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1'M.I 111.11 I BARBADOS ADVOCATE aramcurs oum Springboks' Tour Makes 5:80,000 Profit Middlesex May Head Averages (F*WM Our <>HM < <>rrespoiidi'iit) LONDON, July 3. Sun%  %  i" Middll ft : iast .._ %  Rill ol niiilchr:. now m tar. XlH money will stay in Hii-. progress claim Dudley, Middle, ; ounto L? u ^" ^L^ Irk "* HE sex to-di : i,V nine wick, A have 190 pouitg, Smnv who have 116 were held up in their victory bid "gilnfl Somerset by rain. Irar Ruing FRIDAY. JULY 4. 1M2 Olympic Games Team Named Sfxtrts \\ hull,a BASKETBALL UairiMu Collage r. Plr.U. Harmon College OM Roy* v fortuno —ERNIES— DEMOCRATIC CLUB I'llUFIT uf fcWJ.OOO u expected tram the .suiingUik*' rugbj IU GEORGE WHITING iheir i %  MO comeout to-morrow. the> -by tuif bin ti-iu,.ht |h< doesn't look proml may IKlucky to fJM I innings points. The Indians were H complete collapse and In Uv I two-day tame with i who made 6i who na the only in,!-, to face the form. Yorkuhi.. pin-tll with any degri l dence. Coxon's Bi with MX fa ti < %  on the t< i..' more wickets and were •till 4 behind when stump* UN i For Essex against Norl Coicnogtof att-nundei Ray Sin registerr-d his tlrst rent U season. But rebl all baYflre Northanl i ould bat mini there will be a tlrst innings polnl Ttie highest Lodlvldt the day *** the 113 fur Win w ,. wan hi* flrsi thm Agu of the season. Scoreboard: Middl. .tcestet nine wickets Middlesex 350 f two declared and Worcester IM 1 20 and SMS. I i %  . Northante: *ex 379 ta I. %  %  %  % %  Glamorgan versu* Lam* Glamorgan J95 mn ill for o< i Lane* 285. Grieves 101 Yorkshire vcrnis Kent Yo kahlre 283 fa p.* 273. Kent 144, Ward 42 and M for two. Hants versus I; Hants 188 and 21 for I GloucPstei 231 Young 102 II.in meead ptej Surrey \,-i Surrey 3ft4 for Se-mmersc-t 47 stnpped play. Warwick v Warwick 437 Dollery 2U. Hitchcock 83. LrtcesicVond tee 210 and 50 for no wlekel Volts \. r .1 418 for seven declared, Jam Lt-rnridpe 100 MV>t. 203 f..r thr< The two-day game Durhfl India wadrawn. Durhn 802 for lx deelared T |M tad '"i fa I bepoflt %  '! come when they .. Ilntiah learn in 19V, Gate-money is expected; to total £150.000. with .C70.0O0 Expenses, Including £80,000 ent-tt.iinroents tax. Uonilas. Siia|t|Mrs A in M Water Rob TIIF NHARF. OI'T to arc not oAUial figures have not yet been lasueoi.Ht tin v have been calculated l>, In two fast and exciting WaU-i K K STINT. Soulli Afrkai Polo mat i\quaue Cub journaUat, who was here wm lonlbw de,,„. Ieum i, n d M IKUM> book Tm t" I *<• Fourth Springbok. ('•ongmai Snappers beat Hamsun College ijg , lc au with thou. 3—O How wiU this nest-egg . rV B i.ksteln and shared between the four hon %  v.ired and umon Ead, treats the matt< s.urdiish. For differently. iiapi-erv. George McClean. OHWalef ^d a central fund .... i I.dl. Manning wni ch alt moaJea were paid, afl which a sum net exceeding £> CU| Uneup WM ,iistrlhuted to \29 memle with nH\ tlubB Slent pojnu out h ..tche*. Bonl aaie> uly nat nt ^ ta whf ,„ Cardiff take SWCVOU ga^ f £4,000 yet receive %  ,x tin.' same sum (£50) aYatiad The Himt.i* Sword/lsh match DyrHa.n or Ynysybwl Una; mme keen-^^ a dom | nion iou r here I i rougher of the o( genuine assistanee to ih ,v -" smallar clubs. .,.,,, v The ftugby Union were entitle and it was J* 15 W nt * h " %  [•* hkb helped them to >* altogether, allowtnn ...in-s turn boo oi an ... CHiUlrlONS PIH t. iiiitjin will ittempt, .ii Eielainki from Juli M,,r; 9 2i' u l> Vi %  %  %  %  i he ^let-Kirs, arniounci:,! ently, nave ^ts land nu oppunei.t> IOA-X patshed the ABA champiuti el eecta of UM ten inMraaUotaffJ naiy when he eatpioam weight.s that make up the OUmpu ihe first r w o* 1 " chin ui ifai timt. tipped Braea Wciu in -he AUA Form in the recent "millFtRCY LKW1S ed In favour of amateurs wbota weight in in Kecenlly home fitan An ramenta have Ix-en brouK--t rlgl i fasiiion. Bet"*• in Egypt, where he knocked rr u g ym pto n anip condJuo ..;,, WJi iei a punch. Imper i over 18 oppoitents ui It in only one data, iutht-nniu Bervleeg and Ro>ui Air ret* TUUIY QOOMHG lAmaj jght. has there been an. 1949. Season. 1 Twenty-one year^ld Can Hen in.in'" of Hie U-.im 11.. .iintry. C ie a tatenl Winner I 1:1 11 Itf. UtDOM 1 Downh ('immunity BC). —Twenty-yeai.. %  Dig punehei %  f picking Ibtf %  It ha %  lection % %  '. Ben d I Blnnjnghafli meai porter, la • exclusion of the Uill fancied airman from l-ooked Certain Wells looked a "eei tab the Olympics until Mi..f %  %  ids disappointed with their Kluthi ., %  Tl %  f TONIOfFI BSBJ own n J. N. Goddard's Leader A. C. Snow. O.B.E., well known fresh lobster cocktails. PH %  : : priee, on all V. .H. P. C 1AL ' .....villosas EN l.\ 11 Ml t 1 BARN ll\N(l 1 1. ML H. i. Iftrklrs. II.. ..I "ABADO HUO 5 Muoica for I <• %  > Jovene* %%  Caribeeaai Treebadoars KNTRADA \l(C'ompra su bi'lete antes de la freha) 2 7 52 —tn. i" ai d-df-h him isaccreenooj In the Af'.A 1 li.iiriie.ii. MI,. Here |g the team DAl DOWER d nttcr*| ma t PrM'FR HATUtMAN from A berry non, Glam Re. only once this season, and six an | 71 bouts. Hott. %  1 .it rtowhle • • weigh U Guil (Celua thl from the %  %  thei 'in-, ; Swnrdiish r un, y l*"^" '" *"*P 1hel '" OV Of sea(gP?\ T " ">ntrast I I'layiiiR polo, but like in Wales the South Afrloafl nly clubs; here, wiih the ea hey wuu. ^•> ": ; / %  ^"'vers.tu Combined Services, thev pUved Jordan no rhibs. and onlv -OIMIIIP. • "" *<|y CORNrORDS RFXORD "^' '" JIM iORNKWU. 40-yrar-ol-l i in often su,^ medium-pace bowler, has right do* u i n the „,,„,.,.,, ,.,, .mhitinr. -In lake took -w S 2k, ( r,SSd hJu. .. when ta look V. R UmH. H'fc TATR. have performed this l "" r -,ini: "8 ,M0 Com!..,d %  An imereatlng UUng about the t" nedl "f £2.005. At the end "A 'hiil forced to make hurried and not %  '"rpaswd hy_only two cricket* due F. BARNKS Irogathe, weii-judked ,.,, a the onset of the Snanners olav'rallan C. v. GRTMMCTT and An who weie always on the attack SiupiM.'rs' aeeond goal came Rain Stops Play At Wimbledon 1XJNDON. July 3. I % %  ia nu play at Wimbledon today owing to rain. Among the games held up wore the .swift bang f.om Delbert **f." s fj Bannister which quite tnckid'uic %  0U1 |t goaikeep. 1 liannUtar hud teen seut a high poaa and he leaped "in or the wati r and without .swinging around lo face the Col.*lapi>eri the ball powei' %  .Mv into 11 a %  ion nmuiW10 Rerne, Bannkder was of the water for rough Bedser can look 1 at leant four of Test cricket. 1 new record —i,.*r.s. ''11 nis TouriiaiiM'iU Ye-iierday\ Results v wlnnlni novice, mt mediate md open eetnp DOC* In *" ' vevel v orthorl. ...... l-laclumiOi. Wel.J. n.iddle-we in ly.'.u (: %  %  .Miii nviUi nu Out collecU-d Army. Impeiia St'1 ABA UtUs IIFNR. I IHill.R (El t ham BC).— Cruiser-weight find of the season. Seventeen-year-old IWld of a promising hoai | Beaten only once. Copy-book boxer, but tough enouyh to ,ieal a h the rough stuff. Petal decorator. I HUM III \lt\ —Cx-BA()U lM I after a flying-bomb incident li.'d seemingly stopped him for A "southpaw" and Done quick—but soli compcrifors ar, debt Hem *v. :d in the /oUoKl-ig dtrtrioiis under 119 lbs U8 ., 126 ., 135 14? .. 180 175 M 175 .. 11 or Modern Ifujh .Seho aesxsess ; s:ss _:=£ Bttaefi and nflve College little opportunity f< i:.t..l ii> there la no rain for the nexi two day the tournament will be completed Saturday as arranged. Colonel W. J. Legge the referee Thl lea m said today's poetnonemant would \ Vesitherhaad J not neecssiiiili mi Recce, 11 PorUll< S alon although there sjould be a Porullo I Beat and 0 FOfti serious overload. M ,.-.. ., ,, p SedKcman. Mrs. Todd and Miss .1 Oraci l .1 .,„..• ,„, M A S&'i rota iL!aJ n ,w Shten.an & ,ppei ll.lh Ma.mmg F-mk with five peasiblo matohea ahe,., of him could conceivably pi., ,• %  .. k ,. lll(( ... hi. ^,. and KM Double, ,„V„: foSj,K Armatrong .1 c .11 M.-ii\ Doubles Mr. P. Patterson and Mr. 0 M. Manning beat Mi J. II. c. Edghdl and Mr. C. B. Sisnett fl—8. 8—3. Mr L St Mill and Mr. J. 'i. 1 'iiam beat Mr. M. o Vcrteull md Dr. .1. Klinnyvn,... 1 u. fl—l. 6—1. Today's Fixtures tomorrow and another Men's A Double? and two mixed on Saturday. Colon. 1 Legg* i HyperarifJity De Wrtfa An'acd Powder II can be conlidtnt'y recomIf mended to: thr om't rdief of digrtt.vv iliioi J-ta arising fioi II hyperacidity. Hrartbiirn, flat II if m < %  and All ibf awrrfi ug i of rn r%^ acid formation in Ihe stomach quickly gire way to this reliable family mrdirmc, t> Wif's Antacid Powder cpuekiy neutralises rxcraa acid and oro..ftr a.oncpe'nod I by sootlniit' and p %  | the delictit lom.. k ^ P g$B ***** a. II V hut-*Pyjama Stripes in 3 -bade : Blue. Grev. and Beige ii 41.30 per yd. Fluid I In-a lulu--.-if Stamp Blue. Pink, White, and Peach 45 DM, I si.so per yd. Plain Crepe* ('.rev. Beige. Green. Bnse. nd Pink 36 m*. I #1* per yd. Plain Crepe Blue. Green. UUick Bed, and Dark Brown 34) log, 'n 81.85 per yd. 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r*H>AY, JULY 4, 1K2 BABBAUOS ADVOCATE Hopes High For C'ada— W.I. Trade By G H. l.Asil "We have oigi. hopes kui me British Wast UUILKM i>.d UDaalizauon Plan will (uwvulc uiI'leased oppurlumiy lur Tris/tii" exporters to tha Wast Indies," Doojdu H. Chuney, mm Til Canadian trade CommUaionvr, Mid following his arrival la Montteai on beard the Cam.oi.ui NaUoaal Steamship* lady Neatoo IhU morning. Pointing out that the West Indies are in the sterling area, and that doUar trad* has been adversely afevtsd because Ol this, Mr. Cheney said the plan was put Into effect last year after negotiations with the government* of the United Kingdom and the United States. "Because of the devaluation of the sterling money, it was necesanr for the British West lndi-. to say down an elaborate system of Import and estcbange control in IMS." he taid. Be added thai exports during that year and 1 %  wete very low. but with the Trade Liberalization plan in effort, some progress was made in lP.si "This year," he continued, "thep'aa is more elastic than la*-* year, which is a flood .sign for increased exports to those British West Indies itond effected" TAG*. THiifcr SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC la Crlielr Bay M.V BltM SHU. M.V DMtwtual. I Willmwb.1. Sf.V CanM**-, '•aaktrn D St. Och Ro-Mii-rvc Sri*. OOrlac, St* %  %  tmrl Star, Vh LNn I ScS t'MkMl PUsnm SH> Tap*. %  Do**. AJIUTAI Tttruna • % % %  S*n b>i Babsfl MP's Discuss Malaria In Br. Guiana LONDON, June. Has malaria been eradicated from British Guiana" Two Member* of Parliament arflued on the subject in the House of Commons last night during a debate on United Nations' specialised agencies. Mr. Bernard Braine (.Conservative, Essex, Biliencay div.) was discussing generally the situation in regard to availability of technicians and equipment for various schemes and wont on to make I his comment: "In the last two years malaria has been eradicated from British Guiana". Or. H. Morgan (Labour, Warrinaton): What* Mr. Braine: Malaria has been eradicated. Dr Morgan: Al a medical man. let me tell the Hon. Member that that Is an Incorrect geWU There ft ttut plenty of malaria m Brlti-h Guiana. Mi". Brauie. 1 uo not know which colonial report tho Ho.i. Gentleman read last, but 1 can assure him—and I am sure his own Front Bench will claim Hu __ credit for It that one of the The Schooner Timothy Van moat notable achievemuil in the Sluytman. 76 ton*, under Captain light against ill health In th.s SloU at Lived in Carlisle Bay yesworld is largelv toe work of one •*" %  ** rom Biitish Guiana with vci? dislmflUlshed malarlologist !" > bags of coal, 89 tons of flrein eradicating maUrla from tr* w ^„^*^ %  £*".,* ** „ coastal belt of British Guia ia While the Timothy Van Sluylwhero it has been a killing 01sman was in British Guiana a smal. ejiat. I mention that becau-e I do ,n c hrok ; ul r.ot think we should be so shy where repairs about lalking of our own achieve•* • ^..^^i.,*^ 0 ^: B "' ments in this battle against poverty and want. The great problem facing no only ps but the world as a whol '* the lack at the present moment 7** of sufficient technical specialists. Ior I remember visiting British Gui:ina laM year and asking .igrieullural officer whether .ie had his full complement of staff. "_."il^l. he .l! C l ed _. a J?. ?_ !" Adv'ocsw' yesterday. Many Guianese Find They Are Not British f GEORGKTuWN, June 28. British Guiana's Treasury stand to gain a big windfall from Universal Adult Suffrage under the now Constitution by way of naturalization fees, according to the Registration Officer. The searchlight fur the proposed universal suffrage has shown that many 'British Guianesc' are not really British nationals. This condition is not confined to the masses, for many persons in very high places who have lived In British Guiana 40, 50 or 80 years are not British nationals. It has been disclosed that some of them even have the vote and are elected representatives on statutory bodies When they signed voters registration forms or accepted places on the electoral roll It never occurred to them that they were neither British by birth or naturalize Udn Enumerators' searching questions under the recent campaign found the gaps in their armour. And they have not been silent about it. The only remedy which scemt open to them now is to get naturalised or they wouldn't have a vote at the 1953 General Elections The assurance has however been given them that they have time enough to spare to get themselves In order. As It Is many a Dutch Guianaborn, China-born. Syriaborn Muiatit % %  will have to take out naturalization papers If .(hey want the vote. B.G. Medico At T.B. Talks LONDON Dr Harold Fi round**, tuberculosis officer. British Guiana, Is attending (he third Commonwealth Health and Tuberculosis Conference, which opens in London on Ju.y 8. He will address a n.euUD.1 oa •TubcrcuN-st* in British Celunisl Territories. !" Also apeak in*at the same meeting will be Mr Oliver Lyttelton, Secretary of Suit for the Colonies, and medical ugncers from several other British crtomc* Tuberculosis is now a serious problem m the British Caribbear colonies and is linked with the housing shortage. In British Guinea, (or example, the incidence o> v tuberculosis h risen since 1947 from 51 to 90 per 100.000. A survey of ce^ts showed that 84 percent of newly diagnosed sufferers shared a bedroom with one or more people and 00 per cent snared a bed.~B.IJJ. Latest Gadget In The Jet Economic Development In Colonies Important —ttQMUNSQN LONDON. "EXPENDITURE within Colonial development plans mutt be related to the long-term needs of •ach territory but HM. (.H-vernioenl ontinuag to emphasise to all Colonial Governments iht importance of devoting particular attention to economic development at the present tune," said Mr. Harry Hopkimon, Minuter of State foi the Colonies, in the House of Commons recently. He had been u>ked by Mr. Thomaa Held. labour. Swin don, it "in view of the urgent need for wealth-producinK schemes in the Colonies" he would depart from the present practice of spending, under the 10-year development plans. only about as much on economic development as on social services. Mr. K".i ...-., aaked what wealth producing scheme* had iwen sanctioned In tho Coloruea) .is a result of Uie work of tho Colonial Primary Products ComT1 mltlee. opart from those underII11 CFtf* I ll*iinillaTl taken by the Colonial DevelopnilgC UIUU1UUI ment and Overseas Food Corporations. Mr. llopkinson replied"The pose of the Committee was to Nigeria Has luge Uranii Deposits review the possibilities! of m ere — pe possibility th-i Nlgun* % mg Colomal production in th-llsfht become an important producer "I'ti.illdown with nothing on of present and prospective world uranium—raw muterud of atoi ih.. clock but tbe maker's na.ne," needs. Their reports provided, as energy—la revested by two —tins ohisse i* rapuU* going >u l a intended, u useful back* purts published ui I^IOKU I f rssfelM) with let-age pilots. Th" gi-ound agiunsl which spedflc w-k They disclose that one i reason is thst the latest Hoyal schemes of development emild ho the largest deposits A r For.e ighr* are 0tt"d wlUl Primed both by Colon in 1 Governa Budget which always keeps ment and by pHvate enterprise. %  snmMhing "on the clock." T*'* Minister added that i' sfhttB living hUnd at night or m *" %  not possible to say which of bod wei.ther. pilots rely on an Inthe %  uraniu-n been discovered Niger .i And with It are Large deposits of another rare meutl. %  um—much in demand for .... various schemes started since) defence and ciOaer purposes, noiahT^i"which shows" thein bjOW the Committee report**! fw raBd ub ( y for aUojn used in Jet engineUH.u--r.crafi\.^i a .drel.t,vetn dlreetly from ,h, Coramilf*. f ^ of ttlrMtloo „, the horizon. This artulclal bor-wort. y^ iw ^^^ clu C ovwconit son' as it is cuUwO,, ujc nu Answeruig anotner <(uastioa -4ad altftougb resennh work M tiRporluiit .lok on tfie oi.na nj j]|uUl thn possibility uf the Unitel them Is at presenl being under lng panol %  <****" **^ Kingdom obtaining ppttiiahl. Udxen at Britoln's atonue enerr Huppliee of meat fruin Colonial sUnoD at Harwell. IWkshlrt-. idmltted to be 'Koii Sluytman' Will lie Overhauled Ci This 'artdlcul bor-wort. called, is tin lock on the bLind II> n the %  tp'i Until rocentiy, Uus gyroacopj'* instrument was **ortl by an njr umrtXonea, Mr. "llopkmson said these problem are lucliori pump. Even if tho PIV hl| t from m uw ^ r|mi ,, ( exUrn> .|y complear-e langv bankod or illved. the gyro still bf#f ^^ Etmt AfrIeH Bnd som „ ; niprtr t a nt source of ore, with kept its position m rel.ition to tne ITtuUo n from the rslkland Istan.ls. commercial vihie running horizon. The snag was that. |hcrf WJ|f no ^ manoeuvring for an attack, the uhU #1WB1 ,^ ,^r ri „ and oiled the aircraft ft able from the territories. many millions of pounds, will tx* vail.ible. Sinli high omcerrtxa"ln most terrltones there as a trationa of uranium n v.Bi.uii. ui UIIIOIUITI ..-. luis been back, or cvyed steeply, ine gyro Urfp nnd g^win^ demand Tnr found In Nigeria ore very scaroc. toppled, and it t'-iK ten im ea mr>al wh> ch (s a p r0Bep t uniaUs: 'nd the size of the area §SgaM(t*M of level flying t" eitiN" ( „ N ). ImporU of careaga meat from "iay be tbe world's largest, reewK Kilion. Another problem we* any M it eombots in the let age tke ^^T place very h gh up. where the air ^ ^^ fl b too thin for an air-driven gyro lWck ^^ r^^^p^^ Mer. Their release is a challengr U> work successfully. Asked about j, possible cxpan'o . *. Arn*u. %  > M* !" **.~I. whether Her Mn)e>ty' Oovern' Dublin. • •. Sun Bov*r. ... v, __. nm ,I-_J %  i -m %  .gaa>.S-l F-iH*'>l Vtiviud-T < Cototnbi. ment .-re seised, ns l am SUP HaVik , cr-tn, .. Ah., Ai. the';.re. of the urgency of the IJM. > %  p-tac*. %  T-IIJI SUM 1 %  • Problem and nr* doing soiaethln-no^M^ee. .Jj.* fa^.^ >unw>, ThMnltSokb. • %  AHUM. %  —l-K.9, < iKdai n.. OarasH YUKON HAS BRIGHT, EXCITING FUTURE about H" T RESOURCE.S and Development Minteter fiattS t?|SE i has forecast a "briffht and excitinR" futura mtraotior. could bo acuiev Road Engineers Needed In R.W.L Racial Discrimination Alleged In Canada TORONTO, June. NEC.ROES. especially those from the West Indies, arc beintf denied entry Into Canada by the Federal Immigration Department, alines the Canadian National Cornrnittef on Negro Citizenship, in Toronto. Al'hoti'^h rider Rrilish liw all people fmm the West iiiah subjects, they aic nm considered as such under the Canadian Immigration Act. according to Mr Dona'H Mon* chairman of the Committee. %  — %  %  la. s-. pn-nounred. he declares, that high nVial* of the ne|..irUri'-nt have been Immlgmtlon In. gee trsst Weci Indians It gM .1. r; y Into Canada. Since IX>NDON Fasu r, he save. least 20 Rjoad gliglMI Ig*gt81 hei"' %  been detained -.ught in UM United Kingdom loi .-ippelntmesiti in the West Indies. Mr. Moore fW that the afl nhder It t under;l-Is bei: i> ' -s iinpoeaibh' -uitab!y--< 1 i"'ltiU'"'• •-'"P' themselves 1 i willing U. woH. in I he Wrst ln>< -.: I" tbe chani-. .„. -The rH*rmnee I I For ai-rir NIM i then juj-t : been s vara*ey for %  r^ den: eti,i i. %  .^ tl)(l ?tneer ft*-9m HttmfnJsal Bire hardshlnr: i I Han rlima.e., %  Ughway H HHtlsh Hondtir.^ Those '*i are •hidh wi!' o.ikBoo-ingCiee* with .,thma ler, khan gfj injustice Middlesex Alth. urh a salary of up t ,.,, rro eltisen :o £2.000 year i* ofi>red f .-le to hrlna in viiort-ten" "pnoinunrrt the right relatives from abroad." %  iaa Is s* 11 Ivelrg SOUCht fo: I N lared job, i-ied tl-st rV.iUh s Slnsilar -u-'led iPpotr.tr. %  I indies had bora able t- vast in Trintdsd The Colonial sneer Canada in many ases only Office In London Is se,'>rching, for afieV -,g sad Cetoesalve legal :viwo rse-i to design a:kd ui>ertse preH-n'attoas to tbe G\*ernmer.t %  i 'f large road improyemeoX sc hen as r and new roads. .T..-O than 11.500 before he wa inrtuding bridge-, in :h->Co!oi. —axc.r. -m-VJt. sums years it i .nnv.ii that pyruchjore (_ ... ontaining: uranium and niobium J occurred in som* types of grunila in Nigeria but it *.-.< %  not uut t I •# %  UiUt mvesrUgauon of these granite was started In order UdeternUm their economir ImporUince. Thi vork haa shown thai oaarly i'i ••eras of ground arc underlain i jyrochlore-bearinK granite. O) •jii.-iig metali worth (at prcsi i*ricea) about CS in every urn of " Tha extent of the deposit .tlmid-d, at 700.000 tons of ora /glued al £1. ts. m.) in every foot of dossil.. Tfiera is a sound • specta'.on. bused on the geology. that there should be at lan-t a few undred feet of depth ly millee-quartir iieved, the nperls calculata that a pla •caling with 3,000 tons of rock OTTAWA DEPUTY H. A. Young for the Yukon and Northwest territories. Youn,; said In an interview thai great w<-ulth would cotM to th..two sections of Canada thruogh exploitation ^.^1^ tyffl*/^ ^*f of then rich natural resources. He predicted this would take place in the not too distant future because rrsourt* development is steadily moving north." The deputy minister gave a a considerable meresksa la out* broad review of the mineral and put, particularly when power plant now beans; built by the Northwest Territories Powar Commission on the Msro Rreer comes Into opereUon at tha end of the year,'* Youn a said oil prospects of the north country to back up his prediction of a spectacular future for the two areas. The east and central portion* •J the mainland section of the Northwest Territories, and large part of the Arctic Islands. He in the Canadian Shield, he .;.id. Most of this area. lik< other parts of the shield, ( l*elleved to be highly mineralized. Th? Maegenrie River vslle. ii an extentlon of the central plains of Canada, like the southern parti of the plains, the area in the north gives promise of being rich in oil. In addition, •iie Cordillera ranges and their flats lie In the western area of the Northwest Territories and i of uie Yukon, and are rich In minerals. In the Yukon, Young said, the most famous mineral producers are the placer gold creaks of the Klondike which •dill vleM more than f2.7O0.0OO worth of gold a year. However, the role of loading producer now Is held by the United Keno Hill Mines a; Keno end Galena Hills, which last year produced over t6.800.000 In silver, lead and zinc. h year. The o i ii Kann Province in Northern N'jiTia, 20 miles from, Uie Beu'hi nulvay from Jos to Zaru>, and 10 fcg. niles from the Jos Plateau whero w 'Vtrrity i available. Much research has gone hit" possib'i mifhodsi of recoverl'i | uranium from sediments! v shales aod lehijsphorites carryuig from 100 to 20O grama a sax So fsr as is known ta* uranium Is more or less unifunnlv distributed throughout thesa sediments and %  lisiolvuio; process will he nece •ary to extraet It. This is likely lfl be costly and in I0SO it sppear. %  d th't this mnss could not '* Young said the only oil field ^plo-teri. but subsequent rises In presently produclna In the *• • ,^,, "* uranium and iwoblurn Yukon is at NormS, WeUa lu J^^rj**** P !" £ ^ 'is the Mackenzie basin. He .aid Jr^'^Jii * "* %  ^..T^ !S?t n^^th^-aS wl11 ni-lWe to aasea. the annual output to meet thejjraat u „ f ^ nnomir potentialities of the part of the petrul.-um neada of j.-^^,. whether oraHjraasrng the Mscken/U' district. rescreh will solve the proNem"However, the vast wava of „f rrnnomlrally extracting Ills alion from Alberta Is melah from ores of this sort re. Other mineral dsrveloprnamt i wbaa good p rospects an b asi n g undertaken In other areas of star Yukon, particularly on the old Cnnol Road near the Northwest Territories border. surging northward, and that, let ngure of speech," Young aald. "In the last eight months over "i 500 000 acres of oil sad natural gas exploration permits have i


