwin's

ay

HE Trojans Sports Club in

Antigua, is organising a
Variety Fair to be held at Gov-
ernment House on 28rd March
under the distinguished patronage
of His Excellency the Governor
The 23rd March 1949 was a great
day in Antigua, one never to be
forgotten, “Baldwin’s Day’

ne »«

Castles In The Air

LMOST another year has past

and the construction of the
long promised new hospital in
Antigua has not yet been started.
Over a period of years seven
thousand pounds have been spent
in drawing up various elaborate
plans which have found their way

into the waste paper basket. This
island could well have afforded
to have erected one good ward
costing around £10,000 to tide

them over instead of having wasted
so many years building eastles in
the air. A new Nurses’ Hostel is
now being built. Perhaps we shall
see a new ward this year. Here's
Hoping!

On F iar Neate” Leave

“No, auntie, it’s not the
white oread that gives him.
husteria—il's those scraps

of eve mutton



Lusdon express Service.

Wedding
R. C. Leruy oxeew, only son
of Mr. and Mrs. A. Skeete
of Promenade Road was married
recently at the White Park Pi grim
Holiness Church to Miss Kuth
Elaine Walker, eldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Waiker
The bride wore a dress of emboss-
ed sheer, a long flowing head-
dress of Lace Tulle kept in posi
tion with feathers. She carried
a bouquet of Anthur.um Lilies
and Queen Anne’s Lace

The maid of honour was Miss
Hazel Mascoll, Her dress was o!
pink taffeta and she carried 4
fan-shaped bouquet of Carnations
and Snap Dragons.

The bridesmaids were Miss
Virginia Janniere and Miss Vero-
nica Alleyne, who wore dresses of
green sheer with black accessories
The bride was given in marriag:
by her eldest brother Mr. N. V
Wa'ker and the bestman was M)
A. Skeete, and the ushers were
Master D. D. Walker and Master
S. W. Walker, brothers of the
bride.

The ceremony which was fully
choral, with Master Glyne Masco!i
at the organ was performed by
Rev. L. L. Miller, and the recep-
tion was held at the home of thc
bride’s mother.

n« n«@

First Holiday Visit
R. ROBERT JAMIESON,

Attorney-at-Law of Cleve
land, Ohio, was an arrival on
Saturday morning by Trans-

Canada-Airlines for a holiday. H«
was accompanied by his wife and
daughter Miss Marjorie Jumieson
and they are staying at Sz:

Lord's Castle



Mr. Jamieson told Carib that h
expects to, be in the Caribbean
until April 1, and while in Bart
dos, he will visit Some of tne
other islands. He said that he had
visited the West Indies 1 Seve
occasions on cruise Ships but
this is his first holiday visit to the
island and he is very glad to be
in this climate.

He left Cleveland freezing
weather and when he got to
Montreal, there was an awful
snow storm which necessitated

the running of snow ploughs con-
stantly in order to keep runways
open.

Vice-President of the Regional
Plan Commission for the whole
area of Cleveland, Mr. Jamieson

R. AND MRS. R. B. AUSTIN, 8aid that they have charge of zon-

arrived from Grenada
yesterday by B.W.1LA., live in
Trinidad, where Mr. Austin is a
Driller with Trinidad Leaseholds
Lid. He is on four months’ leave

One month was spent in Trini-
dad and they have been in
Grenada for almost another and
if they like Barbados they will
probably stay for another month
here From their short stroll
around Hastings yesterday they
think it is very pleasant; much
busier than Grenada, in fact they
say that it reminds them of Trini-
dad, there is so much traffic on
the streets. They are guests at
the Hotel Royal.

who

BY THE WAY ...

THE chairman of a Rent Tribun-

ing for planning, sewage, highway
and park areas and will be very
much interested in seeing what i
being done here in that connection

n«

Celebrated Soprano
ISS Gracita Faulkner

nae

a cele-

brated soprano is expected
to arrive in Antigua on Easter
Sunday. She is a native of Ane

sada, British Virgin Islands, who
a studied in the U.S.A. ha
great success there and now con-
templates a tour throughout the
West Indies with Mr. Walter G
P. Chambers, well known Anti-
guan pianist, as her accompanist

is another story.” “But, my dear

the

ce CL OLA LLL LLL LLL

Carib Calling

After Two And aHalf Years

R. & Mrs. C. H. Wilkie re-

turned to Barbados by
B.W.1.A. on Saturday with their
Antiguan born son Bernard. Mr
Wilkie has completed two and 2
half years’ service with Cable &
Wireless there and will now be
on a month’s vacat'on before re-
euming his duties on the Barbados
staff. Both Mr. and Mrs. Wilkie
were very popular in Antigua and
their many friends will miss them
cspecially those with whom they
regularly went fishing.

To Spend Two Weeks With

Her Sister

ISS MINNIE WELLS who ‘s

a member of the Staff of the
American Consula‘e left on Sun-
day by B.W.LA., to spend two
weeks’ holiday with “her sister
Mrs. Freddie Potter in St. Lucia.
Mr. Potter is Manager of the St.
‘uucia Branch of Cable and Wire-
less and has himself recently re-
iurned from a holiday in England,

Were Here Seven Years Ago

RR. and Mrs, Frank M. Man-
4 son who have been spend ng
five weeks at Super Mare Guest
House left on Sunday on the first
leg of their return journey home.
They live in Worthington Minne-
ota and they were in Barbados
seven years ago.

ne

»«

Comings And Goings

RS. S. V. ASHBY of La Casita,
I Brighton was also in Trini-
cad for Carnival. She was away
for one week staying with her
parents who live in St. James,
l'rinidad. She returned on Sunday
by B.W.LA.

« te
Mr. Andrew “Christine, Man-
ager of the Central Agency
, turned on Sunday by B.W.1.A
Ile returned from a business visit
t> Curacao and Aruba via Trini-
cad. He was away for sixteen
cays.
* ” %
Mr. S. E. Roland Smith, who
is an Agency Inspector of
Imperial Chemical Industries in
Jamaica returned to that Colony
after spending five days here and
he was a guest at the Ocean View
hotel.

>
Mrs Hamish Mitchell whc
come in by T.C.A. on Saturday
morning from Bermuda left on

Sunday en route for Antigua where
ve will be staying at the “Mill
Reef Club.” Mrs. Mitchell lives
Southampton, Bermuda
Ke r

Miss Mona Niles, of the Admin-

ration Department, St. Lucia,
returned home on Sunday, by
B.W.1,A. after spending two
months’ vacation with her rela-

tives, Miss Doreen Niles and Miss
Gwendolyn Gay of Maxwell Road,
Christ Church.
*
Col. J. Reginald Branch, Com-
nissioner of Police of the Leeward
Islands arrived from Antigua on
Saturday by B.W.I.A. to attend
Conference of Police Com-
missioners which takes place this
week in Barbados.
4 *” ood
Mr. Theodore Gittens, of Lav
and Connell, left for Antigua on
Sunday by B.W.I.A
7 +

ms
Mr Norris Hughes from
Grenada who has been in Barba-
dos during the Intercolonial

Cricket Tournament between
British Guiana and Barbados re-
turned to Grenada on Sunday by
B.W.LA
* + EY

Mr. Trevor Fox, Engineer of
Cable and Wireless’ Barbados
Branch is on a week's “Station
Leave, and is spending it in
Antigua. He left on Sunday by
B.W.I1.A.

By Beachcomber

Maffleham. She carried a vacuum

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





8,
American
Gi
irl Prefers
England

JEAN Brown Sanders, of
land, Ohio, came to Englan
1935, to attend finishing school
Now, at 34, she has just returnes
to América—for a visit.

She liked England so much afte)
her first few months that she dce-
cided to adopt this country as her
home. She has developed a com-
pletely English accent.

In 1985 finishing school for her
lasted only a fortnight, as she
found her previous studies im
dietetics in advance of those offer-
ed at the school.

With Scotlaad Yard

She took her first job as dietician
at a nursing home at Sevenoaks,
Kent. In 1938 she joined the
Scotland Yard food service de-
partment.

In the war she joined the
W.A.A-F., and soon she was tre.-
ing cooks at an average of 30 8
week. In 1944 she was posted as
lecturer on diet to a WAAF
officers’ training school.

Later she planned special diets
for men released from Japanese
prisoner of war camps.

While in the W.A.A.F. she met
and married South African-born
Robin Simpson, an organist and
pianist.

Went to India

Mr. Simpson was posted to India
in 1945. Jean was demobilised @
year later, worked for a time ir
Germany with the Malcolm Clubs,
and then joined her husband in
India.





Where Is “Buzz”’

HAT has happened to Uriah

“Buzz” Butler, Labour boss
from Trinidad, who went to
England twelve months ago? After
addressing several public meetings
in and around London “Buzz”
suddenly vanished from the public
eye. Colonial Office officials say
they know nothing about him anc
West Indians in London say they
have not seen or heard him
months. Someone in London
asked Mr. Matthews of the
Coloured Workers’ Union if he
could tell him where to get in touch
with “Buzz”, he immediately re-
plied, “Ah, you want to find out
if he is married or not.” Matthews
probably knows more of Butler's
movements than anyone else in
England and his remarks may be
interpreted to substantiate the
rumour that “Buzz” has married an
English girl and is living quietly
in the country.

«> <>

On Honeymoon
R. AND MRS. L. MAINGOT
who were recently married
in Trinidad are now spending
their honeymoon in Barbados and

iol

are staying at “Accra,” Rockley.
They expect to leave about
March 4.

Wednes-
day
at 8.30
)

al was told by a woman that she Doctor,” replied the outraged flask and a folding cheir. Later, MADAM
had seen three mice im her flat. parent, “I tell you the whole at- the crowd sang “Rule Britannia”
‘Don’t you keep a cat?” he asked. mosphere of that house is wrong.” in her honour, By 6 a.m. there TIAM
“No,” she replied. “I’ve got a “Spirits,” said Smart-Allick. were 2,364 people in the queue “i
grandmother.” “Yes.” he added under his breath, Shortly after 8.30 there was ¢ FOOK
The provincial paper which re- and shaking with laughter. “Spir- wild rush towards the entrance
ports this occurrence might have its.” “Mr. Tarper,” said the visitor, hall, as a sound had been heard. Dutch
added the probable sequel. A cat “is nota spirit, What is he doing The police, who kept the crowd ute
was bought, and grandmother said here?” “He is assisting Mr. War- at bay, explained that a cat had Guiens
to it, “Tibbles, from now on you'll blow,” replied Smart-Allick, “to knocked over a tin, At 9.30 a auiana
have to catch your own mice.” get rid of the—er—spirits. A case dusky gentleman entered. the Danci
and a half per day.” “I beg your building, There were cries of “It's NS
The Narkover Scandal pardon?” “Nothing, nothing. I was a Maharajah! He’s in love with Star
“MY dear Mr. Peppercroft,” said thinking aloud,” “I find your at- her!” Twenty minutes later the ”
Smart-Allick, “your complaint is titude most unsatisfactory,” said dusky gentleman came out again
that a man with a red face asked Mr Peppercroft.” I shall write to alone, He explained to a group and
Mr. Warblow to come and have a the governors.” “As you will, sir,” of hysterical girls that he was noi
drink. This, sir, is not a Trappist replied the headmaster. “We have a Maharajah, but a chimney re
monastery. Mr. Tarper I can nothing much to hide.” sweep. Then, at 10,12, the star ap- SYD
vouch for. His face has been réd ‘ 1 peared, and an ugly rush was with .
since infancy—a trouble in the Trivia Tansy Goes Shopping difficulty stemmed by the police. VANDER-
blood, I believe. As for all this AT 6.15 last night a queue be- Epitaph LYDE
about a poltergeist, Mr. Warblow gan to form outside the block of Here lies an overfed rhinoceros, m
cannot control the other world, flats in which Trivia Tansy lives Stuffed with the dainties human! B.G’s
and if nothing worse than acham- It had become known that the beings provide. “G's Ace
pegne bottle is ever found in your British star was going shopping on “My gain,” he grunted merrily, Cc .
boy’s overcoat pocket you are a the next morning. Xhe first to “is their loss,” omedian
jucky father. They found seventy arrive and take up her positior And laughed and laughed and
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1. Silky temporary home. (6)
4. Dance step trom the spa
6. A game for gamblers. (8)
8. You'll never finish if you don't.

(3)

(9)
. More arrivais nave it. (4)
. A letter the Greeks may eat ? (3)
. This thing is comforting. (3)
Stops. (7)
. This way, a gory copse will assist
mechanics. (9)
It's bad form to smoke a cigar
with this. (7)
21. The meaning of this clue is not
clear. (5)
22. Running water.
23. Needed for the skin game ? (4)
. Describes @ picturesque scene
(5)

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Down
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i8 To small aceount you'd get agree
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| Parliament. Nineteen were So-
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ene a Liberal. Ail had been elected |
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| Bighteen were married women. |
| Right to vote was first accorded |
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Plymouth in November i919, sat
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%; breath was co
eS Dr
snort gasps, ve E
the patient's arm wi
- Lege saw him move t
a es vo Mrs. Borrx s
said, “T heard a louder gasp.
he needie was in the arm, the
e rf was back, and there was
Hittle blood, indicating we
agie Was in the vein.
a Sanders sat erect
. ae as he iistened to Mi
oes. bis face flushed visibly for the
+ time during the irial. His
motionless beside him
iss Rose said then
te the foot of the bed and
took up a position at the left side.
a “How was Dr. Sander standing
relation vo you?” the prosecv-
7 P Mr. William L. Psiney, asked
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without
3S 10S]

(nat she

é¥e had his back to me.”
ft. “Could you. see what he was
| ing?”
; SP eaio.” 7
P Nurse Rose said Dr. Sander

ded her the syringe and needle
after about three minutes.
Asked if Dr. Sander had made
av other statemenv to her, she
answered: “He said he would no-
ty her people, and eall the under-
i. Piiss Rose said that when Dr.
Sander left the room, “I went off
bes: tp close off my chari at the desk



am in the hallway.” een
“ae—sCThe ‘final ent she said, read:
hy a Jp nulse—patient expired.”

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Cuban | Sugar

4 Price In Peril

NEW YORK (By Mail).

Acurrent weakness in the price

Cuban sugar is being attribut-
m here to the urgent need of

me warehouse space in Cuba
Wm fact Cuba, rushing production,
appears to have overspent herself
use she musi sell quickly and
Mayers, knowing it, hold off as
as possible to Keep the price

: the moment more than 140
Puban mills are grinding and Cuba
expected to produce three mil-
jion tons more sugar than she can
“possibly svore. Experts say that
wae until this position is changed the
market will not alter and prices
next February will be the same
' as now. Buyers, keenly aware of
| the pressure on Cuban sellers, are
holding off until it becomes so
acuie the island will be glad to
get rid of the sugar at a discount.
—B.U.P.

$36 Millions

For German Sugar

FRANKFURT (By Mail).
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ministration has authorised the
Hexpenditure of $36,000,000 ‘on
sugar by the West German Govy-
immenv. Marshall Aid dollars will
Seover purchases from the U.S.,
E Puerto Rico and Hawaii to the ex-
tent of $21,000,000 and the U.S.
fund for relief in occupied terris
» tories will provide ine balance,
tthis sugar coming mainly from
Formosa and South America.—

BUP.



























Dearer U.S.
Citrus Crop

WASHINGTON (By Mail).
A rise in the price of civrus
tits in the U.S. is forecast by the
U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Oranges will certainly fetch more

n now until May, bad weather
“taving spoiled vhe crop, and de-
,Mand, especially from juice can-
/ hers, having risen.

The U.S. grapefruit crop is the
pMnallest for ten years and the
pepresent high prices are also ex-
ePecied to continue. Grapefrult
| Moducers received three times as
Much for their crop during this

Year, as they did during January,

1949 —B.U.P.



Mauretania Will
Earn Over $1m.

NEW YORK (By Mail),

4 Cunard liner “Mauretania”
expected to earn about £500,000
Mdollars for Britain on her West
, cruises this winter. The
Se Mauretania” visived Barbados in
ie Jauary—B.UP,



Bahamas Currency

Controls Eased

NASSAU (By Mail).

The Bahamas Government, on
advice of the British Treasury,
ve relaxed currency exchange
*Wlrictions to encourage outside
€stments in the Bahamas.
hew concessions will allow
rfesidenis to withdraw their
eects at any time, and it is
ped they will encourage Britons,
a. cts and Canadians to pur-
mse real estate and build homes
Colony.—B.U.P.














» Bermuda Gets
First Good Well

HAMILTON (By Mail).
first good drinking-waver
Bermuda has been found
‘S. water diviner brought
milton by Mr. Kenneth Rob-
famous novelist.
ated with a hazel switch,
Robe Struck 80 feet down and
i. rts and members of the
"Be crew who tasted the water
~ it “clean, soft and fresh”. A
ae ee confirmed this.
Jans have relied on rain-
tad gtected in catchmenv ~~
, Previous wells dug in the
7 have ‘been brackish, —

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Sea Eggs, Flying
Fish In Jamaica

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

KINGSTON, Jea. (By Mail).

_ The Fisheries Department, act-
ing on the information that edible
S€a eggs and flying fish are to be
found off the coast of Jamaica, is
investigating the possibilities of
developing a loca} trade in these
sea foods.

One of the three species of
edible sea eggs that are found in
Barbadian waters and which form
a large part in the dietry of Bar-
badians can be found off the
coast of Jamaica

The Fisheries Cfficer has placed
orders with Barbados for a test
shipment of sea urchins anc
delivery is expecied any time
now. They will be placed experi-
mentally on the local market.

Local fishermen believe that
with proper tackle they could
make large catches of flying fish,
and the Fisheries Officer has in-
vestigated the Barbados method
of trapping this fish with the aim
of having it applied here to boost
marine food supplies.



R.C. Bishop Resigns
After 20 Years

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

KINGSTON, Jca. (By Mail).

Bishop Thomas A, Emmet, head
of the Roman Catholic Mission in
Jamaica for the Past twenty
years has resigned and will be
returning shortly to America. He
first came to the island in 1916
and served as Parish Priest and
Headmaster of St. George's College
until] 1921 when he returned to
the United States. He was con-
secrated Bishop of Tuscania and
Vicar Apostolic here in 1930. His
successor is the Very Rev. John
J. McEleney, S.J., Provincial of
the New England Province of the
Society of Jesus:

Wants Meat F actory
For Jamaica

(Barbados Adv»cate Correspendent)

KINGSTON, ica. (By Mail).

Hon. Sir Harold Allan, Minister
of Finance, is in communication
with Colonia] Development Cor-
poration with regard to the es-
tablishment of a meat processing
factory in Portland, the eastern
portion of which Parish he repre-
sents in the House of Representa-
tives,

In the scheme it is intended to
include the rearing of pigs and
other small stock on a very large
scale for the production of ham,
bacon and allied products,

oes

R.A.F. Spitfires

HONG KONG, Feb., 27.
Royal Air Force Spitfire crews
were standing by here today in
case Chinese Nationalist planes
attack commercial aircraft on the
ground, Spitfires are making more
patrols of the Hong Kong frontier.
Nationalist planes have recently
made attacks frequently on the

Chinese side of the border.
—Reuter.



.
Police Dogs

LYONS, Feb., 27.
Police dogs here today began to
hunt for two bandits who shot
and killed M. Georges Andre, pro-
prietor of the Durand Steel-works,
when they robbed his apartment
of 2,000,000 francs yesterday. The
men wearing masks bound the
hands and feet of Madame Andre
her two daughters and son-in-law
while they ransacked the apart-

ment before finding the safe.

—Reuter.

——

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HOLLYWOOD: New — York's
Stock Exchange is considering \
TV programme over privately-
owned station to seli shares—Rex
Harrison abandoned plans to direct
a Broadway play because his doc-

tor ordered him to take a rest}

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cinema audience
f cowboys—Hollywood is
1 for life stories of golf stars,
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Worla Copyright. Be arryngement with Daily Heraia

1949-50 Important
Says C.S.A. Report

THE year 1949-50 has been an extremely important one,
says the Report of the Council of the Barbados Civil Service

B.G. Export
Trade Drops

GEORGETOWN, (By Mail).
British Guiana started off the
year with a reduction in her
export trade by $1,302,803. For
the first month of the year ex-
ports totalled $2,742,562 compared
with $4,055,365 for January, 1949,

Imports on the other hand
showed an increase of nearly
half-a-million dollars, being
$4,208,089 compared with
$3,772,049 for the same month
in 1949.

Nearly 24,000 tons of bauxite
less than in January, 1949 were
shipped, causing a reduction of
more than $100,000 in the value
of the Colony’s exports.

577,920 gallons of molasses were
exported as against none shipped
in January last year. The entire
shipment of molasses was made
to the U.S.A. earning $57,792.

Timber is the only item ex-
ported during January’ which
shows anything like a substantial
increase over last year’s January
exports, A total of 24,292 cubic
feet of round and hewn timber
valued at $35,614 was exported in
contrast with 7,685 cubic feet
valued $11, 821.

981 ounces of gold went to the
U.S.A. worth $46,723.

Highest single item on the im-
ports list was flour, $301,948
worth having been brought to the
Colony. In January, 1949. flour
imports were about $33,000 more
than this year.



LeopardEscapesZoo

OKLAHOMA, Monday.

A hundred armed United States
Marines, Police State Troopers
and volunteers were out gain
today hunting for a leopard
which escaped from a local 120
on Saturday .

Yesterday a 37 acre section of
dense woodland was set on [ir
in the hope of flushing the ani-
mal, while planes in radio com-

munication with the ground
parties flew over. ;
One plane reported sighting

the leopard about one mile east
of the fire but a search party
rushed to the spot failed to find iv.

Citizens of Oklahoma turned
out in their thousands to watch
and help in the “big game” hunt.

So dense were the crowds that
one searcher jocularly announced
“if they locate the leopard it will
probably be found trampled to
death.”

Sunday motorists crowded
highways and country roads lead-
ing north and east from the Lin-
coln Park Zoo from which the
leopard recently imported from
India escaped by jumping over
the 20 foot wall of iis pit.

When highway patrolmen sped
into the area to check a rumour
that the animal was seen the
patrol truck wéuld be followed
by a stream of cars. Police had
to set up road blocks to keep
motorists out of the area.

—Reuter.

GOOD WHALE CATCHES

CAPETOWN, Monday.

Whale hunting expeditions in
the Antarctic are going ahead of
schedule. Their catches amount to

about 200 units daily. They
would reach their target — by
March 10th instead of April 7,

Reuter.

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Association.

The Report deals with such subjects as the

Whitley Council, Structure and Salary and General Staffing

Questions.

It records that the new salary
scales reported as agreements at
the end of last year, have been
implemented. A Civil Establish-
ment Bill has been placed on the
Statute book, and the re-organisa-
tion recommended in the Adams
report is anxiously awaited. Cate-
gorical promises of re-organisa-
tion have been given both to the
Service and the Legislature, but
our latest information is that with
the exception of the works depart-
ments, re-organisetion has been
indefinitely postponed.

In the Council’s view, a re-or-
ganisation of the structure of the
service is absolutely necessary to
fit the service for the intricate
needs of a modern and awakened
community, and the Assoeiation
must redouble its efforts to attain
these structural changes; in the
interest both of its members and
of the community.

With respect to the Works De-
partments, His Excellency has
been pleased to appoint a com-
mittee to make recornmendations
upon the re-organisation of the
following departments, Public
Works, Highways and ‘Transport,
Architect and Planning, Govern-
ment Electrical Inspector and Air-
port, Harbour and Shipping The
Staff Side of the Whitley Council
has nominated the General Secre-
tary to serve upon this Committee.





Changes
Changes in the conditions of
Service of public servants are to

be considered by a Whitley Coun-
cil Committee under the Chair-
manship of the Colonial Secretary.

The training of Civil Servants is
being studied by a committee ap-
pointed by the Governor, to which
the Council has nominated the
President, and Mr. H. A. Vaughan.

The Commission on the Unifica-
tion of the public services in the
Caribbean area, has reported, but
the report has not yet been pub-
lished. Another delegation of the
F.C.S.A. gave evidence before the
Commission and presented a
memorandum.

On the question of the Whitley
Council, the Report says that last
year it was reported that the Staff
side of the Council had recorded
an objection to the existing Whit
ley Constitution. The Council has
not succeeded in having the con-
Stitution brought into line with
that of similar bodies in the
United Kingdom, the Report adds,
but the Administration attempted
to make the present set up more
workable, by offering to increase
the Council to four a site, and to
put a House of Assembly member
of the Executive Committee on
the official side.

New Arrangement

The Staff has accepted the new

arrangement which has been put

into operation without prejudice
to its claims that the Whitley
Council should be mandatory

rather than advisory.

The Council is again unable te
report much progress on the ques-
tion of departmental Whitley
Councils, which has been consid-
ered in Part 2 of the Adams Re-
port. An agreement has been
reached that those matters in
Part 2 of the Adams Report which
relate to conditions of service will
be dealt with by a committee un-
der the chairmanship of the



VealU ofvuans LIU

(ALPHA PHARMACY)

Colonial Secretary. The commit-
tee has been constituted, but has
not yet held its first meeting.

The Report says this about
Structure and Salary

The new pay scales mentioned
in our last report have been im-
plemented, they have been critic-
ised, but the Council satisfied
that, taking all factors into consid-



is

eration, they represent fairly well
balanced relativities

There has been great disap-
pointment on the method of

assimilation to the new scales, the
Association’s claim for assimila-
tion by corresponding points could
not be rebutted on the grounds of
logic or equity, but foundered
upon the rock of expediency. The
Official side could not agree to this
method, not because it was wrong
but because—they said—the Colo-
ny could not afford it

Under these circumstances
staff side were constrained to
accept without prejudice to thei:
claim for corresponding points,
the method of assimilating based
on proximity of amounts,—plus
an increment. Unfortunately when
the final award was made, the
added increment was commuted
to a bonus in the case of officers
who were eligible for an incre-
ment, and whose salary was in ex
cess of $960 per annur

Advised

The Association was advised, a

the

was the Legislature that Part Il
of the Adams’ Report would be
dealt with immediately following
the implementation of Part I
However the Council is now in
formed that consideration of the

re-organisation of the service has
been postponed indefinitely, with
the exception of the following de-

partments, the Public Works,
Highways and _ Transport the
Government Electrical Inspectors

the Architect and Planning Office

Airport and Harbour (including
Lighthouses).
The Governor-in-Executive

Committee has appointed a com-
mittee to consider the recommen-
dations of the Salary Commission-
er in respect of the re-organisation

of the above departments. The
staff side has nominated a mem-
ber to this committee

The Council, however has not
relaxed its efforts to secure a
proper structure in the service
Two representatives (Messrs. R

Parris and L. N. Chenery) appear-
ed before the Specialist Committee
appointed by His Excellency the
Governor and made renresenta-
tions on the points which were
outlined briefly in a memorandum
prepared for the benefit of the
request. The
entertain high

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sndents 3

1g that he was making no
predictions, Deputy Prime Minis-
ter’ Herbert Morrison told a
Labour Party Jubilee Celebration
here tonight that they would be
“wise to be prepared for another
rection sooner rather than later.”

Thenking party workers for hav-
ing got out the biggest aggregrte
vote in British history, Morrison
aid “Subject to our people being
wise and sensible in their propa-
ganda, in the meantime, it is, I
think, a fair assumption that the
Tories (Conservatives) have polled
their maximum.”

He said that the Britsh elector-
ate would have a chance to think
again before the next election
when “I hope it will decide to
return Labour with an adequate
working majority and not to re-
create the extremely = difficult
situytion which will now face
all parliamentary parties” of the
Liberal party vote of more than






two million with only 9 seats
won, The Liberals, as far as he
could see, “have not done much
good to themselves or anybody
else.” He added “It may well be

that Liberal intervention damagedc
Labour no less than the Tories—
possibly more”. ¢‘I did not know,
I do not know. But I should like
to find out.”

“The real question that remains
for Liberal is : Are they a party
of progress or are they not? Do
they want the nation to move
forward or do they wish it to go}
back?”’—Reuter
hopes that the committee will re-
port in favour of creating a
proper structure in the service

Reporting on General Staffing
Questions, the Report records that
last year the Council reported that
an examination would be made of
the disciplinary procedure of the
‘unestablished staff”. The Coun-
cil has to report that the staff side |
has reached an agreement which
modifies this procedure consider-
ably, and which will assure that
not only is justice done, but that
it will appear to have been done.

The Council is gravely concern-
ed with the procedure adopted in
making promotions. The Council |
is not satisfied that the machinery |
for making promotions is adequate |
or proper and in its view the
annual report form is inadequate
In the absence of establishment
officers the Council is convinced
that the administration is not in a
position properly to assess officers
ind their abilities. |

The Council is further convine- |
ed that in the absence of Depart-
mental Whitley Councils, no ma-
chinery exists for the airing of
dissatisfaction arising oul of pro-|
motions. Further, there is no
machinery through which candi-
dates whe have been overlooked
can appeal, Briefly, the Council is
satisfied that the promotions com-
nittee as it now functions does
not have adequate data on which





to form a balanced estimate of
fficers and their capabilities.
With regard to those appoint

nents which fall to the Secretary

{ State, the Council deplores the
atsence of any machinery, or even
of any attempt, to carry out the
Secretary of
that when filling posts in this area
a West Indian who is as wel!
qualified or nearly as well quali
fied, will be given preference ove)
expatriates

rhe institution of a Public Ser
ice Commission to advise on pro



motions, appears to be the onl)
itisfactory solution and the
Council shall therefore continue to

press for its creation,



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Codrington Coll s UK, Sales Of Cigars, Kum, al
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THE installation of Princess f Continue To Decline
| Alice as Chancellor of the Uni- age of thirty-six Codrington re- their bodies, but the particu-
| versity College of the West Indies, signed his appointment in 1704 lars of the constituwons - LONDON. |
Tuesday, February 28, 1950 | brings to mind the only other and retired to his estates in Bar- leave to the Society compose- British imports of cigars during the first nine {
atc cette ND | College in this area. The older bados; where he died six years of wise amd good men.’ ane 1949 were less than a third of the cor-|{ Usually }
re | College is well known and has later. i Queen Anne interested herse: . ing 1947 figures, while stocks of rum in Tins TRINIDAD GRAPEFRUIT HEARTS 33 —27
Sugar Follow t p , p-oduced men ee held ne aa ee we of in ine erection of the Couese.|ipe country have almost doubled in a year. These | Tins BOURNE ABEL BEER—per battle > $1.22 — gg
a ‘ j positions in the Empire. ne ouls,’ records the extraof- and timber wa: nt from uic| points are made in a memorandum sent by the | ¢ ‘—per rattle “ae
THE recent sugar*talks in Grenada point | of these sons of Codrington. Sir dinazy genius which — so uameures iain ky ee pee a = acent “Ge coniselh Aas } c 8 et ie Call 9 sant : 2
unmistakably th in political devel- | Ernest St. John Dranch, was once young a man to win his laurels war. However, it was uot thought | freasury, the Secretary of State for the Colonies |- ‘
stakably to a growth . washes ke |Chief Justice of Jamaica, and jn so many and so varied voca- that the time was fige role; C sod the’ Secretary of State for Commonwealth COLONNA DER STORES
opment of the West Indies. Politicians | later Chief Justice of Ceylon. — tions of life. At the age when College, but after various delays | Relations.
’ ‘> TT ——— —

and sugar experts met at Government
level and have decided not to entertain the
offer of the British Government to the
British West Indies Sugar Association ior
a quota of 640,000 tons of sugar but io re-
quest permission from the Secretary of
State for the Colonies to send a political
delegation to bargain with the Ministry of
Food on a new compromise basis of the
present West Indian surplus sugar produc-

tion, estimated at 729,000 tons. olding positions of responsibility i - the first Principal. BARI os cuicanl id 6.6 7.9 plus 1.3

The only vital point yet to be settled Hin this island. The older Chris- ee Gn. i iag It ‘s remarkable that Codring- See as oi PORCELAIN SINKS, 27 ins. x 18 ins, a

is the best time for the delegation to go to oes Saiera Canbbae lass. ih building which is now the pn eek er eels, 19 sean PORCELAIN BASINS, 25 x 18 ins. & 22 x 1 q

London. The present state of flux result- | 1689, and at his ores 1s Ct eae cotan Ta Kext the first Theological College in Total 2.46 1.27. minus 1.19 (with or without Pedestal) ins, |

ing from the General Elections makes it left a son, Christopher ITi, to cav- GA. 5," St Michael's Chureh, England; and Bishop Coleridge, r a ae ;

siaminatibhe for an immediate visit. This oe Sopher ects Bee ‘ Bridgetown, by the Rev. W. Gor- after retirement in 1642, returnee 1948 1949 ee pagina Rihe d %in., Yin. %4in., & 1% in,
lentered at Christ Church as a don, the Rector. Six years later to England and became the first}... 6.96 12.67 plus 5.71 l £

must wait until it is quite certain what
plans Mr. Attlee is making for the Govern-
ment of the United Kingdom. But it is
imperative that negotiations should begin
at the earliest moment, which should be
certainly in April.

Under a cloud of uncertainty and with

vides . : lstudent, for four years after hiS money to his College of All Souis. Indies will be more fortunate Y V i '
feelings of frustration the West {ndian clection to All Souls he was The Society for the Propagation than Codrington, which has haa}of the Colonies which produce it. Li f ay ee ees
5 many disasters in its long and “From the revenue point of view the decline 0

Governments met in Grenada essentially

! Codrington College was found-
|ed by Christophe: Codrington Ill,
who was born in 1668. His grand-
| father, Christoph or Codrington |,
'came of an ancient Gloucester-
| shire family, ence having heard cf
{the wonders of the New World
f-om his uncle, John Codrington,
| who had settled in Virginia in
| 1606; left England in the reign of
Charles I, when only a cadet, to
}try and make his fortune.
Christopher I, came to Barbados
and became a wealthy planter;
when he died his two sons were

gentleman-commoner on July 3,
1685. Afte; taking his degree he
| was elected to a fellowship at All
Souls, Oxford, in 1690. He de-
voted himself to ancient and
*modern languages, literature, his-
tory, divinty, physic, and logic,
also he was considered a wit and
poet. He was by no means a mere



|rende-ing conspicuous service in

most men just start to enjoy suc-
cess, Codrington, loaded with
University honours and Milita-y
distinctions, retired to his plan-
tations to devote himself to the
more perfect cultivation of lea_n-
ing and the advancement of re-
ligion and philanthrophy.

By
CHARLES GAYTOIN

————

chaplain

lege. He was

his body was exhumed and _car-
ried to England to be deposited
in the ante-chapel of All Souls,
Oxford, where the single stone
upon his grave bears the one
word—
CODRINGTON

He had bequeathed his splendid
collection of books and a sum of

of the Gospel in Foreign Parts,
which had been founded in 1701,



a Grammar School was openeu
in 1745. (Now the Loage School).
It was not until another grea.
educationalist came to Barbaav-
«nat the College came into beims
in 1830.
Coleridge, seeing the need of @
constant supply of clergy, and the
difficulty of obtaining tnem from
Englana, made recourse to the
original plan and the Codringtor.
foundation became a College. The
of the S.P.G. estates,
John Hothersall Pinder, became

1947,” says Mr.

1 the Dominions

William Har.

pond have been

Of rum the*Memorandum says:
has been an increase in U.K. imports of rum during | |
the first nine months
little more than half the quanti-
jes recorded in t
and stocks have almost doubled.”

The following table
January 1 to September 30, in millions of gallons:



“The position has deteriorated continuously since
R. K! Winter, Secretary of the
Yrganisation which represents primary producers |

and Colonies.
“While there |!

of 1949, withdrawals from



he corresponding period of 1948



for rum covers the period

U.K. IMPORTS
1948 1949 Increase or |

Decrease

tinction of being the pioneer of

Warden of the Earliest Missionary
College in England, St. Augus-
tine’s, Canterbury. Thus Codring-
ton College claims the proud dis-

the Theological College movement
of the nineteenth century.

It is to be hoped that the
University Collegé of the West

chequered career. The first build-

The Memorandum continues:
gible proportion of the rum imported comes from
Commonwealth sources—British West Indies, Brit-
Mauritius and South Africa — and
>eing a by-product of the sugar industry it fol- |
lows that a large contraction of the demand such |
as has recently occurred in the market which nor-
mally absorbs practically the whole of the exports
of rum must react seriously on : i f
the sugar industry which is the economic mainstay

ish Guiana,

1.19 m. gallons in withdrawals as compared with

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\the army of William Ily in Fland-
‘erg, where he attracted the atten-



fy to make out a case.to Be peesented|to the the corresponding nine months of 1948 represents

ings were wrecked in the hurri- ©1214 millions in duty nls

was left his estates in the follow-








> British Government demanding greater 11:5) of the King and was made a on eaviate cane of 1730. Reopened in 1745,|@ loss of more than ee ee om
“consideration for West indian sugar. It |Captain of the First Regiment of “] give and bequeath my two #t was again demolished by the set elyeithe duty at anything like its present | 4
#) was necessary. Foot Guards. He wes thitty Yd Plantations in the Island of hurrigane of 1780. Rebull ai level of Zils. 2d. a gallon (preferential rate) with | ;
| 7 of age when his father died, and Fs sdos to the Society for the reopened in 1789, enlarged for the the upnsequent reduction of sales in this country | YES! MY DEAR iy
i Eepenees a ee eee prne W : dies ve Propagation of the Christian setting of the College on an)_iig not only inflict damage on the overseas sugar P 5
depend almost solely on sugar and without Command in the West *ndies.. Religion in Foreign Parts academic footing in age industry, ;with resulting serious effects on the

Christopher Codrington Lil re- ,y desire is to have the plan- completely destroyed by prosperity df the producing countries but also |

imperial preference or guaranteed markets

; \
eause a material loss in the customs revenue of

TERRY ss |
CHOCOLATES |

turned to the West Indies when q a f 1831, The hurricane

T - tions continued entire, and hurricane o . The

they cannot support themselves. They had | the state of the Islands was"very $09" he continued ert Tsiways of 1898 came on a succession ot | he United Kingdom. jin the customs West Indies
have already had to take

unsettled; his officials do not ap-
pear to have been always trust-
worthy or loyal to him. Codring-
ton proved himself to be a strong
and able ruler, but as is inevita-
ble with such men, he made ene-
mies; an appeal was lodged against
but was dismissed by the

and British Guiana
steps to reduce their output of rum by 25 per-
sent and in view of the continued piling up of
stocks here and overseas, this heavy cut seems
‘i f ove inadequate.”

athe “talile for lar between January 1, and
September 30 in pounds weight is as follows:

U.K. IMPORTS

years of poor financial returns
number of Professors and schol- from the sugar plantations, anc
lars maintained there, all of it appeared inevitable that the
them to be under vows of College would be closed. This
poverty and chastity and obe- was averted by the help of the
dience who shall be obliged to West India Committee and 4
study and practice Physics and generous grant from the S.P.G

hoped to be able to expand the industry kept thereon, and a convenient
and improve methods of production in or-
der to raise the general economy of the
area. If Great Britain consents to their

present generous demand, they will at



are sweeter and cheaper





him ; ; :
least under a long term agreement, be ’ . vig ee Chi 11 Divinity, Bicentenary Fund. On April 18
House of. Commons. Codrington irurgery as well as y, nary ae ; Increase or ;
saved the alternative of restricting what [and Admiral Benbow conducted that by the apparent useful- 1926 misfortune struck again, this 1947 1948 1949 Decrease TERRY’S CHOCOLATES 3
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. ti : thic | mira] Benbow’s death, a great themselves to the people and Tutor’s Quarters, the Common 8c. PER BAR
f Faced with a General Election in which expedition planned by him and have the better opportunities of Room, and the Students’ Rooms si >> 281.425 193,736 95,775 — 185,650
it might be raised against them that they | Admiral Whetstone against doing good to men’s souls were completely destroyed; only] other Brit. ; Terry’s Almond Dessert Chocolate
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get, | Total Pret. 350,187 216,673 106,528 en Terry’s Devon Milk Chocolate

the Ministry of Food hesitated to grant the

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y ” 6
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ments held their meeting at the time of the
Election and many of them heard of the
rejection by his constituency of the Secre-
tary of State for the Colonies who had
shown great sympathy with West Indian
sugar when the Food Minister rejected the
demands. To arrive at the conclusion tliey
did and at the time they did is a tribute to
their sanity and judgment.

A continued West Indian quota of
900,000 tons after 1952 would enable these

colonies to expand the industry as the)
expected to do; but even a quota f
725,000 tons after 1952 would maintain the

present production level which has not yet
reached 900,000 tons and afford breathing
space for the adjustment of other matters
connected with the industry.

There is always present at negotiations,
the extremist who must have according to
his view,—a limited view—all or nothing.
But there are fortunately also the practical
and sober minds who know that it is better
to ask for what is possible than to go crying
for the moon. The West Indies owe a great

tives of the various West Indian govern- |

whether the United States, or
the United States and Britain,
| should engage in direct, top-
level talks with Soviet Russia
in an effort to solve the critical
question of atomic control,
and other major cold war

es.

In the article that follows,
one of the highest ranking
| United States officials at the
United Nations, and key state
department expert-—Ambassa-
dor Ernest A. Gross gives an
exceptionally frank appraisal
of U.S. Russian relation in
telling why he believes such
talks would be unwise at this
time.

| LAKE SUCCESS, (By Mail).

| Why shouldn’t we sit down with
| the Russians outside of the United
| Nations and try to work out be-
}tween us an agreement on our
| major differences. including atomic
| energy?

I suppose the Soviet
| would like nothing better.
| It would probably be hard to
{find in all of history a situation
lin which an imperialist-minded
; power confronted with solid re-

Unibn

Ernest A. Gross

In none of these problems do
the issues divide the Soviet Union
on the one side and the U.S. along
on the other. In all of them the
interests of others are directly
involved.

Moreover, it is an interesting
fact which we should not overlook
that in those matters in which
we have carried on bi-lateral dis-
cussions with the Soviet Govern-

ment we have fared no better
than we have in the United
Nations,

Take Korea as an exainple.
During the war we entered into
agreement with the Soviet Union
defining the areas of Korea in
which each of us would accept the
surrender of Japanese troops. We
soon found out that the Russians
were deliberately distorting and
twisting this agreement by pre-
tending it was intended to set up
two zones of occupation in Korea.
For months on end we carried out
patient and persistent discussions.
We got nowhere.

The United Nations then took
the matter up. Here is a case where
we went from two-power discus-
sion to the United Nations. But

moral conduct?

To return to the atomic control
issue, the United Nations atomic |
plan does not violate or interfere
with sovereignty of the Soviet
Union any more or less than it
does of the United States or any
other country. From both the sci-
entific and political point of view
the experts who have worked on
it are convinced that this much
sovereignty must be pooled in
order to get effective control.

The Communists say that the
United Nations plan demands that
the Soviet Union turn over own-
ership of atomic
United Nations commission
which the United States has what

“This, of course, is nonsense. It
is nonsense not merely because |
there is no such thing as an auto-'
matic majority out also because |
even if there were, the kind of de- |
cision that would have to be made



|
j ; ;

by the United Nations in connec- | substantial reduction Ww

tion with the control plan would | of cigars to b

define the, '"*% *

rights and duties of *he parties to| munity

treaties which would

involve the loyal carrying out of |
such treaties. |

Preferential
Foreign

Increase or



1947 1948 1949 Decrease
1949 Over

1947
267,639 109,274 76,075 — 191,564
39,967 21,277 19,183 — 20,784
307,606 130,551 95,258 — 212,348

Total D

“The foregoing figures, -
imports of cigars 1
months of 1949 had shrunk to less than one-third
of importations in the corresponding period of 1947
and were not much more than half of the 1948 |
figures.

“This sharp drop has had

“show that

the youn t
facilities to a} which has been built D 2
in| the U.K Government during the

nloyment in a Colony which badly needs all possi-

they call an “automatic majority.” | ble encouragement to new
| much reduced.

