posed Art these whan the KUIK Mimoters naermhlrrl en th .tth Nnvemher ISO* \ letun of wamlnf lo Lord Montassts led to the dlsDf tinplot 4imt (iiiFawkss and hi co^osstspira tors were irrestsd %  ecuted tn most partu of the British Comniotiwi'jlth of Nationtodav the Oun Powder Plot i* cilebrated by rhllrlrSfl .u-1 even grown-Ul" .>n the Mli November when in Is taken to let off tire-crackers. bombs and nihei ininoi i *oJi"iviY-\ Legitret Wins Ifye Election PARIS, July 7. KOBdJ i ound of the byetioii here lo replace the re* ttgoing French People ^ Rally Ihpuly was won by a right of Centre candidate who defeated Iha Communist candidate by a Brge majority % %  .Hi l.egiUTt ItigdtU Ol t.i'l'Ti i: Q H i ...ndldjlc who came a lose second In the first round of h. ehrctlona two reks ago was lKtcd to replaca H V F. candidate Pasleui Vllery-Radot whu r.Ignod because he said he WSS %  dlsgUi'ted M with politics legaret, a technical councillor the Minister of National Defence Rene piovsn IM Professor at various law and political schools, received 146,018 votes as compared to his Communist opponent flamon Ouguet 53.492 vote*. -U.P. '. '.','.-,*,*,'-,'.*V/,',V,V/ < V>*4V//*'*V.V/ Wi-WrV-VO 3 CsSufed w Mb l l*;iiiiiQorpte Min*!* # MKaWTOWM, June 28. Three man were arrested MM ixiged with the murder of 70Old HanUWIaOa >ug>u estate itt lno-r. on Uie West Coast merara, whose dead body was UOd floating in a buckdam i m Junv 1 last. I'lnuccused men are John %  i .'.2->-..i old Rural con i Rsngor, Rudofeata Tyrall !3> and Mangra (22) labourers m II Ue Kinderen Itamrattan's body wae found ith a piece of wire tied around Wanderers Score 296 Against Carl ton i 'it rsaporth Bad Slart Carlton got off to bad start, The third serie* of the Intermediate matches began on Saturd .v. good wicket* prevailing D. T. Lawless scored a brilli it ndefeeted IB In UM WsnderThf^'Vave* ^srT'two "wicki f .,. J2F.Z*">***! n ,,p it lefffaatoretoJ Corbta befor. veld for nearly the entire day |1(l ,.. ,. Lawless enabled the Bay tea* Skeo(l i > amass zlra runs, ins wore mj,— ___ _._ ,„.ii ._ ..^ „,.. luded 24 fours and .. -ix. C. B. Packer contributed a valuabh47 before he was caught by Harding DEAN ACHESON IN SAO PAULO off the howling of Gill he ii' Paeksv were the only batsmen to make over 20 runs. Lawless came to the wicket at ihout 2 00 p.m. en*: when the i Wanderers' innings closed St jpproximatelv 5 JO p m hi l>I peered to be still nttnV %  table A Ni< holson was Uie most sucI cessful bowler for the Black It-ek Be sent down seven overs und took three for 441. r. GO, 'ho also bowled fairly steady. SAO PAULO. July 7. %  lie A-hethree for M in ten evem On Uie last day of a goodwill v fit G Mattheus took two for 32 In wickets for 37 runs. Brathwaiu* to BrssIL He left Rio tn piano unitovers while Hammond Burke [took both wickets in four overs at 12 43 GMT—CF. land Kenny Hutchlnson captured and only 12 runs were scored put A' ( BsbMSM :h< -hoolbov up 133 in their match %  mptl* Wilkinsfrti topscored with 47 before being out PTsSMd. Innlss. one of the opening batsmen, made a p ituiit 36 D wa* 'he chief Fsnpire bowler lo worry the M-hoolhoy*. -town II overs and t' balls and t"4t four wickI | runs Presco,',-„'.'.-.-.-.-,'. ','.-,'.-,-.*.-. I


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- Republican Convention Start:

Ike Wants Rules Altered
To Reduce Taft’s Lead

(By LYLE C. WILSON)
CONVENTION HALL, Chicago, July 7.
The twenty-fifth Republican National convention got
off to an angry start Monday with big state delegations
backing General Dwight D. Eisenhower’s proposal for rule
change vital to his bid for presidential nomination.
Republican National Chairman Guy George Gabrielson
belatedi y called 1,206 delegates to order after a series of
state Caucus votes which seemed to assure vietory for the

Eisenhower rules manoeuvre.

Eisenhower’s managers pressed
the battle of the “stolen” delegates
toward a showdown as Republic-
an fai streamed to the mam-
moth air-conditioned convention
hall for the opening session. Party
elders strove to avert a floor fight.
But Eisenhower strategists who
rejected all compromise offers
last week learned that Taft was
cold to compromise.

What they might work out was
not clear. One Eisenhower leader
said the change proposal is “being
modified every minute.” In an-
other convention time develop-
ment Eisenhower headquarters
disclosed that governor Dewey
Roosevelt McKeldin of Maryland
will nominate the General when
the candidates are put before the
convention Wednesday. McKeldin
“favourite son” and the choice of
the Maryland delegation appar-
ently will try to swing his state’s
24 votes to Eisenhower on the
first ballot.

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U.K. Experts
Seek End To
Attackson U.S.

Ry HAROLD GUARD
LONDON, July 7.

British officials, newspaper
editorials and experts on inter-
national affairs called on Mon-
day for an end to attacks on
American foreign policy from
this side of the Atlantic as the
battle for a Republican presi
dential candidate raged in Chi-
cage.

One high official with fiftgt-
hand knowledge of the An
American exchanges,’ particularl
on Far Eastern questions, refer
red to the month’s talks between
Poreign Secretary Anthony Eder
ud Seeretary of State Dean
Acheson which he said dealt
with*“the realities behind a dip-
lomatic facade,”

The officials said “despite ten
or » Keren avd related
questions, they found full agree-
ment in the realities. of the in
ternational scene. It is only
from such an agreement that two
countries can draw strength from
each other to face up to the
‘hreats of aggression. We feel
now there should be an end te
criticism of the United States!

view point.” |

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SOUTH KOREAN NATIONAL ASSEMBLYMEN battle their way through a mo! of 500 supporters of President
lative building for five hours.
Blege of the assemblymen was the latest outburst in Rhee’s fight for reelec ion (International Radiophoto)

Syngman Rhee after the lawmakers had been imprisoned in the Pusan le

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Worst Weather
Of The Year
On Sunday



PRICE : FIVE CENTS



Guy Fawkes
Comes Rack

To Life?

LONDON, July 7.

Scotlana Yard | rushed
poxicemen to tne Houses ol
rariuament Monday to search
lor a bomb after an anony-
mous telephone caller said
the House of Commons
would be blown up if the
Korean war was not brought
l® an end at once.

The telephone caller—
whose voice police said was
that of an educated man—
said explosives were already
in place under the Commons
Chamber and that the charge
would go off when members
were about to enter. The
vaults under the Parliament .
buildings were thoroughly
searched before the session
got under way, but police
found no trace of explosives.

The Police were satisfied
that the telephone threat
was the work of a hoaxer or
crank .—U.-P.



Guy Fawkes, a Yorkshire
Catholic, with Robert Cates-
by and other conspirators
lanned the Gunpowder

lot in 1605. Although
warned of the discovery of
the plot, Fawkes persisted _
and was captured in the cel-
lar of the Parliament House
and hanged.

The Gunpowder Plot was
the eonspiracy entered upon
by a desperate band. of
Catholics’ in the reign of
James I to avenge the harsh
treatment to which the

mee ee uaa eh ,
ia aamaae'svagt For Martinique Meet

idward Mad Earle, “tallin4!

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tof Robe: A. Taft wh W, I d e hemselves Englishman ane
as < —, Tatake ot ain est haies 613 Die Over American who havp been frienus

BARBADOS had sae of its Catholics were subjected in
SEVEN Barbadiz -yclists left Seawe hey + wector.|Worst Weather for the year on these days
lay By. y ee ufign oyclista i ee awell Sos ye . Y Sunday, Fairly heavy showers Barrels of gunpowdeér Were
tested delegates if the rules and professional associates i} “@Y Morming by BW... for Martinique to take part IN\¢ci) ‘throughout the day. They secreted in the vaults under

he study of international affair | the eycle meet which is being held on July 14 to celebrate |
or thirty years.” |
Tension " between U.S, an@!

| Europe and members of thé;
eek-end ; western community, has beep

taken to heart and effectively; toad race will however take place on July 13, while the

: ! : ; v ere accompanied by thunder and neath the Houses of Parlia-
the fall of the Bastille, a National Day throughout France |s>erp flashes of lightning. ment, and it was proposed {

ind her colonies. The house of Helena McIntosh to fire these when the Kins -
> ai ave of ination . 4 diane 0 Hampton, St. Philip, was ind his Ministers assembled
The main event of the programme. the 150 kilometer siruck by lightning at about 2.00 on the 5th November 1605
oclock in the evening. Me-



change goes through, criticized the Sugar R U.S. Hi lid
penpesel as a’ te to ehahes the ecord e e oO L ay
*rules in the .niddle of the game.”

‘Aa the Convention opened Taft Expected

had 538 delegate votes and Eisen-
hower 428 in United Press tabula-





tion based on pledges and known|, THE latest figures from the , dealt with because disunity | track events will take place the following day.

‘West Indies Sugar Association
wy Be ges ge contested 'put the British Caribbean’s estim-
é@ee + i : ated production for 1952 at over

gates from voting on any issue \900 000. tons ‘A total
before the Convention until they |)’ en a record total for
ne anek 4 2 es old ! All the British West Indies
rmits contested. delegates to | territories show increases with}
ete on all contests except their | the exception of Barbados, which
own, In preliminary manoeuvring | '@sisters a drop from the 1951 all-
Republican national committee Mar an chee of 187,000
snr aR V8 ea Te eegrts | t,"baggentpacctitge increase
De d Test ¥ is recorded by Antigua, expected
r man es to manufacture 32,400 tons this
ot a By agg cpa i year, compared with 18,912 tons
mittee tentatively awarded to ag SS

British Guiana, “Jamaica, “and
Taft, the Eisemhower forces de- ,,
a ea Fi diate Nest ob Trinidad are likely to be about

235,000 ‘tons, 277,000 tons and
their proposal to amend the 40- 160,000 tons respectively.
year-old convention rule. Total British Colonial sugar

Eisenhower’s managers claimed | »,oquction last year again show-
enough to push through a change} eq an increase. Mauritius produc-
whieh would bar the contesfed)eq a record crop of 456,000 tons
issue until formally seated, That{auing the | 1951/52 season. Ex-
i . s itish I-
would keep disputed pro-Taft Bere of sugar.trom “Eritish Co!

; onial territories in 1951 totalled
delegates, from Louisiana for ex- just over 1,300,000 tons, and these
ample, from voting on a «pntest

over the Texas delegation chports are. expected to reach

; " .,| 1,870,000 tons this year. During

Taft's campaign manager David} 1959" under the Commonwealth
S. Ingalls denounced the rules for Sugar Agreement signed last
the change as a “desperate last|December, Britain’s Ministry of
minutes” move by Eisenhower} Fooq will purchase the whole of
forces*to salvage a “lost Oe the Commonwealth’s exportable

surplus, /
COMMITTEE TO PROBE

BELIZE NEWSPAPER
RICE BOARD URGED | -hiTOR BOUND OVER

GEORGETOWN, June 28. TO KEEP PEACE
Honourable Daniel P. Debidin BELIZE B.fL, July 7.

would like the Governor to appoint

Lindberg Goldson, editor of the
a Select Committee of the Legisla-| peijze Billboard, has been bound
tive Council to examine and en-

nine
quire into the working of the Brit- over to keep the peace for

months following the publication
ish Guiana Rice Marketing Board.|0/°2n article which accused Brit-

He has given notice of a motion jicsh troops of atrocities.
in the Council stressing that there} He had written an editorial
were many causes for dissatisfac-|suggesting that the death of a
tion in the working of the Board, | citizen last spring was not simply
and in the taking and discharging |a shooting incident as stated by
of personnel . British authorities —(CP)

Land Referm For
Vietnam Announced

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CHICAGO, July 7.

Millions of North Americans
were back home after a long
Fourth of July Independence Day
weekend holiday during which
more than 600 persons met vio-
lent deaths.

An unofficial survey from 6 p.m.
on Thursday to midnight on Sun-
day showed at least 613 persons
died in various accidents—356 in
highway mishaps, 176 by drown-
ing, seven in plane crashes, 2 by
fireworks, and 72 in miscellaneous
accidents.

The majority returned from

the weak point in the West |
armour”, the two university pros}
fessors wrote from the Institute)
for Advanced Study at Prince«
ton. New Jersev

The long letter reviews all the
fauses of Anglo-American rift
end emphasizes the America) |
burden in Korea as the chie,}
bone of contention, |

“The shadow of Korea hangt!
over every American home ane
takes the toll of eyery American
purse; in many respects Kore |
mean to America what Malay?)
means to Britain and Indo Chir .

means to France” the-letter ‘sale:

fishing streams, beaches and re-/ The writers expressed regret for

sorts to suffer in a collar wilting | some aspects of American hand-|Mr. L. A. Lynch, Life Vice-Presi-
heat wave that blistered much of jling of Far Eastern
the United States. As high as/ pecially the Korean

the accidental death toll was, the
‘otal of auto fatalities fell below
predictions. The National Safety
Council had predicted 430 persons
would be killed in traffic accidents
alone.—U.P.

Danes Will
Deliver Ship

COPENHAGEN, July 7.
Danish Parliamentary leaders
agreed Monday to back up the
Government's decision to speed
delivery of a Danish built tanker
to the Soviet Union over United
States warnings that delivery
would be a violation of United

States-Danish Aid agreement.



The United States last week
warned Denmark that delivery of
the 13,000 ton tanker Apsheron at
present completed is in violation
of the “Battle Act” by which
Congress voted recently to pro-
hibit United States aid to coun-
tries which export strategic
materials to the Soviet bloc.

United States Ambassador in
Copenhagen Mrs. Eugene Ander-
son was informed of the decision
immediately following the meet-
ing and officials said the Danish
Government would give a formal
reply to the United States later in

affairs es.
armistice

| talks, but said criticism must!

end.—U.P.

Big “3”’ Reply To |
Russia Delayed

LONDON, July 7.

Official sources reported on
Monday that the Western By
Three reply to Russia’s latest}
note on Germany has been de-
layed again. American, British
and French experts have been
asked by their governments to
reduce the note they drew up
in Paris last week.

The note is not expected to be
delivered in Moscow until late
this week. Suggestions from
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer of
West Germany are being incor-
porated into the reply.

The West will express readi-
hess to meet the Russians for di-
rect talks on the setting up of
an impartial investigating com-
mission which is to determine
whether the conditions are con-
ducive to the holding of all Ger-
man elections.—U.P.

Another Secret
lruce Session Held
MUNSAN, Korea, July 7.

United Nations and Communist
armistice negotiators held their





fohn Skinner, Duncan Keizer, | N bs
/onald Brathwaite and Darniey| (WCW OF

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vents, Fo | un =a ae
| Mr. J. W, B. Chenery, President r isla

jtheir first experience outside of] instructions, is expected to meet

to the type of terrain they would} “Qne a day” terrorist atacks
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Comprising the Barbados con -~ =~ 7
igent are Lisle “Carmichael,

jinart who wip take part in the e
oad race and George Hill and F h Plan
David Grant, the two reserves rence

who will enter for the track

{

of the Amateur Athletic Associa-
ion, accompanied the team as TUNIS, July 7.
manager with Mr. C. E. Jemmott,| New delays for France's Tun~
Assistant Secretary of the Asso- noe aoa pee fey
ula y ‘ na! © onda, when ‘renc
oo Sn oe, itesident General Jean de Haute-
‘At the Airport to see the boys}clocque had his first meeting in
off and wish them success were] {ive weeks with Tunisian Prem-
ier Salah Edine Baccouche,
dent of the Association, Mr; Gil- Tunisian quarters said Bac-
mour Rocheforde, Honorary Sec-| couche was cordial to the French
retary and many of their relatives] leader but was unable to prom-



ind friends. ise the acceptance of the French ]0!
Before leaving, Mr, Chenery] programme leading to eventual]t
aid that the boys were not only} homerule without the Bey's

fit, but were keen and cheerful] «pproval.
and were looking forward to the Hauteclocque who rq@turned
tour. For most of them, it was| Saturday from Paris with new

Barbados and they were allj the Bey this week — perhaps
anxious to do well, Tuesday-—-in ap attempt to win

The conditions in Martinique he} over the Arab ruler, But circles
said were unusual and the boys| close to the Bey reported he had
had never participated in any, giver’ the impression that he
events like the 150 kilometer, the| would attempt to delay the pro-
main event of the programme ramme, to bolster his position
Fortunately, they would have a,With the anti-Reform-national-

few days before the race was|ists. They said he might re-
cheduled to start in which they] shuffle his Ministry in the process
would be able to get accustomed

i i sanwhile continued with a
have to traverse. With the skill; C@nw
they already possessed, he believ- bam : eae oa the, xelluane, sta-
ed that they would easily adapt ait be t nie ae hee miles
themselves to the new conditions.) CU") © unis. 1e «charge

| exploded near the station buffet lution



| but there were no injuries,
Hauteclocque went on the air
Mak Sunday night to tell Tunisians
Jets e that the French five-year pro-
> eae is “a substantial reality
jut it cannot succeed without

Record Flight [" goodwill and faith of all.”

UP.



HONOLULU, July ‘%. |
Twenty F84 Thunderjet fighter

borbers bound for the Korean 3 Charged With

war front landed here after a five-

hour and twenty seven minutes Floating Corpse
nonstop flight from California’s ,
Murder

Travis air force base. The 2,400-
mile air to air refuelling flight

Intosh, who was ot home, fell in
a.) unconscious condition.

She was examined by Dr. C.
Hiutson whe informed the Police
)
ym shock, her condition was not
serious.

rhe house is 18 x 9 feet with
shecroof
eastern side was extensively
d smaged.

were out of order yesterday,
impossible T5 get through to
Police Stations at District “EB”
and Speightstown. }

was
Lie

. othe shower:
were intermittent,
majority,
varying
heavy

Roads which are badly in need

continuously,

than an inch of rain.

St whieh an inch and



New Gevernment
For [ran Likely

TEHERAN, July 7.
Mohammed Reza
gave Premier Mohammed Mossa-
degh the green light Monday to
form a new government for Iran.
The Shah received Mossadegh in
audience at the palace following
the passage of the Senate’s reso-
Mossadegh’s
forming a new government.—U,P.

LPP LE LPLLLLP LPL PLP

The choice of those who
necognise Quality, and
of those who employ

Economy ...

rare combination realised in

was the longest of its kind ever

(From Our Own Correspondent)

\ letter of warning to Lord
Monteagle led to the dis-
eovery of the plot and Guy
Fawkes and his to-conspira-
tors were arrested and ex-
ecuted.

In most parts of the Brit-
ish Commonwealth of Na-
tions today the Gun Powder
Plot is celebrated by chil-
dren and even grown-ups
on the Sth November when
occasion is taken to let off
fire-crackers, bombs and
other minor exglosives.—Ed.



Legaret Wins
Bye Election

PARIS, July 7.

The second round of the bye-
election here to replace the re~
signing French People’s Rally
Deputy was won by a right of
Centre candidate who defeated
the Communist candidate by a
large majority.

Jean Legaret, Right of Centre
(R.G.R.) candidate who came a
close second in the first round of
the elections two weeks ago was
elected to replace R.P.F, candidate
Pasteur Vallery-Radot wha re-
signed because he said he was
“disgusted” with politics,

Legaret, a technical councillor
to the Minister of National De-
fence Rene Pleven and Professor

various law and _ political

schools, received 146,018 votes as
compared to his Communist oppo-
nent Gaston Ouguet 53,452 votes.

—UP.

SAIGON, July 7, the day. The Danish view ex- a sone ks meeting | attempted and was the first leg
: j Mondav| Pressed by Foreign Minister Ole o-Gay & ‘N. spokesman said.; of the flyers’ course to Japan. GEORGETOWN, June 28.
: New Vietnam Premier Nguyen Van Tam on sonday Byorn Kraft who headed the meet-| Proceedings were on a business| Aircraft attached to the 31st] Three men were arrested and = s
night announced a sweeping land reform programme ¢ wrged with the murder of 70-| ¥ °

r ee ing is that the contract for the|like basis. The single issue of Fighter Escort Wing of Strategic ( %
at wooing landless peasants from communisin at the ¢x-) Apsheron two other tankers and) ie exchange of prisoners of war Air Command, left Travis at 91) sold ‘Kamruttan, sugar estate| $ = “THE LABEL WITH THE KEY"
Pete Premier who pledged to “intentify” the struxite| ni cis in o4e sever year], furdey sp mecine glass fe by adalional planes tors] crcrara how ded body” was| §
against Vietminh Essormisiats oo he came ib oon Rees, Me US. onmrees gaaeed ae eens den | yer tee gallina’ dail {und floating in a backdam| $ Wines, Brandies and Liqueurs
June 3 outlined these main points in a private i EW.V.2 omaarne

K.W.V. Coronation Wine

.W.V. Old Brown Sherry

. Amontillado Sherry

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3 William P. Nuckols, U.N, Com-|on the record flight, the planes|‘'@n¢h om June 16 last, *
S ‘ st ti > —v. . | ’ p maa ‘
during which he disclosed his plan to give small holdings|”"”” herefore be filled —U.P. | s1and\ spokesman indicated thai | were refuelled in the air by huge|,, The accused men are John z
to thousands of penniless peasants. %
. Old Oloroso Sherry
Sweet Vermouth.



Peds refrained from using propa- | lanes converted into flying fuel|°°P€rs, 52-year-old Rural Con-
SAMs ee Sa aee Ia S janda blasts to-day Both sides -tations, able and Ranger, Rudolph Tyrell
' 7 P rod tead prepared statements dealing, U.S, Airforce officials expected] (23) and Mangra (22) labourers of
Firstly the land tax will be ugar . ucers wi . ord 7 r saw PL > i

altered to make it negligible for New Envoy to U. S. ith the exchange of prisoners,| the pilots to take off for the =|, mn. De Kinderen

7 I ; “me
small property owners but crush-| Hold Private Talks Yuckols said, cond leg of their trip Wednes

s ) He refused to say whether pro- day, but would not give any in-
ingly heavy for proprietors of; 9

huge estates, Secondly some kind gress has been made,—(CP)
of agricultural credit fund will be
set up to enable landless peasants ;

Ramrattan’s body was found |
with a pieée of wire tied around |
his neck |



(From Our Own Correspondent)

cication as to flight plans —U.P
LONDON, July 7. ae /





to purchase territories available}
at prices laid down by governs;
ment. : }

The Premier said he already |
had obtained the accord of the
majority of large landowners to}
the scheme particularly ... in|
areas where squatters long moved }
in on large estates under the veil-|
ed protection of Vietminh bands. |

The Premier’s action is the first |
direct move on the part of Inger
China state government to com-
bat Vietminh promises cf a land}
reform programme along the lines
of that carried out by the Chinese}




communists,

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ing here today. Representatives
were present from the West
Indies, Fiji, Mauritias, South
Africa and Australia. Mr. J. M.
Campbell of the West India Com-
mittee was in the chair.

Matters discussed it is under-
stood included future shipments
to Cinada

No Food Ministry officials were
present, the meeting being purely
domestic, but it 1s anticipated that

Ministry officials later this week

Another Domestic meeting i«
planned for Wednesday and it is



es held a private four tourmee] Wanderers Score 296

The third series of the Interme-
diate matches began on Saturday,
good wickets prevailing.

D, I. Lawless scored a brilliant
undefeated 163 in the Wander-|
ers—Carlton fixture at Carlton. |
The home tearm were kept on the
field for nearly the entire day |

Lawless enabled the Bay team
to amass 296 runs, His score in- |



| cluded 24 fours and a six, C. R.|
there will be discussions with|

Packer contributed a valuable 47
before he was caught by Harding |

ren to make over 20 runs. |

‘he could open his secount. G.|to oceupy the wicket and scored |
Matthews was bowled by Skeete]|18!1. C. Springer top scored with}
for one run. Marshall is six not|« well played 61. He was bowl-
out. ed by Thornton Other good}

At Combermere the schoolboys | scores were G. Cheltenham 31 and

}and Packer were the only bats- |°®

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one each for 35 and 54 respective-)oif him. He clean bowled Taylor |
ly nd Clarke for 11 and 18 respec- |
Bad Start ‘ively. Drayton has eight not out
Carlton got off to a bad start o his eredit.
They have lost two wickets for Springer Top Scores
only eight runs. H. Burke was Poliee met Windward at Queen's)
ut leg before to J. Corbin before] Park. The Constables were first

|

iinst Empire. Wilkinson top- Bowling for Windward, C
scored with 47 before being out|Thornton took three for 41 in 13|

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thought possible the Food Minis-| Lawless came to the wicket at |'¢s before to Prescod. Inniss, one

overs. H.M, Farmer took two for
Nguyen Van Tam said many | try will be called in to discussions; about 2.00 p.m. and when the|of the opening batsmen, made a

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selling off their property in the} | | approximately aoe p.m. he Tite € a was 4 ne ee | hi ve ao oe wire ae 81 — >
hope of gettin a bigger price } | peared to be st quite comfor-| bowler to worry e¢ schoolboys. | Opening batsman Thornton scorec -
than the Sinticlpated government | | DEAN ACHESON | table. 7 |He sent down 11 overs and twola valuable 49 d 8
offers. Although some Vietnam) | | A. Nicholson was the most suc- balls and took four wickets for 27 | G. Shannon was the outstand- an $
factions consider the Premier’s} IN SAO PAULO } cessful bowler for the Black Roi } pune Prescod alsq bowled very|ing bowler for Police. He sent %
scheme as “revolutionary” in-| jteam. He sent down seven overs| Well. He took three for 17 in 15|down eight overs of which one S
formed sources said it has the} G. L. Merta | SAO PAULO, {and took three for 46. G. Gill, |overs of which six were maidens.|was a maiden, and took four ‘ x
backing of most elements as being | , U.S. Secretary of S who also bowled fairly steady, ! Harris took two for 35 in 11 overs | wickets for 24 runs. C. Griffith | Happiness %
the best possible barrier against} 1% HAS BEEN announced in New | con arrived here at took three for 59 in ten overs. Empire in reply have lost two|took the other wicket for three 8
communism in marginal areas. | Delhi that G. L. Merta has been | on the last day of a goodwill visit|G. Matthews took two for 32 in|wickets for 37 runs. Brathwaite|runs. He bowled five overs, two R

¥ | appointed India’s Ambassador to 'to Brazil He left Rio by plane} nine overs while Hammond Burke |}took. both wickets in four over j being maidens, y

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Caub Calling



Bare eee NORMAN TANG,
Mir r of Health and Local
Government who is acting Minis-
ter of Labour Industry and Com-
merce for the Hon'ble Albert
Gomes, arrived here yesterday
morning by B.W.LA. from Trini-
dad as one of the colony’s dele-
gates to the Oils and Fats Con-
ference which opens at Hastings
House this morning.

The other Trinidad delegates
who arrived by the same oppor-
tunity yesterday morning, were
Hon’ble H. E. Robinson and Mr.
O. C. Papineau, Economic Adviser.
They were accompanied by their
three advisers, Mr. E, V. Wharton,
C.B.E., Chairman of the Cocoanut
Growers’ Association, Mr, G.
Montes de Oca, representative of
West Indian Oil Industries and
Mr, C, L. Blanchfield who is rep-
resenting one of the small manu-
facturers

Hon'ble E.A.C. Hughes, Barris-
ter-at-Law, St. Vincent who was



in Trinidad for the Races, also
arrived...yesterday morning by
B.W.LA. to attend the Conference.
They are all staying at the Marine

Hotel, I

For Health Reasons

MR. F. E. C. BETHELL

Turfites Return
R. F. E. C. BETHELL of
Friendship Plantation, St.
Michael and Mr. J. C. M. Marsh of
ISS -EBEN MILLINGTON, Bannatyne Plantation, Christ
Assistant Teacher of St. Church and Mr, K, D. Edwards of
James Girls’ School, was among Messrs, Smith and Atwell were
the passengers leaving yesterday among the turfites returning by
by B.W:LA. for Puerto Rico en B.W.LA. on Sunday night after
route for the U.S.A. attending the T.T.C. Summer
Miss Millington who jis on six Meeting.
months’ leave, has gone up in the Mr. F. Thirkell, Mr, Thomas
interest of her health. Wilder and Mr. Pat Fletcher, three
‘ jockeys who rode at the meeting,
Intransit also returned by the same oppor-
R. E. L. GUY, doctor of public tunity.

health of the U.S.A. and Mrs. For Annual
Guy who were holidaying in : Ue
Trinidad, arrived here yesterday General Meeting

morning by B.W.1.A. intransit on R, NESTER BAIZ, Director of
their way back to the U.S.A. They ; _ Bottlers Ltd. arrived from
expect to leave by the Lady Trinidad yesterday morning by
Nelson tonight. B.W.LA. from. Trinidad to attend

Dr. Guy who is also an Episco- the _company’s annual general
pal Clergyman, was trained in the Meeting. He expects to be here
ministry at Codrington College. 0% two weeks staying at the

i n Ocean View Hotel.
Methodist Minister
EV, JOHN PARKER of St. Home Economics
George’s Methodist Church, R. J. NICOL, Education
Grenada, arrived there yesterday Adviser to the Comptroller
morning as a deputation to attend for Development and Welfare,
the Missionary Meeting of the returned from Trinidad over the
James Street Methodist Church, Teresita be Fee fon ore
He was accompanied by his wife Economics and Nutrition in Edu-

and they will be here for two “ 7
weeks: staying at “Epwerth Cation at Kent House. :
House”, Fontabelle. Miss Ivy Alleyne, Organiser of

the Housecraft Centre who had
also attended the Conference,
returned home yesterday morn-
ing by B.W.IA,

Leaving To-night

On Holiday

PENDING two weeks’ holiday
in Barbados are Miss Ursula

del Costello, Matron of St, Augus-
tine’'s’ Nursing Home, Port-of-
Spain and Miss Gloria Walker of R. MAC DONALD JOEL of
Trinidad. “They arrived yesterday Bermuda who had been holi-
morning by B.W.1.A. and are stay- daying in this island leaves to-
ing at the Ocean View Hotel, night by the R.M.S. Lady Nelson

on his return home.
Spent Three Weeks

During his stay in Barbados he

was the guest of Miss Millicent

RS. ROSE MOORE, an Ameri- ; e cae
can citizen who was holiday-

Gibson of Chapman Street.
4 Mr, Joel is a musician and
ing in-Earbados for the past three showed
weeks,

his excellence as a

s, returned home yesterday trombone player when he took two
morning “by B.W.I.A via Antigua jtems at Madame Ifill’s Star Bud
and Puerto Rico, Show at the Drill Hall last week.

NCE again it*has happened. And, to wind up with a garden-

A picture which drew ing hint : don’t let the larks get
crowds and won “very faveurable at your mushrooms.

comment” at an exhibition in the

Midlands, was found to have been

hung upside down. Durendal

Here are some replies you ‘
moderns can make when you PHOTOGRAPH in the paper
have been caught loudly admir- of a large collection of

ing a picture hung the wrong way Walking-sticks reminded me that
up:— beside my great staff Durendal
(i) Don’t. you see, that is the they would look like toothpicks.
right way to get its full effect? | Durendal is old and gnarled now,
(ii) T-don't deny that it would and I think that one night he will
be equally striking the other way disappear. . Peasants waking in

up. the moonlight in some high valley
(ii) Why shouldn’t an artist of the Pyrenees will hear his
paint things upside down? heavy step as he goes by, and a
(iv) It is symbolical of modern legend will arise of the ghost of a

life.
(vy) That. is how we see things
in our sub-conscious minds,

famous” staff which walks the
mountains alone, They will tell
how he lay down beside a sound-



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At The University College

RRIVING on Sunday night
from Jamaica by B.W.I1.A.

was Mr. George B, P. Cummins,
son of Dr. H. G, Cummins, M.C.P.,

Mrs Cummins of “Goth-

Bank Hall Road,

and
mare”,

sity College of the West Indies.
Mr. Cummins is pursuing his

second year studies and has come

‘over to spend his three months’
vacation with his parents,

Other students at the University
College who also returned by the
same opportunity were Mr.
Charles W. A. Pilgrim, son of Mr.
and Mrs, G. B. Pilgrim of Bullen’s
Agricultural Station, St. James.
Mr. Keith S. D. Ashby, son’ of Mr.
and Mrs. Duncan Ashby of Upper
Welches, Christ Church and Mr.
D. Barrow, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Barrow of St. Jude’s, St. George.

Transferred

AJOR MARSHALL SMITH,

of the Salvation Army who
has been Commanding Officer of
the Bridgetown Central Corps. for
the past two and a half years,
left yesterday morning by B.W.1.A.
for Antigua in succession to Major
Arthur Greaves who has _ been
appointed to St. Lucia,

Major Smith who was accom-
panied by his wife and two
children Joy and Vincent,
been succeeded at Bridgetown by
Senior Capt. Wilberforce Bishop
of Speightstown,

On Four Months’ Leave
R, MERTON HEWITT, a Civil
Servant attached to the
General Post Office, left for the
U.S.A. yesterday morning by
B.W.LA, via Antigua and Puerto
Rico en route to the U.S.A. He is
on four months’ holiday which he
will spend in Boston Brooklyn and
New York.

Off To Martinique

R. M. C. HOWARD, a Cana-
dian who has been living in
Barbados for the past two years
aad taking a keen interest in
sport, left yesterday morning by
B.W.LA. for Martinique to see the
Barbadian cyclists who left by the
same opportunity in action.
Mr. Howard is a retired Army

He is
studying Medicine at the Univer-





Officer who was formerly with the’

Anglo Canadian Pulp and Paper
Co, of Quebec City.

Back From Grenada

R. C. G. CRAWFORD, MLL,

Mech. E., Technical Manager
of the Central Foundry, returned
from Grenada yesterday morning
by B.W.J.A. after spending a week
in that colony.

Mr. Crawford went over to
supervise the installation of an oil
nlant and oil refinery for Messrs.
W. E, Julien and Co., Ltd.

On Business
EAVING for Dominica yester-
~ day by B.G. Airways was
Mr, Bertie King of the Central
Agency. He has gone on a business
visit in the interest of his firm.

ing torrent, and passed from
sleep to dissolution, and so came
at last to that shining place where
all good sticks attain fulfilment
and take their rest. But if his
ghost must go wandering now
and then, I hope he will not for-
get to haunt the valley of Can-
franc, and to bring me news in
my dreams, here in my home, of
ancient Jaca and the inn of Con-

stancia Mur.
* * .

Without comment

She wants everything on a high
plane. She will not even
tell the auctioneer which of her
marriages the furniture came
from,

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BEYFUS

QUEEN ELIZABETH the Queen Mother is doing more

as she pleases,

Her new job of just being a pillar of sup-

port for the monarchy instead of half the house gives her
both the time and the freedom.

For the first time in years she is free to enjoy herself
in her own way. She no longer has to be at every formal
function—she gave Ascot a Wide miss after years of faith-

ful attendance.

Now she no longer has to dregg
for the job she is clearly dressi
to please herself. When she
Queen the people expected her
look like a Queen. But now shy

has} “ears plain clothes if she wants

One of the ways in which a
Queen relaxes after 15 years on
the job is to change old faces for
new ones.

The Queen Mother skipped the
opening of the London season
with all those familiar faces and
went off to stay with some Scot-
tish friends she hasn’t found time
to visit for years.