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It Mill \ !><>-. AIIMH VII I KID.VY. JULY 4. \U1 M^ADJB^ ADVOCATE frtaw r ik. \4.:, i. C.. LU INM I MUMn Your London Report Krid.iv. July 4. 1952 IMOWIMIMK THK Idea rh.nl Barbados is so far behind of ti mwld that newcomers to U (I HKULM ly talk of putting the cluck back twenty-five yean is widespread among some English residents who know %  My little about village life in England. If a Barbadian said to an English critic that 4.000 villages in England were without a sewerage system of any kind he would probably be laughed at for weeks. Hut that l| i\;uily what Dr. Garbett. Archbishop of York said in Blackpool a i_k:. aftx "The nation" said Dr. Garbett "should sec that every village had a proper water supply. Every house should have its own bath with a supply of water. The village pump was no longer sufficient." If it is true that philosophy is bred of the knowledge that other people's misfortunes arm mm ferret r tjrceler ihuii yuur uo, then the standpipe community of Barbados should draw comfort from the plight of so many Enphsh village dwellers. Particularly since they seem to enjoy | rwtec recreational facilities than many Englisn dwellers. "It was astonishing" said Dr. Garbett "how many villages had no playing field." And there were still many flllagaa without the hall which should be the centre of community life. Because conditions in English villages can be so described by a high dignitary of the Anglican Church in mid-summer 1952 does not mean that conditions in England are so gloomy that the standards of living are fallinito that piieously low level which followed the withdraw*! of Roman civilisation from that ancient country. Raihei should the absence of modern conveniences in the villages of the motherland of the greatest Empire in history be a warning io thnt-e misguided persons who continue to spread propaganda which blames everyone but themselves for the conditions of misery and low living standards still everywhere to be found in Barbados. Even with thousands of years start over Barbados, conditions in English villages as described by the Archbishop of York are | so bad that 4,000 of them are without a • sewerage system of any kind. Ought we not then in Barbados to take a longer view and not strain our eyes myopically looking for the motes of others during our short history of 325 years, but broaden our horizon to recognise the surprisingly high standards which this island has attained over the last effective 100 years, during which the transition from slavery to free society has been taking place. If only the broad historical view Instead of the narrow prejudiced and uninformed view could be taken of social ach\ities in Barbados the long painful road ahead to achieve a better society could be much smoothed over. It is a great pity that by the lime tins lesson has been learnt by visiting critics their stay in the island has ended and they have left behind them disciples to spread their superficial impressions. Only by building and improving on the social services which exist will the speed Q( Barbadian prograaa to a better life be increased. LONDON Some ul us are never happj, The City bemoans tailing nucM market prices, the gnat -iid rayon Industrie* an middle ot a severe recession and commodity speculators have had tln-ir llnger\ badly burned %  -> result of the recent *|ide in vataai But the rank and file of ut a; home are not too depressed. For the first time since the war ended, we can go shopping nowadays and feel that prices are becoming reasonable. Arm people like stockbrokers and shop assistants are becoming extra helpful now thai business i* not so good. "Bargains" are appearing ,.: all the big stores, and many are bargains indeed compared with the prices charged a year ago. Due to foreign countries restricting their imports, producers are trying to dispose of their goods on the home mark"t ;is they have lilUe room to store them. Cotton* and woollens have fallen as much as forty per cent over the last twelve month*. Some types of carpeS are down by thirty per n-i.t. Luxury items of all kinds, including fancy plw -i IJIIH~' lingerie, arc cut by no leas than fifty per cent. Secondhand motorcar dealer* will hardly talk terms. With enough unsaleable curs on their hands already, they think price, will plump further. Secondhand fill niture dealers say they find few buyers. Once again patterned and coloured chinuware is appearing In the shops, and housewives, accustomed for years .o buying plnln white china because the coloured sela were t< export only, can scarcely believe their eyes. But shopkeepers report that people are in no hurry to buy. Are we moving toward* ;i slump? No. say those who should know. Included among*! them Is the chairman of the great Imperial Chemical Industrial combine. Mr. John Rogem. who asserted recently ihat he did n"t tee !( general depression ahead for British Industry. The IfUdat) about finding raw ru>terlaln had changed to .ibout finding adequate ir.irketB at home and abroad for -It.country's industrial output The prohlem is world-wide, assured Mr. Rogers and "it Is dlfn< ult to interpret these signs as I.. \ tilth an Jon.s foreshadowing a ffSMtai depression." There U another side, however, to these railing price! Whitehall is con erned at the liosa pawl in w.irld maikets for the raw m.ii< | duced by th.' milliona. whose standards of living depend on MM rafcttof rubber, lead, sine, copper, wool, sisal, jute and the rest. Questions are hcing asked in PartlaasMAt about iiie possibility of holding -r. wealth Conference shortly, and now It u hoped by many that such, a conference may take place in London befoie the end of the year. Even if the Prime Ministers are unable to attend because of pressure of business ut home. It Is hoped that they will send representatives. Commonwealth trade matters would come high on their agenda, although all OUtstandlng allairs would be reviewed. The Commonwealth iTnaiMi Mi-nsters do not meet till next Jaj-uary, though thi-y wouM Iww ..pi-.i-Liniu to, talkl when they g,.Uicr in Mexico next aut umn paaattni 11 Ihe International Beak. Wliai a t9 '' \istting England, u the many I Community \nU> Cnllery of the HOU* this week %  teAped n sat lepieiil non wealth lemindcr of watnpr t ai the td. Puntto ol C i i levin members of the Niueiidn Olympic team, all wearing their grass laaatS, They listened attentively to Mr. Oliver I.vtt.-U.m speaking on the <•" < proposals for an African Federation, and learned llrarhandot the Interest that Member* lake in CommonweuUh affairs. Also, this week at lrd. traditional stronghold of the Old School Tie Brigade many splashes of colour amongst tii s one of the people wl swdk 'Mngs, "How nltrTi It is that one ofbar of the. -i.tinues to .ok onwards anfl cannot develop and be satlxficd with what ho or she alicady has?" Vatttora from abroad, buying Coronation souvenirs next year, arc unlikely to be fobbed off with articles made In Japan. Import of these will be banned by the Board of Trade, for Brltisn n.ms feel that it is their own prerogative to make them. Cheapest souver.ir one firm is making will cost only a p*"i.y. Krxim July 1, we must pay more for our telephones. Rental for s business telephone in London goer, up from <8 3'. W. to fl) a year, private telephones from r.5 19s 7d. to £8. All this la necessary says the Post Office, because of rising costs. ItuwCVeT, Government department'^ do not have to pay anything for their calls and nearly one telephone in live throughout fln> country Is used by civil servant*. Bvcrj year the Ministers make moie %  k calls and local calls. -..uIMUJ the British sjtki Our Readers §ay Hirlh Contrttl The Editor. The Aduocate— II 14.11 WAV 4; AIIIII \S SIR,—The advocates of Birth Control seem to have pushed it on the shelf for a more convenient leason, when they will BKuiii take It down and Infuse new life Into it. I wish that these paopsf would stop talking and get down to tho real root of the tiuublc. Something can bo dono to help thuse poor unfortunate people who to my mind are some uf the best people in the world, but who remind me of sheep without a shepherd. No scientific method Is going .y help. It will be like bailing the air with a stick. raonlc are not machines, but human beings. What wo want la a change of heart amongst ttiu more fortunate people of this Island. We want to atop passing the oilier fellow on the other side, and to put Into practice what the best man who ever lived said to tho people when they asked him about the araaiaal Commandment. He said io I've the Lord thy God with all thy Soul, mind and heart, and thy neighbour as thyself." That |l our trouble. Wo inisinterpre* who is our neighbour. We soy. the nan who can invite us to tea. '." play a game, o' Bridge or who can stand a round of drinkn —he la our neighbour. The exI.ICIMC of the social barrier needs to be removed and all the snobbery brought to an end. Until Uus is done, this place in Mipposed to become worse. There must be the necessity to IBS Horticultural Society earlier this f add to the police force, employ year I .ndowncr and Liboureo-operatp in producim; :i full share of ground i for the Inhabitants of the Island. V HOUSEW11L. LISTEN TO TIIE ECHO OF THE GUNS A Rancher Confesses To Wild VVes. Hold-up By R. M. MacCOLL WASHINGTON. OUT in Wyoming, life proves stranger than a tilir. scenario. For suddenly there sounds a dramatic echo of the Old West, of bad men, the hoofboats uf sheriffs' posses. Sixty-three-year-old Frank Taylor, a wealthy rancher in eastern Montana and known as a model of rectitude, goes to John Bonner. Governor of Montana, and confesses that he is really Charles Whitney, former member of the "Hoi-;n-the-wall gang which held up a bank in Cokeville, Wyoming, in 1911, and then galloped off. And why did Whitney, alias Taylor, decide to come clean all these years later? Becau.*c o;ily a few months ago his brother, also a member of the gang, died a natural death in British Columbia. And while "Frank Taylor" was admittedly I a robber, the brother was "wanted" for the murder of a train conductor in another hold-up. • • • Governor Bonner advises Wh'tney to go to Wyoming and tell his story to Governor Frank Barrett. And he sends a personal message to his fellow governor asking "the utmost leniency and clemency for Mr. Whitney, whose residence in this State has never been marred by even a minor offence." „ Governor Barrett suggests that he plead guilty to the 40-year-old crime. A sympathetic judge puts him on five years probation. And Whitney is free to resume his respected career a* a Montana stockman. For. in this modern era of million-dollar hold-ups, it is a reminder of how times have changed that the loot from that "great" bank robbery in the distant days of 1911 amounted to just 600 dollars—worth £125 then and £214 now. Marilyn Monroe is to star in "Niagara." Quips Hollywood columnist Hedda Hopper: "The Niagara Falls will have a strictly supporting role.'" Marilyn, you will recall, was one of the hits in "All About Eve." PHOTOGRAPHS Copies of Local Photograph* U hii-h have appeared in the ADVOCATE NEWSPAPER < .in n ordered from the .. ADVOCATE STATIONERY FIBRE MATS: Plain, Stencilled and Decorated. These are available in four sizes. CONGOLEUM SQUARES 3x3yib.&3x3Wyds. CONGOLEUM: Six feet wide nod cut to any desired aise. Ph. 4472 C. & PITCHER & CO. Cartel has become a word that makes many Americans turn pale and shudder. It conjures up visions of huge business concerns plotting to divide up trade unfairly and to the detriment of their smaller competitors and the public alike. Now Senator Thomas Hennings, Missouri Democrat, formally asks that the Justice Department and the Senate itself immediately investigate one of the "greatest cartels yet." He charges that President Truman has clamped the lid on an "explosive" 900-page report submitted to him by the Federal Trade Commission, which says that American, British, and Dutch interests have arranged among themselves "to divide the oil reserves of the Middle East and to fix prices." In Durham, North Carolina, Mrs. TernEwing had come to the end of her slender resources, spending money on detectives' Faaa trying to trace her missing husband. A friend urged her to watch a boxin;; match in Madison Square Garden on TV, suggesting "it will take your mind off your troubles." The TV camera swung into the audience at one point—and there was the missing Mr. E. selling soft drinks to the boxing fans. Mrs. Ewing has asked the police to inves.i [ata In the massive Radio City Music Hall of \*cw York. "Where's Charley?" opens this week. This is the musical version of our old friend "Charley's Aunt." In it, Ray Bolger •epeats the inspired performance that made I a smash hit on Broadway a couple of seasons back. Shy Millionaire Lavere Rediield. whose home in Reno, Nevada, was looted of £535,000 not long ago, is arrested in California for failing to answer a subpoena directing him to give evidence against two women suspects. He refuses to find the £17.000 bali asked for—"although I could raise it in a moment if I wanted to"—and stays in a San Francisco jail rather than face the photographers outside. But to-day he grows tired of sharing a cell with a man accused of receiving some of the :tolen money, decides tu find bail—and faces the photographers. Fred Lounsberry. a programme director for a big broadcasting studio in northern ;New York Stale, contends that musicals to-day are suffering from "too little fun and too much art." He says that the immortal l'pe: "Id go insane without my cane," in a song entitled "My Walking Stick" which Irving Berlin wrote years ago. epitomises the "gaiety, goofiness, and abandon which wo are in danger of losing in our musical theatre." Judge George Neilson describes Washington as "the shoplifter's paradise." Shop de%  VA thi ir wits' ends over the problem, and losses run into millions of dollars a year. Crisp, smartly-styled MEN'S SHIRTS by CONSULATE—Collars attached and detached. SEA ISLAND COTTON SHIRTS and UNDERWEAR DRESS SHIRTS, by MARC-ELLA and DRESS COLLARS Handsome TIES (including BOW TIES, Maroon and Black for Evening Wear) IDOL ANKLET SOCKS and Half-length HOSE In many colours and patterns Da Costa & Co., Ltd. .i I I I IHHUIII II HHH'""" CELEBRATE IO-IH V nun A TURKEY SPECIAL AT Goddard s Restaurant Sfenmf from IO a.m. In 3 p.m. vor'LL KXJOY OIK GOLD BRAID COCKTAILS FRENCH ICE CREAMS I f-'larourn l i i n i ii i ii ii iii i iii i ii ii n i iiiii



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IHWAY. JULY I. IU BARB.VDUS ADVIK ATE PARE FIVE Judgment Awarded to Barrister-at-Law President Reviews One Year's Work Of Y.W.C.A. .Malik Vetoes Investigation Of Germ War Charges BEFORE GIVING JUDGMENT lot Mr. Lorenzo Williams. M.C.P., Barribter-at-Lnw, in Ihe Assistant Court of Appeal, Original Jurisdiction yesterday, in a case in which Waft Inez Spencer of Checker Hall, claimed £50 damages from him on the ground that he had assaulted and beaten her on December 12 last year. His Honour Mr. J. W. B. Chenery said that he was not forgetful of the heat and excitement cf the political battle at the time. "While I cannot forget thil in with him and was with him until the heal and sac Hawaii! cf the well over an hour after it had political battle a candidate might occurred. And that came In condo thing* which he might subs:trtdiclion of Bishop's testimony quenily regret or in h i heated which itself was regarded as unmomen's rcfram from doinu In this case thire is nothing to "So if 'hey datmatflW 'he IMUsuggest that the t-vicfcnro given mony of Gibb and Bishop, they hy the defendant is not s. true, were lift with tinevidence of In* honest and straight-forward atplaintiff and the defendant. The count of what actually took place," case stood or fell by the ihgree His Honour said, of credibility which the court (ell The case had been heard at c it could ailaen to the witnessts, date and yesterday th? always remembering that the decision was gh rrm ttill J com tn subtnltteu BOUM ago. They are still being sttafaV I The original proposals *-hkh had been prepared and submitted to Government by a Committee on.;i.-vd of Government Agricultural Officers. Mil''. Producers and members of lhe House of Assembly, were r %  M Producers as being impra.-ticoi aadM Iba INK FoUi-. ha Governor, the Miik PMdueti gejveed lo eta poeaU. and a Committee was get Tinw iiOgata n-.ajority of the Milk Producers an to. establishment i>( the Central D*pot and Cre* Replying lo a question by die Hon. Mr. V C Gale in lite Legislative Council a M*f wee I Secretary said that the cost of the s.hcmc had now risen to $B0.(HH) instead of $80,000 as was eathliated mentaiii n of the ,.1'rnative plans would > %  $50,000 more than they originally planned, Mr bOWtJVCff assured the Hon. Mr Oala lhat the scheme had not been forgotten, but was among a list of other matters lor serious consideration. MING the First Annual EUport ut thd V um • "•" pate t m ? !i / the Annual Gc %  .££ ol tint OrganigatiOCi n the JUth June, tne Frceilhe unified command toK >rKorej ani Hrd Chin.i A. j fj boon i During the vear undei .th d-bate *i unjnoved and still %  -he Association has been -egret that ihe i trlng d.raugh hii ban ran„ ol -Ur S ln a* *-J ^SJl UWllM Lkv.rnU-i. 1961, ralsMf mam with il* of lhe Attocmlion. %  ..j,. the .'... %  Work -id to reraambei the! <" "• In'. ...dies has n U ijughoui i it* and warned .hat Li: %  I Nal lid use the veto a^ain lo igaging I'DOMI. lug a :u vol.omc to Work and to remember ttr i*W.CA BY o-.^ure' Ihe ao.iSERVE ONE ANOTHER CA-r or C % %  %  % %  %  • are in record inn U %  sleeptat i Ukt % % %  I i 'l as local lhe Finances of UM A pointa CHII that "lhe lUtUted . to the Sl-t DeeemI %  .... l*er show a ercdil b;]liue n' v %  S1.S67.03. for DnnaThe Preirieiit Anally %  mrrnbem lo pay .illniMt n H ml to I mhgHptiona as Kti of tt to b i .. V gf I Y !" be mi rtwad gad rti at ... din Hi' : %  : %  % %  %  %  dear re.... ,,.. draft resobi the lutsna connected with the use of i % %  c a p o n s by Nominal Kt til If ill Is Best Athlete In Aruba Sports tsttpectton Parade To Be Beld On Julv 12 KUCAR l.OADF.D INTO •CEIRULO" £=£ %  &' i&Xrsismv&3%!*4gt&Z'i plaintiff has ui • %  •-•* % %  % %  • % %  _"--] to keep out of his htulneaa. Sho case and Judgment Is given lo the y_ r i b !. ? !" : was cut on lhe lefi siduof her defendant. mouth %  At lhe lime, "he added, *he h-*l taken up two stone*, but had been Af\l |o*|XP< Ki R penuaded no' lo use them. 1U fl^MlsS rUI\ H,. SSSS ^J^aSouS FAtLTY^"EIGHT-S James Cibbs and Jason Bishop. Is duo to urrive In Bsrba. .. uo, hunly on a lour of Inspection %  • %  nllv >v?,do 1 U .• "' "" %  ,roo s '" h utand S^hy'-f" tE rn^sl 'SSffidSS *' I' !" i Pondcof Ih. ..Ihlolo m UM 12Ih annual Queen', £ !" ">""1 troop" will be held on Birthday Olympiad held at thu fJfiSK fjtj? J "'", Th .* U.JO Sports Park. Aruba. He w lOhejtsml (or this parade wlU tmk* presented with the award bv Mr. blaee at the Garrison on Thursday O. S. Mlngus. Lago General ManJuly 10. at 5 p.m. ager. Mr. Hill was srle.Med the most P..1—... T n M J outstanding athlete of Hie OlymLllegales lo DC Named 9 ad when in lhe (Ivo ecntj in F 0 r Fats And OMS Talks Inch he rompote.1. he cirrlt^l ., . A,,, lu ,. a ^M^-I„ olt three Mrs, ; Ih iu fl^TS ol OKI ig nnuu, -tigioT ' n.h activity on the tiaa oi man bu..u .Lrfi^rl y"*X.." l S^Z ined and toaaed baa of augiu ^ .rM*ing taken loth. Norwegian Brigadier A. C. F. Jackson, loan o( IWnitUra Wltneut sriUca %  ** %  *? ** q**"* Conunande. -f the Cibbean Area m* OMlW B>m arranging for aucfa tWl hat rn—n the posiuvaatljjatl U of UM if bfartcaung ai t i MCh false Mtion in : • reaaea lhe tanaion among lhe'future.'*—U.F ions and which is deslgi undermine lhe eft. i uted Nations lo combat aggres. I in Korea and the >.. Ota people of the world I: (Iain's .Sir Oladw ".eluding thu delude on lhe ra ktican proposal, appealed lo a.ilik to abstain In U ithar than using Iha veto to p' >"kv a grave situation. \: IA A' ivaafc he would not parlicipale u> LOG ADRIFtA log hit baeo slgliled drifting i*t latimge 10 IS dsgraea north and lcngUtt.de M. IS degrees west. Shiparc asked to be on tbe lookout for this log which could be dngcrons to navigation. Thi massage was received by the Harbour Master. "Daerwood's" Cngines Now Being Checked but lhe testimonies of these witI \J1 >i asK | I outsianduig athlete of ihe OlvmWeiegaies lo bo Named Her Report showed tfaa ncsics wer; so i.ianl'lly full o: i,J -* ,JW UI Mad when In the five events in For Fats And Q'ls Talki n> inberdiip ol the Y" is U! conlradiclion. both Inher tit . wclal ,., ilhich he rompeted. he carried ., -.,, ,.,, Al .. llfUa rtma i.. "<" 18 ^H %  embers, and .-nd eontradiction to the plaintiffs w 25 h SJS 11 s Wofshm Mr ol1 *""> nrsU V** "** '" the mlv iw. te rltort^toTuun? '" ^" liP *, ">" wilh hc Organ.sed OUT. testimony, that no COUrt *> 'Z !" '* vAteu.v and in^ a"oth" and third In lhe other. JJJ MiJauL end advlaer^tl^tte U '*" ponsored by Ihe A Uu. ^ Barbaans B-lu i lont ^^ A ,.-., rt k. "In this connection," ni-icnssion Aside ". c *?• 22* l3 l ^ e }* and the ln ffll i 1ornw ot Rpo rts. 'ncludlmi rhculd be conunuJd. and If go. foi ,h "I"* 1 aialea "Ihankj mu-i „.K a TK-V .. h.a !" dtoe. fonlblll „.,,, „>,,,.„,.. ;t which h, wna j^,^, ]ltld ^Vlial terms. %  AVaugl— re ure four inoto: ,-.,*d In the Cansenage Theex lhe Caiibbee, Willemstatl, Blw Star and Daerwood itoth Ihe t*arIIIIHM. ,.n I Willrmtlail live Jucome qg| the dock from a genera under review the work month's bn.prbjorunaot. by ^ rtcfj||Jt || C I' Stt-ute. Mi-. H. (JrlnV.i Mrs N Uaffna, who took _. and Mrs I %  b) within the Oulf of Paris are noil fi.it that an unllgbud yellow mid whlto buoy illlcd with a square slisped radar reflector, lopmark spar and yellow and black strip**, has been moored In latitude in degree-a, DO ntliiutei north, longitude 51 degroes, ol mlnufs, 35 sec on4s wmt "rlthin the bombing •ad strafing range sign. Ships are ashed lo be on the look-out Negligence Of Driver Not Proved Because Kenneth Bcsl of Round was given. Mr. E. W. Barrow, have proved his case. It would proof of negligence on Ihe part The Tow.i. St. Peter, failed l nstrueted by Mr. D. L*o Sargeanl have been sufncier-t to say that of lhe defendant lie-cause, too. aa prove thai Arlington Savoury, a appeared for the defendants. jh e accident occurred and the h.-^lnuLs. the defendant was dodriver of Peterkins Land, wna In Ihn case, evidence was given damage, and leave II lo lhe defening uboui 15 miles an hour, the negligent while driving the car by the plaintiff himself, the Judgo dant to disprove lhe c^se same as he was don", and there M—382 along Garden Road, St. remarked, evidence lhal neither of -Bui unfortunately for lh wtt nothing lo suggest that he n December 26 last year, lhe vehicle, were going fast and plaintiff, negligence In matters of I i um..! care. His Honour of Ihe Assistant Court both had on their Indus, and all mis kind has to be positively "We are only lefi v.ith the fait of Appeal. Original Jurisdiction, the plaintiff could aay was that proved and wt la you always feel of the accident and Ihe mere fact Mr. J. W. B. Chenery, ye-derday lhe accident did occur. sympathy for a man who throt i enough to is%  no "tuh f his suffered damages, > I irj fo say lhe plainA Het Uay ycl in this partrrulir case, it Is L'ff has discharge*! lhe L But the evi(,tnce of the police obvious lhat under the circumupon him. who took measurements was that stances, lhe occas on of lhe overit was a very wet day, lhe roads flowing of the gutters by lhe the] evidence as %  re full of water and some had water al this stage made It dimwhole. I am liound to cmne to th. spilled over into the gutters, obvlcult. If not lmpo*.-ibIe for tho concluiiori thai the plaintiff ha* Cutelerla Kit .ioals briefly wltn %  tM -. i: .'itiii v. ilh the working of ih,. Cafeteria, the Presifilbute IO the "on l Inmanner ln which aiu retarla with the help of a member of Ihe Committee. Report im: on the Ubrary. she %  taled "lhe Committ'.v and Mmbcrs of Ihe Y.W.C.A. arc graletlioao donors who sent us literature during the past | adxlgd "I" %  re being buHl and we will be ible to set up a H 'dine" i mitiee appealed t > mlfti r |o take advanUIW 3* sf#i'a' TAt flNGER"F.'8E TOUCHES YOU/ g;.ve judgment for Savoury and Louisa A. Sluarl. of Black Rock, the owner of the car. from whom Best claimed 3240 damages. Besl claimed that Savoury negligently, recklessly and unskilfully managed and drove lhe car with the result lhal n collision occurred ously ak/ng it difficult to distlnpartta* to d MinguKh the sides of < %  Hod m 'he .tuty placed upo ie surface of the road. the road. him to prove negligence i of the damage, he suffered in"In rases of collision, the maxim %  : i.nt and th> convenience and discomfiture. res Ipaa loquitur does not apply," Nrgliprnrr > was really due to exThe case had previously been His Honour said. "If t did apply, -\ am unable lo find from th.%  heard and yesterday the decision the plaintiff undoubtedly would evidence of the plaintiff, any nal Bcsl gave notice Of appeal FINE CRETONNES GIVE YOUR ROOMS A RRIGHT ACCENT We olter in our LINEN DKI'T. CRETONNES 48 ins wide ft S2.27. tilj SI 80 l.7 yard 36 ins. wide (a $1.42 yard 27 ins. wide 'a 88c. yard MUM III PLASTIC :; ins. irMa g Mc. SI.IIO. ^l Kl'RBLK SHKETIMi WhileM ins. Ktdsj B *2.2" ...i.l lied — M Ins. wide i H.U yard PaUNTSO TABU CLOTHS RiHtl v; in ,.„ h 45 x 45 u $1.77 each CAVE SHEPHERD & 10., LTD. 10. 11. 12 & 13 Broad St. r *t • > • &f &f &f&f a-( -t saaaa far ihose sllVogTflaPsTfffS \h*Au Strip* JtylmM In Pink. Blue & White — al $2.8? Y.l. ••/V#r*af'//ai" Thls Is a very serviceable art silk material, and Is available In lovely range of plain shades. Jlwi Silk I in"" TaWrr in Pink. Silver, Chan.pagne, Ktj-j, Lgaaon, Blue, Torquoise, hose. UU.-. Oois de IS %  ..-.%  and Wl.i'e at ft.fd HARRISONS BROAD STREET-DIAL 2664 &f # &f BILE BEANS IkMp WaH YOUTHFUL FIT and NAPPY —full of rigo Bue I Wail, will alto make vital, full energy, cheertul and -uixcnlul. You will noi have indigestion, htsd %  acaea or be comtipaied, lirerith or lired if you take Bile Beam J