“The loss to the U.K. revenue,
of preferential cigars
the figures for 1947. represent more than
As the preferential rate
lb. it must be conclud

e lowered to 4
present snending nower of the com-

no recovery s 3 D
and there is grave risk of the virtual extinction of

the cigar industrv in the West Indies.



says the Memorandum,

in the first nine |



up with the approval of
war vears. Em-

industries has been

if withdrawa!s
in 1949 are compared with
£600,000
‘of duty is now 64s. 9d
ied that unless there is A
shich will enable the price
figure more in keep-

of demand can be exvected

a disastrous eftort of)
g and promising cigar industry of Jamaica

Beautify

F

with Attractive

Cawrtains | :
and
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deal at Grenada to the presence there of

ici “It may be added that the difficulties of cigar
at least three politicians who can view

In other words, what the Soviet | e 9 ;
ers in Jamaica have been considerably

| sistance to its aggressive design,
Union in effect is saying is that it! manufactur

when the rest of the world repre-

regional problems apart from internal
issues. They owe much too to the hard work
behind the scenes of Professor Beasley and
his staff and to the vast amount of spade
work put in before the conference by the
representatives of the British West Indies
Sugar Association,

They have set themselves an attainable
standard and one which it is not easy for
the British Government to deny, if they

| did not turn its thoughts at once
|to efforts to divide the world up
into spheres of influence. I think
| history teaches also that this has
| never resuy'qyd in perpetuating
peace.
We must be aware of the futile
| appeal of this course. It involves
|simply an attempt to split apart
| the nations of the free world in the
hope that we, the strongest of the
| number, would throw some of our
| friends to the wolves and thereby

sented in the United Nations estab-
lished certain principles looking
toward a free and independent
Korea, the Soviets refused to par-
ticipate. They walked out on a
commission the U.N. set up, just
as they had walked out on the
earlier discussion which they had
held with the United States,
Would anybody seriously sug-
gest that we should surrender this
support we are getting from the
rest of the world on this matter

cannot trust the maiority of the}

world to carry out in good faith | the
production costs
extent: the cost of several imported materials such
as Havana wrappers has risen by more than 40
per cent as a conseauence of devaluation,

“Tt is to be noted that the drop in imports from
Commonwealth sources other than Jamaica (India.
Ceylon, Borneo and Dominica) has been provor-
tionately even greater than in the case of Jamaica.”

The Memorandum concludes:
a sharp drop in consumption of Commonwealth
wines, spirits and cigars. (as well as in those of

treaties concerning production and
allocation of atomic materials as
well as inspection designed tc
insure their neaceful uses.
Forty-six members of the United
Nations voted for, the United
Nations atomic energy plan. Onl}
the Soviet bloc opposed it. Does
the Soviet Union seriously believe
that those 46 countries would dis-

increased during recent months by the effects of

of the £. Manufacturing and
are still increasing to a marked

“There has been

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regard obligations assumed under
treaties and would pervert inter-
national agreements for the pur-

want to retain the loyalty of the West In- | discredit us in the eyes of all.
dies, Even with a Conservative Govern- ‘What are the problems | which
: ; ; | divide us? Let us take a look at
ment, committed to imperial preference | them
and Colonial Development, it could not |_ Peace treaties with Austria,
have been expected with confidence to get | Germany and Japan. As the Secre-
a greater quota than 725,000 tons per | wey ot Oe ee eee
2 , : 2 Pao sas a ; r oO severa yeal
annum. Now that the West Indies have | now to get a treaty with Austria,
decided on a course of action the British | We made no headway on the
Cabinet must give early priority to a final {German treaty, and the Soviet
settlement. An unintelligent policy of delay |Uion has not even been wilting
or obstruction on-the part of Great Britain

to agree to our principle that
: , " these countries which participated
can wipe out the moral victory attained at
Grenada.

and resume the two-power dis-
cussion which ended in failure

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What's on Today

Meeting of the Legislative

foreign origin) since 1947. This is seriously affect-
ing important industries and the Dominions and
Pe .Pur-| Colonies which depend to a large extent on the
—- a. ae on Untant U.K. market. The drov is chiefly due to the high
The truth of the matter is Shah | prices resulting from excessive import duties which
simpler than this The trath te and pave been progressively raised since 1939 to penal
it _ os. | levels
Council at 2.00 p.m, it is a fact which we must 100K! “sq; yevenue is suffering to the extent of at
Meeting st By Py of Sse Oe 5 ee least £15m. a year as a result of the reduced
achamerbty at 300 pam. | Giteult indeed to subject itself t0["on"ione ‘which has taken, place’ since 1047
Area, St. John at 7.30 p.m any inspection from the outside. Br ene A tie teh eae ee an
. . “m. Hence, the Iron Curtain: Hence Only sul stantial reductions in duty can res‘ore the
7“ = WT pritish Cows re the news blackout within the position and avert grave injurv’ to nroducers in
ures at Br ouncil at | Australia, South Africa, the British West Indies,

oer a va Benge, the retupal British Guiana and Cyprus and other parts of the
nleo to accent Emectye | wren atemone ealth.”—B.U.P
tional control and inspection, I i iMe-es

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OUR READERS SAY:

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To The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—The arrival of the
famous—or should it be infamous
—crankshaft is noted. While we
await the visible manifestations
of its advent, we have time ‘o

reflect that, though crankshafts
may come and go, the demand
for current continues.

Bigger and better airports, ex-
panded pottery factories and
“Come to beautiful Barbados”
notwithstanding, the prime p °c-
requisite fo. a modern state is
cheap and abundant _ electric
power. Stalin dammed the
Dnieper ! Hitler dammed the
Rhine! Roosevelt dammed the
Colorado. It is not suggested that

Adams st l dam Joe's




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expected
of the «

might be

champion the cause





was not a very popular sport even
two years ago.

It is not for the Government ur
the people—the two somehow do
not appear to be synonymous—
to sympathise at this point. There
is little promise of light in that
direction. The Chamber of Com-
meree for a start might rub. a
couple of dry sticks together and
apply the resultant heat as persua-
sion to the proper partics!

The people must now exert
ever increasing pressure until the
lights come on and stay on—at
lower cost.

F. J. WORTH.

>
Good Job
To The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—Once more we find a West
Indies team on the verge of leav-
ing to seek more lau‘e! broad,
and ing this
weighing their chances
The selectors have exploited on
idgment, and

team



ting good team-work, which is
the nucleus of success.

Of course, the West Indian
cricketers, individually and collec-
tively have already carved a niche
in the Hall of Fame, but I think
their visit to England this time
will be the test among tests for
(1) they have never won a Test
match in England and (2) they
will be meeving the cream of
English cricketers, unlike 1948.

Many are already anticipating
records from Weekes, Walcott,
Worrell, Rae, Marshall and
Stollmeyer when they begin to
“sit down” and a great harvest
reaped when Jones, Johnson,
Pierre, Williams, Valentine and
Ramadhin bowl.

Be that as it may, the West
Indies should surely triumph, fo
they have everything on their side,
and they will be watched with
kecn iterest, as everyone has
pinned their hope 1 then
they nd on the th l
more glory in the world of sports

RICHARD CLARKE

“Stratford,”

Black Rock

eT



What Mr. Weatherhead Said
To The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—Please aliuwy me the usa
of your columns to give a more
aecurate report of what I said at
the recent Vestry meeting in St.
Michaél relative to the question
of retrospective pay for parochial
Employees

I said “I agree with everything
Mr. Gale said. When Mr. Mottley
made a motion to raise £300 for
the purpose of paying Mr. Adams
to investigate the Parochial Ser-
vice with a view to consolidating
salaries, a member of this Vestry
cpposed this and suggested that we
follow the Government. “This was
not agreed to and £300 was raised
in the Estimates. This showed de-
finitely that the Vestry was not
prepared to follow the government
blindly in every respect

“The only argument that I
think can hold water is the fact
that Mr. Kidney and Mr. Mottl«

I a signed statement t 1
Labour Officer, stated that



employees have moral
to ask for
view of the
ployees do

justif
retrospective pa
fact that these
similar work t

em-

em-



ployees of .the Central Govern-
ment.

“Now, in answer to Mr, Miller, !
agree that one brother working
with the parish of St. Michael is
dissatisfied because his brother i1
the government got back pay fox
the same type of work and ha
did not get it. But what about the
trether who is in the parochial
service in Christ Church or St.
George or in eny other parish?

“IT am saying that this is an
island-wide question and canno!
be tackled by Vestries. | am asking
that the matter be viewed from
this angle and the Government te
informed.”

BRUCE WEATHERHEAD.
Barbades Pharmacy.
Broad Street
February 24, 1950





@® LETTERS which are signed
accompanied by the custom<

Many such reach the Editor's desk each week, and rvaders
are agcin:- reminded of the necessity for the writer's name

to be k.own to the Editor,
assurance of good faith.

Concerning Conferences

SIR,—My brother says “Cock-
roach had danee he no invite
fowl,”

Some Padookans have become

professionals. There are profes- ||

sional cricketers, professiona)
w.tnesses, professional mourners
and professional Conference |’

Attenders.

The ‘ast group, chosen frou «4 |"

certain few, but’: no-one knows
buw, in the closed corporation.
Tke members receive no ble |
wonetary reward but are paid in|
cock-tail parties, pictures in the
papers and trips to other places.
Trey acquire great facilittes in
hond shaking, smal|\ talk and ex-
pressing views on any subject.

J asked my brother if he knew}
that a rolling stone gathered no}
moss. “M-m-m- Yes. But it gets}

t lish.” }

CON





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try bona fides, will be iy nored.

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i been experienced here for some tHE REGIONAL SUGAR CONFERENCE which was open- oe pwwipment brought by
5 § HERALDS, weeks, may be relieve cae. ee " 7 p motor vessel “Caracas” on Friday
COLLEGE . a Mr Vinee 122 matter y the Governor of the Windward Islands at St. to be used at Seawell Air rt h
in ; ‘ yor , 0. day > f > 2 =
F giving a ee Pd eat _ Victor Chase of George's, Grenada, British West Indies, on February 23rd been unloaded and removed from
J concerts throughout the Me â„¢. 1. Seale and Co., told concluded its deliberations on Feb 24 the waterf
returned to Trinidad yes- the “Advocate” yesterday. The Conference ™ tuary 24th. ee
» Choir is made This, he said 1 hn. ; was’ Presidea BE IT RESOLVED AS FOLLOWS: During Sunday ~ work never
. The » will come about ove; by Mr. W. Savary, sake t
students from the Carib- with the arrival on March 1, of a designate of the Sava Speake: .. That this Conference regaras Stopped With the use of the
a ning College. small shipment of table ‘butter tive Coueedl, the ne reo = af the total limits of permitted Government crane the engineers
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Distribution followed by the dete leieoel a Plier tira ere represented as io! Proposed by His Majesty’s &y¥.that same day.
at the British Council, cooking and table butter from a Government for the British ve eee ee sere towel
old a. — o — Aistralia. Antigua V. C, Bird, R, Cadman, R. B ae Indies and_ British nt ‘ded tee for Port-of-Spain,
me the mpire Theatr Mr. Chase attributed the present unt aS Brae : ulana as inadequate, but in Trini rom where it is expect-
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» who heard the Heralds t6 Australia He. a - adi borne W. A. Macnie, W. J. Raat in the matter of the reguia- Seawell,
led by their versions of Australia, € said that the & Seaford, O. A. Spencer ior he . Mess
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fy Polk Songs a supplies from Canada but pre- eas ar a yaory abiiiaa is prepared to endorse tae Ltd., are this vessel’s agents,
‘ ahaaga, = J 4 Uustamante, zindo, , ° Jac jac > ar
P sumably on account of the dollar as He z " ae: Sir R Barker Aare = —— a
T 7.15 p.m. on Sunday situation, steps are get seh ts; R. L. Bradshaw, M. 1. D ssociation’s. acceptance 0) .
ernie fe trom aan. “teps were taken to get smiin.W. i “Waiwen those. limits. More Flour Arrives

C. A. Beaubrun, J. C. D

along Cools-Lartigue,

form and overturned At the time of the placing of thed#Pau!4y,. L.

: St. Vincent: E. A. C BS
As a or Mi naan erder, he said, it was understood Trinidad : C. Abidh, Coisnmesne os
- of Venture, St. John res that the butter would arrive in Bushe, J. A Gomes, Q. O'Connor, A’ A
i , ‘ enfie Sa
pAlexander, a Trinidadia early January, and this would The BW Lah Wa
“ the new runway at represented by

have coincided with the exhaus- 3. A. Cuke, G. M. Eccles, R. L. M
wood, H Robinson.

The Colonial Development and
Welfare Organization was repre-
sented by Professor C. G. Beasley,
Mr. B. E. Rolfe of the Colonial
Development and Welfare Organ-

ization acted as Secretary of the
Conference,

were injured and taken by
General Hospital.

is detained suffering from
to both feet while Alex-
was treated for an injury to
knee and discharged. A

tion of stocks then in hand.

Unfortunately, owing to the
irregularities in Australian ship-
ping, the steamer on which the
butter was to have been sent was
of the guard wall of the delayed for over a month. Mean-
residence was knocked while all supplies of the com-
re modity was exhausted.

wagon, drawing a trailer Realising the unfortuate posi- The Conference was principally
a caterpillar owned by tion in which consumers were concerned with the consideration
mJ.N. Harriman & Co., and piaced, permission was granted of the offer made

by His Majesty’s
by Austin Gill of Martin- ine importers by the Control Bos urd (Government to the British West

Road was travelling along to get a small supply of table Indies Sugar Association at the
R o' butter from Holland, in the hops Commonwealth Sugar Talks re-
Teterstood that the driver

that this would in some w ay re- cently held in London. This offer in

wagon saw a car ate lieve the situation. “This was also Substance amounted to a guarantee
him on its PR ap, ian delayed and is now expected on to buy at reasonably remunera-
was th

a ceitine ais, tensa Wednesday. tive prices 640,000 tons of British

vresent advice from the office West Indian sugar per annum

of the Controller of Supplies is after 1952 (when the present

PEOPLE were taken to that the Australian butter will be agreement to buy all exportable
General Hospital suffering here very early vin March,” Sugar comes to an end), but
‘injuries after the Central Difficult coupled with the limitation of total
M318, driven by Cameron “It is my opinion,” saiq Mr, B.W.I. exports to 900,000 tons.
pot Bay Land; crastied into Chase, “that the switch over is The amount of 640,000 tons is less

smopolitan Drug Store at

going to make it very difficult for than current B.W.] exports which
) on Saturday night.

the consumer to get regular sup- are estimated at about 725,000

fwere Ralph Rudder of plies, as the period between the tons. The Conference decided to
Road, conductor of the grrivat here of ships from advise the British West Indies
mse Beryl Edey of the Australia is a long one, Sugar Association to accept the

Hospital, Phyllis Maloney Qn the other hand Canada gives limitation of total exports but re-

ap, Westbury Road, and 4 yegylar monthly supply, thus corded its conviction that the
athwaite of Deacons providing for a continuity of limitation of the guarantee to

and Maloney were de- ‘frech stocks on the market. 640,000 tons would gravely

' me fe ee “Shipments from Australia have prejudice the interest of the

thor and glass Cog? at tae usually been made in bulk and British West Indies andthe

lag of the Drug Store the island will have to take its relations between His Majesty’s

” . quarterly supplies almost in one Government and the peoples of

‘ OSS of a quantity of shipment. the British West Indies. The
HSweepstake Tickets valued This will probably result in Conference accordingly requested

ee eee

Was reported by Hilda over-consumption when the com- H.M.G. to receive a delegation
of Chapmans Lane. She modity is in full supply, and then consisting of members of Legisla-
that her residence was a scarcity before the arrival of tures and representatives of
aid entered between 6.45 the next quarterly supply. labour in the sugar industry be-

840 p.m. on Saturday “In my opinion too, the quality fore the ne gotiations with
tickets taken. of the butter from Australia may B.W.LS.A. were closed. The

tesident of Chapmans pe impaired due to the length of Conference decided to recommend

p suffered a loss was time it takes to get here and it: to the West Indian Governments
Joseph, He reported that reaching the hands of the con- concerned that the delegation
Doards valued $6.00 were sumers. should consist of eleven members

his home between

hink that it
on Saturday and 5.00 a.m. +n By

much more to the interest of

would have been
the

as follows:



consumer if we had been allowe Barba los, | _British Guiana,
i GRANT of Leadvale, to continue to get our butter sup- Jamaica and. Trinidad—2 each.

t Church, reported the plies from Canada. poe pag St. Kitts, St. Lucia—
agricultural fork valued each,

esday last. It was the recommended that Mr.

My of Ridge Plantation. Three Months For soma


























Adams of Barbados, Mr.

scurre ‘ ° x Bustamante of Jamaica and Mr.

a, Coe of Stealing Sugar-Cane Gomes of Trinidad should be

1250 p.m. on Saturday a sic A ie members of the delegation and

Motor car A-23, owned , PERCY JEMMOTT a vo-yea’= should form a Standing Commit-

A by E. R. Corbin of old labourer of Reid Street Ww we tee with Professor Beasley as con-

Plantation, St. Andrew, Sentenced to three months’ eee vener to carry torward these re-
“Pedestrian, — Albertha prisonment = with hard. labour ~ ommendations.

oe Hall, St. Peter, Yesterday by His Wership Mr.

Was treated by Dr. T. L. bs. H. A, Talma. The Conference also considere

2 Ww 1 guilty of steal- 3 proposal by the Colonial Office

injuries. She was after- He was founc 7 : a proposa 3
to the St. Per aca * -i"§ a quantity of sugar Cane -hat British Honduras should re-
she was datatned: growing on the lands of the Pin€ jeive a quota of 25,000 tons out of
see Acricultural Station and the pro- 4), »xroposed B.W.1S.A, alloca-
MLCUMMINS of Belair, St perty of The Governor-i- en. The Conference noted the
weorge, reported that a Exeeutive Committee on February needs of British Honduras wit
Cabbage and 35 holes 26. ympathy and recommended t
eines growing on his Mr. H. Kirton said he was in- H.M.G. that suitable provision be

fas ¢ ttin ;
i Me ae kane told made for this purpose but in the
ea ice

form of a separate quota, on the
arrived and
; B on of suga?
a arrested grounds that the question c
oo ep eien and arres production in British Hondura
eo had entered at no stage into the
e police what had ¢ § &
ue wee ei be field he present series of negotiations anc
(Jemmott ) told them that he was that the offer to B.W.LS.A. had

fyormed that a
canes in the field,
the police who

damaged during Sun-

#88 of four fowls valued
m Was reported by Milli-

& of Lower Carlton,
® She stated that the
me taken from her yard
atday night, February
‘ate hi



> je solely in respect o
he ‘ a man named Lloyd been mad
T property, aes for existing exporters,
m5 nce — nine " Jemmott ee aay ee Drevin The Conference was character-
“th a, Hall Ott St. convictions for larceny. eed by a striking unenimity ap
n the “theses : re ‘ marked determination
e . - Maalker sae r The following is the text of th
aa. Tygiser SIX Months For main resolution of the Conference

P and driven by Joseph
# Chance Hall, St. Lucey,
heel dray cart, drawn
7 ad mule, owned by
= ger of Gays, St. Peter.
Mderstood that both
Tee loaded with canes

“WHERE .S this Conference 0’
delegate. representing the Gov
ernmen.s and peoples of Antigu
Barbadus, British Guiana, Jamaace
St. Kitis, St. Lucia, St. Vincen
and Trinidad, cannot agree tha
the offer made by His Majesty’
Government to the British Weer
Indies Sugar Association at th
Commonwealth Sugar Conferenc
in January 1950 is a fulfilment «
His Majesty’s Government's un: er
taking of 10th August, 1949, o
that it is commensurate with th
needs of the peoples of the Britis)

Stealing Vests

Sydney Cadogan of Brittons
Hill was sentenced to six montns
imprisonment with hard labour
by His Worship Mr. E, A, McLeod
antation and the yesterday for stealing one dozen
fd into each other. gents’ vests valued at $10.00 and
Was injured, the property of William Fogarty

& Co. Ltd,
KIRTON of the Pine The offence was
atural Station revorte February 26,
4 halter valued $3.60 The offence
that it was removed
Stati tion on S

February 26.
1 Saturday It

committed oj



was committed on









, oe Governers 15s. IN 14 DAYS West Indies and British Guian:
litte¢ A fine of 15/- to be paid in 14 AND WHEREAS this matter

Se WES ORF aie Ge in default one month's now for the first time and at the

Lisle Gibbs Of imprisonment was imposed on earliest opportunity receiving th:

“e® Black Rock. He Seibert Walkes of Lightfoot Lane attention in joint consultation c

it was removed from py

of
Bhs tk Rock on Januar

His Worship Mr. H. A, Talma accredited representatives th:

pro Y yesterday for using. indecent Governments and peoples of th
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ieee actin i



TWO VIEWS taken at Grenada’s
(Left) A view

of St. George’s from the balcony.

(Right)

Legislative Council Chamber,

inside

the Chamber delegates stand on — Side of the Governor's dais.

“. That as to the question of the

Equipment
Unloaded





tonnage of sugar for which FLOUR, an item which was re-
reasonably remunerative cently scarce in Barbados, has
prices are to be guaranieeu been Steadily flowing into the

by His Majesty’s Government
this Conference is convinced
that the limitation of
tonnage .to 640,000
figure substantially

fuch
tons, a
less than

the current exports of the — arrived by Steamship ‘Mor-
area, must gravely prejudice macrey,”
not only the interests of tne Messrs. General Traders Ltd.

British West Indies and British
Guiana but also the relations
between His Majesty’s Gov-
ernment and His Majesty’s
joyal subjects in the area
and recommends that the
quota to be guaranteed after
1952 should at least be such
as to cover current British
West Indian and _ British
Guiana exports estimated at

795

725,000 tons.

3. That this Conference,
mindful of the
quences of a
negotiations between Hi
Majesty's) Government anu
the British West Inaies Sug.:
Association earnestly requests
His Majesty’s Government
(a) to receive in London a

delegation representative
of the peoples of the
British West Indies and
British Guiana consisting
of members of Legisla-
tures and representatives

of

an
sal

being
grave conje-
failure of th



The “Mormacrey”

This vessel
Moore McCormack lines, for whom
Messrs. R. M.
are

46-
brought
coc
and a motor car.

Mr. D. L.

Yesterday

while Messrs.
the remainder.

ample
mon.

Supply of
operates under

Jones and Co., Li

local representatives.



Fruit Comes

from St. Lucia was
M.V. “Lady Joy”
fresh fruit,
oil, charcoal,

ton
oanut

Johnso.. is agent.



Case Dismissed

were consignees of 6,000 bags of
the supply
Proverbs and Co. were importers

Harold

also brought
canned

the

td.,

Ships
of this line make occasional cally;
here.

CALLING here yesterday after-
noon

island in large shipments within
the past seven or eight days.
a shipment of 8,415
bags—5,415 bags from Vancouver
and 3,000 bags from San Francisco

the

which
cocoanuts,
firewood

of labour in the sugar A cage brought against Alonza
industry before these Small of Black Rock in which
negotiations are closed je was charged by E. Worrell of
and ie having threatened to kill him
(b) to grant British West was dismissed yesterday by Their
Indies Sugar Association Honours of the Assistant Court
the necessary extension of Appeal, Mr. J. W. B. Chenery,
of time for decision be- and Mr. H A, Vaughn. It was a
yond March Ist to enable decision of Mr, H. A. Talma

tis to be done. which was confirmed.
Mr. G. H, Adams represented

" Worrell,

Worrell, Sanitary Inspector,
K.L.M. Plane paid visits to Small in the role
° of an inspector but Small was of
Brings Seven the ae that there was an

ilterior

motive in the visits

A K L.M. Charter Flight on Worrell said that Small threat-
behalf of C.P.I.M. in Curacao ened to kill him if he returned
arrived at Seawell at 1.55 p.m. to his home. Since then, in the
yesterday bringing seven passen- carrying out of his duty, Worrell

gers, W. Busby, M. Bramao, V
St. John, C. Harte, O, Small,
W. Green and C. Brathwaite to
Barbados. These men are on ‘we
months’ vacation.
af te plane left at 2.40 p.m. fo:
Lucia and afterwards returned
o eee ao,

corr

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Iris Gaskin and Dolly. Clarke, the In LIQUID or TABLET FORM

one of having stolen a pocket lO
book

valued $2 and containing
ba 84, and the other of having
Saulted and. beaten: her. The
aijeged offences were committed
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Their Honours the
‘pinion that the cases had not
been proved.
Yearwood

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stir of the struggle her pocket
book dropped and Gaskin ran of
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Their Honours of the Assistani
Court of Appeal Mr, J, W: B
Cheney and Mr. H. A, Vaughn
upheld a flecision of Mr. H. A
Talma and dismissed a case
brought by the police agains\
Mahommed Yousup of Mason Ha!
Street, St. Michael. Yousup wa
charged with having sold a shir
at a greater price than th
schedule allowed, $4.00 instead of

$2.28.
Mr. G. H. Adams appeared foi KITCHEN TOWELS, 48c., 74¢., and 78c. each
Yousup.
Yousup, a peddling clothe: DAMASK NAPKINS, 65c. each
dealer, had only been living
could not speak English *"" || HUCK TOWELLING in White, Gold, Green, Blue and

The case for the prosecutioi
alleged that he offered
Cumberbatch the shirt for
while on his rounds.

The defence held that Yousuy
could not speak English but wher
he was offering any clothes fo
sale he would indicate the pricc
by a show of fingers. Yousup
denied having offered Cumber-
batch to sell him the shirt for
$4.00.

Child Dies Suddenly

A sixteen-month old child die
suddenly on Friday last while
its mother, Daphne Edward:
of Hillswick, was taking it to Dr

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INQUIRY ADJOURNED

The inquiry into the death of
Allan Niles a tailor of Rockley,
Christ Chureh, who died suddenly
at the Genera] Hospital on Janu-
ary 23 was adjourned yesterday
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who was called at the Bar of ihe
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ere iNet Bos | —_—_————=—=—=_==_=__—_—___ grodacte * ~ — at Mile and a Quart: | = ; ?
ITS 6 - » ™s almost ew house whier | IN ns > oof a “de. nis |
pRNOUNCEMEN HOUSES | freshly painted ana Ra wig sty' te | ody fim. the hove sctensMeanibn: as
LE per word eee andah, front house 1810, back 22x b \wenty fourth day, of January 1940 1j
SA FLATS fully furnished with R side ANG Kitehen. Ideal? suited cu | Give notice to all ‘persons having. any | f
e erator and linen © - etrig- jouse. Inspection anv day ona: | @state, right or interest in c any hen ‘
| Dial assa. ana tae | racation to his mother AN ene | incumbrance affecting YN" | In Carlisle Ba
” * ROO; Pa Austins, tong ATeS A. Scott Firstly all that certain piece or parce! | m arise . y
a a MS—Two large Cool Rooms with a . 25.2. 50 cf land situate at Superlative in the said That TION. ILMS; INC.: corporation organi
a aN Dial sgt ater With oF without meals | At my office at Magnzine Lane He hye George and Island afore- Siestons ten Wels, Sees Torte. King ten tres Rao "Rhnene: ind existing under the laws of the State of Delaware, United States. of
i um . £8 , -2.50—t. fo | Tu next the 28th Pepe ° y a t two) Yacht Leand Set Son. Sane . 7 aving a place of businces at 445 Park Avenue, New York 22, State of
——aatntetleeenenincs wa’ 2 oe apa © bat y,., | T00ds be the same more or less butting er, h. Manuata. Sch. Owners’ Association. United States of America has a lied for the of a trade mark
“youu SUES ci oe fare Same, wane | on “ane | naan “Suto, thea | Mam Maat, Son age "Sodk, Sok Sug ete Cement secu “Maat win Barats for sintianequaly Tepredteing
A. . ‘ 5 > . 7 . s s t or : . * . . at} t, _ der, ; so 3
goer aw meat [8 8) Re Sarg Soars Ley [ous Bend Sigh Malt” nt op eo 8 Slo She Ee Sch audin. "don Pulp “w. Tr: “Nisa “Gece” onc Aaocaen | na, Wana ee, tg sea ra “crpenmonization, with
ah , on. Apply; e-. | has open 2} ROW or late of C. Holder and on the , . : p H. vid- 9 . tons net, ‘apt.| sound, words and/or music films and reco films w
Faemamg per agate line cet", Belmont Road: 2i.2.50--> | room, ¢3) beeen, hoe and dining West on lands now or late of Fairview Ae Seh. Cachalot, Yacht Serva Nolan, for Tobago. and/or music recorded haanoaee pag cure
TA ! 21.2.60—on. | Felvanize pailings, Wall to the front ‘with, | Plantation or however else the same wee : “ from’ {nd motion pictures and will be entitled to replete me ees
' charge .. Ee. 0) he two gates and e! current t Beso butt and ; M.V. Lady Joy, 46 tons net, Capt. Schooner Frances W. Smith, 74 tons} from the 28th day of February 1950 unless sme person shall in the
: c M28 ge naar: : Unturnished Ground. | with % of ‘an acre of land ni ee mi Secondly all that certain piece or par Persons, = St. Lueia; Agents: D. L. nah Ces. aseel, Gor Britian Selena: | give notice 1p Tuplicwte to me at my office of opposition of such rez:
pap . nm an spectad an ce land also situate at Superlative i ehnson , ssociation.| The trade mar Seen on application ut my office.
14 agate lines) eee DP Soug "For turther par- | Atrs, Humphrey Who og = = per clay | the said parish of Saint. Gourde ond is-| 4,88: Mormacrey, 4588 tons net, Capt Schooner Freedom Fieary, 23 tons net, Dated this 27th dav of Fobruary, 3060. .
x . i ‘s Dial Sose. PARCY A. SCOTT. | tana aforesaid containing by adimeasure. a from Trinidad; Agents: 'R. M. Capt. DeRocher, for Dominica; Agents: H. WILLIAMS,
NOTICES i 26.8.50—t.f.n.| Auctioneer & Real Ketare Agent ment one rood be the same more or less eo Co., Ltd. Sehooner Owners Association Registrar of Trade Marks.
agate line : oe 2.10 TILA RE en 22.2.50—sn | butting and bounding on the North on “S. Specialist, 4445 tons net, Cm a chooner Sunsnine R., i tons net, 28.2.
arse . #120 1.5) 7) AIMDARE’—BEDFOPD AVENUE — Sn | 1ands now or late of GC Heer the Sane from, Trinidad; Agents: Sacnaaae te ,, Ma~“Tnigue: "Agents:
ietdibc nek. months werent ~ May for 8 REAL ESTATE Hot on the public road on the Sou.h | Costa ee arbados Import & E port Co
INC AD xy é iit 66c, ‘Minutes walk from Yacht ‘clas ¥ | a Fok Gn eae ag ererne and lvierre,

- ; . B® tons : M.V. T. B. Radsr, 162 ion: net, Capt, Ri

on the West on lands a as ¢} Ret, ‘apt. Olivierre, or Trinidad; Hazell, for St. Luc.- Agents: Schooner at

jeanne lots (2 acres), (2 rds. ¢ per.) | Fairview Plantation ot however an tne Agents: Schooner Owners’ Association. Owners’ As: 6clation ti
. ear Lears’ Plantation, st same ma .
Michael. The two leit on teat in Y butt and bound



















= 7 ~ where modern amenities are available cel of Med ee Aa pea at Pin IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION ——— MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA N
i . ~ , ehild 2 ¥ Pl. ° ‘ situate at Superlative in the rw
POR SAUR | Reoe tere O Sextaen” | emaae om ample” Appts | cee and sate seroma] and Wireles (West Indien) Lid $8. Lianishen, 83. Loe Ancien, 307 TRALAND UNE LIMITED
P | erence nce IN. or dial 4191” s Hill, rn aes aforesaid (containing by admeasuremen: | advise that they can now communicate Prazil, M/V Italia, 5.S. Frumenton, §.S. (MLA.N.Z.) LINE) *
— KUNGALOW—On the sen, 2 bedrooms, | ————_——____*2:?. 50 ing and bearne ame more or less butt- | With the following ships through their S. Paula, SS. Esso Raleizh. ‘SS. Cam, M.S. “PORT PIRIE* is scheduled |
| Moder conveniences $30.00. Dist s At 2 p.m. on Thursday, and MM. ends Now or Ime ot eee are jNoFth on | Barbados Coast’ Stationn’, B.S Nise eae aeth: SS. Jamaican sei Sydney January lath =.
} from & to 8m. Ay; Hable £ ms 86 1950, we will offer £ fe: 200 march | lands now or late of E Oo. B. Smith S.S. Canadian Challenger. M/V Uru. SS. Jose Calvo Sotelo, §.S. S Clara arriving at Trinidad about February
OTIVE | ist. The Stream neae Post Ofce.'™? | “Barbados Fire Insurance C2 one the idle “#) nae egg ron Sowerd | guay, 8%. La. Puta SA @ © Ines. Rc, S.S. Nedon, S.S. Panama, S.S. Mormac. 7h, t
; 28.2.50—1n, | Gach. 15 shares—Barbados — Telephone Estate of D, Blackie ie cm ne of, he | Esito, SS. South Mouttsie's 8S. Balan- rey, S.S. Myken, 8.8. Custodian, 8.8 ||}* M.S.“KAIPAKI" ts scheduled to
PK: One (1) Fargo Truck in $00 | nreesnensirineeeeeeeee Co, Ltd. Preferred £1. Cottle, Catford , sackman deceased and o } tia, SS, Sprinewave, S.S. S. Venancio City of New York, SS. Prins Bernard a from Port Pirie January 7th,
Hon (1941 Model); good tyres, Dual! MODFRN BUNGALOW Ty Welches | & Co 26.2.50-4n | the weet on lands now or late of Fair- | BW-1. SCHOONER OWNERS January 10th, Beauty Point | Janu
“ rc sy Penne eee re alana a ieee . as : view lantation or however else t! . - 5
eae ect: capt uring Dining = | ——————_Salt sn | ew" Plantation “oe howtwar” cia ASSOCIATION (NC. Feuruaty eaeE, danuary, 36th, “Sidngg
a Hanurnehierces “ ay all other modern ae > mately 3400 Ibs. second hand to bring before me an account of thei: ; 2 eee Ist brisbane February 108
Siaaas Pick-up, qo working | cant S. Spacious yard. =e Bacon tae and Gat amps recent-| said claims with theie witnesses, doou Telephone 4047 erriving at Trinidad about 10th Mares,
( -up, 1 " $ ; “ ‘ is materials may be inspect- ents * ase ans:
‘with good tyres. Apply S. E. en repens ly removed from the foot at st. Garant bragged ye hers, to be nee
'& Co., Lid., Dial 4293. CORAL SA

; ’ ma me on any Tuesday, or Friday betweer
ieseriie see om Worthing (1) one| ¢d at Bulkeley Factory on application | the hours of 12

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gi ew Hard san “The bane
‘ argo accep’ on row 's
wy ith Silver and Liner. = the Manager Mr, W. B. Carrington. | in’ the afternoon, ‘othe “Omtice oe the for’ riiah Gulen ad 3 award
_ Bea Grn ae tee toni’ her particulars Dial fea a ated =" writing addressed to Mr. K Gerk of the Assistant Court of Appes | and ‘Teew rd islanaas ve
poise model, in good condition. | : Raith ee Seceived un eer hn. 1959. | the bk unt, House Bridgetown. befor. | ARRIVALS—By. B.W:l.As1 Jamburn Guiles, Frank Comber =
ly; Manager, W.I.R. Refinery Ltd | {BUSINESS SPACE Rr ie ate . 282.50-—Sn. | nee 12H day of April 1980, in order From Trinidad—Everlina Allers, Lavid Jameso renee I m
Rock. 25.2.50—3n | Upstairs premises No. -

Jameson, ‘Terrence ‘Hawkins
Schweitzier, Henry Schweitzier, Ingrid Grenads—Sir Jolin Saint, Mr

Cehweitzier Holly Schweitzier, Harold George Hunte
Schweitzier, C. §. FE, Beckles, Gordon





Por further Bircevlate apply: —
FURNESS THY & Co. LTD;
Agents: Trinidad.
ee"! DA COSTA & Co. LTD.
" Agents: Barbados.

ae a tery that such claims may be ranked accord

be sary ripped Swan St. very LS cntsdas, ing to the nature and priortty thereot

3 a 5 nes respectively ; ti vis sue! So

reneged sgota | Fe. Wi aa SBPygment Bre | FOOTBALL NOTICE | sapere: "aterin "ah ust

d. yy . m. Henry St. al ; . ® Pi i

nt oa cs, A good buy, ¥ ee 2.50—1n Preparations are being made to com- the said Decree, and be deprived of al
one 2635. js :

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Cummins, Hubert Webber, Clive Webber, From St. Kilts—azy Reginald Lopes
ee ” E. claim. on or agains y | Stella Webber, G. H. Drew, Rufina DEPARTURES—By BWI AL “
bly priced. vee ores = M=nee the 1950 Football Season somenn “Claimanta eeinst: the said Perty. | ‘Thorpe. Clyde Gilman, Frances Kall- | For Trinidad—Miss Carol Dorph, Mr
22.2.50—5n “LITTLE ; _ between Monday 13th March and Wed aimants are also notified that the, S esate - 7 ~
© HAM'LTON™ st. T awreners nesday 15th en a anc ex must attend the said Court on Wednesda man, William Kallman, John Dodge Thomas Vondy, Mr. John Robinson, Mr *
A nan Minx, one of the best ld pafumished, nO Beto... “Aral. t receive affiliation faves om Mr Oo “S , the 12th day of April 1950, at 10 o'cloc:, | Cecil Jemmot, James Lacey, Olga Ashby, Arthur Bryden, Mr, David Chambers St
models, still going strong. Always Dene Marathon, st Z ® eno, | Coppin, Hony Secretary wa F.A. c/o | ®™- When their said claims will b. | Enid Yhap, Clement Yhap, Florence Rast. David Chambers Jr. Mrs Sydne:
driven, in good conditich . - 26.2. £6 -2n advocate ou ih . eras ranked. Peck, Kate Mull, Henry Lord, Andrew Cl ambers Miss Dorothy Thompson, Mis Inc.
ble price. Apply: Straughn’'s Se, There will be a Council Meeting of}, Given under my hand this Twenty | Christine, Morarbhai Patel) Damyabhai Daphne Inniss,, Mr. John Stanhope ;
ities Breet. 2.2.50.) Oe the B.A.F.A, at ‘the YM.C_A "He ide | fourth day of January 1950, Patel, Nagarjibui Patel, Nagarbxai Lovell, Mre. Janet Stanhop.-Lovell, Dr
1 . ~ | cusrters, Pinfold Street on Friday Moreh | I. V. GILKEs, Patel, Jivanbhai Patel, Maganial Patel, Malcolm Proverbs, Myx Neville Gran CANADIAN 8ERVICE aa
PU RIE NOTICES “rt ay 4.30 p.m. and the Annual General | Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court, oi | William Moore, Olive Moore, Jean soul, Mr. Jose Pimento, Mrs. Anderson SOUTHBOUND
Meeting of the Association takes place | 4Ppeal Lewis, Norman Beale, Edward Mayers, M.. W. Anderson, Lady Alice Collymore Name of Ship Sails Arrives {
RICAL = it the ¥ M.C.A Headquarters on the 28.1.50—3n. | Myrtle Mayers, Cecily St, Hill, Margaret M.. Frank Begg, Mrs. Katherine Begg x Pelifax Tarbados Le
“ ily , , following Friday, Mareh 10th at 4.30) ————————————_______ —-—— | Carew, Agnes Nurse, Lloyd Yearwood, M:, Allan Seale; Mr. Antonio Navarro S/S “ALQOA POLARIS" February 20th Mareh Sra ra
Tube G.E.C. almost new £25 easily earned by obtaining orders | pin, Kathleen Lenagan, David Pursey, Dulce For La Guaira—Mrs. Isabelo Coli- S/S “ALCOA PATRIOT” Mareh, 6th March 17h ht
island, Phone 2212 for par- for private Christmas Cards from The Agenda for the Council meeting OFFICIAL SALE Slaridge, Gerid Claridge, William Swan-' modio, Mstr Ernest Colimodio, Mrs Sailing every two weeks. i}
26.2.50—2n, vour friends No previous experience | DeXt Friday is as follows: ] | son, Virginia Swanson Suzan Swanson, Maria Munez, Mrs. Bertha Kamnitzer NEW YORK SERVICE 4
| ne y ti ; 1. Minutes. . Gilbert Yvonett, Francis Boyle, William Mv. Join Lee, Mr. Julio Sanchez-Vegas, rn ;
RIC WATER HEATERS—8 yin aa Write today for beautiful free | 2 Correspondence | BARBADOS | Fonane Mrs. Katherine Sanchez-Vergas Sails Arrives ;
gin. No longer a ‘uxury ample Book to Britain's largest and |3 Receive Annual Report and Financial | !N THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL | 5, La Guaira—Maria ‘Teresa Sala- For St. Licia—Miss Mildred Charles New York Barbados i
ity in the modern home. Insn¢ fneinost Publishers; highest commission Statement for 1949 season \ (Equitable Jurisdiction) yaa Ridbman Godra Rishman. Miss Marie L'Archer, Miss Minnie Wells 8.8. “BYFJORD” +» February 24th: March 5th. et
in our Ironmongery and Hardy .| Marvellous money making opporiunit 4. Consider three schemes for insurance | CARNETTA HOLDFR — Pj intiff vl bert Tew Olga Miss Mona Niles Mrs. Marie Forbes. is
239. BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE Jcnes, Williams & Co Dept. 1 A of players during the 1950 seaso ip ’ Orlando Riebman, ee ees “ For Jamaica—Mr. Samuel Roland- a)
FACTORY LTD. Works, Preston, England’ 2° Victoria]; Geneny! Business, ETHELINDA ODESSA BLANCHE SMITH ote ere Sena r ye i Smith NEW ORLEANS SERVICE : te
25.2.50—3» , S. COPPIN, Defendant wae ey an one Pay, For Grenada—Mr. Harold Cox, Mi Sais Arrives
Hony Secretary, B.A FA NOTICE is hereby given that by vir Ww illiam Fraser, Mary Atal Branch, Elaine Tudor, Mr, Alexander Glen, M mir gs i ® New Orieons Rarbades i
NOTICE 28.2,50—4n Of Area Order of the Assistant Court) , From Antigua—Reginald hens. iar. Gooden lie mice S.S. “ALCOA ROAMER . February ath February 28rd ;
K nnn | Of Appeal dated the twenty fourth day o; | {ona Gunthorpe, Colin een aaa win. ie. ienovin sean erie ae ne 8.8. “ALCOA RUNNER". Feb. 22nd Mareh 4th,
U . y . y 4 Y \ Wilki Rernard Wilk ie, James chrie, Win, Mr. 2 8 phes. ee b
rm Sealed tenders, aetst CHURCH LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE [io the newer trail Be Set up for eal: | Wilkie, Bernard Wilkie, James Fer Antigua Mt Theodore Gittens
ARRIER PUPPIES—Parents from Ene- | versee mR Fon’? om the en- the Clerk of the Agsistent Got Cf! from St. Lucla~Dorothy Meffat. hrs Ida Manson, Dr. Frank Manso Apply: DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—Canadian Service.
| Pack. Excellent, hunting or Watch will be reveived by me, at the Chpiet | _.THE application of Prince Callender Appeal at the Court Wecce Bridgetown Andrew Moffat, Simon Mendes, An- Mrs, Elsa Mitchell, Mr. Trevor Fox ROBERT THOM LTD.-—-New York and Gulf Service.
Dial 91-74. 28 .23.50—6n Church Almshouse, css ‘a ae of Tuy St. Michael, for permission to between the hours of 12 (noon ane’ ; | thony Gloumeau, Maurice Garel, Albert For St. Kitts—Mr. Low, a
Wednesday, ath March 1950, f lieg | 5@44 Spirits, Malt Liquors, &e at a bearc o'clock in the afternoon on Friday ihe
ES—Bull Terrier Mastiffs of good | of Fresh "Milk Fresh Mea’ art Perea | and shingle shop near H. A. Tudor, Ivy, fourteen ;
= : , eat ari Fresh
strain, six weeks old. Dial 3684 Bread, delivered >

St. Michael.