Lady Dorothy Vyner and her
husband, Commander Clare Vyner,
live in a whitewashed house over-
looking the Pentland Firth at
Dunnet, a small village on the
northernmost coast of Scotland.
Commander Vyner is managing
director of a quick-freeze plant in
a nearby town.

Unheralded by the usual crowd
of officials and the advance tele«
phone calls to places she was to
visit, the Queen Mother strolled



round the place without any
ceremony.

Most of ‘the time she wore
tweeds and walking shoes; often
went out without gloves ora
handbag.

CROSSWORD



Across
1, To Vera it’s true. (4)
6. Bnd of the ship, (4) .
9. Eager to_ come to terms. (5))_
10. To wee Diana it expands, (ay
12. Quietly let off, you'll find, (6)
13, panes & pale of coppers to get
14. Yorkshire has three but a south
one 1s novel, (6)
15, Something on the Cresta? (8)
16. Not ali one, but single. (5)
17. Careful, it’s a trap. (3)
19. Yes, you can do it standing, (3)
20. He does guard duty (6)
22, Hall the egret. (5)
23. Heated i fish. (4)
24, Seats can become this, (5)
25. We in the vineyard get it, (4)

Down

- London, Paris, or New York, (7)
American soldfer returns to a
geome of cards to get a home. (5)

abitual for the aspen. (7
Fifty leave early for a period, (4)
Give up and use the dotted line
again. (6)
. Uncle often gets it. (6) i
- At Nadir. in shining form, (7)
- Is responsible for much
cleavage. (5)
Bob’s only half what he was
when he works as this, te)
16. Tunes, (4)
18. Hiram’s kingdom, (4)
20. Saw for the present. (3)
21. This 1 Down ts hard to get. (3)

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She clambered up lighthouses,
picnicked beside them, stood about
and posed for the local people to
tae snaps of her,

“It was just as if a friend had
popped in,” said Mrs. John Scott,
wife of the head Dunnet Light-
house keeper. “She really is a

charming person.”
* * *





. in London and

life of the woman who not so long ag¢ was Qu>en ..-

She keeps fleas in her lab, at}
her country home, Ashton Wold, |

Oundle, an owl in the drawing-| t

room, a hedgehog in the nursery
cupboard, and snails alk over the
place. ,

“Everything goes by the board
when I conduct an experiment.
Fleas are such fascinating things.
I don’t think I shall ever forget
the thrill of first looking down a
microscope at those marvellous
transparencies.”

Miss Rothschild is the Dorothy
Dix among parasitologists. She
gets letters from all over the
world asking her what to do about
flea research problems.

“I get brown-paper parcels of
specimens nearly every post.” said
Miss Rothschild, “the secret of my
mail is to open the covering letters
first.”

The Way To Lose Friends

“Women, in all floral matters,
resort to low and evil practices,”
recorded that book, “Down the
Garden Path.” “They are appall-
ing liars and constitutionally in-
capable of making friends with the
woman who has the garden next

door.”

One of the rare London occa-
sions when gardening friends up
from the country could be easily
done down was the flower show
at Westminster last week.

The most was made of it by

, ith
She wandered into shops when~England’s Lady Gardeners, wi
ever she wanted to without any of their “Fete Day” clothes, floppy

the old formalities.

“Can I look behind the count-

er?” she inquired of an astonished
woman in a little antique shop.
‘Just before lunch one day she
ploughed through the hens run-
ning in the yard of the small
croft-cum-post office at Dunnet
village,

And the woman with one of the
finest collections of china in the
world said to the postmistress Miss
Janet Henderson: “Do show me
your collection of china. I’ve
heard so much about it that I had
to come and see it.”

Sihe did meet oné or two offic-
ials, She was introduced to
Provost John Sinclair, of Thurgo,
who told the Queen Mother he was
a fish salesman, “Then please
show me the fish,” said she.

Flea-Fanatic

One of the few happy house-
holds totally abandoned to the
spirit of scientific inquiry is run
by Miriam Rothschild, the para-
sitologist and sister of Lord Roths-
child. Her new book, “Fleas,
Flukes, and Cuckoos,” was re-
issued last week.

She is 44, married to a farmer

George Lane—and has three
young children, Dark and hand-
some, she seems to be one of the
few serious scientists who laugh
a lot.



Teachers’ Campaign

Service At Ch. Ch. Church

The Elementary School Teach~
ers’ Campaign for full and effec~
tive co-operation between teach-
ers and parents in the proper
training of young people con-
tinues with Divine Worship next
Friday evening, July 11, at 7.30
in the Christ Church Parish
Church,

The Preacher will be Rev.
(C. A, Sayer, Principal of Cod-
rington College.

Teachers, parents, guardians
and the general public are in-
vited,

straw hats, pastel linens, and car-
rying capacious baskets.

Strolling round the plooms they
could be heard losing friends by
the hour...no cut was too low, no
thrust too mean.

“T lost all my hydrangeas this
year,” said a woman glumly.
“Surely not,” replied her com-
panion, She had been waiting for
this: “Ours have grown like
weeds, we had to cut them back.”



1 SAW CLIFION
(Mr. Belvedere) WEBB

Last night I saw that first class
humourist of the Screen, “Mr.
Belvedere”, He had just landed
at Seawell and came straight to
my house, opened the door with-
out invitation, took a chair and
made himself at home, Being a
newspaperman, I asked him a
number of questions and offered
him a drink which he accepted.
When we had finished, he picked
up his walking stick and hat and
told me that he had to be back at
Seawell to get his plane. He told
me the name of the last picture
he made. And then I woke up.

—G.M.



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Northern Orchestra, 6.00 p.m. Ulster
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Programme Parade, 7.00 p.m. The News,
7.10 p.m, Home News From Britain
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Newsreel, 8.30 p.m. Report From Brit-
ain, 8.45 p.m Interlude, 8.55 p.m.
From The Editorials, 9.00 p.m. Bedtime
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ll New C.D.& \ Ww. Sch

Grants Total
£271,721

Grants totalling £271,721 and
a loan of £5,200 were authorised
under eleven new Development
and Welfare schemes whose ap-
proval, was notified to the Comp-
troller for Development and Wel-
fare in the West Indies during
April, it is stated in London.

The largest of these new
schemes provides for the construc-
tion of a new hospital with 91
beds at Falmouth, Jamaica. Of
the total estimated cost of £183,-
950 a Development and Welfare
grant will contribute £127,500.

A grant of £60,000 is made to
Dominica towards the cost of
completing the trans-insular road.
This is an interim grant towards
a total cost estimated at some
£119,000. The whole operatien,
however, has been approved in
principle and a sum sufficient to
complete the construction of the
road has been provisionally ear.
marked from Development and
Welfare funds available to Dom-
inica pending detisions on the
colony’s loan programme,

A grant of £30,183 ang a loan
of £5,200 have been approved for
a scheme to clear up the slum
area of New Town, Saint Kitts.

Two of the new grants approved
are for geological surveys. British
Honduras is allotted £19,075 to
extend its geological survey for a
further three years from Septem-
ber 1952. This will permit the
completion of geological mapping
of the Maya mountains and de-
tailed prospecting of certain se-
lected areas where this appears to
be justified—for example in the
North Stann Creek area where
the presence of alluvial tin was
recently reported.

£4,325 For B.G.

A grant of £4,325 to British
Guiana provides for the appoint-
ment of an additional geologist
to the Geological Survey Depart-
ment, This department is now
carrying out surveys in the Wind-
ward Islands and the increase in
its staff will permit work to be
done in those colonies of a nature
not hitherto undertaken there.
Particular objects of investigation
will be the deposits of copper
minerals in Grenada, cement in
Saint Vincent and sulphur de-
posits in Dominica and Saint
Lucia,

Water supplies in Antigua are
to be improved under a scheme
costing £16,200. The development
of existing water supplies and ex-
ploration for new underground
sources are provided for both in
the Saint John’s area and in coun-
try districts; in addition, cheap
storage tanks are to be provided
for country districts.

The University College of the
West Indies is to receive £7,500
to provide for the appointment,
for an initial period of three
years, of a Staff Tutor in Indus-
trial Relations. His principal
duties will be to organise and
develop educational programmes
for those concerned with indus-
trial relations in all parts of the
British West Indies and to en-
courage Trade Unions to pay
attention to the education of their
members.

A grant of £4,000 will enable
the Government of Saint Lucia to
engage an expert from Jamaica to
reorganise the island’s Banana
Association as a step towards in-
creasing production,

The approval of these eleven
new schemes brings the total of
Development and Welfare Aid to
the British West Indies this year
to £555,447. Total. grants and
loans since 1st April 1946 has now
reached £5,071,041.

Trinidad Scouts
Plan Biob-A-Job
Week In December



(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN.
Trinidad scouts will launch a
bob-c-wee! campaign from De-

i3 to December 20 to raise
for assisting in financing
the Colony’s representatives to
witness the coronation of the
Queen next June.

This was decided at a confer-
ence of Scout Commissioners at
Boy Scout Headquarters last
Saturday. Aceording to an an-
nouncement made at the confer-
ence, the next West Indian Boy
Scout Jamboree, which is likely
to take place in 1956, will be held
in Trinidad,

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High Water
Mark To Be
Fixed

Own Correspondent!
RT AIN.
An Ordinance providing for a

fixed determination of high water
mark for purposes of claims in
connection with oil rights in
appropriate circumstances, passed
by the Trinidad Legislature earlier
this year, became effective last
month,

This Ordinance became neces-
sary because where oil wells are
drilled in close proximity to high
water mark, difficulty in connec-
tion with the payment of royalties
may arise if there is a change in
the position of high water mark,
since a lessor of private oil rights
cannot bind his successors in title
to an agreement which might de-
prive them of their common law
rights.

(From Our

It was felt by Government that
it would be most inconvenient and
costly to re-survey high water
mark everytime a royalty owner
claimed that there had been a
change in high watermark and,
therefore, in the amount of royal-
ty due to him.

Dontintican
Republic Willing
To Buy From T’dad

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN.
The Dominican Republic is will-
ing to import “the beautiful local
products” of Trinidad, Senor
Camian Silva, new Consul General
in Trinidad for the Republic. said.
Senor Silva, who arrived in
Trinidad last month succeeds the
late Alberto Borda, who died at
the Port of Spain Hospital early

in May after a long illness.

The new Consul General ex-
pressed the hope ‘that he would
be able to increase trade between
his country and Trinidad and
that the two countries would, by
frequent interchange of visits,
cement existing bonds of friend-
ship.

“Already,” said Senor Silva, “TI
have seen opportunities for ampli-
fying a beneficial interchange in
commerce between the two coun-
tries.

Bermuda Bases Bill
Clause Is Deleted

HAMILTON, Bermuda.

A clause in the proposed United
States Bases ‘Agreement Bil]
which would have given U.S.
authorities power outside the
,cased areas to convict people for
offences against security — one
whieh resulted in a unanimous
protest from the House of
Assembly — has been deleted in





Hamilton, Bermuda.
Assembly had sent a
to the Governor, Sii
ander Hood, saying that it



was prepared in special circum-
staces to concede to U.S. courts
powers contemplated in the Bil!
if applied to U.S, citizens and
aliens.

But the Assembly considered it
intolerable and contrary to the
spirit of the original agreement
to subject British citizens to the
jurisdiction of alien courts and
nlien law.—B.U.P,

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their home.

lations concerning the of
And if you see them occasionally at night, though never he ran a close ta
during the day, the colony consists of between 100 and 500 Senate oO a

rats.

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Wartime Security ;
Measures Ordered
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LONDON, %
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MONTREAL, have® been ordered for all Bri-

tain's: Roval naval d

Montreal and never see a rat, corditig to the British

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he compilation of a ie
record of about 50,0 a

{work in the dockyards of =
we can greatly reduce their mouthy Chatham, Portemouth

aumber through diligent application of our present re- “nd Sheerness.

sources.”

He said that, in accordance with
his. “thumb rule,” when rats
around farms or building are seen
regularly at night and occasional-
ly in daylight, the rat-population
in all probability totals to
1,000. If you see them every day,
a colony of 5,000 strong inhabits
the vicinity.

The Alberta government’s “pied
piper of St. Boniface” recently
had halted the main vanguard of
an invasion force of Saskatche-
wan rats, but his defences were
being infiltrated and outflanked.

N. L. Poulin, an imported pest
control authority from St. Boni-
face, Man., “rat proofed” 40 farms
close to the inter-provincial bor-
der. He planned to lay a poison
blanket across a 12-mile strip of
country straddling the main in-
vasion route west.

Alberta’s envied reputation as
the only rat-free Canadian prov-
ince bit the dust this spring as
hundreds of brown Norway rats
started to desert Saskatchewan.
Wags suggested the migration
was due to the rats getting “an
unfair deal” from the socialist
government, disastrous floods and
the foot- and-mouth disease.

Mystery Weapon

In a grim bid to stem the skeet-
ering and scrabpling h the
Alberta government hired its
special “pied piper,” who uses a
mysterious new weapon of war
that he guarantees will give
rodents the blues.

Tre blue poison was
spread in a grain-saving effort on
both sides of Sibbald, Alta., the
main bastion against the invad-
ers.

W. A. Lobay, eupenyins, of crop
protection, said if the invasion
was not halted “millions of
dollars” of grain would be des-
troyed by the rats in years to
come,

He said the ison, which is
effective from six months to two
years, was believed to be elimin-
ating the pests.

‘But from Red Deer, 160 miles
northwest of Sibbald, came a

report that Alberta’s defences hadi

been turned.

District pest control officer Vic
Bjorkeland announced discovery

of the first Norway rat ever spot- |) ===

ted in central Alberta.
It was a dead rat.

was found, there were sure to be ‘)
a seore of healthy and hungry |{

ones lurking in the vicinity.

With the rats chewing holes in
Alberta’s hopes and defences,
Lobay brought out his battle maps
to consider setting up a second
line of defence.

Between the two lines he prom-
ised to wage a bitter “no-bites-or-
bait-barred” war, and repulse the
rat invasion,

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But Bjorke- | |
land said that where one dead rat}};

Work on photography began
at Portsmouth to-day
14,000 men in the yard were cali-
ed in 2 for individual

otographs y camera crews.

e@ reeord has been completed
already at

The Admiralty said “this is a
reversion to wartime security
measures,—U.P,

Bisiiessiann
Heads Press
Association

‘From Our Own Correspondent

GEORGETOWN, June 28.
At the Annual General Meeting



STUDENTS’ PRESIDENT

(From Oue Own Correspondent)
GHORGHTOWN, June 28.

f tl Philip Alls ritis janese
ciation tradition was broken when eiinerite agp. Brie wolnne a

Mr. Cyril P. Wight, Manager and sjecte, § » j .

, z *d Students’ President of the
Secretary of the Argosy Coy. Ltd.. City and Guilds Engineering Coi-
was unanimously elected President jege, Imperial College of Tropical
for 1952—53. Clarence Kirton, Engineering, London University.

Assistant Editor of the “Daily Qne of
: . the privileges which he
Argosy” was re-elected Vice Pres- wil] now enjoy is driving in the

ident, Lloyd Rohlehr (Chronicle) University's 1900 mode] car in the
re-elected Secretary, Connie Theo- Lord Mayor's casei in
bald (Chronicle) re-elected Treas- November
urer, Henry Jospiah (Argosy) '
elected Assistant Secretary-Treas-
urer and Librarian, Charlie Wright



(Argosy Photo-Engraving), Roy MA
Harewood (Chronicle Sports Edi- RE NDED
tor), Perey Armstrong (Editor Haynesiield Edwards of the Sch.

Monthly), and United Pilgrim was yesterday re-
N. Johnson (Editor ‘Guiana manded until the 14th instant by
Review’ Monthly), elected Mem- His Worship Mr. E, A. McLeod on
hers of the Governing Committee. a charge of stealing a tarpaulin

woith $125.00 -
The Association’s Annual Din- ning ee aa Messrs Man

ner will be held this year at the When the matter comes up f

x s up for
Hote) Tower on Saturday, July hearing again Edwards wil!
2, when His Excellency the Gov- appear before City Police Magis-
ernor, Sir Charles Woolley, trate Mr. H. A, Talma. The
&.C.M.G., who will be retiring offence is alleged to have been

“Guiana Times’
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Printed by the Advocate Co., Ltd., Broad 8t., Bridgetown

Tuesday, July 819520

TIMELY WARNING

A VALUED columnist in the Advocate of
Sunday took time off to issue the warning
that Foot and Mouth disease.had wiped
out flocks of sheep and cattle in Canada
and had caused considerable damage in
England. The warning: is timely and Bar-
bados cannot.Jose a moment in doing every-
thing to avoid the introduction into this
island.



English newspapers reaching us within
the last week show that in one instance a
prize flock of sheep a ram from which had
been sold to New Zealand for 500 guineas
the week before had been completely
wiped out by the introduction of the disease
on the wheels of the cart. The Government
wisely limited movement of animals in this
area within a radius of 15 miles,

It might-be regarded by some people as
a storm in a teapot to mention the possibil-
ity of foot and mouth disease coming to
Barbados; but those who remembet the
outbreak of malaria in 1927 when we were
caught unawares know only too well that
if precautions had been taken when the
note of warning had- been sounded that
many lives would have been saved. As it
was there were only two men in the island
at the time who knew what the anophelene
mosquito looked like and what should be
done to control it. Dr, J. T. C. Johnson and
Dr. Nedd Massiah worked. heroically to
save Barbados. .

The columnist who contributed the
warning is an experienced agricultural
scientist with many years of experience to
his credit and who has seen what the rav-
ages of foot and mouth disease can do with
the economy of a country with far greater
resources and so more able to withstand it.

The warning is timely. The season for
migratory birds begins next week, July
15th, and it is on record that foot and mouth
disease has been carried into a country on
the feet of these birds. Writing of the pres-
ent ravages in England he says: “The pres-
ent outbreak is thought to have been car-
ried by migratory birds from the continen-
tal seaboard where the disease is in pro-
gress. They bring the infection on their
feet and feathers”,

When it is remembered that the increase
in the number of Canadians coming to this
island, and that the disease can be carried
on the wheels of vehicles and the feathers
of birds there is every reason for us to
exercise every precaution, As our column-
ist Agricola writes: “We in the West Indies,
presently engaged in the building up of
improved herds, cannot afford to see these
efforts vitiated or even compromised in the
smallest degree. by any infectious disease
whatever the nature; and anything like
foot-aiid-mouth would. cause a_ setback
from which we might never recover,”

Tt will be generally admitted that our
Department of Science and Agriculture is
understaffed and so it is the duty not only
of stock owners and plantation owners to
be on the alert;-but every member of the
community should give some co-operation
in this matter and report the first sign of
anything unusual in the health or appear-
ance of any animal. There are a few veter-
inary officers in this island but it must be
said of the few that there is always a readi-
ness on their part to come to the assistance
of the public, and there is no reason now to
feel that in this respect we will not have
been well provided for, It is for the public
to make the fullest use of their services
and to be on the alert, especially during
the next three months when the plover and
the curlew take a rest in the swamps of
Barbados during their long flights to Pata-
gonia,

“is it? I don’t think so,

£1.000 a

why. that means fish |
and chips for an MM.P.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

'BACK TO WORK THEY GO... WITH A PAY GRIEVANCE A Warning To Britain Sent Pore Gepis of Local Photograph :
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IS YOUR M.P. well paid on By EMANUEL SHINWELL and families. Free postage is the

£1,000 . year? I suppose many
people think so. Some may say
the salary is far too much. But
“What
between keeping a home in my
constituency,” said one M.P. the
other night, “paying hotel ex-
penses in London, postage and
the rest, I can hardly afford to
pay for a decent meal; that’s
why I’m having fish and chips.”

This succulent dish can now
be had, in the select dining room
of the House of Commons, at
the modest price of one shilling
and tenpence, without trim-
mings. Just plain fish and
chips, which before the war,
‘wrapped up in paper, cost about
fourpence. It isn’t every M.P.
who cares te indulge in this pro-
letarian repast.

Many of the members are for-
tunate in having independent
means, others receive fees as
company directors, a large num~
ber practise at the Bar, and
quite a few are professional
journalists.

Even some of the trade union
members” are not too badly off;
they enjoy retainers from their
organisations, Most of them can
afford to pay the prices com-
parable with those charged in
good-class restaurants.

I reckon that about 200 M.P,s
have to make-do on their par-
liamentary salaries, without any
supplementary help. This is
rough on the provincial member
who lives in his constituency, or
outside London. The greater
part of his salary is absorbed by
hotel costs, meals at thé House,
postage, telegrams, trunk calls,
subscriptions and donations, to-
gether with something for secre-
tarial help.

Every M.P. delights in popu-
larity, but the more popular they
are the more visitors they
attract, and this means hospital-
ity. Some constituents appear
to think that the cost of enter-
tainment is “on the House.” One
lady told me the other morning,
when I took a party round, that
she always thought that “tea on
the terrace” was provided free,
gratis, and for nothing.

MORE PAY, EXPENSES
TOO

IT is now six years since
M.P.s had a salary increase.





This was after a select commit-
tee of the House of Commons
had recommended that the sal-
ary should be increased from
£600 to £1,000 a year.

EMANUEL SHINWELL

Why should a member of the
Mother of Parliaments be treat-
ed less generously than his col-
leagues throughout the Com-
monwealth?

In South Africa members of
the Lower House are paid a sal-
ury of £1,500 a year. In the
Australian Parliament they get
£1,500, plus an expense allow-
ance which varies from £400 to
£900, according to the type of
constituency.

New Zealand, with a popula-
tion of fewer than 2,000,000,
pays M.P.s less than Britain —
£900 a year—but there is an
expense allowance ranging from
£250 to £550.

Canadian M.P.s get what is

called a “sessional indemnity”
of 4,000 dollars (£1,300) to-
gether with an annual expense
allowance of 2,000 dollars.
( £650).

Most of the Commonwealth

countries provide free passes on
their railways, not only for
M.P.s but also for their wives

They still speak
im Chaos City

THIS week, when British
‘workers have been paid a tax
bonus under the Budget con-
cession, was a week of no-pay
in Abadan—-Once a rich oil town,
now a collection of idle men and
near-idle machines,

it has been going on like that
for weeks—not only in Abadan
but throughout Persia.

Mossadeg’s Government, fight-
ing Britain’s oil case so boldly at
jthe’ Hagué International Court,
is losing the money race which
started when the oil grabbers
moved in and Britons were
moved out,

The State owes its provincial
teachers seven months’ salary.
Compared with what - Persia
owes, that is insignificant in
everything but its significance
as a pointer to bankruptcy.

GOVERNMENT DEBT

TREASURY cheques drawn on
the National Bank of Persia are
bouncing back. Already the
Government owes the Bank
£ 40,000,000, and the governor is
resisting a Cabinet order to send
a further million.

The capital of the bank is only

£3,000,000. The money lent to
the Government belongs . to
private depositors. So if there

is a run on the bank, the bubble
blown by the aged Mossadeg
will well and truly burst,

Financial experts both in
Teheran and outside Persia be-
lieve it will be only a matter of
months before this’ happens—-
unless Mossadeg can get more
US, aid.

American money has already
been used to find work for 20,000
men made idle by the chaos that

followed the oil grab.



Our Readers Say:

George Hunte And Bim

To the Editor, The Advocatem«

SIR,—Y o u r_ correspondent
George Hunte’s ‘review’ of BIM
which appeared in your issue of
last Sunday seems to me to be so
biased and shot through with
irreleyancies that I cannot for-

dabbler in)

ting subject,



psychology
psycho-analysis, I find this state-
ment most interesting, just as I
find Mr, Hunte himself
I read the news-
papers of the several W.I. colo-
nies fairly regularly and I know
of no other journalist practising

nowadays to



and during the war he ran an enor-
mous canteen for the Forces in
England, Reviewing a Speech Day
a fascina- at Queen’s College he opines that
undue importance is
the possession of
Certificates, and as proof he men-
tions casually that he possesses

Abadan now is providing the
sort of picture that may be re-
produced elsewhere in Persia,
whatever the Hague Court rul-
ing. is

In what was once the world’s
largest refinery only a trickle of
oil is being produced. Almosi
the only bustle, the only hum of
activity, comes from the “Five
per centers,” the pilferers who
loot what they can and are glad
to get five per cent, of what
would have been the negotiable
value of the loot.

They are broad-minded, the
Five per centers. They will
handle anything from’ tyres to
tents, from carburetters to cool-
ers. :

Their lorries, slipping past
security guards by night, travel
down streets on which the Eng-
lish mame boards have been
blotted out by black paint.

The green lawns cherished by
ithe English families of Abadan
‘are now neglected, uncut, and
brown. The English-style hedges
are overgrown. ’
And the English-style plumb-
ing imstalled in the 20,000
workers’ homes built by Anglo-
Iranian is failing through in-
elicient maintenance.

FORBIDDEN CITY

WITH it all, Abadan looks like
becoming a new forbidden city
of the East—-at least to Britons,
whose money and brains built
this great oil centre.

Only one European is reported
still in Abadan — a Swedish fire
expert named Malte Heister.
The Persians appointed him to
command the Abadan fire
services. (This way, if a fire

expertences;

the great
attached

Martinique for a not much longer
period, and again he unselfishly
invites the readers of the Advo-
cate to share with him his ex-

rule, and in some cases secre-
tarial assistance is available free
of charge.

FREE MAIL

THE U.S.A. excels in gener-
osity to its legislators. Accord-
ing to the Act of 1946, which
governs salaries in the House of
Representatives, they receive
“compensation” at the rate of
12,000 dollars ( £4,285) in addi-
tion to a tay-free allowance of
2,500 dollars (£890).

This isn’t all. They get free
mail for all official correspon-
dence, travelling allowance on
a liberal scale, and up to 9,500
dollars (£3,390) for “clerk
hire,” the equivalent of a full-
time 4

Some people complain: “Why
should M.P.s fix their own sal-
aries?” But company. directors
do so.

Salaries for the professional
classes are usvally determined
after negotiation or arbitration.
Take the case of the doctors
who, after a recent adjudication,

are expecting to share
£40,000,000 in all.
If electors don’t relish the

idea of M.P.s fixing their own
pay, why not refer the matter
to arbitration? That, I should
not be at all surprised, mig’it
lead to a substantial increase in
parliamentary salaries, perhaps
much more than the public
would like. So the matter had
better be left to the Government
to decide.

A WHISPER

THE needs of the majority of
M.P.s would probably be met by
a straight increase of something
between £300 and £500 a year.

But mind my words; the agi-
tation is blowing up, and _ isn’t
confined to ‘one party.
than one Tory M.P. has whis-
pered in my ear how difficult

it is to meet both his commit-|ing out the little matter of the Virginian bis-

ments and his
responsibilities.

parliamentary

Your M.P. is no more entitled
to live in luxury at the public
expense than any other citizen,
But after you have given him

your vote and placed your poli-| points out, the man in the street “must be

tical destinies in his hands, don’t
hecause he wants to pay his way.
jook upon him as a bloodsucker

ES.



English

breaks out in this highly in-
flammable plant they have a for-
eign scapegoat on whom they
can pul the blame.)

But here is surprise No, 1:
The Persians are running Abadan
in English. * Despite all their
Britain-hating and Britain-bait-
ing Dr. Mossadeg’s men who
have taken over the administra-
tion of the oil wells and re-
fineries are communicating in
English on all matters of techni-
cal routine.

And surprise No. 2. In the
Abadan Guest House the menu
is, as before, in English. What
is more, the cooks are serving
their new bosses the same dishes
they served to the old.

AGITATORS

AMONG the jobless oil work-
ers, who grumble in another
language, demoralisation is mak-
ing rapid progress.

Communist agitators from the
Tudeh Party are exploiting them
with skill. The administrative

offices are battlefields of in-
trigue.
Meetings of executives are

held up because officials are not
on speaking terms with each
other. Everyone who can rushes
to Teheran to get protection and
patronage from the politicians
who are now interfering more
and more with the personnel
problems at Abadan.

General Riahai, the tall
soldier-geologist, who is in
charge of the nery, has been
putting up a s' resistance to
political pressures.

But one after another he has
lost his most reliable assistants
and it is feared that he himself
will soon be replaced.—L.E.S.



he goes to Canada these days of dissimulation and

on a ten-day trip, and on his re- diplomacy that I thoroughly enjoy
turn he writes ex cathedra about
Dominion;

reading him, Do
other journalist
chastely write: —

he visits

(shades of

More] Carolina, delivered an unkind cut (and he a







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magazine it has got to aim higher
Malvolio)



TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1952



American Column

takes cheese as a pointer to the
dangers which may face British
exports.
It is cabled by
R. M. MacCOLL










“These I must remember — !”

° Coffee Mills « 3 Sizes
WASHINGTON.

TOUGH battling in the United States Sen-
ate over the question of imported cheese.

It is blue cheese, and it roused the fighting
instincts of Senator Karl Mundt, of South
Dakota (which has a thriving cheese indus-
try), and Senator Willis Robertson, of Vir-
ginia (where a huge cheese biscuit factory
depends almost entirely on imported cheese).

The argument is typical of the rows that
tariffs produce and shows what may happen
at any moment to imports to America, be
they bikes from Coventry, or Lancashire tex-
tiles.

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Egg Slicers

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MUNDT was dead set on keeping the pres-
ent ban on imported cheese, as part of the
Defence. Production Act, and tabled an
amendment to extend it.

He said: “This filth embedded in foreign
cheese would be shipped into the United
States in .competition with the splendid
cheeses produced domestically.”

Retorted Robertson: “Imported cheese is
seme of the best I’ve ever eaten and I never
felt ill afterwards. So apparently it’s all
right.”

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Mundt was not to be thus silenced. “The
Senator from Virginia,” he said smoothly, “is
a great, unusually robust, Herculean sort of
person, and he could withstand an almost un-
limited amount of stress and strain.”

THEN Senator Burnet Maybank, of South
fellow Southerner of Robertson, too!) point-

cuit factory, which relies so heavily on the
imported stuff for its processes.

In the end the Mundt amendment was nar-
rowly defeated--but, as the Washington Post

chagrined indeed by these disclosures, which
show why vociferous arguments are some-
times made for and against States’ rights and
State’s proctectionism.,”

MOUNTING chaos on American domestic
airlines. Reasons— a tremendous jump in
business as the holiday season swings into top

gear, and a big turnover of clerical and ticket-
counter staff.



Travellers who make telephone bookings
ahead of time turn up at the airfields, to find
too often nobody knows anything about it
and, sorry, the plane is full up.

LET US now consider the case of the Brat-
burds, as no less a dignitary than Fred Vin-
son, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, has
just done.

The Bratburds and their troubles came al]
the way up te the Chief Justice from a hum-
ble Maryland police court, where they orig-
inally appeared on gambling charges.

The factor that lifts the matter out of the
humdrum is that, to obtain evidence, the
Maryland police used a “wire tap” on the
private phone of Eddie and Ruth Bratburd,
of Silver Spring.

Did this or did it not violate the constitu-
tional rights of the Bratburds? Judge Vinson
grants a stay of execution of their sentence-——
six months in jail, plus fines of £170 apiece—
until next autumn, while he considers the
question.

IN the State Prison at Joliet, Illinois, offi-
cials at first tried to ignore 25-year-old con-
vict Michael Parille when he climbed into
the rafters above the dining hall and refused
to emerge.

Pariile is ‘unhappy” about an umpire’s de-
cision in a baseball game against another
prison team. But it is now difficult to ignore
him altogether, because he has started “bomb-
ing” the diners below with well-aimed elec-
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dian literature, and on the part
which BIM is playing in it. A
correspondent in the Times Liter-
ary Supplement of May, 23rd., in
an article entitled WEST INDIAN
WRITERS, says inter alia “There
is a number of small magazines

you know any
who would so
“If BIM is go-~

For
Desserts



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than (in the W.I.) of which the most CALVES SWEET BREAD

bear ‘commenting upon it, To ‘ land ay ee eee who no fewer than four Higher Cer- pertences. After all of this, I am approval in London. It has got distinguished is the Barbadian CALVES KIDNEYS These
pick out one or two aspects of a tofene in hi tags H 7 very tificates, (enumerating the dis- forced into the dismal realization to make me want to spend two BIM”, and in Vol. 2 No. 2. of DRESSED RABBITS be

poem or prose work that you find ea vd the wah eve out ttinetions) I could go on like thts that, as a reader of the Advocate, shillings.”"? And this is neither CARIBBEAN QUARTERLY, (the CHICKENS hk
personally disagreeable, or to tell putes re in + almost indefinitely, so rich is the I am a blood relative of Mr. conceit nor bombast, but an ex- journal of the University Col- DUCKS are
your readers that the producer Here are just a few examples. store of huntiana with which Mr, Hunte, for by his own argument, pression of opinion lege of the West Indies) we read SAUSAGES i t >
of Caribbean Voices is well known Immediately following the same Hunte has regaled his readers. how else could his impressions of The truth, of course is, that that “BIM is the most important HADDOCK | D li htf |
to you, or to drag in incidents ‘teview’ of Bim, Mr, Hunte writes We know, for instance, that he England, the other «European ine future of West Indian litera- literary journal of the Eastern KIPPERS : * elightiu
imaginary or real that took place a short paragraph of 78 words to has~a four-year-old son born in countries, Asia, North America, tire is in no way dependent upon Caribbean . . . . the work of the FRESH VEGETABLES .
while you were ardently samp- inform his readers that Pan has @ Leap Year, and we have been Afriea (for I remember his con- wry. Hunte’s approbation. And Mr. Editors has been a very great PORK LARD a &| JELLIES
ling West Indian life on a bus, republished A. G. McDonell’s Privileged to read something fiding that he sat in an expensive trunte knows this, Can it be that, Service to the literature of the 9| QOGUSTARD POWDERS
appears to me to be strange England their England. Those 73 about little Hunte’s linguistic hotel in Cairo) the West Indies, ja-king the creative gift him- Caribbean area.” SPECIALS ri 4 on. 8 oz , 16 oz
method of literary criticism, words included the following 30: achievements; we know that Papa ®"d even the country areas of sei¢ his ego revolts at any sign Against these opinions we may +t! GUAVAS

After complajning that BIM “is “! Tead it for the first time ten» Hunte and his brother used to Barbados be of interest? And or it in other West Indians, and Place Mr. Hunte’s: “BIM con- CARR’S CREAM f GRAPES

“fer complaining, tha’ BIM “5. vears later when stationed some Play as boys in the grounds of After all of this too, Mr. Hunte therefore renders him incapable SPicuously fails to sound an au- CRACKERS $1.20 per ting |
Reet aroun a one, for intro- three thousand feet in the hills the now St. Cecilia barracks and Writes: “What depresses me most “oven in spite of himself—af thentic West Indian note.” What CARR’S SWEET BISCUITS. . | APRICOTS
spective hes Mr. Hunte ted looking down on Beirut. Since that one day the twain excavated about BIM is the failure of almost ...king an objective assessment is an authentic West Indian nole % Ib Pk. .36 ®| PRUNES
edge erat hongr soaigy™ most then I have twice re-read it. In some historfe thing-a-bobsy; we ¢very writer to keep himself or of the significant literary move- When applied to literature? Is D| PEACHES
on sont 0a 5 euler #0 eae bites ‘reviewing’ a travel book a few know that while in England Mr. herself out of the publication.” ant which is taking place in the Mr. Hunte looking for another eens smn | APPLES
caer ok herself out of the eaitton~ years ago Mr. Hunte told his Hunte has sat at the same table This accusation of Mr. Hunte I West Indies to-day? “I find Carib. steel band, or perhaps another JUST ARRIVED: ‘APPLE SAUCE
tion, Unleds Gloria Escoffery readers about the hundreds of with several big shots (called in found not so much surprising as bean Voices so dull.” writes he in Calypso? Shall we seize the ASPARAGUS TIPS e nanie PE
happened to be a blood relative of Miles which he had himself trav- the U.K, V.I.P’s.) including H. G. confirmatory; the operative word the course of the review of BIM, elusive Spirit of Poety, ‘born ‘ASPARAGUS CUTTINGS.|| LEMON
the reader how could her im- ¢lled, and confided that he had Weils and Luise Rainer; another 1 it is depresses, It is a well- “that I have got up from dinner beneath a dancing star’ and en- ASPARAGUS SPEAES ©| FILLING
qeseuiéas of England and a few !ain naked in winter in some high- big shot in the Colonial Office, recognised sub-conscious traiton more than one occasion to shackle her between the Tropic} ( z
other European countries be of land stream’or other. The Head- a noble lord this time, during that we tend to be irritated or tur» it off. I also turned off Derek bars of Cancer and Capricorn?
interest?” I recall his making a master of Harrison College, during the course of a little chat with ‘lepressed when we see oGr own Waleott’s verse play Harry Der- West Indian literature has noth- PHONE G ODED A RDS
similar criticism of F. A. Colly- the course of a Speech Day report, Mr. Hunte,-+gaehed -for his tele- faults (faults that’ we would con= nier for a simijar reason, It bored 1g to fear SO long as it can con- 4 - Z
more’s impressi of England mentions the dire need of a school phone and put. through a trans- Sciousiy repudiate) mirrored in me’ deg to earn the disapproval of ae
published in some four canteen, and Mr. Hunte enthusias- atlantic to Little England; Mr. others, Two responsible journals have Mr. Hunte. FOR PROMPT GROCERY SERVICE. i
years ago tically supports the motion in Hunte has written for the Advo- Mr. Hunte’s egotism is so un- recently expressed views on the Yours faithfully, { i
r As a student of (or perhaps a order to tell his reader thatcate a personal diary of his War blushing, naive, so honest in present development of West In- G,. O, B, a SS

MIGIMicieivins eta ts “Ean

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TUESDAY, JULY 8,

1952



Eight Plead Guilty Before Chief Justice

Manslaughter Cases
Adjourned Until

November Assizes

Joiner. Guilty Of
Obtaising $2 By ~
False Pretences

Sentence was yesterday post-
poned at the Court of Grand Ses-
sions, on Mervin Jones, a joiner

BESIDES hearing two cases at the July sitting of the of Bay Street after he was found

Court of Grand Sessions which started yesterday, the Chie
Justice Sir Allan Collymore heard pleas, eight of which

were guilty.

