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n<.I III.Ill HUIIIMMIS \I)\(X\TK BATCRDA1 Jl M 7 HO Successful Athletic Sports Meet Ends NEW COTTON 10 Yards Added To Flal Race Track Kensn>gl< %  %  %  HA A A %  %  ning tin'%  %  %  %  i everybody was i hoat tor boys W the girl* 22" %  was reeaaaiured. %  %  %  odcr 16. Thorn] f 23 H neond %  :iiis i>tr %  race was run im UM I I —220 yards, though tinI fur it weir run oil a ihort ti '<'' %  The other rec.. the Trlnldadlan Agoetiii Ihe 220, b*>ys nvold record at £3 5 M Fnrnitm In Top r'orm K>"' f %  I entered — ihe two mile rrfcsOR i i III S minutr*. 33 second Che 1.000 metre K.o iiurn UtU ed the three day meet uraaafl .JKI h of form ;il M time winning only aiv. but .,i..i ly. Knowing that he is going to Helsinki later this s treat ami ing him win In tbil thorough way ond : the Trinidadlan M.itUiieu 0 Cuianesc LiddeU could Ufl en htm was if he had falh powerful last lap peclally thr last two yard), sprint, u ployed to rarry him to %  Tin-ni no i.-" Ing exact I \ what standard of will inat KaWnk, bul whoa 1 Skinner ra all his racaj In which t [•red, winning Ihe Trlnld rbo I golr.g to ll'l'ink and from the Gultme I th*l SMiuHit wilt mH bo golitx 1 II. .* thr nth'-i %  ccoptea. Bklnn and i %  whan I any i carry away the honour Of wfn%  he v i disadvantage not h better jhaa Matthieu and i thinner He arrived for U OOd daa f the meet and made a surpi'-i num in the half mil I'tTipi %  i DP r IB %  ""' turned out Thurad IJ a lUi nil left tJ ed and • iiilin.: HsStar much pain and couln the previous evening. The firsi event the I n 'Roadster 3 Speed I P. D. Pirris in 2 minutes 11 %  • %  %  Brov %  trr *:iksr .: %  '. I i %  if..' %  %  iid Intermediate tot thr J20 yard. %  i-\ %  liad on Mondnv %  man. \yostin. though %  U e mm. Im! hi LA RLE McLBOD wuuuug ttio two mile cycle rsc for "B" OlaM at Kcn.iiton Oval on Tbnr*d IT. Ihe final day of the three day A.A A n Intercolonial Athletir and Cyrlr Meeting V. Carter w* %  econd and Jnllen (TrinidadI *tbird Ktrong thii lice I Marshall. Arenei and Rouaa. The Notre Deo ra Trevor InniBi, Trotman, Mamn ai %  II .-.re wood, Agnstini. Q| %  %  ad ("1 UM visitors, banded ovei his baton after h. tome IO yard*, but tha nati regained ""' ad i lull. Too. 'tn I'.' %  ,i: fauna bandovti to Agostim who ndred, The •no long for him to catch Up with House, though, perhaps i' Notre Dame had anybody on the i but %  IIOII.II.I-" Witkham, Agostlnl would have overtaken him. The fhra nlla, Bl vast won h> Trinidad, with C A Marshall second and Grant tliini This was only the second Win by a visitor in the cycle < % %  ll. Meet %  I Agos%  as the la HI. :.. igh only i wood ><... and ratohed Itecause the track was found to be short. Gibb* won by %  id.'fn.m Sin. ivaly took second and third Thompson et ,i new tune for ..ird*. boys under 16— %  %  i.... i J QlttatM record vrhleh he made eeriu-r this wear rhetnpmn who ,s f.miv t ai a U Inoao rnuaclee, is ,i gw\ sprtntar 4 ntng. hi• ^ %  ,,,i L-HIRO V I>ougoll and %  • came third, Only two entered lor Ihe glrll over 16, 220, Hyacinth Inniss and 1 gin. After dropping Liddell In the % %  !1 I 0 .-.in this race fropi Carnuchael and Matthieu Agohtiid -t .. new Uaa 120 Yard* uoy. i.vr \% *h., h he i M I.ynI >n. ,. the 1st ,u. i TI ll no doubt that .ii. Ml bettei rompa ir ttop, i.. would havi Ustanca In for Agoktinl tl> glan i-d hail. ..ii,. i i. II., %  %  ma nd . (%  >! %  thing iik. i ti., b> seen to put m %  nrtflta al the other two day* of the meet. Be-M In 111 C M.i shall won the 2-mih Ml in :> minutes 58 2 ktlveb imiii time le i oubl that <>f Uu i bent Mr %  i rinl out and "• ID Reportei Bai M M od iv m convtnt Inib in the t*B from M. V i. %  kdad Till Ian Cartel is a fair wprintpr, but when It i distance behind a mile ,ind there happens to be an oei .i gruelling few laps. tatla. He it from the others who were lust all blown and could onl> lea bun puss without any appreeltort t<. prevent it The Iwo nnlr rvrle. Intermediate, was % % %  i %  ...lit! nrith roatai aacond and II grea third. "Flash'' at %  I : ider, but the %  In -.hen it ll lUUHU th.it Hill ol ilolborn and Put . i I U dirt n.rt i-nter this ovent %  0 had helped to uccaaaftil meeting and thanki>d the publk for the enthu slaam with which bftoy had supportod the aporti Ra also thanked the mercantile rommunlty for %  %  il %  i HII %  iii it i MI % %  *•* Miller. Sid C Ihr.Mrt Tin." I %  nu rani i I i < %  IMIUI nn.vn:v CAVE SHEPHERD & (0.. LTD. I". II. 12 & 13 Broad St. CHECK ON YOUR NEEDS UI3UIY tomtx ii. in ".'UHI $1.08 • II III TI. 1111*1.1.X %  \ in* ^iiU.a 97c. ALSO win 11 UM: I WIIIHII it ins wide at $1,15 LGPr ll Tiovor Inui** winning > inn the lonu dill r McD. Lloyd by half of a body. Lloyd who woo the mile and throe mile had not banked or ntea eoa sH and this helped defeat him. However, laalsa who earner lovmed Loiun Lynch's lit year old 440 record for boya over 16, proved himself to be grind, determined middle dssfeHMI %  Cricket Season Opens Toda) Laps Field MM uV i".mi. exdting five mile CUUM IJ whkh D In 13 minuU-s 56 I he lopped the wh of Trinidad i Kcepted In I wa* een the folly of allowing a %  eyetlsl to get too lonu 'i lead. Tlu riders, McLcod. Cartel and 0* others stayed behind as EUis tried to increase his lead. )utt watching i and banking on Elli-dropping back iftei he ha Ii. II |U T %  '•• %  . i \ t-1 %  i i i i Bai • i "•" i' %  UBM • I M (HHs lle !" %  I SM 1ARBH ift> Ov.r M 111 ActMlln.. 2nd K J..ne., 3rd M l.fil> Ttmr f.f • %  • Ii Mil l I %rll il l- n-u .( %  •I (Irani. i a i %  %  • 111 > I \l It i ,>•• Hi I i mm >T In n MVI % %  f> from page 1 pmntrta: H. B. Jordan and X-* I • I. I '-ll Ml \ I I I UMl 14 Wanderers VS. Wimivv.i. J. Lewis and T Carlton vs. Empire at CarltOl 1'inpin.f.. W. Roach and W. Han UIXKI. Y.ILP.C. VI Combermere ai Dacklai Hoad. Umpires: L H. toaefa and < BnwL Mtntal Hospital vs. PoUea %  laok Rock Umplrea <; IV ind W i'. Cable A Wirehtfi Ptckwlck led H..H. Un i : Ba> . I entr.il l t'mpires: A. Harewood 'and S Bechlea. I-.IUI. V. %  %  1-eiwaid vs. Umpires: P. Philip i mere Umpire n qiarka end Hall %  % %  Q Urrtra and hunch 3 4fi and •umps drawn .1 0 p.m 1 I'ulHu, Ind % %  %  MI> in ii i i... ni> %  . ....... Ski..WHAT'S ON TODAY Police Court* 10 00 a.m. Pi rat Dlvlalon. Inte modi Ate and Second Dlvi-ion Ori< kci matches at varloua ground— 1.30 p.m. Netball (Queen'* College Vs. Queen'College Old OliW'l at Queen's CoUoge — 448 p.m. Basketball at Y.M.P.C. Bookies Rosd~730 pm. i ,r. rvri.l n leai %  — 1 %..1 III 111 1 \KI llll HINUMOS1 £ ^>^3% Sports Window THE fast playing, ski. fid VM P.O. team are achoduled to ii. .i un iiedani ma School tonight al Basketball at the Y.M.P.C. In the other match, ifarrlnoii College Old Boys' will meet Fortress. Those latter teams are much of a muehne**, with ever u -light >n edge peihapa on the side of the Old Boys', and there will doubtless w < %  hi in thi. match. Play starts at 7.30 p.m. r A ra WEATHER REPORT YESTERDAY Rainfall from Codrlngton .02 Inch Total Rainfall for month to date: MB UM. Hlgheat Temperature 1741 T Lowest Tomperaturo: 77.(. T Wind Velocity: lfl mtlci per hour Barometer: dam} 39.904, .1 :n ) ""'-' %  TODAY Hmirlse: 6 42 a JO. Bunsat: 0 IS pm. Moon: Fir-t Quarter. 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SATURDAY, JUNE 7. 162 BARBADOS ADVOCATK I'U.I lllla.t. INDIA IN GOOD WalcottRetains POSITION Hea vyweigh t Title • Prom Page 1 Ranvhand's leg trap when he had made only three. I -i Land l,el on Hut England's let Off was only temporary, lur when Ohulam Ahmed came into the attack he quickly nude amends and in the fourth over Hutton was taught m hi* leg trap—appro— pr.alely by Ramchand. Caution had been the keynote of England's start which produi-ed 18 Tlp runs were not valuable with three full days ahead, but wickets were and India had % %  truck a vital blow. But not until 48 runs were on the board did they meet with lu-thcr success and again it want th Ahmed—Ramchand combinetion which disposed of Simpson who had batted nearly <*i> minutes fur 2J. This rate of run getting was t.vplcal of the whole day. Tor England were concerned with not giving chances and Indian bowlers were Just that bit short of length which made stroke play drngerous proposition. At this stage in the proceedings Hdzarc introduced hi* 1*K spinner Shinde for the benefit of Corapton and immediately hestruck a length. But it was not Compton who fell first. Instead it was May who played over a boll well pitched up to him and was* cioan bowled— 92 for S. hull.Hi's On Top Peter May who has already produced three quick centuries •>n beautiful wickets, had taken an hour over 16 and Indiu wero vtry much on top. They looked ii too. Their fielding was Hrst class with Gopiriath and ManJrefcaUr outstanding in the covers and Kamchand positive menace In ttia> leg trap. The wicket was. however, drying out and becoming much easier than it had been early on. But in drying out. occasional balls were beginning to pop. Prom one such Compton. playing forward to Ahmed became Ramchand'* third victim. It was a siti\-ttoii where anything might have happened. Four wickets were down for 90 and there were even visions of a follow on. But Grareney nnd Watkins who was given the benefit of the first loose bowling by Shinde brouht the game around. Never really on top of the bowling, they nevertheless defended doggudlv and slowly (he score mounted. Grave— ney reached his 50 after two and a quarter hours including one six off Shinde and seven fours. Bui Just when it looked as if Watkins would follow suit and the partnership would see England safely through the day. Ahmed struck for the fourth rime. Watkins. still two short of a half century, was out l.bw.. and : bright 11U minutes of Kvnns brought the proceedings to at close. w.i. Again The casual spectator wulkniK inln Heading-*? Cricket Ground between the lunch and tea interval on Thursday might have been pardonably excused for thinkm.; that the 1950 West Indies tour had been revived. Certainly th attempted to hit Jenkins for six before getting a prupei loo* ;il the bowler and was yard.down the wicket when Evans stumped him, and Vnuu Manned wildly at a ball from True man pi lying in his f.r*r Test for Evans to bring off %  tin*catch shrulder-high behind the wicket. Collapse Feared One feared rather than hoped that an Indlm collapse was Imminent and there want few on th." ground who exported such a recovery especially ,,s Hezar and Miinjrefcar made such a poor stari llazare's Urst run came from awl '-vaa meant to be a gaver drivr off Jenkins but which went dow;i to lone leg. and M.mjrek • was twice btaten and nearH bowled playing reckless shots at the same bowler. Or*.was reminded at this wane Of the West Indies first Test al Manchester two years ago. Admittedly there the wick, i was already wearing but the bowmen all mad* the same fault of attempting quick run getting before they had their eye In. This was just what the Indiins were doing. It was noticeable that a batsman would remain oulet for perhaps seven or eight balls and then suddenly the batwould flash and It was a* much luck a* judgment if the ball went off the middle. However. Haxare and Manirekar were not made to pav for their early indiscretions, and bv lunch when 72 runs were on the board, both hetsmen had plived some very nice shots, Manirekar being particularly severe on the slow men off his back foot. The power h* put Into his shots can be ludged by the fact that when he had reached 65 he had hit ten fours. ifuznre Opens Out llazare at llrst content to bo the silent partner opened out after lunch and runs came at more than one a minute. Hazare displayed some delightful cover drives and could not have recorded his highest score of the tour at a more appropriate moment When the score reached 201 Haure and Manjrckar had beaten the previous best Indian Test partnership of 211 by Hazare and Merchant In the 1951-52 series In India. • But they were not destined to take matters much further. At 6 o'clock and Just when it looked as though they wore set for night another Hutton bowling switch brought back Bedser, and Hasan playing for I single down the le-side edged the bail to Evans who gathered his third victim In no ur.i-ertaJn manner. Hazare had twitted nearly four and a halt hours, for his runs, and apart fropi two chances early on—both extremely difficult—he had not HI id*a mistake. If he was more subdued than Is his wont that was only natural In a batsman aeefcmi: tn regain form after a string of low scores. In his previous six innings he had totalled only 39. As so often happens In a big partnership when one man went, the other quickly followed him. Only one run had been added to the total and Manirekar gave Trueman his second wicket when he edged one Into a leg trap and Alan Watkins made a superb catch low down on his left han<< side. Manjrekar whose first century of the tour It was. w.. cheered enthusiastically all the way back to the dressing room. Gopinath came and went wit. •ut scoring and visions of a second and possibly rlnal collapse loomed up as the England bowlers admirably supported In the Hold attacked Mantri and Ramchand. But these two survived the final half hour to leave India in .i satisfactory, even if not a winning position. To bat are: Ramchand. Shinde end Ghulum Ahmed. • r rom rage 1 not Mi 1 —Charles got off to .i small lead In the Brat round as mg leftlb* body wh I drove %  hard • left to body and mi*scd a haygoasst rikht that brought a howl from the crowd. ROUND J. -Walcoit took the utfatlve In the aacono round, driving two hard left hooks to Charles bo %  ) few sec.11 ught t< .le ,m.l the crowd roarHgtl* .!"> %  ..;* in Hie round ROIM. .1. Al ri.e .t..rt "f the third round Wnlcott landed a ternfie kefl nook I then a hard right to the Jaw. Charles d) D lh> drove a loft hook tn bed] urn M> i \ and .f lha U against low Mows In the fourth bodv. Cb the law .. a right lo the head. Charles was aggressive and diove twn light 1eft< '<> Walcott. Joe landed %  n-dit to Charles jaw. Charles hit low with the left and the referee warned him again. i:m M> '. '. right hut followed with %  Mil to the body. Wileoit dm loft jabs to Coal I ra u I than a sweepii: ,rd's head Just before Ihe hell The crowd fasrsd R(H'M) ft, is,. ...„led carefully in th,. sixth roun i changed light left hooks to the body Charles drove a hard right %  .. \'. warned him against low Mow* once more. A glancing right off the head of the chullcutfer and the crowd roared. Walcnf right to the head and then a left hook to the body, than left to the body and a tight to the head. Charles held on. ROIND 7.—Walcott looked very confident and Charles looked worried. Al the start of the seventh round they excrianged hard lelta to the body. Walcott laaded two with the left h..nd and a lump appeared under ("hail*left eve Walcott drove a stiff lefl i< iaw. Exzard replied with a left to the hod> Ind the nf.-iei again warned him against low blows. They exchanged lefts to the fare. When the hell rani; bl<**i dripped from the cut under %  fin HOI \ii H. n exchanged .short rights Walcott drove a hard right to Charles' jaw. Charles landed a hard right to Walcott'l law and the crowd roared Walcott thumped a bard nght '<• Charles' back, the challenger bent and when he straightened up, Joe conned, d a hard right lo Charleschin. Walcott moved after him and Charles clinched Fans booed. Walcott drove %  light fa head and Exzard replied with gUn rights to Joe's head )ust liefora the bell. BOUND 9.Ai Uu atari Of thfl ninth round Churl... looked grim Ttnv c\*li..nged half a dozen S unches, then Charles landed n Bid loft hook to W Joe sliook his head. Charles drovu a sweeping left hook to the champion's jaw. The crowd roared. Charles connected a ham radii, then MX punches to Jo* I'd..i l*-s landed another tight ; mi Walcott ruplie.! with a right to the head that sent Exzard In %  '' %  Walcott went after Caff i ing a right then a left hook to the Jaw. Walcott landed another right Just before the bell. BOUND I*.—Walcott landed a short right to Charles body, then Charles drove four hard punches to the body at the dart of the tenth round. Walcott replied with a right to the body. Charles landed a right te Walcott'l law and the ehaniplon held on Waleott landed a light left to Charles head, opening a cut on the side of tho challenger's right eye. Charles drove a hard right to the law at the bell. ROIND 11.—Charles appeared fresh with both his cuts patched up The challenger scored a left hook to the body, then landed n swinging right high On Wakolt's haad. Joe drove a left to Charles %  .. danced away Chaise* landed i then a right to lha body Trnv boxed slowlv and carefulU not M It—They cuncasd, then both nu>ed • Tbi t*>ld them t. atari lighting Walcott landed a right lo the jaw. Action slowed to a walk Just before the bell Charles landed a terrific right to the champion a iaw. WaUott seemed hurt but walked in straight to hi* corner at tho bell KOIMI IS— Charles drove a bard Kft hook to Wale, ach .it the start of the thirteenth round The Referee wanted Charles. Walcott averted Charles 1 aitaek with lefl labt bo the head Walcott drew htoi Charles connected n stiff right to W utott*l jaw Walcott was warned by the %  lefl to Charlai 1 %  i Ch.irle-' face They tzadsd several hard %  ftoi'ND u —Chi rtai il the start of the fourteenth round He drovi ri/fht to Walcott'.-. jaw and tho champion rltxagHad Charles landed a left and a rigbl to the lira.* Walcott ounehed Charlc landed a righ| to Wal%  pie The. elmched Walcott di left hook to Ezzat't narks! misse-I with | right but scored with twj long Ufts to the body at the bell ROIND .—The referee ordered them to tight at the start of the nftcenth round Charles drove I left .in.) a rigfajl to the champion's body Blood ran from Walcott's nose Walcott drove a right to the inw and the crowd howled Joe stahl-ed two lefts to Charles' face Charles drove left and a right to Joe'a bodv Walcott replied with u right. Charles retorted with u left to the a right to the head. Charles was warned for low blows. Charles drove a long left to the jaw and the champion replied with a right. They traded blows as the bell ended the fight —T.P. St. Lucia Wins Cork Cup neat o o.. Oaanaftasaasl 'ine 5. Grenada earned their overmgh! first innings acora al ODg for two t 94 for all. Oreaham 32. T Ptl| a | Crej Mia opened their second innli.gs and at the elose of play was 150 for S. Grenada continued on Thuislaj a) the crea \>, ith (hi night score 130 for and exactly one h ir later Pierre fell victim to Ci k closing the mings for 196. Fletcher efaatad for 54. St. Luctg won" th*tronliy by ajj I IS runCnek took I : : rum In the presence of a large 1 Prod E. Dega w|ft of the acting Admli prawn led the CUD to D. F J Clarke. Captau St. Luctg Prizes wer, .,. o present.,1 t. ouUUnding pet for mere In the., series SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC Hear! Trouble caused by High Blood Pressure %  skaai saaaWii galw to faV assaatat al oaot '. aaghj aaaa'a UaasaM ti*liil W|hr lltil'in Setrfl i-liin:. 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I'M I 101 R HARBADOUiVoi Ml SITVRDAV. 'I'VE I, II'' BA^AD(5^ ADVOCATE Our Common HrrilM|(r —7 Ik. F. A. Ihrat ......l. c. w •.-. • %  w" Saturday. Junr 7, 152 William Hart Coleridge 118 AIM IMOX* A MEETING m Barbados of a branch -m. died in British Guiana in 1824. a martyr fo the cause of bringing Mhieauon and the Christinn religion lo Ihe slaveThe year If"i %  • that. the Wesleyan Chapel in Bridgetown was destroyed by n section of the white population who felt that the Mc'.indisls were unsettlinu the minds of the slaves by te.irhing them ideas of equality The Moravians fought to gel schools started for the slavepopulation. And it was a West Indian delegation . Baptists that helped to bring things lo a head in England in 1833 and finally persuaded tinI-ngli-h \<> SboUsk slavery as "rcpugnaii-. to the principles of tt Constitution and of the ChrisUan religion" The Church Strengthened In the early part of the nineteenth cenlury, the role played |,v the Anglican Church was ,,,,, ri „ohlc one. "I'lir %  • rcntur> „nd -i half the door, "f the Established churchos were closed against the hundreds of thousands of heathens by whose physical labour the Industrial structure was uphold" wrote I former Principal of Cndrington CMUtSjS, Except for the Society for th( Propagation of the Gospel, which gsvs Chrtstun instruction of the slaves on Uie Codrlncton sal it** in seooraanei with UM will of ChrtfAOBMr C'odrtngtmi, the Church of EngUuid %  bowed no sign >' bUting that the slaves possessed immortal soul-. "We cannot deny" wrote Alfred Caldlcon -thai. the vast majority of our fellow-subjects in the WSSj Indies lived In unrelieved heathenism amid the Bo-callcd 'parishes' of Jamaica. Barbados and the Leeward Islands." Hut Canning, the great English statesman who was then Leader of the House of Commons, saw the current of events ami decided to strengthen the Anglican Church in the West Indies In 1824. He realised that emancipation was inevitable and took step* to prepare the Church to play Its part in that great revolution. The West Indies was divided into two dioceses and two eminent men were chosen u. guide the Anglican Chun I> through this iTitical lime. Christopher Llpsromb was appointed BIshOB W Jamaica, with the Ilahamas and Honduras under I William Hart Coleri.lge w;i;. cWtnl < l>il ".' ' BUMdM UK) hlS diocese included the Leewan! Island 1 -. St. Vincent, Grenada, Trinidad and British Guiana The Bishops were Instructed to report on the state of the Church "particularly as relates to the slave population" and to ascertain •the best means of diffusing the bstssflts of religious instruction lo that part of the Community. To prove h profound interest in such instruction the British Government undertook to pay the administrative expenses of the two dioceses, placed the clergy under the control of the III i . ''I'd funds foi ipply of %  trdcrs." last's flrsl task was to increase the supply of clergy. Here he had lo right all over again the battle that had been waged against men like Sir to keep UM i odrtnfSOB foundation as l tool sos boys. But Coleridge's efforts were successful and in 1828 Codrington College was established as a training college for clergy and the grammar school was removed to the site where it began Us independent existhe Ixlge School. years before Coleridge came to Barbados, the Combcrmcre Charity School had been started for coloured und Negio niluren and the Central BchOO. faff poor whites. Encouraged l>\ this, the Bishop sel about the task of building schools and by the end of his episcopate, in BSStCS) of ihe disas-. trous hurricane of 1831, the*. one section destroying the caneflelds pnd estate bou s e u and the other burning down the chapels .rected by the Dissenters for the slaves. It is small wonder that ihe propiets of despair predicted that emancipation would bring disaster and that would folio* :he example of Haiti, bj i xterminating the whites and milling up a black republic. Coleridge, like his colleague in Jamaica, look up his task in the nrm conviction that his duty as a Christian B.Mwp was not to Increase the hostility between the planters and the slaves but To neal the b:*ach between these two classes through the principles of Christian fellow |Up He carefully instructed Ills clergy that they should enlist the support nnd co-operation M the planters in their work among the slaves. For him it was a mutter of .the first importance that the work of the Church should proceed In such way that it would win the number of 'schools had risen** confidence of the Negroes and from eight to eighty-throe ara/ll st the same time secure the the number of < hildrcn on thci.ll goodwill of their masters. But, roll from fkvs hundred to sevei II where a vital principle arose, thousand. He steadily incrcasffX*B he %  -.Id not agree lo any comUM number of clergy an I promssr. When thi low W M. ehurehs* and gradually th-l Ilaru. Rector of SI Lucy, was gave up such practices charged before a Court of WILLIAM HART COLKRHX-K as howling over their de.nl Mod offering fi--i it ihi-ir graves. Moreover, during ilk ve years lollowing emancipation, he Inspired the formation of twenlyIWO Friendly Societies which encouraged tin ift and self-help among its 2.574 members. All this was only part of the vast programme Coleridge set himself and. besides, he had to find time to visit the other territories of his diocese. For two I,.,:. :.-! %  !..IV. (hi:, lied Church in the West Indies had been without the services of n Bishop ind it* members, in th..words of n certain lamentation, had boon left to wander "in the wilderness us sheep without a shepherd." Coleridge worked ; %  • %  to make up for the nsstoet of the past but after eighteen years his magnificent energy began, to fail and in 1842 forced by ill-health to mile from the See. AftCl returning to England, he became tn-i WardMl i>f -St. Augustine's CoUoffQ, I'.m'erlmi v. mid held that post until his dealh in 1B49. The Reconciler The ittuatloO fating Coleridgu and Upseornb, when ton OSUM lo the West Indies, was delicate and dangerous. The Barbadian insurrection of 1816 had been followed by a revolt in British Cuiau.i in 1823 and this in turn was to be followed Liter by an even more formidable upheaval in Jamaica. Moreover, under Buxton's leadership, the al>olitlonlst campaign gathered pace and miwuentum and few seemed i gpoet that the great Issue COUld !> %  • M'ttled without vioDd bloiwtshed. It was not a huppv state of affairs, with Grand Sessions for preaching %  doss of equality to the slave-. Ci.lendge stood firmly by him and it wui largely due to his ruppnrt that thr Rector wo* eventuall* pardoned by the King. POT lie eould not accept iu> Christian doctrine the plea of line planters that it was right to maintain certain "distinctions' as "necessary to safety." Vet Coleridge hnd no desire to follow the example of the Di-Mmtcrs and incur the permanent antagonism of the planters. He was determined Dot t-> Identify himself completely with any one section. He Insisted that the Church should seek to win the support of both sections bv the thorough and earnest manner In which It did its pastoral work. The remarkable thing about Coleridge is that he succeeded in the extremely difficult role he set himself. Gradually he ltd all classes to look on the Church na the one integrating force in the island. His work In this respect did more than anyUiing else to bring about n measure of reconciliation between planter and slave and prepare them for the great change that was to come. It was mainly due to this that the far-reaching social revolution, known as the abolition of slavery, took place peacefully. His labours, like thoee of Upseornb in Jamaica, were largely responsible for the happy circumstance that emancipation in the West Indies—described as one of the turning points in the history of human progress—was carried out without any of thrwild excesses that had been mournfully prophesied ten years before. Ol It Hi:All! US SAY: hoBSMtS T hope that for the sake of the poor people the Government may appoint district inspectors who will see that people sell their goods at prices not exceeding those which are made by UM Government THEODON. Hluvk Hurhl Svlling To The Editor. The Advocate, Silt 1 am Inclined lo think that the hard living In Barbados is caused in some way by many :,Ueiln several districts shopkeepers apply their minds to robbing customers out of the wcightsand fo jhr Editor. The measures due to them. Some shopkeepers give customers the maximum weights of riflecn ounces of any article ss one pound of avoirdupois which iequivalent lo sixteen ounces. I have already seen %  shopkeeper with a pint Un pressed in at the top to prevent it from taking up the portion of fluid for which it was made to h-UI. On the other hand, hawkers who sell oranges, lime? and other fruits are not always willing to tell the prices of their orticlcs To ask one the price of bananas the answer may be "How many do you want?". When you say the amount you want, you will get whatever the hawker wants to give for the money. Some will not sell except the amount needed is stated. Theso deeds help 10 create bad living In the Island; not only done b) the town-soUert but most sellers throughout the island. I was in Christ Church parish a week ago. and saw a llsh-scllcr retailing nsh at eight cents each and vet I heard that the rfMQ price'of one was sevct UM In order to get rid of this diIhiminicn Anil Wiimir Adooescs SIN. U ill le renumbered that one of the MversJ pressing 11 ol paramount Importance which Mi. Winston Churchill bKklOd inttaB of office as Prim* Minister of Great Britain, the result of the General Election of 25th Oct.. 1*51. was UM question bow to put an end to the "cold v.ir' which threatened to flare up into actual hostilities between Great Britain and her former gallant ally and thereby pttmge the Nations Into a war. ihe like if which no i ro has witnessed ssoes Uon ol the world. As a wards thai end. Mr. Churchill proposed a meeting ol "The Big Tnrct:" — ihe Heads of UM Governments of Great Britain, Ihe cmted States of lo arriving at. a woritabb betwi %  • the three former SIIMS, whose gallantry and united bloody won Woild WD II. and thereby save thi %  other countries ot %  States of Nazi Germany, for all times. The reaction from Capitol 11 %  ) %  to Mr. Churchill's proposal, not being encouraging, he publicly declared his determination ta i icet His Excellency Joseph Stalin, whether President Truman joined him or not. Peeling Hut this Great and Slrcng Man of Our Tunes defcerved the support and encourSgi n.eni of every man and woman wi;hin the British Comilth of Nations, for his indomitable courage, and determination to try alone, If ne%  %  the world frcm | blasted into bits, and knowing th,sentiment of my fellow-countrymen and women on the subject. I sent Mr. Churchill, on the morning following the afternoon of his ibis declaration (13th November last) the following'The Bight H.mour-hle Eh r.ccr Churchill Prime Minister of England No. 10 Downing Street On behalf of the people of Dominica. B.W.I.. I send you hearty congratulations on your projectet Russian policy, which, if adopted, will save the warcnppled World the unspeakable horrors and devastation of an atomic war draw upon you and yours the blessing of Heaven, and for which. Posterity will. the more, bless and cherish your memory." Yours etc.. W. W WYI.l.IS. Ex-Journalist. NOBODY'S DIARY Monday—Being a thirsty wayfarer in the| City ut Bridgetown I approached the Italian drinking fountain just opposite the Waterworks Bui when I tried to push the cock in and the water out 1 huit my thumb. It was just as well because people with stronger thumbs than mine get a bath from the splash. I am sure the waterworks would fit a cock which does credit to this lovely oasis in the City: and there must be enough cement and masons available tu [ construct a proper cistern. While the waterworks do their stuff! the Civic Circle will no doubt plant ; some flowering shrubs in this miniature park and then someon** might be inter-, ested enough to construct some stone seats. Tuesday—The side of the Public Buildings which does nut contain the House of Assembly has three beautiful stained Class windows. As you go up on one side you read "Render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar's" and as you come down on the other "And to God the things that are God's". Upstairs another stained glass window which has been damaged commemorates the beautiful words "Unless the Lord build the House their labour is but lost that built it." On the other side there is a hideous modern structure labelled Ladies Luncheon Room or something to that effect. If there is a stained glass window hidden by this monstruosity I wouldn't be able to tell you being a stranger in those parts. Outside the Public Buildings nailed on to a shade tree is an ugly sign about cars. What is required is a neat little note saying "The samaan tree which is common in Port-of-Spain is rare in Bridgetown: this tree was planted here by . ." "Or simply a little board saying "This is not a samaan tree: though it looks like one." Wednesday—After all the heat that has been generated about electricity someone wants us to take our clothes oil or nearly all. To keep cool I suppose. Personally I wear my shirt flapping over my neatly cut blue shorts and open from top to bottom. And I know just enough aboul electricity to keep my shirt on and to be thankful for what light I gel in this island of darkness. The other night when the lights grant out my four-year-old son outclamoured Claudius with screams for "Lights." When he got light in candle form he didn't like the way the flame jumped. I can remember when it was funny to repeat the story "look at moonlight coming out of a "half-pint bottle." The way some people go off the deep end about electricity you'd think they weren't brought up on oil lamps and pressure lanterns. Ah! well. Thursday—They're on about women now. Madariaga is good about women. He quotes J. B. Morcton who published his impressions of the English West Indies in 1793 and who reproduced a local adage which went like this: "Creole Misses when scarcely ten Cock their eyes and long for men." That was a long time ago and presumably there has been some progress since then but there sure seems a lot of spade work yet to be done for women. Why not a Queen Elizabeth Home for Young Women? It's her birthday isn't it Friday—The Barbadian I would like to see written up more than any other is the one whose face lutngs painted in the House of Assembly restaurant. He is described as the Father of the Agricultural Societies. "What a good name to leave behind you." Saturday—That reminds me. Who left behind those two rusty guns up in Ihe entrance to the House of Assembly? Maylu they have a history, but at present it covered in dust. Better present them tc the Garrison Officers Mess, what! Or de tail a cleaning party in Part-one order; for gun cleaning. Have we got enough guns for an exhibition? If so we coulc cart them all up lo the Garrison anc leave them there. P.S. Little Bo-peep has lost her shee; and I know where it is^—lying on the S; James beach with its tummy open am smelling like overnight flying-fish. Kissian Manoruvrrs Conducted Off Japan TOKYO. June 6. RUSSIA is conducting naval and air man oeuvres off the northern tip of Japan, accord ing to Japanese Press report:'. Kyodo News Agency quoted the Japanese national police headquarters in Kushiro on Hockaido Island as saying that Russian warships and planes are operating oft Nemuro on the western tip of the island. It said vibrations of shells used in target practice could be felt in Japanese coastal towns and searchlights have been seen. —UP. PHOTOGRAPHS Copies of Local Photographs Which hove appeared in the Can be ordered from the . ADVOCATE STATIONERY OUR STOCK oi COLZMAN LANTERNS Includes 300 and S00 eandlepowor. lo burn on Karotcn* and Gaaolena. WE HAVE aUo l l uS llJ GASOLENE IRONS and . %  SPARE PARTS. C. S. PITCHER & CO. ph. 4472 H.M.V. RADIOGRAMS A COMPLETE RANGE OF THESE FINE RECEIVERS 3-TUBE TABLE KOHL RADIO *.*??? 6-Tt'BE TABLE MODFL R\l>IO 145 00 5-Tl'BE TABLE 11 i RADIOGRAM :7...0(i 6-TI'BE FLOOR MODEL RADIOGRAM :[30.00 6-Tl'BE FLOOR MODEL RADIOGRAM (with _,,„ Automatic Thr*e Sprtd ("hanarral 515.011 LET IS DEMONS! KATE ONE OF THE ABOVE -I l~ AND JOIN THE HUNDREDS OF SATISFIED OWNERS, &f D4 COSTA tt CO.. I ID. lilihl Weight Twffds A new shipment of 11/12 OL Woollens in slripe design—Fawn and Blue grounds.... und PARSONS GREY Prieed from $10.34 Da Costa & Co., Ltd. '•*'*'*'*'*'*'*'*'* ****'*'*',•*•,',', *,*„',-. •* '.-.',', ; -, ',-, v >">'..• -V.W.V, -,*,;• £ KEEP IN THE PINK — with a — CANADA DRY DRINK Ginfrr Ale Onmt Fin* .\,iplr K..I Sorrell Quinine Tnlc Soda Water. FRESH VRC.FTABLrN AND CELERY. Milk IMI Turkeys Mitk-l-.l (liukrii. Milk-fed Ducks in .--.,-,I Rabbits Calves Liver Calves Sweetbread*. Veal. Hams. lii:. k Fillet Steaks. NEW ARRIVALS < in.i!n..M. Ciwomel OkOM Sanborn Coffee ln.sL.nl (utTi-r Emplre CotTrc irxowid dsll*) Cube -in %  ir lelnr So*ar Smoked Kipprrs Smoked M iilil... k JYosrn Haddock I in/, n Salmon Chilled I::.:ENJOY THESE TO-DAY AND ALWAYS SHOP AT <. O II II A I I I S ^***,^*-*,*,^vw-*^',*-*,*,*,f-',*-*,*,'-'--. v