é : all
hours of 811 a.m, amgea beim | SUCH quantities as may “Wmshouse in| “bated this 21th day of Febru ary 1950 miturjet Certain piece or parce
.2.50—1n; .

0 See eee eee LS es :
Firstly all trae ert 1980— TAKE NOTICE

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required : E. A. MeLEOD, B of land situate at Superlative in the LA TEST Alter ALS
from time to time, for 4 period of »ne Police Magistrate Te Said —_ of Saint George and Island \

‘ y m i 4 = iG f $ ‘ s ufonese conta ‘ asur

Two (2) pure bred Alaetians on commenring on 25th March, PRINCE CALLENDE! aid containing by admeasurement

weeks old. Ring 4144, Mrs. C’. H.

Each Applicant ee roods be the same more or les
oo i st s' i 7 an butting ; ’
» John. Between 9 #.im. & 12.30 p.m ener, from two (a) mepaust submit N.B.—This application will be consid: aa Tae on ee es Pa gery a
t - 26.2.50—2n. persons willing to become bo: nal ith t ered at a, Licensing Court to be held East on the publit. ond. on ale Re
Rsuq | Successful tenderer for the we peste me | Polce Court, Dist. “A” on. Thurscay on lands now or late of C, Holder and
RELIABLE RIDING HOR rmel one oth a . ‘ ‘clock .
SES. | ance of the contract. me! ‘he 9th day of March 1950 at 11 o'clock
broken prices $300, $360. Ring

Yor MEN: Working Boots and Shoes; Dress Shoes.
For LADIES: Californians, Fancy Shoes, Sporties.
Fer CHILDREN: Shoes for Boys and Girls, and Ballerinas.




















‘
on the West on lands now or late o THE
The approximate quantity of milk ree 4° ? er Fairview Plantation or however else the S E
Proverbs & Co., Ltd. , | Wired is 4,000 pints per month and the | Police sbatacae Din An | Saae may butt and bound. wee
23.2.50—e.0.d.—1w Board reserves the right to accept the 28.2.50—th a _™ Secondly all that certain piece or par LTD
1] tender of more than one person for the} ~~'"_* cel of land also situate at Superlative | BRITISH co., .
euaply of ie Whole quarkity or any i Me as ponieh of Saint George anc }
Part o; Ss item. 4 i sland aforesai, containing by admeas- i
NICAL All tenderers for the supply of milk} TAKE NOTICE urement one rood be the same more | ) SPECIAL: Floor, Furniture, Linoleums, Car
CULES CARRIER CYCLES—Also | Must forward a certificate trom a duly North on Tandat ney, UnaInE on th : Wax-Polish 36c, per tin
Gualifiel Veterinary Practitioner, that the on the Beards now or late of C. Halse: me enue Seem
21 Gents and Ladies Sports Auto cattle from which the milk ic supplied on the East on the public road on ‘ihe | . . ;
x ts . 2.50—t.4 ~,| 7 free from Tuberculosis. South on lands now or late of S. Browne | a
2. a, The Board does not bind themselves | #nd on the West on lands now or ‘ate |
One lady's Raleigh Biaycle| © accept the lowest or ug tender os Fairview y intation or however else
com . E, ASHBY ; ve Same may butt a rand. : ; tion organiz:
Sndittion aw with Lent A . That UNIVARSAL INTERNATIONAL FILMS; INC.; a corporation org
tyes etc. rn Cash. nen Acting Clerk, Poor Law Guardians. ory al that certain piece or parce’ and existing under the laws of the State of Delaware, United States of Americ ANCE
i 28.2.50_2n 26.2.50—5n. and situate at Superlative in the par- having a place of business at 445 Park Avenue, New York 22, State of New Yor THE BARBADOS MU 4

-- t of Saint George and Island afore- k
i United States of America has applied for the registration of a trade par

NOTICE meet ataine by admeasurement ne | connection. with synchronized apparatus for simultaneously reproducing coordinat

: te bound te aeee th ~~ ultings light and sound effects; filme with sound, words and/or music recorded there,

" an Ss porth on! fiims withdut sound reo thereon adapted for synchronization with separ

IRONS: Do not let Electricity PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH That COLUMBIA RECORDS INC., «| lands now or late of B. ©.. B. Smith | sound, words and/or seals tien and records, films and records with sound, wo:
You. We can sell you a Box Iron The Yearwood Tenantry Road lerline corporation organized and existing under | wards the East on the Public road, |

John D. Taylor & Sone Ltd from Sugar Hill to Union is closed] the laws of
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with
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China, old Jewels, fine Silver.

es 28,2.50—3n
——_—_—_—_—_—_—_
Early books, Maps, Auto- NOTICE

She hock’, irriness Antique Shop, THE Amateur Athletic Association o‘ OFFICIAL NOTICE

Barbados holds its Afnual General
1,9.49.—t.f.n. BARBADOs.

Meeting on Tuesday Feb. 28th at 8 p.m,
at the Synagogue. IN THE ASSISTANT COURT of APPEAL

jor recor 7 vith arate pict Invites Applications
i the State of Delaware, towards the South on lands now or late filme: and motion pletion ate tt ee eared aenroniation. onthe after one mo ’
28.2. .50—2n | for repairs until further police, United States of America, having | Of the Estate of D. Blackman deceased | fram’ the 280 day of February 1950 unless some person shall in the meant For the post of
eerie aerate By order of Place of business at 799 Beventh Avenue, | nd on the West on lands now or late | sive notice in duplicate to me at my offide of opposition of such reg static or e pos *
S—Usred British Colonial Stamps The Commiss#oner; 0° ** ghrweiys New York 19, State of New York, United | Of Fairview Plantation or however else The trade mark can be seen on application at my office
. oo or ee St. Joseph. | States of America has applic ° | the same may butt and bound, and ; this 27 february X Tur Cin
W Values” in singles or more, Write applied for the Dated this 27th day of February, 1950
Tome: Bourne, th Village 21, Ch. , 28.2-50—3n registration of a trade mark in con-| if not then Sold the said property wil) | H,. WILLIAMS, | Ss
Barbados. 2.2 GVvXV—X—— ee nection with Phonograph records and be set up for sale on every succeeding Registrar of Trade
NOTICE record blanks, electric Phonographs | Friday between the same hours unti | tice Mr. D. H, Alleyne, resigned
BARGAINS— Magare: Innes, sania en and the like and will be anne is sold for a sum not less than rer aa ~ Vice Mr. I Auveyne, resigned,
Gift Shop. selli ff remain- % . en o register the same after one = 2S. Y y i ee » received to
cee. nk Se —— PARISH OF ST. JOHN, manth fram the 20th day of ‘hebruge Dated this twenty fourth day of Janu: ; 17 PAYS TO Applications in person and writing will be received ip
for hot season 28.1.50—in. persons or firms dealing with the | 1280 {mies some person shall in thy] ary 1950 stinks '} A Few More. eee ) Tuesday, 14th March
3 . avers meantime give notice in duplicate to me ’. GILKEs, } Py es ;
SAFE with Combination Lock, pone afloat aa ate agua eae 2bRosition of such re Ag. Clerk of the Aqsatan Court if aie oid i ADI ERTL For particulars apply to
rements outside 3 32 x 30 i 8 - r strat e e mark can be seen oO ppeg ¥ ‘ Gi . i .
ite Fee pm aa ae 7 oe the 15th, March, 1950. R, 8. FR - on application at my office 28.1. 50—2n api * 1 ( SS C. K. BROWNE,
Archer MP Vice Parochial Treasurer St eer Dated this 27th ame 1950 di Cannon (ias Hotplates Secretary.
2 -1n , +s Tk . LIAMS, \
— ne | 26.2.50—2n Registrar of Trade Merv g
of every descrivtion. | ————--— Camera coe ee ee

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pe Me Sg SR MRC TAD! CEE in the afternoon, ar te Ome:
os ance pau! of the Clerk of the Assistant Court o
ereb. i (4) For the conv of ae 4 A al at the Court House Rridgetown
to ty wite ELVIS Ora. ‘wr rand A Almahouse ‘0 before tke Srd day of May 1960, In ordes
4 (nee King) as I do not and . the Genera! that such claims may be ranked ac
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h 983,08 cash. Telephone 3249. ce as well ae, taterested * alates CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS AND MADE PLAIN — ITEMS ty
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PAGE EIGHT



WI. Teams In England 1900—5

The forthcoming visit of the West Indies team to England
in the summer of 1950 must at once cast our minds back to
the summer of 1900 when the first West Indies team visited
England. It is interesting to delve a little into the pages of
West Indian cricket history and discover some measure of
information about “those giants of the past” who made «he
initial move in placing West Indian cricket on the map oi
the world and who blazed a trail now being so creditably
followed by the cricketing ste~s of our present generation.

—_— Turning over the pages we ic

that prior to the visit of Mr. *%
S. Lucas’ team in 1895 the Wes.
| Indies were then qu te unknoy
| to British sportsmen. Tais +s
| proved to be so successful int



Champions
By Scorecard

NEW YORK (By M”'!
Things aren't really too bad with
boxing thece days, except that it’s

1897 teams were brought to
West Indies both by Lord Hawke
af aehtrue r riesSt Cy
It was considered after this that
cricket had made so great strides

getting so you can’t tell a cham-| that a carefully chosen We:
pion without the old standy score- ual. an Wes quite capable of
card. i «siting England and iving a
- ‘fhe Netional Boxing Board| good account of itself he iden wo
As.ociation has it that Ezzard| pened and culminated n the

visit of the first West Indies tcai
, Eng and in 1900
1900

Charie; is the ruler supreme of
all neavyweights. New York state,
Great B itain, and Jack Kearns

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cumstances
| they had to meet this was a very
| creditable performance.

H. B. G. AUSTIN

n matches piayed, five were
drawn and eight lost,
ind bearing in mind all the cir-
opponents

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and the



say it isn’t so. The Selection Committee met L
Keains is the loquacious gent} yn Trinidad in January 1900 cnc At first the tour looked very
who managea Jack Dempsey and} hic is the team they chos much like ending in failure as
Mickey Walker in their heyday.| 3. S. A. Warner “(Trinidad)| the first four matches were los!
| off the ree! but far from bein

He also is the fellow who's cur-| Captain; S. W. Sproston, G















|
rently on his way back to this} Wearmond and _ Burton (Britis : . . |
country with his new champion Asada}. P. I. Cov, W. Bowr ng, the team improved day after day, _The West Indies paid their fifth of such a team to the shores of | will |
Joey Maxim. > A. Goodman and F. Hinde} 2nd at the end of the tour were vse to England in 1933 under the | England. They leave the West | |
Maxim, the good-looking Clev* | (Barbados) L. S. D’Ade, L §, | auite equal to first class cricket. Phew’ leat % r.. roe ee Indies fully conscious of the high | Re-open |
Jand,O., lad with boxing abilit: | constantine and Woods (Trini- “inal py. lone owe eee but drew the | honour and heavy responsibility
und a powde.puff wallop, sur-| jad), M. M. Kerr and a: 1506 other, England won the first | that rest upon them as ambassa-
prise.. all by kayoing Britain’s| \ivingstone (Jamaica) W. H Test at Lord’s by an innings and| dors of their countrymen who
Freddy Mills in London for the fignon (Grenada), C. A ON The year 1906 saw the Wes.) 27 runs chiefly due to the devas- |inust leave behind a reputation |
world’s lightheavyweight title Pare as "y heent) with W. c | Indies pay-ng their second visit tating bowling a W. V. Robins | that they played the game as good '
f " , Aj a , x to Eng en sos . t who took 6 for 32 in one innings. | eric s,strenuously but
Teeth And Title fock (Trinidad) as manager ro England — wee cites t oe e oe +f " ;
It was believed that Maxim, a Looking back fifty years is 7 B G, Austin, Sees wos ' Test Drawn ae } M h
cagey, fancy Dan in the ring, int to the selectors that bot! payee aoe, en ath | arc sae
couldn’t dent a hole in a lemon] trenada and St, Vincent wer eae - tt ; — cabo , 1990 The Seconda sest at Manches- I arr Sta Ss |
meringue pie with his punch. But] presented on the first West Indie contrast to one oe pa o at. was drawn, the West !naie y | Ist
he did, and it cost Mills a set of} ‘ouring team. There should b ¥ hen no batsman reache d the} ¢.euring the honours for a lead of | )
teeth and his title me means of the Selectors ex- eee et run mark, Ee ‘a single run on _ first innings. In | - m
On the good ship Queen Mary orine these avenues for talent a lata o at aaa oe is George Headley scored 169 not ae
bound for home with the crown, pecially bowling talent in which the: hs rest individue a moun " out and Barrow 105 in an innings Tommy Farr, former British |
Kearns said his boy will meet the] ve are not as correspondingly 883 runs i 29 innings, 1906 ay W': of 375 while James Langfidge took| heavyweight champion, and now 1
winner of the Lee Savold—Bruce rich as in batting three batsmen accomplish this! 7 for 56. a Brighton business man, denied 2
oodcock fight for the “Heavy- Perhaps a visit to the Cork feat i Dp, R. Jardine scored 127 out of | to-day a report from Sydney, Aus- PSS |||
& I 7 . ’e 97 . ’ ; 7 2 pa
weight Title.” “ub tournament games or an in- George Challenor scored 1,017 England's 374 and E. A. Martin- | tralia, that he is making inquiries
“For Maxim I claim the world itation to a representative Cork) j, 35 innings, L. S. Constanvine dale dismissed half the team for} about emigrating there with his Barbados Amateur
lightheavyweight title and the ‘up team would offer amp'e scope} } 995 jin 35 innings, S. G Smith | 73 wife and three children. Farr is ;
white heavyweight crown My r seeing what these islands have] 1997 jn 37 innings. S. G. Smith England won the Third Test at | reported to have written to a rela- B sae Association
boy already has beaten the be ) offer to West Indies cricket also took 116 wickets at a cost of the Oval by an innings and 1% | .ive in Sydney asking him to look OXINY SSOCTAL
heavies in America, including Sir Pelham Warner discussing} 19 3; runs each, the first time that) TÂ¥ns Thanks to a fine innings} around for an hote] for him to
avian wit : Walcot the \ ) » tean an article} " aparsgag re 7 by A. 3akewell, depu- , ;
vzard Charles and Joe Watcott, he visit of the team in an articl ghee f valet an tour-! of 107 by A. H. E i; p buy
oasis n Wisden’s Cricketers’ Almanac] ;. : oot ie — ae in tour" tising for Sutcliffe, England put To-day Farr said he had never Patron His Excellency The
The record books have it that] ‘or 1901 writes ' = : iup 312 in their Brat innings tO| heard of the man _ mentioned. Governor
Charles, not Maxim, was the win- “T will begin ‘right away ; Then came the third visit to} Which the West Indies ses ony Anyhow he had no intention of {{
ne- of their Cincinnati bout | the Americans say, by stating thi England, the famous 1923 tour reply with 100 and 195 having | jeaving Brighton. ; SCHOOL BOYS &
year ne sey are ee | SOnaines when H.B.G. Austin again cap- an sent oe te tank: tudbule's London Express Service.
. , any ng t t team nad neve : ia! e visit 0 1e es ndies to
But Kearns went on 1 hat the i tained the team. This team is : ;
‘ re D d toget vefore, that the ad te FP i 4 England in 1939 constituted their i
“ e National Boxing Asso iayed together before regarded by many as the best “ ; | ay . \ 1
Se ee mminate Charlie vere quite unaccustomed to ; ny as the best Cre visit. They did compare-| Dominica Draws Match Mh N -
ciation can nominate Charl ; see 7 Lad team that the West Indies have >'* thre “Pes et r.
the world champion, then 1 car train of three day cricket ane ever produced. They played 28 tively better in the three ests With H M S “‘Glasgow’ |
name Joe for that title, too.” \t they lost the toss on no fews matches, won 13, lost 7 and played during the tour. They lost | an | : T URNAMENT
¢ . ’ an aa ae nc out of th os ae » firs aS > ickets < « {
He said, however, that he’s} ‘than twelve ot oa a f th drew &. These figures were for fon ae by a ic _s DOMINICA, Feb. 27° SHIP 0) [

‘ rg til Maxim de-{ scventeen matches that the po all matches played but the, Loras althoug padley estab-| nie island drew two all in Foot-; bs e odes ;
willing to wath a ; W icock| ?ranme comprised, I think that iorit ” first class lished a record of being the first | “The island d M “Glasgow” ' Applications are invited from th
feats either Savold or oodcoc save aiven wilt b majority were ti class. ricketer to score a century in| ball against H.M.S. rlasgow . following far a tournament &
before claiming Joe Louis’ so-| the judgment I have given Wr ey.| This was the zenith or George Ct ste che Seat tela at (C.P.) take place at the, Mommies.
calle cant crown endorsed on all sides Of the sev fhis was the zeniti 1 o: George’ each innings of a est mate at Se ae School Stad ium on = rao ay
oe a Saad th 1t a match wi ‘ ini Challenor’s career He scored! Lord’s and the second to score | 15th and Thursday 16th Mareh

ese erg " 1.967 runs including eight cen- separate hundreds in a Test) z

5 " 2% ver oo one s: 5 S me separe fp - a \ 2 ja) Blementary Schools in the
Charles would be a pusho | turies. He was third in the first, Match twice, Sutcliffe had} B. wee adio Urban Area for the Urban
for Maxim. a ° ie class averages in England with an} *Ircady done so in 1924-25 and} Area, Elementary School

“Charles is a very moderate ta lan ft ig S | aggregate of 1,556 including five| 1929. Programme roe
: ; ’ not , 1v | é 5 € 29. a
power en net pet extead my - }centuries with an average of | The West Indies scored 277 and ib) my Schools, sa the
er, he Geciares. eg? | 51.86 runs, Hendren and Mead, 225 as against 404 for 5 wkts, de- TUCSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, +050 ountry area for: the Bars
y os . > o 7 i ? ; ia tate f » ™ Elementary School Cham
Number One : British Champ a'one being placed above him. ‘elared, (Len Hutton 196 and aoe os fA aso og ewe plonships
Kearns said Louis should oer | . George Francis and Georg: | Denis Compton 120) and 100 for | rchestra. 7.45 a.m. Genesally Speaking. - - i ih
out of retirement and fight Maxitn | John both got their hundrec | 2 wickets. | } a.m. From the Editorials. 8.10 a.m Pro- (e AD Senta cn ae ie
igh, the tle. Mei as the cumber| TONIGHT | wickets, the former taking 10:) ‘The Second Test at Mancuetes | Kira" em. Cie Dow gt Shipe in every vision
“1 regi me . cee “a " | wickets at a cost of 15.34 runs} was awn, i sc ‘awa. 12.10 p.m, News Analysis. 12.15 s ;

. oo stvle J y : 1 > ; . P 2 ae lie 5 ad) All Noviees—~i.e, those wh
one contender since his style of LONDON (By Mail) | act . latter 100 wicket.! for 7 wickets declared and 128 for | vop Tunes. 1 p.m. On the Job. 1.15 p.m. fat: ae ®> :
boxing against such a slugg°r A’'varo Nuvolini, Italy’s No. 2 ee a , . 7 ac : 16 and the West Indies 133 and | a ‘Accordeon Interlude, 12.:0 p.m, Tip have never taken part i

aes at a cost of 14.13 runs each » anc € s ‘ . cs Newsreel, 1.30 p.m. John Bull's any contest, amateur or pro
would be a great match in Amer-| bantamweight boxer, is to fight | 43 for 4 |} tadio News. < "310 p.m. Home fessional,
stogan > Danny O’Sulliv: British ban * . : Sore ., ata he W a tand. 2 p.m. The News. 2.10 p.m. a
lea ann) Sullivan, ritish ban- Test Status Big Bill Bowes gave the est| News From Britain. 2.15 p.m _Sports Re- Sethian cd epeiieation: may.)
Savold and Woodcock are hgt tamweight champion in London Indian batsmen much trouble) ‘ew.2 30 hs He Ut Oe “The News obtained from the Scavetar
ing in London, June 3 Maxim | to-day at the Harringay Stadium fhe fourth vist, m 1928 under) securing a bag of 6 for 33 in the} }!) “ies whee Daily Service. 4.15 p.m. Modern High School on reaue
meets the winner there under The fight, over 10 rounds, will} the captaincy of R. K. Nunes saw | fivst innings and playing the | he Riddle of the Sands. 4.45 p.m Mant Entries close Tuesday 7th Marca
the auspices of promoter be O’Sullivan’s last before he|the West Indies granted Tes | major part in giving England the | »artre een s p.m, lneenm) ved. 4 aos
Solomons, in September. If ects Manuel Ortiz, the Mexican, | status for the first time ir | honours for a lead on first innings 7 eT ints Speaking. 5.45 p.m ek
wins, Kearns and Solomons have} for the world title | the career in the Imperia sarcly MaePherson at the pTpeaiee Organ.
appeal be » the British Box Nuvolir v i e igt cet : a ‘ p.m. From the Third rogramme. 4
an appeal before the FiO make a| ing for more than five years 83 ¢{ ry, o Sunshine | 74m The New ard BonTas pm. Letter
in, 0ara ¢ y) Seeaaee r aug or more fan Y yea as i a a oe.” ae 15 p.m estward oO. * wette
antes matenit + two foreign srofessiona!,. wil ; , ; ix matches were ar- : i Se ae Rose Radio Newsreel
new rule permi ing “ B, re ote os 1 B = be _making his| ised and thirty of these were | The Third Test at the Oval saw | J)", peggy Ty Music, 9 p.m, The COME IN
ers to meet in os 3 ti Me a aie ” nd rt i 7 RD PORrRRCs A") first class. Of these 7 were won, | the West Indies revelling in the | Yews. 9.10 p.m. Home News from, Britain,
nag ot ay " t f 1 om Swerve: Ronee he] \o jost and 17 drawn. Five mem- | sunshine England was bowled! °.ts pitt Et ores sop 10 om ‘Exchange AN
’ fighting o1 I stopped us Fo } J ‘Y 2 P . ~ QR9 i ‘ nat ; 2 d Lig chestra. . LxCHE
ing idle He a ‘ oa ped Gu Foran Northern} pers of the team completed their | out for 352 in their first innings | ene Le ae 10.20 >.m, Pipes and Drums. D REAP
. i Zuffalo, N y I . } ‘ a « Program k
M.B.A. crown in Dultaio, Bs. ot) angie d bantam champion, in SIX/ thousand runs. F. R Martin of and scored 366 for 3 in their’ i945 p.m, Report from Britain. 1! p.m
February = coat oe Se ee eee har] Jamaica scored 1,481 runs in 47 econd innings. Len Hutton scored e News
Beshore, a fellow who 10 t two punching and toughness George ChaSenor 1,391} , %
. | 1s ge Cha enor we r et tile te deal eal tt tt 6, A3t pt SOF
a row to Lee Oma Nuff said He a 2 ade — attempts to| , 47 ‘nabeae, L. N. Constantine 1} 2 OOPS OOOTFYs OP ALSO EEL LD FPSIAE GI OE —"s
vin the Italian title, losing to}, 7 ‘ sg . .
’ 1.459 in 47 innings, and C. A.|% ¢
Guido Ferracin and Amleto Fai-| Roach 1,262 in 49 inning ‘ ® he ‘
a toa 1,262 g gs is ,
F il . FT; Place cinell, Constantine completed the | X 2 LA —_ CONOMLAL %