Of the seven who pleaded guilty (one pleaded guilty
to two offences), two were sentenced, sentences on four
were postponed and the Assistant to the Attorney General

has not yet decided wheth

guilty of receiving stolen property on the third count from 4

f guilty of obtaining $2 by false

pretences. The case was heard
before the Chief Justice Sir Allan
Collymore,

Jones had also been charged
with larceny as a bailee, but the
jury did not fing him guilty on
that count.

er he will accept the plea of Mr. F. E, Field, Assistant to the

ttarney General, prosecuted for

Gouldbourn Best who pleaded not guilty to two other counts the Crown. Jones was not repre-

against him. The two othe

and larceny and larceny.

Thirty-eight cases were sent
down for hearing at this Sitting
of the Court, but three of man-
slaughter brought against Fitz-
Harold Haddock, a plumber of
Westbury Road, were adjourried
until the November Assizes,

Haddock is charged with the
unlawful killing of three children,
Roy, Carl and Rita Rogers of
Prospect Koad, St. James, while
driving a motor car on May 18.

He is represented by Mr. E, K.
Walcott, Q.C.

Escaped Prisoner

One of the two sentenced yes-
terday was George Gooding for
escaping from prison on January
8. He was sentenced to 12
months’ imprisonment to run con-
secutively with the term of four
years he is at present serving.

He told the Court that he had
escaped after he had represented
to the Superintendent of the
prison certain grievances he felt,
but had been paid no attention.
He had run away in the hope of
getting a hearing by some other
authority.

His grievances were against the
Police, he added.

Before sentencing him to the
12 months’ imprisonment, the
Chief Justice remarked that his
excuse was a very ridiculous one.

The other prisoner sentenced
was Everton Bulien. He pleaded
guilty to the larceny of seven
watches and five watch straps,
valued $217.50, and was also
sentenced to 12 months’ imprison-
ment.

He had two previous convictions
for stealing and had also com-
mitted three offences under the
Juvenile Act.

Twenty-year-old Burton Cum-
mins pleaded guilty to house
breaking and larceny on June 1
from Carlisle Reid at St, Peter
and to receiving stolen property
between May 21 and June 2,
knowing it to have been stolen.

Sentence Postponed

Mr. J. S. B. Dear -whe,appeared.
on his behalf, begged the leniency
of the Court and sentence has
been postponed, pending investiga-
tions being made by the Pro-
bation Officer.

After hearing Mr. Dear’s re-
quest for leniency, the Chief
Justice said that there were many
charges of house breaking and
larceny and he would make no
promises at that stage. However,
Cummins was a young man and
he would have _ investigations
made,

Sentence was also postponed
on Clarence Clairmonte Belle who
pleaded guilty of causing bodily
harm to Gloria Cadogan and
Ottaline Sobers on December 3,
last year by wanton or furious
driving in St. Peter.

Sentence on eighteen-year-old
Levi Gittens who pleaded guilty
to bestiality on May 13 at St.
Joseph, was also postponed.

His counsel Mr. J, S. B. Dear
told the Chief Justice that while
he might view the unnatural
offence with some revulsion, he
‘was submitting that the case was
not the type which, in the light
of modern development, would be
fit to be sent to prison,

Mentally Deficient

Dr. Tappin had examined Git-
tens after he was arrested and
would be able to help the Court
by giving evidence as to his
mental condition. He, Mr. Dear,
had been instructed by his parents
that he was not of the strongest
intellect, and he was making an



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sented.

The case against him was that
on December 20 last year, he
oe two chairs from Claris

. ; ittens Sands, a nurse of Upper Coelly-
ae Sa ete G more Rock, to repair and two dol-

Clyde iindin dae the other aes eae the cost of repairing

. ; them. @ was to have returned
eee Nee pended 208 Se the chairs on December 28.
He pleaded guilty of breaking and - e = oh ~——o aa on
tering the dwelling house of ecembery 28, but early in Febru-
entering 5 d stealing a ®?Y,Sh* met him and learnt that
Amanda Springer and stealing he had been sick in the Hospital

pair of shoes. He told her then that he was

* eos - et rere more
ollars to finish thems He assured
Watchman Guilty her too, that he was doing thém
Of F; lulent nicely. She gave him the $2.
”
Conversion even told him to give them to
her if they were not repaired, ond
“The Law is very strong against he could keep the money, but ‘hn:
either a defendant or the defend- never returned them.
ant’s counsel making suggestions Her son Desmond, corroborated
against the character of a witness her evidence in respect tq, Jones
which they cannot prove’, the taking away the chairs and never
Chief Justice, Sir Allan Collymore returning with them. He also
observed in the Court of Grand witnessed the paying of the first
Sessions yesterday before post- two dollars.
poning sentence on Martin Car-
michael, a watchman, who had
been found guilty of fraudulent not siplensthe cnnire,
conversion of $25. During his address to the jury,
He had also been charged OM +). Chief Justice said that if Ug ?y
another count, larceny, but was jeljeved that Jones had the chairs
found not guilty. intending to repair them, but on
The money was the property of the 28th made up his mind to
Matilda Grimes, a domestic ser- dispose of them against Sands’
vant of Workman’s Village, St. rights or ownership, they could
George, who said she had given find him guilty on the charge of
him it towards the purchasing of larceny. :
a machine on April 7. The ree He pointed out that Sands haa
mark came from the Chief Jus- seen Jones several timés since a
tice following the suggestion from had left the Hospital and his say-
Carmichael that he and Grimes’ ing that he was sick was no
daughter, one of the witnesses, excuse for not returning the chairs.
had been friendly.
Miss M. E. Bourne, Assistant

r counts were house breaking

even stronger appeal to His Lord-
ship in that case.



Several times after this
asked him for the chairs, She

she

Jones told the jury that he had
been sick and said that he Lad

————_—$

Legal Draughtsman, prosecuted She told him that what she was
for the Crown. concerned with was the money
Carmichael was not represented. He said he woud get it, but though
Grimes told the Court that she she had seen him on other occa~
knew Carmichael about three sions concerning it, he had never
months before he received the given her either the money or the
money from her. He had gone machine.
where she was working and to'd jyoy daughter corroborated her
her that her daughter had told pyigence.
him to let her know of any sec- yar, McKenzie said he knew
ond hand machine for sale if he @grmichael since 1914 when Car-
CAINS -ACKOSS One. michael went to the war, but had
: Saw Machine never had any business transac-
He had passed around by Mr. tions with him.
Archer McKenzie, an auctioneer In his address to the jury, Car-
who had been his old Sgt. Major michael made no mention of hav-
and had gee a Sena ing had dealings with Mr. Mc-
hand Se aes SrA it 8 9 Kenzie, but said that as was stated
‘4 eigrd elas aa or") in the receipt, the money was
“She told him she did not have yor og oe buy 5 aes
that much money, but had $25. sale at : Saye raetianion ale
He told her that as he knew Mr. mention of any p Lar tee
McKenzie well he would be able He said ay ae a oe
i . ay money with inten .
itianie i ustemeee would not have given a receipt,
On April 7 she gave him the but Grimes had not been willing
money in the presence of her *© walt.
daughter and he gave her a
receipt. At the time she sug- :
gested that her daughter might go During his summing up of the
to Mr. McKenzie’s and see the case to the jury, the Chief Justice
machine, but he told her that it said that the evidence had shown
hed ben put aside and she could that the case was not one of lar-
not see it. ceny as Grimes had admitted
On the evening of the 9th after giving him the money voluntarily,
the sale, he told her that there but they had to pay more atten-
had been a sale, but the machine ¢ion to the second count.
had not been included in the He said that if they asked them-
items sold and it would be sold gelwes how Grimes would have
on the 15th. known that Mr. McKenzie had
been Carmichael’s Sgt. Major, it
Return ot Money might help them in discovering
“T told hirn that von a Pn where the truth was.
not got the machine he should not me ys
go Sheed with the purchase on _ After ae nae meee
the 15th end asked him to retrura found guilty on the secon ge
y money”, she said. “He said the Chief Justice said that if h«

he had not got it on him then and had not made the suggestions

ing egainst the character of one cf the
eer sate cintine diated witnesses, he would have takea

i i » a more lenient view of the case.
She did not see him until oe He would still , however, take

ai h . : : +
tought the miata ‘or $51 and into consideration his age, his ser-

i i i and his clean
it for his daughters vice in the war and his
wo tihaeal? as he was a tailor record for the past 20 years.

Summing Up

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Soft Winter Efforts Made to Develop

Wheat Flour
Expected Here

EIGHT THOUSAND bags of Soft
Winter Wheat flour are due to
arrive here between early August
and late September. It will
arrive in 2,000-bag shipments.

Samples of this flour will be
taken by the West India Bisyfit
Company in the presence of the
sellers for analysis purposes. The
samples will be air-expressed to
the Independent Biscuit Moanu-
facturers’ Association in the United
States, and in the event of any
shipment not complying with the
required analysis, the local Com-
pany reserve the right to cancel
the unshipped balance of the
contract.

The Controller of Supplies will
also issue licences in respect of
45,000 bags of E Grade flour +o
nrrive between early August and
October,

Both qualities will be imported
under the International Wheat
Agreement, and a ceiling price is
to be fixed in each case.

__

Lynch Will Pay
For Wounding

Their Honours the Judges of the
Assistant Court of Appeal yester-
day confirmed the decision of
His Worship Mr. J. R. Edwards
who imposed a fine of £1.10 and
2/- cost on Nebert Lynch of
Prout’s Village, St. Thomas, for
wounding Cynthia Jackman of the
same locality.

Jackman said that Lynch inflict-
ed the wound when he attacked her
with a stick shortly after she had
ran from her house to the scene
of a fight between her reputed
husband and another man.

Dr. Zigmund Skomorock, House
Surgeon at the General Hospital
after describing the nature of the
weund, said it was possible for it
to have been caused by a blow
with a stick.

Lynch’s story was that he did
not strike Jackman, but that she
received the wound when she and
the man who fought with her
husband were throwing stones at
each other.

Lowe Remarnded On
Bodily Harni Charge

His Worship Mr. H. A. Taima,
City Police Magistrate, yesterday
remanded Amas Lowe of Green
Hill, St. Michael, until the 14tn
on a charge of inflicting grievous
bodily harm on Clyde Phillips.

Oscar Lowe was also remanded
by His Worship Mr, C. W. Rud-
der ‘until the 25th instant. Lowe
is charged with the larceny of
£6.17.6-as a bailee, The money
belonged to George Lewis,



Indecent Language

Costs 20/-
His Worship Mr, E. A. McLeod,





Police WV strate of District ‘A’,
yesterday fined f\tzgerald Agard
of Nelson Strect, 20/- to be paid
in 14 days or one month’s im-
prisonment with hard labour for
using indecent language on Nel- ,
son Street.

The offence was committed on
July 2 about 3.25 p.m. The case
was brought by Police Constable
38 Marshall of the Bridge Post.

WORST WEATHER

From page 1.

33 parts were recorded, St, Joseph
With an inch and 20 ports and St.
Philip with an inch and two parts.
At St. Lucy an inch and five
parts fell during the day while
only 28 parts were recorded
during the night,

The rainfall returns for the
period from 6.00 a.m. on Sunday
to 6.00 a.m. yesterday were as fol-
lows: City, 75 parts, Station Hill
District, 40 parts, St. George, 91
parts, St. Philip, one inch and two
parts, St. Thomas, 42 parts, St.
Joseph an inch and 20 parts, St.
James 53 parts, St. Lucy, an inch
and 33 parts, St. Andrew, 97 parts
and St, John, 79 parts.

Again during the day yesterday,
heavy clouds overhung the island,



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Cocoa In

’ GRENADA is iust holdi

nomically and they are trying to develop their staple crop,
cocoa by rehabilitation as fast as possible said the Hon’ble
W. &. Julien, Managing Director of W. E. Julien and Co..
Ltd., merchants of St. George's, shortly after his arrival at
Seawell Airport yesterday morning by B.W.LA, |

$1,300 Stolen
Over Week-enrd





HAULS of articles and cash
by ihieves ver the weekend
amounted to ever $1.300. O° this
amount $1.210 was cash.

The largest haul was made
from “Vitisk”, Top Rock, Christ
Chur the home of C. A. Capa
pin He reported to the Police
that S500 were stolen from a
trousers pocket in his bedroom
While about $100 were stolen
from hi vife’s bedroom, The
thefts occurred between mid-
night and 7.00 a.m.'on Saturday.

nuglas Blades of Clevers Hill,

St. Joseph reported that $310

were stolen from a valise in the

bedroom of his home between

7.30 a.m, on Thursday and 4.00
am. On Friday.

A quantity of motor car and

lorry parts were stolen from a
storeroom attached to the resi-
dence of Reuben Norris at St.

Stephen's Hill, St. Michael while
Richard Harris of Garden Land,

St. Michael, reported that hig
house was brokc#: and entered
between 11.00 p.m. on Wednes-

day and 3.00 a.m, on Saturday
and a quantity of clothing to the
value of $60 stolen,

Harold Dear of Dayrells Road,
Christ Church, reported that his
bicycle valued $45 was stolen
from the cycle rack at St, Mat-
thias Church between 7.00 p.m.
and 8.00 p.m. on Saturday.



Federal Voyager
Brings Large Cargo

THE Steamship Federal Voy-
ager, 4,417 tons, arrived in Car-
lisle Bay on Saturday afternoon
from London, This Steamship is
consigned to Plantations Ltd., and
yesterday lighters were taking
some ot her cargo. She brought
in 207 cartons of full cream con-
densed milk, 550 cases of sweeten-
ed condensed milk, one case of
ladies handbags, 150 bags of green
peas, 10 cases of batteries, 500
bags of potatoes, three crates of

ware, one case of cutlery, one
case of tools, fcur cartons of
baking sugsr, 600 cartons of
bottled beer, 36 cartons of

canned herrings and 40 bales of
newsprint,

The Athelbrook came in on
Sunday and left the same day
after taking 84,570 gallons of

molasses ii bulk, She, however,
left her boatswain-—Cecil Fraser
--who was taken to Dr. Bayley’s |
Clinic, Beckles Road, for an in- !
jury which he sustained when he
fe!l on the deck of the Athelbrook
while she was being loaded with

molasses. The Athelbrook left)
for Trinidad,

The motor vessel Jenkins |
Roberts under Skipper George |
Fergusson also came into Car-|
lisic Bay on Saturday night from |
Nassau with 134,497 feet of pine |

id 210 cartons of canned!
tomatoes, She is expected i

te
5. |

ve for Nasgau on July 1

LADY NELSON
LEAVES TONIGHT

The Number One Water Barge
and the Lord Combermere car-\
ried out 180 tons of water to thd)
“Lady Nelson” yesterday. Each
of these vessels can hold 109 tong
of water.

The “Lady Nelson” is expected
to leave Barbados to-night for
Bermuda, Boston, Halifax and
Montreal via the British North-
ern Islands,



LIGHTHOUSE
EXTINGUISHBD

The Harbour Master yesterday
received a cable from the Harbour
Master at Aruba. This cable
reads; “Colorado Point Lighthouse
temporarily extinguished”.

Ships in the area are asked to
be on the lookout,



GARDEN
REQUISITES

Grenada |

ng her head above water eco-

Mr. Julien is the Grenada dele-}
gate attending the Oils and Fats |
Conference which opens _ this
morning at Hastings House under
the chairmanship of Professor |
Cc. G, Beasley, Economie Adviser |
to the Comptroller for Develop- |
ment and Welfare. He is staying
at the Hotel Royal. |

He said that Grenada's next best
agricultural industry—nutmegs — |
had just suffered a set back by,
» competition from the Dutch |
East Indies who had come into
full preduction again since the |
war and prices for that commod- |
ity had fallen over 50% in the |
last twelve months. That he said, |
had created a scarcity of money |
and lowered the spending power
of the average small grower and
worker,



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There had been a general Te
vival in the planting of iocal food
crops in contrast to the last two

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rains however began to fall three |
weeks ago and were falling stead- |
ily, but not with any ill effects
so as to interfere with the crops.

He said that conditions gener-
ally in Grenada were normal,
The island was politically quiet
and the Council had gone into;
recess for three months.

Raffle Results |

RESULTS of Foresters’ Scholar-
ship Raifle drawn by Mr. G.
Lewis, of the Barbados Turf Club
at the Drill Hall, on Saturday, 5th
July.

lst Prize--F 0552; 2nd prize --
B 0186; 3rd prize—M 1229; 4tb
prize—T 1933; 5th prize—Y 246%,
6th prize—B 0129,

The holders of the tickets are
asked to call at Halleway, The
Ivy, St. Michael with their tickets
and collect their prizes.





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st ssaroniiactmmer snchncinnewansenas ‘urers, whose trade or busines * : “ . » 3 3 End Mid Augui
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H.8.52—t.n. | for app anaeat ee of a trade mark in Pigeon or Cafrington & te yy
eee Part “A” lof egister in respect of > . s ,
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re Fy ug in. Contac the same “aba? ‘eee, wont can tee 5 RES lai a
SWREPSTAKE TICKETS—-Series BBB Vm. Fogarty. 5.7. 52—8n ath da of Jul, 1952, untess some wr
1909. Finder please return same tc | ——————————————— | person Spall in the npeatinia wea notice WANTED fi d °, fi vi : “st
Gesmgse Carrington, Bathsbebe, st F 1G] RORE—Keroeenc pas in duplicate to me at = pace wt combined wiin new iow ff fi £ ° ”,
oseph. ‘ -7,52—1n € ‘erators. e have a few left of fhe! opposition of such registration e | ‘J
‘famous FBlectrolux Kerosene Burning] trade mark b on application } ¢ i; “e 7 mI 5
2 efrigerators, seven Cu. ft. capacity. at ay ‘es. Bs pe \f TOURIST FARES, CANADA TO BRITAIN * a KOCL«
Ynly $636.00; 8.7. in f >, 1052 wa 4 : 7
TAKE NOTICE cam spas freee ree ree a! WILitAnNs. i All flighte by b four-engined 4g .
Ls Registrar of Trade Maske. [National Cath Book: Keeping Machine Book-Keeping Machine “North fae : hon _ bai
MECH AL in. | Operator previous experience wo-abreast seating ’
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~ ~ 1952. Apply in person with tten
CLOCKS—A new assortment of Bed-

com Clocks, Alarm Clocks, Ladies R.G TAKE NOTICE ope leatoe 3 Secretary. Dowsing Estates
Wrist Watches. L. M. Clarke, No. 12 ading Ce-, * aon
James Street. Phone 3757, NEO-PICATYL 7.52—An.
POSITION—Nurse. Serapane by
ra : secondary education and knowledge 0!
wporation lzed and existing under | nursing, willing to undertake suitable

“North Star’ service all
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NEW ORLEANS SERVICE.

The S/S “THEMISTOCLES” sails 5th June—avrrives Bart 3
J $ Barbados 2ist Jv
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enti to register the same after one machines all types, Electric adding | medicinal and pharmaceutical products | At” cate 6.7, 5--2n Montreal . Attives Massases

fromthe tth day of July, 1952 | :oachines calculators suspension ‘filing | avid preparations, and will be entitled | . aE ro - §. “TINDRA” Bee gy ay rie May 19th Tune Sth
un some person shall in the mean-| systems. Our machines all backed up|to register the same after one month | ca $$. “TISTA” on *t May 30th Rone wath
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my e of opposition of such registra - | enanee service by our trained service | some person shall in the meantime give | “A STEAMER” .. , nf oS June. 27th, July 7
tion. The trade mark can be seen on) personnel. (Workshop on_ premises). notice in duplicate to me st my office | $62.50 POCKET MONEY easily earned “A STEAMER” || us ‘ Sue diet Sue,
ap] me at_my office. BRADSHAW & COMPANY. of opposition of such registration. The | by recommending 25 new subscribers to

his 25th wot June, yee 8.7.52—-2n nae ma can be seen on application | REDIFFUSION in one month, Le NORTHBOUND
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to register the same efter one month AY teh ada anaes waleee liad mark in Part “A” of Register in respect | parts of clocks, clock works and parts
from the 8ta day of July, 1952, unless sheets 6 ft. $3.94 7 ft. 60 8 ft. $5.24) % wines, and will be entitled to | of clock works, and will be entit‘ed to
some person shall in the meantime give] 4 ig, galvanised nails cents per Ib. register the same after one month from (ister the same after one month from
nottee in duplitate to me at my office} Vite Tyre Co. of Spry & Trafalgar St the 8th day of July, 1952, unless some | the 8th day of July, 1952, unless some

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PAGE EIGHT

Wanderers Seore

@ From Page 1

On a perfect wicket, Spartan
skittled out Cable and Wireless at
Boarded Hall for a meagre 62
7Uuns. Accurate medium pace
bowling by Neville Medford and
Clifford Skinner was responsible
for Co & W's. collapse.

A Fighting Innings

Skipper N. T. Clarke, who scored
15 net out, and Mr. M. McKenzi
were the only Cable and Wirele:
batsmen to reach double figt
McKenzie scored ten.
innings was a fighting one and he
was the only batsman to resist the
Spartan attack.



Medford bowled 13 overs of
which five were maidens, cap-
turing six wickets for 32 runs.

Clifford Skinner took three for 18
in niné overs and four balls. Four
of his overs were maidens.

When stumps were drawn the
Spartan score was 150 for the los
of nine wickets. Bertie Chas»
and Crich Matthews topscored
with 27 each. Willie Jemmott
made an undefeated 23 while
Bertie Morris contributed 20.

Tony King gave the best bowl-
ing performance for Cable and
Wirless. He took three wickets
for 17 runs in five overs.

At the Mental Hospital, the
home team occupied the wicke
for the entire day keeping Pick-
wick in the field. Mental Hospital
scored 254. R. Chase topscored
with 95. Other good scores were
by J. Wiltshire who knocked up
55 and G. Yarde with 32.

C. White captured five wickets
for, 52 runs in 18 overs N.
Greenidge took two for 41 and O.
Lashley one for 37,

The match between Barbados $

Regiment and YÂ¥.M.P.C. which

should have taken place at the ‘

Gafrison Savennah was post-
poned. Brigadier Jackson, Com-
mander, Caribbean area is expect-
ed to be in the island on July 12
and the grounds would not be
available for cricket.
WANDERERS vs. CARLTON
Wanderers . 494
Carlton (for 2 wickets) 8
WANDERERS 1st Innings
A. G. Seale c Harding b Matthew

E. Alleyne c Harding b Nicholson 1i
M..G._ Mayers ¢ Gill, b Matthews 0
D. I, Lawless not out 163
C. R. Packer c¢ Harding, b Gill 47
R. Armstrong c Harding b Burke 7
G. Skeete ¢ Stanford, b Gill 5

M, B.-Proverbs ¢ Stanford, b Gill 7
P. Patterson b. Nicholson 1
H. Ramsey c Greenidge, b



Hutchinson iy 16
ad. Corbin b Nicholson 13
Extras. it
Total... 20
BOWLING ANALYSIS
o M Ww
G. Matthews 9 2
H. Burke 1! 1 1
J. Harding 8 3
A. Nicholson 7 46
K. Hutchinson 6 54 1
C. Stanford 6 a9
Qa. Gill 10 59
CARLTON—lIst Lonings
H., Burke 1.b.w. Corbin® ’ 0
G. Matthews b= Skeete 1
Marshall not out 6
Extra 1
Total VWfor 2 wickets) 8

COMBERMERE vs. EMPIRE

Combermere

188

Empire (for 2 wickets) Parl
COMBERMERE—ist Innings

Inniss c¢ Clarke, b Harris os 36

Branker ¢ Prescod, b Amory
Wilkinson 1.b.w. Preseod
Phillips, Lbiw. Prescod 1
Mr. Glasgow ¢ wkpr. Taylor,

b Chailenor 1
Mr. Smith stpd. wkpr. Taylor,

b Challenor :
Brathwaite b Prescod
Sealy c Challenor, b Harris 2
Maxwell b Prescod
Lewis not out 5
Robinson b Challenor.

Extras. é

Total...

BOWLING ANALYSIS
Oo M
Beckles .. 3 3
Prescod .-. 15 6
Armstrong . 2 5
Harris A os 2
Amory ..... i 9 1
Challenor ’ bye
Kirton +e 2
BMPIRE—ist Innings
Taylor b Brathwaite ll
Clarke b Brathwaite 18
Drayton not out a
Jones net out 0

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3
1 27
2 8 -

To (for 2 wkts.)
Brathwaite 2 for 12.

POLICE vs. WINDWARD

Police .. . ‘ wat

Windward (for 5 wktis,) aL
«+ POLICE—Ist Innings

C. Sealy c H. V. Farmer b R. Farmer 26

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B. Morris b Wilkie 0
G. Cheltenham 1.b.w. Thornton 31
F, Smith run out 1

Warren b Thornton 13
4 Howard stpd. wkpf. L. Farmer b

R, Farmer 4
C, Springer b Thornton 61
C. Griffith c Wilkie b H. M. Farmer 13

F. Forde c wkpr, Farmer b R.
Farmer
E. Denny not out

G. Shannon b H. M. Farmer 17
Extras 1
Total 181
BOWLING ANALYSIS
oO mM R W
Hu, M, Farmer 4.2.1 20 2
D. Wilkie 7 2 7 1
R. Atkinson 3 1 8 6
Ralph Farmer 13 1 78 2
Cc. Thornton so 48 2 4 3
Reynold Farmer a ae 1

WINDWARD—Ist Innings

Cc, Thornton ¢ Denny b Shannon 4
E. Evelyn b Griffith 0
R, Atkinson b Shannon 2
H. V. Farmer 1.b.w. Shannon 2
C, Evelyn b Shannon 2
A. M. Farmer not out 24
R. J. Farmer not out 2
Total (for 5 wkts.) 81
BOWLING ANALYSIS
oO M R w
G, Shannon 8 i 24 4



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SPARTAN fessional passed through Barbados
Cable & Wireless on yesterday morning for a brief
Spartan (for Pigties win sat’ Ine — stay from Trinidad by B.W.1.A.
I Fg avd b dkins ot ey 6 jintransit for Martinique where he
F zie lbw. Medford 10 hop to remain for a month.
A a - 7 ye Z Among Bailey’s victims are
H. Kir Med 8 Norman Purcell of Grenada, Dan-
te c wkpr ‘ ie| Booker of British Guiana and
» ‘Medford 0 G. R. Straker, the Golden Glove
, out 15 Champ of the U.S.A.
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ANALYSIS | J’ca Turtle Soup
9 4 18
5 32 3 (From ‘Our Own Correspondent)
4 3 9 oO KINGSTON, Jamaica.
0 AN—1 ot ef -s CDC headquarters in the West
6‘ tivdak es o acontnaeat 2 Indies announced that a well-
Parris I%.w. b Branker 14 known US. preserving firm thas
Wood b King = contracted to purchase the output
| ee eee “0 e? Turtle Soup produced by the
B. Morris ¢ Croney b Archer 20 Grand Cayman Cannery which
Matthews, stpd. wkpr. Clarke b was established by the Corpora-
. joa not out 23 tion in the Cayman Dependency
Skinner ¢ Cozier b A. King 7 ot Jamaica. ®
N. Medford hit wkt. by A. King 5 In his recent visit to the U.S.A.,
eee ee 9 Mr. Dunean Anderson, C.B.E.,
; C.D.C. head in the Caribbean, was
Total (for 9 wkts.) 150 also concerned with undertakings
BOWLING ANALYSIS of the Corporation in other Carib-
es oe ee “LITTLE MO”, Maureen Connolly, 17-year-old American Tennis star bean colonies such as_ British
iH, H. King 2 2 s ; who won the Women's Singles Championship at Wimbledon on Satur. Cuiana timber, Bahamas tomatoes
B Mattes . ; as ; day is seen in action above. and British Honduras Ramie.
D. Archer 6 0 36 a ——__—_—_
Tony King agg AT SHOWS CANCELLED
MENTAL HOSPITAL vs. ite Moblin: ‘Ginexnn shows
PICKWICK I . Oy which were scheduled to take
MENTAL HOSPITAL—Ist Innings _ n 1ans core place at Shrewsbury St. Philip,
Bae Re emis 4 tonight at 7.30 and at the Night-
N b C, White 0 engale Memorial Home, Black
c ce wkpr. b C, White 4 e i ~@ Rock Friday night have had to be
: BR ee s A ainst Not h cancelled due to unforeseen cir- +
wheres a ws O, Lashley 55 mg am cumstances
Todd ¢ wkpr. b White 8 bce ale ota angie
C. Knight run out is ‘ In Touch With Barbados
iB! Hope not out 4 (From Our Own Correspondent) Coast Station
Extras tie & LONDON, July 7, Cable and Wireless (W.I.) Ltd. advise
ee 9 wkt 254 There is hardly likely to be any result other than a {hat ,they can now communicate with
sali sbe “a 1798. a/0s, 9/89. 470 draw at Trent Bridge where the Indians are playing Nott- bados Coast station:—_ oy
v4, G/M 1/228, 8/23, 0/240. ingham. Continuing their slow but nevertheless certain opisis, oe "Mereaton’ ss) Maris Polina,
; Oe Mea progress the Indians to-day took their total to 436 for four ° perontets 8 eaaeparan\ 2.»
©. Lashley ei Soe og ae declaring. It was ety highest of the season, their IMerehanty 's." Clans Boewe. 5.5 Tekla
7 ae ‘ + . or 2S } > ¢ ; Petri . ‘ a it wale #8 ungus, 5.5 egen opard,
C. Whit @ 6 5 oon best having been 427 in the previous game With) Pe aka Galore, «0, Casablanca.
, »nidge 9 0 41 2 Boa 1 a: ene “ai so Yorks he ia > 87
C) Great | 2 F @ justeunder. seven housp. Hazare :Suiean ‘tot audit rt f :
». Greenidge 4 2 3 s s ;., azare no! ;
was unlucky to be dismissed when S“frey 7e5 Sports Window
just four short of his century. EP Mcsax Maaiwonaan
Se d Di 1820 When Notts started batting Glamorgan 216 BASKETBALL
con wis n Ghulam Ahmed struck two quyk , 29d CARLTON will meet For-
blows dismissing Giles for 15 and © J ae for 67 tress at Y.M.P.C. to-night. In
THE first day's play in the Clay before he had scored, But) sussex 14 the other match Y.M.P.C. will
Third Series of Second Division Notts mainly through veteran Muncer three for sever be _—ipilaying against the
cricket matches ended on Satur- test player Hardstaff (54) and ,,....,, WARWICK vs. KENT * Pirates.
day and honours were again even- Poole got out 69 recovered bebe ky oie: 04 Play will start at 7.30 p.m.
ly divided between batsman and strongy. There was more slow| Kent 5 0
bowler. At most grounds there .scoring in the University match] Mave 8 pe emensiaetrrvo
were good wickets and the condi- st [Lord's where Cambridge’s saraceriraseinamaninniistaitipiciiininidiantiammas \%
tions—although there were a few Sheppard made his eleventh cen-
drizzles during the morning— tury of the season. Offspinner

were ideal,
At Erdiston, Empire batted the

whole day against Erdiston and
when stumps were drawn
scored 321 runs for the loss

seven wickets.

John Bynoe again took the bat- 99
ting honours in the Empire
innings when he hit 86 against for
the Erdiston bowling. ho

Next best score was 68 by Ber- Pr

nard Bourne while Trevor May-

Marlar finished the Oxford
ings today for the addition of .39
runs
had seven for 104.





“LITTLE



inn-
and the final analysis of
Cambridge, made
scratchy reply losing gpening

bat Busby at 42 and P.B.H. May

runs later. These disasters

rade the batsmen hesitant to go

* runs and Sheppard was two
urs and a quarter making 5v.
oLancs against Derby former

; England opener Cyril Washbrook
ay 54 ¢ naneranan g
the: ge TE mci a ie reached his 1,000 runs for the
home against the Erdiston bowl- S@#S0n after he had made 13
ing but the only bowler to look SCOREBOARD
troublesome was Chester Cuffley, .
who took three for 70 with his INDIANS vs. NOTTS
medium pacers. Indians (for four declared) 426
At one stage of the game the th AEC a
Empire score was 160 runs with- DERBY vs. LANCS
out loss. e rby : fe oy
o ee + sat anes (for eight) 3y
In the Y.M.P.C.—Pickwick fiX- G'S oy 7

ture, Y.M.P.C. were dismissed for

GLOUCESTER vs. WORCESTER

156 runs in their first innings. worcester 337
Best batsman was O, Burke who © oucester for one 49
seored 42 while bowling for Pick- “OXFORD rs “CAMBRIDGE
wick J. Hoad, R. Cheeseman and oxtord 272
G, Hoad_ took two wickets each Cambridge (for six) 286
for 22, 27 and 17 runs respective. ShePpard we sens sal ss tae
ly, At the end of play Pickwick pesex (for eight declared).......... 402
had replied with 44 runs for two and for three 94
rickets Middlesex (for nine declared) S15
wickets. oy . W. J. Edrich 109
Good Bowling D. Compton 90)
Wanderers scored 158 runs in LEICESTER vs. HANTS re
their first innings against Har- Hants
? and for five 127
rison College at the Bay. J. Rob- jcicester itor seven declared) ..,... 483
inson topscored with 35 and D Vv. Munden "
Nicholls hit 26. E, Griffith had ¥ ¥ Tapisgon sab
r li ; " “i a good bowling spell and captur NORTHANTS vs. SOMERSET
ed four of the Wanderers wickets pyoptpants 271
for 45 runs in 19 overs. nerset iho
Qollege have now lost six d for six... 181
Clarke 5 for 47

wickets for 38 runs,

Combermere have gained a firs!
innings lead ever Central when
vlay ended at Vaucluse, Batting
first the sthoolboys scored 172
runs in their first innings, Mr. R.
Hughes topscoring with 40 runs
in which he hit two sixes, G.
Harewood hit 30, and N. Alleyne
wis not out 30.