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^ .TIRIiW JUNE 7 l52 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE FIVE I iiified Trade Union Movement Urged CAVALRY >l\ll. II HAM from eage 1 The Barbados delegate empriassed the need for a social securM throughout t bean urea in order that worker, might have some i.n %  I old *.([' Mr. R. C. Tello (British Gui%  i said that at one stage of the rv%  Ing Chairman of the ference on the u.mki..g caili leader though! individually rather tha lectiv.l. He %  jtpn nd :over the apathy ot triers and their indecision as regards which ulead them, and said that one found that politician told the worker* thai tha leaders of the unions were not qualified to Wad them. He also spoke of than iinterest In classes organised for of their own benefit, and said that olt.I.T.. he waa prepared to tuin often those selected to lectu on a bombardment against it. but often arrived to And that the since hearing tha excuse and exworkers them^elve*. were absent u given by (ha Chairman, There was no co-operation he was forced to sympathise with among Ihc working class people D then efforts to surmount of Trinidad, he said,, and in hi*, rtaui obstacles and hurdles viow, Trinidad in this respt-ci was which they encounti'ir.t very backward. Every leader, ha lli<:hllht said, was In fear of losing ths Then .one high wo'kers of his union, and thev light that could not possibly pass WM n at ,0 * M ln whBl ''' without giving *>• _ ,_ . the impression that O.IM.T. adMr. C. Fernusson (Grenada* mittedjhat within its present orbrought greetmg-. from the Greganisation, work within the nada Workers Union. Caribbean would have been diftlthat they in Grenada hoped that cult because the amount of work the Conference would do someascribed to the functions of thing to the everlasing benefit of O.B.I T. was so voluminous that the West Indies aa a whole. CBITUARY Mr. (.• Q. Eeluteifl HIE dt A DETACHMENT of Mounted Polic#. under the eommsncl of Stall gargssnl Andrrion of the Royal Csnnd.au Mounted Police, "march past" the saluting baa* at the Quo* i Birthday Parade on Thur-day OBIT WBI so voluminous that %  **-ra inoies as a *n*ic. _, "' Returns To B'dot Mr. Tello I place kid thai il was well k„'„,vn Vha, it ;;.. ;,i„,o ,mji" . Socruu. -I h.v. laboured, said tha, vvhil,. undo, lb. .,.... ,iblc lo divorce entirely anv not *> "">. not lo lament, but M ui 1 Record Crated Atlenat Carnival %  ,l, v not xo mocR, not o inmeni, uin ••' %  ••* • %  • %  %  >' % %  anil OR.l.T.. labour movement from mlitics to understand the actions of they looked forward t<> a great deal itotrssor Bobert Clifton, I \' ST^\Mc7un^X^u!lh, men/' and build on it, and then of assistance, but .'lagu,.., who recant* arrived P-rfc union movement was he they would have laboured to ll wan not willBarbados—his second visit In rbu %  thought something to" be welch-rstand the probl. corned: agpeelally whan the pollW ^ Indies. lies was evolved from the Uadi i'l < ml t<> gu %  %  %  „ lie was %  knaMvn was the third SOB oi Is* I ill* ear. : %  i: i ;in P rt ii Blown ti aalr set standard in dress a* an .mien: i ortsrulturiai ha aai 'the .ti ivtv %  %  l<\ quiet bul nveslm nl %  • ice -rdlng tn him became %  ill 11 IM [ ..III He oa che .md was %  Iwajn u ads s In MOM tht BXpangc Of UN Vestries and tha Laftslatura bul MI Lntete I \ iMinpanion and • i manj %  %  In ini ling healM 1 mllad his s< tlvttvei i "' ha enIi ivoui td % %  ki %  %  friendship ha h Bjcvad Ha m n an lad lo M Cronaj and had sorrowing kdo-a Com pen sat ion Those problems concert-od each t ( Uv v.irlous territories in the 0 last (or th< i sfa) the hif to fall and allow the l.CF.T.U. 79M -Will | N > giving a sh... A daughter deepes. Utlvs lo dd their domestic WWjhWI .. .. d m stt t*MW .s h .p Wt e.e ... ^ Club Morgan to-night and ,.i the "" ", %  " %  Ml|,,us "" w *>' Globe Theatre on ihe li:ii i % % %  pen had %  Inch at times appear* t <:real Sacrifices K'lli. This magician, a M< | Wa mual be prepared to go Frenchman, is supposed to bit able Mr. (slltllstoiM' \lt>\\ I'll Union mnvrmeiit. lather than the trade union movement evolved from pol thii sreat gflawasagajl that It area he ,d The !" wpl ' **' ch all out and build'a unified trad? to hypnotise one "and then send ~ ^T„'" has brouVhl us aVeraa. Void. thln •• workmen, compensaurn. lYOrth, to be renandlM SrMlgh the per**.'W " ---' ^"'hit.o,, .. T(u ^^ l ,, UMI t( I can hardly say If we are going -"'— a ** Q"' IJ specled throughout the civilized and besides this and many othei ,,":*„% '' ' Teicenten..i | I lagsaart or haekwardu I throw :ind many of the other islanu ., hard task and it is tricks, he Is an acclaimed Arc r !" **? 1 "' "•"' %  ""K Oeneral Hospital 1 4 M out this to thoae people who are the education of the Uade union f 0r U s to make up our minds and eater, though the latter feat is ,'""''' *""!? %  .£. "''"L. 1 "*" pr !" s,on Bowen of the Gulf Oil Cot anxious to serve and to employ members — a question of pardeteimlne v.iat part we will play not on his programme for to• mled a colourfui sight when ho poffUon in Ihia island, the means of legislation and amount Importance to all the j n tht. great task." We have to nieM appeared before the Park Hci. • Mi llow ..-.wing scho. rompuMon by leglaUtlon islands—and he was glad in tha make great sacrifices which 61 e Since 14 ycra old when Robert dte, ** d ,n Io P ha V "*. ue a %  clei k n, BrtdM rather than using the machlnlatief respect to see that II had worthwhile making, so that those Clifton decided he could do a bit Riovo ' a nii %  ''•*" %  >ick and Joined the British Wtt Indl ery which bi really Milted to been urged that they would who come after u< will And a in Ihe magician line and whan winc co'o*"*''' shoes. He had Regiment m the 1914-111l War ni. d-maeralle trade unions." Mr. utilise the (acihties oRered by the foundation upon which t„ work. I he went on the stage for his school "^'d" h,m •"" *ring an served in Eg>Pt WhtTl h Tello said. Ul Ivaralty College of the West am aure thst the hardest task is pals, he has travailed In many BVenm ,, ""' s w h '** lovCT to IM rank M .Sgt. Majoi On h He obser\-ed that in Barbados Indies. the beginning, but the most of countries to perform tha matrV ma,, h lhose he *"* waring. r ct urn "'."'V'"'"^ 1" V Uta tWO thinewere a* mtegrattd The other important question all Is the maintenance of that tricks he has -nulled the kiu.. Th stalU afforded many forms hat dapartment v< because of lha paucity of neccswas the question of federation whkp [ s vs u,i,|i>hed. ' entertainment such ,.s th,. lu.ky 0!,,a L ,, ! 11" [ %  "ken which was very Important to the -tfade Ch, h*J IIhas visited Belgium. II..1', #* • whaal of fortune ..n placed on c ertain „„,„„ muVenit m uVnUfhotll Ihe Hi. pieaont aide Is a fellow O"* P'* wa l d " the Quionhardly dlffarani n the „,,,„„, who, because they were dvlUfe( lw „. l(i lllul 1Tt lht ,. s ; b ( „ ulll tt „ m m ,,,,„.,, F1 „ t ,. M( ( Weal Ind-n w..y ,.f llf. knowing U Rrtliiung to Barbados a ye. T^S!^ JfT!iL£S^SS!i -21! !^^" ? %  unie*oo we He has arranged u. act in concert • housewife and the dlfteulUee lllu hf> w< 7. h.-,t at Seawall All lnothers !/had to tie paid bet ne ild enter the the Political Movenicnl 11 nlttton Ol the win king chug peok^ pie were labelled Conmiunist Mr. Adams had said that the und urgc< i tna t there should be es depend(recdum of movement between ad %  greal deal on the growth or Inc 4a i Bndai trade unionism stnmg and powM c p Alexander, membei erful and side by side ith a poLlttcaJ inovrment which was kbour. That, he said, 1m•n aj .,n .icknowledgemeiit of the fact that these two must go side by side. to take the san MM with the Boodh .Ken to build their i %  with its achievements until such lime as we ha%*e been able to command '.of each and I tha Sub-Committee of O.H.I T„ W|thln tno ieip0 ctive territories. md a vice chairman of the Con„ A unlfled „.„,,,. unlon movcmcnt knowledge\<• t...ed ........ ..i th< f i .....-, „iont OfuneM with hard i nl that now rent, provided that their minds hlmaelf to be "pionee r of this great -Jinei labour for exceeding the ter into the were not flavoured with miy form ind im|>ortant co-onlinated and A quantity of silver ball arrived limit while riding the aulocyt e the Caribbean of politics. central body of the Caribbean during the week from Hrltish J3 on Black Itork Road Ul they shoul I He stressed the importance of Trade Union Moveinent,and Guiana. Hexible wo.xl for spars June 4 about 11.05 a.m. approach this matter with thi building up and InaUtalnlng .1 said, "I am sure that the unifi%  !" d '""" s: The same .Magistrate alto fi-l Kr.-tn.ilil ItlHtl ol I feeling that there must be a s t r0 ng pou-erful and unilied lacation %  thii movement will be There is howc.cr still a great Bast 1 aine tutfl hou i d ile ^ r c \ mi 0 f i n ,n. dlnn statesmen like Mr. G. H %  llv "'* %  > Md Other hardwood having .. licence. Tim paint valued VJO" and : toe) but growing side by side. vidual politics. Adams who have not only exfor the interior of the boats. be paid in two months or there board vali "I am not prejudiced 1 ,P0| the world 1h*t the — i^tti., t Statn man ship great as, bul have mam*tt\' w n . a % %  Imprlsonmenl with hard I laaln td %  :•' Uw OU %  %  OP |'rUIIWS Both cases were bn.ugln by C| J..1 Paint, Board Stolen *re should are doinn very good and adnunible work in the political lield n. ive up poli•.. come -solely and undividedlv into the trade union movement, I ask Ihe question—is th.it a fair request in make to poI it fair for the Held of polities i" ihe Caribbean? I say Mr. Tello Bounded a note of warning in pointing out that if 1 leaning on people who were kind to them and whose intentions were good, but politicians, they He expressed great admirewoiklng class people." Bu I tton for sUlcsirun'hip. but said he hid no admiration for politicians, mi matter how sreat such politicians might he. A -i ti.-iii.m. he said. *• not merely a politician, and he admired one who identified himself a> a *i.irM" 11 of hut country and one who was prepared te do ever>thlnc possible for the bcnclit of his colony as a whole. They In the Caribbean li irl a sreat deal of experkme With politicians. He had and Polie.I % % %  MO I 15'. I. II.ill I lit.30 pin on M .. IT, i.n \l:iv 30 ..!.-!.. it \M.III, ..f Ken lb.ii'-.-. Chi u 1 Church, repo that his botsM entered bj in unknown man be M .. in and 1.00 p.m Dl Nothing was si. lei Tinthief entered thnnniii %  open l.clio in WlndOW '"lit iii<< his escape, having behind .._. Usnng of .1 ., Ail all i>tI'l ;,, the C.il. 1 niiade BtOTC during Wad< % %  ii '" ; id SI "' s,, y nl hl Kenneth Bri.II. Letter* Of Admininl ration pendent one. Thev were facing The" trade union movement piled, and laid that there were %  iger of labourites who could also subacribe to the uuilddifferoncn between uidividual •ome da* would find themselves ing 0 f u country In the interest of groups. • lost nt sea because there h ; WOTkm g class people It was Alter explaining the position of was not some great politician on „ -^.^ movement, and he was O.K I.T.. he warned that the greetwhom to lean, nor was there any su „ delegates would realise It., cst danger which could come encouragement if they allowed iniD „ r ,. ;i n.e. ft was a movement the movement now was the the workers to Brow uo with the wmih wafi going to place in the flltratJ n f '"mmun.st lift, feeling thnt there must be some h s „ f W1 |ling trade unionists columnists into their midst, though 1 lncm something which, if wisely used, he shared Ihe denunciation of the ~ eesfld be of great Interest to nil tactics Ol labelling I" Dlincer ^ m moV ements In "'"' """ ,1 Concluding he said: "The danL^'^,,,, nt ih workir ger is that some day. there might t, !" 11 dearth of such people, or He recalled es of poiiiiu.ins "were to be adWo:. D Di ol Porhani, s. Laalue] of the Tramc Br ., baa trade anJoniat 'M* W-S fined 30 1-. ... j st.,ti "We should alwavs be prepared %  14 days or one month's init„ ,-uar.i . 1 Lnsl pollprteonment by His Worship Mr. ticiana who are only willing to C, L tValwm >e-t,il,.> t, disrupt rather than to assist In driving a motor van on Bin.* building a treat society of trade IOM a* 10 m uag P*r hour. vnioni'-n. 10 the ( nilised world." CpL Jones attuched to th' ii said that he wan in the C< Itumoiilili Kepliees —teadaj tn. on duty on lllack It-K-k Ilou,| on Allan O.llyinoi,. granted -.uldi. the Acting ClialrMarch 20 when he mm Uie van petit r .., ... (tobart ,.. man ui iu re,.lv to the various Irt-ing driven at a fast rate. He Matthias Village. Christ Church, AU "" "'"'t' 1 '' 1 "" "' "" %  %  UOM thanked th* VgriOUl Checked the s|>eed of Ihe van a. [•>•< n-l'-'il-'d the ineidinl to 1 Police He stated thai a I ased. wai removed from II I. Wai I 1 ioor\ ( f Oniii r ,i j„-.,~n# fix —C J 1. • %  .!• • >> ,.•>' %  observation* .IUHIK-II *"* vin-u ...*.va.-M .a.c |nvu "i in.vmi uri'i i*r i> %  > *1*t& !" **2^£-t SeCff ..ti^i-l^ ii rnari foi iheir remarks arvl K-W it was being dr.v/onvent hat aejfttea l earear eenfct be e* greal ... pas h-ur and the speed limit on Louisa 8 L': m iEbLk &? U U, ,"' l *.r„ r'L^, SELS* S! thit there were thatroad is 20 m.les p. Mr. D. II l NO ACCIDENTS On th< . then 11 cci dents period Tn. by Meaars. Hutclnnson & Bai ii'*id. s-ihiit'.i-, appeared f< ths petitl %  I Reno '. fa TIM "-ill of Arnold A, King ill ere no cases of mail h |hf mijVemt n i was laced Ml ,.,,.,,,,, ,,..,, .. ,. ; 80 n. ment would ie of such that it British Trade• UnjonJ^g*^ ,n ; f „,. the prttmoUon %  ,,> faellng thai UM workWhenevei then would lake Up all the lime of Whatthe *Wau}TWdlLV^.^ rtu ,tlng to th. Ol 0 ln ,,, s ^^^ thould not enter the sal these great men and we wonld received wsavnot lug | hgg %  ddldren. and said tt w— < %  %  ed ooTities. and countered that karate, and to n„d the leaden of trade unions ing from he-ven. buteonsethtog important pieces of and of the Held like losi .beep without a ahe,>vvhich; ^ had ^' !" "' .,.. %  ; „, hl t , (()lk ,,,,, |n ,.,., ilyrent,e P herd that was kind, f^fg^-SS,S^t!l£^Sb .... '"... %  (. -. %  sh..id the woraw Big dance that this danger gn£*_!lff!K iVY?~^i?: Se also urged the establishj^ CcnierWice then adjourns cnt of a COUrte Or course* In the nd a(cr wCn | n 0 cjommiltCe t \ ill'" DaW %  OH Web rith nudtera on the Agcmia. Thl %  om of UH la A rtre at I..." II. I'lantallo S< .I ,,.: % % %  \ ..t->nt HO 1 on Thursday burnt four and half acres of second crop ri|i emirs, two ,11 it ratoons, four acres of trash an live ,.< res of %  ui gre 1. lw %  pcrty ol I' <: Scab f (i I..II.I. Chnst Chinch. 5 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE i READING ROOM HOME-DRESSMAKERS ARE THRILLED WTTH -l.ul.— I 1 hn'IIV .11 %  r-l It .1 nd %  that r urged that this danger and traaVbe co BlU stage bean to struggle and light to obUin before Ihei all live lo regret it nd enjoy the respect or the emment 01 %  ^' ffOSfffc the Ihe'cmversMvCoHege of the W ;Tplen^"S2on was held lav ever iO be he.d in the P..._ „-,!, %  ^R unification of trade unions In the Indies, the Colonial n lgbt st nine o'clock. The grounds wen well lighted trade union." In Trinidad and West Indies called for a great deal mid Welfare Organ.sat !" i I %  ii.^in.i %  ~ 11 • a vsenssaan 1 1 f 2 SuOmli.' %  !" a AH. Ai<. waa>coatg %  Wfi TRY HARRISON'S FOR WEDDING GIFTS ANNIVERSARY and BIRTHDAY PRESENTS Our Stocks, all quile new. include 11 u.i 1 (,111 in nATBB n:\111: ll'i-,h Kiiivi-s and Kofk*. Tea and t'offre SpMina. Toiisl Karks. W.iilrrs. I'imdiiiH 111 S,i. .M..111U11I Braaal Bo.-inls. Silver Table Bells alc.l IMH i.io.x A \inn:iu.i:r FKumiXES (The latter with beautilul laee effect*) and 1 „„/, romp if Ihe famem 1 Mil III V II l//#. in which we have i\er 100 pieces, all diUcrent. fr*nn which \u may IIUHIMCAMAY NYLONS 3or "Sheer flight 60 (iuu^e %  15 />' H I nh Arabesque Heel in new "fCCl L'llll.llK %  Av.nliihlu m line HJlotlTt <>1 DsWfl Cloud. Il.ncitniini and Sunbrcc/c. $2.80 per pair CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10. II. 12 & 13 Broad St. versatile, lasting beauty ' FABRICS Wint pour Kotr>*.sewir.| to be I SBOsMl W.m clothei that looh BBS i millionr c cose nsl-lonoih.i.|? Thn pou w*nt -Cslsneta' 1 itifni For ihe unusual qualitf 0< i' '.* if i their kuuutr aoS rt.l.7 ol (KTurt (Was • pfu'eniofiil perfection to evor*fmm| fou rnaks OiT-drewss, .-• '.in", gown WM) chiidf tn't wear . ll wtll M UM '"•• ot your Irlcndi .I* ..,S** a -*** :+** ,c.^ t4t ^^ 9rii.il. Ctlantu timitsd, tsnoon. art u* rropr*toi$aftfm trad* Mar* 'CsMAsaT ANIAMTED OPINIONS fil Saiy* Mr. Leo King TOO CAN MMJ0M IT BUM. THE NUKEIEST TREATTo£fe The Perfection oi Conleotion MADE IN U.K. WALTERS PALM' TOFFEE LTD. PALM' WORKS. LONDON. W. 3 %  %  %  %  I %  %  a %  I %  %  %  %  %  %  JIM !MII A Full i;.ni..f of • IH IU>\ ron:niY CHOWi — Also — (HICK I IllllltS WATI:R PANS CKI.IXi.OII) KINGS ele. Seleet early from • %  II. JASON JONES & CO., LTD. AGENTS. %  %  %  %  %  I %  v.w FOR BEST RESULTS FROM YOUR STOCK USE KOS.SOI.UN MINER \l. MIXTIRE will. Vitaasln D FOR CATTLE A generial Tonfe and Appodser. Damp ihe ford snd sprinkle Mixture M it / KOSSOIIXN MINUAL MIXTIRE with VlUatln DIi Increaaa -i of i-aymg Birds and improves Ap|>ctit< and Digest Inn KOSIOUAM BLOOD MIXTIRE for RACE HORSES JU- KOSSOl I\N IOI>I/EI> SALTS KOHOUAN I-.I.I/I i. SALT LICKS KNIGHTS LTD.



