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TAGF. EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE Tl'ESDAV, Jl'I.Y It. IM2 Unknown American Wins 2 Centuries Scored In Intermediate Division 100m. Final TWO CENTURIES a/ere looted when the fourth round of games in the Intermediate Division opened on Saturday. Bruce lnmas acoa-ed 12K foi Pickwick against Combermere. while Frank Taylor made i>5 for Empire %  gadnfl Wandtran, CABLE AND WIRELESS 111 tbaar match against Carlton at Boarded Hail, icpeatcd their third nmnu performance by being bowled out cheaply in their first innings. The Cable team made 76 in their first innings. In reply Carlton have lost eight wickets lor 139 runs. G. Matthews had a very MH pa nf ul U>wluik vpaU. He sent wicket and they .>udcd 110 rum down unn* ajvarfj flea balla and tea '"> wicket. Th paruwrtook six wicketlor JJ runs. Alp enabled the I'^ih uera i< Colin Cx toofor : '"-' "91 runs. Bine run' in three overs. Chase made 72 before being The Cable & \\ i %  Bad night by Evelyn off the bowling a vcr\ *fc**3 "runner. Wood made 57. and B. Matthews opened but Bowling for Windward BAILED FIMSIIES I/V THIRD PLMJ: Mr. T. A. D. Qaia, AdvattkiBg Manager ul the Advnratr i al present in Helsinki o\ eruig 'lie Olympic flames. Hfcll-SINKI. July 21. IN WHAT MUST HA\ E BIO I khi i i %  the Olympic HtO metre* final olt i<(t-rred to e championship foi the title "The fast**! man in fn ilnuaM unknown American I.inch Rtmiglno li took %  everal minutes while Ikee ronsulled H photo finish picture before they Inallv announced the winnei and to add to tl i Herbert MC&enley who is far the more famous as a 400 metre man 44 before the partnership w.is broken. Knight tODIOOred with 19 while King contributed IT. Braiikcr scored 12 an ;.lc 13 c-iiie from bye*. byes and iu> balls .tptuiid .seven wicket* HI i unin || avari tad two Mis. ad in reply have lost tWO wickets for 73 runs. The no' • nt bulsmen are R. Atkinson 29 fid E. Evelyn 37 C Skinner and N. Mod foiI I ok the apartaa. B I I • [Win scored a century lor Pickwick .igainst Comber'he Oval. Innlss made 129 before being run out Pickleawick occupied the wicket for the • '.tire day and have lo Carlton in reply knocked up 139 runs and still have two wickets in hand. A. i' \\\,,,\ topscored with 50 which included eight fours and .i MX. Hurl, has 37 not out to his credit *vhu< Harding and Kenny Hutchinson %  cored 22 and 21 rosi* H. L. King was the most eessful bowler for the Cable team. M*K He took 3 wickets for 19 runs in seven even or which two wan maidens. H. Kin*; took in IS overs while El. ami BranJtar for 26 and 31 respecti' At l h e Garrison. played Polka Ttu light of the game Ickcts for 333 rUBg C S GreenIge scored 3fl and G. Moor,3?t Bowling for Comberni' | •ok three wicketfor 66 runs n li overs o wilkm wo for BB in (4 eanai (Aai.TON But perhaps the most "t idl was the fuel " %  thi .ompeUti.n 1 1 4 seconds. Russia's SouKharov, fifth, and John Ti SEOOND DIVISION I'n S-turday the fourth senc Division games opened %  Combermerr pUyed Y.M.P.C. at tiam was first to bat Th> ed up 181 runs. D Edgti valuable 63 before being out leg before lo K Fields. G. G knocked up 24 while Mandeville •nade 22. Howling for the school team. Cafiender took four wt IS 'mis in 13 oven and four ball*. t< Fields captured three for 49. G. Greenidge and O. Burke were bet for the collapse of the Cornbermare team in their first Combermere made 66 Sports Window Harrison College and HarrUon OoUaae Old Boys an sckedalsd to aseat tonight at V UP.O. at 7 SO lo a Fir-t Division Basket ball fiitora The othti match will be Pi rates va T.U.P 0. Taa HarrlsoD College—Col lag* O'd Boys match will bs wwrratiiig as the resolta SOU help to dortda whaUier College will win the Challenge Cap. Collage mast win this match and to air other match to beat Carlton on goal averages. In their last encounter College oeat College Old Boys by potnt. SMREY MAY BEAT MIDDLESEX LONDON. July 21. paved the M y'i first Even with their four test playinnings' lead of 91 Fishlock in -till look his last season and in what will hkc being too good for Middlesex be hi? last appearance at Lords. ntua Denis Compton at Lord's. At failed by only five to obtain hi* the close of the second day Hidcentury. dlesex held a slender 70 run lead Successful batsmen today were th only five wickets in hand Yorkshire's Tad Lester who made Fishlock. ind baUman. was former Cng thi aaai hi %  Ml." 1'ahlM to, WlirU l>l I. %  % % %  1VUMII aiaiutfwi c Cos b C M-Uh.-. %  %  i IBtil lit w I. a Mullhrw* Ktne lliw b 0 •!!-• %  Matlhca ffK fcwb 2 ,V Alli-.o. li %  Co* I. M < LMkr III* b r CMl .. %  .ii ., tfVfe> -ruilP I. <; Kinfl n.,t OUI ana i N l -ely. H.o L.i.iM %  high 1 %  Olympics Diary Wedaaaday. July l£ a.m. FBNC1NO (foil, team competition. amlhn,\, a.m. 0YMNABT1C8 '•• a.m. MODERN PEN TATHLON (fencing) 1 m BOW I NO (aotalanal*) 10 a.m. TRACK AND FIELD (dlacir*. qualification) 10 a.m. WRESTLING (free MM 1 p.m. YAOIITIKO 1 pm. OYMNABTIC8 3 p.m. FENCINO (foil team competition. anal) 3 p.m. TRACK AND FIELD (900 m. heats, pole vault, final; lOO n. ladle*, seminnal-. dlsciw. final; 5,000 m.. heaU; 100m.. la diae, final 900 m 2nd heats) 1 p.m. ROWING (semi finale) T pas, WRESTLINO (free style) 7 p.m. HOCKEY (match for 3rd place). 0.8 Thif. ewled II. (llwnio e down eight rv.nr.irf R.ii..<. IS-ITPL T. Q > d took seven wicket* u i u 11. SHOOUM; Donald Bailey's effort for thi> %  in much the same as it did for Barney Ewell at tht London Olympics in 1948. Bailey UM 201 metre'. nl indlca%  will succeed. Itenimino. who not even hi* own countrymen knew much about be_ overs took seven wickets for 2fl run*. O. Burke captured three for "A7 !" £3£ m „ ,v k SkiU Shoot badges Ten Qualify For k Pickwick were all out In their first Innings for 77. Of thin opener M. Lashley made 27 and H. R. Uiahley 16. L. Hoad conUibuteH 12. Oiympioi began."firVt'g^e **"£"* (*T S^SP. V S"! notice of his ahilitv when he ran ,ook flv w ck ,s L tor v^ In away with the first heat in the wera of which three were maidama tlmo as BaOev, He cemt """ E llmn took two for 9 """beck in th. second heat yesterday ln ei hl '""a and L Kin K took to gain a eloea w Lory from Tt.eo ,w fo / '*' runs in one over nnd dore Saat of Holland and again he lnr ** Du u v %  me 10 4. To-da\ Central have so far made 143 in the Semi-Fmal, however, h( w for the lots of three wicket*. beaten by MrKenley in' the ^oddard, an opening batsman. same time and it was therefore all m ad* 41 before being run out. C urprlsing wnen he w.in H,n<1 has 44 not out to his credit the final Remigino is the forcew hulc F Storey contributed 20. Upe or lunner who leaves no i^ 1 wickets were taken by 1 Withe Wells foi doubt that he Is putting everyJackie Hoad and respectively. thinR he h-is into it His style reW and 17 I me ttimething erf John .. % %  — %  ... .„__ Cloddnrd ts he iippcars to run with EMPIRfc—LODGK more strength than speed. He also Empire played Lodge at Bank holds his head forward and It H H Matihn b Kins trick by E. Denny. In over he took the | Price. Blspham and W( Regiment arara n out In (bail %  —-— flmt |nn-ngs for 128 runs. Policeii, Bn 7i! have tit fir lest one wicket for A Br,.-„. M runs. AI an Ishmael topaenred for the %  ^oldien with 45. He wai caught >• "•nl"*' by wicketkeeper kfforrli off Ino K.. l ^^7' n "„. m bowling of anannan J BratnA %  iiinr c a t> Kin* wni'e eentnbuted 15 nnd L. Par"•'?"w • T %  *'" % %  b L Kini rls 13. Five MniHens fUj IABUHI, ...LI.J O...ILV, i Estra. Tout dor a wi<*e... io-r. ...<-. IM _. .. BOWLINO ANALYSIS M i'".'i,.v. n.., H Run.. '" Wllll.. K •' li-ktn lb* | I* Chi. b B Ai > rua mi b K A \" ToM not out I' Knlfhl II... K H tbpr < %  i.ki>r f.tfufour balls and took %  ts for four run*. In reply Empire scored 148 before declaring. R. Norvlllo topTotai BOWtINO ANALYSIS %  : Rrankvr Arrttr p rt | howlng in the 100 metres eeptlonal. n* il Is seldom thnt as n man BTOWl old) r bfi improves on short distance Instead of longer Mthough It was very good for Jamaica to get the second place In this important event, one if McKenlcy'a preference 3<; not out and E. Jones 21. for sprintu will not jeopardisethe For Lodge. C. Deanc and V. i hancef of his team in the nll-imBrookes took two wickets each for port ant 1.600 metrea relay. four and 29 respectively. Three Mnrc Medals A; h '^'^ %  i>---i't m.-i w... in add.t.on to .he hundred tS^^J&TarSS^ em* Of the day Kt,d two of their Gciorg( G||krs was he winners broke Olympic records reacfUl bowler for Leeward. He iJ'ea* A* 0 .* f"".*! 1 V*. "V*. a *'** flvc ***" 'or 35 runj in _.S.A. final for the first throv () *' yards. The elglu beat scorers ware L'apt. C. K. E. Warner 96, Lt. E H. Goddard 95, Mr. G. F. Pilgrim 94, Major J. E. Griffith 93. Mr. L. W. Hasj.tf-11 93. Mr. G. E. Martin 92, P.C. O. snepherd 91 and Sgt. E E. Edwards 91 In the N.R-A. Non-Central Competition the above eight an others have qualified for Skill %  id Mr Major A. DvV. Cha M. G. Tucker Owing to the B.T.C. Hace--. which hove disorganised the proih 56 H. Rrewster made r amme. the next shoot will rx On August 16. This will also be i Spoon Shoot at 300, 500 and 600 yards. The Martinez Shield will h*) ,iot for around the middle of August. THE WEATHER REPORT YKSTEKIIAY. Rainfall from Codxtngton: ml Total Rainfall for Month to data: 2 63 In*. Hlgaeal Temperature: 86.5 F. Lowest Temperature: lib 'F. Wind Velocity 10 nule. per boor Barometer Muy, tin iio.tuig varj pa an unA d li to nig ereou, LAS Oiner not out batsman a Chelc lennaBi who u. five. ', Frana luylor. one ol Iha Emi„ pire opening batiman i a %  J iiomi, ioi ins team m theu f; maicn aguinut wnnueiei %  Bank fl. Hall. J. oynot', WtaO looked as •* %  Itiougli he too would mess %  cenluiy, was caught by aacCnJer) off me bowiuig of Snaata fa Be. Empire won the tus and batted. Tliey occupied the wicket Ioi UM entire day and mode J4B. L %  topscored with 105. A B. Clarke eollUlbUle.l 45. I Bow.ing foi th-' lla\ team. v. Skccle captured lour wieki-i 66 runs in Tl overs. H. O. Ram%  aey bowled 15 overs and took *' three wlcketl for 68 runs. A. O. Scale took two fir til! in In DVM Not one of the Wanderers bowlers waa able to bowl a maiden ova "' II Kins HI ..j n Mtlhw Ifl l,,,. "n\ H.i-i-i its %  lea r-. i Nirkto sa l-iim-M — Ul lni.O.1Iibmarl e wkpr. MWTI*. b Sliannun *S Bhini %  b c-nriar II inilllipi b Drnni \ 0 lirathite b Denr" M ply b Shannon IS Price b llrnny I IH.pli.ru h P-niiv 0 WrekH b pr IU i> a Pani> c a 1> I l-.-.l.r not out ri.rkr l> Dnnv aatna Total si Kniiht Hop* I m mi OK AHALVsn $ r i BOWl i\; ATIAI.VS.IS Rmllli 4 0 %  aal] 4 o % % %  !.. %  — Ul I...,.,,,. aaiv not out i ii.iiup. I'l%.llciihli. nut OUI % %  Ire. Total ifor I wicket) nOWI.IKO ANALVSIS O at Phillip. t 0 "PaaiTAN %  WINOWAH%  aaraw p|Unita i|*r 1 ulrk'Ki SpaiUn Ul Inni.i. H. Pan it l.h*. i. wukir r. fd' e -iEvelyn )• Thomi 11 n Mmn. run out I H rum*i c Wood b Tnornton Cad Wood • %  Atklaion b Thornt. Arc M*tuVw. I b ThornU itraoioii b Tkornlon N MtdfoiU lb b Tfco.nlon C -kinnrr c It Fartwr b ThoinK pel oul Etira. b S. lb I Toll I low I IN(i -v our II F*niwr 8 0 3 D Wilt: it4 1 1Oreonldar 111 N Thornton III 1 41 H r'.rmc-i w Olympic record of 57 feet, 1.4 liiehoo-. Clarence Hooper was sac and and James Fui-hs, world 18 leeord holder, was third. — In the long lump J. C. BbTle and u ^ ^-TOItrJnanpirtw •i M C Gourd.ne. both of the U.S.A.. Hl Tl "'V'7^u ,,^ were first and second whUa Odon uilTTtSS^£^tS^rA' w. roideai of Hungiu-/ was third. BU.,. iLi^"| ^L^^w-a ?" I Cn.r.r^ooSTt'he'S.&A. w"i &23K* gffejl !" E W rt M-i..v broke the Olympic reF o7 rWdatlnn Mr e„H--.. S in his *cond .00 metre burt,.?-^^ J'i,^ I anjiltoli oven, and Mr. Callender three s**wi'kcts for 26 runs in 15 ..ver.. Foundation have lost five wickets fi r 63 runs. Mr. Jones Is 24 not *. „„.rd ,„ b. T r &,£]f h W COred broken was set up by Glusepj" Ooidoin in the 50 kilo-Ti. PAA die heat, easily won the .__ daj in the same time of 50.8 <>nds. Jinn l.ituev of Russia wi vecond and John Holland of Ne> /.r.iland third. 1 E. Griffith took three Waring to bis friends os he ...tcrJaptlxVed ta.i n fir TT** N idlum far ahead of the J& £?-j 2 ilao ;ippeiireii to be the At i-Vfiiitn .*.-. u-. %  l II. -ecordnnght m iwinrf75 p.lhWr ^ Letter, had he St KZS!l&3g&*2 &9!* lend st.11 luti before breaking ^ 9y HMUI \J2LZ!! \Vi tap< ind raited nil handaB l" t J Norvuie topscored with 'ho air as If posing for the benefit u/i-j,..-—. ._ t _, ~ tographcTs. h Wn 1 ? wa / d in th r,r nra mnings have lost four wickets for 33 runs. I % %  luii. for Erdiston, Deane took id C. Tudo Menial llospiljil — Y.M.P.C. Mental Hospital met Y.M.P.C. at Beckles Road. Mental 11were first lo occupy the wicket. The Black Rock team knoB(* up 68. C. Yarde topacoreil with 23. The only other uatMnan to ante* double uures raa Cail Williams. He scored IB before he wag bowled by K. A Bsranker K. Brankei took foui wicke*.. for 11 runs And Rudy Austin law* f< 12 runs in 13 overs. In reply Y M IT ..re 65 for th loss of two wickets. Bei lfoyos. one of the Y.adl'l Ing batsmen, has 39 not < nt hi credit. Both wickets wertoken by II. Hope Windward met Spartan at Congo Road. Sprrt;in won tha nnd elected to bat. The Park tear%  st.,rte.l bitdly. b.ivlng lost four wicket* for 41 run* llo*evNoel Wood joined Chose at the t. Price ,. 1 0 11 J III at ho %  1 tr S 0 4 I til. I % MMII.II. I ".|"rr I nn.hr — Ul I.,...., UOJIM r AlUtfnr b Pkfele 1 Taylor r Mub b Skoelr J Brnuo MrCl.t... I. Skrete Ckarka r b 8 luiwi.tNf. UfAl Van II AltiiKun WIM.U4 — Ul IneMf. N Thornton c CumhTilvtcli b Hajtoed 1. T r.tnior Ihw, b Skinner It AOina-m r-.l .,ut %  1*4*1 %  nol oul Total liar 1 wlrkel.i BOWLINO ANALYSIS O. M R 1' Skinner S (l |g N MHforrt 0 SO I' 4 1 II s rii, u i, %  IMKI. I 0 14 nt Ktvua .t-oMiiasMrnr !-...-.< (far S lebrl%  Pl.kt.1,1 — I.I IM.1I.!. A V. TMII-I 1 Mi South li Hral\ < oMiirawiar completed the course 1 UTS, 28 minutes, 7.8 S*o*i-„_ ^TH"" "" *T" nds Second man Josef Dolcxal I'"L WickeU far S1 """ '" nine < /t'choslovdkiu also broke tk orld record Tliird t Anrai w r.r1,1 I.M B ,, I.eka of Hungary Kjshiji o Gri n idK14. M,„ dl Marjerie Jackson of Australia J, 'J* c>M *'er 4 to. M R new. ray with both her heats in < nuacaMRar. 1.1 i n u.. [-..(: Mill metres, doiiiK ll.fi "-"wwood 1. ,n... .3 Q ;I • mi Fannv Blankcrs-koeti '"' *JJJ,i u Jf e 3 ,D '12_ D In her secondVat by ,eKW^a !" V-4 M V r W K I alarlg Sander of Germany _M Lahi*v n 11 n 1 Arthui Wlnt won his 800 metre %  ini-fin;.! but did not appear tn J, VTB*AI. M uasaa. (far a -kl.. m %  • %  goinj. its well as tllzheimer and a ooaaard 41 a mnd* not out 44 lore, J Hoad I tor *. W 1 for 17. -II 1, „ ., IOIIQK le* *mimm „ a* >lr. Hovoe 13.* R alavNi IS N. 8kMl. 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IAT, JULY 55. 1955 lt\RBAIX>S ADVOCATE PACF TIIRFF. Hearing Of Writ For Contempt Of I.C.T.A. Scientists Survey Apoporis River Court Continues ,co "w <** !" <***" RKSHT • from mr I tha law. it L lor you .'> I : %  %  Muih I "d been mad* both by l\. Mr. Walcuti. upon the judjmcni of the Juouited out to Mr. Recce that he would observe that the Judge had to deliver a charge to tha Mr. Reece held, however, that it did not mean that it would have the same binding effect. As he had said, he did not agree with the Act at all, and he thought it should be removed from the Statute Book. That tike Jury should try the Issue both on law and fact seemed to him t %  > It ip the Judge of all the authority that was Inherent in him. No Order for Coals He then returned V. the Hunte and Claike case to which other Counsel had made reference, and to which he also had been making reference and pointed out that one Judge had said that he thought the proper course would have been to refuse making an ordci on the application and give no order fo: costs on cither side. It was felt at the time the Order was made, the proper course would have been to refuse on the footing that there had been no contempt calling for the interference of the Court. Whercai the Judges of England had said no Order, it was for the present Jury when the matter came before them, to say that the Order should no) absolute. His Lordship at this jnilnt referred to the iiiguiuent made by Mr. Walcuit that it was for the Jury to say whether or not l here WHS contempt of Court, not to go into whether it was technical or not, und then leave the punishment to the Judge. Mr. Reece repeated that he was saying that it wa3 for the jury to say whether the Itulo lx* made absolute and His Lordship what the punishment should be in case the jury felt it not try to frighten the jurvmen Mr. Reece. however, assure 1 His Lordship that he had neve %  done that, and the observ.ittn i that the Jury wa* a Barb.lf;. i jury. Article's Influence He then referred to the Jud*iitem of the other Judge in the CM of Clarke and Hunte. it had %  veil been pui Itronger ". . I can hardl. any perenn of much intclligenc • Wing influenvcd by Hi.article. and I think it a not tn point o* fact in any way likely to preju dice '.he thaL .*' He also said that it had been forcibly expressed bv the Lord Chief Justice that there was thu Of the Court not to entrlrUng and useless uppliSo what he was submitting was that although It wa cal contempt in the case cited, it was not from the Judge's point of view sufficient to interfere with the stream of ju't o II" ana therefore asking the jury to look at ihe nature of that case. rhldh had been used, look at the absolutely innocuous words of the publication before them, and a^k them%  rnetber any intelligent person would lie Influenced In the matter of the trial of which they had heard so much, or whether there was noth Ing to prejudice the fair trial of n case. In other word*, he repeated, the essence of the offence was whether the words tended or were calculated or Wan likely to prejudice the fair trial And he was telling them that If they could not find that, no matter how strong the expressions might be. they would, have %  I guilty. 11. i.ierred to the case of Payi %  ..Mch had carii. • baan cited, to show he smd, that there had been strong terms u*ed and ad baan d.smlssed. and said that In other words, there had |o l>e something which reallv Intaratrad or was likely really to Interfere or was oaleolatad really to interfere with a fair trial. "Extraordinary Act" After again referring to the "Extraordinary Act." which gave the jury power to decide not only "lit on questions of law. • idea must have been to clip the wings of the Judge. He told them that having listen. 1 to all the authorities which had been cited by all thf counsel having heard all trie ;id nil the arguments. he was asking Uiem whether i nnt i'i the point of fact rIt law. Uw words complained of which were spoken bv Colonel Michelin and published in the Advocate were words which would tend to interfere with the f->ir trial of a person. You sit there as 12 intelUgen' men", he stressed. "Do you believe in point of fact that these words can tend or be likely It any way to Interfere with th< trial T" Thinking of the ordinary layman who might be empanelled to try the other issue, the hearM which it was held wouh: %  ere the words of '.lire ,(s would interferr v -h their ..eliberat'ons if thei were empanelled ? BU pointed out that U V-vv Steamship STVHT For <.HU(lcl;U|M just len inaugurated STl ., .; %  Hie d-Cmerstide(The Emerald Nie 1 mada ... i :< the largest of Guadeloupe': depe noenctaa. On the nmugur. i raa a grouD ol %  %  od i-icmN, ..f the (;. nersl Council and othc l It I %  I ... aaiantt %  od Pathologisl ind Mr i>. .i Tayio: TWO n i tm ""TPM an p.aurod (topi at WMteror Air Base fcta-s.. a lew mom ni 'for. ibe% took otf oil tin flr*t trans-AU.nUc night evsi attomat>-d by -fiyuig *i!iaaull*". With Wie.bsden. Qei many, as their goal, thr Coptari p'^nasd to auute Ux utopalvuthtr 3,800 usuUcsl mile route. Firot It the flight u Ptwu]iio I-le, Mmn %  330-mile bop. At bottom. Mac daM Spaclsll-t Leo Ot>dak (lft) of HatSfld. Mass.. sod Leon Jaimof Palmer, M*-s., install oxtra gs^ tanks in the 12-pasMngar compartn.ent of one of tfaa hallcoptsn. ^"(.'rnafiopind wB3 for them, the jury, to decldit on pogotj of law. but ho added thst his advice to them was that despite that, they could listen carefully to what the Judge had to say on any point of law His last point before the hmcJl adjournment was on what lu called the whole essence of the offence, whether it tended tprejudice the fair trial of a cose. Knur Steps durinj' the afternoon Mr. Heeee referred to a point on which His Lordship had aarUar In ttaa day directed him. and argued trial In England there were reallv foui steps Firstly, leave had to be obtained to apply for the Writ, secondly, taara was the application proper, which was tho application for the Itule Of Court, then came the daoanOBI >n the merit, on whh h 'he order was made absolute or not absolute, and Bhen loan WM the question of punishment. He said that as His Lordship wa well aware, In England ment for contempl of court wo' vaatry dlrVarant from what it was prior i i ihe pausing of the Judfdaj Act. in Lordship here lota that he did not quite see the point of the argument, and reminded Mr. Reece thai they were going entirely by trie local Act. In replv. Mr. Recce said he wns pointing out that the order to make attachment absolute in England reliant, to a local verdict of "guilty", and then the question of punishment followed. Mr. Reece went on lo point out that in England the Order was made e.lling upon I mnn "to show cause why he should not be attached. He went before the Court which went into the merits of the rase and either discharged the order or made that order absolute. Thereafter, if the Order wa-i made absolute, and then the Writ of Attachment was Issued through the Court. Mr. Recce stressed the serious nature of a Writ of Attachment, and said It was one in which the jH-rson against whom such a writ wns issued could be Incarcerated for a long period. In England although they used the form "to show cause why you hotdd not be attached. **jg In Barbados they empanelled a Jury which tried the matter, and they v ere the persons who determined not the person charged could be attached, by their I guilty or not guilt v. So uhal Tlieir verdiei of guilty" or "not guilty" was the same thing M an Order Absolute or Order Discharged. No Order Ahsoluie The point he was making was that on the authorities cited, "not milty~ meant no Order Abso'"i question of punishment. lie referred to a case in point. %  nd said thai the Judges of the Appeal Cuur. in n discharging lw person charged, were ,\,,„, .. Hi -i jury In Barbados did in %  guilty, Ha argued lur• % %  vn tlutt It the Judge* were doing I'l'v saying t guflty," then in.question which tbaj bed m irdnd at tii" ume of diachargmg the order •uaJ thw b i-i.i.-r.-i i ., ,u,, Baj bCffiai %  vK.iin His Lordship mteriKtlati and rarnlgaJad Cotutatl tint in diet was "not guilty", and connuing. Mr. Reece submitted that even in England, before they ime to trie question of punisheni. they had to decide whether %  he Order was made or not. His ord-hir poaXM nut that the whole question was. in spite of 'he argument, whether the matter iplained of tended to prejudi'-c he fnlr trial of the man. Kntilish fuse Law Mi. Hee.e <-nntiiiumg ssld that tk > In Harbadoa e,. rorOBd to use the English • On page 5 its holiday resorts, both for residents of (i. from outatdo the area, Tnt I I I %  l anff er g, and has. In addli 1(1 metre; In length %  baasn or 68 metres fJi II ;-iwered by eight :ues of 223 horsepowe %  tv % %  -,' %  %  % %  PRIVY COUNCIL • Inn rage 1. lawfuU* acqi. 1 : the i %  %  Thiee airlines operated lit chinr. du'-n.g the Civfl w., liMH, Shawcross continued, on. was American and owned In Claire Chcnnault ...i %  Ifffcil ng Willauer. They wen to the lielawar,' Cofporatton. The othei two hue Wlea Chinese. China Nstiona 1 .v Corporation whose ait craft lying at Hong Kong were the ion and thl ce ni J AnTrai i •IOI. .i i iiui.i Oorernmata orga Ikatlon that oper mi tern American ancrafl. Move To Hong Kong In the summer of HHH II %  aamad decided that two hna> would move to Hong Kong O* Novembei t, the President of thi %  %  -. .• c.i. ca for two aircraft to flv ostensihly to Hong Kong and h. i was aboard one of them. But j thjk) flaw instead to I'eiplnc I %  dome j as (he property of the Chinese 1'eople's Covcrnment and "th< 1 Mr. Chan", as he „ %  I cauad, wa* :.ppoime t Mntn Manager, neenidlni: to ftneweross The Bong Kong Coin I In Id thai I I il Hiittsh riS'ogiiHion ul ihi Oommunatl Oovernmeol was retroactive its from Octobai i .,: ownership of Ihe alrrroft. Hearing was adjourn* d until Tu. .1. -U.P ffiTKs or h:\cnA\vr --"I"" ST JULY. 111*1 vrw lORK lUnHo,' 71 t lO. I i I KM and I I I %  I bVara CsWr 1 ,I,.T.. %  f'ANAA MM **•.','. V,VkVM'.'.'. rf 7i i/is n i, siii>t n.ftin tnv %  Pr ( .i.i. Cunnr. % %  • %  i'i aOver m f\ ,.k-, ^s^* BULOVA WATCHES Only i few in stock o.s the ffUOtl is limited. BUT YOUR BEST BET IS TO GET ONE Thpy are real magic when it comes In quality. 17 Jewels (*uarHnteed Y. De LIMA A CO.. I-TO. %  'i I si. ..ni (it. and Marino Gardens YES SIR/ n %  the I I M MI;. A PMasaftra Flavour Always Rlaht— THAT IS S&SRUM MODERN HEAVY DUTY MASSEY HARRIS Proudly cliosen hy worlil-l'iiiiioiis people for themxilirr. . mid an yiftx VHASS a i MI # S UM. KQltf.UK.\r Jut try il and II * w.ll be .vour^ always J, STUAIIT & SAMPSON j (1938) OB. .\ lle_dqurtem for Br-t Rum J llulidav inlfrlainwfnl J; • i I i in i In CRASS LOADER SIDE DFL1VFRY RAKE AVAiLAttLE IIIOM STOCK. Secure Vour Requirements Now COURTESY GARAGE 'IIOIMTI TIIOIII I imifrd) Wiiil. -r:irli lid. — lfti.il IliICi MIXLTt) thx £ SLICED HAM | LAMB TONGtE* l a Uaa ^ CORNED MUTTON In tl B ROAST BEEP In ffgsj B VEAL LOAF ID Uns ^ LUNCHEOV BEEF In tU Ang Our Posalsr I FIVE STAR ROM EVCE & CO. LTD. %  A a. ROEBnCK KT %  *OVK*/0ajo***eA'.I li" New Parker '> I' i the el ion t illuHtrious i^oplfi all over UM v.iirkl — both for personal use. %  I il-o a* n Hpwial gift. Kamoiit.trvfiMin. leaders in husinew "Wfor. women who set Ihi fashion for the world—ail • • proud to own and use it; witli %  ' %  iticaj are aigned. and famou>kare writu-n. .'or someone whose affection i vsiui-. a Parker '61' would gsj a most discerning present >our own use, nooomparal'l' tfjkj iriHtnnncnt has ever been // 90 Parker'51' i! arf#< steal sajnalad pen A. S. BRYDEN & SONS (Barbados) Ltd—AfcnU. i .i l H!-' i(i|.KTRI< |M. aav are fcHt-.i J AISVIM as. %  %  MV4MW '' • %  ram ID.i ,iii 'KiM sail nau •> %  i-.). (e jtKW MATUHK.i. .rw /•** %  n %  • g**j 'i • KIW KM) %  >I • HS.W iiui.i paj Doctors Frove A PAKTY OF SCKBNTU'TS from the Imperial O .v.iKLilture arc i OV in Colombia InvcatlffAtUi) pCaig Hivcr. agM 0 llaa upper tnbu Armzon, in search of new Oncao ty pfa i tns> v\^ the Hrit. Waait African i*:ica RCsWRrcl ration el i:* CJovi man ol C >l( Dr. U 1. A new -taamship service link*hultes, who has had long exing up Guadeloupe and its dependpe £* nc *-?L M 1 1 ,or " t •"" A Lovelier Complexion in 14 Days /*J*m liile -ollecling cacao types for lie United Stales Iiepan 'Vriu'liliuri' The Imperial Colol three in u condltloiu in tin i axpaetad lo be ardulua, a aeries <>t rallafi baa baai .tnuigocl. so thst nobO -a liian thn-e n I sdtoput a break. The tdvance partv consists uf Mr r w. Cope. Senior plant breeder lo the B.W.I Cacao Rewwrr^ scheme, who heaoa "ie .-xnedit..n; Mr. H E D. Maker. Plant Tor a Briehtcr. Fresher Cor.; emi I .r.e Prlmolivc Ml .is Ooctars Admsed ^W Bntomoh^Mxist The rxpeditlor pUUU to follow the m.ifi. using aluminum canoe* fitted with i These ran be the msiti paranona, and from rivelo nvcr. hv Ihe cataluU v. huh ojriies supnltes to and from ihe rubber, cacao and chlcli .,1 Colomleading iWin tpetiolitu peeved Ira* *.#... i* ....*•.*•..<. •.Im.l... i.of . n i.p.... <0'-"""—-^ 2 (sr *0 ..•!. Mill iMBraai In many way* oily thin lean •* %  )•. >-a, aWras Ian eily —duH, drnb Vln wondtifvly 1 ••" %  aanrnr* aHfflMBr. Coo'.e-ioelonp thin oppei't flrtr New Air Service MAHTINIQUE A new i reeacdls .1 in.si; mque and Guiidel"'iiv UIMtt] lb ile of Air Antilles, a airvlcickssj ba A„ Prance The new ."rvlce will offer three flight* .• Wanda, at ta ,i|i|iMii.il>ly cheaper than rompafi a Wttleb at present D islands on their ilco IHRnta ThiD> i liute M. in-' tlnlaiitc %  %  runway %  ow in couraa >f eon I i %  • 'i complaled MAIL NOTICES ir*l IXHiiinlc "view From all poui-'.i the woHds J'GCEST sualicarbuy! fa* KIOJWI M. 'I.inptlSSljISI LK.S.fd hrdfakc bul... •I.IIIMJ e^ t hr n aaih %  • % %  > *-aJ>hl> m UM nx-lMa. t.mcSnof. Two So u Saloon •ma CnMStt Ul m iaki •uu lot • anHaMlfi*loB H*a ami (Bur* So* iMIa % %  cu*U l-r." [ 9* *•*""*" Bib — boyond belitf! FORT ROYAL GAGAGE LTD. 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I'U.I rorn l!M(!!MMIS ADVfKATi: kV. .Ill BARBADOS^ ADVOCATE cA....r-r"-—-n=— %  %  -r i Tm*d*.v. Jui.v 22, 1152 War Against T. B. In The Colonies IIOMK MAK1X4SOME years ago a resident of the linush paper suggesting that there were too many conferences and toa many upturned OOCh glaaAok at Government House parties in the Uritish Caribbean. The suggestion behind this picturesque description of high living was that anal>v s of West Indian problems would m ' them. Onl; direct contact with the problems would lead to their solutions. Perhaps some similar thought n lubeicuiucis, an i ed widely In U H 0 He r Welsh National School of M,dill, ppoJu nl ihis morning's session of the confeiencc which was entirely devoted to an exchange of information on tuber: British eoIonJ tories. Professor Heaf was %  u m i n ll.j :':;ber of papei had been read by Colonial health officers and re| live* of voluntary or;.' :ti the work of combatting tuberculosis. There w. s a Iho treatment of tuber%  %  though fortunI attitude m decrease. Many of the UttvM undergoing treatment for tuber, culmis failed to understand being done for them. Doctors had gn.ii dlfl getting then I" remain in hospital whrn they began to feel %  Heaf. there were new dnifll which gave relief in %  matter of a few months', and these gav*' the patient a feeling of such wtU-batu that he thought he was cured long before the trcati.lcted. The co-oporation of UM natlva sufferer, b* al i. %  i.ui.ii ui (be treatment of tubcrculosi*. "We must .in understand what Wt ring to do." he added. When co-operation of Uie M1 i M believed %  vaid to the turn %  would f.ill in every one tif our colonies. %  probably tho n •erles of pi i %  %  ilosls in %  serious but not hopel< men and women engaged |o the fight against this a lgt g doing valuable work, often 110 der the WOMl condjtloi which they had Mfl| I, %  !; to this country wi-ie "really work* considerina that in many 1 i ..i health offtca and |and HI antt-TB work il off from the modern facilities available in Ui in I r Heaf stressed that no itlon could be made about the best method of stnmpng out tuberculosis lit onies. Each colony m out its own plan, based on carercfa and investigation by the men on the spot. There was evidence, he con%  ves could withitand the disc ,%  • ;, %  well body, proi were improved. Ant>tubereuloku measures must therefore go forward side by >idc with other public hoaltn services. Treat.. uld haVi? to be established to follow up the work of u.-ignii;, vestigatu %  ridencc of local pof would be loot Ilu* these things ive Rracnally. Professor Heaf criticized the expenditure of large sums of tubeu-uloM' in tin* colonies, he % %  in many others, from lack 01 king great I study the latest im-ihods. We must sprcod know led--?, and on inch will %  l know and serve • He paid tribute to the N.AP.T. for the bad gtvau ui this work. Mr. Lyttelton pointed out that With the decline m i!"incidence of malaria, tuberculosis now list Of killer diseases. It *as one of the gravest and %  .lUthoiiUes in the Co'onpire. ... out oi lubercalosii has often been regarded aj b purely modkal toncern.' the rj lontinued. I utc again Uiat u^" ^oon acUun bjall mm-| fcers in a conuiiumv crowding, lack of Irc-di air. bad or poor feeding. * .<• to the spread of pr. therefore, from being a medical matter the bo many other subjects. and %  bova all the wide spread of knowledge la necessary about Idssoea of 'his terrible scourge." Melton aaJd there were but the Colonial people were beginning to be more awaro of the dangers and WCTC W !li" to help more whole-heartedly In the measures Intended to overOUBM H. Th. re wut, however, a long way to go. He extended his warmest ;d gratitude to the voluntary organizations which have >ern assisting in this work. "There are few objects which should attract our sympathy and our help more than this." he Dr. E. D. Pruiie. Chief Medical Officer. Colonial Office, said tuberculosis was a very serious health problem—probably the gravest problem of all. %  is no reason whatever fur complacency," he said, "and than has been in ,v itli tuberculosis should merely stimulate us to further %  tubeKUlOsdj had recently reen appointed in the Colonial Office Bd the importance the authorities attached to the disproblem should be tackled from all ungles, and each work out its own pi m for dealing with it. Uiu '-die closer Great Britain and the Colonial territories can v.ork together in solving the tubc.-culosis problem the better V read by Dr I. Ir.iiggi.. tuberculosis specialist. Lusaka. Northern Rhodesia. Dr. %  %  .1st. Log" charge r a tuber.aloiiis survey Z that area. Dr. H P. F. Foriiy director of %  %  %  J. AH. I^VOlpiUrre, director of .'. i: 'iiIi G, H. Garllck. medical director Singapore Antl Tuberculosis Association. Dr. L. G. Poole. tubuiculosis officer. Tamavua Hospital. FIJI, Dr. M. L. Freedtor of n.euKal ser^ces, Ilccliuanaland, ana Dr w •• Vlckem. director of raw ^ingapore\ News From Britain I.ONDON. Julv 11th. | r, i !. . !i Julm. on, n • g C interbuj i. ceruiinl.v I t spectacular news of the week Rg arrived In Lond> D I UWI -eroll written i %  Chine % %  ffbiob he i.dd he would like to deposit in library within the ury. %  tinRed I< .ii '. with his Bowing white bate—about which bo i< inordinately vain respondents he had proof*' ttaot the United Stales for. .:. %  not bring any proof with him. i.ii ..11 im reports won ,-oise. He cjmld explain nothing, and brought nee. \ m tii' ro i Qulti in upr< r iout tho DOUB. Mow can this sighted Mid erodulou i continue to hold Ma Canterbury and at the some Una aid the Cotnanunlst cause hv publicity and (alaa wttnessT ARWn. everyone >: aakbUJ whethor ha ul* ua%  eroll in the library of Cand-t The Dean of Canterbury la, appoint ril, orAcially by tho i>ut ins name b put fonrard by the Crown on the i ivko "i tha Prune %  r ue Had Doan* 1 obtal %  lifelong appoint)!.cut %  bury because he OBUgbl uf Mr. Ramsay MacDonald ai one of thi i Ministers of the Church. al Birmingham was another similar appoiri i Itemsay MacDonald). %  iic.i ui Canterbury, once t.ppotutiU 1-IKL.1.,I i'.i-.'i, Urn high dignitaries o( th> Church can only be removed if I It would I.' Ml to %  a i ieni Ithou could cog* long tenun Into Ihe Itritufi C% %  i • dim* utt to maki %  one misguided old run or tho Our BIrjnlt-rs Say : %  hvilih yigki n Sm cetm dttor, rha -in SNI. Thaw kindly a reception to the recent productlu:i of Twelfth Nigh;' may bo interested to II I .prise came out financially, 1 veil': company B 01 ihould be high.y ancourajUng who want to IU lha Pocke I play of | Barbados, You will not. clal success of the und I %  %  sight. '1' i Council subvention of $19912 is by f.\VID TEMPLE ItORERTS cloak of office. v. Hewlett Johnson is li. IT, i Cant' rl ,.IJ; he doe %  ah for the Church of England; and he is nnt head of the Church of Bnj %  ODH people ...ii .....-, think. Moscow must Hud hi uable, though. A cartoonist, this week, had the last He showed a new idea of tho Commissar for Propaganda. A whole row of Hed Dv.ns, fully, i WUra drawn up f"r Slalin's inspection. Tin %  trator was made to echo, sarcastically, the germ warfaro propaganda, and to plan ttu 'each 'Red Dean" should l-o dropped in a metal container on i ..leu in Wedern capital: • • \:. i-rican Victory Tlie liner United has probably won the Blue Riband of the Atlantic for VOBra t.i rnmn. People lure with a combative sprit were rather hoping that the "Queen Elizabeth*' wouUi have .i b al the Muc Ri United States. Probably "Lit" could taka tew houn off the time "Mary" t*t but she certainly car.i. tiie "United S 1 Tlie Cumin Company is maintaining; a dignified tone It will be several yuan before %  British thin Ii ready to challenge the "United Stat. In a MOae the Ameri" i I part battleship. It has been built with a large — because of IU value in wartime o If the Cunerd Crrniid obtain %  similar aubaldy from tiie aar vto ai it aOdld c:>mmiS'ion two Hut white the Queen* arc ser%  nd oan each oarry %  \ bole drrl troops — the Brtttota %  %  ship owners to budd tnothOp i Riband challonaat. A much mme serious problem than Npeed faces the transi i hues. Bomellme in 1953 or 1954 the Comet n tivn i ii.. 11 i a there will be no aerial discomforts to drive passengers to UN Class Cabins of the great liners. "l*t Class' will bd doomed. Already It is halfempty More and more imcr* will havo to rofil themselves a* • %  one-class" lats. with uio gradation of luxury, comfort and Una removed. From Chtauco "I tlilnk I'm going to w Ml | DC*. . The Isritish Presa has been ..vei-whelmuly pro-Eisenhower in its "unconscious bias", certainly the reporter! n Chicago have tried hard to tell us what is actually happening;. But %  Rise n bower's chaoiccH nava ttetn their reports have grown increasingly jubilant In tone. One ot Hie cfneral assump. tions in Britain is that Truman v.'11 wi'i. 1 : clslon not to stand again is completely ignored by the shrewd. • • • Last Clans Londoners never loved their trams like they adore their buses. The red ''dajuble-ikekers", that foreigners always feel arc going to fall over as they waaaa thmuph the street* are Ihe recognised badge of London. But trams clang. Trams are noisy. Trams were always shabby, and usually had wooden %  cats. And they we: driven out of central London to tho great charttcss wastes of South London. The faahksoabsO Londoner often takes buses. But the tiam he hardly touched— iva f'tr a rare ride down the embankment. But la*t Sunday night tendon's last tram sailed, (that jcems the right varbl) I the dark slreeti of South l/ndon to its final depot at New Cros^. The Haver, the presr photographer*, and a crowd of hundreds waited to greet the i II on Its tray to oblivion. The time was half past midnight. We were paying homage. %  -' %  My, UM last tram I I.ft. twenty-JHc Bttd ".ercrnw.ied. iIried to board It along Ihe route. Indeed all "id Loodonon with nostalgl. childhood, waited for one of their last trams In order to savour again, (without tho need io VI.H Glsejtow or Black>e lollipop delights of "Tl tOp. •MALA1 A-Ihe Fads' LONDON, A suitable sub-title for the new official publication, "Malaya—the Facts Behind the (light be. "An Intelligent Man's Guide to the Unknown War." For this slim volume of facts and figures about the Malayan emergency obviously assumes no previous knowledge. The facts are presented in the question and : form so dear lo Government publi;cisia. They begin with the vital statistics of the fighting forces engaged—25,000 British soldiers, sailors and airmen, 10,000 Gurkhas. five battalions of the Malay Regiment, two battalions of the King's African Rifles and one battalion of the Fiji Infantry Regiment. UM next question asks what these forces andoing in Malaya, and the reader is told, with disarming simplicity, "Exterminating Communist terrorists." Fortunately, the booklet goes on to give some useful information on the background tn the emergency. It relates how the "shootin, iftr" si tried when the Malayan ComH Party failed in their attempt lo gain control of the country through the trade unions. There is good reason to believe, it goes on, ih i the decision to abandon "peaceful penetrj tinn" in favour of open terrorism was tai en at the Second Congress of the Commi nisi Party of India, which was held under cover of the Calcutta Youth Festival in 1948. When one comes to the question: "What would the loss of Malaya mean?" one finds the highly-publicised economic wealth of the country relegated to fourth place in the list of reasons why Britain is determined to elimni.de the Communist menace. The first three reasons are as follows: 1. That with world affairs as they are, the loss of any territory to the Communists would be serious: That the loss of Malaya would soon lead to Communist domination of the whole stretch of southern Asia between India and China; and 3. That .i Communist Malaya means Communism across one of the world's main highways. It means o centre of Communist nfcciion right down among the East Indian slnnds. And it means that Australia and New Zealand are directly menaced. A fifth reason why it would be a bad thing those who are fighting there. .'Jur should il be criticised on the grounu. 'hat its information is of the "basic" typ* There is a great need for just that sort of nformation—though one might be excused for wondering why the Government has ailed so long before giving it. If there is any serious criticism to be made is thai the booklet costs one shilling. The facts behind the fighting in Malaya should be m >ra widely kn'.wn—and by more, people iv willing to pay one shilling to learn them. %  v.*v,*,*,','.'.'.'.• :;',','.'s,'s w,w,v/> c oaaaaato>assas*Sj I* 3 TS MM O O Mi s. The Widest Selection in Town. | On Sut.ul \l>\<)1.Vii: SI l7/OW.7Y>. n covered bj the b;ilI .md <: $32.73; and. "i •jnoll is now ii. of I ttsMtrll rohe which Could .oil.inUy Dot bo bought from any rostumuv fcr ihe $222 00 atuanrOd 00 lha Mot A total of $67.26 was rotalra louab arranged, i I Ihe Barbados il of the %  il RujpieOB, and $58.45 bj Oodrington College for local chariI these sums do not apslieet. It may be added that my small advisory commlttrc and I ptoforDO profit* should %  eeruo to us for the final portofmance which was pivrn before some 300 school chil College, or from the 5alc of programmes al any perfo. You wilt appreciate that purpose in making 1 these facis public is not to show how clevo. we all were, but simply to demonstrate that what could haw been regarded as a "highbrow' production which could only be put on because Briti.*;i I finances were at the bock of il I l 'um out to be a m nay-m aking concern, it does it others COOb a similar produd.on need not be deterred by foar of finac I fchCi:'. Ihi! the British Counci'. Is not recouping itself for the original the sum of %  thus availnbl. line Madi In the furtherance of • he drama m Barbados. mSELY TUCKER. It Is Now The (usloms Who Are 'Wonderful' Britain's Policemen Have Rivals THE men who ask "Anything to declare" a thousand times a day at London's airports are talcing top place from Britain's policemen in the esteem of visitors from all parts of the world. Travellers are going home full of praise fur the courtesy and friendliness of the Customs officers. Typical comment from an American business man before taking off for New York was: "Your Customs officers are a lirstemant for Britain. "When I came in it took them exactly three minutes to clear my luggage. "And Americans I met while in London told me they found British Customs the quickest and most efficient to negotiate." British visitors to New York find it takes anything up to two hours to pass through controls at the airport. At London Airport the average time for a passenger to complete formalities is Iwanty minutes. And the Customs part of it normally lakes under five minutes. —L.E-S. ojjfeess Wmm Wk sVgM tku IWdo StbetitmJ GALVANISED C'ORRl'Ci.VILD SHIli-TS 6 ft.. 7 II., 8 It. Gauce: 2G — 21 — SO ALUMINUM SHEETS • ft, • A Guast: 24 Also GALVANIZED KGU lor KlUGINfi. DOWN' PIPES. EAVE GUTTERS. GUTTER RESTS AND WATatUBAM. C. S. PITCHER & CO. i'h. i IT.' cfhis ween, niOfi people aiv considering cJhe ifniportancc of UJemtj ibarnest — %/thhough tnv J(ousr of JJa Oo#Ja lay stress on r/lw • importance of .liana ibarnest every day ana ewnj month <>f trie year — x/tna this, it U felt, is reflected in the \~-ompantjs ouymy punctj. with a resuflatit excellent variety of stock in ail departments ana, most important, at prices within reach of allSo naturally. r JJa Costa & Co., Xtd. deem tt timely to suyaest to the gtnem public that they make the necessarij ananyements tins week to see and pidi/e for I hem selves. till that is meant fuj — "THE IMPORTANCE 0, BEING EARNEST" %  TOMIJIV* 4B>HM! We have large stocks of Super Rice, Bacon, Butter and Cheese. Phone To-day—We Deliver RoMr/ to l B r|>arr MM Krisplcs Com Flakes Shredded Wheat Cream of Wheat Weet-a-bix rablum Farex Bacon Cjlves Liver Bacon HIT own Bran Muffins arftb Posts Bran Flakes 37c. per pkf, %  lies! ArrivoJ Heinz Mnyonaisp Hotrn Vogs able Salad i Hams in Tins Carr't Cream Crackers Carr'i Cheese Crisps SPECIALS S-up. 8oz.—22 Chocolate Nut Roll 14c. %  Italian Kttchuo 46c. ire 74c. luslard 25c. ittM 24c. per pklt. carorulty tho life you save may be your PHONE TO-DAY — WE DELIVER GODDARDS