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PACK SIX CLASSIFIED Aj)S.\* mm tw ? mm BAAEADOA ADVOCATE TELEPHONE 2SOS DIED AWtXN*. rt„ ii ft,, i ,iy I^J B3alri* Loa-t-a I1H ifrni W. c>M< at MMn rUrpalatu. twin St.i TIM (.ju-*al leave*, her III a no* CMMI MM, S( htlcriae' at 4 •> clock 1hl> rv*.,trg for Saint Marl.ng Church St PTal.tp mm* an invited Ciereae Kewlm. %  taiN (ttMrtdi NT T-dKd Paper* Can 7f5 tn IN MKMOKLAM ALU T VI-1,, ..„,.., dears. Ml^:i J-..-H i A. ..eyrie, w*v. I Jutl • I' I laid 1 . a Mfinn (nnut. Or .hake al death* nlaema Til bul the vi He Kim Jevtii nirfe To call IM lo llta eraa SVver la berw.ft.Vfi-t In Piedr e AHrMi.iwlfei. Darnler. oarnat, Elliott imn*> Eva. Budora. leMMi OrirRt.u-i-.a-htar..ladefme oriMut .eoet-srilewmilt Cotim. Elrlta. O-rn. feat*BUTAS—... loving; miw, of d-Mlng -if. Cm., D*rrvtt-u who d partaef Uiia lile M btarrta* Ur*>c M. PY n. i....n>< ia end*. 1 hOpb r shall inet yoa again Wltlnuti D-ri..^. 'T.^be-et. if-., Whit. ""I""". Jel.n IOM PBgBM %  • -.'un,.. Mur~ In loving %  Ml II i parted ihi. in,Ir in Hi* I ..I— Mo* whet i Juty tlh IBM -Men i. sTeahvi be, WnfnMM' b* in. Mo. PKRSOXAL Thy public arc heirby >.,imril main siaing *dn io in. arise, awxi*.; A-matro-u; i... Ml, M 1 rroaetf iripoi.i'L.e for hci nr atv'orelee ranitadlnr *ty debt or debit My MH un.fi l>> a written M aimed l>. me rind LIME AtuitmnNi WaM IHi-l' %  Pilie f M M o^ irne unlB". t>j .. > i Sgrl MAHRTON MM Oall HHI. A,rggo/ rW'" &> " %  SMI AUTOMOTIVE. EARN BIO MOStXY by lelllag Rediasurlon in yow ipe*lime fiat a i-Lfiy of lormi today i T S> %  >. ton WEN i CAB-ili AUII* 7 H P IA r.n nodltiori. BeCenUy ~ii HDlllHl I mud Dial MM. j 7 > Minn S.SM m,*. OAK Dodae Super-Drl.. ••Million anal OwMr-d at MM II. %  SI— t f 1 MiJTUKCYCIXTriumph Speed In HI* Motorcycle in perfect ourK1 or4ar X III Ucrnta said. Apai< H Alma-, hear l>*|W*U, Cti Ch. .one J2M j.i s*--Sri HOUSES Attractive ataalda FTal main road llaanr, Hml i rU -l r fcjrnlMiaal. En|iab Bath. Open Varandah lanna M KuiUti. ona pmon lor couptoi rtnoi July | %  .rplUM M. it.e n—i ( n ,i-hid. • "ram lit Anna, lurnlinm %  IDNa' brir mr Oardaaa Thr* orncr si'Atx sttccl near Tufa-*. r>r Co MM bultdln* af Spry M Apply Auto % %  A ruAl.II—Attracti*a 3 fardn WA.V*TJED ONE Hi AuaUn two Ion truck and ore AuMln A D Car Trlcpkuna BOI, v aeon a co LW M f 30—t f.a THUCK—Onl-uri V- *-Ton Truck IP n p l.ut.-r *ma PlMtw %  • l.U> B-. raaa*i>MM| Co 1 MMla BXCCTKKAI OENtllATTHUW-Oin S'. K \ A U v %  C Cao-ralor I | Volt. Phon,4JL_ TU-li. MM JUS. AMUVTOJ Hi Ur tra-Modarn Radln-CiaiH iwll 1 rlunjrni TwoflcKu '. .lardl* worn**. In atu^-liv* binctA A tuatlinl quantity n| a>M PCS MArrxi A CU I.T1 %  iWn. Ilamt •*,., n e.sit 1 u UULLARD HAZHOrV S I.M Tabla L.KI*I MciM Caah 01 in an down an.. "'•0 p*I month. LASHIXVr* LWtTKD. r. Wn, Hy H 4 1.H~n UUULAHD BULJI" 40 watt only *>< AWILIVK LTMrtKD. Pr v. c.AIUn^K" Tor laaMW, Gardnta. Apply: J. A. LTD. .....a. VcpaiWf'.vrd B**p in. tload pay t.. Ipa \-,,. ,.. n Ch. Ch .raa. Muil HU.l parapu. %  pf At %  1 t RMfl, 1 *-,'%  FftlDAV. JULY A. \Ht %  M OT.H SALES %  BALCSTAIT fMM, iMriGfl rn-aaj ,. (-1 -%  Koch'haa dMUif. drain •id .*arl hadmemt Woden ronv*. •"* Phon* _T* Mr *Ia FU t 3? V HtTIOAlOW -Maalcr^ %  VT-.U,"ndin* 1*1 alnutat • acva land Wall"Hlvalad and vary pradurtlva •><• %  cloa*d o,, all .nto. ami MIUAM* or, "— %  ** %  ApUr Hn M D Karrta QMInl. Mia", pitta VUlaa*. II Jam** Hfarn I 1 1 linUBTOM Ward and P"*B •< *"" VllUaV If J...rpV *• %  %  !• •arllh a •raikiy and *itrh*n %  Wachad will W -,—^ lo, S| hy „, '.ov-rtim-nt: Auction*cr en tha 141*. day : July. IM A IXT 4 1 UV-3 I-A?n> M.TM aquarw Wt "I inu itnat* at aVUtona HIM. laii.t MihMl clo>-d with atana watl on 1 ,d*a InaMr* ov-r tfaa h\rbour \....,i.) aold aa a whoa* or in 4 lot* :,-, qnl'lc* to the undariisnrd CAIUUKCTON A KCALV. %  St.-tn Th* undrrauniad will unVr lor a>U> aft tna>r orltca No. 11 Klfh .trc*;. Brtda-aI'Ui day of JnVt on rriday. I "HMJonal rank *M^.KUM| Machlnr provtoua %  .p^rlcncr T" ••Urn* tli.: Ul Auguat. '5*. App!) in paraon milt wntlati 1* CO i.-pllrallon lo ftonriary. Dowdina Eitatr THE DWnXHC HOUNE known %  %  Glcnflora" %  tandiruf on I ac-. 1 raoaM 73'i pcrrhri of Und on tha mam road .t Whlto Mall. Saint t-.tci.aoi aUrrtrtr i-jsrm ir^l running wntrr. Impprtior, any day on application lo Mr John Alfred nynac un the pramlaa* Por fimhrr partfeVulan and condition. IO.— COTTLB. CATTOrip 4 IttHti Tr-dlna Co IJmlUd 2 7 M, 7: rrrriit-rNci*.-h wltl The undaralanrd will ofntr tor Mia l>IIC Dam • kair aaTaae Wrltp 'CJ MISCKI-I.ANKOUS irh Itfaat, B1.1U. tha M dap of July. 1MB at 1 p.aa. Thr hurtalow known %  • CASVIIJX with tl>* land thcrrta conlalnkoa by adwith |n*"nrm*nt 041 %  (t HtuMa In *4nv>Oardonx. Chriit Church and ...i.minln* an open v*randah lavtna wuUt and aaai. rorawli.rd drnwlna A •I.run* MOM. 3 badrooiru, toiiat. Dolh and kitch-n with E'*f* !" l rooma for two aarvanU and with alaclncit/ in' .Had InaprcUor, m ft" POCKCT MONEY .aally aarn-d yrreorhmaridlna M nrw rotaar-tber BTDIFtUAtON in one month %  MMt flMl M M.T-PUEMSNT YOUB BfCOMC b> ...cmrnar.dml fUlniPrVSIOM OMa.i. -II partk-jlari from t.e HEUDTV^ iwN ^Wc" 1 : %  '. TWBHTY-riVE DXILLAM a %  om Badawuitun for M w tioai In on* calendar month On-Hotpomi Klo<-,, -We Oven ami Wa... aidltton D*tl tirr 1 I ..;• a, Mam WRB-f AC.|KLd %  i-/r Fwr Piiadol rncani otiirC f*W/ few mdhriat r^uftcrl by P#fior|lr piling -hrfidkcltc. too— Wrthr.111 iii|(rccbkA'ler-riTtHfv Aa* y..ur .Irunijr (. %  fmrm.lnl •cruiifirwllv comr^tm.Ir*] froq) ) "T rtit-, Tbename "Dr (h.v %  a >ov. U %  D> „ DR. CHASE'S PARA890I. •-MMlQufC* r%  '" %  *'rVlMfl j'orP**..-— Palace Oriental KeciiPrdos I>c Indiu. Chino. v Cylun ]'..-. %  1 H. Taihapcln I %  p'>-i lit .m 1 t-nt o MrnrK IM tjuiiicc 1'in itnIn Dm. ni %  ') %  Bnralill'i TIMNI'S V. U'ni. Hrnrv Slrp*l Dial 3466 rtanalnc Unit lilt 7 ~. 13-7n PVK fUTTEBY BfiTS-Juat -"(Wlcf: NfAITBTI RADIO ILliimtM 131 aa-tfn rUBNITl'KE ciiAn—o.e umrocE !IUH. ui I' 11 Bull, (toad Cwt, i OATS—• %  hv praak Unin A Alpine mia-l — milk Apply CTrll laihwaita. Cardan Land. Country MECHANICAL n in Agfa Karomat Camera. MLGrlKB. BUnafcld Scott. ONB '*undi. Ii Aaromotor Mill %  Co Ltd. 'plion* > TYPEwniTXB*;-.,M md new lya. wrilara: Baw llab> Witnbien onlj |nD'~ icd laijer iiortablei tit 1)10.00 ond ui 1'ie— marlilnn may .11 b* had on • %  il v.*ilho,il .ibLBallon. K ft ilunto A Co.. Ltd 1.1 li*• %  prtcca of u ,t .hipmenl will bo higher Da Coat%  CO Ud, Kla.-tr.iai Dapa. ti.iant 4.1 M—an MISCEL1 ANEOUS Third Annnal Bttffll Show \ luce v %  %  <1! and ,,.,. WILFAJU: iri I I t..rrt-n •1 1 •.t IU| m • Ptronaa I I .dv Seel %  !:'• "live Mar Cuds School ol DANCING • rnoGBAMME I .<• P. lira Band 0AL IOMJDY WNR Mffi ."i LHoiluaa In My Uouaa" %  (..; >; TltE TOV EOL1 1/£1.1 liur budSAW 101,0 OuaM AiUata 11 uib-x.a I W lluDantitx" *ui Buda B TT*, 1 >B mo DoAaa — live War Bw*> I .ANCB ,. II Uud%  A J namt SCENf iBkotcbi %  t I V. ::..e Bluq 11.. aaV % %  *. Jahn BeeUri. MM*., "rtlll I Ih ,\.,l .I\SI 1 Hiiinv <.' Capt. MM! M BE. tha PoUeo 1 ;.ply Iba Muatc. ADMISSION $1.00 rw THfeau i Knpnlanl. M Iwin Etroe' Ladte. lUthaufU ljyy.lv l-.n. gold. b..< Oly -t.l* ..1 4.1 -1 iAIAANISETI -i,clal offer I )* Ilntqualtv E Uai. gaiv % %  fet ? It M -U I It '-lard PCBLIC \OTH>*A IB TBF MATTBK OF T1IF COMPAN'IPACT l*ia AMI RADIO H'UrilllllHI .IAIAMH-. I.IMII i I' Iha Valunlary I^aaldaiMail NOTICE ii MPfaTry EtrW that pur.uam '? ir-tikn lo of too Cotnpaiuai A "*4. A gonrral Viwtlnr if i- Metal"% %  I lha aaava name*] Coinoinv will b* Mid Jt ih* OfflaM of Ma*ar< ftov-U *-. siaale. Public Aaco,.,,. -it. and Aadi tart. IIK-B. at teat. BTidgwu-w.i at a n.ra on TUaoiay, In* Iht da> of Auguii Lfti, for 11* purpwaa ol hfing ai. -onui, IIM bel^r. thoM aliowlna tha nuont a whlah the -vlrtdlng-up lie* barn eon ucie.i and tha prooor.y of tha t amsaV %  in* I Of. and of hearn.g 11) ripian.. •10.1 that rru)/ ba given by the Uquidn tar. and araa bf Hriarmlaiaa l ritra -nii.nM rrwi.itlon the inannre in artucn taw bvOki. An.iu.liand ikiCuincnla o to Company and af lha Liquidate Erreof 'Kail l>* di.an-ed of DaUd ftkM 4iH day of July, 1MB. E ROBLN^or Ltquldal GOVERNMENT NOTIH 'iOVKRNMENT Or DARBADOH SALE OF NCKUP The Butbndos Regiment bos f< .ii. Ihllnwn Pickup wilhf/ut ilm' and leajr-box The Pitk%  ftp U In a ilism;mtlrii conditi 2. Olerg in wrttins are invited (of the purchase of this vthlcli which ran bf* • !" -n on uppllcfttloti to lli'.idquartpr*. the Barbados liofdm-'nt. I. Offers fthould be aubmittcit to the Colonial Secretary, Publli BuUkUng>. not later than 4.00 p-m. on Thursday 10th July, 1852 4. 7. 82— 2n %  %  in letting; or limply na r-altrj. balldtag fooic BOBTB' %  * VtiAST-PHOS u rhc to your probUaa. Vitam and tnin.'raii comhintd [ %  LAST-PHOS an your I \i f Rood health. wlien we liavo the T LAUNCH-Cabin Engine, t.cel -m On;, paaai •trtnt Mland. I' .iMirED Pi ... twaf ira..v*d. a*. •*tilh Pacific, CaL-paoi bv 1 RotlVk ffvmrallnii .! %  I'll Ltd PJM . i;;rtate fOfaUl fhe 7 In rdhaa.. 0B ak i -nr haidwnt.. drain WAT. ^rbucfc SI 4 I If.* I f—i C -• %  I ne|-ir bi U>e .n. ; PajlT* Nan.nanrr -i AM A'r .-r>lT a -, %  I 1 %  .> Ait*-.i' %  i M In-a, Tal. Jill II 4 aB—fj.ta % %  ..-.. I-...HIM No-cord iron rt ITS Inokv I.NOHSH but AMF.lt'( if Ga HUK Plata "f f HANMNOS • (IHNRR STOBI l >U mm Strrvl JuirnllF MKsl. n.n. | und. FURNITURE for Home & Office %  'fiKtev-fiavliiq Prices unv Bd %  taadi Ife.t %  -o*s iaKS w-th n>t or -V*. MM! %  araag-Mal %  n--.e%  L. S.WILSON fiirthar raniei •a la apply to ( OTTIX CAT1 al.Ll CATTORD CO SB 51 -n AUCTION By kind airoilaa H n I m.a Mil at 1 p M MrfhrarM) A Co Oaraaa PHday i %  B.B A I Se.ier Sedan Cai working Order Term CMh B. Thar MaKwa Hv inatrurllona of tha bMUraaca Caa* pany I will MD at ttw GBKXRA1 MOTOR nWHD3l* CO Ne!n fl-ee one IBM SOMmrr-Mf Au-nn Sedan Cat d.,magad by aaaaaVnl. Doaa . l-uJdlac J MeiUty nuBad a aaruien aa bada** —— CHANCERY SALE GOVERNMENT NOTICE Pndap %  a parare and dnrlng U>' Tun ,,anU| DAIRY HiaBXBT MX*Tar*KY Uld JAM FA OHA.NT ATKLNS PU-1V-PlalnUfl. "•"""' •* the will of aryarw Muyphy. daroaaru and -lajJCBWT WAITBB and AITURL1A CUARKEDolaridanta acting b*MBr> by D*Ar*y Araguatu* SaMt taalr conrtuuMd Attorn*,. ALL. THAT certain piece or parcel of Und alluat* al Eagle Hall Road In tha pariah of Sal' t Jdleharl In tha liland containing by i id th.eo atBM warcriM or tharaabouU abuttma ai bo—lad aw two aid* an laada of Alb*rtha Payi.. •w or lawaf ana atra. Tho-ui and on tagle Hall Road aforeaaid r kowoAM (Mo Iho aaane ra ab—tiig aid bounding Togwiher with aa naMiMga or dwcllangruuM tharaon called "Byare Villa" and II and ingulai othat the t-alding. and ararUona on tha aaM pareel I land arectad and built u-*mg and betag wtlh -naganirtanancrv glM • a DAT* 'W RAUC WUJJAMa. m-CIiancMy "SB Jona. I NOTBCK TUOWNEBH ANDCNEVVSOF FISHING BOATS TB* aa Wnt aoo ol all owners and crewa of ii-.tuna boaU i* drawn to Sub • a a. iMiu U> and (S) of atecUoa 18, of the Havrbour -na Satpt*na asMwT A*ft, liga ( wbtcb provade as followi:— "CD It shall be the duty of iba owner ul a flatting boat to astaSBt bis boat ia not rnaaV last to any part of tat waaarvaa. or bndaaa. or uwhorad ia uas Carawnaa* aaca-t wkaa actually engaged In '—^"g flah, or whan on account of weather condition! per mi salon u given by the Harbour and Shipping Master (3) Por any breach of this Section tha owner ol a ashing boat shall be personally liable to a Una not asasa ss sss sl hv* pounds to be recovered in a summary way before a Police Magistrate. 4.7.M.—n SHIPPING NOTICES ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. hAi Lwo raoM i i am i a a rrBMTOB -m JUNE ir-12 HX8TIA 4th July lpH C CCTTK -A llth JuH, ISM M-tr-ni nth Jut. i*u BOSKO-d* 1-1 Auiuu iau SAIUNO TO 1IIOM 'il;A,VJKSTAD IAUI jui,, !,, U-I7.0 TO T-UAB. PftRAMAKIRO A RSlnsN 01HNA Bt S STEMTUR llth July. 1HJJ S COTTICA SMh JuJ. *S S -TReTTOR lh Auruaf. 1I AHJ>4<1 IO I'KIMUIAD A CIRACAII I HCR.1IUA *tn J,.*v, ISM it'l IA( AO IIVI 1 I S HP-TTA II*t July. W.J S P MKSSO.V. SOM A CO LTB Agrata The M/V Ci aoeawt Canto and DonunJca AntUf.ua. Montaani rhnia aad St Kitt> S-ihna Slim mi \ 9 H r^ da> UM .I Tha M/ CARIIIE %  %  %  ai Baaaa Vincent. Qranada and Aruba. Date Of Mlll&a lo be nouftcd. LODGE STONE WORKS CO. A l a if e qaantlty af aa-ichlnrbroken Hint sftoaa. ; aU ariea. snlnble far SMMht or %  *ara CanstTBetioa and /or makLac eonerete blocks, or I aay other eonerete aim. tares. The Ce. alas ander; take the easarrtrBeUaa of Beads aad Yards by eaa1 tract, or aa*tervhT*sD. Dia l zflM KEITH KAY AIDE asaaacer Canadian National Steamships I lotimioiNi CAN'ADIAN CBUISXIl CANADIAN COII U.aY RODNEY V.II.-I SaUa B'daa IIH — t Jut1 .' %  — 14 July 14 Jury* i U July u SB Jury | .lOBTRrlOI'RO Anrlaea B'gaa I LADY NELSON 4 J U | T CANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR M July : %  -ADY RODNXY .. 7 Aag. IS July r> Juli ORIENTAL PALACE VILVCT EVENING BAGS • SMCIEIII). SOI'VKNIKH FHOM LNiiu. nnsi a CEYLON THAN! S WATCHES GOLD. STTEL as* nmoMiLM Made hi for IftdVaa aa* SBBSM H %  I.I-Y (it 'A It ANTE ED IS Today at yoax jewelitrs . Y. De LIMA A UK. I.TII. 20 BROAD ST. and at M.AHINr I.MIIHNH HHOPPfNO CENTBE furftb*. rartM-ular* ml. to— GARDINER AUSTIN & CO w LTD.—Aienu. Vv/,v/x UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER Tur*daMb by aNaf of Mrt J r. m so will aaU Ska Puimlture at rcllfla", St l-.wroe.ee Gap, wttK-n at D.. .. .Tabl*. Upr>at Cha(nv i. a*wu>a A Ornament TabigB. Rhd Settee Card T-hla Cllaaa A China. Duu-rr A Tea Ser\ loco Rlectrlc Lamm. l*oaatr> A Kettle. Clock alra. Ru> Ai-m Ckain. 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TO-DAVS NEWS FLASR j PI — ri ng out our new stock i <-l sum gun r rtildges— X 12 OL'AGE EI.EY—911.66 ? per IM NET CA8B % Big eloslng out i-t-ilu.-Liiin 0 on all HARDWARE ITEMS I rVe/W///A '.*.',',', lAfc C'G'TRANSATLANTIQUE •iwibK. froa laaSfM ka •• OBWOWI. MUOIUI, MaafttB TIUUJMI. LI (Mn. Canu> a Juuka ri—i 1 M M I M I MI AITITM bitala -DE ORASdl 4th June, IMJ ., ltlh Jun 1W1 "coLomii" .. ith ju. iau and Juir IMI • DE 0RA88E" 12th Julj. ms .. J4th July, IMI 'Not calling at Guadeloupe SAILING ntOM BARBADOS TO r L'ROI-E Freui Berbade* Anteea liflhimiitnn ^ '"DX GRASaa" 21th June. ltM ath Julj, 1952 S "COLOMBIE" . llth July, 1852 .. 2Bth July. 1842 j "'DE OttASSB" th Au. IM .. ltth Aug., IMI J 'Sailing direct to Southampton %  M/V U II I I >ISI \|| FOR SALE Built in Cambridge, Maryland. U.S.A. in 1943. the jlvesjel carries an Enterprise 1.000 H.P. Marine Diesel %  Engine. Specifications as follows :— Registered Tons 433 Gross *• NHt Length overall 140 leel Be*m a* t* "•all IS' Loaded Cargo Capacity 4M Tons Passenger ncromnvidallon for 10 Cabin Passengers The vessel is at present undergoing yearly Survey by American Bureau of Shipping Surveyor at Bridge* town. Further particulars and inspection on application. HANSCHELL, LARSEN & CO. LTD. AGENTS BBBSBBtt*9-*-F7'-rn>r-c M eeaee M as NOTICE CLOSED FROM TUESDAY FOR STOCK TAKING RR-OPENING FRIDAY THE 4TH THE 9EXTHAL IMI'OIIII U t and Tudor Htreeas travel Cunard JOHNSON'S STATIONER snd HARDWARE Colony Club Introdue*'* BARBECUE Ta Barbados SATURDAY JULY 5 Daaekiimi.Moon. Bathlnc And GeaerallT civile ltu*oraul K*a.rv.1lon. In M 2.7.51—In. | B.M.S. "MACRBTANIA Applications for Trans-Atlantic Passages to England during 195.1 have already reached unprrdlcted levels. 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• Malik Vetoes Investigation Of Germ War Charges American Resolution Comdemns Soviet Move As Undermining U.N. Efforts To Combat Aggression \ew YOKK, u,l\ 1 O I'SSIA on Thursday vetoed Ihr American propose Red Cross invcslit-almi: of Communist Kcrm u;u U.S. Seek Priests Release \IW YOKK. Jul I for 11 i 11 charges and Ihe United Static*, immediately demanded Ihnl the I'ntied NateaeM dismiss the allegation*, as "without snhklaure and false" %  soviet delegate Jacob Malik casl the liltirlh veto hi hluck tile UniUii Status cii.iUengc to the Kremlin to "put up or shut up" on it.s charges that American troops B| for the United Nations in Korea had used germ weapons against tha CfeltMM Communists and North Koreans. Malik's was the only negative vote in the ten to one ballot in favour of the American resolution But the Security Council rules require a majority ol seven members including all five permanent members and the Soviet negation is enough to kill the investigation. -It la the first veto in the UN wr e r~tA 1 1 %  **** November SO. IBM. when K lllir I *ll*ll Malik voted three times in DM AVXllfil M. til til dav to kill thAimrtcan ppou\J I roaolattofl calling upon North Korean mid Chinese Compressor* to quit Korea A veto has been used only 51 times in the United Nations' bjg. I M olhei countr%. France, has used 'Inpi ivi*aa< :i> has east 13 vetoes but stili trailed far bvhmd the origin al Soviet no no" man Andre Gromyko who vetoed 25 lime* .it tad Nations' career. United State* Ambassador Ernest Gross called upon th Security Council to condemn Ihe practice of fabricating and dtlscminattng such false chaige^ which increase tensim nations and which i.designer te undermine the efforti nf the United Nations to eombart aggression in Korea ind the support of peoDle of Mir world foi these efforts." Gross gained tne floor immediately after the vote and recalled that North Korea and Bed Ch had refused with Russian hackin to let either the Red Cro United Nations World Heultl Organization enter their territory In look Into charges that Unite. SUtas 1 troops had used gem weapons against Communis 1 forces. One Conclusion "Tha negative vote of n < nion". hr aid. "ha* prevented the Security Council Iron arranging for impartial invr these fact %  Talal Goes Home AMMAN. July 3 Km* Talal of Jordan returned lo ln desert capital to-day by air from Beriut alnjost M i aflgq leaving his kingdom tor awopaau medical aid. The sl-vear-oid monarch stepped out of a twin engined plane at a military ainteld -m the outskirts of Amman to the sound of a 21 gun salute from a battery of 23 pounder; D gunners of the Arab legion The King whose mental condition has precipitated a political crisis in HasscmiU looked M is suffering from Srhiizoph (split personality) He was greeted by his ministers and members of the Regency Council appointed by the Government to carry out his duties in his absence Immediately after the three minute reception, he drove to Basman Palace on th. of Amman where he in expected ti remain for a time under medi i-al treatment home but The King has it remains fid may lie "any medical attention to which hi might agree. The three-man Regency Council Is expected to continue to net for him until he is sufficiently recovered to be able to shoulder his responsibilities or until 17-year-old heir apparent Prince Hussein now at ichool near London comes of age next May—I'.P. French Will Re-examine Duclos Case PARIS. July 3. The French Government came under lire for the handling ol Jacques Duclos case as authorities decided to rc-eje..; %  • %  C leader Must of ih. papers this morning expressed 'surprise" and "stui that the government should havi dean ami pourad criticism on ih AgjBasJi pants The court decision freed Ihjclor on the grounds that thi "raasonable doubt" that ba ana caught radhaodad in a plot %  %  the state and the CocnmUB er can only h, %  gTtsgatd again H the National Anscn .bly approve? the lifting ol ttw Cosnnuaual deputy's parliamentary Immunity After a (lye hour meeting ^ol the cabinet yesterday. >pox< stnai: Raymond Marcelltu said the government will open a new file on Duclos' case but dodged questiont when the new proceeding.might commence In any case it It doubtful if an) action could be taken bef tlon next week. It was also taker as certain that government will act only if it is sure it has b strong enough case to win a major ity vote—ll.p. BERLIN. JuK S L) S authorities .„, i -hey at. king "constant gflbrl t< the releesM ol '.lira* Catlwlir prtaats • with a Geimao w oaten araaad Soviet soldiers ou the Ea't-Wcst bordei yesrtr day. A United States' sp. keemni I, irtlcers are in con%  >uli with Soviet bea. quarters and are demanding U i Die Chicago priest .i matter we a not going to let drop, we are constant contact wWh 0 i S Tha priests, Martin Born* /yk. George Gorski and Hron.-%  i • ki '.ver.pick, c up with Frau Kaumi.i. kler at 10.00 a.m yesterday uii i i of the United Slab sector of Berlin and the SI-VI.I 4 lirrmunv Copra Exports HilPeakIn'51 WASHIN(iTC)-. Copra and coconut oil export 'rom the Phillpi Par Baitern producing area* reached a possible record In 10-1 Agricultural Dein.rline: | diseloxd Thursday. Correspondent Must Quit France PARIS. July 3. An Interior MuitttQ spokesman said Pakistan newspaperman Inayat Ki. in hag been ordered to leave Pranoa by midnighi (o r par-l l,me lo thin met ** v ">' only one conclusion that can drawn — that the charges germ warfare made again* 1'nited Nation* force* must bi • pit-umed to be utterly false. Thi J Security Council In our judgmon should condamn the fabncalioi and dissemination of these fal charges which involve no les ihan an attempt lo undermine the efforti of The United Nations t< combat aggression In Koie Gross then submitted the resei tlon and asked the Council to J %  • a fw daya before e< • %  tdering It in order to give M*!it Foreign \ul Hill Goes To Senate WASHINGTON. July 3A Mu31.947.75o Foielgn Aid sWl \ill gi"g jlmc-i *2 000,000,000 legr than President Truman re>iueat%  • Appropriations Con. keii until shortl> bafql midnight l-efon approving Ihr i %  said the group approved the exact dguie voted %  the House for .dl military and ..ud point four aid to Europe, Asia. Africa, the Nea> East and Latin Amerli ,i for thfiscal year 1B53 which began ot. Tuagdai heduled to mee* at B SO BJI I D T -its earUest meeting in several years—n %  %  noi. %  -.' p i i ulendar urn -x|iectHi to pass scores M not non-ci'iiiroverslal or prlif single Senatoi the Bill under this proredurc ihe measure is aqtmnati^allv pasaad ovar.—UP. • ti prterli who came to A sUft Amencan proi o attend the EucharutK expected if the prleats ie, >,\ Hai.elona aiTi\ed mi'tieatment at the hands of in %  •ffthl yesterday for the Russians There me no ntii •ne-day Vtt t --ti orders issued mediate deaU ReiUn •ecretaiy Soviet headquarters im mfornuih. \ Mrt out on a photograplitr lion on -he w htfii-*lii> l t i the cUj. Thr> were missing British soldiei gad ,.p whan then uionio•yewttneac *ai Eist by Soviet* earl> ThuiMl.t* when rmeai ,.,-•! eroaaiug they drove piit the last Weal nu. Bonui rtalMp •<<><> saany on the CBV I i A United Stale* >pokesn a. railway station. We.t lieilin dd the Soviet* sUli have -iot police said eyewiUies-e. rspori^ckiiowledge-l Ih^t they n l that the two British soldleni SMdna HM pnesl> He ad.ici wen, arreatad at around 100 thai mis i> DOJ unuual, lor lbs 4 m G.M.T. by Soviet soldiers Humans usually do not adm t Jn d Communbit poltce at Albrebe] .ne holding Allied nation .chtishof station, one station ill until they are ready to put the end of the Itnti-h ...•! %  them ..tu —PP. Conservatives May Seek To Disband C.LM! It Lost £4'A Million (From Our Own ( nrropoiidrnl) i ONDON July 3 The future nf th P Colonial I >mint Corporation II unuVr active corutidcrutior hv back bench Conscrvativea Mi nbori ol Ihe Imperial AJtalrB Commltlat hot i Ml>ulatoemn rlUti and aw will probably use it to support %  motion for the disbimdinu ol the Corporation" Bernard llraine. M.P. told your COtttl pondent This motion mav lw raised at the next Colonial Affairs debate. For some tune now prominen t.id;-bench consorvattvea hav. Adams* Detention Was Misunderstanding: U.S. Consul Apologises ON MONDAY tha 23rd ot June ih< Actlnp \VM'.,IV hiuM.i J tvle^ram from Mr. Gran'.ltv Adsme, CJi.G af.CJ?., ftorn Montraal ftayUui thai ha had beer lenlrj in'" the United States a; Uw N-.v York Inter .1 Aupoit. Mi Adams ask*tl ih.u 't-i %  and Uio Secretary of State be Infi i The iment I uroti 'I lot 'he t'luie-i HI % %  • i ados The Unit %  K I through (he S i the CotonH lo loihfs %  Um lar proti in WoJii Monlal AtiMthi to %  :, Brltl %  dV) r,, i m thi | 1 : .. %  "1 t ived I uii ,II>I.IK\ trot tad I ihr 'XplanaUon thai Us li i I i .i mnundi The CDQJ spression of regret wa ba n %  -i lo Mr Adams Har ala)esty's Oovarnmeni .ii-i im* up the mailer with rhe St it* Whin*lon .1 Mptataad 'teep regrei to ttus %  "venl Mr . II AOAMM, (Mi. Mil* Biff '3' Finish Wa e m T <; Draft Reply **" u, ""' b y tlcioatnik in ^nil-French political iCUVIlli henHe ^akl Inayat Khan, Pans correspondent (or Pakistan newspaper "Dawn", was informed of the expulsion order one month l^eeches he made lo North African student groups denoum ii.g France'* conduct In nroli Ls He wa* given one month to arrange his affairs and leave Frame A Foreign Ministry official two clays ago denied inayat Khan had Leen ordered to go out of the imintrv. When aitked about that conflict lug statement the Interior Ministry spokesman said Ihe "decision to • upel linn. we*, taken one month :: .vaa never changed. He must leave before midnighi —U.F. eelo action. The American resolution rea li The Security Council noting thi concerted dissemination by o %  tmn guvernments and author it e of grave accusations charging ll use of bacteriological warfare United Nations' forces; recalls that when charges were A made they Immediately demr the charges and requested that a impartial investigation be ma l then noting that Chinese Coi munlsts and North Kon %  authorities failed to accept ll offer by the International Co i mtttec of the Red Croat to ca• %  out such investigation but c< %  tlnued 'o give circulation to ll charges: noting that the Wo, Health Organization offered h • On pagr 5. IIXItltAIM V\ I'OII The Department of Foreign Agriculture report said %  ),600.n0n tonwere exported that year compared srMl leaf, than 1.300.000 UXU in 1W50. 11 note. I thai the Philippines W| the largest total copra equivalent tonnage greater hv some 132.Son tons than th. combined total from Indonesia. Ceylon and Malaya %  > total ibrno • each of the four areas exceeded those of any other post-war rear ;md exports from the Philippine and Carton evrreded even prewar average Super Liner On First Trip Ofioaoi: LAMMINO, araeut naort Ktory wnUr and poet In the Lor,. •an Btudlo of the B IC Mr Lsanalng li s Barbadian and old Oossbenaerian. Errol Hill For Jainaica GEORGE LAMMING—A NOVELIST Mr. Em>l Hill -f Trtn I Kngland lo Jamaica was Ml paasenger by the s.s I-MIHIII.;Iipendlru; a few hours in BartxMDi Mi. 1111 iiingapoid i M tha quanV ly maga/i "' Ihu %  p .-Indian In the West Indie* ami atM -people in London mtereated in iltorary and cultural pursuits li-k ••forward.' He Iwd bean Bttcndinsj the Royal Academy ol Arts studying drama and is no*on hia way to n. Dram*tit Summer School sponored b% the ExUa-Murl Department of the University C'Jdlege of the West Indie* the preliminary lectures will l>e delivered b> him and let"' % Mr Philip Sherlock who Is the figure. He paid tribute to Jamaica foi its Arts Fsatival to winch the puptls of all the SecKid.ii .-ontributc ^nd on which they get eutJrtsm of h<-ir work and gutd' Ota trained para til ll slmilai -hei parts or the Caribbean He spoke higl.l% %  •' % %  oBtttgV lions' mad. to Wi ture by George LanimJng of Barhados. Edi;a, Mittleholzei of BrlU ash Guian.! and Sam Selvon Trinidad and the ergteoflt* encour. %  ; %  : %  %  .,!. %  ., A I ''Ti ti> the BBC feature programme Caribbean Voice* conducted by Hanry Swansea. Barbadian Novella) Speaking of George Lemming he said he had wen him in London thought he ma doing quiv w i' Inaaid is pleased -If as he has lust had %  Oval aetepted and It will .published h I>--.-emher Tha i ifter visrtinfr Caa -II V 1) A Wile*. Assistant CaMysssai the Extra-Mural De%  nu-lssMR* and the Advocate, v. ought greetlnas from Lamu ir.fmber of the Staff, sailed for Jamaica In. the afternoon. 11 NKW VOHK July 3. Tlie ?S.00U,0O0 iu|erllne' In lied SUies suiled for Europ< m ui "tin ml I %  "'-• %  • SK-;. 1 i record in her maiden voya was Margat%  lugatai at the Prc*i va caught In ing mob and had to be rescued b* Se.-ret Servile ,'igents The curious pressed around fun Truman as *h tried to t.ilk U) n SB the Fporta deck. In eosnrn md of the ship wa Commi !" dora Rarn Hmnltag He rtsaeed !;mlely that he was out to win the T>..n-Atlantic speetl record the nation lost a centur-it' 1 but*hli hroad grin larltlr tole he would trv to gnost Queen Mary, prsaen' -l.lei He got the vessel off to a fas %  tart Within gfl hour after rlc;,ing the entnincr r.f •:. % %  ... '. harbour the United Rtstea h an and passed Ihe linei Slorkhalsa niid ItalU which !• New York before her Passe-igguessed she was clomp 34 loir-M hilt Ihe -peed will nOI bf i' I % %  tinned tirt'll Friday at noon i r Astnon Wins 7.T.C. Handicap PAIN lu in PI lioni Ihe I'M lad ••• "k for manj 1 • n Ins Afctrior < ttounced A and II Class 12.000 pun* Asirion itt ll irdwldgs in the saddk clipped 4'5 of a second ufT HM ,(ti • iolden Q' KKSUI.TS Waal Ineian llandkap Ah-ul Ma Fartamm; (l. K and F*. three >er "14+ only l April'. Dreom. 2 Flrsv Admiral :i Cavalter Tim. i mm la sees Buy shore Hand leap Ah*"t Six Furlonaa; CUM C and V. ataiaana i Hope Dawns. 2 OoUaaa leee'. 3 Netan Time 1 min. Ml sees Helmonc Handicap Ab-rtit One Mile and 130 Vjrd LONIJtlN. Julj I I S llii'.ain .ii.l Fn.nce h. ompteted th* draft reply to M' -ow on the Gen li tali i %  %  %  i' i Thurada) The drafl u batna vlth the Ft lersH m olla K %  %  . Kn mJla It I expei %  hat the West's notes "ill IH I M Kn : porabon is not carrying out li ran ol th .,.i.... Ti. nead %  %  tact i form then flu l to enaure that tbair revenueIUI less man Mime.em t ..II sums properlv cbarteahle t r h< weal will '.I Ho lheir revenue ace*runt' doe* no I"" li llll with i C | ... Corporation lo inal up o| ui imno (es m Ihe rtevvlopmnt ia-nol 'i** %  Investigutlng milssion i Itxx but liioilnfatn It* ohleerimtt to nenf-iullon <>l • unified Germany. CIs lijl. F.xpprl for I IHHIIHI Talks l.luWN Hi; July 3 %  .ted nt Ifadlca] Servt %  13 i>r Harold ilosii expert and I in : laaaaoi aj m \< who is at pr> .-. n || ", %  Kingdom. DM.S Di I. A I i assur I • i understood he is In M, gramme which will have an ii^ I artaan aflaot oa tha futui. %  al ttic country i F and F! feeir yeir -Id* %  ol] i Lip Kii-met mtn M would be norma' lodtajtraal practice. Thus its char ler makes Its mcr&iiuigly difflctil foi the : urporition to fulfil Bj • oigm.tl task of undertaking nun ginul devehapiuenl. More un. more the Coryoratiun msy be i foread to enter into eogopMU D witli private enterprise ti M that lew and leas wdl I breai new ground. Some Conservative* feel tha money now being spci.t D) COI would Inl-rtler invent, '.•loimiiiit schemes sponsored b> the Colonial Governments. I >., U miaiths now CD* had lieen under the munageiin" %  i Lord Hetth ind the organisa -me and abroad has beer lly nvi'rhiiUliHl Si-vei projects which nfu*r Neirrhm examination have shown llttli chance of paying their been abenrtocictT Latest unnua report of the Corporation showed Dial >>f C2I.noo.000 of cspit vonturad over e4.300.ooo had l>een lost I ..pens in „ ing ronce-lcd weaponi -HI Last -bo.il ten d Eotu %  %  Ud (or qu i k exchange of sclei informall'in about teehnm I .-t. an allem rrtalri sdminu' < procedures —O del % %  .. inwhth held -j brief session to discuss minor <' %  >meet it problems I'.f Kills Dodge UN War Planes SEOUL. July 3 Fifth Ant1. Me > i-|i;.M--i (<l pilots have beggMBI IS • leluctant to tangle with I'rnted Nations war planes uuBpil< the bid that ihe Iteds have built up a superior force a| 1.B00 plane ,n Miinehurm. The Report noted that Ked MIG IS jel* air appearing in ever i leiistng numbers and thai n Nghts of them now contain ten %  ii fewer planes Karllcr thla ywu \i/';'s awe apuaailna m ilfbta ol awra 'IM,, ., um. The l.mt u,. fliKht was seen on April I. The heaviest MIC i-*nrentitlon ol th war was on March 3 when V %  htad The Ftfdi Anfoie.. K ald th Corrunuoisti h iva built up an atr: KO-l unit IJM0 1 f .ill types l-ehlnd to Manchurii n bordar. it gi importation of %  WniU'd, Kingdom oxperi to install hem. About two vean ago origan svstem was planned, gaumated -ost was put at S150.0O0. but I' i pel led thai Ihi peoiact v ill %  rioo ony nearly 1 Jul>3. M.mvnl backed sliding M^ge Male Hill will come betofe in. NafUonal Assembly .' I M p.m. a.if.T foi 'i ,. i '!"• voli oi the Bill appear* I-I nsajoi hn Plnsy laces In OM to gn on .iimmer n.e-.<.n July I I l he bill %  f Uw l 1 II nosilh - Uppti %  i| provari i %  i Hill migh' ml ^^^^^^^Ha tw<> • %  J iu" T f %  %  t %  *ii i-.-d.i 'he As•••mblv s eonfldi I i Tin Hill which ,111 I' % %  %  pjecti us a modlfle %  .1 Mirialt n, II ,dJi foi UM Increase of inolle sal.ii M Ql of : n' lump of mi %  n|eX. l.efti-t ..pposition gtlael which u .. . %  ncludlmt Pi %  || rtiiRh' new wive of 5jncUI uni tod H tomUxattoo that ved dui %  \ng the foui mmiihIn '*'" Plnav'* foes in ihe A-wml 1> %  .. %  %  % %  ., .pringboard to laiin.'h ,n overall oti P'f'OV %  —I rw/rVWV/.W.' :-,'.'.*,-^'-*.'-' New Oil Sources Opened In M. East ownership is -haied o, lintuh development of these reserves I The period of nearly twelve Dutch. French and American cotn/Hal to Ihe long-term Inft psedidneetaa pamei'. The r;ste of output lag! -he oil indiurtrv am' of upi> >< %  ) month w*a double that of mat .urner' '..niiary and la now running at The polite %  rr. U 10m ton* annually The main f;.--Ilab ^ith the flow %  %  .. Idh > a tot I increase he* bnei lAalem oil are ws* icw pipeknown and have been the Mediterranean. With Illustrated hv la* year's ev< rrhudditiim uit. in IVrsi^ Not the leant effeci.v. Kuv. i.si— uaaspurution racUMias, lha (PC way in which 'nase iKstltical in %  ooas MI be owarei rioan u through an iriunadlalii -nrt rapln C it Oi u' *a -entla! develo-nn.' %  at which will bring iiuick and subaJss* UBhast place in the output of That rapid tmpangaOn oi Middle ttantial benetHs u> ana i-•wned proparUes fa Eastern developthe pnxiuctag countries on the 1Affssk* i m'-i '. the highest importance basis of she new god • %  • %  ed royalty and proflt-eharlr % %  i ersta which hat I roieusn Onrnpany, wheat the Middle its .. 1 Jhs clwkv o$ tlwM who ko£ocpuA8 Quality, and o$ tfw Ac who amfdoif £ conn my . A rare combination realised in K. W. V. "THE LABEL WITH THE KEY tti/ies, Uraiuiii-H anil Liqueurs K.W. V. PAAEL TAWNV K. W. V. Coronation Wine K.W.V. Old Brown Sherry K. W. V. Amontillado Sherry K. W. V. Old Oloroso Sherry K.W V Sweet Vermouth. K.W.V. Dry Vermouth K. W V. VAN DER HUM LIQUEUR $ K.W.V. Superior "Key" Brandy Tht $ Pillars iTealth and Ifa/i/n'r. %  %  .•.•. %  *M*mmm*mam*v.::::-s.-*.-sx •