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PAGR SIX BAJtBADOS ADVOCATE SATURIMV, JUNE 1, IBS* CLASSIFIED ADS. %  •I III %  < MIIIIIA I'l III l< SALES TELEPHONE 2301 IX MEM0R1AM HAIIIK: %  I %  We ml* you nm .0.1 loving face. fiX>\ an 7 • M—li AWOi NCBMBNT8 WAMIII HELP *App.v tall ifXMam tungaloev Two -BM In I OH MIK AI'TOMOTUT BULL: OIII/W' Tractor fraciitm rf UIA v Qnw Dial *i* 1. M n NUTICK Often in wtium will be Oourtaay Oarage. Wmu M Oa>e 11 Perd Prefect C IEAL KTATI PEDFORO DrjJVBeYY VANS Iff mmnlUlf dei.ver> — Co%arl*> Garage IM.1 Mia i • %  BARBADOS (O-OPERAT/Vr BANK UM1TE0. <>ini\tii uiMiAt nimc Notice M hrreBy given Out the Clrdinarr O —r al KHIIM of ihe ate**. twined Cnmpar.v will he l.e d at the Chlldrer I Goodwill League Hall, off ConaUluUen Road, on Tnurede.-. lam June. Iraki at S p m for In* following ATHXOKT— Lower Mac* lto>> %  *. Ui'hOOl. •Ur.dUif on l.a frf Bn acre of >'ii eoeitaining j bed mania, drawing dreaafc* rearr*. garage and •partoua .aid B e aatr M tight WC and Bat* M-pIv on premise* lo Mr* flladya Baal fl a In Filet aWM. •.IBaia a-owaa —..-< TBOTAaVfclaaTr Tc 1 I ih. %  ts: CM Morris CM ran S.ax-[.%  HM : „aj „..., %  .''," %  .' CAlV-VBvJh>l Veto* llhp II mnlh Id. dan* .• mllca. Pouchraana BtBRe (h red uphnWtVry Owner ilrim >n be aeeei al Courtee* Oarage M> 7 B •—I I n Car.10 In I 1 e-ve-vlng l Ova II •1TUATION Young Ri %  ingle. e-Ro\el NAT. now In Londci. a*u fond Ml until II M n-.btdo*, fcni I rppenranea. lop ta lawn art, and drl i •-'.*.. TOM SMITH CAIIfl-Onc III Tilumpn % %  ta>fl"" von %  ftr*t >*• condition Mileage v.. IMM and battery like) net* Ona ill (..in. "Right" newly pentad. eo.tdiUoa ( .llen_. CheVeee Oaraga %  IHO M -.. MIACRLLANI OUs TWTNTV-HVI: IXiliARfl eatia Bo fr.m Urdiii.i.i"! \oi as lacttnuaeitd. lion* In ' %  4 a -tar I POCKET MONEY eatii) ear >mitending .1 arw luoacflbcn RjanrrvnoN In ona m %  OTFLEMFNT vni'H iscoarr i -. %  .. IAH. irpJBlU' o-lre *••%  IT.ItMI.VW. Aaot.nl lha Balance B*tee1. a Stale"iant o( Iraonva and Eapawdllura. and ana Auditor %  Hanon Tha abova Baworl a ana] ArcounU will a* • %  pjg M I 1 frl.fL..,. \V,i To lianaaat lha Oratlnarv buifan of tha Coanpan* Br ordar of tha Banrd NOTICE Mill If M*'T"H CVClJt-Anal MO c a Baal •>nta* Twin Port RBtlng R"J* %  ilaaga IfJH D BaffBer FWBtta^aaTi. %  Wll.ll ... Arm.icATios's a^arl Bt Phi Up a Vr.tr.I EKhlbltKini mabk al lb. f m-.bamwra Brhool. will r tar.ivaal b lha >inanignad no* ilar than Monday lath Juno, IffBt Cmdldatn mil \* win of P i %  trnltanad rlriumRawn and a not laaa JBan MS yaara nor than kl'i vaara old on Uio lat Sapiambol A birth Cattlfleala mual ba forwarded with an appltcalMn^ fonv ohlamnl Iron, lha Pani %  ""*• f> %  w Bcon. > llriK to Iht \. SI Rnllip s m NO ALOW Slonawall Bungalow moana aa Banyan Baacb, Bngniop. Blacfe -. laml allchaal, with II,tW aquara %  -•< jl land loarato. 11 a aboaa praaaartj wiU bo art up por %  .. b Public Coanpatition al our OnVa, JaBaM Btroat. on Friday tin Juna. al 1 YEARWOOD BOVCB. I III I \IIOMl lHt I.iUM.l -I IHMH. irll\<> BKAMINATIONa r bo.. wlaaahU of anloruui th. arnaoi IP f) p aanBor lornt of IBM. ar BMlim BaamlnoUon will Ma hald at w Lodga Bcnaaal an ftaiwralnr Juna flat. B*flB>ni"l at IB o cMCh a m ApaHlraina naual not ba younaar than • Mgr* anal mnnlhi or oMar Ulan II -\ data of Examination i la notifi lha Maad BO* latar lhan SaO'rday Iffh aaBta ln>. mjHH IBM aaau* m parttrul ItBa rm>* anal agon af lha So Bay will Ba alliaad b, Mirataa I..r-li-l"-i unlaaa *uah faa-nuillun hna baan tubmlttad ••1 lha akova — %  On Friday lath Inet al our Of s.. |7. Hlgti Btroai:— li BBnraa Bnrbadoa Plra haauranca % %  3 FBBBfa V Ltd IB _ lew Co LM BO ,. tl Hum Raflnary Ltd • M Bnrbadoa Co-Oparativa Cotton F-tory Ltd COTTUt CATTORO CO.. Mtafigfi AUCTION UNDEB THE DIAMOND HAMMER I -.!• -t. m vitora of lha i %  na. IV,1 I r ...1 In-ii r BuH H I B* aall bv aiKtlOn Wailbui WfldB i TIIACTOBS. Maaaar-ll-ul >iaon with numaroua OaJBgB Dial al IB %  .1 r-r THA<-TOR—Ona i|) Fnm all A itii r^BMururtH Lin -i.d M-wi %  I TRUCK TIP HIST Ona I BUD IIYltHAUI-IC I Only. New-for ImDl*l **"l Courlaay NOTICE III < TION I lirHFJIY giva not) i...ir,ird lha Parochial B,,i! -nd Btrart, Hri iho placo pariin of Si ratal) < ( ... IBM •I Va.irvmr. %  aaambla uri %  ) %  \ UCKB-Or/ ill IBM Bedford Titiek. IBM Fordaon Ttuf*. Ill IB fordac* W.lh Dual Oaar ilr IBaa FUdfOfd iwX All lha abovo ar* in Wajn-Mor.ii... lha Hh day of J twtan Iho hour, of IB and I) o'clock in lha morning to alact J Vaitryman foi IhO Pariah of Bl Michael In tha plan ChnHophar Auguatua Brathwait*. da PXRCY H BURTON. Parochial TiaOiuiBi, St MMhwl ElaECTKICAL St Ulchaal win* TiitJi* VFTMC1MA' %  frJUQ p Ttua TV % %  %  f i ni -.-i T ,a ri'V.i -. Fl lF VABDf i I:IIIIKUK VAROC, Id CiirlnajBan'* VUlagc. V Mt.r... 1B.M-tn ; l. ,. Ill, MW ". I ir-i.d .>'l IKIPK St*** a %  UAVURI :i oir. ; %  NIV %  • "'•""':,", %  nad nraaaU .^uonatkla ^ %  inlM" bv % %  •Rlpi "Clar iMr'd l in* cuicrt BArnLD JOWMB. 51 CJaorgr • ii M nffj yacrs n.lbl. far hor Fhm. aaVMl JlO-BAW-Ona Upholatvivl couchai d chalra ail on catlora, Sideboard Mahog labloa. Card Ubtt, Ruih chain lirror. dining room i halrm. Bureau heat of Drawer* IN I and woodae. bxdalaad* irallr n i t. i iclnrn. larder carpet. Tread I • machine, bad • -it. Blaaa ware, and man. othan CARCY A SCOTT. iiMMI KMr-Kr RCHOOL IM'IMI FBAMtRATBOl* TO MAIM -. IKMII. I Admiaaltata lo lh* School for nr IBW-U -ill take place M iiKinOtr neat The Entrance Eaemmalton dill '.kl in IBe Sthool Hall on Friday, lath, al BOB a ra Candadatoa will ba accepted for mil *lmn who will ba not laaa than IB yaara and • monlha. nor more than IS yaara fl iwonUia an Iho I at 1—10 — Paranta/Oiiardlana muat .,( %  (. Ugta warda lo alt the eaamlnaSuch applMatk*. 'i dato o %  uBpor t ad by blrUv'baptiam carIt BhouM alao alula the arhool -ruling and muat be aoaomgenMid by %  bti-f Tmr. a a Hl rrflga lha II I O %  iO>cil i %  enU *l araBlp d ruler Light WreehIII ba an aale al the Brhool 1 Vralr ,. .mi II other acholaiiaa % % %  % %  aJaa •a aub-: .11..-' rdjaajH i e> ndiUona M M'Mi SecraU Com Shopkeeper Discharged His WorBhip Mr. H. A. TslmB. PollOB Maiistrste of District *'A WcdnesdBy dJicharfd 27-y*BJ-olu Ddon SfMle, a shopkeeprr . consideration the time of the al. leged iilfence. She said that the defendant held her by her hand • und dragged her into the room, j yet there wag no confirmation of;, that at all by the other wiineascii who were called by the prosecution. She -! M> said that she shouted • %  murder" and still no one wenl to her rescue. BOVRIL gives your meals the goodness of real BEEF Oood cooks know the value of Bovru. rich flavour makes the umplest meal tasr* sfad appetising; ; ' beefy go od fare s intakes food more nutritious Bo-ril is the ctmcmtrafd goodnen of beef. BOVRIL PUTS BEEF INTO YOtl\ SHIPPING NOTICES POST OFFICE NOTICE till MAILS ElUctivc ii:h Jun. 185J. Air Mail, will br closed al Ihe General Pol OIBce. as follows:— (t .mr, llin.f #r %  ..ii.,1.1a. lUitAbla for fruit treee Con%  i, P Hunl* at Co Lid .•"''..n. rRK SUOAB OfDTJSTBT AOBM.LLa Ihe rradlleVh.Ml.n .B.rUll. "•" aialaal I.I.IVI rianlallaa, Bl. Philip TAKE MiTlCB that wa. tha Ownere ^rov.ihtiia ol the above Act agaltl UN .id PlattUllon. In re.peet of the AgriLUIUITBI yam itu to IBM No money ha been borrowed undo lh* Agricultural Alda Art, IBBft nr Ihe iBove Act ear Doted Ihl* *th d*y ol June. ISM FOUR BQUARK BaTATaal LTD par %  R RORINSCN Managlnu Dlracur a Bt.Bg KOl'rUTJIOlJl MUTPBtBatT of all deacrlptton Owen T Allda* IIS Hoabuci. ,ret Dial SBM>. H | i i,.r Bar i %  ROPEBT I rCJl PiuBrUS. HI mil* l;..*d. |S| Vllag. ORIENTAL PALACE HC/.IXJ'L'ARTEHS FX>R Kfll'VENIKM FatOM INI11A. Mil\ J iHLON THANIS V. ML P. c. I •Tl.ii I* I* AOI NTS %  i| K <; DUTCH AIRIIHI* M a of ihe flfka „ j II UriAN HOLIDAY \ mi MONHAY Hh June IBM.BI s i -^.. Third Annual Ilfirffil BW e Damt I" Am %  T JOHN* BABY WRI LaUODg a DflCB Al IIRIII HALL, natrl.a't gJBnnaBT J i i" I Jj -l *' %  p m Under Ihe ai.'.ini .. h.-d PatioragOl Sir Cnagr und Lady Seal. %  ••Ihf Slar lluds Srhool of DA.\(l.\(i an a Arielof claim a l danoaa iMvtalcal ComodyK.nen on the I Pataj.iletc BV kind i-miai... of Col under tl* direction Of Copt Ralaon Ml r V U %  F Tht Poltee Band will auppl, the MuMc tn MI.in v tiat. ur Tho atari Bar and IHiothrmr.lt Subacilba now to the Dally Telegraph ngbUMl* leading Dally Newapaper no* "King 'a Batbadoa b Air only a few .. after publication In I ondon Con art Inn Oala. c o Advocate Co Lad aggal HepieeenUUve. Tel BUB 11 '! i t n ShakKNIOim LTD FOR in:VI HOUSES ni-NCAI.OW One ili modem fur-I ad Bungalow and PLAT at Cora: nda Worthlnga Oood aea bathing uply Ml* Alma Laahlay. N B Coral nil*, worthing*. ie;d %  fumiahed. St IIOUKE--Fully fuinialied hou t.rTerrace, for Auguat, nd Ortober Phone BJ11. INM.KOVLI I iLirbareeaHill Pot full par Mfaatei W B Ward. J |* A Som e.a a. NAVY OAHDBN* — Fully %  aatll houae. all coti."niai %  ll.xi July I" Oei-eniltet .nnable rent Jtionr UBB ( ,r .Ini I tag gagal |T,.l,ilVr II.-IM >n fl Bhup %  war Shop July 111 at the Mayfnir 11table ror Dreaamaking Hi.'.in-.-.: a etc Appl> VI1J.A -ril l-i oma etc Applv |1 gS SHe.l lo D'Arcy I OSI & I Ol Ml LOST I %  black :ind nhlle Cat Btraved from -pit-mouth/ Pn Ihe Crane roaU. ConTO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH Kl 1IHKK rERKULEM FOB u M KIM. 3TICKH Alto Sample lots of WALKING STICKS ; SOLID HRASS LOCKS All now opened by: JOHNSON'S STATIONERY 4k HARDWARE ....in %  •tall. Ilea POUB SQIABK Faetery. SI AUSTRALIA (all air) MTSTRAUA ..| (air to Panama only) | BAHAMAS BB, OUIANA BR. HONDURAS BU11MA CANADA (Direct) via T'dad CAPiAL ZONE CENTRAL AMERICA (except C.Z.) CEYLON aialn* Philip TAKF NOTlCi: lh_. I ihe abovo Plantation are about (I-III a li-an ul £1L0(B) under loi>n of tho above Act aselnit tha ..ud I'lanlation, In raapert of lha Agtl. ullural year IBM lo lBU So money haa been borrowed .tndei he Agrlcullur.l Alda Art. IBM. Art ,. h yenr lay bei u %  a, IBM KACTl'BV LTD Owner ft ROBINSON. Managing Director IBg II'UAI INDISTBt .. = B4Cl'L TIBAL BANK ACT. UhU I* lha aredllara feeldlag .aaelaily Utaa .,..,..1 Ml mi'AM Plantallaa. J ihe above Planlalton are about • %  am a loan of ftM.OOB under B IgM I'lanlation. In raape.l of the An aitural year IBM to IBB). No nvoakB* haa Boon the Agricultural *m* Dated thla tlh day ol June, IBM FOUR BQL'Alta. RBTATBe. LTD. 11.45 a.m. 2.00 p.m. 1.00 ajn 2N p.m. 9.10 am 11 45 a-m. 11 4ft a.m. U.4ft ajn. 11 46 am. II 45 a-m. 9.00 a.m. 11.45 a-m 11.45 2.00 s-m 11.45 2.00 9.00 a.m p.m .i in DESTINATION Monday Wednesday Friday Wednesday Saturday Thursdav Monday Thursday Monday Friday Monday Friday Monday Wednesday Monday Wednesday Friday HONG KONG INDONESIA MARTINIQUE MAURITIUS Mil -I <••. IMM -•" •'' %  ' II Rtl. BANK ACT. ISta Ta lha tredlter. baldlaf apaclalty IW"...I...I SILlMIOWa pelet TAKF NTOTICK. llial I. IO, BL Ihe eggj) I loan of Cacaw %  : iho proit the —id afgl A Ida i, laepert DU.'I HAYMANB FACTOMV LTD. V A IIVNOR. Attorne> NOTICE I have been aoproaehed by sojvcrul Ratepayer of St. Mieharl with the request that I offer myfttlf as a Candidate for the vacant -tat on the St. Michael's Vestry regretfullv caused by the death j| our Respected friend, the late Mi C. A. Brathwaite and have consented to place my services at their disposal. J. O. TUDOR DOMINICA DOM. REPUBLIC DUTCH GUIANA FH GUIANA (ST BRITAIN f:i'ADELOUPE 11.45 a.m. 2.00 p.m. 1.00 am. 2,00 p.m. 9.00 am 9.30 am 11.45 a.m.! 9.00 a.m 11.45 a.m. 9.00 a.m 11.4ft a.m. 2.00 p.m 9.00 a.m. 11.45 a.m 2.00 p.m 9.00 a.m {{.daSaeV MEXICO Friday Wednesday MONTSERRAT Day "UMll.ll. At'STBAXJA, van ZB ALAND LINK llllim fM A.ft R UNBI B S OIJiVVSBtTT.R'' lg echeduled ta tU from Pott Plrle May Slat. Ihrvonport I luna Ml,. Uelbouma June Ulh. Sydney I lune Stlh, Briabano July Sat, arrtving al I I .i b.idoa about Auatial eth. In addition lo general cargo Uiia vaaBet kas atriplo apoco for chilled and hard Cargo accepted on through BUla of | lading for Itnnihlpment al Trinidad to llriuah Guiana, Leeward and Wind*aid I...nda. For further parUaNlara apply— I RNBBB WtTBT B Co.. LTD.. I TBIMDAB. MV "CABIBBBXwill accept canto and paa u p g aea for Dcttnina. Antigua, Montaerral Ntv.i. St Kitti Sailing Saturday Tib June. M.V MONRKA" wilt accept cargo and poaaangera for Dominica. Antigua, Montaarrat, Navli, It. KmSalting p lHJ x l]t)l M.V. ''CACIQUE DKL CARIBF' win acopet cargo sad pas•arigeri for St. Lucia. St Vincent. Orenada. Aruba sailing Wedne.. day. lllh June. Ii Vi 1 BCBOOKBK OWNIR8' ASSOCIATION I'I %  l.am... — Tele He. 4041 to HARRISON LINE OrjTWARD FROM THE CNITatD KINOIXlal 11.45 a.m. 11.45 s.m. 2.00 p.m 11.45 a.m. 9.00 am. 11.45 ajn. 9.00 a.m. | U.45 a-m. ( 2.00 p.m. t.00 a.m. I 11.45 a.m 11.45 a.m 11.45 a.m 9.00 ;. m 11.45 am 2.00 p.m tVOO a.m 9.SO a.m. 2 00 p.m 2.SO pm. 9 SO a.m U.45 a.m 11.45 a.m Saturday Monday Friday Wednesday Friday Monday WadnffeBday Friday Monday Wednesday Friday Wednesday Friday MondayThursday Wednesday Wednesday Friday Monday Friday Monday, WtpdaaMda] IMday Monday Thursday Monday Prlday Monday Wednesday Frl.lay Moriaay Friday Thursday Saturday Monday Thursday NEW ZEALAND .. I (•H air) NEW ZEALAND (air to Panama only) PALESTINE PHILIPPINES PIIEHTO RICO ST CROIX. VI ST. THOMAS. VI ST. VINCENT SOUTH AMERICA (except Venezuela) 11.45 am 11.45 a.m. 11.45 a-m. i 11 45 a.m. 11.45 am., 2.00 p.m. 9.00 a.m. U.45 a.m. 2.00 p.m.! 9 00 a.m. [ 11.45 a.m-1 9.00 a.m.11.45 a.m. I 11.45 ajn.. U.45 a.m 2 00 p.m., 9 00 a.m : 2.30 p.m 9.SO son. U.45 a.m. 2,00 p.m. 9.00 a.m. U.45 a.m. 9.00 a.m. 2.00 p.m. 9.SO a.m. | U.45 a.m. j U.45 a.m. I U.45 ajn. I 9.00 a.m U.45 a.m 2.00 p.m 9.00 a.m. U.45 a.m U.45 a.m ; 1.00 pm 9.50 a.m 1 u .45 a m ; 9.30 a.m.1 i 2.00 p.m. I 2.80 p-nvl 2.30 p.m. 9.SO am ( U.45 a.m.; 9.SO a.m.j 9.30 a.m.i 9.SO a.m.; Monday Thursday Monday Thursday Monday Wednesday Friday Monday Wednesday. Friday Monday Friday Monday Thursday Monday Wedne-.da> Friday Thursday Saturday Monday Wednesday Friday Wednesday Friday Wednesday Saturday Monday la Wa aa tBF Monday Friday Monday Wednesday Friday Monday Thursday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Thursday S S. s s. |S s. 19 S. SELICTOR*' TRIBESMAN" INTERPRETER' EXPLORER" From .. Liverpool k Glasgow . London k M/brough . London Liverpool 17th May 1st June 9th May 23rd May 31st May .1th June 5th June 14th June HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED EJNODOII % fJgRSj S.B. "CRAFTSMAN" I'm? further Ln/ormtitlon apply to DA COSTA Fr Liverpool Ooaes In Bar badoa 3rd June 4% CO.. LTD.— AffeoU AAcoa, S*aam&hipC. 9/u. NEW YORK SERVICE. I Barbadoa May II.I NEW ORLEANS SERVICE. CANADIAN SERVICE BOt'TBBOl'ND • %  TTNDgteV' •-TIRTA.. *Ala?OA POntTBJt" -A BTKAMRB-' "A STEAMRR 1 NORTBBOUND BAILS PROM Maalreal MV lath May > u. June lMh m s Juna I4lh Juna 2BTh July ISth July Path ROBERT THOM LTD.— NEW YORK OCLF SERVICE Araiy:DA COSTA 4% CO^ LTD. CANADIAN SERVICE VENEZUELA U.45 U.45 BJR a.m 2 00 pm 9.SO am 11 45 U.45 U.45 9.00 9.30 .i pa RJB :> 03 .. n I B 11.45 a.m I i"i D in t.00 a.m U.45 2.00 ii m p 0 Thursday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Thursday Saturday Monday Thursday Wednesday Saturday Monday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Monday WednatKlay Friday Monday Friday A Hot Water Bath ItAVK A LOOK AT THI . Mernlaa Neea ar Nlahl NOW 0*i CAN BAVB All Wnlta leneral Post Offlce. 60.52. YOUR HOLIDAY All meals and IWTtBg MIBplied in your own cottage on a Q Jlet a a c hided beach with perfect bathing.; $8-50 Fr day for single parsons or $15.00 double. Apply 'Benchlands', St. James or Phone 0157. SI .5.52.—6n :J SOHK SAY . S Triare ar* no rmbaltneis O I in Barbados S J; OTHERS SAY . o Plumbing is not EmbalmX in* •; WE SAY ... Buy at least 25 one dollar V Shards In our Company. N We are erecting this o year a modern gasox lane station at our Tweedslde hendquarters In the first year of businesa we paid 5% dividends. We invite you to share in our oronts SELF-HELP ENTERPRISES LTD. Funeral Dlrecaors and I iul.riiV.-r-. Tweedslde Road. St Michael PHONES Day 3SI ROBERT A. ( Colon! i :////-v//.v.vtV/.*.v-VtV.'.v.Wt'tV'V'V. FOR SALg WO&fi I.ARKE, I'listniaster. Ta uta tarn ef a tap QIVBRBS Al Tear uu ahowraaaaa arVary Beaeenaaly Prleed FURNISH TO-DAY ITS MONBT-SAVINr. DAT' Uadataada. Bed*. Sprlnsi, LMba, .Itdtt, Pramm, ()•>•• art tlureaua. Wardrrtbc* Ciirita of Dvawar*. Waha\J.rvd. NlahS-cBalr* — TABIXfl for Dining Kllchen A Chin. Cabin* DRAV.U KIWB4M I M.'.M na.ru i. I rosing board*. Benchea. SIOOU In Wood Cab mat*. up—DBAWINfi •TIlfJlTTRX — Screen laundering i.e ar.d thfrt tuh. Hope yB0>>ej0w000C S COME ONE! N co L. S. WILSON ir\iu a i%Ra i 3 bedroom %  ,:.Li l;) .v. B Baal Estate Agent Rltd AuctioBeer offers ;• Bsaarigtiapi at the right price. On my ej ; bedr.*om biiiinalow on the sea at St. Jamct J. bunnalow al Welches on the sea. Mortgag ^ So before purchasing S4N! D'ABCY A SCOTT. | Middle Slieel. Dial 2M5. ':....-.-.-.-^.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.' %  •-•-*-•---'-•-'•"*-'-'-•-'-'-'-'-'-'%  %  '•'-'-'-'-'-'-'-" TO-DAY AT QUEEN'S rAKK THE LOYAL BBOrTHt:R3 Or THE STAB.. 1952 lailoMfi mi CARNIVAL All kind, at Amiuemeow lor Yuc ud Old IT'S BIGGER AND BETTER o ADMISSION I Adult. 1/4 i |; Chlldraa 1/IlllVT MISS R I (ini'i;\ri;nv11:inV..ii a Full Range of TOOLS ? rr NOT. win MOT t They are Obtainable at . MIII: i I:\IH.\I. KMi'imii M Corner Broad and Tudor Street* — Night 2939 ^ KEEPS ENGINE CLEANERSMOOTHER RUNNING £jSOJ EXTRA MOTOR OIL



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iarbaitoei ^f\V\W" LSTABUSHED IOSIL, ..T — %  Establishment Of Unified Trade Union Movement Urged PRICE TRADE UNIONISTS in Conference at Hastings Houw yesterday morning urged the establish meat of a unified trade union movement worthy to i>e respected throughout the civilized world by era ployer and government alike. It wos the firs* public Ml officially opened by His Kxcollencv Sir Alfred Savaee in the Lefftahrtivt Council Chamber on Wednp-d-iv and deleUSn the opportunity to put b. i once ih. problen and t in their % %  '-Triton.,. from holrtuiK the vis Kamouldi, .1 representative tr;ide union moui. n th. developed mid strength, isco Aguirro every thing in their p., 1. of nHIT '"lunilf trade unionism. Such rrivad Mr |*u the attitude of the majorm of employers i n Trinidad and Tobago, and he believed in 'he other parts of the West Indie* of OR.IT., who phice of Mr Ki.it General Sanaurv who hat not yet C H Adam* M.C.P.. CMC and Mr A P Alexander, member of the sub-committee O.R.I.T.. and President of tl Waterfront Workei Union. Trinida-I. are men of the Con!. On Thursday the confer) met at 2 o'clock in the i.ftcrn, and after Mr. Adams had expressed the thanks of the Conference to Sir George Seel for placing the Conference Room at Hastings House at their disposal Sir George replied, welcom ng the delegates. Sir George expressed the hope that their labours and whatever organisation they might set up would be inured to the benefits of agriculture aod industry in the Caribbean area, ;md more those who took part in industrv and agriculture and c.-irncd their living thereby. The first delegate to address the conference yesterday ,.ftcr Mr. Rflmouldi had presented the report of OR.IT. was Mr H Crltohlow .f British Guiana seemed to fc, I it mum for Fnthnd linid Hit: 1 as] % % %  KtB l-.ur.-nn to IB* %  'am 11. laktiik] nt-t month will be clo-ed on Wi-dur-dsy nest Jim* 11. It b*1 ot yet con< ""! (ill havs s few •-it ycur donaUuu to In" Royal B.suk of Canada. BarrlajM Bank and IBs Office of tB0 Advocate Qoal 1'J.iao on Amt. Prev. AcB $1,671 T frank Hall . on V. A W. rsrgtt-oii Tdad Tsrasio Expert '> o. Total Sl.SRl The employ thai trade in enemy. th:it it wanted to dictate to ihem. ond that ,t would the manager s desk and run then bu i;e:-Mr Marcano urged that there was need for educating the ployee and employei alike what trade unionism meant II, expressed the hop* that thconThe 1053 Cfl jerence would have a strong arvi IJWIHR effect on the oofldtti the worker* in Ihcse Hrrltorti and that the employers would A ray* | eventually open their eyes and ill <,, %  Hie co-operate with 'rade unionists m 'ward of poiM t" better the workManagement >>• ituation. and the ultimate greed to the folk Cricket Season i Opens Todav at the betterment of the -ituation of the 1. p hW Bfl "We are all one family." Mr nrcano like the 1 which when once allowed to iBrcad, will ierd fn destruction. Poverty 1 %  -..revolution and Assistance destruction, whereas trade unionHe told the Chairman 'hat they] ism o n the correct I •> fie conference could assure bring prosperity, health and betthai they were looking forter condition', not only for workward to O.K.I.T. for its assistance "rs. hut for emplover* and the in matters affecting their interest world at large and for that reason, he felt that ted (o the Intercolonial Flavour organisuhon Mr. R. Clarkfl (Barbados) said' He ttaid that there were M>mr ihat ho was very much pleased j subjects which he mi moil to see that they had assembled particularly interested in havthere with intercolonial flavour' ins discussed. The flr*t was and hojwd that the originators of, family allowances, then there the meeting would make it then waa a house purchasing scheme QU itOM to sec thai t for Marker* and freedom from of that kind r.ntinuc victimisation by private emHe said thai he had no personpluyer* and (iovernmrni l L al grievance to put up as a memirade union officials ind tr4d*„i>w ot life Barbados WoikeruDlusta. rCmon. haf tie would like Folly W ins Frontenac Cup Race Gipiv IMIB Mitchi*f I ' %  *!. sailed BBnuWuily on iimrMi.T arternoon % win thai hicta wo. '•ailUOc liio Sh, %  lorrB Bialr wcond. bj ubou: iw* mmutai. roll) also worwaj last year. The r., u wu | va muiids am. %  onditinns wrrv quile sultablr fot he S BB BU I U rron the h# m u 1 .. 1 iBBat, %  ihf Inter r — jj > % %  M quickly got awav ft. n She then went on to ovorl Oauntloas, rnvader. also 0/ the | rntermediate and Imp and Rnlnird of the D ClaM BM pm •hose boats a minute. Bert Toppln used his irood udgmenf to keep the lead. The' only other boat which stood n hanc* of overtiklnr Follv was. rtoyra Blalr Imt Moyra ifave 14 ninutes to the C boat. billing with Pert Topoln ••! -row were Desmond Blad* Ralpta MghUI. Folly, as was the, ase last yer. did not do '11 during the R H Yf* Saason, but put In .1 good net -' ormTice tn win the '''rontenac Tronhy In thU Mischief tarted 'otfHher CKwy UIOVM •Tond (tonht that she ear whip Mischief anvfimo thev tj I %  •til 1* ShrtnlaheH nestrlv 1 mln-fmd a h.lf .iheiid of M n. He ijecei p.n ulai the W. lity of family tor people in whom Inin have two or 1 illes. Mr. Critchlow pro the intercolonial eomii %  ssed thelstreM illowance* tlons. 'st Indies Mi Clarke unttd the >wtinir up of a West Indian K 1 %  ( trade unions In order that ontv tffip fumcolony might get to know thej 'gnevnn.-eo( Otbtl COkXlltl tfld Urad Ida'j that would agitate foi tl .. linI • eantassj system n MUa 1 ail DJatBhtt should lie 8 points for a win: 2 points Tor a lead on first UmBUJBJ %  1 .1 %  I %  %  Taylor Knighlvtt: g%  Stff Cot /Vow Pnul %  "> will oe yveu I ml } „ ,, „, The first Principal of .the Unl* l and '" l "'" i .i>ii( Collese of Ifae Wesl [ndii l **< %  BIX l nr. T. W. J. Taylor C U.K.. u iiv %  Tght. .ving ui hit office latei this yeiu "" v '' 1 miiinit ;.,K. inothei aopolntmonl nr. Taylor was knightM i„ I'.inhda. Honours I-1st %  %  %  ** '"'• ban*n>B fl pprliinf them of th change ,ui ois being one of two kniKhUi also meo!ii)ne ( | W01 kmen's ('..111 pensati.-i Bltd Kent l!< Mr. 1.. J. Mai.,1110. a rapresentalive of the Trinidad and Tobago VVorVi-' Council, expressed on behaif of His Council their thanks to the representative of O.R.I T. for having them at the Conference, and said that it gave them the opportunity to bring before the Conference the gnevance.i and the remedies which thev felt should be mentioned. Attitude To T.Us. He gave an instance of how some employers in Trinidad, far STARTING ON MONDAY the exciting adventure slor SLOW BOAT TO MARSKILLES by Michael lUatinis. Book jour oop* of Ihe KVt.MNG ADVOCATE NOW I chford. College v and D. Spartan at College On page B he would discu-. the matters hc.mcnt of legislation whtrh would I'M*"' had mentioned with the three be of benefit to the working! Bmpin : committees that had been tat Up, •-. f Uu coLoahH concerned. S !" B TS i .! J r Continuing, he told of his acttvHe called for a ooycott of any redl union which sprang up veinighl and who>e leadl nly Maklni powar 10 Iheo OWII erulr Mi CltTBl I "We should have un inlerchangi % %  i workers to lea ud ID ditions in othei ol.. %  h ..il it in aUtflal sufferings which %  brothei 1 undergoing." • On Page S Chief "Justice. dertng wh.n London Reports that Princess iGhulam Ahn Alice. Chancelloi of the I'nlvei %  DM tnt> r-Uri vei n 1 "urn.il an BOW considering lh<%  i| .1 -u'ceMor. nl.., %  HI Lonloo 1Mtpettea to iJamaica nexi monlh be' ing up his new appninlioeii' hich will !* %  Outaldo the West Indies !>ul *hce gall beaB DO BinoUBCBBttni >et on the nature it the Mpoiiiiment Walcott Retains Heavyweight Title i'UlLAUEI-PHlA. June ti. Jersey Joe Walcott's manager Felix Bocchicchio said that the world heavyweight champion who successfully defended his title against challenger ex-champi(.n Ezzard Charlsi las) Dlght wiih i uuisninoui farPaBtpti was willmi: to defend his crown in September against the WIIIIHT ol the proposed match between Harry Matthrv, and Ro C k\ Marciami. After that, bout Walcott will start a world tour. % %  Kb his nose like Ui nate bull m resilons WaJcotl .... %  I 1 good fight and 1 %  1 • 1 • •tl -, ed mi*ht have Hon.Inge 1.11 then h %  the 1 %  1 .<. %  %  %  roler, But oven titouflfe %  %  %  ful day nd hw .iii...l> pfuvod \\ %  BauUi \i %  'i She Austral I For m .1, 87 a %  I ( Ml. I u I 1 %  %  %  I 'd. I thought I had won be for a %  libu 4 %  %  • Euard ., Plttsbui Kit hi :. %  '., *t of thi rfht. Ikt 1 I Ing WHV '' %  ""' % %  %  %  W hal 1 led k*fl Ron ml a On rage 3 KEN FABNUM inUlea as be wins again—UUa UaM Uit 1,000 Dastrf fiom Ui Tnnidsdlan MatUuen and Lasla Oarnlchael Nslther atatthlen nor Csnaichael had it in UMD to give U>a champion real ru V \an:so\ m GO O\ Van TO BRAZIL I%  p atfr • %  • etar\ of Brazil or would v to Brsul tUrt %  %  Britain Hi I %  %  itbl American Departrnen* sp^. -ti'kinr thai IT Mm %  kel iMrtnerW'l I'M %  ml, r K.p ..f BO %  boan i-' '" M.I %  tl abled England to com* within %  Aftew Ha/are's dsrcLalflM HI thif. mornii half an hour | ast four batsmen I.ikii was alnost tHBptapeb >f 3.3 ..v. 1 W hlch iauned four wickets—two of heni Til W.itki'r. in the leg it.11 I %  Ihe I prMitif.ri in u> Ifeuss I I ..nl.lv Ike a 1 1.1 nteseasja to I r • 1 iliiui Uiat the Hou 1 Uon <>f lltitish subUi lurbpiletion ..1 in alian %  it mi •. hoe "IT r 1 ii'inii \ to arable InBBHlStencS .r1 1 inherent rights of the ,.I.I. The message ugrvw with UM . haaea in Bermudn .iguiuM eommlaalon aeciuily oasnei %  • that .uiiMid'iitni 1 osloey 1 erlmlauu la ile •puiaBshnasni to ..Li-. 1 arho eon \ IT.iieo %  lilte Hou A alati-io. %  lei Km. • :iit thai tidrib oi nr the 1 1 1 ite to put nit unl 1 Irgislo' puto %  -I ,in unliai %  I < % %  (,'r.s Workers Strike in tlaly -XL 1 an* I.. I .11111: I .it mill 1.tit WBJ called Is I I uii.st and following Mo 1 urn.in.tompan) %  %  t% %  UaM lUBM I uthei %  taould %  Phi mund Gibbons has th> supp%  if the Speaker Sir John OSBL .KiMMI Wilniaw ltirtrilu> Parade and 'i %  1 whlapct ind mi 1 : thing the host of it vee.g, %  ... 11,.. .0.1 ., tov .111 v i.M.ii ..1 than hui %  1 %  1 rjul Big Crow 11 AtBirthda> m Parade %  1 icheUn OB I %  %  Major 1>< %  r illce nod. 1 % %  1 % %  %  Ftoyal Cai .. I the Bai %  His Bscellei s.iiuie and rhoti %  he Ncond it" TBe rjeewi %  • :iven foi H< 1 M I aeddsi i .1 DP Majaekji -hr tjuean. riiere si,into an ( %  timed %  be 'tov.,: B > %  ,1 i a % %  Broken The plat 1 ndepandann up area* Trinidad fuel Han Lifted i" il; 1-or-Sl'AlN I'ne lain inipolcl %  %  %  %  %  ooutMfffnenl %  >• rnmenl ret 1 Sotretary %  %  ia)dem win 1 Jim, in RRD LEGATE TO LEAVE U.S. Unltsl Btat •hat he l x • %  %  1 %  • %  1 them With Ail.to QjBeBttSl flr/ssirr I if Is 'Serlin Blockade Ur.Kl.iN. j M >l.ilfe il ne fcede of the out! '< rlin. 1^ •he strong Unit-*l s (U-d troops roi iloeUruj the %  steinstuetken and o istf mhabiUuiU PI DM 1 If SI'AfN ibottt ". MM ajM rii %  %  1 ared .-n Port-ol I .irifl under Iho nfl urtj.iell.i ado in lion11 01 tha Qi .1 birUiny J It UB HI Bntflahj ii.irioaraxi 1 Hfai Ex1 Oovi mounted • a thi j .1 dment j 1 I ifr-Sawr (Jets Certificate >iEN >'.A lum 1. \i ..ii'ieii pn %  • %  .. %  Wt %  ..n. s tnss '<< %  "Nf v k 23-yaei 44 1 But • avlng from runs; two 1 sswdlaa <>.>-lru(lor ..• St • HIKHIOOO Bill fos rt ItoO. •.. 1 ,\ '.i %  /eater n C %  I'.P %  ('> t I'r-' %  I rtial l;.w nnd .mother a^kirnf the release of eleven arre <.. If THE BARBADOS SCHOOL OF DANCING "0AJVCWG ri.fii;" Undfi 1 InliIl %  1 'i IBM i pntronni:.si HBI RaeaUcsM] ISM Ooassasii and l.lldy SUV !!!{(' AT Till i::tiiiiti: THEATRE • ON %  11.Ill IV, MTII i I ,1 \IIM 1 • P.M Miam isi %  M .,, II,.I MIM'.I llll \|lll a& foil l-ricl;,\ 1 :,!. Junt l>u,l> S.M %  ,„ Noon and I—I p m Salanla] Mil tM „ 111.— VI (HI Noon