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-•2. 19S2 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGr FIVE Hearing Of Writ For Contempt Of Court Continues • Frm r 3 nun of necessity the position WM in England. Hi; Lordship cx:irely dif%  %  W rejoined that it was i>n ;he question it not upon the iJudges found the man guilty or not Kull'.y of npt complained of and %  rnoao absolute or %  dos tht there was no contempt, and that tho unploined of WOM ncvi-r novor Mnd lo lice Hh I M-n.indcd %  that the judges did not say so, and that they had said that the matter was prejudicial, Ileece rejoined that he hod read passages from "Fry", and he did not think it could be more clearly stated. That might be a tba offence aluhough trivial, amounted to a contempt. On the facts and the quootlon of Law, ba Barbados. It jury. Punishmaol was something which could only Bow from the time the Order was made absolute. Principle Hcc : fTectcd In their Judgment whe I the matter came before them, lie K the Jury that same HP wanted to say right away that the article -hou'd be read as a whole. re it another person, whether a witness or not, could in no Waj ..fleet their opinion on the words. In other words, whatever might nave actuated Colonel Michelin; Or whether he would or would not use those words again, Wbotfal r Mr. Vantcrpool expressOd any opinion either in the Press or otherwise, that did not affect the issue. The Issue, Mr. Reece, submitted, was a very 'imple one. "Do .:s tend or are they likely to pollute the stream of justice, Or lh t they may, he would pui ii no higher, prevent, or hinder justice from being done when the other case came before them or saM other jury. H: emphasised once more that the case against Mr. Haddock, whatever the nature, was not before them. The facts In that case, whether he be found guilty or net—the nature of the facts in that case were ab'olutelv OOtVing to do with them. Fad And Comment There they hid in a newspaper a s..dement of fact and comment. It could be no two ways about It Some of the statement were facts. He iiskcd "What perso.i hearing of this very sad occurrence would not make some cxclonullon, some expression signifying his or her horror? Look at I I r you like. It is %  '.(-Idem that three children are removed nt the same time from any Mr. Recce said. He expressed the belief th:t anybody throughout the length idth of the is'and would an expression of their feelings 'n some ways or other. and argued that to s person nsing the words "ghastly 1 palling** In relation to toe -t; contcx* might be capable to any meaning under gin incoa, bu*. when they had it In relation to the article or the Report, then of course it was a> iliffcrcnt matter. He told them that when thi looked at tinarUdfl in its entirety and in the surrounding circumw a s absolutely mrtnlng in point oi fact nothing of point of law. He asked whether there was anything in tnat arttelOi so stroi*j, so startling or outstanding as lo Make the man in the street, or any person who nunht be :ikely to sit on a jury not approach his task with the right Judicial mind. He asked further; "Do you think as he Is sitting Ih< jury box, discharging his function which M almost judicial, that he wculd fail to discharge th it duty according to the oath which he has taken, or that this artleja would even tend to make him do ih.it. or tend to do It. or would be likely to cause him to do H'.'" There it was. he said. I fact beyond dispute that th e three children died on the day in question. "Is there any mention in thai article," ho asked, "as t>> bp-w they came by their death apa-t from what is slMed therein' Is there any mention of Haddock by name'" Mr. Recce however pointed out that it was not necessary to mention his namand that a mere inference was all that was necessary. Hi' submitted thai (he Advocate in punting the artie'e did so I'I support of a good cause, and In keeping with their motto, "for i . that needs resistance." It was no border line case, Mr. Rj M ,nl. He ubmitted that It was no case at all of contemp'. No matter how it was read. It could never amount to contempt, taking into consideration the fac's and circumstances of mo case. ][•• Invited them lo return a veidlcl of "not guilty" for the Advocate Company Limited. At 3 p.m. Mr. Reece concluded his address, and on hearing from Mr. Walcott that he would not I* replying, preferring to err on th? side of caution rnthcr th.'ii deal with the cases which he hi I already dealt with and in view of the fact that Mr. Reece had not cited any further cases, H Lordfhip ndtourned further hearing until in,30 o'clock this morning when l.e will sum up to the Jury. Woman Dies After Accident NINETY-YEAR-OLD Florence I Black Hock. St Michael. died at the General Hospital at about 4.20 a.m. on Sunday after being involved in an jOC i d on l along Barharecs Road, St. Michael. at about 7.45 p.m. on Saturday with a bicycle owned and ridden bv Albert Gibbs of Mansion Place. Bav Land. St. Michael. A posf morN-m examination was performed by Dr. A. S. Cato and an Inquiry Is fixed for Wednesday. Trinidad Has Good Sugar Crop Trinidad has had a reasonably good sugar crop but it was not up to expectations Owtnj weather. Mr. A. R. Staick. UK Trade tVnm.vioi.e, ( 11 '.: IT. we Indies told l 1 W... eaee yesterday mornini: Mr. Starck arrived here fnwn Trinidad, his headqu. %  %  r Antiima. St K St. Lucia where he has gone on i routine visit. He said that trade III I la reasonably *ood. bin other parts of the W there i cvin.i..,of ovei-s.ock|ng and some caution in buvm,; among traders. This, however, 'n ins VlOW, i'.emporary and the problem will solve itself in th? near future. Mr. Starck who returned to Trinidad on Thursday after a WOOk*l visit to BermuiL it has had ID tat WEEK-END rHEFTf . . Pol ri house of Julian H and 9 55 ... %  %  %  B < i %  %  1 I I The hi:, i rI i the Careenage at the time of the I \K) : MR. A. R. STARCK tourist season. The Island carries out an intensive publicity campaign particularly in Nona A'i,Bfteg on which it spends a eel .if money, hut this : videnda as Is demonstrated by the amount of money which visitors put into circulation. Import \ ( \fists Return From Martinique i i R returneo I by B.W.l.A. after .. %  % %  l %  1 Secretary of the Athletic A**-. I 9 lit* the naottng arrived I-TC by the same opportunity intraimt for Trinidad. Al the airport to meet them were 111 I. V 1 > %  !, %  l %  den; of the A.A.A.B.. Mr. Gllmour %  and a numbnr of cyclists. CHARTER AIX SERVICE PLANNED FOrl SURINAM %  P Lvato Dutch %  %  iII In %  i •. utihsii,. i.-.itnlh tv.-.. or I or 10'j.ooo guilder I %  %  Or, the imports of the coluiiy were woi th over £10,000,000 which for a rcsnt lalicn of ]es; than 40.000 people Is fantastic. But it docs sei >. Show how valuribe the lOU trade s to th, colony. Imports this ye iU d b(l priority gmt compared with last year, and U ; 1 %  ntlnno at the preaent acale. Bermudii will have re"This conndence ifully Justillel cord in her history. irsWaaC regasd to the i "Responslbl:people In tho which are made, not onlj I I island are very confident of their tourists to'the island, bu: nbili'y lo continue la attr." I for ihem In a first entoun-ts" no nid and nddod wtiei ihoj .. ,. i. %  i and L'odriiigton Coiiege whet %  became AJIoyni JS an As%  i %  %  %  I as a high trl%  I when it wa arlth much truth In %  %  ... \ %  %  %  ; |no R"\ N %  IE %  Boor : tor the exi %  %  %  %  I H It he ,iKM JIJ nn During.his years as Secretar..ted al Harrlsoi. College and wluiilie was genth %  :ti boyi did not "pi rj v %  %  i % % %  ,' I %  ,i Di ; : tmeti* Mr. Main n r.-slstance he could and I %  ... to Hi %  lo | %  %  %  of admlnbri ..: ho -' 1 .'Miner WhOltOV %  %  i %  and h i I %  I %  i v n ^,i f i P ^ H %  %  %  %  %  ... i %  i %  %  WHAT'S ON TODAY Court of Common Pleas—10.30 turn. Meeting of Legislative Council—2 00 p.n:. Meeting of House of Assembly 3 00 p.m. Basket Ball at Y.M.P.C.7.30 jj.m QeeU Qirlsl! If You only rea/ise The Importance of Being Earnest abcLt the ^fOk Home Decorations / You certainly would immediately select these SISAI. PLACK MATS 4 72 each 60 .. ;.i ASS HATS 1 /. V CANEULT PLACE MATS 4 48 ., M „ • >,' HOME PRODUCTS DIPT. CAVE SHEPHERD a CO. LTD. 10-13 MOAD ST. TllK ilK'll VITAAONaPAOKKD LOAVES OF ll.1 .KIWI s irillUU IIAHI.II l.\ .1 A II HAKIr eo*oeeaaoeoes'eeeoo e<< r e-a-eeoooooooooeoooo'eoe > oo i e'*aooo*^ KITCHEN AND TABLE GLASSWARE PLAIN AND DECORATED WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A WIDE RANGE OF UTILITY ITEMS INCLUDING— SALAD PLATES MEASURING CUPS SALT Si PEPPER SETS ASH TRAYS ICE CREAM CLASSES MIXINC HOWLS FLOWER \ .'. REFRICEl'.ATOR BOTTLES SHERBET PLATES SALAD DISHES GLASS JUG ,v JETS FRESH FR0WSC0TUHOJ ^ ,n vacuum tins ^j^^/ — Y' >V V •JU, Only ScoilanJ. trsdilmal home nf fin* tobaccoa, could produce lour Square. Only in l : our Square tobaccoa Will you find aOsMOsfl kiof, blended wiih skill handed down by successive pfn*rainni for over 143 years. FOUR KQFARE TOBACCOS FINI ILCNDS TO CMOOS* FROM • MACE r 0O8IE OF FAISLCV Mb Apnlt: MHSSRS \ s s,>Ns 1^RIIADOS) LTD. |. I | 0) i %  TUMBLERS-ALL SIZES, COCKTAIL TO 1 PINT CAPACITY — ALSO — "PYREX" AND "PHOENIX" HEATPROOF GLASSWARE I'lK PLATES. SOUP PLATE I I iPEN ^.^ DISHES, CASSEROLES. M i 1^* BM US Fir.l (or all WM IKE I KEM *vX HARRISON'S HARDWARE DEPARTMENT TEL. 23 64 | ; : .*. . .3 &f .III... A HORSE OWNER SHOULD BE A HORSE LOVER ~ J **" W> llichly Recommend HARVEY"S WATTS EMBROCATION trMtnwl "f Curb.. opUrrta, Spratak\ Capped Hi I k.. Bte It ili;ni i x,i ii.iu %  ppUeatlon f.,1v.'mdgalU. TherouKhpins nnd the Swelling from Sprung ll-H-k Joints of hoi IMIH'K 12/B AND B II AT KNIGHTS DRUG STORES .it ST OI*I:XI; BIRKMYRE CANVAS W tVlDK—I OR BUS TOPS and SIDES INNER HOOD LINING 56" WIDE. FAWN AND C.RF.Y LIONIDE LEATHERETTE 50 WIDE. ATTRACTIV1C SHADES. BLACK MIRACLE ADHESIVE 1 194-OZ. or SOZ. TUBS8 ECKSTEIN BROTHERS BAY STREET DIAL 4269 8 IMM I MM I MI>MOMMMIMMW I MM I : : THE ONLY CYCLE IN THE WORLD PERMITTED TO CARRY THIS MARK OF PERFECTION IS THE — HUMBER 77i Aristocrat of all UirycUt FULL RANGE OF SIZES IN STOCK liViiM-iiil>i-r— l"v HARRISONS for HUMBERS It+c >