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PAGL TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE I Itll'W II I ^ 1 132 Ccuub ft*U*m What made Rita D J UUQfttfl %  . ciil and t>\ T (' \ Hand the %  from Jul> 8 In 13 Dim-ton. %  %  l>r Harknrss expect* io return to Barbados In about a month's With Barclay* Bank R FTl'H\IN(. to Trll Wed. M il C'.iambtr Ing In England I the pail font iii Mr Wills it employed with the San Fernando branch of ft;ir : On Routine Visit M M G MONTGOMERY GORlilMlimilllg Adviser lo the Comptroller for Development anil Welfare, left for Dominica yesterday morning by B.G Airways on s routine vtsv Itexpo'tot nhout two On Holiday M RS. B A SPENCE. wh%.,] Mr. Kan ton is a Director of United Traders Ltd* in King*-j town. • I i For Medical Treatment M I! 11. STUART BYNOE. Di-fl of Messrs. Cave, Shepher Id and Mr*. "Albion". Hastings, were i-rs l-> T.C.A. yesterday ii "suing (or Canada. %  Mr R. Mimrtce Cave, is going to Ottawa (or medical treatment. King Knit-Whit's Inventions Mr and Mrs. DENIS ATKINSON. Cricketer Wecii rill St M* ,' 'HViluik. Mis Matthias Church yfafternoon at 4 30 BaOa Goddarri. daughter uf Mr and Mrs. Bruce Goddard <*• Karen I-odgcf, Graeme Hull Terrace, was marMi Denis Atkinson, son Of Mr and Mr*. W. E. Atkinson of No. 40 Blue Waters, and Barbados .-ind West Indies cricketer. The bride who was given in nrriage by her father, wore a dress of slipper satin with a close lilting bodice and sleeves of chantilly lace with an anpliqued neckline and a very full skirt ending in a long train. Her linger tip veil of illusion tulle, was kept in rlocc by a Juliet cap of lnco and she carried a bouquet of white orchids and coratita. She was attended by Miss Barhnrn Goddard as maid of honour and Miss Jcanette Goddard and In Van a a u e ia, arrived here yesterMiss Sally Patterson as bridesday morning b> H.W.I.A. from maldl They were all similarly Trinidad where he spent a few attired in dresses of white emi u lien for u furboned tulle with close fitting ther holiday before going tin to bodices, off the shoulder necklines BerktlaS In California, nnd verv full skirts. They car'kobertaon Is staying at the ried fans of the same material M.tnne Hale). trimmed with red rosebuds and Engine?* In Venezuela M R. CHARLES ROBERTSON. engineer of C A Cuminos American Citizens M R. AND MRS. II J. MILLS, %  a dttam who had beei. Europa on hubday. arrived u H.n-i nounea tfla following prise wtnnini! mimbara In the Raffle held in aid iif their lunds — %  Jnd, I4tg; Srd ?S75: 4th 1311; Sth, 0117; nth. ISSi: Tth 3600; StA, 1.17".: l*th. 0*63; 10th, 3770; lllh. 0995; 12th. 4636; 13th. HOT: 14th. 2004. ribbon. Tinceretiioiiv which was fullv choral with Mr G. C William!! at the organ, was conducted by Rev. M E. Griffiths. The duties of bestman were performed by Mr Roy Proverbs, while those of ushers fell to Mr. Richard Randal. Mr. RORCJ Goddard. Mr. Colin Goddard. Mr. Joseph Hassell, Mr John Armstrong. Mr David GitlOtM, Mi David Taylor and Mi John M.i'M.ill A reception wag held al the Marine Hotel ami the honeymoon Is being spent at the Crane Hotel. The bride's going away dress was turquoise wnflle pique with %  hits H -1 % %  < % %  Law Student I! NEIL PHOVERBS. a law student of Toronto.University, left for Jamaica on Wednesday evening by the Colorable after spending a month's holiday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest Klnch M r. UMTS are kindly Mked ,, f Nl U> call on Miss Farmer c/o J. N | a Boni Ltd., ORlce f their prizes. Neil who Is a nephew of Mrs Kinch and son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivor Proverbs of Toronto was paying his first visit to Barbados. Front Jamaica he will travel to ItKYNAULD Miami and then go on to Canada. C.S.O.B.A Reunion Back To St. Lucia M il AND MRS JAMX6 ol : home on Tuesday B W I A after Mending a holiday staying at Crystal Waters A T the meeting of the ExecuWorthlng. T. live Committee %  I Mr James, %  member of the barmen oid Boys' Association on i Town Board, was here J U I V 22nd, the guests of bOOOUr in lbs Interest of his health. m ( i the date ,.f the Annual Dtnnei g^ —. ... will b, llxetl. It had been decided Alter Inrep Weeks not to hold | Monthly Reunion M RS. T D SH1LL1NGFOHD on the first Friday of July on aeof Rcseau. Dominica, recount of clashing of dates with turned home yesterday morning other social functions, by B.G. Airways after spending The date of the Old Boy Attended Conference In Jamaica H ONBLK ERNEST WILLIAMS, memlter of the Antigua : Chairman of the Public Works and Communications Committee, was intransit yesterday morning by B.WIA from Trinidad on his way back home Mr. Williams who spent a few I days in Trinidad visiting various; projects and meeting I ment Officials, had been over to Jamaica attending Ihe Conference of Affiliated Branches of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Aasoi ciation which lasted from June 1 22 to June 29. He said that the Conference was a uecess and he thought it was a good thing for members of the i various legislatures in the Caribbean to get together and discuss theti problems so that thev could come to a unanimous decision and make united representations. Pre-Retirement Leave V|H V. H. B. ROCHEFORD. A*aV accountant in the Government Savings Bank retires from the Civil Service at the end of six months' leave which began on July 1. Mr. Roeheford Joined the Ser! vice In January 1913 and so at the end of his leave will have hail 40 %  i ,\-. io hi credit. He served in the Department of Agriculture, the Po-t Office, the Audit Office, the Bridgetown Petty Debt (Hurt, the Provost Marshal's Office, later the Public Trustee I and the Savings Bank. It was in the Provost Marshal's I Office that he was best known and he several tlm"s acted as hend of thnt Department On Monday he wfcs given a hearty "send off by the members of the Bank Stall ,*m\ other departments of the service. Carlb joins in the wishes expressed to him for many happy years of letin'nun*. Spent Five Weeks M RS. ALICE MICHELIN who OWfsl a cattle farm in Ja malcn, returned home on Wednesday evening by the French S.S. Coloinbie after spending live weeks' holiday with her son and daughter-in-law. Col. ami Mrs. R. T. Muhelin at District A. rainAi. J! i. i Th* New.. three weeks' holiday staying "Allworlh". Cheapslde. Her husband who is Managing Director ot T. G. Shillingford and • i rned last areek after a fortnight holiday Cricket match will also be decided and arrangements for the dunce completod. The Annual General Meeting will be held on Thursday, July 24. at 3 00 p.m. IS 1' l ClMlllO Kill • .•' i p., ii.ii ii.n" •iin %  raixMii. J p III Raport Inrni WlmblMliia. II l> m VsrlMy Bf.rhnl Han Prriinm. III-II isjsai. si am change partners -Arm <* ^ DANCE by LEONARD MDSLEY I HEALLV lell very sorry for | both of them. Bur then, wouldn't' Wh.ti us ladder, sillier, and more p.ith-ue to the uniooHet nan Ihe Mght ol iwu grown men still mooning lovesick, over the am* girl—and still hopelessly unaware ol the reut reason why-sh> ha- walked out of both of then iv< 1 A iv And i Rita in Holly aood uog uilss si a *>nole orti of ideas apar Mom tnetn And inev lu-i oan't nguie oui why. WHYn *ent L Rivler* . • %  : %  < %  when I s iney are i ooth deeply ... love with per. Wmtcn M\ Knu; night club dancing oeaulilul film star likf V dv Carlo or Irene Papa but staring over his partner's shoulder at the door as if tie were 'rymg to will R:ta io come lauKn.ni and saving into the room. Watcn mm as i nave done— •hen be glances across at UK b'g picture ol H'.ra on tne oiano to fits borne And Orson Wrlles ? Mention the name ol Rita to nun and ihe fond exprcaaiun of u man In Inve spread* like whipped cream over (hose chubbv features The/ still *nnt to know WHAT mada Rita leave Uiem. The reason W KI.LES will tell you that they oevvi (luarrelled. So wiU Aly Khan Welles will convince you that, in Ms opinion the* nupeared to be very happv. 80 *iil Alv Khan So how did they OreaS UP t AfWr watching Uwai cloaely. ofn-i 'uitening lo them talk, ma; Dc I can nni the ivaaon lor wh.cli ihev are 'earching For I think I Know hv Rita Havworth is no longer iisti-niua to the Itood nl talk which Orson Welle* txnired out to her dunn.\ ner TurrtaRv to Hit' fenlus it at tnn moinrnt ihiis back nooflog" in a i .mcai tllni in Hoii.wood %  i .-.-uil ol nuuauiaoina eitfa Alv Hne left tlwm because wi? i ..us*.ng girl She elt cvh hatbands rjecause she -iced that neither of Utem j "serious' over work. Happiness... mil ( Know mat Orton Wellea acts in iiltns and direct* I uno* mat Ai> Khan pendi a id of time riding and weeding race winner* Uui neiiliei of tliem has ever. in the way mat Rita looks at it. June a "regular*" Job n nis s:ie comes Irom a long line ol people wno think a lot ol work Her tamil? were prolestional dancers who drumrtn'C into ner the notion that you canno' oe 'lutiuv unless vou are ID regrlai employment. Per t.er* hour tha-. vou olsy dn ter philosophy) vou sho-ii-i pu* in a: least two. Ihree or fou" .... on from sertou* pursu: After *he first rap'ures ol life nd love wiih Orson Welle' and ilv Khan tiad worn on I am oiivnred that she was apoalied i' tnelr aultude towards hard eiular toll. FM. kmo .(WON WELLES llt-d i enthiuiasuc ibout a new Mm oi t new ulsy he was planning :;ia'. ne made it sound like lun And work IIIM unl fun the way u t l( sees it With We'iM *nc nevei knew wneuier ne was working ot Dlaving Hr miecl the two So she walked out on O.m one dav comolauiinB 'hat ihe |iif couldn't go on being marred u a "genius.*' What she meant *< "I lust can') continue as tne wile ol a man who doesn'i believe in work." And 'hen AP Knan walked into her lire It looked good and oromis.ng Hi 'he beginning Het new huiliand was dat lu-ndwme c h r m o g and etcit-.ng. rnev nad lou oi tun tom-ther. rney travelled around logathtl and he showed ner at. k.nds ol new olace* in'roduce'i her to all kinds of new oeoole A CMSCrBRCe %  IFE was lull 01 happv. testful lun ^making Tne* gambled m Havana. They ski-ted .n swurerland Thev natned on the Riviera. Bui tnen came me lime wnen tne working irt ini'de R a Havworth me nooier no thinks people should do some work in life Degan to speak up How tons is all this HOtng on T asked Working Oirl Rtta ot herself Surelv were no* i'omg io plav all the time When do we do some work to lustlfV al) IMS?" 8o this marriage too oroS" up. Again there were no serou; ouarrels. Again the huibanl •nought that everything wai raDhlc and Bf*OS Like Orson Welles Alv Khan didn't guess that the girl he had married was a girl with a conicience — a coruciencr ma: demanded hard work to lostllv a lot ot plav. London Espress Service THE BRIDE FROM PARIS BRINGS A 3-IN-l HAT Listening Hours Tlir DaUj a M p m The Bp Op-iwitu. s JI m Sport* niin4-up %  T ruarmmnte PrHe. I. p in The Ne I 10 o m llcne N> %  uCn Britain. • is M i*ielie M-k PerCn-l. Ip"i Umdno Calling. %  _ The Ortde Is married tn a mall white straw cloche, trimmrd with guiceri and Hnnlng ivll tlett). To match hrr <70ing auay mtf tic lakes off ffte frl'imtngs reveries lie hat and add* a navy and while ribbon (above/. tjid.'n lrgr — an l t ^Z OU C OUt T S l BY THE WAY". . . ly BeacfccomW | pj|4 A lllfl e>-. Ai Algy jnd Koodbyr l.r irg ind li. I'jg 4i.d Olhiri ire he*r ITIJI "ihey sr* tjiCing b->-i Chr:>imi Mmkingt. They ikt no notice of iht inull people n.l rl .t„, %  ',., drill jwiy ownd ihr middle ol ihe vlUge. .h.le Conujble Growler gain T HE! capture of two bears in UM l'.i.ucan town of I-uchon i.•vent. 1-ike the other wild animals in thri'yienc.s. i-x-vpt the izard Ithe chamois ol Ins 1 1 reneea). the bear Is now growing very scarce. I myself have never come acre** line, altlmuilli I baVS described a light in which I killed a huge brown bear on a ledge of rock on the Spanish gUa "f l)M Noufonts pass—and am gradually : coming U> believe it M pened. Once there were even ibex to lie seen in these mount.im bu< SAW the last of Ihem are in capLADIES' FANCY STRAW and CRINOLINE HATS WIDE BRIM WHITE and COLOURS $2.84 $3.28 and $4.06 LADIES' WHITE STRAW HANDBAGS $1.64 $1.80 and $4.06 T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS DIAL *220 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL *60A ivity in the Spanish MatlOOa] Park in the wild vulloy of A Wr*. Wn-lvh mul Ihv Cirrun DOSS." said Wugwell to Colonel O Wretch, 'the day when I DM* more see your betler half— no oeTenre—gracing; our show as of ,, ,1w,\l ba the proudest day of my Ufa since 1 induced the Mayoi of Stacklesham to let Bibbo till his hat with sawdust." "Mrs. Wivtch." said the colonel Icily. • has other calls on her time. Tell him. my dear." "Yes. tell oM Wuggy," said the proprietor rauclly. "1 am fully occupied with iiiitu-.il work." i-eplied Mrs. w..-:i ii %  u m RS batng cbairBU n of the Frieiio* >.f I. .nd of the Society for Human Progreag 'Far (mm it t-e me." re:oi-.ed Wugwell. "to grudge you to that other circus .it Westminster, but Zaphroma the bearded lady %  riilKMil has a nasty go of quinsy. I am aware that your chin fair Blossom, is as innocent of lie ml us a coot Is of mane, ,. i; <-kiU Zaphroma's beard was I nf Unkley's half-crown .idjustablrc (trade secret) and It Is OT disposal." Wiirjhml Y/i' I READ that an attempt n being m;ide to |>opularifte po!o In having a running COB through a loud-speaker during ft realised tint i-ilo i-: hurling <>n horseback, and was Invented by the Irish. It was played %  Kunstar long before recorded history be* Had croquet ore" descendants of pole. Thr fiiiUly run,,,I 'OHE wore the hat." it says. *J "almost over one ear." How dreadfully amusing Oh. but I eay.' I can see heT admirers i-aught on the wrong side of her. running round to whisper their follies in the only ear available. Waiting until u queue had formed. %  •he tilted the hat over on to the other r. and round they ran %  gain, back lo where they had started from. My dear what perfectly ghastly fun. I mean. One tan hardly cope, actuallyAlter the honeymoon its make* a third change and wears if rld>--on, ulil a pink rose tucked and" Iht ftrtm The brute and the thiee nay hat come Irani Ports. — He Found a Way to Cro Br MAX TRELL •111? Majesty Kinc Knit-Whii King of Bungle-Land. was a won%  lerful inventor." General Tin. the tin soldier, was saying %  • lav*** lad Kome of the nioit marvelous things •> the w.irld. For instance %  ie once Invented a slice of bread with three aldea." Knarf and HairM, who were listenln* to Ueneral Tin. exclaimed in amaiement when they heard this. They aaid: "How can a slice of bread have three sidea!" "It was quite simple, onee you aaw it." General Tin replied. "He cut the slice very thick, and the third aide was all around the edges. The purpose of this was to keep His Majesty from eating more than one sliee of bread between meals Ion account of it was so thick).and alio to keep the slice—if it fell down-from falling on the buttered .Ie. He always buttered it on the id it hardly ever fell Plants Without Water — third side on thnt. Didn't Rain '"•Ie also invented a way of making hi* irardi-n grow." continued General Tin. "without ever having to water it even though it didnt rain for months and months and months." "How did he do that?" asked Ha< niil. General Tin smiled. "Once I tell yea In* ncheme. you'll wonder why nobody ever thought of it before. This is what he did. He planted his whale irarden in the lake." "But General Tin, dldnt the flowers get drowned!" Knarf said. "Probably. But that's not important. Hr never nad to water them. It aaved a great deal of time." Knarf nnd Hanid couldn't quite agree that this was a very useful Invention. But General Tin went right on. "Now one day hr invented the boat thing of all. I'll tell you Just how it happened. It had been raining for a long time in Bungle-Land, M much BO that all the roads were deep with mud. Poor King KnitWhit .tood by the window of his room in the palace day after day, looking out at the rain and wiihinic il would atop so that he could go out. But of course he couldn't. There was too much mud. He had to stay indoors.*' "Why didn't he take an umbrella and rubbcru?" aaked Hanid. "He thought of them. But there was mill too much irud. He didn't like irettinghimself rover...l .iV. Kiag Knit-Whit looked out at the mud. So then he decided to Invent something that would let him go outside, in the rain and the mud, and not get wet or muddy. So the lira* thing; he invented was something that looked like a little boat except that it had no oars. If he sat in this boat he wouldn't net muddy. But the rate would still fall on him. So then he invented something to stand over the top of the boat like a sort of square umbrella. And now," said General Tin. "His majesty knew that he wouldn't get wet or muddy. Bat that aiill ssseeVt enough. How could he get the boat with the umbrella on top to move down the road?" I "Yes?" said Knarf and Hanid %  together. "How?" Neat Thing I "So." said General Tin, "the next thing he invented were two wheels for the boat-with-the-umbrella-ontop to stand on. And now. standing on the wheel*, the invention rolled to and fro. But who would be strong enough to pull it with His Majesty 'sitting Inside? lie didn't want hi* rervantn to do II, because then they would get nil wet ami muddy. So (finally he invented two long poles to .lick out in from of the boaiwilh the umbrella on • top that-stood-on-wheelAnd to these poles he hitched a horse, and on the horse he put a harness. And out he went in thi* new invention of his. rolling up and down the road* of Bungle-Lam!, nnd not getting the least bit muddy or ihe slighte-t tit et. Il .i, lbs BKMl wonderful -'.nvenlion he had ever invented I* "Hut OsssstmlTlel" Hanid cried. "That invention wax a carriage!" Hut General Tin only kept imil* Talking Point The English an .1 seriou3 people with many serious things to think CL* —football, horse-racing, dogs. fish.. —Stephen Leacock. Opening Today 5 & 8.30 ** I.I OKI •PISISC. I OB*, a (FRIDAY) 4.45 & 8.30 P.M. Featuring America's Singing erase BILLY HKMlM 1 30 Tomorrow ORCII WIVES & CALL NORTH SIDK 777 Tomorrow ANCHORS A WEI (ill and Mil, It it \KII\I;I i OPENING TO-DAY A 2.33 A 8.30 and ( onllnulng Dally 4.45 A 8 30. i > 11 III i %  : $*^ SI % MA PiiGi.na PATRICE aa>l WYMORE't PLAZA BARBAREES (DIAL 5170) iwy/xi^ov o ioooo 1 y o*a a**oa 4 I 4,411 IS The Garden—St. Jaaaej ___._ i Tosmgaow %  • UMTSNSD C1TT a IL Of THS TIAS


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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
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Publication Date: Friday, July 04, 1952
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regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bridgetown (Barbados)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Barbados -- Bridgetown
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities: No issue published for May 3, 1983.
General Note: On Sunday published as: Sunday advocate.
General Note: Microfilm produced before 1988 may be substandard.
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 17931718
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Preceded by: Advocate-news (Bridgetown, Barbados)

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Malik Vetoes Investigation Of Germ War Charges
American Resolution Comdemns
Soviet Move As Undermining
U.N. Efforts To Combat Aggression
\ew YOKK, u,l\ 1
O I'SSIA on Thursday vetoed Ihr American propose
Red Cross invcslit-almi: of Communist Kcrm u;u
U.S. Seek Priests' Release
\IW YOKK. Jul
I for
11 i 11
charges and Ihe United Static*, immediately demanded Ihnl
the I'ntied NateaeM dismiss the allegation*, as "without
snhklaure and false"
soviet delegate Jacob Malik casl the liltirlh veto hi
hluck tile UniUii Status cii.iUengc to the Kremlin to "put
up or shut up" on it.s charges that American troops B|
for the United Nations in Korea had used germ weapons
against tha CfeltMM Communists and North Koreans.
Malik's was the only negative vote in the ten to one
ballot in favour of the American resolution But the
Security Council rules require a majority ol seven mem-
bers including all five permanent members and the Soviet
negation is enough to kill the investigation.
---------- -- It la the first veto in the UN
wr e r~tA 1 1 **** November SO. IBM. when
K lllir I *ll*ll Malik voted three times in DM
AVXllfil M. til til dav to kill th- Aimrtcan ppou-
\J I roaolattofl calling upon
North Korean mid Chinese Com-
pressor* to quit Korea
A veto has been used only 51
times in the United Nations' bjg.
I
M olhei countr%. France,
has used 'In- pi ivi*aa<
:i> has east 13 vetoes but
stili trailed far bvhmd the origin
al Soviet no no" man Andre
Gromyko who vetoed 25 lime* .it
tad Nations' career.
United State* Ambassador
Ernest Gross called upon th
Security Council to condemn Ihe
practice of fabricating and dtl-
scminattng such false chaige^
which increase tensim
nations and which i.- designer te
undermine the efforti nf the
United Nations to eombart
aggression in Korea ind the sup-
port of peoDle of Mir world foi
these efforts."
Gross gained tne floor immedi-
ately after the vote and recalled
that North Korea and Bed Ch
had refused with Russian hackin
to let either the Red Cro
United Nations World Heultl
Organization enter their territory
In look Into charges that Unite.
SUtas1 troops had used gem
weapons against Communis1
forces.
One Conclusion
"Tha negative vote of n <
nion". hr aid. "ha* pre-
vented the Security Council Iron
arranging for impartial invr '
these fact
Talal
Goes Home
AMMAN. July 3
Km* Talal of Jordan returned
lo ln desert capital to-day by air
from Beriut alnjost m i
aflgq leaving his kingdom tor
awopaau medical aid.
The sl-vear-oid monarch step-
ped out of a twin engined
plane at a military ainteld -m
the outskirts of Amman to the
sound of a 21 gun salute from a
battery of 23 pounder; D
gunners of the Arab legion
The King whose mental condition
has precipitated a political crisis
in HasscmiU looked M
is suffering from Srhiizoph (split
personality)
He was greeted by his ministers
and members of the Regency
Council appointed by the Govern-
ment to carry out his duties in his
absence Immediately after the
three minute reception, he drove
to Basman Palace on th.
of Amman where he in expected
ti remain for a time under medi
i-al treatment
home but
The King has
it remains
fid may lie "any medical attention
to which hi might agree. The
three-man Regency Council Is ex-
pected to continue to net for him
until he is sufficiently recovered
to be able to shoulder his respon-
sibilities or until 17-year-old heir
apparent Prince Hussein now at
ichool near London comes of age
next MayI'.P.
French Will
Re-examine
Duclos Case
PARIS. July 3.
The French Government came
under lire for the handling ol
Jacques Duclos case as authori-
ties decided to rc-eje..;
C
leader Must of ih.
papers this morning expressed
'surprise" and "stui
that the government should havi
dean ami pourad criticism on ih
AgjBasJi pants
The court decision freed Ihjclor
on the grounds that thi
"raasonable doubt" that ba ana
caught radhaodad in a plot

the state and the CocnmUB
er can only h, gTtsgatd again H
the National Anscn .bly approve?
the lifting ol ttw Cosnnuaual
deputy's parliamentary Immunity
After a (lye hour meeting ^ol
the cabinet yesterday. >pox< stnai:
Raymond Marcelltu said the gov-
ernment will open a new file on
Duclos' case but dodged questiont
when the new proceeding.-
might commence
In any case it It doubtful if an)
action could be taken bef
tlon next week. It was also taker
as certain that government will
act only if it is sure it has b
strong enough case to win a major
ity votell.p.
BERLIN. JuK S
L) S authorities ., i -hey at.
king "constant gflbrl t<
the releesM ol '.lira*
Catlwlir prtaats
with a Geimao w oaten
araaad Soviet soldiers
ou the Ea't-Wcst bordei yesrtr -
day.
A United States' sp. keemni
I, irtlcers are in con-
>uli with Soviet bea. -
quarters and are demanding U i
' Die Chicago priest
.i matter we a
not going to let drop, we are
constant contact wWh 0 i
S -
Tha priests, Martin Born*
/yk. George Gorski and Hron.-
-- . i ki '.ver.- pick, c
up with Frau Kaumi.i.
kler at 10.00 a.m yesterday uii
i i of the United Slab
sector of Berlin and the Si-vi.i
4 lirrmunv
Copra Exports
HilPeakIn'51
WASHIN(iTC)-.
Copra and coconut oil export
'rom the Phillpi
Par Baitern producing area*
reached a possible record In 10-1
Agricultural Dein.rline: |
diseloxd Thursday.
Correspondent
Must Quit France
PARIS. July 3.
An Interior MuitttQ spokesman
said Pakistan newspaperman Ina-
yat Ki. in hag been ordered to
leave Pranoa by midnighi (or par-ll,me lo thin* met ** ",*v">'
only one conclusion that can
drawn that the charges
germ warfare made again*
1'nited Nation* force* must bi
pit-umed to be utterly false. Thi
J Security Council In our judgmon
should condamn the fabncalioi
and dissemination of these fal
charges which involve no les
ihan an attempt lo undermine the
efforti of The United Nations t<
combat aggression In Koie
Gross then submitted the resei
tlon and asked the Council to j
a fw daya before e<
tdering It in order to give M*!it
Foreign \ul
Hill Goes
To Senate
WASHINGTON. July 3-
A Mu31.947.75o Foielgn Aid sWl
\ill g i>i"g jlmc-i *2 000,000,000 legr
than President Truman re>iueat-
Appropriations Con.
keii until shortl> bafql
midnight l-efon approving Ihr
i said the group ap-
proved the exact dguie voted *
the House for .dl military and
..ud point four aid to
Europe, Asia. Africa, the Nea>
East and Latin Amerli ,i for th-
fiscal year 1B53 which began ot.
Tuagdai
heduled to mee*
at B SO bji I D T -its earUest
meeting in several yearsn
. noi. -.' p i i ulendar urn
-x|iectHi to pass scores M
not non-ci'iiiroverslal or prl-
if single Senatoi
the Bill under this pro-
redurc ihe measure is aqtmnati-
^allv pasaad ovar.UP.
ti prterli who came to A sUft Amencan proi
o attend the EucharutK expected if the prleats ie, >,\
Hai.elona aiTi\ed mi'tieatment at the hands of
in ffthl yesterday for the Russians There me no nti-
i ne-day Vtt t --ti orders issued mediate deaU u. 'Craloj." relief oigani.j- the three aril b tM the
ivoman
A..-ompan*rt by PYau Winck British auUionlies aakecl
.jlog"> ReiUn ecretaiy Soviet headquarters im mfornui-
h. \ Mrt out on a photograplitr lion on -he w htfii-*lii> l t i
the cUj. Thr> were missing British soldiei
gad ,.p whan then uionio- yewttneac
*ai Eist by Soviet* earl> ThuiMl.t* when
rmeai ,.,-! eroaaiug they drove piit the last Weal
nu. Bonui rtalMp <<><>
saany on the CbV i i
A United Stale* >pokesn a. railway station. We.t lieilin
dd the Soviet* sUli have -iot police said eyewiUies-e. rspori-
^ckiiowledge-l Ih^t they n l that the two British soldleni
SMdna HM pnesl> He ad.ici wen, arreatad at around 100
thai mis i> DOJ unuual, lor lbs 4.m. G.M.T. by Soviet soldiers
Humans usually do not adm t Jnd Communbit poltce at Albre-
be] .ne holding Allied nation .chtishof station, one station
ill until they are ready to put the end of the Itnti-h
...! them ..tu PP.
Conservatives May
Seek To Disband C.LM!
It Lost 4'A Million
(From Our Own ( nrropoiidrnl)
i ONDON July 3
The future nf thP Colonial I>mint Corporation
II unuVr active corutidcrutior hv back bench Conscrvativea
Mi nbori ol Ihe Imperial AJtalrB Commltlat hot i Ml>ulato a liai of question* t.. the Colonial Secreti I tain in-
formation about the aforklnjji oi 'he C irporaUor In uaai
such as ihe West Indies, KaM and We.si Atrica ...... Souik
Eaai Aai.i "This miormntion is i>emn rlUti and aw will
probably use it to support motion for the disbimdinu ol
the Corporation" Bernard llraine. M.P. told your COtttl
pondent This motion mav lw raised at the next Colonial
Affairs debate.
, For some tune now prominen
t.id;-bench consorvattvea hav.
Adams* Detention Was
Misunderstanding:
U.S. Consul Apologises
on MONDAY tha 23rd ot June ih< Actlnp
\vm'.,iv hiuM.i j tvle^ram from Mr. Gran'.ltv Adsme,
CJi.G af.CJ?., ftorn Montraal ftayUui thai ha had beer
, lenlrj in'" the United States a; Uw N-.v York Inter-
.1 Aupoit. Mi Adams ask*tl ih.u 't-i '
and Uio Secretary of State be Infi i
' The iment
I uroti 'I lot 'he
' t'luie-i HI
' i ados The Unit K
I through (he S i
the CotonH
lo loihfs Um lar proti
in WoJi-
i Monlal AtiMthi to
:, Brltl
dV) r,,
i m thi
| 1 : .. "1 t ived
I
uii ,ii>i.ik\ trot tad
I ihr 'X-
planaUon thai Us li i
I i .i mnundi
The Cdqj
spression of regret wa ba n
-i lo Mr Adams
Har ala)esty's Oovarnmeni .ii-i
im* up the mailer with rhe St it*
' Whin*lon
.1 Mptataad 'teep regrei to ttus
- "venl ,
Mr . II AOAMM, (Mi. Mil*
Biff '3' Finish Wae m" T" <;
Draft Reply **" u,""'b'y
tlcioatnik in ^nil-French political
iCUVIlli hen-
He ^akl Inayat Khan, Pans cor-
respondent (or Pakistan news-
paper "Dawn", was informed of
the expulsion order one month
l^eeches he made lo North
African student groups denoum
ii.g France'* conduct In nroli Ls
He wa* given one month to ar-
range his affairs and leave Frame
A Foreign Ministry official two
clays ago denied inayat Khan had
Leen ordered to go out of the
imintrv.
When aitked about that conflict
lug statement the Interior Ministry
spokesman said Ihe "decision to
upel linn. we*, taken one month
:: .vaa never changed. He
must leave before midnighi
U.F.
eelo action.
The American resolution rea li
The Security Council noting thi
concerted dissemination by o
tmn guvernments and author it e
of grave accusations charging ll
use of bacteriological warfare '
United Nations' forces; recalls
that when charges were A
made they Immediately demr
the charges and requested that a
impartial investigation be ma l
then noting that Chinese Coi
munlsts and North Kon
authorities failed to accept ll
offer by the International Co i
mtttec of the Red Croat to ca-
out such investigation but c<
tlnued 'o give circulation to ll
charges: noting that the Wo,
Health Organization offered h
On pagr 5.
IIXItltAIM V\ I'OII
The Department of Foreign
Agriculture report said
),600.n0n ton- were exported that
year compared srMl leaf, than
1.300.000 UXU in 1W50. 11 note. I
thai the Philippines W|
the largest total -
copra equivalent tonnage greater
hv some 132.Son tons than th.
combined total from Indonesia.
Ceylon and Malaya
> total ibrno
each of the four areas exceeded
those of any other post-war rear
;md exports from the Philippine
and Carton evrreded even pre-
war average
Super Liner
On First Trip
Ofioaoi: LAMMINO, araeut naort Ktory wnUr and poet In the Lor,.
an Btudlo of the B IC
Mr Lsanalng li s Barbadian and old Oossbenaerian.
Errol Hill
For Jainaica
GEORGE LAMMINGA
NOVELIST
Mr. Em>l Hill -f Trtn I
Kngland lo Jamaica was
Ml paasenger by the s.s
i-mIhiiI.;i- ipendlru; a few hours in
BartxMDi
Mi. 1111 iiingapoid
i m tha quanV
ly maga/i "' Ihu