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r LCI i "• IIAKHMMIs ADVOCATE SAW UAY, JUNE T. 1*52 Qahib QaUinq. Crazy Dutchman Leaves T gtMd thing* must come Rico %  of ClWl Al %  n for British Guiana on Ttaun day evening tn B W i.A aft spending a holiday in Barb tk staying at the CnUM Hotel. H< WM accompanied by btl wife. Major Nicole arl leave, spent the greater imfi i the U.S.A., dim %  badoa for a week lief HIT returning home. Trinidad Proprietor M R. SEUOAT BAMAJtOO pr> 'in LotOf Of Se>mand I •laughter of M Proprietor of Alec Russell & Co. ii mmlaston Agents cif the West Indies with headquarterin Gi'Or gc town, Thov had l>een holidaying b< • for tho past six weeks stay ins U \r.i.i'\ Hnckley. M' 'loiisalves is Manager of the wholesale department of .fees. Wm F igarti Ltd of Lopts i emfmred %  s Se c re ta ry In her ftMr*i iiflicc. On Holiday M R. HARfomtT I'lMIRIM. frnmerly and M Manager of the Atubm Weekly News magazine "The Local**, lie will spend ten weak*' Vacation here. Engaged T in: %  recently • an Miss Joyce Manning, eldest daughter Of Mr i Ifn C. Manning of Hfl burv Hond. •nd Mr R W. i Mr. and .Mrs. D. FGrant (if Hrids Road und ii mrmber Of Fmpliv Ctnn Awarded Diploma M R. GEORGE D. BASCOMOE, Cutter (in tin R1Q| ACo, 'Tailor) Has been awardad lha Dtploin %  of tinTailor A Cutter Aesidwny of I nn examination in the Art "( Cutting gentleman*! garmants held on |bs W. M.iv following it* ciiiyilelion of a Qonigpondanci Course. leaving for Puerto nico gaj by IIWIA. on Thursday. Mi. %  the %  ba always *iii be %  icd as soon as he eoes %  It.utui,los. So was I, Everybody | tii-i the outrides of locked flat and sri Hut next time w*ier 1 see a t< U | :.. th, Antilles. I %  i II him to gci to the Trop Paradise because It is wi < i-lands in the Caribbean *re mall. But not all %  IwlHlJ and friendly aj Barbados. And not all the OUM g lha home itf the flying tlsh. ttors to the red n tay, l did island •') much that I to have II holiday after I .r travotUng Bui th.time has come that I have to say rfl) lions'' to all my friends <>( Pastor M. G. NfSfBIIARII S.D.A. President iDASTOR M. G NEMBHARD. president of the Leewnrd Islands Mission of Seventh Day to say thank you to all AdventisU, was among the pas4 the Schools and acngers leaving on Thursday evefor the help; to all my nm g_ by B.W.I.A.. for Trinidad to the boys as Pat, while there, he will make a trip n i'i Brut*, Roto and hundredto St. Lucia and Dominic;, m th.%  ho took me as their interest o! the work of the Leefnend. Then 1 want to ward Islands Mission before re'.iv giHKlbve to all the girls f ur ning to Barbados alxmt th Helical Paradise and be latter part of July with his family UTS), when I feel lonely I always think of the sweethearts of BarFor C.T.C Talk* bark* In Dutch we say Tot nens %  -ill am meat -gain) and that's T^HE Surinam Delegation ntWhat I want to aay to Harbadc* tending the Caribbean Trade .ind ..II thfriends on this little. Unlon Conference saUeh is being %  -II, iMand in the blue ,,,.,,, (l Hastings RoUaW, arrived a This is n„ he last ygterday morning via Trinidad .1 wiD v.s.t llarlwdoi and bv „ W I A. It comprises the h II ^ UJV' %  nd be %  • colony's Ui-mr leader Mi L I L£!l.£? 7 £m OT ^ EUaier. Mr. C. Carron, reprasanpropagnnda f^ y.Hi, Tropical lntivi llf lhc p antMrn Workers' I ..i..diMfli the blue Caribbean. Unil n „,. s Shukrula repre..f Barbados stay aa you ^^.ve of the Surinam Work..M. d-int let your 'Charmgo. CIg Organisation and Mr. H. a. it went In many otfter places: Soeperman. representative of the ESfL^S ^ P ""H H' 1 yOUr Surinam M.nefs' Union Jr'LiJ ^ >1 i.i." 'JT* ,, "r ''"'leit arriving for friend y and healthy. The auB lhp Minfl t ,, K .. w ,. re Mr. Clarence \ V', T W iL'. d J h Mis Roberts who went up to tho U.S.A. in the Interest of her JI i 'lei-rated her htrhd_, Wednesday. 4th June. To mark the occasion %  surorlse uarty was held at the home of her parents "Parade View". Mastines. wr-re mnv of her friends gathrii to celebrate. Studying Radiography JVT SS RUTH FELDMAN who und Is much Improved. Sp -ndino a Week S PENDING a week's holiday in llarlmdns is Miss Olive Jeffrey of Antigua. She arrived on Thursday evening by B.W.l.A. and is staying with Mrs. B. Cdnngton of Brittons Hill. Ruth is studying Radiographs* at King's College. She daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Q, Feldmon of Navy Gardens. Intrnnsit NTRANSIT from the U.S.A. Puerto Rico on Thursday evening by B W.I.A. was LI. On Business Davld J> Pct,il of thc us Arm y M n rwvFsr V.V-v'rv . aUUoned at Camp Tortuguco R ERNEST HUN TE. DirecW Rh the R.-pla.-emcnt Tntntag tor of K. R. Hunle and Co. Centre at S.n Ju.m a passengeg, for TrlnlHe has now gone to visit hi.* ....."" nur8< ii y evening by brother (apt. M. U. Pettit who B W.I.A He lias gone on a bust| in command of trie US. Marine %  "" Vl '" '""' '' '.xin'cteH tu det.itchment stationed in Tritnletum today. ,j H( L The Nightingale Memorial Home niK Nightingale M al Bchooln. la tag altsgnoon each rlosni al Beintld, Black thild ., gnrdtn plot provided for dancs and donated by Dr. W. each of them. There is also a Nighlingae, was oitkiall.-. oin-iwd kitchen garden on the premises On the 15ih December, 11(47 by th;'*ut their lime is only given to then Governor Si, Hilary BIMHI.%I1S by way of learning how to I In II | provide* fa cul t i es Of transplant, homo and good training for ihilAfter leaving school the girls dien particularly destitutes. The are detained for a whole your in l pome Of Ufetta Children order to learn general houseare still live but the aim %  : ... keeping. It Is a general rule that hornj is to cater ssgsscudly to the children should attend serorpnana. Th,Brat ten children vieaa at St. Stephens Thes. chllwere tranafarred from St. Michdren are also given religious inael's AJmShOUM cm the 31st JdmiMmcUOD and as many as 1 are ury. 148. .i.nilrmed. They attei.d %  Shortly aftci i Iunder a eorl dition of 10 o.hers and suite then (Juilc recentl>' il.is cs were the numbers have been staadLj darted t-. butrucl the girls IB increasing. There are now 18 girls MandierafU. The boys wll also and IT i. %  r | i,.., UMTS le.on how to make I Ippsn Sjtc is acec mmodalion for 60. I %  child has a bedside cupChildren arc admitted Mm WS bOOld and these are all Sttrac* age of five and are discharged at lively decorated with toy, picthe age -t 1 MI v gad Then clothes are provided bv the a* messenger. There are Home but the older ban and three girls who are being tni.ned girl are .-llowed to buy'them* (n needl.Hvork, nurMiig. and launselves anything required ,n _. ., The Home r.diientmn TUB younger girls and boys atThe Home is run by a Vestry lb iry Girls' an I the Cram tmd is supervised bv Miss St Stephen's Boys/ and Girls' Grace Bryan, assisted by four attendants, Nucc Bryan who .s known by the children as "Mother" was previously ,'t the General Hospital. After some years of private nursing during which time "he was nurse to Governor Ncw'ands. she wan recommended for a year's training at the Princess Alice College. Birmingham in 1946. It Is her aim to create as much as posalMs 'home' atmosphere. The Attendants are known as "Auntie" to the children. Library Th. re r, a small library containing picture books and story books. On entcruw the I>irmitoi> the Ad vacate, was impressed by the cleanliness and attractiveneas prevailing. At Chrattnuu there la a treat for the InBUtaa and they are presented with gifts. Any ailment Is treated bv the nurse herself and there (a general inspection. In March this year u win was built to accommodate the dJnln | hall. The second Moray now forml an extension of the girLs' dormitory and the dining hall Is on lh-> first floor. The boys nn,t R irU I ve as one family and It is to be hoped that in Ihe future that homeless boys and girls will enjoy the facilities offered Inthis Institution Mrs. Mesla Goes To See The President ir.m S.\M u in 11 PARIS. Mrs. Pearl Mesta. thc ebullient party-throwing US. Ambaaaador 11 Luxemburg, mounts the gangway at Le Havre to-dav i n *he ury back to Washington. During her voyage across, she will be wrestling with a problem. Shall she make her cu tonsary large donation to the DemocraUc Pagtjt Or shall she sratt and .•ee if the Republicans nominate Elsenhower—and then back Ike if ihi y do? The scale of her munificence —she is the widow of a steel oaron — to Truman'a election funds at the last Presidential election, found its reward in hei appointment to Luxembourg. Htr problem .before Truman decided not to run again, was nerve inking: she likes Luxembourg, likes Truman and likes Ik Row the problem is slmpllhed will th e Democrat* be outraiied If she switches allegiance ..r.d. on the other hand, will her close friends, the Eisenhowers. lernva her if she doesn't' To many friends and to many wilting American politicians Mrs. Mesta has talked frankly of I her difficulties. All. including .the Eisenhowers, have failed to e*olve them Now she baa decided that her only way out is to "get the feel of things in Washington." and %  M eeially to have a frank, heartb -heart chat with her old friend Harry Truman. Marry? Never Off on what for him is a new kind of treasure hunt Is muchmarried Dominican diplomat Porfirio Rubirosa, whose third marriage, to tobacco heiress Doris Duke, ended recently m divorce HOW Rubirosa. who is Dominican minister in Paris, Is flttlng up an expedition to hunt for sunken treasure off the San As for his other plans. Rubirosa %  ays. "I am definitely finished with marriage. I shill never marrv again. In future my ideal woman will be simply the woman you love." People Divorced %  Film star Marttne Carol from Hollywood night club OHM Steve Crane, former hushand of Lana Turner. Miss Carol announced this in Pans, added laconically: "As my work will prevent me from seeing him for the next 18 months I thought It was only fair that] I should giv 0 him his freedom." Married: Spanish dancer Carlien Amaya to guitarist Juan Aruern. Of a London visit Carmen Savt 'Th,. audiences were so row they might have been standOn a Scottish moor during turm." K ven ts A Paris newspaper has launched i i unpalgn to soneu tiuwc ogres of Paris life the concierges or caretakers who keep guard oui%  %  %  %  .i|..n'ment house. paper Is awarding thei idle of "Queen of Concierges" to I the one "who Is most Imbued with oourteay and kindnoas." What goes on in Russia? Lyons silk manufacturers, who are doing a 1500.000 annual export trade with Russia, hoped to In by manufacturing materials decorated with portrait* of Soviet leaders, especially Stalin. After lurge stocks had been produced. U:< Russian response was a categoric "No." Said a Russian buyer: 'We want your silks, but please without those portraits of Stalin." Ql'OTKOF THE WEEK He Said It I'M frNM.r Mondor. .,i in Ihe birth-rate for twins : In tat" of the state of the world it is not surprising that more and more new arrivals prefer to have company." —I..E.S. Pope Hiu Recovered VATICAN CITY, June 6 Vatican sources reported thai Ins Pop*' slight fever completely ed this in.lining. The Vti-jtM! -old Poniill who wa. sin.ken with a slight attack of influcn. i on Wednesday redted his usual inorning mass today ami had a heavy schedule of audiences for today and tomorrow and a beatillcatlon ceremony on Sunday it la -mi not certain that the Pontiff would descend to St. • isUlca on Saturday evening In connection with the a nf the Italian sister BerUtla lloscardin of tt 'TH slaters "t the Order of St.. Dundea of the S n M.I II. MI: %  I Francis Sp<-llman Anhbi.shnp of New York was rate au Hence '•' %  i %  last night —t'.P. i niiss\voiii~ Secoiul Day of the — TUBBY HUBBY O I El . Bernard Wickstood runs into a ikimmed milk problom Tuesday night. A S the second day of thui Tubby Hubby diet tor heavyweight husbands draw* to a close Wlcssleed U still on hU feet. He seemed u> be wllUng a bit *fier breaitfajit. but his tra.ners nJ seconds said uiat would be all nght. rhey would give turn ine Luxury Lunch trealm'nt. This was tresn salmon and cost Sa. 6d. a portion in the restaurant I went to. but Thar sid thai wm* all nght. too. ijecauao I could pay for u out of 'ne money I'd saved by doing no serioua drinking Tubby Hubbies will nave to tearn to endure UiU attitude. It -"ems to be part of Lhe diet. Jus! %  *-euse you are *o good natured -flat you allow Them to re n -Jei you into a dream ousband They •eeca to think Tbc> arc ao ng Kou t icood turn Think now wonderful It will oc. They said yesterday, when voxi ean skip up and down >ne stairs like a ballet dancer. You'll e able to run useful little errands all day long. Won'-. *iia; be fun? "Ob. rngn:fui run.i saio. for lunch is an ironic touch. ion i >u U inutt I win. .ui you be sure of sk.mmcd milk in Ule City of London ? There's pleniy of It ai home. In fact tin* bulging breadwinner gets noth:ng else at ihe best of ujnea oeoauae the creamy top >t ihe in :R IIrena stewed fruit and porriem Maybe It la skimmed in the ciiy. too. Bui your honour is at stake. You're no: cer.a.u. Them tiiat you'll drink nbuiiog ( lunch but a glass of skimmed glass of skimmed milk nam" you say brgtitly "We ordy sell coWs milk." si.ngg Well, get a glass of that and skim it. you say. • you a queer look and for a conference With one of her colleagues When she come* back she has a (lau of milk Uiat might be anything M L > ,he m *though I w.siidnt admit It to Them I don t feel too bad on the whole ........ CUT THIS OUT...... MY SECOND DAY Breakfast Grapefruit An* aSSon! MIU lifer Two allt^. a? ,.. ,-i i .MI, bat terra Taalp of in wm iiifi.I ..III-..., f.A .,th •karrhj Romania }fu\ PutgePaukcr VIENNA June 4 Ana Paukcr. .v.,( '"' "' %  V • T. M„ : % %  ,., ..,„, ana Bna a tough darling %  naUonal communism seemed, destined today for a Red purge in her home town. Radio Bucharest accused tie: "p n a ll s l and counter reYOtuuei • ..: Western sources expressed the belief HUM Ana and tmlnlsters who also wenattacked In a broadcast are bung made scapegoats for Red Romania's current economic woes. Last week she was kicked out of Romania communin party's politbiiio. F..r the moment at lead she still holds the Foreign! — P m aeaMtn M-SI IY.it.kir llow.rd son %  Sporu Round-up and Pro J L_ r n — ir • i — 1 • NEW A It It I \ AIS HAT KIIAPKD WALL VASES $2. 2 0 FEATHKR PILLOWS 342 wh GENUINE III.PIOUN HATS WOMKNS WIDE BRIM $4.47 MAIDS' NARROW BRUI S3.53 T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS DIAL 4220 YOUR SHOE STORES DIM. 4606 Aim** R eader inipoaioi. m Near go :or fruit, it mean. iS> To. rjevas] #osso i H a* an ? isi 15. Halt. Mi Extract from a cobra tail. I4i i 1. reed from our shin. i~. Tbr tilSirs portmsnteau. <• %  Beaatly mcttini of trees, til Foolish Idea At first everyone thought this was a rery foolish idea, on account of you can't fish for stars In thc pond because, as everyone knows, tha stars are In tha sky. "Oh. no! They're In the pond," Insisted Knarf. "1 saw them there." Finally General Tim, who had travelled a great deal, and had seen lots of things, and knew about almost tverything. nodded hia head. "Knarf may be right Now and then, on very special nights, the stars are In the pond. But," he added, "it isn't easy to fi*h for them." "I know It." said Knarf. "You need a net with a long stick. And you also need a big jar to put the stars In after you Ash them up." By this time everyone had changed their minds, and they al) made themselves ready to go Ashing for stars In the pond. Hanld found a net (which tha children used for the goldfish), and Teddy found a long stick. Mary-Jans and Mr. Punch both discovered a Jar. It used to have Jelly in it. but now it waa empty. Then they all set otrt, "There they are! There are the •tars!" Teddy exclaimed when they reached the edge of the pond. "There are millions of them Moating on lop of the water!" 'TMIK hot sun hi %  aV the Inferior marine-glue inspection, said to the caretaker, used for plugging holes In the "You really must not loave your deck, the -S'aury Mrs. Flobiter boots on deck. And what are all was yesterday invaded by what these children doing?" Mrs. Mrs. Wlthersedge described as Withersedge explained what, had saucy urchins, who thought oho occurred, and the Admiral snld melted glue was honey. The mournfully. "What a craft! It's %  hip's cat got stuck, and in trytj me fte waf broken up." "If you Wither:i>k mc rpp,,^ Mrs Wllhcr .edge, "she was broken up years LISTENING HOURS Knarf Went Fishing for Stars — But General Tin Said He Couldn't K By MAX I Id I I. IT was a bright moonlight night. Knarf. the Shadow, quietly tiptoed ever to the corner where hit sister Hanid was sleeping and tapped her lightly on the shoulder. "Hanid!" he whispered. "Wake op!" At this Hanid, who eouldnt imagine what was the matter, sprang to her feet in alarm. She mado so much noise that Teddy the Stuffed Bear Mr Punch, (icneral Tim the tin soldier, and Mary-Jane the rag-doll all woke up and began asking: "What's the matter? What's the mntter?" "Nothing's the matter." Knarf said. "I fust woke Hanld op to tell her that thc moon waa shining and that it was a wonderful night to go down to tha pond." "Why?" asked everyone else In the room. "To fish for the stars, that's why." answered Knarf. Everyone had the stars. "What will we do with them when we have a full jar?" Teddy asked. Knarf said: "Well keep them." Mr. Punch said: "Well sell them to the fireflies." One to Wear Hanid said: "I'd like one to wear In my hair." But General Tin said: "There's only one thing to do with stars that you fish out of the pond. You hide the Jar under a rock, and on the first cloudy night you poor them back Into the pond." Knarf and Hanid and Mr. Punch and Teddy and Mary-Jane all wanted to know why you had to do that "It'a only fair," said the General. "The stars don't belong to us. They belong to everybody. And when it's a cloudy night and the sura don't shine in tha aky. you hava to throw them back Into the pond so that they can climb up Into the sky again, and shine aa they always do. It would be a pity if w< took all the stars. Isn't it enourh fun Just being able to fish for them?" So they sll decided that General Tin was right. And when they had a full Jar. twinkling with stars, they hid the Jar under a stone. And the very next night when it was cloudy they poured them back into the pond, and let them get back into the sky and shire for everybody. GLOBE lO-atti 10 taOSIft. .('H.llam, 33. Home. |4i I Mm a !. Mow to make a hut} %  "[>. put Inta print. i7i 2. Hl> auriam* waa Hood. (S| a. sounds -ain but um. 141 4. Large i a'ora than tbat. .irmmd a b.*r wr'ier )S> '.iHipr tiun reo.ua IS. Pound in tht 'JO Accessor) to Mating. Rupert and the Toy Scout—2 trr**i %  i> i riadiuii ; r*i i i I oii-n-, H" la ria*. IT. am, iB NOH. Hopri __ tak-not, and lot >o rx as MBoo tna g vtwthw to vilow %  vVh* sw | .. ihtr< j„ %  hew*, nd seen oi hi* r nsadl. first Will-* rh Mou. *nd men Ho its' *>* Rjhh -. ', to win hun. I1OOM>. Ruperi. bid h* wouldn't Hr •ectlri* Tn h* ball! < %  %  ' TONY ATKINSON "SUr DmlBYRON ROLLOCK -Mar The Lord Blraa TaaLORD SUDAN (Calypao) "Thr Baby In lha Well" KEITH SEAI KV %  Don'l III .",,Me" ARTHUR MOOItK "I've lot my Mind on You" The SHOW WWi More BOUNCE To The OUNCE


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Publication Date: Saturday, June 07, 1952
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Establishment Of Unified
Trade Union Movement Urged
PRICE -
TRADE UNIONISTS in Conference at Hastings
Houw yesterday morning urged the establish
meat of a unified trade union movement worthy to
i>e respected throughout the civilized world by era
ployer and government alike.
It wos the firs* public Ml
officially opened by His Kxcollencv Sir Alfred Savaee in
the Lefftahrtivt Council Chamber on Wednp-d-iv and dele-
USn the opportunity to put b. i ,
once ih. problen and t in their
'-Triton.,.
from holrtuiK the vis
Kamouldi, .1 representative tr;ide union moui.
n th. developed mid strength,
isco Aguirro every thing in their p., 1.
of nHIT '"lunilf trade unionism. Such
rrivad Mr |*u the attitude of the majorm
of employers in Trinidad and To-
bago, and he believed in 'he
other parts of the West Indie*
of OR.IT., who .
phice of Mr Ki.it
General Sanaurv
who hat not yet
C H Adam* M.C.P.. CMC
and Mr A P Alexander, mem-
ber of the sub-committee
O.R.I.T.. and President of tl
Waterfront Workei
Union. Trinida-I. are
men of the Con!.
On Thursday the confer)
met at 2 o'clock in the i.ftcrn,
and after Mr. Adams had ex-
pressed the thanks of the Confer-
ence to Sir George Seel for plac-
ing the Conference Room at
Hastings House at their disposal
Sir George replied, welcom ng
the delegates. Sir George ex-
pressed the hope that their la-
bours and whatever organisation
they might set up would be
inured to the benefits of agricul-
ture aod industry in the Carib-
bean area, ;md more ,
those who took part in industrv
and agriculture and c.-irncd their
living thereby.
The first delegate to address
the conference yesterday ,.ftcr
Mr. Rflmouldi had presented the
report of OR.IT. was Mr H
Crltohlow .f British Guiana
seemed to fc, I
it mum for
Fnthnd linid
Hit: 1 as]
' KtB l-.ur.-nn to IB*
'am 11. laktiik]
nt-t month will be clo-ed on
Wi-dur-dsy nest Jim* 11.
It b*1 ot yet con-
< ""! (ill havs s few
-it ycur donaUuu to
In" Royal B.suk of Canada.
BarrlajM Bank and IBs Office
of tB0 Advocate
Qoal 1'J.iao on
Amt. Prev. AcB $1,671 T
frank Hall . on
V. A W. rsrgtt-oii
Tdad Tsrasio
Expert
'> o.
Total
Sl.SRl
The employ
thai trade in
enemy. th:it it wanted to
dictate to ihem. ond that ,t would
the man-
ager s desk and run then bu
i;e:--
Mr Marcano urged that there
was need for educating the
ployee and employei alike
what trade unionism meant II,
expressed the hop* that th- con- The 1053 Cfl
jerence would have a strong arvi
ijwihr effect on the oofldtti
the worker* in Ihcse Hrrltorti
and that the employers would A ray* |
eventually open their eyes and ill <,, Hie
co-operate with 'rade unionists m 'ward of poiM
t" better the work- Management >>
ituation. and the ultimate greed to the folk
Cricket Season
i Opens Todav
at the
betterment of the -ituation of the
1. phWBfl
"We are all one family." Mr
nrcano like the
1 which
when once allowed to iBrcad, will
ierd fn destruction. Poverty
. 1 -..- revolution and
Assistance destruction, whereas trade union-
He told the Chairman 'hat they] ism on the correct I >
fie conference could assure bring prosperity, health and bet-
thai they were looking for- ter condition', not only for work-
ward to O.K.I.T. for its assistance "rs. hut for emplover* and the
in matters affecting their interest world at large
and for that reason, he felt that
ted (o the Intercolonial Flavour
organisuhon Mr. R. Clarkfl (Barbados) said'
He ttaid that there were M>mr ihat ho was very much pleased j
subjects which he mi moil to see that they had assembled
particularly interested in hav- there with intercolonial flavour'
ins discussed. The flr*t was and hojwd that the originators of,
family allowances, then there the meeting would make it then .
waa a house purchasing scheme QU itOM to sec thai t
for Marker* and freedom from of that kind r.ntinuc
victimisation by private em- He said thai he had no person-
pluyer* and (iovernmrni lLal grievance to put up as a mem-
irade union officials ind tr4d*i>w ot life Barbados Woiker-
uDlusta. rCmon. haf tie would like
Folly W ins
Frontenac
Cup Race
Gipiv ImIb Mitchi*f
I
' '*!. sailed BBnuWuily
on iimrMi.T arternoon % win thai
hicta wo.
'ailUOc liio Sh, ,
lorrB Bialr wcond. bj ubou: iw*
mmutai. roll) also worwaj
last year.
The r.,u wu | va muiids am.
onditinns wrrv quile sultablr fot
he SbbbuIU. rron the h# m u 1
.. 1 .
iBBat,
ihf Interrjj >
M quickly got awav ft. n
She then went on to ovorl
Oauntloas, rnvader. also 0/ the |
rntermediate and Imp and Rnln-
ird of the D ClaM BM pm
hose boats a minute.
Bert Toppln used his irood
udgmenf to keep the lead. The'
only other boat which stood n
hanc* of overtiklnr Follv was.
rtoyra Blalr Imt Moyra ifave 14
ninutes to the C boat.
billing with Pert Topoln !
-row were Desmond Blad*
Ralpta MghUI. Folly, as was the,
ase last yer. did not do
'11 during the R H Yf*
Saason, but put In .1 good net -'
ormTice tn win the
'''rontenac Tronhy
In thU Mischief
tarted 'otfHher CKwy UIOVM
Tond (tonht that she ear whip
Mischief anvfimo thev tj I
.til 1* Shr- tnlaheH nestrlv 1 mln-
-f- md a h.lf .iheiid of M
n.
He
ijecei
p.n
ulai
the W.
lity of family
tor people in
whom In- in
have two or 1
illes.
Mr. Critchlow pro
the intercolonial eomii
ssed thelstreM
illowance* tlons.
'st Indies Mi Clarke unttd the >wtinir
up of a West Indian K
1 ( trade unions In order that ontv
tffip fum- colony might get to know thej
'gnevnn.-e- o( Otbtl COkXlltl tfld
Urad Ida'j that would agitate foi tl
.. lin- I .
eantassj system
n MUa 1
ail DJatBhtt should lie
8 points for a win: 2 points
Tor a lead on first UmBUJBJ
'
1 .1
I