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fifth and so failed to gain a place fie. .an the Italian outboxed hin : he W eather ‘
in the semi-finals The 10,000 | 4 es ain wind
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a. of Cueenane in 34 mins, utting his right eye which r: Sun Rises: 6.15 a.m.
' seconas } | . 2 49 ¥
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‘ arometer (9 a.m.) 29,986; * Phone 4267. = ‘ .
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gjDAl FEBRl \K\ More Fish n The Market Km fl T ^. n and 1^^^ -tie amount IIBBBBBW market ha;; aTeatly ^^^^C of ;he peop.> js** a*"1 ; 2 „r. the ttmti now '"^p Mffcel J* .-,, %  '* %  '" clearly Le B of 8.8:.u used through This was madup of %  .of living fish. I.3W lbs. I""! 2( 42 lbs. of shark. 333 Ig'Sih.and Mil * of £ r D Hinkson, Clerk of the tTffikt the Advocate tl people are gettu I^LpI to the market now BJpSjee are kecpinc. St— aml ,is '' vmior KL that recently very few 2.ere hle to buy nan alone rii, at the wharf. Tho IK Sutsble I.' at the Wharf ". ~ |) is being conveved there. BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE nvi: dS* rKt Decisions Confirmed Butter Here Tomorrow ue !" E %  '"'" %  """"" <0 wlu %  tlI.r-1. Georges from the hl| in the Chamber delegate, stand on either side of S fii// Text of Grenada l^n^ent Sugar Talks Resolution Unloaded DKISONs b) n„ Wewehi, II Hanschell were,„. [Mr banH A Vaughn of the Hnnschel ,.ed two riM In which ,'carwood hid aecu.eC Ira Cask" :.,rk. •.-. !" ol having stolen %  pocket %  ed >2 aad cunulnlng S34.84, and the other of having and beaten her The ttcucc* were committed bcr 2. Monou s were of the pUUW that the caaea had not been proved. Yearwood said that after • natde dlipute between Clarke and herself they began to light' In th Mir of the struggle her pocket book dropped ami Gsskin ran jf. with it. CLARKE'S "BLOOD MIXTURE Cleanse the system Iro'm blocd impurities ; many sufferers fro.n rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago, neuritis, pimples, boils, sores and minor skin ailments, can derive g r eat benefit from this well-known medicine. la LIQUID M riltfl FORM „ rOLLK.I [ar giving Usj concerts II fStumed to RSigColleco. small shipment ol ' ," c "', "> Tnmdnd Legislate ant conce, was over rom Holland, "' !" otincil. The various tern%  "iBtrlbut.on followed by he , an !" < !" J • Ties were represented u I * '' cooktn* and^ihu iSiE"!* l0W!: f Meg, it mn in „ n Q iMctrk. rvbrdm. II |; ALL the equipment brought bv motor vessel Caracas-' on friday [^(jSlSr'parksKi MrCh.se attributed the present *2KU. ,i „ "„ %  B*cfiSu' School. sh -"Ad.,, E-\*o heard th. es from Canada e.lHSSJ?.' 1 *" '...' %  ?5mllM by Uteii enioru ol 9 Australia L5i Folk Songs L^u. Polk Songs : ta:.e. W TSSS : — KMCaterpill... fell from .aken to ge, fair, aiid overt in m-d LIIOIIU AI r Roiii Ai B lilUm •* Vcr>tute. St. John aim H fcfencw^ : thls w f 'h-anT-" Esstnated for an injury to p*f the steamer on which the J" % _'^ aor c G Beaslcy III knee and ipcLn-ii brakt te.il %  (run, the .1": lf lan sugar per of the Conirolle. after 1952 (when the gl PEUi'Li. aken to '"at the Au *ifcIt^MthenS r^uwUbiy ramuMr*iiGWrpiUar fell from th,, l n ^f y , *M 640.U00 tons 0 | | I Nil',: ... IL'A. t_JI num the i butler will be agreement to buy all exiKirtable ItGwral Hotpital sufTerini " irch.' ..;,, %  jutes after the Central Diflicull coupled with Ihc limitation of total MS, driven i.;, Cameron "It is my opinion." t.id Mr. B.WJ. exports to 800,000 tons (j' Bi > ' i ., amount „f 640.1100 torn Is less kwpoliMii Drug Store at going In make it very difficult fo, tha | exuorls which Mt toSSfnSSH: „f ","•' !" ,,su !" w < % %  %  I"' ..t 725.000 ml Iklthwaile ol Deucui tan that the Kj and Mai i limitation of the ~ irch narket. 640.000 tons %  and gla eue at the s : : fAjntrelli i id i ., hr Knerofli. be-en made m bulk and British West |,„|„, Serafiii % !" "'". h;i At 'he tniie „f Ihe ulmingof II.. %  ' I...1-. a the butter A rly January, and thi. ......e. %  ^" %  •H-J? dtoehuied. A "Utter was to have been sent' was i"!!, !*' E Rolfe of ,hc Colonial ( tbe guard wall of the :m 't Welfare Oran' as Secretarv of the Conftn POMriiLConfemice > nuderue wai knocked while all supplies uf the modiiy was exhausted. ingon. drawing a trailer Realising the unfortuaic I caterpillar owned by tion iJ.N. Harrlman lb; Austin Gill Koid tt-as travelling JSS saw a car .,„,,, ,. held ,„ L,„,do„ Tl. t London Th i e amounted to a guarantee Their Honours ,.( the Court of Appeal Mr. J. W. B and Mr. H. A. Vaughr upheld a decision ,,t Mr. II. A Talma and dismissed a cast -•' brought by the iwhce again.. im, !H£:.i Airport has Ifahunircl Youaup el Mam Hut oeen unloadcM and removed Iran Street. St Michael. Yousup wn l80LVED FOLLOWS: -urm/ Sunday „„ ;k n^ TT^m^'^, the total umita of perm it tea t-ovenunent crane the engineers S2 2 n^H."!" 'J, 90000 ,on5 om '';"' dd 'chrgingthe,nachlnMr Ci. H Ad. ms appeared to. propowd by Hi. Moteity's %  that same day. Yousup Oovemment for the British The Caracas" sailed out yetlerWe Indies and British "lay morning for Port-of-Suauv Yousup, a peddling clothe Oulana as inadequate, but in Trinidad, from where it is exDeetdMl r I"" 1 "' ***" living II sympathy with the purposes ed to return to Barbados \y\h B *'*" dM ,or "' months and '" "" ""otHer load of ,„.,,l„n, rv .,' '".V." :l h ,,.II ,n,n r > ,or The ,„se lor tha proaacuUe i id sugar trad.Maura. J. M. iiainmai, and ce '."''"^ J!^i .1'' 7'D "f 1 "" is p,,,,, • tumberbatch the shirt fo, J4 n, BrlUan Wo %  *** was ra of linens I nrt~! J t ""'uneratlve jenlly scarce in Harbados, has denied having offered C v ii ",. C . ^ "" %  "-'" % %  % %  %  ^ n iteaoily nowing into the batch to sell bin the ..ajestys Government Island in large shipments withn, <4 00. this Confere! .,. past seven or eight days 'hat the limitation of inch Yesterday a shipment of 8415 ""~ tonnage to (HO.OOO tons. ., bags-5,415 bags from Vancouver rilils. Ili.-^ Su.l.l.i, I, figure substantially less than and S.OOO bags from San Francisco ljI,,l€ l "" s ~"<>l< Hl> the cuirent exports of the — arrived by Steamship "Metarea, must gravely prejudice macrey %  A sixteen-month old child die. hot oi.l. Meagre. OeaMrel Traders Ltd suddenly on Friday last wlub British West Indies and Mi,tish were consignees of 6000 bags of ''* mother. Daphne but also the relations the supply while Messrs Harold "' """"'ck. was taking it to Or between His Majesty*! il,ivProverbs and fo. were importers w %  M**"*" I'M" "f *" emment and Hi, Majesty'i of the remainder Joseph, for loyal subjects m Ihi n The "Mormacrry" also brought '"almcnt and recommends thai th.an ample sui.plv of canned quota to be guaranteed affair salmon. 152 should at least be such Tin : ates under the "* '. "J" Moore MoCormack lines for whom 1 and i iinro.l.td. The loouiry into the death aHea ana West INQUIRY ADJOURNED t^JJiJ? "P 0 5 ^t 1 : ^al representatives. Ship:. Allan Niles a tail: make occasional eall-; 725.000 tons. of this lim That this Confeiei. mindful o| the gran quefhcw t.i a failure <.f ;h licgotiatiuiis between Hi W CALLING hereyestord.. JUS! '"-on rrora 81 LuS was the Fruit Gomefl Christ <'hurch, who died i. spital on January 23 was adjourned until March 8 by Mr. E. A Mr I let "A". IN OUR I IMS DFPI. GLASS TOWELS. 77c. each K1TC11KN TOWELS. 18c., 74c.. and 78c. each DAMASK NAPKINS, Mc. each I1UCK TOWELUNO in White, Gold. Green. Blue and Rose at 70c. and Sic. per yd. i ELLOW COTTON Dl'STERS 26c. and Mc. each C. F. HARRISON & Co.. (B'dos) Ltd. DIAL 2664 mm qiiai.-orl,. supplies almost u, one llovernmerr ;,,| cs '„, IWM of a quontllj ol shipment. Tnc feiepslakc This will probably result II I !" "porutl b lllli; to ^Chapman, Lan *? CT "-'"' n n,I reon ftrtouS-,"" '" re '"< "oeofia.io %  HKis laxen. „f lnt butler from A % %  K W 1 S \ UIMV -— m, M1 denl -" f :ecided tolSmmUS i '.v. %  ti liai arned thai the deb ,. , should consist of olevi I think that it woui-. %  Qovenunsai a) to receive in Lonuun .. delegation repffCMi of the peoples >l Hi Brltlah West Indies and British (iuiatm can of members of 1 1 tures and represeiu.-iti\t of labour in thf industry It negotiations are and 2f> YEARS AGO Lady .it.y" whleri brought fresh fruit, cocoanuts. eoeoanut oil. charcoal, firewood (sMuTDftdoft Advocate. Fehm and .1 motor Mr. D. L. Johnso.. is agent Case Dismissed in A case brought agai Small ol ary 28. 1925) Before the business of the Coin of Ordinary was entered upu. 'osterday, Mr. II W IN•ctfag Attorney Geiieml. Intro MM duceti lo H Hon. .it: Sn Hsjrtx hIS G "'"^Kt. CMM Jin Frank Reece. barrister ho was called at the Bi Bnl .it the mlludiu tion. \i n> Mi H A Vaughn It wasa ,;„„,,„ H,,!,,.,, A iam M Mr. H A. Talma e at-law II. |„. ." *'•'•'"** %  J Sarje.nl. W. S. Patterson and W aaj wffered %  J wepti. He reported that %  I boards valued S6.00 were awn his bom ODSatun: ;, Miua.m. U follow-; imii-h more to the interest of the A K.L.M, Charter Flighi on timer if we had b#es) Lull ol C P i M la I GRAM ntlnue to get our butter supJanutlct and Trinidad—2 each. arrived .it Oaawsj] a: I 55 j> m WwChur.h. rep. from Canada. ( AnUgua. St. Kills. St. Luciayesterday bringing seven pessencarrying out Olhis I(e > -irtDj\ \J i i _ ~" %  tneultur.i! fork %  JWnesdav last. It was the m Ridge Plantation. ACCUJtNT occurred on W Busby, M Braniao. V Three Months For ^^STfiroX g Bustamante of Jamaica and Mr months' vacation^ 40 p.m. fo. afterwards returned of time for den yond March M t.iis to be done. ...... ^ tr,e.nt. W. S. Parier^n and I.. II. Adams represented st. C. Hiitchinson. Saniury I'r,ntai,,,,, „f Special Prize Its to Small in the pector but Small was of oilered in connection with th i %  'n Annual Industrial Esl I last year were presented worreii saut ut ., i 0 ihetr napeetlve wtnnen at the ened to kill htm il h. return axial Hall by HI s home. Since then in th. K r M i; of the Agricultural K.L.M. Planv Brings Seven MAWt.w ,iii ^-g !• .• %  Bustamante of Jamaica and Mi. months' upad,,,, Bjaai Road. St. 1-e.e, M'Ullllg^UgUr-Cuile <;,.,„es of Trinidad should be The plane ion it 2 fiif 0 ""' Xrv milli r 1R ,,, m '' m bc !" 0( " delegation an.l St. Lucia and alterwi •aettr car A-23. owned .f !" ^ JBatM jld form a standing Commito Curacao. % %  by E < .th ]'„ lessor Beasley as con. %  Bantation, St. %  need to three moriti. ,, 0 rnrr tonui hcse „.. BW %  '" Albertha pnsonment with hard labour ,„„ mendallon! II A-rsliip Mr. 1 f The Conference also OOal * %  She waa alter"" "— <" %  "" %  posal by the Coloni... %  J*"" S! ''' %  • %  *"" "'"' 'i S1 i'fj 2 !" %  Brittall Honduras should re%  she was detained. mowing on the lands "f the I UK ,,..„ a „ of 25 MQ on! „,, o) /.,.. -I .orootise I IIIVISA %  din.-.. ,J*llnNS of Belair. s: Th Col creic. noted^h pasja, reported "*-* 1 told the court, he had to be accinipanled by a fellow Inspector Their Honours felt that Small had been in some degre. %  KTow,'„ U g 3 on"h,1 '"Mr H. Kirton M id he was ? f*JSTE£i bi ld.rn.ged during Bun ' ,i,f Ul ". bl !.f? . .?. „ade for this purpose but raml lour fowls valued the polio, who arrived ,„.i feim of a separate quota, c Bap 4iii,-searched the field and i„..s that the ,, de for this purpose but in the on the sugai Lower Cariion, the man. production In British Hondura [• %  S he stated that the When asked bv the police whnl had entered at no stage into thi %  •taken from het yard he was doing In the Held IK bi'-'iit series of negotlat, pwaa.v night. Febiii.,1 ,.1,1 then, tb./ the offer to RW.IS.A. hae %  ""i |i Inokine. for a man named Lloyd been made I.niton. Utah, ";,?,",: Mmi lall Hoad. st ,„„. ^F if Jti. jn, on Satur""" '-'" lorry pg" l'> V G Tuckei 11"' ^PanceHall. st Lucv. K C *" mull paarSi\ Months For Stealing \ ests The Conference was character' ised by a striking unai.. %  eei The toUt ',yl of 111 main resolution of il„ I WHsuU .s Tins Conference o' rnmen s ana peoples of Antlgu. BBWfoTrot., s:. u..„." ..\V .— V. .. 'inn.en s ana peoples ol Anligu %  KoS"', Hrltlah Oulana. IJT^ 'siovo tnat h i .1 imtu-isonmenl u: ban al, K,I ... t -.... .-. ... iZ ... ., aaaWTT^ '" """ 1 I>D -" st Kilts St Lucia St Vmeer 'C .''.' • %  l 0<1 and Trn'ldad. cannot e'i £* p .antation and thi :, .dine one dozct '. ....... %  •he offer made by His Majesty* %  %  $l000 nd Govemn •he %  property ol Wdliam Fowrty J^^Su^ar"^ nuTy 2li .950 i. a fulfilment 0 valued J.1I1I The oil) M -" C ,' y ,*„f,"V i of 10th August. 194U. o i, that it is commensurate with th ,e ,. ., „,vc of the peoples of the Brltis' lllee 15a. IN 14 DAYS West Indies and British Cuian. SU' hls. ck *£ „, mi%  a* remrif. i ..... th'a now for the first time and at th< -okes of Lightfoot Lane attention In Joint consultation e %  NtRork^i x TmUnst ^credited repraaenulives of th•gproperiv : Governments and people %  ftUrt-., lanjtuage near Roebuck Street on British Wast Indie Haa D occurr J 01i -Febru. 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I'M.I I II.IIT BARBAI.OS ADVOCATE HI >i>\v. uniti ARV 2K. nj. W.L Teams In England 1900—39 . u? u T—^Mto l*>*m tn Enflia.'d i n ^^^^^mm m '** e.w.%. ;,.) must at once eta. wtantheflr* England It is interesting d,an cricket history and discover spit the weld and She blazed a trad no,, HUM) ,olMw*by.hecnt',,I Ihsl prior to thf visit of Mr as' team in I89-i lb 1 Indies were then qu tish %  portnntn TWi .:* %  I IrkUti txtri i>> Lord i Champions By Scorecanl u Tni-ns arCQl really too bad wilhi days, except that it' ... so vou can't tell a chamthe old standy scor.-. ard N tlonal Boxing Board has It that Euard Char.e. la the rule, supreme of I n and Jack R lanl so. is the loqiiji who manaaaxi JackDmpac3 %  '" |I Micxi'v Walker in that! He also Is the fellow who renllv on hi* way back ti country with his new ch.i Joey Maxim i I land.O.. lad with boxing absllt, powde puff • i Mills In London I, Teeth And Title i %  o" uood ship Queen Mary bound lor home with the Kearns said his boy will moi won.' Woodcock llnht lor the "HeavyMaxim 1 claim DM world liUhlh.'iuyweiahl litle and the white heavywemhl boy i' lieavu i v Er/ar,! The record I 1 But K' "It the National B 1I M v *l. then 1 I tor that title. that nc* wlllim l" wait until Maxim 0>,„hcr Savol.l before claiming Joe LOUl Kearns (eels that a n CharlewouU for M.i boxn '"'" 1 "" boy." he declared. Number On* -aid Louis ah mart and njtlt Maxim for !'•' %  "I re." one rontender >*.,, • boxing against such .1 lUlfa '< would be a greni match I" '•"" %  avoid aa I meetJ d ajosor, n bei If Savoid win* Kearni and s n g IX""! o< new rule uermittir.. To be sure. Charle, in, Idle uu BllnBlO, r* li wax < %  %  • 'his thai cricket hud made so githat a caiefullv cMtBi %  *'< aning a Hood account 0. ted n th,-isil of the ftrsi West In %  nd m 1900 ISO.) %  n M Ifltdad IB Jannai i %  %  rrinldarx ton, O C rmond and Burton (Bntu I. Co-, W Qoodmaa and F HIM .Barbados) L S DAdc I. S (Trim%  nd O. L .< (Jamaica) W H Tisnnn (Grenada). C A 0)11 I Inl t" lb Hit 'T %  %  hould >> %  %  %  %  I %  • %  .-p'inflinKly i. %  iiitf %  itlve Con: lands hav %  ft %  A Almana I || writes — •I will begin riKht I %  he Amen. %  %  %  %  %  %  the prothink thj: he ludgment I have g.v %  Firpo Seal Dempso\ Out of Ring BUENOS ARIES. Feb 2~ Luis Angel Kirpo still contends LtOttld have been crowneit • (•ig'nt champion o4 nat memorable day at New York in 1923 Firpo's hectic battlfj with Jack Dcmpsey was voted mp:cv was outside the rlna ..'ids by ih* force of my Firpo said in recalling the nht In the iveond rowd Demprv k-incked Firpo out to retain ; Mr title—Can Press. CHECK ZEPHYRS Men mi drawn and einht lost ring in mind ..I .-urmtances and th< %  M a ver> >redi table At first the tour lookr-i Vtf} JACK GRANT ROLF < With regard to the T< land won all three The first they won at Lord's by an innings and At first tne lour loonen verv i %  <* *—• j %  < •— %  •.>. much like Mdlni "> failure -JS8 runs, the second at Manches..but f.M rn nadt by such a bad start. the team improve! day aTter day. and at the -id ir the ial ;<> flrtl class cricket. I0M KM IC5 not out and Wally Hammond 138 In the second innings. The West Indies took tlrst Innings honours with 498 to which K II ntrlbutad 137 top score And so the 1950 West Indies ;eam wilL pay the seventh vUil of such a team to the shores of EniUnd. They leave the West Indies fully conscious of the high hv an Innings and 30 runs id the Ibird at the Oval by an inngs and 71 runs TheWest Indies paid their fifth visit ti England in 1933 under the captaincy of r. C IJacklel Grant Indies fully conscious oi ine man •wo Tests but drew the honour and heavy responsibility I aajand won the first that rest upon them as ambassaTest at Lord's by an Innings and dors of their countrymen who „ ... | J1 nun hieflv due to the devasmust leave behind a reputation •.,.:,.. oowli | %  ,,-y plaraxl the ame M good „,„ one inning, ert*jr.. a r a u . i Q Auvtin Tn fe\l llrnwn ..ven. It ten and drew 2 J-• j ] ,,. ScCwbu % %  %  hen DO baton I lead of C. Ah. Mrmle run on first innings i 1.000 run m tnl t 'tallii the highest Individual 883 run na*. I Gaorfi Chalhmor u -red 1,01' jrtga, LSt I.0U in 35 inmiiRs. s 0 tain 1.007 in 37 innings S tns" ..... •.-. • (; .i.;. Hi -''li--. -i 168 not innings 171 wl accompUah inn 7 ( or SA. : i> n JardliM aoorad 127 out ol England's 37s and E A Martindala dismissed half the team for 7:1 England won the Third Test at 0\ an Innings and 17 runs Thanks to a fine Innings of 107 by A H Bake.vell. depu%  -or Sutclifle. England put ..!> 312 lit their tlrst innings to .... II.I_I ,1.11 i_|wnleh the West II Then .Jliie the thl-d \lslt to .„ ..n.land the lamou. 1M3 ..' | %  .,!, m again „he„l.l... Mjokw-I lBltm tamed the team. This <'>•"'Kn8la „ ri ,„ ,939 constltut.-l regarded by many a. the beat Th dld cr mpart < team that the el Indies have "" r { ,J h| .„„„. .,., ,.„„iu...i in.oi .>/.i • | durlni tha tour. Tha %  i l ataa, .... 13. lost • 'no ., Tesl hv „,hl wickets at drev. II,,..;•"• J" iah HSolaj I I matrhe, ola.rd bl the JJJjn ( "JJJJ n( ^ he flrB nialarIK wan nrst claaa. nck %  innlnga ol a Test match a'. career He scored Lord'l BBtj lha NCOBd to score 1,,-luding eight censeparate hundreds in a lest la and ._ a>-^..a .....K a. n 192t--a anu. The West Indies score,! 2 M 215 as against 404 for 5 wkta. declared, ILen llutton IM and I-enia Comptnn I2HI and 100 for -,-t.oiid Test at M was drawn. England scoring m* . wickets declared and IM tor .„„i lha Waal I"*" I' 3 and 1 Bowaa gave the West Indian batsmen much trouble -,unng a bag of for 33 in the first iniiiiigs and playing the maid part in giving England the rat nmlna Fair Stays In Li.K. i O IK a/iffM (i.i it g -,-> Fan. (otmei British uf 375 while James Lanarldge t.-. :,t champion, and now rihton business man. oenieii raport from Sydney. Aus...ua. that he ,s making inquiries about emigrating there with hi, wife and three children, tarr i, reported to have writt?n to a relaUtay aaklng him to look around lor an hotel for him to l.uv To-day Farr said he had never heard of the man mentioned, cuu... "...j Anyhow he had no intention ol 195 having I i rav | n g Brighton London Ex press S ervice. Dominica Draws Match With H.M.S. "Glasfow" DOMINICA. Feb 27 The island drew two all in FootI v s 'lent o( HUM, pult.r.is M I'er vtl DRESS ran*., :!B" wide. Per %  ,! aw PYJAMA sn T |v ri a larue range :iC" i,l.-. Per yd. B4e. 4 j^ :il" wide, per yd. M, JOHNNY H-ADCLjtll In White, 1-ink. ; JV C.reen, Ilelio Sax. :'li \%itle. I'er vd. : aa CAVFSHEPH[RO&Co.,ttd 10, II, 12 A 13. BROAD Smut Barbados Amalt-ur Boxinj \>siinalin Patron His ticilttacy Th* Governor SCHOOL BOYS & MIVKES CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT. (It ' a-ai %  Viltand with ai. I aggregate of 1,556 includi' with an average • %  ( 86 runs Hendrrn M ,: placed above him. Francis wi j th H-t Iheir hundrei I smar lak'nn 10: .! ,. st i>f 15 34 nm: rttar ino srtckal each Taal siauis 28 uiuKv %  %  K IS %  %  raw to lb. %  d thirty ... lb i ,i than. %  wen #on, ...wi Kivr mam, ttam ramptatad Ihaii | I. Marltn of ., i iHI runs In 47 ..... i N I'uihi.ii'in.' ind C. A te: In 48 li rompw I ..... ,: 116 1.54 H C Grifl U tt run SunahlBC ll.ll.l Iladio l*rot(riiiiimc .... 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PAGE FOIR BARBADOS ADVUI 1TB TUESDAY FEBRlAk UH BARBADi^siflkA^oem Codrington College f —T"*" THF i n t(lAiinn of Prince"* ..._... ^_..._. . L Tamil I by TW M*MN o. **.. *• " %  •* %  %  •"" TueMlnv. Krhruarv 28. IS" Snjar Follow I'p THE leccnl sugar laltcpoint unrnis'akably to a growth in \ opment o( the Wt I and sugar experts met at GowuMMBl nd have decided not to entertain the ,f the British SomUlWM lu lne .,; %  Astociati %  quou of 640,000 tons of sugar but quest permission from the Secretar> "f State for the Colonies to send a political delegation to bargain with the Mintoti Food on a IKW compromise' hams of the present West Indian surplus sugar pr.x)uction, estimator! it 72J.0OO tons. The only vital point yet to bt Wttled is the best time for the delegation to gp to London. The pn %  ra] Elections mak. impossibletor an immadiat) visit. This must wait until it is quite certain what plans Mr Attlee is maki mint of the United Kingdom. Bui imperative that negotiations shjuld begin at the earliest moment, which should be |y in April. Under a cloud of uncertainty and with feelings ot frustration the West Indian QoVi I mentl met in Grenada essentially to mi presented I men! demanding : .; tugai It nry. The populations of most of these colonies depend almost solely on sugar and without imperial preference or guaranteed markets cannot support themselves. They had hoped to be able to expand the in and improve methods of production in cider to raue the general economy of the area. If Qreat Britain consents to present generous demand, they will at least under a long term agreement, lie saved the alternative oi what expansion has hitherto been made Faced with a General Election In bit h it might be raised against them thai had caused an increase in the houtl budget, the Socialist Government through the Ministry of Food hesitated to jrant the demands of a sugar delegation winch i London last year. The repi. uf the various West Indian governments held then meeting at the time of the [ion and many of them I rejection by his conititt* Secretary of State for the Colonies who had shown great sympathy with West Indian sugar when the food UinitU I • ids To an did and at tl did 's %  tubule to then unity and judgn A continued Wi %  of 900.000 tons I I the Indus" to do: but I ot product!,. ad soo.000 tons and acttd with the inuu TL' the extremist who must have %  Ins view, -a limited view all But ti. and sober minds who know thai to ask for what is possible than t %  %  deal at Grenada < at least three politicians who can .ul problems apart from Inl n licit too to th< i to the vast amount ot work put in bef' : .'.mi. They ha\ standard and one winch it is not easy for the British I to retain the loyalty of the W. with a Conservative (Jovernment I to Imperil ment. it could quota than 725.000 ten annul decui' action the I i Ity to a final An unmtelli or obit ,t the moral victory attained at i Will III %lll IIS KAYi stallation of Prince's Alice a* Chancellor of tlic Univenrtty College of the West Indie-. i brings to mind the only othr %  In this aia Th. |g well known and has I p.oduced men who have neld high I %  • si John Lrai Jamaica, and rcylon. H was foundled by C h ll llo phl Codnngton III, SfBO wan born In 1868 His grandi,,,,l i C,"lrmgton -. ueaner%  "( he t' d ?! Ihc wonders "1 Ihc New World ..,: Codrlngtoi. Iwho had .rttlrl in Virginia In IWWi left England in 'he reign "f [ Charles I. who,, only %  cadtl II rv and make hi: fortune. I chrl %  nc to Barbados and became a wealthy planter; „e died his two son. were I losponsilillin In this Island. The older Chrts.1 was made Governor Leeward Cartbbee Isles .n and at his death in l98 %  on, Chrlatophgf II.. to caIhe tradition of his name. ChrUtophi r Cod lotton %  '• Church • ncr on July .i. 11685. Afte lak.ng his degree lie I was elected to a tcllowshlp at All Souls, Oxford. In 160. He aerated himself to ancient an I modern languages, literature hliI tory, divinty. physic and logic also he was conlde-ed a wit and I mere .Indent, for four years after nil All Souls he WJ1 Hi in Fland%  here he attracted the attenl.on of the King and was made a of age when Ins lather died, anl the Kin,; < "" Command In the West Indwl Christopher Codrinftoa til returned to the WCM 11 the stele of the Islands was very unsettled; his officials do not appear to have i eeo always trustworthy or loyal to him Codrington proved hlnuelt t. bt and able ruler, but as Is inevitable with such men, he made cne%  npeal w-as lodged agaui't him. but was dismissed bj UK House of Commons. Codringtoii and Admiral Benli successful engagi against the French, but after Adimiral Benuow s death, a great expedition planned by him ana *,, a **? l £l Guadeloupe In 17OS failed; at the age of Ihlrty-slx Codnngton resigned his appointment In 1704 d to his estates in Barbados; where he died • %  yearlater. Professor Burrow'Worthies of All Souls.' records the extraordinary genius which enables a) young a man lu, win his laurels In so many and so varied vocations of lifeAt the age when most men just start to enjoy success. Codrington. loaded with University honours and Mllita v distincUoiu. retired 10 tatlons to devote himself to Usfl more perfect cultivation of lea ning and the advancement ol religion and phllanthro phy. By CHARLES GAYT3N Codiington died on Good Friday, April 17th. 1710. in the buiioing which is now the Principal's lodge at Codrington College He was buried the next uay in St Michael's Church, Bridgetown, by the Rev. W Gordon, the Rector. Six years later hls body was exhumed and carried to England to be deposited in the ante-chapel of All Souls, Oxford, where the single stone upon his grave bears the one word— CODKINGTON He had bequeathed his splendid collection of books and a sum ol money to his College of All Soars The Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, which had been founded m ITO1, was left his estates in the following terms— I nice and bequeath my two plantations in the Island of Barbados to the Society for the Propagation of the Christian Religion in Foreign Parts my desire is to have the plantations continued entire and 300 negroes at least always kept thereon, and a convenient number of Professors and scholars maintained there, all of them to be under vows of poverty and chastity and obedience who shall be obliged to study and practice Physics and CMrurgery as well as Divinity, that by the apparent usefulness of the former to all mankind they maf" both endear themselves to the people and have the better opportunities of doing good to men's souls whilst they are taking care of their bodies, but die particulars of the const, leave to the Sociely compose, of wise and good ttfueen Anne interesain ine erection of UK and timber was brought from UM neighbouring islam,-. b] %  rat. However, n was %  that the lime was rlftn College, out alter various delays a Grammar School was opener in 1745 (Now tne Looge Senooii Jt was not until another grc educationalist came to hlarb-o-vnat me College came into beir-a in I8J0. Bishop William Hal. Coleridge, seeing the need of i comtanl supply ol clergy, and the difficulty ot ootaining uiem from Knglano. made recourse to the original plan and the Codnngtoi. foundation became a Colic chaplain of the SPG John Hothersall Plnder. became Ihe first Principal. It is remarkable that Codrington College's first Principal became the first Principal ot Wells. the first Theological College in England; and Bishop Coleridge, after retirement In 1842, n to England and became Ihe first Warden of the Earliest Missionary College In England. St. Augustine's. Canterbury. Thus Ci I ton College claims the proud distortion of being the pioneer ol the Theological College movement of the nineteenth century. It U to be hoped that the University College of the West Indies will be more fortunate than Codrington. which has hac many disasters in its long and chequered career The first buildings were wrecked in the hurricane of 17S0. Reopened in 1745 •.t was again demolished by the hurricane of 1780. Rebuilt am reopened in 1789. enlaine 1 for the netting of the College on an academic footing in 1829-30 completely destroyed by thi hurricane of 1831. The hurricane of 1898 came on a succession 01 years of poor financial return; from the sugar plantations, anc it appeared inevitable that the College would be closed. This was averted by the help of the West India Committee and a cenerous grant from the SPG Bicentenary Fund. On April 18 1926 misfortune strutk again, this time in the form of lire, and the Chapel, the Hall, the Ul" Tutor's Quarters, the Common Room, and the Students' Rooms were completely destroyed; only the outer walls remained. D.L Sales Of Cigars. Rum. Continue To Decline LONDON imports of cigars during the first nine third of the cor%  i He stocks of rum in These, memoranda,, • wganlsaUoa to the Secretary of State for Commonwealth i ,*,slUon has deteriorated continuously since I .,. Mr R K Winter. Secretary of the irganisat'ion which represents primary producers I the Dominions and Ci ,,( ru : ndum says; "While there ,as been an Increase in UK. imports of rum during •ne first nine months of 1949, withdrawals from 1 aond have been little more than half the quantiles recorded in the corresponding period of IS348 and stocks have almost doubled." I The following table for rum covers the period t lanuarv 1 to September 30. in millions of gallons; 0 K IMPORTS 1948 1949 Inl Decrease It 7.9 plus 1 3 WITHDRAWALS TSOal BOND 1948 1949 Increase or Decrease 241 1 27 minus 1.19 STOCKS I>t OK: BONDED WAREHOUSES IS.pt 301 1948 1949 Increase or Decrease 6.96 12 67 plus 5.71 The Memorandum continues "All but a negliriblc proportion of the rum Imported comes from Commonwealth sources-British West Indies. Brush Guiana. Mauritius and South Africa — and •icing a by-product of the sugar Industry n IOI lows* that a large contraction of the demand such „ has recently occurred In the market which nor %  nally abeo.bs practically the whole o thet P} of rum must react seriously on the Prospent> or the sugar industry which is the economic n i atonies which produce It. ,,„.,,., .., reduction of sales in this cr • only inflict damage on the overseas sugar Industry, with resulting serious effects on inc nrn.r>wttv Of the producing countries but also STmaferlal lo?s inI the =u^ "*,£ %  he United Kinodon-. Producers in th-West.Incites ikolv ui prove inadf; „, _„,. The table for cigars between January 1 and September 30 in pounds weight is as follows. O.K. IMPORTS Increase or 1948 &*%! For TO-DAY Cm of Living BH* Tins TRINIDAD GRAPEFRUIT HK LSUa ^ _"" Tins BOURNV1I.I.E CHOCOLATE B'SCUTS Jl. 22 S McEWAKS RED LABEL BEER—per L'ottle 2 ._ i! Per Cage $6 24 — 4 j, lOLOlwK-tOlv CTOKsK* WE HAVE ALUMINUM SINKS with Doi-.ble Drain Boardi ALUMINUM SINKS with Sin B le Drain Boards ALUMINUM SINKS, 30 ins. x 18 ins. ENAMEL SINKS, 24 ins. x 16 ins. & 20 ins, x 14 i B1 PORCELAIN SINKS, 27 ins. x 18 ins. PORCELAIN BASINS, 25 x 18 ins. oi 22 x 16 iu. (with or without Pedestal) COPPER PIPE, n in., v.In., '4 in.. & l" im and Fittings WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD., Successors la C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD. Phones: 4472, 4687, Sil llm. 11 With the Russians Iiiiiul Utr rrjt prob•rim ...In,.Ihr worlt! ..KU> l ,.h.llt.i Utr I iMtMl ^tr. or Ihr I 'nitfd SUl.. Mi Hrilaln should pncair in dirrrl u.pirvrl trf'k^ ilh Sitvir. Kt^'iJ in 411 rllort to jvolvr Ihr rrlllral mi..(i. HI at .ii.nni' ronlrol. *n4 olhrr m*J.ir told war tMMS. la Ihr %  rlirlr thai follows, one of the hkhrst i.tnkum I mi'il MBI Mil) Why %  houldn'. w ill down with •he Ru'siiiii' 1 ; %  "'->' %  and lr> hi wort Ml on our % %  %  i nif.il It would probably be hard to And in MII i.trh an bnpi ihi rc1 %  in III ig| t turn its thoughts al once 10 tfforU U) dtVadC Huworld up %  1 I think ..i-hcs alio lhal lhl hM \ Wo musl b* Bwajc of Xhv futil* Of this cour**. H involve* an attempt lo spill apart Uie nations of thi* CrM wrld in Iho hope that v.\ the slmnjcest .f HM %  1 would throw some of our i.) UM wolves and Ihcreby discredit m in tint-ves <-f all inn* wnlen divide us 1 Let us take %  look at them Pe-i. %  Ury of Stale said U we h.. in w Ul net a treaty with Austria. I We made no head ". and lh Dalon DM Dd mn bn wHlli | to tgroa 10 ow principle that %  1 ; vhi.h (lartlcipated Pa had u i-iKin lo a ratal iii UM %  Ih Anili.iss.uliir I i'lirst A. (.russ In none of these problems do tnt llMM 'iivido the Soviet Union on the ono aide and the U.S. along on the other. In all of them tho rwti of others are directly Involved. Moreover, it is an Intorwttni .iiurftiHT, 11 H uit iinm-MiiiK fact which we should nut that ha tl In 'vhich we have carried on bi-lateraL dls* 1 QovtmRMOl m btiva fared no belter tdan w* have in the United Nations. Take Korea as an During the war wc tnt agreement with the Sov defining the areas of Korva In 11 of us would accept the surrender of Japanese troops. Wo soon found out that tin 1 iierately distortinn anc. twi-simtt this agreement by pretending it was intendcv, two tones of occupation in Korea. For months on m Wi patient and persistent dl We got QOWtv 1 The United Nations then took thematter up Hfi. we went from two-power discussion to the United Nations. But when UM !'•>' Of th,' world repTOsented in the United Nations established certain principles looking toward u free and mdep ndent Korea, the Soviets refused to participate. They walked out on a commission the U.N. ^et up. just as they had walked out on the earlier d rtalch they had hold with the United 6 Would anybody seriously suggest that we should surrender this support we are netting from tho resl of the world on this matter and resume the two-now*I cuulon which ended in luiluiu because of Soviet refusal lo accept certain basic normal conditions of moral conduct? To return to the atomic control U atomic plan docs not violate or interfcn with sovereignty of the Soviet Union any more or lei does of the United States or anyother country From b. • entitle and political pom' Of WOW the experts who have worked on it are convinced that this much .toverolgnty mutl bo order to get effective control. From Jamaica Countries 1947 281,425 68,762 [9tf 1949 Over 1947 193,736 95.775 — 185.650 22,937 10.753 58.009 Whul's on Today Meeting of the Legislative Council al 208 p.m Merlin* of Ihr House of Anoonbh *i i oo \> m Mobile Cinema. Mt. Tabor Area. SI John at ^ 30 p.m. Mr. J. W B. Chrnery loomi al British ('uuitril al SIS p.m. The Communists say that the United Nations pton dor %  %  \ Union turn over ownership of atomic (aclllt United Nations romm which the United Slates has what thev t all an %  •autotnotta majority." "This, of course, b %  s nonoai there is no such thing as an iuto matte majority OUt %  • cision that wouUi have to b0 by the United Nottom in connection with the control plan would treaties which would define the righto and duties of -he DOli involve the loyal carrying out of such ti< In other words, what th. Union In effect is saying is that It cannot trust the maiority of the world to carry out in good faith ncernlng prodU ; of atomic material* ;s well as inspection designed Id tnaurt Ihoir poooofnl uses. \ members of the United Nations voted for the United Nations atomic energy plan. Onlv the Soviet bloc opposed it. Does tho Bovfot UnJ nrl uoly believe that those 40 countries would disregard obllgattoi .nd would pervert Interr th,purpose of obtaining some illicit advantage over tl The truth of the moth I simpler than this The truth is. and it is n facl which we musl 'OOlt t police state system finds difficult indeed to subject itself to anv inspection from the ou< ii< i. Ltrtoin; Honco, ihe news blackout within the Sovkrt Union; Honco, UM rafuool %  loo to roctlvo Intern tiuii.il Gonlfol and |nop< I ,f 350,187 ~21.era 106.528 243.659 ^^r. J^ !" ^286 _1U38 t; W3 ,q 4 7 1948 1949 Decrease lfttt Over 1947 | gs-srw ^ _ss =w much mire than h.ilt or um ,,s been •he Cigar i \ i .. |t n That the difficulties of "tar manufacturers in Jar %  ,^ '7 ,,'f i llir ing recent months by the effects.of Ion Of the C Maiiiifacturing and productl UH increasing to n marked extent: the cost ol several imported materials surn t is rlOOn bv more than 40 Of devaluation. drop in imports from • r than Jamaica (India 0 and Dominica) has been prooortionat.lv even arenter than In the case of Jamaica. The Memorandum concludes: "There has been a sharp drop in consumption of Commonwealth ind cigars (as well as in those of foreien origin) shire 1947 This is serlousl mH irm „ d the Dominions and Col..nies which depend to a large extent on the trios* The dron Is rhleflv due to the high '. suiting from o %  l^ 39 lo ponal •t'K -uffering to the extent ! at i 15m a year as a result of the redu-ed wilhdr.. % %  position and avert grave injurv to nrot! British West Indies, ii I "'hfi parts of the Comi B.U.P. YES! MY DEAR!! TERRY'S CHOCOLATES are sweeter and rhraprr TERRY'S CHOCOLATES Plain. Nut and l mil Prppermint. Marsipan. Coffee Nancallit Genoese Fruit Cream ae. PER BAR Terry's Almond Dessert Chocolate 4 OZ. BAR — 28e. Terry'* Devon Milk Chocolate 4 OZ. BAR — 29c. MWSIIII) SIOII ol < O.. LTD. To The Edit SIH %  t Ihe LU—or should it be n.:. awoit %  reflet for turn BlKk' I % %  requisite (HI a inodorn %  Ihin ; %  Mr \ onuilh Cheap and Ahmitlaiiif Electric Power Y% \ Prime Mover ... n i — ** r flsjauiifi} dioms with Attractive Cartin% ma* lli .h|t.*-% i r.mi our Bli Selection of CRETONNES and th. Popular Flowered PLASTIC SHEETING FOR VOUR SHOWER CCTTAW DA COSTA & CO., LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT it i rrj \*>\>\ i ago. not app' Inl Thoro Com%  %  .. %  t.4iit heat u i I %  ntll the cost. r J w 1.,, and i Hall of Fame, but I think ual t> Enjland khh will I tOOtl (or (11 UM won a Test .. i'.tm of Lcfceten unlll 1 are already ll from Week.* Wah.iit .. IUe. Marshall and whop they bO| a-d a oreal I reaped when Jones. Johnson. llama, Valeniu %  Ramadlun bowl. the Wet lumph, fo .... %  %  %  RICHARD CI Iford." Uh.it Mr. Uvulhvrhrml Sui.t To The Editor, The Ad SIR,—Please all...'m \ meeting in St Michael relative to UM % %  in. pay for parochial 1 MTOt with i Mr. Gale .aid. When X. made a motion to raise £3u0 for tlic purpose of paying Mr. Adams .ate the Par. vice with a view to COM fabrics, a snomooi of •> "as and suggested that wo %  Government. "Thlowoi not agreed to and £S00 was raised prepared to follow the p ri^ument thai 1 l % %  . %  in a SIL: Labour Officer, staled (hat eartatn ployees do similar work to employgos) ,( wo t <>tu I'mim/i Coo/c/MCOl SIR.My brotru had dance he t Podoofcoaa, how ire profeancketers. pi w.messes, professional mourn*srs %  .. answer to lil ;^;ee that one biolher workin ( mmonl got bt type of work and h: But what about i ,-liat aDoui rhu. U other parish" l am saying that : %  %  informed." BRIM | #1 i Barbados Phare Broad %  ast group, chosen %  %  lie closed corporation no Vanglble i ird but arc paid hi trot in ihc % %  itht -. ~.ti shaking, smal talk and ex%  i il he knew .ling -tone gathered no moot. "V Itui it gats CON LETTERS which ore signed with a oom-de-pJun.e. buf tin ipaniod by the customary bona fides, will bo iy iored. Many such reach tho Edifov's desk each week, and traders are aqcln reminded of the necessity for Ihe writer's name io be ki.own fo the Editor, not tor publication, buf as an assurance of good faith. SERVE THESE SPECIALS DURING LENT FISH FISH CAKES in Un KIPPERS In mis FROZEN SALMON COD FILL.:,' i HERRINGS SWEETS MARSH MALLOWS BARLEY SUGAR CANADIAN CHOCOLATE BARS I VI.E'S GOLDEN SYRUP CEREALS BIX __., SHREDDED WHEAT PEP „ D OATS OATMEAL GRAM NUTS j a R. ENRICHED a**** SPAGHETTI J^S MACARONI a CH— I \KC.t Ugfiiut Phoae GODDARD8 TO-DAY



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PACE TWO BARBADOS A.n ITIM>U iTi -,i:i \m geudb &*&*"} American R OYALTY hasn't vtilled Barbados for so long that tha younger generation has been all of a flutter as to what they ifcou d or thou.d not do if they art invited te official function* at Government Houae. 'during :iof H R H. Prinresa Alice and the Earl of Athlon* drib's authority on royal %  iheae hints Her Royal Highness will be addressed as "Ma'am.' attM Earl of Athlone as "Sir" or preferably "My Lord." On presentation to both Pi'ncess Alice and to the Earl of Athlone. ladles will half curtsy and. at the same time, ihake hands. Gentlemen will incline their heads and shake hands. Husbands will be presented before 1* On rll evening occasions, tails will be worn, with Orders and Decorations, but if unavailable, white shell jacket (with orders and decorations) or dinner jacket told orders and decorations, may be worn Ladies wi'l wear long white .' %  h^lM,'v A with "her filter She t0ok h *"* ' fi M ieiici U StrtSSX^m*. I-ucu' at a nursing home at Seventh. ra T o at Penang. Mr. Potter is Manager of the St. Kent. In INSslM Joinea the good .opr.no voice '.ucia Branch of Cable and WireScotland Yard food service dem-health forced her to return less and has himself recently repartment. 0 England a few months ago Mr turned from a holiday in Englan i. In the war she joined the s mp#on has now joined i. Ill 4 %  < „nJ annn aha, %  • tia K .... JEAV BROWN SANDERS r^iter they both worked on the Jean has a Women In Parliament TWa-NTY-ONI srOnMB were members of the last British House of Commons at the dissolution of Parliament Ninete* v. -.v % %  %  BSM J : Ot the 194* nationhi eft) Eighteen were nined women Right to vote was first accorded | Itatn in 1918.! when women aged 30 and over m re included in Use electoral register. They were given equa 1 : ing rights with men in 1928 when women of 21 were included in the register To-day women have %  me StatU I J' male' id national • m the House of Commoa*. was American-born \ tor. who married the British newspaper i>eer Viscount Aslor In 1908. She was returned as a Ci m alive for the Sutton Division of Plymouth in November 1919. sat in Parliament for the same di-l ision for a quarter of a century. W A AT., and soop she was tra.nUn to llud for nu doctorate of i retiring just before the naiiona cooks tt an average of 30 a mujic whlcn ^ a m Amer ica I e'ections of 1945 Her old seal I-adies must wear hats and halflength gloves Long frocks (with long gloves) are not necessary, but may be worn if desired Cm all other occasions—luncheons, or presentations during He* in AntiKua. one never to bv forgotten, "Baldwin's Dav' %  green sheer with black accessories The bride was given in R|grria| rother Mr N. v. %  A Skecle, and the u> BWI.A. I) D Walker and Mastci S w Walker, brothers of the bride. Which was fully choral, with MaaHl G .it the organ was performed b) Hev I. I. Miller, and the reception was held at the home of the bride's mother. stdL In 1044 she was posted as vlttUnc her sick molher Were Here Seven Year. Ago ^SAffJU Liter she planned special diets for men released from Ja p a n—a prisoner of war camp*. While in the WAAJ. she met „ and married South African-born Went to India Mr. Simpson was posited to Indiajl in 1945. Jean was demobilised rH year later, worked for a time ii | Germany with the Malcolm Clubs. and then Joined her husband in India. %  even years ago. Comings And Goings M HS S V ASHBY of La Lasita Hugh ighton was also in Trlniad lor Carnival. She was away 0C one week staying with her arents who live in St. James, Vrinidad. She returned on Sunday Mr Andrew Christine, Man. : < r of the Central Agency ..lurned on Sunday by B.W I A Where It "Buzz" HAT has happened to Uriah >uzz" Butler, Labour boss from Trinidad, who went to England twelve months ago? After T r T l ''"ii n ii rHrrr-p" *" !" tz a Bfl W HAl •Hu lit rctunifd Irom a bullnoM visil au0icsslng Mver4 i pu bhc meltings KM and Aruba vii Trtnl was away for stxWvi Firat Holiday Viiil VJK Attorney-at-Law o| land. Ohio Saturday inornini b> I Canada-Airlines for a holiday. M> c-ompanied by daughter Miss Marjone Jau and tht] are gtaylllf fel A LMOST another year ha^ past Lord's (astir inu u .eson told Can expects to. IJC in the Caribbean I he will visit Rime "t UM • I the We.-t Instil OCcasUa: Tnto th. bland i have afforded liland and ha la ver) glad to have i good ward in this dtl costing around flO.OOO la ';-• Ha ii-fi Clavelai l them over instead of having wasted weather and when he got 'i so ma the an A new Nurses' Hostel U snow storm which now i>einR huilt Perhaps we shall the running of snow ploughs Conner a new ward this year. Here's stantly in mder h. keep i %  Hoping! oj>en. Vice-president of the R. Mr. S. E. Roland Smith, who is an Agency Inspector of l.nparlal Chemical IndusUiea n Jamaica rtiurned to that Colon\ spending Ave days here and md around London "Buzz" suddenly vanished from the public eye. Colonial Office officials say they know nothing about him and West Indians in London say they have not .seen or heard him foi months. Someone in London askwi Mr. Matthews a| 1. SIIKV temporary home. <6> 4. Dance lUrp in.ni in tpa 6. A same lor a;nbl. <<• a. Yuu'U oerar nnun u rou i I &Hl>t 11 Nona. 15. Thia way. forv copse macbaiUcs. (9i 19Its bad form to smoSe cijsr wttn thai, tli 21. The sotanint oi tnis ciue u not clear. i5> ilng water. (4) a N^Klrd tor toe slttn same ? i4i 4*. Dsacrlhas a picturesque svene Caiilea In The Air LMOST anothi mu the conatntttlon long prom'sed new hospital in Antigua har not yet been started. Over a period of vi-air seven thousand pounds have been spent in drawing up various all plans i ind their way %  guest at the Ocean VTe Coloured Workers' I I ; |1(<1 could tell him where to get in touch m # with "Buzz", he immediately reHn llamlsh Mitchell Who plied, "Ah, you want to ft) T.C.A. on Saturdav if he is married or not Ma" \H from Bermuda left on probably knows more of Bui !e for Antigua where movements than anyone else In .1 be staying at the "Mill England and his rem. .u %  Mrs. Mitchell Uvea interpreted to substantia'., in Southampton. Bermuda rumour that "Ban" has ma: English girl and Is living quietly Miss Mona Nlles, of the Admin, n ,he country Department, St 1. I €1 d home on Sunday. I after spending two .. nulls' vacation with her relatives. Miss Doreen Nlles and Mi*; i. Gay of Maxwell Road. ;iurch. Jt Basil %  e migtit cs On Honeymoon Ti#R. AND MRS who u< THnldad are now their honeymoon in Bai taying at "A^•ol'a.'• Rockley. Col. t. ReginaldBranch.ComThey expect to leave abo-it Issloner of Police of the Leeward March 4 1. What cab. l It's slain tor nose isan J • M1SU %  .. M^iB you aaea i isra oi peoo;' wltn nfwspaprrs (1 inSB. ( a. Prutt, ti' 7. rice in s fray. < J llwmya tlnd ^>:ie imoni IIM paaatngi l*. Its a bit ot %  wood to light, ISI ,>.sce gr ao;:tn \i > tfl. Thi* wou'.d msKe an I rrpcatca. i*i iS ro wu.ii sccounl you'd let sa--* ment. Hi tB. Hrre >ou'v* § I SW.UIHM ot v**trr4af om< i~-1. eafinf. 5 >nd a Da*D b fttd. T. -. wt; i. a*-u i lol. 4. umrt>.iuBB ^. Aluailna h Bf:o n -. "" Trl; 14 Bniri. lo llau IT. H**4 E a ; was captured in the 1M5 Socialist I landslide by Socialist Mrs. Lucy MMdlelon Women members of the old Parliament were I Miss Alice "Jacon (Socialist i Mrs Elizabeth Braddock (Socialist). Mrs. Barbara Castle (Socialist). Mrs. A. Cullen (Soda MtBl Qraea Colman (Socialist). i. [Canaarvative). Mi CankUna t'.anley (Socialist). Brs. B. Ayrton Gould llargarai HerSocialist). Miss Jennie LMJ (Mrs. Aneurin Bevan) (Socialisli. Lady Megan Lloyd-George (Liberal), Mrs. Jean Mann (Socialist), Mrs. Leah Manning (Socialist). Mrs. Lucy Mlddlcton (Socialist). Mrs. Muriel NIcoll (Socialist l Lady Luch Noel Buxton (Socialist). Mrs. Florence Paton (Socialist). Mrs. Mabel Ridealgh (Socialist i. Dr Edith Summerskill (Socialist i. Mrs. Edith Wills (Socialist). Twenty-two women were re-, turned at the 1945 election. Twenty of them were Socialists. Mrs Clarice Shaw, who captured the Kilmarnock Division of Scotland for the Socialists, died in latf 1846 and the Socialist retalnei the seat in the resulting byelection —L E S Your eves arc the RtOfll delicate, iheniostactttltive. theoK) harmcJ of all vet you |" thing at all to help then or protect then from the thousand dangers to whuli ihcv arc exposed. Then suddenly the OKI when v.iur eyes rebel they start to ache and smart and water, the nm% baODgM icd, the MMI gjyei and more serious tompUunti. levclop. You car. help prerng -tfc things by takia, Wl prccauuon of hadiiB._J regularly., Optrcx not ooh; ft^'^ •ln and g erm(l a to^J* tmy muscics, nruoro canX ni -a-"-d hhssTS tdhn en lotn nsonilta* leave. "Sorry I can't se you!" ^/Oon't let this i \snio> si'oiii \v I:\II FOR LADIES Also HOUSE COATS, BLOUSES, SKIRTS & DKKSSES One iiiun'ii Trinidad and they have been in Grenada for almost anoti.. | like Barbados they will probably stay for anottsi %  heir I atroll %  busier than Grenada, in fact the M' 1 Celebrated Soprano iss Oraotta hulknei ited lo arrive in Antiitu.t I %  of Anef .,,i... Britlah Virgin In) s A. hao %  Barbados. • • • Mr. nieodore QWen* ot Ln* H for rVntifug i v 11 W.I.A. Mr Norris Hughes from Grenada who has been in Barba%  ig the lntercolonia 1 Tournament between iUna and Barbados re%  Grenada on Sunday b' B.W I A Ml IMIOAIIUAi IMIEVS SHOP. \ifl All! i 1.1 II ( IM;>IA MembeOi MONDAY and WEDNESDAY NIGHT H SJ WARNER BROS. Present: LiLLI PALMER -:SAM WANA.MAKB in "MY GIRL TISA" y lhal it reminds iwm "I Tm.i UmplaUi .• loul II did. there i m much traffic on Wl I ilKlb i"i 111 the itreeu They are gueiu al I' chamber!, uell know the Howl Royal. uan pKnlat. a> hi-i I li.'VOI INWi KllKilHi'l' "1 A(.,!: %  Wurli'ss' Barbadi" Branch ia on I vi"-k i i ipnMUafl it to He left on Sunday by It %  I A B\ THE WAY Hy Beachcomber THE ch.n.i.n ol a li.nll....... I| anoUie, Mo. "M W ."a. Hal I -SI..• earnedI. vocuum a or>.n lh.1 .He Doctor." roolied ihe cHiu.i.eo loMln| ehflr. Lawi. hod won three n„. n. Ml ftol -' %  %  • """•' ""' Hul .. .ii keep a C!l?" he aakeil mi .phi-re ol Ih.tl houie n wrong. •No." ihe replied "I*vi Spirit i jndmolhor." "Yes, hrid boon bawd honour Hi .said Smart-AlHck ware 2.384 people ,ll) alter 8.30 The provincial paper Ii %  .'h langhtei Spli ... portj Uiu octurrenc ... '"""," 1 • .ddi-d the probable ~.|... not a apirtt. What l he OO JPI 'he rowd w Unhand grandmother aoi.l he,.lie I. UMMInl Ml Warat Lav cpl.ined lhal .cat hao toil Tibbie., liom now on you'll blow." replies Si *] %  a tin. Al JO ,. K0h your own innv" gel rid ol Ihe-*. aac du.ky genlleman antared the and .. ball P.-. da] i btUldln* Th...wan ertaa ol 'Its The Narkuier Scandal "•*"' Nuihmg. nothing 1 ..as p tfaharaiahl He's in iova ...i, •nvtaMT nd thinking aloud." i nd oui ""> """">" I" 1 Iht %  ia.k ".,,,, V.n i ..... uti moat ...... > %  ivpperrrolt." I ahall write u alorn He axplaUMd U a group lor* •'' he w-s no %  >•) | apIhat a man wilh a re.1 fa. • Mr Warblow to come ami : Ml II..' I fink'-Su*..r Zt.Cm'i reSKtta Mah-raiah. but a -hinme. ThU. sir. is no^a TrapuiM "^ ,,, .. iwevl Than, al 10.11, the •rj _Mr T.rperJ can """ %  ""' "" peared.-nd an ugly rush wa. wu Shiinprnt diMUuliv stemmed by the police hpituph litre lies an overfed rhinoceros SIulTrd with the da.nUcr. hum* haa been red a ,ncc n i 1,u, %  l '' n "> %  "" blood. I Ix'heve A,, for all this AT 6 II leal WgbJ I about .. poltergeist. Mi Warblow gun lo form outside Ihe Work ot control the otne. world, flats ln wbkh Trivia and if nothing worse than a than.It hud bacon* K gne bottle is ever found in your British star wa y's overcoat pocket you are %  the next muium* lucky father. They (on rrlva and uke up hej forged flvers in yeungj bul lhal ^-> IK>ru. Gataci I on 3. The Drive, l" in.provldi 'My sain." he irunled mrrrih "is laelr leas." \nd lauahed and Uushed and laughed until In died. T^ KHAKI DRILLS AT ONLY KHAKI SHIRTS 3.25 TIP-TOP STRIPED SHIRTS 2.64 EVANS & WHITFIELDS SOLE SELLING AGENTS FOR Mrns Fnglisli-iiiade 'Avenue' Shoes 14.40 Pair BLONDINI Mr. \r list i II. Get Ihe right TOOL for ihe Job RATCHET BKAt I I CHISELS II VMM I M SCREW DRIVERS HAND SAWS PLAN!s stguutaa Impacl Ike wide range slockril kg mir Harduare and lriiiiiiiiiii.;.'i\ Department BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LIMITED Prices: Orrhe.tr. -,!. circle l. BalronyW. •"' BIV VUl'R TICKRI ">">" '* Here!! RIL0NEUM THE PERFECT FLOOR COVERING This new material, with • mg plastic hacking, if 1 ""* n.it crack or bligter. It is J and resilient lo Ihe tread,.ana its attractive colours >"•!"" an improvement to almost any floor. PRICE $3.46 PER YD PLANTATIONS LI