In their turn at the wicket Cen-
tral were all out for 128 runs top-
scorer C. Fields with 24. N.
Alleyne did the damage and took

D

five of the Central wickets for Hughes 40, N. Alleyne not out 30,
37 runs after bowling 11 overs P. Lashley 18, F, Scott 16, M.
and 8 balls, Four were maiden Skeete 16.) : .

overs. R. Fields took two for 27. Central 128 (C. Fields 24, N.

Y.M.P.C. vs. PICKWICK

AT Y.M.P.C.
Y.M.P.C. 156 (O. Burke 42, H.
Mandeville 19, D. Peterkjn 27; J.
Hoad two for 22, R. Cheeseman
two for 27, G. Hoad two’ for 17).
Pickwick 44 for two wickets, (N.
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COLLEGE vs. WANDERERS.

AT WANDERERS
Wanderers 158 (J. Robinson 35,
. Nicholls 26. E. Griffith four for
and R. Morris two for 19.)
College 38 for the loss of six

wickets,

COMBERMERE ys.

CENTRAL AT VAUCLUSE

Combermere 172 (Mr. R

Alleyne five for 37, R. Fields two
for 27),
ERDISTON vs. EMPIRE AT

ERDISTON

Empire -321 for seven wickets.
(J. Bynoe 8&6, B. Bourne 68, H.
Brewster 41, T. Maynard 54, C,
Cuffley three for 70).



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ADVOCATE

Trinidad Boxer
Passes Through

Maxwell Bailey,
middleweight boxing cham-
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former ama-







B.G. Gets New
Doctor, Lawyer

From © Own Correspondent

GEORGETOWN,
Mr. J, D. McBean Moore, son of
Mr. J

nt Secretary of the B.G. anc
Trinidad Mutual Fire Insuranc¢
Cop., Ltd., and Mrs, Moore has
qualified in Londen with the de-
grees, MB., B.S. An old.boy of
Queen’s College, he is at presen
at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital. H

will probably be returning home
in about 12 months,

Mr. Francis Vieira, son of Mrs
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prietor, who was called to the Bai
in England in February last r
turned home accompanied by his
wife and their infant daughte
Colleen Mary. Mr. Vieira quali-
fied at the Middle Temple.



WHAT’S ON TODAY

Court of Grand Sessions—10
a.m. ;
Oils and Fats Conference
Hastings House—10.00 a.m.

Meeting of Legislative Coun-



cil—2,00 p.m.

Meeting of House of Assem-
bly--3.00 p.m.

Water Polo, Aquatic Club —
5.00 p.m.

Basketball at Y.M.P.C.—7.20
p.m.

ASSIZE DIARY
Rex. vs. Mabel Harrison
(No, 20 & 31)

Rex. vs. Julian Holder
Rex. vs. James A. Haynes



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Rainfall from Codrington: nil
Total Rainfall for month to
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Highest Temperature: 84.5 °F
Lowest Temperature: 73.0 °F
Wind Velocity: 10 miles per
hour.
Barometer: (9 a.m.) 30.000,
(3 p.m.) 29.954
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Sunset: 6.17 pm.
Moon: Full, July 7
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P\T.F TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDA\ II1.V S, 1K2 Ca*ih Ca&nq H uVl.i %  l N TANG. id Local %  %  Albert Iwrr >Mietd. Conference. %  ..%  For Health Reasons M ISS EHEN M1LLINGTON. A-sclatant Teacher of Si. bool. was among thc i^twpiiKrn loavlng bj HW.I.A. for Puerto Rico en r the U.S.A. Miss MJUingtnn who In on atx %  OTi, has gone up In tho .' %  : %  i>f bit health. Intraniit D R. E. L GUY. doctor of public Lb. Of ihe USA. and Mn. r.uv who were holidaying in arrived here yesterday morning by B.W.I.A. Inlransil on tuck to the U.S A They expect to leave by the Lady Ncltm tonight. Dr. Guy who Is also an Eplsoincd In the ai Codrington CaUogo, Methodist Minister R EV. JOHN 1'AKKKi; oT St. George^ Methodist Church. Grenada, arrived here yesterday momiog iis a deputation to attend log of the. saeel Methodist Cinnvh. He was accompanied by his wife .vtn he hen for two week* atayiiiK at %  K[m.>ilh House*. FontaiK-lle On Holiday S PENDING two weeks' holiday In Barbados are Miss Ursula del Costello, Matron of St. Augustine'* NuiMtiK Home. |ort-ofSpaui and Kiss Gloria Walker of Trinidad. Tftey arrived yesterdny by I! W.I.A. mid .,!. %  MB3 mn ..: :iiOeaan View Hotel. Spent Thw Weeks M EUX.an AmcrilUien who tfafl %  •olldiiy. I I' %  %  weeks, rcAumed home yesterday by U.W.I.A via Antigua and Piu-rii. It' 0, iir. B. c. in i in 11 Turfites Return M R r E. C. BETHELL of FrlenoWiip Plantation. 9t. Michael and Mr. J, C. M. Marsh of BanMtyM Plantation. Christ Church and Mr, K D M wowdsi ->i Messrs. Smith and Alwell were anoitg Ihe lurfUas reluming by IIWI.A on Sunday night after iltending the T.T.C. Summer" iitafi I Mr. F. Thirkell. Mr Thomas Wilder and Mr. Pat Fletcher, three %  ' %  of the We %  Mr CummlM is pursuing his % %  eond 'car studies and haa come r.ver to spend his three nnmtris \acation with his parent*. Other students at the University OoLsOgo who also retumnd l.v HM BUM ooportunftjr oron Mr Charles W A. Pilgrim, son of Mr. and Mrs. G B Pilgrim of Bullen'Agri" uitun.i SbjSjon, St. JameMr Keith S D Ashhy. son of Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Ashby of Upper Welches. Christ Church and Mr. D Barrow, son of Mr. am! Mrs. I ,row of St AlasVft Wi Transferred M AJOR MARSHALL BaOTH, Of the Salvation Army who Commanding Ofllcer of tic Bridgetown ("ei.ti.il Corps for' the past two and a half years. left yesterday morning by HWi A for Antigua in succession to Major Arthur Greaves who has been ,.|i|Hintl lo St Lucia. M)or Smith who was accompanied by Oh M I OOd l* rhildren Joy and Vincent. hOS t-.*n sui ni-.t mrSli ,-ln. m~l Iroubl*. ar s— %  > BS0 SSft ntun *r tubty DSikaa*. Gums Bleed! BlMOlng Hums. Oor* Moutk sn,! Loos* TMUI wean last ru m-> IL Pvorrfcaa. Troch Mouth sj Mraapa w M4 aw Utai SrtD •oooor or Uur causa jour laaih < tall out aJia mar alss raasa iymatlam and Haart TraabU. AnTcaa %  Ufa pa MaaglBK tha Orat Sju aaOVawa aaouth aa*.cstaUy tfp>l aaa tha taatfc. Iraa alad raara %  • *WSaasi BSSSS BSSSW row sasajUl wall aaO am ror taatli or ateaar Sac* ea raiorn i>r •mpty p>'ai "at """ % %  "' • %  '•' %  < %  *> todar. Q. KKN KI.I/Al'KTll the Queen Mothei kl IaOtn| DkOn Pleases. Her new job of just boin>a pillar of support for the monarchy instead of half the house tfives her The Wav To Lose "Friend* bothtne nine and the freedom. Pol tin lirst time In years she is free to enjoy herself in nor own way She no longer has to be at everv formal lunciion-shf nave Ascot a wide miss after years "of faithful altendance. B\ THE WAY ...By Beachcomber O NCE again it • has happened. a i Leturo which drew crowds nnd won "vary favourable comment" si in i ghibttlon In the Midlands, was found Io have l>een hunt: upside down. are some replies vou eta nuke when \mi n caught loudly admiring a pletO s rung way (i) Don't you see, that Is the righl wav to get its full effect? (in I don't deny Iruit it would be equally sinking the other way up. uni Wl, ihouMat an artist down] (ivl It i-. svmlMiltcal of modern lib lv) Thai is bOW HfO MO things suh-eonsclous minds. And, to wind up with a gardening hint : don't let ihe larks gel at your mushrooms. I hi 11-in In I A PHOTOGRAPH in the paper of a large collecUon of walking-sticks reminded me that beside my great staff Durcndal they would took like toothpicks. Durcndal Is old and gnarled now. and 1 think that one night he will disappear. Peasants waking in the moonlight In some high valley Of the Pyrenees will hear his hesvy step as he goes by. and a legend will arise of the ghost of a famous staff which walks the mountains alone. They will tell how he lay down beside a sounding torrent, and passed from sleep to dissolution, and so came t last u< thai shining place where all good sticks attain fullllmcnt and lake their nil. But If his ghost must go wandering now and "hen, I hope he will not forget to haunt the valley of Canfranc, and to bring me news in my dreams, here in my home, of ancient Jaca and the Inn of Conslancia Mur. W it If ml I'finimrnl She trams everything 0 „ a htuJi plane . She will not even tell Ihe auctioneer u>hich of hct •norrlaoc* the ;urril?iiiv .: from. (News Hern > Now she no longer has to dream for ihe job she Is clearly dressing to please herself. When she fM Queen the people expected her tfl i<*>k like a Queen. But now shA wears plain clothe* if she wants One of the ways In which a Queen relaxes after 15 years on the Job is to change old face* for rw ones. The Queen Mother skipped the Opening of the London season with all those familiar faces and real off to stay with some Scotn.-h friends she hasn't found time lo visit for years. I •" %  .. %  I).>r.rthj Vyner and her husband, Commander Clare Vyner, live in a whitewashed house overlooking Ihe Pentland Firth at Duanot, .i small village on the riorthcrninosl rmi : i>( S. nU.nwi. Commander Vyner Is managing ilirector o( a quick-freeze plant In ;> nearby town. Unheralded by the usual crowd of officials and the advance telephone calls to place* she was to visit, the Queen Mother strollad round the place without any n II. Moil of the time she wore tweeds and walking show; often went out without gloveor a handbag. She clambered up lia*' IMI nuked bessde them, stood about and posed for the local people to l*;.e snaps of her. "It was Just as if a friend had popped in." said Mrs. John Scott, wife of the head Dunne* Lighthouse peeper. "She really Is a charming person." She wandered into shops whenever she wanted to without any of toe old formalities. "Can 1 look behind the counterT* she inquired of an astonished %  man in a little antique shop. %  Just before lunch one day she ploughed through the hens running in the yard of the small rrofl-cum-post office at Dunnet village. And the woman with one of the finest collections of china in the world said to the postmistress Miss Janet Henderson: "Do show me row collection of china. I've heard so much about it that I had to come and see it." She did meet one or two offlcitls. She w.ri introduced to ^ %  ovost John Sinclair, erf Thurgu. ho told the Queen Mother he was i, fish salesman "Then please show me the Ash," said she. •Women, in all floral matters, resort lo low and evil praodces," recorded that book. ''Down the Garden Path." "They are appalling liars and constitutionally ineupable of makiruE friends with the woman who haa the garden next door." One of the rare London occasion* when gardening friends up from the country could be easily done down was the flower show at Westminster last week. The most was nutde of it by England's Lady Gardeners, with their "Fete Day" clothes, floppy %  straw hats, pastel linens, and carrying capacious baskets. StrolUng round the olooms they could be heard losing friends by the hour.. .no cut was too low. no thrust loo mean. "I lost all my hydrangeas this year," said o woman glumly. "Surely not." replied her companion. She had been waiting for this 1 "Ours have grown like weeds, we had to cut them back.'* ^Qbfe 6 Vi-nuphos aatoai To Vera Us true. <*l I. !>irt uf Hi* auip. (*i Kagcr to corns to t*rms. To waa Dlaua It alpuds. HI : yvilcny in off. 7u';i nod. (SI Takes a cuupla. of coppers lo set mm. (31 VorKalilra lias ihraa Out south one la noeel. isi M.inii-t:nus un Hie CrssUT ||) Not all out Out atnsie. iBI < (ui if. „ trsp> <'M %  Yes, *ou can do it Handing. (3) He doss guard duty 10) Hall HIP egret. (5 Healed y Han (*) SriiU can become this. <0 We la the elaeysrd get IL () •on London. Psrls. or hew Tort, (7i American aoldler returns to a game of nuds t.i e<-t s home. |5I ilab.viti lor itie upen 171 Firii leaeneari* ror a period. (*1 Sarvice, 4 14 p m Kaw Record". S 00 p m amelana. S It p m BB C. Northern Orchestra. SOS p m UMer iftafSBlaa. Ill pin Mm the Commonwraith. I U p m Sport* Reunrl-t'p and PTOfiamme Parade. TOOpni The N-*. 110 pa Home New* Prom Britain 111 — lSS am SSHIISM Hendervoua 7 w p an Par...1 .1 Portrs on D* La ChartNewtreel. S SO p r .'•1 %  %  ".pinnlbls Si when __ Tunea. (4t Hiram* sinidorfl. I4> na* tor Ihe present. (S| mI uowa is Hard lo sat (I) I iilllf ? The flarden—St. Jasssj roiiAt a roMonatow % %  r fll*h, 10 00 p m The Nei. 10 10 p.m. New* Talk. 10 l pm. Oeolfrey Bumphi*> TalkliK 10 M p m Famou* Men CLOSE TO-DAY S & 8.30 P.M. "IklRII 4.11411 Esther WILLIAMS — Bary SULLIVAN FealurinH America's Sensalional Crooper Billy ECKSTINE W\A A4I1I 4 — I %  •! AT an) lime of iha day. ** hct^. %  hr.itimc. -> HI cnjo> 11 Bitcuiu I ho> arc lc! crisp and . Is uuis. dclicalclluvour. Morcow, they gn exceptionally nourishing and sustaining. 'Ovalnne Biscuits sen adc under parsBct nygssBSE v.-nj.tions in l-.e <\.i imv I ,.i,.r, HI j ( ounlr> Carooo. T.Oii not 1 ^me. qualitKs jrc doe to tli ,i ualily tads 1 propoitioi' ui 'Ovg UBS" I e world* pre if food beverage. Packed In ai-iighl ami damp. proof earhms la teal In iheir delightful iinpneu and flavour. I ^jO^VrVLTlNE V l g$£scM*£ts • .SI.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 CLEARING ODD LOTS DRESS GOODS CRLl'KS, SPL'NS. SILKS. PLAIN, FLOWERED. STRIPED, CHECKS. ALL AT ONE DOLLAR YARD. PLAIN VOILES AND FANCY ORGANDIES 50c. T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS DIAL *220 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4606 Fe Wrddlnii. AMnlverairlM UlrUidayB. ( hrUtrnlno. *k. II1AMOND KINGS GOLD -II \ I li maim Se your JewUan . V. 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TUESDAY. JULY 8. 1932 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE FIVE Eight Plead Guilty Before Chief Justice Manslaughter Cases Adjourned Until November Assizes BESIDES hearing two cases at the July sitting of the Court of Grand Sessions which started yesterday, the Chief Justice Sir Allan Collymore heard pleas, eight of which were guiltv. Of the seven who pleaded guilty (one pleaded Ruilty to two offences), two were sentenced, sentences on four were postponed and the Assistant to the Attorney General has not yet decided whether he will accept the plea of guilty of raceJvinfj stolen property on the third count from Gouidbou. 11 Boat who pleaded not guilty to two other counts against him. Hie two other counts were house breaking and larceny and larceny. Thirty-eight cases were sent even Wronger appeal to His txrcJdown for hearing at this Sitting ship in that case, of the Court, but three of manDr. T'ppin said that Giltens slaughter brought against Fttxwas mentally deficient. Hirold Haddock, a plumber of Clyde Moore was the astar Westnury Road, wore adjourned person who pleaded guilty ana until the November Assies. on whom sentence was postponed. Haddock is chargrd with the He pleaded guilty or breaking and unlawful killing of three children, entering Uie dwelling house Of Roy, Carl and Rita Rogers of Amanda Springer and stealing a Prospect Road. St. James, whilo pair of shoes. May 18. Watchman Guilty Of Fradulent Conversion "The Law is very -ii Dr'Ughtsman, prosecuted for the Crown Carmichael was not represented. Grimes told the Court that sh" knew Carmichael about thn" months before he received the %  '"in her. He had gone where she was working and to'd her that her daughter had told him to let her know of -ny secn-<> hand machine for sale if he e.ime across one. Saw Machine Me bad passed around by Mr Joiner Guilty Of Obtui-iiicg $2 R\ False PreU W ce waa yesterday postponed at the Court of Grand Sessions, on Mervn Jones, a Joiner of Bay Street after he was found guilty of obtaining $2 by false The case I ChU-f Jusluv Sir Allan Junes had klSO been rharged .. talkie, but the jury did not lind htm guilty on that count. Mr F I I | Attorney General, pro*mit,.l fi the Crown. Jones was not represented. I on December 20 last \c,r. I. received two chain fi m Darts %  nurse of Up" lars towards the tusi of i than, i: rs on December 28. I il'.em or. J8 but tarty Is Fobniary sh. met him and leai ;i thai he had bsMD all k m llw I He told her then that ba affal "broke" and would like hi dollars to finlal her too, that he was doing them nicely. She gave him the $2. Soft White* Efforts Made to Develop Cocoa In Grenada tbl l Several time ; %  faM nsKed hmi for the ch i ven told him to t*tva htr If they were not repaired, j lid keep tha money, but Dtvat returned them Htr son Desmond, corrcboratc;! her evidence in raspaet taking sway the chain and never rtturning wuh th belltved that Join-li .d the chain intending to repair them, but o;. the 2tflii made up hi'; mii-H to dispose of them against Sands' rights or OWMnhlp. Hnd him guilty on the charge of larceny. He pointed out that Sands hi i seen Jones several tim I had left lbs Hospital u I I litg that he was sick excuse for not returning the chairs. Wheal Flour Expected Here EIGHT THOUSAND Iwgs of Soft %  ... Augus*. ind lahf Sept mber. It Will 2.000-bag thai n of this, floui will ba takM bo Uu West India Bi-n/it III thtpnwu. | i %  sellers for analysis purp<< Tin%  Riscur Mmu* Association In U i Fit ol any shipment no*, comphu;*; with ihe required analysis, the local Company reserve Ihe right to cancel the unshipped baluue contract. The Controller of Supplier will %  ( 45.000 bags of E OnMM I %  October. will be imported under ti %  ..: Wheat A>;> %  %  %  '..,', I .. %  r : | ., %  to be fix. i Lynch Will Pay For Wounding Their Honours the Judges of tba Court -if Appi i day contlrtned tho decision uf His Worship Mr. J. R. Edwards who impo-od a fine of £ 1.10 and 2/cost on Niberl I-vr>eh of Prout's Villr.ge, St. Thomas, for wounding Cynthia Jarkm.m of th a same loc.lity m said that Lynch inflicted the wound when he attacked her With a Stick shortly after she h:,J 1 bar house to 0 or a fight between her reputed husUitiii | man. Dr. Zigmuntl Skomnrork. House %  I tha Dental Hospital • orfbing the nahira of lb* wcund. siid it ana po**tble for it to hnve l>een caused by a blow with a stick. Lynch* rtorv was th t ha did ..... ;. rai. ;v l the wound when she and th^ man who fought with her husband were throwing stones at each o'hrr m&! GRKNADA is |u>l holding her head above water eco-. I'II, ;.'..i! to develop their staple crop, j cocoa by rehabilitation as fast as possible Mid the Hon'blel tractoi of W. E. Julien and Co..l 1 1.' %  I'^f's. shortly after his arrival at! Itmrday morning by B.W.I.A. Mr. Jut"-!, at tha Oraasssla oWaCSte attending the Oih and Fati Oooferanca whi.h opens iMi morning at Hastings House under j tha hairfnaJkaUa ol nofaaai C. ll. Beasley. Et-onomic Adviser tha Comptroller fog Developmcnl aid Welfare He Is stayin;; at Uie Hotel Royal. He laid that Grenada's next best $1,300 Stolen Over fKeek-end %  HAll ;; ||0 was cash. The largaai haul %  l "P>:..,: lotfiu wKo had com. Inlo ""' lvl1 IUU produedoi mil 2M ;hr war and prices for that rommodI S"-. ..1i. agriiultural industry—nutmegs — "•' hnd lust suffered a set back by st Ihe competition from Ihe Dutch iron. tiiini ^rfSS u >' hlul I "*" cn ov r M* 'he Iwetva mo-.ths. That he said. eraatad a scarcity of monev *£$• %  .'' idlowarrt he spsndlBI power ^average small grower and : that $310 wanSrt tha There hnd been a general reb*ffrwi!T. %  "••ni v!val in the planting of local food 7.80 a.m. on Ihursday and 4.00 crops In contrast to the last two! •'' "" vears. The eolonv had a verv i tnjlor car and long dry spell of five month-; lorn p.i*wars rioton from a which Interfered particularly I % %  th :--iwith the livestock Industry. Tho ">• %  '. N.url t St. i.-,|., s however began to fall three Hill St. Michael, whilo weeks ago and wera falling steadHair.s of Garden IJIUI, Uv. but no' with anv 111 effects i St. MfehaaL t apettad that hit M nt to interfere with the crops! hov.*<> ansf brosKi and entered R ^ui !h a i conditions gencr| fe 1100 p.m. on WedneaRUV In Grenada were normal, i da\ and 3.00 a.m. on Saturday The Island was politicallv quiet | of clothing to tha and the Council had gone in'n No finer tobaccos ever came from Scotland than Four Square. Blended fn.ni .elected lc-t by master craftsmen and packed ficih in vacuum tins, lour Square tobacco will delight the onnt exacting taste. FOUR SQUARE TOBACCOS • fINI tLINOS TO CHOOSI lOH • MADE IT DOIII Of PAISKT Safe agajalN MESSRS. A. S. BRYDEN A SONS (BARBADOS) LTD. P.O. BOX so), BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS value of IB0 stoh Harold DBJO? of Davrells Road. ChrUt Church, reported that htn tt .le VUBU 5 prlsa—T 133; 5th pr.re—Y 246S.. 6th prlre—B 0129. The holders of the tickets Juvenile Act. Twenty-year-old Burton Cummins pleaded guilty to housa breaking and larceny on June 1 from Carlisle Reid at St. Pet^r end lo receh ins stolen property between May 21 and June t, knowing It to have been stolen. Sentence Postponed Mr. J. S. 11. Daor whappeured mi his behalf, begged the lerdency Of OM Court and sentence has been postponed, pending investigaArcher McKOnzle. an auctioneer tions being made by the Prowho had been his old Sgt. Major balion Officer. and had seen him with a second After hearing Mr. Dear's n>hand one which was to be sold quaat for leniency, the Clu.f ; I I gata either On April 8 or 9, Justice said thit there were many for $45 to 50. charges of house breaking and She told him she did not have and he would make no that much money, but had $25. promises at that stage. However. He told her that ns he know Ifj Cummins was a young man and McKcnzic well he would be able ho would have investigations to pay the $25 in cash and pay made, the remainder in Instalment*;. OM A;ril 7 she gave him the Benfa DM also postponed .n the presence of he" he gave her the time she sugon Clarence Clafrmonte neiie who .„„_£,,,_ __r pleaded guilty of causing bodily da "K. T, harm to Gloria Cadogan and '""5",^, K„ Oltalii.e Sobers on December 3. ^t -;,' ,JJi, ";X' !" d ""^Nh^ last year by wanton or furious l " r *!f ?T ^i.. "£L .*£,. i" SXua ,„ c^ nor machine, but he told her that it dming in 5.. Peter. g f !" |jLlt asidc nrd sh e could Sentence on eighteen-yea r-old not see it. Levi Gittens who pleaded guilty On the evening of the 9th after to bestiality on May 13 at St. 0M sale, he told hei that there Ji r;h. was also postponed. hi d lx*n a sale, but the machlnHIs counsel Mr. J. S. D. fVar 1 ad not been included In ths told the Chief Justice that while items sold and it would be sold he might view the unnatural L ^ the 15th. offence with some revulsion, he was submitting that the case a/aj Return ol Money not the type which, in the light > % %  told hirn that since he had of modern development, would be nol sot the machine he should no', fit to be sent to prison. RO ahead with the purchase on ., „ -. a _, the I5th and asked him to retrur.i Mentally deficient my money i ^ M | d -He said Dr. Tappin hnd examined Githo had not cot it on J lm th n Jjj tens after he %  and asrsald 'eturn the lollowlm: d.> would bo able to help the Court with if by giving evidence as to his She did not see him until in mental condition. He. Mr. Dear, 15th when he said that he tia. had been instructed bv his parent-: bOUSM Ihe maehine for 51 ana that he was not of the strongest would keep it for his daughters Intellect, and he was making an -ind himself as he wa a tailor She told him that what she was with was the money He said he wou.d get it, but though rhc hid seen him on other oeoa {.ions concerning It, he had never given her either the money or the machine. Her daughter conoboraied her evidence. Mr. McKenzie said he knew Carmichael since 1914 when Carmichael went to the war, but had never had anv business Iranaaciions with hurt. In hU address to the Jury, Carmichael made no mention of huving had dealings with Mr. MiKenr.ie. but said that as was slated in the receipt, tha DMtatJ RH given him to buy a machine at a %  wilo and there was no specific mention of any particular sale. He said that if he had taken tha tmmey with intent to defraud, he would rot have ghSSQ a receipt, but Grimes had not been willing to wait. Summing Up During his summing up of the case to the iury. the Chief Justice said that the evidce had shown thiit the case was not one of larceny as Grimes had admitted giving him the money voluntarily. but they had to pay more atlvn;ion to the second count. He said that if they asked |homse'.ves how Grimes would havo known that Mr. McKenzie had been Carmichael'^ Sgt. Ma)or. it might help them in discovering where the trjth was. AfUr Carmichrel had been found guilty on the nc.oml OOUDt, tho Chief Justice said that if he had not made the suggestion; cgalnst the character of on <.f th. witneses. he would have tafcau ii more lenient view of the case. He would still howcvri. |aka Jnto consideration his age, his service In the war and his clean record for the past 20 years. LoWC KeniarMied 0U Ho Hariii (Jliurge II v i ..; H A. T Una, City Police lilumstrate, j ramanded Asnai Low* of Green Hill. StMichael, until the 14m on a charge o* inflicting grlevouj bodily harm on Clyde Phillips. Oscar Low: w.i' also remanded by Ills Worship Mr. C W. Itudd.-iunid the 23th UsBUOt, L0K Is eharaad with tit,. £8 17 6 as a bailee. The inon.y belongel to Oaorn U wb Indec.nt Lnngu?gc Costs 20/.. . : %  i Pol r District %  %  %  • ,n 14 di priftonmcni with bai I lal i ui foi %  %  on Nelson Strcit. The OA 'i July 2 about %  <-> p.m. The eas waa brought by Police Const a Ue WORST WEATHER Sj> I'mm page I. II .1. .ii : 1!0 pirts gnd St. Philip with an inch and two part... At St. Lucy an Inch and five parts fell during the day while parts were recorded during the night. ii'ifall returns for the period frcm 6.00 a.m. on Sunday to 6.00 : %  i City, 7ft parts. Station Hill I irl s: Oaorsja, SI ports. Si. Philip, one inch and two •Baa, 42 parts, St. J.-t'nes S3 ; | nt d 33 p iris, St. Andrew. 97 parts and St. .( '%  'steKday. v' i hung ihe Island. LADY NELSON LEAVES TONIGHT The Number One Water Uargo and the Lord Comlx-rnicre car• ird -tit 180 ton* of water u> thd "Ijidy Nvlsoii" yevferdav. Fsrh of thase vessels can hold 109 long of water. The "Lad* Nelson" i. expected 10 laavo Barbados to-night foe Ilermuda. Boston, Hnl fax and via the British Northern Islands, UOUTBOi si: KXTINGUISOW The llnrbour Master ye fetd.-v sabla from ihe Harbour ai Auiba. This cabl? OlOfadO Point Ughthou-e in, nornrlly extinguished". Ships in the area are asked to !< %  • en the lookout. Evsmw H'av/'.-j. .V*f4T \r Mi tills n$ WEATIIERIIEADS Till Stc-imship Federal Yayager. 4.417 tons, arrived In Carlisle Bay OB Saturday afternoon asked to call i.t Ifallnwny, TI from I-mdon. This Stc.nvlnp ,. Ivy. Si. Michael with their l"<' collet-' their priies yesterday lighters wero taking ii.i eana She bruugtu In 2u7 cartoni of full cream condn*-d milk, Sflo eaaai or i-i isd milk, tine case of .11 bags, 150 bags of green BJ .:'-.: %  bags nf potatoes, three crates of Ware, one case of cutlery. OIM % %  M <-f lOOlti f<.ur cr-iions of bak'iig sugir, tWti carious of M • I bear, 86 eartpn | cann.d harrlngi ami 40 bales of nshfspi int. The Athrihr.,nk eatna In on 1 rh Sri Me She was being loaded with m"!asses. The AUirlbrook left for mnldad, The motor vessel Jenkins' Roberts undar Bklppar Q raa ion aaoM Into C o> I 1 ini.y night from rl*J| 134.4^7 feet ..\ puia nnd 210 Ogrtong i.f canned' Bha i' axpi ad i %  for N israti on July IS. HOOTS— Mineral Halts Ww tattle. Horses, Sheep, 2lb for 1/8 ROOTS Mineral Hall* For Poultry. U i>< i package 'trOTS nii-arbenate of lassg Mb pk. lie. pk. HOOTS — Chlorophyl Tonlr Tablet. l/ each (b-rttle) MACIIADO C!G\ns Gcins. J. T. C Iy>ndres. Fleurs. Ij Tropical Mil HMOS 1! \ i i: Hi.. for leed Watar ll Bight (2 pints), A wonderful pi lent. ROXFS OF MOHts) t IIO< OI.ATFH Masehiiio Cherries, Cherry Cocktails Pot of Gold. Happiness MOM s or NHI.SON S ( urKr.\ CIIOCOL \rr.n AUo noxert or NEILSON-N Every Piece Different Chocolate KODAK I I' Ms To fit every one's Camera No. 127, 120. 620, 116 016, 122 Bniff Weathcrbrad Ui m TO-MORROW NIGHT Wednesday Julv !lth AFTER THE XEWS Mr. George Hunte tells the story of the Manufacture of ... SOAP I.bfen to this Broadcast brought to you by the makers of your favourite Laundry Soap, Ervuh Supplies #*<><•#'/%  #*// GARDEN BALATA SOUVENIRS REQUISITES WE CARRY A COMPLETE RANGE INCLUDING We invite you to inspect our local display of Balata Souvenirs — very artistic and colourful. This ordinary rubber is modelled into the most attractive designs of local characteristic patterns. Dinkey Carts h SKIS Sail Boats Coconut Trees & Climbers • ti.iCane gsffsfg on Donkeys Washer Women . @ Sl.K *-. S1.68 j $1.44 M M Fisher Women Steel Band Players mi i iiH i iiim i i iii JUST 1H>I AIM BIRKMYRE CANVAS IT WIDE-FOR BUS TOPS and SIDES INNER HOOD LINING 58" WIDE. 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PACE EIGHT n\KIIAIM)s \n\ CH ATI TUESDAY, JULY 8. 152 Wanderers Score 296 Against Carlton 0 From Page 1 On B perfect "ickct. Spartan skittled out Cable and Wireless at Boarded Hall tot a meagre K tuna. Accurate medium pace bow I in* by Neville YIMford and i lIRunl Skmni Bi WV collapse. A I iL'hlinr, lliliin^v Skipper N r < 13 nM out. and Mr M U< K. were the only Cable and Wirele: bstsmen 10 rr.ch dOUbfe SgUN McKeruUc aeon %  Ice's s inahMS was u flghtmi w and be h WII the only bnt-tman to re-, I Spartan attack. Medforrt bowled 13 OVOI of which live were maidens, capluring six wicket." tor 3? Clifford Skinner took three f. l in nin overs and four balls, of bi5 overs were maidens. When stump!, were dra"ri Ihe Spartm ecore was 150 for flu of nine wicket*. Btrtfe ( and Cricl, MaltV with. 27 c-th Willii.N-mmotl y made an undefeated 23 Bertie Morris contributed 20. Tty King Have the bcal txiwl.< lng performance lo r I Witless. Ht took ti.i for 17 runs in flv< At the Mnt;.l Hospital, the home team occupied the wlesV for the entire d:iy keepinfl Pickwick In the Held. Mental Hospital scored 254. R. Ch;isr topsrnip.f '' with 95. Other ood score* • by J. WllbOilr.' who knock..( iq %  r>5 and G. Varde with 32. %  C. WhiU' captured Hvc niej for 52 runs In 18 oven. N. Oreenldge look tWQ for 41 and O. Lashlev one for 37. The match between Barbados \ Regiment and Y.M.P.C which i should ha* taken p| Jt ,. m \ Garrison Savrnnnh was p ponod. Brigadier Jackson. Comc uti.i; WUELESS n. SPARTAN i inn >io '-i-iford %  1. MrdfixH CUr*mm nrr I. SI I BOW UNO I -r\RI US—!•! Inalatai b UatiMw 1 Kins %  Wood IUII mil I ...ir> h Art>*i ruirke b I K ..I out t wfcl IA Kin* Total ISM WSW %  on ma MMLVMSJ MENTAL HOSPITAL v. PICKWICK MENTAL HOSWAl.— It Inalafl Char b C. Whi %  1 A %x • 1 Trinidad Boxer ffa m e t Through %  ricr anutxmg Champion of Trinidad and thsj Cartbi i has recently turned proaased through Baruad-:. %  'i i.mg for a brief ..i...i to. B W-I A j %  i Martinique where he i month. %  of Grenada, DanItath Guiana and G li Sir.k. i I U.S. A B.C. Gets yew Doctor. Lawyer GEORGETOWN. Mr J D. McBean Moore, son Mr. J H. McBean Moore, AasUli ury of the I Trinidad Cop.. Ltd.. ami Mrs M h the d. ,-. \1 B B S Aj %  i St. Bartholomew's H< *"IU probably bo returning homi In about 12 month*. I A Firm Will Bu> J'uu T.urthSoup LITTLE MO M.nrr.ii Connollj, 17jr oil Am-ncn TtnnU ltr wLo won Un won.M'. Hlitnl.... Cl> I4. b Otll M S PMv.rta c Btsnlord. b OIH V p.tt.no,: b KtohoaMtt M ,w 7** v Onswiiaat. b IluKlilnauii Corblo b Nichauon ES %  OWI.INO ANAI.VRIB tar ? j Burkp || i t i Hianlorti am 10 I IKI l.iv %  •a i Orranxli' Second Division %  Ms* iri(r.>le> wllh .'! %  ,, Ihln .|T|i til. %  H..CcnM Si .' Alcoa Runnrr. %  • trVllcliIrt %  I Marcalitr %  %  Maria faollitii. rtoktew. • Aldieu*n D. before declaring. IT was their highest of the season, th cJ?**^,*?**** former beal having been 427 in the previ. n|\ Tv '"^ t ** Kna*i i^oiMra. Loncs. mvmmn VOBKS II hoy made IM in Y £nV w t— lUht under seven hours. Hazatc imuuii mm ul n -s.scd whni t'* rT iw 1 82? "' hl Raaag sioaoAa When (fotti started battlne Qlamasasw Oaorta P.uora.. Ghulnm Ahmed struck two iHlnS Giles fii lllf Brat da .,., scored. Bull Third 8ti Invislon Notts mainly Through veteran cricket matches ended on Snter-esl piny, i |) ,,",,„ i honour! were again evenToole ot cut 6H recovered ed botwoen batan i and bronp Than wag n howler. At moat grounds there acorlni in the UnlvarXI %  is and ihe condlm Lo r d'i where Cambridge's % %  though there wor* %  few sheppard made hll ttov< l th can. rtrlixles during the morning— turj of ih e season Oflapinner •'•''• u „ Marlar finished tlie Oxford nmAt Erdlsion. Empire batted tha j n gs to-iay for the additla Sports Window BASKETBALL CARLTON will meet For tress st Y.M.P.C. to-nightIn tup other maun Y.H.P.C will be playing against the Pirates. Play will *tart at 7.30 p.m THE WEATHER REPORT YESTERDAY BalnfaU from Codrlngton: nil Total Rainfall for month to data: 07 In. Highest Temperature: 84.fi *F Lowest Temperatura: 73.0 T Wind Velocity 10 mile* per hour Barometer: IB a.m.) 30.000. (3 pro ) 29.964 TO-DAY SnnriMi: 647 ajo. Snnset: 6.17 pm. Moon: Full. July 7 Lii(hUiiK 7.00 p.m. High Tide: 3.A0 a.m.. 5.12 pm Low Tide10.42 a.m., 10.46 p.m. COMBEKMEKE vs. KS %  afeftVs u 1 IIUUlpi. Ib.w IV Mr bt_CD*' < %  kkpr Tnvln.. b C ha Urn.,M. antiih .ii'i wki b Challnv,. HialhwaiU U l'ir-c,..i Bmm\y c Challenor, b Hum* Miii-all b PrrM-.al low. nut eut. RabinsOn b (lialirlu-r whola day against Erdlsion and n when slumps were drawn had B cven tor 104 scored 321 runs for the loss af wen wtakatl w John Ilynoe again look the batting honours In the Empire innings when he hit 86 against lha %  rdiaton txiwimg. a was 68 by Bernard Bourne while Trevor Mavnard hM M and n iirv'wster 41 '1'iic Km,'inbatarnon were honif d the final analysis Cambridge, muile tchy reply losing i bit Busby at 42 and P.B.H. lU] 20 run*, later. These .ni the iiatsmen hesitant to go for runs and Sheppard was two quartar making fi*. r>. 1 panar Cyril Wushbrook had iiis 1.000 runs for the Notli I HOWLING AMAl YBH Bdrt i Btan ... I.ANCB iigkai B-klf. PraMod A rmatrons IIJITU An.mi C haunt •• %  Klra Takw i l.x 11 R Una. i-MH M"II •• I \MllRllll.l hMPlRI. I.l %  Ninth tiaiu Biathwall* Touu i(,.r B ibku i nraUtwiltc 2 fui II. POLICE va, WINI)W.\KI> raUaa Sm* -IKI A %  '• I NLRI-IM la>lal. C BMIV C It. V Taifiiar b R. rsimei 3 %  Morn, b Wilfcio Q chr I u-n ham I b u Tlturnluii 1 P. Smith run out i Wsrren I) Thornton I %  Inward alpd uhpt I rarmer b It Farm*! C. aprtafa* b Ti %  a C aitfpth %  Wilfci. I> II M f. lanle s *kpr. Fari b H. rstmer B. Oem H l*.M,. '££&& n i y 5SS tJSS. •cosssoas. who look three for 70 with his oi-ituim pacers. I^" 11, At one stage -4 llie game the *,%, Empire score was 160 runs withOUl lOM In lh YM I'.C — Fukwkk lixture, Y.M.P.C. were dismissed for 156 runs In their first Innings Bast batsman was O. Burke who I im Pka> M'. HI It Cheescmnn and Q Hoad t<->k two wickets each < ..n.b.ui.r ,i„. ... tor tl, 27 and I" runs respccUveM,,,,,, '""_ M V „ ;....„,..•, b At the end of play 1-uk,, i. sf^-^fflK^ li.id replied with 44 runs for two and las thtep wickets. aarurawi Cid HlWlhjl n 11. S %  nil 1!i8 runn In their first innings against llarl rison CoUaa> at tin. B.iy. J. Hobi inson lops.'inii with 35 and D Nicholls hit 26. E. Griffith had .i mx*\ howlniK si>oll and captured four of ihe wandarajri artckata 4r> runs In IB overs. Coll. fie have now lost six '" * .. % % %  wickets for 88 ru %  ** Combcrmpro have gained a first _^^______^_ innings lead i.vet Central ". mdad at Vaucluse. Batting COLLEGE vs. WANDERERS rst the Mhoott-on scored 17? AT WANDERERS Wanderi-ra 188 U Rooliuun 30 IIHIftTK* .. %  Aim ItedaacfliaaBB* % % %  BEAUIY SI HIS I Jai-kHHi %  v..nil * -a %  i".in>i i Hi Tout %  OWtlNC. AN 1 rilklr Halph ratnw C Th*mUui i* %  HrtneM Famar 1 %  WlNDWaaD—I.l Innlh.* C Thorntnn r Denny b fharnon t gvrtyn b Gtimth K. Atkin.n h Shannon H. V. Paintrr l.b.w. Shann.m C. avalyn b h(ittrn A. M. Famwr not out St J. Fsrmtr not out ToUl let I *<. BOWLINCi AK I Mutflies topscorlng with 40 In which he hll two six's Q. H.ire-wood hit SO. and N. Alleyne ana not out so. In their tuin ;il the wi. %  < i til out for 128 runs topscoror C. Fields with 24. N Ulejrna did the damage and took i.iCentral wickets for 37 runs after bowling 11 overs .nil 3 ball? Four were maiden | Pialdj t,.nk two 'in 81 V M IT iv PICKWICK AT Y M PC M li 15B tO Burke 42, H. 11 lit D. Peterkln 27; J. Hood two for 22. B Chcc*cmn J7 G Htwd two' for 17). Pickwick 44 for two wickets. College 38 for the losa of six wickets. COMHEKMEKK vs. CENTRAL AT VArCLCSE Combertnrro 1T2 (Mr R Hughes 40. N. Alleyne not out 30. P. Ushley 18, F. Scott 16. M 16.) Central 128 (C. Fields 24, N. Alleyne five for 37. R Fields two for 87). I UIHNTON w I.MIMKE AT ERD1STON Kmpue 321 for -even wlOstata 86, ii Bour&a 88, H BrawCtei II, T Maymrd 84. C. Cuffiey thrao fur 70) WJ< Muruo Itrllllantlne .66 .30 Imperial leather RrilllauMne 88 IS rallaia .>foon Lavendrr 1 44 18 Cologne 1 44 It K.W.V. 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PAtMt FOIR RAHHAtMM ADVOtATK TUESUAV. JULY . i:-: BWpDOsJk ADV5CATE r.l-l*4 b> Ik. Mi-W I. LW. B**M .... Tunday. July 8, 1S52 TIMELY \V\ll\l\4. A VALUED columnist In the Ad\ocate of Sunday look time oif to issue the warning that Foot and Mouth disease had wiped ep and cattle in Canada and had caused considerable damage in ind The warning is timely and Barbados cannot lse u moment in doing everything to avoid the introduction into this island. i newspapan reaching us within the last week show that in one instance a BocK of sheep a ram from which had been aoM to New Zealand (or 500 guineas the week before had been completely wiped out by the introduction of the disease %  D the wheels of the cart. The Government wisely limited movement of animals in this area within a radius of 15 miles. It might be regarded by some people as a storm in a teapot to mention the possibility of foot and mouth disease coming to Barbados; but those who remember the outbreak of malaria in 1927 when we were caught unawares know only too well that if precautions had been token when the note of warning had been sounded that many lives would have been saved. As it was there were only two men in the island at the time whu knew what the anophelene mosquito looked like and what should be done to control it. Dr. J. T. C. Johnson and Dr. Nedd Messiah worked heroically to save Barbados. The columnist who contributed the warnine; i.> an experienced agricultural scientist with many years of experience to his credit and who has seen what the ravages of foot and mouth disease can do with the economy of a country with far greater resources and no more able to withstand it The Warning is timely. The season for migratory birds begins next week, July K>th, and it is on record that foot and mouth disease has been carried into a country on the tool of thOM birds. Writing of the present ravages in England he says: "The present outbreak is thought to have been carried by migratory birds from the continental seaboard where Hie disease is in progress. They bring the infection on their feet and feathers'*. When it is remembered that the increase in the number of Canadians coming to this island, and that the disease can be carried on the wheels of vehicles and the feathers of birds there is every reason for us to exercise every precaution. As our columnist Agricola writes: "We in the West Indies, presently engaged in the building up of improved herds, cannot afford to see these efforts vitiated or even compromised in the dagrsjj by any infectious disease \ i .!M i the nature; and anything like foot-and-mouth would cause a setback from which we might never recover." U will be generally admitted that our Dapartmanl Ol Science and Agriculture is understated and so it is the duly not only of stock owners and plantation owners to be on the alert, but every member of the •mmunity should give some co-operation in this matter aud report the llrst sign of anything unusual in the health or appearance of any animal. There are a lew veterinary otliceis in this island but it must be U of the few that there is always a readiness on their part to come to the assistance of the public, and there is no reason now to feel that in this respect we will not have been well provided for. It is for the public to make the fullest use of their services and to be on the alert, especially during i.ext three months when the plover and the curlew take a rest in the swamps of i bados during their long flights to Patagonia. BACK TO WORK THEY GO ... WITH A PAY GRIEVANCE A Warding To Britain Sdlt | £1.000 a yearIn Blue Cheese wliy. thai means fish and rliijis for an M.P IS YOUR M.P well paid on £1.000 year? I suppose many people think 50 Some may say the salary is far too much. But Is it? I dont ihink so. "What between keeping a home in my constituency." vaid one M.P. the other nl(ht. "paying hotel expenses In London, postage and the rest. I can hardly afford to pay (or a decent meal; that's why I'm having flsh and chips." This succulent dish can now be had. In the select dining room nf ihHouse of Commons at the modest price of one shilling and ten pence, without trimmings. Just plain flsh and chips, which before the war, wrapped up In paper, cost about fourpence. It isn't evory M.P. who cares t Indulge in this proletarian repast. Many of the members are fortunate In having Independent means, others receive fees as company directors, a large number practise at the Bar, and quite a few are professional Journalists. Even some of the trade union member* are not too badly off; they enjoy retainers from their organisations. Most of them can afford to pay the prices compilable with those charged in good-class restaurants. I reckon that about 200 M.P.s have to make-do on their parliamentary salaries, without any supplementary help. This Is rough on the provincial member who lives in his constituency, or outside Uindon. The greater part of his salary is absorbed by hotel costs, meals ot the House, postage, telegrams, trunk calls, subscripti"iis :nd donations, together with something for secretarial help. Every MR delights in popularity, but the more popular ihey axe the more visitor* they attract, and this means hospitality. Some constituents appear lo think mat the cost of entertainment is "i'ii the House." One lady told mc the ulher mornm*. when I took a party round, that she always thought that "tea on the terrnce" was provided free, gratis, and for nothing. MM PAY. EXPENSES TOO IT is now six years since M.P.s had a salary Increase. By EMANL'EI. SHINWFI.L This was ofter a select commitlot nf the House of Commons had recommended that the salary should be increased from £600 to £1,000 a year. Aim-rirun Column I at a pointer to thr Ml may fact British i ijHirta, It t$ cabled hi/ ft. M. MacCOLL LSI AM EL SHIN WELL Why should a member of the Mother of Parliaments be treated less generously than his colleagues Uiioughout the Commonwealth? In South Art ica members of the Lower House are paid a salary of Cl.ftOO a year. In the Australian Parliament they get £1,500, plus mi OXpOf l s e allow anco which voMoa from £400 to £900 according to tbo type of constituency. New Zealand, with a population of fe*er than 2,000,000. pays M.P.s lOM than Britain — £00 a >e;nbiu there is an expense allowance ranging from £250 to £550. Canadian M.P.s get what Is caliad .i %  aaaional indemnity'" of 4.000 dollar* (£1.300) together wiin an annual allowance ol 2.000 dollars. (£060). Most or the Commonwealth ridefree passes on their railways, not only for Ml' I tut also for their wives and families. Free postage Is the rule, and In gome cases secretarial assistance li available free of charge. MM I MAIL THE UAA. excels In generosity to Its legislators. According to the Act of 1946, which governs salaries in the House of Iteprisentatives. thev receive "compensation" at the rate of 12.000 dollars ( £4,285) In addition to a tar-free allowance of 2.500 dollars (£890). This isn't all. They get free mall for all official corrcsponili-ire. travelling allowance on a liberal scale, and up to 0.500 dollar* (£3,800) for "clerk hire." the equivalent of a fulltime secretary. people 'complain: "Why should M P Hx their own salaries?"' Bui eompany directors do so. Salaries for the professional classes are usually determined after negotiation or arbitration Take the case of the doctors who. n'lcr a recent adjudication are expecting to ihin £40.000.000 In all. If electors don't relish the Idea of M P.a fixing their pay. why not refer the matter | not^'i 1 ".U suTprt^L'Srftkme of the best I've ever eaten and I never lead to a substantial Increase in [felt ill afterwards. So apparently it's all parliamentory salaries, pcrhaps| .. ., much more than the public r, 8 nt would like. So the matter had ., mw n Mundt was not to be thus silenced. The WASHINGTON. TOUCH battling in the United States Senate over the question of imported cheese. It is blue cheese, and it roused the fighting instincts of Senator Karl Mundt. of South Dakota (which has a thriving cheese tndusry), and Senator Willis Robertson, of Virginia (where a huge cheese biscuit factory depends almost entirely on imported cheese). The argument is typical of the rows that tariffs produce and shows what may happen at any moment to imports to America, be they bikes from Coventry, or Lancashire textile's. • • MUNDT was dead set on keeping the present ban on imported cheese, as part of the Defence Production Act, and tabled an amendment to extend it. He said: "This filth embedded in foreign cheese would be sh.pped into the United States in competition with the splendid cheeses produced domestically." Retorted Robertson: "Imported cheese is better be left to the Government to decide. A WHISPER THE in' %  •:-ol it majority of M.P.s woi.M probably be met by n straight intcL-a*e of something between £300 and £500 a year. Bal mind mj words; the agitation Is blowing up. and isn't confined to one party. More than one Tory M.P. has whispered in my enr how difficult It Is to meet botfl lii* commitments and his inirllamentary responsibilities. Your M.P. Is no more entitled to live In luxury at the public expense than any other citizen. But after you have given him your vote and placed your political destinies in his hands, don't I he waiits to pay his way look upon him as n bloodsuckei LU They still speak in Chaos C THIS week, when British workers have been paid a tax bonus under the Budget concfjulon. was a week of no-pay in Abudan—-once a rich oil town, now a collection of Idle na i d. htar-kUa machines'. H has been goingon like that for waekt i. it i-irly la Abatl.m but throughout Persia. M'l.s&udcg'.i Government, lightin;r lint.mi's ml boldl> :,1 the Hague International Court, is losing Ihe money rOCO •rhlctl started when the oil grabbers moved in and Britons were moved out. The State owes Its provincial teachers seven months' salary. Compared with what Persia 0W00, in a is insignificant in everything but its significance aa a pointer to bankruptcy. GOVERNMENT DEBT TREASURY cheques drawn on the National Bank of Persia are bouncing Kick. Already the Government owes the Bank £40.000,000. and the governor Is rosining a Cabinet order to senj a further million. The capital of the bank Is only £3.000.000 The money lent :o the Government belongs to private depositors. So if there is a run on the bank, the bubble blown by the aged Mossad?K will well and truly burst. Financial exports both in Teheran and outside Persia believe it will be only a matter of months before this happens— unless Mossadeg can got more US. aid. American money bas already been used to lind work for 20,000 men uiii.i.' idle by the chaos that followed Ihe oil grab. Abudan now Is providing the .i.ii i>( picture that may be reproduced elsewhere In Persist, whatever the Hague Court ruling. ID stoat WOO mire the world's largest reiincrv only %  trickle o( oil is being produced. Almos; the only bustle, the only hum of int.vlty. OOtnM fron the "Five per centers." the pilferers who .t they can and are glad to get live per cent, of whit would have been the negotiable v.lue of the loot. They are broad-miminl. Hi Five per centers. They will handle anything from'tyres to tents, from carburetters to coolers. Their lorries, slipping past security guards by night, travel down streets on v.hich the English name l*>ards have been blotted out by black paint The green lawns cherished by the English families of Abndan are now neglected, uncut, and brown. The English-style hedges arc overgrowr. And the English-style plumbing Installed in the 20.000 workers' homes built by ArigloIranlan is failing through Inciltclem maintenance. FORBIDDEN CITY WITH it all, .V adan looks like becoming a new forbidden city f the oil wells and retro (ommunlcating In i. '. .i i>f lechnip ut me. And surprise No. 2. In the Abatl'tn Guest House the menu Is, as before. In atoallah. What is more, the cooks an* serving I w bosses the same dMMM they served to the old. AGITATORS AMONG the jobless oil worfc> i .. who grumble in another language, demoralisation Is making rapid progress. Communist agitators from thr Tudeh Party are exploiting them with skill. The administrative ne battlefields of lntrttuo. Meetings of executives held up btcnusc officials are on speaking terms with enrh o'her. Bvaryoaa who can rushes I 'HI an to get protection and p-itronage from the politicians whu are now Interfering mor*. and more with the personnel profalanM at Abadan. Ootttral Riahai. the tall soldier-geologist, who I*. In charge of the rsjnnory. has bcei putting up a sail resistance to political pressures. but one after ii'iothcr he has lost his most reliable assistants •jtHi it is feared that ha himself will soon be replaced.—L.E.S Senator from Virginia," he said smoothly, "is a great, unusually robust, Herculean sort ol person, and he could withstand an almost unlimited amount of stress and strain." • • THEN Senator Burnet Maybank, of South Carolina, delivered an unkind cut (and he a fellow Southerner of Robertson, too?) pointini; out the little matter of the Virginian biscuit factory, which relies so heavily on the imported stuff for its processes. In the end the Mundt amendment was narrowly defeated--but. as the Washington Post points out, the man in the street "must be chagrined indeed by these disclosures, which show why vociferous arguments are sometimes made for and against States' rights and State's proctectiopism." MOUNTING chaos on American domestic ..ii linos. Reasons— a tremendous jump in business as the holiday season swings into top jiear, and a bti$ turnover of clerical and ticketcounter sUill. Travellers who make telephone bookings ahead of time turn up at the airfields, to find DO <>fttn nobody knows anything about it and, sorry, the plane is full up. LET US now consider the case of the Bratno less a dignitary than Fred Vin%  on, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, has just done. The Bralburds and their troubles came all the way up to the Chief Justice from a humble Maryland police court, where they originally appeared on gambling charges. The factor that lifts the matter out of the humdrum is that, to obtain evidence, the Maryland police used a "wire tap" on the private phone of Eddie and Ruth Bratburd. "1 Silver Spring. Did this or did it not violate the constitutional rights of the Bratburds? Judge Vinson grants a stay of execution of their sentence-six month! in jail, plus fines of £ 170 apiece— until next autumn, while he considers the question. IN the State Prison at Joliet, Illinois, officials at first tried to ignore 2a-year-old convict Michael Parille when he climbed into the rafters above the dining halt and refused to emerge. Pariile is 'unhappy" about an umpire's decision in a baseball game against another prison team. But it is now difficult to Ignore him altogether, because he has started "bombing" the diners below with well-aimed electric light bulbs. Oiir Headers Say: Gft>r#f Ihmlv Xnii Him To lh Editor, Tin/tih>:• to tell your renders that tbo producer Ml v I'll known to jrOtt, <> % %  to drool bO incidents %  while you mre ;irdrntlj sampling West Indian life on a bus. nppenrs t.i me to be at range rm-ihod of literary crtttetan. After complalnlnjT that DIM "is still used ns a vehicle for intioMr. Hunte later i ;>resse-j me most tbo fiillure of VOry writer to keop himself or herself out "f the publication. Unlcits Gloria Esooffery happened to be a blood %  n-r how eoulil pressions of En) u*opoon countries bo of .ill his making a of I* A O H>more's impressions of England published in venrs ago. A a student of (or perhaps a dabbler in) psychology and during the war he ran an cnorinalyaio, I Bad Inu latOtnoaa canteen for the >v moot most Interesting, just as I England. Reviewing a Speech Day lind Mr. Hunte himself a fasclnaat Queen's College he opines that ting subject. 1 read the newsundue importance is attached papers of the several W I. eolonowadays to the possession o( nlcs fairly reguiarly and I know Certificates, and as proof he men. n H? r **"", %  "* practising: tiona casually that he imssessr* tn the West Indies to-day who ^ f PUPr [nan four H ihcr Orso reliabb' commlta the very Ofltatot, (enumcmhng to offencewhich Mr. Hunte hero tlncti-ns) I could go on like this imputes to the writers in DIM. almost indefinitely, so rich Is the Hero are ju : %  few examples, store of huntlana with which Mr. Immediately following the same Hunte has regaled his readers, •review* of Bun. Mr Hunte writes We know, for instance, that he n abort paragraph of 7S words to has a four-year-old son born in Inform his readers that Pan has a Leap Year, and we have been lepublished A. G. MrDoneU's prlvileg-d to read something England their K-inland. Those "3 about nut,. Hunte's linguistic words Included the following30: achievements; we know that Pi.pa "I read It tr thefirst lime ton Hunte nnd his brother used to years later tehen (lationed some play as boys in the grounds of iiir.-. %  tiiouMiid feet In the hills the now St. Cecilia barracks and looking doun on Beirut. Since that one day the twain excavated then I hnt'c lu'ice re-read If. In some historic thing-a-bobsy; we •leviewing* a travel book a few know th.t while in England Mr. years ago Mr. Hunte told his Hunte has sat at the same table readers about the hundreds of w Uh several big shots (called in rhteb he had himself travthe U.K. V.l.I's.) including H. C. elled. and confided that he had Wells and Lulsc I tain iiafccd la ti*inlrr In some highbig shot In the Colonial Office, land stream'nr other. The Heada nnWe lurd this time, during master of Harrison College, during >hc course of :, little chat with speech Day report, Mr. Hunt, .oawhed (Or mentions the dire need of a school phone and put through o transcanteen, and Mr. Hunte enthusias. ntl. tically supports the motion In Hunte bJ wrttafl DM the ,\rfrooidcr to tell bis reudcis I %  •>' ot his War cxpe.Ien.es; he goes to Canada these days of dissimulation and i n Ei tHaU UM-. gad "ii hisrediplomacy licit I thoroughly enjoy turn he wilte. ex i-aUiedra about reading him. Do you know any tne great Dominion; he visits other Journalist who would so Mart nlquifor a not much longer chastely write:— "If BIM is goperlof!, and again he unselfishly ing to bo a West Indian literary mvttes the readers >f the Adeomnsazine it h.\s got to aim hlohrr cue to share with him his ex(shades of Malvolioj than perienccs. After all of this, 1 am iipprova! in Lnndrm. ft has got forced into the dismal realization to moke me tcanr fo spend two that, s u roador of the Adrouur, rhUUnp*.'"' And this is neither 1 am %  blood relative of Mr. cOAOOll i. i -.: boat, but an exHuiite, for by hi* own argument, prevlon of opinion could hla Impressions of Tho lruthi of course ^ ^^ ft "22, **"""!*•" the rutiire of West Indian litera<. untr.es. Asia, North America, ^^ j s m no way oependent upon Africa (for I remember his con.gy Hunter approbaUon. And Mr. flding that he sat in an expensive i Iunte knows this. Can It be that, rotel in Cairo) the West Indiea, !nrkilll t he creative gift hiin;,nd even tho c untry arena off ^f j,, ero revolti at any sign mrbadn* t>e of Interest* And lf tl ,„ utht r w*t Indians, and nil.,all or this too. Mr. Hunte Ulcrof(J ,. n^aor* hia! Incapablo wvitea: "What depronaes me most ..^vprt | n spii^, 0 f hlnwolf—<** alvrjt nTM is the failure of alrrsot* making ^ oyectlvo assessment every w.iter to keep himseU or of ^ 6lcn inc.ut literary moveherself Out of *• piihhcalten. r c(U whkh u uklng ^^ n |hft This nec.isation of Mr. Hunte 1 West Indies to-day? "I And CaiibM : %  > mu.'h sn-irlslng as bean Voice-* so dull/' writes h* In connrmat.M-y; the otterntive word the course of Ihe retHcu? of HIM. in It Is de ( >rrMrs. it H a well% %  n 1 .u I bat recognised sub-conscious trait n I that ve tend to be Irritated or lurn u off. I also turned off Derek depressed when we see our own Waloott'a \c.^e play Hart faults (faults l %  reason. It bored repudiate) m&nored u Ottawa, Two iQoponstbli Mr. Hunte's egotism Is so unrecently expressed vtewi on the blushing, so naive, so honest in pi*srt development of We | Indian literature, and on the part which HIM iiilovlng in It. A correspondent In the Times Literal y Supplement of May, 23rd. In to article entitled WEST INDIAN WRITERS, says infer alia "There Is a number ot small magazines (in the WI.) of which the must distinguished is the barbadian BIM". and In Vol. 2 No. 2. of CARIBBEAN QUARTERLY, (the Journal of the University College of the West Indies) we read that "BIM It Uic most important literary journal of the Eastern Caribbean .... the work of the Bditon has been a very great service to the literature of the Caribbean a^ea.•• Against these opinions we may place Mr. Hunte's: "BIM conspicuously fails to sound an authantk wont bsdlan note.'' What is an authentic Wet Indian noU when applied to literature" l< Mr. Hunte looking for another steel band, or perhaps another Calypso? S!-iill we seize the Bptrtl ot Pootjr, 'born lenealh a dancUig star* and enshackle her between the Tropic bars of Cancer and Capricorn? West Indian literature has nothii*5 to fear so long as It can con'Inue to earn the disapproval of gate. Yoursfjithfully, O. O. B. 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- Republican Convention Start:

Ike Wants Rules Altered
To Reduce Taft’s Lead

(By LYLE C. WILSON)
CONVENTION HALL, Chicago, July 7.
The twenty-fifth Republican National convention got
off to an angry start Monday with big state delegations
backing General Dwight D. Eisenhower’s proposal for rule
change vital to his bid for presidential nomination.
Republican National Chairman Guy George Gabrielson
belatedi y called 1,206 delegates to order after a series of
state Caucus votes which seemed to assure vietory for the

Eisenhower rules manoeuvre.

Eisenhower’s managers pressed
the battle of the “stolen” delegates
toward a showdown as Republic-
an fai streamed to the mam-
moth air-conditioned convention
hall for the opening session. Party
elders strove to avert a floor fight.
But Eisenhower strategists who
rejected all compromise offers
last week learned that Taft was
cold to compromise.

What they might work out was
not clear. One Eisenhower leader
said the change proposal is “being
modified every minute.” In an-
other convention time develop-
ment Eisenhower headquarters
disclosed that governor Dewey
Roosevelt McKeldin of Maryland
will nominate the General when
the candidates are put before the
convention Wednesday. McKeldin
“favourite son” and the choice of
the Maryland delegation appar-
ently will try to swing his state’s
24 votes to Eisenhower on the
first ballot.

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U.K. Experts
Seek End To
Attackson U.S.

Ry HAROLD GUARD
LONDON, July 7.

British officials, newspaper
editorials and experts on inter-
national affairs called on Mon-
day for an end to attacks on
American foreign policy from
this side of the Atlantic as the
battle for a Republican presi
dential candidate raged in Chi-
cage.

One high official with fiftgt-
hand knowledge of the An
American exchanges,’ particularl
on Far Eastern questions, refer
red to the month’s talks between
Poreign Secretary Anthony Eder
ud Seeretary of State Dean
Acheson which he said dealt
with*“the realities behind a dip-
lomatic facade,”

The officials said “despite ten
or » Keren avd related
questions, they found full agree-
ment in the realities. of the in
ternational scene. It is only
from such an agreement that two
countries can draw strength from
each other to face up to the
‘hreats of aggression. We feel
now there should be an end te
criticism of the United States!

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SOUTH KOREAN NATIONAL ASSEMBLYMEN battle their way through a mo! of 500 supporters of President
lative building for five hours.
Blege of the assemblymen was the latest outburst in Rhee’s fight for reelec ion (International Radiophoto)

Syngman Rhee after the lawmakers had been imprisoned in the Pusan le

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Guy Fawkes
Comes Rack

To Life?

LONDON, July 7.

Scotlana Yard | rushed
poxicemen to tne Houses ol
rariuament Monday to search
lor a bomb after an anony-
mous telephone caller said
the House of Commons
would be blown up if the
Korean war was not brought
l® an end at once.

The telephone caller—
whose voice police said was
that of an educated man—
said explosives were already
in place under the Commons
Chamber and that the charge
would go off when members
were about to enter. The
vaults under the Parliament .
buildings were thoroughly
searched before the session
got under way, but police
found no trace of explosives.

The Police were satisfied
that the telephone threat
was the work of a hoaxer or
crank .—U.-P.



Guy Fawkes, a Yorkshire
Catholic, with Robert Cates-
by and other conspirators
lanned the Gunpowder

lot in 1605. Although
warned of the discovery of
the plot, Fawkes persisted _
and was captured in the cel-
lar of the Parliament House
and hanged.

The Gunpowder Plot was
the eonspiracy entered upon
by a desperate band. of
Catholics’ in the reign of
James I to avenge the harsh
treatment to which the

mee ee uaa eh ,
ia aamaae'svagt For Martinique Meet

idward Mad Earle, “tallin4!

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tof Robe: A. Taft wh W, I d e hemselves Englishman ane
as < —, Tatake ot ain est haies 613 Die Over American who havp been frienus

BARBADOS had sae of its Catholics were subjected in
SEVEN Barbadiz -yclists left Seawe hey + wector.|Worst Weather for the year on these days
lay By. y ee ufign oyclista i ee awell Sos ye . Y Sunday, Fairly heavy showers Barrels of gunpowdeér Were
tested delegates if the rules and professional associates i} “@Y Morming by BW... for Martinique to take part IN\¢ci) ‘throughout the day. They secreted in the vaults under

he study of international affair | the eycle meet which is being held on July 14 to celebrate |
or thirty years.” |
Tension " between U.S, an@!

| Europe and members of thé;
eek-end ; western community, has beep

taken to heart and effectively; toad race will however take place on July 13, while the

: ! : ; v ere accompanied by thunder and neath the Houses of Parlia-
the fall of the Bastille, a National Day throughout France |s>erp flashes of lightning. ment, and it was proposed {

ind her colonies. The house of Helena McIntosh to fire these when the Kins -
> ai ave of ination . 4 diane 0 Hampton, St. Philip, was ind his Ministers assembled
The main event of the programme. the 150 kilometer siruck by lightning at about 2.00 on the 5th November 1605
oclock in the evening. Me-



change goes through, criticized the Sugar R U.S. Hi lid
penpesel as a’ te to ehahes the ecord e e oO L ay
*rules in the .niddle of the game.”

‘Aa the Convention opened Taft Expected

had 538 delegate votes and Eisen-
hower 428 in United Press tabula-





tion based on pledges and known|, THE latest figures from the , dealt with because disunity | track events will take place the following day.

‘West Indies Sugar Association
wy Be ges ge contested 'put the British Caribbean’s estim-
é@ee + i : ated production for 1952 at over

gates from voting on any issue \900 000. tons ‘A total
before the Convention until they |)’ en a record total for
ne anek 4 2 es old ! All the British West Indies
rmits contested. delegates to | territories show increases with}
ete on all contests except their | the exception of Barbados, which
own, In preliminary manoeuvring | '@sisters a drop from the 1951 all-
Republican national committee Mar an chee of 187,000
snr aR V8 ea Te eegrts | t,"baggentpacctitge increase
De d Test ¥ is recorded by Antigua, expected
r man es to manufacture 32,400 tons this
ot a By agg cpa i year, compared with 18,912 tons
mittee tentatively awarded to ag SS

British Guiana, “Jamaica, “and
Taft, the Eisemhower forces de- ,,
a ea Fi diate Nest ob Trinidad are likely to be about

235,000 ‘tons, 277,000 tons and
their proposal to amend the 40- 160,000 tons respectively.
year-old convention rule. Total British Colonial sugar

Eisenhower’s managers claimed | »,oquction last year again show-
enough to push through a change} eq an increase. Mauritius produc-
whieh would bar the contesfed)eq a record crop of 456,000 tons
issue until formally seated, That{auing the | 1951/52 season. Ex-
i . s itish I-
would keep disputed pro-Taft Bere of sugar.trom “Eritish Co!

; onial territories in 1951 totalled
delegates, from Louisiana for ex- just over 1,300,000 tons, and these
ample, from voting on a «pntest

over the Texas delegation chports are. expected to reach

; " .,| 1,870,000 tons this year. During

Taft's campaign manager David} 1959" under the Commonwealth
S. Ingalls denounced the rules for Sugar Agreement signed last
the change as a “desperate last|December, Britain’s Ministry of
minutes” move by Eisenhower} Fooq will purchase the whole of
forces*to salvage a “lost Oe the Commonwealth’s exportable

surplus, /
COMMITTEE TO PROBE

BELIZE NEWSPAPER
RICE BOARD URGED | -hiTOR BOUND OVER

GEORGETOWN, June 28. TO KEEP PEACE
Honourable Daniel P. Debidin BELIZE B.fL, July 7.

would like the Governor to appoint

Lindberg Goldson, editor of the
a Select Committee of the Legisla-| peijze Billboard, has been bound
tive Council to examine and en-

nine
quire into the working of the Brit- over to keep the peace for

months following the publication
ish Guiana Rice Marketing Board.|0/°2n article which accused Brit-

He has given notice of a motion jicsh troops of atrocities.
in the Council stressing that there} He had written an editorial
were many causes for dissatisfac-|suggesting that the death of a
tion in the working of the Board, | citizen last spring was not simply
and in the taking and discharging |a shooting incident as stated by
of personnel . British authorities —(CP)

Land Referm For
Vietnam Announced

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CHICAGO, July 7.

Millions of North Americans
were back home after a long
Fourth of July Independence Day
weekend holiday during which
more than 600 persons met vio-
lent deaths.

An unofficial survey from 6 p.m.
on Thursday to midnight on Sun-
day showed at least 613 persons
died in various accidents—356 in
highway mishaps, 176 by drown-
ing, seven in plane crashes, 2 by
fireworks, and 72 in miscellaneous
accidents.

The majority returned from

the weak point in the West |
armour”, the two university pros}
fessors wrote from the Institute)
for Advanced Study at Prince«
ton. New Jersev

The long letter reviews all the
fauses of Anglo-American rift
end emphasizes the America) |
burden in Korea as the chie,}
bone of contention, |

“The shadow of Korea hangt!
over every American home ane
takes the toll of eyery American
purse; in many respects Kore |
mean to America what Malay?)
means to Britain and Indo Chir .

means to France” the-letter ‘sale:

fishing streams, beaches and re-/ The writers expressed regret for

sorts to suffer in a collar wilting | some aspects of American hand-|Mr. L. A. Lynch, Life Vice-Presi-
heat wave that blistered much of jling of Far Eastern
the United States. As high as/ pecially the Korean

the accidental death toll was, the
‘otal of auto fatalities fell below
predictions. The National Safety
Council had predicted 430 persons
would be killed in traffic accidents
alone.—U.P.

Danes Will
Deliver Ship

COPENHAGEN, July 7.
Danish Parliamentary leaders
agreed Monday to back up the
Government's decision to speed
delivery of a Danish built tanker
to the Soviet Union over United
States warnings that delivery
would be a violation of United

States-Danish Aid agreement.