. p .-Indian In
the West Indie* ami atM
-people in London mtereated in
iltorary and cultural pursuits li-k
forward.'
He Iwd bean Bttcndinsj the Royal
Academy ol Arts studying drama
and is no*- on hia way to n.
Dram*tit Summer School spon-
ored b% the ExUa-Murl De-
partment of the University
C'Jdlege of the West Indie*
the preliminary lectures will
l>e delivered b> him and let"'
- % Mr Philip Sherlock who Is the
figure.
He paid tribute to Jamaica foi
its Arts Fsatival to winch the pu-
ptls of all the SecKid.ii
.-ontributc ^nd on which they get
eutJrtsm of h<-ir work and gutd-
' Ota trained para til
ll slmilai
' -hei parts
or the Caribbean
He spoke higl.l- ' ' oBtttgV
lions' mad. to Wi
ture by George LanimJng of Bar-
hados. Edi;a, Mittleholzei of BrlU
ash Guian.! and Sam Selvon
Trinidad and the ergteoflt* encour-
.; : . .,!.. ., A I ''Ti ti>
the BBC feature programme Car-
ibbean Voice* conducted by Hanry
Swansea.
Barbadian Novella)
Speaking of George Lemming he
said he had wen him in London
thought he ma doing quiv w
i' In- aaid is pleased
-If as he has lust had
Oval aetepted and It will
.- published h I>--.-emher Tha
i ifter visrtinfr
Caa -II V 1) A Wile*. Assistant
CaMysssai the Extra-Mural De-
nu-lssMR* and the Advocate, v.
ought greetlnas from Lam-
u ir.fmber
of the Staff, sailed for Jamaica In.
the afternoon. 11
NKW VOHK July 3.
Tlie ?S.00U,0O0 iu|erllne'
In lied SUies suiled for Europ<
. m ui "tin ml I
"'- sk-;.1.....i
record in her maiden voya 'hat 13.000 per
OH tit-wed un to we the WQ-fi'
SSjMhVtoa ve**cl leave. Anton t
1,660 D:i-<;s'iigen> was Margat-
lugatai at the Prc*i
va caught In "
ing mob and had to be rescued b*
Se.-ret Servile ,'igents
The curious pressed around fun
Truman as *h tried to t.ilk U) n
sb the Fporta deck. In
eosnrn md of the ship wa Commi
dora Rarn Hmnltag He rtsaeed
. !;mlely that he was out
to win the T>..n-Atlantic speetl
record the nation lost a centur--
it'1 but*hli hroad grin larltlr tole
he would trv to gnost
Queen Mary, prsaen'
-l.lei
He got the vessel off to a fas
tart Within gfl hour after rlc;,-
ing the entnincr r.f :.... '.
, harbour the United Rtstea h
an and passed Ihe linei
Slorkhalsa niid ItalU which ! -
New York before her Passe-ig-
guessed she was clomp 34 loir-M
hilt Ihe -peed will nOI bf i' I
tinned tirt'll Friday at noon
i r
Astnon
Wins 7.T.C.
Handicap
PAIN lu
in PI
lioni Ihe I'm lad "k for manj
.
1 n Ins Afctrior
< ttounced A and II Class
.
12.000 pun* Asirion
itt ll irdwldgs in the saddk
clipped 4'5 of a second ufT HM
,(ti
iolden Q'
KKSUI.TS
Waal Ineian llandkap
Ah-ul Ma Fartamm; (l. K and
F*. three >er "14+ only
l April'. Dreom. 2 Flrsv
Admiral :i Cavalter Tim. i mm
la sees
Buy shore Hand leap
Ah*"t Six Furlonaa; Cum C and
V. ataiaana
i Hope Dawns. 2 OoUaaa
leee'. 3 Netan Time 1 min.
Ml sees
Helmonc Handicap
Ab-rtit One Mile and 130 Vjrd
LONIJtlN. Julj I
I S llii'.ain .ii.l Fn.nce h.
ompteted th* draft reply to M'
-ow on the Gen li
tali i i' i
Thurada)
The drafl u batna
vlth the Ft lersH m olla K
. . .
Kn mJla It I expei
hat the West's notes "ill Ih i
M Kn
:
porabon is not carrying out
.....li ran ol th
.,.i.... Ti. nead tact
i form then flu l
to enaure that tbair revenue-
iui less man Mime.em t.....
..II sums properlv cbarteahle t rh< weal will '.I Ho
lheir revenue ace*runt' doe* no I"" li llll with i
C| ... Corporation lo inal up o| ui imno
(es m Ihe rtevvlopmnt ia-nol 'i** Investigutlng ......milssion i
Itxx but
liioilnfatn It* ohleerimtt to nenf-i-
ullon <>l unified Germany.
CIs
lijl. F.xpprl for
I ihhIihi Talks
l.luWN Hi; July 3
.ted nt
Ifadlca] Servt
13 i>r Harold "
ilosii expert and
I in : laaaaoi aj m \<
who is at pr> -
.-. n || ",
Kingdom. DM.S Di I. A I
i assur I
i
understood he is In M,
'
gramme which will have an ii^ I
artaan aflaot oa tha futui. *
al ttic country
i F and F! feeir yeir -Id*
ol] i Lip Kii-met
mtn M TT.C it ..-I.. i
\henl Mae Iurlonas; Cl \
sag R only
I. Astnon. 2 Landmark. 3
Haroween Time 1 mln. SB' < ..-
St. Ann's Handicap
About Sl Furlonaa; ** H
and 01 only
1. False Pride 2 Careful Annie
3 Orchis. Time 1 nun. 141 see"
Create Handicap
About Six rnrlonga ClaSs D
and F only
I, Mary Ann. l\ Crossroads, 3
Sunglee and Rosemary. Time-
mln 141 St flair Handicap
Abi'Ul Nine Furlong*: Ctaaa V
nd Ct Winner*
I .. i

St.ir
Time
Ah Bao.i
U St'iiti'ncod For
I (Mil i ;ilri| \\ c;i|MHl-
TUNIS. July 3.
aHltan trwunal
-enlei.i.u eight TUDaut
i ight to prison terms ranging front
one month lo one yea.
Such Iosm> would be norma'
lodtajtraal practice. Thus its char
ler makes Its mcr&iiuigly difflctil
foi the : urporition to fulfil Bj
oigm.tl task of undertaking nun
ginul devehapiuenl. More un.
more the Coryoratiun msy be i
foread to enter into eogopMU D
witli private enterprise .
ti M that lew and leas wdl I breai
new ground.
Some Conservative* feel tha
money now being spci.t D) COI
would In- l-rtler invent,
'.loimiiiit schemes sponsored b>
the Colonial Governments.
I.....>., U miaiths now CD*
had lieen under the munageiin"
i Lord Hetth ind the organisa
-me and abroad has beer
lly nvi'rhiiUliHl Si-vei
projects which nfu*r Neirrhm
examination have shown llttli
chance of paying their
been abenrtocictT Latest unnua
report of the Corporation showed
Dial >>f C2I.noo.000 of cspit
vonturad over e4.300.ooo had
l>een lost
I
, ..pens in ing ronce-lcd weaponi
-HI Last -bo.il ten d
Eotu

Ud (or
qu i k exchange of sclei *
informall'in about teehnm I
' .-t. an allem
rrtalri sdminu' <
procedures O
del
..
'
inwhth held -j
! brief session to discuss minor <'>-
meet it problems I'.f
Kills Dodge
UN War Planes
SEOUL. July 3
Fifth Ant- 1. Me > i-|i;.-M--i
(<l pilots have beggMBI IS
leluctant to tangle with
I'rnted Nations war planes uuBpil<
the bid that ihe Iteds have built
up a superior force a| 1.B00 plane
,n Miinehurm.
The Report noted that Ked MIG
IS jel* air appearing in ever
i leiistng numbers and thai n
Nghts of them now contain ten
ii fewer planes Karllcr thla ywu
\i/';'s awe apuaailna m ilfbta
ol awra 'Im,, ., um. The l.mt u,.
fliKht was seen on April I. The
heaviest MIC i-*nrentitlon ol th
war was on March 3 when V
htad
The Ftfdi Anfoie.. Kald th
Corrunuoisti h iva built up an atr-
: KO-l unit IJM01
f .ill types l-ehlnd to
Manchurii n bordar. it g i'd refua1
liny longer to make a show n
.liength
Plane* Staged Grounded
Thi rn*angsari reluctance of Re
nti i's r*n fabn
lets eame on June 23 when 1-V
Mlfi'S ".weird on Ihe Antuni
fiirfleld while United Stttes plane
bombed Sill". pOWSI tat KM
ubble I'P
/ V/w/ Hay Install
Truffle Lights
PORT-OK SPAIN,
i he J iimil.ni Oovernm
..... in" ..i
i.iilii probloti In 'in i ii i .ii.....
ii Borougn
.
.di ihorUj aah tha Utauurl vi
Councll'a Finance Committ- i
lundu to Impart hundred* ol tbeac
ighls and f>i importation of
WniU'd, Kingdom oxperi to install
hem.
About two vean ago origan
svstem was planned, gaumated
-ost was put at S150.0O0. but I' i -
pel led thai Ihi peoiact v ill
rioo......
ony nearly 1
. Jul>- 3.
M.mvnl backed sliding
M^ge Male Hill will come betofe
in. NafUonal Assembly .' I M
p.m. a.if.T foi 'i
,. i '!" voli oi the Bill appear*
i-i nsajoi hn
Plnsy laces In
OM to gn on
.iimmer n.e-.- <.n July I I
l he bill f Uw
l1 ii
nosilh -
Uppti

i| provari
i

i Hill migh'
ml
^^^^^^^Ha tw<> j iu" tf t *ii
i-.-d.i
'he As-
mblv s eonfldi I i
Tin Hill which
,111 I- '
pjecti us a modlfle
.1 Mirial-
t n,ii ,- dJi foi Um Increase of
inolle sal.ii m Ql of :
- n' lump of mi
n|eX.
l.efti-t ..pposition gtlael
which
u
.. .

ncludlmt Pi

|| rtiiRh'
new wive of 5jncUI un-
i tod H
tomUxattoo that
ved dui
\ng the foui mmiih- In '*'"
Plnav'* foes in ihe A-wml 1>
..
., .pringboard to laiin.'h
,n overall oti P'f'OV
I r-
w/rVWV/.W.'
:-,'.'.*,-^'-*.'-'
New Oil Sources Opened In M. East
ownership is -haied o, lintuh development of these reserves I
The period of nearly twelve Dutch. French and American cotn- /Hal to Ihe long-term Inft
psedidneetaa pamei'. The r;ste of output lag! -he oil indiurtrv am' of
upi> ><) month w*a double that of mat .urner'
'..niiary and la now running at The polite
rr. U 10m ton* annually The main f;.--- Ilab ^ith the flow
.. Idh > a tot I increase he* bnei lAalem oil are ws*
icw pipe- known and have been
the Mediterranean. With Illustrated hv la* year's ev< rrh-
udditiim u- it. in IVrsi^ Not the leant effeci.v.
Kuv. i.si uaaspurution racUMias, lha (PC way in which 'nase iKstltical in
ooas mi be owarei
rioan u through an iriunadlalii -nrt rapln
C it Oi u' *a -entla! develo-nn.'
at which will bring iiuick and sub-
aJss* UBhast place in the output of That rapid tmpangaOn oi Middle ttantial benetHs u> ana i-
-wned proparUes fa Eastern develop- the pnxiuctag countries on the
1- Affssk* i m'-i '. the highest importance basis of she new god
ed royalty and proflt-eharlr
' i ersta which hat I
roieusn Onrnpany, wheat the Middle its
.. 1
Jhs clwkv o$ tlwM who
koocpuA8 Quality, and
o$ tfw Ac who amfdoif
conn my . .
A rare combination realised in
K. W. V.
"THE LABEL WITH THE KEY
tti/ies, Uraiuiii-H anil Liqueurs
K.W. V. PAAEL TAWNV
K. W. V. Coronation Wine
K.W.V. Old Brown Sherry
K. W. V. Amontillado Sherry
K. W. V. Old Oloroso Sherry
K.W V Sweet Vermouth.
K.W.V. Dry Vermouth
K. W V. VAN DER HUM LIQUEUR $
K.W.V. Superior "Key" Brandy
Tht
$
Pillars
iTealth
and
Ifa/i/n'r.
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PAGL TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
I Itll'W II I ^ 1 132
Ccuub ft*U*m What made Rita
D
j
UUQfttfl
.
. ciil and
t>\ T (' \
Hand the

from Jul> 8 In 13
Dim-ton.
'
l>r Harknrss expect* io return
to Barbados In about a month's
With Barclay* Bank
RFTl'H\IN(. to Trll
Wed. m il C'.iambtr
. Ing In England I
the pail font iii
Mr Wills it employed with the
San Fernando branch of ft;ir
:
On Routine Visit
MM G MONTGOMERY GOR-
lilMlimilllg Adviser
lo the Comptroller for Develop-
ment anil Welfare, left for Dom-
inica yesterday morning by B.G
Airways on s routine vtsv It-
expo'- tot nhout two
On Holiday
MRS. B A SPENCE. wh husband Is Land Sur-
. in IHiiid,'l. ..iTivwd ban
yesterday morning by HI W.I.A
with her daughter Joyce who i-
Secretary of Alstons Ltd
have come over for lima mm *
holiday which they ara spending*!
ns guests ;it the Hotel Royal.
Also coming in on the sam
plane from Trinidad were M
and Mrs I' S Nanton from
Vincent. Thev will be spendinL
. kt1 holiday staying at the
Hotel ]<.>%.,]
Mr. Kan ton is a Director of
United Traders Ltd* in King*-j
town. I i
For Medical Treatment
MI! 11. STUART BYNOE. Di-fl
of Messrs. Cave,
Shepher Id and Mr*.
' "Albion". Hastings, were
i-rs l-> T.C.A. yesterday
ii "suing (or Canada.

Mr R. Mimrtce Cave, is going to
Ottawa (or medical treatment.
King Knit-Whit's Inventions
Mr and Mrs. DENIS ATKINSON.
Cricketer Wecii
rill St M*
,' 'HViluik. Mis
Matthias Church yf-
afternoon at 4 30
BaOa Goddarri.
daughter uf Mr and Mrs. Bruce
Goddard <* Karen I-odgcf,
Graeme Hull Terrace, was mar-
Mi Denis Atkinson, son
Of Mr and Mr*. W. E. Atkinson
of No. 40 Blue Waters, and Bar-
bados .-ind West Indies cricketer.
The bride who was given in
nrriage by her father, wore a
dress of slipper satin with a close
lilting bodice and sleeves of chan-
tilly lace with an anpliqued neck-
line and a very full skirt ending
in a long train. Her linger tip
veil of illusion tulle, was kept in
rlocc by a Juliet cap of lnco and
she carried a bouquet of white
orchids and coratita. ,
She was attended by Miss Bar-
hnrn Goddard as maid of honour
and Miss Jcanette Goddard and
In Vanaaueia, arrived here yester- Miss Sally Patterson as brides-
day morning b> H.W.I.A. from maldl They were all similarly
Trinidad where he spent a few attired in dresses of white em-
i u lien for u fur- boned tulle with close fitting
ther holiday before going tin to bodices, off the shoulder necklines
BerktlaS In California, nnd verv full skirts. They car-
'kobertaon Is staying at the ried fans of the same material
M.tnne Hale). trimmed with red rosebuds and
Engine?* In Venezuela
MR. CHARLES ROBERTSON.
engineer of C A Cuminos
American Citizens
MR. AND MRS. II J. MILLS,
a dttam who
had beei. Europa on hub-
day. arrived u H.n-i Wi the ColiMiibte in-
transit for Arubl where Mr. Mills
has been employed with the
Standard Oil Co. tor the past
twenty Ihrea 11
Mr. Miii- i kan i" rathe and
return to the United Statai next
year.
Result Of Drawing
Tilt: Royal and Merchant Navy
Welfan Laagua ie to an->
nounea tfla following prise wtn-
nini! mimbara In the Raffle held in
aid iif their lunds
Jnd, I4tg; Srd
?S75: 4th 1311; Sth, 0117; nth. ISSi:
Tth 3600; StA, 1.17".: l*th. 0*63; 10th,
3770; lllh. 0995; 12th. 4636; 13th.
HOT: 14th. 2004.
ribbon.
Tin- ceretiioiiv which was fullv
choral with Mr G. C William!! at
the organ, was conducted by Rev.
M E. Griffiths. The duties of best-
man were performed by Mr Roy
Proverbs, while those of ushers
fell to Mr. Richard Randal. Mr.
Rorcj Goddard. Mr. Colin God-
dard. Mr. Joseph Hassell, Mr
John Armstrong. Mr David Git-
lOtM, Mi David Taylor and Mi
John M.i'M.ill
A reception wag held al the Ma-
rine Hotel ami the honeymoon Is
being spent at the Crane Hotel.
The bride's going away dress
was turquoise wnflle pique with
hits h -1 <.....
Law Student
I! NEIL PHOVERBS. a law
student of Toronto.Univer-
sity, left for Jamaica on Wednes-
day evening by the Colorable
after spending a month's holiday
with Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest Klnch
M
r. UMTS are kindly Mked ,,f Nl
U> call on Miss Farmer c/o J. N
| a Boni Ltd., ORlce f
their prizes.
Neil who Is a nephew of Mrs
Kinch and son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ivor Proverbs of Toronto was
paying his first visit to Barbados.
Front Jamaica he will travel to
ItKYNAULD Miami and then go on to Canada.
C.S.O.B.A Reunion
Back To St. Lucia
Mil AND MRS
JAMX6 ol :
home on Tuesday
B W I A after Mending a holi-
day staying at Crystal Waters A T the meeting of the Execu-
Worthlng. T. live Committee .' I
Mr James, member of the barmen oid Boys' Association on
i Town Board, was here juiv 22nd, the guests of bOOOUr
in lbs Interest of his health. m,(i the date ,.f the Annual Dtnnei
, g^ . ... will b, llxetl. It had been decided
Alter Inrep Weeks not to hold | Monthly Reunion
MRS. T D SH1LL1NGFOHD on the first Friday of July on ae-
of Rcseau. Dominica, re- count of clashing of dates with
turned home yesterday morning other social functions,
by B.G. Airways after spending The date of the Old Boy
Attended Conference
In Jamaica
HONBLK ERNEST WILLIAMS,
memlter of the Antigua
: Chairman of the
Public Works and Communica-
tions Committee, was intransit
yesterday morning by B.WIA
from Trinidad on his way back
home
Mr. Williams who spent a few I
days in Trinidad visiting various;
projects and meeting I
ment Officials, had been over to '
Jamaica attending Ihe Conference
of Affiliated Branches of the Com-
monwealth Parliamentary Aaso- i
ciation which lasted from June1
22 to June 29.
He said that the Conference was '
a uecess and he thought it was a
good thing for members of the i
various legislatures in the Carib-
bean to get together and discuss
theti problems so that thev could
come to a unanimous decision and
make united representations.
Pre-Retirement Leave
V|H V. H. B. ROCHEFORD.
A*aV accountant in the Govern-
ment Savings Bank retires from
the Civil Service at the end of !
six months' leave which began
on July 1.
Mr. Roeheford Joined the Ser- !
vice In January 1913 and so at the
end of his leave will have hail 40
i ,\-. io hi credit.
He served in the Department of
Agriculture, the Po-t Office, the
Audit Office, the Bridgetown Petty .
Debt (Hurt, the Provost Marshal's .
Office, later the Public Trustee I
and the Savings Bank.
It was in the Provost Marshal's I
Office that he was best known and
he several tlm"s acted as hend of
thnt Department
On Monday he wfcs given a
hearty "send off by the members
of the Bank Stall ,*m\ other de-
partments of the service.
Carlb joins in the wishes ex-
pressed to him for many happy
years of letin'nun*.
Spent Five Weeks
MRS. ALICE MICHELIN who
OWfsl a cattle farm in Ja
malcn, returned home on Wednes-
day evening by the French S.S.
Coloinbie after spending live
weeks' holiday with her son and
daughter-in-law. Col. ami Mrs.
R. T. Muhelin at District A.
rainAi. J! i.
i Th* New..
three weeks' holiday staying
"Allworlh". Cheapslde.
Her husband who is Managing
Director ot T. G. Shillingford and
i rned last areek after a
fortnight holiday
Cricket match will also be decid-
ed and arrangements for the dunce
completod.
The Annual General Meeting
will be held on Thursday, July
24. at 3 00 p.m.
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.' i p., ii.ii ii.n" iin raixMii.
J p iii Raport Inrni WlmblMliia. II
l> m VsrlMy Bf.rhnl
Han Prriinm.
iii-ii isjsai. si am
change partners
-Arm <* ^ '
DANCE
by LEONARD MDSLEY
I
HEaLLV lell very sorry for
| both of them. Bur then,
wouldn't' Wh.ti us
ladder, sillier, and more
p.ith-ue to the uniooHet nan
Ihe Mght ol iwu grown men still
mooning lovesick, over the am*
girland still hopelessly unaware
ol the reut reason why-sh> ha-
walked out of both of then
iv< 1
A iv
And i
Rita
in Holly aood
uog uilss si
a *>nole orti
of ideas apar
Mom tnetn
And inev lu-i
oan't nguie oui
why. "
WHYn *ent
l Rivler*
. . :<
when I s
iney are i
ooth deeply ...
love with per.
Wmtcn M\ Knu;
night club dancing
oeaulilul film star likf V
dv Carlo or Irene Papa but
staring over his partner's
shoulder at the door as if tie
were 'rymg to will R:ta io come
lauKn.ni and saving into the
room.
Watcn mm as i nave done
hen be glances across at UK
b'g picture ol H'.ra on tne oiano
to fits borne
And Orson Wrlles ? Mention
the name ol Rita to nun and
ihe fond exprcaaiun of u man In
Inve spread* like whipped cream
over (hose chubbv features
The/ still *nnt to know
WHAT mada Rita leave Uiem.
The reason
Wki.les will tell you
that they oevvi
(luarrelled. So wiU
Aly Khan Welles will convince
you that, in Ms opinion the*
nupeared to be very happv. 80
*iil Alv Khan
So how did they OreaS UP t
AfWr watching Uwai cloaely.
ofn-i 'uitening lo them talk,
ma; Dc I can nni the ivaaon lor
wh.cli ihev are 'earching
For I think I Know hv Rita
Havworth is no longer iisti-niua
to the Itood nl talk which Orson
Welle* txnired out to her dunn.\
ner TurrtaRv to Hit' fenlus
it at tnn moinrnt
ihi- is back nooflog" in a
i .mcai tllni in Hoii.wood
i .-.-uil ol nuuauiaoina eitfa Alv
Hne left tlwm because wi? i
..us*.ng girl She elt cvh
hatbands rjecause she
-iced that neither of Utem
j "serious' over work.
Happiness...
mil
(Know mat
Orton Wellea acts in
iiltns and direct*
I uno* mat Ai> Khan
pendi a id of time riding
and weeding race winner*
Uui neiiliei of tliem has ever.
in the way mat Rita looks at
it. June a "regular*" Job n nis
s:ie comes Irom a long
line ol people wno think a lot
ol work Her tamil? were pro-
lestional dancers who drumrtn'C
into ner the notion that you
canno' oe 'lutiuv unless vou are
ID regrlai employment.
Per t.er* hour tha-. vou olsy
dn ter philosophy) vou sho-ii-i
pu* in a: least two. Ihree or fou"
.... on from sertou* pursu:
After *he first rap'ures ol life
nd love wiih Orson Welle' and
ilv Khan tiad worn on I am
oiivnred that she was apoalied
i' tnelr aultude towards hard
eiular toll.
Fm. km-
o
.(WON WELLES llt-d
i enthiuiasuc
ibout a new Mm oi
t new ulsy he was planning
:;ia'. ne made it sound like lun
And work Iiim unl fun the way
u tl( sees it
With We'iM *nc nevei knew
wneuier ne was working ot
Dlaving Hr miecl the two
So she walked out on O.m one
dav comolauiinB 'hat ihe |iif
couldn't go on being marred u
a "genius.*' What she meant
*< "I lust can') continue as
tne wile ol a man who doesn'i
believe in work."
And 'hen AP Knan walked
into her lire It looked good
and oromis.ng Hi 'he beginning
Het new huiliand was dat
lu-ndwme c h r m o g and
etcit-.ng. rnev nad lou oi tun
tom-ther. rney travelled around
logathtl and he showed ner at.
k.nds ol new olace* in'roduce'i
her to all kinds of new oeoole
A CMSCrBRCe
IFE was lull 01
happv. testful lun
^making Tne*
gambled m Havana. They
ski-ted .n swurerland Thev
natned on the Riviera.
Bui tnen came me lime wnen
tne working irt ini'de R a
Havworth me nooier no
thinks people should do some
work in life Degan to speak up
" How tons is all this HOtng
on T asked Working Oirl Rtta
ot herself Surelv were no*
i'omg io plav all the time
When do we do some work to
lustlfV al) IMS?"
8o this marriage too oroS"
up. Again there were no serou;
ouarrels. Again the huibanl
nought that everything wai
raDhlc and Bf*OS
Like Orson Welles Alv Khan
didn't guess that the girl he had
married was a girl with a con-
icience a coruciencr ma:
demanded hard work to lostllv
a lot ot plav.
London Espress Service
THE BRIDE FROM PARIS
BRINGS A 3-IN-l HAT
Listening Hours
Tlir DaUj
a M p m The Bp Op-iwitu. s ji m
Sport* niin4-up - Truarmmnte PrHe.
I. p in The Ne I 10 o m llcne N>
uCn Britain. is M i*ielie M-k .
PerCn-l. Ip"i Umdno Calling. _
The Ortde Is married tn a
mall white straw cloche,
trimmrd with guiceri and
Hnnlng ivll tlett). To match
hrr <70ing auay mtf tic lakes off
ffte frl'imtngs reveries lie hat
and add* a navy and while
ribbon (above/.
tjid.'n lrgr
anlt!^ZOU-COUtTSl BY THE WAY"... . ly BeacfccomW
| pj|4 A
lllfl e>-. Ai Algy jnd
Koodbyr
l.r irg ind li.
.
I'jg 4i.d
Olhiri ire
he*r iTiji "ihey sr* tjiCing
b->-i Chr:>imi Mmkingt. They
ikt no notice of iht inull people
n.l rl.t, ',., drill jwiy
ownd ihr middle ol ihe vlUge.
.h.le Conujble Growler gain
THE! capture of two bears in UM
l'.i.ucan town of I-uchon i-
.- vent. 1-ike the other wild
animals in thr- i'yienc.s. i-x-vpt
the izard Ithe chamois ol Ins 1
1 reneea). the bear Is now growing
very scarce.
I myself have never come acre**
line, altlmuilli I baVS
described a light in which I killed
a huge brown bear on a ledge of
rock on the Spanish gUa "f l)M
Noufonts passand am gradually
: coming U> believe it m
pened. Once there were even ibex
to lie seen in these mount.im bu<
SAW the last of Ihem are in cap-
LADIES' FANCY STRAW and CRINOLINE
HATS WIDE BRIM WHITE and COLOURS
$2.84 $3.28 and $4.06
LADIES' WHITE STRAW HANDBAGS
$1.64 $1.80 and $4.06
T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS
DIAL *220
YOUR SHOE STORES
DIAL *60A
ivity in the Spanish MatlOOa]
Park in the wild vulloy of A
Wr*. Wn-lvh mul Ihv Cirrun
DOSS." said Wugwell to Colonel
O Wretch, 'the day when I
DM* more see your betler half
no oeTenregracing; our show as of
,, ,1- w,\l ba the proudest day of
my Ufa since 1 induced the Mayoi
of Stacklesham to let Bibbo till
his hat with sawdust." "Mrs.
Wivtch." said the colonel Icily.
has other calls on her time. Tell
him. my dear." "Yes. tell oM
Wuggy," said the proprietor
rauclly. "1 am fully occupied with
iiiitu-.il work." i-eplied Mrs.
w..-:i ii u m rs batng cbair-
BU n of the Frieiio* >.f I.
.nd of the Society for Human Pro-
greag 'Far (mm it t-e me." re-
:oi-.ed Wugwell. "to grudge you
to that other circus .it Westminster,
but Zaphroma the bearded lady
riilKMil has a nasty go of
quinsy. I am aware that your chin
fair Blossom, is as innocent of
lie ml us a coot Is of mane,
,.i;<-kiU Zaphroma's beard was
I nf Unkley's half-crown
.idjustablrc (trade secret) and It Is
OT disposal."
Wiirjhml Y/i'
I READ that an attempt n
being m;ide to |>opularifte po!o
In having a running COB
through a loud-speaker during
ft realised
tint i-ilo i-: hurling <>n horse-
back, and was Invented by the
Irish. It was played Kunstar
long before recorded history be*
Had croquet ore"
descendants of pole.
Thr fiiiUly run,,,I
'OHE wore the hat." it says.
*J "almost over one ear." How
dreadfully amusing Oh. but I
eay.' I can see heT admirers
i-aught on the wrong side of her.
running round to whisper their
follies in the only ear available.
Waiting until u queue had formed.
he tilted the hat over on to the
other r. and round they ran
.gain, back lo where they had
started from. My dear what per-
fectly ghastly fun. I mean. One
tan hardly cope, actually-
Alter the honeymoon its
make* a third change and wears
if rld>--on, ulil a pink rose
tucked and" Iht ftrtm The brute
and the thiee nay hat come
Irani Ports.
He Found a Way to Cro
Br MAX TRELL
111? Majesty Kinc Knit-Whii
King of Bungle-Land. was a won-
lerful inventor." General Tin. the
tin soldier, was saying " lav***
lad Kome of the nioit marvelous
things > the w.irld. For instance
ie once Invented a slice of bread
with three aldea."
Knarf and HairM, who were list-
enln* to Ueneral Tin. exclaimed in
amaiement when they heard this.
They aaid: "How can a slice of
bread have three sidea!"
"It was quite simple, onee you
aaw it." General Tin replied. "He
cut the slice very thick, and the
third aide was all around the edges.
The purpose of this was to keep His
Majesty from eating more than
one sliee of bread between meals
Ion account of it was so thick).and
alio to keep the sliceif it fell
down-from falling on the buttered
.Ie. He always buttered it on the
id it hardly ever fell
Plants Without Water
third side
on thnt.
Didn't Rain
'"Ie also invented a way of mak-
ing hi* irardi-n grow." continued
General Tin. "without ever having
to water it even though it didnt
rain for months and months and
months."
"How did he do that?" asked Ha<
niil.
General Tin smiled. "Once I tell
yea In* ncheme. you'll wonder why
nobody ever thought of it before.
This is what he did. He planted his
whale irarden in the lake."
"But General Tin, dldnt the
flowers get drowned!" Knarf said.
"Probably. But that's not impor-
tant. Hr never nad to water them.
It aaved a great deal of time."
Knarf nnd Hanid couldn't quite
agree that this was a very useful
Invention. But General Tin went
right on.
"Now one day hr invented the
boat thing of all. I'll tell you Just
how it happened. It had been rain-
ing for a long time in Bungle-Land,
M much bo that all the roads were
deep with mud. Poor King Knit-
Whit .tood by the window of his
room in the palace day after day,
looking out at the rain and wiihinic
il would atop so that he could go
out. But of course he couldn't.
There was too much mud. He had
to stay indoors.*'
" "Why didn't he take an umbrel-
la and rubbcru?" aaked Hanid.
"He thought of them. But there
was mill too much irud. He didn't
like iretting- himself rover...l .iV.
Kiag Knit-Whit looked out at the
mud. So then he decided to Invent
something that would let him go
outside, in the rain and the mud, and
not get wet or muddy. So the lira*
thing; he invented was something
that looked like a little boat except
that it had no oars. If he sat in this
boat he wouldn't net muddy. But
the rate would still fall on him. So
then he invented something to stand
over the top of the boat like a sort
of square umbrella. And now," said
General Tin. "His majesty knew
that he wouldn't get wet or muddy.
Bat that aiill ssseeVt enough. How
could he get the boat with the um-
brella on top to move down the
road?"
I "Yes?" said Knarf and Hanid
together. "How?"
Neat Thing
I "So." said General Tin, "the next
thing he invented were two wheels
for the boat-with-the-umbrella-on-
top to stand on. And now. standing
on the wheel*, the invention rolled
to and fro. But who would be strong
enough to pull it with His Majesty
'sitting Inside? lie didn't want hi*
rervantn to do II, because then they
would get nil wet ami muddy. So
(finally he invented two long poles
to .lick out in from of the boai-
wilh the umbrella on top -
that-stood-on-wheel- And to these
poles he hitched a horse, and on
the horse he put a harness. And out
he went in thi* new invention of
his. rolling up and down the road*
of Bungle-Lam!, nnd not getting the
least bit muddy or ihe slighte-t tit
et. Il .i, lbs BKMl wonderful -'.n-
venlion he had ever invented I*
"Hut OsssstmlTlel" Hanid cried.
"That invention wax a carriage!"
Hut General Tin only kept imil*
Talking Point
The English an .1 seriou3 people
with many serious things to think
cl*football, horse-racing, dogs.
fish..
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r*H>AY, JULY 4, 1K2
BABBAUOS ADVOCATE
Hopes High
For C'ada
W.I. Trade
By G H. l.Asil
"We have oigi. hopes kui me
British Wast Uuilkm i>.d UDa-
alizauon Plan will (uwvulc ui-
I'leased oppurlumiy lur Tris/tii"
exporters to tha Wast Indies,"
Doojdu H. Chuney, mm Til
Canadian trade CommUaionvr,
Mid following his arrival la
Montteai on beard the Cam.oi.ui
NaUoaal Steamship* lady Neatoo
IhU morning.
Pointing out that the West
Indies are in the sterling area,
and that doUar trad* has been
adversely afevtsd because Ol
this, Mr. Cheney said the plan
was put Into effect last year
after negotiations with the gov-
ernment* of the United Kingdom
and the United States.
"Because of the devaluation of
the sterling money, it was nece-
sanr for the British West lndi-.
to say down an elaborate system
of Import and estcbange control
in IMS." he taid. Be added thai
exports during that year and 1 '
wete very low. but with the
Trade Liberalization plan in
effort, some progress was made
in lP.si
"This year," he continued, "the-
p'aa is more elastic than la*-*
year, which is a flood .sign for
increased exports to those Brit-
ish West Indies itond effected"
TAG*. THiifcr
SEA AND AIR
TRAFFIC
la Crlielr Bay
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Tttruna S*n b>i
Babsfl
MP's Discuss
Malaria In
Br. Guiana
LONDON, June.
Has malaria been eradicated
from British Guiana" Two Mem-
ber* of Parliament arflued on the
subject in the House of Commons
last night during a debate on
United Nations' specialised agen-
cies.
Mr. Bernard Braine (.Conserva-
tive, Essex, Biliencay div.) was
discussing generally the situation
in regard to availability of tech-
nicians and equipment for various
schemes and wont on to make
I his comment:
"In the last two years malaria
has been eradicated from Brit-
ish Guiana".
Or. H. Morgan (Labour, War-
rinaton): What*
Mr. Braine: Malaria has been
eradicated.
Dr Morgan: Al a medical man.
let me tell the Hon. Member that
that Is an Incorrect geWU
There ft ttut plenty of malaria m
Brlti-h Guiana.
Mi". Brauie. 1 uo not know
which colonial report tho Ho.i.
Gentleman read last, but 1 can
assure himand I am sure his
own Front Bench will claim Hu __
credit for It that one of the The Schooner Timothy Van
moat notable achievemuil in the Sluytman. 76 ton*, under Captain
light against ill health In th.s SloU at Lived in Carlisle Bay yes-
world is largelv toe work of one *"** rom Biitish Guiana with
vci? dislmflUlshed malarlologist > bags of coal, 89 tons of flre-
in eradicating maUrla from tr* w^^*^ *".,* **
coastal belt of British Guia ia While the Timothy Van Sluyl-
whero it has been a killing 01s- man was in British Guiana a smal.
ejiat. I mention that becau-e I do ,n,c hrok*; 'ul
r.ot think we should be so shy where repairs
about lalking of our own achieve- * ^..^^i.,*^0^: B"'
ments in this battle against
poverty and want.
The great problem facing no
only ps but the world as a whol
'* the lack at the present moment 7** .
of sufficient technical specialists. Ior
I remember visiting British Gui-
:ina laM year and asking
.igrieullural officer whether .ie
had his full complement of staff.
"_."il^l.he.l!,.C_l!ed_.aJ?.,?_ Adv'ocsw' yesterday.
Many Guianese
Find They Are
Not British f
GEORGKTuWN, June 28.
British Guiana's Treasury
stand to gain a big windfall
from Universal Adult Suf-
frage under the now Con-
stitution by way of naturali-
zation fees, according to the
Registration Officer.
The searchlight fur the
proposed universal suffrage
has shown that many 'Brit-
ish Guianesc' are not really
British nationals. This con-
dition is not confined to the
masses, for many persons in
very high places who have
lived In British Guiana 40,
50 or 80 years are not Brit-
ish nationals.
It has been disclosed that
some of them even have the
vote and are elected repre-
sentatives on statutory
bodies When they signed
voters registration forms or
accepted places on the elec-
toral roll It never occurred
to them that they were
neither British by birth or
naturalize Udn
Enumerators' searching
questions under the recent
campaign found the gaps in
their armour. And they have
not been silent about it. The
only remedy which scemt
open to them now is to get
naturalised or they wouldn't
have a vote at the 1953 Gen-
eral Elections The assur-
ance has however been
given them that they have
time enough to spare to get
themselves In order. As It
Is many a Dutch Guiana-
born, China-born. Syria-
born Muiatit - will have
to take out naturalization
papers If .(hey want the vote.
B.G. Medico
At T.B. Talks
LONDON
Dr Harold Fi round**, tubercu-
losis officer. British Guiana, Is at-
tending (he third Commonwealth
Health and Tuberculosis Confer-
ence, which opens in London on
Ju.y 8. He will address a n.euUD.1
oa TubcrcuN-st* in British Cel-
unisl Territories. Also apeak in*-
at the same meeting will be Mr
Oliver Lyttelton, Secretary of
Suit for the Colonies, and medical
ugncers from several other British
crtomc*
Tuberculosis is now a serious
problem m the British Caribbear
colonies and is linked with the
housing shortage. In British Gui-
nea, (or example, the incidence o>
v tuberculosis h risen
since 1947 from 51 to 90 per 100.000.
A survey of ce^ts showed that 84
percent of newly diagnosed suffer-
ers shared a bedroom with one or
more people and 00 per cent snar-
ed a bed.~B.IJJ.
Latest Gadget
In The Jet
Economic Development
In Colonies Important
ttQMUNSQN
LONDON.
"EXPENDITURE within Colonial development plans
mutt be related to the long-term needs of ach territory
but HM. (.H-vernioenl ontinuag to emphasise to all
Colonial Governments iht importance of devoting partic-
ular attention to economic development at the present
tune," said Mr. Harry Hopkimon, Minuter of State foi
the Colonies, in the House of Commons recently.
He had been u>ked by Mr. Thomaa Held. labour. Swin
don, it "in view of the urgent need for wealth-producinK
schemes in the Colonies" he would depart from the present
practice of spending, under the 10-year development plans.
only about as much on economic development as on social
services.
Mr. K".i ...-., aaked what
wealth producing scheme* had
iwen sanctioned In tho Coloruea)
.is a result of Uie work of tho
Colonial Primary Products Com- T1 .
mltlee. opart from those under- II11 CFtf* I ll*iinillaTl
taken by the Colonial Develop- nilgC UIUU1UUI
ment and Overseas Food Corpor-
ations.
Mr. llopkinson replied- "The
pose of the Committee was to
Nigeria Has
luge Uranii
Deposits
review the possibilities! of mere pe possibility th-i Nlgun* %
mg Colomal production in th-llsfht become an important producer
"I'ti.ill- down with nothing on of present and prospective world uraniumraw muterud of atoi
ih.. clock but tbe maker's na.ne," needs. Their reports provided, as energyla revested by two
tins ohisse i* rapuU* going >ul a intended, u useful back* purts published ui I^ioku I
f rssfelM) with let-age pilots. Th" gi-ound agiunsl which spedflc w-k They disclose that one i
reason is thst the latest Hoyal schemes of development emild ho the largest deposits
A r For.e ighr* are 0tt"d wlUl Primed both by Colon in 1 Govern-
a Budget which always keeps ment and by pHvate enterprise.
snmMhing "on the clock." T*'* Minister added that i'
sfhttB living hUnd at night or m *" not possible to say which of
bod wei.ther. pilots rely on an In- the -
uraniu-n
been discovered
Niger .i And with It are Large
deposits of another rare meutl.
ummuch in demand for
.... various schemes started since) defence and ciOaer purposes, noi-
ahT^i"which shows" thein bjOW the Committee report**! fwraBd ub(y for aUojn used in Jet engine-
UH.u--r.crafi\.^ia.drel.t,vetn dlreetly from ,h, Coramilf*. ,f ^ of ttlrMtloo ,
the horizon. This artulclal bor-- wort. y^ iw^^^clu, C ovwconit,
son' as it is cuUwO,, ujc nu Answeruig anotner <(uastioa -4ad altftougb resennh work M
tiRporluiit .lok on tfie oi.na nj j]|uUl thn possibility uf the Unitel them Is at presenl being under
lng panol <****" **^________ Kingdom obtaining ppttiiahl. Udxen at Britoln's atonue enerr
Huppliee of meat fruin Colonial sUnoD at Harwell. IWkshlrt-.
idmltted to be
'Koii Sluytman'
Will lie Overhauled Ci
This 'artdlcul bor-- wort.
_ called, is tin
lock on the bLind II>
n the * tp'i
Until rocentiy, Uus gyroacopj'*
instrument was **ortl by an njr umrtXonea, Mr. "llopkmson said these problem are
lucliori pump. Even if tho PIV ,hl| t from m uw^ r|mi,,(, exUrn>.|y complear-e langv
bankod or illved. the gyro still bf#f ^^ Etmt AfrIeH Bnd som ;niprtrtant source of ore, with
kept its position m rel.ition to tne ITtuUon from the rslkland Istan.ls. commercial vihie running
horizon. The snag was that. |hcrf WJ|f no ^ .............,
manoeuvring for an attack, the uhU #1WB1 ,^ ,^rri
and
oiled the aircraft
ft
able from the territories.
- many millions of pounds, will tx*
vail.ible. Sinli high omcerrtxa-
"ln most terrltones there as a trationa of uranium
n v.Bi.uii. ui uiiioiuiti ..-. luis been
back, or cvyed steeply, ine gyro Urfp nnd g^win^ demand Tnr found In Nigeria ore very scaroc.
toppled, and it t'-iK ten im ea mr>al wh>.ch (s a, pr0Bept uniaUs- :'nd the size of the area SgaM(t*M
of level flying t" eitiN" (N). ImporU of careaga meat from "iay be tbe world's largest, reew-
KKilion. Another problem we* any M
it eombots in the let age tke ^^T
place very h gh up. where the air ^ ^^ fl
b too thin for an air-driven gyro lWck ^^ r^^^p^^ Mer. Their release is a challengr
U> work successfully. ________ Asked about j, possible cxpan- 'o The new Spcrry Gyro-Horlzoii slon of m-lw ,*; ^ Co|. industry to And a solution to -
M A :t. now Jilted to the lataal mieiti Mr Hopfcin*nn said malzo 'raet'on problems.
was almost enuxcly a pensonfl The reports outlint tiu* investi-
report
\,u:i..r problem vroi |imnv ^^ ^ Afnc.. would In "f "the deposits until'now "top
tiny case be jmpos'ible uwlnar to rret"fl gtven m
V.V? ^?n,"p:,WS. * the riak of Infecting our own Mve- by Dr. R. A. Mackav aod Mr. K K
B.A.P. lets, Is driven by electricity
whci repairs were bans carried "'' K '" '" '"'"". '' '_' "uo and moro (marling in il. aoll allona csrrlM oat hjr Or Alrnn
pilot can roll ihrntign 360 degrees M climatic ned than other Verier nirtalon at ta. Geologlri.i
or dle or pull up almon vertl- croB1 onre condition. wer *trvey of Britainunder the dl-
cally, without upWag th.- cvro .^inbic, howevw. r-jllivUM w.a ectkm of Dr. C. F. Devid^on. j
If. by some cxtmominary man- ^^g encouraged, primarily t'i co-rieratln with the Geological
oeuvre. the pilot doea auccc.-d n. ,, iocti ^fc. Survey ut Nijerui the Mine. De-
lopphng it. It can be corrected "rjevelopmcnt ol iiilt.bl" rtmant and the Kano proemcM
Instantly by prc Vo
ut his gyro right, and. If he div
fore dhe leaves the Island she srlll
be on cock for a general overhaul.
Timothy Van Sluytman also
brought six pieces of silver ball
\ wood. The wood will make spar-:
flshuv: boats which
are bein; erected at the ground*
; of the Fisheries Cdtlce
"This is only a very small pait
tant but thnt there were four
waVare ofTicers generaUy in hi. | Touch With Barbados
distr ci The emphasa a* on n , .,
the wrong thing. I am not at- Coastal Motion
tributine any particular blame ^"^f^1"1 *"Ii"' ^Bf^'uWH,*,lvi
for that, but T in s.iylnsj that u, foiLn uup< nunugh thMr BT*
This mean* the p-lot never has duction but apart frx-m thai _..
use up fii-1 hanging aboui tO laTgf cxpan,|on rould ^ ^ ',
the expense of f-ther crops" he
Jnto doud. he knows si t glance .j,, *** i"m ""*" *'"
of an outsUiuUraJ order,'- Mr. D. -which way up he is flying. ^2L-____________________ .
W. Wiles, Flshenn. Officer, told the Knowing which way up you are. After a moment's thought he con-
is not as easy as it sounds. There eluded they were the- right way
la an apocryphal storv of an air- up and he was upside downso ho
line pilot, flying between two tumed over. If he had had an
layers of cloud, who saw three electric horizon he might have
let fighters fly past upside down lived to tell the tale
treat lark of apselatlsb .nd it :*05^S%JZ$Z.?&&
would be i good thing to know l>. *. Arn*u. > m***.~i.
whether Her Mn)e>ty' Oovern- '- Dublin. . Sun Bov*r. ... v,
__. nm ,I-_j i -m .- gaa>.S-l F-iH*'>l Vtiviud-T < Cototnbi.
ment .-re seised, ns l am sup HaVik , cr-tn, .. Ah., Ai.
the'- ;.re. of the urgency of the ijm. > p-tac*. t-iiji sum1,
Problem and nr* doing soiaethln-- no^M^ee. ..Jj.* fa^.^
>unw>, ThMnltSokb. AHUM.
l-K.9, < iKdai n.. OarasH
YUKON HAS BRIGHT,
EXCITING FUTURE
about H"
T RESOURCE.S and Development Minteter fiattS t?|SE
i has forecast a "briffht and excitinR" futura mtraotior. could bo acuiev
Road Engineers
Needed In R.W.L
Racial Discrimination
Alleged In Canada
TORONTO, June.
NEC.ROES. especially those from the West Indies, arc
beintf denied entry Into Canada by the Federal Immigra-
tion Department, alines the Canadian National Cornrnittef
on Negro Citizenship, in Toronto.
Al'hoti'^h rider Rrilish liw all people fmm the West
iiiah subjects, they aic nm considered as such
under the Canadian Immigration Act. according to Mr
Dona'H M- on* chairman of the Committee.
la. s-. pn-nounred. he
declares, that high nVial* of the
ne|..irUri'-nt have been
Immlgmtlon In-
. gee trsst Weci Indians
It gM .1. r;y Into Canada. Since
IX>NDON Fasu r, he save. least 20
Rjoad gliglMI Ig*gt81 hei"' been detained
- -.ught in UM United Kingdom loi
.-ippelntmesiti in the West Indies. Mr. Moore fW that the aflnhder
It t under;l- t>- Is bei: i> ' -s iinpoeaibh'
-uitab!y--<1i"'ltiU'"- ' - -'"P' themselves 1 i
willing U. woH. in I he Wrst ln>< -.: I" tbe chani-.
.. -The rH*rmnee I I
For ai-rir Nim i then juj-t :,
been s vara*ey for r^ den: eti- ,i i. .^ tl)(l
?tneer ft*-- 9m HttmfnJsal Bire hardshlnr: i I Han rlima.e.,
Ughway H HHtlsh Hondtir.^ Those '*i are
hidh wi!' o.ikBoo-ingCiee* with .,thma ler, khan gfj injustice
Middlesex Alth. urh a salary of up t,.,, rro eltisen
:o 2.000 year i* ofi>red f .-le to hrlna in
viiort-ten" "pnoinunrrt the right relatives from abroad."
iaa Is s* 11 Ivelrg SOUCht fo: I n lared
job, i-ied tl-st rV.iUh s
Slnsilar -u-'led iPpotr.tr. ' I indies had bora able t-
vast in Trintdsd The Colonial sneer Canada in many ases only
Office In London Is se,'>rching, for afie- V -,g sad Cetoesalve legal :v-
iwo rse-i to design a:kd ui>ertse preH-n'attoas to tbe G\*ernmer.t
i 'f large road im-
proyemeoX schenasr and new roads. .t..-o than 11.500 before he wa
inrtuding bridge-, in :h->Co!oi.
axc.r. -m-VJt.
sums years it i
.nnv.ii that pyruchjore (_ ...
ontaining: uranium and niobium J
occurred in som* types of grunila
in Nigeria but it *.-.< not uut t i#*
UiUt mvesrUgauon of these granite
was started In order U- deternUm
their economir ImporUince. Thi
vork haa shown thai oaarly i'i
eras of ground arc underlain i
jyrochlore-bearinK granite. O)
jii.-iig metali worth (at prcsi
i*ricea) about CS in every urn of
" Tha extent of the deposit
.tlmid-d, at 700.000 tons of ora
/glued al 1. ts. m.) in every
foot of dossil.. Tfiera is a sound
specta'.on. bused on the geology.
that there should be at lan-t a few
undred feet of depth
ly mill-
ee-quartir
iieved, the
nperls calculata that a pla
caling with 3,000 tons of rock
OTTAWA
DEPUTY
H. A. Young
for the Yukon and Northwest territories.
Youn,; said In an interview thai great w<-ulth would .
cotM to th..- two sections of Canada thruogh exploitation ^.^1^ tyffl*/^ ^*f
of then rich natural resources. He predicted this would
take place in the not too distant future because rrsourt*
development is steadily moving north."
The deputy minister gave a a considerable meresksa la out*
broad review of the mineral and put, particularly when
power plant now beans; built by
the Northwest Territories Powar
Commission on the Msro Rreer
comes Into opereUon at tha end
of the year,'* Youn a said
oil prospects of the north coun-
try to back up his prediction of
a spectacular future for the two
areas.
The east and central portion*
J the mainland section of the
Northwest Territories, and
large part of the Arctic Islands.
He in the Canadian Shield, he
.;.id. Most of this area. lik<
other parts of the shield, (
l*elleved to be highly mineral-
ized.
Th? Maegenrie River vslle.
ii an extentlon of the central
plains of Canada, like the
southern parti of the plains, the
area in the north gives promise
of being rich in oil. In addition,
iie Cordillera ranges and their
flats lie In the western area of
the Northwest Territories and
i of uie Yukon, and
are rich In minerals.
In the Yukon, Young said, the
most famous mineral producers
are the placer gold creaks of
the Klondike which dill vleM
more than f2.7O0.0OO worth of
gold a year. However, the role
of loading producer now Is held
by the United Keno Hill Mines
a; Keno end Galena Hills,
which last year produced over
t6.800.000 In silver, lead and
zinc.
h year. The o i ii
Kann Province in Northern N'-
jiTia, 20 miles from, Uie Beu'hi
nulvay from Jos to Zaru>, and 10
fcg. niles from the Jos Plateau whero
w 'Vtrrity i available.
Much research has gone hit"
possib'i mifhodsi of recoverl'i |
uranium from sediments! v shales
aod lehijsphorites carryuig from
100 to 20O grama a sax So fsr as
is known ta* uranium Is more or
less unifunnlv distributed
throughout thesa sediments and
lisiolvuio; process will he nece -
ary to extraet It. This is likely
lfl be costly and in I0SO it sppear.
d th't this mnss could not '*
Young said the only oil field ^plo-teri. but subsequent rises In
presently produclna In the * ,^,,*, "* uranium and iwoblurn
Yukon is at NormS, WeUa lu J^^rj**** P ^ 'is
the Mackenzie basin. He .aid Jr^'^Jii ** *"*"
^..T^ !S?t n^^th^-aS wl11 - ni-lWe to aasea. the
annual output to meet thejjraat ,u f^nnomir potentialities of the
part of the petrul.-um neada of j.-^^,. whether oraHjraasrng
the Mscken/U' district. rescreh will solve the proNem-
"However, the vast wava of f rrnnomlrally extracting Ills
alion from Alberta Is melah from ores of this sort re.
Other mineral dsrveloprnamt i
wbaa good prospects an basing
undertaken In other areas of star
Yukon, particularly on the old
Cnnol Road near the Northwest
Territories border.
surging northward, and that, let
ngure of speech," Young aald.
"In the last eight months over
"i 500 000 acres of oil sad natu-
ral gas exploration permits have
i -BU.P
be
Ms
At present
reports, this type if
ecurrenre demands
research effort no less thsn thnt
liven to the l-w-grade sedimen-
tary tourcet.
If tha deposits are developed -
nay be possible to earn doli.r <
hy isles of uranium. Up to now
ihe main uranium deposits have
been found in the Iletglan Cong"
nd Canada, both hard euirenry
ourees. To buy uranium frw"
,_ lbr*e coirntries has coat gold Nnw
new Fish Harkat ts to be ,--, u -, rhnnee to art
A number of other cotnpan- erected Spcghlstown For th J*^. ',% "jSv "
lea are interested in this area, purpose Government will acquire f,. renorts r "The Alhlt,
and a. a re,ll of Ihelr aetM- rXr Ih. Lanrt AculullenAn R|JbeVh't-0r.*Ue, i? rfljer"
produetion from United Jtano at the liinctloci of Queen Street the RirbiyUte-OranlM. of
Hill. It look, u If than win be I nd Sand Street
Government Will Acquire
Land For New Market
WATER
COOLERS
3 & 4 Gallon Sizes
AT
THE CORNER STORE