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* %  | || Nil I* ffbrar. 2 1950. Barbate Ij&uttcate? Prirr: FIVE CE.\TS Year 5 5. LABOURS MAJORITY REDUCED TO 7 40 Countries Will Discuss Trade And Tariffs GENKV.V Ki-h. 27 q-HK NEB SEMES oi tarill n. .n'iati,,,,... whereat !„„ in countries in ncaacM lo be repreuati I h k,|d in Seplemher at Torquay, Britain. ,i %  „ ,|., i pniodai. Dkcussiom are due 10 begin MM S, ,,.. _jjbh la-Mini: two r three months. ~ H In The Biggest Pilgrimage Tdad History I ariuiintl ThMC will include .Germany, Austria, and —<(:• lines -omcu w-th thm Itcmr. Catholic* nei Mayors of thrc %  j fvei mi Sunda> pin "i Hii' pilgrim-*! jSUtuc of tlui. ia %  gpydi arrived io ] partugbl by plane that bgalue was brought b> Rev fcfgna M %  scarboro fem Socieiy of Canaan ., pilgrimage of th rfajuui Ni.rd> and South %  a Urn put of the pilgrim^Wk purpose uf which is to %  %  prayer and preI of Russia a* promised Elaawd Mother I m ra w ritativp gathering of gofficials. members of continues, tht laamber of priests and nuns fa* Achblshop bnceivc the itarue at Piarco I from where it was placed flawy decorated with flow* I flag! and driven to thi I by a mile-long pro%  of motor cars. ^Via the afternoon the^jfcI taken from the SirfeV and carried through a of Port-of-Spain in the |;. -ei messed and Installed in the il of the Immacul (here it will he t.iken on a t throughout the Diocese. aaV*. rrinct'ss \Iiet In Dominica DOMINICA. I %  : J*'tx .,:. %  honour of Police Jet parade wen Bo% Scout; 1 The Royal visitF 1 !" an .. Idress of wclgei Mayor Clifton Dupigny. rs of the d Town %  motored ftronM-i ami i ,-tt to Govi nment lions,-. pwred m an open car J ng crowd which l*coraii icted by canon f SI <,, , church. [U-S Behind Britain %  Jet Development JWASHI:. 1 i i %  Tlrryv -, : I aayncan Aircraft InmisL I II Sub Itta Cn U ,**/* behind tl • "•">• ol jet and turooi transport He |~J Government shoulu E"* 0 "" lo manufacturers HKIOK M.M II. McNeil May Replace Creech Jones LONDON, F< Ik, .: ) main Deputy, uiay I Britain's ColonJ it was learned to usualK | oa today Arthur Creech Jones, Colo. ,. -> % %  in tha %  it is understood he will relinquish his office. —Keulrr. 4 Moves Made For Peace %  %  for a separate peace between | dunng the vari waa reported to-' day in -he unofficial Vt 1 RobeH Kempner.j former Deputy Chief Prosecutor I at the Nuremberg War Crimes lb b of the Allied offensive aganst •i the Spring of 1943. and two more I] through Sweden. Keiopiur atld Ut U* Von R bbentrop %  peace with Russia. The i a separate peace if he -.' %  %  .. —Reuter. Cripps's "Pegged Wages" May Be Killed ; LONDON. N %  political!* ,n launch a new offensive „ n (he induslriiii fteM 5* !" %  n nuarlers %  till th 0 ( pegged ge demands. the I comnvjni'.ts nope lo sei?e the %  I Tn, 'he political defeat ol the ComUea t>( g Ken! eral loss of induence. and that most of the gaps through ..need in tb. I % %  'ggco now tied up with the enl the Oei n n : ^ r ted % %  egging. —iRetiler.i I eae Optimistic About Argentine Meal BUSIOfl VIRES, Feb. 27 %  %  M into force trade quarters here to-dav were less optimistic about tn. in Pectruarv U 38.UOJ tons as against 'nmum is L'S.OOU monthly .ailed for hy nth uist .oncluded they %  %  which obugeii man) *end "untiiiished' BJ ..achedttlee foi %  d April anttdp —(Reuter.) Dutch Happv (her 1 entflt4ing f e Arresl THE HAGUK. Keb 27. %  %  >tm MiWMikM -i u he Indontslan reb. I -Turk WesterliiiK %  !han to In .1 H Va. %  %  good Dutch Ind and to the building of the young Indonesian Si'ate hud n limlnote-i" Reuter. KingReceives ClementAttlee Morrison Makes No Predictions TRINIDAD-S AWf.nt OOMI ...r talks "•8. IliKta nlmosy Nurse Gives Evidence In Mercy Killing 9 Trial MANCHK A NURSI' nan j 0 whie murdei Di Bamnnn M. Stndei la on trial, t^ read nroi of the patiiiit "' ohargad with bvtng kili Borroto with air injections to end her nlfta .. eaauMi Campbell Transferred Dutch Commissioner For Latin America Tin 1 ign Agricultural %  iKuslbilitlcs fo; ..tn pioducts. During us visit, he will acquaint himaei. with proffi • aeenl preiiminarv talka — (Realer.. U.K. Situation "Matter of Concern" SAYS SMUTS CAl'kuAVN. %  Opposition leader, today described the poini' in Brltaia as "a mal Ai.rld". In ii v.nn Reuter Gen. MR. I' I ( \MIHli.i. Mr P Acting c i % %  %  %  %  . i. it ii . euftallAtaj! %  % %  '* mn HIMI, %  larae] k$ks Uritaiu For Arms ment can inspire i May and its decisions >\>day may be upth llritisli I 'l could only add to the %  %  NOON at the Bn-I aid formal lequesls to Britain lor %  j cjBcictulv end i f nB1 and once more give the world a strong! 11 w * '"" I il quarter* ind authoritative British Govern nn Lwidui. It ruler. ilUUopa on U tween the Foreign Ofllce ana 'he MUSSOLINI'S MISTRESS' :< eefe befove thi aptoint oi ri^et aixl %  I to-dn> %  %  %  %  in th i %  1'iilse bea%  irculaiSni The nurse's first entry in hei %  %  If ounc< artav> .-.t." An hour later lh< poru %  mi'-". dd -hr gave D r %  Inge. "The plunger was doAt tlie time Mr • On rage 3 Lord Lyle's Vnswer : "Mr. Cube M .-miknl, LONDON, IV %  am threat whici Ml his business is .. M chanical robot It will be -alle. Mr. Cube" gad is i*mg preparet txhibnlon in London on Me ii! nantn %  he folly of naUonauMUon s of Tete *; :. unlay and afterward %  tie to avoid naUonalisati ued to educate peoph lanajBH inherent in creation of a stale monopoU | jugar refining" AXterwards I was told that lh< r lection nR -ened iti. danger <•! nationalisati. 1 told me. "Naturally for the firm the out %  il ol part politics. %  ..re inteiesteo ting our name off the ; ilon list. "Lord Lyie's p ..rv well Known" By OgMt, LONDON, Feb. 27 'pHE LABOUR PARTY'S narrow overall major ity in Britain's new House of Commons was reduced to 7 today with Opposition Conservative and Liberal wins in three delayed North Scotland polls. l'o>iiuii lit' tinParties toiii|rh1 arei Latnvnt 315, Conaervativep 298, Luwrcli !'. [riah Nationalit* 2, lli'lr|M-iulriiI [.ihcuils 1. LETTER PUBLISHED Rom '' %  %  .hat all was "crumbling mercilessly" then luting an necessary foi land, wa %  Reuter. it the Israel Govuesi has apparently been made to offset the shipment of arn. ounuiea. No Business in Bulgaria For U.S. Citizens WASHINGTON, Feb. 27. .lavcllmg on private business :n untTlee last week. %  %  %  ;her.\ — iRruIrr We*igh For Nothing %  5 epartment. Just II I penny will put It into operation. It • of order yesterday morning in such a way thai it was regiatdjring weight wfchout the penny tribute. •tody told BOB else and tka news soon got around and baaaaa %  %  i e kaci lighli e Joe claaa. Plans Made To Knd Strike — In Paris 1'ARIS. Feb. T,. 1'uulic and private UM tonight t< work tarnotri event ,,f a bus and metro stand Mill, following .. being taken by Paris Transpo:. : -ill Unions. The Trnnspuri Ministry plarme %  MII all avallal i <-rvices, afn d lorrie? 'rom the n ng schools mag ol iio.ooo Parti %  %  natal worki %  %  rea M %  vim .nve threatened to spread to gas ari i Labour M l Iteiiter. Peasants Seize Estates In Italy CATANZAHO. It.u nbittereeasant lead-dav thai "ocal landowners had promised to appor%  ion land :nts was lot poss bte, to %  oymani Tham HM baaa kept he said order* hy land hai'iffs and later b) i-olice to leve !'„ | no further attempt t< oeasanu off the land I A landowner's representative told Reuters to-n ght that thi ling of the land had not l>een as quick as expected, beirtaniiinaitl Whloh it would have necessitated %  aanl leader said kk-niatj arau'd not leave the tlBM Tnaj paatUoa* that this latevt uprisma in Ca'awould touch o r rring uiinaM tn oihe* raajhana of the aoutB rgesltire." said one of them lluiiprv men do not waste lim in useless gestures". Jesuit Priest tails To Conwrt Philosopher VATICAN CITY, re The Vatican d> Hied I one of its crusading Jesuit priesU had tried lo carry i>ul a "death bed" conversion ol Groce. It,i Id liberalminded poet and philosopher. %  here, thi week* ago was lying laeteual] ill In Ms home al Naples He later recoverea. The Vatican newspaper (Kurt WH*re Rasnaao said today thai lives in a Jesuit liege near Orei had railed on lh.as a reault of sugg< mutual friends Groce said he WOUld be glad Jesuit OwrntUir Groce added "I am sorry to wastf bis time, since I have nothing t< %  .mi from him." %  *o admit Padre Ix>mbardo. saying the philosopher was too ill Th la all that happened" added e .innoun.e.i ei.ner tomoriow or Wednestoay morning. He was received by King George VI tonight and intends to submit informally to him Ihe Cabinet and vernment changes already NSttftad The liar of new appoini.ncnLs. not neceaaarily extensive, nay be announced in two inatal%  hough the Prim.Mini-Lei iiopea, il possible, to contain all he changes in a single sutemen*. Quarters near the Governmeni l ighl made it clear thai' Attlee nad received no visits from leaders or representatives erf the Conservative or Liberal Parties up to Cabinet hstr wing Aneuran Bevan. Health Minister, does not appear to have been among the t No. 10 Downing Street Prime Minister's official rii< Cabiner consultaiiwinly to the laeputy l*rime Minister. Mr. tha Foreign ) Mi Bevln Sir st.yford fh.n.i lioi ,f the Exrnoquer, Vteoounl Addison, Lord Prti v Seal, and Mr WUliam Whucly. Government Chief Whip. Aneuran Bevan is not In the Inner Cabinet Prime Minister Attlee will drop 13 reference to further nationalism the Kings speech, outi'ling the Governments pro-. iramme to the new Parliament, it was learned from a usually %  Mirce today. labour's majority on u edfja, the Prime Minister lecldcd that the speech will noi rontroverflal legislation. To introduce the business %  he new Parliament on r> hlh note of challenge might lorot iite test of strength be* *ce„ laibour and Conaervaiiv a Ix-ftwing Anminitratiun. with Us tiny Dai> I to its stride. While Attlee continued his talks with the Inner cobinet this nstruitioii < i he Oovl •till t-oming radrueadl ita ii majoiity in the House of Commons. Two Conaarvattfaa and .i Libeiai. tatfaacwon m three delayed North Scotland n-sults. %  nuioiinced Tin labour Party now hold 315 scats to the Coiisrrva.yfl, Ubeials 9, and • on page 3. r w a a'**M H "> o.t HI . little serious and mualc. The Russian att 0 i Ilefce H [ G the music of Berlin become more and more % %  ised. The programme eonsistr largely of incredibly a I music in the stvle ol %  •t %awiisst that daw.t. DSSMslar forwialaan ?' %  —Realer. AM lllipiM I.IIU Amiouiii < in, lia .1 lh*.r >uprenw excrlleiwr CounUeM ronnoi-i.^ i .mi: \VI\KS_IUUI .i HAAIII., CAR nwriNCi -••I Ol AFRICA. K.H.\ -it \lt.Mis L.\NC—KHV ( \lUKMi atma NN Kt Rii.s L .M.,,„.T,k\VM^ N 5LS£y3P• % % %  taS UUBUUB8 HU.V SHKRRV Ntt I \>r, ohU e>tt. dry. of 0Ut.tW.dmi K N \ I..NKIR < APERO SHUUIY-Med.um Ilrv K. V K.MBERLIIV CLLB SSS^-TPZ^'^ Sherry. %  — %  •" 8WW.t shasa ... ..-itt.d baa MM i •!• aasst •*• re.(.i.i..i i.t.rt KIT .!•• IOBIK.N WIMBS Mil % %  ch hliBcr Slr• %  (> lb* I.*.I BUM B.W.V. Mm-. •+rU r BrtUf. •• IB* Bit iia*rM* la lma-.l Dam. aSBSBBJ X •* A ''lit*... SMI • %  BtM — a -* lostBa s •ill M ••• %  t. Mil (• % 


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least 40 countries are expected to be represented wi! | Some “Trade Union quarters . " " . Soca ee eS et. eee a oe

held in September at Torquay, Britain, it was decideg | believe the

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eloction result will

esta YY Prey
wetoday. Discussions are duc io begin on September 2¢ | il! the Cripps policy of pegged haneheeg oy ag ity in Britain’s new House of rewire aon
lasting two or three months ~ |Wages. With several key unions vad Sete. letedh? anewer tc} reduced to 7 today with Opposition Conservative
probably 1a wa 7 Maved:at] aS pressing wage demands, the Se rate eee eae. Ul
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“Mr. Cube” and is being prepare:

nion leaders believe
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nis marr ity for display at the Ideal Home 315 Conservatives 296 Liberals 9, Trish National-
Austria, and Turke ral. ae eee yr Exhibition in London on Friday copy y ae :
—(Reutert) | oct ; uence, and that He will make speeches abou ists 2, Independent Liberals 1.
F * | ia ee Bs Sat che folly of nationalisation a + amend Today’s polling bro + votes
i they advance Directors Tate & Lyle Q & * : ugh
T’dad Histor Y | in the Mavermunt Py a hy ae ieee, P t ‘or the main parties up to: Labour
gs Advocate Cozrespondent) | | ty plugged “Lord Lyle announced that the bav. easan 7 sh Tike Se peel
PORT-OF-SrAIN, reo. 4i. | a now tle to avoid nationalisation woul ca t vot gab ded f x O44
sentatives from six for-| > up with the Bud the be continued “to educate peopk « ooh Cine 1 Blows om tank nt
gntries joined wth thou-| ch vernt present in a in the dangers inherent in ih: e1zZe : en 28,700,006 ou yr
eof Roman Catholics nere, | little over a mor Meanwhile creation of a state monopoly it. } : or aan os “Son cinkiteaen
Mayors of three! j the General Cot is expected sugar refining”. | . ;
oe i he biggest pro- to maintain its support to the r Aft yar r yas tol at Attlee’s reconstructed Govern-
ties, in the biggest pro-| : D} erwards 1 was told that the | nent is expected to be announced
fever on Sunday. | Government on wage-pegging. election result had lessened \h Ss es bi pier morré r Wodnesas
was part of the pilgrimage | — (Reuter. ) danger of nationalisation consid F momnini. eee r
B Statue of the Lady of Fau- erably. A Tate & Lyle spokesma: oe L
Syhich arrived in Trinidad i‘ ‘ ‘ told me, “Naturally for the firm’ | In Italy te Dleek caer tana oe =
P Portugal by plane that} Less Optimistic sake we are pleased at the out- | nf * . he oie the C binet d
come of the election result but : CATANZARO, Italy Feb. 27 other paveccstagint chan jes slread
pve wa greg ans About TRINIDAD’S ALBERT GOMES who moved the tiain’t a firm we try to keep out of part & S y
" Moore of vhe Scarboro j & aude ‘ © Al, at FONE Who movec © main re

The embittered, landless anv

solution ask- polities.
A ve ti M ing for a pofitical delegation to go te London for new sugat talks, “All we are interested in is get rn Italy at dawn to-day seized | nay be announced ih two. instal
2 . 7 is oe a‘ . bs ‘ oa sal > . : . e 2 > . ie 4 . | . a s . : ay s 7 ety _
ad rge ntine Meat I " 1D With William Alexander Bustamante. Gomes is er oe name off the nationalisn- | 99990 hectares of estates in < | ments, though the Prime Minister
38, Busta ¢ st twice as ; 7 } ne are- ast autumn’s he 1 i i
N BUENOS AIRES, Feb. 27 | susta almost twice as old “Lord Lyle’s politics, of course | Ml emmubeetey tka ne? Sneeeee a, eet
While shipments of Argentihe

| ure ” till smouldering ‘peasant re- che ch in-a sin e statemen:
well known By Cable. velt’ 8 t he ¢ anges i i & s *
‘eee to Britain during February | r 1 tat
illions of pe ple to join

iT ” e Quarters near the Government
niisitytati - : sein \ I a tonight made it clear thay Attlee
maintained ic hig average ) Ss se Ee rere . ‘na
ye d pre- | established a he wie Trane 4 urse Gi \ es Evidence | oi I g hils = oo nad received no visits from lead-
bade of prayer and pre- yr Dire! wan Bikey rt : jpn tne roving hils flat yellow~ |ers.or representatives of the Con-
for world peace and the . 5 acy went into force last July } ans e oO brown plains which border the servative or Liberal Parties u
gn of Russia as promised HECTOR MeNEIL ‘oe quarters here to-day were) 6 o ® Ss rye : ulf of Takanto. A peasant lead- | iow. F the
Blessed Mother of Fatima McNE ,|7€SS Optimistic about the coming} K I | “ . }er said to-day that local land- | caw
ss |{months. In February there were| - n ercecy 1 n ria End Strike Cabinet
McNeil May / ;

jowners had promised to appor-
}| 28,000 tons as against 33,500 in i

ssion Society of Cana-
ho is on a pilgrimage of the
: m Islands and South

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unemployed peasantry of soutb- | nents, not necessarily extensive,





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lef’ - wing Aneuran
lic officials, members of con-

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i : any reference to further nationali-
; p x ; engineering schools may help t | The peasant leader said to-nigh
of the Immaculate Con- in the General Election, and The notes she

sation from the King’s speech, out-
in 1 ‘ owed that Mrs.} keep the metro running. Mean j that they wou'd not leave the .
it is understood he will re- THE HAGUE, Feb. 27. “mM



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made complaint ot
linquish his office. '| ‘The



while the strike of 110,000 Pari jland this time. They predictec
le here it will be taken on a Netherlands Government

: j coach services, ajnd_ lorries | cause of the cost of development Prim i t
| nial Secretary was defeated ] ° ar 7 rans erred weak’ and talked with difficul-] students from the main state} which it would have necessitated Cae ate ane will: drop
ftidad and installed in the Aah vecretary Was’ Geteated | Westerling’s Arrest ) | y
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, ESCA ality 3 : i xivanad | hah Adebe Sedeth -apetaneme aeretien ‘ramme to the new Parliament, it
} i } 4 x ~ paEe , one ‘ .}| metal workers continued without ha is lates prising in a’ Iwas learned from a usually
throughout the Diocese. || —Reuter. oe sancunees today, An ) seermnan N. Sander sa} sny immediate prospect of settle | bria Province would touch of reliable source today
; >. }+ Paary (27, its satisfactiona he fy erect, and viotionlessy, lis faci ment ~ the simmering” unrest in other Wi 5
‘i Vlg Os oak cage ake mieten, ane | ok fon Cn con in sein . : bias Piha f ‘ . ae a ae ith Labour’s majority on 8
| Syeees stan inden time nee! ye a en a oe Unrest spread today among | regions of the south, “This is no’ [nite edge, the Prime Minister
° | 'Weatertin ad esta hie ation did 7c h Set 5 ca te f tl ; eli netal workers out of the Par: | gesture,” said one of them lecided that the speech will. not
‘ aster é sa S ac’ |of the last moments of the can- : my on i ; pee
# rrincess Alice 4 Moves Made | more hah to the Netherland ear-riddied patient he is allege rea, The strike votes were taker Hunery. sngR do not waste tim’ [mention controversial legislation,
ss | th an to Indonesi 1. The Ministe r for to } ave | illed with air njections n several plants in norther: | i useless gestures To introduce the business of
: Th Dominica | Oversea Terrivories Dr J H. Van si ahs “i wei “y Td ling” vit ‘rance, as well as in the Lyon he new Parliament on 9 high
Mi For Peace loarscvees teais&i i emrnuni jue : es El zabeth Rose. de rea More than 1,600 metal note of challenge might force an
NICS Aah OF Viaal V n i i co) ¢ 2 s ‘ Kl ) ose,
DOMINIC A, Fe Dy ai. aying that by Westerling’s arrest
Alice and the Earl of Pear

crit to the hushed court how {| workers stopped work senee at No Address From immediate test of strength be-
€ D Mar ; 2 he strike/

langer to the development of Sander n empts ween Labour and Conservatives
‘ . | ‘ aqange l tne y J \ ! an na .
arived (‘nis afternoon by | NEW YORK, F 27 . ; h

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plunged it int ave threatened to spread to gas ry before the new Leftwing Admini-
vy c ww? + . A . ’ aS . iBReC . b aa ' ne , 2 i > i
“Glasgow” on a two-day A claim that four major moves|2ngq to the building of the young it Eh, Gtile arm “eer lectricity and public services ir Workers stration, with its tiny majority,
mand landed at the ‘decorate 1 | for separate peace between | | af Sitatn | w heen ’ ; te aid aria ( liati commissions 1ad got into its stride.
; See ee ’ ndonesian Svate had now been \ ud gas} he rse said ari onciliation m i . ; ay
Jetty and inspected a Hitler and Stalin were made| lGeninn ted’? Reater, "bean gO ej actin cluding employers, workers anc ; LONDON, Feb. 27. While Attlee continued his
ot honour of Police. f ; during the war, was reported to-! — barrel” aan Med > Rokpaeietce: | Latour. Miniitrs representative Soviet Communist Party Gov- [talks with the inner cabinet this
Hon parade were Boy Scouts | day in the unofficial United Na- ni " +h we a oan 4 ae inté le existence | @?8ment workers are not makin if ernoon on the reconstruction o!
: T € MaeMe 6 . . - reathi vith ort gasps re o come into legal acids 5 1 an :
pit Guides. The Royal visit-| tions world magazine | U.K. Situation Miss. Rose said. vhree people sniiliowincauaiatinn, any election address in some dis- | the Government, election results
pelved an address of wel-| ‘this statement was made in an ° ried vainly to find a pulse beat tricts, Moscow Radio said today, | still coming reduced Labour's
rom. Mayor Clifton Dupigny,| artic’e by Dr. Robert Kempner, | **Vfatter of Coneern | 3 pat aes a few minutis: Be. — “They rarely visit the propa- [narrow overall majority in _ the
vin Been, members of the former Deputy Chief Prosecutor! —~ , | at a résched her bed. ‘t P . i ganda centres where as a results| Housl . os Commons. Two Con-
me. vegisiative and Town| at Nuremberg War Crimes | _ Je > activity is limited chiefly to the |servatives and a Liberal, respec-
. é Nuremberg ar rime esul ries ‘ y iiefly to th
were eee | Tribunal SAYS SMUTS The doctor then said air in the ' r organisation of cultural leisure | tively, won - anor car
“royal party” motore: ; ¢ , i re le CAPEI'OWN, Feb. 27. i 1 .y } 77) * ry ’ and entertainment” the radio : id- |North Scotland results, announced
/ . He said the moves were made , eins “could ac ke an embo iy > > ) : adio ad« et :
thronged and | eflagged } after the American landing in| General Smuts, South African | : (an abnormal particle circulavins f ails To Con vert ed. Elections for the Supreme |today. The Labour Party OM
at to Government House, Africa in 1942, at the beginning | Opposition leader, today described | MR. P. F, CAMPBELL the blood). Ph il h ‘ Soviet are to be held on March {hold 318 seats to a ee
py ae the guests of of the Allied offensive against|the political situation in nee! Mr. P. F. Campbell, 0.B.E The nurse’s first entry in her lt osop er 12 _ [tives 296, Liberals bere
undell, and after tea | } Snwelins cy 1943./a ‘s matter of concern an * . -~ampbe a+ Ee ne for N . 99 \ hat —Reut ? 3.
8 Tunisia in the Spring of 1943,/as a matte Daa aie : ‘n} . ee records.for November 29 was thé ee” aa euter. un page 3.
mered Jin an are tL aad ee more in the same year | i nxiety ‘’o the whole world”. In| \cting ¢ lonial Secretary ; te eer Herron o half ounc VATICAN CITY, Feb. 27 cs ®
@ cheering crowd which through Japan and Sweden an interview with Reuter Gen. | been sé tected for appoi in lof coffee, but “she choked. while The Vatican denied to-day that
decorated treets to view Sinn - said that the German| Smuts said: “A stalemate Govern- | 45% » Vhler secrets 5 Tan- swallowing”. An hour later thr | one of its crusading Jesuit priests
tain scenery of (ne Im- r 7 yang les Ve “ Ribbentrop iment can inspire confidence sanyika. He will leave the Isl: | patie was reported “very com-]| had tried to carry out a “death
Foreign Minister Von } ; neta ay yneres ce * :
om er . ct ¥ the f nain proponent of a/neither internally nor externally, ;'9 Ma; a ortable, dues not want hypoder- | bed conversion of Benedic
¢ ae at'cnded the Eve = a a ste. De Sak with Russia. The|and its decisions voday may be up- | mie”, Groce, Italy’s 84 year old liberal-
tt enced by - anon wits ; ’ Snack that Stal et. tomorrow. A weak British Israel Asks j Nurse Rose said she gave Dr minded poet and philosopher.
t George’s Church. ie ledge that he could conclude| Government could only, asia to m ‘ | Sander the syringe. According to persistent reports
b Be bial fh }general European confusion anc . ~ ‘ “The plunger was down in the] here the attempt was made twe
uh a separate peace if he wanted to} ; ae * ‘ A ‘ > | ge n h : é I
— Mec eae i 7% trengthened his} — oe policy and drift to Britain I or rms barrel, = - At «s time Mr weeks ee — 5 vine
| : ° * 9 ‘ ti 3; waracs chaos, r 7 NP Teh 9 m page . Seriously ill in his home at Naples
. Behind Britain hand . iN lomatic negotiations “From every point of view it i al J LONDON, Hed. . with the the - ravive that the Bri-| sfaei authorities have made in- ——--- _- He late . ere’
rerefore imperative tha € Ft od x “ey ; ag | e later recoverea
Jet Development ~—Rente. tish democratic machine should} aaen jon : be a for! _ The Vatican newspaper Osser
. romt and_ efficiently and|¢'™s and equipment for the army | F Va' a said today that
_ WASHINGTON, Feb. 27 See the world a strong|it was learned in official quarters ig uror ae oa wat gee 2 AF
ne: leadership in air * -; ; dtigh Co n. |in Londen today s , 0 ae
i. : Pant nd authoritative British Gover perch seaa 5 : ¥ jet « Jesuit college near Groce’s home
May be lost, unless the Dutch Commissioner nen\."-—-Renter- Ivy was stated there have be¢ Nothin y had called on the sick philosophe
Ment provides money to } cousultatiqgns on the matter be- 4 j a result of suggestions of
S* Jet airliner programme . : | tween the Foreign Office and the re ; ? 47
‘ d programme, t | ic & uce a ‘ wins? ’ f . G ¢ said he
rity’ Re ro nt ° in America ’ tl yy : Mates Gtaie Whe nen i} mutual friends roc aid
Beis Ram ys —— " For La MUSSOLINI'S MISTRESS | aoens we ae — . ; ‘ WHEN it comes to econo- | would be glad to receive the
: can Aircraft Indu ae a | mom a similar reques a nizi » Scotsman or the | ‘ - ad t
PAsociation, Said today | THE HAGUE, Feb 27 LETTER PUBLISHED | been received from the Israel Gov- }| J “ te [mame ae h ! | o Sor edt og +6 ame i t t
: | ornn m . + “W as 1g j on rroce ¢ Ts to was im
Paper prepared for a Con-| ‘Tne Dutch Sub-Committee, h o| missioner for Foreign reeui tu The 1 letter of Mussolini's|ently been made to. offset the}/ = : ees ees | is time, since | hav ) }
the U . Ged, \ffairs has left for a week’s The last lette - , | shipme ‘ einai cae en || cate Company has an auto- learn from him.
m the United Svates was | Af mee a a= Shae iistress, Clara Petacci, lamenting |‘ ipmeni of arms and equipment || matic scale in the Stationery Geakite D tne netinee
years behind the sh |to Latin America, where he w 2 Nara 5 srci- | by Britain to the Arab countries. ane ; ; sroce'’s family, ho retus
Dehind tt Briti bling merc
oe i. . : sibilities for|that all was “crum 8 jo Department, Just the trib- |] to admit Padre Lombardo saying ouncement
Sement of jet and turbo- | study mere. lee ed lessly”, then listing an elaborate | a ute of a penny will put it |/ “phi ill, “That
Wered transport. He saicq | Dutch farm products. During} lessl} me ee ace f a P pA || the philosopher was too ill, ya
anaes Sey 1 —o 241] wardrobe necessary f ’ : into operation, went ou . ¢ : § ” 5 . ; z
h fan Governmeny shoula | his visit, he will ame ve ss Aleit to. Sevteerlande was | No Business in Bulgaria er ae Tallieday tnorning | Pe ee a Mo WY ok Arey SOUTH Mee of the
perallable to manufacturers | with progress in presen peste ¥ nae 19 » todas oo: , ; . Sealy died a . , ; 7 = aa? 4 have bee
* mié acturers , ! ' » r the first time today ; n such a way that it was \’ tim dea dat eae |: Aomtean © A ; D
ls of jet engines andjinary talks concerning wt ee menianaain “stomen- 7 U.S. Citizens 1 reaidiae waliht wleeouat |; All the rest is poisonous fantasy ree into BARBADOS. You are now able to
elope | by the military | agreement with Argentina. anit tneatan WASHINGTON, Feb. 27. || the penny tribute Reuter obtain and enjoy the highest quality WINES that it is
Reuter. : , —(Reuter,)" +0 Seri ' | The State Department to-d y ak at : ; possible to get. in Embassies, in the leading Clubs and
”anned American r citizens fron Soimebolty told soseehnady Hotels in Great Britain, Norway, Canada and other
: ; - ; o| else and so on, and the news

| 5 Countries, K.W.V, WINES
ve y ss tere . siness ‘¢ : $f i we
ray elling isonet an om soon. got around and before Too Much Boogie of their supreme excellence.

Countless connoisseurs
2 ; +g a : the erring scale could be re-
diplomatic relations betwee} oved for repair quite a

have proved them to be EXCELLENT—So will you!
e two countries last week ; - Woogie”’ a . :
Travel t Hunsery wa banned few people sen, for thd | TABLE WINES—Bottled at PAARL, CAPE PROVINCE,
Sea aS Le See hey were in the feath °

being served because

Je-

°-|| weight class, the light- In Germany SOUTH APRICA.





we ; K.W.V. SAUVIGNON BLANC—K.W.V CABERNET SAUVI
ne ee Ser. ae heavy or the Joe seuns - 3 roe iG-
Soled” piace: cemiiecio’ : ) : ° . NON—K.W.V. RIESLING C: WHITE, SELECTED
s “ Vs pent i Ls € I Louis Musical Director Fired These wines are rich in ett ee fruity pba and are
Y ican itizen there ( of distinetiv ‘ serv during
—(Reuter.) : BERLIN, Feb. 27. meals, thes ate particularly pieniee pA _—



The musical director of ti

o i d N Soviet-controlled Berlin radio ns pee
eal + been fired, following Russia» Vv. NO. 1—Very ol, extra dry, of outstand:
John Lewis Pleads Not = el ne






radio’s pro- character
grammes contained too much K.W.V. JONKER CAPERO SHERRY—Medium Dry
+ boogie woogie and formalism, and K.W.V. KIMBERLEY CLUB SHERRY—A Popular pale Sherry.
ay uilty - ore ourt }'vo little serious and realistir
nusic The Russian attack wa: Remember, K.W.V, Wines are admitted into
\ made in the official Soviet “Thes- the Colony und the Preferential Tariff



—Miners Acting Individually | tieke Rundsehau”, which ra puty Sates FOREIGN WINES. ARE

: . t Pay h hisher duty—
“under direction of Goldschmidt sid ae

} ence the lower prices
WASHINGTON, Feb. 27. | evidence as well as the law. The| the music of Berlin radio har hareed for K.W.V, Wines.

John Lewis, President of the| main question was whether the| become more and more American- Dent run away with the
on i W : “ is e < ne . sists .
United Mine Workers Union today| Union was responsible for the|ised. The programme Pre corneas id
leaded not guilty to charges of; refusal of the coal miners to go} largely of incredibly wi'd dare

back work imusic in the style of horrib! aro dearer, they are neses-
f court by ying} a, back to work. sarily better. Save the big










urt 1 trike r, arid Judge Keech issued an order on! American jazz. The serious pr difference in Import Duties
iling to set 372,000 ners back | Feb 11 for a return to work} grammes seldom « t the work —demand K.W.V.

; ; ' . same Catteaies adie t of Sk dt, that f ant
ne J : P ' . anes eeu aig . ; r formalisn ¢ . if your Dealer hasn't cot
€ fortnigt rheys ave 7 ' jer desemaeeses the above Wines, then
| telephone 2058 or 76 —
} | R. M. JONES &@ ©0., LED
) ' will be pleased te tell you

Reuter -—Reuter

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‘ion land and, where this was appear to have been a ;
var ‘ ¢ . : . ' mong the
jjJanuary, and the minimum is MANCHESTER, New Hampshire, Feb, 27. aa | not possible, to at least give em- ire at No. 10 D g.
Sittin indiciary and’ a 1/25,000 monthly called for by ea alc 7 ve ; ———4 2 @ris } 7 Phiten ; a ta visitors at No. 10 Downing Street
— . sleet aaa: Gilat Replace a | cement. The high figure for the A NURSE who attended the cancer ridden woman. fo nies nt. 7 7 Se ae ‘ad }--the. Prime Minister's official
riests ¢ z Mi > gh fig > > 7 "i = . » ) a? ce P si es . » Cabi
Bie Achbishop of Port-of- || H short month just oncluded they whose murder Dr. Hermann N. Sander 1s on trial, today i PARIS, Feb. 27 } "the eee toda ignored See tae oe eo Pee
f ‘ peOhe 1 cea ee ro ’ ad Sa BE ee Sd pares) Aina ublic and srivate ‘oncern: | ~asants b-day g € tons have been confined mainly
receive the statue at Piarco || Creech Jones d is due largely to drought,} read from her “bedside notes” on ‘the approaching deati ee ake ‘lenkabs i ae jorders by land bai'iffs and later [to the Deputy Prime Minister, Man
from where it was placed } ie s a | hich obliged many farmers %& of the patient, ployees to iat sella. tlt by police to leave. Police made Herbert Morrison, the Foreign
jitmey decorated with ct LONDON, Feb. 27 | Send “ ee aosae 0 Dr. Sander is charged with having killed Mrs. Abbi event of a bus and metro stana- | "° further attempt to turn the Secretary, Mr. Bevin, Sir Staford
f and driven to they, Hector McNeil, Foreign |{slaughter. Loading schedules for I ; * se ee ‘ , t é S é tro ste peasants off ‘the land Gettin “es ones P
one ist a milelong prot Secretary Ernest’ Bevin's || Mare and® Aprit anticipate ship-| Borroto with air injections to end her suffering. still, following a strike vote now | P°#sants off the lanc rdtene Pacelli a one
of motor cars. . main Deputy, may become |! ment of only 30,000 tons. res ere Sei bath by umec weak a ae Paris Transpor. I, A landowner's representative Privy Seal, and Mr. William
” . ¢ i] iy svurse BuUZabetn OSe Sé SO d ; 8s. | ar's - ,
Wer in the afternoon the™stp- Britain’s Colonial Secretary, || —(Reuter.) (esdgean¢ Peeps: Baie celag < palledortadlagy + Babah emp eaten eee j told Reuter's to-n'ght that the Whitely, Government Chief Whip.
was taken from the Sact®da it was learned from : amp n evidence that on November 26 The Transport Ministry planne, | ipportioning of the land had not Aneuran Bevan is not in the
s 2g > a the nek fore man’s re siti ave > riv | hee as ic as e ~
‘Church and carried through | usually reliable source today. | D t +} H O oe “e weer before the we man’s to requisition all available privat: | been as quick as expected, be- Inner Cabinet.
of Port-of-Spain in the || Arthur Creech Jones, Colo- | uteh appy ver death—her patient was “vers
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PAGE TWO

OYALTY hasn't visited Bar-

bados for so long that the
younger generation has been all
of a flutter as to what they should
or should not do if they are in-
vited to official functions at Gov-
ernment House, ‘during the visit
of H.R.H. Princess Alice and
the Earl of Athlone. Carib’s
authority on royal etiquette gives
these hints.

Her Royal Highness will be
addressed as “Ma’am,” &nd the
Earl of Athlone as “Sir” or prefer-
ably “My Lord.”

On presentation to both Princess
Alice and to the Earl of Athlone,
ladies will half curtsy and, at the
same time, shake hands, Gentle-
men will incline their heads and
shake hands. Husbands will be
presented before wives.

On ell evening occasions, tails
will be worn, with Orders and
Decorations, but if unavailable,
white shell jacket (with orders
and decorations) or dinner jacket
(without orders and decorations)
may be worn.

Ladies wi!l wear long white (or
pastel coloured) gloves, but as
these are not easily procurable,
half length white gloves or white
lace gloves will be in order. Ladies
shake hands with their gloves on.

For the Garden Party, gentle-
men should wear morning coat if
available; if not, lounge suit.
Ladies must wear hats and half-
length gloves. Long frocks (with
long gloves) are not necessary,
but may be worn if desired.

On all other oceasions—lunch-
eons, or presentations during Her
Royal Highness’ visits to local
institutions, gentlemen will wear
Iounge suits, and ladies, hats and
gloves.

Guests invited to the Garden
Party on Wednesday, the 8th of
March, are asked to be lined up
ready for presentation by 4.15

.m
On all occasions, guests are
asked to bring their invitation
cards

imalveunent of Baldwin's

ay

HE Trojans Sports Club in

Antigua, is organising a
Variety Fair to be held at Gov-
ernment House on 28rd March
under the distinguished patronage
of His Excellency the Governor
The 23rd March 1949 was a great
day in Antigua, one never to be
forgotten, “Baldwin’s Day’

ne »«

Castles In The Air

LMOST another year has past

and the construction of the
long promised new hospital in
Antigua has not yet been started.
Over a period of years seven
thousand pounds have been spent
in drawing up various elaborate
plans which have found their way

into the waste paper basket. This
island could well have afforded
to have erected one good ward
costing around £10,000 to tide

them over instead of having wasted
so many years building eastles in
the air. A new Nurses’ Hostel is
now being built. Perhaps we shall
see a new ward this year. Here's
Hoping!

On F iar Neate” Leave

“No, auntie, it’s not the
white oread that gives him.
husteria—il's those scraps

of eve mutton



Lusdon express Service.

Wedding
R. C. Leruy oxeew, only son
of Mr. and Mrs. A. Skeete
of Promenade Road was married
recently at the White Park Pi grim
Holiness Church to Miss Kuth
Elaine Walker, eldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Waiker
The bride wore a dress of emboss-
ed sheer, a long flowing head-
dress of Lace Tulle kept in posi
tion with feathers. She carried
a bouquet of Anthur.um Lilies
and Queen Anne’s Lace

The maid of honour was Miss
Hazel Mascoll, Her dress was o!
pink taffeta and she carried 4
fan-shaped bouquet of Carnations
and Snap Dragons.

The bridesmaids were Miss
Virginia Janniere and Miss Vero-
nica Alleyne, who wore dresses of
green sheer with black accessories
The bride was given in marriag:
by her eldest brother Mr. N. V
Wa'ker and the bestman was M)
A. Skeete, and the ushers were
Master D. D. Walker and Master
S. W. Walker, brothers of the
bride.

The ceremony which was fully
choral, with Master Glyne Masco!i
at the organ was performed by
Rev. L. L. Miller, and the recep-
tion was held at the home of thc
bride’s mother.

n« n«@

First Holiday Visit
R. ROBERT JAMIESON,

Attorney-at-Law of Cleve
land, Ohio, was an arrival on
Saturday morning by Trans-

Canada-Airlines for a holiday. H«
was accompanied by his wife and
daughter Miss Marjorie Jumieson
and they are staying at Sz:

Lord's Castle



Mr. Jamieson told Carib that h
expects to, be in the Caribbean
until April 1, and while in Bart
dos, he will visit Some of tne
other islands. He said that he had
visited the West Indies 1 Seve
occasions on cruise Ships but
this is his first holiday visit to the
island and he is very glad to be
in this climate.

He left Cleveland freezing
weather and when he got to
Montreal, there was an awful
snow storm which necessitated

the running of snow ploughs con-
stantly in order to keep runways
open.

Vice-President of the Regional
Plan Commission for the whole
area of Cleveland, Mr. Jamieson

R. AND MRS. R. B. AUSTIN, 8aid that they have charge of zon-

arrived from Grenada
yesterday by B.W.1LA., live in
Trinidad, where Mr. Austin is a
Driller with Trinidad Leaseholds
Lid. He is on four months’ leave

One month was spent in Trini-
dad and they have been in
Grenada for almost another and
if they like Barbados they will
probably stay for another month
here From their short stroll
around Hastings yesterday they
think it is very pleasant; much
busier than Grenada, in fact they
say that it reminds them of Trini-
dad, there is so much traffic on
the streets. They are guests at
the Hotel Royal.

who

BY THE WAY ...

THE chairman of a Rent Tribun-

ing for planning, sewage, highway
and park areas and will be very
much interested in seeing what i
being done here in that connection

n«

Celebrated Soprano
ISS Gracita Faulkner

nae

a cele-

brated soprano is expected
to arrive in Antigua on Easter
Sunday. She is a native of Ane

sada, British Virgin Islands, who
a studied in the U.S.A. ha
great success there and now con-
templates a tour throughout the
West Indies with Mr. Walter G
P. Chambers, well known Anti-
guan pianist, as her accompanist

is another story.” “But, my dear

the

ce CL OLA LLL LLL LLL

Carib Calling

After Two And aHalf Years

R. & Mrs. C. H. Wilkie re-

turned to Barbados by
B.W.1.A. on Saturday with their
Antiguan born son Bernard. Mr
Wilkie has completed two and 2
half years’ service with Cable &
Wireless there and will now be
on a month’s vacat'on before re-
euming his duties on the Barbados
staff. Both Mr. and Mrs. Wilkie
were very popular in Antigua and
their many friends will miss them
cspecially those with whom they
regularly went fishing.

To Spend Two Weeks With

Her Sister

ISS MINNIE WELLS who ‘s

a member of the Staff of the
American Consula‘e left on Sun-
day by B.W.LA., to spend two
weeks’ holiday with “her sister
Mrs. Freddie Potter in St. Lucia.
Mr. Potter is Manager of the St.
‘uucia Branch of Cable and Wire-
less and has himself recently re-
iurned from a holiday in England,

Were Here Seven Years Ago

RR. and Mrs, Frank M. Man-
4 son who have been spend ng
five weeks at Super Mare Guest
House left on Sunday on the first
leg of their return journey home.
They live in Worthington Minne-
ota and they were in Barbados
seven years ago.

ne

»«

Comings And Goings

RS. S. V. ASHBY of La Casita,
I Brighton was also in Trini-
cad for Carnival. She was away
for one week staying with her
parents who live in St. James,
l'rinidad. She returned on Sunday
by B.W.LA.

« te
Mr. Andrew “Christine, Man-
ager of the Central Agency
, turned on Sunday by B.W.1.A
Ile returned from a business visit
t> Curacao and Aruba via Trini-
cad. He was away for sixteen
cays.
* ” %
Mr. S. E. Roland Smith, who
is an Agency Inspector of
Imperial Chemical Industries in
Jamaica returned to that Colony
after spending five days here and
he was a guest at the Ocean View
hotel.

>
Mrs Hamish Mitchell whc
come in by T.C.A. on Saturday
morning from Bermuda left on

Sunday en route for Antigua where
ve will be staying at the “Mill
Reef Club.” Mrs. Mitchell lives
Southampton, Bermuda
Ke r

Miss Mona Niles, of the Admin-

ration Department, St. Lucia,
returned home on Sunday, by
B.W.1,A. after spending two
months’ vacation with her rela-

tives, Miss Doreen Niles and Miss
Gwendolyn Gay of Maxwell Road,
Christ Church.
*
Col. J. Reginald Branch, Com-
nissioner of Police of the Leeward
Islands arrived from Antigua on
Saturday by B.W.I.A. to attend
Conference of Police Com-
missioners which takes place this
week in Barbados.
4 *” ood
Mr. Theodore Gittens, of Lav
and Connell, left for Antigua on
Sunday by B.W.I.A
7 +

ms
Mr Norris Hughes from
Grenada who has been in Barba-
dos during the Intercolonial

Cricket Tournament between
British Guiana and Barbados re-
turned to Grenada on Sunday by
B.W.LA
* + EY

Mr. Trevor Fox, Engineer of
Cable and Wireless’ Barbados
Branch is on a week's “Station
Leave, and is spending it in
Antigua. He left on Sunday by
B.W.I1.A.

By Beachcomber

Maffleham. She carried a vacuum

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





8,
American
Gi
irl Prefers
England

JEAN Brown Sanders, of
land, Ohio, came to Englan
1935, to attend finishing school
Now, at 34, she has just returnes
to América—for a visit.

She liked England so much afte)
her first few months that she dce-
cided to adopt this country as her
home. She has developed a com-
pletely English accent.

In 1985 finishing school for her
lasted only a fortnight, as she
found her previous studies im
dietetics in advance of those offer-
ed at the school.

With Scotlaad Yard

She took her first job as dietician
at a nursing home at Sevenoaks,
Kent. In 1938 she joined the
Scotland Yard food service de-
partment.

In the war she joined the
W.A.A-F., and soon she was tre.-
ing cooks at an average of 30 8
week. In 1944 she was posted as
lecturer on diet to a WAAF
officers’ training school.

Later she planned special diets
for men released from Japanese
prisoner of war camps.

While in the W.A.A.F. she met
and married South African-born
Robin Simpson, an organist and
pianist.

Went to India

Mr. Simpson was posted to India
in 1945. Jean was demobilised @
year later, worked for a time ir
Germany with the Malcolm Clubs,
and then joined her husband in
India.





Where Is “Buzz”’

HAT has happened to Uriah

“Buzz” Butler, Labour boss
from Trinidad, who went to
England twelve months ago? After
addressing several public meetings
in and around London “Buzz”
suddenly vanished from the public
eye. Colonial Office officials say
they know nothing about him anc
West Indians in London say they
have not seen or heard him
months. Someone in London
asked Mr. Matthews of the
Coloured Workers’ Union if he
could tell him where to get in touch
with “Buzz”, he immediately re-
plied, “Ah, you want to find out
if he is married or not.” Matthews
probably knows more of Butler's
movements than anyone else in
England and his remarks may be
interpreted to substantiate the
rumour that “Buzz” has married an
English girl and is living quietly
in the country.

«> <>

On Honeymoon
R. AND MRS. L. MAINGOT
who were recently married
in Trinidad are now spending
their honeymoon in Barbados and

iol

are staying at “Accra,” Rockley.
They expect to leave about
March 4.