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rxr.t. c*c CLASSIFIED ADS. p.mmnos ADVOI \TT TTTSDAV. JtTY K. 1*52 rf i re... N l DIED nooDOifj ai MM. '1 !rl Oaadtag HeHi earn he. • %  Tho*r Pan**, Chutrn N fo* M. UlaSy* Outran*. DoHMky %  ... %  OK VtlJE -.." EXU %  11 nl lletlcfilanv'"" %  Chiller, "' ; a, Awiu Jantac' W.*nr.l .Son i, Allrln* ,C|*uain< MTOMOT". 1 • liXi. U*MT driven and aril k**pl >naay t.-r-aa r*r MI I ('Alt Ox. PlMMt f'oid IMS (MM %  IS..,.,, H.e IN MEMOKUM All A... IT AM IM 111 (I HUB •• %  Hl.lf NOTMEV REAL ESTATE : %  t il.it, SI em X*nd llOS Ml | HI %  Knar B>l> <. hrw. aim a Baatd.nce lo A.I Undtr £I.S*>, BY NAVY GA Cupboard*! n i !" h Stone Runa-alow IBbout T rr. o'di. Duvng A Hreahfa loan7 Toil"-. Mtix : tnclOMd -nil su>iw. about CI.ISO. AT MAXttRll. Hill. n fi (. i -aa %  i I to.dm...,. OMaaa*. i —%  W.lar. ElaclrirM*. Vary a ct>ninBtent .1 f.ntrknrr.) ui Branch bOrt to fa IB Barbadoe -no %  i tend i I'iiWf %  %  1 Advntaie Bow G.T •>• ! 7 *-*•,, : NOTiCr: %  %  %  •KAUI m -. m -i LOVT A FOIVD LOST TICKET -Brrie. TF ( In Buih Finder kindly niuin I n "MkV 1)01 rvd. n I* C Plnrre pntnte c S. 13 High *Nrt %  %  II H %  %  Jew %  >• Sore Mouth Laaaa Bleed* Teeth mt Oumi, Sore II"'. Taalh main that Ton PtorTBen. Trench U •ma bad dl*-*"i %  i fun blaedln*; thn %  aor mouth and • tha *acth Iron clad imii %  aahdl..iit maker*-" n-eetl t-*ln otuona* i .-.l,r.„ %  SHIPPING NOTICES i -aLoucnrtm** u %  ehaguieg w .il (ram 1 n mit Mar Hat. DvraapOTt .<*** MA. Melbourne June 1MB, IT) SB IT UM MM. iiiUwiK July Mb. arriving al -i i—daa about AVffM MB. In addition la general cargo thi* vaaaal (•11 *<*• %  bora I .V_te-J for CUT* But -ii in \i.i l*nlll O..J Hi%  -. f nw -hat n**. Pvrr ii tor nrorniWraa by Irk* AU>n iniiM In kmnf in.-mnr of No deer br-Un.n motha-r 1 rv!Wa Mai.W. .. %  Em i n* mnawnb.11 Hi I".. I 11..!•<•< t i^r.tW. I II ni%_,. ,(.,, ,. O'nvial lh.-l llal *M Arvnki i -It'OW"* '* %  ,.itbuy Cf^nc hai > I r caah. hai cttcr, boiujhl uillcr ear. Flrat rlaai orucr. mm ilvn IMaJ J*M II ) 1 I %  %  'Hi'! rradlnf 14.0W n.iia. Ikillary .m., %  rn in A-l condltMx.. prkr %  ill Pnrd •Prrlavi*' MSDOa, an •.* %  ... >rlM Oararr HIM" 1 %  '! i-AJIVauahnll Vrlcn rrawtii I M 7 %  i SEVENTY •!• %  SHARKS In lha Wl 'i r (or *le i thci HW, No If, Mih 5llr-*t. BrtddHown. on Fildav. thSHh July boatktnl condH'on T'laiaail 1,1-..IMHVOWI F-taUiUKON TRACTORSJ nit arrlvM i i unarm OAIIAOC %  7 ;,* BJ Ifltt, %  ;llh thl %  ltu.il* -; i %  I %  i on Monday.. Wxlnr-day. n tha haur< of 4 and %  wplkMioi. to :.. %  i %  %  %  sch. %  **H inr Mhool -^_ i murt ba lha daugbtari of In 'liaitmad uicumKMNI "'< •> ln> tlia" | i.iorr than la v,r. of ait on tat I DUmdrr. IMS. to ba povad by a % %  %  ^U which muai .cenm.. %  %  %  !>• -r rorav Of .-M.l^atw>will ba laauad I at the Vaalry ci.rk. Ofllcc | 1 tiottri of it a in anaV^Jl L 0 CMB* D a worl.l I apprtiir rcsKtrcr. HII h'ooal.tu.Myiw Ik* ", %  huov.n LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE .< I.s M uotam 'Ni -'Li. ULOOM %  • %  ) %  niy J.TOO in..t.nd * m Otrap oar A barCMq at -••.<*• Dial tkla. COU1ITCSY CARAG1 %  lor Mia at %  %  S6tn July IMI al I p.m. Of public npdtiioi me l).ij"i|lnm. known ivf,; us oronar v, Ttai pubifc .r^ i vTfby wainaO MpUn /ulna; n*ll -ra n.y wlfa. OufnndoV .'ncMBM UMM> WnUon. I da not hol.1 niT —M rHportiiVi* lor nti ting t.ndabt or d*bl". TLKCTRK A fnad br &*P d '.W lllllllllll. ...... -a ip— d AuleanalH Ckanart" i C n Haffi Co Ud Itoito k-rr NM IB! M—I f.B laajl SAMUEL JACKMAN riiniiMivti ALEXANDRA SCHOOL Tha i %  Vkraii mdidalci i'.>iidr School:• nm. Atb*ia I BATHOS. I BE8T A\;i BOVCB, A'.idtw Eudoi. 4 BOYCE, Jean 1 nOVCC Tatikl. Kvalyn n CIXMENT Inri Elinlrr T fOBBIN. Collaan Anlla %  COMBIN. Duphna C'lfanla n cuMiiruiivTni v..hi.Nam it USlTWlfK ii.o'i Patricia Bulk u mi AII -M. %  I cmrum. .'^rmiiiI 1II\I> tT!t>ln-n Ollvlj %  : JACKSON. Diiiii i1J:A<-iH.'K. Iliaiwt.. lan-la in LBMUI .1 RITR \frli"la Ill.ina ' 1INC1CUH. klaxln* Jtntir JUSS, Valarr PaUalba. M HafUUM. r"ii r> i TAaTT Carnvn Vulatn M TMIorKY Jon OllvMli WHH9TER. Joan Carol* t. WILSON. Grade AW la it r (In.^rdlani am aaka i .id* lo Ii school * %  • . on Moiid-y. Baii-rjia*' lti. If REALTORS LIMITED AUCTION SALE AT IIM A.M. On Ti"-*d'. "' % %  -"?nd Jul) Mr Blton Millet, ur Kill % %  . I RMtfer rteMenra ''ADtlUT l Venit. Hill. Bnckic*. whWh tneluoaa Dtawlni .iMUilnc "I three ehalra anial4 i i ii nia-ii .peed drin, ,.,il •l.indinu lamp, la.t chai. id many othac lian.. TatMi oh I THE GAR COOKaU ViiiliFwnlliiiiiiiHanl IAXIKH I Tl.liRTATIC COSTHOI I t and H't e.,In ktap i %  L'*tT AIUUVBD "l*yc .'.Ira-Modam Radlo-Omm. d >->p d %  hatklktll T r PirKup llaadI r.ced.e worriea. MO.00. PC f Al r : .. (' %  ,.CoNAIU> lUfr-Klol-KATitKH— T to i Sealed unit. f. jrar fiaM ...mill Irottn food and it* cumparl ..-nl Vateuhl. Db M Hoyat UaraKc I I anouwl <>ii fMt >s d al Oaoif Itraat. Belbtt • K>iUrry. dmitr and dininf ._. • i *..! % %  I oi U running watci to Mi I I "f Mle .Ip, : '.fill • • -, .1 .ill I TMVOH'. Black Pock. St. Mtchaai I %  %  I'nlnh' l %  -** on 3 roody perthe* n.' I....d. *nO • randi.'i lo Nirlli and Ea*l. drawlni, i "mi 1 bodroema • looana. . flower gaiden. lawn, and .<'chard, in apaloua yard. • T*te r.on-e and i,..: I In.paclion any day lexeept Sunday 1 : -..IT, 1A an ti. 4 pm on app.ianUon lo MtgaW on lha praanMaa. %  > Alliad Da Sll*u within DiMiicB I,* paaii M |..n lo uaa taw aatd lleawaa at m i "aid and .hlng.ad h p allitchCd to • %  idem* altaalad at tac'lyn. at Ueorge %  1 .nth laa' .i . Oaled thla lath day I J C w HLUOKB E %  i.trau. Dial •' %  'Sgg i. 1 BREIIKTOK Xppnoani MMti wm no coo%  %  i %  i..,-id .m Friday, i.t day of Augint. IMM ana. a 1 Police Count -..-, M ilrk -7*7t:Y-VlJ -tUial, Naxl I.P.8. sborlamad I uaan Ukta, plgtt on SataraU. \u: ii-i 'I:.I lttt at I ..ml"Tiin-r. a< 11 rn Next Tyaarwrluns t.**ni (ik.iii J. on Satarda*. .nruat 30th. IT,:!, at i .anC. 11 KIM K IPS. (ritouuM) Reprt>-krnatlv Olatin HOI. Ck. Ck. 23.7 52—2n. %  %  i'i*r paitiaatiara apply— it-BVBgg Wtm CO. LT.. i "ItA • CO.. LTO.. tXVrt**. **V>1 Tha M. V CAJUaMBK wi.1 ael '.rge and i,.-""ri for Uomlota nallfMa M Ratta, NaWa ai .. -epl earaj* ... M KIM* Na.l. and ImkA&a* * !" *** 9**. NEW TORK BBBTICB. NEW (IKI.I. ws saavicr. VRPAIKW OFFICIAL NOTICE C W BL'UUER. HVilMJ AN'D fiffiri' AiSaSTAHT— ttbK anj m Chaenaan. 1M, Rnabsek IT r— In (It WKLOK.K -.-, tal %  loikTlten II 7 .M-lt UVESTOCR CAUr-Ona well brad Hol.leln heK-i II two weak, old, out o( ,., I main Dial atxm ing. M Miatiael Inlb ataiU Turning. '•OAT MECHANICAL i-'UJMG eta tang liannon fllam und rard .rMam l.i ">in iiltke Of bu %  % %  ny kind if Hlum racord kaeptng Cotn< n and dlaruaa VOMI iruuiramanU oi Hal klM R R IIii l*. i .. I I.I l HAR11A1HJS FOUNDRY LCD SIIAHEM -ffapt i-TIi Ai>OS 1 lWriN-,L;KANCr. %  .-vr, A THA DUsO :.. 1 £1NI THimOAD a. TOBAOi. i .AGO 4 Th* abuV.' mantl.-i.fO %  hai..... ...iy tna Mil L-.nlngloii at V %  MlSC ELLA iM^OLS tl INI 1 ) TO HINT I 'W-thiM Hootn %  aa coal lla>Iinga. %  >Lawrence or Roekla !.• %  Leitr piel.riad. (luin Oclobai K D Edward* P.O. aV City. W.T. ^ !" "" % %  com i or .HAS.,,-, In purau ,ii" ^ tna Chancery Art. IMg I do hereby IIV* notice to all nxiann* h..lng or alolmlna; any aatal-. rigi.i or mwrr.t m nv ||. „ ... ll .cji,d, D .* )r ,,, ilrclirr lha proparty hereinafter •n.-i,ti. w d ,ihproperly r d-fendant %  to .ilng Wfoee me an account nf then cl-lm. with their •IMTIH) do,unmt> and ,„ehr. to be eaamiwed lie ma an -ny Tuaadav or Friday b-lween th, hunt ^f -' noon and 3 o clock la tna afternoon .it the Rcgtetrntlon Oflk-e. Pi.bllr P,illd|iir<. .cu-iawn. batora tha Mth day of aVpWmatar. I0W In order t-iat mci ilalma maj-W -od ranked aecording to USa nalura and prior,t> inmui r..tarwiaa liath warn Will ba prachided froin Ihe haneHu f an; decn • -d nl all .-.aim* on a. igalnM lha "Ml pioparfv r0 ,..ti(f* RORALIT MRIXI ANN AIJjnNC and TlffioDOflar WOODUn A1I-EVM ITfltaiOi • CRBSANCO ALMUTtfM) t < %  -I'lN* i. Firat all that cartaln piece nr part., ol 1 p:.nla*a>M or placa calked or known h*y Ihe name oi TUP HI*K ..T-inle in :~\v pariah of Saanl J*m*i in ihia 1-lawd containing by idmaauurarr.nl laeiordmg | an old Plan thrraof dated tha thi, daj nl Aug>,n :*)l and mada by 1 W. Clarke. Swoan gurveyon I Aerao 1' s I Pwronco. AbuftlBfJ *rd Hound iig on lha North on laada formaaly of the ett.ite <>l .'amc I Oaakm .leoeaaatl out naar af lha eatata of onerhwtwae* daceated en landa ol pl.abat-i iawraaao aa tha Ban on landa tataw'ly of Geonrc. Kail lha aaUla of %  T Bmrowedace-ard and l.i la,. Webb ii tha Saul* on landa law of Jacob Bun owe* nnd Kru ItgRott i„i now Ol eophilua Ha*(a and an lanaW Ule ol OeorsOatkln but now ol A I.. GUI ...d on tha Waal en lha %  aaakota *n* all accretion* of the '.iiiie .irea by lh. tding of tha -ea whatavar tha aaaaa mar ba up to high vrntar murk: the ,id partal of land being lnier*ae*td by the Public Road running North and ,ilh from Bridgetown to 5*palfgttatowr. Together with Ihe -ncsiuage 01 *elhaMfehtajaa Oariai mllg "TTtE HTSK und all nd avet* tha riertk-n* ing btdhHeaa on lha ^iid land erected and built . Parehaai Abutting on the Ea-t on landa of Oanard PlantalhWi anal on landa now or lta ol I-hlllp Jnhnaoti el il on lha North n nnd. Jle of Aaron Haynaa dacaaied but now of lha mortgagor balnt iarr*l o' lfd hataln thirdly dcatribad on the We.t on landa laU ol Mfa llall, Oaarga Oaaklti at al. Mr Marthall. Mary Green and Ch.ne. Bianch :eaaatMVt>r ba* oaar of tha i-rtate of on.Innlw dm -e.i J Lawrence. Ihe %  *UHa o ona BLarkMt ftoccaacd. P MarahaH. M. Tu'l. Ihe a..taU ol I 1 Ihirrowfa d ihe will ol Ida Jana Coppin ilorrnat owner of tha aakl |uov**it> i lo VMlal llaroldlna Clarke and on I Aore land dented by tht aajna will lo Stella Honln ba tamo In abutting and THIRDLY ALL THAT ., ..djolnlng the above deacribad Undof THE RISK ; Arrr more or law. Abutting . land* i thar landa of 'THE RISK" on lanaw raw %  'Da of ona Tull or howew 1-arcal* Of l-nd hc(rditairia*nl-t .md premlai -id ant. ,., i i.iad. IM July. IfSl iT*| Dated Hal JlW, l**3 CANADIAN HBRV1CI %  HI IIWII'-I, d i "i. "A STXAMEH ^afatwff J*!T uih J.ly Jult Ann a>t vigim 1 Dl E PARntHI). Augu.l &th for ST JtlHN. ST LAWRENCF RIVPB I KOBUT THOU LTD.—NEW TOBB % QVLW SFRVU'I Applj:— DA COSTA a> CO LTD. CAf#Aj>t\lf s,.ff\ v K CANADIAN SERVICE Krom .Monir.-iil and Halifax. i Vaughn n tain i.I'm pan %  i ol ' lontaininf by eatlmauor. „ —c o( Edmund BrawaUi M %  late of Mint Ann Knight arc i abultmt the aald n\. K propeil> f 4 h. MORE. rc.iwianandlng * n*W ..i a IK. .1 "•Illlrd b> I .'.. U 4 ii i i'i:i>iprt>lON '• 11 particular* Ira IVI ., %  on RadlfhMkm lor K r.... ... AUCTION (.HASS MOWKRS MaBM.'-llarrli S idth cut Trailer and pin. type lo. nmadlate delivery. Courteiy Gaiugi POULTRY POULTNY fUirad PlyiaouUi Rod' I ullcla. MOO each. Bicallant lau-l| iBina Jokn Albayna. Cbwwrth. St eter Phone tl—10 nni day gagapt •inda.S3 T -" %  MIS( KIJ ANKOUS CIIIPTEROBE-Anvr'. on baby chid %  piru and night .la'J n,n: i M : M.7 5S—kn of Oarrar JUST reiwlvad a thipr hfaa (Deed Changer-, -reinone no* Mao a antall quantity of II volt bailer aaapg i>ia:.•. i-.iti: ., abevi .ia na IU) head* DaCOETA A COLTD,. in i u a Wa.lhr. %  %  f dxien. Mucklr* ', Math it-it.... | w, Umad tiira, i r ., i i .. i Uouaa t Tamo—.i, i. : mwhall-a 1-n.d l.iyle Bail. Si Mini -. I. land i killing*, p' quartet Saia al 3 p m on WaantMa Iiimmrr Juhn M Mu\-'. • ^ l.inetn. SIMIn i It THE D UrIOND HAMMER I wul h-ll bl puBln %  ;.'M o'ciorii -lal. SI l-hlllp an %  %  ..ling dining table an.i 1 %  i '.ird, laa liolla>. ladi" de*k pain'i.i i urdroae.. drraaing tablet and %  loola. i ibJda tablaa. cha^t ol Ta* %  .1.lead wlih aprMg ttrti". klivhan i .ipl... .ni sardBr. ..... utwma, .uti.iv. pmm* i „,,. %  i TttM CASH. D-ARCV A. SCOTT. 19 1 HS-ti%  H iir;* : HOIINES II WILLIAMS. MlffallBi Mt n i _g.ijj-1' VV///.'.//''y/////'V////////' 'V'V^V//'/.'.'/.V/-V A fibaniti/ul agorifnrfil of LLMOVtlM: SLI'S I oil received. Hevc a loot ol IMm in our Show Window. Ihen buy. Pat** tXXWmVUL KMPOMUVM Coratr ltr*>ad and Taalor Mft i.\-?i Msn|aj ,. ii-: if** Hat-. BrMt.tawa. SMraaa 13 July 11 July g Auguit 1 Aug. 4 Augiu M AugUM j Scpumber 14 August -u Aug 4 S>ni It Sapiembar U.K. SERVICE i ...in Soulh Wales. Liverpool and Glugow. Baalh Sapaaug A Kir a. Hale. Lltripaal Uln|>* Hale. BrUt'toWB suNwiirr* "MARIA DE 1AHRLNAGA "Sl'UaARD" %  sEAUiux?a; % %  ..MJuot B July • July 3 July ..mju!* ^1 July 5 Auguat li Augu.l .. .a Aug 11 AuaTUgt 30 August S EepWmbar ran* aaptaaiber Mil Sap* Mid Octobor U.K. AND CONTINENTAL SERVICE j From Middlesbronglt, Anlwerp, Rotterdam and Landon. MlddlatKaltatI >pei-i-d Arrival branch M ,.,,.. .,„ lad*a Data aotnwr.. „ Jvkf 0 Jl||y a JMf f ^SuW* — Mid Aug. Aug Mid gaptantbar — MM Sop! Ei.d Sapt Mid October '-rtrV,',V,'/,V,. I -a.ld. PUt main load II • ing*. ramionably f.irn ahed. Fngl -n itdah I M I perann lor eonpltl. From July | 10 l.w—t.f.n r iita WTTAOI i Fllrnlahts, %  %  mS Mll ioon.1. Kitchen 'hone Mi; i 7 H CARTRErT -Slrathelydr Dnr*. confining gl->i.'. drawing and dtmnir I 1 hedrorun.. toilet, hath kllchen hal Mri Purkenn MB IS.7 M—an. i JOHNSON'S Beautlfloor Blecr P*,iiihor For term* phone l> 1 M ai> il.had. With %  ,. Mil. or V %  M... M M 1 BAINCOATS Chl.di.ii. Kaincoa' 40. Miaaaa' Raincoat* gJ *U, Lad,,im-uat* W M In blue, malic, ar,, d 'l.iT.I. The Moden io.Mid blieal 10 l.Uu '11 i %  ultuk t/ou e%  •r Qvullhii' Hiscuitn" I .MVtKSII. COLLEGE OF llll. WEST INDIES EXTRA-MURAL DEPARTMENT A Lecture by JUDGE J. W. B CHEiNERY. BA. on SELF-GOVERNMENT AND THE JAMAICAN PROPOSALS a, Ihe British Council, Waketield on Waaawdav, July ztrA at B.1S p.m. ADMISSION: I III 1 Barbados Amateur Boxing Assn. Aa-enti: PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 47*1 ; -----.-----.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.'.-.v-.-y,,-,-,-.-.-.v.vv.-.vxvvmv. WE HAVE . Hoofing Materials including : a Aluminum Shawls • Galvanized Sheets • Everile Sheet* a Hubberold Hoofing a Aluminum Guttering a Etc.. Etc. See Us Now and Stop those Leaks PLANTATIONS LTD. TWO BARGAINS A NICE WHITE CREPE 80 cents and Another CREPE in White and Coloured at SI, Ceil is Ihe vard The above arc both 36 Inches wide and re subject to our usual 5*% discount. You are advised to secure your requirement* early as we onlv have a limiled quantity which we purchased at a greatly reduced price. A. E. TA Yl.Oll LTD. DIAL 1100 Where Quality is HIGH And Prices *re LOW I