It Mill \ !><>-. AIIMH VII
I KID.VY. JULY 4. \U1
M^ADJB^ ADVOCATE
frtaw r ik. \4.:,i. C.. LU InM i MUMn
Your London Report
Krid.iv. July 4. 1952
IMOWIMIMK
THK Idea rh.nl Barbados is so far behind
' of ti mwld that newcomers to
U (I hkuLm ly talk of putting the
cluck back twenty-five yean is widespread
among some English residents who know
My little about village life in Eng-
land.
If a Barbadian said to an English critic
that 4.000 villages in England were with-
out a sewerage system of any kind he
would probably be laughed at for weeks.
Hut that l| i\;uily what Dr. Garbett.
Archbishop of York said in Blackpool a
i_k:. aftx "The nation" said Dr.
Garbett "should sec that every village had
a proper water supply. Every house should
have its own bath with a supply of water.
The village pump was no longer sufficient."
If it is true that philosophy is bred of the
knowledge that other people's misfortunes
arm mm ferret r tjrceler ihuii yuur uo, then
the standpipe community of Barbados
should draw comfort from the plight of so
many Enphsh village dwellers.
Particularly since they seem to enjoy
| rwtec recreational facilities than many
Englisn dwellers. "It was astonishing"
said Dr. Garbett "how many villages had
no playing field." And there were still
many flllagaa without the hall which
should be the centre of community life.
Because conditions in English villages
can be so described by a high dignitary of
the Anglican Church in mid-summer 1952
does not mean that conditions in England
are so gloomy that the standards of living
are fallini- to that piieously low level which
followed the withdraw*! of Roman civilisa-
tion from that ancient country. Raihei
should the absence of modern conveniences
in the villages of the motherland of the
greatest Empire in history be a warning
io thnt-e misguided persons who continue
to spread propaganda which blames every-
one but themselves for the conditions of
misery and low living standards still every-
where to be found in Barbados.
Even with thousands of years start over
Barbados, conditions in English villages as
described by the Archbishop of York are |
so bad that 4,000 of them are without a
sewerage system of any kind.
Ought we not then in Barbados to take
a longer view and not strain our eyes
myopically looking for the motes of others
during our short history of 325 years, but
broaden our horizon to recognise the sur-
prisingly high standards which this island
has attained over the last effective 100
years, during which the transition from
slavery to free society has been taking
place. If only the broad historical view
Instead of the narrow prejudiced and un-
informed view could be taken of social
ach\ities in Barbados the long painful road
ahead to achieve a better society could be
much smoothed over.
It is a great pity that by the lime tins
lesson has been learnt by visiting critics
their stay in the island has ended and they
have left behind them disciples to spread
their superficial impressions.
Only by building and improving on the
social services which exist will the speed
q( Barbadian prograaa to a better life be
increased.
LONDON
Some ul us are never happj,
The City bemoans tailing nucM
market prices, the gnat
-iid rayon Industrie* an
middle ot a severe recession and
commodity speculators have had
tln-ir llnger\ badly burned ->
result of the recent *|ide in
vataai
But the rank and file of ut a;
home are not too depressed. For
the first time since the war end-
ed, we can go shopping now-
adays and feel that prices are
becoming reasonable. Arm peo-
ple like stockbrokers and shop
assistants are becoming extra
helpful now thai business i* not
so good.
"Bargains" are appearing ,.:
all the big stores, and many are
bargains indeed compared with
the prices charged a year ago.
Due to foreign countries re-
stricting their imports, produc-
ers are trying to dispose of
their goods on the home mark"t
;is they have lilUe room to store
them. Cotton* and woollens
have fallen as much as forty per
cent over the last twelve
month*. Some types of carpeS
are down by thirty per n-i.t.
Luxury items of all kinds, in-
cluding fancy plw -i IjiIh~'
lingerie, arc cut by no leas than
fifty per cent. Secondhand
motorcar dealer* will hardly
talk terms. With enough un-
saleable curs on their hands al-
ready, they think price, will
plump further. Secondhand fill -
niture dealers say they find few
buyers. Once again patterned
and coloured chinuware is ap-
pearing In the shops, and house-
wives, accustomed for years .o
buying plnln white china be-
cause the coloured sela were t<
export only, can scarcely be-
lieve their eyes. But shopkeep-
ers report that people are in no
hurry to buy.
Are we moving toward* ;i
slump? No. say those who
should know. Included among*!
them Is the chairman of the
great Imperial Chemical Indus-
trial combine. Mr. John Rogem.
who asserted recently ihat he
did n"t tee !( general depression
ahead for British Industry. The
IfUdat) about finding raw
ru>terlaln had changed to
.ibout finding adequate
ir.irketB at home and abroad for
-It.- country's industrial output
The prohlem is world-wide, as-
sured Mr. Rogers and "it Is dlfn-
< ult to interpret these signs as
I.. \ tilth an Jon.s
foreshadowing a ffSMtai depres-
sion."
There U another side, how-
ever, to these railing price!
Whitehall is con erned at the
liosa pawl in w.irld mai-
kets for the raw m.ii< |
duced by th.'
milliona. whose standards of liv-
ing depend on MM rafcttof rub-
ber, lead, sine, copper, wool,
sisal, jute and the rest.
Questions are hcing asked in
PartlaasMAt about iiie possibility
of holding -r.
wealth Conference shortly, and
now It u hoped by many that
such, a conference may take place
in London befoie the end of the
year. Even if the Prime Minis-
ters are unable to attend because
of pressure of business ut home.
It Is hoped that they will send
representatives. Commonwealth
trade matters would come high
on their agenda, although all OUt-
standlng allairs would be review-
ed. The Commonwealth iTnaiMi
Mi-nsters do not meet till next
Jaj-uary, though thi-y wouM Iww
..pi-.i-Liniu to, talkl when they
g,.Uicr in Mexico next autumn
paaattni 11 Ihe Interna-
tional Beak.
Wliai a t9 ''
\istting England, u
the many I
Community \nU>
Cnllery of the HOU*
this week teAped
n sat lepie-
iil non wealth
lemindcr of
watnprtai the
td. Puntto
ol C......i.....i
levin mem-
bers of the Niueiidn Olympic
team, all wearing their grass
laaatS, They listened at-
tentively to Mr. Oliver I.vtt.-U.m
speaking on the <" <
proposals for an African Feder-
ation, and learned llrarhand- ot
the Interest that Member* lake
in CommonweuUh affairs.
Also, this week at lrd. tra-
ditional stronghold of the Old
School Tie Brigade
many splashes of colour amongst
tii<- spectator watching the sec-
ond Test match against India.
They included the many-shaded
saris worn by Indian women
cileket enthusiasts and the lur-
tans of bearded Sikhs. At Ascot,
loo, tlie bright garments of vfc.lt-
oia'rrom Africa and the Orient, than 20 million tru
vied with the latest erection*" nearly 100 million
debutantes^
ttMM
..: roo
And a little highlight ' :.'' necessaiy"
news that the Ministry Of FooiBJ public.
i .' jfraiited a p~ei.il ullowan..-
of two cheep to Zahur Ahmad
Hajwa. Imam of the l-ondon
Mrsque. f.r the fee t of Eid-ul-
FHr which marts the end of the
Moslem Fast of Ram* piles of net hae also been
. d and 250 of London'r.
15.000 Moslems will sit down to
a curry lunch In a marque-'
erected In the gai'ten adjoining
the Moaque.
*
The headmaster* of schools
are well placed to judge tho
effect- on children resulting
from the dlvoice of tlieir
parents. Now the Headmasters'
Conference, which comprises tho
heads of two hundred public
school*, have Jiist submitted
their evidence to the Royal
Commission on Marriage and
Divorce. They have pronouced
their verdict; in the interests of
the children, they are unreserv-
edly opposed to making divorce
easier.
The subject, complex in the
extreme, is a perpetual case for
debate. Why do a man and a
woman who wcat happily mtu
marriage, come U- hate the mere
presence of each hu'.' Sa> s one
of the people wl swdk
'Mngs, "How nltrTi It is that one
ofbar of the. -i.tinues to
.ok onwards anfl cannot develop
and be satlxficd with what ho
or she alicady has?"
Vatttora from abroad, buying
Coronation souvenirs next year,
arc unlikely to be fobbed off with
articles made In Japan. Import
of these will be banned by the
Board of Trade, for Brltisn n.ms
feel that it is their own preroga-
tive to make them.
Cheapest souver.ir one firm is
making will cost only a p*"i.y.
Krxim July 1, we must pay
more for our telephones. Rental
for s business telephone in Lon-
don goer, up from <8 3'. W. to
fl) a year, private telephones
from r.5 19s 7d. to 8. All this la
necessary says the Post Office,
because of rising costs. ItuwCVeT,
Government department'^ do not
have to pay anything for their
calls and nearly one telephone in
live throughout fln> country Is
used by civil servant*. Bvcrj
year the Ministers make moie
k calls and
local calls.
-..u- imUj
the British
sjtki
Our Readers ay
Hirlh Contrttl
The Editor. The Aduocate
II 14.11 WAV 4; AIIIII \S
SIR,The advocates of Birth
Control seem to have pushed it
on the shelf for a more conven-
ient leason, when they will
BKuiii take It down and Infuse
new life Into it. I wish that these
paopsf would stop talking and
get down to tho real root of the
tiuublc. Something can bo dono
to help thuse poor unfortunate
people who to my mind are
some uf the best people in the
world, but who remind me of
sheep without a shepherd.
No scientific method Is going
.y help. It will be like
bailing the air with a stick.
raonlc are not machines, but
human beings. What wo want
la a change of heart amongst ttiu
more fortunate people of this
Island. We want to atop passing
the oilier fellow on the other
side, and to put Into practice
what the best man who ever
lived said to tho people when
they asked him about the
araaiaal Commandment. He said
io I've the Lord thy God with
all thy Soul, mind and heart, and
thy neighbour as thyself." That
|l our trouble. Wo inisinterpre*
who is our neighbour. We soy.
the nan who can invite us to
tea. '." play a game, o' Bridge or
who can stand a round of drinkn
he la our neighbour. The ex-
I.Icimc of the social barrier
needs to be removed and all the
snobbery brought to an end.
Until Uus is done, this place in
Mipposed to become worse.
There must be the necessity to
IBS Horticultural Society earlier this f add to the police force, employ
year lovers when they staged a flower and
vegetable exhibition at the Drill Hall.
II is to be hoped that the Society will
stage another exhibition this year, and that
many more will follow in future years.
But although these activities of the
ihiliniltural Society are excellent and
worthy of commendation somehow there
teems to be a great gulf between those who
exhibit flowers at the Horticultural
Society's Exhibition and the tenders of
small llower gardens which surround many
humble homes along the island's highways.
The small gardener whose love of flowers
result-- in ihe beautifying of the Island's
i uctant to join the Horticul-
tural Sodaty even though the modest an-
imal Mibscnption could probably be spared.
The Horticultural Society on the other
hand cannot go into the highways and
membership from the owner* of at-
tractive gardens.
How then is the cult of the small high-
IfHan to be spread? By the arrang-
i itions. The Barbados Hotel
i ion could offer prizes tor the best
pJtj itiaal <[ gardens and the be
in the City St i
This lead on the part of the Barbados
Hotel Association might encourage the
taxi-drivers aaaoclatlon t" offer similar
prizes f-i COUTltry gaiden.s.
Beauty is a delicate plant and needs en-
couragement if it is to grow Io maturity.
Whether these Itlggaatiooi are followed or
not, the prh I whose labour
enhances the island's attractions deserve
public thanks and appreciation.
f\Yr7iA'
To The Ediior. The Advoeate
SIR,Further t" Ihe article n
cycling in your paper of 29th.
June. I would like to state that
in my orlglnul letter 1 did not
set out to discourage the local
racing cyclist, but to point cut
that they are quite a lot of peo-
ple in Barbados who think thee
know nil there is to know about
evele racing, and In fact, they
know nothing at all about the
game.
The points 1 raised in my
letter were intended for these
people and not for those racing
cyclists who I am sure, are quite
familiar with them.
If the judges and other offic-
ials of the A.A.A.B. knew more
about cycle racing In it* various
forms, that bit of trouble would
not have happened in the last
Intercolonial meeting. Grant was
disqualified because these offtc-
Jal.% thought that what was done
was dangerous both lo other
riders and his own health. In
long massed start races which
ire akin to the Barbadian typo
of track racing, riders are;,
handed up small haversacks con-
taining sandwiches etc. Bolllegj
containing cold drinks are alsofl
handed up. The point at whlchU
these drinks and food are handed"
up, is decided by the individual
rider.
If there is a rule which -Stales
thut nothing Is to be handed a
rider during a race, il is about
time that this rule lie caster
ft rgolten or rcmoM'd front the
book
In France, where cycling Is
more QT less the national sport,
the Tour-dc-France Is more
highly organised than the Olym-
pics. This race is approximately
tune thousand miles and covert
a period of twenty one day*
riding with three rest days.
This race starts outside Paris,
comes Into Paris and then vin
Belgium, the north SWl we*t
coast of France into Northern
Spain. From here it continues
along Ihe Mediterranean coast.
through the Alp- into Italy and
Switzerland and then back to
Paris for the final stage where it
ends in the fumous Parr-de-
Pruxes track. About a hundred
riders usually start, but due to
crashes and various mishaps,
about seventy live per cent ot
the riders finish.
I would like to make a cor-
rection In my letter. It was the
Tour-de-France 1951 as the 1952
Tour has not been ridden yet.
It usually starts about the
middle of July and continues In-
to August.
As one who Is interested In
cycling in its various forms. 1
would like to set more publicity
given 1 cycling.
NEV1LIJ. F. SMITH
police magistrates, and
build more court houses, more
jails, bigger almshouses and
many more maternity hospitals,
where teen-agers become moth-
ers and everybody* make a joke
of it and aay to teach them how
to use contraceptives, when wo
riave the real remedy and that Is
to love them as we love our-
selves, and stop being selfish and
insular, l-et us try raising their
social standard, and teach them
how they should conduct their
affairs They are willing to
learn. Let every mon and
woman realise that he or she
is his or her brother's keeper.
I^t us call upon the church.
which has been asleep for aces,
or to put It stronger, has become*
dead to its responsibility. In
the days that are passed the
priest or parson knew each boy
and girl in his district, lie
would always drop around an I
v. as highly respected. But con-
ditions have changed, and the
people will only sec him if the} Thr tiotfrniHr-nl Err* Afiain
*, to church or see him passing ,-0 (J|, Mi[or The Mvocate:
In his car. and his time he siRThe Government pmm-
hardly speak*. Also let us coll ^ ^ wouM 1)uk# en,,^.,.
upon the teachers who
ly i-ecporoible for the moulding
of the character of the youth.
1 Mippoae this is a modem
age. I must confess that there
are some In our midst who have
made nn effort in some smill
way to help, for which we shall
always be grateful, but these
good people have not even
touchSa the fringe. Altogether
t am oenvuieed that this Island
pan be aaved. There is lm-
tor Improvement.
but not by introducing Birth
Control.
Thanking you,
1 am,
Respectfully youn,
IVAHCV -V SCOTT.
1st July, 1952.
non one of its priory* considera-
t'ons. Hundreds of unemployed
are awaiting this promise. Has
this promise been forgotten*
A few weeks ago. six hundred
men were wanted tor the U.S.A.
(This Is a poor fraction of the
thousands of unemployed) Over
two thousand men were called
up from all parts of the Island
unnecessary bus fare
and a loss of time to be told
that they are on reser\ i
men- including myself, were
led and Blood tested.
Such measures should not bo
taken if a desirous emigrant is
to be sent home again and again
on fair promises. This is my
second reservation.
A good friend of mine ano is
still unemployed was told by
one "f tlie labour representatives
that he is not a labourer and
was asked to leave the park.
May 1 ask ... b emigration for
Ihe unemployed or just a certain
type.
I hope the Government will
stop this foolery and do some-
thing to help the suffering
masses. If it Is a Labour Gov-
ernment, then help the Labour-
er, unemployed in general. Re-
member! Elections will come
flgaln- ROGO
Thr T*achen
To The Cdifor, The Advocate
SIR,I hope I am not poach-
ing on J.Kit's Preserves, but
now that the Searchlight is being
focussed on things educational
would you allow me spare in
your paper to draw to the atten-
tion of the powers that be on in-
justice being carried out in the
Dementary teaching service.
It seems to be a closely guard-
ed secret by whom and on whit
basis selection for training at
Erdiston is made.
If the ftim of the selectors li
to breed dU-satisfaction and dls-
I content in the service, then they
I are meeting with a fair measure-
of success; if this is not the aim
then all Is not well.
Year after year. Junior teach-
ers elected for training at the ex-
pense of those who have given
many years of failhful service
and arc now at one or other of
the many bars with which this
service abounds.
Are these injured teacherj.
some of whom have been apply-
ing for entry from the opening of
the College, expected to go on
giving faithful and satisfactory
service when in year they be-
come the Juniors of their Juniors.
This is only one of the many
wrongs which afflict Elementnrv
MttenMon in Barbados.
I heartily subscribe to J.E.n.'s
UgjeallUN for an inquiry into
matters EducaUonnl in Barba-
dos.
CURIOUS.
Grimml Provition*
To The Editor, The Adpocafc.
SIR.The public welcome Ihe
new, that the Agriculture
ooclety are considering the ques-
tion of forming a Co-Operatlvc
Society in connection with the
sale and handling of ground
provisions, as during the past
two re in. the public have found
It very difficult to obtain yams,
eddoes and sweet potatoes in
spite of the Government order-
.ng that n certain area or everv
plantation and peasant's land
slnll lv planted to produce the
food for the inhabitant-.
The Government were W in
making such an order but they
have failed in three ways, ftrsl
they have not seen to i. (hat UV
entire area so ordered to be act
ai*le has been planted and sec-
ondly they have not provide,! a
remunerative price to the grow-
er!, thirdly, where the yield
has produced a greater quantity
than wi* anticipated the grown
has not been allowed to ship the
surplus to the neighbouring
Islands, the excess has been
allowed to remain In the ground
Bnd rut away. This has been d'S-
henrtening to both planter and
labourer. When we consider that
British Guisno ships us a verv
large quantity of rice, we should
1 Bend* lo ship to British Gui-
ana and Trinidad earl
amount of our ground provision
which the* -itiiv no)
Tlie public will watch with in-
terest and hope that tt> I
.ndowncr and Libour-
eo-operatp in producim;
:i full share of ground i
for the Inhabitants of the Island.
V
HOUSEW11L.
LISTEN TO TIIE ECHO OF
THE GUNS
A Rancher Confesses To Wild
VVes. Hold-up
By R. M. MacCOLL
WASHINGTON.
OUT in Wyoming, life proves stranger
than a tilir. scenario.
For suddenly there sounds a dramatic
echo of the Old West, of bad men, the hoof-
boats uf sheriffs' posses.
Sixty-three-year-old Frank Taylor, a
wealthy rancher in eastern Montana and
known as a model of rectitude, goes to John
Bonner. Governor of Montana, and confesses
that he is really Charles Whitney, former
member of the "Hoi- -;n-the-wall gang
which held up a bank in Cokeville, Wyom-
ing, in 1911, and then galloped off.
And why did Whitney, alias Taylor, de-
cide to come clean all these years later?
Becau.*c o;ily a few months ago his broth-
er, also a member of the gang, died a natural
death in British Columbia.
And while "Frank Taylor" was admittedly
I a robber, the brother was "wanted" for the
murder of a train conductor in another
hold-up.