The United States last week
warned Denmark that delivery of
the 13,000 ton tanker Apsheron at
present completed is in violation
of the “Battle Act” by which
Congress voted recently to pro-
hibit United States aid to coun-
tries which export strategic
materials to the Soviet bloc.

United States Ambassador in
Copenhagen Mrs. Eugene Ander-
son was informed of the decision
immediately following the meet-
ing and officials said the Danish
Government would give a formal
reply to the United States later in

affairs es.
armistice

| talks, but said criticism must!

end.—U.P.

Big “3”’ Reply To |
Russia Delayed

LONDON, July 7.

Official sources reported on
Monday that the Western By
Three reply to Russia’s latest}
note on Germany has been de-
layed again. American, British
and French experts have been
asked by their governments to
reduce the note they drew up
in Paris last week.

The note is not expected to be
delivered in Moscow until late
this week. Suggestions from
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer of
West Germany are being incor-
porated into the reply.

The West will express readi-
hess to meet the Russians for di-
rect talks on the setting up of
an impartial investigating com-
mission which is to determine
whether the conditions are con-
ducive to the holding of all Ger-
man elections.—U.P.

Another Secret
lruce Session Held
MUNSAN, Korea, July 7.

United Nations and Communist
armistice negotiators held their





fohn Skinner, Duncan Keizer, | N bs
/onald Brathwaite and Darniey| (WCW OF

r ee
vents, Fo | un =a ae
| Mr. J. W, B. Chenery, President r isla

jtheir first experience outside of] instructions, is expected to meet

to the type of terrain they would} “Qne a day” terrorist atacks
|




















Comprising the Barbados con -~ =~ 7
igent are Lisle “Carmichael,

jinart who wip take part in the e
oad race and George Hill and F h Plan
David Grant, the two reserves rence

who will enter for the track

{

of the Amateur Athletic Associa-
ion, accompanied the team as TUNIS, July 7.
manager with Mr. C. E. Jemmott,| New delays for France's Tun~
Assistant Secretary of the Asso- noe aoa pee fey
ula y ‘ na! © onda, when ‘renc
oo Sn oe, itesident General Jean de Haute-
‘At the Airport to see the boys}clocque had his first meeting in
off and wish them success were] {ive weeks with Tunisian Prem-
ier Salah Edine Baccouche,
dent of the Association, Mr; Gil- Tunisian quarters said Bac-
mour Rocheforde, Honorary Sec-| couche was cordial to the French
retary and many of their relatives] leader but was unable to prom-



ind friends. ise the acceptance of the French ]0!
Before leaving, Mr, Chenery] programme leading to eventual]t
aid that the boys were not only} homerule without the Bey's

fit, but were keen and cheerful] «pproval.
and were looking forward to the Hauteclocque who rq@turned
tour. For most of them, it was| Saturday from Paris with new

Barbados and they were allj the Bey this week — perhaps
anxious to do well, Tuesday-—-in ap attempt to win

The conditions in Martinique he} over the Arab ruler, But circles
said were unusual and the boys| close to the Bey reported he had
had never participated in any, giver’ the impression that he
events like the 150 kilometer, the| would attempt to delay the pro-
main event of the programme ramme, to bolster his position
Fortunately, they would have a,With the anti-Reform-national-

few days before the race was|ists. They said he might re-
cheduled to start in which they] shuffle his Ministry in the process
would be able to get accustomed

i i sanwhile continued with a
have to traverse. With the skill; C@nw
they already possessed, he believ- bam : eae oa the, xelluane, sta-
ed that they would easily adapt ait be t nie ae hee miles
themselves to the new conditions.) CU") © unis. 1e «charge

| exploded near the station buffet lution



| but there were no injuries,
Hauteclocque went on the air
Mak Sunday night to tell Tunisians
Jets e that the French five-year pro-
> eae is “a substantial reality
jut it cannot succeed without

Record Flight [" goodwill and faith of all.”

UP.



HONOLULU, July ‘%. |
Twenty F84 Thunderjet fighter

borbers bound for the Korean 3 Charged With

war front landed here after a five-

hour and twenty seven minutes Floating Corpse
nonstop flight from California’s ,
Murder

Travis air force base. The 2,400-
mile air to air refuelling flight

Intosh, who was ot home, fell in
a.) unconscious condition.

She was examined by Dr. C.
Hiutson whe informed the Police
)
ym shock, her condition was not
serious.

rhe house is 18 x 9 feet with
shecroof
eastern side was extensively
d smaged.

were out of order yesterday,
impossible T5 get through to
Police Stations at District “EB”
and Speightstown. }

was
Lie

. othe shower:
were intermittent,
majority,
varying
heavy

Roads which are badly in need

continuously,

than an inch of rain.

St whieh an inch and



New Gevernment
For [ran Likely

TEHERAN, July 7.
Mohammed Reza
gave Premier Mohammed Mossa-
degh the green light Monday to
form a new government for Iran.
The Shah received Mossadegh in
audience at the palace following
the passage of the Senate’s reso-
Mossadegh’s
forming a new government.—U,P.

LPP LE LPLLLLP LPL PLP

The choice of those who
necognise Quality, and
of those who employ

Economy ...

rare combination realised in

was the longest of its kind ever

(From Our Own Correspondent)

\ letter of warning to Lord
Monteagle led to the dis-
eovery of the plot and Guy
Fawkes and his to-conspira-
tors were arrested and ex-
ecuted.

In most parts of the Brit-
ish Commonwealth of Na-
tions today the Gun Powder
Plot is celebrated by chil-
dren and even grown-ups
on the Sth November when
occasion is taken to let off
fire-crackers, bombs and
other minor exglosives.—Ed.



Legaret Wins
Bye Election

PARIS, July 7.

The second round of the bye-
election here to replace the re~
signing French People’s Rally
Deputy was won by a right of
Centre candidate who defeated
the Communist candidate by a
large majority.

Jean Legaret, Right of Centre
(R.G.R.) candidate who came a
close second in the first round of
the elections two weeks ago was
elected to replace R.P.F, candidate
Pasteur Vallery-Radot wha re-
signed because he said he was
“disgusted” with politics,

Legaret, a technical councillor
to the Minister of National De-
fence Rene Pleven and Professor

various law and _ political

schools, received 146,018 votes as
compared to his Communist oppo-
nent Gaston Ouguet 53,452 votes.

—UP.

SAIGON, July 7, the day. The Danish view ex- a sone ks meeting | attempted and was the first leg
: j Mondav| Pressed by Foreign Minister Ole o-Gay & ‘N. spokesman said.; of the flyers’ course to Japan. GEORGETOWN, June 28.
: New Vietnam Premier Nguyen Van Tam on sonday Byorn Kraft who headed the meet-| Proceedings were on a business| Aircraft attached to the 31st] Three men were arrested and = s
night announced a sweeping land reform programme ¢ wrged with the murder of 70-| ¥ °

r ee ing is that the contract for the|like basis. The single issue of Fighter Escort Wing of Strategic ( %
at wooing landless peasants from communisin at the ¢x-) Apsheron two other tankers and) ie exchange of prisoners of war Air Command, left Travis at 91) sold ‘Kamruttan, sugar estate| $ = “THE LABEL WITH THE KEY"
Pete Premier who pledged to “intentify” the struxite| ni cis in o4e sever year], furdey sp mecine glass fe by adalional planes tors] crcrara how ded body” was| §
against Vietminh Essormisiats oo he came ib oon Rees, Me US. onmrees gaaeed ae eens den | yer tee gallina’ dail {und floating in a backdam| $ Wines, Brandies and Liqueurs
June 3 outlined these main points in a private i EW.V.2 omaarne

K.W.V. Coronation Wine

.W.V. Old Brown Sherry

. Amontillado Sherry

%
3 William P. Nuckols, U.N, Com-|on the record flight, the planes|‘'@n¢h om June 16 last, *
S ‘ st ti > —v. . | ’ p maa ‘
during which he disclosed his plan to give small holdings|”"”” herefore be filled —U.P. | s1and\ spokesman indicated thai | were refuelled in the air by huge|,, The accused men are John z
to thousands of penniless peasants. %
. Old Oloroso Sherry
Sweet Vermouth.



Peds refrained from using propa- | lanes converted into flying fuel|°°P€rs, 52-year-old Rural Con-
SAMs ee Sa aee Ia S janda blasts to-day Both sides -tations, able and Ranger, Rudolph Tyrell
' 7 P rod tead prepared statements dealing, U.S, Airforce officials expected] (23) and Mangra (22) labourers of
Firstly the land tax will be ugar . ucers wi . ord 7 r saw PL > i

altered to make it negligible for New Envoy to U. S. ith the exchange of prisoners,| the pilots to take off for the =|, mn. De Kinderen

7 I ; “me
small property owners but crush-| Hold Private Talks Yuckols said, cond leg of their trip Wednes

s ) He refused to say whether pro- day, but would not give any in-
ingly heavy for proprietors of; 9

huge estates, Secondly some kind gress has been made,—(CP)
of agricultural credit fund will be
set up to enable landless peasants ;

Ramrattan’s body was found |
with a pieée of wire tied around |
his neck |



(From Our Own Correspondent)

cication as to flight plans —U.P
LONDON, July 7. ae /





to purchase territories available}
at prices laid down by governs;
ment. : }

The Premier said he already |
had obtained the accord of the
majority of large landowners to}
the scheme particularly ... in|
areas where squatters long moved }
in on large estates under the veil-|
ed protection of Vietminh bands. |

The Premier’s action is the first |
direct move on the part of Inger
China state government to com-
bat Vietminh promises cf a land}
reform programme along the lines
of that carried out by the Chinese}




communists,

}



ing here today. Representatives
were present from the West
Indies, Fiji, Mauritias, South
Africa and Australia. Mr. J. M.
Campbell of the West India Com-
mittee was in the chair.

Matters discussed it is under-
stood included future shipments
to Cinada

No Food Ministry officials were
present, the meeting being purely
domestic, but it 1s anticipated that

Ministry officials later this week

Another Domestic meeting i«
planned for Wednesday and it is



es held a private four tourmee] Wanderers Score 296

The third series of the Interme-
diate matches began on Saturday,
good wickets prevailing.

D, I. Lawless scored a brilliant
undefeated 163 in the Wander-|
ers—Carlton fixture at Carlton. |
The home tearm were kept on the
field for nearly the entire day |

Lawless enabled the Bay team
to amass 296 runs, His score in- |



| cluded 24 fours and a six, C. R.|
there will be discussions with|

Packer contributed a valuable 47
before he was caught by Harding |

ren to make over 20 runs. |

‘he could open his secount. G.|to oceupy the wicket and scored |
Matthews was bowled by Skeete]|18!1. C. Springer top scored with}
for one run. Marshall is six not|« well played 61. He was bowl-
out. ed by Thornton Other good}

At Combermere the schoolboys | scores were G. Cheltenham 31 and

}and Packer were the only bats- |°®

}
one each for 35 and 54 respective-)oif him. He clean bowled Taylor |
ly nd Clarke for 11 and 18 respec- |
Bad Start ‘ively. Drayton has eight not out
Carlton got off to a bad start o his eredit.
They have lost two wickets for Springer Top Scores
only eight runs. H. Burke was Poliee met Windward at Queen's)
ut leg before to J. Corbin before] Park. The Constables were first

|

iinst Empire. Wilkinson top- Bowling for Windward, C
scored with 47 before being out|Thornton took three for 41 in 13|

Dry Vermouth
VAN DER HUM LIQUEUR
Superior “Key’’ Brandy

Against Carlton 3

SEOVREOEOOT VOOVOODIF PPG PDSS PO SIA SF

-

off the bowling of Gill. Lawless |Knocked up 133 in their als Sealy 26.

thought possible the Food Minis-| Lawless came to the wicket at |'¢s before to Prescod. Inniss, one

overs. H.M, Farmer took two for
Nguyen Van Tam said many | try will be called in to discussions; about 2.00 p.m. and when the|of the opening batsmen, made a

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and Ralph Farmer two for 7%

large land owners are already | ; possibly Friday ; Wanderers’ innings closed at|P*#tient 36 . Windward in their first innings Health
selling off their property in the} | | approximately aoe p.m. he Tite € a was 4 ne ee | hi ve ao oe wire ae 81 — >
hope of gettin a bigger price } | peared to be st quite comfor-| bowler to worry e¢ schoolboys. | Opening batsman Thornton scorec -
than the Sinticlpated government | | DEAN ACHESON | table. 7 |He sent down 11 overs and twola valuable 49 d 8
offers. Although some Vietnam) | | A. Nicholson was the most suc- balls and took four wickets for 27 | G. Shannon was the outstand- an $
factions consider the Premier’s} IN SAO PAULO } cessful bowler for the Black Roi } pune Prescod alsq bowled very|ing bowler for Police. He sent %
scheme as “revolutionary” in-| jteam. He sent down seven overs| Well. He took three for 17 in 15|down eight overs of which one S
formed sources said it has the} G. L. Merta | SAO PAULO, {and took three for 46. G. Gill, |overs of which six were maidens.|was a maiden, and took four ‘ x
backing of most elements as being | , U.S. Secretary of S who also bowled fairly steady, ! Harris took two for 35 in 11 overs | wickets for 24 runs. C. Griffith | Happiness %
the best possible barrier against} 1% HAS BEEN announced in New | con arrived here at took three for 59 in ten overs. Empire in reply have lost two|took the other wicket for three 8
communism in marginal areas. | Delhi that G. L. Merta has been | on the last day of a goodwill visit|G. Matthews took two for 32 in|wickets for 37 runs. Brathwaite|runs. He bowled five overs, two R

¥ | appointed India’s Ambassador to 'to Brazil He left Rio by plane} nine overs while Hammond Burke |}took. both wickets in four over j being maidens, y

—UP. the United States. (International) at 1243 GMT.—U.P. ‘and Kenny Hutchinson captured and only 12 runs were scored

@ On Page 8 SLL LLEELELELSLCPSESSOS LOSS SSESSSSGSSSSIOOGY
PAGE TWO



Caub Calling



Bare eee NORMAN TANG,
Mir r of Health and Local
Government who is acting Minis-
ter of Labour Industry and Com-
merce for the Hon'ble Albert
Gomes, arrived here yesterday
morning by B.W.LA. from Trini-
dad as one of the colony’s dele-
gates to the Oils and Fats Con-
ference which opens at Hastings
House this morning.

The other Trinidad delegates
who arrived by the same oppor-
tunity yesterday morning, were
Hon’ble H. E. Robinson and Mr.
O. C. Papineau, Economic Adviser.
They were accompanied by their
three advisers, Mr. E, V. Wharton,
C.B.E., Chairman of the Cocoanut
Growers’ Association, Mr, G.
Montes de Oca, representative of
West Indian Oil Industries and
Mr, C, L. Blanchfield who is rep-
resenting one of the small manu-
facturers

Hon'ble E.A.C. Hughes, Barris-
ter-at-Law, St. Vincent who was



in Trinidad for the Races, also
arrived...yesterday morning by
B.W.LA. to attend the Conference.
They are all staying at the Marine

Hotel, I

For Health Reasons

MR. F. E. C. BETHELL

Turfites Return
R. F. E. C. BETHELL of
Friendship Plantation, St.
Michael and Mr. J. C. M. Marsh of
ISS -EBEN MILLINGTON, Bannatyne Plantation, Christ
Assistant Teacher of St. Church and Mr, K, D. Edwards of
James Girls’ School, was among Messrs, Smith and Atwell were
the passengers leaving yesterday among the turfites returning by
by B.W:LA. for Puerto Rico en B.W.LA. on Sunday night after
route for the U.S.A. attending the T.T.C. Summer
Miss Millington who jis on six Meeting.
months’ leave, has gone up in the Mr. F. Thirkell, Mr, Thomas
interest of her health. Wilder and Mr. Pat Fletcher, three
‘ jockeys who rode at the meeting,
Intransit also returned by the same oppor-
R. E. L. GUY, doctor of public tunity.

health of the U.S.A. and Mrs. For Annual
Guy who were holidaying in : Ue
Trinidad, arrived here yesterday General Meeting

morning by B.W.1.A. intransit on R, NESTER BAIZ, Director of
their way back to the U.S.A. They ; _ Bottlers Ltd. arrived from
expect to leave by the Lady Trinidad yesterday morning by
Nelson tonight. B.W.LA. from. Trinidad to attend

Dr. Guy who is also an Episco- the _company’s annual general
pal Clergyman, was trained in the Meeting. He expects to be here
ministry at Codrington College. 0% two weeks staying at the

i n Ocean View Hotel.
Methodist Minister
EV, JOHN PARKER of St. Home Economics
George’s Methodist Church, R. J. NICOL, Education
Grenada, arrived there yesterday Adviser to the Comptroller
morning as a deputation to attend for Development and Welfare,
the Missionary Meeting of the returned from Trinidad over the
James Street Methodist Church, Teresita be Fee fon ore
He was accompanied by his wife Economics and Nutrition in Edu-

and they will be here for two “ 7
weeks: staying at “Epwerth Cation at Kent House. :
House”, Fontabelle. Miss Ivy Alleyne, Organiser of

the Housecraft Centre who had
also attended the Conference,
returned home yesterday morn-
ing by B.W.IA,

Leaving To-night

On Holiday

PENDING two weeks’ holiday
in Barbados are Miss Ursula

del Costello, Matron of St, Augus-
tine’'s’ Nursing Home, Port-of-
Spain and Miss Gloria Walker of R. MAC DONALD JOEL of
Trinidad. “They arrived yesterday Bermuda who had been holi-
morning by B.W.1.A. and are stay- daying in this island leaves to-
ing at the Ocean View Hotel, night by the R.M.S. Lady Nelson

on his return home.
Spent Three Weeks

During his stay in Barbados he

was the guest of Miss Millicent

RS. ROSE MOORE, an Ameri- ; e cae
can citizen who was holiday-

Gibson of Chapman Street.
4 Mr, Joel is a musician and
ing in-Earbados for the past three showed
weeks,

his excellence as a

s, returned home yesterday trombone player when he took two
morning “by B.W.I.A via Antigua jtems at Madame Ifill’s Star Bud
and Puerto Rico, Show at the Drill Hall last week.

NCE again it*has happened. And, to wind up with a garden-

A picture which drew ing hint : don’t let the larks get
crowds and won “very faveurable at your mushrooms.

comment” at an exhibition in the

Midlands, was found to have been

hung upside down. Durendal

Here are some replies you ‘
moderns can make when you PHOTOGRAPH in the paper
have been caught loudly admir- of a large collection of

ing a picture hung the wrong way Walking-sticks reminded me that
up:— beside my great staff Durendal
(i) Don’t. you see, that is the they would look like toothpicks.
right way to get its full effect? | Durendal is old and gnarled now,
(ii) T-don't deny that it would and I think that one night he will
be equally striking the other way disappear. . Peasants waking in

up. the moonlight in some high valley
(ii) Why shouldn’t an artist of the Pyrenees will hear his
paint things upside down? heavy step as he goes by, and a
(iv) It is symbolical of modern legend will arise of the ghost of a

life.
(vy) That. is how we see things
in our sub-conscious minds,

famous” staff which walks the
mountains alone, They will tell
how he lay down beside a sound-



eae cil

$1.00 $1.00 $1.00

CLEARING ODD. LOTS DRESS GOODS
CREPES, SPUNS,

PLAIN, FLOWERED,

BY THE WAY... & Beachcomber



STRIPED,

At The University College

RRIVING on Sunday night
from Jamaica by B.W.I1.A.

was Mr. George B, P. Cummins,
son of Dr. H. G, Cummins, M.C.P.,

Mrs Cummins of “Goth-

Bank Hall Road,

and
mare”,

sity College of the West Indies.
Mr. Cummins is pursuing his

second year studies and has come

‘over to spend his three months’
vacation with his parents,

Other students at the University
College who also returned by the
same opportunity were Mr.
Charles W. A. Pilgrim, son of Mr.
and Mrs, G. B. Pilgrim of Bullen’s
Agricultural Station, St. James.
Mr. Keith S. D. Ashby, son’ of Mr.
and Mrs. Duncan Ashby of Upper
Welches, Christ Church and Mr.
D. Barrow, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Barrow of St. Jude’s, St. George.

Transferred

AJOR MARSHALL SMITH,

of the Salvation Army who
has been Commanding Officer of
the Bridgetown Central Corps. for
the past two and a half years,
left yesterday morning by B.W.1.A.
for Antigua in succession to Major
Arthur Greaves who has _ been
appointed to St. Lucia,

Major Smith who was accom-
panied by his wife and two
children Joy and Vincent,
been succeeded at Bridgetown by
Senior Capt. Wilberforce Bishop
of Speightstown,

On Four Months’ Leave
R, MERTON HEWITT, a Civil
Servant attached to the
General Post Office, left for the
U.S.A. yesterday morning by
B.W.LA, via Antigua and Puerto
Rico en route to the U.S.A. He is
on four months’ holiday which he
will spend in Boston Brooklyn and
New York.

Off To Martinique

R. M. C. HOWARD, a Cana-
dian who has been living in
Barbados for the past two years
aad taking a keen interest in
sport, left yesterday morning by
B.W.LA. for Martinique to see the
Barbadian cyclists who left by the
same opportunity in action.
Mr. Howard is a retired Army

He is
studying Medicine at the Univer-





Officer who was formerly with the’

Anglo Canadian Pulp and Paper
Co, of Quebec City.

Back From Grenada

R. C. G. CRAWFORD, MLL,

Mech. E., Technical Manager
of the Central Foundry, returned
from Grenada yesterday morning
by B.W.J.A. after spending a week
in that colony.

Mr. Crawford went over to
supervise the installation of an oil
nlant and oil refinery for Messrs.
W. E, Julien and Co., Ltd.

On Business
EAVING for Dominica yester-
~ day by B.G. Airways was
Mr, Bertie King of the Central
Agency. He has gone on a business
visit in the interest of his firm.

ing torrent, and passed from
sleep to dissolution, and so came
at last to that shining place where
all good sticks attain fulfilment
and take their rest. But if his
ghost must go wandering now
and then, I hope he will not for-
get to haunt the valley of Can-
franc, and to bring me news in
my dreams, here in my home, of
ancient Jaca and the inn of Con-

stancia Mur.
* * .

Without comment

She wants everything on a high
plane. She will not even
tell the auctioneer which of her
marriages the furniture came
from,

(News item.)

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ONE WEEK’S WATCH ON WOMEN ..
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}

Yes, the
Visit was
Informal







BEYFUS

QUEEN ELIZABETH the Queen Mother is doing more

as she pleases,

Her new job of just being a pillar of sup-

port for the monarchy instead of half the house gives her
both the time and the freedom.

For the first time in years she is free to enjoy herself
in her own way. She no longer has to be at every formal
function—she gave Ascot a Wide miss after years of faith-

ful attendance.

Now she no longer has to dregg
for the job she is clearly dressi
to please herself. When she
Queen the people expected her
look like a Queen. But now shy

has} “ears plain clothes if she wants

One of the ways in which a
Queen relaxes after 15 years on
the job is to change old faces for
new ones.

The Queen Mother skipped the
opening of the London season
with all those familiar faces and
went off to stay with some Scot-
tish friends she hasn’t found time
to visit for years.

Lady Dorothy Vyner and her
husband, Commander Clare Vyner,
live in a whitewashed house over-
looking the Pentland Firth at
Dunnet, a small village on the
northernmost coast of Scotland.
Commander Vyner is managing
director of a quick-freeze plant in
a nearby town.

Unheralded by the usual crowd
of officials and the advance tele«
phone calls to places she was to
visit, the Queen Mother strolled



round the place without any
ceremony.

Most of ‘the time she wore
tweeds and walking shoes; often
went out without gloves ora
handbag.

CROSSWORD



Across
1, To Vera it’s true. (4)
6. Bnd of the ship, (4) .
9. Eager to_ come to terms. (5))_
10. To wee Diana it expands, (ay
12. Quietly let off, you'll find, (6)
13, panes & pale of coppers to get
14. Yorkshire has three but a south
one 1s novel, (6)
15, Something on the Cresta? (8)
16. Not ali one, but single. (5)
17. Careful, it’s a trap. (3)
19. Yes, you can do it standing, (3)
20. He does guard duty (6)
22, Hall the egret. (5)
23. Heated i fish. (4)
24, Seats can become this, (5)
25. We in the vineyard get it, (4)

Down

- London, Paris, or New York, (7)
American soldfer returns to a
geome of cards to get a home. (5)

abitual for the aspen. (7
Fifty leave early for a period, (4)
Give up and use the dotted line
again. (6)
. Uncle often gets it. (6) i
- At Nadir. in shining form, (7)
- Is responsible for much
cleavage. (5)
Bob’s only half what he was
when he works as this, te)
16. Tunes, (4)
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picnicked beside them, stood about
and posed for the local people to
tae snaps of her,

“It was just as if a friend had
popped in,” said Mrs. John Scott,
wife of the head Dunnet Light-
house keeper. “She really is a

charming person.”
* * *





. in London and

life of the woman who not so long ag¢ was Qu>en ..-

She keeps fleas in her lab, at}
her country home, Ashton Wold, |

Oundle, an owl in the drawing-| t

room, a hedgehog in the nursery
cupboard, and snails alk over the
place. ,

“Everything goes by the board
when I conduct an experiment.
Fleas are such fascinating things.
I don’t think I shall ever forget
the thrill of first looking down a
microscope at those marvellous
transparencies.”

Miss Rothschild is the Dorothy
Dix among parasitologists. She
gets letters from all over the
world asking her what to do about
flea research problems.

“I get brown-paper parcels of
specimens nearly every post.” said
Miss Rothschild, “the secret of my
mail is to open the covering letters
first.”

The Way To Lose Friends

“Women, in all floral matters,
resort to low and evil practices,”
recorded that book, “Down the
Garden Path.” “They are appall-
ing liars and constitutionally in-
capable of making friends with the
woman who has the garden next

door.”

One of the rare London occa-
sions when gardening friends up
from the country could be easily
done down was the flower show
at Westminster last week.

The most was made of it by

, ith
She wandered into shops when~England’s Lady Gardeners, wi
ever she wanted to without any of their “Fete Day” clothes, floppy

the old formalities.

“Can I look behind the count-

er?” she inquired of an astonished
woman in a little antique shop.
‘Just before lunch one day she
ploughed through the hens run-
ning in the yard of the small
croft-cum-post office at Dunnet
village,

And the woman with one of the
finest collections of china in the
world said to the postmistress Miss
Janet Henderson: “Do show me
your collection of china. I’ve
heard so much about it that I had
to come and see it.”

Sihe did meet oné or two offic-
ials, She was introduced to
Provost John Sinclair, of Thurgo,
who told the Queen Mother he was
a fish salesman, “Then please
show me the fish,” said she.

Flea-Fanatic

One of the few happy house-
holds totally abandoned to the
spirit of scientific inquiry is run
by Miriam Rothschild, the para-
sitologist and sister of Lord Roths-
child. Her new book, “Fleas,
Flukes, and Cuckoos,” was re-
issued last week.

She is 44, married to a farmer

George Lane—and has three
young children, Dark and hand-
some, she seems to be one of the
few serious scientists who laugh
a lot.



Teachers’ Campaign

Service At Ch. Ch. Church

The Elementary School Teach~
ers’ Campaign for full and effec~
tive co-operation between teach-
ers and parents in the proper
training of young people con-
tinues with Divine Worship next
Friday evening, July 11, at 7.30
in the Christ Church Parish
Church,

The Preacher will be Rev.
(C. A, Sayer, Principal of Cod-
rington College.

Teachers, parents, guardians
and the general public are in-
vited,

straw hats, pastel linens, and car-
rying capacious baskets.

Strolling round the plooms they
could be heard losing friends by
the hour...no cut was too low, no
thrust too mean.

“T lost all my hydrangeas this
year,” said a woman glumly.
“Surely not,” replied her com-
panion, She had been waiting for
this: “Ours have grown like
weeds, we had to cut them back.”



1 SAW CLIFION
(Mr. Belvedere) WEBB

Last night I saw that first class
humourist of the Screen, “Mr.
Belvedere”, He had just landed
at Seawell and came straight to
my house, opened the door with-
out invitation, took a chair and
made himself at home, Being a
newspaperman, I asked him a
number of questions and offered
him a drink which he accepted.
When we had finished, he picked
up his walking stick and hat and
told me that he had to be back at
Seawell to get his plane. He told
me the name of the last picture
he made. And then I woke up.

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TUESDAY, JUBY §,

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ll New C.D.& \ Ww. Sch

Grants Total
£271,721

Grants totalling £271,721 and
a loan of £5,200 were authorised
under eleven new Development
and Welfare schemes whose ap-
proval, was notified to the Comp-
troller for Development and Wel-
fare in the West Indies during
April, it is stated in London.

The largest of these new
schemes provides for the construc-
tion of a new hospital with 91
beds at Falmouth, Jamaica. Of
the total estimated cost of £183,-
950 a Development and Welfare
grant will contribute £127,500.

A grant of £60,000 is made to
Dominica towards the cost of
completing the trans-insular road.
This is an interim grant towards
a total cost estimated at some
£119,000. The whole operatien,
however, has been approved in
principle and a sum sufficient to
complete the construction of the
road has been provisionally ear.
marked from Development and
Welfare funds available to Dom-
inica pending detisions on the
colony’s loan programme,

A grant of £30,183 ang a loan
of £5,200 have been approved for
a scheme to clear up the slum
area of New Town, Saint Kitts.

Two of the new grants approved
are for geological surveys. British
Honduras is allotted £19,075 to
extend its geological survey for a
further three years from Septem-
ber 1952. This will permit the
completion of geological mapping
of the Maya mountains and de-
tailed prospecting of certain se-
lected areas where this appears to
be justified—for example in the
North Stann Creek area where
the presence of alluvial tin was
recently reported.

£4,325 For B.G.

A grant of £4,325 to British
Guiana provides for the appoint-
ment of an additional geologist
to the Geological Survey Depart-
ment, This department is now
carrying out surveys in the Wind-
ward Islands and the increase in
its staff will permit work to be
done in those colonies of a nature
not hitherto undertaken there.
Particular objects of investigation
will be the deposits of copper
minerals in Grenada, cement in
Saint Vincent and sulphur de-
posits in Dominica and Saint
Lucia,

Water supplies in Antigua are
to be improved under a scheme
costing £16,200. The development
of existing water supplies and ex-
ploration for new underground
sources are provided for both in
the Saint John’s area and in coun-
try districts; in addition, cheap
storage tanks are to be provided
for country districts.

The University College of the
West Indies is to receive £7,500
to provide for the appointment,
for an initial period of three
years, of a Staff Tutor in Indus-
trial Relations. His principal
duties will be to organise and
develop educational programmes
for those concerned with indus-
trial relations in all parts of the
British West Indies and to en-
courage Trade Unions to pay
attention to the education of their
members.

A grant of £4,000 will enable
the Government of Saint Lucia to
engage an expert from Jamaica to
reorganise the island’s Banana
Association as a step towards in-
creasing production,

The approval of these eleven
new schemes brings the total of
Development and Welfare Aid to
the British West Indies this year
to £555,447. Total. grants and
loans since 1st April 1946 has now
reached £5,071,041.

Trinidad Scouts
Plan Biob-A-Job
Week In December



(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN.
Trinidad scouts will launch a
bob-c-wee! campaign from De-

i3 to December 20 to raise
for assisting in financing
the Colony’s representatives to
witness the coronation of the
Queen next June.

This was decided at a confer-
ence of Scout Commissioners at
Boy Scout Headquarters last
Saturday. Aceording to an an-
nouncement made at the confer-
ence, the next West Indian Boy
Scout Jamboree, which is likely
to take place in 1956, will be held
in Trinidad,

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High Water
Mark To Be
Fixed

Own Correspondent!
RT AIN.
An Ordinance providing for a

fixed determination of high water
mark for purposes of claims in
connection with oil rights in
appropriate circumstances, passed
by the Trinidad Legislature earlier
this year, became effective last
month,

This Ordinance became neces-
sary because where oil wells are
drilled in close proximity to high
water mark, difficulty in connec-
tion with the payment of royalties
may arise if there is a change in
the position of high water mark,
since a lessor of private oil rights
cannot bind his successors in title
to an agreement which might de-
prive them of their common law
rights.

(From Our

It was felt by Government that
it would be most inconvenient and
costly to re-survey high water
mark everytime a royalty owner
claimed that there had been a
change in high watermark and,
therefore, in the amount of royal-
ty due to him.

Dontintican
Republic Willing
To Buy From T’dad

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN.
The Dominican Republic is will-
ing to import “the beautiful local
products” of Trinidad, Senor
Camian Silva, new Consul General
in Trinidad for the Republic. said.
Senor Silva, who arrived in
Trinidad last month succeeds the
late Alberto Borda, who died at
the Port of Spain Hospital early

in May after a long illness.

The new Consul General ex-
pressed the hope ‘that he would
be able to increase trade between
his country and Trinidad and
that the two countries would, by
frequent interchange of visits,
cement existing bonds of friend-
ship.

“Already,” said Senor Silva, “TI
have seen opportunities for ampli-
fying a beneficial interchange in
commerce between the two coun-
tries.

Bermuda Bases Bill
Clause Is Deleted

HAMILTON, Bermuda.

A clause in the proposed United
States Bases ‘Agreement Bil]
which would have given U.S.
authorities power outside the
,cased areas to convict people for
offences against security — one
whieh resulted in a unanimous
protest from the House of
Assembly — has been deleted in





Hamilton, Bermuda.
Assembly had sent a
to the Governor, Sii
ander Hood, saying that it



was prepared in special circum-
staces to concede to U.S. courts
powers contemplated in the Bil!
if applied to U.S, citizens and
aliens.

But the Assembly considered it
intolerable and contrary to the
spirit of the original agreement
to subject British citizens to the
jurisdiction of alien courts and
nlien law.—B.U.P,

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Wartime Security ;
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{work in the dockyards of =
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sources.”

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around farms or building are seen
regularly at night and occasional-
ly in daylight, the rat-population
in all probability totals to
1,000. If you see them every day,
a colony of 5,000 strong inhabits
the vicinity.

The Alberta government’s “pied
piper of St. Boniface” recently
had halted the main vanguard of
an invasion force of Saskatche-
wan rats, but his defences were
being infiltrated and outflanked.

N. L. Poulin, an imported pest
control authority from St. Boni-
face, Man., “rat proofed” 40 farms
close to the inter-provincial bor-
der. He planned to lay a poison
blanket across a 12-mile strip of
country straddling the main in-
vasion route west.

Alberta’s envied reputation as
the only rat-free Canadian prov-
ince bit the dust this spring as
hundreds of brown Norway rats
started to desert Saskatchewan.
Wags suggested the migration
was due to the rats getting “an
unfair deal” from the socialist
government, disastrous floods and
the foot- and-mouth disease.

Mystery Weapon

In a grim bid to stem the skeet-
ering and scrabpling h the
Alberta government hired its
special “pied piper,” who uses a
mysterious new weapon of war
that he guarantees will give
rodents the blues.

Tre blue poison was
spread in a grain-saving effort on
both sides of Sibbald, Alta., the
main bastion against the invad-
ers.

W. A. Lobay, eupenyins, of crop
protection, said if the invasion
was not halted “millions of
dollars” of grain would be des-
troyed by the rats in years to
come,

He said the ison, which is
effective from six months to two
years, was believed to be elimin-
ating the pests.

‘But from Red Deer, 160 miles
northwest of Sibbald, came a

report that Alberta’s defences hadi

been turned.

District pest control officer Vic
Bjorkeland announced discovery

of the first Norway rat ever spot- |) ===

ted in central Alberta.
It was a dead rat.

was found, there were sure to be ‘)
a seore of healthy and hungry |{

ones lurking in the vicinity.