Taylor Knighlvtt: g-
Stff Cot /Vow Pnul "">
. will oe yveu I ml ,} ,, ,
The first Principal of .the Unl- l and '" "l" "'"
i .i>ii( Collese of Ifae Wesl [ndii l**<,
BIX l nr. T. W. J. Taylor C U.K.. u iiv' "
Tght. .ving ui hit office latei this yeiu "" v''1
miiinit ;.,k. inothei aopolntmonl "
nr. Taylor was knightM i
I'.inhda. Honours I-1st ' *** '"', ban*n>B fl
pprliinf them of th change ,ui ois being one of two kniKhUi lie points-. in Jp.nwlca* Himi-urs Q-' '-
1 her l-ing Hon. Kenneth (VCon- roniBnt Haxgrl nUt h.- won-
HIB F:\0BLLBN0Y th* Govern..- inspects the O.
Haloi A. S. Warren. O.C. cadet- onducta IB "
R r Mi. holm and Lt Col Conueil
India In Good
Position In Test
(Tr-oni Our ilwn (HrrospttiidtMil )
1 IINDON, Jwmi '<
s' irn " 4 ths Becond day's play In Om TVst htn
. ..-k,-t-. to I : 11. till S3 si * (ndia'i
firm innings total of 292.
Il BtaWanaoal avAaBteotorj poaitionai lai .isth.-touu.--t:.
am concerned t"i lh batan.....ui are Hutton, Slmpaon
May. Comuu.ii and Watkint.. Bui the quaation rlaxare mual
ba aakilli inins.ii tonighl m whethei thi position would
not have been avsu brfghtar had he elected h. j.
flrst thing this iiHirmn,: fjollov in: the overnight rain
proh .-in onfirootlni him
ShM I Strike
Expected
WASIIIM.inN
...
...
three -man 1
1U0*
kd
HO,
'
ane 7. II and ||
LiKlge v Lodge
1
irllon il Oval
and I.
ities with laboui unions since the
year 1905. recounting some of the
benefits Ihat hnd been obtained
through Mich movement- as tha
British Cninrnonwealth Labour
Conferee -. the W F.T.U. and
now recenib Ihe U" F.T.U. H>
also meo!ii)ne(| W01 kmen's ('..111
pensati.-i Bltd Kent l!< '
Mr. 1.. J. Mai.,1110. a rapresenta-
live of the Trinidad and Tobago
VVorVi-' Council, expressed on
behaif of His Council their
thanks to the representative of
O.R.I T. for having them at the
Conference, and said that it gave
them the opportunity to bring be-
fore the Conference the gnev-
ance.i and the remedies which
thev felt should be mentioned.
Attitude To T.Us.
He gave an instance of how
some employers in Trinidad, far
STARTING ON MONDAY
the exciting adventure slor
SLOW BOAT TO MAR-
SKILLES
by Michael lUatinis.
Book jour oop* of Ihe
KVt.MNG ADVOCATE
NOW I
chford.
College v
and D.
. Spartan at College
On page B
he would discu-. the matters hc.mcnt of legislation whtrh would I'M*"'
had mentioned with the three be of benefit to the working! Bmpin :
committees that had been tat Up, -. f Uu coLoahH concerned. SBTSi.!Jr
Continuing, he told of his acttv-
He called for a ooycott of any
redl union which sprang up
veinighl and who>e leadl
nly Maklni powar 10
Iheo OWII erulr Mi CltTBl I
"We should have un inlerchangi
i workers to lea ud Id
ditions in othei ol.. h ..il
it in aUtflal
sufferings which brothei 1 un-
dergoing."
On Page S
Chief "Justice. dertng wh.n
London Reports that Princess iGhulam Ahn
Alice. Chancelloi of the I'nlvei
DM tnt> r-Uri vei n
1 "urn.il an BOW considering lh<-
i| .1 -u'ceMor.
nl.- .,. hi Lon-
loo 1- Mtpettea to i-
Jamaica nexi monlh be'
ing up his new appninlioeii'
hich will !* Outaldo the West
Indies !>ul *hce gall beaB DO
BinoUBCBBttni >et on the nature
it the Mpoiiiiment
Walcott Retains
Heavyweight Title
i'UlLAUEI-PHlA. June ti.
Jersey Joe Walcott's manager Felix Bocchicchio said
that the world heavyweight champion who successfully
defended his title against challenger ex-champi(.n Ezzard
Charlsi las) Dlght wiih i uuisninoui farPaBtpti was willmi:
to defend his crown in September against the wiiiiht ol
the proposed match between Harry Matthrv, and RoCk\
Marciami. After that, bout Walcott will start a world tour.
Kb his
nose like Ui nate bull m
resilons WaJcotl
....

I
1 good fight and
1
1
1
tl -,
ed mi*ht have Hon.-
Inge 1.11 then
h the 1 1 .<.

roler,
But oven titouflfe
.

ful day nd hw .ii-
i- ...l> pfuvod .
\\
BauUi \i 'i
She Austral
I For m
, .1, 87 a

I (
Ml.
I
u
I .
1

I
'd. I thought I had won be
for a
libu '
4
Euard ., Plttsbui
Kit hi :.'.,
*t of thi
rfht. Ikt 1
I
Ing whv
'''""'' .....
.
W hal 1 led k*fl
Ron ml
a On rage 3
KEN FABNUM inUlea as be wins againUUa UaM Uit 1,000 Dastrf fiom Ui Tnnidsdlan MatUuen and
Lasla Oarnlchael Nslther atatthlen nor Csnaichael had it in Umd to give U>a champion
real ru V
\an:so\ m go o\
Van TO BRAZIL
. I-
p atfr
. etar\ of
Brazil or
would v to Brsul tUrt

'
Britain Hi
I
itbl American
-
Departrnen* sp^-
. -ti'kinr
thai
it Mm
.kel iMrtner-
W'l I'M
ml, r
K.p ..f BO
boan i-'
'" M.I tl
abled England to com* within

Aftew Ha/are's dsrcLalflM
hi thif. mornii
half an hour |
ast four batsmen I.ikii was al-
nost tHBptapeb.....
>f 3.3 ..v. 1 Whlch
iauned four wicketstwo of
heni Til W.itki'r. in the leg it.11 .
I
'
Ihe
.
I
' D
1
ne . .
L.S. Aiillioril\
In Bermuda
Opposed
. 1 .
1
eaii
1 sihum Government
.v. issrkMheatam to cWal *H
'
nude in meotinu with eon
ibis nt>prMitif.ri in u> Ifeuss I
I ..nl.lv
Ike a 1
1.1 nteseasja to I r
1 iliiui Uiat the Hou
. 1 Uon <>f lltitish sub-
Ui lurbpiletion ..1 in alian
it mi . hoe "it r 1 ii'inii \
to arable InBBHlStencS .r11 in-
herent rights of the ,.i.i.
The message ugrvw with UM
. .
haaea in Bermudn .iguiuM eom-
mlaalon aeciuily oasnei

that .uiiMid'iitn- i 1
osloey1 erlmlauu la
ile puiaBshnasni to
..Li-. 1 arho eon \
IT.iieo

lilte Hou
A alati-io.
lei Km.
:iit thai ti- drib oi
nr the 1 1
1 ite to put nit unl
1 Irgislo'
puto

-I ,in unliai "
I
<
(,'r.s Workers
Strike in tlaly
-XL1

an- *
I-
.. I .11111:
I
.it mill
1.tit WBJ called Is I I
uii.st and
following Mo
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t%

UaM lUBM
I
uthei
taould
Phi


mund Gibbons has th> supp-
if the Speaker Sir John OSBL
.KiMMI Wilniaw
ltirtrilu> Parade
and 'i
1 whlapct ind mi 1
: thing the host of it '
vee.g,
... 11,.. .0.1 ., tov
.111 v i.M.ii ..1..... than
hui

1 1 rjul
Big Crow 11
AtBirthda>
m
Parade



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Major 1><
r illce nod. 1 1

Ftoyal Cai
.. .
I the Bai
His Bscellei
s.iiuie and rhoti
.
he Ncond it" ,
TBe rjeewi

:iven foi H< 1 M
I
aeddsi i
.1 DP
Majaekji -hr tjuean.
riiere
si,into an (
timed '
be 'tov.,: B
> ,1 i a . Broken
The plat 1
ndepandann
up area*
Trinidad fuel
Han Lifted
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ooutMfffnenl
> rnmenl ret .
1 Sotretary

ia)dem win
. 1 Jim,
in
rrd Legate to
LEAVE U.S.
Unltsl Btat
hat he l
x

1

1 them With Ail.-
to QjBeBttSl
flr/ssirr I if Is
'Serlin Blockade
Ur.Kl.iN. j .
M
>l.ilfe
ilnefcede of the out!
'<
rlin. 1^
he strong Unit-*l s .
(U-d troops roi
iloeUruj the
steinstuetken and *
o istf mhabiUuiU '
PI DM 1 If SI'AfN
ibottt ". MM ajM rii
.1 ared .-n Port-ol
- I
.irifl under Iho
.....nfl urtj.iell.i
ado in lion-
11 01 tha Qi .1 birUi-
- ny
J It UB
hi Bntflahj
ii.irioaraxi 1
Hfai Ex-1
Oovi
mounted a
thi j
" .1 dment j
1
I ifr-Sawr (Jets
Certificate
>iEN >'.A lum 1.
.
\i ..ii'ieii pn
..
Wt ..n. s tnss '<<"-
Nf v k 23-yaei 44 1
But avlng from
runs; two
1 sswdlaa <>.>-lru(lor .. St
hikhiooo Bill fos rt ItoO.
.. 1 ,\ '.i
/eater n C
I'.P ('>
1

1 1..
1 < aembly

' if mur-
0 ti;il law by a majority vote
Bee was
I
threat 0* arrest by Unit'- 1 .n.-unador
d today
U-nrini: in>t I'r-'

I
rtial l;.w nnd .mother a^kirnf
the release of eleven arre <.. If
THE BARBADOS SCHOOL
OF DANCING
"0AJVCWG
ri.fii;"
Undfi 1 In- li- Il 1 'i IBM i
pntronni:.- si Hbi RaeaUcsM]
Ism Ooassasii and
l.lldy SUV !!!{('
AT Till
i::tiiiiti: theatre
ON
11.Ill IV, MTII !i I
,1 \IIM 1 P.M
Miam isi ' m
.,, II,.- I MIM'.I
llll \|lll
a& foil
l-ricl;,\ 1 :,!. Junt
l>u,l> S.M ,
Noon and II p m
Salanla] Mil tM
111.VI (HI Noon


r lci i "
IIAKHMMIs ADVOCATE
SAW UAY, JUNE T. 1*52
Qahib QaUinq.
Crazy Dutchman Leaves
TgtMd thing* must come
Rico
of ClWl Al .

n for British Guiana on Ttaun
day evening tn B W i.A aft
spending a holiday in Barb tk
staying at the CnUM Hotel. H<
WM accompanied by btl wife.
Major Nicole arl
leave, spent the greater imfi i
the U.S.A., dim
badoa for a week lief hit return-
ing home.
Trinidad Proprietor
MR. SEUOAT BAMAJtOO
pr> 'in LotOf Of Se>m Soda Wetter Factor* (rf San Fer-
nando, one of the. largest and
most modern in lha I
,\i-- A 'mm Trinidad on Wed-
nesday by B.W.I.A. on
indramtr
Gtieet House.
L Spent Six Weeks
KAVING for Trinidad on
IftrtnsaHj iiiRht by w.i.a..
iniransit for British Guiana were
Mr. and Mr- J. Grm- and
I
laughter of M
Proprietor of Alec Russell & Co.
ii mmlaston Agents cif the
West Indies with headquarter- in
Gi'Or gc town,
Thov had l>een holidaying b<
for tho past six weeks stay ins U
' \r.i.i'\ Hnckley.
M' 'loiisalves is Manager of
the wholesale department of
.fees. Wm F igarti Ltd of
Lopts i
emfmred s Secretary In her
ftMr*i iiflicc.
On Holiday
MR. HARfomtT I'lMIRIM.
frnmerly Staff i.* thfl 'i< ;
from Aruba on Wednesday eve-
ning hy It.w i a ftei i Iwo-dnj
er a) Trinidad.
Mi- Pil
the I .a go Oil I rt Coa
pany Ltd.. afliliiitf of thi Stand-
ard OH Compnfiy < N. J > and M
Manager of the
Atubm Weekly News magazine
"The Local**, lie will spend ten
weak*' Vacation here.
Engaged
Tin: recently
an Miss
Joyce Manning, eldest daughter
Of Mr .....i Ifn C. Manning of
Hfl burv Hond.
nd Mr R W. i
Mr. and .Mrs. D. F- Grant (if Hrids
Road und ii mrmber Of Fmpliv
Ctnn
Awarded Diploma
MR. GEORGE D. BASCOMOE,
Cutter (in tin
R1q| A- Co, 'Tailor) Has been
awardad lha Dtploin of tin- Tailor
A Cutter Aesidwny of I
nn examination in the Art "( Cut-
ting gentleman*! garmants held
on |bs W. M.iv following it*
ciiiyilelion of a Qonigpondanci
Course.
leaving for Puerto nico gaj
by IIWIA. on Thursday.
Mi. the
ba always *iii be
icd as soon as he eoes
It.utui,los. So was I, Everybody |
tii-i the outrides of
locked flat and sri
Hut next time w*ier 1 see a t<
U | :.. th, Antilles. I
i II him to gci to the Trop
Paradise because It is wi
< i-lands in the Caribbean
*re mall. But not all
IwlHlJ and friendly aj Barba-
dos. And not all the oUm
g lha home itf the flying tlsh.
ttors to the
red n tay, l did
island ') much that I
to have ii holiday after
I .r travotUng Bui th.-
time has come that I have to say
rfl) lions'' to all my friends <>(
Pastor M. G. NfSfBIIARII
S.D.A. President
iDASTOR M. G NEMBHARD.
* president of the Leewnrd
Islands Mission of Seventh Day
to say thank you to all AdventisU, was among the pas-
4 the Schools and acngers leaving on Thursday eve-
for the help; to all my nmg_ by B.W.I.A.. for Trinidad
to the boys as Pat, while there, he will make a trip
n i'i Brut*, Roto and hundred- to St. Lucia and Dominic;, m th.-
ho took me as their interest o! the work of the Lee-
fnend. Then 1 want to ward Islands Mission before re-
'.iv giHKlbve to all the girls f ,urning to Barbados alxmt th
Helical Paradise and be latter part of July with his family
UTS), when I feel lonely I always
think of the sweethearts of Bar- For C.T.C Talk*
bark* In Dutch we say Tot nens
-ill am meat -gain) and that's T^HE Surinam Delegation nt-
What I want to aay to Harbadc* tending the Caribbean Trade
.ind ..II th- friends on this little. Unlon Conference saUeh is being
-II, iMand in the blue ,,,.,,, ,(l Hastings RoUaW, arrived
a This is n he last ygterday morning via Trinidad
.1 wiD v.s.t llarlwdoi and bv W I A. It comprises the
h ii ^ UJV' nd.be colony's Ui-mr leader Mi L I
L!l.? 7 - m,OT^ EUaier. Mr. C. Carron, reprasan-
propagnnda f^ y.Hi, Tropical lntivi. llf lhc pantMrn Workers'
I ..i..diM- fli the blue Caribbean. Unil,n. ,. s. Shukrula repre-
..f Barbados stay aa you ^^.ve of the Surinam Work-
..m. d-int let your 'Charm- go. CIg. Organisation and Mr. H.
a. it went In many otfter places: Soeperman. representative of the
ESfL^S ^ P ""h H'1' ,yOUr Surinam M.nefs' Union
Jr'LiJ ^ >1 i.i." 'JT* ,,"-r'- '"'leit arriving for
friend y and healthy. The auB lhp Minfl.t,,K.. w,.re Mr. Clarence
\ V', T WiL'.d Jh ngl f-nUrJ FfT'e l.ha' When "" Oraiada W..rkers' Union who
' *" "nd M """V arrived on Thursday morning by
B.G. Airways from St. Vincent
and Mr. S M. Shakoor. M.B.F..
At*AnrlBf4 PaMMiiiSl.ii General Secretary of the Man
tltencUd convention Power CillMns Association who
DASTOR J. U. EMMEltSON.-^A. vla^Sd^ "^ *
Day AdventisU. stationed in M,'r,ne 'i'*" u .
Trinidad, returned home on 5on ancl "'"'
evening by ll.W.I A |*~\N WF.DNFSDAY a son was
.ling about two weeks \J horn to Mr ai
here staying at the Hotel Royal nald King of Hm
Pastor Emmcreon who had Mm. Kin* is the former
come over to attend the Conven- Brewsler Mother and babe
lion of the Leeward Island' doing well
Wl Ion of S.D.A.. stayed over for Pbnialsa P-,.
nn.ither week f i the piiri-." ..f____surprise rnrry
au.litniK the inlssi<.n's l-k- M,SS HETTY CABRINOTON
i coma
i i 'i tin
Be good and "tot riens"
Regl*
P.M.O. Returns
DR. E. W ROBERTS, P MO.
of St. Michael and Mrs
Roberts of "Sunnyside'. Black
It k k ifturiied from the U.S.A.
via Pui-rto Rico on Thurs. ;iy
evening by B.W.l.A. after an
;ilvenrc o( IWf wnk>
Mis Roberts who went up to
tho U.S.A. in the Interest of her ji i
, 'lei-rated her htrhd_, .
Wednesday. 4th June. To
mark the occasion surorlse
uarty was held at the home of her
parents "Parade View". Mastines.
wr-re mnv of her friends gath-
rii to celebrate.
Studying Radiography
JVT
SS RUTH FELDMAN who
und Is much Improved.
Sp -ndino a Week
SPENDING a week's holiday in
llarlmdns is Miss Olive
Jeffrey of Antigua. She arrived
on Thursday evening by B.W.l.A.
and is staying with Mrs. B.
Cdnngton of Brittons Hill.
Ruth is studying Radiographs*
at King's College. She
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Q,
Feldmon of Navy Gardens.
Intrnnsit
NTRANSIT from the U.S.A.
Puerto Rico on Thursday
evening by B W.I.A. was LI.
On Business Davld J> Pct,il of thc us- Army
Mn rwvFsr V.V-v'rv . aUUoned at Camp Tortuguco
R ERNEST HUN TE. Direc- WRh the R.-pla.-emcnt Tntntag
tor of K. R. Hunle and Co. Centre at S.n Ju.m
a passengeg, for Trlnl- He has now gone to visit hi.*
....."" "nur8<'iiy evening by brother (apt. M. U. Pettit who
B W.I.A He lias gone on a bust- | in command of trie US. Marine
"" Vl'" '""' '' '.xin'cteH tu det.itchment stationed in Tritn-
letum today. ,jH(L
The Nightingale Memorial Home
niK Nightingale m.......al Bchooln. la tag altsgnoon each
rlosni al Beintld, Black thild Rock, fornwrkj .i prlvati i.si- i> ., gnrdtn plot provided for
dancs and donated by Dr. W. each of them. There is also a
Nighlingae, was oitkiall.-. oin-iwd kitchen garden on the premises
On the 15ih December, 11(47 by th;'*ut their lime is only given to
then Governor Si, Hilary bimhI.%i1s by way of learning how to
I In II | provide* faculties Of transplant,
homo and good training for ihil- After leaving school the girls
dien particularly destitutes. The are detained for a whole your in
l pome Of Ufetta Children order to learn general house-
are still live but the aim : ... keeping. It Is a general rule that
hornj is to cater ssgsscudly to the children should attend ser-
orpnana. Th,- Brat ten children vieaa at St. Stephens Thes. chll-
were tranafarred from St. Mich- dren are also given religious in-
ael's AJmShOUM cm the 31st Jdmi- MmcUOD and as many as 1 are
ury. 148. .i.nilrmed. They attei.d
Shortly aftci i I- under a eorl
dition of 10 o.hers and suite then (Juilc recentl>' il.is cs were
the numbers have been staadLj darted t-. butrucl the girls IB
increasing. There are now 18 girls MandierafU. The boys wll also
and IT i. r | i,.., UMTS le.on how to make I Ippsn Sjtc
is acec mmodalion for 60. I , child has a bedside cup-
Children arc admitted Mm WS bOOld and these are all Sttrac*
age of five and are discharged at lively decorated with toy, pic-
the age -t 1 mi boys two are apprenticed to motor separate apartments for shoes,
mechanics, one narea, on* is clothing and toilet accessories.
I deliver) l>v gad Then clothes are provided bv the
a* messenger. There are Home but the older ban and
three girls who are being tni.ned girl are .-llowed to buy'them*
(n needl.Hvork, nurMiig. and laun- selves anything required
,n- _. ., The Home
r.diientmn
Tub younger girls and boys at- The Home is run by a Vestry
lb iry Girls' an I the Cram tmd is supervised bv Miss
St Stephen's Boys/ and Girls' Grace Bryan, assisted by four
attendants, Nucc Bryan who .s
known by the children as
"Mother" was previously ,'t the
General Hospital. After some
years of private nursing during
which time "he was nurse to Gov-
ernor Ncw'ands. she wan recom-
mended for a year's training at
the Princess Alice College. Bir-
mingham in 1946. It Is her aim to
create as much as posalMs
'home' atmosphere. The Attend-
ants are known as "Auntie" to the
children.
Library
Th. re r, a small library con-
taining picture books and story
books. On entcruw the I>irmitoi>
the Ad vacate, was impressed by
the cleanliness and attractive-
neas prevailing. At Chrattnuu
there la a treat for the InBUtaa
and they are presented with
gifts. Any ailment Is treated bv
the nurse herself and there (a
general inspection.
In March this year u win was
built to accommodate the dJnln |
hall. The second Moray now forml
an extension of the girLs' dormi-
tory and the dining hall Is on lh->
first floor. The boys nn,t RirU I ve
as one family and It is to be hoped
that in Ihe future that homeless
boys and girls will enjoy the fa-
cilities offered In- this Institution
Mrs. Mesla
Goes To See
The President
ir.m s.\m u in 11
PARIS.
Mrs. Pearl Mesta. thc ebullient
party-throwing US. Ambaaaador
11 Luxemburg, mounts the gang-
way at Le Havre to-dav i n *he
ury back to Washington.
During her voyage across, she
will be wrestling with a problem.
Shall she make her cu tonsary
large donation to the DemocraUc
Pagtjt Or shall she sratt and
.ee if the Republicans nominate
Elsenhowerand then back Ike
if ihi y do?
The scale of her munificence
she is the widow of a steel
oaron to Truman'a election
funds at the last Presidential
election, found its reward in hei
appointment to Luxembourg.
Htr problem .before Truman
decided not to run again, was
nerve inking: she likes Luxem-
bourg, likes Truman and likes
Ik Row the problem is slmpll-
hed will the Democrat* be out-
raiied If she switches allegiance
..r.d. on the other hand, will her
close friends, the Eisenhowers.
lernva her if she doesn't'
To many friends and to many
wilting American politicians
Mrs. Mesta has talked frankly of I
her difficulties. All. including .the
Eisenhowers, have failed to e-
*olve them
Now she baa decided that her
only way out is to "get the feel
of things in Washington." and
m eeially to have a frank, heart-
b -heart chat with her old friend
Harry Truman.
Marry? Never
Off on what for him is a new
kind of treasure hunt Is much-
married Dominican diplomat
Porfirio Rubirosa, whose third
marriage, to tobacco heiress Doris
Duke, ended recently m divorce
HOW Rubirosa. who is Domini-
can minister in Paris, Is flttlng
up an expedition to hunt for
sunken treasure off the San
As for his other plans. Rubirosa
ays. "I am definitely finished
with marriage. I shill never marrv
again. In future my ideal woman
will be simply the woman you
love."
People
Divorced Film star Marttne
Carol from Hollywood night
club ohm Steve Crane, former
hushand of Lana Turner.
Miss Carol announced this in
Pans, added laconically: "As
my work will prevent me from
seeing him for the next 18 months
I thought It was only fair that]
I should giv0 him his freedom."
Married: Spanish dancer Car-
lien Amaya to guitarist Juan
Aruern. Of a London visit Carmen
Savt 'Th,. audiences were so
row they might have been stand-
On a Scottish moor during
turm."
K ven ts
A Paris newspaper has launched
i i unpalgn to soneu tiuwc ogres
of Paris life the concierges or
caretakers who keep guard oui-
" ' .i|..n'ment house.
paper Is awarding thei
idle of "Queen of Concierges" to I
the one "who Is most Imbued
with oourteay and kindnoas."
What goes on in Russia? Lyons
silk manufacturers, who are doing
a 1500.000 annual export trade
with Russia, hoped to In
by manufacturing materials
decorated with portrait* of Soviet
leaders, especially Stalin. After
lurge stocks had been produced.
U:< Russian response was a
categoric "No."
Said a Russian buyer: 'We
want your silks, but please with-
out those portraits of Stalin."
Ql'OTKOF THE WEEK
He Said It
I'm frNM.r Mondor. .,i
in Ihe birth-rate for twins : In
tat" of the state of the world
it is not surprising that more and
more new arrivals prefer to have
company." I..E.S.
Pope Hiu Recovered
VATICAN CITY, June 6
Vatican sources reported thai
Ins Pop*' slight fever completely
ed this in.lining. The
Vti-jtM! -old Poniill who wa.
sin.ken with a slight attack of
influcn. i on Wednesday redted
his usual inorning mass today
ami had a heavy schedule of
audiences for today and tomor-
row and a beatillcatlon ceremony
on Sunday
it la -mi not certain that the
Pontiff would descend to St.
isUlca on Saturday eve-
ning In connection with the
a nf the Italian sister
BerUtla lloscardin of tt
'th slaters "t the Order of St..
Dundea of the S n m.I II.mi:
I Francis Sp<-llman
Anhbi.shnp of New York was
rate au Hence ''
i last night t'.P.
i niiss\voiii~
Secoiul Day of the
TUBBY HUBBY
OI El . Bernard Wickstood
runs into a ikimmed milk problom
Tuesday night.
AS the second day of
thui Tubby Hubby
diet tor heavyweight
husbands draw* to a close
Wlcssleed U still on hU feet.
He seemed u> be wllUng a bit
*fier breaitfajit. but his tra.ners
nJ seconds said uiat would be
all nght. rhey would give turn
ine Luxury Lunch trealm'nt.
This was tresn salmon and
cost Sa. 6d. a portion in the
restaurant I went to. but Thar
sid thai wm* all nght. too.
ijecauao I could pay for u out of
'ne money I'd saved by doing
no serioua drinking
Tubby Hubbies will nave to
tearn to endure UiU attitude. It
-"ems to be part of Lhe diet. Jus!
*-euse you are *o good natured
-flat you allow Them to ren. -Jei
you into a dream ousband They
eeca to think Tbc> arc ao ng
Kou t icood turn
Think now wonderful It will
oc. They said yesterday, when
voxi ean skip up and down >ne
stairs like a ballet dancer. You'll
e able to run useful little
errands all day long. Won'-. *iia;
be fun?
"Ob. rngn:fui run.- i saio.
for lunch is an ironic touch.
ion i >uU inutt I win. .ui
you be sure of sk.mmcd milk
in Ule City of London ? There's
pleniy of It ai home. In fact
tin* bulging breadwinner gets
noth:ng else at ihe best of
ujnea oeoauae the creamy top
>t ihe in :R i-
Irena stewed fruit and
porriem
Maybe It la skimmed in the
ciiy. too. Bui your honour is
at stake. You're no: cer.a.u.
Them tiiat you'll drink nbuiiog
" (lunch but a glass of skimmed
glass of skimmed milk
nam" you say brgtitly
"We ordy sell coWs milk."
si.- ngg
- Well, get a glass of that and
skim it. you say.
you a queer look and
for a conference With
one of her colleagues When
she come* back she has a (lau
of milk Uiat might be anything
ML >,he. ,m*- though I
w.siidnt admit It to Them I
don t feel too bad on the whole
........ CUT THIS OUT......
MY SECOND DAY
Breakfast
Grapefruit
An* aSSon! miu lifer
Two allt^. a? ,.. ,-i i .mi,
bat terra
Taalp of in wm iiifi.-
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karrhj "
Romania }fu\
PutgePaukcr
VIENNA June 4
Ana Paukcr. .v.-
,('"' "' V t. M :,., ..,,
ana Bnaa tough darling
naUonal communism seemed,
destined today for a Red purge
in her home town. Radio Bucha-
rest accused tie:
""pnallsl and counter reYOtuuei
..: .
Western sources expressed the
belief HUM Ana and t-
mlnlsters who also wen- attacked
In a broadcast are bung made
scapegoats for Red Romania's
current economic woes. Last
week she was kicked out of
Romania communin party's
politbiiio. F..r the moment at
lead she still holds the Foreign!
BY THE WAY
vlng
iclted
edge became glued to the spot.
A longshoreman removed .-
ixjou. and helped her to safety. "K. on*V nobody
Rear-Admiral Sir Ewart Hodg- tt."
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To. rjevas] #osso i H a*
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Foolish Idea
At first everyone thought this
was a rery foolish idea, on account
of you can't fish for stars In thc
pond because, as everyone knows,
tha stars are In tha sky.
"Oh. no! They're In the pond,"
Insisted Knarf. "1 saw them there."
Finally General Tim, who had
travelled a great deal, and had
seen lots of things, and knew about
almost tverything. nodded hia head.
"Knarf may be right Now and
then, on very special nights, the
stars are In the pond. But," he
added, "it isn't easy to fi*h for
them."
"I know It." said Knarf. "You
need a net with a long stick. And
you also need a big jar to put the
stars In after you Ash them up."
By this time everyone had
changed their minds, and they al)
made themselves ready to go Ash-
ing for stars In the pond. Hanld
found a net (which tha children
used for the goldfish), and Teddy
found a long stick. Mary-Jans and
Mr. Punch both discovered a Jar.
It used to have Jelly in it. but now
it waa empty.
Then they all set otrt,
"There they are! There are the
tars!" Teddy exclaimed when they
reached the edge of the pond.
"There are millions of them Moat-
ing on lop of the water!"
'TMIK hot sun hi
aV the Inferior marine-glue inspection, said to the caretaker,
used for plugging holes In the "You really must not loave your
deck, the -S'aury Mrs. Flobiter boots on deck. And what are all
was yesterday invaded by what these children doing?" Mrs.
Mrs. Wlthersedge described as Withersedge explained what, had
saucy urchins, who thought oho occurred, and the Admiral snld
melted glue was honey. The mournfully. "What a craft! It's
hip's cat got stuck, and in try- tjme ,fte waf broken up." "If you
Wither- :i>k mc- rpp,,^ Mrs Wllhcr.
.edge, "she was broken up years
LISTENING HOURS
Knarf Went Fishing for Stars
But General Tin Said He Couldn't K
By MAX I Id I I.
IT was a bright moonlight night.
Knarf. the Shadow, quietly tiptoed
ever to the corner where hit sister
Hanid was sleeping and tapped her
lightly on the shoulder. "Hanid!"
he whispered. "Wake op!"
At this Hanid, who eouldnt imag-
ine what was the matter, sprang to
her feet in alarm. She mado so much
noise that Teddy the Stuffed Bear
Mr Punch, (icneral Tim the tin
soldier, and Mary-Jane the rag-doll
all woke up and began asking:
"What's the matter? What's the
mntter?"
"Nothing's the matter." Knarf
said. "I fust woke Hanld op to tell
her that thc moon waa shining and
that it was a wonderful night to
go down to tha pond."
"Why?" asked everyone else In
the room.
"To fish for the stars, that's
why." answered Knarf.
Everyone had
the stars.
"What will we do with them
when we have a full jar?" Teddy
asked.
Knarf said: "Well keep them."
Mr. Punch said: "Well sell them
to the fireflies."
One to Wear
Hanid said: "I'd like one to wear
In my hair."
But General Tin said: "There's
only one thing to do with stars that
you fish out of the pond. You hide
the Jar under a rock, and on the
first cloudy night you poor them
back Into the pond."
Knarf and Hanid and Mr. Punch
and Teddy and Mary-Jane all
wanted to know why you had to do
that
"It'a only fair," said the Gen-
eral. "The stars don't belong to us.
They belong to everybody. And
when it's a cloudy night and the
sura don't shine in tha aky. you
hava to throw them back Into the
pond so that they can climb up Into
the sky again, and shine aa they
always do. It would be a pity if w<
took all the stars. Isn't it enourh
fun Just being able to fish for
them?"
So they sll decided that General
Tin was right. And when they had
a full Jar. twinkling with stars,
they hid the Jar under a stone. And
the very next night when it was
cloudy they poured them back into
the pond, and let them get back
into the sky and shire for every-
body.
GLOBE
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33. Home. |4i
I Mm a
!. Mow to make a hut} "[>. put
Inta print. i7i
2. Hl> auriam* waa Hood. (S|
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MlT. I
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W. Your iea i port to i i6>
- .irmmd a b.*r wr'ier )S>
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IS. Pound in tht
'JO Accessor) to Mating. -
Rupert and the Toy Scout2
trr**i
i> i riadiuii ; r*i i .
i I oii-n- -, H"
la ria*. it. am, iB noh.
Hopri __
tak-not, and lot >o rx
as MBootnag vtwthw to vilow
vVh* sw | .. ihtr< j
hew*, nd seen oi hi*
rnsadl. first Will-* rh Mou. *nd
men Ho its' *>* Rjhh -. ',
to win hun. I1oom>. .
Ruperi. bid h* wouldn't
Hr ectlri* Tn h* ball! '
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del" And th.y ill cut tUn -S*
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urn Mason- danklle Darxkux MKiua Renwe
I O Sill MIIIMII HIM 11
I (II II I MINI OS I'llliWI
Plui
III lllllll MSIIIIS
John PAYNE Belly GRABLE
and
IMilllllllt IN llll HUM
TONITES CONTESTANTS
DOUG GRIFFITH "Vo. Cm Do Na Wrav"
MARTIN IIAYNES.......................-Daj Bj Da>'
TONY ATKINSON "SUr Dml-
BYRON ROLLOCK..............-Mar The Lord Blraa Taa-
LORD SUDAN (Calypao)....... "Thr Baby In lha Well"
KEITH SEAI KV Don'l III.",,- Me"
ARTHUR MOOItK "I've lot my Mind on You"
The SHOW WWi More BOUNCE To The OUNCE