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GHAVAM RESIGNS OFFICE Crowd Clamours nrns Democrats Qpen Angry Convention For Mossadegh TEHEHAN. July 2\ PREMIER CIHAVAM ES SULTANEH handed his resignation to the Shah on Monday night after failing to put down bloody rioting. Supporters of the formei Premier Hmm|^[|i paraded through the city, bearing Persian Hags and shouting "the nation has scored %  victory, we want Mossadegh to return as Prime Minister We also demand a trial of traitors/' The crowd marched to Mossadegh's house begging him to accept Premiership. The Persian Parliament rnei in a speeml session ;md Deputies are voting for %  new Prime Minister. As Mossadegh s supporters have suddenly increased their numbers it is expected he would be reappoinu-d. Prominent National Front Deputies announced the defeat of Ghavam over Teheran Radio and promised that they will do everything to reinstate Mossadegh. All shops were closed today but suddenly opened up this i on hearing the news of Mossadegh's victory and flags were Hying from all public buildings. Mossadegh DspuUM ,>i.-,..: alarmist reports of n said 300 to MO were killed today Throughout the country. Despite a flood of rumours there were tnly 20 confirmed death:' lure. These Deputies said Mrika is in effect throughout Iran Mil that in some area* lieople have been killed Only Way Out One pro-Mossadeah Deputy. Chsugi Hid I upportiTs in Parlianui I leased u> 33 Deputies and that they advised the Shah that .he only way out of the prusenl efaafli li to ni-appoint Mossadegh Hiotlng climaxed the week• ttd of disturbances that left ii injured lad auntfrMl U.K. And US. Consult On Fran CJrisis B> II. <\ i ii M i i LONDON. Julv 21. Britain and the Vnlted States were reported on Monday to have begun direct consultation on the explosive situation in inn. With a simultaneous government efWl in Egypt there was fear and sensitivity that the Middle East might be engulfed in .i wave of unrest with unpredictable conseq ailed. Eight Sherman I 1 j nd the United States ill tiuek loads of troop, gu iru-lV'"' %  "'; idertoi what mg Parliament Square .thdre* **•>"> become necessary If the later In ir, Hen "•"*'"" *•*"* *n Iran. So far Mossadegh Deputies had appealed x c > '• %  "•<\ not taken any decision! to rioters to return home. Demonstrators stood silent QM Bunutt then dispersed shedding le Howevr. their effort.u i i'. i ii,-imeiit building touched off the biggest b.ittl, ol UM Bio The outlawed pro-Cumin uiysl Tudeh Party is reported I taken a prominent |rt in tho and hoped the Iranian government MUM restore order. The interests of neighbouring Russia in fran has been made only too deal in the recent past. Offi'I *. far they hud no inpi the Soviet moves in Iran but there was always the posMbllttj of indirect manlpu morning riots and credited with lll' rnu *' _** >nuounist-dominated shouting anti-Shah slogans and Tudeh Party. with smashing his statue. „ E ***** " f Soviet and Mld—f.p. dk Eastern affairs cautioned I strongly that the overthrow of Mol.oanunfd Mossadegh brings with II it "(naturally. renewed '-.iiff'i of Soviet efforts to Interfere in Iranian affairs. MovwioKh diplomacy has In the prsaranUy satisfie-Misadegh demonstration —U.P. Gen. Ridgway in Greece Rumanian delegates failed T M Airline officials said the delegates from two satellite countries had missed their plane which arrived on Sunday. A seven member Russian delcgaUon arrived on Friday and had planned to meet with others to-1 ATHENS. July 21 day before the conference. General Ridgway arrived bj opened. Seven Communst coun-' plane on Monday night for a ftv* tries includlne CrechoslovSJUa, day inspection tour of Greet. Poland snd China are expected i He will visit Salonika on Tuosda\ at the conference In addition to, where he will inspect Ores* delegation, from t>*> other counfrontiers. tries. It Is believed that the A Greek flag with an insertjCommunist charges that germ, tIon agu n.sj Ridgway was hotstwarfare has been used by United; ed by supposed Communists on Nations troops in Korea would -he building where the America: be one of the main wrangles it mission offices are housed. Poll the conference —rj.p. removed It. —D.P. (By LTlr ( WILSON) CHICAGO. July 21 i udder less Democrats opened invention on Monday with hit 1 ^ .. factional split thai teeping the White House in L.S. Sends Memorandum To Israeli WASHINGTON, July 21 A stale Department spokeMiian %  D Munday that the ..ins has no intention of moving iu embassy from Tel-AViv to Jerusalem. The spoke niiii said %  department memorandum to that effort baa been sent I,I UM Uiauli HovwrnnuMit. It sold Israel has not yet fornuil, tcquvslcd. although It has revealed plain for moving il> foreifMi office io Jerusalem. The spokesman said the "United Statea has always eupportad the International regunu for Jerusalem thai will provide pratactlon lor holy places and 1H> acoaptabJfl to Israel and Jordiin .>' alternatea an.i thoti^ands of guests and sp-t'otoro, trooped to a l I Usflj iwki by the stockyards for the angriest and mo fustsd DorrKKTatic Conventun m 20 years Many at \u, iu .. dd Like la uran for the presidential i i who deUvared %  address of the 01 i i. But h.n Tiinii\ %  i eil.nn to expI'Mi O) Mond.t %  night or Tuesday Stevenson, who doesn't waul lominalii'ii. but b .>. MM rfrafl, told delegates to orgel personalities and concentrate on prlni-ipli % %  Ai-n,. ne pleaded with them not t.. ic•M>at the hale, breeding I which charactarlaad thi* Rapubli< IB -tiutigle two weeks agi l^tWren the asapi ,.' l>wi K ht P BUenlMwtr and Seni toe Hobert Tafl. "Iliiinan l.'i .I.I • Vice -president Waltei Rauthef ana?aaa af Indu aataatloaa sai.i on laoasat) thai i nlesii the lkemi>cratic I'.iH rdopis a strong "No-C'ompromlse i r iiiim.iii Higtit. 1 !" pUtiorrn witii an antifilibuster plank, hiboul* eaders "will not dttlvei ote" In November In .m impussioiird pleu U> th 'ternocratii platform Wrltln.; Committee. Heuther said that the %  etnocfata cannot convpi I <>f the basic issues and win ! %  election Mr i<.|,1 the i rnii .ittee "you mu*1 dartd OU aTown uravcr owing to the prlvftesja or paaple" E daniod Korean war The aircraft wtrtjihat anv labour lender cap acluflown to Kong Kong by Chiang ||, tteltver the votes of Labour Kn Shek'Nationalist favUnion members unless tho party tntment when it w a Privy CoutneiJ Must Decide Ownership LONDON July 21 Bnt.nil'!, highest court, tl Prlyy Council began banrki Mondiiy an appeal against th' Hong Kong court Judgrncng thi.' iwnrded tht owiiersiup of *o ci> i uplauch vsluexl -t more tha>i ii.ooo.noo io tht Chlw ir.unist government. The aircraft 4iwal lions Kiiita Kovcrnmrnt enHtld at KslTak The appc.il was bruugh) by i Civil Air Tranaport [neecpors td il Daluu'ut United' State* £> Ifl Hi 1 .f the asseti of CenUal Air Trar pi rt Corporation that was descri<>'d as an %  uaiocorpoialcd coinm-1 cial enterpnie of the sjpverssnii |i>( the Republic of China. -Because of thi in.. Jinpliciitioni of the case It has been ordered u> be heard by Uie Privy Council by a special Ordi i in Council Counsel lor the Delaware Cor' poratton Sli Hartley Shawcn^; -aid the intfrnutional implication^ .ricaui/ed by the British as l Dr. Jure government On De. cember 12, 1)49, they were sold by UM Nolianalksts to lha a/# lakes a strong stand on "vital i"U*But with a stnmg Damo> ...Hiplatform he suul ., UUMIlcau*r ran ">%  lii> iiiRuwncr wllli to point out Ideceeaors in title of the Delaware and the "worker himself will Corporation Three or four week* | delivr. the vote Tlie bread box later the Britiah government re-| 'J tievl to n hellnt boa." cugnuted Uw Communist government nx the De Jare govemmenli "e laid that the C.I.O and 11 Itiawiu w4ft election berause of th decide whether that chanje in recognition nffccted the |imp'ii \n right* already obtained by third parties outside China and whirl. resulted ID trie aircraft registered in the United Stalai Shaweross said there was no authority to support the Hong Kong court'* view that the succession of one government to another could affect in any way rights t • Oa page 3 A •* %  * lONDON BtllZI nakn l..uidling the bridal veil a bit of a p eou-sin of Bnglaad-s Wueen KUsabelh II. leaves St Margaret's. Weatr I the son of Mary. Princess Royal, M unt of Queen Kllubeth The DT dainihter of I-idv Tax and Mep-d a lighter of Sir John Foa Fleesuse rt be niiii-'. but Pram* Philip aaxi Hrlnoaes Margaret Hose attended. iem aa Gerald DevMl Laseellea, .r. with his bride Toe groom Is is the farmer Angela Dowdlng, -old. Wueaai Elisabeth eould not faestsenatsassst Radluphoft Hearing Of Writ g* <>< l [[ ror Lontempl i)\ FlyOverU.S. Court Continues Chief Justice Wilt Sum Up To-day HIS U IRDSHTP ttie ChiI Justice Sn Allnn Collymot. Kt will sum up to thl S|>'< .il Jury empani'lle*! to decidi on ih.Huir ol Court isnii ub t Colonol R. T Ml WtfJ the AdvM.ile 1'IIIII|I;III\ i a Itemed Cuiiti'inpl nl Com whon hearnii' ol the Writ • n'nnies thai morning ,it |n :• %  o clock A'. .1 "I ll-'k tl' ll'Hl.i oan, Mr, Reece Q %  lU • I v %  %  i %  'ii. .<"" luted %  -i.-n.>ui ,t,i.in n ".hirii ha • libtnHtad to UM jur) hat thcie WBS nolliinu in tin irUela i raaoi I of ,i i %  .y thl i.iYiidiini. %  tlurrinuin Tries To Boll Rendt < H1CAOO ivei MI ii tnai i %  II. mocratli Pn b I tion. took personal "' %  u '" '• "" % %  lav o "w* oalnat th,1* ^ watiV. DuomdaiM ..i.ipany M Mr W.ilmlt. in -n f the iul-1 linrriman and mutual .security a mi by IffJi LonWUp thai i UU.M I %  %  ,i. ,, for the platnttfl would riavo i Vorki a in|l v are light of napl) to 'he legal sub ffOTt 't a mo i missions isel f.,i the ha Vi ijeiciiti.iiir Company, did ooi < is to vole AM tl Di-mocratle Party's stand >n that rtj I that ha arould i princlplaa Of Kmnklm lb-* Human Rights in its plutfoim prefer to err <^i th. " L(l Hrn rui.n..., I He said that his union printed< ,„,„, pgthar than daa] Ortttl v %  %  jajM B.nnnom^ P*UUaal hand: w „ n whl ,. h ,„. ,,.„, „i„, t K deal "rvej ol Uv dam • Triimans candidacy and .,. Ultl Ui..t he ..• not anuUed %  ilrman Paul Pltapal billi •'ranif hundred %  I...,, |. ii,,. WASHINGTON July li tl,. An ihrei .ti~elusd Monday ptl Rndar %  ISM uoldeatlflad "oble atlar screen-, about into Saturday l %  %  %  %  TIIL up and down and hoi .beut the aaa -. • |~rr %  .. %  Jecta"—Air Force careful ed saying iying saucers"—came %  a the Air Fore, %  the report b> who said the> saw eight glow%  ination 1(0 13 The Alt F i control igl news Air rorce base ii about midnlK*.' ,-iVina • p*rt tansV-n; Ifesn ; inn to ISO li lade thi ition.il "sauceri i ,.,'Cr 1,000 mile ultra also laid t left Nations Vii 'ter 3.IHI .. n lights betwe. irMtton and H I IP. thousand) UBSSBH von i:lv I •4ttg7ttr*r5ra-aj: 3SSK not dalhnar the vote Truce Talks: Brief Sessions PANMUNJOU. July 21 Allioa imX ConununUt tiucv A IWMltV-IIH bull Steel Strike Gath ^iifiiiie Production EAST HAHTTORD. C:,ui<:Ucul. July 21 Prall ..ml WttMncv alrcrufi (I,vi.ion of Unlt4 AM [KMNIIOII ,ii.finM>,i m Uoo4aj ',*l .Irike i..inn | lolo it.production ol Minim ( %  Truman Hack At Work WASHINGTON. July 21 il Truman returned to IOLENT EARTHQUAKE, which fell ,n a ••bucking broncroll,,, ,1,,^, CWlforn 1 . t&'Qgfg: UMV1BI many dead and injured At least 10 are dean nUon ..i leievision b!oj IM and in the little desert town ol Tein M.hapi. the home of th< %  •" r • *• Cui himrelf later Is Califomiu Women's State Prison, the ion,! rolling wan-. "" %  *~'l of the quake, which bcKan at 11.65 G.M.T. and was fell In diminishing strength for the next 45 minutes, wvra record ed as far north as Santa Rosa, slxtl r north of Sai Francisco and south to Ensenada, Mexico, two hundred miles south of Los Angeles, and oast • Brawley. California Jamaica h Insect Control Centre l Rtod % %  "f ad it a. Tt*^2u a $Fl*&i KINGSTON July 21 has been chosen to pool technical personnel conducting an intensive regional Insect control campaign throughout the Caribbean Dr M F He Cure, ol WHO. announced today. :..! anil be drawn mainly Irom the Caribbean area consisting of PvbUc Health an area %  supervi*erv levr-l Thiv „iil gradually increase until eight officer* are stationed ii >ear. inpjdaBi AIM | Caribbean territory no th.1900 San Francisco quake." • f the victiiTLs are reported rod whan tt.. main hotel hapt, an old two storey bi Irk structure. c>llapsed. Others died as they d.ishe-1 In fright into the street and were cau,! illdlngs The huge Tchrachapl Women'* Prison, was "made unusable" bv 'remar. There are no repof.ed in)uTle at red ado lam which has been deva-ii-most beautiful pel on." The plant, which looked more like an estate ihan a i.1*'* accordlna: to llv* Keni County SherllT'i Office. %  .ptd aiti CUveaW Beginning 'fIn MaliItiis-iiaiis CHU AOO, July II. laanaacfatlc Senator Paul H iMuglas, laid Monday that the i hate r a a ult a van war and that the era f aaa being preparad" lownrd IMUUlg lha P"' !" ''', ,-lrlk. w,ll hrn II lo noKH war dedl had dreamed for all 31 years of their married hit. Howard Jones, S2. and his wile 70,000 war prisoners held by %  IIlea should be returned Alliewould return ualy those who want to return lb Cominuninn Mime 7i).oou. Red l-sisoti officers injectee new puzzler Into the situation on Monday r.y t ea m ing to reeogr %  -. %  the Inteniiitional Committee of Red C'fiu. Communists used "ir Red Crow list of prisoner. If. eamplain lo the United NaUnn.* that the Alliew (ailed to list the nainoat \A 101 Chinese prisoners Cornmunn'-; had previously danounoed the lnlernatlonal Bod Croaa at an "ImpprialiRt Tool." -c.r. MaBdjB. mi CaaasjilsM idnsa the aladJi al s n-! aahaadant (. the <- %  nf ,no\ in. furniture. < %  •' lot HoIM'W) lOQuJrod proparty, 'Avalon" i lemmctt's Lane Rock -tlie first step In the proposed extension of th' I ind ,ilao on the estimated co-' I Of l'i elect.irai hasailatian of the Ha pita!. Mcmbei %  [/( %  %  %  •lit were |i H G Cummins, MCI*. Chali man. Mrs J. A llartlnaau an Dr. D. S. Oideon. Medical Sunn intendent. out an insect control programme; i;( ,i from tnr buildi Tyrah 51. had comp;sponaored by U.NLCEF W.H %  vere iinrnediately called X^r 40.000 mil* auto trip that took and the hxal govM an d bi? circus tents for housth nt through most of the Wespresent there -re two pro-:,nB plus sanitary equipment and tern Hemisphere. They arrived E"" mm 'j-t are being rushed to the strn. Ma Aires. Aroantina. tr. "y U.h l %  i %  !,ris.n ne, Brazil" of the Moore Jamaica and d T WO railrued tunnelt->twe-Ti M< Corinack Lines. Also aboasd The Jamaica government has Tehraci-api anM rigged Chevroalready allocated 3u.> oulhern Pacdu %  „ %  13. I0, they for the first t**o veer* of the tween Ban Franelseo and Los Anhad left Dunkirk, Indiana where fm alffi gelei ci-ved in —V r .'.neral home -C P Fish Fly Half Around World SEW YORK, July 2! mount Aquartun % %  V I Six hundred Mnall-moulhed City accompanied Uv .M %  ! f .p -FT,, Aquarium sup< Vi J, n r Un ^ V "K N thi oaek'ng and -hippli, York auatearsd Governor li.i ssj ^.w 'Uanafey to Bao Dai. (State left IdlewiM irOlivor Kuigsbury of All KIN port aboard a Pan Amir.ran New York supervr*r and ftili Airways plane Monday on a trip distributor for the New York which will take them more than State Conservation Department half wiy around the worku aald upon their arrival U will be placed in a Igk. The us weeks old Rah are INabove aaa level near Saigon "to ina shipped lo Bao Dai as the resee how thi In that iult of s trip Dewey made to the climate." Thilish will %  Far East last year during which to Bangkok. Thailand by Pan he learned that the Vietnam American and 'hen will rul*r in avid angler had never ferred to a Vietnam Cos. | fished for Bees. August Rabau< Diane fdi the remainder of the of the New York Tropical Pish trip They are espected b Suppliers employed b> ParaSaigon next Pridei F *eek ago was expected in about two or lossaa %  t of Grand • Sessions had to IMW and r'nct It is expe,t,-.i that healing will 1 com lu > %  whan on aau wi pUo ri Hal Lordship will sun. up, and law in > KM' to oannii'i .urn ratui n inn on a point M "ast Friday as (o thara b Courts of Orand Baaslon ci-tain Mi. Reaoa 'i'i thai I I on all the %  • %  ii i rts e/ei %  iery. etc. but th. C rould look .it i %  would be noticed that n tad bean %  f tin Assirea. Hi: I. iying that not of th* %  %  . and Mi Rao utsstnieuV %  U I | unant wa | %  i it* bOglC if COX %  would than arise whether It mli(h. %  1 -.till i Fair Trial he jury li ., caae. ou U would assur" • irordf used u B %  %  rig case. He cautioned them no', Lo misundei d.ii.d him ..' %  Ing with contempt which woulo nil to the || %  whethei not th >'"ii spoken wani nun. al Under tin* Jury Laws *aim-I IMond had said, in their wisdom must have wanted to take away the pow%  %  ilarty wish %  (,uc-linri-. of fjitv • mg you that you vthlng th %  %  • i>n page 1 • I the session until latl II. iy Tiic raoaai howevi i i died im' i including: I eii t IP ••• link n i I I* I .alnnilRelasUons Gel Presfa 1^ l oiks (In DrfmuVd Ju| Bonds Start N/W YORK I i %  r 111 a I %  Frem h bout* ol aboul S400.000.000 defaulted are scheduled to %  11 here with a Japanaai 'ion at 7 pjn ti M.r on Mnnnsj %  i i n> gaa ch aavi • ting on -wai eWnss. %  nit of Ui< Amen. a.. Bond h oldttvg Catsnetl %  Mud the ally scheduled < unfereiices are N to flelegate* only, with the %  %  nary itndoaasatul%  Ironed '"it I tsnall! —IM" Jan. laboui %  t OUIlfll KIICGSTl IK, Iu up "f a Joint Ii tO 'U %  I II is the .i I lel.iUtnu since in %  (in iM I %  poll The .uimit ,, , %  ':vidad a* l„l,T It I P.1 M W I HPfJ ne T.UC and HUgl island Bin v cit with A E W< Mail Una i chairman. The lEovernmem I. I l| %  Mll'll' I I'll I the inaUti %  %  • FIGHT CANCER WITH NEW MACHINE BYTWesl A SIX-MIIHON VOII MACMNI liut can thoot X-ray* at dorp-aaated canter llmir la beln buUt uodar tho direction o( thesa Slanfordi Univanlrf, Calif, Klanti.U. Thej ara Prof. Idar< L. Qlniton (left), director of Slanford'a mlcrowava laboralanr. "id Dr. llrnry Kaplan. bead of tba radlolofj department Their new weapon I. known a. lao Unaai clcclronlc accelerator and rcporledl/ can panetrata lavcr. or health; tlasua without Inlurlna Hem. The naclnnc will ba o Inoxpewlva that molt ho.pllaU will bt abla to buy ooa. (faMmahonatJ \



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE II I s|,\V. II IV 22. 1*52 Qahib fatting. Quite Worth Noting MANVILLE PICKS NUMBER NNE f King Nep's Friend, Methie & IBkA^iaBniHM^^Hi^liH^^^^HMA^iata I a.*... 1-1 L. UIJ-.I /1JJ Warn*. D iNZALEZ from %  and they %  CoGtroil*r Of* Suppl ;> s .*i st. vi if In A long leave %  in BarbaLane For Summer Holidays H .^UTL and COUN Rl he Lodge School. %  i -, ing for ID Republic the tummcr holidays with i: and Mrs t\ C nniahed ins studies al the I.on to Canada In September to en•ld Cot* e to study ..nirp while Colin mg hart lot tinnopralni ( nhool next term. Engaged %  twean Miss Beryl i l Mrs. C St. Michael 4 E. wlllbunf. and on oi Mif %  .;... I 111 Dd the late Mr. %  ilaUons. Melon-Choly Baby From Venezuela M R .M) MI'S KONALD HI1 i> fmrr Caracas. VeneJudging from recent enquiries. .. number of rV*auen* would learn quit" a lot h) making tha I UMrini "Don"'-" (or Brushes H W I A via Trinidad for Now lhat halr-b uah are oOi-bout two weeks' holiday and are taxable again I aug eM guests at Paradise Beach Club. portant "don'is" Mr Hitch is working with the Richmond Exploratlor. Cam H Also arriving h> the same plane from Trinidad were Messrs. Simon Pietrl and hrr little granddaughter Maria from Caracas. They have %  ome over foi fifteen days" holiday which they are upend II %  I tha Hotel Roval. Had Pleaaant Holiday M R. AND MRS. C. H BIRNN of New Jersey, left by B.W I A. yesterday morning for Antigua and Puerto Rico on their W bark to the US.A after aswstsftavg two weeks' holiday •west* at the Ocean View Hotel Ml li. i i who has been here on thai Ihji Don'f g ip your hnlr-brush b> tha brtauaa oi pna .. ovir imgeri-L.aln.it Ui in Don't comb out the hairs too ioughly Don't wash the brush in aoda. Lut u- teul'l. s opv > i. in ho: sunshine or guests gtiong artificial heat. No Mixing-Bowl ? Explo ation In a junk shop is (ten worth while. A friend of nine, long mourni ig a e.acked 1 ixing-bowl. is now crowing with as delight, having picked up an old uBthst.tiul-h. sin in her local of tha ad kind, and i one of the most pleasant holtmakes an admirable mixing-bowl. A WINNIR in her Held, statuesque Joanna Cudd holds a prize melon alert after being chosen to reign over the Arlrona lllelon Festival at Glendale. The gala pageant will take place In the states' famed Valley of the Sun. (InL-mattowal> i has ever had here and Perhaps your attic houses .me i hopes to return soon again He tha inch might gn is a confectionerv manufacturer g(^d service in tne kit. of New Jersey and Hean of Hand%  if) Confa %  tinner*, of the National Association of thr I" S A Mind The Pa.nt-l.ruOi: Cinema Proprietress M FfS Intranail I NTHANS1T vcvn.L ) nOC1llA| from St. Vincent by B.G. Airways, was Mr. Errol Comma who will be leaving shortly for Antigua to take up his new appoint* MR K M HICKS. Export Rement under u C D. and W. Schemeuresentatlvc of Messrs. Kanas Senior Draughtsman in the en,. Ud. 01 rtneering .U T rtn,c„, ol the Co.Wjjj. morning land. Is now in ihc eminent of Antigua. USJ thinking bfJ -ring a little amateur houae-p..inl LUCKY SAMAKOO. („„ Ih is ye.n Bnish.-< are still ex Sl _, r I'" i ; i ,'! : "r ';',-"'*' Lu, *V %  *• • aamaroo Cireuii of cinemas 'Trinidad, is now In Barbados a week's rest. She arrived yesterSUW&TJ&att! ssaarjireOn Extended Tour i for%  %  if. exleiidcd tour n: %  of .uiiI %  by B.G. Airways from M„ CP He rly Draughtsman Builder attached to the Public Works Department in St. Vincent. Mr Comma is staying with his brother-in-law, Mr. Errol Barrow, Mrs. Barrow Lands End. ol and Westward H'i After Thrsr Weeks ISS ALFREDA GEORGES. Chief Clerk of L. Rose and Co. of Dominica, returned home yesterday morning by B.G Alrsheba. With The Royal Bank A FTER spending two weeks' holiday 111 Trinidad with hi relatives in Port-of-Spain. Mr. OOJMKj arrived here yesterday morning by B.W.I.A. intransit for Dominica where hr li employed with the Royal Bank of Canada. He left later the §ame day by B.G Airways. Spent Two Week. %|H AND MRS ERIC DOUG_ Haw one, soak it in cold Water 5 or for twenty-four hours before use. After use. the bJttatl n tuipaotiiM %  1 mi.tnt TII ml k out all the paint while the brusli is soft, particularly high up on Iha Ix fat ha bj UM bandla. Than wash in warm, soupy water, rinse well, shake mid hung to dry in | Cool, airy place Biriagf ClatsssJssg Preliminary With spring-cleaning on CVerj bOUa* wlfe'e pingmmme. vacuurr cleancrs will be working oWtinkt Now la the time to make sure that M" st Vincent and left later the .. i. n.w.i.A. Mr. Hick5 .said that he left England on June 8 and so far has covered Trimdad, Grenada, St Lucia. Barbados and St. Vincent. i.'idin home some% %  .iiber. To Resid* In Canada A NUiN -.'I.leaving ytler nioniing for the Via AmlKua nnd Puerto H W I A wai Hi S<-:vwii KM arty of Mewra. i of Mr. and Mrs. Zl W, Kirlon ut "Sannn jpiointimnt as surveyor l ID spend two the Dominica Government York with his relaWhile in Barbados. Mr. Cro* im Canada to ford was the guest of Mrs. Hul i OtiaaL at "Alcot", Worthing they are In good order If the belt I.AS of British Guiana, left nM W1>m aUck ^^ it—new ^ ?, U, i dtt, .fi B w -"-A. lOT onc ar ,. lo bc har , t though still Trinidad on their way back home aoarce. after spending two weeks' holiday if your modal i* titled artth %  W 'i i-eatoiwon-sr..". htiiahjaa. iaa thai tfaaaa -.^.oot Sl ^ c *' n rhoked with hjdn Mr. Douglas is Supervisor of the l( ., ( t connection* are sound. Co-operative Credit Banks atSMIUNO TOMMY MANVIUf, the asbestos millionaire, steps up to a clerk's window in New Rocbelle, N. Y H to obtain his ninth marriage hrense. The next Mrs. Manville. pictured with him, Is dancer Anita Roddy-Eden, 29. It will be her first marriage. (International) SHOCK FOR SWIMMERS I istrn'-ry; Hours HELSINKI, July 17 •a The cream of UM wort "• %  mcrs had to get over a slight iniTH ** %  ho< k when they strolled into UM riKii!, dressing room at thi 4 10 oo pn> Tw I ly 8*rvif. 4 IS i) p m Cricket, t us p m p m a.B.r N.>rlhrn B p m U!Ur Muailn*. %  IS rt Th* Commonwtelih, • IS .it. Round-Up and Pnummm* .. 7 OS p in The Hews, 1 I" nw Nrwi Prom Britain. i %  %  • :i pm U Um II STn I'-:jMTv'ssa.'Ssi-: Xri'"'" holiday. She was the guest and Mrs. C. B. Stuart of "Retreat'-, Tweedside Rood. To Take Up Appointment I EAVING for Dominica yester-4 day bv B.G. Airways, was Mr. Alfred P Crawford of British Guiana who has gone to take up with Attf nded Niece'a Wedding R ETURNING to Trinidad on Sunday night by B.W I A were Mr. and Mrs. Eric Lange who were guests at the Hotel Royal and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lange who wdFe t the CYcam View. They had come oval (Of the wedding of th.lt DHCa Mi Joan Lange and Mr. John Masslah which took place on Thursdav ut St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church. Eiie.iv Answer While we're on this subject, don't forget a spring-cleaning for the mattresses. The vacuum cleaner's attachment will remove dust from the*—remember to work round and under the tufts, where aulation. Tinattachrnant, too, will make n gr-rfl job of removing dust from books standing on open shelves. From My PiMl-Kat,' •How sliould I wfuh white handT IS p m Bnn>ivo. 1 45 p m Pr. Mi'al Portrait. %  IS pm Radio Hewf •• i. %  SS p m ItppnM Prom Biilsln. a li u m InWrlud*. %  U p n From Tl> EdllorlBlii 100 |i n< IW-llunr With „d make, '?£-/£££ tusn?Tsr as Hew., 10 10 p m N*Talk. 10 IS p 4 rt u.ids* Tllcine. 10JO p. BofBtal inrrtiud.-! Olympic swimming pool and found that all the attendant* were women. Some even walked out in a hurry thinking they had gone Into the wrong dressing room. But all then become used to it and one of them said. "If it's all right tritli ihrm (women attendants) it's all riant with us. — l.P. —Shadows Thought Hr Had n Odd Nan By MAX IKH.I. "THIS.said Klnr Nep pointinf to |he very ol.l man with the long white beard sitting on a rock be*i U him. "is my arood old friend >ii Uue." hnarf and llanid both said: a very strange •M.lhi,-. for .id..it." answered | p 'Mi* full name is tirand Uwaaloh Ha's quite hard of hearing." Kinj* Nsp added. -Hello there!" he shouted into the eld man's ear. "These are the two sjMldrea I ** telling you about— Knarr and Hsni.l." The aid man's eyes sparkl.d. He had pink cheeks. "Ah," he said. "I'm very glad to knew you." i;iad to Know "We're eery glad to know you. Grandfather Methie,' said Hamd. Knarf also rreeted Grandfather Methie. Then he said: "We can't •tay very long. It's almost dinnertime. We have to hurry home." At this Grandfather Methie (who seemed to be able to hear ouite well when he wanted tot said: "Hurry? Did you say hurry?" "Yea," said Knarf. "Neear awry, my hoy. Ilnste makes waste." "Oh, that's a proverb!" Hnnid exclaimed. King Nep took Knarf and Han I uUt. "Old Grandfather Methie is always using proverbs—" "What are proverbs?" Knarf interrupted to ask. "Proverbs are expressions like 'haste makes waste' or 'look before you leap.' You see," King Nep said smtlmir, "Grandfather Methie is very old and so are proverbs. I think he and the proverbs he uses wore all born nl the same time. But let's go back." When they went hack they were aurprised to see Old Grandfather Methie sewing a toar in the sleeve of his coat. "A stitch In time saves nine," he %  aid. "What does that proverb mean?" Knarf wanted to know. stltrh In time aarea nine," %  aid Melbie. Old Grandfather Methie was glad to explain. "It means that if you mend something right away, you can do it with one little stitch. But if you were laiy and put off mending until another day. the tear will get worse and you will have to use nine stitches where before you only needed one. But-" said Grandfather Methie, taking another breath, "it doesn't only mean those things about mending and sewing. It can also mean about doing your lesaona—or building; a house—or fixing a broken toy. If you do whatever has to be done right away, you won't have to do nine times as much later when it gets worse. There!" "My goodness!" Knarf exclaimed. "And one little proverb means nil that!" Old Giandfnthcr Methie nodded. "That's what's so wonderful about proverbs. They're very short and they're very true." Just before Knarf and llanid left to go home. Old Grandfather Methie sang a proverb song for them. This is how It went: A stitch in time saves nine, my dear. Still water runs so deep: Great oaks from little acorns grow. So, look before you leap. GUESTS WHO MAKE A WIFE SCREAM Mr. Eric Lannc Is Deputy Mayor kerchiefs a) home, please?n %  a %  %-.. j • III C~.IT I. ...It -iJ iw>U i i Fernando and n'Director of Trinidad Agencies of which his brother Mr. Ray Lange Is Managing Director. Canadian Engineer A FTER spending eighteen is. months noun b£ VENETIA MURRAY W HO arc MI people who irritate a U most'. I kill murks lo. .., M p and ihe table napkin* rasi on a: %  'wela. into me* *ho asks him1 '.!: %  I and rings up at sai -Ceii I SJ, Wendy too * Tlu nri hi) can unh HICK ut LiaVf pi %  K LU dinner anttni %  v be Uahts up %  cigar* ... nidcui i wine you have taken trouble sY Thc" ho departs oif Monday Rsornint takiim iour hu*favourite rwvrl-of-tne ruana ng You don't mind, do you f I ju.i fWlldn I nlihoui Knoaina ! %  naooens to Eddv I hitir foano SMn who swee: 1 Into iiii oockiell osuti in even i ilk diess mih in lo* th" prettl atirl vou deliheralelv did not ask. . * Tin ~iw'i wlio appeara Inoking for breakta-at eight o'clock, when you weir Hoping for a Ion/ morning in children Olive and Mrian, are now on their way to their home In Toronto. Canada. They left yesB* lerday morning by H.W.I.A. for Put into it ihe U.S.A. via Antigua and I'uert,. Rico. Mr. Housley who Is an engi • ;nnf nysj tu in.ui.mo tha cold storage plant for Messrs. Evelyn. (I) Souk In salt and cold water fm an hour or so. HI; Etlnaas t-> gal rid of the gait um Wash In hot. soapy water. (iv) Boll for about ten minutes with a little borax in the water. in suitable weather a good plan a. td 'hem tint tn bleach In biight sunshine. Ifinv ran I clean a stained wine III ll'l \M SIS -.It i „i. j !• i last -i-i' .1 Senna* as up. Plllowa SI SO. l-titi" t'lodie*. BeOi.sa 'PI\IN<; i tbai TaMai M i %  %  i %  l, or %  nndrd r>"l KANQg i •tlrr. Wai .m SI 10 EXAMINE YOURSELF Can You Say 'NO' to All These Questions? BLOOD IMPURITIES \oCSL L. S. i ip. Hid ICE BOXES — WILSON J Do tea suffer froai %  ACKACHEr KHF.UMATISM? SLEF.PI.ESSNKS5! HEADAOIESf HISS OF ENERGY? TOO rRFQUENT URINATION? II i" Mr answer U "VES" la any one ol Ihe %  u*il The afraio'iforiMird Klrphmantaci who abscond al i week-end. with nnvthlng froi.v sour eve nlack to vour newest French record. Roach and Co. He has nowgone tea? ,„,., It „ oUl wive. u e lo h ? m ? I c Ji har v oI bl er ;y that cold water must be usea plant in Toronto. fui (huir t7nr u.,iiL D.,Old wive* ccrUiinly do say thi-' eT ,, P ""I" " "' Ooodnight "* when vouve had a two-hour struggle to get It te sleep . london Exoreas Service BV THE WAY ... By Beachcomber T*0 UM .viurnt thttKrin ol the They would Indeed! And much youUl of I'lbncy St. Vltu. happiness would It bring them! i which was the Anyhow, a mass Invasion ol the moat lm|>: i.n.l put of the Carolkitchen* would not Improve the MIT without temptrs ol the chemists in their while hats, and would give the nopcOrMT, \ho whole place a rowdy air. A lunchi.li.-.i on to mat* •> or diner might nnd hlmsell l| U i. struggling with a waiter, to jet li ic and crown. But J> %  guest... and at any moment a c Town Hall thing, liekind of tug-ol-wor might end by rooa. The ruining flsh beyond repair. Thin run up, but what ran up ; orn^uonilent mentions hygiene. which the What! With one man lurl.vo > short-sighted Mayor saluted cramming a whole pudding into irini the'laughter, his .pocket beCore returning to the ,1 head and dming-">"'. and CMOS SWORD > 5 JTT r i a | j i i • J 113 • ii 11 -'i 77 %  py %  • „] %  *l tup. has that aeruti the hot tap has nut. Remember, too. that If the kettle allowed to boll for more thun few moments, water loses Its ration S. the leave rtJsQ H lHs. Incidentally. aa^MTel say that toe boat flavour Is to be had fr .vhich has Infused for just H minutes, no longer. Backache, Rheumatic Pain Relieved gardening, painting, odd lobs tMund the hi be a pleasure again when you are >>ee from backache, rheumatic pains, stiff, sching muscles and joints, lumbago or commoo urinary troubles due to impunties in the blood. Why not get happy relief by taking Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. They help ihe kidneys to rid the blood c acid and other impuriitci which otherc might collect io the system and cause distress. HAL* A Cl-STVRYof nci is r*asss*a> ail, kiJrwy action if iht prottd record of Doan't Pilli. Graitful man and n of all agtt HU and rtco mm nd this eflkitw diuretic an-' unnar) atuntpiic to their friends and neighbours. Dealer (ar ^Jg^^ ^^ m§ ^} 5 /Pnim winch \o\i f..iu\ ii ma'tin 11 || DAM fir ut* aa fuel aboard. li A dafotmml jfl Ha) i || 11 Mav Df moi 3 ..... ant i ii IlKf 1 no. a remedr. (Si i than 11 Aero*, i II almost iunI -in-wiiiting. la IdsWtS, bill as remarked In an enough to go on with." fJ/i. / MV, loo* lure! „ 111 Una his hat with bits of omelette Tlu re .vrested from a tin? rWgaMeVasJI "'•' trtmgh* fur wotifti Ui (txaet a'pilhat for" I l *rftl breaks the lyre. Ihn i iiuteome at (be mad mil I li.licit, mcli poaaerO i jtty tnasm %  — or oi cheip > % %  • % %  %  i Stand Betorr u (nr IB Down. bwni.li oallad 34. i5i i WittiOraw a Hundred from I eaene i*| to AC.ar a car nutritious, m ;.' Hetreahms P I it Caned at IM nop It Aa a mi II CtHUtKSPtlNDF.NT suggests ma ti MISOGYhTiai' suggests that If women took nosebags to it would avoid U the /\ u -:;iui.inl-uT noisy eating that goes on during i. ParUsjnent %  tlv performance. But what about lo inspect the drinking? Could there not be an "People would then exquisite little trough fined to each know what they wcie eating stall, and filled with tea? See • Aiiagr.m tu a the l.l VIIMI KillTHl'BM iSaiyi til B-SB pm • atst.rK* aioi %  nv Mack BROWN n a ... ii.*-. m m 111^ HANCI 1 AHTAIRE m III. 11 1IMI.I lo| 1 lto <>1 *'