With the rats chewing holes in
Alberta’s hopes and defences,
Lobay brought out his battle maps
to consider setting up a second
line of defence.

Between the two lines he prom-
ised to wage a bitter “no-bites-or-
bait-barred” war, and repulse the
rat invasion,

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But Bjorke- | |
land said that where one dead rat}};

Work on photography began
at Portsmouth to-day
14,000 men in the yard were cali-
ed in 2 for individual

otographs y camera crews.

e@ reeord has been completed
already at

The Admiralty said “this is a
reversion to wartime security
measures,—U.P,

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Heads Press
Association

‘From Our Own Correspondent

GEORGETOWN, June 28.
At the Annual General Meeting



STUDENTS’ PRESIDENT

(From Oue Own Correspondent)
GHORGHTOWN, June 28.

f tl Philip Alls ritis janese
ciation tradition was broken when eiinerite agp. Brie wolnne a

Mr. Cyril P. Wight, Manager and sjecte, § » j .

, z *d Students’ President of the
Secretary of the Argosy Coy. Ltd.. City and Guilds Engineering Coi-
was unanimously elected President jege, Imperial College of Tropical
for 1952—53. Clarence Kirton, Engineering, London University.

Assistant Editor of the “Daily Qne of
: . the privileges which he
Argosy” was re-elected Vice Pres- wil] now enjoy is driving in the

ident, Lloyd Rohlehr (Chronicle) University's 1900 mode] car in the
re-elected Secretary, Connie Theo- Lord Mayor's casei in
bald (Chronicle) re-elected Treas- November
urer, Henry Jospiah (Argosy) '
elected Assistant Secretary-Treas-
urer and Librarian, Charlie Wright



(Argosy Photo-Engraving), Roy MA
Harewood (Chronicle Sports Edi- RE NDED
tor), Perey Armstrong (Editor Haynesiield Edwards of the Sch.

Monthly), and United Pilgrim was yesterday re-
N. Johnson (Editor ‘Guiana manded until the 14th instant by
Review’ Monthly), elected Mem- His Worship Mr. E, A. McLeod on
hers of the Governing Committee. a charge of stealing a tarpaulin

woith $125.00 -
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x s up for
Hote) Tower on Saturday, July hearing again Edwards wil!
2, when His Excellency the Gov- appear before City Police Magis-
ernor, Sir Charles Woolley, trate Mr. H. A, Talma. The
&.C.M.G., who will be retiring offence is alleged to have been

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Printed by the Advocate Co., Ltd., Broad 8t., Bridgetown

Tuesday, July 819520

TIMELY WARNING

A VALUED columnist in the Advocate of
Sunday took time off to issue the warning
that Foot and Mouth disease.had wiped
out flocks of sheep and cattle in Canada
and had caused considerable damage in
England. The warning: is timely and Bar-
bados cannot.Jose a moment in doing every-
thing to avoid the introduction into this
island.



English newspapers reaching us within
the last week show that in one instance a
prize flock of sheep a ram from which had
been sold to New Zealand for 500 guineas
the week before had been completely
wiped out by the introduction of the disease
on the wheels of the cart. The Government
wisely limited movement of animals in this
area within a radius of 15 miles,

It might-be regarded by some people as
a storm in a teapot to mention the possibil-
ity of foot and mouth disease coming to
Barbados; but those who remembet the
outbreak of malaria in 1927 when we were
caught unawares know only too well that
if precautions had been taken when the
note of warning had- been sounded that
many lives would have been saved. As it
was there were only two men in the island
at the time who knew what the anophelene
mosquito looked like and what should be
done to control it. Dr, J. T. C. Johnson and
Dr. Nedd Massiah worked. heroically to
save Barbados. .

The columnist who contributed the
warning is an experienced agricultural
scientist with many years of experience to
his credit and who has seen what the rav-
ages of foot and mouth disease can do with
the economy of a country with far greater
resources and so more able to withstand it.

The warning is timely. The season for
migratory birds begins next week, July
15th, and it is on record that foot and mouth
disease has been carried into a country on
the feet of these birds. Writing of the pres-
ent ravages in England he says: “The pres-
ent outbreak is thought to have been car-
ried by migratory birds from the continen-
tal seaboard where the disease is in pro-
gress. They bring the infection on their
feet and feathers”,

When it is remembered that the increase
in the number of Canadians coming to this
island, and that the disease can be carried
on the wheels of vehicles and the feathers
of birds there is every reason for us to
exercise every precaution, As our column-
ist Agricola writes: “We in the West Indies,
presently engaged in the building up of
improved herds, cannot afford to see these
efforts vitiated or even compromised in the
smallest degree. by any infectious disease
whatever the nature; and anything like
foot-aiid-mouth would. cause a_ setback
from which we might never recover,”

Tt will be generally admitted that our
Department of Science and Agriculture is
understaffed and so it is the duty not only
of stock owners and plantation owners to
be on the alert;-but every member of the
community should give some co-operation
in this matter and report the first sign of
anything unusual in the health or appear-
ance of any animal. There are a few veter-
inary officers in this island but it must be
said of the few that there is always a readi-
ness on their part to come to the assistance
of the public, and there is no reason now to
feel that in this respect we will not have
been well provided for, It is for the public
to make the fullest use of their services
and to be on the alert, especially during
the next three months when the plover and
the curlew take a rest in the swamps of
Barbados during their long flights to Pata-
gonia,

“is it? I don’t think so,

£1.000 a

why. that means fish |
and chips for an MM.P.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

'BACK TO WORK THEY GO... WITH A PAY GRIEVANCE A Warning To Britain Sent Pore Gepis of Local Photograph :
: ADVOCATE NEWSPAPER. :
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IS YOUR M.P. well paid on By EMANUEL SHINWELL and families. Free postage is the

£1,000 . year? I suppose many
people think so. Some may say
the salary is far too much. But
“What
between keeping a home in my
constituency,” said one M.P. the
other night, “paying hotel ex-
penses in London, postage and
the rest, I can hardly afford to
pay for a decent meal; that’s
why I’m having fish and chips.”

This succulent dish can now
be had, in the select dining room
of the House of Commons, at
the modest price of one shilling
and tenpence, without trim-
mings. Just plain fish and
chips, which before the war,
‘wrapped up in paper, cost about
fourpence. It isn’t every M.P.
who cares te indulge in this pro-
letarian repast.

Many of the members are for-
tunate in having independent
means, others receive fees as
company directors, a large num~
ber practise at the Bar, and
quite a few are professional
journalists.

Even some of the trade union
members” are not too badly off;
they enjoy retainers from their
organisations, Most of them can
afford to pay the prices com-
parable with those charged in
good-class restaurants.

I reckon that about 200 M.P,s
have to make-do on their par-
liamentary salaries, without any
supplementary help. This is
rough on the provincial member
who lives in his constituency, or
outside London. The greater
part of his salary is absorbed by
hotel costs, meals at thé House,
postage, telegrams, trunk calls,
subscriptions and donations, to-
gether with something for secre-
tarial help.

Every M.P. delights in popu-
larity, but the more popular they
are the more visitors they
attract, and this means hospital-
ity. Some constituents appear
to think that the cost of enter-
tainment is “on the House.” One
lady told me the other morning,
when I took a party round, that
she always thought that “tea on
the terrace” was provided free,
gratis, and for nothing.

MORE PAY, EXPENSES
TOO

IT is now six years since
M.P.s had a salary increase.





This was after a select commit-
tee of the House of Commons
had recommended that the sal-
ary should be increased from
£600 to £1,000 a year.

EMANUEL SHINWELL

Why should a member of the
Mother of Parliaments be treat-
ed less generously than his col-
leagues throughout the Com-
monwealth?

In South Africa members of
the Lower House are paid a sal-
ury of £1,500 a year. In the
Australian Parliament they get
£1,500, plus an expense allow-
ance which varies from £400 to
£900, according to the type of
constituency.

New Zealand, with a popula-
tion of fewer than 2,000,000,
pays M.P.s less than Britain —
£900 a year—but there is an
expense allowance ranging from
£250 to £550.

Canadian M.P.s get what is

called a “sessional indemnity”
of 4,000 dollars (£1,300) to-
gether with an annual expense
allowance of 2,000 dollars.
( £650).

Most of the Commonwealth

countries provide free passes on
their railways, not only for
M.P.s but also for their wives

They still speak
im Chaos City

THIS week, when British
‘workers have been paid a tax
bonus under the Budget con-
cession, was a week of no-pay
in Abadan—-Once a rich oil town,
now a collection of idle men and
near-idle machines,

it has been going on like that
for weeks—not only in Abadan
but throughout Persia.

Mossadeg’s Government, fight-
ing Britain’s oil case so boldly at
jthe’ Hagué International Court,
is losing the money race which
started when the oil grabbers
moved in and Britons were
moved out,

The State owes its provincial
teachers seven months’ salary.
Compared with what - Persia
owes, that is insignificant in
everything but its significance
as a pointer to bankruptcy.

GOVERNMENT DEBT

TREASURY cheques drawn on
the National Bank of Persia are
bouncing back. Already the
Government owes the Bank
£ 40,000,000, and the governor is
resisting a Cabinet order to send
a further million.

The capital of the bank is only

£3,000,000. The money lent to
the Government belongs . to
private depositors. So if there

is a run on the bank, the bubble
blown by the aged Mossadeg
will well and truly burst,

Financial experts both in
Teheran and outside Persia be-
lieve it will be only a matter of
months before this’ happens—-
unless Mossadeg can get more
US, aid.

American money has already
been used to find work for 20,000
men made idle by the chaos that

followed the oil grab.



Our Readers Say:

George Hunte And Bim

To the Editor, The Advocatem«

SIR,—Y o u r_ correspondent
George Hunte’s ‘review’ of BIM
which appeared in your issue of
last Sunday seems to me to be so
biased and shot through with
irreleyancies that I cannot for-

dabbler in)

ting subject,



psychology
psycho-analysis, I find this state-
ment most interesting, just as I
find Mr, Hunte himself
I read the news-
papers of the several W.I. colo-
nies fairly regularly and I know
of no other journalist practising

nowadays to



and during the war he ran an enor-
mous canteen for the Forces in
England, Reviewing a Speech Day
a fascina- at Queen’s College he opines that
undue importance is
the possession of
Certificates, and as proof he men-
tions casually that he possesses

Abadan now is providing the
sort of picture that may be re-
produced elsewhere in Persia,
whatever the Hague Court rul-
ing. is

In what was once the world’s
largest refinery only a trickle of
oil is being produced. Almosi
the only bustle, the only hum of
activity, comes from the “Five
per centers,” the pilferers who
loot what they can and are glad
to get five per cent, of what
would have been the negotiable
value of the loot.

They are broad-minded, the
Five per centers. They will
handle anything from’ tyres to
tents, from carburetters to cool-
ers. :

Their lorries, slipping past
security guards by night, travel
down streets on which the Eng-
lish mame boards have been
blotted out by black paint.

The green lawns cherished by
ithe English families of Abadan
‘are now neglected, uncut, and
brown. The English-style hedges
are overgrown. ’
And the English-style plumb-
ing imstalled in the 20,000
workers’ homes built by Anglo-
Iranian is failing through in-
elicient maintenance.

FORBIDDEN CITY

WITH it all, Abadan looks like
becoming a new forbidden city
of the East—-at least to Britons,
whose money and brains built
this great oil centre.

Only one European is reported
still in Abadan — a Swedish fire
expert named Malte Heister.
The Persians appointed him to
command the Abadan fire
services. (This way, if a fire

expertences;

the great
attached

Martinique for a not much longer
period, and again he unselfishly
invites the readers of the Advo-
cate to share with him his ex-

rule, and in some cases secre-
tarial assistance is available free
of charge.

FREE MAIL

THE U.S.A. excels in gener-
osity to its legislators. Accord-
ing to the Act of 1946, which
governs salaries in the House of
Representatives, they receive
“compensation” at the rate of
12,000 dollars ( £4,285) in addi-
tion to a tay-free allowance of
2,500 dollars (£890).

This isn’t all. They get free
mail for all official correspon-
dence, travelling allowance on
a liberal scale, and up to 9,500
dollars (£3,390) for “clerk
hire,” the equivalent of a full-
time 4

Some people complain: “Why
should M.P.s fix their own sal-
aries?” But company. directors
do so.

Salaries for the professional
classes are usvally determined
after negotiation or arbitration.
Take the case of the doctors
who, after a recent adjudication,

are expecting to share
£40,000,000 in all.
If electors don’t relish the

idea of M.P.s fixing their own
pay, why not refer the matter
to arbitration? That, I should
not be at all surprised, mig’it
lead to a substantial increase in
parliamentary salaries, perhaps
much more than the public
would like. So the matter had
better be left to the Government
to decide.

A WHISPER

THE needs of the majority of
M.P.s would probably be met by
a straight increase of something
between £300 and £500 a year.

But mind my words; the agi-
tation is blowing up, and _ isn’t
confined to ‘one party.
than one Tory M.P. has whis-
pered in my ear how difficult

it is to meet both his commit-|ing out the little matter of the Virginian bis-

ments and his
responsibilities.

parliamentary

Your M.P. is no more entitled
to live in luxury at the public
expense than any other citizen,
But after you have given him

your vote and placed your poli-| points out, the man in the street “must be

tical destinies in his hands, don’t
hecause he wants to pay his way.
jook upon him as a bloodsucker

ES.



English

breaks out in this highly in-
flammable plant they have a for-
eign scapegoat on whom they
can pul the blame.)

But here is surprise No, 1:
The Persians are running Abadan
in English. * Despite all their
Britain-hating and Britain-bait-
ing Dr. Mossadeg’s men who
have taken over the administra-
tion of the oil wells and re-
fineries are communicating in
English on all matters of techni-
cal routine.

And surprise No. 2. In the
Abadan Guest House the menu
is, as before, in English. What
is more, the cooks are serving
their new bosses the same dishes
they served to the old.

AGITATORS

AMONG the jobless oil work-
ers, who grumble in another
language, demoralisation is mak-
ing rapid progress.

Communist agitators from the
Tudeh Party are exploiting them
with skill. The administrative

offices are battlefields of in-
trigue.
Meetings of executives are

held up because officials are not
on speaking terms with each
other. Everyone who can rushes
to Teheran to get protection and
patronage from the politicians
who are now interfering more
and more with the personnel
problems at Abadan.

General Riahai, the tall
soldier-geologist, who is in
charge of the nery, has been
putting up a s' resistance to
political pressures.

But one after another he has
lost his most reliable assistants
and it is feared that he himself
will soon be replaced.—L.E.S.



he goes to Canada these days of dissimulation and

on a ten-day trip, and on his re- diplomacy that I thoroughly enjoy
turn he writes ex cathedra about
Dominion;

reading him, Do
other journalist
chastely write: —

he visits

(shades of

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TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1952



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It is blue cheese, and it roused the fighting
instincts of Senator Karl Mundt, of South
Dakota (which has a thriving cheese indus-
try), and Senator Willis Robertson, of Vir-
ginia (where a huge cheese biscuit factory
depends almost entirely on imported cheese).

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He said: “This filth embedded in foreign
cheese would be shipped into the United
States in .competition with the splendid
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THEN Senator Burnet Maybank, of South
fellow Southerner of Robertson, too!) point-

cuit factory, which relies so heavily on the
imported stuff for its processes.

In the end the Mundt amendment was nar-
rowly defeated--but, as the Washington Post

chagrined indeed by these disclosures, which
show why vociferous arguments are some-
times made for and against States’ rights and
State’s proctectionism.,”

MOUNTING chaos on American domestic
airlines. Reasons— a tremendous jump in
business as the holiday season swings into top

gear, and a big turnover of clerical and ticket-
counter staff.



Travellers who make telephone bookings
ahead of time turn up at the airfields, to find
too often nobody knows anything about it
and, sorry, the plane is full up.

LET US now consider the case of the Brat-
burds, as no less a dignitary than Fred Vin-
son, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, has
just done.

The Bratburds and their troubles came al]
the way up te the Chief Justice from a hum-
ble Maryland police court, where they orig-
inally appeared on gambling charges.

The factor that lifts the matter out of the
humdrum is that, to obtain evidence, the
Maryland police used a “wire tap” on the
private phone of Eddie and Ruth Bratburd,
of Silver Spring.

Did this or did it not violate the constitu-
tional rights of the Bratburds? Judge Vinson
grants a stay of execution of their sentence-——
six months in jail, plus fines of £170 apiece—
until next autumn, while he considers the
question.

IN the State Prison at Joliet, Illinois, offi-
cials at first tried to ignore 25-year-old con-
vict Michael Parille when he climbed into
the rafters above the dining hall and refused
to emerge.

Pariile is ‘unhappy” about an umpire’s de-
cision in a baseball game against another
prison team. But it is now difficult to ignore
him altogether, because he has started “bomb-
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dian literature, and on the part
which BIM is playing in it. A
correspondent in the Times Liter-
ary Supplement of May, 23rd., in
an article entitled WEST INDIAN
WRITERS, says inter alia “There
is a number of small magazines

you know any
who would so
“If BIM is go-~

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poem or prose work that you find ea vd the wah eve out ttinetions) I could go on like thts that, as a reader of the Advocate, shillings.”"? And this is neither CARIBBEAN QUARTERLY, (the CHICKENS hk
personally disagreeable, or to tell putes re in + almost indefinitely, so rich is the I am a blood relative of Mr. conceit nor bombast, but an ex- journal of the University Col- DUCKS are
your readers that the producer Here are just a few examples. store of huntiana with which Mr, Hunte, for by his own argument, pression of opinion lege of the West Indies) we read SAUSAGES i t >
of Caribbean Voices is well known Immediately following the same Hunte has regaled his readers. how else could his impressions of The truth, of course is, that that “BIM is the most important HADDOCK | D li htf |
to you, or to drag in incidents ‘teview’ of Bim, Mr, Hunte writes We know, for instance, that he England, the other «European ine future of West Indian litera- literary journal of the Eastern KIPPERS : * elightiu
imaginary or real that took place a short paragraph of 78 words to has~a four-year-old son born in countries, Asia, North America, tire is in no way dependent upon Caribbean . . . . the work of the FRESH VEGETABLES .
while you were ardently samp- inform his readers that Pan has @ Leap Year, and we have been Afriea (for I remember his con- wry. Hunte’s approbation. And Mr. Editors has been a very great PORK LARD a &| JELLIES
ling West Indian life on a bus, republished A. G. McDonell’s Privileged to read something fiding that he sat in an expensive trunte knows this, Can it be that, Service to the literature of the 9| QOGUSTARD POWDERS
appears to me to be strange England their England. Those 73 about little Hunte’s linguistic hotel in Cairo) the West Indies, ja-king the creative gift him- Caribbean area.” SPECIALS ri 4 on. 8 oz , 16 oz
method of literary criticism, words included the following 30: achievements; we know that Papa ®"d even the country areas of sei¢ his ego revolts at any sign Against these opinions we may +t! GUAVAS

After complajning that BIM “is “! Tead it for the first time ten» Hunte and his brother used to Barbados be of interest? And or it in other West Indians, and Place Mr. Hunte’s: “BIM con- CARR’S CREAM f GRAPES

“fer complaining, tha’ BIM “5. vears later when stationed some Play as boys in the grounds of After all of this too, Mr. Hunte therefore renders him incapable SPicuously fails to sound an au- CRACKERS $1.20 per ting |
Reet aroun a one, for intro- three thousand feet in the hills the now St. Cecilia barracks and Writes: “What depresses me most “oven in spite of himself—af thentic West Indian note.” What CARR’S SWEET BISCUITS. . | APRICOTS
spective hes Mr. Hunte ted looking down on Beirut. Since that one day the twain excavated about BIM is the failure of almost ...king an objective assessment is an authentic West Indian nole % Ib Pk. .36 ®| PRUNES
edge erat hongr soaigy™ most then I have twice re-read it. In some historfe thing-a-bobsy; we ¢very writer to keep himself or of the significant literary move- When applied to literature? Is D| PEACHES
on sont 0a 5 euler #0 eae bites ‘reviewing’ a travel book a few know that while in England Mr. herself out of the publication.” ant which is taking place in the Mr. Hunte looking for another eens smn | APPLES
caer ok herself out of the eaitton~ years ago Mr. Hunte told his Hunte has sat at the same table This accusation of Mr. Hunte I West Indies to-day? “I find Carib. steel band, or perhaps another JUST ARRIVED: ‘APPLE SAUCE
tion, Unleds Gloria Escoffery readers about the hundreds of with several big shots (called in found not so much surprising as bean Voices so dull.” writes he in Calypso? Shall we seize the ASPARAGUS TIPS e nanie PE
happened to be a blood relative of Miles which he had himself trav- the U.K, V.I.P’s.) including H. G. confirmatory; the operative word the course of the review of BIM, elusive Spirit of Poety, ‘born ‘ASPARAGUS CUTTINGS.|| LEMON
the reader how could her im- ¢lled, and confided that he had Weils and Luise Rainer; another 1 it is depresses, It is a well- “that I have got up from dinner beneath a dancing star’ and en- ASPARAGUS SPEAES ©| FILLING
qeseuiéas of England and a few !ain naked in winter in some high- big shot in the Colonial Office, recognised sub-conscious traiton more than one occasion to shackle her between the Tropic} ( z
other European countries be of land stream’or other. The Head- a noble lord this time, during that we tend to be irritated or tur» it off. I also turned off Derek bars of Cancer and Capricorn?
interest?” I recall his making a master of Harrison College, during the course of a little chat with ‘lepressed when we see oGr own Waleott’s verse play Harry Der- West Indian literature has noth- PHONE G ODED A RDS
similar criticism of F. A. Colly- the course of a Speech Day report, Mr. Hunte,-+gaehed -for his tele- faults (faults that’ we would con= nier for a simijar reason, It bored 1g to fear SO long as it can con- 4 - Z
more’s impressi of England mentions the dire need of a school phone and put. through a trans- Sciousiy repudiate) mirrored in me’ deg to earn the disapproval of ae
published in some four canteen, and Mr. Hunte enthusias- atlantic to Little England; Mr. others, Two responsible journals have Mr. Hunte. FOR PROMPT GROCERY SERVICE. i
years ago tically supports the motion in Hunte has written for the Advo- Mr. Hunte’s egotism is so un- recently expressed views on the Yours faithfully, { i
r As a student of (or perhaps a order to tell his reader thatcate a personal diary of his War blushing, naive, so honest in present development of West In- G,. O, B, a SS

MIGIMicieivins eta ts “Ean

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TUESDAY, JULY 8,

1952



Eight Plead Guilty Before Chief Justice

Manslaughter Cases
Adjourned Until

November Assizes

Joiner. Guilty Of
Obtaising $2 By ~
False Pretences

Sentence was yesterday post-
poned at the Court of Grand Ses-
sions, on Mervin Jones, a joiner

BESIDES hearing two cases at the July sitting of the of Bay Street after he was found

Court of Grand Sessions which started yesterday, the Chie
Justice Sir Allan Collymore heard pleas, eight of which

were guilty.

Of the seven who pleaded guilty (one pleaded guilty
to two offences), two were sentenced, sentences on four
were postponed and the Assistant to the Attorney General

has not yet decided wheth

guilty of receiving stolen property on the third count from 4

f guilty of obtaining $2 by false

pretences. The case was heard
before the Chief Justice Sir Allan
Collymore,

Jones had also been charged
with larceny as a bailee, but the
jury did not fing him guilty on
that count.

er he will accept the plea of Mr. F. E, Field, Assistant to the

ttarney General, prosecuted for

Gouldbourn Best who pleaded not guilty to two other counts the Crown. Jones was not repre-

against him. The two othe

and larceny and larceny.

Thirty-eight cases were sent
down for hearing at this Sitting
of the Court, but three of man-
slaughter brought against Fitz-
Harold Haddock, a plumber of
Westbury Road, were adjourried
until the November Assizes,

Haddock is charged with the
unlawful killing of three children,
Roy, Carl and Rita Rogers of
Prospect Koad, St. James, while
driving a motor car on May 18.

He is represented by Mr. E, K.
Walcott, Q.C.

Escaped Prisoner

One of the two sentenced yes-
terday was George Gooding for
escaping from prison on January
8. He was sentenced to 12
months’ imprisonment to run con-
secutively with the term of four
years he is at present serving.

He told the Court that he had
escaped after he had represented
to the Superintendent of the
prison certain grievances he felt,
but had been paid no attention.
He had run away in the hope of
getting a hearing by some other
authority.

His grievances were against the
Police, he added.

Before sentencing him to the
12 months’ imprisonment, the
Chief Justice remarked that his
excuse was a very ridiculous one.

The other prisoner sentenced
was Everton Bulien. He pleaded
guilty to the larceny of seven
watches and five watch straps,
valued $217.50, and was also
sentenced to 12 months’ imprison-
ment.

He had two previous convictions
for stealing and had also com-
mitted three offences under the
Juvenile Act.

Twenty-year-old Burton Cum-
mins pleaded guilty to house
breaking and larceny on June 1
from Carlisle Reid at St, Peter
and to receiving stolen property
between May 21 and June 2,
knowing it to have been stolen.

Sentence Postponed

Mr. J. S. B. Dear -whe,appeared.
on his behalf, begged the leniency
of the Court and sentence has
been postponed, pending investiga-
tions being made by the Pro-
bation Officer.

After hearing Mr. Dear’s re-
quest for leniency, the Chief
Justice said that there were many
charges of house breaking and
larceny and he would make no
promises at that stage. However,
Cummins was a young man and
he would have _ investigations
made,

Sentence was also postponed
on Clarence Clairmonte Belle who
pleaded guilty of causing bodily
harm to Gloria Cadogan and
Ottaline Sobers on December 3,
last year by wanton or furious
driving in St. Peter.

Sentence on eighteen-year-old
Levi Gittens who pleaded guilty
to bestiality on May 13 at St.
Joseph, was also postponed.

His counsel Mr. J, S. B. Dear
told the Chief Justice that while
he might view the unnatural
offence with some revulsion, he
‘was submitting that the case was
not the type which, in the light
of modern development, would be
fit to be sent to prison,

Mentally Deficient

Dr. Tappin had examined Git-
tens after he was arrested and
would be able to help the Court
by giving evidence as to his
mental condition. He, Mr. Dear,
had been instructed by his parents
that he was not of the strongest
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sented.

The case against him was that
on December 20 last year, he
oe two chairs from Claris

. ; ittens Sands, a nurse of Upper Coelly-
ae Sa ete G more Rock, to repair and two dol-

Clyde iindin dae the other aes eae the cost of repairing

. ; them. @ was to have returned
eee Nee pended 208 Se the chairs on December 28.
He pleaded guilty of breaking and - e = oh ~——o aa on
tering the dwelling house of ecembery 28, but early in Febru-
entering 5 d stealing a ®?Y,Sh* met him and learnt that
Amanda Springer and stealing he had been sick in the Hospital

pair of shoes. He told her then that he was

* eos - et rere more
ollars to finish thems He assured
Watchman Guilty her too, that he was doing thém
Of F; lulent nicely. She gave him the $2.
”
Conversion even told him to give them to
her if they were not repaired, ond
“The Law is very strong against he could keep the money, but ‘hn:
either a defendant or the defend- never returned them.
ant’s counsel making suggestions Her son Desmond, corroborated
against the character of a witness her evidence in respect tq, Jones
which they cannot prove’, the taking away the chairs and never
Chief Justice, Sir Allan Collymore returning with them. He also
observed in the Court of Grand witnessed the paying of the first
Sessions yesterday before post- two dollars.
poning sentence on Martin Car-
michael, a watchman, who had
been found guilty of fraudulent not siplensthe cnnire,
conversion of $25. During his address to the jury,
He had also been charged OM +). Chief Justice said that if Ug ?y
another count, larceny, but was jeljeved that Jones had the chairs
found not guilty. intending to repair them, but on
The money was the property of the 28th made up his mind to
Matilda Grimes, a domestic ser- dispose of them against Sands’
vant of Workman’s Village, St. rights or ownership, they could
George, who said she had given find him guilty on the charge of
him it towards the purchasing of larceny. :
a machine on April 7. The ree He pointed out that Sands haa
mark came from the Chief Jus- seen Jones several timés since a
tice following the suggestion from had left the Hospital and his say-
Carmichael that he and Grimes’ ing that he was sick was no
daughter, one of the witnesses, excuse for not returning the chairs.
had been friendly.
Miss M. E. Bourne, Assistant

r counts were house breaking

even stronger appeal to His Lord-
ship in that case.



Several times after this
asked him for the chairs, She

she

Jones told the jury that he had
been sick and said that he Lad

————_—$

Legal Draughtsman, prosecuted She told him that what she was
for the Crown. concerned with was the money
Carmichael was not represented. He said he woud get it, but though
Grimes told the Court that she she had seen him on other occa~
knew Carmichael about three sions concerning it, he had never
months before he received the given her either the money or the
money from her. He had gone machine.
where she was working and to'd jyoy daughter corroborated her
her that her daughter had told pyigence.
him to let her know of any sec- yar, McKenzie said he knew
ond hand machine for sale if he @grmichael since 1914 when Car-
CAINS -ACKOSS One. michael went to the war, but had
: Saw Machine never had any business transac-
He had passed around by Mr. tions with him.
Archer McKenzie, an auctioneer In his address to the jury, Car-
who had been his old Sgt. Major michael made no mention of hav-
and had gee a Sena ing had dealings with Mr. Mc-
hand Se aes SrA it 8 9 Kenzie, but said that as was stated
‘4 eigrd elas aa or") in the receipt, the money was
“She told him she did not have yor og oe buy 5 aes
that much money, but had $25. sale at : Saye raetianion ale
He told her that as he knew Mr. mention of any p Lar tee
McKenzie well he would be able He said ay ae a oe
i . ay money with inten .
itianie i ustemeee would not have given a receipt,
On April 7 she gave him the but Grimes had not been willing
money in the presence of her *© walt.
daughter and he gave her a
receipt. At the time she sug- :
gested that her daughter might go During his summing up of the
to Mr. McKenzie’s and see the case to the jury, the Chief Justice
machine, but he told her that it said that the evidence had shown
hed ben put aside and she could that the case was not one of lar-
not see it. ceny as Grimes had admitted
On the evening of the 9th after giving him the money voluntarily,
the sale, he told her that there but they had to pay more atten-
had been a sale, but the machine ¢ion to the second count.
had not been included in the He said that if they asked them-
items sold and it would be sold gelwes how Grimes would have
on the 15th. known that Mr. McKenzie had
been Carmichael’s Sgt. Major, it
Return ot Money might help them in discovering
“T told hirn that von a Pn where the truth was.
not got the machine he should not me ys
go Sheed with the purchase on _ After ae nae meee
the 15th end asked him to retrura found guilty on the secon ge
y money”, she said. “He said the Chief Justice said that if h«

he had not got it on him then and had not made the suggestions

ing egainst the character of one cf the
eer sate cintine diated witnesses, he would have takea

i i » a more lenient view of the case.
She did not see him until oe He would still , however, take

ai h . : : +
tought the miata ‘or $51 and into consideration his age, his ser-

i i i and his clean
it for his daughters vice in the war and his
wo tihaeal? as he was a tailor record for the past 20 years.

Summing Up

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Soft Winter Efforts Made to Develop

Wheat Flour
Expected Here

EIGHT THOUSAND bags of Soft
Winter Wheat flour are due to
arrive here between early August
and late September. It will
arrive in 2,000-bag shipments.

Samples of this flour will be
taken by the West India Bisyfit
Company in the presence of the
sellers for analysis purposes. The
samples will be air-expressed to
the Independent Biscuit Moanu-
facturers’ Association in the United
States, and in the event of any
shipment not complying with the
required analysis, the local Com-
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the unshipped balance of the
contract.

The Controller of Supplies will
also issue licences in respect of
45,000 bags of E Grade flour +o
nrrive between early August and
October,

Both qualities will be imported
under the International Wheat
Agreement, and a ceiling price is
to be fixed in each case.

__

Lynch Will Pay
For Wounding

Their Honours the Judges of the
Assistant Court of Appeal yester-
day confirmed the decision of
His Worship Mr. J. R. Edwards
who imposed a fine of £1.10 and
2/- cost on Nebert Lynch of
Prout’s Village, St. Thomas, for
wounding Cynthia Jackman of the
same locality.

Jackman said that Lynch inflict-
ed the wound when he attacked her
with a stick shortly after she had
ran from her house to the scene
of a fight between her reputed
husband and another man.

Dr. Zigmund Skomorock, House
Surgeon at the General Hospital
after describing the nature of the
weund, said it was possible for it
to have been caused by a blow
with a stick.

Lynch’s story was that he did
not strike Jackman, but that she
received the wound when she and
the man who fought with her
husband were throwing stones at
each other.

Lowe Remarnded On
Bodily Harni Charge

His Worship Mr. H. A. Taima,
City Police Magistrate, yesterday
remanded Amas Lowe of Green
Hill, St. Michael, until the 14tn
on a charge of inflicting grievous
bodily harm on Clyde Phillips.

Oscar Lowe was also remanded
by His Worship Mr, C. W. Rud-
der ‘until the 25th instant. Lowe
is charged with the larceny of
£6.17.6-as a bailee, The money
belonged to George Lewis,



Indecent Language

Costs 20/-
His Worship Mr, E. A. McLeod,





Police WV strate of District ‘A’,
yesterday fined f\tzgerald Agard
of Nelson Strect, 20/- to be paid
in 14 days or one month’s im-
prisonment with hard labour for
using indecent language on Nel- ,
son Street.

The offence was committed on
July 2 about 3.25 p.m. The case
was brought by Police Constable
38 Marshall of the Bridge Post.

WORST WEATHER

From page 1.

33 parts were recorded, St, Joseph
With an inch and 20 ports and St.
Philip with an inch and two parts.
At St. Lucy an inch and five
parts fell during the day while
only 28 parts were recorded
during the night,

The rainfall returns for the
period from 6.00 a.m. on Sunday
to 6.00 a.m. yesterday were as fol-
lows: City, 75 parts, Station Hill
District, 40 parts, St. George, 91
parts, St. Philip, one inch and two
parts, St. Thomas, 42 parts, St.
Joseph an inch and 20 parts, St.
James 53 parts, St. Lucy, an inch
and 33 parts, St. Andrew, 97 parts
and St, John, 79 parts.

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Cocoa In

’ GRENADA is iust holdi

nomically and they are trying to develop their staple crop,
cocoa by rehabilitation as fast as possible said the Hon’ble
W. &. Julien, Managing Director of W. E. Julien and Co..
Ltd., merchants of St. George's, shortly after his arrival at
Seawell Airport yesterday morning by B.W.LA, |

$1,300 Stolen
Over Week-enrd





HAULS of articles and cash
by ihieves ver the weekend
amounted to ever $1.300. O° this
amount $1.210 was cash.

The largest haul was made
from “Vitisk”, Top Rock, Christ
Chur the home of C. A. Capa
pin He reported to the Police
that S500 were stolen from a
trousers pocket in his bedroom
While about $100 were stolen
from hi vife’s bedroom, The
thefts occurred between mid-
night and 7.00 a.m.'on Saturday.

nuglas Blades of Clevers Hill,

St. Joseph reported that $310

were stolen from a valise in the

bedroom of his home between

7.30 a.m, on Thursday and 4.00
am. On Friday.

A quantity of motor car and

lorry parts were stolen from a
storeroom attached to the resi-
dence of Reuben Norris at St.

Stephen's Hill, St. Michael while
Richard Harris of Garden Land,

St. Michael, reported that hig
house was brokc#: and entered
between 11.00 p.m. on Wednes-

day and 3.00 a.m, on Saturday
and a quantity of clothing to the
value of $60 stolen,

Harold Dear of Dayrells Road,
Christ Church, reported that his
bicycle valued $45 was stolen
from the cycle rack at St, Mat-
thias Church between 7.00 p.m.
and 8.00 p.m. on Saturday.