SATURDAY, JUNE 7. 162
BARBADOS ADVOCATK
I'U.I lllla.t.
INDIA IN GOOD WalcottRetains
POSITION Hea vyweigh t Title
Prom Page 1
Ranvhand's leg trap when he had
made only three.
I -i Land l,el on
Hut England's let Off was only
temporary, lur when Ohulam
Ahmed came into the attack he
quickly nude amends and in
the fourth over Hutton was
taught m hi* leg trapappro
pr.alely by Ramchand.
Caution had been the keynote
of England's start which produi-ed
18 Tlp runs were not valuable
with three full days ahead, but
wickets were and India had
truck a vital blow.
But not until 48 runs were on
the board did they meet with
lu-thcr success and again it want
th AhmedRamchand combine-
tion which disposed of Simpson
who had batted nearly <*i>
minutes fur 2J.
This rate of run getting was
t.vplcal of the whole day. Tor En-
gland were concerned with not
giving chances and Indian bowl-
ers were Just that bit short of
length which made stroke play
drngerous proposition.
At this stage in the proceed-
ings Hdzarc introduced hi* 1*k
spinner Shinde for the benefit
of Corapton and immediately he-
struck a length. But it was not
Compton who fell first. Instead it
was May who played over a boll
well pitched up to him and was*
cioan bowled92 for S.
hull.Hi's On Top
Peter May who has already
produced three quick centuries
>n beautiful wickets, had taken
an hour over 16 and Indiu wero
vtry much on top. They looked
ii too.
Their fielding was Hrst class
with Gopiriath and ManJrefcaUr
outstanding in the covers and
Kamchand positive menace In ttia>
leg trap.
The wicket was. however, dry-
ing out and becoming much easier
than it had been early on. But in
drying out. occasional balls were
beginning to pop. Prom one such
Compton. playing forward to
Ahmed became Ramchand'* third
victim.
It was a siti\-ttoii where any-
thing might have happened. Four
wickets were down for 90 and
there were even visions of a fol-
low on.
But Grareney nnd Watkins who
was given the benefit of the first
loose bowling by Shinde brouht
the game around. Never really on
top of the bowling, they never-
theless defended doggudlv and
slowly (he score mounted. Grave
ney reached his 50 after two and
a quarter hours including one six
off Shinde and seven fours.
Bui Just when it looked as if
Watkins would follow suit and
the partnership would see Eng-
land safely through the day.
Ahmed struck for the fourth rime.
Watkins. still two short of a half
century, was out l.bw.. and :
bright 11U minutes of Kvnns
brought the proceedings to at
close.
w.i. Again
The casual spectator wulkniK
inln Heading-*? Cricket Ground
between the lunch and tea inter-
val on Thursday might have been
pardonably excused for thinkm.;
that the 1950 West Indies tour
had been revived. Certainly th<-
pattern wax familiar. At th-
crease two dark skinned batsmen
were taking complete command
of .in England attack which Hut-
ton. captaining England for tho
first time, was switching with no
less thought than rapidity. But
the scoreboard showed the loss *f
only three wickets and at 6 o'clock
the two batsmen had between
them, added 222 runs.
Heroes of this run gettinR spree
were India's Captain. Harare, a
compact greylng-haired figure whr
from a distance looks not unlike
a larger edition of Everton weekes.
and Vljay Manjrekar. baby of the
Indian side who bears decided re-
semblanee at the crone*" to Frank
Worrell.
Saved India
These two batsmen certainly
saved India today on a wicker
which looks full of runs but which
may soon be visited by rain.
When they came together the
prospects of India lasting; until
lea time were not over great.
Herat*' had beaten Hutton in the
sou but inside an hour his first
three batsmen were in the pavi-
lion with only 43 runs on the
Hoard.
Bed.ser bowling very aj
marled the rot by beating D K.
Caekwad with a hall which drew
him forward and then whipped
between the bat and pad.
Ho> attempted to hit Jenkins
for six before getting a prupei
loo* ;il the bowler and was yard.-
down the wicket when Evans
stumped him, and Vnuu
Manned wildly at a ball from True
man pi lying in his f.r*r Test for
Evans to bring off tin*- catch
shrulder-high behind the wicket.
Collapse Feared
One feared rather than hoped
that an Indlm collapse was Immi-
nent and there want few on th."
ground who exported such a re-
covery especially ,,s Hezar and
Miinjrefcar made such a poor
stari llazare's Urst run came from
awl '-vaa meant to be a gaver
drivr off Jenkins but which went
dow;i to lone leg. and M.mjrek
was twice btaten and nearH
bowled playing reckless shots at
the same bowler.
Or*.was reminded at this wane
Of the West Indies first Test al
Manchester two years ago.
Admittedly there the wick, i
was already wearing but the bow-
men all mad* the same fault of
attempting quick run getting be-
fore they had their eye In.
This was just what the Indiins
were doing. It was noticeable that
a batsman would remain oulet
for perhaps seven or eight balls
and then suddenly the bat- would
flash and It was a* much luck a*
judgment if the ball went off the
middle.
However. Haxare and Manire-
kar were not made to pav for their
early indiscretions, and bv lunch
when 72 runs were on the board,
both hetsmen had plived some
very nice shots, Manirekar being
particularly severe on the slow
men off his back foot. The power
h* put Into his shots can be
ludged by the fact that when he
had reached 65 he had hit ten
fours.
ifuznre Opens Out
llazare at llrst content to bo
the silent partner opened out after
lunch and runs came at more
than one a minute. Hazare dis-
played some delightful cover
drives and could not have re-
corded his highest score of the
tour at a more appropriate mo-
ment When the score reached 201
Haure and Manjrckar had beaten
the previous best Indian Test
partnership of 211 by Hazare and
Merchant In the 1951-52 series In
India.
But they were not destined to
take matters much further. At 6
o'clock and Just when it looked as
though they wore set for night
another Hutton bowling switch
brought back Bedser, and Hasan
playing for I single down the le--
side edged the bail to Evans who
gathered his third victim In no
ur.i-ertaJn manner. Hazare had
twitted nearly four and a halt
hours, for his runs, and apart fropi
two chances early onboth ex-
tremely difficulthe had not
hi id*- a mistake. If he was more
subdued than Is his wont that was
only natural In a batsman aeefcmi:
tn regain form after a string of
low scores. In his previous six
innings he had totalled only 39.
As so often happens In a big
partnership when one man went,
the other quickly followed him.
Only one run had been added to
the total and Manirekar gave
Trueman his second wicket when
he edged one Into a leg trap and
Alan Watkins made a superb
catch low down on his left han<<
side. Manjrekar whose first cen-
tury of the tour It was. w..
cheered enthusiastically all the
way back to the dressing room.
Gopinath came and went wit.
ut scoring and visions of a sec-
ond and possibly rlnal collapse
loomed up as the England bowl-
ers admirably supported In the
Hold attacked Mantri and Ram-
chand. But these two survived the
final half hour to leave India in
.i satisfactory, even if not a win-
ning position.
To bat are: Ramchand. Shinde
end Ghulum Ahmed.
r rom rage 1
not Mi 1 Charles got off to
.i small lead In the Brat round as
mg left- lb* body
wh
I
drove hard left to body and
mi*scd a haygoasst rikht that
brought a howl from the crowd.
ROUND J. -Walcoit took the
utfatlve In the aacono round,
driving two hard left hooks to
Charles bo ) few sec-
.11 ught t<
.le ,m.l the crowd roar-
Hgtl* .!">
..;* in Hie round
ROIM. .1. Al ri.e .t..rt "f the
third round Wnlcott landed a ter-
nfie kefl nook I
then a hard right to the Jaw.
Charles d) D lh>
drove a loft hook tn
bed]
urn m> i \ and .f lha
U
against low Mows In the fourth
-
bodv. Cb
the law ..
a right lo the head.
Charles was aggressive and
diove twn light 1eft< '<> Walcott.
Joe landed n-dit to Charles jaw.
Charles hit low with the left and
the referee warned him again.
i:m M> '. '.
right hut followed with Mil to
the body. Wileoit dm
loft jabs to Coal I ra u I than
a sweepii: ,rd's head
Just before Ihe hell The crowd
fasrsd
R(H'M) ft, is,. ...led care-
fully in th,. sixth roun i
changed light left hooks to the
body Charles drove a hard right
.. \'.
warned him against low Mow*
once more. A glancing right off
the head of the chullcutfer and the
crowd roared. Walcnf
right to the head and then a left
hook to the body, than
left to the body and a tight to the
head. Charles held on.
ROIND 7.Walcott looked very
confident and Charles looked wor-
ried. Al the start of the seventh
round they excrianged hard lelta
to the body. Walcott laaded two
with the left h..nd and a lump ap-
peared under ("hail*- left eve
Walcott drove a stiff lefl
i< iaw. Exzard replied with
a left to the hod> Ind the nf.-iei
again warned him against low
blows. They exchanged lefts to the
fare. When the hell rani; bl<**i
dripped from the cut under
fin '
hoi \ii h. n exchanged
.short rights Walcott drove a hard
right to Charles' jaw. Charles
landed a hard right to Walcott'l
law and the crowd roared Wal-
cott thumped a bard nght '<
Charles' back, the challenger bent
and when he straightened up, Joe
conned, d a hard right lo Charles-
chin. Walcott moved after him
and Charles clinched Fans booed.
Walcott drove light fa
head and Exzard replied with gUn
rights to Joe's head )ust liefora
the bell.
BOUND 9.- Ai Uu atari Of thfl
ninth round Churl... looked grim
Ttnv c\*li..nged half a dozen
Sunches, then Charles landed n
Bid loft hook to W
Joe sliook his head. Charles drovu
a sweeping left hook to the cham-
pion's jaw. The crowd roared.
Charles connected a ham radii,
then mx punches to Jo*
I'd..i l*-s landed another tight ; mi
Walcott ruplie.! with a right to the
head that sent Exzard In ''
Walcott went after Caff i
ing a right then a left hook to the
Jaw. Walcott landed another right
Just before the bell.
BOUND I*.Walcott landed a
short right to Charles body, then
Charles drove four hard punches
to the body at the dart of the
tenth round.
Walcott replied with a right to
the body. Charles landed a right
te Walcott'l law and the ehani-
plon held on Waleott landed a
light left to Charles head,
opening a cut on the side of tho
challenger's right eye. Charles
drove a hard right to the law at
the bell.
ROIND 11.Charles appeared
fresh with both his cuts patched
up The challenger scored a left
hook to the body, then landed n
swinging right high On Wakolt's
haad. Joe drove a left to Charles

.. danced away Chaise*
landed i
then a right to lha body Trnv
boxed slowlv and carefulU
not M ItThey cuncasd,
then both nu>ed Tbi
t*>ld them t. atari lighting Wal-
cott landed a right lo the jaw.
Action slowed to a walk Just
before the bell Charles landed a
terrific right to the champion a
iaw. WaUott seemed hurt but
walked in straight to hi* corner
at tho bell
KOIMI IS Charles drove a
bard Kft hook to Wale,
ach .it the start of the thirteenth
round The Referee wanted
Charles. Walcott averted Charles1
aitaek with lefl labt bo the head
Walcott drew htoi
Charles
connected n stiff right to W utott*l
jaw Walcott was warned by the

lefl to Charlai
1 i Ch.irle-'
face They tzadsd several hard

ftoi'ND u Chi rtai
il the start of the four-
teenth round He drovi
ri/fht to Walcott'.-. jaw and tho
champion rltxagHad Charles land-
ed a left and a rigbl to the lira.*
Walcott ounehed Charlc
landed a righ| to Wal-
pie The. elmched
Walcott di left hook
to Ezzat't narks! misse-I
with | right but scored with twj
long Ufts to the body at the bell
ROIND .The referee or-
dered them to tight at the start of
the nftcenth round Charles
drove I left .in.) a rigfajl to the
champion's body Blood ran from
Walcott's nose Walcott drove a
right to the inw and the crowd
howled Joe stahl-ed two lefts to
Charles' face Charles drove
left and a right to Joe'a bodv
Walcott replied with u right.
Charles retorted with u left to the
a right to the head.
Charles was warned for low
blows. Charles drove a long left
to the jaw and the champion re-
plied with a right. They traded
blows as the bell ended the fight
T.P.
St. Lucia Wins
Cork Cup
neat o o.. Oaanaftasaasl
'ine 5.
Grenada earned their over-
mgh! first innings acora al ODg
for two t 94 for all. Oreaham 32.
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| a |
.
Crej Mia opened their second
innli.gs and at the elose of play
was 150 for S.
Grenada continued on Thuis-
laj a) the crea \>, ith (hi
night score 130 for and exactly
one h ir later Pierre fell victim
to Ci k closing the
mings for 196. Fletcher
efaatad for 54.
St. Luctg won" th*- tronliy by ajj
I IS run- Cnek took
I : : rum
In the presence of a large
1 Prod E. Dega
w|ft of the acting Admli
prawn led the cud to D. F J
Clarke. Captau St. Luctg
Prizes wer, .,. o present.,1 t.
ouUUnding pet for mere In the.,
series
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I'M I 101 R
HARBADO- UiVoi Ml
SITVRDAV. 'I'VE I, II''
BA^AD(5^ ADVOCATE
Our Common HrrilM|(r 7
Ik. F. A. Ihrat
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Saturday. Junr 7, 152
William Hart Coleridge
118 AIM IMOX*
A MEETING m Barbados of a branch ihe International Confeclemtion of Fret-
Trade Unions is an event of great impor-
Ln UM history of the island.
Trade Unionism in the world today is
sharplv divided between Communist-
dominated and free Trade Unions. The
tift between the two union ideologies was
effected in 1949. In March 1949 a mani-
festo describing the World Federation of
Trade Unions as dominated by Commun-
ist organisations was issued by the British
Trades Union Congress, the United States
Congress of Industrial Organisations and
the Dutch Federation of Trade Unions,
who had withdrawn from membership 0<
the World Federation of Trade Unions on
January 25. 1949.
Similar action wtl taken by free trade
union federations and councils in Austra-
lia, New Zealand. Belgium, Switzerland
and Sweden among other countries.
In June 1949 the dissenting unions held
a conference in Geneva which was attend-
ed by 127 delegates from thirty-eight
national federations of Trade Unions
claiming to represent 45,000,000 members.
In the sans* year the Communisl-doiH-
inated World Federation of Trade Unions
held a conference in June and this was
alt. ruled by delegates representing 71,000,-
000 members in forty-live countries
When the free trade unions established
on December 7, 1949. the International
Confederation of Free Trade Unions with
headquarters in Brussels a membership of
about 50,000.000 was claimed.
The nignilicant fact about international
Trade Unions today therefore is the cleav-
age which exists between trade unions
which are loyal lo the concepts and tradi-
tions of the Western democratic way of
life and those trade unions which arc very
efficiently ..remised and are busily en-
Raged in inculcating Communist tech-
HquM And beliefs throughout the world.
In the British Caribbean the avunl-Karde
of Communism is already tlrmly estab-
lished. Communists today make no secret
of their affiliations and a travelling sales-
man of Communist beliefs and doctrines
was recently reported in the West Indian
Press to be looking forward to the day
when all the peoples of the West Indies
. should become Communist.
The prSJtnCfl m Barbados therefore of
,),.;, .'.,'..', v. ho are representatives "I me
trade unions of the free world is a subject
for congratulation.
The Inter-American Regional Organisa-
tion of Free Trade Unions is faced with
the task (if combating the propaganda and
activities of representatives of the Com-
munist-dominated World Federation of
Trade Union*.
There is no merit In speculation as to
the desirability or need of trade unions in
the West Indies. The enemy today of pro-
gress in the WJrt Indies is not the internal
friction which used to exist between the
haves" and the "have-nots." The progress
of the West Indies entirely depends on the
united efforts ol all Us people to stabilize
the sodetj which has already emerged
and through education and training to
continue to build sure foundations for the
future. The enemy to West Indian pro-
gress is an enemy from outside: an enemy
who consciously or unconsciously owes
allegiance to the most powerful and des-
potic ruler ever yet known to world his-
torythe dictator whose decrees are
issued from the Kremlin in Moscow. The
weapons chielly employed by this enemy
are words.
In the West Indies these words are
aimed to create racial disunity, to foment
class hatred and to encourage the corrup-
tion of morals and degradation of the
human character.
The International Confederation of Free
Trade Unions is organised to defeat the
insidiouH propaganda which is dissemin-
ated from Soviet Russia. Quite recently
the Government of the Gold Coast was
I impelled to stop a subsidised airborne
Mb? ice of Communist literature direct
from Moscow to the Gold Coast.
The menace of Communism is not a
I,,.-, invented by Wall-street rinancers:
nor is 11 the liitimi ol journalists seeking
to titillate the mental appetite of its read-
ers. It is real. Communist propagandists
;iie highly trained to exploit the differen-
ces of race and class. The West Indies
therefore owe much lo the outspoken
frankness of Mr. Grantley Adams. C.M.G.
ana otner distinguished IcMUS of ClVM
union movements for their allegiance to
the International Confederation of Free
Trade Unions. Whatever the defects and
teething troubles of West Indian Trade
Unions the essential fact to be borne in
mind by all West Indians, whether trade
unionists or plain cltilMU, is that the
leading unions of the urea are taking Up
the cudgels in defence of the dtmOCTtUC
as opposed to the totalitarian way of life.
That is something for which we must all
be grateful.
The Aiic. of Reform
A* ttti conlun
began to get under way, it
became itH-reaslna.lv clear that
slavers in the Win Indies was
doomed Bewildered
strong current of aboUtlontfl
i England, some of the
j-l ir ' i ....; to ten the !l tO III.-
prove the lift it the sUvci. The
flogging <* females was abol-
i*hrd. the- punishment of males
Was restrained, labour on Sun-
day was forbidden and the
slaves were gran In. the rlghU
owning property and giving
evidence in a court of law.
Hut such improvements in the
slave code were not accepted
everywhere, and this BjVN iTCStt
impetus to the abolitionist cam-
paign In England That cam-
paign was not of course, an
Uolated thing. It was a part of
the great liberating movement
that brought reform to England
Itself, muking trade union action
legal. humanising the penal
code and passing the measure
that gave the vote to the English
middle, classes in 1832 Thai
this movement was to cflcct the
Wo Indies so strongly WSJ
chiefly due to William Wilber-
force, whose name was used as
a battle-cry by the slaves in
Barbados during the insurrec-
tion in Barbados in 1816; an*
when Ida health was broken,
the cause he hud chumploi.eri'
so effectively was taken up t'
Thomas Fowell Buxton.
In ihe West Indies, as in
Eniiland, religion was lo play *
powerful part in the reforming
movement. The Methodists, the
Moravians and ihe Ikiptlsta had
won the deep gratitude of the
slaves by th*r missionary
activities. John Smith. the
M, I -,. 1 pai>-m. died in Brit-
ish Guiana in 1824. a martyr fo
the cause of bringing Mhieauon
and the Christinn religion lo
Ihe slave- The year I- f"i that.
the Wesleyan Chapel in Bridge-
town was destroyed by n section
of the white population who felt
that the Mc'.indisls were unset-
tlinu the minds of the slaves by
te.irhing them ideas of equality
The Moravians fought to gel
schools started for the slave-
population. And it was a West
Indian delegation . Baptists
that helped to bring things lo a
head in England in 1833 and
finally persuaded tin- I-ngli-h \<>
SboUsk slavery as "rcpugnaii-.
to the principles of tt
Constitution and of the Chris-
Uan religion"
The Church Strengthened
In the early part of the nine-
teenth cenlury, the role played
|,v the Anglican Church was
,,,,, ri ohlc one. "I'lir rcntur>
nd -i half the door, "f the
Established churchos were closed
against the hundreds of thou-
sands of heathens by whose
physical labour the Industrial
structure was uphold" wrote I
former Principal of Cndrington
CMUtSjS, Except for the Society
for th( Propagation of the Gos-
pel, which gsvs Chrtstun
instruction of the slaves on Uie
Codrlncton sal it** in seooraanei
with UM will of ChrtfAOBMr
C'odrtngtmi, the Church of Eng-
Uuid bowed no sign >' bUt-
ing that the slaves possessed
immortal soul-. "We cannot
deny" wrote Alfred Caldlcon
-thai. the vast majority of
our fellow-subjects in the WSSj
Indies lived In unrelieved
heathenism amid the Bo-callcd
'parishes' of Jamaica. Barbados
and the Leeward Islands."
Hut Canning, the great Eng-
lish statesman who was then
Leader of the House of Com-
mons, saw the current of events
ami decided to strengthen the
Anglican Church in the West
Indies In 1824. He realised that
emancipation was inevitable and
took step* to prepare the Church
to play Its part in that great
revolution. The West Indies was
divided into two dioceses and
two eminent men were chosen
u. guide the Anglican Chun I>
through this iTitical lime. Chris-
topher Llpsromb was appointed
BIshOB W Jamaica, with the
Ilahamas and Honduras under
I William Hart Cole-
ri.lge w;i;. cWtnl < l>i- l ".' '
BUMdM UK) hlS diocese inclu-
ded the Leewan! Island1-. St.
Vincent, Grenada, Trinidad and
British Guiana The Bishops
were Instructed to report on the
state of the Church "particu-
larly as relates to the slave
population" and to ascertain
the best means of diffusing the
bstssflts of religious instruction
lo that part of the Community.
To prove h profound interest
in such instruction the British
Government undertook to pay
the administrative expenses of
the two dioceses, placed the
clergy under the control of the
III i . ''I'd funds foi
ipply of
trdcrs."
last's flrsl task was to
increase the supply of clergy.
Here he had lo right all over
again the battle that had been
waged against men like Sir
to keep UM i odrtnfSOB founda-
tion as l tool sos
boys. But Coleridge's efforts
were successful and in 1828
Codrington College was estab-
lished as a training college for
clergy and the grammar school
was removed to the site where
it began Us independent exis-
the Ixlge School.
years before Cole-
ridge came to Barbados, the
Combcrmcre Charity School
had been started for coloured
und Negio niluren and the
Central BchOO. faff poor whites.
Encouraged l>\ this, the Bishop
sel about the task of building
schools and by the end of his
episcopate, in BSStCS) of ihe disas-.
trous hurricane of 1831, the*.
one section destroying the cane-
flelds pnd estate bouseu and the
other burning down the chapels
.rected by the Dissenters for
the slaves. It is small wonder
that ihe propiets of despair
predicted that emancipation
would bring disaster and that
. would
folio* :he example of Haiti, bj
i xterminating the whites and
milling up a black republic.
Coleridge, like his colleague
in Jamaica, look up his task in
the nrm conviction that his duty
as a Christian B.Mwp was not
to Increase the hostility between
the planters and the slaves but
To neal the b:*ach between
these two classes through the
principles of Christian fellow
|Up He carefully instructed
Ills clergy that they should
enlist the support nnd co-opera-
tion M the planters in their
work among the slaves. For
him it was a mutter of .the first
importance that the work of the
Church should proceed In such
way that it would win the
number of 'schools had risen** confidence of the Negroes and
from eight to eighty-throe ara/ll st the same time secure the
the number of < hildrcn on thci.ll goodwill of their masters. But,
roll from fkvs hundred to sevei II where a vital principle arose,
thousand. He steadily incrcasffX*B he -.Id not agree lo any com-
Um number of clergy an I promssr. When thi low W M.
ehurehs* and gradually th-l Ilaru. Rector of SI Lucy, was
gave up such practices charged before a Court of
WILLIAM HART COLKRHX-K
as howling over their de.nl Mod
offering fi--i it ihi-ir graves.
Moreover, during ilk ve years
lollowing emancipation, he In-
spired the formation of twenly-
IWO Friendly Societies which
encouraged tin ift and self-help
among its 2.574 members.
All this was only part of the
vast programme Coleridge set
himself and. besides, he had to
find time to visit the other ter-
ritories of his diocese. For two
I,.,:. :.-! !..- IV. (hi:, lied
Church in the West Indies had
been without the services of n
Bishop ind it* members, in th..-
words of n certain lamentation,
had boon left to wander "in the
wilderness us sheep without a
shepherd." Coleridge worked
; to make up for the
nsstoet of the past but after
eighteen years his magnificent
energy began, to fail and in 1842
forced by ill-health to
mile from the See. AftCl
returning to England, he became
tn-i WardMl i>f -St. Augustine's
CoUoffQ, I'.m'erlmi v. mid held
that post until his dealh in
1B49.
The Reconciler
The ittuatloO fating Coleridgu
and Upseornb, when ton osum
lo the West Indies, was delicate
and dangerous. The Barbadian
insurrection of 1816 had been
followed by a revolt in British
Cuiau.i in 1823 and this in turn
was to be followed Liter by an
even more formidable upheaval
in Jamaica. Moreover, under
Buxton's leadership, the al>oli-
tlonlst campaign gathered pace
and miwuentum and few seemed
i gpoet that the great Issue
COUld !> M'ttled without vio-
Dd bloiwtshed. It was not
a huppv state of affairs, with
Grand Sessions for preaching
doss of equality to the slave-.
Ci.lendge stood firmly by him
and it wui largely due to his
ruppnrt that thr Rector wo*
eventuall* pardoned by the
King. POT lie eould not accept
iu> Christian doctrine the plea
of line planters that it was right
to maintain certain "distinc-
tions' as "necessary to safety."
Vet Coleridge hnd no desire to
follow the example of the Di--
Mmtcrs and incur the perma-
nent antagonism of the planters.
He was determined Dot t->
Identify himself completely with
any one section. He Insisted
that the Church should seek to
win the support of both sections
bv the thorough and earnest
manner In which It did its pas-
toral work.
The remarkable thing about
Coleridge is that he succeeded
in the extremely difficult role
he set himself. Gradually he
ltd all classes to look on
the Church na the one integra-
ting force in the island. His
work In this respect did more
than anyUiing else to bring
about n measure of reconcilia-
tion between planter and slave
and prepare them for the great
change that was to come. It
was mainly due to this that the
far-reaching social revolution,
known as the abolition of
slavery, took place peacefully.
His labours, like thoee of Ups-
eornb in Jamaica, were largely
responsible for the happy cir-
cumstance that emancipation in
the West Indiesdescribed as
one of the turning points in the
history of human progresswas
carried out without any of thr-
wild excesses that had been
mournfully prophesied ten
years before.
Ol It Hi:All! US SAY:
hoBSMtS T hope that for the sake
of the poor people the Govern-
ment may appoint district in-
spectors who will see that people
sell their goods at prices not ex-
ceeding those which are made by
Um Government
THEODON.
Hluvk Hurhl Svlling
To The Editor. The Advocate,
Silt 1 am Inclined lo think
that the hard living In Barbados
is caused in some way by many
:,Uei-
ln several districts shopkeep-
ers apply their minds to robbing
customers out of the wcightsand fo jhr Editor. The
measures due to them. Some
shopkeepers give customers the
maximum weights of riflecn
ounces of any article ss one
pound of avoirdupois which i-
equivalent lo sixteen ounces. I
have already seen shopkeeper
with a pint Un pressed in at the
top to prevent it from taking up
the portion of fluid for which it
was made to h-UI.
On the other hand, hawkers
who sell oranges, lime? and other
fruits are not always willing to
tell the prices of their orticlcs
To ask one the price of bananas
the answer may be "How many
do you want?". When you say
the amount you want, you will
get whatever the hawker wants
to give for the money. Some
will not sell except the amount
needed is stated. Theso deeds
help 10 create bad living In the
Island; not only done b) the
town-soUert but most sellers
throughout the island.
I was in Christ Church parish
a week ago. and saw a llsh-scllcr
retailing nsh at eight cents each
and vet I heard that the rfMQ
price'of one was sevct
Um
In order to get rid of this di-
Ihiminicn Anil Wiimir
Adooescs -
SIN. U ill le renumbered
that one of the MversJ pressing
11 ol paramount Im-
portance which Mi. Winston
Churchill bKklOd in-
ttaB of office as
Prim* Minister of Great Brit-
ain, the result of the General
Election of 25th Oct.. 1*51. was
Um question bow to put an end
to the "cold v.ir' which threat-
ened to flare up into actual hos-
tilities between Great Britain
and her former gallant ally and
thereby pttmge the Nations Into
a war. ihe like if which no
i ro has witnessed ssoes
Uon ol the world. As a
* wards thai end. Mr.
Churchill proposed a meeting ol
"The Big Tnrct:" ihe Heads
of Um Governments of Great
Britain, Ihe cmted States of
lo arriving at. a
woritabb betwi
the three former sIIms, whose
gallantry and united bloody
won Woild WD II.
and thereby save thi
other countries ot