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GHAVAM RESIGNS OFFICE
Crowd Clamours nrns Democrats Qpen
Angry Convention
For Mossadegh
TEHEHAN. July 2\
PREMIER CIHAVAM ES SULTANEH handed his res-
ignation to the Shah on Monday night after failing to put
down bloody rioting.
Supporters of the formei Premier Hmm|^[|i paraded
through the city, bearing Persian Hags and shouting "the
nation has scored victory, we want Mossadegh to return
as Prime Minister We also demand a trial of traitors/'
The crowd marched to Mossadegh's house begging him to
accept Premiership.
The Persian Parliament rnei in a speeml session ;md
Deputies are voting for new Prime Minister. As Mossa-
degh s supporters have suddenly increased their numbers
it is expected he would be reappoinu-d.
Prominent National Front Deputies announced the
defeat of Ghavam over Teheran Radio and promised that
they will do everything to reinstate Mossadegh. All shops
were closed today but suddenly opened up this i
on hearing the news of Mossadegh's victory and flags were
Hying from all public buildings.
Mossadegh DspuUM ,>i.-,..:
alarmist reports of n '
said 300 to MO were killed today
Throughout the country. Despite
a flood of rumours there were
tnly 20 confirmed death:' lure.
These Deputies said
Mrika is in effect throughout Iran
Mil that in some area*
lieople have been killed
Only Way Out
One pro-Mossadeah Deputy.
Chsugi Hid I
upportiTs in Parlianui
I leased u> 33 Deputies and that
they advised the Shah that .he
only way out of the prusenl efaafli
li to ni-appoint Mossadegh
Hiotlng climaxed the week-
ttd of disturbances that left
ii injured lad auntfrMl
U.K. And US.
Consult On
Fran CJrisis
B> II. <\ i ii m i i
LONDON. Julv 21.
Britain and the Vnlted States
were reported on Monday to have
begun direct consultation on the
explosive situation in inn. With
a simultaneous government efWl
in Egypt there was fear and sen-
sitivity that the Middle East might
be engulfed in .i wave of unrest
with unpredictable conseq
ailed. Eight Sherman I 1" jnd the United States
ill tiuek loads of troop, gu iru-lV'"' *"'; idertoi what
mg Parliament Square .thdre* **>"> become necessary If the
later In ir, Hen ""*'"" **"* *n Iran. So far
Mossadegh Deputies had appealed x"c> '"<\ not taken any decision!
to rioters to return home. Demon-
strators stood silent qm Bunutt
then dispersed shedding le
Howevr. their effort.- u
i i'. i ii,-imeiit building touched
off the biggest b.ittl, ol UM Bio
The outlawed pro-Cumin uiysl
Tudeh Party is reported I
taken a prominent |rt in tho
and hoped the Iranian government
MUM restore order.
The interests of neighbouring
Russia in fran has been made only
too deal in the recent past. Offi-
'I *. far they hud no in-
pi the Soviet moves in
Iran but there was always the pos-
Mbllttj of indirect manlpu
morning riots and credited with lll'rnu*',_** >nuounist-dominated
shouting anti-Shah slogans and Tudeh Party.
with smashing his statue. E***** " f Soviet and Mld-
f.p. dk' Eastern affairs cautioned
I strongly that the overthrow of Mo-
l.oanunfd Mossadegh brings with II
it "(naturally. renewed
'-.iiff'i of Soviet efforts to Inter-
fere in Iranian affairs.
MovwioKh diplomacy has In the
prsaranUy satisfie .Kremlin -because it withheld oil
from the west, weakened the wests
position In Iran and weakened the
country itself making It an easier
-- (hammed M
Votnmunists nfj; -
Cancel
Meeting
TORONTO. July. 21
A meeting of Communist dele-
gations to the international Red
Cn-ss Conference opening here
on Wednesday was ealfed off
today when North Korean and
ar-
prey for potential revolutionary
developments. Information reach-
ing London claimed the Tudeh
re already active exploit-
ing the pn>-Misadegh demonstra-
tion
U.P.
Gen. Ridgway
in Greece
Rumanian delegates failed
t M
Airline officials said the dele-
gates from two satellite countries
had missed their plane which
arrived on Sunday.
A seven member Russian delc-
gaUon arrived on Friday and had
planned to meet with others to-1 ATHENS. July 21
day before the conference. General Ridgway arrived bj
opened. Seven Communst coun-' plane on Monday night for a ftv*
tries includlne CrechoslovSJUa, day inspection tour of Greet.
Poland snd China are expected i He will visit Salonika on Tuosda\
at the conference In addition to, where he will inspect Ores*
delegation, from t>*> other coun- frontiers.
tries. It Is believed that the A Greek flag with an insertj-
Communist charges that germ, tIon agu n.sj Ridgway was hotst-
warfare has been used by United; ed by supposed Communists on
Nations troops in Korea would -he building where the America:
be one of the main wrangles it mission offices are housed. Poll
the conference rj.p. removed It. D.P.
(By LTlr ( WILSON)
CHICAGO. July 21
i udder less Democrats opened
invention on Monday with hit1
^ .. factional split thai
teeping the White House in
L.S. Sends
Memorandum
To Israeli
WASHINGTON, July 21
A stale Department spokeMiian
D Munday that the
..ins has no intention of
moving iu embassy from Tel-A-
Viv to Jerusalem. The spoke -
niiii said department memoran-
dum to that effort baa been sent
i,i UM Uiauli HovwrnnuMit. It
sold Israel has not yet fornuil,
tcquvslcd. although It has reveal-
ed plain for moving il> foreifMi
office io Jerusalem.
The spokesman said the
"United Statea has always eup-
portad the International regunu
for Jerusalem thai will provide
pratactlon lor holy places and 1h>
acoaptabJfl to Israel and Jordiin
. munity."
He said the memorandum em-
phasized that the United States
governmciM continues to adheru
to the policy that there should
Ik- international control of Jeru-
salem and the United Nation,
should be given a chance to re-
new the situation with a view
to arranging a status for Jerusa-
lem which would he satnfactoi v [
to all parties.
It emphasized that the United
States has no plans for transfer
ring its embassy to Jerusalem.
The memorandum also made it
clear that the United States gov-
< rumen! ) concerned over the
decision of Israel government to
move Its fOrassjn office to Jerusa-
lem. u.p.
THs. FEUDINU an'
I hen Unity -Hut N attain. I
apparent hope of prevent
Jeopardise thai, chances
Invembar
The party's Wb'i deli'* . n-" 1 <>>' alternatea an.i
thoti^ands of guests and sp-t'otoro, trooped to a l I
Usflj iwki by the stockyards for the angriest and mo '
fustsd DorrKKTatic Conventun m 20 years
Many at \u,iu .. dd Like la
uran for the presidential i
i
who deUvared

address of the 01 i i. .
But h.n Tiinii\ i
eil.nn to expI'Mi O) Mond.t
night or Tuesday
Stevenson, who doesn't waul
lominalii'ii. but b
.>. Mm rfrafl, told delegates to
orgel personalities and concen-
trate on prlni-ipli Ai-n,.
ne pleaded with them not t.. ic-
M>at the hale, breeding I
, which charactarlaad thi* Rapubli<
IB -tiutigle two weeks agi
l^tWren the asapi ,.'
l>wiKht P BUenlMwtr and Sen-
i toe Hobert Tafl.
"Iliiinan l.'i .i.i
Vice -president Waltei Rauthef
ana?aaa af Indu
aataatloaa sai.i on laoasat) thai
i nlesii the lkemi>cratic I'.iH
rdopis a strong "No-C'ompromlse
i r iiiim.iii Higtit.1!" pUtiorrn witii
an antifilibuster plank, hiboul*
eaders "will not dttlvei
. ote" In November
In .m impussioiird pleu U> th
'ternocratii platform Wrltln.;
Committee. Heuther said that the
etnocfata cannot convpi
I <>f the basic issues and win
! election Mr i<.|,1 the i rnii
.ittee "you mu*1 dartd
OU aTown uravcr owing to the prlvftesja or paaple" E daniod
Korean war The aircraft wtrtjihat anv labour lender cap aclu-
flown to Kong Kong by Chiang ||, tteltver the votes of Labour
Kn Shek'- Nationalist fav- Union members unless tho party
tntment when it w a
Privy CoutneiJ
Must Decide
Ownership
LONDON July 21
Bnt.nil'!, highest court, tl
Prlyy Council began banrki
Mondiiy an appeal against th'
Hong Kong court Judgrncng thi.'
iwnrded tht owiiersiup of *o ci> i
uplauch vsluexl -t more tha>i
ii.ooo.noo io tht Chlw
ir.unist government. The aircraft
4iwal lions Kiiita Kovcrnmrnt en-
Htld at KslTak
The appc.il was bruugh) by i
Civil Air Tranaport [neecpors td
il Daluu'ut United' State* >
Ifl
Hi
1 .f the asseti of CenUal Air Trar *
pi rt Corporation that was descri<>-
'd as an uaiocorpoialcd coinm-1 -
cial enterpnie of the sjpverssnii
|i>( the Republic of China.
-Because of thi in..
Jinpliciitioni of the case It has
been ordered u> be heard by Uie
Privy Council by a special Ordi i
in Council
Counsel lor the Delaware Cor- '
poratton Sli Hartley Shawcn^;
-aid the intfrnutional implication^
.ricaui/ed by the British as
l Dr. Jure government On De.
cember 12, 1)49, they were sold
by UM Nolianalksts to lha a/#
lakes a strong stand on "vital
i"U*- But with a stnmg Damo>
...Hi- platform he suul ., UUmi-
lcau*r ran ">- lii> iiiRuwncr wllli
to point out I-
deceeaors in title of the Delaware and the "worker himself will
Corporation Three or four week* | delivr. the vote Tlie bread box
later the Britiah government re-| 'J tievl to n hellnt boa."
cugnuted Uw Communist govern-
ment nx the De Jare govemmenli "e laid that the C.I.O and 11
Itiawiu w The Privy Council must now I l!>4ft election berause of th
decide whether that chanje in re-
cognition nffccted the |imp'ii \n
right* already obtained by third
parties outside China and whirl.
resulted id trie aircraft
registered in the United Stalai
Shaweross said there was no
authority to support the Hong
Kong court'* view that the succes-
sion of one government to another
could affect in any way rights t
Oa page 3
A ** lONDON BtllZI nakn l..uidling the bridal veil a bit of a p
eou-sin of Bnglaad-s Wueen KUsabelh II. leaves St Margaret's. Weatr I
the son of Mary. Princess Royal, M unt of Queen Kllubeth The DT
dainihter of I-idv Tax and Mep-d a lighter of Sir John Foa Fleesuse rt
be niiii-'. but Pram* Philip aaxi Hrlnoaes Margaret Hose attended.
iem aa Gerald DevMl Laseellea,
.r. with his bride Toe groom Is
is the farmer Angela Dowdlng,
-old. Wueaai Elisabeth eould not
faestsenatsassst Radluphoft
Hearing Of Writ g* <> ror Lontempl i)\ FlyOverU.S.
Court Continues
Chief Justice Wilt Sum Up To-day
HIS U IRDSHTP ttie Chi- I Justice Sn Allnn Collymot- .
Kt will sum up to thl S|>'< .il Jury empani'lle*! to decidi
on ih.- Huir ol Court isnii ub t Colonol R. T Ml
WtfJ the AdvM.ile 1'iiiii|i;iii\ i a Itemed Cuiiti'inpl nl Com
whon hearnii' ol the Writ n'nnies thai morning ,it |n :
o clock
A'. .1 "I ll-'k tl' ll'Hl.i .
oan, Mr, Reece Q
' lU '.....I.....v
. i
'ii. .<"" luted -i.-n.>ui ,t,i.in .
n ".hirii ha libtnHtad to UM jur)
hat thcie wbs nolliinu in tin
irUela i raaoi I of ,i i
.y thl i.iYiidiini.

tlurrinuin Tries
To Boll Rendt
< H1CAOO
ivei mi ii.....tnai i
ii. mocratli Pn b I
.....tion. took personal
"'' u" '" ' "" .....lav o
* "w* ......oalnat th-..... ,1* ^ watiV.
DuomdaiM ..i.ipany M ,
Mr W.ilmlt. in -n.......f the iul-1 linrriman and mutual .security a '
mi by IffJi LonWUp thai i uu.m I , ,i. ,,
for the platnttfl would riavo i Vorki a in|lv are
light of napl) to 'he legal sub ffOTt 't amoi
missions isel f.,i the ha Vi
-------------- ....... ijeiciiti.iiir Company, did ooi < is to vole AM tl
Di-mocratle Party's stand >n that rtj I that ha arould i princlplaa Of Kmnklm lb-*
Human Rights in its plutfoim prefer to err <^i th. "L(l Hrn rui.n..., I
He said that his union printed< ,,, pgthar than daa] Ortttl v
jajM B.nnnom^ P*UUaal hand:wn whl,.h ,. ,,., i,t,K deal "rvej ol Uv dam
Triimans candidacy and .,. Ultl, Ui..t he .. not anuUed ilrman Paul Pltapal
billi
'ranif hundred
I...,, |. ii,,.
WASHINGTON July li
tl,. An ihrei .ti~elusd Monday
ptl Rndar

. ism uoldeatlflad "oble
atlar screen-, about into
Saturday l

'
tiil up and down and hoi
.beut the aaa
. -. |~rr ..
Jecta"Air Force careful
ed saying iying saucers"came
a the Air Fore,
the report b> '
who said the> saw eight glow-

ination 1(0
13
The Alt F
i control
igl
news Air rorce base i-
i about midnlK*.'
, ,-iVina p*rt tansV-n; Ifesn
; inn to ISO
li lade thi
ition.il "sauceri
i
,.,'Cr 1,000 mile
ultra also laid
. t left Nations Vii
'ter 3.IHI
.. n lights betwe.
irMtton and H I
IP.
thousand)
UBSSBH von i:lv
I .
4ttg7ttr*r5ra-aj: 3SSK
not dalhnar the vote
Truce Talks:
Brief Sessions
PANMUNJOU. July 21
Allioa imX ConununUt tiucv
A IWMltV-IIH_____
bull
Steel Strike Gath
^iifiiiie Production
EAST HAHTTORD. C:,ui<:Ucul.
July 21
Prall ..ml WttMncv alrcrufi
(I,vi.ion of Unlt4 Am
[kmniioii ,ii.finM>,i m Uoo4aj
',*l .Irike i- ..inn |
lolo it.- production ol Minim ("
Truman Hack
At Work
WASHINGTON. July 21
il Truman returned to
he became ill cm July
12 and signed the last of the bills
'lie uind Congress.
Although Truman was dcscrlb-
Ing chiptle,. "ascavaan
of State Dran Acheson was his
I'rew, iecrt-tary Joseph
iiuman probably will
Violent Earthquake
Hits Los Angeles
I.OS ANGELES. Juh L'l
A > IOLENT EARTHQUAKE, which fell
,n a bucking bronc- roll,,, ,1,,^, CWlforn......1 t&'Qgfg:
UMV1BI many dead and injured At least 10 are dean nUon ..i leievision b!oj im
and in the little desert town ol Tein M.hapi. the home of th< '"r * Cui himrelf later Is
Califomiu Women's State Prison, the ion,! rolling wan-. "" *~'l
of the quake, which bcKan at 11.65 G.M.T. and was fell In
diminishing strength for the next 45 minutes, wvra record
ed as far north as Santa Rosa, slxtl .....r north of Sai
Francisco and south to Ensenada, Mexico, two hundred
miles south of Los Angeles, and oast
Brawley. California
Jamaica h Insect
Control Centre
l.....Rtod - "f
ad it a. Tt*^2ua$Fl*&i
KINGSTON July 21
has been chosen to
pool technical personnel conduct-
ing an intensive regional Insect
control campaign throughout the
Caribbean Dr M F He Cure, ol
WHO. announced today.
:..! anil be drawn
mainly Irom the Caribbean area
consisting of PvbUc Health
an area

supervi*erv levr-l Thiv iil grad-
ually increase until eight officer*
are stationed ii
>ear.
inpjdaBi aim |
Caribbean territory no
th.- 1900
San Francisco quake."
- f the victiiTLs are reported
rod whan tt.. main hotel
hapt, an old two storey
bi Irk structure. c>llapsed. Others
died as they d.ishe-1 In fright into
the street and were cau,-!
illdlngs
The huge Tchrachapl Women'*
Prison, was "made unusable" bv
' 'remar.
There are no repof.ed in)uTle
at red ado lam which
has been deva-ii--
most beautiful pel on." The plant,
which looked more like an estate
ihan a i-
.1*'* accordlna: to
llv* Keni County SherllT'i Office.

.ptd aiti
CUveaW Beginning
'fIn Mali- Itiis-iiaiis
CHU AOO, July II.
laanaacfatlc Senator Paul H
iMuglas, laid Monday that the
i hate
raault
a van war and that the
erafaaa being preparad"
lownrd IMUUlg lha P"'" ''', ,-lrlk. w,ll hrn II lo noKH
war dedl iolleved tl,.. .U lv " talks__________________ ir.
Sunifuys meeting lasted 12
minutes and Saturday's 28. How-
ever the truce team?, will meet
again at II a.an. on Tuesday One
ilde or other may soon lift th<
news blackout lsoposed on the
' .Iks iinc* July 1 Both sides hs.l
agreed to conduct talks In *cre
in a satinirugty futile hope thai
an agreement could bi
more speedily than In 'he prev-
ious aesaoDS.
NO QUORUM AT
METIHG OF HOSPITAI
ADVISORY COMMITTBE
Id, meeting ol the |
Ho-Ollal Ad VI
. ban was m 11
lake piaoO at the Hoi
) aoaastl yesteiday uf;,
Th* issue holding up the tru not held due to the lack of
the Cunununistr demand inat

He said also that whan Rus-
sian Premier Josef Stalin dies a
struggle for power may break
<-ut in the Soviet Politburo
"which would1 convulse Russia
and render it incapable of agsres-
-C.P.
l.ou.ple (loniplctes
Autoinivbilo '['our
". EW YORK, July 21.
cue aagtd Indiana couple
arrived In New York on Monday
I'lciinif the journey pf
1 > had dreamed for all
31 years of their married hit.
Howard Jones, S2. and his wile
70,000 war prisoners held by
IIlea should be returned Allie-
would return ualy those who
want to return lb Cominuninn
Mime 7i).oou.
Red l-sisoti officers injectee
new puzzler Into the situation on
Monday r.y teaming to reeogr-.-
the Inteniiitional Committee of
Red C'fiu. Communists used "ir
Red Crow list of prisoner. If.
eamplain lo the United NaUnn.*
that the Alliew (ailed to list the
nainoat \A 101 Chinese prisoners
Cornmunn'-; had previously da-
nounoed the lnlernatlonal Bod
Croaa at an "ImpprialiRt Tool."
-c.r.
MaBdjB. mi CaaasjilsM
idnsa the aladJi al s n-!
aahaadant (. the <- nf ,no\ in.
furniture. <' lot Ho- IM'W) .
lOQuJrod proparty, 'Avalon" i
lemmctt's Lane
Rock -tlie first step In the pro-
posed extension of th' I
ind ,ilao on the estimated co-'
.....I Of l'i
elect.irai hasailatian of the Ha
pita!.
Mcmbei [/( -lit were |i
H G Cummins, MCI*. Chali
man. Mrs J. a llartlnaau an
Dr. D. S. Oideon. Medical Sunn -
intendent.
out an insect control programme; i;(,i from tnr buildi Tyrah 51. had comp;-
sponaored by U.NLCEF W.H vere iinrnediately called X^r 40.000 mil* auto trip that took
and the hxal govM and bi? circus tents for hous- thnt through most of the Wes-
present there -re two pro-:,nB plus sanitary equipment and tern Hemisphere. They arrived
E""mm' 'j-t are being rushed to the strn. Ma Aires. Aroantina. tr.
"y U.h l i !,ris.n ne, Brazil" of the Moore
Jamaica and d two railrued tunnel- t->twe-Ti M< Corinack Lines. Also aboasd
The Jamaica government has Tehraci-api anM rigged Chevro-
already allocated 3u.> oulhern Pacdu . 13. I0, they
for the first t**o veer* of the tween Ban Franelseo and Los An- had left Dunkirk, Indiana where
fm alffi gelei ci-ved in V r .'.neral home -C P
Fish Fly Half Around World
SEW YORK, July 2! mount Aquartun ' V I
Six hundred Mnall-moulhed City accompanied Uv
.m !- ,f.p -ft,, Aquarium sup<
Vi J,nrUn^ V"K N thi oaek'ng and -hippli,
York auatearsd Governor li.i ssj ^.w
'Uanafey to Bao Dai.
(State left IdlewiM ir- Olivor Kuigsbury of All kin
port aboard a Pan Amir.ran New York supervr*r and ftili
Airways plane Monday on a trip distributor for the New York
which will take them more than State Conservation Department
half wiy around the worku aald upon their arrival U
will be placed in a Igk.
The us weeks old Rah are In- above aaa level near Saigon "to
ina shipped lo Bao Dai as the re- see how thi In that
iult of s trip Dewey made to the climate." Thi- lish will '
Far East last year during which to Bangkok. Thailand by Pan
he learned that the Vietnam American and 'hen will -
rul*r in avid angler had never ferred to a Vietnam Cos. |
fished for Bees. August Rabau< Diane fdi the remainder of the
of the New York Tropical Pish trip They are espected b
Suppliers employed b> Para- Saigon next Pride- i F
*eek ago was expected
in about two or lossaa
t of Grand
Sessions had to
.
Imw and r'nct
It is expe,t,-.i that healing will1
com lu > whan on
aauwipUori Hal Lordship will sun.
up, and law in > km' to oan-
nii'i .urn ratui n
win n haw Log
i
,; k,(. im fmiher uno>
inn on a point M
"ast Friday as (o thara b
Courts of Orand Baaslon
ci-tain
Mi. Reaoa 'i'i thai I
I on all the
. ii i
rts e/ei

iery. etc. but th. C
rould look .it i

would be noticed that n
tad bean f tin Assirea.
Hi: I.
iying that
not of th*

. and Mi Rao
utsstnieuV U I | unant wa |
i it* bOglC if COX

would than arise whether It mli(h.
1 -.till i
Fair Trial
he jury li
., caae. ou
U would assur- "

irordf used u B
"
rig case. He cautioned them no',
Lo misundei d.ii.d him ..'

Ing with contempt which woulo
nil to the ||

whethei
not th >'"ii spoken wan-
i nun. al
Under tin* Jury Laws pssoetlad
!' try the out alae
'
W 0 i d
I
I tlie *aim-I IMond
had said, in their wisdom must
have wanted to take away the pow-


ilarty wish

(,uc-linri-. of fjitv
mg you that you
vthlng th


i>n page 1
I the session until latl
ii.iy Tiic raoaai howevi i
i died im' i
including: I eii t
ip link n.....i I I*
I .alnnil- RelasUons
Gel Presfa 1^
l oiks (In DrfmuVd
Ju| Bonds Start
n/w YORK I
i , r 111 a I
Frem h bout*
ol aboul S400.000.000 defaulted
are scheduled to
11 here with a Japanaai
'ion at 7 pjn ti M.r on Mnnnsj
i i n> gaach aavi
ting on -wai eWnss.

nit of Ui< Amen. a.. Bondhold-
ttvg Catsnetl Mud the
ally scheduled < unfereiices are
N to flelegate* only, with the


nary itndoaasatul-

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Jan.
laboui

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KIICGSTl IK, Iu
up "f a Joint Ii
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lel.iUtnu since in
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poll
The
.uimit
,, ':vidad a*
ll,T It I P.1
M W I HPfJ ne T.UC
and HUgl
island Bin
v
cit with A E W<
Mail Una i
chairman.
The lEovernmem I. '
I l| Mll'll' I I'll I
the inaUti '
'
FIGHT CANCER WITH NEW MACHINE
BYTWesl
A SIX-MIIHON VOII MACMNI liut can thoot X-ray* at dorp-aaated
canter llmir la beln buUt uodar tho direction o( thesa Slanfordi Uni-
vanlrf, Calif, Klanti.U. Thej ara Prof. Idar< L. Qlniton (left),
director of Slanford'a mlcrowava laboralanr. "id Dr. llrnry Kaplan.
bead of tba radlolofj department Their new weapon I. known a. lao
Unaai clcclronlc accelerator and rcporledl/ can panetrata lavcr. or
health; tlasua without Inlurlna Hem. The naclnnc will ba o Inox-
pewlva that molt ho.pllaU will bt abla to buy ooa. (faMmahonatJ
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
II I s|,\V. II IV 22. 1*52
Qahib fatting.
Quite Worth Noting manville picks number NNEf King Nep's Friend, Methie
& IBkA^iaBniHM^^Hi^liH^^^^HMA^iata I a.*..._____ 1-1______L. U- IJ-.I /1JJ Warn*.
D
iNZALEZ from

. and they

CoGtroil*r Of* Suppl;>s
.*i st. vi
if In a long leave
in Barba-
Lane
For Summer Holidays
H.^UTL and COUN Rl
he Lodge School.
i -,
ing for id Republic
the tummcr holidays with
i: and Mrs t\ C
nniahed ins
studies al the I.-
on to Canada In September to en-
ld Cot* e to study
..nirp while Colin
mg hart lot tin- n-
opralni ( nhool next term.
Engaged
twean Miss Beryl
i l Mrs. C
St. Michael
4 E. wlllbunf. and
on oi Mi-
f .;... I 111
Dd the late Mr.
.
ilaUons.
Melon-Choly Baby
From Venezuela
MR .M) MI'S KONALD
HI1 i> fmrr Caracas. Vene-
Judging from recent enquiries.
.. number of rV*auen* would learn
quit" a lot h) making
tha I UMrini
"Don"'-" (or Brushes
. H W I A via Trinidad for Now lhat halr-b uah are oO-
i-bout two weeks' holiday and are taxable again I aug eM
guests at Paradise Beach Club. portant "don'is"
Mr Hitch is working with the
Richmond Exploratlor.
Cam h
Also arriving h> the same plane
from Trinidad were Messrs. Simon
Pietrl and hrr little granddaughter
Maria from Caracas. They have
ome over foi fifteen days" holiday
which they are upendii
I tha Hotel Roval.
Had Pleaaant Holiday
MR. AND MRS. C. H BIRNN
of New Jersey, left by
B.W I A. yesterday morning for
Antigua and Puerto Rico on their
W bark to the US.A after
aswstsftavg two weeks' holiday
west* at the Ocean View Hotel
Ml li. i i who has been here on
thai Ihji
Don'f g ip your hnlr-brush b>
tha brtauaa oi pna .. ovir imger-
i-L.aln.it Ui in
Don't comb out the hairs too
ioughly
Don't wash the brush in aoda.
Lut u- teul'l. s opv -
> i. in ho: sunshine or
guests gtiong artificial heat.
No Mixing-Bowl ?
Explo ation In a junk shop is
(ten worth while. A friend of
nine, long mourni ig a e.acked
1 ixing-bowl. is now crowing with
as delight, having picked up an old
uBthst.tiul-h. sin in her local
of tha
ad kind, and
i one of the most pleasant holt- makes an admirable mixing-bowl.
A WINNIR in her Held, statuesque
Joanna Cudd holds a prize melon
alert after being chosen to reign
over the Arlrona lllelon Festival
at Glendale. The gala pageant will
take place In the states' famed
Valley of the Sun. (InL-mattowal>
i has ever had here and Perhaps your attic houses .me i
hopes to return soon again He tha inch might gn
is a confectionerv manufacturer g(^d service in tne kit.
of New Jersey and Hean of Hand-
if) Confa tinner*, of the National
Association of thr I" S A
Mind The Pa.nt-l.ruOi:
Cinema Proprietress
MFfS
Intranail
INTHANS1T vcvn.L ) nOC1llA|
from St. Vincent by B.G. Air-
ways, was Mr. Errol Comma who
will be leaving shortly for An-
tigua to take up his new appoint*
MR K M HICKS. Export Re- ment under u C D. and W. Scheme-
uresentatlvc of Messrs. Kan- as Senior Draughtsman in the en-
,. Ud. 01 rtneering .UTrtn,c, ol the Co.- Wjjj. morning
land. Is now in ihc eminent of Antigua.
USJ thinking bfJ
. -ring a little amateur houae-p..inl
LUCKY SAMAKOO. ( Ihis ye.n Bnish.-< are still ex
Sl_,rI'"i;i,'!:"r ';',-"'*' Lu,*-V * '
aamaroo Cireuii of cinemas '-
Trinidad, is now In Barbados
a week's rest. She arrived yester-
SUW&TJ&att! ssaarjire-
On Extended Tour
i for-


if.
exleiidcd tour
n: of .uii-
I

by B.G. Airways from MCP
He
rly Draughtsman Builder at-
tached to the Public Works De-
partment in St. Vincent.
Mr Comma is staying with his
brother-in-law, Mr. Errol Barrow,
Mrs. Barrow
. Lands End.
ol
and
Westward H'i
After Thrsr Weeks
ISS ALFREDA GEORGES.
Chief Clerk of L. Rose and
Co. of Dominica, returned home
yesterday morning by B.G Alr-
sheba.
With The Royal Bank
AFTER spending two weeks'
holiday 111 Trinidad with hi
relatives in Port-of-Spain. Mr.
OOJMKj arrived here yes-
terday morning by B.W.I.A. in-
transit for Dominica where hr li
employed with the Royal Bank of
Canada. He left later the ame
day by B.G Airways.
Spent Two Week.
%|H AND MRS ERIC DOUG-
_ Haw one, soak it in cold Water
5or for twenty-four hours before use.
After use. the bJttatl
n tuipaotiiM
1 mi.tnt Tii ml k
out all the paint while the brusli
is soft, particularly high up on
Iha Ix fat ha bj Um bandla. Than
wash in warm, soupy water, rinse
well, shake mid hung to dry in |
Cool, airy place
Biriagf ClatsssJssg Preliminary
With spring-cleaning on CVerj
bOUa* wlfe'e pingmmme. vacuurr
cleancrs will be working oWtinkt
Now la the time to make sure that
M"
st Vincent and left later the
.. i. n.w.i.A.
Mr. Hick5 .said that he left
England on June 8 and so far has
covered Trimdad, Grenada, St
Lucia. Barbados and St. Vincent.
! i.'idin home some-
.iiber.
To Resid* In Canada
ANUiN -.'I.- leaving
ytler nioniing for the
Via AmlKua nnd Puerto
h W I A wai Hi s<-:-
vwii Km arty of Mewra.
i
of Mr.
and Mrs. Zl W, Kirlon ut "San- nn jpiointimnt as surveyor
l ID spend two the Dominica Government
York with his rela- While in Barbados. Mr. Cro*
im Canada to ford was the guest of Mrs. Hul
i OtiaaL at "Alcot", Worthing
they are In good order If the belt
I.AS of British Guiana, left nM W1>m aUck ^^ itnew
^ ?,U,idtt, .fi B-w-"-A. lOT onc, ar,. lo bc'har,,t though still
Trinidad on their way back home aoarce.
after spending two weeks' holiday if your modal i* titled artth
W 'i i-eatoiwon-sr..". htiiahjaa. iaa thai tfaaaa -.^.- oot
Sl^c*'n rhoked with hjdn
Mr. Douglas is Supervisor of the l(.,(t connection* are sound.
Co-operative Credit Banks at-
SMIUNO TOMMY MANVIUf, the asbestos millionaire, steps up to a
clerk's window in New Rocbelle, N. YH to obtain his ninth marriage
hrense. The next Mrs. Manville. pictured with him, Is dancer Anita
Roddy-Eden, 29. It will be her first marriage. (International)
SHOCK FOR SWIMMERS
I istrn'-ry; Hours
HELSINKI, July 17
a The cream of Um wort
"_______ mcrs had to get over a slight ini-
th **' *ho<'k when they strolled into
UM riKii!, dressing room at thi

4 10
oo pn> Tw I
ly 8*rvif. 4 IS
i) p m Cricket, t us p m
. p m a.B.r N.>rlhrn
B p m U!Ur Muailn*. IS
rt Th* Commonwtelih, IS
.it. Round-Up and Pnummm*
.. 7 OS p in The Hews, 1 I"
nw Nrwi Prom Britain.
i :i pm U Um II STn
I'-:-
jMTv'ssa.'Ssi-: Xri'"'"
holiday. She was the guest
and Mrs. C. B. Stuart of "Retreat'-,
Tweedside Rood.
To Take Up Appointment
IEAVING for Dominica yester-
-4 day bv B.G. Airways, was
Mr. Alfred P Crawford of British
Guiana who has gone to take up
with
Attf nded Niece'a Wedding
RETURNING to Trinidad on
Sunday night by B.W I A
were Mr. and Mrs. Eric Lange
who were guests at the Hotel
Royal and Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Lange who wdFe t the CYcam
View. They had come oval (Of
the wedding of th.lt DHCa Mi
Joan Lange and Mr. John Masslah
which took place on Thursdav ut
St. Patrick's Roman Catholic
Church.
Eiie.iv Answer
While we're on this subject,
don't forget a spring-cleaning for
the mattresses. The vacuum clean-
er's attachment will remove dust
from the*remember to work
round and under the tufts, where
aulation.
Tin- attachrnant, too, will make
n gr-rfl job of removing dust from
books standing on open shelves.
From My PiMl-Kat,'
How sliould I wfuh white hand-
T IS p m Bnn>ivo. 1 45 p m Pr.
Mi'al Portrait. IS pm Radio Hewf
i. SS p m ItppnM Prom Biilsln.
a li u m InWrlud*. U p n From
Tl> EdllorlBlii 100 |i n< IW-llunr With
d make,'?-/ tusn?Tsr as
Hew., 10 10 p m N*- Talk. 10 IS p
4 rt u.ids* Tllcine. 10JO p.
BofBtal
inrrtiud.-! Olympic swimming pool and found
" that all the attendant* were
women.
Some even walked out in a
hurry thinking they had gone Into
the wrong dressing room. But all
then become used to it and one of
them said. "If it's all right tritli
ihrm (women attendants) it's all
riant with us. l.P.