Governor Bonner advises Wh'tney to go
to Wyoming and tell his story to Governor
Frank Barrett. And he sends a personal mes-
sage to his fellow governor asking "the
utmost leniency and clemency for Mr. Whit-
ney, whose residence in this State has never
been marred by even a minor offence."
Governor Barrett suggests that he plead
guilty to the 40-year-old crime. A sympathe-
tic judge puts him on five years probation.
And Whitney is free to resume his respected
career a* a Montana stockman.
For. in this modern era of million-dollar
hold-ups, it is a reminder of how times have
changed that the loot from that "great"
bank robbery in the distant days of 1911
amounted to just 600 dollarsworth 125
then and 214 now.
Marilyn Monroe is to star in "Niagara."
Quips Hollywood columnist Hedda Hopper:
"The Niagara Falls will have a strictly sup-
porting role.'" Marilyn, you will recall, was
one of the hits in "All About Eve."
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Cartel has become a word that makes
many Americans turn pale and shudder. It
conjures up visions of huge business con-
cerns plotting to divide up trade unfairly
and to the detriment of their smaller com-
petitors and the public alike.
Now Senator Thomas Hennings, Missouri
Democrat, formally asks that the Justice
Department and the Senate itself immedi-
ately investigate one of the "greatest cartels
yet."
He charges that President Truman has
clamped the lid on an "explosive" 900-page
report submitted to him by the Federal
Trade Commission, which says that Ameri-
can, British, and Dutch interests have ar-
ranged among themselves "to divide the
oil reserves of the Middle East and to fix
prices."
In Durham, North Carolina, Mrs. Tern-
Ewing had come to the end of her slender
resources, spending money on detectives'
Faaa trying to trace her missing husband.
A friend urged her to watch a boxin;;
match in Madison Square Garden on TV,
suggesting "it will take your mind off your
troubles." The TV camera swung into the
audience at one pointand there was the
missing Mr. E. selling soft drinks to the box-
ing fans.
Mrs. Ewing has asked the police to inves-
.i [ata
In the massive Radio City Music Hall of
\*cw York. "Where's Charley?" opens this
week. This is the musical version of our old
friend "Charley's Aunt." In it, Ray Bolger
epeats the inspired performance that made
I a smash hit on Broadway a couple of seasons
back.
Shy Millionaire Lavere Rediield. whose
home in Reno, Nevada, was looted of
535,000 not long ago, is arrested in Califor-
nia for failing to answer a subpoena direct-
ing him to give evidence against two women
suspects.
He refuses to find the 17.000 bali asked
for"although I could raise it in a moment
if I wanted to"and stays in a San Francisco
jail rather than face the photographers out-
side.
But to-day he grows tired of sharing a cell
with a man accused of receiving some of the
:tolen money, decides tu find bailand faces
the photographers.
Fred Lounsberry. a programme director
for a big broadcasting studio in northern
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too much art." He says that the immortal
l'pe: "Id go insane without my cane," in a
song entitled "My Walking Stick" which
Irving Berlin wrote years ago. epitomises
the "gaiety, goofiness, and abandon which
wo are in danger of losing in our musical
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Judge George Neilson describes Washing-
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IHWAY. JULY I. IU
BARB.VDUS ADVIK ATE
PARE FIVE
Judgment Awarded to Barrister-at-Law
President Reviews One
Year's Work Of Y.W.C.A.
.Malik Vetoes Investigation
Of Germ War Charges
BEFORE GIVING JUDGMENT lot Mr. Lorenzo Wil-
liams. M.C.P., Barribter-at-Lnw, in Ihe Assistant Court of
Appeal, Original Jurisdiction yesterday, in a case in which
Waft Inez Spencer of Checker Hall, claimed 50 damages
from him on the ground that he had assaulted and beaten
her on December 12 last year. His Honour Mr. J. W. B.
Chenery said that he was not forgetful of the heat and
excitement cf the political battle at the time.
"While I cannot forget thil in with him and was with him until
the heal and sac Hawaii! cf the well over an hour after it had
political battle a candidate might occurred. And that came In con-
do thing* which he might subs:- trtdiclion of Bishop's testimony
quenily regret or in h i heated which itself was regarded as un-
momen's rcfram from doinu
In this case thire is nothing to "So if 'hey datmatflW 'he ImU-
suggest that the t-vicfcnro given mony of Gibb and Bishop, they
hy the defendant is not s. true, were lift with tin- evidence of In*
honest and straight-forward at- plaintiff and the defendant. The
count of what actually took place," case stood or fell by the ihgree
His Honour said, of credibility which the court (ell
The case had been heard at c it could ailaen to the witnessts,
date and yesterday th? always remembering that the
decision was gh rrm ttill Mr. Williams was represented While 1 cannot forget that in
by Mr. E. W. Harrow. Cmnsel lor the heal and excitement of h.
Mi*s Spencer was Mr. G i*. Nilcs. politic-. 1 battle a cauxttd|1
Evidence Reviewed o things which he misht
Reviewing Ihe evidence. His quviitly regret ur in leai heated
Honour said thai Miss Speucer mumc-its refrain frcm doing, pat,
had said lhal about 0 to D.3ti pm. '" ds case hre l nothing lo
en the night wh:ch the al.egert *?.*' that the cviucnce given
olTencc occurred, she was at by the defendant UnwU
Checker Hall corner where a Uue. hunest and sU-.ught-for.vyrd
political meeling was to be staged account of what actually torh
by what shi called the Conaerva- PAN. ,_
live tarty, and subsequently loud Antl not nnd inat in this
n-eakcrs making what Labour nclsc drove up. rWfltt the conclusion thai ho
Soon after she geld Mr. Wil- did In this particular matter m-
liams came up in a car, got out of dulgc In the conduct reputed I,
it and hold her by the rhoulder. him by the plaintiff. Taking th-.'
V.LK PRODUCERS are gas, gwggllflf ord from the
Government rej,""it;g i ..l.ei native proposals submitted bv
than in eaausi Mitral Milk
.
Thew u.-.urnauve piopotayh prepared i> j com
tn subtnltteu
BOUm ago. They are still being sttafaV
I
The original proposals *-hkh had been prepared and sub-
mitted to Government by a Committee on.;- i.-vd of Govern-
ment Agricultural Officers. Mil''. Producers and members of
lhe House of Assembly, were r M Producers
as being impra.-ticoi aadM Iba INK
FoUi-. ha Gov-
ernor, the Miik PMdueti gejveed lo eta
poeaU. and a Committee was get
Tin- w iiOgata n-.ajority
of the Milk Producers an to.
establishment i>( the Central D*pot and Cre*
Replying lo a question by die Hon. Mr. V C Gale in lite
Legislative Council a M*f wee i
Secretary said that the cost of the s.hcmc had now risen to
$B0.(HH) instead of $80,000 as was eathliated
mentaiii n of the ,.1'rnative plans would >
$50,000 more than they originally planned,
Mr bOWtJVCff assured the Hon. Mr Oala lhat the scheme
had not been forgotten, but was among a list of other matters
lor serious consideration.
MING the First Annual EUport ut thd V um "" pate t 'm?,!i/
, the Annual Gc .
ol tint OrganigatiOCi n the JUth June, tne Frcei- lhe unified command to- K >r- Korej ani Hrd Chin.i
A. j fj boon i During the vear undei .th d-bate *i unjnoved and still
-he Association has been -egret that ihe i trlng d.raugh hii ban ran-
ol -UrSln a* *-J ^SJl
UWllM Lkv.rnU-i. 1961, ralsMf
. mam with il* of lhe Attocmlion. *
, ..j,. the .'...
Work -id to reraambei the! <" "
In'. ...dies has n U ijughoui
i it* and warned
.hat Li: I Nal lid use the veto a^ain lo
igaging i'domI.
lug a :u vol.omc to Work and to remember ttr
i*W.CA BY
o-.^ure' Ihe ao.i- SERVE ONE ANOTHER
CA-r or
C ' '
are in record inn U

sleeptat i
Ukt I i 'l as local
lhe Finances of Um A -
pointa chii that "lhe lUtUted
. .
to the Sl-t Deeem-
I .... l*er show a ercdil b;]liue n'
v S1.S67.03.
for Dnna- The Preirieiit Anally !
mrrnbem lo pay .illniMt n H
ml to I mhgHptiona as Kti of tt
to b
i .. V gf I
Y be mi rtwad gad rti at
...
din Hi'
: :


dear re-
.... ,,..
draft reso-
bi the lutsna connected with the use of
i . c a p o n s by
Nominal Kt til
If ill Is Best
Athlete In
Aruba Sports
tsttpectton Parade
To Be Beld On
Julv 12
KUCAR l.OADF.D
INTO CEIRULO"
=&' i&Xrsismv&3%!*4gt&Z'i
plaintiff has ui -* _"--]
to keep out of his htulneaa. Sho case and Judgment Is given lo the y_rib!.?:
was cut on lhe lefi sidu- of her defendant.
mouth
At lhe lime, "he added, *he h-*l
taken up two stone*, but had been Af\l |o*|XP< Ki R
penuaded no' lo use them. 1U fl^MlsS rUI\
h,. SSSS ^J^aSouS FAtLTY^"EIGHT-S
James Cibbs and Jason Bishop.
Is duo to urrive In Bsrba.
.. uo, hunly on a lour of Inspection
nllv >v?,do 1 U . "' "" ,roo"s '" 'h utand-
S^hy'-f" tE rn^sl 'SSffidSS *' I'i Pondcof Ih.
..Ihlolo m UM 12Ih annual Queen', ">""1 troop" will be held on
Birthday Olympiad held at thu fJfiSK fjtj? J "'", Th.*
U.JO Sports Park. Aruba. He w lOhejtsml (or this parade wlU tmk*
presented with the award bv Mr. blaee at the Garrison on Thursday
O. S. Mlngus. Lago General Man- July 10. at 5 p.m.
ager.
Mr. Hill was srle.Med the most P..1... T n m j
outstanding athlete of Hie Olym- Lllegales lo DC Named
9ad when in lhe (Ivo ecntj in F0r Fats And Oms Talks
Inch he rompote.1. he cirrlt^l ., A,,,lu,.a ^m^-i-
olt three Mrs, ; Ih iu fl^TS
ol
OKI ig nnuu, -tigio- T' ' n.h activity on the
tiaa oi man bu..u- .Lrfi^rl y"*X.." lS^Z
ined and toaaed baa of augiu
^....... .rM*ing taken loth. Norwegian
Brigadier A. C. F. Jackson, loan o( IWnitUra Wltneut sriUca ***?** q**"*
Conunande. -f the Cibbean Area m* OMlW B 'fur rre-Ucm re^U.d the Jhe Oeinito 1. now being l.*ded
vtaU pud U, uie "V b Mis. *'d./V'H hags -u.ar
gJaussar Fretsrh. an Cseeallve nun heotis of mol
iMgeetef 0:1 Uir hUlT of Ihr
Huim. ,.\V.l A. lieiMKiua.-
left la C*neTa, and aald "we
Me grateful la her for all Die
anji%1ai.ee and advice given at
tune when il * moal nerd-
5.161 I'm*.
.1 ii!- Bay ii
and 9
i-hlch lh
ill take to Montreal. Cuniul i ^li
t expected to have on Saturday
I Croat* baa hi armed forces against
Unit i of So* alk People** EUputdie
i and that Chinese Peoplea'
* can be debated let
..is.-.1
. itrcfcntativ i of both
i>>m arranging for aucfa tWl hat rnn the posi-
uvaatljjatl U of Um
if bfartcaung ai t i
MCh false Mtion in
: reaaea lhe tanaion among lhe'future.'*U.F
ions and which is deslgi
undermine lhe eft. i *
' uted Nations lo combat aggres-
. i in Korea and the >..
Ota people of the world
I: (Iain's .Sir Oladw
".eluding thu delude on lhe
ra ktican proposal, appealed lo
a.ilik to abstain In U
ithar than using Iha veto to p' >-
"kv a grave situation.
\: ia a'
ivaafc he would not parlicipale u>
LOG ADRIFt-
A log hit baeo slgliled
drifting i*t latimge 10 IS ds-
graea north and lcngUtt.de
M. IS degrees west. Ship- arc
asked to be on tbe lookout
for this log which could be
dngcrons to navigation.
Thi massage was received
by the Harbour Master.
"Daerwood's" Cngines
Now Being Checked
but lhe testimonies of these wit- I \J1 >i asK | I outsianduig athlete of ihe Olvm- Weiegaies lo bo Named Her Report showed tfaa
ncsics wer; so i.ianl'lly full o: *i,J-* ,JW*UI' Mad when In the five events in For Fats And Q'ls Talki n> inberdiip ol the Y" is U!
conlradiclion. both Inher tit wclal,., ilhich he rompeted. he carried ., -.,, ,.,, Al..llfUa rtmai.. ....."<" ,18 ^H "embers, and
.-nd eontradiction to the plaintiffs w25hSJS 11 s Wofshm Mr ol1 *""> nrsU- V** "** '" the mlv iw. te rltort^toTuun? '" ^"liP*-,">" wilh hc Organ.sed
out. testimony, that no COUrt *> 'Z'* vAteu.v and in^ a"oth" and third In lhe other. JJJ MiJauL end advlaer^tl^tte U'*" ponsored by Ihe A
Uu. the cMdcnce he has fc.vcn. Apri, J0 Qnc 12 dramj Ug^t> ^ Barbaans B-luilont ^^ A ,.-., rt. k. "In this connection,"
ni-icnssion Aside ".c *? 22* l3l ^e }* and the ln fflli 1ornw ot Rports. 'ncludlmi rhculd be conunuJd. and If go. foi ,h "I"*1 aialea "Ihankj mu-i
.k a tk-v .. h.a - dtoe. fonlblll, .,,, >,,,.,.. ;t. which h, wna. j^,^, ]ltld ^Vlial terms. A- Vaugl
re ure four inoto:
,-.,*d In the Cansenage Theex
lhe Caiibbee, Willemstatl, Blw
Star and Daerwood itoth Ihe t*ar-
iIiIhm. ,.n I Willrmtlail live Ju-
come qg| the dock from a genera
under review the work The Daerwofsd whleh arrived ii
Cnlile Bay on Jun-28 is now
having its engine! 4*ierked hut sin
u not Rdng on Lha d c* Boa
, gpaetad to laavi o July 6.
He said lhal Mr. William I t?.T Dtot not
ivtn evidence himself tnd had "^niTothe?"
other 4. They also had one defec-
tighi i
when he got out ol Ihr en, he who wcre oUo tound , , nol
had gone up to the plalntiR and sca, and y^tfa uai 1o .* .
Department.
,, was outstanding. He also played
The other was against Harold at cenlre forward for Everton.
5 Proverbs & Co.. of High Street H now engaged with the
Oil and Transport Company
Aruba in the r Electrical
atandard. A scale poise was one
ounce light and three two-pound
weights were each three drams
light.
Selbert Forester of the Pino
Housing Scheme was yesterday
fined IS/- to be pad in 14 da>
month's bn.prbjorunaot. by ^ rtcfj||Jt
||
C I' Stt-ute. Mi-. H. (JrlnV.i
Mrs N Uaffna, who took
_. and Mrs Dangerous ttuoy * **%* 2si*" Th" n':,'or,,
*^ * at.|v "We would appreciate if
old her to go aside lhat he wame
to discuss something with her.
They moved away a lew teat
from lhe car and afUr roCarrUsg
her to the allegation^
she had made nboul him and his
family, he told her lhat while it
was a.democratic country, she s'.U
could not do as she liked and,
should endeavour to keep
lections clean.
Soon after, Mr.
said, he heard her screaming
that he had struck her ln htr days or ln default one month's
Sice and weni to pick up (WO imprisonmenl. was yesterday Im- Neville Larrler. a driver of St.
atones posed on Darnell Yearwood. a Martins. St l'i..li(., v. ,. i
He called lo support him a wit- conductor of Branchbury. St. *0 by the same Pol'ce Mac-"-
ncas. lachmasi, whDM evidence Joseph, by tho same Magistrate. Irr.te. He was found guilty of
was chiefly valuable for the light when he was found guilty of over- failing lo draw up as close an
11 Ihrew on lhe teMimony of_ Jaiym loading the bus G94 which he possible to the side of Bay Street
Bishop who Jackman claimed was conducing while going along on May 16 so as to allow a clear
was at lhe lime of lhe lucid i Neils Hood on May 7. roadway for pass ng traffic.
HutMi.i Howard of Stuart Hill.
St. John, another conductor, was
also fined for overloading. He waa
7" fined 20. lo be paid in lit,
,., !n default a month's Imprison-
Williams had MdXttjfcS A^ffS
A flW MM/-to be paid in 14 Ig drtv'" nlo" ""tv*
The Itatbour Master yaatar-
d.iy received a Ulegram from
Ihe Harbour Master of Trini-
dad notifying him about the
mooring of on unlighted buoy
which could bo daugerouH to
Kbips in the area.
The messagx read: "V> I b)
within the Oulf of Paris are
noil fi.it that an unllgbud
yellow mid whlto buoy illlcd
with a square slisped radar re-
flector, lopmark spar and yel-
low and black strip**, has been
moored In latitude in degree-a,
DO ntliiutei north, longitude
51 degroes, ol mlnufs, 35 sec
on4s wmt "rlthin the bombing
ad strafing range sign.
Ships are ashed lo be on the
look-out
Negligence Of Driver Not Proved
Because Kenneth Bcsl of Round was given. Mr. E. W. Barrow, have proved his case. It would proof of negligence on Ihe part
The Tow.i. St. Peter, failed l nstrueted by Mr. D. L*o Sargeanl have been sufncier-t to say that of lhe defendant lie-cause, too. aa
prove thai Arlington Savoury, a appeared for the defendants. jhe accident occurred and the h.-^lnuLs. the defendant was do-
driver of Peterkins Land, wna In Ihn case, evidence was given damage, and leave II lo lhe defen- ing uboui 15 miles an hour, the
negligent while driving the car by the plaintiff himself, the Judgo dant to disprove lhe c^se same as he was don", and there
M382 along Garden Road, St. remarked, evidence lhal neither of -Bui unfortunately for lh wtt nothing lo suggest that he
n December 26 last year, lhe vehicle, were going fast and plaintiff, negligence In matters of I i um..! care.
His Honour of Ihe Assistant Court both had on their Indus, and all mis kind has to be positively "We are only lefi v.ith the fait
of Appeal. Original Jurisdiction, the plaintiff could aay was that proved and wt la you always feel of the accident and Ihe mere fact
Mr. J. W. B. Chenery, ye-derday lhe accident did occur. sympathy for a man who throt i enough to
* is- * no "tuh f his suffered damages, > I irj fo say lhe plain-
A Het Uay ycl in this partrrulir case, it Is L'ff has discharge*! lhe L
But the evi(,tnce of the police obvious lhat under the circum- upon him.
who took measurements was that stances, lhe occas on of lhe over-
it was a very wet day, lhe roads flowing of the gutters by lhe the] evidence as
re full of water and some had water al this stage made It dim- whole. I am liound to cmne to th.
spilled over into the gutters, obvl- cult. If not lmpo*.-ibIe for tho concluiiori thai the plaintiff ha*
Cutelerla
Kit .ioals briefly wltn
tM -.
! i: .'itiii v. ilh the work-
ing of ih,. Cafeteria, the Presi-
filbute io the
"on l In- manner ln which aiu
retarla with the
help of a member of Ihe Com-
mittee.
Report im: on the Ubrary. she
taled "lhe Committ'.v and Mm-
bcrs of Ihe Y.W.C.A. arc grale-
tlioao donors who sent
us literature during the past
. | adxlgd "I"
re being buHl and we will be
ible to set up a H
'dine"
i mitiee appealed t >
mlfti r |o take advanUIW 3*
sf#i'a' TAt
flNGER"F.'8E
' TOUCHES YOU/
g;.ve judgment for Savoury and
Louisa A. Sluarl. of Black Rock,
the owner of the car. from whom
Best claimed 3240 damages.
Besl claimed that Savoury neg-
ligently, recklessly and unskilfully
managed and drove lhe car with .
the result lhal n collision occurred ously
ak/ng it difficult to distln- partta* to d MinguKh the sides of < Hod m 'he .tuty placed upo
ie surface of the road. the road. him to prove negligence i
of the damage, he suffered in- "In rases of collision, the maxim : i.nt and th>
convenience and discomfiture. res Ipaa loquitur does not apply," Nrgliprnrr > was really due to ex-
The case had previously been His Honour said. "If t did apply, -\ am unable lo find from th.-
heard and yesterday the decision the plaintiff undoubtedly would evidence of the plaintiff, any nal Bcsl gave notice Of appeal
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While-M ins. Ktdsj B *2.2" ...i.l
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PACK SIX
CLASSIFIED Aj)S.\*mm'tw?mm
BAAEADOA ADVOCATE
TELEPHONE 2SOS
DIED
AWtXN*. rt ii ft,, i ,iy i^j B3alri*
Loa-t-a I1h ifrni W. c>M< at
MMn rUrpalatu. twin St.i TIM
(.ju-*al leave*, her iiia no* CMmi
MM, S( htlcriae' at 4 > clock 1hl>
rv*.,trg for Saint Marl.ng Church
St PTal.tp mm* an invited
Ciereae Kewlm. !
taiN (ttMrtdi
NT T-dKd Paper* Can
7f5 tn
IN MKMOKLAM
ALU T VI-1,, ..,..,
dears. Ml^:i J-..-H
i A. ..eyrie, w*v.
I Jutl
I'
I laid 1
---------. a Mfinn (nnut.
Or .hake al death* nlaema
Til bul the vi He Kim Jevtii nirfe
To call IM lo llta eraa
SVver la be- rw.ft.Vfi-t In Piedr e
AHrMi.- iwlfei. Darnler. oarnat, Elliott
imn*> Eva. Budora. leMMi OrirRt-
.u-i-.a-htar- ..ladefme oriMut .eoet-sri-
lew- milt Cotim. Elrlta. O-rn.
feat*BUTAS... loving; miw, of
d-Mlng -if. Cm., D*rrvtt-u who d
partaef Uiia lile M
btarrta* Ur*>c m.
PY
n.
. when l.fn >i....n>< ia end*.
1 hOpb r shall inet yoa again
Wltlnuti D-ri..^. 'T.^be-et. if-., Whit.
""I""". Jel.n IOM PBgBM - -.'un,..
Mur~ In loving
-..... Ml II i
parted ihi. in,-
Ir in Hi* I
..I Mo* whet i
Juty tlh IBM
-Men i. sTeahvi
be, WnfnMM' b* in. Mo.
PKRSOXAL
Thy public arc heirby >.,imril main
siaing *dn io in. arise, awxi*.;
A-matro-u; i... Ml, M 1
rroaetf iripoi.i'L.e for hci nr atv'or-
elee ranitadlnr *ty debt or debit .
My MH un.fi l>> a written M
aimed l>. me
rind lime AtuitmnNi
WaM
IHi-l'
Pi-
lie f M M o^
irne unlB". t>j .. > i
Sgrl MAHRTON MM
Oall HHI.
, A,rggo/ rW'" &>
" SMI
AUTOMOTIVE.
EARN BIO MOStXY by lelllag Redia-
surlon in yow ipe*- lime fiat a i-Lfiy
of lormi today i T S> >.
ton wen i
CAB-ili Auii* 7 H P IA r.n
nodltiori. BeCenUy ~ii HDlllHl I
mud Dial MM. j 7
> Minn S.Sm m,*.
OAK Dodae Super-Drl..
Million anal OwMr-d
at MM
II. SI t f 1
MiJTUKCYCIX- Triumph Speed
In HI* Motorcycle in perfect ourK-
1 or4ar X III Ucrnta said. Apai<
H Alma-, hear l>*|W*U, Cti Ch.
.one J2M j.i s*--Sri
HOUSES
Attractive ataalda FTal main road llaa-
nr, HmlirU-lr fcjrnlMiaal. En|iab
Bath. Open Varandah lanna m KuiUti.
ona pmon lor couptoi rtnoi July |
..rplUM m. it.e ni ( n
,i-hid.
"ram lit Anna, lurnlinm
ID- Na'
brir
mr Oardaaa Thr*
orncr si'Atx
sttccl near Tufa-*.
r>r Co MM
bultdln* af Spry
M Apply Auto
a ruAl.IIAttracti*a 3 fardn
wa.v*tjed
ONE Hi AuaUn two Ion truck and ore
' AuMln A D Car Trlcpkuna BOI,
v aeon a co lw
M f 30t f.a
THUCKOn- l-uri V- *-Ton Truck
IP n p l.ut.-r
*ma PlMtw
l.U>
- B-. raaa*i>-
MM| Co
1 MMla
BXCCTKKAI
OENtllATTHUW-Oin S'. K \ A U
v
C Cao-ralor I | Volt. Phon,- 4JL_
TU-li.
. MM
JUS. AMUVTOJ "Hi" Ur
tra-Modarn Radln-CiaiH iwll
1 rlunjrni TwoflcKu
'. .lardl* worn**. In atu^-liv*
binctA A tuatlinl quantity n|
a>M PCS MArrxi A CU I.T1
i- Wn. Ilamt *,.,
n e.si- t 1 u
UULLARD HAZHOrV S I.M Tabla
l.kI*I MciM Caah 01 in an down an..
"'0 p*I month. LASHIXVr* LWtTKD.
r. Wn, Hy H 4 1.H~n
UUULAHD BULJI-
" 40 watt only *><
AWILIVK LTMrtKD. Pr v. ,
c.AIUn^K" Tor laaMW,
Gardnta. Apply: J. A. "
LTD.
.....a. VcpaiWf'.vrd
B**p in. tload pay t.. Ipa
\-,,. ,.. n
Ch. Ch
.raa. Muil
HU.l parapu.
* pf At
1 t RMfl,
1 *-,'-
FftlDAV. JULY A. \Ht
M OT.H SALES
BALCSTAIT
fMM, iMriGfl rn-aaj ,.(-1
-- Koch'haa dMUif. drain
id .*arl hadmemt Woden ronv*.
"* Phon* _T* Mr *IaFUt
3? V
HtTIOAlOW -- Maalcr^ Vt-.U,-
"ndin* 1*1 alnutat acva land Wall-
"Hlvalad and vary pradurtlva ><
cloa*d o,, all .nto. ami miuam* or,
"** ApUr Hn M D Karrta
QMInl. Mia", pitta VUlaa*. II Jam**
Hfarn I
1 1
linUBT-Om Ward and .
P"*B < *"" VllUaV If J...rpV
*! arllh a raikiy and *itrh*n
Wachad will W -,^ lo, S| hy ,
'.ov-rtim-nt: Auction*cr en tha 141*. day
: July. IM
" A IXT
4 1 UV-3
I-A?n> M.TM aquarw Wt "I inu
itnat* at aVUtona HIM. laii.t MihMl
clo>-d with atana watl on 1 ,d*a
Ina- Mr* ov-r tfaa h\rbour \....,i.)
aold aa a whoa* or in 4 lot* :,-,
qnl'lc* to the undariisnrd
CAIUUKCTON A KCALV.
St.--
tn
Th* undrrauniad will unVr lor a>U> aft
tna>r orltca No. 11 Klfh .trc*;. Brtda-a-
I'Ui day of JnVt
. on rriday. I
"HMJonal rank *M^.KUm| Machlnr
provtoua .p^rlcncr T"
Urn* tli.: Ul Auguat.
'5*. App!) in paraon milt wntlati 1* CO
i.-pllrallon lo ftonriary. Dowdina Eitatr
THE DWnXHC HOUNE known *
Glcnflora" tandiruf on I ac-. 1 raoaM
73'i pcrrhri of Und on tha mam road
.t Whlto Mall. Saint t-.tci.aoi aUrrtrtr
i-jsrm ir^l running wntrr.
Impprtior, any day on application lo
Mr John Alfred nynac un the pramlaa*
Por fimhrr partfeVulan and condition.
IO. COTTLB. CATTOrip
4 IttHti
Tr-dlna Co IJmlUd *
2 7 M, 7:
rrrriit-rNc-
i*.-h wltl
The undaralanrd will ofntr tor Mia
l>IIC
Dam
kair aaTaae
Wrltp 'CJ
MISCKI-I.ANKOUS
irh Itfaat, B1.1U.
tha m dap of July. 1MB at 1 p.aa.
Thr hurtalow known CASVIIJX
with tl>* land thcrrta conlalnkoa by ad-
with |n*"nrm*nt 041 * (t HtuMa In
- *4nv>- Oardonx. Chriit Church and
...i.minln* an open v*randah lavtna
wuUt and aaai. rorawli.rd drnwlna A
I.run* mom. 3 badrooiru, toiiat. Dolh
and kitch-n with E'*f* -l rooma for
two aarvanU and with alaclncit/ in-
' .Had InaprcUor,
m ft" POCKCT MONEY .aally aarn-d
yrreorhmaridlna M nrw rotaar-tber
BTDIFtUAtON in one month
MMt flMl M
M.T-PUEMSNT YOUB BfCOMC b>
...cmrnar.dml fUlniPrVSIOM OMa.i.
-II partk-jlari from t.e HEUDTV^ iwN
^Wc" 1 : ! '.
TWBHTY-riVE DXILLAM a
'om Badawuitun for M w
tioai In on* calendar month
On-- Hotpomi Klo<-,,
-We Oven ami Wa...
aidltton D*tl tirr
1 I ..; a,
. Mam
WRB-f AC.|KLd cli-*r f (.pUnxti.*r-ii'B Parfxlril ,h-
**> i-/r Fwr Piiadol rncani otiirC
f*W/ few mdhriat r^uftcrl by
P#fior|lr piling -hrfidkcltc. too
Wrthr.111 iii|(rccbk- A'ler-riTtHfv
Aa* y..ur .Irunijr (. fmrm.lnl
cruiifirwllv comr^tm.Ir*] froq) )
"T rtit-, Tbename "Dr (h.v
a >ov. U D>
DR. CHASE'S
PARA890I.
-MMlQufC* r-'"*'rVlMfl j'orP**..-
Palace Oriental
KeciiPrdos I>c Indiu.
Chino. v Cylun
]'..-. 1 H. Taihapcln
I p'>-ilit .m 1 t-nto
MrnrK IM tjuiiicc
1'in itnIn
Dm. ni ') Bnralill'i
TIMNI'S
V. U'ni. Hrnrv Slrp*l
Dial 3466
rtanalnc Unit lilt 7 ~. 13-7n
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Unin A Alpine mia-l
_ milk Apply CTrll
laihwaita. Cardan Land. Country
MECHANICAL
n in Agfa Karomat Camera.
MLGrlKB. BUnafcld Scott.
ONB
'*undi.
Ii Aaromotor Mill