States of Nazi Germany, for all
times. The reaction from
Capitol 11) to Mr. Churchill's
proposal, not being encouraging,
he publicly declared his deter-
mination ta i icet His Excellency
Joseph Stalin, whether Presi-
dent Truman joined him or not.
Peeling Hut this Great and
Slrcng Man of Our Tunes de-
fcerved the support and encour-
Sgi n.eni of every man and
woman wi;hin the British Com-
ilth of Nations, for his
indomitable courage, and de-
termination to try alone, If ne-
the world frcm
| blasted into bits, and
knowing th,- sentiment of my
fellow-countrymen and women
on the subject. I sent Mr.
Churchill, on the morning fol-
lowing the afternoon of his
ibis declaration (13th
November last) the following-
'The Bight H.mour-hle
Eh r.ccr Churchill
Prime Minister of England
No. 10 Downing Street
On behalf of the people of
Dominica. B.W.I.. I send you
hearty congratulations on your
projectet Russian policy, which,
if adopted, will save the war-
cnppled World the unspeak-
able horrors and devastation of
an atomic war draw upon you
and yours the blessing of Heav-
en, and for which. Posterity will.
the more, bless and cherish your
memory."
Yours etc..
W. W WYI.l.IS.
Ex-Journalist.
NOBODY'S
DIARY
MondayBeing a thirsty wayfarer in the|
City ut Bridgetown I approached the
Italian drinking fountain just opposite
the Waterworks
Bui when I tried to push the cock in
and the water out 1 huit my thumb.
It was just as well because people with
stronger thumbs than mine get a bath
from the splash.
I am sure the waterworks would fit a
cock which does credit to this lovely
oasis in the City: and there must be
enough cement and masons available tu [
construct a proper cistern.
While the waterworks do their stuff!
the Civic Circle will no doubt plant;
some flowering shrubs in this miniature
park and then someon** might be inter-,
ested enough to construct some stone
seats.
TuesdayThe side of the Public Buildings
which does nut contain the House of
Assembly has three beautiful stained
Class windows.
As you go up on one side you read
"Render unto Caesar the things that
are Caesar's" and as you come down on
the other "And to God the things that
are God's". Upstairs another stained
glass window which has been damaged
commemorates the beautiful words "Un-
less the Lord build the House their
labour is but lost that built it."
On the other side there is a hideous
modern structure labelled Ladies Lunch-
eon Room or something to that effect.
If there is a stained glass window hidden
by this monstruosity I wouldn't be able
to tell you being a stranger in those
parts.
Outside the Public Buildings nailed on
to a shade tree is an ugly sign about cars.
What is required is a neat little note
saying "The samaan tree which is com-
mon in Port-of-Spain is rare in Bridge-
town: this tree was planted here by . ."
"Or simply a little board saying "This is
not a samaan tree: though it looks like
one."
WednesdayAfter all the heat that has been
generated about electricity someone
wants us to take our clothes oil or near-
ly all. To keep cool I suppose. Personally
I wear my shirt flapping over my neatly
cut blue shorts and open from top to
bottom. And I know just enough aboul
electricity to keep my shirt on and to be
thankful for what light I gel in this
island of darkness.
The other night when the lights grant
out my four-year-old son outclamoured
Claudius with screams for "Lights."
When he got light in candle form he
didn't like the way the flame jumped. I
can remember when it was funny to re-
peat the story "look at moonlight com-
ing out of a "half-pint bottle." The way
some people go off the deep end about
electricity you'd think they weren't
brought up on oil lamps and pressure
lanterns. Ah! well.
ThursdayThey're on about women now.
Madariaga is good about women. He
quotes J. B. Morcton who published his
impressions of the English West Indies in
1793 and who reproduced a local adage
which went like this:
"Creole Misses when scarcely ten
Cock their eyes and long for men."
That was a long time ago and presum-
ably there has been some progress since
then but there sure seems a lot of spade
work yet to be done for women. Why not
a Queen Elizabeth Home for Young
Women?
It's her birthday isn't it
FridayThe Barbadian I would like to see
written up more than any other is the
one whose face lutngs painted in the
House of Assembly restaurant.
He is described as the Father of the
Agricultural Societies. "What a good
name to leave behind you."
SaturdayThat reminds me. Who left be-
hind those two rusty guns up in Ihe en-
trance to the House of Assembly? Maylu
they have a history, but at present it
covered in dust. Better present them tc
the Garrison Officers Mess, what! Or de
tail a cleaning party in Part-one order;
for gun cleaning. Have we got enough
guns for an exhibition? If so we coulc
cart them all up lo the Garrison anc
leave them there.
P.S. Little Bo-peep has lost her shee;
and I know where it is^lying on the S;
James beach with its tummy open am
smelling like overnight flying-fish.
Kissian Manoruvrrs Conducted Off Japan
TOKYO. June 6.
RUSSIA is conducting naval and air man
oeuvres off the northern tip of Japan, accord
ing to Japanese Press report:'.
Kyodo News Agency quoted the Japanese
national police headquarters in Kushiro on
Hockaido Island as saying that Russian war-
ships and planes are operating oft Nemuro
on the western tip of the island.
It said vibrations of shells used in target
practice could be felt in Japanese coastal
towns and searchlights have been seen.
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^ .TIRIiW JUNE 7 l52
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACE FIVE
I iiified Trade Union
Movement Urged
CAVALRY >l\ll. II HAM
_ from eage 1
The Barbados delegate empria-
ssed the need for a social secur-
M throughout t
bean urea in order that worker,
might have some i.n
' I old *.(['
Mr. R. C. Tello (British Gui-
i
said that at one stage of the rv-
Ing Chairman of the
ference on the u.mki..g
caili leader though!
individually rather tha
lectiv.l. He
jtpn
nd
:-
over the apathy ot tri-
ers and their indecision as re-
gards which u-
lead them, and said that one
found that politician
told the worker* thai tha lead-
ers of the unions were not
qualified to Wad them.
He also spoke of than
i- interest In classes organised for
of their own benefit, and said that
olt.I.T.. he waa prepared to tuin often those selected to lectu
on a bombardment against it. but often arrived to And that the
since hearing tha excuse and ex- workers them^elve*. were absent
u given by (ha Chairman, There was no co-operation
he was forced to sympathise with among Ihc working class people
D then efforts to surmount of Trinidad, he said,, and in hi*,
rtaui obstacles and hurdles viow, Trinidad in this respt-ci was
which they encounti'ir.t very backward. Every leader, ha
lli<:hllht said, was In fear of losing ths
Then .one high wo'kers of his union, and thev
light that could not possibly pass WM n at ,0* M ln whBl '''
without giving *> ,_ .
the impression that O.IM.T. ad- Mr. C. Fernusson (Grenada*
mittedjhat within its present or- brought greetmg-. from the Gre-
ganisation, work within the nada Workers Union.
Caribbean would have been diftl- that they in Grenada hoped that
cult because the amount of work the Conference would do some-
ascribed to the functions of thing to the everlasing benefit of
O.B.I T. was so voluminous that the West Indies aa a whole.
CBITUARY
Mr. (. Q. Eeluteifl
HIE dt
A DETACHMENT of Mounted Polic#. under the eommsncl of Stall gargssnl Andrrion of the Royal
Csnnd.au Mounted Police, "march past" the saluting baa* at the Quo* i Birthday Parade on Thur-day
OBIT wbi so voluminous that "* **-ra inoies as a *n*ic. _,
"' Returns To B'dot
Mr. Tello
I place
kid thai il was well
k',vn Vha, it ;;.. ;,i,o ,mji" . Socruu. -I h.v. laboured, said tha, vvhil,. undo, lb. .,....
,iblc lo divorce entirely anv not *> "">. not lo lament, but M ui 1
Record Crated
Atlenat Carnival
,l,v not xo mocR, not o inmeni, uin ' * >' anil OR.l.T..
labour movement from mlitics to understand the actions of they looked forward t<> a great deal itotrssor Bobert Clifton, I \'
ST^\Mc7un^X^u!lh, men/' and build on it, and then of assistance, but .'lagu,.., who recant* arrived P-rfc
union movement was he they would have laboured to ll wan not will- Barbadoshis second visit In rbu '
thought something to" be wel- ch-rstand the probl.
corned: agpeelally whan the poll- w^ Indies.
lies was evolved from the Uadi
i'l <
ml t<> gu


lie was
knaMvn was the third SOB oi Is*
I
i- ll* ear-
.
: .
'
i: i ;in
P rt ii Blown ti
aalr set
standard in dress a* an .mien:
i ortsrulturiai ha aai
'the .ti ivtv

l<\ quiet bul
nveslm nl

ice -rdlng tn him became
ill 11 IM [ ..III '
He oache* .md was
Iwajn u ads s In mom
tht BXpangc Of UN Vestries and
tha Laftslatura bul mi Lntete I
\ iMinpanion and
.
i manj


In ini ling healM
1 mllad his s< tlvttvei i "' ha en-
Ii ivoui td ' ki
friendship ha h
, Bjcvad
Ha m n an lad lo M
Cronaj and had
sorrowing kdo-a
Com pen sat ion
Those problems concert-od each
t ( Uv v.irlous territories in the
0 last (or th<
i sfa)
the hif to fall and allow the l.CF.T.U. 79M -Will |N> giving a sh... A' daughter deepes.
Utlvs lo dd their domestic WWjhWI .. .. d msttt*MW.sh.p Wt e.e ... ^
Club Morgan to-night and ,.i the "" ", "- Ml|,,us ""w *>'
Globe Theatre on ihe li:ii .....i
. ' pen had

Inch at times appear* t
<:real Sacrifices
K'lli.
This magician, a M< |
Wa mual be prepared to go Frenchman, is supposed to bit able
Mr. (slltllstoiM'
\lt>\\ I'll
Union mnvrmeiit. lather than the
trade union movement evolved
from pol
thii sreat gflawasagajl that It area' he ",d- The wpl' **'ch all out and build'a unified trad? to hypnotise one "and then send ~ ^T'"
has brouVhl us aVeraa. Void. thln workmen, compensa- urn. lYOrth, to be re- nandlM SrMlgh the per**.'- W" ---' ^"'hit.o,, .. T(u. ^^ l,,UMI.t(
I can hardly say If we are going -"'a ** Q"' IJ specled throughout the civilized and besides this and many othei ,,":*% '' ' Teicenten..i | I
lagsaart or haekwardu I throw :ind many of the other islanu ., hard task and it is tricks, he Is an acclaimed Arc r**?1 "' ""'""k Oeneral Hospital 14 M
out this to thoae people who are the education of the Uade union f0r Us to make up our minds and eater, though the latter feat is ,'""''' *""!? .. "''"L.1"*" pr!" s,on Bowen of the Gulf Oil Cot
anxious to serve and to employ members a question of par- deteimlne v.iat part we will play not on his programme for to- mled a, colourfui sight when ho poffUon in Ihia island,
the means of legislation and amount Importance to all the jn tht. great task." We have to nieM appeared before the Park Hci. Mi llow ..-.wing scho.
rompuMon by leglaUtlon islandsand he was glad in tha make great sacrifices which 61e Since 14 ycra old when Robert dte,**d ,n IoP haV "*. ue a clei k n, BrtdM
rather than using the machln- latief respect to see that II had worthwhile making, so that those Clifton decided he could do a bit Riovo' a, nii ''*" >ick and Joined the British Wtt Indl
ery which bi really Milted to been urged that they would who come after u< will And a in Ihe magician line and whan winc co'o*"*''' shoes. He had Regiment m the 1914-111l War ni.
d-maeralle trade unions." Mr. utilise the (acihties oRered by the foundation upon which t work. I he went on the stage for his school "^'d" h,m "" *ring an served in Eg>Pt WhtTl h
Tello said. Ul Ivaralty College of the West am aure thst the hardest task is pals, he has travailed In many BVenm ,,""'s w"h '** lovCT to IM rank M .Sgt. Majoi On h
He obser\-ed that in Barbados Indies. the beginning, but the most of countries to perform tha matrV ma,,'h lhose he *"* waring. rct.urn, "'."'V'"'"^ 1" V
Uta tWO thine- were a* mtegrattd The other important question all Is the maintenance of that tricks he has -nulled the kiu.. Th stalU afforded many forms hat dapartment v<
because of lha paucity of neccs- was the question of federation whkp [s vsu,i,|i>hed. ' entertainment such ,.s th,. lu.ky '0!,,a L ,, ! 11"
["ken which was very Important to the -tfade Ch, h*J II- has visited Belgium. II..1', #* whaal of fortune ..n thai ili was working class people of the island.. Iicv(.r irl iu ,,,,,. : p In thi park House L"SgJJ!" Vj^hT
-- requiremenu overnight." he attracted logo audiences and ,co,Lc^1 w"*.ftaBed.and.a f*e [ CoaU's and opened htg own pi
vute businesN and whel
let! 1
Mr. Alexander said. 'There has during the war be
the wisii of the leaders Ihnt this because it touched o,i the
important organisation should economic existence.
run parallel with "***":g Mr. Fergusson dre* attention to been ,|lH ,tril)eiiP , th. ,rilrtP ,,, Anien U 't*-!at.on that one 0'W the reslilctloni> placed on certain , muVenit.m uVnUfhotll Ihe Hi. pieaont aide Is a fellow O"* P'* wa ld " the Quion-
hardly dlffarani n the ,,,, who, because they were dvlUfe(, lw.l(i lllul 1Tt lht. ,.s,;,b. (ulll ttm.m ,,,,.,, F1t,.M(.(. Weal Ind-n w..y ,.f llf. knowing URrtliiung to Barbados a ye.
T^S!^ JfT!iLS^SS!i -21! !^^" ? unie*oo we He has arranged u. act in concert housewife and the dlfteulUee ,lllu hf> w<7. h.-,t at Seawall All
lnothers
!/- had to tie paid bet.......ne
ild enter the
the ,
Political Movenicnl
11 nlttton Ol the win king chug peo- k^
pie were labelled Conmiunist ,
Mr. Adams had said that the und urgc es depend- (recdum of movement between
ad greal deal on the growth or Inc 4aiBndai
trade unionism stnmg and pow- M c p Alexander, membei
erful and side by side ith a po-
LlttcaJ inovrment which was
kbour. That, he said, 1m-
n aj .,n .icknowledge-
meiit of the fact that these two
must go side by side.
to take the san MM with the Boodh
.Ken to build their
i with
its achievements until such lime
as we ha%*e been able to command
'.of each and
I tha Sub-Committee of O.H.I T W|thln tno ieip0ctive territories.
md a vice chairman of the Con- A unlfled .,,,. unlon movcmcnt
knowledge- \ l these two the growth of the LCJT.T.O. anu ,ivc un,u or flf8QCiates, are agw h
agencies. He obsen-cd that in ll(j ,.ve.Vr,ne in themselves strong.
I,L__- ill.- __kllM_h annk nnj ....
Rabins Bout
rrt'S.- rograiiiinellold L'p
exuerleneed In trying t, ^rl ,ulH.IvlMI,u ,|- .
ni;ike "t-o en.l rt f ,n. runway anil tail i I
There w H much applaue at the Quit 111]
erul of this (day lit .1 llugal par- Alway, a bmlv tltiiie
fdrmtnei wa not clven. |fl the llowen despite hi- tl
ateel shed a fair crowd danoad was ol a rugged CfJtWUtuuon
to the musir of a stee' ban,I.
... ahort illness and unajipat '
-^ death wa* a .evere ahork tn h
'f''* "' """'" niaterial ,, #. family and friend,
*** i;.Ji Jll.Md,'nV"...n"ne whV." Klfllnjr ,,,..,;, JJa^ ^ tWO,
r\uu'^;;.''lhe'oUd!on"nlT,i. uV'tliKJCoivJl Wll/lOIlt Livfin'V Sd Uw OUVtr Ol El
rle. nnlllical .neeetl" almosl everyone had hia own roncept, bul r.,,,i 1,, , __ M I, that all ''*"""? """' M.....' (in K S, \m.,\ and ana O | 1
,, the rank, of trade unin......... ':,,"..^.JmenS 'n Si ^f " h,' ,V ,-, M,. I'. A V. ..
tad with lha there waa no difference In con. .,,. .,...,,. ,,... ,,,~'"" "< ""' boat, already ,, lorcowliil rataUvt
''' li." "'T,'d"'Cirao,u.. ""n', ......'' 1. ,, propo^d ,......,,r,
bj might be. had an identical con- Fin.dly Mr Aletmider pledge,! U ..>< t...ed ........ ..i th< f i .....-, iont OfuneM with hard
i nl that now rent, provided that their minds hlmaelf to be "pioneer of this great -Jinei labour for exceeding the
ter into the were not flavoured with miy form ind im|>ortant co-onlinated and A quantity of silver ball arrived limit while riding the aulocyt e
the Caribbean of politics. central body of the Caribbean during the week from Hrltish J- 3 on Black Itork Road Ul
they shoul I He stressed the importance of Trade Union Moveinent,- and Guiana. Hexible wo.xl for spars June 4 about 11.05 a.m.
approach this matter with thi building up and InaUtalnlng .1 said, "I am sure that the unifi- *d '""" s: The same .Magistrate alto fi-- l Kr.-tn.ilil ItlHtl ol I
feeling that there must be a str0ng pou-erful and unilied la- cation ' thii movement will be There is howc.cr still a great Bast 1 aine tutfl growtiS of these (wo organisa- ^y movement but warned that greatly admired by all West In- "" '' sfarii Itardwood, nyeleon Black Rock road nithoul tin- larceny ol N gallons or 1
lions, not as he said integrated. ,ney >houid ile^r c\mi 0f in,n. dlnn statesmen like Mr. G. H llv" "'*> Md Other hardwood having .. licence. Tim paint valued VJO" and :..... toe)
but growing side by side. vidual politics. Adams who have not only ex- for the interior of the boats. be paid in two months or there board vali
"I am not prejudiced 1 ,P0- | the world 1h*t the i^tti., t
Statn man ship great as, bul have mam- *tt\' wn . a Imprlsonmenl with hard I
laaln td ':' Uw OU OP |'rUIIWS Both cases were bn.ugln by C|
J..1
Paint, Board
Stolen
*re should
are doinn
very good and adnunible work in
the political lield n. ive up poli-
.. come -solely and undi-
videdlv into the trade union
movement, I ask Ihe questionis
th.it a fair request in make to po-
I it fair for the Held of
polities i" ihe Caribbean? I say
Mr. Tello Bounded a note of
warning in pointing out that if
1 leaning on peo-
ple who were kind to them and
whose intentions were good, but
politicians, they
He expressed great admire- woiklng class people." Bu I
tton for sUlcsirun'hip. but said
he hid no admiration for poli-
ticians, mi matter how sreat
such politicians might he. A
-i ti.-iii.m. he said. * not
merely a politician, and he ad-
mired one who identified him-
self a> a *i.irM" 11 of hut coun-
try and one who was prepared
te do ever>thlnc possible for
the bcnclit of his colony as a
whole. They In the Caribbean
li irl a sreat deal of experkme
With politicians. He had
and Polie.- I !
MO I
15'. I. II.ill I
lit.30 pin on M
.. it, i.n \l:iv 30
..!.-!.. it \m.iii, ..f Ken
lb.ii'-.-. Chi u 1 Church, repo -
that his botsM
entered bj in unknown man be
M .. in and 1.00 p.m Dl
Nothing was si. lei
Tin- thief entered thnnniii
open l.clio in WlndOW '"lit iii<<
his escape, having behind
.._. Usnng of .- 1
., Ail all i>tI'l
;,, the C.il.1niiade BtOTC during Wad<
ii '"..... ;i- d SI "'s,,y nlhl' Kenneth Bri.II.
Letter* Of
Admininl ration
pendent one. Thev were facing The" trade union movement piled, and laid that there were
iger of labourites who could also subacribe to the uuild- differoncn between uidividual
ome da* would find themselves ing 0f u country In the interest of groups.
lost nt sea because there ,h; WOTkmg class people It was Alter explaining the position of
was not some great politician on -^.^ movement, and he was O.K I.T.. he warned that the greet-
whom to lean, nor was there any su delegates would realise It., cst danger which could come
encouragement if they allowed iniDr,.;in.e. ft was a movement the movement now was the
the workers to Brow uo with the wmih wafi going to place in the flltratJ n "f '"mmun.st lift,
feeling thnt there must be some h ,s f W1|ling trade unionists columnists into their midst, though
1 lncm- something which, if wisely used, he shared Ihe denunciation of the
~ eesfld be of great Interest to nil tactics Ol labelling I"
Dlincer ^ m moVements In "'"' """,1'.....
Concluding he said: "The dan- L^'^,,,, nt ih workir
ger is that some day. there might t,11" '
, dearth of such people, or He recalled
es of poiiiiu.ins "were to be ad- Wo:. D Di ol Porhani, s. Laalue] of the Tramc Br
., baa trade anJoniat 'm* w-s fined 30 1-. ... j st.,ti
"We should alwavs be prepared 14 days or one month's ini- -------
t ,-uar.i 1 Lnsl poll- prteonment by His Worship Mr.
ticiana who are only willing to C, L tValwm >e-t,il,.> t,
disrupt rather than to assist In driving a motor van on Bin.*
building a treat society of trade IOM a* 10 muag P*r hour.
vnioni'-n. 10 the (nilised world." CpL Jones attuched to th'
ii said that he wan in the C<
Itumoiilili Kepliees - teadaj tn.
on duty on lllack It-K-k Ilou,| on Allan O.llyinoi,. granted
-.uldi. the Acting Clialr- March 20 when he mm Uie van petit.......r .., ... (tobart ,.. .
man ui iu re,.lv to the various Irt-ing driven at a fast rate. He Matthias Village. Christ Church, AU" "" "'"'t'1''1"" "' ""' '
UOM thanked th* VgriOUl Checked the s|>eed of Ihe van a. [>< n-l'-'il-'d the ineidinl to 1
Police He stated thai a I
ased. wai removed from per hour. Mr f> II I. Wai I 1 ioor\
.(f Oniii
...... r ,i j-.,~n# fix C ----------j 1. .! >> ,.>' observation* .iuhik-ii *"* vin-u ...*.va.-M .a.c |nvu "i in.- vmi uri'i i*r i> >
*1*t&**2^-t SeCff ..ti^i-l^ ii rnari foi iheir remarks arvl k-w it was being dr.v-
/onvent hat aejftteal earear eenfct be e* greal ... pas h-ur and the speed limit on Louisa 8
L':m iEbLk &?U U,,"'l*.r r'L^, SElS* S! thit there were thatroad is 20 m.les p. Mr. D. II l
NO ACCIDENTS
On th<
. then
11 cci dents
period Tn.
by Meaars. Hutclnnson & Bai
ii'*id. s-ihiit'.i-, appeared f< ths
petitl
I Reno '. fa TIM "-ill of Arnold A, King ill
ere no cases of mail <- Kt Mi. had *| admitted 10
r the Bank-Hi
many
the In- __
WATER FLOODS
PLAYING FIELD
At the P
icket pitches, it is how
and pi- nloa but the day wa*
inev.-ntl.il one tbl
f the work'iig class people com- such agency, with a view t
furthering the education of II
One of the important tasksJ*tln trade unionists In hSaM parts.
in. doubtful that these wnkets will
cJL.? I? Ik.' One of the Important taskj with t,,,,!,. unionists in these parts. be ready to, the coming ijrtckel
national political move- made by the Secretaiy 01 im whk>h |hf mijVemt.ni was laced Ml. ,.,,.,,,,, ,,..,, .. ,.;80n.
ment would ie of such that it British Trade UnjonJ^g*^ ,n; f ,. the prttmoUon ,,> faellng thai Um work- Whenevei then
would lake Up all the lime of Whatthe *Wau}TWdlLV^.^ rtu,tlng to th. Ol 0 ln- ,,,s ^^^ thould not enter the sal
these great men and we wonld received wsavnot lug|hgg" ddldren. and said tt w <* ed ooTities. and countered that karate, and to
nd the leaden of trade unions ing from he-ven. buteonsethtog important pieces of ..... and of the Held
like losi .beep without a ahe,>- vvhich; ^ had ^' "' .,..; ,hl.t, ,(()lk ,,,,, |n ,.,., ilyrent-
,ePherd that was kind, f^fg^-SS,S^t!l^Sb .... '"... (. -. sh- ..id the woraw Big dance
that this danger gn*_!lff!K iVY?~^i?: Se also urged the establish- j^ CcnierWice then adjourns
cnt of a COUrte Or course* In the nd ,a(cr wCn, |n,0 cjommiltCe t \ ill'" DaW OH Web .
rith nudtera on the Agcmia. Thl om of Uh la
A rtre at I..." II. I'lantallo
S< .I ,,.: \ ..t->nt HO 1
on Thursday burnt four and
half acres of second crop ri|i
emirs, two ,11 it
ratoons, four acres of trash an
live ,.< res of ui gre 1. lw !'
pcrty ol I' <: Scab f (i
I..II.I. Chnst Chinch.
5 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
i READING ROOM
HOME-DRESSMAKERS ARE THRILLED WTTH
-l.ul. I 1
hn'IIV .11
r-l It .1
nd
that ------ --------- r _
urged that this danger and traaV-
be co BlU stage bean to struggle and light to obUin
before Ihei all live lo regret it nd enjoy the respect or the em- ment 01
^' ffOSfffc the Ihe'cmversMvCoHege of the W ;Tplen^"S2on was held lav ever iO be he.d in the P..._
-,!, ,' ^R unification of trade unions In the Indies, the Colonial nlgbt st nine o'clock. The grounds wen well lighted
trade union." In Trinidad and West Indies called for a great deal mid Welfare Organ.sat
i I
ii.^in.i
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a vsenssaan 1
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2 SuOmli.' !" .
a ah. Ai<. waa>coatg
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try HARRISON'S for
WEDDING GIFTS
ANNIVERSARY and
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Our Stocks, all quile new. include
11 u.i 1 (,111 in nATBB n:\111:
ll'i-,h Kiiivi-s and Kofk*. Tea and t'offre SpMina. Toiisl Karks. W.iilrrs.
I'imdiiiH 111 S,i. .M..111U11I Braaal Bo.-inls. Silver Table Bells alc.l
imh i.io.x a \inn:iu.i:r FKumiXES
(The latter with beautilul laee effect*) and
1 /, romp if Ihe famem 1Mil III V II l//#.
in which we have i\er 100 pieces, all diUcrent. fr*nn which \u may iIuhim-
CAMAY NYLONS
3or "Sheer "
flight
60 (iuu^e 15 />' H I
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$2.80 per pair
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BBS i million-rc cose nsl-lo-
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1 itifni For ihe unusual qualitf
0< i' '.* if i their kuuutr aoS
rt.l.7 ol (KTurt (Was
pfu'eniofiil perfection to evor*f-
mm| fou rnaks OiT-drewss,
.- '.in", gown wm)
chiidf tn't wear . ll wtll M UM
'" ot your Irlcndi
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9rii.il. Ctlantu timitsd, tsnoon. art u* rropr*toi$aftfm trad* Mar* 'CsMAsaT
Aniamted Opinions
fil
Saiy* Mr. Leo King .
TOO can MMJ0M IT
BUM. THE NUKEIEST TREAT-
Tofe
The Perfection oi Conleotion
MADE IN U.K.
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ron:niY
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wati:r pans
CKI.IXi.OII) KINGS ele.
Seleet early from
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FOR BEST RESULTS FROM YOUR
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USE
KOS.SOI.UN MINER \l. MIXTIRE will. Vitaasln D
FOR CATTLE
A generial Tonfe and Appodser. Damp ihe ford
snd sprinkle Mixture M it /
KOSSOIIXN MINUAL MIXTIRE with VlUatln D-
Ii Increaaa -i of i-aymg Birds
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PAGR SIX
BAJtBADOS ADVOCATE
SATURIMV, JUNE 1, IBS*
CLASSIFIED ADS.
I III < MIIIIIA I'l III l< SALES
TELEPHONE 2301
IX MEM0R1AM
HAIIIK: I
We ml* you nm
.0.1 loving face.
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7 Mli
AWOi NCBMBNT8
WAMIII
HELP
*- App.v
tall ifXMam tungaloev Two
-BM In
I OH MIK
AI'TOMOTUT
bull: oiii/W'
Tractor
fraciitm rf UIA
v Qnw Dial *i*
1. M n
NUTICK
Often in wtium will be
Oourtaay Oarage. Wmu m
Oa>e 11 Perd Prefect C
IEAL KTATI
PEDFORO DrjJVBeYY VANS Iff
mmnlUlf dei.ver> Co%arl*> Garage
im.1 Mia i *
BARBADOS (O-OPERAT/Vr
BANK UM1TE0.
<>ini\tii uiMiAt nimc
Notice M hrreBy given Out the
Clrdinarr Oral Khiim of ihe ate**.
twined Cnmpar.v will he l.e d at the
Chlldrer I Goodwill League Hall, off
ConaUluUen Road, on Tnurede.-. lam
June. Iraki at S p m for In* following
ATHXOKT Lower Mac* lto>> *.
Ui'hOOl. Ur.dUif on l.a frf Bn acre of
>'ii eoeitaining j bed mania, drawing
dreaafc* rearr*. garage and partoua
.aid BeaatrM tight WC and Bat*
M-pIv on premise* lo Mr* flladya Baal
fl a In
Filet aWM. .IBaia a-owaa ..-<
TBOTAaVfclaaTr
Tc
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ih.
ts:
CM Morris CM
ran S.ax--
[.- HM
:aj ...,
- ..'',".'
CAlV-VBvJh>l Veto* llhp II mnlh
Id. dan* . mllca. Pouchraana BtBRe
(h red uphnWtVry Owner ilrim
>n be aeeei al Courtee* Oarage M>
7 B I I n
Car.- 10 In I1
e-ve-vlng l
Ova II
1TUATION Young Ri
ingle. e-Ro\el Nat. now In Londci.
a*u fond Ml until ii M n-.btdo*, fcni I
rppenranea. lop ta lawn art, and drl *
i -'.*.. TOM smith
CAIIfl-Onc III Tilumpn ta>fl""
. von ! ftr*t >* condition Mileage
v.. imm and battery like) net* Ona ill
(..in. "Right" newly pentad. eo.tdiUoa
(.llen_. CheVeee Oaraga IHO
M -..
MIACRLLANI OUs
TWTNTV-HVI: IXiliARfl eatia Bo .
fr.m Urdiii.i.i"! \oi as lacttnuaeitd.
lion* In '
4 a -tar
I POCKET MONEY eatii) ear
>mitending .1 arw luoacflbcn
RjanrrvnoN In ona m
OTflemfnt vni'H iscoarr i
-. .. IAH.
irpJBlU'
o-lre *-"
IT.ItMI.VW.
Aaot.nl lha Balance B*tee1. a Stale-
"iant o( Iraonva and Eapawdllura.
and ana Auditor Hanon Tha
abova Baworla ana] ArcounU will a*
, pjg M I 1 frl.fL..,. \V,i
To lianaaat lha Oratlnarv buifan of
tha Coanpan*
Br ordar of tha Banrd
NOTICE
Mill If
M*'T"H CVClJt-Anal MO c a Baal
>nta* Twin Port RBtlng R"J*
ilaaga IfJH D BaffBer FWBtta^aaTi.
Wll.ll ...
Arm.icATios's
a^arl Bt Phi Up a Vr.tr.I EKhlbltKini
mabk al lb. f m-.bamwra Brhool. will
r tar.ivaal b lha >inanignad no*
ilar than Monday lath Juno, IffBt
Cmdldatn mil \* win of P
i trnltanad rlriumRawn and
a not laaa JBan MS yaara nor
than kl'i vaara old on Uio lat Sapiambol
A birth Cattlfleala mual ba forwarded
with an appltcalMn^ fonv ohlamnl Iron,
lha Pan- i ""*
f> w Bcon. >
llriK to Iht \. '
SI Rnllips
m NO ALOW Slonawall Bungalow
moana aa Banyan Baacb, Bngniop. Blacfe
' -. laml allchaal, with II,tW aquara
-< jl land loarato.
11 a aboaa praaaartj wiU bo art up por
.. b Public Coanpatition al our OnVa,
JaBaM Btroat. on Friday tin Juna. al 1
YEARWOOD BOVCB.
I III I \IIOMl
lHt I.iUM.l -I IHMH.
irll\<> BKAMINATIONa
r bo.. wlaaahU of anloruui th.
arnaoi ip f)paanBor lornt of IBM. ar
BMlim BaamlnoUon will Ma hald at
w Lodga Bcnaaal an ftaiwralnr Juna flat.
B*flB>ni"l at IB o cMCh a m
ApaHlraina naual not ba younaar than
Mgr* anal mnnlhi or oMar Ulan II
-\ data of Examination
i la notifi lha Maad
BO* latar lhan SaO'rday Iffh