Shadows Thought Hr Had n Odd Nan
By MAX IKH.I.
"THIS.- said Klnr Nep pointinf
to |he very ol.l man with the long
white beard sitting on a rock be-
*i U him. "is my arood old friend
>ii Uue."
hnarf and llanid both said:
a very strange
M.lhi,-. for .id..it." answered
| p 'Mi* full name is tirand
Uwaaloh Ha's quite hard
of hearing." Kinj* Nsp added.
-Hello there!" he shouted into the
eld man's ear. "These are the two
sjMldrea I ** telling you about
Knarr and Hsni.l."
The aid man's eyes sparkl.d. He
had pink cheeks. "Ah," he said. "I'm
very glad to knew you."
i;iad to Know
"We're eery glad to know you.
Grandfather Methie,' said Hamd.
Knarf also rreeted Grandfather
Methie. Then he said: "We can't
tay very long. It's almost dinner-
time. We have to hurry home."
At this Grandfather Methie (who
seemed to be able to hear ouite well
when he wanted tot said: "Hurry?
Did you say hurry?"
"Yea," said Knarf.
"Neear awry, my hoy. Ilnste
makes waste."
"Oh, that's a proverb!" Hnnid ex-
claimed.
King Nep took Knarf and Han I
uUt. "Old Grandfather Methie is
always using proverbs"
"What are proverbs?" Knarf in-
terrupted to ask.
"Proverbs are expressions like
'haste makes waste' or 'look before
you leap.' You see," King Nep said
smtlmir, "Grandfather Methie is
very old and so are proverbs. I think
he and the proverbs he uses wore all
born nl the same time. But let's go
back."
When they went hack they were
aurprised to see Old Grandfather
Methie sewing a toar in the sleeve
of his coat.
"A stitch In time saves nine," he
aid.
"What does that proverb mean?"
Knarf wanted to know.
stltrh In time aarea nine,"
aid Melbie.
Old Grandfather Methie was glad
to explain. "It means that if you
mend something right away, you
can do it with one little stitch. But
if you were laiy and put off mend-
ing until another day. the tear will
get worse and you will have to use
nine stitches where before you only
needed one. But-" said Grand-
father Methie, taking another
breath, "it doesn't only mean those
things about mending and sewing.
It can also mean about doing your
lesaonaor building; a houseor
fixing a broken toy. If you do what-
ever has to be done right away, you
won't have to do nine times as much
later when it gets worse. There!"
"My goodness!" Knarf exclaimed.
"And one little proverb means nil
that!"
Old Giandfnthcr Methie nodded.
"That's what's so wonderful about
proverbs. They're very short and
they're very true."
Just before Knarf and llanid left
to go home. Old Grandfather Methie
sang a proverb song for them. This
is how It went:
A stitch in time saves nine,
my dear.
Still water runs so deep:
Great oaks from little acorns
grow.
So, look before you leap.
GUESTS WHO
MAKE A WIFE
SCREAM
Mr. Eric Lannc Is Deputy Mayor kerchiefs a) home, please?-
n - a %-.. j III C~.It I. ...It -iJ iw>U i
i Fernando and n'Director of
Trinidad Agencies of which his
brother Mr. Ray Lange Is Manag-
ing Director.
Canadian Engineer
A FTER spending eighteen
is. months
noun
b VENETIA MURRAY
Who arc mi people
who irritate a
U most'. I
kill murks lo.
.., m p
and ihe table napkin*
rasi on a:
'wela.
into me* *ho asks him-
1 '.!: I and rings up at "
sai -Ceii I SJ,
Wendy too "
* *
Tlu nri hi) can unh hick ut
. LiaVf pi
KLU dinner
anttni
v be Uahts up
cigar* ... nidcui i *
wine you have taken trouble
* sY *
Th- c" ho departs oif Mon-
day Rsornint takiim iour hu*-
favourite rwvrl-of-tne
ruana ng You don't
mind, do you f I ju.i fWlldn I
nlihoui Knoaina !
naooens to Eddv '
I hi- tir foano SMn who swee:1
Into iiii oockiell osuti in even
i ilk diess mih in lo* th"
prettl atirl vou deliheralelv did
not ask. . .
* *
Tin ~iw'i wlio appeara
Inoking for breakta--
at eight o'clock, when you weir
Hoping for a Ion/ morning in
children Olive and Mrian, are now
on their way to their home In
Toronto. Canada. They left yes- B*
lerday morning by H.W.I.A. for Put into it
ihe U.S.A. via Antigua and
I'uert,. Rico.
Mr. Housley who Is an engi
;nnf nysj tu in.ui.mo tha cold
storage plant for Messrs. Evelyn.
(I) Souk In salt and cold water
fm an hour or so.
hi; Etlnaas t-> gal rid of the gait
um Wash In hot. soapy water.
(iv) Boll for about ten minutes
with a little borax in the water.
in suitable weather a good plan a.
td 'hem tint tn bleach In
biight sunshine.
Ifinv ran I clean a stained wine
III ll'l \M
SIS -.It
i i. j ! i last -i-i'
.1 Senna* as up. Pll-
lowa SI SO. l-titi" t'lodie*. BeOi.sa
'pi\in<; i tbai TaMai M
i i
l, or nndrd r>"l
KANQg i
tlrr. Wai
.m SI 10
EXAMINE
YOURSELF
Can You Say 'NO' to
All These Questions?
BLOOD IMPURITIES
\oCSL
L. S.
i
ip. Hid ICE BOXES

WILSON J
Do tea suffer froai
ACKACHEr
KHF.UMATISM?
SLEF.PI.ESSNKS5!
HEADAOIESf
HISS OF ENERGY?
TOO rRFQUENT
URINATION?
II i" Mr answer U "VES" la any one ol Ihe
u*il l. .If. -,.!"-,< 11,,.,"i delay. Art al onca.
Tike Dodd's Kidney 1Mb the amd
"'""!< Fat om half a tenhs* millnm of
Litfnr,. in all put* of Ihe world hate foand
i...in,.| i-li.i and |-rmii,f m benebt throufh
tha use sf |hn faneua rrmed.. Dodd's
R-h-, f',11, ar i, auro-^aay la bas-
and tat* U late. Bailie gj M pila3/..jli
Man) ailment* ait .juJ by r-..r blood whi^h BVMJtft
may affect the whole lynem. Skin eruptions
and irruauon. simple rheumatism and painful
loino arc nature's signal that you need Clarke's
Blood Mixture. This famous medicine helps
to cleanse the blood itream of impurities and i
keep you fit and free from these and similar .
troublesome complaints. Be ns-a to ask for
MOAU
IS*
CLARKE'S
Blood MixturejS2
Acm
tablespoon eae'i
of coarse salt and VmrjasBn*, Laove
I'oi | few hours. Shake \\-\\
oughly,
"Why not save time and
snrtti hwni the hot tap to imhi for
.i-.-Ji Dodd's Kidney Pills
l | *lio wanders down
in a drcsttnn gown at l'1.30 ask-
ing for Ureuklast when vou're
leliliU tuMfii
* t>
The afraio'iforiMird Klrph-
mantaci who abscond al i
week-end. with nnvthlng froi.v
sour eve nlack to vour newest
French record.
Roach and Co. He has now- gone tea? ,,., It oUl wive-. u,e lo
h?m? I cJihar*v oI bl"er ;y that cold water must be usea
plant in Toronto. fui (huir.
t7nr u.,iiL D.,- Old wive* ccrUiinly do say thi-'
. eT ,, P ""I" " or ol St Vincent, camp over ,, amom,t f |r ui It. Cold
^ro"yrvr,"!,t?s.r-, * "-*- *- *- -
way
his health and Is staying at tin
Hotel Koyi.l.
- wan
; postinv
rest o| the
Ih BSMM no lea'
Hung behind so vou'i
parcels for the
week .
Tli aunt sho adons oaoies
and wakes your* up to sa>
"' Ooodnight "* when vouve had
a two-hour struggle to get It te
sleep .
london Exoreas Service
BV THE WAY ... By Beachcomber
T*0 UM .viurnt thttKrin ol the They would Indeed! And much
youUl of I'lbncy St. Vltu. happiness would It bring them!
i which was the Anyhow, a mass Invasion ol the
moat lm|>: i.n.l put of the Carol- kitchen* would not Improve the
mIT without temptrs ol the chemists in their
while hats, and would give the
nopcOrMT, \- ho whole place a rowdy air. A lunch-
i.li.-.i on to mat* > or diner might nnd hlmsell
l|..... U i. struggling with a waiter, to jet
li ic and crown. But J> guest... and at any moment a
c Town Hall thing, lie- kind of tug-ol-wor might end by
rooa. The ruining flsh beyond repair. Thin
run up, but what ran up ; orn^uonilent mentions hygiene.
which the What! With one man lurl.vo >
short-sighted Mayor saluted cramming a whole pudding into
irini the'laughter, his .pocket beCore returning to the
. ,1 head and dming-">"'. and
CMOS SWORD
> 5 JTT r i
a | j i i
'
j 113
ii

11 -'i
77 " py
- ] *l
tup. has that aeruti
the hot tap has nut.
Remember, too. that If the kettle
allowed to boll for more thun
few moments, water loses Its
ration S. the leave
rtJsQ H lHs.
Incidentally. aa^MTel say that toe
boat flavour Is to be had fr
.vhich has Infused for just H
minutes, no longer.
Backache, Rheumatic Pain Relieved
gardening, painting, odd lobs tMund the hi
be a pleasure again when you are >>ee from backache,
rheumatic pains, stiff, sching muscles and joints, lum-
bago or commoo urinary troubles due to impunties
in the blood.
Why not get happy relief by taking Doan's Backache
Kidney Pills. They help ihe kidneys to rid the blood
c acid and other impuriitci which other-
c might collect io the system and cause distress.
HAL* A Cl-STVRYof nci is r*asss*a> ail,
kiJrwy action if iht prottd record of Doan't Pilli. Graitful man and
n of all agtt hu and rtcommnd this eflkitw diuretic an-' unnar)
atuntpiic to their friends and neighbours.
Dealer (ar ^Jg^^ ^^ m^} 5/-
Pnim winch \o\i
f..iu\ ii ma'tin
11 || DAM fir ut*
aa fuel aboard.
li A dafotmml
jfl Ha) i ||
11 Mav Df moi
3 .- ....
. ant i ii -
IlKf 1
no. a remedr. (Si
i than 11 Aero*, i
II almost iun-
I -in-wiiiting.
la IdsWtS, bill as
remarked In an
enough to
go on with."
fJ/i. / mv, loo* lure!
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IAT, JULY 55. 1955
lt\RBAIX>S ADVOCATE
PACF TIIRFF.
Hearing Of Writ For Contempt Of I.C.T.A. Scientists
Survey Apoporis River
Court Continues ,co"w <** * <***" rksht
from mr I
tha law. it l lor you .'>
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Muih I "d been
mad* both by l\.
Mr. Walcuti. upon the judjmcni
of the Ju ..) Huru,. -ml Clarke
had toid tharti
hhim and tin- rnattei i
i., Km- | ugli the
uords conxtiluu-d a tflCfal
tempt. there could i*
Mr. wakotl on ihi other hand, had
told them UMd if ihev found it
likely or calculated, and it wa
technical, the 'luestion of punish-
men! was for ma Court. He. rmw-
ever. was going to take them Into
The eases cited and submit that
there could ba BO other conclu-
sion to be arrived at other than
Ihi.I arrived ,.f by Mr Ward
Technit-il Contempt
The Learned Judges hiving
expressed themselves that then'
was a teetriir I Co tempi of Court,
were able to at)
punishment, or thai tbty could rep-
rimand the dafaodanl and dla-
charge him, but they discharged
the rule nisi, and lelt the matter
exactly where it was And the
reason, he wai telling them, was
clearly expressed in their words
In giving Judgcim'tr.
Here His 1/rAsh.p inferred back
to the circumstance of the Jury
having to decide the Issue both
on law nnd faet and i>ouited out
to Mr. Recce that he would
observe that the Judge had to
deliver a charge to tha
Mr. Reece held, however, that
it did not mean that it would have
the same binding effect. As he had
said, he did not agree with the
Act at all, and he thought it
should be removed from the
Statute Book. That tike Jury should
try the Issue both on law and fact
seemed to him t > It ip the Judge
of all the authority that was Inher-
ent in him.
No Order for Coals
He then returned V. the Hunte
and Claike case to which other
Counsel had made reference, and
to which he also had been mak-
ing reference and pointed out that
one Judge had said that he thought
the proper course would have
been to refuse making an ordci
on the application and give no
order fo: costs on cither side.
It was felt at the time the
Order was made, the proper
course would have been to re-
fuse on the footing that there
had been no contempt calling
for the interference of the Court.
Whercai the Judges of England
had said no Order, it was for
the present Jury when the matter
came before them, to say that
the Order should no)
absolute.
His Lordship at this jnilnt re-
ferred to the iiiguiuent made by
Mr. Walcuit that it was for the
Jury to say whether or not l here
whs contempt of Court, not to go
into whether it was technical or
not, und then leave the punish-
ment to the Judge.
Mr. Reece repeated that he
was saying that it wa3 for the
jury to say whether the Itulo lx*
made absolute and His Lordship
what the punishment should be
in case the jury felt it :it,.oiun
Order Absolute
His Lordship referred to the
Act which he said stated thst
the defendant had to be found
Kilty or not guilty und Mr.
ceo held that that was the
same thing as saying the Order
had to be made absolute. Ho
added that from the time tim
ougin.'i ppUcatton was being
made, the Judge hafl the right
to soy th:d tin-re am nothing in
the application .mi! refuse to
grant it. But as it wa
was for the jury to arrive at
their findings on tacts and law
It ans for the jury a gay
whether or not the word' com-
plaint .1 of were calculated or
ware likely to interfere with Hie
fair course of Justice.
He agPK referred to Justice
Cotton's judgment In the Hunte
and Clarke case In which it was
felt thai no Order should ba
made because there w
tempt catling for -he |i (am
Of fJ
not whether technical contempt
had been committed, but whether
it wa* of such a natun-
justify th- Court to interfere.
Jusuee Cotton had said thai
he would not have
on at all, and
Mr. Reece. *.. Wlnsjjlllll
OF the jury.
V n ipapajf ArtlcLa
- man made .i
ferson wrote an
a paper touching a
i .lore the C-
m DM follow that be-
cause the words msv .
analituta a
I* that were so. It
v. ,uld ba impossible in any wa*
., ..., .
Court. The Court does not inter-
lerc inles. there has bean real
i with the
just.cp and an
saying that."
: the other judg'
who had sat with Mr. Justlc.
Cottsn had even pui it strongs
:i ment from Barn
g the course his ado-
rns* would Inter take "And !
am going to submit to
that by no stretch of the imagin
ation can yon
to contempt; that this could an
Hid i interfere with the fa r
eour-e of a trial evoked frm i
His Lordship the mutton, D >
not try to frighten the jurvmen "
Mr. Reece. however, assure 1
His Lordship that he had neve
done that, and the observ.ittn i
that the Jury wa* a Barb.lf;. i
jury.
Article's Influence
He then referred to the Jud*-
iitem of the other Judge in the CM
of Clarke and Hunte.
it had 'veil been pui
Itronger ". . I can hardl.
any perenn of much intclligenc
Wing influenvcd by Hi.- article.
and I think it a not tn point o*
fact in any way likely to preju
dice '.he thaL .*'
He also said that it had been
forcibly expressed bv the Lord
Chief Justice that there was thu
Of the Court not to en-
trlrUng and useless uppli-
So what he was submitting
was that although It wa
cal contempt in the case cited, it
was not from the Judge's point
of view sufficient to interfere
with the stream of ju't o II"
ana therefore asking the jury to
look at ihe nature of that case.
rhldh had
been used, look at the absolutely
innocuous words of the publica-
tion before them, and a^k them-
rnetber any intelligent
person would lie Influenced In
the matter of the trial of which
they had heard so much, or
whether there was noth
Ing to prejudice the fair trial of
n case. In other word*, he
repeated, the essence of the
offence was whether the words
tended or were calculated or
Wan likely to prejudice the fair
trial And he was telling them
that If they could not find that,
no matter how strong the expres-
sions might be. they would, have
I guilty.
11. i.ierred to the case of
Payi ..Mch had carii. baan
cited, to show he smd, that there
had been strong terms u*ed and
' ad baan d.smlssed. and
said that In other words, there
had |o l>e something which reallv
Intaratrad or was likely really
to Interfere or was oaleolatad
really to interfere with a fair
trial.
"Extraordinary Act"
After again referring to the
"Extraordinary Act." which gave
the jury power to decide not only
"lit on questions of law.
idea must have
been to clip the wings of the
Judge. He told them that having
listen. 1 to all the authorities
which had been cited by all thf
counsel having heard all trie
;id nil the arguments.
he was asking Uiem whether i
nnt i'i the point of fact r- It
law. Uw words complained of
which were spoken bv Colonel
Michelin and published in the
Advocate were words which
would tend to interfere with the
f->ir trial of a person.
' You sit there as 12 intelUgen'
men", he stressed. "Do you be-
lieve in point of fact that these
words can tend or be likely It
any way to Interfere with th<
trial T"
Thinking of the ordinary lay-
man who might be empanelled
to try the other issue, the hear-
M which it was held wouh:
ere the words of
'.lire ,(s would interferr
v -h their ..eliberat'ons if thei
were empanelled ?
BU pointed out that U
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od i-icmN- ..f the (;. nersl Coun-
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aaiantt
od Pathologisl ind Mr i>. .i Tayio:
TWO n i tm ""TPM an p.aurod (topi at WMteror Air Base
fcta-s.. a lew mom ni 'for. ibe% took otf oil tin flr*t trans-AU.nUc
night evsi attomat>-d by -fiyuig *i!iaaull*". With Wie.bsden. Qei
many, as their goal, thr Coptari p'^nasd to auute Ux utop- alvu- thtr
3,800 usuUcsl mile route. Firot I- t the flight u Ptwu]iio I-le, Mmn
330-mile bop. At bottom. Mac daM Spaclsll-t Leo Ot>dak (lft)
of HatSfld. Mass.. sod Leon Jaim- of Palmer, M*-s., install oxtra gs^
tanks in the 12-pasMngar compartn.ent of one of tfaa hallcoptsn.
^"(.'rnafiopind
wB3 for them, the jury, to decldit
on pogotj of law. but ho added
thst his advice to them was that
despite that, they could listen
carefully to what the Judge had
to say on any point of law
His last point before the hmcJl
adjournment was on what lu
called the whole essence of the
offence, whether it tended t-
prejudice the fair trial of a cose.
Knur Steps
durinj'
the afternoon Mr. Heeee referred
to a point on which His Lordship
had aarUar In ttaa day directed
him. and argued trial In England
there were reallv foui steps First-
ly, leave had to be obtained to
apply for the Writ, secondly, taara
was the application proper, which
was tho application for the Itule
Of Court, then came the daoanOBI
>n the merit, on whh h
'he order was made absolute or
not absolute, and Bhen loan WM
the question of punishment.
He said that as His Lordship wa .
well aware, In England
ment for contempl of court wo'
vaatry dlrVarant from what it was
prior i i ihe pausing of the Judf-
daj Act.
in Lordship here lota
that he did not quite see the point
of the argument, and reminded
Mr. Reece thai they were going
entirely by trie local Act. In re-
plv. Mr. Recce said he wns point-
ing out that the order to make
attachment absolute in England
reliant, to a local verdict
of "guilty", and then the question
of punishment followed.
Mr. Reece went on lo point out
that in England the Order was
made e.lling upon I mnn "to show
cause why he should not be at-
tached. He went before the Court
which went into the merits of the
rase and either discharged the or-
der or made that order absolute.
Thereafter, if the Order wa-i
made absolute, and then the Writ
of Attachment was Issued through
the Court.
Mr. Recce stressed the serious
nature of a Writ of Attachment,
and said It was one in which the
jH-rson against whom such a writ
wns issued could be Incarcerated
for a long period.
In England although they used
the form "to show cause why you
hotdd not be attached. **jg In
Barbados they empanelled a Jury
which tried the matter, and they
v ere the persons who determined
not the person charg-
ed could be attached, by their
I guilty or not guilt v. So
uhal Tlieir verdiei of guilty" or
"not guilty" was the same thing
m an Order Absolute or Order
Discharged.
No Order Ahsoluie
The point he was making was
that on the authorities cited, "not
milty~ meant no Order Abso-
'"i question of punish-
ment.
lie referred to a case in point.
nd said thai the Judges of the
Appeal Cuur. in n discharging
lw person charged, were ,\,,,..
Hi -i jury In Barbados did in
guilty, Ha argued lur-
vn tlutt It the Judge* were doing
I'l'v saying
t guflty," then in.- question
which tbaj bed m irdnd at tii"
ume of diachargmg the order
uaJ thw b......i-i.i.-r.-i i ., ,u,,
. Baj bCffiai
vK.iin His Lordship mteriKtlat-
i and rarnlgaJad Cotutatl tint in
diet was
"not guilty", and con-
nuing. Mr. Reece submitted that
even in England, before they
ime to trie question of punish-
eni. they had to decide whether
he Order was made or not. His
ord-hir poaXM nut that the
whole question was. in spite of
'he argument, whether the matter
. iplained of tended to prejudi'-c
he fnlr trial of the man.
Kntilish fuse Law
Mi. Hee.e <-nntiiiumg ssld that
tk > In Harbadoa
e,. rorOBd to use the English
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BARBADOS^ ADVOCATE
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Tm*d*.v. Jui.v 22, 1152
War Against T. B. In
The Colonies
IIOMK MAK1X4-
SOME years ago a resident of the linush
paper
suggesting that there were too many con-
ferences and toa many upturned OOCh
glaaAok at Government House parties in
the Uritish Caribbean. The suggestion be-
hind this picturesque description of high
living was that anal>v!s of West Indian
problems would m ' them.
Onl; direct contact with the problems
would lead to their solutions.
Perhaps some similar thought to Miss Dora Ibberson. Social Welfare
Adv.ser to the Development and Welfare
Organisation, when she told representa-
tives of Trinidad's Press recently "we must
take people where they are and help them
to make better use of what they have."
Miss Ibberson expanded her meaning bj
quoting examples. Men she said could
build a separate cot for the baby from
local materials: and women could ba nada
better judges of what they buy. both food
and textiles and taught the value of a
home vegetable plot.
Miss Ibberson it would seem was only
raying what has been so often said btlOM
by thousands of West Indians during tbfl
last two decades, and what was said so well
in the paragraphs on rural education m
Sir George Seel's latest report on Develop-
ment and Welfare in the West Indies. "In
the British West Indies" writes the author
of these paragraphs "where almost four
fifths of the population is rural, it would
be impossible to over-emphasize the need
for a complete revision of the syllabus and
of the methods of teaching in the rural
schools ... if rural schools are to develop
the right education, the teacning must be
rooted in reality finding its material ;it the
starting point in the environment of the
child ... a rural emphasis should be
glVCB in the professional preparation
of teachers who are likely to be em-
ployed in rural schools. Without that spe-
cialist training the rural school teacher
will find it difficult to acquire the neces-
sary skill and experience in imparting a
rural colour to the curriculum."
It is quite impossible to take people
where they arc and help them to make
better use of what they have when the
energies of parents and teachers and pupils
are strained to preserve the oxislmg aca-
demic educational system which haa M It!
goal the winning of five Barbados Scholar-
ships and the acquiring of school certifi-
cates, exhibitions and Island Scholarships
Before people can be taken as they are
the syllabus and methods of teaching in
the rural schools will have to be revised.
Prominence will have to be given as Sir
George Seel's Education Adviser writes "U<
subjects correlated to the three major
fields of agriculture, health and home life
education." Everyone will remember the
story of the visiting inspector who found
a teacher giving a lecture on hygiene to
pupils in a room where cobwebs trailed
across the teacher's desk. When reproved
by the inspector he tartly replied that he
was employed to lecture on hygiene not
to sweep cobwebs.
Equally illuminating is the letter writ-
ten by a former classical student of Har-
rison College some years ago to this news-
paper. This student complaineo that where-
as he was familiar with the forensic elo-
quence of Cicero and Demosthenes and
was well acquainted with the distinguish-
ed historical ability of Sallust, Taciius.
Thucydides and Livy, he had been taught
nothing about personal hygiene and did
not even know how to eat well balanced
mtali
Perhaps Miss Ibberson is being owr
pessimistic when she states that we nuis'
take people where they are. Perhaps: in. M
is no need at least in Barbados to do any-
thing more drastic than follow the ndvice
of Sir George Seel's adviser on education.
Revision of the syllabus and of the nwth-
ods of teaching in the rural schools ought
to provide an adequate channel for the
teaching of home economics and ought to
precede any invitation to the United Na-
tions to carry out demonstrations. No ex-
periment however successful and by whom-
soever conducted could compete against
the highly organised vested interests of
local academic education. If home eco-
nomics is to be taught in Barbados the sub-
ject must be included in every school's
curriculum. Otherwise it will be "c shouldered" and become something for the
minority who are incapable of Jatflil
the all-iUand educational race to acquire
the live yearly scholarships provided '"V
the government of Barbados.
Unless the prejudices against "home-
maki in the schools' curricula
can be broken doWDt little progreM to-
wn]-' Miss Ibber-
son and the other delegates attending the
Conference on Home Economies and Nutri-
tion Teaching will be made in Barbados.
ciuff* m Ui? treatment >
n lubei-
cuiucis, an i
ed widely In U
H 0 He r
Welsh National School of M,di-
ll, ppoJu nl ihis morning's
session of the confeiencc which
was entirely devoted to an ex-
change of information on tuber-
: British eoIonJ
tories.
Professor Heaf was uminll.j
:':;ber of papei
had been read by Colonial
health officers and re|
live* of voluntary or;.'
:ti the work of com-
batting tuberculosis.
There w. s a .
Iho treatment of tuber-

though fortun-
I attitude m
decrease. Many of the UttvM
undergoing treatment for tuber,
culmis failed to understand
being done for them.
Doctors had gn.ii dlfl
getting then I" remain in hos-
pital whrn they began to feel

Heaf. there were new dnifll
which gave relief in matter of
a few months', and these gav*'
the patient a feeling of such
wtU-batu that he thought he
was cured long before the trcat-
i.lcted.
The co-oporation of Um natlva
sufferer, b* al i.
i.ui.ii ui (be treat-
ment of tubcrculosi*. "We must
.in understand what Wt
ring to do." he added.
When co-oper-
ation of Uie M1 i
M believed
vaid to the turn

would
f.ill in every one tif our colonies.

probably tho n
erles of pi i


. ilosls in

serious but not hopel<
men and women engaged |o the
fight against this algtg
doing valuable work, often 110
der the WOMl condjtloi
which they had
Mfl| I,!; to this country wi-ie
"really *
work* considerina that in many
1 i ..i health offtca and
, |and hi antt-TB work
il off from the modern
facilities available in Ui
in
I r Heaf stressed that no
itlon could be made
about the best method of stnmp-
ng out tuberculosis lit
onies. Each colony m
out its own plan, based on care-
rcfa and investigation by
the men on the spot.
There was evidence, he con-
ves could with-
itand the disc ,- ;,. well
body, proi
were improved. Ant>-
tubereuloku measures must
therefore go forward side by
>idc with other public hoaltn
services.
Treat.. uld haVi?
to be established to follow up
the work of u.-ignii;,
vestigatu
ridencc of local pof
would be loot Ilu* these things
. ive Rracnally.
Professor Heaf criticized the
expenditure of large sums of
measures which could, at bet.
only a small minority '
local populations. What Is re-
Be said, are schemes that
gm the greatest henefH to the
greatest number of people at the
i
:,sing UM
* b.c.<;
lubereulosi* in Ih* eol

fool's pa' 'nnk that



- jdill a risk n
. i i
Bt exposure to

I warned that It
would "f deal of

tuberculosis could be brought
colonies.
Beside* u"itiis. more nurses and
i. and be
that more people uouM
i ,,f the training
scholarship* offered hv the Na-
i;,.. pre_
i [s. It was
Her, he added, that men
and women should come from
the cotontei uid be t i
than thai
nurses who c Hild ill be spared.
Th- nee staff in the colonies was also re-
ferred to by llr. Obv.
t .r the
1
session at tho
Dlscu-
doni to control the >
tubeu-uloM' in tin* colonies, he

in many others, from lack 01
king great
I
study the latest im-ihods. We
must sprcod know led--?, and on
inch will
l
know and serve
He paid
tribute to the N.AP.T. for the
bad gtvau
ui this work.
Mr. Lyttelton pointed out that
With the decline m i!"- incidence
of malaria, tuberculosis now
. list Of killer diseases.
It *as one of the gravest and

.lUthoiiUes in the Co'o-
npire.
... out oi luberca-
losii has often been regarded aj
b purely modkal toncern.' the
rj lontinued. I
utc again Uiat u^"
^oon acUun bj- all mm-|
fcers in a conuiiumv
crowding, lack of Irc-di air. bad
. or poor feeding. *
.< to the spread of
pr. therefore, from being
a medical matter the
bo many other subjects.
and bova all the wide spread
of knowledge la necessary about
Idssoea of 'his terrible
scourge."
Melton aaJd there were
but the Colonial people
were beginning to be more awaro
of the dangers and wctc W !li"
to help more whole-heartedly In
the measures Intended to over-
OUBM H. Th. re wut, however, a
long way to go.
He extended his warmest
;d gratitude to the vol-
untary organizations which have
>ern assisting in this work.
"There are few objects which
should attract our sympathy and
our help more than this." he
Dr. E. D. Pruiie. Chief Medi-
cal Officer. Colonial Office, said
tuberculosis was a very serious
health problemproba-
bly the gravest problem of all.
is no reason whatever
fur complacency," he said, "and
. than has been in
,v itli tuberculosis should
merely stimulate us to further

!
tubeKUlOsdj had recently reen
appointed in the Colonial Office
Bd the importance the
authorities attached to the dis-
problem
should be tackled from all un-
gles, and each
work out its own pi m for deal-
ing with it. Uiu '-die closer
Great Britain and the Colonial
territories can v.ork together in
solving the tubc.-culosis problem
the better V
read by Dr I. I-
r.iiggi.. tuberculosis specialist.
Lusaka. Northern Rhodesia. Dr.