Wednes-
day
at 8.30
)

al was told by a woman that she Doctor,” replied the outraged flask and a folding cheir. Later, MADAM
had seen three mice im her flat. parent, “I tell you the whole at- the crowd sang “Rule Britannia”
‘Don’t you keep a cat?” he asked. mosphere of that house is wrong.” in her honour, By 6 a.m. there TIAM
“No,” she replied. “I’ve got a “Spirits,” said Smart-Allick. were 2,364 people in the queue “i
grandmother.” “Yes.” he added under his breath, Shortly after 8.30 there was ¢ FOOK
The provincial paper which re- and shaking with laughter. “Spir- wild rush towards the entrance
ports this occurrence might have its.” “Mr. Tarper,” said the visitor, hall, as a sound had been heard. Dutch
added the probable sequel. A cat “is nota spirit, What is he doing The police, who kept the crowd ute
was bought, and grandmother said here?” “He is assisting Mr. War- at bay, explained that a cat had Guiens
to it, “Tibbles, from now on you'll blow,” replied Smart-Allick, “to knocked over a tin, At 9.30 a auiana
have to catch your own mice.” get rid of the—er—spirits. A case dusky gentleman entered. the Danci
and a half per day.” “I beg your building, There were cries of “It's NS
The Narkover Scandal pardon?” “Nothing, nothing. I was a Maharajah! He’s in love with Star
“MY dear Mr. Peppercroft,” said thinking aloud,” “I find your at- her!” Twenty minutes later the ”
Smart-Allick, “your complaint is titude most unsatisfactory,” said dusky gentleman came out again
that a man with a red face asked Mr Peppercroft.” I shall write to alone, He explained to a group and
Mr. Warblow to come and have a the governors.” “As you will, sir,” of hysterical girls that he was noi
drink. This, sir, is not a Trappist replied the headmaster. “We have a Maharajah, but a chimney re
monastery. Mr. Tarper I can nothing much to hide.” sweep. Then, at 10,12, the star ap- SYD
vouch for. His face has been réd ‘ 1 peared, and an ugly rush was with .
since infancy—a trouble in the Trivia Tansy Goes Shopping difficulty stemmed by the police. VANDER-
blood, I believe. As for all this AT 6.15 last night a queue be- Epitaph LYDE
about a poltergeist, Mr. Warblow gan to form outside the block of Here lies an overfed rhinoceros, m
cannot control the other world, flats in which Trivia Tansy lives Stuffed with the dainties human! B.G’s
and if nothing worse than acham- It had become known that the beings provide. “G's Ace
pegne bottle is ever found in your British star was going shopping on “My gain,” he grunted merrily, Cc .
boy’s overcoat pocket you are a the next morning. Xhe first to “is their loss,” omedian
jucky father. They found seventy arrive and take up her positior And laughed and laughed and
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Jean has 4

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Ill-health forced her to return
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Across
1. Silky temporary home. (6)
4. Dance step trom the spa
6. A game for gamblers. (8)
8. You'll never finish if you don't.

(3)

(9)
. More arrivais nave it. (4)
. A letter the Greeks may eat ? (3)
. This thing is comforting. (3)
Stops. (7)
. This way, a gory copse will assist
mechanics. (9)
It's bad form to smoke a cigar
with this. (7)
21. The meaning of this clue is not
clear. (5)
22. Running water.
23. Needed for the skin game ? (4)
. Describes @ picturesque scene
(5)

(4)

Down
1, What we might call
cab. (5) 2. los
3. It’s slang for nose (ask a p
(4)
y

or







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1 ays find one among

passengers. (3

14. It’s a bit of an upset to get thu



_ wood to light, (5)
15. Birthplace of G th 4)
16. Th would make an incursion

7. Is mever repeated, (4)
i8 To small aceount you'd get agree
ment. (4)

@0. Here you've got everything, 13)
‘ Bolution of yesterday's puzale. —Across
l, Boring: 5 and wn. Ali lows
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| Parliament. Nineteen were So-
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ene a Liberal. Ail had been elected |
| at the 1945 national election. |
| Bighteen were married women. |
| Right to vote was first accorded |
{to women in Britain in 1918,
when women aged 30 and over;
were included in the electoral re- |
| gister, They were given equal vot-
ing rights with men in 1928 when
women of 21 were included in
the register. To-day women have
the same status as males in|
} national and local elections.

| First woman to sit in the House
}of Commoys was American-born
Lady Nancy Astor, who married
the British newspaper peer Vis-|
count Astor in 1906.

She was returned as a Conserv-
ative for the Sutton Division of
Plymouth in November i919, sat
in Parliament for the same di-|
vision for a quarter of a century.
retiring just before the national |
elections of 1945. Her old seat
was captured in the 1945 Socialist
landslide by Socialist’ Mrs. Lucy

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after about three minutes.
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av other statemenv to her, she
answered: “He said he would no-
ty her people, and eall the under-
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Sander left the room, “I went off
bes: tp close off my chari at the desk



am in the hallway.” een
“ae—sCThe ‘final ent she said, read:
hy a Jp nulse—patient expired.”

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Cuban | Sugar

4 Price In Peril

NEW YORK (By Mail).

Acurrent weakness in the price

Cuban sugar is being attribut-
m here to the urgent need of

me warehouse space in Cuba
Wm fact Cuba, rushing production,
appears to have overspent herself
use she musi sell quickly and
Mayers, knowing it, hold off as
as possible to Keep the price

: the moment more than 140
Puban mills are grinding and Cuba
expected to produce three mil-
jion tons more sugar than she can
“possibly svore. Experts say that
wae until this position is changed the
market will not alter and prices
next February will be the same
' as now. Buyers, keenly aware of
| the pressure on Cuban sellers, are
holding off until it becomes so
acuie the island will be glad to
get rid of the sugar at a discount.
—B.U.P.

$36 Millions

For German Sugar

FRANKFURT (By Mail).
The Economic Co-operation Ad-
ministration has authorised the
Hexpenditure of $36,000,000 ‘on
sugar by the West German Govy-
immenv. Marshall Aid dollars will
Seover purchases from the U.S.,
E Puerto Rico and Hawaii to the ex-
tent of $21,000,000 and the U.S.
fund for relief in occupied terris
» tories will provide ine balance,
tthis sugar coming mainly from
Formosa and South America.—

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Dearer U.S.
Citrus Crop

WASHINGTON (By Mail).
A rise in the price of civrus
tits in the U.S. is forecast by the
U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Oranges will certainly fetch more

n now until May, bad weather
“taving spoiled vhe crop, and de-
,Mand, especially from juice can-
/ hers, having risen.

The U.S. grapefruit crop is the
pMnallest for ten years and the
pepresent high prices are also ex-
ePecied to continue. Grapefrult
| Moducers received three times as
Much for their crop during this

Year, as they did during January,

1949 —B.U.P.



Mauretania Will
Earn Over $1m.

NEW YORK (By Mail),

4 Cunard liner “Mauretania”
expected to earn about £500,000
Mdollars for Britain on her West
, cruises this winter. The
Se Mauretania” visived Barbados in
ie Jauary—B.UP,



Bahamas Currency

Controls Eased

NASSAU (By Mail).

The Bahamas Government, on
advice of the British Treasury,
ve relaxed currency exchange
*Wlrictions to encourage outside
€stments in the Bahamas.
hew concessions will allow
rfesidenis to withdraw their
eects at any time, and it is
ped they will encourage Britons,
a. cts and Canadians to pur-
mse real estate and build homes
Colony.—B.U.P.














» Bermuda Gets
First Good Well

HAMILTON (By Mail).
first good drinking-waver
Bermuda has been found
‘S. water diviner brought
milton by Mr. Kenneth Rob-
famous novelist.
ated with a hazel switch,
Robe Struck 80 feet down and
i. rts and members of the
"Be crew who tasted the water
~ it “clean, soft and fresh”. A
ae ee confirmed this.
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tad gtected in catchmenv ~~
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Sea Eggs, Flying
Fish In Jamaica

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

KINGSTON, Jea. (By Mail).

_ The Fisheries Department, act-
ing on the information that edible
S€a eggs and flying fish are to be
found off the coast of Jamaica, is
investigating the possibilities of
developing a loca} trade in these
sea foods.

One of the three species of
edible sea eggs that are found in
Barbadian waters and which form
a large part in the dietry of Bar-
badians can be found off the
coast of Jamaica

The Fisheries Cfficer has placed
orders with Barbados for a test
shipment of sea urchins anc
delivery is expecied any time
now. They will be placed experi-
mentally on the local market.

Local fishermen believe that
with proper tackle they could
make large catches of flying fish,
and the Fisheries Officer has in-
vestigated the Barbados method
of trapping this fish with the aim
of having it applied here to boost
marine food supplies.



R.C. Bishop Resigns
After 20 Years

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

KINGSTON, Jca. (By Mail).

Bishop Thomas A, Emmet, head
of the Roman Catholic Mission in
Jamaica for the Past twenty
years has resigned and will be
returning shortly to America. He
first came to the island in 1916
and served as Parish Priest and
Headmaster of St. George's College
until] 1921 when he returned to
the United States. He was con-
secrated Bishop of Tuscania and
Vicar Apostolic here in 1930. His
successor is the Very Rev. John
J. McEleney, S.J., Provincial of
the New England Province of the
Society of Jesus:

Wants Meat F actory
For Jamaica

(Barbados Adv»cate Correspendent)

KINGSTON, ica. (By Mail).

Hon. Sir Harold Allan, Minister
of Finance, is in communication
with Colonia] Development Cor-
poration with regard to the es-
tablishment of a meat processing
factory in Portland, the eastern
portion of which Parish he repre-
sents in the House of Representa-
tives,

In the scheme it is intended to
include the rearing of pigs and
other small stock on a very large
scale for the production of ham,
bacon and allied products,

oes

R.A.F. Spitfires

HONG KONG, Feb., 27.
Royal Air Force Spitfire crews
were standing by here today in
case Chinese Nationalist planes
attack commercial aircraft on the
ground, Spitfires are making more
patrols of the Hong Kong frontier.
Nationalist planes have recently
made attacks frequently on the

Chinese side of the border.
—Reuter.



.
Police Dogs

LYONS, Feb., 27.
Police dogs here today began to
hunt for two bandits who shot
and killed M. Georges Andre, pro-
prietor of the Durand Steel-works,
when they robbed his apartment
of 2,000,000 francs yesterday. The
men wearing masks bound the
hands and feet of Madame Andre
her two daughters and son-in-law
while they ransacked the apart-

ment before finding the safe.

—Reuter.

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1949-50 Important
Says C.S.A. Report

THE year 1949-50 has been an extremely important one,
says the Report of the Council of the Barbados Civil Service

B.G. Export
Trade Drops

GEORGETOWN, (By Mail).
British Guiana started off the
year with a reduction in her
export trade by $1,302,803. For
the first month of the year ex-
ports totalled $2,742,562 compared
with $4,055,365 for January, 1949,

Imports on the other hand
showed an increase of nearly
half-a-million dollars, being
$4,208,089 compared with
$3,772,049 for the same month
in 1949.

Nearly 24,000 tons of bauxite
less than in January, 1949 were
shipped, causing a reduction of
more than $100,000 in the value
of the Colony’s exports.

577,920 gallons of molasses were
exported as against none shipped
in January last year. The entire
shipment of molasses was made
to the U.S.A. earning $57,792.

Timber is the only item ex-
ported during January’ which
shows anything like a substantial
increase over last year’s January
exports, A total of 24,292 cubic
feet of round and hewn timber
valued at $35,614 was exported in
contrast with 7,685 cubic feet
valued $11, 821.

981 ounces of gold went to the
U.S.A. worth $46,723.

Highest single item on the im-
ports list was flour, $301,948
worth having been brought to the
Colony. In January, 1949. flour
imports were about $33,000 more
than this year.



LeopardEscapesZoo

OKLAHOMA, Monday.

A hundred armed United States
Marines, Police State Troopers
and volunteers were out gain
today hunting for a leopard
which escaped from a local 120
on Saturday .

Yesterday a 37 acre section of
dense woodland was set on [ir
in the hope of flushing the ani-
mal, while planes in radio com-

munication with the ground
parties flew over. ;
One plane reported sighting

the leopard about one mile east
of the fire but a search party
rushed to the spot failed to find iv.

Citizens of Oklahoma turned
out in their thousands to watch
and help in the “big game” hunt.

So dense were the crowds that
one searcher jocularly announced
“if they locate the leopard it will
probably be found trampled to
death.”

Sunday motorists crowded
highways and country roads lead-
ing north and east from the Lin-
coln Park Zoo from which the
leopard recently imported from
India escaped by jumping over
the 20 foot wall of iis pit.

When highway patrolmen sped
into the area to check a rumour
that the animal was seen the
patrol truck wéuld be followed
by a stream of cars. Police had
to set up road blocks to keep
motorists out of the area.

—Reuter.

GOOD WHALE CATCHES

CAPETOWN, Monday.

Whale hunting expeditions in
the Antarctic are going ahead of
schedule. Their catches amount to

about 200 units daily. They
would reach their target — by
March 10th instead of April 7,

Reuter.

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Association.

The Report deals with such subjects as the

Whitley Council, Structure and Salary and General Staffing

Questions.

It records that the new salary
scales reported as agreements at
the end of last year, have been
implemented. A Civil Establish-
ment Bill has been placed on the
Statute book, and the re-organisa-
tion recommended in the Adams
report is anxiously awaited. Cate-
gorical promises of re-organisa-
tion have been given both to the
Service and the Legislature, but
our latest information is that with
the exception of the works depart-
ments, re-organisetion has been
indefinitely postponed.

In the Council’s view, a re-or-
ganisation of the structure of the
service is absolutely necessary to
fit the service for the intricate
needs of a modern and awakened
community, and the Assoeiation
must redouble its efforts to attain
these structural changes; in the
interest both of its members and
of the community.

With respect to the Works De-
partments, His Excellency has
been pleased to appoint a com-
mittee to make recornmendations
upon the re-organisation of the
following departments, Public
Works, Highways and ‘Transport,
Architect and Planning, Govern-
ment Electrical Inspector and Air-
port, Harbour and Shipping The
Staff Side of the Whitley Council
has nominated the General Secre-
tary to serve upon this Committee.





Changes
Changes in the conditions of
Service of public servants are to

be considered by a Whitley Coun-
cil Committee under the Chair-
manship of the Colonial Secretary.

The training of Civil Servants is
being studied by a committee ap-
pointed by the Governor, to which
the Council has nominated the
President, and Mr. H. A. Vaughan.

The Commission on the Unifica-
tion of the public services in the
Caribbean area, has reported, but
the report has not yet been pub-
lished. Another delegation of the
F.C.S.A. gave evidence before the
Commission and presented a
memorandum.

On the question of the Whitley
Council, the Report says that last
year it was reported that the Staff
side of the Council had recorded
an objection to the existing Whit
ley Constitution. The Council has
not succeeded in having the con-
Stitution brought into line with
that of similar bodies in the
United Kingdom, the Report adds,
but the Administration attempted
to make the present set up more
workable, by offering to increase
the Council to four a site, and to
put a House of Assembly member
of the Executive Committee on
the official side.

New Arrangement

The Staff has accepted the new

arrangement which has been put

into operation without prejudice
to its claims that the Whitley
Council should be mandatory

rather than advisory.

The Council is again unable te
report much progress on the ques-
tion of departmental Whitley
Councils, which has been consid-
ered in Part 2 of the Adams Re-
port. An agreement has been
reached that those matters in
Part 2 of the Adams Report which
relate to conditions of service will
be dealt with by a committee un-
der the chairmanship of the



VealU ofvuans LIU

(ALPHA PHARMACY)

Colonial Secretary. The commit-
tee has been constituted, but has
not yet held its first meeting.

The Report says this about
Structure and Salary

The new pay scales mentioned
in our last report have been im-
plemented, they have been critic-
ised, but the Council satisfied
that, taking all factors into consid-



is

eration, they represent fairly well
balanced relativities

There has been great disap-
pointment on the method of

assimilation to the new scales, the
Association’s claim for assimila-
tion by corresponding points could
not be rebutted on the grounds of
logic or equity, but foundered
upon the rock of expediency. The
Official side could not agree to this
method, not because it was wrong
but because—they said—the Colo-
ny could not afford it

Under these circumstances
staff side were constrained to
accept without prejudice to thei:
claim for corresponding points,
the method of assimilating based
on proximity of amounts,—plus
an increment. Unfortunately when
the final award was made, the
added increment was commuted
to a bonus in the case of officers
who were eligible for an incre-
ment, and whose salary was in ex
cess of $960 per annur

Advised

The Association was advised, a

the

was the Legislature that Part Il
of the Adams’ Report would be
dealt with immediately following
the implementation of Part I
However the Council is now in
formed that consideration of the

re-organisation of the service has
been postponed indefinitely, with
the exception of the following de-

partments, the Public Works,
Highways and _ Transport the
Government Electrical Inspectors

the Architect and Planning Office

Airport and Harbour (including
Lighthouses).
The Governor-in-Executive

Committee has appointed a com-
mittee to consider the recommen-
dations of the Salary Commission-
er in respect of the re-organisation

of the above departments. The
staff side has nominated a mem-
ber to this committee

The Council, however has not
relaxed its efforts to secure a
proper structure in the service
Two representatives (Messrs. R

Parris and L. N. Chenery) appear-
ed before the Specialist Committee
appointed by His Excellency the
Governor and made renresenta-
tions on the points which were
outlined briefly in a memorandum
prepared for the benefit of the
request. The
entertain high

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sndents 3

1g that he was making no
predictions, Deputy Prime Minis-
ter’ Herbert Morrison told a
Labour Party Jubilee Celebration
here tonight that they would be
“wise to be prepared for another
rection sooner rather than later.”

Thenking party workers for hav-
ing got out the biggest aggregrte
vote in British history, Morrison
aid “Subject to our people being
wise and sensible in their propa-
ganda, in the meantime, it is, I
think, a fair assumption that the
Tories (Conservatives) have polled
their maximum.”

He said that the Britsh elector-
ate would have a chance to think
again before the next election
when “I hope it will decide to
return Labour with an adequate
working majority and not to re-
create the extremely = difficult
situytion which will now face
all parliamentary parties” of the
Liberal party vote of more than






two million with only 9 seats
won, The Liberals, as far as he
could see, “have not done much
good to themselves or anybody
else.” He added “It may well be

that Liberal intervention damagedc
Labour no less than the Tories—
possibly more”. ¢‘I did not know,
I do not know. But I should like
to find out.”

“The real question that remains
for Liberal is : Are they a party
of progress or are they not? Do
they want the nation to move
forward or do they wish it to go}
back?”’—Reuter
hopes that the committee will re-
port in favour of creating a
proper structure in the service

Reporting on General Staffing
Questions, the Report records that
last year the Council reported that
an examination would be made of
the disciplinary procedure of the
‘unestablished staff”. The Coun-
cil has to report that the staff side |
has reached an agreement which
modifies this procedure consider-
ably, and which will assure that
not only is justice done, but that
it will appear to have been done.

The Council is gravely concern-
ed with the procedure adopted in
making promotions. The Council |
is not satisfied that the machinery |
for making promotions is adequate |
or proper and in its view the
annual report form is inadequate
In the absence of establishment
officers the Council is convinced
that the administration is not in a
position properly to assess officers
ind their abilities. |

The Council is further convine- |
ed that in the absence of Depart-
mental Whitley Councils, no ma-
chinery exists for the airing of
dissatisfaction arising oul of pro-|
motions. Further, there is no
machinery through which candi-
dates whe have been overlooked
can appeal, Briefly, the Council is
satisfied that the promotions com-
nittee as it now functions does
not have adequate data on which





to form a balanced estimate of
fficers and their capabilities.
With regard to those appoint

nents which fall to the Secretary

{ State, the Council deplores the
atsence of any machinery, or even
of any attempt, to carry out the
Secretary of
that when filling posts in this area
a West Indian who is as wel!
qualified or nearly as well quali
fied, will be given preference ove)
expatriates

rhe institution of a Public Ser
ice Commission to advise on pro



motions, appears to be the onl)
itisfactory solution and the
Council shall therefore continue to

press for its creation,



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Codrington Coll s UK, Sales Of Cigars, Kum, al
| RR :
| 1 \}
THE installation of Princess f Continue To Decline
| Alice as Chancellor of the Uni- age of thirty-six Codrington re- their bodies, but the particu-
| versity College of the West Indies, signed his appointment in 1704 lars of the constituwons - LONDON. |
Tuesday, February 28, 1950 | brings to mind the only other and retired to his estates in Bar- leave to the Society compose- British imports of cigars during the first nine {
atc cette ND | College in this area. The older bados; where he died six years of wise amd good men.’ ane 1949 were less than a third of the cor-|{ Usually }
re | College is well known and has later. i Queen Anne interested herse: . ing 1947 figures, while stocks of rum in Tins TRINIDAD GRAPEFRUIT HEARTS 33 —27
Sugar Follow t p , p-oduced men ee held ne aa ee we of in ine erection of the Couese.|ipe country have almost doubled in a year. These | Tins BOURNE ABEL BEER—per battle > $1.22 — gg
a ‘ j positions in the Empire. ne ouls,’ records the extraof- and timber wa: nt from uic| points are made in a memorandum sent by the | ¢ ‘—per rattle “ae
THE recent sugar*talks in Grenada point | of these sons of Codrington. Sir dinazy genius which — so uameures iain ky ee pee a = acent “Ge coniselh Aas } c 8 et ie Call 9 sant : 2
unmistakably th in political devel- | Ernest St. John Dranch, was once young a man to win his laurels war. However, it was uot thought | freasury, the Secretary of State for the Colonies |- ‘
stakably to a growth . washes ke |Chief Justice of Jamaica, and jn so many and so varied voca- that the time was fige role; C sod the’ Secretary of State for Commonwealth COLONNA DER STORES
opment of the West Indies. Politicians | later Chief Justice of Ceylon. — tions of life. At the age when College, but after various delays | Relations.
’ ‘> TT ——— —

and sugar experts met at Government
level and have decided not to entertain the
offer of the British Government to the
British West Indies Sugar Association ior
a quota of 640,000 tons of sugar but io re-
quest permission from the Secretary of
State for the Colonies to send a political
delegation to bargain with the Ministry of
Food on a new compromise basis of the
present West Indian surplus sugar produc-

tion, estimated at 729,000 tons. olding positions of responsibility i - the first Principal. BARI os cuicanl id 6.6 7.9 plus 1.3

The only vital point yet to be settled Hin this island. The older Chris- ee Gn. i iag It ‘s remarkable that Codring- See as oi PORCELAIN SINKS, 27 ins. x 18 ins, a

is the best time for the delegation to go to oes Saiera Canbbae lass. ih building which is now the pn eek er eels, 19 sean PORCELAIN BASINS, 25 x 18 ins. & 22 x 1 q

London. The present state of flux result- | 1689, and at his ores 1s Ct eae cotan Ta Kext the first Theological College in Total 2.46 1.27. minus 1.19 (with or without Pedestal) ins, |

ing from the General Elections makes it left a son, Christopher ITi, to cav- GA. 5," St Michael's Chureh, England; and Bishop Coleridge, r a ae ;

siaminatibhe for an immediate visit. This oe Sopher ects Bee ‘ Bridgetown, by the Rev. W. Gor- after retirement in 1642, returnee 1948 1949 ee pagina Rihe d %in., Yin. %4in., & 1% in,
lentered at Christ Church as a don, the Rector. Six years later to England and became the first}... 6.96 12.67 plus 5.71 l £

must wait until it is quite certain what
plans Mr. Attlee is making for the Govern-
ment of the United Kingdom. But it is
imperative that negotiations should begin
at the earliest moment, which should be
certainly in April.

Under a cloud of uncertainty and with

vides . : lstudent, for four years after hiS money to his College of All Souis. Indies will be more fortunate Y V i '
feelings of frustration the West {ndian clection to All Souls he was The Society for the Propagation than Codrington, which has haa}of the Colonies which produce it. Li f ay ee ees
5 many disasters in its long and “From the revenue point of view the decline 0

Governments met in Grenada essentially

! Codrington College was found-
|ed by Christophe: Codrington Ill,
who was born in 1668. His grand-
| father, Christoph or Codrington |,
'came of an ancient Gloucester-
| shire family, ence having heard cf
{the wonders of the New World
f-om his uncle, John Codrington,
| who had settled in Virginia in
| 1606; left England in the reign of
Charles I, when only a cadet, to
}try and make his fortune.
Christopher I, came to Barbados
and became a wealthy planter;
when he died his two sons were

gentleman-commoner on July 3,
1685. Afte; taking his degree he
| was elected to a fellowship at All
Souls, Oxford, in 1690. He de-
voted himself to ancient and
*modern languages, literature, his-
tory, divinty, physic, and logic,
also he was considered a wit and
poet. He was by no means a mere



|rende-ing conspicuous service in

most men just start to enjoy suc-
cess, Codrington, loaded with
University honours and Milita-y
distinctions, retired to his plan-
tations to devote himself to the
more perfect cultivation of lea_n-
ing and the advancement of re-
ligion and philanthrophy.

By
CHARLES GAYTOIN

————

chaplain

lege. He was

his body was exhumed and _car-
ried to England to be deposited
in the ante-chapel of All Souls,
Oxford, where the single stone
upon his grave bears the one
word—
CODRINGTON

He had bequeathed his splendid
collection of books and a sum of

of the Gospel in Foreign Parts,
which had been founded in 1701,



a Grammar School was openeu
in 1745. (Now the Loage School).
It was not until another grea.
educationalist came to Barbaav-
«nat the College came into beims
in 1830.
Coleridge, seeing the need of @
constant supply of clergy, and the
difficulty of obtaining tnem from
Englana, made recourse to the
original plan and the Codringtor.
foundation became a College. The
of the S.P.G. estates,
John Hothersall Pinder, became

1947,” says Mr.

1 the Dominions

William Har.

pond have been

Of rum the*Memorandum says:
has been an increase in U.K. imports of rum during | |
the first nine months
little more than half the quanti-
jes recorded in t
and stocks have almost doubled.”

The following table
January 1 to September 30, in millions of gallons:



“The position has deteriorated continuously since
R. K! Winter, Secretary of the
Yrganisation which represents primary producers |

and Colonies.
“While there |!

of 1949, withdrawals from



he corresponding period of 1948



for rum covers the period

U.K. IMPORTS
1948 1949 Increase or |

Decrease

tinction of being the pioneer of

Warden of the Earliest Missionary
College in England, St. Augus-
tine’s, Canterbury. Thus Codring-
ton College claims the proud dis-

the Theological College movement
of the nineteenth century.

It is to be hoped that the
University Collegé of the West

chequered career. The first build-

The Memorandum continues:
gible proportion of the rum imported comes from
Commonwealth sources—British West Indies, Brit-
Mauritius and South Africa — and
>eing a by-product of the sugar industry it fol- |
lows that a large contraction of the demand such |
as has recently occurred in the market which nor-
mally absorbs practically the whole of the exports
of rum must react seriously on : i f
the sugar industry which is the economic mainstay

ish Guiana,

1.19 m. gallons in withdrawals as compared with

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\the army of William Ily in Fland-
‘erg, where he attracted the atten-



fy to make out a case.to Be peesented|to the the corresponding nine months of 1948 represents

ings were wrecked in the hurri- ©1214 millions in duty nls

was left his estates in the follow-








> British Government demanding greater 11:5) of the King and was made a on eaviate cane of 1730. Reopened in 1745,|@ loss of more than ee ee om
“consideration for West indian sugar. It |Captain of the First Regiment of “] give and bequeath my two #t was again demolished by the set elyeithe duty at anything like its present | 4
#) was necessary. Foot Guards. He wes thitty Yd Plantations in the Island of hurrigane of 1780. Rebull ai level of Zils. 2d. a gallon (preferential rate) with | ;
| 7 of age when his father died, and Fs sdos to the Society for the reopened in 1789, enlarged for the the upnsequent reduction of sales in this country | YES! MY DEAR iy
i Eepenees a ee eee prne W : dies ve Propagation of the Christian setting of the College on an)_iig not only inflict damage on the overseas sugar P 5
depend almost solely on sugar and without Command in the West *ndies.. Religion in Foreign Parts academic footing in age industry, ;with resulting serious effects on the

Christopher Codrington Lil re- ,y desire is to have the plan- completely destroyed by prosperity df the producing countries but also |

imperial preference or guaranteed markets

; \
eause a material loss in the customs revenue of

TERRY ss |
CHOCOLATES |

turned to the West Indies when q a f 1831, The hurricane

T - tions continued entire, and hurricane o . The

they cannot support themselves. They had | the state of the Islands was"very $09" he continued ert Tsiways of 1898 came on a succession ot | he United Kingdom. jin the customs West Indies
have already had to take

unsettled; his officials do not ap-
pear to have been always trust-
worthy or loyal to him. Codring-
ton proved himself to be a strong
and able ruler, but as is inevita-
ble with such men, he made ene-
mies; an appeal was lodged against
but was dismissed by the

and British Guiana
steps to reduce their output of rum by 25 per-
sent and in view of the continued piling up of
stocks here and overseas, this heavy cut seems
‘i f ove inadequate.”

athe “talile for lar between January 1, and
September 30 in pounds weight is as follows:

U.K. IMPORTS

years of poor financial returns
number of Professors and schol- from the sugar plantations, anc
lars maintained there, all of it appeared inevitable that the
them to be under vows of College would be closed. This
poverty and chastity and obe- was averted by the help of the
dience who shall be obliged to West India Committee and 4
study and practice Physics and generous grant from the S.P.G

hoped to be able to expand the industry kept thereon, and a convenient
and improve methods of production in or-
der to raise the general economy of the
area. If Great Britain consents to their

present generous demand, they will at



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least under a long term agreement, be ’ . vig ee Chi 11 Divinity, Bicentenary Fund. On April 18
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ments held their meeting at the time of the
Election and many of them heard of the
rejection by his constituency of the Secre-
tary of State for the Colonies who had
shown great sympathy with West Indian
sugar when the Food Minister rejected the
demands. To arrive at the conclusion tliey
did and at the time they did is a tribute to
their sanity and judgment.

A continued West Indian quota of
900,000 tons after 1952 would enable these

colonies to expand the industry as the)
expected to do; but even a quota f
725,000 tons after 1952 would maintain the

present production level which has not yet
reached 900,000 tons and afford breathing
space for the adjustment of other matters
connected with the industry.

There is always present at negotiations,
the extremist who must have according to
his view,—a limited view—all or nothing.
But there are fortunately also the practical
and sober minds who know that it is better
to ask for what is possible than to go crying
for the moon. The West Indies owe a great

tives of the various West Indian govern- |

whether the United States, or
the United States and Britain,
| should engage in direct, top-
level talks with Soviet Russia
in an effort to solve the critical
question of atomic control,
and other major cold war

es.

In the article that follows,
one of the highest ranking
| United States officials at the
United Nations, and key state
department expert-—Ambassa-
dor Ernest A. Gross gives an
exceptionally frank appraisal
of U.S. Russian relation in
telling why he believes such
talks would be unwise at this
time.

| LAKE SUCCESS, (By Mail).

| Why shouldn’t we sit down with
| the Russians outside of the United
| Nations and try to work out be-
}tween us an agreement on our
| major differences. including atomic
| energy?

I suppose the Soviet
| would like nothing better.
| It would probably be hard to
{find in all of history a situation
lin which an imperialist-minded
; power confronted with solid re-

Unibn

Ernest A. Gross

In none of these problems do
the issues divide the Soviet Union
on the one side and the U.S. along
on the other. In all of them the
interests of others are directly
involved.

Moreover, it is an interesting
fact which we should not overlook
that in those matters in which
we have carried on bi-lateral dis-
cussions with the Soviet Govern-

ment we have fared no better
than we have in the United
Nations,

Take Korea as an exainple.
During the war we entered into
agreement with the Soviet Union
defining the areas of Korea in
which each of us would accept the
surrender of Japanese troops. We
soon found out that the Russians
were deliberately distorting and
twisting this agreement by pre-
tending it was intended to set up
two zones of occupation in Korea.
For months on end we carried out
patient and persistent discussions.
We got nowhere.

The United Nations then took
the matter up. Here is a case where
we went from two-power discus-
sion to the United Nations. But

moral conduct?

To return to the atomic control
issue, the United Nations atomic |
plan does not violate or interfere
with sovereignty of the Soviet
Union any more or less than it
does of the United States or any
other country. From both the sci-
entific and political point of view
the experts who have worked on
it are convinced that this much
sovereignty must be pooled in
order to get effective control.

The Communists say that the
United Nations plan demands that
the Soviet Union turn over own-
ership of atomic
United Nations commission
which the United States has what

“This, of course, is nonsense. It
is nonsense not merely because |
there is no such thing as an auto-'
matic majority out also because |
even if there were, the kind of de- |
cision that would have to be made



|
j ; ;

by the United Nations in connec- | substantial reduction Ww

tion with the control plan would | of cigars to b

define the, '"*% *

rights and duties of *he parties to| munity

treaties which would

involve the loyal carrying out of |
such treaties. |

Preferential
Foreign

Increase or



1947 1948 1949 Decrease
1949 Over

1947
267,639 109,274 76,075 — 191,564
39,967 21,277 19,183 — 20,784
307,606 130,551 95,258 — 212,348

Total D

“The foregoing figures, -
imports of cigars 1
months of 1949 had shrunk to less than one-third
of importations in the corresponding period of 1947
and were not much more than half of the 1948 |
figures.

“This sharp drop has had

“show that

the youn t
facilities to a} which has been built D 2
in| the U.K Government during the

nloyment in a Colony which badly needs all possi-

they call an “automatic majority.” | ble encouragement to new
| much reduced.

“The loss to the U.K. revenue,
of preferential cigars
the figures for 1947. represent more than
As the preferential rate
lb. it must be conclud

e lowered to 4
present snending nower of the com-

no recovery s 3 D
and there is grave risk of the virtual extinction of

the cigar industrv in the West Indies.



says the Memorandum,

in the first nine |



up with the approval of
war vears. Em-

industries has been

if withdrawa!s
in 1949 are compared with
£600,000
‘of duty is now 64s. 9d
ied that unless there is A
shich will enable the price
figure more in keep-

of demand can be exvected

a disastrous eftort of)
g and promising cigar industry of Jamaica

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deal at Grenada to the presence there of

ici “It may be added that the difficulties of cigar
at least three politicians who can view

In other words, what the Soviet | e 9 ;
ers in Jamaica have been considerably

| sistance to its aggressive design,
Union in effect is saying is that it! manufactur

when the rest of the world repre-

regional problems apart from internal
issues. They owe much too to the hard work
behind the scenes of Professor Beasley and
his staff and to the vast amount of spade
work put in before the conference by the
representatives of the British West Indies
Sugar Association,

They have set themselves an attainable
standard and one which it is not easy for
the British Government to deny, if they

| did not turn its thoughts at once
|to efforts to divide the world up
into spheres of influence. I think
| history teaches also that this has
| never resuy'qyd in perpetuating
peace.
We must be aware of the futile
| appeal of this course. It involves
|simply an attempt to split apart
| the nations of the free world in the
hope that we, the strongest of the
| number, would throw some of our
| friends to the wolves and thereby

sented in the United Nations estab-
lished certain principles looking
toward a free and independent
Korea, the Soviets refused to par-
ticipate. They walked out on a
commission the U.N. set up, just
as they had walked out on the
earlier discussion which they had
held with the United States,
Would anybody seriously sug-
gest that we should surrender this
support we are getting from the
rest of the world on this matter

cannot trust the maiority of the}

world to carry out in good faith | the
production costs
extent: the cost of several imported materials such
as Havana wrappers has risen by more than 40
per cent as a conseauence of devaluation,

“Tt is to be noted that the drop in imports from
Commonwealth sources other than Jamaica (India.
Ceylon, Borneo and Dominica) has been provor-
tionately even greater than in the case of Jamaica.”

The Memorandum concludes:
a sharp drop in consumption of Commonwealth
wines, spirits and cigars. (as well as in those of

treaties concerning production and
allocation of atomic materials as
well as inspection designed tc
insure their neaceful uses.
Forty-six members of the United
Nations voted for, the United
Nations atomic energy plan. Onl}
the Soviet bloc opposed it. Does
the Soviet Union seriously believe
that those 46 countries would dis-

increased during recent months by the effects of

of the £. Manufacturing and
are still increasing to a marked

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regard obligations assumed under
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national agreements for the pur-

want to retain the loyalty of the West In- | discredit us in the eyes of all.
dies, Even with a Conservative Govern- ‘What are the problems | which
: ; ; | divide us? Let us take a look at
ment, committed to imperial preference | them
and Colonial Development, it could not |_ Peace treaties with Austria,
have been expected with confidence to get | Germany and Japan. As the Secre-
a greater quota than 725,000 tons per | wey ot Oe ee eee
2 , : 2 Pao sas a ; r oO severa yeal
annum. Now that the West Indies have | now to get a treaty with Austria,
decided on a course of action the British | We made no headway on the
Cabinet must give early priority to a final {German treaty, and the Soviet
settlement. An unintelligent policy of delay |Uion has not even been wilting
or obstruction on-the part of Great Britain

to agree to our principle that
: , " these countries which participated
can wipe out the moral victory attained at
Grenada.

and resume the two-power dis-
cussion which ended in failure

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foreign origin) since 1947. This is seriously affect-
ing important industries and the Dominions and
Pe .Pur-| Colonies which depend to a large extent on the
—- a. ae on Untant U.K. market. The drov is chiefly due to the high
The truth of the matter is Shah | prices resulting from excessive import duties which
simpler than this The trath te and pave been progressively raised since 1939 to penal
it _ os. | levels
Council at 2.00 p.m, it is a fact which we must 100K! “sq; yevenue is suffering to the extent of at
Meeting st By Py of Sse Oe 5 ee least £15m. a year as a result of the reduced
achamerbty at 300 pam. | Giteult indeed to subject itself t0["on"ione ‘which has taken, place’ since 1047
Area, St. John at 7.30 p.m any inspection from the outside. Br ene A tie teh eae ee an
. . “m. Hence, the Iron Curtain: Hence Only sul stantial reductions in duty can res‘ore the
7“ = WT pritish Cows re the news blackout within the position and avert grave injurv’ to nroducers in
ures at Br ouncil at | Australia, South Africa, the British West Indies,

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OUR READERS SAY:

Cheap and Abundant Electric Power Is A Prime



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To The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—The arrival of the
famous—or should it be infamous
—crankshaft is noted. While we
await the visible manifestations
of its advent, we have time ‘o

reflect that, though crankshafts
may come and go, the demand
for current continues.

Bigger and better airports, ex-
panded pottery factories and
“Come to beautiful Barbados”
notwithstanding, the prime p °c-
requisite fo. a modern state is
cheap and abundant _ electric
power. Stalin dammed the
Dnieper ! Hitler dammed the
Rhine! Roosevelt dammed the
Colorado. It is not suggested that

Adams st l dam Joe's




River b
expected
of the «

might be

champion the cause





was not a very popular sport even
two years ago.

It is not for the Government ur
the people—the two somehow do
not appear to be synonymous—
to sympathise at this point. There
is little promise of light in that
direction. The Chamber of Com-
meree for a start might rub. a
couple of dry sticks together and
apply the resultant heat as persua-
sion to the proper partics!

The people must now exert
ever increasing pressure until the
lights come on and stay on—at
lower cost.

F. J. WORTH.

>
Good Job
To The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—Once more we find a West
Indies team on the verge of leav-
ing to seek more lau‘e! broad,
and ing this
weighing their chances
The selectors have exploited on
idgment, and

team



ting good team-work, which is
the nucleus of success.

Of course, the West Indian
cricketers, individually and collec-
tively have already carved a niche
in the Hall of Fame, but I think
their visit to England this time
will be the test among tests for
(1) they have never won a Test
match in England and (2) they
will be meeving the cream of
English cricketers, unlike 1948.

Many are already anticipating
records from Weekes, Walcott,
Worrell, Rae, Marshall and
Stollmeyer when they begin to
“sit down” and a great harvest
reaped when Jones, Johnson,
Pierre, Williams, Valentine and
Ramadhin bowl.

Be that as it may, the West
Indies should surely triumph, fo
they have everything on their side,
and they will be watched with
kecn iterest, as everyone has
pinned their hope 1 then
they nd on the th l
more glory in the world of sports

RICHARD CLARKE

“Stratford,”

Black Rock

eT



What Mr. Weatherhead Said
To The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—Please aliuwy me the usa
of your columns to give a more
aecurate report of what I said at
the recent Vestry meeting in St.
Michaél relative to the question
of retrospective pay for parochial
Employees

I said “I agree with everything
Mr. Gale said. When Mr. Mottley
made a motion to raise £300 for
the purpose of paying Mr. Adams
to investigate the Parochial Ser-
vice with a view to consolidating
salaries, a member of this Vestry
cpposed this and suggested that we
follow the Government. “This was
not agreed to and £300 was raised
in the Estimates. This showed de-
finitely that the Vestry was not
prepared to follow the government
blindly in every respect

“The only argument that I
think can hold water is the fact
that Mr. Kidney and Mr. Mottl«

I a signed statement t 1
Labour Officer, stated that



employees have moral
to ask for
view of the
ployees do

justif
retrospective pa
fact that these
similar work t

em-

em-



ployees of .the Central Govern-
ment.

“Now, in answer to Mr, Miller, !
agree that one brother working
with the parish of St. Michael is
dissatisfied because his brother i1
the government got back pay fox
the same type of work and ha
did not get it. But what about the
trether who is in the parochial
service in Christ Church or St.
George or in eny other parish?

“IT am saying that this is an
island-wide question and canno!
be tackled by Vestries. | am asking
that the matter be viewed from
this angle and the Government te
informed.”

BRUCE WEATHERHEAD.
Barbades Pharmacy.
Broad Street
February 24, 1950





@® LETTERS which are signed
accompanied by the custom<

Many such reach the Editor's desk each week, and rvaders
are agcin:- reminded of the necessity for the writer's name

to be k.own to the Editor,
assurance of good faith.

Concerning Conferences

SIR,—My brother says “Cock-
roach had danee he no invite
fowl,”

Some Padookans have become

professionals. There are profes- ||

sional cricketers, professiona)
w.tnesses, professional mourners
and professional Conference |’

Attenders.

The ‘ast group, chosen frou «4 |"

certain few, but’: no-one knows
buw, in the closed corporation.
Tke members receive no ble |
wonetary reward but are paid in|
cock-tail parties, pictures in the
papers and trips to other places.
Trey acquire great facilittes in
hond shaking, smal|\ talk and ex-
pressing views on any subject.