aaBta
ln>. '
mjHH ibM aaau* m parttrul
ItBa rm>* anal agon af lha
So Bay will Ba alliaad b, _
Mirataa I..r-li-l"-i unlaaa *uah
faa-nuillun hna baan tubmlttad
1 lha akova
On Friday lath Inet al our Of
s.. |7. Hlgti Btroai:
li BBnraa Bnrbadoa Plra haauranca
3 FBBBfaV Ltd
IB lew Co LM
BO ,. tl Hum Raflnary Ltd
M Bnrbadoa Co-Oparativa Cotton
F-tory Ltd
COTTUt CATTORO CO..
Mtafigfi
AUCTION
UNDEB THE DIAMOND
HAMMER
I -.! -t. m
vitora of lha i
na. IV,1 I
r ...1 In-ii
r BuH H I B*
aall bv aiKtlOn
. Wailbui
WfldB i
TIIACTOBS. Maaaar-ll-ul
>iaon with numaroua
OaJBgB Dial al IB
.1 r-r
THA<-TOROna i|) Fnm all A
itii r^BMururtH Lin -i.d M-wi
I
TRUCK TIP
HIST Ona I
BUD IIYltHAUI-IC
I Only. New-for Im-
Dl*l **"l Courlaay
NOTICE
III < TION
I lirHFJIY giva not)
i...ir,ird lha Parochial B,,i!
-nd Btrart, Hri aaj.
M
.bar-
a> iho placo
pariin of Si
ratal) <( ... IBM
I Va.irvmr.
aaambla uri
. )
\ UCKB-Or/ ill IBM Bedford Titiek.
IBM Fordaon Ttuf*. Ill IB ford-
ac* W.lh Dual Oaar ilr IBaa FUdfOfd
iwX All lha abovo ar* in Wajn--
Mor.ii... lha Hh day of J
twtan Iho hour, of IB and I) o'clock in
lha morning to alact j Vaitryman foi
IhO Pariah of Bl Michael In tha plan
ChnHophar Auguatua Brathwait*. da
PXRCY H BURTON.
Parochial TiaOiuiBi,
St MMhwl
ElaECTKICAL
St Ulchaal
win* TiitJi*
VF- TMC1MA'
frJUQ
p
Ttua
tv ."
f i n- i -.-i t
,a ri'V.i -.
Fl lF VABDf
i i:iiiIKUK VAROC,
Id CiirlnajBan'* VUlagc.
V Mt.r... '
1B.M-tn
; l. ,. Ill, mw ". I ir-i.d .>'l '
ikipk St*** a UAVURI
:i oir. ; niv "'""':,",
nad nraaaU .^uonatkla ^
inlM" bv
Rlpi "Clar iMr'd l in*
cuicrt BArnLD jowmb.
51 CJaorgr
ii M nffj

yacrs
n.lbl. far hor
Fhm. aaVMl
JlO-BAW-Ona ...rnpai. with Mann, bait and ^.
aiactrlo motor. Jurt plug U and atari
^r. To be -ran at Chaaaea oarage
ia-uii Ltd PhonB 4BBJ
IMS*n
NOTICE
l mala elUaana ol tho United Staiaa
Between tha agea of It and Bl residing
Batbadoa or* raaueaud to call at
American Cunauinle from JulJ/
1. IBM for Selective Sarvlee Raaialrl
' B lh* Univaraal Militarv Training
Me Art
I male cttUona of the Umunl suioa
Si Leonard* Gap,
I Ilth June at 11 W ft
r entire lot of hoiuerold fumltur.
hich include! > Upholatvivl couchai
d chalra ail on catlora, Sideboard
Mahog labloa. Card Ubtt, Ruih chain
lirror. dining room i halrm. Bureau
heat of Drawer* in i and woodae.
bxdalaad* irallrnit.. i iclnrn. larder
carpet. Tread I machine, bad
-it. Blaaa ware, and man. othan
CARCY A SCOTT.
iiMMI KMr-Kr RCHOOL
im'IMI FBAMtRATBOl* TO
MAIM -. IKMII.
I Admiaaltata lo lh* School for
nr IBW-U -ill take place
m iiKinOtr neat
The Entrance Eaemmalton dill
'.kl in IBe Sthool Hall on Friday,
lath, al BOB a ra
Candadatoa will ba accepted for
mil *lmn who will ba not laaa than
IB yaara and monlha. nor more than
IS yaara fl iwonUia an Iho I at 110
Paranta/Oiiardlana muat
.,((.
Ugta
warda lo alt the eaamlna-
Such applMatk*. muat Hat- the bo>'i dato o
uBportad by blrUv'baptiam car-
It BhouM alao alula the arhool
-ruling and muat be
aoaomgenMid by bti-f T-mr.aa.Hl
rrflga lha II
I O
iO>cil i
enU *l
araBlp
d ruler Light Wreeh-
III ba an aale al the Brhool
1 Vralr ,. .mi II other achol-
aiiaa ! aJaa a aub-
-: .11..-' rdjaajH
i e> ndiUona
M M'Mi
SecraU
Com
Shopkeeper
Discharged
His WorBhip Mr. H. A. TslmB.
PollOB Maiistrste of District *'A
WcdnesdBy dJicharfd 27-y*BJ-olu
Ddon SfMle, a shopkeeprr Hall. St Michj*i after Mr. O.
NlleB Uad lo the court thai it would i"
a waste of time to send up th<
_ j in which hlB client ww
chBrsvd by the Police with cam-
nulling indecent assault on an
11-year-old girl.
The Pohce alleged that the of-
fr-nce was conunitted on May 17
The laTOBBCUtion alleged that the
defendant on May 17 while in
Roebuck Street dragged the 11-
ye.r-olrt girl Into a house ana
there committed indecent assault
Audrwing the court Mr. NUes I
said that the only evidence the
court had before it. was the evi- .
dence of the gtrl herself The girl
said how Ihe defendant encour- .
Bged her to go Into the room. |
But there was no evidence to show
that the defendant took or drag- |
ged the girl into the room.
The girl had told lies and iht-1
court was entitled to take lnu>.
consideration the time of the al- .
leged iilfence. She said that the
defendant held her by her hand
und dragged her into the room, j
yet there wag no confirmation of;,
that at all by the other wiineascii
who were called by the prosecu-
tion.
She -!m> said that she shouted
murder" and still no one wenl
to her rescue.
BOVRIL
gives your
meals the
goodness of
real BEEF
Oood cooks know the value of Bovru.
rich flavour makes the umplest meal tasr* sfad
appetising; ;' beefy good fares intakes food
more nutritious Bo-ril is the ctmcmtrafd
goodnen of beef.

BOVRIL
PUTS BEEF INTO YOtl\
SHIPPING NOTICES
POST OFFICE NOTICE
till MAILS
ElUctivc ii:h Jun. 185J. Air Mail, will br closed al Ihe General Pol OIBce.
as follows:
(t .mr, llin.f #r ... .,
nt to July II. IBM. are required
filler upon Ihe day they attain lha
tenth anniversary of lha day of
Birth, or within five daya there-
MECHANICAL
AtlltlCUl
.ding gu
brewing tana
,.il QeBSI
- thai 4
SuntfMKNT i"
ry Rake", for win-
Ta.h. Oraaa rakaa. Mnw-
i cm.-* Oa-
I g 68dn
Bmlth-Corona port-
Icia. faaiurlng paga-and
I iheaa machine. Itefpr.
M n MEYERS CD.
m aan
MISCELLANEOUS
tnanraaa aey
HAVARAT-Thc laleat Roi aaterr
r*r prndurad In America, con
varfarln, practlcallr hannleta lo
totll Oal youra at Knlghia Ltd
NOTICE
r ii-ii OP ST. Tl
Application* for one or
.....
Vaatry
DESTINATION
muni
monlha
hooi of tl
S taralved by Ihe n
tlh of June lM
Anplii nt- muat be
hMmara In it r alien*
nt lea* than 10 yarn
-ore then U yaera.
I- ['einiter nent
A Bnptiamal Certificate muat be for-
warded wllh the Application Fnrm. whlafl
may Bo otytalnou from the Parochial
OfFce
PII/IRChl
r, St Th-tma.
TBSB-dn
gtag PBUIM'ITS W.- < .n -1 --
'<( Bprayi. PUt In |U ra plnta Fill
luM in plU, Miitiii in '.
. aim Petroleum Jellv. Handy OH
'raRIn Oil lloutehold Wax R Bf
"MP,tco "'*' ,.-,.
FEeaD'MANUBR Umlted Quantlt>
..ii.,1.1a. lUitAbla for fruit treee Con-
i, P Hunl* at Co Lid ."''..n.
rRK SUOAB OfDTJSTBT AOBM.LL-
a Ihe rradlleV- h.Ml.n .B.rUll. ""
aialaal i.i.ivi rianlallaa, Bl. Philip
TAKE MiTlCB that wa. tha Ownere
^rov.ihtiia ol the above Act agaltl UN
.id PlattUllon. In re.peet of the Agri-
luIUitbI yam itu to IBM
No money ha been borrowed undo
lh* Agricultural Alda Art, IBBft nr Ihe
iBove Act laaport of *uch >ear
Doted Ihl* *th d*y ol June. ISM
FOUR BQUARK BaTATaal LTD ,
par R RORINSCN
Managlnu Dlracur
a Bt.Bg
KOl'rUTJIOlJl MUTPBtBatT of all
deacrlptton Owen T Allda* IIS Hoabuci.
,ret Dial SBM>. H | "
i i,.r Bar i

ROPEBT I rCJl PiuBrUS.
HI mil* l;..*d.
|S| Vllag.
ORIENTAL
PALACE
hC/.ixj'l'artehs fx>r
Kfll'VENIKM
FatOM INI11A. Mil- \ J
iHLON
THANIS
V. ML P. c. I
Tl.ii
I*
I* AOI NTS i| K '
<; DUTCH AIRIihi*
M
a of ihe flfka
j II UriAN HOLIDAY
\ mi MONHAY Hh June IBM.bI
s i -^..
Third Annual
Ilfirffil BW e Damt
I" Am
T JOHN* BABY WRI
LaUODg a DflCB
Al IIRIII HALL, natrl.a't
gJBnnaBT J i i" I Jj -l *' p m
Under Ihe ai.'.ini .. h.-d Patiorag-
Ol Sir Cnagr und Lady Seal.

Ihf Slar lluds Srhool
of DA.\(l.\(i
an a Ariel- of claim a l danoaa
i- Mvtalcal Comody-
K.nen on the
I Pataj.il- etc
BV kind i-miai... of Col
. under tl* direction
Of Copt Ralaon Ml r V
U F Tht Poltee Band will
auppl, the MuMc
tn mi.-in v tiat.

' ur Tho atari
Bar and IHiothrmr.lt
Subacilba now to the Dally Telegraph
ngbUMl* leading Dally Newapaper no*
"King 'a Batbadoa b Air only a few
.. after publication In I ondon Con
art Inn Oala. c o Advocate Co Lad
aggal HepieeenUUve. Tel BUB
11 '! i t n
Shak-
KNIOim LTD
FOR in:VI
houses
ni-NCAI.OW One ili modem fur-
-I ad Bungalow and PLAT at Cora:
nda Worthlnga Oood aea bathing
uply Ml* Alma Laahlay. N B Coral
nil*, worthing*. ie;d
fumiahed. St
IIOUKE--Fully fuinialied hou
t.r- Terrace, for Auguat,
nd Ortober Phone BJ11.
INM.KOVLI
I iLirbareeaHill Pot full par
Mfaatei W B Ward. J |*
A Som e.a a.
NAVY OAHDBN* Fully
aatll houae. all coti."niai
ll.xi July I" Oei-eniltet
.nnable rent Jtionr UBB
( ,r .Ini I
tag gagal
|T,.l,ilVr
II.-IM >n
fl Bhup *
war Shop
July 111 at the Mayfnir
11table ror Dreaamaking
Hi- .'.in-.-.: a etc Appl>
VI1J.A -ril l-i
oma etc Applv
|1 gS SHe.l
lo D'Arcy
I OSI & I Ol Ml
LOST
I black :ind nhlle Cat
Btraved from -pit-mouth/
Pn Ihe Crane roaU. Con-
TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH
Kl 1IHKK rERKULEM FOB
u M KIM. 3TICKH
Alto Sample lots of
WALKING STICKS ;
SOLID HRASS LOCKS
All now opened by:
JOHNSON'S STATIONERY
4k HARDWARE
....in
tall. Ilea
POUB SQIABK Faetery.
SI
AUSTRALIA
(all air)
MTSTRAUA ..|
(air to Panama only) |
BAHAMAS
BB, OUIANA
BR. HONDURAS
BU11MA
CANADA (Direct)
via T'dad
CAPiAL ZONE "
CENTRAL AMERICA
(except C.Z.)
CEYLON
aialn*
Philip
TAKF NOTlCi: lh_.
I ihe abovo Plantation are about
(i-iii a li-an ul 1L0(B) under
loi>n of tho above Act aselnit tha
..ud I'lanlation, In raapert of lha Agtl.
ullural year IBM lo lBU ,
So money haa been borrowed .tndei
he Agrlcullur.l Alda Art. IBM.
Art
,. h yenr
lay bei u
a, IBM
KACTl'BV LTD .
Owner
ft ROBINSON.
Managing Director
IBg II'UAI INDISTBt .. = B4Cl'L
TIBAL BANK ACT. UhU
I* lha aredllara feeldlag .aaelaily Utaa
.,..,..1 Ml mi'AM Plantallaa.
J ihe above Planlalton are about
am a loan of ftM.OOB under B
IgM I'lanlation. In raape.l of the An
aitural year IBM to IBB).
No nvoakB* haa Boon
the Agricultural *m*
Dated thla tlh day ol June, IBM
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Successful Athletic Sports Meet Ends NEW cotton
10 Yards
Added To Flal
Race Track
Kensn>gl<


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ning tin'-



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everybody was
i
.
hoat tor boys W
the girl* 22"

was reeaaaiured.


odcr 16. Thorn]
f 23 h neond
:iiis i>tr
race was run im Um i I
220 yards, though tin- I
fur it weir run oil a ihort ti '<''
The other rec..
the Trlnldadlan Agoetiii
Ihe 220, b*>ys nv-
old record at 3 5 M
Fnrnitm In Top r'orm
K>"' f I
entered ihe two mile rrfcsOR i i
III S minutr*. 33 second
Che 1.000 metre K.o iiurn UtU
ed the three day meet uraaafl
.jki h
of form ;il m time winning only
aiv. but .,i..i
ly. Knowing that he is going to
Helsinki later this
s treat ami
ing him win In tbil thorough way
ond :
the Trinidadlan M.itUiieu 0
Cuianesc LiddeU could Ufl
en htm was if he had falh
powerful last lap
peclally thr last two
yard), sprint, u
ployed to rarry him to
Tin-n- i no i.-" Ing exact I \
what standard of
will in- at KaWnk, bul whoa
1 Skinner ra
all his racaj In which t
[red, winning
Ihe Trlnld rbo I
golr.g to ll'l'ink and from the
Gultme I
th*l SMiuHit wilt mH bo golitx
1 II. .* thr
nth'-i ccoptea.
Bklnn
and i whan
I
any i
carry away the honour Of wfn-

he v i disadvantage
not h better
jhaa Matthieu and i
thinner He arrived for U
OOd daa f the meet and made a
surpi'- -i '
num in the half mil
I'tTipi
i dp r IB ""'
turned out Thurad ij a lUi nil
left tJ ed and

iiilin.: HsStar much pain and
coul sarv 11
full of a
Track flood
The trnrk was good. unaffected
except for a little springiness
which. If anything would have
nssisted the BUuatei b* the rain
<>n the previous evening.
The firsi event the I n
'Roadster 3 Speed I
P. D. Pirris in 2 minutes 11
Brov
trr *:iks- r .:'.
I i if..'


. iid Intermediate tot thr
J20 yard.
i-\

liad on Mondnv

man. \yostin. though

U e mm. Im! hi

LA RLE McLBOD wuuuug ttio two mile cycle rsc for "B" OlaM at
Kcn.iiton Oval on Tbnr*d it. Ihe final day of the three day A.A A n
Intercolonial Athletir and Cyrlr Meeting V. Carter w* econd and
Jnllen (TrinidadI *- tbird
Ktrong thii lice I
Marshall. Arenei and Rouaa. The
Notre Deo ra Trevor
InniBi, Trotman, Mamn ai
.
II .-.re wood, Agnstini. Q|


ad ("1 Um visitors, banded ovei
his baton after h.
tome io yard*, but tha
nati regained ""'
ad i
! lull. Too. 'tn I'.' ' ,i:
fauna bandovti to Agostim who
ndred, The
no long for him to catch
Up with House, though, perhaps i'
Notre Dame had anybody on the
i but IIoii.Ii.i-" Witk-
ham, Agostlnl would have over-
taken him.
The fhra nlla, Bl vast won h>
Trinidad, with C A
Marshall second and Grant tliini
This was only the second Win by
a visitor in the cycle <-
ll. Meet
I Agos-

as the la
hi.
:..
igh only
i
wood ><...
and Lrchet not
and one
thei tbi bad
- sung um
liens.
Second Win
aibi
DOnd win of the
I i won the IM
varda in a tune which hat) to ix>
ratohed Itecause the track was
found to be short. Gibb* won by
id.'- fn.m Sin.
ivaly took
second and third
Thompson et ,i new tune for
..ird*. boys under 16
' i....
i J QlttatM record vrhleh he
made eeriu-r this wear rhetnp-
mn who ,s f.miv t ai a U
Inoao rnuaclee, is ,i gw\ sprtntar
. 4
ntng. hi ^ ,,,i L-hIro
V I>ougoll and
came third,
Only two entered lor Ihe glrll
over 16, 220, Hyacinth Inniss and
1
gin.
After dropping Liddell In the
'
!1 I 0 .-.in this race
fropi Carnuchael and Matthieu
Agohtiid -t .. new Uaa
120 Yard* uoy. i.vr \% *h., h he
i M I.yn-
I >n. ,....... the 1st ,u. i
TI ll no doubt that
.ii. Ml bettei rompairttop, i..
would havi Ustanca In
for Agoktinl
tl> glan i-d hail.
..ii,. i i.ii., . ma
nd . (->! .!
thing iik. i ti., b> .
seen to put m nrtflta al the other
two day* of the meet.
Be-M In 111
C M.i shall won the 2-mih
Ml in :> minutes 58 2
ktlveb imiii time
le i oubl that <>f Uu i
bent Mr
.
i rinl out and " Id
Reportei Bai m M
. od iv m convtnt Inib in the t*-
B from M. V
i. . kdad Till Ian Cartel
is a fair wprintpr, but when It
i distance behind a mile
,ind there happens to be an oe-
i .i gruelling few laps.
tatla. He
it from the others who
were lust all blown and could onl>
lea bun puss without any appre-
eltort t<. prevent it
The Iwo nnlr rvrle. Intermedi-
ate, was " i '
...lit! nrith roatai aacond and
ii grea third. "Flash'' at I
: ider, but the In
-.hen it ll lUUHU th.it Hill ol
ilolborn and Put lad who In for Che
[ the Meal did not e
iders bea,i
.lavs
I another
(|n In tha two mile from thr
seond aw)
Police Win Relay

Notre Dame and lh '
. an whlen a


PUItiaUJ He "-,..!


and thotufl

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i
ed io re-

Ing up hit
.iiut the

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some I
lloed up hi
. Inning
r>. i
I U dirt n.rt
i-nter this ovent

0 had helped to
uccaaaftil meeting and
thanki>d the publk for the enthu
slaam with which bftoy had sup-
portod the aporti Ra also thanked
the mercantile rommunlty for

il
i hii iii it i mi **
Miller. Sid
C Ihr.Mrt Tin." I
nu ran- i i I i <

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LGPr ll Tiovor Inui** winning > inn the lonu dill r McD.
Lloyd by half of a body. Lloyd who woo the mile and throe mile had
not banked or ntea eoa sH and this helped defeat him.
However, laalsa who earner lovmed Loiun Lynch's lit year old 440
record for boya over 16, proved himself to be grind, determined
middle dssfeHMI
Cricket Season Opens Toda)


Laps Field
mm uV i".mi. exdting
five mile Cuum IJ whkh D
In 13 minuU-s 56 I
he lopped the wh
of Trinidad i Kcepted In I
wa* een the folly of allowing a
eyetlsl to get too lonu 'i lead. Tlu
riders, McLcod. Cartel and 0*
others stayed behind as EUis tried
to increase his lead. )utt watching
i and banking on Elli--
dropping back iftei he ha . aal they thought hv
it out forthe lap pi i"
But whQD Uiay iv-lised
ka4,pei.iiui. U w* too hrte, tor they
!. v had d
not tunVlei
Hill was iHU ridlni sb n
Bayal won the live mill Inter-
Bcond ind Smart HUrd, ("t "'
. low i
'
in the ,vl1!' "
Farnum dj [ '"' Bkln-
rnan Matthieu and
aLK'e fTill.i The T
dadian Lewis won the lap pri.-
two nali of eyclini wheels, hi
i
iif*..id v (iibix mo >
Ii. II |U T '.
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f> from page 1
pmntrta: H. B. Jordan and X-*
I I. I '-ll Ml \ I I
I UMl 14
Wanderers VS. Wimivv.i.
J. Lewis and T
Carlton vs. Empire at CarltOl
1'inpin.f.. W. Roach and W. Han
uixkI.
Y.ILP.C. VI Combermere ai
Dacklai Hoad. Umpires: L H.
toaefa and < BnwL
Mtntal Hospital vs. PoUea
laok Rock Umplrea <; IV
ind W i'.
Cable A Wirehtfi Ptckwlck
led H..H. Un i
:
Ba> n,i ii
Y.M.P.* il
nipires: t*. Archer and R. Parri>.
I entr.il l
t'mpires: A. Harewood 'and S
Bechlea.
I-.iui. V.

1-eiwaid vs.
Umpires: P. Philip
i mere Umpire n qiarka end
Hall
.
q Urrtra and
hunch 3 4fi and
umps drawn .1 0 p.m
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WHAT'S ON TODAY
Police Court* 10 00 a.m.
Pi rat Dlvlalon. Inte modi Ate
and Second Dlvi-ion Ori< kci
matches at varloua ground-
1.30 p.m.
Netball (Queen'* College Vs.
Queen'- College Old OliW'l
at Queen's CoUoge 448
p.m.
Basketball at Y.M.P.C.
Bookies Rosd~730 pm.
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Sports Window
THE fast playing, ski. fid
VM P.O. team are achoduled
to ii. .i un iiedani ma
School tonight al Basketball
at the Y.M.P.C. In the other
match, ifarrlnoii College Old
Boys' will meet Fortress.
Those latter teams are much
of a muehne**, with ever u
-light >n edge peihapa on the
side of the Old Boys', and
there will doubtless w <
hi in thi. match.
Play starts at 7.30 p.m.
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WEATHER REPORT
YESTERDAY
Rainfall from Codrlngton .02
Inch
Total Rainfall for month to
date: MB UM.
Hlgheat Temperature 1741 T
Lowest Tomperaturo: 77.(. T
Wind Velocity: lfl mtlci per
hour
Barometer: dam} 39.904,
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TODAY
Hmirlse: 6 42 a JO.
Bunsat: 0 IS pm.
Moon: Fir-t Quarter. May U
LighUng: 7.00 p.m.
HtKh Tide: 8.2ft a.m.. 3.3R p.m.
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PHARMACY
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COUCHS
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* thousands of cou|faa. For
c ai it has been rttoraaieaded
by Doctors, Nurice, Hospitals
iitd Sanctons everywhere. The
,reason? Simply this. It cosj-
' nns soluble laciocreosote
.1 in (he I .imc! labot-
BsOJia and this ingredient
rulers yaw bloods l ream and
staBakl 11k- uouble st it toot.
That u *hy I Jinel is so effective
.nd way it acts son
borough** I'rom thelsaidoae
Faaari eaaaa tha Loflaroed beon-
slual passage^ and bailds up
yooe pavcer* ol rcintanoa wnlk
it is dostaeyinc ihe germs which
have taueed tae oohbbi e* oaki
I he moment you siatpcet 'nu,r
catch s kough or cold, take
Fame! Syrup and you will hare
>iarteU on the road to recovery
Always keep a bottle ui tha house.
FAIV1EL SYRUP
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