.1st. Log"
charge r a tuber.aloiiis survey
Z that area. Dr. H P. F. For-
iiy director of

J. A- H. I^VOlpiUrre, director of
.'. i: 'ii- Ii
G, H. Garllck. medical director
Singapore Antl Tuberculosis
Association. Dr. L. G. Poole.
tubuiculosis officer. Tamavua
Hospital. FIJI, Dr. M. L. Freed-
tor of n.euKal ser^ces,
Ilccliuanaland, ana Dr- w-
Vlckem. director of raw
^ingapore\________
News From Britain
I.ONDON. Julv 11th.
| r, i !. !i Julm-
. on, n g C interbuj i.
ceruiinl.v I t spec-
tacular news of the week Rg
arrived In Lond> D
I
UWI -eroll written
i Chine ffbiob he
i.dd he would like to deposit in
library within the
ury.
tin- Red I< .ii '. with his Bow-
ing white bateabout which bo
i< inordinately vain
respondents he had proof*' ttaot
the United Stales for.
. .:.

not bring any proof with him.
i.ii ..11 im reports won
,-oise. He cjmld
explain nothing, and brought
nee.
\ m tii' ro i Qulti in upr< r
iout tho
DOUB. Mow can this
sighted Mid erodulou i
continue to hold Ma
Canterbury and at the some
Una aid the Cotnanunlst cause
hv publicity and (alaa wttnessT
ARWn. everyone >: aakbUJ
whethor ha ul* ua-
eroll in the library
of Cand-t
The Dean of Canterbury la,
appoint ril, orAcially by tho
i>ut ins name b put
fonrard by the Crown on the
i ivko "i tha Prune
rue Had Doan*1 obtal
lifelong appoint)!.cut '
bury because he OBUgbl
uf Mr. Ramsay MacDonald ai
one of thi i Minis-
ters of the Church.
al Birmingham was
another similar appoiri i
Itemsay MacDonald).

iic.- i ui Can-
terbury, once
t.ppotutiU 1-iKl- .1.,i i'.i-.'i, Urn
high dignitaries o( th>
Church can only be removed if
I
It would I.' Ml to
a
i ieni Ithou
could cog* '
long tenun
Into Ihe
Itritufi C- i
dim* utt to maki

one misguided old run or tho
Our BIrjnlt-rs Say :
hvilih yigkin Smcetm
, dttor, rha -in
sni. Thaw
kindly a reception to the recent
productlu:i of Twelfth Nigh;'
may bo interested to II I
.prise came out finan-
cially,
1 veil':
company B 01 ihould
be high.y ancourajUng
who want to IU lha Pocke
I ,
play of |
Barbados,
You will not.
clal success of the und
I

sight. '1' i
Council subvention of $19912 is
by f.\VID TEMPLE ItORERTS
cloak of office.
v. Hewlett Johnson is
li. it, i Cant' rl ,.ij; he doe
, ah for the Church of
England; and he is nnt head of
the Church of Bnj
ODH people ...ii .....-,
think.
Moscow must Hud hi
uable, though. A cartoonist,
this week, had the last
He showed a new idea of tho
Commissar for Propaganda. A
whole row of Hed Dv.ns, fully,
i WUra drawn up f"r
Slalin's inspection. Tin
trator was made to echo, sar-
castically, the germ warfaro
propaganda, and to plan ttu '-
each 'Red Dean" should l-o
dropped in a metal container on
i ..leu in Wedern capital:
*
\:. i-rican Victory
Tlie liner United
has probably won the Blue
Riband of the Atlantic for
VOBra t.i rnmn. People
lure with a combative sprit
were rather hoping that the
"Queen Elizabeth*' wouUi have
.i b al the Muc Ri
United States. Prob-
ably "Lit" could taka tew
houn off the time "Mary" t*t
but she certainly car.i.
tiie "United S1
Tlie Cumin Company is
maintaining; a dignified tone It
will be several yuan before
British thin Ii ready to chal-
lenge the "United Stat.
In a MOae the Ameri-
" i I part battleship. It
has been built with a large
because of
IU value in wartime o
If the Cunerd Crrni-
id obtain similar
aubaldy from tiie aarvtoai it
aOdld c:>mmiS'ion two
Hut white the Queen* arc ser-
nd oan
each oarry \ bole drrl
troops the Brtttota

ship owners to budd tnothOp
i Riband challonaat.
A much mme serious prob-
lem than Npeed faces the trans-
i i hues. Bome-
llme in 1953 or 1954 the Comet
n tivn i ii..
11 i a there will be no aerial dis-
comforts to drive passengers to
UN Class Cabins of the
great liners. "l*t Class' will bd
doomed. Already It is half-
empty More and more imcr*
will havo to rofil themselves a*
one-class" lats. with uio
gradation of luxury, comfort and
Una removed.
From Chtauco
"I tlilnk I'm going to w
Ml | DC*. .
The Isritish Presa has been
..vei-whelmuly pro-Eisenhower
in its "unconscious bias", cer-
tainly the reporter! n Chicago
have tried hard to tell us what
is actually happening;. But "*
Rise n bower's chaoiccH nava
ttetn their reports have grown
increasingly jubilant In tone.
One ot Hie cfneral assump.
tions in Britain is that Truman
v.'11 wi'i. 1:.
clslon not to stand again is com-
pletely ignored by the shrewd.

Last Clans
Londoners never loved their
trams like they adore their
buses. The red ''dajuble-ikek-
ers", that foreigners always feel
arc going to fall over as they
waaaa thmuph the street* are
Ihe recognised badge of London.
But trams clang. Trams are
noisy. Trams were always
shabby, and usually had wooden
cats. And they we:
driven out of central London to
tho great charttcss wastes of
South London. The faahksoabsO
Londoner often takes buses. But
the tiam he hardly touched
iva f'tr a rare ride down the
embankment.
But la*t Sunday night ten-
don's last tram sailed, (that
jcems the right varbl) I
the dark slreeti of South l/n-
don to its final depot at New
Cros^. The Haver, the presr
photographer*, and a crowd of
hundreds waited to greet the
i ii on Its tray to oblivion.
The time was half past mid-
night. We were paying homage.
-' My, Um last tram
I I.ft. twenty-JHc
Bttd ".ercrnw.ied.
i- Iried to board It
along Ihe route. Indeed all "id
Loodonon with nostalgl.
' childhood, waited for
one of their last trams In order
to savour again, (without tho
need io vi.h Glsejtow or Black-
>e lollipop delights of
"Tl tOp.
MALA1 A-Ihe Fads'
LONDON,
A suitable sub-title for the new official
publication, "Malayathe Facts Behind the
(light be. "An Intelligent Man's
Guide to the Unknown War." For this slim
volume of facts and figures about the Malay-
an emergency obviously assumes no previous
knowledge.
The facts are presented in the question and
: form so dear lo Government publi-
;cisia. They begin with the vital statistics of
the fighting forces engaged25,000 British
soldiers, sailors and airmen, 10,000 Gurkhas.
five battalions of the Malay Regiment, two
battalions of the King's African Rifles and
one battalion of the Fiji Infantry Regiment.
Um next question asks what these forces
an- doing in Malaya, and the reader is told,
with disarming simplicity, "Exterminating
Communist terrorists."
Fortunately, the booklet goes on to give
some useful information on the background
tn the emergency. It relates how the "shoot-
in, iftr" si tried when the Malayan Com-
H Party failed in their attempt lo gain
control of the country through the trade
unions.
There is good reason to believe, it goes on,
ih i the decision to abandon "peaceful pene-
trj tinn" in favour of open terrorism was
tai en at the Second Congress of the Com-
mi nisi Party of India, which was held under
cover of the Calcutta Youth Festival in
1948.
When one comes to the question: "What
would the loss of Malaya mean?" one finds
the highly-publicised economic wealth of the
country relegated to fourth place in the list
of reasons why Britain is determined to elim-
ni.de the Communist menace.
The first three reasons are as follows:
1. That with world affairs as they are,
the loss of any territory to the Communists
would be serious:
That the loss of Malaya would soon
lead to Communist domination of the whole
stretch of southern Asia between India and
China; and
3. That .i Communist Malaya means
Communism across one of the world's main
highways. It means o centre of Communist
nfcciion right down among the East Indian
slnnds. And it means that Australia and
New Zealand are directly menaced.
A fifth reason why it would be a bad thing
ply that the people of Malaya don't
want Communism."
For the rest, the booklet is a well-illustrat-
ed and informative account of the problems
encountered in combatting the terrorists
"it is worse than looking for a needle in a
haystack"and the progress made in reset-
tling several hundred thousand Chinese
squatters.
One learns that the war is costing 40.000
a day, that the Communists have totally fail-
ed In their main objective of creating eco-
nomic chaos as a prelude to seizing power,"
and that social services in the Colony "are
good enough for Malaya to claim the best
health and education satisfies in South-
East Asia."
Under the question: "What About Malaya's
Future?" the booklet is less informative. It
restates that the political aim is for Malaya
o become a fully self-governing nation, but
warns that there are "unusual difficulties" to
be overcome before this can be achieved.
If in style and formal the booklet looks
Mher like a "popular version" of a Govern-
H White Paper it is something that should
not oe held against it. On the contrary. There
'& much in it of intense interestespecially.
parhaps, to the wives, mothers and sweet-
> those who are fighting there.
.'Jur should il be criticised on the grounu.
'hat its information is of the "basic" typ*
There is a great need for just that sort of
nformationthough one might be excused
for wondering why the Government has
ailed so long before giving it.
If there is any serious criticism to be made
is thai the booklet costs one shilling. The
facts behind the fighting in Malaya should
be m >ra widely kn'.wnand by more, people
iv willing to pay one shilling to learn
them.
.v.*v,*,*,- ','.'.'.'. :;',','.'s,'s w,w,v/>c oaaaaato>assas*Sj
I* 3 TS MM O O Mi s.
The Widest Selection in Town. |
On Sut.- ul \l>\<)1.Vii: SI l7/OW.7Y>.
n covered bj the b;il-
I .md <: $32.73; and. "i
jnoll is now ii.
of I ttsMtrll
rohe which Could .oil.inUy Dot
bo bought from any rostumuv
fcr ihe $222 00 atuanrOd 00 lha
Mot A total of $67.26
was rotalra louab ar-
ranged, i
I Ihe Barbados
il of the

il RujpieOB, and $58.45 bj Ood-
rington College for local chari-
I these sums do not ap-
slieet. It
may be added that my small ad-
visory commlttrc and I ptofor-
do profit* should eeruo
to us for the final portofmance
which was pivrn before some
300 school chil
College, or from the 5alc of pro-
grammes al any perfo.
You wilt appreciate that
purpose in making1 these facis
public is not to show how clevo.
we all were, but simply to dem-
onstrate that what could haw
been regarded as a "highbrow'
production which could only be
put on because Briti.*;i I
finances were at the bock of il
I l 'um out to be a m
nay-making concern, it does
" it others COOb
a similar produd.on need not be
deterred by foar of finac
I fchCi:'.
Ihi! the British Counci'. Is not
recouping itself for the original
! the sum of
thus availnbl.
line Madi In the furtherance of
he drama m Barbados.
mSELY TUCKER.
It Is Now The (usloms Who
Are 'Wonderful'
Britain's Policemen Have Rivals
THE men who ask "Anything to declare"
a thousand times a day at London's airports
are talcing top place from Britain's police-
men in the esteem of visitors from all parts
of the world.
Travellers are going home full of praise
fur the courtesy and friendliness of the Cus-
toms officers.
Typical comment from an American
business man before taking off for New
York was: "Your Customs officers are a lirst-
emant for Britain.
"When I came in it took them exactly
three minutes to clear my luggage.
"And Americans I met while in London
told me they found British Customs the
quickest and most efficient to negotiate."
British visitors to New York find it takes
anything up to two hours to pass through
controls at the airport.
At London Airport the average time for a
passenger to complete formalities is Iwanty
minutes. And the Customs part of it norm-
ally lakes under five minutes. L.E-S.
ojjfeess
Wmm Wk sVgM tku IWdo StbetitmJ
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Gauce: 2G 21 SO
ALUMINUM SHEETS
ft, A
Guast: 24
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DOWN' PIPES. EAVE GUTTERS. GUTTER
RESTS AND WATatUBAM.
C. S. PITCHER & CO. i'h. iit.'
cfhis ween, niOfi people aiv considering cJhe
ifniportancc of UJemtj ibarnest
%/thhough tnv J(ousr of JJa Oo#Ja lay stress
on r/lw importance of .liana ibarnest
every day ana ewnj month <>f trie year
x/tna this, it U felt, is reflected in the
\~-ompantjs ouymy punctj. with a resuflatit
excellent variety of stock in ail departments
ana, most important, at prices within reach
of all-
So naturally. rJJa Costa & Co., Xtd. deem
tt timely to suyaest to the gtnem public
that they make the necessarij ananyements
tins week to see and pidi/e for I hem selves.
till that is meant fuj
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-2. 19S2
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGr FIVE
Hearing Of Writ For Contempt Of Court Continues
Frm r 3
nun of necessity
the position
wm in England. Hi; Lordship cx-
:irely dif-

W rejoined that it was
' i>n ;he question
it not upon the
i- Judges found
the man guilty or not Kull'.y of
npt complained of and
rnoao absolute or

dos th<- jury found him guilty or
not guilty an htv mi i--.
ami HM i .n-stJon of

lea of pun-
I he instru-
tnrough the
Qourt. i Bm punish-
ment was stated und the Judge
then erne Into the ml i
determined what Um punishment

Whin Mr. Rer-c at'.empted to
. His Lord-
cd out that the judges,
disagreeing with the Court below,
consider., i.iiter com-
ial to the
trial of :
tth re u.is u techni-
in the cir-
ICCf "f the case, they were
not Roing lo proceed any further
and they added tli.it it would have
been betlcr tf the defendant in
n hail not applied for the
Order.
Heal Contempt
Mr. Recce submitted that that
.tulu; of -not guilty",
of the Judges
sjj.i "not guilty" and that ticre
rnu.-.; !* a real and substantial
of Court, and that a
contempt which is technical fs not
Court should
he had argued
tarlicr. in not making the Order
absolute, they had really said not
guilty.
HU Lord-hip potato I
: not --ay 'haI* and add-
in their view the matter
complained of was prejudicial to
the ucttcin. but they Mid further
.mounted to a technical
. it was of such a nature
would not proceed fur-
ther, and they were not going lo
i union.
oca submitted that if it
-chnical contempt they
should have made the Order ab-
solute, and Uon of pun-
ishment say thai they did not
and so. He ubmlttad
the jud:*-
I case could mf In view
of the ctKuitwtancoa, th;>t there
was no contempt, and that tho
unploined of WOM ncvi-r
novor Mnd lo
lice
Hh I M-n.indcd
that the judges did not
say so, and that they had said
that the matter was prejudicial,
Ileece rejoined that he
hod read passages from "Fry", and
he did not think it could be more
clearly stated. That might be a
tba offence
aluhough trivial, amounted to a
contempt. On the facts and the
quootlon of Law, ba Barbados. It
jury. Pun-
ishmaol was something which
could only Bow from the time the
Order was made absolute.
Principle Hcc i laliwlnlo which was
in very small
Mr. Room .said. And, he
added: "Anybody who riUdtOi
i rate's Act would
a police magistrate has
the right to say not guilty despite
the evidence."
ling his argument on the
jxiint, Mr. Recce submitted that in
befora the jury, if it was
A of a technical contempt
bad o perfect right te say
not gud*.
he udd waa not their
concern. So long as a man was
guilty, the Writ of attachment was
n Barbados, as soon as he
Itldga came
then expressed
ii tin- quaauon of pun-
bjhmant. He submitted that that
was the 'iin when
Lord Justice Cotton s-i
der Qm circumstances "we do not
find my reaoon why Wrll of
Attachment should be Issued.
He recalled that when he left
off on the adjournment being
taken, he was about to deal with
the art cle in question, a portion
of which was complained of by
the piall submitting
khmlttad to them
nothing in
e which any twelve men
Of aver; eneC rotiH find
WM likely to pervert the
i-iMrsc of justice.
Reading From Article
Of the attention of the
le. he asked "what
ad in here?" Mr. Recce
load from the article ''It has been
my custom for the past :
i talk at the end of the
year and before you
come for the renewal of licences
etc.. and appealed to the jury to
put themselves in the position of
.he man who read the article on
tho morning of the 13th. the day
after UV .peech had been deliv-
. Colonel Micheltn.
He asked them to suppose that
driving on the morning
appeared in the Press,
and say whether they felt within
res that the words com-
plained of in the setting in which
m would or could tend,
or could be calculated to make
Ihom convict a man charged either
with manslaughter or anything
.-. a,
His Lordship reminded Mr
Ricce that the question was not
-hose words tended to
convict, but whether they tended
Lion, and Mr. Reece sub-
uitted that some of the Judges
had definitely used words to that
He told the jury that they were
trying the nous, and assured
them that he was not trying to
lung to them that he
iciould not. He asked them if they
were driving on the morning of
the 13th June, whether the words
would tend, or would be likely to
Interim with the discharge of
their duty as a jury, and so cause
Itao couree of justice to be per-
verted.
His Lordship again reminded
Mr. Reecc that It was not whether
the Jury would tend to pervert
tho course of Justice, but whether
the words complained of would
kc tend.
Replying Mr. Reece said he
might be wrong, but as he under-
stood It, and as he interpreted th*
law, the question was whether
the persons who were summoned
as jurors would be likely lo t->
: fTectcd In their Judgment whe i
the matter came before them, lie
K the Jury that same
Hp wanted to say right away
that the article -hou'd be read
as a whole. r It, the question was whether tllg
words complained of tended to
affect the course of Jmticc.
Kxpressed Opinion
He mentioned that any opin-
ion expressed by any witness, no
mailer who ho was. whether it
was Colonel Miclielin or a wit-
. the prosecution, or '>e
it another person, whether a wit-
ness or not, could in no Waj
..fleet their opinion on the words.
In other words, whatever might
nave actuated Colonel Michelin;
Or whether he would or would
not use those words again,
Wbotfal r Mr. Vantcrpool express-
Od any opinion either in the Press
or otherwise, that did not affect
the issue.
The Issue, Mr. Reece, submit-
ted, was a very 'imple one. "Do
.:s tend or are they like-
ly to pollute the stream of justice,
Or lh t they may, he would pui
ii no higher, prevent, or hinder
justice from being done when the
other case came before them or
- saM other jury.
H: emphasised once more that
the case against Mr. Haddock,
whatever the nature, was not be-
fore them. The facts In that case,
whether he be found guilty or
netthe nature of the facts in
that case were ab'olutelv OOtVing
to do with them.
Fad And Comment
There they hid in a newspaper
a s..dement of fact and comment.
It could be no two ways about It
Some of the statement were
facts. He iiskcd "What perso.i
hearing of this very sad occur-
rence would not make some cx-
clonullon, some expression signi-
fying his or her horror? Look at
I I r you like. It is '.(-Idem
that three children are removed
nt the same time from any
Mr. Recce said.
He expressed the belief th:t
anybody throughout the length
idth of the is'and would
an expression of their
feelings 'n some ways or other.
and argued that to s
person nsing the words "ghastly1"
palling** In relation to toe
-t; itover cause such sud-
den deai ii
I i thereby be likely to
v- streams of justice, wa*
"ridiculous."
I eo appealed tc the Jurv
the rUeta
the aid of an Oxford an
I ridge Mel
of the rn brain which is pos-
sible to read into the words and
sentences a certain meaning, be-
cause it wn Mt the
UJ fhe issue to do so. but
Itn iry me;i
would read it.
Out of Context
He reminded them that a sen-
tence taken uut ol i> contcx*
might be capable to any meaning
under gin incoa, bu*.
when they had it In relation to
the article or the Report, then
of course it was a>
iliffcrcnt matter.
He told them that when thi -
looked at tin- arUdfl in its entirety
and in the surrounding circum-
w a s absolutely
mrtnlng in point oi fact
nothing of point of law. He asked
whether there was anything in
tnat arttelOi so stroi*j, so start-
ling or outstanding as lo Make
the man in the street, or any per-
son who nunht be :ikely to sit on
a jury not approach his task with
the right Judicial mind.
He asked further; "Do you
think as he Is sitting Ih<
jury box, discharging his func-
tion which M almost judicial, that
he wculd fail to discharge th it
duty according to the oath which
he has taken, or that this artleja
would even tend to make him do
ih.it. or tend to do It. or would be
likely to cause him to do H'.'"
There it was. he said. I
fact beyond dispute that the three
children died on the day in ques-
tion. "Is there any mention in thai
article," ho asked, "as t>> bp-w
they came by their death apa-t
from what is slMed therein' Is
there any mention of Haddock
by name'" Mr. Recce however
pointed out that it was not
necessary to mention his nam-
and that a mere inference was
all that was necessary.
Hi' submitted thai (he Advocate
in punting the artie'e did so i'i
support of a good cause, and In
keeping with their motto, "for
i that needs resistance."
It was no border line case, Mr.
Rj m ,nl. He ubmitted that It
was no case at all of contemp'.
No matter how it was read. It
could never amount to contempt,
taking into consideration the fac's
and circumstances of mo case.
][ Invited them lo return a vei-
dlcl of "not guilty" for the Advo-
cate Company Limited.
At 3 p.m. Mr. Reece concluded
his address, and on hearing from
Mr. Walcott that he would not
I* replying, preferring to err
on th? side of caution rnthcr th.'ii
deal with the cases which he hi I
already dealt with and in view of
the fact that Mr. Reece had not
cited any further cases, H Lord-
fhip ndtourned further hearing
until in,30 o'clock this morning
when l.e will sum up to the Jury.
Woman Dies
After Accident
NINETY-YEAR-OLD Florence
I Black Hock. St Michael.
died at the General Hospital at
about 4.20 a.m. on Sunday after
being involved in an jOCidonl
along Barharecs Road, St. Michael.
at about 7.45 p.m. on Saturday
with a bicycle owned and ridden
bv Albert Gibbs of Mansion
Place. Bav Land. St. Michael.
A posf morN-m examination was
performed by Dr. A. S. Cato and
an Inquiry Is fixed for Wednesday.
Trinidad
Has Good
Sugar Crop
Trinidad has had a reasonably
good sugar crop but it was not
up to expectations Owtnj
weather. Mr. A. R. Staick. UK
Trade tVnm.vioi.e, ( 11 '.:
it. we Indies told l1 W...
eaee yesterday mornini:
Mr. Starck arrived here fnwn
Trinidad, his headqu.
r Antiima. St K
St. Lucia where he has gone on i
routine visit.
He said that trade III I
la reasonably *ood. bin
other parts of the W
there i cvin.i..,- of ovei-s.ock-
|ng and some caution in buvm,;
among traders. This, however, 'n
ins VlOW, i- '.emporary and the
problem will solve itself in th?
near future.
Mr. Starck who returned to
Trinidad on Thursday after a
WOOk*l visit to BermuiL
it has had ID tat
WEEK-END
rHEFTf
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the Careenage at the time of the
I \K) :
MR. A. R. STARCK
tourist season. The Island carries
out an intensive publicity cam-
paign particularly in Nona
A'i,Bfteg on which it spends a
eel .if money, hut this
: videnda as Is demon-
strated by the amount of money
which visitors put into circula-
tion.
Import \
( \- fists Return
From Martinique
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R
returneo I
by B.W.l.A. after
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Secretary of the
Athletic A**-.
I 9 lit* the .
naottng arrived
I-tc by the same opportunity in-
traimt for Trinidad.
Al the airport to meet them were
111 I. V 1 >!, l
den; of the A.A.A.B.. Mr. Gllmour

and a numbnr of cyclists.
CHARTER AIX
SERVICE PLANNED
FOrl SURINAM

P Lvato Dutch "

i- II In i . utihsii,.
i.-.itnlh tv.-.. or I
or 10'j.ooo guilder
I

Or, the imports of the
coluiiy were woi th over 10,000,-
000 which for a rcsnt
lalicn of ]es; than 40.000 people
Is fantastic. But it docs sei >.
Show how valuribe the lOU
trade s to th, colony.
Imports this ye iU,d b(l priority gmt
compared with last year, and U ;
1 ntlnno at the preaent_________________
acale. Bermudii will have re- "This conndence i- fully Justillel
cord in her history. irsWaaC regasd to the i
"Responslbl:- people In tho which are made, not onlj I I
island are very confident of their tourists to'the island, bu:
nbili'y lo continue la attr." I for ihem In a first en-
toun-ts" no nid and nddod wtiei ihoj
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WHAT'S ON TODAY
Court of Common Pleas10.30
turn.
Meeting of Legislative Coun-
cil2 00 p.n:.
Meeting of House of Assem-
bly 3 00 p.m.
Basket Ball at Y.M.P.C.-
7.30 jj.m
QeeU Qirlsl!
If You only rea/ise
The Importance of Being Earnest
abcLt the ^fOk
Home
Decorations /
You certainly would
immediately select these-
SISAI. PLACK MATS 4 ...............................72 each
.....................................60 ..
;.i ASS HATS ..........................................1/- .
V CANEULT PLACE MATS 4 .........48 .,
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HOME PRODUCTS DIPT.
Cave
Shepherd
a CO. LTD.
10-13 MOAD ST.
TllK ilK'll VITAAONaPAOKKD
LOAVES OF ll.1 .KIWI s irillUU
IIAHI.II l.\
.1 a II HAKIr
eo*oeeaaoeoes'eeeoo"e<ooie'*aooo*^
KITCHEN AND TABLE
GLASSWARE
PLAIN AND DECORATED
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
A WIDE RANGE OF
UTILITY ITEMS INCLUDING
SALAD PLATES
MEASURING CUPS
SALT Si PEPPER SETS
ASH TRAYS
ICE CREAM CLASSES
MIXINC HOWLS
FLOWER \ .'.
REFRICEl'.ATOR
BOTTLES
*
SHERBET PLATES
SALAD DISHES
GLASS
JUG ,v JETS
FRESH FR0WSC0TUHOJ ^
,n vacuum tins ^j^^/
y' ">v'v-
JU,
Only ScoilanJ. trsdilmal home nf fin* tobaccoa, could
produce lour Square. Only in l:our Square tobaccoa
Will you find aOsMOsfl kiof, blended wiih skill handed
down by successive pfn*rainni for over 143 years.
FOUR KQFARE
TOBACCOS
* FINI ILCNDS TO CMOOS* FROM MACE r 0O8IE OF FAISLCV
Mb Apnlt: MHSSRS \ s s,>Ns 1^RIIADOS) LTD.
|. I | 0) i
TUMBLERS-ALL SIZES, COCKTAIL TO 1 PINT CAPACITY
ALSO
"PYREX" AND "PHOENIX" HEATPROOF GLASSWARE
I'lK PLATES. SOUP PLATE I I iPEN
^.^ DISHES, CASSEROLES. M i
1^* Bm US Fir.l (or all WM IKE I KEM *vX
HARRISON'S
HARDWARE DEPARTMENT
TEL. 23 64
| ; : .*. . .3 .?.III... .
'
A HORSE OWNER
SHOULD BE
A HORSE LOVER
~J**" W> llichly Recommend
HARVEY"S WATTS
EMBROCATION
trMtnwl "f Curb.. opUrrta, Spratak\
Capped Hi i k.. Bte
It ili;ni i x,i ii.iu ppUeatlon f.,1- v.'mdgalU.
TherouKhpins nnd the Swelling from Sprung
ll-H-k Joints of hoi
IMIH'K 12/B AND B II AT
KNIGHTS DRUG STORES
.it st oi*i:xi;
BIRKMYRE CANVAS
W tVlDKI OR BUS TOPS and SIDES
INNER HOOD LINING
56" WIDE. FAWN AND C.RF.Y
LIONIDE LEATHERETTE
50 WIDE. ATTRACTIV1C SHADES.
BLACK MIRACLE ADHESIVE 1
194-OZ. or SOZ. TUBS8
ECKSTEIN BROTHERS
BAY STREET
DIAL 4269 8
IMMIMMIMI>MOMMMIMMWIMMI
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THE ONLY CYCLE IN THE WORLD
PERMITTED TO CARRY
THIS MARK OF
PERFECTION
IS THE
HUMBER
77i Aristocrat of all UirycUt
FULL
RANGE OF
SIZES
IN STOCK
liViiM-iiil>i-r l"v
HARRISONS for HUMBERS
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CLASSIFIED ADS.
p.mmnos advoi \tt
TTTSDAV. JtTY K. 1*52
rf i re... n l
DIED
nooDOifj ai mm. '1 !rl
Oaadtag He- Hi earn he.