J asked my brother if he knew}
that a rolling stone gathered no}
moss. “M-m-m- Yes. But it gets}

t lish.” }

CON





I

with a nom-de-plunie, but un |

try bona fides, will be iy nored.

not for publication, but as an



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are
10

fish
ost of the peopie who
yrehased their fish along
Y and on the streets now
rket. ;
corease can clearly be
BS ast week's figure of 8,850
eye which passed through
“et. This was made up of
oe ‘t flying fish, 1,359 Ibs.
od 9,429 lbs. of Gus. 333
pill. fish, and 1,117 lbs. of

3 D. Hinkson, Clerk of the
Ber. the Advocate yester
people are getting more
“ned to the market now
P are keeping an eye
ey and fish vendors
iq that recently very fev Ww
ble to buy fish along
ce at the wharf. Tha
snstable is at the Wharf
is brought in and
pine fis) the Market when
js being conveyed there,





ss }

Butter Here
Tomorrow

THE butter shortage which has



i been experienced here for some tHE REGIONAL SUGAR CONFERENCE which was open- oe pwwipment brought by
5 § HERALDS, weeks, may be relieve cae. ee " 7 p motor vessel “Caracas” on Friday
COLLEGE . a Mr Vinee 122 matter y the Governor of the Windward Islands at St. to be used at Seawell Air rt h
in ; ‘ yor , 0. day > f > 2 =
F giving a ee Pd eat _ Victor Chase of George's, Grenada, British West Indies, on February 23rd been unloaded and removed from
J concerts throughout the Me â„¢. 1. Seale and Co., told concluded its deliberations on Feb 24 the waterf
returned to Trinidad yes- the “Advocate” yesterday. The Conference ™ tuary 24th. ee
» Choir is made This, he said 1 hn. ; was’ Presidea BE IT RESOLVED AS FOLLOWS: During Sunday ~ work never
. The » will come about ove; by Mr. W. Savary, sake t
students from the Carib- with the arrival on March 1, of a designate of the Sava Speake: .. That this Conference regaras Stopped With the use of the
a ning College. small shipment of table ‘butter tive Coueedl, the ne reo = af the total limits of permitted Government crane the engineers
Met concert Was OVEr from Field, wea ollctlb: ithe. secto net e various terri- exports, that is 900,000 toms completed discharging the machin-
Distribution followed by the dete leieoel a Plier tira ere represented as io! Proposed by His Majesty’s &y¥.that same day.
at the British Council, cooking and table butter from a Government for the British ve eee ee sere towel
old a. — o — Aistralia. Antigua V. C, Bird, R, Cadman, R. B ae Indies and_ British nt ‘ded tee for Port-of-Spain,
me the mpire Theatr Mr. Chase attributed the present unt aS Brae : ulana as inadequate, but in Trini rom where it is expect-
ens en shortage to the switch piel of the Sir J. Saint, © 1 Adams, D. G. Leacock, Sympathy with the purposes ed to return to Barbados with
gst. Clements “He lds island’s purchases from Canada poritish Guiana: D. P. Debedin, R. R ot His Majesty’s Government another load of machinery for
» who heard the Heralds t6 Australia He. a - adi borne W. A. Macnie, W. J. Raat in the matter of the reguia- Seawell,
led by their versions of Australia, € said that the & Seaford, O. A. Spencer ior he . Mess
nd Classi- ‘sland usually got the bulk of its, British Honduras: 'W. H! Courtenay ion of the world sugar trad rs. J. N. Harriman and Co.,
fy Polk Songs a supplies from Canada but pre- eas ar a yaory abiiiaa is prepared to endorse tae Ltd., are this vessel’s agents,
‘ ahaaga, = J 4 Uustamante, zindo, , ° Jac jac > ar
P sumably on account of the dollar as He z " ae: Sir R Barker Aare = —— a
T 7.15 p.m. on Sunday situation, steps are get seh ts; R. L. Bradshaw, M. 1. D ssociation’s. acceptance 0) .
ernie fe trom aan. “teps were taken to get smiin.W. i “Waiwen those. limits. More Flour Arrives

C. A. Beaubrun, J. C. D

along Cools-Lartigue,

form and overturned At the time of the placing of thed#Pau!4y,. L.

: St. Vincent: E. A. C BS
As a or Mi naan erder, he said, it was understood Trinidad : C. Abidh, Coisnmesne os
- of Venture, St. John res that the butter would arrive in Bushe, J. A Gomes, Q. O'Connor, A’ A
i , ‘ enfie Sa
pAlexander, a Trinidadia early January, and this would The BW Lah Wa
“ the new runway at represented by

have coincided with the exhaus- 3. A. Cuke, G. M. Eccles, R. L. M
wood, H Robinson.

The Colonial Development and
Welfare Organization was repre-
sented by Professor C. G. Beasley,
Mr. B. E. Rolfe of the Colonial
Development and Welfare Organ-

ization acted as Secretary of the
Conference,

were injured and taken by
General Hospital.

is detained suffering from
to both feet while Alex-
was treated for an injury to
knee and discharged. A

tion of stocks then in hand.

Unfortunately, owing to the
irregularities in Australian ship-
ping, the steamer on which the
butter was to have been sent was
of the guard wall of the delayed for over a month. Mean-
residence was knocked while all supplies of the com-
re modity was exhausted.

wagon, drawing a trailer Realising the unfortuate posi- The Conference was principally
a caterpillar owned by tion in which consumers were concerned with the consideration
mJ.N. Harriman & Co., and piaced, permission was granted of the offer made

by His Majesty’s
by Austin Gill of Martin- ine importers by the Control Bos urd (Government to the British West

Road was travelling along to get a small supply of table Indies Sugar Association at the
R o' butter from Holland, in the hops Commonwealth Sugar Talks re-
Teterstood that the driver

that this would in some w ay re- cently held in London. This offer in

wagon saw a car ate lieve the situation. “This was also Substance amounted to a guarantee
him on its PR ap, ian delayed and is now expected on to buy at reasonably remunera-
was th

a ceitine ais, tensa Wednesday. tive prices 640,000 tons of British

vresent advice from the office West Indian sugar per annum

of the Controller of Supplies is after 1952 (when the present

PEOPLE were taken to that the Australian butter will be agreement to buy all exportable
General Hospital suffering here very early vin March,” Sugar comes to an end), but
‘injuries after the Central Difficult coupled with the limitation of total
M318, driven by Cameron “It is my opinion,” saiq Mr, B.W.I. exports to 900,000 tons.
pot Bay Land; crastied into Chase, “that the switch over is The amount of 640,000 tons is less

smopolitan Drug Store at

going to make it very difficult for than current B.W.] exports which
) on Saturday night.

the consumer to get regular sup- are estimated at about 725,000

fwere Ralph Rudder of plies, as the period between the tons. The Conference decided to
Road, conductor of the grrivat here of ships from advise the British West Indies
mse Beryl Edey of the Australia is a long one, Sugar Association to accept the

Hospital, Phyllis Maloney Qn the other hand Canada gives limitation of total exports but re-

ap, Westbury Road, and 4 yegylar monthly supply, thus corded its conviction that the
athwaite of Deacons providing for a continuity of limitation of the guarantee to

and Maloney were de- ‘frech stocks on the market. 640,000 tons would gravely

' me fe ee “Shipments from Australia have prejudice the interest of the

thor and glass Cog? at tae usually been made in bulk and British West Indies andthe

lag of the Drug Store the island will have to take its relations between His Majesty’s

” . quarterly supplies almost in one Government and the peoples of

‘ OSS of a quantity of shipment. the British West Indies. The
HSweepstake Tickets valued This will probably result in Conference accordingly requested

ee eee

Was reported by Hilda over-consumption when the com- H.M.G. to receive a delegation
of Chapmans Lane. She modity is in full supply, and then consisting of members of Legisla-
that her residence was a scarcity before the arrival of tures and representatives of
aid entered between 6.45 the next quarterly supply. labour in the sugar industry be-

840 p.m. on Saturday “In my opinion too, the quality fore the ne gotiations with
tickets taken. of the butter from Australia may B.W.LS.A. were closed. The

tesident of Chapmans pe impaired due to the length of Conference decided to recommend

p suffered a loss was time it takes to get here and it: to the West Indian Governments
Joseph, He reported that reaching the hands of the con- concerned that the delegation
Doards valued $6.00 were sumers. should consist of eleven members

his home between

hink that it
on Saturday and 5.00 a.m. +n By

much more to the interest of

would have been
the

as follows:



consumer if we had been allowe Barba los, | _British Guiana,
i GRANT of Leadvale, to continue to get our butter sup- Jamaica and. Trinidad—2 each.

t Church, reported the plies from Canada. poe pag St. Kitts, St. Lucia—
agricultural fork valued each,

esday last. It was the recommended that Mr.

My of Ridge Plantation. Three Months For soma


























Adams of Barbados, Mr.

scurre ‘ ° x Bustamante of Jamaica and Mr.

a, Coe of Stealing Sugar-Cane Gomes of Trinidad should be

1250 p.m. on Saturday a sic A ie members of the delegation and

Motor car A-23, owned , PERCY JEMMOTT a vo-yea’= should form a Standing Commit-

A by E. R. Corbin of old labourer of Reid Street Ww we tee with Professor Beasley as con-

Plantation, St. Andrew, Sentenced to three months’ eee vener to carry torward these re-
“Pedestrian, — Albertha prisonment = with hard. labour ~ ommendations.

oe Hall, St. Peter, Yesterday by His Wership Mr.

Was treated by Dr. T. L. bs. H. A, Talma. The Conference also considere

2 Ww 1 guilty of steal- 3 proposal by the Colonial Office

injuries. She was after- He was founc 7 : a proposa 3
to the St. Per aca * -i"§ a quantity of sugar Cane -hat British Honduras should re-
she was datatned: growing on the lands of the Pin€ jeive a quota of 25,000 tons out of
see Acricultural Station and the pro- 4), »xroposed B.W.1S.A, alloca-
MLCUMMINS of Belair, St perty of The Governor-i- en. The Conference noted the
weorge, reported that a Exeeutive Committee on February needs of British Honduras wit
Cabbage and 35 holes 26. ympathy and recommended t
eines growing on his Mr. H. Kirton said he was in- H.M.G. that suitable provision be

fas ¢ ttin ;
i Me ae kane told made for this purpose but in the
ea ice

form of a separate quota, on the
arrived and
; B on of suga?
a arrested grounds that the question c
oo ep eien and arres production in British Hondura
eo had entered at no stage into the
e police what had ¢ § &
ue wee ei be field he present series of negotiations anc
(Jemmott ) told them that he was that the offer to B.W.LS.A. had

fyormed that a
canes in the field,
the police who

damaged during Sun-

#88 of four fowls valued
m Was reported by Milli-

& of Lower Carlton,
® She stated that the
me taken from her yard
atday night, February
‘ate hi



> je solely in respect o
he ‘ a man named Lloyd been mad
T property, aes for existing exporters,
m5 nce — nine " Jemmott ee aay ee Drevin The Conference was character-
“th a, Hall Ott St. convictions for larceny. eed by a striking unenimity ap
n the “theses : re ‘ marked determination
e . - Maalker sae r The following is the text of th
aa. Tygiser SIX Months For main resolution of the Conference

P and driven by Joseph
# Chance Hall, St. Lucey,
heel dray cart, drawn
7 ad mule, owned by
= ger of Gays, St. Peter.
Mderstood that both
Tee loaded with canes

“WHERE .S this Conference 0’
delegate. representing the Gov
ernmen.s and peoples of Antigu
Barbadus, British Guiana, Jamaace
St. Kitis, St. Lucia, St. Vincen
and Trinidad, cannot agree tha
the offer made by His Majesty’
Government to the British Weer
Indies Sugar Association at th
Commonwealth Sugar Conferenc
in January 1950 is a fulfilment «
His Majesty’s Government's un: er
taking of 10th August, 1949, o
that it is commensurate with th
needs of the peoples of the Britis)

Stealing Vests

Sydney Cadogan of Brittons
Hill was sentenced to six montns
imprisonment with hard labour
by His Worship Mr. E, A, McLeod
antation and the yesterday for stealing one dozen
fd into each other. gents’ vests valued at $10.00 and
Was injured, the property of William Fogarty

& Co. Ltd,
KIRTON of the Pine The offence was
atural Station revorte February 26,
4 halter valued $3.60 The offence
that it was removed
Stati tion on S

February 26.
1 Saturday It

committed oj



was committed on









, oe Governers 15s. IN 14 DAYS West Indies and British Guian:
litte¢ A fine of 15/- to be paid in 14 AND WHEREAS this matter

Se WES ORF aie Ge in default one month's now for the first time and at the

Lisle Gibbs Of imprisonment was imposed on earliest opportunity receiving th:

“e® Black Rock. He Seibert Walkes of Lightfoot Lane attention in joint consultation c

it was removed from py

of
Bhs tk Rock on Januar

His Worship Mr. H. A, Talma accredited representatives th:

pro Y yesterday for using. indecent Governments and peoples of th
CO Perhy. language near Roebuck Street on British West Indies*and Briti
ENT occurred February 26 Guiana

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POULTRY FEEDS OF ALL KINDS by.

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
ieee actin i



TWO VIEWS taken at Grenada’s
(Left) A view

of St. George’s from the balcony.

(Right)

Legislative Council Chamber,

inside

the Chamber delegates stand on — Side of the Governor's dais.

“. That as to the question of the

Equipment
Unloaded





tonnage of sugar for which FLOUR, an item which was re-
reasonably remunerative cently scarce in Barbados, has
prices are to be guaranieeu been Steadily flowing into the

by His Majesty’s Government
this Conference is convinced
that the limitation of
tonnage .to 640,000
figure substantially

fuch
tons, a
less than

the current exports of the — arrived by Steamship ‘Mor-
area, must gravely prejudice macrey,”
not only the interests of tne Messrs. General Traders Ltd.

British West Indies and British
Guiana but also the relations
between His Majesty’s Gov-
ernment and His Majesty’s
joyal subjects in the area
and recommends that the
quota to be guaranteed after
1952 should at least be such
as to cover current British
West Indian and _ British
Guiana exports estimated at

795

725,000 tons.

3. That this Conference,
mindful of the
quences of a
negotiations between Hi
Majesty's) Government anu
the British West Inaies Sug.:
Association earnestly requests
His Majesty’s Government
(a) to receive in London a

delegation representative
of the peoples of the
British West Indies and
British Guiana consisting
of members of Legisla-
tures and representatives

of

an
sal

being
grave conje-
failure of th



The “Mormacrey”

This vessel
Moore McCormack lines, for whom
Messrs. R. M.
are

46-
brought
coc
and a motor car.

Mr. D. L.

Yesterday

while Messrs.
the remainder.

ample
mon.

Supply of
operates under

Jones and Co., Li

local representatives.



Fruit Comes

from St. Lucia was
M.V. “Lady Joy”
fresh fruit,
oil, charcoal,

ton
oanut

Johnso.. is agent.



Case Dismissed

were consignees of 6,000 bags of
the supply
Proverbs and Co. were importers

Harold

also brought
canned

the

td.,

Ships
of this line make occasional cally;
here.

CALLING here yesterday after-
noon

island in large shipments within
the past seven or eight days.
a shipment of 8,415
bags—5,415 bags from Vancouver
and 3,000 bags from San Francisco

the

which
cocoanuts,
firewood

of labour in the sugar A cage brought against Alonza
industry before these Small of Black Rock in which
negotiations are closed je was charged by E. Worrell of
and ie having threatened to kill him
(b) to grant British West was dismissed yesterday by Their
Indies Sugar Association Honours of the Assistant Court
the necessary extension of Appeal, Mr. J. W. B. Chenery,
of time for decision be- and Mr. H A, Vaughn. It was a
yond March Ist to enable decision of Mr, H. A. Talma

tis to be done. which was confirmed.
Mr. G. H, Adams represented

" Worrell,

Worrell, Sanitary Inspector,
K.L.M. Plane paid visits to Small in the role
° of an inspector but Small was of
Brings Seven the ae that there was an

ilterior

motive in the visits

A K L.M. Charter Flight on Worrell said that Small threat-
behalf of C.P.I.M. in Curacao ened to kill him if he returned
arrived at Seawell at 1.55 p.m. to his home. Since then, in the
yesterday bringing seven passen- carrying out of his duty, Worrell

gers, W. Busby, M. Bramao, V
St. John, C. Harte, O, Small,
W. Green and C. Brathwaite to
Barbados. These men are on ‘we
months’ vacation.
af te plane left at 2.40 p.m. fo:
Lucia and afterwards returned
o eee ao,

corr

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H. A. Vaughn of the Assistan!
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Lolitta) Yearwood had

Iris Gaskin and Dolly. Clarke, the In LIQUID or TABLET FORM

one of having stolen a pocket lO
book

valued $2 and containing
ba 84, and the other of having
Saulted and. beaten: her. The
aijeged offences were committed
on September 2.
Their Honours the
‘pinion that the cases had not
been proved.
Yearwood

were of

You ll
fined
these
IN OUR LINEN DEPT.

GLASS TOWELS, 77c. each

said that after a
dispute between Clarke and her-
self they began to fight# In the
stir of the struggle her pocket
book dropped and Gaskin ran of
with it.

|
Their Honours of the Assistani
Court of Appeal Mr, J, W: B
Cheney and Mr. H. A, Vaughn
upheld a flecision of Mr. H. A
Talma and dismissed a case
brought by the police agains\
Mahommed Yousup of Mason Ha!
Street, St. Michael. Yousup wa
charged with having sold a shir
at a greater price than th
schedule allowed, $4.00 instead of

$2.28.
Mr. G. H. Adams appeared foi KITCHEN TOWELS, 48c., 74¢., and 78c. each
Yousup.
Yousup, a peddling clothe: DAMASK NAPKINS, 65c. each
dealer, had only been living
could not speak English *"" || HUCK TOWELLING in White, Gold, Green, Blue and

The case for the prosecutioi
alleged that he offered
Cumberbatch the shirt for
while on his rounds.

The defence held that Yousuy
could not speak English but wher
he was offering any clothes fo
sale he would indicate the pricc
by a show of fingers. Yousup
denied having offered Cumber-
batch to sell him the shirt for
$4.00.

Child Dies Suddenly

A sixteen-month old child die
suddenly on Friday last while
its mother, Daphne Edward:
of Hillswick, was taking it to Dr

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INQUIRY ADJOURNED

The inquiry into the death of
Allan Niles a tailor of Rockley,
Christ Chureh, who died suddenly
at the Genera] Hospital on Janu-
ary 23 was adjourned yesterday
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Before the business of the Court
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SS ; PARBADOS ' é r i
: ———— [avctom [IN THE ASSISPANT COURT OF APPt au! ¢
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; | inst i > » Le j CARNEDT, OLDER *lantitt
| R A T E s | FOR RENT 1 will Offer for Sale bs. oui ee ETHELINDA saaten? = ian = eee 4
| [en Thursday next the 2nd March at ; ’ pepe al re
ere iNet Bos | —_—_————=—=—=_==_=__—_—___ grodacte * ~ — at Mile and a Quart: | = ; ?
ITS 6 - » ™s almost ew house whier | IN ns > oof a “de. nis |
pRNOUNCEMEN HOUSES | freshly painted ana Ra wig sty' te | ody fim. the hove sctensMeanibn: as
LE per word eee andah, front house 1810, back 22x b \wenty fourth day, of January 1940 1j
SA FLATS fully furnished with R side ANG Kitehen. Ideal? suited cu | Give notice to all ‘persons having. any | f
e erator and linen © - etrig- jouse. Inspection anv day ona: | @state, right or interest in c any hen ‘
| Dial assa. ana tae | racation to his mother AN ene | incumbrance affecting YN" | In Carlisle Ba
” * ROO; Pa Austins, tong ATeS A. Scott Firstly all that certain piece or parce! | m arise . y
a a MS—Two large Cool Rooms with a . 25.2. 50 cf land situate at Superlative in the said That TION. ILMS; INC.: corporation organi
a aN Dial sgt ater With oF without meals | At my office at Magnzine Lane He hye George and Island afore- Siestons ten Wels, Sees Torte. King ten tres Rao "Rhnene: ind existing under the laws of the State of Delaware, United States. of
i um . £8 , -2.50—t. fo | Tu next the 28th Pepe ° y a t two) Yacht Leand Set Son. Sane . 7 aving a place of businces at 445 Park Avenue, New York 22, State of
——aatntetleeenenincs wa’ 2 oe apa © bat y,., | T00ds be the same more or less butting er, h. Manuata. Sch. Owners’ Association. United States of America has a lied for the of a trade mark
“youu SUES ci oe fare Same, wane | on “ane | naan “Suto, thea | Mam Maat, Son age "Sodk, Sok Sug ete Cement secu “Maat win Barats for sintianequaly Tepredteing
A. . ‘ 5 > . 7 . s s t or : . * . . at} t, _ der, ; so 3
goer aw meat [8 8) Re Sarg Soars Ley [ous Bend Sigh Malt” nt op eo 8 Slo She Ee Sch audin. "don Pulp “w. Tr: “Nisa “Gece” onc Aaocaen | na, Wana ee, tg sea ra “crpenmonization, with
ah , on. Apply; e-. | has open 2} ROW or late of C. Holder and on the , . : p H. vid- 9 . tons net, ‘apt.| sound, words and/or music films and reco films w
Faemamg per agate line cet", Belmont Road: 2i.2.50--> | room, ¢3) beeen, hoe and dining West on lands now or late of Fairview Ae Seh. Cachalot, Yacht Serva Nolan, for Tobago. and/or music recorded haanoaee pag cure
TA ! 21.2.60—on. | Felvanize pailings, Wall to the front ‘with, | Plantation or however else the same wee : “ from’ {nd motion pictures and will be entitled to replete me ees
' charge .. Ee. 0) he two gates and e! current t Beso butt and ; M.V. Lady Joy, 46 tons net, Capt. Schooner Frances W. Smith, 74 tons} from the 28th day of February 1950 unless sme person shall in the
: c M28 ge naar: : Unturnished Ground. | with % of ‘an acre of land ni ee mi Secondly all that certain piece or par Persons, = St. Lueia; Agents: D. L. nah Ces. aseel, Gor Britian Selena: | give notice 1p Tuplicwte to me at my office of opposition of such rez:
pap . nm an spectad an ce land also situate at Superlative i ehnson , ssociation.| The trade mar Seen on application ut my office.
14 agate lines) eee DP Soug "For turther par- | Atrs, Humphrey Who og = = per clay | the said parish of Saint. Gourde ond is-| 4,88: Mormacrey, 4588 tons net, Capt Schooner Freedom Fieary, 23 tons net, Dated this 27th dav of Fobruary, 3060. .
x . i ‘s Dial Sose. PARCY A. SCOTT. | tana aforesaid containing by adimeasure. a from Trinidad; Agents: 'R. M. Capt. DeRocher, for Dominica; Agents: H. WILLIAMS,
NOTICES i 26.8.50—t.f.n.| Auctioneer & Real Ketare Agent ment one rood be the same more or less eo Co., Ltd. Sehooner Owners Association Registrar of Trade Marks.
agate line : oe 2.10 TILA RE en 22.2.50—sn | butting and bounding on the North on “S. Specialist, 4445 tons net, Cm a chooner Sunsnine R., i tons net, 28.2.
arse . #120 1.5) 7) AIMDARE’—BEDFOPD AVENUE — Sn | 1ands now or late of GC Heer the Sane from, Trinidad; Agents: Sacnaaae te ,, Ma~“Tnigue: "Agents:
ietdibc nek. months werent ~ May for 8 REAL ESTATE Hot on the public road on the Sou.h | Costa ee arbados Import & E port Co
INC AD xy é iit 66c, ‘Minutes walk from Yacht ‘clas ¥ | a Fok Gn eae ag ererne and lvierre,

- ; . B® tons : M.V. T. B. Radsr, 162 ion: net, Capt, Ri

on the West on lands a as ¢} Ret, ‘apt. Olivierre, or Trinidad; Hazell, for St. Luc.- Agents: Schooner at

jeanne lots (2 acres), (2 rds. ¢ per.) | Fairview Plantation ot however an tne Agents: Schooner Owners’ Association. Owners’ As: 6clation ti
. ear Lears’ Plantation, st same ma .
Michael. The two leit on teat in Y butt and bound



















= 7 ~ where modern amenities are available cel of Med ee Aa pea at Pin IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION ——— MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA N
i . ~ , ehild 2 ¥ Pl. ° ‘ situate at Superlative in the rw
POR SAUR | Reoe tere O Sextaen” | emaae om ample” Appts | cee and sate seroma] and Wireles (West Indien) Lid $8. Lianishen, 83. Loe Ancien, 307 TRALAND UNE LIMITED
P | erence nce IN. or dial 4191” s Hill, rn aes aforesaid (containing by admeasuremen: | advise that they can now communicate Prazil, M/V Italia, 5.S. Frumenton, §.S. (MLA.N.Z.) LINE) *
— KUNGALOW—On the sen, 2 bedrooms, | ————_——____*2:?. 50 ing and bearne ame more or less butt- | With the following ships through their S. Paula, SS. Esso Raleizh. ‘SS. Cam, M.S. “PORT PIRIE* is scheduled |
| Moder conveniences $30.00. Dist s At 2 p.m. on Thursday, and MM. ends Now or Ime ot eee are jNoFth on | Barbados Coast’ Stationn’, B.S Nise eae aeth: SS. Jamaican sei Sydney January lath =.
} from & to 8m. Ay; Hable £ ms 86 1950, we will offer £ fe: 200 march | lands now or late of E Oo. B. Smith S.S. Canadian Challenger. M/V Uru. SS. Jose Calvo Sotelo, §.S. S Clara arriving at Trinidad about February
OTIVE | ist. The Stream neae Post Ofce.'™? | “Barbados Fire Insurance C2 one the idle “#) nae egg ron Sowerd | guay, 8%. La. Puta SA @ © Ines. Rc, S.S. Nedon, S.S. Panama, S.S. Mormac. 7h, t
; 28.2.50—1n, | Gach. 15 shares—Barbados — Telephone Estate of D, Blackie ie cm ne of, he | Esito, SS. South Mouttsie's 8S. Balan- rey, S.S. Myken, 8.8. Custodian, 8.8 ||}* M.S.“KAIPAKI" ts scheduled to
PK: One (1) Fargo Truck in $00 | nreesnensirineeeeeeeee Co, Ltd. Preferred £1. Cottle, Catford , sackman deceased and o } tia, SS, Sprinewave, S.S. S. Venancio City of New York, SS. Prins Bernard a from Port Pirie January 7th,
Hon (1941 Model); good tyres, Dual! MODFRN BUNGALOW Ty Welches | & Co 26.2.50-4n | the weet on lands now or late of Fair- | BW-1. SCHOONER OWNERS January 10th, Beauty Point | Janu
“ rc sy Penne eee re alana a ieee . as : view lantation or however else t! . - 5
eae ect: capt uring Dining = | ——————_Salt sn | ew" Plantation “oe howtwar” cia ASSOCIATION (NC. Feuruaty eaeE, danuary, 36th, “Sidngg
a Hanurnehierces “ ay all other modern ae > mately 3400 Ibs. second hand to bring before me an account of thei: ; 2 eee Ist brisbane February 108
Siaaas Pick-up, qo working | cant S. Spacious yard. =e Bacon tae and Gat amps recent-| said claims with theie witnesses, doou Telephone 4047 erriving at Trinidad about 10th Mares,
( -up, 1 " $ ; “ ‘ is materials may be inspect- ents * ase ans:
‘with good tyres. Apply S. E. en repens ly removed from the foot at st. Garant bragged ye hers, to be nee
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wy ith Silver and Liner. = the Manager Mr, W. B. Carrington. | in’ the afternoon, ‘othe “Omtice oe the for’ riiah Gulen ad 3 award
_ Bea Grn ae tee toni’ her particulars Dial fea a ated =" writing addressed to Mr. K Gerk of the Assistant Court of Appes | and ‘Teew rd islanaas ve
poise model, in good condition. | : Raith ee Seceived un eer hn. 1959. | the bk unt, House Bridgetown. befor. | ARRIVALS—By. B.W:l.As1 Jamburn Guiles, Frank Comber =
ly; Manager, W.I.R. Refinery Ltd | {BUSINESS SPACE Rr ie ate . 282.50-—Sn. | nee 12H day of April 1980, in order From Trinidad—Everlina Allers, Lavid Jameso renee I m
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Cummins, Hubert Webber, Clive Webber, From St. Kilts—azy Reginald Lopes
ee ” E. claim. on or agains y | Stella Webber, G. H. Drew, Rufina DEPARTURES—By BWI AL “
bly priced. vee ores = M=nee the 1950 Football Season somenn “Claimanta eeinst: the said Perty. | ‘Thorpe. Clyde Gilman, Frances Kall- | For Trinidad—Miss Carol Dorph, Mr
22.2.50—5n “LITTLE ; _ between Monday 13th March and Wed aimants are also notified that the, S esate - 7 ~
© HAM'LTON™ st. T awreners nesday 15th en a anc ex must attend the said Court on Wednesda man, William Kallman, John Dodge Thomas Vondy, Mr. John Robinson, Mr *
A nan Minx, one of the best ld pafumished, nO Beto... “Aral. t receive affiliation faves om Mr Oo “S , the 12th day of April 1950, at 10 o'cloc:, | Cecil Jemmot, James Lacey, Olga Ashby, Arthur Bryden, Mr, David Chambers St
models, still going strong. Always Dene Marathon, st Z ® eno, | Coppin, Hony Secretary wa F.A. c/o | ®™- When their said claims will b. | Enid Yhap, Clement Yhap, Florence Rast. David Chambers Jr. Mrs Sydne:
driven, in good conditich . - 26.2. £6 -2n advocate ou ih . eras ranked. Peck, Kate Mull, Henry Lord, Andrew Cl ambers Miss Dorothy Thompson, Mis Inc.
ble price. Apply: Straughn’'s Se, There will be a Council Meeting of}, Given under my hand this Twenty | Christine, Morarbhai Patel) Damyabhai Daphne Inniss,, Mr. John Stanhope ;
ities Breet. 2.2.50.) Oe the B.A.F.A, at ‘the YM.C_A "He ide | fourth day of January 1950, Patel, Nagarjibui Patel, Nagarbxai Lovell, Mre. Janet Stanhop.-Lovell, Dr
1 . ~ | cusrters, Pinfold Street on Friday Moreh | I. V. GILKEs, Patel, Jivanbhai Patel, Maganial Patel, Malcolm Proverbs, Myx Neville Gran CANADIAN 8ERVICE aa
PU RIE NOTICES “rt ay 4.30 p.m. and the Annual General | Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court, oi | William Moore, Olive Moore, Jean soul, Mr. Jose Pimento, Mrs. Anderson SOUTHBOUND
Meeting of the Association takes place | 4Ppeal Lewis, Norman Beale, Edward Mayers, M.. W. Anderson, Lady Alice Collymore Name of Ship Sails Arrives {
RICAL = it the ¥ M.C.A Headquarters on the 28.1.50—3n. | Myrtle Mayers, Cecily St, Hill, Margaret M.. Frank Begg, Mrs. Katherine Begg x Pelifax Tarbados Le
“ ily , , following Friday, Mareh 10th at 4.30) ————————————_______ —-—— | Carew, Agnes Nurse, Lloyd Yearwood, M:, Allan Seale; Mr. Antonio Navarro S/S “ALQOA POLARIS" February 20th Mareh Sra ra
Tube G.E.C. almost new £25 easily earned by obtaining orders | pin, Kathleen Lenagan, David Pursey, Dulce For La Guaira—Mrs. Isabelo Coli- S/S “ALCOA PATRIOT” Mareh, 6th March 17h ht
island, Phone 2212 for par- for private Christmas Cards from The Agenda for the Council meeting OFFICIAL SALE Slaridge, Gerid Claridge, William Swan-' modio, Mstr Ernest Colimodio, Mrs Sailing every two weeks. i}
26.2.50—2n, vour friends No previous experience | DeXt Friday is as follows: ] | son, Virginia Swanson Suzan Swanson, Maria Munez, Mrs. Bertha Kamnitzer NEW YORK SERVICE 4
| ne y ti ; 1. Minutes. . Gilbert Yvonett, Francis Boyle, William Mv. Join Lee, Mr. Julio Sanchez-Vegas, rn ;
RIC WATER HEATERS—8 yin aa Write today for beautiful free | 2 Correspondence | BARBADOS | Fonane Mrs. Katherine Sanchez-Vergas Sails Arrives ;
gin. No longer a ‘uxury ample Book to Britain's largest and |3 Receive Annual Report and Financial | !N THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL | 5, La Guaira—Maria ‘Teresa Sala- For St. Licia—Miss Mildred Charles New York Barbados i
ity in the modern home. Insn¢ fneinost Publishers; highest commission Statement for 1949 season \ (Equitable Jurisdiction) yaa Ridbman Godra Rishman. Miss Marie L'Archer, Miss Minnie Wells 8.8. “BYFJORD” +» February 24th: March 5th. et
in our Ironmongery and Hardy .| Marvellous money making opporiunit 4. Consider three schemes for insurance | CARNETTA HOLDFR — Pj intiff vl bert Tew Olga Miss Mona Niles Mrs. Marie Forbes. is
239. BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE Jcnes, Williams & Co Dept. 1 A of players during the 1950 seaso ip ’ Orlando Riebman, ee ees “ For Jamaica—Mr. Samuel Roland- a)
FACTORY LTD. Works, Preston, England’ 2° Victoria]; Geneny! Business, ETHELINDA ODESSA BLANCHE SMITH ote ere Sena r ye i Smith NEW ORLEANS SERVICE : te
25.2.50—3» , S. COPPIN, Defendant wae ey an one Pay, For Grenada—Mr. Harold Cox, Mi Sais Arrives
Hony Secretary, B.A FA NOTICE is hereby given that by vir Ww illiam Fraser, Mary Atal Branch, Elaine Tudor, Mr, Alexander Glen, M mir gs i ® New Orieons Rarbades i
NOTICE 28.2,50—4n Of Area Order of the Assistant Court) , From Antigua—Reginald hens. iar. Gooden lie mice S.S. “ALCOA ROAMER . February ath February 28rd ;
K nnn | Of Appeal dated the twenty fourth day o; | {ona Gunthorpe, Colin een aaa win. ie. ienovin sean erie ae ne 8.8. “ALCOA RUNNER". Feb. 22nd Mareh 4th,
U . y . y 4 Y \ Wilki Rernard Wilk ie, James chrie, Win, Mr. 2 8 phes. ee b
rm Sealed tenders, aetst CHURCH LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE [io the newer trail Be Set up for eal: | Wilkie, Bernard Wilkie, James Fer Antigua Mt Theodore Gittens
ARRIER PUPPIES—Parents from Ene- | versee mR Fon’? om the en- the Clerk of the Agsistent Got Cf! from St. Lucla~Dorothy Meffat. hrs Ida Manson, Dr. Frank Manso Apply: DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—Canadian Service.
| Pack. Excellent, hunting or Watch will be reveived by me, at the Chpiet | _.THE application of Prince Callender Appeal at the Court Wecce Bridgetown Andrew Moffat, Simon Mendes, An- Mrs, Elsa Mitchell, Mr. Trevor Fox ROBERT THOM LTD.-—-New York and Gulf Service.
Dial 91-74. 28 .23.50—6n Church Almshouse, css ‘a ae of Tuy St. Michael, for permission to between the hours of 12 (noon ane’ ; | thony Gloumeau, Maurice Garel, Albert For St. Kitts—Mr. Low, a
Wednesday, ath March 1950, f lieg | 5@44 Spirits, Malt Liquors, &e at a bearc o'clock in the afternoon on Friday ihe
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Firstly all trae ert 1980— TAKE NOTICE

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required : E. A. MeLEOD, B of land situate at Superlative in the LA TEST Alter ALS
from time to time, for 4 period of »ne Police Magistrate Te Said —_ of Saint George and Island \

‘ y m i 4 = iG f $ ‘ s ufonese conta ‘ asur

Two (2) pure bred Alaetians on commenring on 25th March, PRINCE CALLENDE! aid containing by admeasurement

weeks old. Ring 4144, Mrs. C’. H.

Each Applicant ee roods be the same more or les
oo i st s' i 7 an butting ; ’
» John. Between 9 #.im. & 12.30 p.m ener, from two (a) mepaust submit N.B.—This application will be consid: aa Tae on ee es Pa gery a
t - 26.2.50—2n. persons willing to become bo: nal ith t ered at a, Licensing Court to be held East on the publit. ond. on ale Re
Rsuq | Successful tenderer for the we peste me | Polce Court, Dist. “A” on. Thurscay on lands now or late of C, Holder and
RELIABLE RIDING HOR rmel one oth a . ‘ ‘clock .
SES. | ance of the contract. me! ‘he 9th day of March 1950 at 11 o'clock
broken prices $300, $360. Ring

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The approximate quantity of milk ree 4° ? er Fairview Plantation or however else the S E
Proverbs & Co., Ltd. , | Wired is 4,000 pints per month and the | Police sbatacae Din An | Saae may butt and bound. wee
23.2.50—e.0.d.—1w Board reserves the right to accept the 28.2.50—th a _™ Secondly all that certain piece or par LTD
1] tender of more than one person for the} ~~'"_* cel of land also situate at Superlative | BRITISH co., .
euaply of ie Whole quarkity or any i Me as ponieh of Saint George anc }
Part o; Ss item. 4 i sland aforesai, containing by admeas- i
NICAL All tenderers for the supply of milk} TAKE NOTICE urement one rood be the same more | ) SPECIAL: Floor, Furniture, Linoleums, Car
CULES CARRIER CYCLES—Also | Must forward a certificate trom a duly North on Tandat ney, UnaInE on th : Wax-Polish 36c, per tin
Gualifiel Veterinary Practitioner, that the on the Beards now or late of C. Halse: me enue Seem
21 Gents and Ladies Sports Auto cattle from which the milk ic supplied on the East on the public road on ‘ihe | . . ;
x ts . 2.50—t.4 ~,| 7 free from Tuberculosis. South on lands now or late of S. Browne | a
2. a, The Board does not bind themselves | #nd on the West on lands now or ‘ate |
One lady's Raleigh Biaycle| © accept the lowest or ug tender os Fairview y intation or however else
com . E, ASHBY ; ve Same may butt a rand. : ; tion organiz:
Sndittion aw with Lent A . That UNIVARSAL INTERNATIONAL FILMS; INC.; a corporation org
tyes etc. rn Cash. nen Acting Clerk, Poor Law Guardians. ory al that certain piece or parce’ and existing under the laws of the State of Delaware, United States of Americ ANCE
i 28.2.50_2n 26.2.50—5n. and situate at Superlative in the par- having a place of business at 445 Park Avenue, New York 22, State of New Yor THE BARBADOS MU 4

-- t of Saint George and Island afore- k
i United States of America has applied for the registration of a trade par

NOTICE meet ataine by admeasurement ne | connection. with synchronized apparatus for simultaneously reproducing coordinat

: te bound te aeee th ~~ ultings light and sound effects; filme with sound, words and/or music recorded there,

" an Ss porth on! fiims withdut sound reo thereon adapted for synchronization with separ

IRONS: Do not let Electricity PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH That COLUMBIA RECORDS INC., «| lands now or late of B. ©.. B. Smith | sound, words and/or seals tien and records, films and records with sound, wo:
You. We can sell you a Box Iron The Yearwood Tenantry Road lerline corporation organized and existing under | wards the East on the Public road, |

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She hock’, irriness Antique Shop, THE Amateur Athletic Association o‘ OFFICIAL NOTICE

Barbados holds its Afnual General
1,9.49.—t.f.n. BARBADOs.

Meeting on Tuesday Feb. 28th at 8 p.m,
at the Synagogue. IN THE ASSISTANT COURT of APPEAL

jor recor 7 vith arate pict Invites Applications
i the State of Delaware, towards the South on lands now or late filme: and motion pletion ate tt ee eared aenroniation. onthe after one mo ’
28.2. .50—2n | for repairs until further police, United States of America, having | Of the Estate of D. Blackman deceased | fram’ the 280 day of February 1950 unless some person shall in the meant For the post of
eerie aerate By order of Place of business at 799 Beventh Avenue, | nd on the West on lands now or late | sive notice in duplicate to me at my offide of opposition of such reg static or e pos *
S—Usred British Colonial Stamps The Commiss#oner; 0° ** ghrweiys New York 19, State of New York, United | Of Fairview Plantation or however else The trade mark can be seen on application at my office
. oo or ee St. Joseph. | States of America has applic ° | the same may butt and bound, and ; this 27 february X Tur Cin
W Values” in singles or more, Write applied for the Dated this 27th day of February, 1950
Tome: Bourne, th Village 21, Ch. , 28.2-50—3n registration of a trade mark in con-| if not then Sold the said property wil) | H,. WILLIAMS, | Ss
Barbados. 2.2 GVvXV—X—— ee nection with Phonograph records and be set up for sale on every succeeding Registrar of Trade
NOTICE record blanks, electric Phonographs | Friday between the same hours unti | tice Mr. D. H, Alleyne, resigned
BARGAINS— Magare: Innes, sania en and the like and will be anne is sold for a sum not less than rer aa ~ Vice Mr. I Auveyne, resigned,
Gift Shop. selli ff remain- % . en o register the same after one = 2S. Y y i ee » received to
cee. nk Se —— PARISH OF ST. JOHN, manth fram the 20th day of ‘hebruge Dated this twenty fourth day of Janu: ; 17 PAYS TO Applications in person and writing will be received ip
for hot season 28.1.50—in. persons or firms dealing with the | 1280 {mies some person shall in thy] ary 1950 stinks '} A Few More. eee ) Tuesday, 14th March
3 . avers meantime give notice in duplicate to me ’. GILKEs, } Py es ;
SAFE with Combination Lock, pone afloat aa ate agua eae 2bRosition of such re Ag. Clerk of the Aqsatan Court if aie oid i ADI ERTL For particulars apply to
rements outside 3 32 x 30 i 8 - r strat e e mark can be seen oO ppeg ¥ ‘ Gi . i .
ite Fee pm aa ae 7 oe the 15th, March, 1950. R, 8. FR - on application at my office 28.1. 50—2n api * 1 ( SS C. K. BROWNE,
Archer MP Vice Parochial Treasurer St eer Dated this 27th ame 1950 di Cannon (ias Hotplates Secretary.
2 -1n , +s Tk . LIAMS, \
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amplete set Coronation Stamps,| © ee 22nd day of February 1950, I give notice N. Ireland S Ss : t Pp =
miniries, Old U.S.A. Stamps, ete’ Faree Sie © all persons having any estate, right YANKEE STADIUM Brittons Hil! runes lb 1+, B60, | = SUKS « DELICATE FABRICS
.2.50—12n. ener; jusiness. | or interest in or any lien incumbrance = ?
wae J. W. 2. MAXNARD, afteeting -All that certain piece or parce! at 8 p.m Woodbury Soap & Cream | z WHITER WHITES 4. ALL HOUSEHOLD 3
“ATES; lates— + Seeret: { land situate at Fairfie! in thr * . ‘ a f : )
Cried ust Prot Fer iperfect 38.2.50—In. | Dsih of Saint Mishoo ie this Istane SENSATION OF THE YEAR All Bran ....., reves 40 g : =
: Are containk by admeasurement twent z ea . x Bs Z * CNVRATIONED ~ and EVERY PACKET
rl re owen. ms Ae eae four thanihens four hundred and fifty KENNIE SHAMAN (The Dz Kellogg's Cornflakes 27¢ Z 3
2. NOTICE nine square feet be the same more o ESCHALOTS Fhantom) os take Z GUARANTEED
i APER. ne less abuttirg and bounding on lands nov (Phe Borrobe! ) 158% e * . a "a
act and Bromide, Glen. Cesmpare PARISH OF ST. PETER or late of one Kirton on lands of Gra ‘i wogine 4 Quaker Oats—tins 37 Z The BEST VALUE for QUANTITY, QUALITY y
With other makes on the| «mypmne iN eceived by the| ttes Plantation on the mublic Roa QUNDs
et Coreeabe’k, Suarantes. H. Keith urtdersigned wp to March oth et 108 m celled Peirfeld zeet Gare end > . . AL MAULER (ex Amateur Wel!> tins 54c 10% ozs. for 25¢
; . OE ALR ch Desel: Milk te | eae eles thi ee may butt a f weight Champ) vy SUGAR RA Pte ane app :
ey #3.2.50-e.0.4.—in the Almshouse, milk to be supplic beta "To Sing hedore me an accouh (No. 1 Contender for We ite ‘we gt Cling Peaches— tins 56c REMEMBER tha
_ in bulk. at t of their said claims with their witnesses Honaurs) 6 ROUNDS & é . ‘ 4 t--
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: ag ag hy gag gg inalsige Sh MAPPING PENS | ;
Barbados Co.o; ve Bank | the 6th day S ae in such quan-| MOTTLFY her constituted Al‘o jy Then Contact SHARPENERS : , 1
meres paid. “Se ‘ain ak mae eae time to time be ee nareby aiven ies ‘ virtue
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m Loose Teeth and Sore Milk, the probable quantity aired for) or less abutting ard beainding on lands
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PAGE EIGHT



WI. Teams In England 1900—5

The forthcoming visit of the West Indies team to England
in the summer of 1950 must at once cast our minds back to
the summer of 1900 when the first West Indies team visited
England. It is interesting to delve a little into the pages of
West Indian cricket history and discover some measure of
information about “those giants of the past” who made «he
initial move in placing West Indian cricket on the map oi
the world and who blazed a trail now being so creditably
followed by the cricketing ste~s of our present generation.