Co Ltd. 'plion* >
TYPEwniTXB*- ;-.,m md new lya.
wrilara: Baw llab> Witnbien onlj |nD'~
icd laijer iiortablei tit 1)10.00 ond ui
1'ie marlilnn may .11 b* had on
il v.*ilho,il .ibLBallon. K ft
ilunto A Co.. Ltd 1.1 li 4 7 fd-Jn
flI-\CK A DBCKEH Tool. I". W". *
;-. Haavv Dutr Urilla, Drill W.,..t
mtaMr -, ,b..,iw di-c. Secure
i-'r rpquiiemtnta no*' >* prtcca of u
,t .hipmenl will bo higher Da Coat-
CO Ud, Kla.-tr.iai Dapa. ti.iant
4.1 Man
MISCEL1 ANEOUS
Third Annnal
Bttffll Show \ luce
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ADMISSION
$1.00
rw THfeau
i Knpnlanl. M Iwin Etroe'
Ladte. lUthaufU ljyy.lv
l-.n. gold. b..<
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ACT l*ia AMI
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Iha Valunlary I^aaldaiMail
NOTICE ii MPfaTry EtrW that pur.uam
'? ir-tikn lo of too Cotnpaiuai A
"*4. A gonrral Viwtlnr if i- Metal"-
I lha aaava name*] Coinoinv will b*
Mid Jt ih* OfflaM of Ma*ar< ftov-U *-.
siaale. Public Aaco,.,,. -it. and Aadi
tart. Iik-b. at teat. BTidgwu-w.i at a *
n.ra on TUaoiay, In* Iht da> of Auguii
Lfti, for 11* purpwaa ol hfing ai. -onui,
IIM bel^r. thoM aliowlna tha nuont
a whlah the -vlrtdlng-up lie* barn eon
ucie.i and tha prooor.y of tha t amsaV
in* I Of. and of hearn.g 11) ripian..
10.1 that rru)/ ba given by the Uquidn
tar. and araa bf Hriarmlaiaa l ritra
-nii.nM rrwi.itlon the inannre in artucn
taw bvOki. An.iu.li- and ikiCuincnla o
to Company and af lha Liquidate
Erreof 'Kail l>* di.an-ed of
DaUd ftkM 4iH day of July, 1MB.
E ROBLN^or
Ltquldal
GOVERNMENT NOTIH
'iOVKRNMENT Or DARBADOH
SALE OF NCKUP
The Butbndos Regiment bos f<
.ii. Ihllnwn Pickup wilhf/ut
ilm' and leajr-box The Pitk-
ftp U In a ilism;mtlrii conditi
2. Olerg in wrttins are invited
(of the purchase of this vthlcli
which ran bf* -n on uppllcfttloti
to lli'.idquartpr*. the Barbados
liofdm-'nt.
I. Offers fthould be aubmittcit
to the Colonial Secretary, Publli
BuUkUng>. not later than 4.00
p-m. on Thursday 10th July, 1852
4. 7. 82 2n
in
letting; or limply na
r-altrj.balldtag fooic
BOBTB'
*
VtiAST-PHOS u rhc
to your probUaa. Vitam
and tnin.'raii comhintd
[ LAST-PHOS an your I
\i f Rood health.
wlien we liavo the T
LAUNCH-Cabin
- Engine, t.cel
-m On;, paaai
trtnt Mland. I'
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FURNITURE
for Home & Office
'fiKtev-fiavliiq Prices
unv Bd
taadi Ife.t
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a 'f-el widi
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Dm, I Idaa. BodrooM
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L. S.WILSON
.............
fiirthar raniei
a la apply to
( OTTIX CAT1
al.Ll
CATTORD CO SB 51 -n
AUCTION
By kind airoilaaHn I m.a Mil at 1 p M
MrfhrarM) A Co Oaraaa PHday
i " B.B A I Se.ier Sedan Cai
working Order Term CMh B.
Thar MaKwa "
Hv inatrurllona of tha bMUraaca Caa*
pany I will mD at ttw GBKXRA1
MOTOR nWHD3l* CO Ne!n fl-ee
one IBM SOMmrr-Mf Au-nn Sedan Cat
d.,magad by aaaaaVnl. Doaa "" BALB PBSBAE tth at t a ,:,
" CA^|r,gltfa-?'.rSaal
UNDER THE DIAMOND
HAMMER
...bi-- ,
t ii
-'
____jr. lha *aat
p. Bim..v ii,ii on vid--, bi.! *tn
iv al 1 m an. il- aara wundan buddu-a
it M feet Ion* w.th gvdvanlaa roof
1 aboot BW block itone aiao T- -oodf n
CAM T> . l-uJdlac j MeiUty nuBad
a aaruien aa bada** *
CHANCERY SALE
Government Notice
Pndap
"a parare and dnrlng U>'

' Tun ,,anU|
DAIRY HiaBXBT MX*Tar*KY Uld JAM FA OHA.NT ATKLNS PU-1V-PlalnUfl.
""""' * the will of aryarw Muyphy. daroaaru
and
-lajJCBWT WAITBB and AITURL1A CUARKE- Dolaridanta
acting b*MBr> by D*Ar*y Araguatu* SaMt taalr conrtuuMd Attorn*,.
ALL. THAT certain piece or parcel of Und alluat* al Eagle Hall ,
Road In tha pariah of Sal' t Jdleharl In tha liland containing by i
id th.eo atBM warcriM or tharaabouU abuttma
ai bolad aw two aid* an laada of Alb*rtha Payi.. _
w or law- af ana atra. Tho-ui and on tagle Hall Road aforeaaid
r kowoAM (Mo Iho aaane ra abtiig aid bounding Togwiher with
aa naMiMga or dwcllangruuM tharaon called "Byare Villa" and
II and ingulai othat the t-alding. and ararUona on tha aaM pareel
I land arectad and built u-*mg and betag wtlh -n- aganirtanancrv .
glM
a
DAT* 'W RAUC
WUJJAMa.
m-CIiancMy
"SB Jona. I
NOTbCK tuownebh andcnevvsof fishing boats
Tb* aaWntaoo ol all owners and crewa of ii-.tuna boaU i* drawn
to Sub aa.iMiu U> and (S) of atecUoa 18, of the Havrbour -na Satp-
t*na asMwT A*ft, liga ,( wbtcb provade as followi: ,
"CD It shall be the duty of iba owner ul a flatting boat to as-
taSBt bis boat ia not rnaaV last to any part of tat waaarvaa.
or bndaaa. or uwhorad ia uas Carawnaa* aaca-t wkaa
actually engaged In '^"g flah, or whan on account of
weather condition! per mi salon u given by the Harbour and
Shipping Master
(3) Por any breach of this Section tha owner ol a ashing boat
shall be personally liable to a Una not asasassssssl hv* pounds
to be recovered in a summary way before a Police Magis-
trate.
4.7.M.n
SHIPPING NOTICES
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
_ hAiLwo raoM i i am i
a a rrBMTOB -m june ir-12
HX8TIA 4th July lpH
CCCTTK-A llth JuH, ISM
M-tr-ni nth Jut. i*u
BOSKO-d* 1-1 Auiuu iau
SAIUNO TO 1IIOM
'il;A,VJKSTAD IAUi jui,, !,,
U-I7.0 TO T-UAB. PftRAMAKIRO
A RSlnsN 01HNA
Bt S STEMTUR llth July. 1HJJ
- S COTTICA SMh JuJ. *S
' S -TReTTOR lh Auruaf. 1I
AHJ>4<1 IO I'KIMUIAD A CIRACAII
I HCR.1IUA *tn J,.*v, ISM
it'l IA( AO iivi 1
I S HP-TTA II*t July. W.J
S P MKSSO.V. SOM A CO LTB
Agrata
The M/V Ci
aoeawt Canto and
DonunJca AntUf.ua. Montaani
rhnia aad St Kitt> S-ihna Slim
mi \
9
Hr^
da> Um .i
Tha M/
CARIIIE
ai Baaaa
Vincent. Qranada and Aruba.
Date Of Mlll&a lo be nouftcd.
LODGE STONE WORKS CO.
A laife qaantlty af
aa-ichlnr- broken Hint sftoaa.
; aU ariea. snlnble far SMMht or
*ara CanstTBetioa and /or
makLac eonerete blocks, or
I aay other eonerete aim.
tares. The Ce. alas ander-
; take the easarrtrBeUaa of
Beads aad Yards by eaa-
1 tract, or aa*tervhT*sD.
Dial zflM
KEITH KAY AIDE
asaaacer
Canadian National Steamships I
lotimioiNi
CAN'ADIAN CBUISXIl
CANADIAN COII '
U.aY RODNEY
v.ii.-i SaUa
B'daa IIh
t Jut- 1 .'- .
14 July 14 Jury* i
U July u SB Jury |
.lOBTRrlOI'RO Anrlaea
B'gaa I
LADY NELSON 4 JU|T
CANADIAN
CONSTRUCTOR M July :
-ADY RODNXY .. 7 Aag.
IS July r> Juli
ORIENTAL
PALACE
VILVCT EVENING BAGS
SmcIeIII).
soi'vknikh
fhom LNiiu. nnsi a
CEYLON
THAN!S
WATCHES
GOLD. STTEL as*
nmoMiLM
Made hi for IftdVaa aa* sbbSm
H I.I-Y (it 'A It ANTE ED !
IS *
Today at yoax jewelitrs . .
Y. De LIMA
A UK. I.TII.
20 BROAD ST. and at
M.AHINr I.MIIHNH
HHOPPfNO CENTBE
furftb*. rartM-ular* ml. to
GARDINER AUSTIN & COw LTD.Aienu.
Vv/,v/x
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
, Tur*da- Mb by aNaf of Mrt J r.
m so will aaU Ska Puimlture at
rcllfla", St l-.wroe.ee Gap, wttK-n
at D.. .. .- Tabl*. Upr>at Cha(nv
i. a*wu>a A Ornament TabigB.
Rhd Settee Card T-hla IUi .land: al T Table, all In ara*hoaad> .
Cllaaa A China. Duu-rr A Tea Ser\ loco
Rlectrlc Lamm. l*oaatr> A Kettle. Clock
" alra. Ru> Ai-m Ckain. Hack-
le* tainted Cieam A OfMl
PbilUpa a valve Radio In ruriog. Caae
t Talfl-.', Sldebcurd n Chain In Bin..
Double A Stag I- Simmon. Rrdateada.
and Mattreaaei. Piaaaaa and
_ TSbla, ipaip,*, Cf-Afri Ch,.
ul Draa-en Ornt-Draaur Derornr
Table in Mahog.in/. OIC SaertaTaratof
lOnly I "earai, Lardera., Kitchen Table,
i:lichen Ulentla. Two A Tkraa Shaner
i tghu.
*t..v
e- Sal* U *f> ecock. Tarma Cah
BKANKL1, TROTMAN at tt
Aacttrera
4 T iaan
V.UUTY MleUrlT & RImssI
Under the patroi.age of
mr r c oobdabd Mir a
MBA flODBABa
VOU -IT-TEh PRUI. 1 .,U.
o ran. *r im ai .1 ai iasS
Baaliuwag al pat
Ii- kind ioin:U: th
C-nmlni- v. ..I PolMe Ttia Poltl
IMnce Or.liiatra uudet the dlrec
ti"n Of Captain C E B a. .n M Ii 1
B.1U supply Iho M.vi
on Sale
SBOOTIaVG 1
SIASO.V
IS IIFIII
Shotgun cartrtdBes $11.10 J
per hundred. Our cartridge ,
pric.-: can .always be de- i
pended upon io be the low- ^
it BRADSHAW tt COM- <
PANY. ^
^ftyasTOOd at t, vo******',','*:'.'.
TO-DAVS NEWS FLASR j
PIring out our new stock i
<-l sum gun r rtildges X
12 OL'AGE EI.EY911.66 ?
per IM NET CA8B %
Big eloslng out i-t-ilu.-Liiin 0
on all HARDWARE ITEMS I
rVe/W///A '.*.',',',
lAfc
C'G'TRANSATLANTIQUE
iwibK. froa laaSfMka obwowi. muoiui,
MaafttB TiUUjmI. Li (Mn. Canu> a Juuka
rii 1mmim*Imi AitItm bitala
-DE ORASdl 4th June, IMJ ., ltlh Jun 1W1
"coLomii" .. ith ju. iau and Juir imi
DE 0RA88E" 12th Julj. ms .. J4th July, IMI
'Not calling at Guadeloupe
SAILING ntOM BARBADOS TO r L'ROI-E
Freui Berbade* Anteea liflhimiitnn ^
'"DX GRASaa" 21th June. ltM ath Julj, 1952 S
"COLOMBIE" . llth July, 1852 .. 2Bth July. 1842 j
"'DE OttASSB" th Au. IM .. ltth Aug., IMI J
'Sailing direct to Southampton -
M/V U II I I >ISI \||
FOR SALE
Built in Cambridge, Maryland. U.S.A. in 1943. the
jlvesjel carries an Enterprise 1.000 H.P. Marine Diesel
Engine. Specifications as follows :
Registered Tons ....... 433 Gross
* NHt
Length overall ........ 140 leel
Be*m ............ a* t*
"all .............. IS' Loaded
Cargo Capacity ....... 4M Tons
Passenger ncromnvidallon for 10 Cabin
Passengers
The vessel is at present undergoing yearly Survey
by American Bureau of Shipping Surveyor at Bridge*
town.
Further particulars and inspection on application.
HANSCHELL, LARSEN & CO. LTD.
AGENTS
BBBSBBtt*9-*-F7'-rn>r-c
MeeaeeMas
NOTICE
CLOSED FROM TUESDAY FOR STOCK TAKING
RR-OPENING FRIDAY THE 4TH
THE 9EXTHAL IMI'OIIII U
t and Tudor Htreeas
travel Cunard
JOHNSON'S STATIONER
snd HARDWARE
'
Colony Club
Introdue*'*
BARBECUE
Ta Barbados
SATURDAY JULY 5
Daaeki-
imi.Moon.
Bathlnc
And GeaerallT
civile ltu*oraul
K*a.rv.1lon. In
M
2.7.51In. |
B.M.S. "MACRBTANIA
Applications for Trans-Atlantic Passages
to England during 195.1 have already reached
unprrdlcted levels. Those who contemplate
visiting the U.K. are strongly advised to make
iheir applications .mmcdiately
EAATBOUND Accommodation available
from August 1962 onwards.
WESTBOUND Accommodation available
from October 1952 onwards.
Choice
York.
f Seven luxury liners from New
Choice of Six luxury liners from Canada.
RATES (Including plane Fares) -W
From turn (Tourist)
120
135
(Cabin)
I First Class)
Payable in B.W.I. Currency through:
HANSCHELL I,,fi\SEN; & Co.. I.lil.
Agents
LTD.
THE CUNARD S.S. CO-
DIAL 41*4.
THE BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY
LTD.
NOTICE
ANNUAL AUDIT
ALL PERSON'S having ACCOUNTS again.!
this Corporation are requested to be good
enough to seud them in, mad* up lo Iho 3*tb
of June, as soon as possible.
THE BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY
CORPORATION LTD.
V. SMITH
General Manager.
1.7.52.
iiiiHiiiiiiiiiniiimimiHii
\ It's a Reality!
GIGAVl l< SALE OR NO SALE our Goods are
Priced no liit'.er than their Sale Price BUTand
it is a ver> hi f hut\ ou fart eg IS.
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF the Wonderful
Value* we Rra i\ in
SPIN at H2 cents less IB |, Bnly one Item of the
many items we are nfferlna.
OUR SILK GOODS at R2L15 and S2.44 all leas 5%
are values which speak for themselves.
A. E. TAYLOR LTD.
ia
S Coleridge Street.
s
Where
There are iro Parking Problems
And where
(fliaJities an- HIGH
\ and
Prices .ire LOW
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(irapc Kruit Marmalade2 lb.
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Sweet Orange Marmalade
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Pineapple Jam2 lb. lin.
(iuavn Jelly2 lb. lin.
SwitI Corn1 lb. (in.
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1'M.I 111.11 I
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
aramcurs oum
Springboks'
Tour Makes
5:80,000 Profit
Middlesex May
Head Averages
(F*WM Our <>hm < <>rrespoiidi'iit)
LONDON, July 3.
Sun- i" Middll ft : iast .._
Rill ol niiilchr:. now m tar. XlH money will stay in Hii-.
progress claim Dudley, Middle- ,;ountoL?u' ^",^L^Irk"* HE
sex to-di : i,V
nine wick, a have 190 pouitg, Smnv who have
116 were held up in their victory bid "gilnfl Somerset by
rain.
Irar Ruing
FRIDAY. JULY 4. 1M2
Olympic Games
Team Named
Sfxtrts \\ hull,a
BASKETBALL
UairiMu Collage r. Plr.U.
Harmon College OM Roy* v
fortuno
ERNIES
DEMOCRATIC CLUB
I'llUFIT uf fcWJ.OOO u expect-
ed tram the .suiingUik*' rugbj
IU GEORGE WHITING
iheir i
-

MO come- out to-morrow. the>
-by tuif bin ti-iu,.ht |h<
doesn't look proml
may Ik- lucky to fJM I
innings points.
The Indians were H
complete collapse and In Uv i
two-day tame with
i who made 6i
who na
the only in,!-, to face the form.
Yorkuhi..
pin-tll with any degri l
dence. Coxon's Bi
with mx fa ti <
on the t< i..'
more wickets and were till 4
behind when stump* UN i
For Essex against Norl
Coicnogtof att-nundei Ray Sin
registerr-d his tlrst rent U
season. But rebl all
baYflre Northanl i ould bat
mini there will be a
tlrst innings polnl
Ttie highest Lodlvldt
the day *** the 113
fur Win w ,.
wan hi* flrsi thm Agu
of the season.
Scoreboard:
Middl. .tcestet '
nine wickets Middlesex 350 f
two declared and
Worcester IM 1
20 and SMS.
I i . Northante:
*ex 379 ta i.
.
Glamorgan versu* Lam*
Glamorgan J95 mn ill for o< i
Lane* 285. Grieves 101
Yorkshire vcrnis Kent Yo k-
ahlre 283 fa p.*
273. Kent 144, Ward
42 and M for two.
Hants versus I;
Hants 188 and 21 for I
GloucPstei 231 Young 102 II.in
meead ptej
Surrey \,-i
Surrey 3ft4 for
Se-mmersc-t 47
stnpped play.
Warwick v
Warwick 437 '
Dollery 2U. Hitchcock 83. Lrtces- icVond
tee 210 and 50 for no wlekel
Volts \. r .1
418 for seven declared, Jam
Lt-rnridpe 100 MV>t. 203 f..r thr<
The two-day game Durhfl
India wa- drawn. Durhn
802 for lx deelared T
|M tad '"i fa I
bepoflt *'! come when they
.. Ilntiah learn in 19V,
Gate-money is expected; to
total 150.000. with .C70.0O0 Ex-
penses, Including 80,000 ent-t-
t.iinroents tax.
Uonilas. Siia|t|Mrs
A in M Water Rob
TIIF NHARF. OI'T
to arc not oAUial figures
have not yet been lasueo-
i.Ht tin v have been calculated l>,
In two fast and exciting WaU-i K_ K STINT. Soulli Afrkai
Polo mat i\quaue Cub journaUat, who was here wm
lonlbw de- ,,. Ieum i,nd Mikum> book Tm
t" I *< Fourth Springbok. ('ongmai
Snappers beat Hamsun College ijg ,lc.au. with thou.
3O How wiU this nest-egg .
rV B i.ksteln and shared between the four hon
v.ired and umon Ead, treats the matt<
s.urdiish. For differently.
- iiapi-erv. George McClean. OH- Walef ^d a central fund ....
i I.dl. Manning wnich alt moaJea were paid, afl
which a sum net exceeding >
CU| Uneup WM ,iistrlhuted to \29 memle
with nH\ tlubB, Slent pojnu out .h.
..tche*. Bonlaaie> uly ,nat nt^ta whf, Cardiff take
SWCVOU ga^ f 4,000 yet receive
'' ,x- tin.' same sum (50) a- Yatiad
The H- imt.i* Sword/lsh match DyrHa.n or Ynysybwl
Una; mme keen- -^^ a dom|nion iour here I
i rougher of the o( genuine assistanee to ih
,v-" smallar clubs.
.,.,,, ,v The ftugby Union were entitle
and it was J* 15 W nt- * h" *[*
hkb helped them to >* altogether, allowtnn
...in-s turn boo oi an
...
CHiUlrlONS PIH t.
iiiitjin will ittempt, .ii Eielainki from Juli '
M,,r;92i'ul>.......
Vi
i he ^let-Kirs, arniounci:,! ently, nave ^ts land nu oppunei.t> Ioa-x
patshed the ABA champiuti el eecta of Um ten inMraaUotaffJ naiy when he eatpioam
weight.s that make up the OUmpu ihe first rw o*1 " chin ui ifai
timt. tipped Braea Wciu in -he aua
Form in the recent "mill- FtRCY LKW1S inals h-s rightly been dia-n gar Quick Win>
ed In favour of amateurs wbota weight in in Kecenlly home fitan An
ramenta have Ix-en brouK--t rlgl i fasiiion. Bet- "* in Egypt, where he knocked
rr u gymptonanip condJuo ..;,, WJiiei a punch. Imper i over 18 oppoitents ui It
in only one data, iutht-nniu Bervleeg and Ro>ui Air ret* tuuiy QOOMHG lAmaj
jght. has there been an. 1949. Season. 1 Twenty-one year^ld Can
Hen .
in.in'" of Hie U-.im
11.. .iintry.
Cieatatenl Winner
I 1:1 11 Itf. UtDOM 1 Downh
('immunity BC). Twenty-yeai-
..

Dig punehei
f picking Ibtf

It ha
lection '. Ben d I
Blnnjnghafli meai porter, la -
exclusion of the Uill
fancied airman from
l-ooked Certain
Wells looked a "eei tab
the Olympics until
Mi-
..f

ids '
disappointed with their
Kluthi ., Tl
f TO-
NIOfFI BSBJ own
n J. N. Goddard's
Leader A. C. Snow.
O.B.E., well known fresh
lobster cocktails.
PH -: : priee, on all
V. .H. P. C
1AL '
.....villosas
EN l.\ 11 Ml t
1 BARN ll\N(l 1
1. ML h. i.
Iftrklrs. II.. ..I
"ABADO HUO 5
Muoica for I <> Jovene* !?
Caribeeaai Treebadoars
KNTRADA \l-
(C'ompra su bi'lete antes de
la freha)
2 7 52 tn.
i" ai d-df-h
him isaccreenooj
In the Af'.A 1 li.iiriie.ii.mi,.
Here |g the team
DAl DOWER
d nttcr*| ma t PrM'FR HATUtMAN
from A berry non, Glam Re.
only once this season, and six an |
71 bouts. Hott. .

1 .it rtowhle
weigh
U Guil
(Celua
' thl
from the


thei
'in-, ; Swnrdiish r"un,y l*"^" '" *"*P 1hel'" OV
Of sea- (gP?\ T" ">ntrast I
I'layiiiR
polo, but like
in
Wales the South Afrloafl
nly clubs; here, wiih the ea
hey wuu. ^>,":,;, / * ^"'vers.tu
Combined Services, thev pUved
Jordan no rhibs. and onlv -oimiiip.
"" *<|y CORNrORDS RFXORD
"^' '" JIM iORNKWU. 40-yrar-ol-l
i in often su,^ medium-pace bowler, has
right do* u in the ,,,.,.,, ,.,, .mhitinr. -In lake
took -w S 2k, (r,SSd hJu.
.. when ta look V. R UmH.
H'fc TATR. have performed this
l""r--,ini: "8 ,M0 Com!..,d -
An imereatlng UUng about the t" nedl "f 2.005. At the end "A
'hii<- s.tuidAbh this season he retires from first-
ttte niTenstve, clnss cricket to take a coaching
ppointment g| Sallabur] Beuth"
rn Rhodesia
lly-weiuhl gaW 1'yri! Gallic
In the division. Puts ..
on speedand can keep It u;. fi
the full throe round1?.
niMMv Ninioi.i ^ s
BC W. llngton) Sol.
i'.'*" with rlgnrou
to the body thnt A
can, Italian, trill -
several other banian
International materiel


Honilas were the mosi dansjseoui
y uh the ball
ed Baanloylng \\\<-n useful
all i-i-itioned
themaelvea well for paeaes, too, and
l I 'he,,, to win the match. ,.,, .... .
Tim qi,,,.-.,, p,ii, _.-..fc an that AI.M bi um 1
"7Th?Sn5 * } T-a.rn.tch.
Onl) one goal was .cored ainM- lnd^- and n "
BFDSFKS < HANCK
six years almost
that ALCC HFI1SER
11 wicke-
the be
for 145 still stands
Imwlmx iierformanee
t'ollaee !'PPPo"Bnce In 11 Test match
' half, ^
were holding their own better, Bedeer's Test wicket:
though many times they were ,,u"" hi,v" lnrreaved to 168, a lot >l
forced to make hurried and not '"rpaswd hy_only two cricket*
due
F. BARNKS
Irogathe, weii-judked ,.,,
a the onset of the Snanners olav- 'rallan C. v. GRTMMCTT
and An -
who weie always on the attack
SiupiM.'rs' aeeond goal came
Rain Stops Play
At Wimbledon
1XJNDON. July 3.
I ia nu play at Wimble-
don today owing to rain. Among
the games held up wore the
.swift bang f.om Delbert **f."s
fj
Bannister which quite tnckid'uic
0U1 |t goaikeep. 1 liannUtar hud
teen seut a high poaa and he leap-
ed "in or the wati r and without
.swinging around lo face the Col-
.*lapi>eri the ball powei-
'.Mv into 11 a
ion nmuiW- 10
Rerne, Bannkder was
of the water for rough
Bedser can look
1 at leant four
of Test cricket.
1 new record
i,.*r.s.
''- 11 nis TouriiaiiM'iU
Ye-iierday\ Results
v wlnnlni novice, mt
mediate md open eetnp
DOC* In *"
' sioek-keep-r in ihe intlquc 1


lOIIWV MM.dVFV (RAF'
B> vevel v orthorl- .
......
l-laclumiOi. Wel.J. n.iddle-we
in ly.'.u (:
..Miii nviUi nu
Out collecU-d Army. Impeiia St'-
1 ABA UtUs
IIFNR. I IHill.R (El t ham
BC). Cruiser-weight find of the
season. Seventeen-year-old IWld
of a promising hoai |
Beaten only once. Copy-book box-
er, but tough enouyh to ,ieal a h
the rough stuff. Petal
decorator.
I HUM III \lt\
Cx-BA()U lM
I
after a flying-bomb incident li.'d
seemingly stopped him for .
A "southpaw" and Done
quickbut soli Aged 23 Btreel trader in green-
grocery.
Barbados Amateur Boxino Assn.
Entries for
CANADA
Invtn-
ihe 1952
DRY
CHAMPIONSHIPS
WMAI. DAM!
will h.- Bivi-ii b|
.1 1IF.HVI. TAITT
AI M. Jo-eph C.lrlV School
11 . um
On Fi.Ja;. Nighi. lh laly.
1852
tdmiadon: tit
Muc bv Mr I
. ii. :,. 'I
gfj Sal'-.
2B
REDIFFUSI0N
OA is .1 CoiiimisMon of Sl^ in CASH tor every New
Nubs, rilMT brought to and accepted by the Company.
KK.IUKFl'SION will pay in addition a bonus of $25.00
to any person who hririKs in twenty-five New Subscrib-
881 one < .ilrmlar menth who arc aeeeptt?d by the
my.
Have alWRVg I Mipplv of Recomntendation Forma ready
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THE MODERN HiCH SCHOOL STADIUM
during the month
fin'iiutonjhips 1
Flyweight
Bantamweight
Featherweight
Lightweight
Welterweight
I August

Midd
Light
lie v>
compcrifors ar,
debt
Hem *v.
:d in the /oUoKl-ig dtrtrioiis
under 119 lbs
- U8 .,
126 .,
135 _
14? ..
180
175 M
175 ..
11 or Modern Ifujh .Seho
aesxsess ;s:ss _:=
Bttaefi and
nflve College little opportunity f<
i:.t..l ii>
there la no rain for the nexi two
day the tournament will be
completed Saturday as arranged.
Colonel W. J. Legge the referee Thl lea m .
said today's poetnonemant would \ Vesitherhaad J
not neecssiiiili mi Recce, 11 PorUll< S
alon although there sjould be a Porullo I Beat and 0 FOfti
serious overload. M ,.-.. ., ,, p
SedKcman. Mrs. Todd and Miss .1 Oraci l .1 .,.. ,, M a
S&'irotaiL!aJn ,wShten.an & ,ppei ll.lh Ma.mmg F-mk
with five peasiblo matohea ahe,.,
of him could conceivably pi., , ..k,. lll(( ...
hi. ^,. and KM Double, ,V: foSj,-
K Armatrong .1 c .11
M.-ii\ Doubles
Mr. P. Patterson and Mr. 0 M.
Manning beat Mi J. II. c. Edghdl
and Mr. C. B. Sisnett fl8. 83.
Mr L St Mill and Mr. J. 'i.
1 'iiam beat Mr. M. o
Vcrteull md Dr. .1. Klinnyvn,... 1
u. fll. 61.
Today's Fixtures
tomorrow and another Men's A
Double? and two mixed on Sat-
urday.
Colon. 1 Legg* i depends on hmv strenuous and
how lung hia malibes prove to
beand the same with the Othen
We might kevo lo earn ..\"i but
It b by no mean certain-
It is about 80
Wlmbhii4iri programnv bad t.. 1
carried over till tb.-
day of the tournament.
H. Feldii
and G. Jurdati.
PoloSeusoiiIfililr
The pn
ound ..1 the
del 1.....
h Mr Rrifi lH-ane. one of

told Ihe Advaeite yi
There are many I
dangerous crecki over the antta
ground. 1 thai with
the nvna
prove in ihe yVI
THE WEATHER
REPORT
YFSTFRDAY
Rainfall from Oadrington; ml
Total Rainfall lor month 10
ret border: ih hi.
iluthett Tempcratura: 80.0 F
Lewaal Temperature: 71.8 T
Wind Velocity: 8 miles psr
hour
Barometer (S a.m.
(3 p.m.) 20.060
TODAY
Rannsa. a 46 h.bl
Siiaaat: 6.16 p.m.
Moon: First Qu.itci Juns 30
Ugh ting. 7 00 p.m.
High Tide 12 81 a.m., 2 37
p.m.
Low Tide 7 :p .m. 7 ji p m
SO 012
They'll Do Ir Every Time
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