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OK VtlJE
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11 nl lletlcfilanv-
'"" Chiller,
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a, Awiu Jantac'
W.*nr.l .Son i,
Allrln* ,C|*uain<
MTOMOT". 1
liXi. U*mt driven and aril k**pl
>naay t.-r-aa r*r mi
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IS..,.,, H.e
IN MEMOKUM
All A...It AM
IM 111 (I HUB Hl.lf NOTMEV
REAL ESTATE

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Knar B>l> <.
hrw. aim a Baatd.nce lo A.I
Undtr I.S*>, BY NAVY GA
Cupboard*! n ih Stone Runa-alow
IBbout T rr. o'di. Duvng A Hreahfa
loan- 7 Toil"-. Mtix
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tnclOMd -nil su>iw. about
CI.ISO. AT MAXttRll. Hill.
! n fi (. i -aa . i
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OMaaa*. i - W.lar. ElaclrirM*. Vary
a ct>ninBtent .1 f.ntrknrr.)
ui Branch bOrt to fa
IB Barbadoe -no
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NOTiCr:



KAUI
m -. m -i
lovt a foivd
LOST
TICKET -Brrie. TF(
In Buih '
Finder kindly niuin
I n
"MkV 1)01 rvd.
n I* C Plnrre pntnte c ,
S. 13 High *Nrt
'

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Sore Mouth
Laaaa Bleed* Teeth
mt Oumi, Sore II"'.
Taalh main that Ton
PtorTBen. Trench U
ma bad dl*-*"- i
i fun blaedln*; th- n
aor mouth and .
tha *acth Iron clad imii
aahdl..iit maker*-" n-eetl
t-*ln o- tuona* i
.-.l,r. .
SHIPPING NOTICES
i -aLoucnrtm** u ehaguieg w
.il (ram 1 n mit Mar Hat. DvraapOTt
.<*** Ma. Melbourne June 1Mb, IT) SB it
um mm. iiiUwiK July Mb. arriving al
-i idaa about AVffM Mb.
In addition la general cargo thi* vaaaal
(11 *<*
bora I
.V_te-J for CUT* But -ii in \i.i
l*nlll O..J Hi- -. f nw -hat
n**.
Pvrr ii tor nrorniWraa by Irk* AU>n
iniiM In kmnf in.-mnr of No
deer br-Un.n motha-r 1 rv!Wa Mai.W.
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-It'OW"* '* ,.itbuy Cf^nc
hai >
I r caah. hai cttcr, boiujhl
uillcr ear. Flrat rlaai orucr. mm
ilvn IMaJ J*M
II ) 1 I
'Hi'! rradlnf 14.0W n.iia. Ikillary .m.,
rn in A-l condltMx.. prkr
ill Pnrd Prrlavi*' MSDOa, an .* .
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rrawtii I
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SEVENTY ! SHARKS In lha Wl
'i r (or *le
i thci HW, No If, Mih 5llr-*t.
BrtddHown. on Fildav. th- SHh July

boatktnl condH'on
T'laiaail
1,1-..-
imhvowi
F-taUiUKON TRACTORS- J nit arrlvM
i i unarm oaiiaoc
7 ;,* BJ
Ifltt,

;llh th- l
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ltu.il* -;
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i on Monday.. Wxlnr-day.
n tha haur< of 4 and
.wplkMioi. to :..

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sch.
**H inr Mhool -^_
i murt ba lha daugbtari of
In 'liaitmad uicumKMNI
"'< > ln> tlia" |
i.iorr than la v,r. of ait on tat
I DUmdrr. IMS. to ba povad by a -
^U which muai .cenm-
.. !> -r ,
rorav Of .-M.l^atw>- will ba laauad I
' at the Vaalry ci.rk. Ofllcc |
1 tiottri of it a in anaV^Jl
L 0
Cmb* D
a worl.l
I apprtiir rcsKtrcr.
hIi h'ooal.tu.M-
yiw Ik*
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huov.n
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
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m uotam 'Ni -'Li. uloom )
niy j.too in..t- .nd * m Otrap
oar A barCMq at
-.<* Dial tkla. COU1ITCSY CARAG1

lor Mia at

! S6tn July IMI al I p.m. Of public
npdtiioi me l).ij"i|lnm. known

. ivf,;
us
oronar
v,
Ttai pubifc .r^ i vTfby wainaO MpUn
/ulna; n*ll -ra n.y wlfa. OufnndoV
.'ncMBM UMM> WnUon. I da not hol.1
niTM rHportiiVi* lor nti
ting t.n- dabt or d*bl".
TLKCTRK A
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C n Haffi Co Ud Itoito k-rr
NM IB! MI f.B
laajl SAMUEL JACKMAN
riiniiMivti
ALEXANDRA SCHOOL
Tha i
Vkraii
mdidalci
i'.>iidr School:-
nm. Atb*ia
I BATHOS. I
. BE8T A\;i
. BOVCB, A'.idtw Eudoi.
4 BOYCE, Jean
1 nOVCC Tatikl. Kvalyn
n CIXMENT Inri Elinlrr
T fOBBIN. Collaan Anlla
COMBIN. Duphna C'lfanla
n cuMiiruiivTni v..hi.- Nam
it USlTWlfK ii.o'i Patricia Bulk
u miaii -m. -
I cmrum. .'^rmiii- -
I 1II\I> tT!t>ln-n Ollvlj
:
JACKSON. Diiiii '
i- 1J:A<-iH.'K. Iliaiwt.. lan-la
in LbMUI
.1 RITR \frli"la Ill.ina
' 1INC1CUH. klaxln* Jtntir
jUSS, Valarr PaUalba.
M HafUUM. r"ii r>
i TAaTT Carnvn Vulatn
M TMIorKY Jon OllvMli
' WHH9TER. Joan Carol*
t. WILSON. Grade AW la
it r (In.^rdlani am aaka
i .id* lo Ii
school *. on Moiid-y. Ba-
ii-rjia*' lti. If
REALTORS LIMITED
AUCTION SALE
AT IIM A.M.
On Ti"-*d'. "' -"?nd Jul)
Mr Blton Millet, ur Kill
. I
RMtfer rteMenra ''ADtlUT l Venit.
Hill. Bnckic*. whWh tneluoaa Dtawlni
. .iMUilnc "I three ehalra an '.blrt four
Oi-i'S loom chain. all In nil-,
bl"h tab*.- with enamel lop. ona Maa.l
iMtbaSpny lahlc, painted nmnm r*fa
i H .immona do.ibl- bed, with
I i^biu. Cum laa at.
frUH ill'lir. B"d *-arl I i and China, pamtad hdild<-

: vr. one ev. n
toot >ial4
i i ii nia-ii .peed drin,
,.,il l.indinu lamp, la.t chai.
id many othac lian..
TatMi oh I
THE GAR COOKaU
ViiiliFwnlliiiiiiiHanl
IAXIKH I
Tl.li- RTATIC COSTHOI I
t and H't e.,- In ktap i
-L'*tT AIUUVBD "l*yc
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- d >->p d hatklktll T r PirKup llaad-
I r.ced.e worriea.
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MO.00. PC f Al r :
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i Sealed unit. f. jrar fiaM
...mill Irottn food and it* cumparl
..-nl Vateuhl. Db
M Hoyat UaraKc I I
anouwl <>ii fMt >s
d al Oaoif Itraat. Belbtt

K>iUrry. dmitr and dininf ._.
i *..!
I
oi U running watci
to Mi I
I "f Mle .Ip, :
'.fill -, .1 .ill
I TMVOH'. Black Pock. St. Mtchaai I
I'nlnh' l
'-** on 3 rood- y perthe* n.'
I....d. *nO
. randi.'i lo Nirlli and Ea*l. drawlni,
i "mi 1 bodroema i tinning walen. and u.ual ,onenlance :
fMI, '<< " gio.ind level ,
. BM ,i r, -I,.; r*om Nrtaki
'
' Covi-rrment Waiar m.l
Uaraga Mt > looana.
. flower gaiden. lawn, and .
.<'chard, in apaloua yard.
T*te r.on-e and i,..:
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Tl'ESDAV, Jl'I.Y It. IM2
Unknown American Wins
2 Centuries Scored In
Intermediate Division
100m. Final
TWO CENTURIES a/ere looted when the fourth round
of games in the Intermediate Division opened on Saturday.
Bruce lnmas acoa-ed 12K foi Pickwick against Combermere.
while Frank Taylor made i>5 for Empire gadnfl Wan-
dtran,
CABLE AND WIRELESS 111 tbaar match against
Carlton at Boarded Hail, icpeatcd their third nmnu per-
formance by being bowled out cheaply in their first innings.
The Cable team made 76 in their first innings. In
reply Carlton have lost eight wickets lor 139 runs.
G. Matthews had a very mh -
panful U>wluik vpaU. He sent wicket and they .>udcd 110 rum
down unn* ajvarfj flea balla and tea '"> wicket. Th paruwr-
took six wicket- lor JJ runs. Alp enabled the I'^ih uera i<
Colin Cx too- for : '"-' "91 runs.
Bine run' in three overs. Chase made 72 before being
The Cable & \\ i Bad night by Evelyn off the bowling
a vcr\ *fc**3 "- runner. Wood made 57.
and B. Matthews opened but Bowling for Windward
BAILED FIMSIIES
I/V THIRD plmj:
Mr. T. A. D. Qaia, AdvattkiBg Manager ul the Advnratr
i al present in Helsinki o\ eruig 'lie Olympic flames.
Hfcll-SINKI. July 21.
IN WHAT MUST HA\ E BIO........I khi i i
the Olympic HtO metre* final olt i<(t-rred to
e championship foi the title "The fast**! man in fn
ilnuaM unknown American I.inch
Rtmiglno li took everal minutes while Ikee
ronsulled h photo finish picture before they Inallv an-
nounced the winnei and to add to tl i Herbert
MC&enley who is far the more famous as a 400 metre man
Third, much to the disappoint- was fourth
ment uf rveryone was C
lvMk.n;il.l Valley pf Tumdad
as mual w.ii lunmng for
| I" South of Ibe I1
s A
they were both out befor.
runs were scored. Cros)
In and scored three t I
bowled by Gordon M "
Knight i ..|. .
H was Knight and Kin*. Vila
by their lighting maim
Uil* Cable team from ,
disgrace. They i
ti> 44 before the partnership w.is
broken. Knight tODIOOred with 19
while King contributed IT.
Braiikcr scored 12 an
;.lc 13 c-iiie from bye*.
byes and iu> balls
.tptuiid .seven wicket*
. hi i un- in || avari tad two
Mis.
ad in reply have lost
tWO wickets for 73 runs. The no'
nt bulsmen are R. Atkinson 29
. fid E. Evelyn 37
C Skinner and N. Mod foiI
I ok the apartaa.
B I" I [Win scored a century
lor Pickwick .igainst Comber-
'he Oval. Innlss made
129 before being run out Pick-
lea- wick occupied the wicket for the
'.tire day and have lo -
Carlton in reply knocked up
139 runs and still have two
wickets in hand. A. i' \\\,,,\
topscored with 50 which includ-
ed eight fours and .i mx. Hurl,
has 37 not out to his credit *vhu<
Harding and Kenny Hutchinson
cored 22 and 21 rosi*
H. L. King was the most
eessful bowler for the Cable team. M*K
He took 3 wickets for 19 runs in
seven even or which two wan
maidens. H. Kin*; took
in IS overs while El.
ami BranJtar
for 26 and 31 respecti'
At l h e Garrison.
played Polka Ttu
light of the game
Ickcts for 333 rUBg C S Green-
Ige scored 3fl and G. Moor,- 3?t
Bowling for Comberni' |
ok three wicket- for 66 runs
n li overs o wilkm
wo for BB in (4 eanai
(Aai.TON
But perhaps the most
"t idl was the fuel
"! thi .ompeUti.n
11 4 seconds. Russia's Sou-
Kharov, fifth, and John Ti
SEOOND
DIVISION
I'n S-turday the fourth senc
Division games opened

Combermerr pUyed Y.M.P.C. at
tiam was first to bat Th>
ed up 181 runs. D Edgti
valuable 63 before being out leg
before lo K Fields. G. G
knocked up 24 while Mandeville
nade 22.
Howling for the school team.
Cafiender took four wt
IS 'mis in 13 oven and four ball*.
t< Fields captured three for 49.
G. Greenidge and O. Burke were
bet for the collapse of the
Cornbermare team in their first
Combermere made 66
Sports Window
Harrison College and Har-
rUon OoUaae Old Boys an
sckedalsd to aseat tonight at
V UP.O. at 7 SO lo a Fir-t
Division Basket ball fiitora
The othti match will be Pi
rates va T.U.P 0.
Taa HarrlsoD CollegeCol
lag* O'd Boys match will bs
wwrratiiig as the resolta SOU
help to dortda whaUier College
will win the Challenge Cap.
Collage mast win this match
and to air other match to beat
Carlton on goal averages.
In their last encounter Col-
lege oeat College Old Boys by
, potnt.
SMREY MAY BEAT MIDDLESEX
LONDON. July 21. paved the M y'i first
Even with their four test play- innings' lead of 91 Fishlock in
-till look his last season and in what will
hkc being too good for Middlesex be hi? last appearance at Lords.
ntua Denis Compton at Lord's. At failed by only five to obtain hi*
the close of the second day Hid- century.
dlesex held a slender 70 run lead Successful batsmen today were
th only five wickets in hand Yorkshire's Tad Lester who made
Fishlock.
ind baUman. was
former Cng
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1
Olympics Diary
Wedaaaday. July l
* a.m. FBNC1NO (foil, team
competition. aml-
hn,\- ,
a.m. 0YMNABT1C8
' a.m. MODERN PEN
TATHLON (fencing)
1 m BOW I NO (aotal-
anal*)
10 a.m. TRACK AND FIELD
(dlacir*. qualification)
10 a.m. WRESTLING (free
MM
1 p.m. YAOIITIKO
1 pm. OYMNABTIC8
3 p.m. FENCINO (foil
team competition.
anal)
3 p.m. TRACK AND FIELD
(900 m. heats, pole
vault, final; lOO n.
ladle*, seminnal-.
dlsciw. final; 5,000
m.. heaU; 100m.. la
diae, final 900 m 2nd
heats)
1 p.m. ROWING (semi
finale)
T pas, WRESTLINO (free
style)
7 p.m. HOCKEY (match for
3rd place).
0.8 Thif. ewled II. (llwnioe down eight
rv.nr.irf R.ii..<. IS-ITPL T.Q> d took seven wicket* u
i u 11. shooum;
Donald Bailey's effort for thi>
in much the same as
it did for Barney Ewell at tht
London Olympics in 1948. Bailey
UM 201 metre'.
nl indlca-
will succeed.
Itenimino. who not even hi* own
countrymen knew much about be-
_ overs
took seven wickets for 2fl
run*. O. Burke captured three for
"a73 m ,vk. SkiU Shoot badges
Ten Qualify For
k Pickwick were all out In
their first Innings for 77. Of thin
opener M. Lashley made 27 and
H. R. Uiahley 16. L. Hoad con-
UibuteH 12.
Oiympioi began."firVt'g^e **""* (*T S^SP. V S"!
notice of his ahilitv when he ran ,ook flv* w'ck*,sL tor v^ In
away with the first heat in the wera of which three were maid-
ama tlmo as BaOev, He cemt """ E llmn* took two for 9 """-
beck in th. second heat yesterday ln ei*hl '""a and L- KinK took
to gain a eloea w Lory from Tt.eo ,w fo/ '*' runs in one over nnd
dore Saat of Holland and again he lnr** Du*uv
me 10 4. To-da\ Central have so far made 143
in the Semi-Fmal, however, h(
w for the lots of three wicket*. .
beaten by MrKenley in' the ^oddard, an opening batsman.
same time and it was therefore all mad* 41 before being run out. C
urprlsing wnen he w.in H,n<1* has 44 not out to his credit
the final Remigino is the force- whulc F Storey contributed 20.
Upe or lunner who leaves no i^1" wickets were taken by
1 Withe Wells foi
doubt that he Is putting every- Jackie Hoad and
respectively.
thinR he h-is into it His style re- W and 17
I me ttimething erf John ..... .__
Cloddnrd ts he iippcars to run with EMPIRfcLODGK
more strength than speed. He also Empire played Lodge at Bank
holds his head forward and It H would ii' D| to laam *'ere all out for 92. Mr. Bupoa
that by doing thli he Just won. topscored with an undefeated 23
MeKrnley's line and consistent Bowling for Empire. N. Skeote
took four for 45 in IS overs. L
frJ^S *TZ!'J? Sh*< B.,15* The Cher two
three wic-
OWLllfO ANALYSIS
n.. 1.1 .......r -
m e a b Brenker
I I, l> H Matihn
b Kins
trick by E. Denny. In ,
over he took the |
Price. Blspham and W(
Regiment arara n out In (bail -
flmt |nn-ngs for 128 runs. Police- ii,Bn7i!
have tit fir lest one wicket for A Br,.-.
M runs.
AI an Ishmael topaenred for the
^oldien with 45. He wai caught > "nl"*'
by wicketkeeper kfforrli off Ino K..l^^7'n". m
bowling of anannan J Bratn- a iiinr c a t> Kin*
wni'e eentnbuted 15 nnd L. Par- "'?"w T *'" b L Kini
rls 13.
Five MniHens
fUj iAbuhi, ...li.j o...ilv, i Estra.
Tout dor a wi<*e...
io-r. ...<-. IM _. .. BOWLINO ANALYSIS
M i'".'i,.v. n..,
H Run..
'" Wllll.. K .
' li-ktn lb* |
I* Chi. b B Ai
> rua mi
b K A
\" ToM not out
I' Knlfhl II... K
H tbpr < i.ki>r
f.tfu-
four balls and took
ts for four run*.
In reply Empire scored 148 be-
fore declaring. R. Norvlllo top-
Totai
BOWtINO ANALYSIS

: Rrankvr
Arrttr
p rt |
howlng in the 100 metres
eeptlonal. n* il Is seldom thnt as
n man BTOWl old) r bfi improves on
short distance Instead of longer
Mthough It was very good
for Jamaica to get the second
place In this important event, one
if McKenlcy'a preference 3<; not out and E. Jones 21.
for sprintu will not jeopardise- the For Lodge. C. Deanc and V.
i hancef of his team in the nll-im- Brookes took two wickets each for
port ant 1.600 metrea relay. four and 29 respectively.
Three Mnrc Medals A; h'^'^ i>---i't m.-i w...
in add.t.on to .he hundred tS^^J&TarSS^
em* Of the day Kt,d two of their Gciorg(, G||krs was ,he
winners broke Olympic records reacfUl bowler for Leeward. He
iJ'ea* A*0.* f"".*!1 V*. "V*. a" *'** flvc ***" 'or 35 runj in
_.S.A. final for the first throv () Parry O'Brien won with a ,,-* two for 39 in 11 overs
lo tne H.K.A. Houac Coiupeti-
ll vs.B seven rounda to
ZM, 500 and 6UO yardi.
(jreeii House headed the table
arfcth a veiy line HOn of 45. This
WN Uu- only House to field
complete team.
The position of the teams up
to last Saturday are as follows
?, Green, skippered by Capt. Warn
cr, 2.(ttU. lied. Skippred B
Major A. DcV. Chase, 2,671; Blue
.skippered by Lt. Col I
2,651 and Yellow, skippered 0B
apt Jordan, 2,58ti pouiU.
CondiUons Saturday on lap
whole were good but light gave
some trouble at 500 and &<>*'
yards.
The elglu beat scorers ware
L'apt. C. K. E. Warner 96, Lt. E
H. Goddard 95, Mr. G. F. Pilgrim
94, Major J. E. Griffith 93. Mr.
L. W. Hasj.tf-11 93. Mr. G. E. Mar-
tin 92, P.C. O. snepherd 91 and
Sgt. E E. Edwards 91
In the N.R-A. Non-Central
Competition the above eight an
others have qualified for Skill
.id Mr
Major A. DvV. Cha
M. G. Tucker "
Owing to the B.T.C. Hace--.
which hove disorganised the pro-
ih 56 H. Rrewster made .ramme. the next shoot will rx
On August 16. This will also be
i Spoon Shoot at 300, 500 and 600
yards.
The Martinez Shield will h*)
,iot for around the middle of
August.
THE WEATHER
REPORT
YKSTEKIIAY.
Rainfall from Codxtngton: ml
Total Rainfall for Month to
data: 2 63 In*.
Hlgaeal Temperature: 86.5 F.
Lowest Temperature: lib 'F.
Wind Velocity 10 nule. per
boor
Barometer (3 pa.) tt 960
TO-DAY
Suanae 6 49 a.m
Basset: 6 90 p.m.
Moon: New. July 81
LlgbUug: 7 00 p.m.
HlKQ Tide: 3 00 SB., 4JB p.m.
Low Tide: 10.10 a.m.. 9.59 p.m.
FLY
plac
leeward has scored 81 runs
Ithout loss. L. Poster Ls 32 not
t and Alleyne 49 not out.
L. i.uli unu i_. ac
i.. I ... uon iJ owlwv
Uie nrsi wauwi leu. ...U1.
iK)io bj r*nuune fur i
l>Muy, tin iio.-
tuig varj pa an un- A
d li to nig ereou, las ,
Oiner not out batsman a Chel- c
lennaBi who u. five. ',
Frana luylor. one ol Iha Em- i
pire opening batiman i a J
iiomi, ioi ins team m theu f;
maicn aguinut wnnueiei ! Bank fl.
Hall. J. oynot', WtaO looked as *
Itiougli he too would mess cen-
luiy, was caught by aacCnJer)
off me bowiuig of Snaata fa Be.
Empire won the tus and batted.
Tliey occupied the wicket Ioi UM ,
entire day and mode J4B. L
topscored with 105. A B. Clarke ,
eollUlbUle.l 45. I
Bow.ing foi th-' lla\ team. v. '
Skccle captured lour wieki-i
66 runs in Tl overs. H. O. Ram-
aey bowled 15 overs and took *'
three wlcketl for 68 runs. A. O.
Scale took two fir til! in In DVM
Not one of the Wanderers bowl-
ers waa able to bowl a maiden
ova
" "' II Kins
HI ..j n Mtlhw
Ifl
l,,,.
"n\..... H.i-i-i
its
lea r-. i Nirkto sa
l-iim-M Ul lni.O.1-
Iibmarl e wkpr. MwtI*. b
Sliannun *S
Bhini b c-nriar II
inilllipi b Drnni \ 0
lirathite b Denr" M
ply b Shannon IS
Price b llrnny I
IH.pli.ru h P-niiv 0
WrekH b prIUi> a
Pani> c a 1> I
l-.-.l.r not out
ri.rkr l> Dnnv
aatna
Total
si
Kniiht
' Hop*
I '
m mi OK AHALVsn
$ r
i
BOWl i\; atIAI.VS.is
Rmllli 4 0
aal] 4 o
!!.. Ul I...,.,,,.
aaiv not out
i ii.iiup.
I'l%.llciihli. nut OUI
Ire.
Total ifor I wicket)
nOWI.IKO ANALVSIS
O at
Phillip. t 0
"PaaiTAN *. WINOWAH-
aaraw
p|Unita i|*r 1 ulrk'Ki
SpaiUn Ul Inni.i.
H. Pan it l.h*. i. wukir
r. fd' e -i- Evelyn ) Thomi
11 n Mmn. run out
' I H rum*i
c Wood b Tnornton
Cad Wood Atklaion b Thornt.
Arc M*tuVw. I b ThornU
itraoioii b Tkornlon
N MtdfoiU lb b Tfco.nlon
C -kinnrr c It Fartwr b ThoinK
pel oul
Etira. b S. lb I
Toll
I low I IN(i -v .
our
II F*niwr 8 0 3
D Wilt: it- 4 1
1- Oreonldar 111
N Thornton III 1 41
H r'.rmc-i
' w Olympic record of 57 feet, 1.4
, liiehoo-. Clarence Hooper was sac-
and and James Fui-hs, world
18 leeord holder, was third.
In the long lump J. C. BbTle and u ^___^-TOItrJnanpirtw
i M C Gourd.ne. both of the U.S.A.. Hl,Tl"'V'7^u ,,^ .
were first and second whUa Odon uilTTtSS^^tS^rA'
w. roideai of Hungiu-/ was third. BU- .,. iLi^"| ^L^^w-a ?"
I Cn.r.r^ooSTt'he'S.&A. w"i &23K* gffejl * E" W"rt
M-i..v broke the Olympic re- Fo7 rWdatlnn Mr eH--..
S in his *cond .00 metre bur- t,.?-^^ J'i,^
I anjilto- li oven, and Mr. Callender three
s**- wi'kcts for 26 runs in 15 ..ver..
Foundation have lost five wickets
fi r 63 runs. Mr. Jones Is 24 not
*. .rd , b. Tr&,]fh"W 'COred
broken was set up by Glusepj"
Ooidoin in the 50 kilo-Ti.
PAA
die heat, easily won the .__
daj in the same time of 50.8
<>nds. Jinn l.ituev of Russia wi
vecond and John Holland of Ne>
/.r.iland third.
1
E. Griffith took three
Waring to bis friends os he ...tcr- JaptlxVed ta.infir TT** '
N idlum far ahead of the J& ?-j '2
- ilao ;ippeiireii to be the At i-Vfiiitn .*.-. u-.
l II. -ecordnnght miwinrf75,p.l-hWr ^
Letter, had he St KZS!l&3g&*2&9!*
lend st.11 luti before breaking ^9y hmuI \J2LZ!! \Vi
tap< ind raited nil handaB l"t J Norvuie topscored with
'ho air as If posing for the benefit u/i-j,..-. ._ .t_, ~___. .
tographcTs. h Wn1?wa/d in ,th,r,r nra* mnings
have lost four wickets for 33 runs.
I luii. for Erdiston, Deane took
id C. Tudo
Menial llospiljil Y.M.P.C.
Mental Hospital met Y.M.P.C.
at Beckles Road. Mental 11-
were first lo occupy the wicket.
The Black Rock team knoB(*
up 68. C. Yarde topacoreil with
23. The only other uatMnan to
ante* double uures raa Cail
Williams. He scored IB before he
wag bowled by k. a Bsranker
K. Brankei took foui wicke*..
for 11 runs And Rudy Austin law*
f< 12 runs in 13 overs.
In reply Y M IT ..re 65 for
th loss of two wickets. Bei
lfoyos. one of the Y.adl'l
Ing batsmen, has 39 not < nt -
hi credit. Both wickets wer-
token by II. Hope
Windward met Spartan at Con-
go Road. Sprrt;in won tha
nnd elected to bat. The Park tear-
st.,rte.l bitdly. b.ivlng lost four
wicket* for 41 run* llo*ev-
Noel Wood joined Chose at the
t. Price ,. 1 0 11
J III at ho 1 tr S 0 4
I til. I %, MMII.II.
I ".|"rr
I nn.hr Ul I.,...., -
Uojim r AlUtfnr b Pkfele
1 Taylor r Mub b Skoelr
J Brnuo MrCl.t... I. Skrete
Ckarka r b 8
luiwi.tNf. UfAl Van
II AltiiKun
WIM.U4 Ul IneMf.
N Thornton c CumhTilvtcli b
Hajtoed
1. T r.tnior Ihw, b Skinner
It AOina-m r-.l .,ut
1*4*1 nol oul
Total liar 1 wlrkel.i
. BOWLINO ANALYSIS
O. M R
1' Skinner S (l |g
N MHforrt 0 SO
I'..... 4 1 II
s rii, u i,
ImKI. I 0 14
nt Ktvua .- t-oMiiasMrnr
!-...-.< (far S lebrl-
Pl.kt.1,1 I.I Im.1I.!.
A V. TmiI-i 1 Mi South li Hral\
< oMiirawiar
completed the course
1 UTS, 28 minutes, 7.8 S*o- *i-_ ^TH"" ""' *T"
nds Second man Josef Dolcxal I'"LWickeU far S1 """ '" nine
< /t'choslovdkiu also broke tk *
orld record Tliird t Anrai w r.r- 1,1 i.mb,,
I.eka of Hungary Kjshiji o GrinidK- 14. M,dl
Marjerie Jackson of Australia J, 'J* c>M*'er 4 to. m r new.
ray with both her heats in < nuacaMRar. 1.1 inu..
[-..(: Mill metres, doiiiK ll.fi "-"wwood 1. ,n... .- 3 q ;i,
mi Fannv Blankcrs-koeti '"' *JJJ,iuJfe 3 ,D'12_
D In her secondVat by ,- eKW^a* V-4MVr"W" K I
alarlg Sander of Germany _m Lahi*v n 11 n 1
Arthui Wlnt won his 800 metre
ini-fin;.! but did not appear tn J, Vtb*ai. M uasaa. (far a -kl.. m
goinj. its well as tllzheimer and a ooaaard 41 a mnd* not out 44
' lore, J Hoad I tor *. W
1 for 17.
' -ii 1, .......,
Ioiiqk le* *mimm a*
>lr. Hovoe 13.* R alavNi IS N. 8kMl.
mh' won 1 he outer two.
taJ Whlttit Id ran well within
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