—_— Turning over the pages we ic

that prior to the visit of Mr. *%
S. Lucas’ team in 1895 the Wes.
| Indies were then qu te unknoy
| to British sportsmen. Tais +s
| proved to be so successful int



Champions
By Scorecard

NEW YORK (By M”'!
Things aren't really too bad with
boxing thece days, except that it’s

1897 teams were brought to
West Indies both by Lord Hawke
af aehtrue r riesSt Cy
It was considered after this that
cricket had made so great strides

getting so you can’t tell a cham-| that a carefully chosen We:
pion without the old standy score- ual. an Wes quite capable of
card. i «siting England and iving a
- ‘fhe Netional Boxing Board| good account of itself he iden wo
As.ociation has it that Ezzard| pened and culminated n the

visit of the first West Indies tcai
, Eng and in 1900
1900

Charie; is the ruler supreme of
all neavyweights. New York state,
Great B itain, and Jack Kearns

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cumstances
| they had to meet this was a very
| creditable performance.

H. B. G. AUSTIN

n matches piayed, five were
drawn and eight lost,
ind bearing in mind all the cir-
opponents

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and the



say it isn’t so. The Selection Committee met L
Keains is the loquacious gent} yn Trinidad in January 1900 cnc At first the tour looked very
who managea Jack Dempsey and} hic is the team they chos much like ending in failure as
Mickey Walker in their heyday.| 3. S. A. Warner “(Trinidad)| the first four matches were los!
| off the ree! but far from bein

He also is the fellow who's cur-| Captain; S. W. Sproston, G















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rently on his way back to this} Wearmond and _ Burton (Britis : . . |
country with his new champion Asada}. P. I. Cov, W. Bowr ng, the team improved day after day, _The West Indies paid their fifth of such a team to the shores of | will |
Joey Maxim. > A. Goodman and F. Hinde} 2nd at the end of the tour were vse to England in 1933 under the | England. They leave the West | |
Maxim, the good-looking Clev* | (Barbados) L. S. D’Ade, L §, | auite equal to first class cricket. Phew’ leat % r.. roe ee Indies fully conscious of the high | Re-open |
Jand,O., lad with boxing abilit: | constantine and Woods (Trini- “inal py. lone owe eee but drew the | honour and heavy responsibility
und a powde.puff wallop, sur-| jad), M. M. Kerr and a: 1506 other, England won the first | that rest upon them as ambassa-
prise.. all by kayoing Britain’s| \ivingstone (Jamaica) W. H Test at Lord’s by an innings and| dors of their countrymen who
Freddy Mills in London for the fignon (Grenada), C. A ON The year 1906 saw the Wes.) 27 runs chiefly due to the devas- |inust leave behind a reputation |
world’s lightheavyweight title Pare as "y heent) with W. c | Indies pay-ng their second visit tating bowling a W. V. Robins | that they played the game as good '
f " , Aj a , x to Eng en sos . t who took 6 for 32 in one innings. | eric s,strenuously but
Teeth And Title fock (Trinidad) as manager ro England — wee cites t oe e oe +f " ;
It was believed that Maxim, a Looking back fifty years is 7 B G, Austin, Sees wos ' Test Drawn ae } M h
cagey, fancy Dan in the ring, int to the selectors that bot! payee aoe, en ath | arc sae
couldn’t dent a hole in a lemon] trenada and St, Vincent wer eae - tt ; — cabo , 1990 The Seconda sest at Manches- I arr Sta Ss |
meringue pie with his punch. But] presented on the first West Indie contrast to one oe pa o at. was drawn, the West !naie y | Ist
he did, and it cost Mills a set of} ‘ouring team. There should b ¥ hen no batsman reache d the} ¢.euring the honours for a lead of | )
teeth and his title me means of the Selectors ex- eee et run mark, Ee ‘a single run on _ first innings. In | - m
On the good ship Queen Mary orine these avenues for talent a lata o at aaa oe is George Headley scored 169 not ae
bound for home with the crown, pecially bowling talent in which the: hs rest individue a moun " out and Barrow 105 in an innings Tommy Farr, former British |
Kearns said his boy will meet the] ve are not as correspondingly 883 runs i 29 innings, 1906 ay W': of 375 while James Langfidge took| heavyweight champion, and now 1
winner of the Lee Savold—Bruce rich as in batting three batsmen accomplish this! 7 for 56. a Brighton business man, denied 2
oodcock fight for the “Heavy- Perhaps a visit to the Cork feat i Dp, R. Jardine scored 127 out of | to-day a report from Sydney, Aus- PSS |||
& I 7 . ’e 97 . ’ ; 7 2 pa
weight Title.” “ub tournament games or an in- George Challenor scored 1,017 England's 374 and E. A. Martin- | tralia, that he is making inquiries
“For Maxim I claim the world itation to a representative Cork) j, 35 innings, L. S. Constanvine dale dismissed half the team for} about emigrating there with his Barbados Amateur
lightheavyweight title and the ‘up team would offer amp'e scope} } 995 jin 35 innings, S. G Smith | 73 wife and three children. Farr is ;
white heavyweight crown My r seeing what these islands have] 1997 jn 37 innings. S. G. Smith England won the Third Test at | reported to have written to a rela- B sae Association
boy already has beaten the be ) offer to West Indies cricket also took 116 wickets at a cost of the Oval by an innings and 1% | .ive in Sydney asking him to look OXINY SSOCTAL
heavies in America, including Sir Pelham Warner discussing} 19 3; runs each, the first time that) TÂ¥ns Thanks to a fine innings} around for an hote] for him to
avian wit : Walcot the \ ) » tean an article} " aparsgag re 7 by A. 3akewell, depu- , ;
vzard Charles and Joe Watcott, he visit of the team in an articl ghee f valet an tour-! of 107 by A. H. E i; p buy
oasis n Wisden’s Cricketers’ Almanac] ;. : oot ie — ae in tour" tising for Sutcliffe, England put To-day Farr said he had never Patron His Excellency The
The record books have it that] ‘or 1901 writes ' = : iup 312 in their Brat innings tO| heard of the man _ mentioned. Governor
Charles, not Maxim, was the win- “T will begin ‘right away ; Then came the third visit to} Which the West Indies ses ony Anyhow he had no intention of {{
ne- of their Cincinnati bout | the Americans say, by stating thi England, the famous 1923 tour reply with 100 and 195 having | jeaving Brighton. ; SCHOOL BOYS &
year ne sey are ee | SOnaines when H.B.G. Austin again cap- an sent oe te tank: tudbule's London Express Service.
. , any ng t t team nad neve : ia! e visit 0 1e es ndies to
But Kearns went on 1 hat the i tained the team. This team is : ;
‘ re D d toget vefore, that the ad te FP i 4 England in 1939 constituted their i
“ e National Boxing Asso iayed together before regarded by many as the best “ ; | ay . \ 1
Se ee mminate Charlie vere quite unaccustomed to ; ny as the best Cre visit. They did compare-| Dominica Draws Match Mh N -
ciation can nominate Charl ; see 7 Lad team that the West Indies have >'* thre “Pes et r.
the world champion, then 1 car train of three day cricket ane ever produced. They played 28 tively better in the three ests With H M S “‘Glasgow’ |
name Joe for that title, too.” \t they lost the toss on no fews matches, won 13, lost 7 and played during the tour. They lost | an | : T URNAMENT
¢ . ’ an aa ae nc out of th os ae » firs aS > ickets < « {
He said, however, that he’s} ‘than twelve ot oa a f th drew &. These figures were for fon ae by a ic _s DOMINICA, Feb. 27° SHIP 0) [

‘ rg til Maxim de-{ scventeen matches that the po all matches played but the, Loras althoug padley estab-| nie island drew two all in Foot-; bs e odes ;
willing to wath a ; W icock| ?ranme comprised, I think that iorit ” first class lished a record of being the first | “The island d M “Glasgow” ' Applications are invited from th
feats either Savold or oodcoc save aiven wilt b majority were ti class. ricketer to score a century in| ball against H.M.S. rlasgow . following far a tournament &
before claiming Joe Louis’ so-| the judgment I have given Wr ey.| This was the zenith or George Ct ste che Seat tela at (C.P.) take place at the, Mommies.
calle cant crown endorsed on all sides Of the sev fhis was the zeniti 1 o: George’ each innings of a est mate at Se ae School Stad ium on = rao ay
oe a Saad th 1t a match wi ‘ ini Challenor’s career He scored! Lord’s and the second to score | 15th and Thursday 16th Mareh

ese erg " 1.967 runs including eight cen- separate hundreds in a Test) z

5 " 2% ver oo one s: 5 S me separe fp - a \ 2 ja) Blementary Schools in the
Charles would be a pusho | turies. He was third in the first, Match twice, Sutcliffe had} B. wee adio Urban Area for the Urban
for Maxim. a ° ie class averages in England with an} *Ircady done so in 1924-25 and} Area, Elementary School

“Charles is a very moderate ta lan ft ig S | aggregate of 1,556 including five| 1929. Programme roe
: ; ’ not , 1v | é 5 € 29. a
power en net pet extead my - }centuries with an average of | The West Indies scored 277 and ib) my Schools, sa the
er, he Geciares. eg? | 51.86 runs, Hendren and Mead, 225 as against 404 for 5 wkts, de- TUCSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, +050 ountry area for: the Bars
y os . > o 7 i ? ; ia tate f » ™ Elementary School Cham
Number One : British Champ a'one being placed above him. ‘elared, (Len Hutton 196 and aoe os fA aso og ewe plonships
Kearns said Louis should oer | . George Francis and Georg: | Denis Compton 120) and 100 for | rchestra. 7.45 a.m. Genesally Speaking. - - i ih
out of retirement and fight Maxitn | John both got their hundrec | 2 wickets. | } a.m. From the Editorials. 8.10 a.m Pro- (e AD Senta cn ae ie
igh, the tle. Mei as the cumber| TONIGHT | wickets, the former taking 10:) ‘The Second Test at Mancuetes | Kira" em. Cie Dow gt Shipe in every vision
“1 regi me . cee “a " | wickets at a cost of 15.34 runs} was awn, i sc ‘awa. 12.10 p.m, News Analysis. 12.15 s ;

. oo stvle J y : 1 > ; . P 2 ae lie 5 ad) All Noviees—~i.e, those wh
one contender since his style of LONDON (By Mail) | act . latter 100 wicket.! for 7 wickets declared and 128 for | vop Tunes. 1 p.m. On the Job. 1.15 p.m. fat: ae ®> :
boxing against such a slugg°r A’'varo Nuvolini, Italy’s No. 2 ee a , . 7 ac : 16 and the West Indies 133 and | a ‘Accordeon Interlude, 12.:0 p.m, Tip have never taken part i

aes at a cost of 14.13 runs each » anc € s ‘ . cs Newsreel, 1.30 p.m. John Bull's any contest, amateur or pro
would be a great match in Amer-| bantamweight boxer, is to fight | 43 for 4 |} tadio News. < "310 p.m. Home fessional,
stogan > Danny O’Sulliv: British ban * . : Sore ., ata he W a tand. 2 p.m. The News. 2.10 p.m. a
lea ann) Sullivan, ritish ban- Test Status Big Bill Bowes gave the est| News From Britain. 2.15 p.m _Sports Re- Sethian cd epeiieation: may.)
Savold and Woodcock are hgt tamweight champion in London Indian batsmen much trouble) ‘ew.2 30 hs He Ut Oe “The News obtained from the Scavetar
ing in London, June 3 Maxim | to-day at the Harringay Stadium fhe fourth vist, m 1928 under) securing a bag of 6 for 33 in the} }!) “ies whee Daily Service. 4.15 p.m. Modern High School on reaue
meets the winner there under The fight, over 10 rounds, will} the captaincy of R. K. Nunes saw | fivst innings and playing the | he Riddle of the Sands. 4.45 p.m Mant Entries close Tuesday 7th Marca
the auspices of promoter be O’Sullivan’s last before he|the West Indies granted Tes | major part in giving England the | »artre een s p.m, lneenm) ved. 4 aos
Solomons, in September. If ects Manuel Ortiz, the Mexican, | status for the first time ir | honours for a lead on first innings 7 eT ints Speaking. 5.45 p.m ek
wins, Kearns and Solomons have} for the world title | the career in the Imperia sarcly MaePherson at the pTpeaiee Organ.
appeal be » the British Box Nuvolir v i e igt cet : a ‘ p.m. From the Third rogramme. 4
an appeal before the FiO make a| ing for more than five years 83 ¢{ ry, o Sunshine | 74m The New ard BonTas pm. Letter
in, 0ara ¢ y) Seeaaee r aug or more fan Y yea as i a a oe.” ae 15 p.m estward oO. * wette
antes matenit + two foreign srofessiona!,. wil ; , ; ix matches were ar- : i Se ae Rose Radio Newsreel
new rule permi ing “ B, re ote os 1 B = be _making his| ised and thirty of these were | The Third Test at the Oval saw | J)", peggy Ty Music, 9 p.m, The COME IN
ers to meet in os 3 ti Me a aie ” nd rt i 7 RD PORrRRCs A") first class. Of these 7 were won, | the West Indies revelling in the | Yews. 9.10 p.m. Home News from, Britain,
nag ot ay " t f 1 om Swerve: Ronee he] \o jost and 17 drawn. Five mem- | sunshine England was bowled! °.ts pitt Et ores sop 10 om ‘Exchange AN
’ fighting o1 I stopped us Fo } J ‘Y 2 P . ~ QR9 i ‘ nat ; 2 d Lig chestra. . LxCHE
ing idle He a ‘ oa ped Gu Foran Northern} pers of the team completed their | out for 352 in their first innings | ene Le ae 10.20 >.m, Pipes and Drums. D REAP
. i Zuffalo, N y I . } ‘ a « Program k
M.B.A. crown in Dultaio, Bs. ot) angie d bantam champion, in SIX/ thousand runs. F. R Martin of and scored 366 for 3 in their’ i945 p.m, Report from Britain. 1! p.m
February = coat oe Se ee eee har] Jamaica scored 1,481 runs in 47 econd innings. Len Hutton scored e News
Beshore, a fellow who 10 t two punching and toughness George ChaSenor 1,391} , %
. | 1s ge Cha enor we r et tile te deal eal tt tt 6, A3t pt SOF
a row to Lee Oma Nuff said He a 2 ade — attempts to| , 47 ‘nabeae, L. N. Constantine 1} 2 OOPS OOOTFYs OP ALSO EEL LD FPSIAE GI OE —"s
vin the Italian title, losing to}, 7 ‘ sg . .
’ 1.459 in 47 innings, and C. A.|% ¢
Guido Ferracin and Amleto Fai-| Roach 1,262 in 49 inning ‘ ® he ‘
a toa 1,262 g gs is ,
F il . FT; Place cinell, Constantine completed the | X 2 LA —_ CONOMLAL %

atts 0 O'Sullivar ha scored =e AS* | do by taking 116 wickets at} x ¥

. uf : wins ove Falcinelli and = Tine ost of 22.54 runs each and’ $ oe %

GUATEMALA, rah Cardinale, so it vould ppear| HH. ¢ Griffith 103 at a cost of | WITH . %
= s preliminary — " bp Pow that Danny wil! not be in tov] 23.68 run each is ‘
metres event at xe ntral | sreat a danger on February 2! |S
American Games here Alexis | Whe welticher however, will b " iat 3
Bloein of Curacao was Pp aced | jaminded that when meetin rey ry y
r t ’ ! »
fifth and so failed to gain a place fie. .an the Italian outboxed hin : he W eather ‘
in the semi-finals The 10,000 | 4 es ain wind
iD ates final was won by Luis Val-|°"4 then tore into his opnonent | TO-DAY {NTLCORROSIVE PAINT
a. of Cueenane in 34 mins, utting his right eye which r: Sun Rises: 6.15 a.m.
' seconas } | . 2 49 ¥
30,0 5 su‘ted in an early end of t* Sun Sets: 6.12 p.m. + ., .
_— er, ‘ > re ss Ene st
(nee ae rap. Nuvolini is also noted for Moon (Full) March 5 x The relentless Enemy of Rus
witching from a left to a right Liehting: 6.30 p.m. i% , men “ae wala ‘ 3 tog!
, WwW | “oot-forward stance Iligh Water: 1.28 a.m, 12.49 x Che Proved Protector of Iron and Steel.
Mexican on | ‘The fight will be watched by p.m. 8 GoEs FARTHEST LASTS LONGEST
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GUATEMALA, Feb. 28. ja ae February 29. Len 8 One gallon will cover 700—1,000 sq. feet, one coat.
Alberto Isaac of Mexico won) Nuvolini-O’Sullivan | figh Rainfall (Codrington) nil. %
t j “tres , y eve lw ton illing it - s Paani . ‘+4
the 100 metres swine event | will share top billing with the Yotal for Month to Yester- % Stocke. in Red, Grey and Black.
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Pedro Aviles Franco, of Mexi- | Britishe: and the American yemperature (Min.) 73.0° F. y Phone 4456 or GENTS’ VESTS
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free pistol shooting event in the} who scored g @oubtful knock N. (3 p.m.) E. * T 7 1c ) Ve ’ , ~
Central American games here }out over Don last month, On - shes 49 il ¥ s ! ] ° JERSEY NIGHTIES
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He scored 516 point Another that eceasion Cockell mis-timed hour iX [ rT) > —$2.88 each
Mexican marksman, Graf Carios| the referee’s counting and stil’ Bar ate ' 29,986 > ~P
‘ arometer (9 a.m.) 29,986; * Phone 4267. = ‘ .
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'" l • T..r,i,. U %  * c .fi*'oi. HMM n. SS. !" W7Z *""-' %  "— T **f^"w Pro.wmrr i£rt, m ion, i tchoonn Owner.' AMHOIIU, In % %  •. fiun* Sun of !" ..,< iif-it .nd ,„, iSSSTiSl 5S?IT "i u ~—* "Trodutin, roord,n.u„ film, without H.,1WZ wiw. wj y. word, uut or miuic ucortUd t.,r.,on. und. word* MuTlr m.".-^^it, ^" **ptd lor rynrfntiiMiion ith n, t>—d ,ru, B,, d^r ^nSLSms" •" %  *~ H WILLIAMS. R*tutrr of Ti.dr li.i,. —^ %  ] SHIPPING NOTICES %  Wait |,.rii , . ,.„ w rw „, 1|1 %  (ollowini .hip. ttHliart Barbadoa Coaal ftutMn H 8 Canadian challana*. MP• La Plau ft s. s 1MW. 8.8 South MounUtn M S BatanS Paola. ss E.„ IU^. City of H* Yortt. ftB PrinTllrrilaBi ^OLU^ LIQUOR LICENSE N0T7CE Tin; Bn .-.,. | ,.-,„.. r ,, ,._.. M hry. s* MI.,,,, | i rBr 1 Dn*d ihu ITih das ol >'pbniar> IBM I*: B A McLGDD. Kaq PolKO Matntnaie. D H II Tim appllrallon will Of co"*.'id%  T *l_l" u P""n OHITI to be brld I Poloa C..v !)! A on Tnur-.n.v : March IBM Bl u n ,io.u leLBOO, •""' %  *•• Maitetrat*. NOTICE i lTa.-rt Hi %  a lo inivlra or mor* Bourn.-, fiir Villaa* 31. Ch M 3 S0-3n %  fJUOAINa lli—l I IRMM! Cift Shoo, elllru( off mnalnii riMimi .. „ ,, i„ i.. ,. 4 PAJUUM OP HI TI mru-ood Tmanitt irom ^Jtar Hill to Un<. (^ PWf<*. WM 13 2 10Vi AJJ, ucnuii. ux PAMill !>P ST. JOHN ii'.K with lr.< hlndi. aab, --'.'oh. TftM 1 """ n0 ,rr h __ R S FRASr-H Par-xhial TTw.nw. St John NOTICE THli An-alayr Athknt, Aaaoc.-iu.n lUrbadoa hold. it. A|u.,.al Qtfwi | Mt-rtln, on Tuaaday Fab 3tth nt p m a. thr SviuuKiguo Mombara and Marnbara of Afflltatcriuba ai au „ intaraatad prraotu an Club, arc Invltad Subu-atption Membrr. | w niul ^ ^.. cruta Mr. "* •Vhaola /. par artmnil „. AC.KNDA Minulaa Plnanclal ajid Annual Report. Cni-r4Miinlaica KITtion nt Offlcar. TAKE NOTICE IP MrporaUo.1 orr.niwd an d r.iuinv unda. iftitjfvi.'s .-" %  K "^ SSji" "" %  * • rt-l.,.. 1 ,'' '"'H 'I' tb' iitaiiiimr u .,,.._. ,„ _. %  %  11 llll.IJAMS. BXl.Ua, „l Tr„: 31 ? OFFICIAL SALE :iARHAUOK "' >--"' -''. .' %  I "* U ""••• "i" or -rl up lr ..!• .'VV."? .?""".' "' "£• .'f j/JS 22.',"tu'U'", '*'?""•" "' ha liJoV... rand^o-r'f? %  f^wa .,?^T. r U > ' H s "Ulh. op in. .,..a ^? %  "" "' '•I"! fSlu !" .'•"' rood b. 75ippTTS;, KJ?1 """L"* and boundmii ,„, n ftorll. on land, now or Ultr nl .' .t.i. ?.^2."I %  """•• %  "> •" town-.,' x AKHIVAIS By II w I A 1 I ^ tiH-klH.. (lordon : 0 H DM. RS PMMM Kailam Kallman. John Doda Otsa A.b> Hid Yhap.cien.ani Yhap. Floranc* l" K „r Mull. Ifenr, i^rd. A ndr*^ OiriMtna. Morarbha. p> l( .i r>amyahlvii %  Ma j a m |.„,. N Patai. Jivinbha. PMa WUltam Moora o,.„ Man Real*. Edward Mayan "Trtlo Hbya., CMU> si Hill. Margaret t..trw. Aanr. rtdtM, Uuyd Vaarwood. anann, Dattd Purvey. Duk* iam Swan, •on. \irain. SW.HP..II siu, n Tmnmn Gilbert Yvonatt. Pranti. B,M %  %  iiivda.i Mi flea maid Lopei John rliv aan b a n Mr. s>d >l"-i !" %  .., s — Rprbman. Rm i r'rankltn. Maraa.rt VaMfm*. In -"". I*ir> cart .-r. rrom Antigua Reginald J Branch — lona Gunthorpr WUfcta M-m John II Wilklr Crc-ru Wm Id t l.rld-. %  CM*n M.^. Doppu, mom,. u >.W,n, I„„„. „, j^,„ ^.w^, ~.. .._ %  > %  • DPI •• I . Moore. Ja-n . „,„_ M[1 Anar ,„ tl M. Andaiaoti. Lady Alu. CoUnwta M. Prank Itegg V,. Kathr.i Begg scale 14, Anlo %  ManMunr, tin Hr.thj |fg—BMI W.. JoT.n Lee. k„ J U | 10 V. Mra Kalhermc Banc Ma T mB aa %  tan Mildred Charier, Mm |ui„e 1 Ar.her. Mia. Mlnmc Wcli r ..... M..* Mona Nile. Mr. Mprif r,.,be. e Carll i-arlnm Himth I COa> Ml' __.„ John Mm la, Mi %  Anlicua Mr Thnm.... R W 1 M^QOMal .-WN-RS .\sja,k-| VT|.i\ Tcleplio'. Ntl NOVTKAU AfSTKAUA NKH /FALAyn IJKl ItMTTED ... %  *~ A -N3 .a. UVFI M POUT PIKtt„ arhadnlaa) to arrrving at TrtnrfM about rebruag, MS-KAIPAKII. acheduled lo aall from Part Pirw Jan.iar* Tth. nurnfr Vt !" '•" %  • Raat-ty ivint t'ehruarj. %  m. t. BrlatMiiie Irlni.ti. •i TYtnidad ..U.-111 im>, "" %  • s i ""leu .m,| ^"-i-,,! ("a-e— -•dln ith iranhlpme. "h fiulau. |PMi„., Md larward IdaJtda. M HNrKS WITHY A r„ i ;,, AgantaTrinidad TA a. Co ITD AfenurUrbad.-. %  '..a-al /4f^a, Shuundup Co. 9nc BOUTBBOI M> CANADIAN •I Skip aiBVICB s %  UATOA PATRIOT' t km IMI lOft IBM hell. Mi Flank Manwi TAKE NOTICE ; ~?2gg^W£: ; r ^^^^^^p^ -Tfflgig turfs* and boundin, Kig^ST Th. !" or^ „ S£mXSiLU^ %  ay butt „,.d M b> ^ I?". " a u i M Pfopdti.. .„, .."' %  V : iUtiTJ "" """' %  ' 'At Clark ham ..no MUIM HWU. i.mnp win. MHUUL wprpV, and.or i -'"**" i*-..o>wj thmon adapted fo, I. word. ..• film, and ,o flip. .„, ,..i ", i .. %  w.i inrro.u. , in Pram any part of IM pariah to the Cemeter) N Tha Raard ol auaraUan. raaarve the riO lo convey any pauper* nn Bua If In tkair opinion that can be %  < ei-rivajrei. The Hoard of Qta-diana do not bind "icmael.-en to eoreyt taw loweal or at T.r-Jgf Slggad ". 1 CORBLW. Clarb, Board of Guardlani. ii |y,OFFICIAL NOTICE ; %  CRBADOB ,S "" *"'-> *M Ol *., .1 Mfl ,| ,, 'EaTUllafcle vmi ..it; < r BBODKB VNI GBOFTRBY WALTON AI4IW MITTA LONG of New Vrtl*IJgfA •TTLgn D .Ml .ird AI .in. i II* puimia n tg of m l-rdeIn iHI Court m the above gdlon made on the "nd da,v of Pabruary IM0, r 0 all per-om han-Wuj an. eatale. right iifuinhraaica KPaating All that c.rta.,, p„. ol land .il.it.le BJ y,i, r twitm of Katita MlrnmH ... <-Uinlng by gdmeanaretLi, four tlwumnd fm.r i.undi*. rur* •quare feet he Ihe 'a i :>a aUillmg ,j.a tn.. U iidlna on laid* .-. or lare of nne KJrUm or aetlaPUnUUon on the I%  -lied nilrrMd P.-*d gfaerOM called WavvU nowwvrr ele the aame c, bound To bring bam I of thalr mid rlainw •allh th. JooumanU -nd vnttrher*. to I twegn ire houra ol 13 %  nf Ibe Clerk of the Aan.i Aparal -I tha r..t.it Hnuae Iwidgetovin oefare the >d da% „f \ld.i I0. in nrdar UiBl MCh rlainw cording to the Mature and priority three of i f iK lively. otheiiie .uch prnon -ill >-e 1.1-erIudad from the benefit o •ha mid Daoae. and be daprlxd mug) -lleiid the uud Court day lb* 3rd day of May IMI. at I' oclgck a m wham their a-d claim -.ill l-e i.nked Given under my hand thli ol Pafaruar) IBM i v niu GODS WAY OF SALVATION MADE PLAIN i aiiiii.ii BM llolplalrs MBa r-> .1 HOIl...\t BUrWI n.*a-V I OHIIaL lirit.Nrn A. PAN h-a. GIITliN l.NAMEL PWUH why rial 'all and aag them OaaBhow.'..,. Bay Sue. NOTICE lllTUin FOR Tl| POOR OF Till PABIIR OP MIXT MKHAII i Zd dal AB_ Clerk of the Ajaulanl Ctn.rt OFFICIAL SALE • marked sJLAlatD TBMDmW In dwaakrale .-. U.e enveloa.r— TXMJBD FOft will be rarmved by Ibe Clark ol lha Veatry up to 13 o'clock noon on Mandeibe tb day of Maixh. MM, for 'hg %  iiidermentloned ruapllea In -urn qua.'IttMa aa may from Ugye U> time b* ordered far the term of aneyear < menclnd I of April next I -bI at dm i EaMi paraon termer!na; mid -end in a iHar, aaand Witt lha Tandar, auB^d tro P f aai H v qualinad perm.,* 'not bcm*. War So* "•* dlaeaawhich Bft^rjsrrAS Tg?E'l^ am -u„ lrlm )mm >>ai lad... %  %  ---%  oarpnt.p P A.P'oti. r pp i\ tin (.UT*M (oi nr ei \rrt M %  FqiiX.-Me JurWdiB ItHx I %  VI II nm-CP FKS ANCt OWTR*V WAL.TOK AJJ-KN Plmt i ft. MTTA IXING of New V % %  • .. i M qTTU r\' hernnd "J n 1 r' 1 "•* • AaaMae •.imeal dated the 33nd dav ta therewill be mt (l p for m ' •'sframt b.dda. .< '.I the Adufci" I %  ise. Bndgrtown, between rettar. aiatur wiin me lamur. ai4neo < %  tar" or II .>tbrlr lander a Cart.flra.te br a %  f ltd — Vmertnarv PrarUUor.gr dating that raitle from which the milk i >ed are free from T wb wabJ -nH Forme of tendari can be obftaineJ tha Owarari ardaai'a Omce By Order. B. C P*nM*V Clerk. St. Mk'.aer. Vmtry 31 3 J0-:n i ..i a Ad Clark of i>* Au*. -' ItHt HUM THIS is yoUB CHANCE TO SFCURE TUKSK ITKMS t*d Oerf i^, Sct^lg-g* lUialn SB -BYPJORn lAailigg every two weak* NIW lOBK -i .\ it %  ail* Ran \.. • • FMiruar^ :4'n HIW ORLFA-*g > and Glrla. and Ballerina THE BRITISH SHOE •CO., LTD. SPECIAL: Moor. Furniluri'. I.iiiuleumi. Cat Wu-Polish 34c. par tin l>> 3fc Woodbury Soap i, I All Brail 40,, KPIIOKK* rnmflakm 27c I Quaker Oalp—lint SIIVPIIP.I Ai ,. I aim rw iw iiin 5r a. C.rappt lag rrull Salad ,7| c rVachea sir I.Ill I I II II s n mums MITI'AI. LIFE A,SSI;RA\(F swan. A|)Hicaht)ii yi !h.' post of CAW \SSKU imipti r K mil:, 'jry. Brprkwltl in .....town' . .„ fcfc D I S P A v | R!M0flm/tt9PII 5tV>ls^!t-r1rtr.^t • aoiDfucmiuoo In ..I 4514 II... .!•• 8 %  ~MAnol*p-~,£HXYMwr 0 "• Mil ,aUJi l* QUANTin OUaalTT I0i ott lor 25; I IKK that . IIIKIA HAS MAOK TO UtAL WITH DIM | An.ll.ta. ,.., a*., r „ fc uupA doM fciifr IIIUPA u.rd i„ KlMlrta Waakara (I.e. Kmll.nl .ppulta. W. 8. MONKOC a CO.. LTD IHatrllmtan ALAalM l-LOCK. AAWaWJua! IUca,.M KACaX SVNDkOArU lira mi I. flppM .. k THOUSAND. OT DOLLAJIK JUHNSON'S STATIONERY A HARDWAKt GEOMETRY SETS, MAPMNG PENS PLASTIC PENCILS SHARPENERS Etc. FklSH STOCKS CONSTANTLY ARRIVING I^DIKS' COSMETIC BAGS and PINT POWDER PUrrS iIGAHETTF. TtlBr-S PIPES VACCO FLASKS DARUrvs CONDITION POWDtR (or Honra ill In al:— COS.MOPOLITAN PHARMACY NIOaT 11-41 miCTUC SUPPLY (OKPOUATION LTD.





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H.BRLARV ;s, 15I. >lercy Killing :-.'tram .'age l -^ "breath was to. ,. the UCObnl nF \ ";ie inK3ft' "I heard .1 lou. W*m£f blood, indicating me rnr Sand* rr' %  Bmc during tlu:.., H ^^Kltose : *", to the foot of the bed and US u %  hv letx a6e m Minion %  '• >ou"" *e orow 1 Mr %  -^ me -Could you see what he w(a= MM w^ed her the syringe and ncedlf s Atfed >' Dr Sander hatl -. other statemene to her. she he would nnMis, %  fn Dr. tasder left the room. "I went off to dose on* my chart al tha desk Xbe riru;t en i ead: nt exoired." —Reutfr. Cuban Sugar Price In Peril NEW VOHK (By Mail). A current weakness In the pi jjfCuuiiing attnbuihere 10 %  ' need of I _JMff 10 hi Etuse she must sell quickly and K l, hold oil as le i" Keep the price 1 %  Mm mil) ^^^^H to produo' lav, toaa %  .. mibiy that developing auti this p> dti Ow &Cfl foods ind prices 1 tocxt February will be the same m Saw. Bu fjepressui' filers, arc holding off until it becomes so -HI I' BARBADOS u\< O/fatof ctevt, ferut m* uousi can PACK THREE Old MotW, i ~o,-.y knT To the fuptoMnJ To a*T 1h* poor do£a pi* 8uT u*h*n s>w T 1W Thi cupboard u\|uit Because Th* pig u*u in Thf i*v YOU MOULDY BUMPJ.JUST L00\ YOU, •iOh/, WE 'U BF YOUR. VAlWTiMCAND f|0W I L^ UlriaTrri&Ttir JusT taT USOUA MAJORITY REDUCED 7 m rrmn pair 1 ..> making no [Yirrr Mints:<*r Herbert Morrison told in Party Jubilee Celebration % %  wiilfht 'hat they would be %  rrvpared for another %  i rather than later." ken forhaviiiK got "til tne biggest nggregctc %  OKlaM le bein %  %  i %  %  antlm i, it is. I k a fair assumption that the aearvai raa) have petted raximum." I that the Brttsh electorhanre to think before the next election vill decide to . aoaojuata %  ad not to re• %  -"tely difficult lot, which will now face i -.\iry parties" of the : aartg vote ol more than billon with only 9 seats :.it as he dona much itood to H un an I thai UUeral Intai vanltmi damaged r.abour no less than the Tones— possibly i -iii know I do not know Ilul 1 *hould like to find out "The re ..it rmniiii tor l-lt.tiil is Are lhe\ | party of progress or are ihey not? Do ruiium to move forward or do they wiah it to no Kruter ST. VALENTINE 5 DAY Sea Eggs. Flying Fish In Jamaica ...,....., a i i, n r lulu II KINGSTON. j n B y Mall) The Flaherfea Department, a informaUon thai edible ;n Millions For German Sugar FRANK Tfte Bcoi %  i atlon Adcomaitui. 136.000 aspr b) the w> knaienk'. Marshall Aid di roni the U.S., I occupM lerriMries will orovide .'ne balance, \tk sUKav cominK mainly From Ikrmosa and South America.— Wo. our latest Thai with Dearor U.S. Citrus Crop GEORGETOWN.!By Mail) British Guiana started off the year with a reduction In hci export trade by $1,302,803. FI.I Ihe first month of the ran i \ ui ports totalled S2.T42.562 ocal trade in the*e wllh **' 055 3 85 for January, 1049. Imports on the other hand One of lb* three species of showed an increase of nearly ml u agreeme edible sea eggs that are found in n"-a-million dollars, b.-i Barbadian waters and which form M > 20 *.M compared with implemented. A %  large part In Ihe dielry of Bar*'7 '2.049 for the same month """' "ill bus been placed on the badlans can be found off Ihe m 1M8 c book, and the re-.i. coast of Jamaica Nearly 24.000 tons ol ended in the Adams less than in January, 1949 wen TICS Officer has placed l>ipped. causing a reduction onuses of re-organisaorders with Barbados for a test more than SIOO.OOO in the inipmenl ,,l sea urchins am of the Colony's exports. SV JWtAjft exS-'aSn's^ol;; mat .aT'ca^'of'^n/r Sll ^"1 £" V^SM tthod shows anything like B substantial needs of a mode, i increase over last year's January community, and the A exports. A total of 24.292 cubic rnusl redouble II feet of round and hewn timber Uwaa structural ehang. valued at $35,614 was exported In Intereai both ol its m. contrast with 7.685 cubic feet of the conunun valued SI 1. 821. w 'th reaped to ihe Worki I>e981 ounces of gold went to the partniantB, Hi U.S.A. worth $46 723 bet P'eaaed to app.int „ romflighest single item on tha Inmi,,ee '" I>orts list was flour. $301,948 "R?" £ re-organiai.t.on of Ihe worth having been brought to the fgSSH Colony in Januarv. !949. .lour S#f„ ''" imports were about $33,000 than this year. 1949-50 Important Says C.S.A. Report PHE WM1940-60 I Minnelv nnpurtanl one. aayi the Report ol the Council ol the Bariwdoa Civil tioa The Kepn deeJi with Mich lubjocti as the Whitley Council. Structure and Salary and General Stfia| tiong. moult records thai the new salarv tee has been constituted, but has not yet held its first meeting. The Keport says this about Structure and S The Ml in our last repoi I ised. but the Council is satisfied that, takii.,. to consideration, thi %  iiicnt on the method of has been assimilation :iies. the 01 trapping this fish with the aim of having it applied here to boost marine food supplies R.C. Bishop Resigns After 20 Years WASHINGTON (By Mail). A rise in ihe price of citrus Ihnti in the U. S. is foree. I O^S Department of Agriculture. Ofugeg will certainly fetch more. mao now until May. bad weather nring spoiled the • rop, and de-. %  snd. asptciall> I %  m. having risen. %  aJ-S, >:i pefrult crop is the) iWtileit ft ,n,i tho ItWnt hlg] R lased to continue. G ociaty of Jasu* jwdumreceived three tin %  wi for mcir crop during this Sjar. u they did during January. 1H9—B I r .rl.d u Vdv.c.tr r..r. ( ,ndrnli KINGSTON. Jca. (By Mail) Bishop Thomas A. Emmet, head of the Koman Catholic Mission in Jamaica for the past twenty years has resigned and will be returning shortly to America. He first caine to the island in 1916 and served as Parish Priest and Headmaster of St. George s College until 1921 when he returned to e/M consecrated Bishop of Tuscania and Leopard EseapesZoo Plain . i 1 ouncil %  lary to serve up.m this Committee, Changes the conditions of ire to be considered E* !" *!^ = £*£ successor is the Very Rev. John Mclleney. S J Provincial of DO Biimlaj Yesterday 37 ant £iiSr.. ,i, 5&?* ProVin ' "' ,h denS woodlaml was set in the hope of (lush nig Maunlania Will Earn Over Sim. hdmi cnii* H i • OKLAHOMA. Monday. A buudii Marines. Police State Troopi'M and volunteers Comtn.uee under the Ch-..inshlp of the Col< l rig of Civil Set balm i. to which %  '. Praal %  n A. Vaughai mal. while planes In munication with the groin.. m „, the "ants Meat F'aetorv • jaruw flew vm cariobaan i **-**# %  _T one plane reported lighting the report hits not r (IT lailtlliflt ,fte l* 0 P? ^( %  about one mile east lished. An. %  %  """" of the fire but a search party F.C s iiurbttti.. dv iicerttiNieMii rushed to the spot failed to find It. Commi.'sion and piesented a KINGSTON. .. i. (By Mail). Citizens of Oklahoma tun indum. Hon. Sir Harold Allan, Minister out in their thousands t<> watch Tl ,h ' quaatt of Finance, is in could not afford it. Under accept without prejudice to their claim for o the methcKl ot u I on proximity of unou an increment. Imfoilun.i i the ASM] award was made, the added increment was to a bonu of officers en increment* anil i Advised Association was Legislature th of the Ada would t' ,. dealt wit) the implementation < put the / %  LaOaaa who is as we!! %  ti^ov %  dftiiWiHineiliiorlotaii aad conmoo nderr dta t ^^• %  ea lo encouragv %  %  • in the liali.. none will allow igroaioeii.'. lo arlthdraw Ihelr t* !" 8 "'..nd it is Ig". '" 1 '.' "ill i-neourage Brllons, t**"" ^nd Canadians lo pui aaaC 1 ? 1 "•'-"' %  ""' build homes III I' I Portland, th,eaeteni probably be found trampled lo '•) ..,,._ vth." o1 eueceeded in having sorvlee RecreeentaSunday motoriiu crowded -inuiion brauabl mtp lue wila r Ueae. highways and country roads lead'.<}') "' "imiler bodies in the Ing north and east from th,Lin" %  %  ' K ," %  "' ".•• "> '" In the scheme It la Intended lo coin Park Zoo from which ttw J"J AOM,„„.. ; ,.,I,ON m.n.pud eppotnted include ,hc rearing of pig,. a „d leopard rent,y imported Iron, -„-"„• %  other small stock on a very large India escaped scale for the production of ham, the 20 foot wall of its pit bacon and allied products. R.A.F. Spitfires HONO KONG. Feb.. 27. Royal Air Force Spitfire crews were standing by here today in i %  Chinese Nationalist planes attack commercial aircraft on the (jound. Spitfires are making more patrols of the Hong Kong frontier Bermuda Gets first Good Well L HA ^F. ***'l,ood drinking-wa.v-r %  fcrmuda has been ^^ %  ^water diviner brought ^^"•"i by Mr Kenneth Rob%  aifamous novelist. ^P"ae with a hazel I % %  and membt'i lug in tho ,,. When highway patr<>:into the area lo check a rumoui that the animal was seen th* 1 i k wduld ba follow..i by n stream of cars. Police bed to stt up road blocks to keep moton't* out of the area. —Reuter GOOD WHALE CATCHES CAPETOWN, Monday. Whale hunting expeditions in Nationalist planes have recently the Antarctic are going ahead of made attacks frequently on ihe chedule. Their catches amount to Chinese side of the border about 200 units dally. They —Rcfsier. would reach their tau March 10th instead of April .. scheduled end of the season. Kesler. Police Dogs LYONS, Feb.. 27. Police dogs here today began lo hunt for two bandits who shot i.nu killed M. Georges Andre, proprietor of the Durand Steel-works, whin they robbed his apartment ot 2.000,000 francs yesterday. The ring masks bound the hands and feet of Madame Andre h<*r two daughters and son-in-law ..eked the apart%  ii' finding the safe — %  eater jumping over „,—-—. . ;ind lo put I %  ,1 Mill' New \i i an' -nil in The Staff has ft ticen put into operation without prejudice Whitley Council should be mandatory rather than art\. again unable to report much pro,. .mental Whitley which has be.: and la Pert 2 of the Adams Report. An agreement has bean reached that those matters in Part 2 of the Adams Re, relate to conditions of BM be dealt with by a committee under the chairmanship of tl .• %  ijitiipointi outlined brieftj In n %  pieoared foi mittae al then lepresentalives entertain high IHK"I MISS On on pod nines sod stay home indupo—tl. -.hrn fsradol belps to relieve |rri<-iiC pains M qaickly! No dissgreaable H-down or %  Iter-dfects. SitwatisV cally-conipuuiKiNl lrM4iugrtdi.-iiu --Paradol brings fast rrl.. i hi headachr*. too. Try Paradol—the aaate KDr. Chase" is your aa DR. CHASE'S PARADOL —Qv*i Rs/iW frmn Pmm Jamaieun ihi ^^iiif: Chargee ^JRHAMPTON (Bv Mail) Patterson, 24% %  V n Ba £a ^ fw ^ %  ^' %  etssW at %  "tVC-f. Show Business HOLLYWOOD. New York's Stock Exclumge is considering \ TV programme over privately,. .1 sUtion to sell shares—Rex vurernsnded Harrison absndoiiad piaw to direct red him to take a rail—; .clures -llracl only amall cinema audience 'n Texas, home if cowboys—Hollywood u o"> stone* of golf stars, including Ben Hogan—Van Hefli is regUtering al a California university to aludy for a Matter of Arts degree. WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD. Inc. H. (,. Announcing the arrival of 1950 PRESTCOLD REFRIGERATORS 4.44 c.f. capacity See Ihe New Feature*, in ll ILL ST1 I -i. BODY, si \l.i.i> I NIT. with a .'-year (iuaranlcc Let L' eVmoMlrale thrsr al .yv....'>> ** Bread Street and llaluii UJ UA PH \KM.\t %  Build up rniiiinct wiih thti tci gui luiiag tome Minor ailment, taa be •iingcrous. If you catch nU