Federal Voyager
Brings Large Cargo

THE Steamship Federal Voy-
ager, 4,417 tons, arrived in Car-
lisle Bay on Saturday afternoon
from London, This Steamship is
consigned to Plantations Ltd., and
yesterday lighters were taking
some ot her cargo. She brought
in 207 cartons of full cream con-
densed milk, 550 cases of sweeten-
ed condensed milk, one case of
ladies handbags, 150 bags of green
peas, 10 cases of batteries, 500
bags of potatoes, three crates of

ware, one case of cutlery, one
case of tools, fcur cartons of
baking sugsr, 600 cartons of
bottled beer, 36 cartons of

canned herrings and 40 bales of
newsprint,

The Athelbrook came in on
Sunday and left the same day
after taking 84,570 gallons of

molasses ii bulk, She, however,
left her boatswain-—Cecil Fraser
--who was taken to Dr. Bayley’s |
Clinic, Beckles Road, for an in- !
jury which he sustained when he
fe!l on the deck of the Athelbrook
while she was being loaded with

molasses. The Athelbrook left)
for Trinidad,

The motor vessel Jenkins |
Roberts under Skipper George |
Fergusson also came into Car-|
lisic Bay on Saturday night from |
Nassau with 134,497 feet of pine |

id 210 cartons of canned!
tomatoes, She is expected i

te
5. |

ve for Nasgau on July 1

LADY NELSON
LEAVES TONIGHT

The Number One Water Barge
and the Lord Combermere car-\
ried out 180 tons of water to thd)
“Lady Nelson” yesterday. Each
of these vessels can hold 109 tong
of water.

The “Lady Nelson” is expected
to leave Barbados to-night for
Bermuda, Boston, Halifax and
Montreal via the British North-
ern Islands,



LIGHTHOUSE
EXTINGUISHBD

The Harbour Master yesterday
received a cable from the Harbour
Master at Aruba. This cable
reads; “Colorado Point Lighthouse
temporarily extinguished”.

Ships in the area are asked to
be on the lookout,



GARDEN
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Grenada |

ng her head above water eco-

Mr. Julien is the Grenada dele-}
gate attending the Oils and Fats |
Conference which opens _ this
morning at Hastings House under
the chairmanship of Professor |
Cc. G, Beasley, Economie Adviser |
to the Comptroller for Develop- |
ment and Welfare. He is staying
at the Hotel Royal. |

He said that Grenada's next best
agricultural industry—nutmegs — |
had just suffered a set back by,
» competition from the Dutch |
East Indies who had come into
full preduction again since the |
war and prices for that commod- |
ity had fallen over 50% in the |
last twelve months. That he said, |
had created a scarcity of money |
and lowered the spending power
of the average small grower and
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He said that conditions gener-
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The island was politically quiet
and the Council had gone into;
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Raffle Results |

RESULTS of Foresters’ Scholar-
ship Raifle drawn by Mr. G.
Lewis, of the Barbados Turf Club
at the Drill Hall, on Saturday, 5th
July.

lst Prize--F 0552; 2nd prize --
B 0186; 3rd prize—M 1229; 4tb
prize—T 1933; 5th prize—Y 246%,
6th prize—B 0129,

The holders of the tickets are
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-~ ALSO —

RANSOME LAWN MOWERS

and the Increasingly Popular

POPE LAWN MOWERS. WITH RUBBER TYRED WHEELS

HARRISON'S



HARDWARE DEPARTMENT
DIAL 2364 or 3142

999 OG 90900909 F90 90950 900090028604 *9OSOOS6 0099904 9O08

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WE CARRY A COMPLETE RANGE INCLUDING ae ee ane
RAKES HOES TROWELS 56” WIDE. FAWN AND GREY
WEEDING FORKS EDGING KNIVES HEDGE TRIMMERS
LOPPING SHEARS SECATEURS LAWN SPRINKLERS LIONIDE LEATHERETTE
TAP UNIONS, TAPS COMPLETE WITH UNION, WATERING CANS,

HOSE MENDERS, SPOUTS, CLIPS AND CONNECTIONS 5’ WIDE. ATTRACTIVE SHADES.

BLACK MIRACLE ADHESIVE

1%,-0Z. or 5-OZ. TUBES

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Aue n: SLES Doouamea

CLASSIFIED ADS. sSsorxeams7s Pomc sane | pact Geertume: REBELS | SHIPPING NOTICES

































siglaroliaastancitin a }
| “BARN BIG MONBY by selling Redif- } BE Drowned |
TELEPHONE 2508 | susion in your spire time. Get a supply REAL ESTATE 3 F The Motor vesse.: Caribbee| wonveear, aUSTRALIA, New BSS04 7659S Sa555554SseTOOe,
o. orrr toda 4 32 | : :
IN MEMORIAM ~ | viva ae | CALCUTTA, India, July 7 which came off dock a few weeks | SEALAND LING LAMITED
| FOR SALE | Modem Bungaiow| Riverbank crowds helplessly 2°89, had her engine trials yes-| OLA.NZ LINE)
- stein LAGE. late Dian “containing watched thirteen passengers terday morning in Carlisle Bay. S.S. “GLOUCESTER” is scheduled to 8. a
— : . ‘ oa Ss. mm: Ad ae
KING—Iy evér “loving memory of Bar-{ ————— PURLIC NOTIOCRS | coc vena Suing “Soom, drown on Monday in the raging Later the same day she left for} ..5 trom Port Pirte May 3ist, Devonport a Oe Oe ates
bara, 10 fell asleep on 8th July 1961 } room, 2 large bedroams with a Dominica. | Tune Sth, Melbourne June lith, Sydney N ¥ ee a Kitt Sauling
You ate sadly missed darling. AUTOMOTIVE ___._ } water, 1 small bedroom, kitchen, totlet, Brahmaputra River at Gauhati, | June 24th, Brisbane July Sth, arriving at euhay fused y ath inst ae
Your Wee Bae Gongs, ye mm Non CE raat sath, garage, servants’ room & toilet.| A8SSam, when qa ferry boat turned ' Barbados ‘about August 6th, eeshggae cs said a in
~ $2--In. ee | OT IC 5 > i | e ‘ Q wi
CAB Ford 19 hw. in wood, working | yaad eneteved. “wits, wal Acmy t.| over in mugetncen. | In addition to general cargo this vessel] scoot © cy) ano Passengers for
oes condition. Price $450.00 Phone |}. All male citizens of the United States; Roters, Barber, over J. N. Goddnc Two rescue boats which put |has ample space for chilled and hard Bominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
PERS@NAL =— [Prine ofa." Sirat ae |e ts aces ot aod sing] pm, Simhene 82 een gn, | Ut in an attempt to, save the | None "eares Revise NE, dine
mnecesiensnimntemnentitmceceenany | £32 los are reques to call a n were themselves | Cargo accepted on through Bills vf day 11th inst .
ONE (1) Austin Wie ton truss the ‘an Consulate from July 1 10) ————_ nes | PASSENSEFS, j eae
(1) Austio “Anko Gab. Welenhone aban | 31, 1958 for Selective Service Registration pEALCOCHIMA—On the Hockley, Coost-| swept downstream by fieree cus- okre littish Guiana Laseted 400 Windward E.W.L SCHOONER OWNERS’
The public are hereby warned against/D. V. Seott & Co., Ltd. under the Universal Military Training ; ©'4 rents wipes? up by fierce mon- e islands. ASSOCIATION (INC)
giving credit te my wife, MILLICENT 26.6.2—t.f.n. | Service Act. OFFERS for a bri . ae. soon uP. Comagpest.
THOMPSON (nee Jordan)’ ss % do not | All male citizens of the United States | yaw toe e belek well so Se For further partiewlars apply— Tele. ad eb 400
hold myself.responsible for her or unv- |" TRUCK —Chevrolet truck, no reason. | whe attain the age of 18 years su)-| molished. and | removed | from FURNESS WITHY # CO., LTD
lone else contracting any debt or debts/able offer refused. o.,|sequent vo July 31, 1952, are required| C®Vans Street Store will be received oo¢ 599999006606 , a "
in my name unless by a written order| Ltd. 2.7. ae SF. |to register upon the’ day they attain the| ¥¥ Twelth July. DaCOSTA & CO., LTD. TRINIDAD.
signed by me. "| eighteenth anniversary of the day of} 5.7-88—Tn Results of the Raffle in aid J







Signed SOLOMON THOMPSON TRUCK —Used Fargo 5 ton tuck with|thetr birth, or within five days TE a er of t t. Cathe: e ial DA COSTA & ©O., LED., LRGCOSS SSO PRS OIG"

Belleplaine, » speed axle. Morris 10 h.p. 1947. Austin | “fter.
St. Andrew. fade: All of the above in good eon: | For further information, consult ghe! ‘cir office No. 17, High . Philip.

Street, eo Club, Sa la Sig a acsieatiaetnedalis
8.7.52—2n. | citi Fort Ray Ltd. Tele-|American Consulate, Bridgetown, Bar-, ‘CW, on Friday, the 18th day of J aa) RI
—_——- phone 4504 ssc aaa <7) sadn |bados, #7.5.52-t.f.n, | (88 at 2 pm. First Prize X 183 = Y ce











. - : | Glenflora” standing on 1 acre 2 roods Second Prize WwW 88
BRIVISIL SHAGULL OUTBOARD- bug

My perches of land on the main road
(OTOR, the New Model No. 102 Mark V, TAKE NOTICE at “White Hall, Saint Michael. Electric | & Thira Prize A 154

an now be seen at The International

_ THE DWELLING-HOUSE known ag
FOR RENT

Light and running water.





















HOUSES ‘rect’ Sole Agente for” SRAGULI. | PLANCELO | “inspection any day on ‘application to
Simple to operate, casy “te move, | | Mr. John Alfred Bynoe on the premises. eac diiaiaahs SERVICE
— | SeAGULL is the answer in OUTBOARD | That WINTHROP PRODUCTS INC., a, For further particulars and conditions e
sings. corndortabls = nz. Fond ee TORS Tel. ITCO 8009 for fusthes corpeeseee Seed. and ee, under “ a apply to:— COTTLE, ae :
. comfortably furn ne! = " e laws o e¢ State of Delaware.! 5O. 7. i
, Open Verandah facing pen, Suiiable |} * formation 7 .52—3n. | United States of America, Manufae- | ~ nll From Montreal and Halifax
— perron (or couple) From July | turers, whese trade or business | ae og





Telephone 2949. 18.0,53-—1.f.0. ‘184, G 181, G 222, 1 33, Expected Arrival



treat Halifax Dates
Bridgetown, Barbados
mv. “BRUNO” : ; 28 June 3 July 17 July

8S. “SUNDALE” ot 13 July 21 July 6th August

. as. “ ESSEL” .. 2 uly ag) 22
CITY GARAGE || “txt eixaom service





K 224° R 125, S 40, X 118.
“FLAT No. 5. Aborgeldie. Fut; for the registration of a trade mark in| ———————— —
furnished for 3 months froma Ist. Octeber ha al |Part “A” of Register in respect of 4 will offer for sale by Public ‘Com- The Committee and mem-
Phone 4537 8.7.68—4n. | “jist received new shipment of Garzara | ‘"edicinal and pharmaceutical products | petition ot Pe net, Veni Sore oni % bers beg to convey their
a rE t/ 20d Breparations and particularly a) (‘URSDA m, 4, juan
FLAT oFive poomed Wat, fully for- | 488 greed, Automatic. | Changers em. | vroduct for the treatment of constipa-| ‘cet land st LIGHTSFOOT LANE, with
nished, located in Palmoral Gap. From’) iii” e 15.6.52—t.f-n. |tion, and will be entitled to register| ‘¢ chattel ho



t address is oH wT >
net : is 1450 Broadway, New Yak
ELECTRICA! | Sinte of New York, USA. has applied! AUCTION







thanks to all those persons

ee contoining drawing, who have hel to make

Aug. ist for two or three months ‘ F eee the same after one month from the| ‘ining, 2 bedrooms, uevial out | § this Raffle a



. of Fuh ue nless some} ireshiy painted inside, wiih electric light

Phene 2135 5,7.52—Gn ARRIVED “Rye” De Luxe| *th day






























































































}
ae on te aust A ARRIVED -Ginae (with Gar. {person shall in the mesntnibigite eaves | “nd ittings, | shop attached. For in-| VICTORIA STREET From South Wales, Liverpool and Glasgow
5LLE—U} Ba’ treet, on the in duplieat te t ANd ‘ot spectio * s t me
Kan iiite badiodens Vlnntan water, aii) ‘274 Sopees shankets) wa Micky Heads opposition “of. such iad omice the R. ARCHER McKENZU | South Sapuask” Acie
modern-conveniences. Apply on preenisss Sbinet ‘A limited. quantity. only | ‘te mark can be seen on application | ial 242 6. 7. is ~4n. | Wales Liverpool Glasgow Dates Bridgetown,
i ebinets. A tity only a rn | SSSCESHO9O60999906660" 8
iii Oe Go eee a ers “oated this 26th day of June, 1952 NOTICE ee la ..9June 1sJune 24 June 10 July
From ist furnished or unfur- a 28.6.52--t.4.n H. WTLLEAMS, 41 West India Rum a | +30 June Sduly M July 1 August
nished, «4 ” Navy Gardens. Three ees a tae : Registrar of Trade arnt | Shares. | 3 wilt ae " x
. Imspection by arrangement REFRIGERA’ 8 8.7.52— 290 Barbados Foundry limited Shares. } +2 uly 31 uly a gust i9 August
with tenant, eet number F\12 eee ohkecefierit TPR ATO: calla reed | 520 Barbados Co-operative Cotton Fac- ey SÂ¥ gA = E S * wo ..15 Aug. 21 August 26 August 8 September A
YN, ROAI & Be Ps, ame at Reduian & Taylor's Garage Ltd | tory Ltd, Shares. e ue | .-Rarly September Mid Sept Mid October
11.84.60, vem TAKE NOTICE "Shares ne Bivige a) “co ut | now in effecy—for 60-day trips : | UNITED KINGDOM AND CONTINENTAL SERVICE
en | ‘bad Insuvance Co. Ltd 4
ROOMS Two furnished rooms, running sree eC Warning Ovsig. ee, | PLEWIN TT aa " * P From Antwerp, Rotterdam and London
With or wi enkfa i 26 i & Trading Co., f 4
Se es eee eer Nat. Lith teen ce, 0 Fly TOA io PRITAIN | barat aria
¥ackt Club, or City. Dia ie ee i One H. M. V. Automatic Record |the laws of the State of Delaware, _ aes ee ee” ae euaeee ly eV x +: Antwerp Rotterdam London Dates
Changing Unit 9154. 2.7.5%—Tn. | United States of America, Manufac- 2's °GS coo. Danish 46 Bonds (4.100. . : ; iditivine sae Borbages
st ssaroniiactmmer snchncinnewansenas ‘urers, whose trade or busines * : “ . » 3 3 End Mid Augui
L@sST. FOUND PYE BATTERY SETS—Just a few left. | address is 1450 Broadway, New York, | Big pa patie ed PAS Was will ¢ ia Mia ‘Avast mid Abe Mid Sept.
«& MAFFEI'S RADIO EMPORIUM | State of New York, U.S.A., bas applied, tet up for sale at, Pub ic, te Vid id Sept. End Sept. Mid October
H.8.52—t.n. | for app anaeat ee of a trade mark in Pigeon or Cafrington & te yy
eee Part “A” lof egister in respect of > . s ,
LOST NADIO—? Tube K.B. Radio. 13 metres| jnedicinal and pharmaceutical prepara-| Street. Bridgetown, 6.7. von — and take advantage o/ x Agents: PLANTATIONS LIMITED --~ Phane 4708
1 tnt iMate try [tama hg coi, ae age OR pO
re Fy ug in. Contac the same “aba? ‘eee, wont can tee 5 RES lai a
SWREPSTAKE TICKETS—-Series BBB Vm. Fogarty. 5.7. 52—8n ath da of Jul, 1952, untess some wr
1909. Finder please return same tc | ——————————————— | person Spall in the npeatinia wea notice WANTED fi d °, fi vi : “st
Gesmgse Carrington, Bathsbebe, st F 1G] RORE—Keroeenc pas in duplicate to me at = pace wt combined wiin new iow ff fi £ ° ”,
oseph. ‘ -7,52—1n € ‘erators. e have a few left of fhe! opposition of such registration e | ‘J
‘famous FBlectrolux Kerosene Burning] trade mark b on application } ¢ i; “e 7 mI 5
2 efrigerators, seven Cu. ft. capacity. at ay ‘es. Bs pe \f TOURIST FARES, CANADA TO BRITAIN * a KOCL«
Ynly $636.00; 8.7. in f >, 1052 wa 4 : 7
TAKE NOTICE cam spas freee ree ree a! WILitAnNs. i All flighte by b four-engined 4g .
Ls Registrar of Trade Maske. [National Cath Book: Keeping Machine Book-Keeping Machine “North fae : hon _ bai
MECH AL in. | Operator previous experience wo-abreast seating ’
ANIC assume duties on or before lst. A roughout — and famous ee NEW YORE SERVICE.



~ ~ 1952. Apply in person with tten
CLOCKS—A new assortment of Bed-

com Clocks, Alarm Clocks, Ladies R.G TAKE NOTICE ope leatoe 3 Secretary. Dowsing Estates
Wrist Watches. L. M. Clarke, No. 12 ading Ce-, * aon
James Street. Phone 3757, NEO-PICATYL 7.52—An.
POSITION—Nurse. Serapane by
ra : secondary education and knowledge 0!
wporation lzed and existing under | nursing, willing to undertake suitable

“North Star’ service all
the way. (On trans- A STEAMER sails 20 June—arrives 22:bados ist July.
NEW ORLEANS SERVICE.

The S/S “THEMISTOCLES” sails 5th June—avrrives Bart 3
J $ Barbados 2ist Jv
A STEAMER sails 19th June-—arrives Barbados Sth Bus ik ik



Atlantic tourist flight
nominal charge
made for meals

8.7,52—1n *



TYPEWRITER—A modern Underwood









That WINTHROP PRODUCTS LNc.,

























|
|
‘andard model ortable typewriter,| the laws of the State of Delaware, :
aie { LIPTON LIMITED, a British Com. | ttle used. Dial 4500. 8.7.52—In. | United States of Acnorica, Manutac _ occupation oe ue oF ow ye gfe “Ome. gr" TSN eee a: nc ht om Sie datas aaeliiieds
Merb nts, whose trade or business —————nmenmens | tires, wixke trade or business | cate,’ ply: ‘eee
s : Boat tes eas mone don Teena eaces from $100,06 aerate, i 0, Broadvs y, New York, | YF ; s x CANADIAN SERVICE
in a8 app! or ar “PORTABLE” models. A week's fier | State o: ew Yor! S.A. has applie

tion Of o trade mark in Bart “A” of |iriat and terms discretional. Large| for the registration of a trade mark in locuniee aan uretionea as eee help, | = aa SOUTHBOUND
Re r in ect of tea, and will »=* election new and second hand office| Part “A” of Register in respect of | tam i: “Woes tao. Write PPP. Co SAILS FROM
enti to register the same after one machines all types, Electric adding | medicinal and pharmaceutical products | At” cate 6.7, 5--2n Montreal . Attives Massases

fromthe tth day of July, 1952 | :oachines calculators suspension ‘filing | avid preparations, and will be entitled | . aE ro - §. “TINDRA” Bee gy ay rie May 19th Tune Sth
un some person shall in the mean-| systems. Our machines all backed up|to register the same after one month | ca $$. “TISTA” on *t May 30th Rone wath
time give notice in duplicate to me at) \\inconditional guarantees and full main- j fram the 8th day of July, 1952, unless | MISCELLANEOUS & 3. “ALCOA POINTER" * June 1ath Suse
my e of opposition of such registra - | enanee service by our trained service | some person shall in the meantime give | “A STEAMER” .. , nf oS June. 27th, July 7
tion. The trade mark can be seen on) personnel. (Workshop on_ premises). notice in duplicate to me st my office | $62.50 POCKET MONEY easily earned “A STEAMER” || us ‘ Sue diet Sue,
ap] me at_my office. BRADSHAW & COMPANY. of opposition of such registration. The | by recommending 25 new subscribers to

his 25th wot June, yee 8.7.52—-2n nae ma can be seen on application | REDIFFUSION in one month, Le NORTHBOUND
“= ILLEAM a iy of .7.62—6n.
t Registrar of Trade Marks. Dated this 26th ow of June, 1952, | oft
; 8.1:88—Sn | POULTRY WILLIAMS, | REDIFFUSION offers $1.50 cash for era
| tales ‘of Teg ue arks. | eneh new Subscriber recommended by ROBERT THOM LTD.— NEW YORK & GULF SERVICE
-7.02-—-3n. | you. 2—6n
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SUPPLEMENT YOUR INCOME. by Apply:— DA COSTA & CO.,LTD. CANADIAN SERVICE

TAKE NOTICE [iparietate trom the Munewmten
ol ce. ae

ported Gordon Matthews, Brightun,
Black Rock, 8.7.52—2n

7 Le - _———_—
TAKE NOTICE POULTRY—White Giants, Anconas,
= New Hampshires, Brown Leghorns, Im




































MISCELLANEOUS | rae Meatlteaton tek Or onaameae
! tions 2 3 . information, ¥
AMBRICAN Brassieres in pink and ; } si eee 1 ey se Tiaeeee 6 Ok ‘Lap WHITE POTATOES ORIENTAL
white, A and B cups, all sizes, $1.50 per — rr eae > ; 5
Visa "Bret Shope, Brod, Sgt TAKE NOTICE egy ei 12¢. per Ib. i; PALACE

TRANS ~- CANADA



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{
AINS—C ‘9 Art Sill VELVET EVENING BAGS
Panties, 3 prs. for $1.00, Plastic Panties * 5 AD) REIS International + Trans-Atlanti¢ \ aS x
om | ¢ per
POO deat the histor Deets shapte, BLUE NUN LABEL That LACHER & COMPANY, » Kom. Transcontinental per W. SOUVENLES
Ab nn re fe man eselischaft organised under th
WEDGWOOD tscoad Street. 6.1.8) | 1. SICHEL SONNE laws of the German Federal Republic, ot incoedier: >> peedpaalihg
tan JOSIAH WEG SOD te SONS BLACK & DECKER Tools 1”, Ya", & aaatl ae mac ; i ole Pare wage una ae ca the ape ©
YTED pany al under | » : he SICHEL SONS LI TED, | 0° sudwig unimel, whose trade or POU ETO, 5 oo, tye
the laws erent Pitain, Manutac: | 22 ,,seoavy, Duty Drills, Drill Mesure [wke. trading as H. SICHEL SOHNB,|businoss address is "10, Richard Wag- |S" nae ee N .
1urers, Whose-trade on business addres: yaur requirements now the prices af the | ° limited liability company registered valee, Pforzheim, Germany, Manu- o. 11, Swan Street




reat Britain, Wine



is Barlaston,~ Stoke-on-Trent, Stafford ate a | under the laws of turers and merchants has applied for
shire, and, has applied for the :. Poe hee F pica and Spirit Merchants, whose trade or|ihe fegistration. of a trade mark in
registrati trade mark in Part “A . Ee 4.7.62--6n | busine: address is 3, Robert Street,| Part “A of Register in respect ot
of Register im-eespect china. eorthep- Adsipiy. ene is 2, sna and, om eee especially pocket watches,
ware ahd stoneware, and will be entitirc App or the registration a trade | wristlet watches, wristiet watch straps,
to register the same efter one month AY teh ada anaes waleee liad mark in Part “A” of Register in respect | parts of clocks, clock works and parts
from the 8ta day of July, 1952, unless sheets 6 ft. $3.94 7 ft. 60 8 ft. $5.24) % wines, and will be entitled to | of clock works, and will be entit‘ed to
some person shall in the meantime give] 4 ig, galvanised nails cents per Ib. register the same after one month from (ister the same after one month from
nottee in duplitate to me at my office} Vite Tyre Co. of Spry & Trafalgar St the 8th day of July, 1952, unless some | the 8th day of July, 1952, unless some

WATER COOLERS (Ice Cans)

Now Obtainable at

CENTRAL EMPORIUM

Wm. Er. 8 Mis

‘ Barbados Amateur Seine Assn. 3











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of een of ae erate aia Dial—2696 21.6.52—t.f.n pene: Keer a nee Sivg, patics | pe a Sesut ane Meantime ere
trade mark can be seen on application in juplica’ oO me at my office of} in uplicate to me at my office of :
at my. office LATHE, five small” Amarics “mall Aimerican wood | opposition of such registratfon, The |epposition of such registration, The AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES ‘ Under the patronage of %
Dated this 25th td of June, 1952. working lathes $% centres. $30. Several | ‘' ide pa can be seen on application | trode mart: enn be en of cpnlicaiior % CANADA DRY ~
* ane mahogany table lamps. Made from |“! ™y office. | ot _iny office a i »
Registrar of ks. 7 Dated this 2th day of June, i962 | Dated this day of Juz, 1958 + sista, i
8.7.52-—-3n.) 2/4 timber, Pair of pitch pine front, H. WILLIAMS, -



doors, new. Phone 47: | H. WILLIAMS,



Lad “f Registrar of Trade Marks Reg. irar of ‘rade Marks
5.7.52—In. > 8 @ >
$.7.52—n 8.7, 52an ‘4

“LAMPS—A new shipment of Canadian
ble lamps in various design®. Why
jut secure one now, when we have them,
om Da Costa & Co., Ltd, Electric
rept. Phone 3878 3.7.52—6n,

scale models.

ips ot Royal Nawy. ourse, Ashby, 5(
~orge. 5.7.

a

MA.PS-—Very old West Indian Maps i:

cellent condition, Dial 4201.

8.7.52—1n

during the month of August at a date to be announced later



R E D | F F U S | O N THE MODERN HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM

Offers a Commission of $1.50 in CASH for every New
Subscriber brought to and accepted by the Company.
REDIFFUSION will pay in addition a bonus of $25.00
to any person who brings in twenty-five New Subscrib-
ers in one Calendar month who are accepted by the
Company.

Championships will be contested in the following divisions:








Flyweight — under 112 lbs.

Bantamweight ote MS Eg, |

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Days seem endless to

one who suffers froma
tiréd, aching back. Don't
suffer from a backache!
Use A.1, White Liniment.
‘Rub it on and ie the magic
of its warmth do the rest.
Buy A.1, today!

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NIMENT,

Featherweight ons » 126 »
Lightweight aoe phere
Welterweight —_ 5 ae ’
Middleweight oe | ee
Light Heavyweight— i | ee ay





RECORDS—A new shipment of 43 1/°
®.m, records just received, selections
rom South Pacific, Calypsoe by Edmun
Ross, Dick Haymes album etc
ing fast. Secure yours now Fror
MCosta & Co., Ltd. Blectrie Dept
‘none 3378, 3.7.52—6r





Heavy over 175
Intending convpetitors are asked to call at Modern High School
for Entry Forms any afternoon 4—5 p.m.

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See them before it's loo iate.
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Street ; PRICED AT ONLY 3
Laas, : SHOOTING $3.85 Our prices on Galvanize Corrugated Sheets are:—
© PPLPODLPOS°HHDDOHSOSP OO SE ASON %
% | 6 feet $3.90
Is HERE © WHEE NIL@N MESH 8 7 ,, $4.60
‘ Sree Cone s 8 ,, $5.24
BMidun cartridges $11.50 Odloure Designs and all subject to 5%
pu hundred, Our cartridge
: prices can always be de- | ted Sheets:—
fa Home & Office pended upon to be the low- x On Iron Corruga
rt situa est. BRADSHAW & COM- AFTER YOUR $ | 6 feet $3.00
d ne-Saving: Prices PANY. T » $3.5
Be ee
Bureaus i Chest-of-Drawers, Bed. MBSOSSOSSSS 3 9 ” $4.50
tenes 2-feet te Setvet Pi y? 939990999055 9959 9696995 Now from stock g 10 ,, $5.00
Siahtehisirs, Towel, Shoe & Hat- s | 5
TABLES tor Di . > | All less 5%.
Sip rarey Ute, Chinn, Bedhsors : TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH ‘ PL ANT PROTECTION PRODUCTS &
& Kitehen Cabinets, Larders. neice. c. Bibs a3 x { .
DRAWING ROOM FURNITURE | ing ho gee HOLLAND $6.00 % % |
in Morris. Caned and other types, THE CLOUD ABOVE THE . AGROCIDE—Nos. 1 and 3 % |
DESKS with fiat loping tops, ; > z
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PAGE EIGHT

Wanderers Seore

@ From Page 1

On a perfect wicket, Spartan
skittled out Cable and Wireless at
Boarded Hall for a meagre 62
7Uuns. Accurate medium pace
bowling by Neville Medford and
Clifford Skinner was responsible
for Co & W's. collapse.

A Fighting Innings

Skipper N. T. Clarke, who scored
15 net out, and Mr. M. McKenzi
were the only Cable and Wirele:
batsmen to reach double figt
McKenzie scored ten.
innings was a fighting one and he
was the only batsman to resist the
Spartan attack.



Medford bowled 13 overs of
which five were maidens, cap-
turing six wickets for 32 runs.

Clifford Skinner took three for 18
in niné overs and four balls. Four
of his overs were maidens.

When stumps were drawn the
Spartan score was 150 for the los
of nine wickets. Bertie Chas»
and Crich Matthews topscored
with 27 each. Willie Jemmott
made an undefeated 23 while
Bertie Morris contributed 20.

Tony King gave the best bowl-
ing performance for Cable and
Wirless. He took three wickets
for 17 runs in five overs.

At the Mental Hospital, the
home team occupied the wicke
for the entire day keeping Pick-
wick in the field. Mental Hospital
scored 254. R. Chase topscored
with 95. Other good scores were
by J. Wiltshire who knocked up
55 and G. Yarde with 32.

C. White captured five wickets
for, 52 runs in 18 overs N.
Greenidge took two for 41 and O.
Lashley one for 37,

The match between Barbados $

Regiment and YÂ¥.M.P.C. which

should have taken place at the ‘

Gafrison Savennah was post-
poned. Brigadier Jackson, Com-
mander, Caribbean area is expect-
ed to be in the island on July 12
and the grounds would not be
available for cricket.
WANDERERS vs. CARLTON
Wanderers . 494
Carlton (for 2 wickets) 8
WANDERERS 1st Innings
A. G. Seale c Harding b Matthew

E. Alleyne c Harding b Nicholson 1i
M..G._ Mayers ¢ Gill, b Matthews 0
D. I, Lawless not out 163
C. R. Packer c¢ Harding, b Gill 47
R. Armstrong c Harding b Burke 7
G. Skeete ¢ Stanford, b Gill 5

M, B.-Proverbs ¢ Stanford, b Gill 7
P. Patterson b. Nicholson 1
H. Ramsey c Greenidge, b



Hutchinson iy 16
ad. Corbin b Nicholson 13
Extras. it
Total... 20
BOWLING ANALYSIS
o M Ww
G. Matthews 9 2
H. Burke 1! 1 1
J. Harding 8 3
A. Nicholson 7 46
K. Hutchinson 6 54 1
C. Stanford 6 a9
Qa. Gill 10 59
CARLTON—lIst Lonings
H., Burke 1.b.w. Corbin® ’ 0
G. Matthews b= Skeete 1
Marshall not out 6
Extra 1
Total VWfor 2 wickets) 8

COMBERMERE vs. EMPIRE

Combermere

188

Empire (for 2 wickets) Parl
COMBERMERE—ist Innings

Inniss c¢ Clarke, b Harris os 36

Branker ¢ Prescod, b Amory
Wilkinson 1.b.w. Preseod
Phillips, Lbiw. Prescod 1
Mr. Glasgow ¢ wkpr. Taylor,

b Chailenor 1
Mr. Smith stpd. wkpr. Taylor,

b Challenor :
Brathwaite b Prescod
Sealy c Challenor, b Harris 2
Maxwell b Prescod
Lewis not out 5
Robinson b Challenor.

Extras. é

Total...

BOWLING ANALYSIS
Oo M
Beckles .. 3 3
Prescod .-. 15 6
Armstrong . 2 5
Harris A os 2
Amory ..... i 9 1
Challenor ’ bye
Kirton +e 2
BMPIRE—ist Innings
Taylor b Brathwaite ll
Clarke b Brathwaite 18
Drayton not out a
Jones net out 0

eer

3
1 27
2 8 -

To (for 2 wkts.)
Brathwaite 2 for 12.

POLICE vs. WINDWARD

Police .. . ‘ wat

Windward (for 5 wktis,) aL
«+ POLICE—Ist Innings

C. Sealy c H. V. Farmer b R. Farmer 26

aT

B. Morris b Wilkie 0
G. Cheltenham 1.b.w. Thornton 31
F, Smith run out 1

Warren b Thornton 13
4 Howard stpd. wkpf. L. Farmer b

R, Farmer 4
C, Springer b Thornton 61
C. Griffith c Wilkie b H. M. Farmer 13

F. Forde c wkpr, Farmer b R.
Farmer
E. Denny not out

G. Shannon b H. M. Farmer 17
Extras 1
Total 181
BOWLING ANALYSIS
oO mM R W
Hu, M, Farmer 4.2.1 20 2
D. Wilkie 7 2 7 1
R. Atkinson 3 1 8 6
Ralph Farmer 13 1 78 2
Cc. Thornton so 48 2 4 3
Reynold Farmer a ae 1

WINDWARD—Ist Innings

Cc, Thornton ¢ Denny b Shannon 4
E. Evelyn b Griffith 0
R, Atkinson b Shannon 2
H. V. Farmer 1.b.w. Shannon 2
C, Evelyn b Shannon 2
A. M. Farmer not out 24
R. J. Farmer not out 2
Total (for 5 wkts.) 81
BOWLING ANALYSIS
oO M R w
G, Shannon 8 i 24 4



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SPARTAN fessional passed through Barbados
Cable & Wireless on yesterday morning for a brief
Spartan (for Pigties win sat’ Ine — stay from Trinidad by B.W.1.A.
I Fg avd b dkins ot ey 6 jintransit for Martinique where he
F zie lbw. Medford 10 hop to remain for a month.
A a - 7 ye Z Among Bailey’s victims are
H. Kir Med 8 Norman Purcell of Grenada, Dan-
te c wkpr ‘ ie| Booker of British Guiana and
» ‘Medford 0 G. R. Straker, the Golden Glove
, out 15 Champ of the U.S.A.
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ANALYSIS | J’ca Turtle Soup
9 4 18
5 32 3 (From ‘Our Own Correspondent)
4 3 9 oO KINGSTON, Jamaica.
0 AN—1 ot ef -s CDC headquarters in the West
6‘ tivdak es o acontnaeat 2 Indies announced that a well-
Parris I%.w. b Branker 14 known US. preserving firm thas
Wood b King = contracted to purchase the output
| ee eee “0 e? Turtle Soup produced by the
B. Morris ¢ Croney b Archer 20 Grand Cayman Cannery which
Matthews, stpd. wkpr. Clarke b was established by the Corpora-
. joa not out 23 tion in the Cayman Dependency
Skinner ¢ Cozier b A. King 7 ot Jamaica. ®
N. Medford hit wkt. by A. King 5 In his recent visit to the U.S.A.,
eee ee 9 Mr. Dunean Anderson, C.B.E.,
; C.D.C. head in the Caribbean, was
Total (for 9 wkts.) 150 also concerned with undertakings
BOWLING ANALYSIS of the Corporation in other Carib-
es oe ee “LITTLE MO”, Maureen Connolly, 17-year-old American Tennis star bean colonies such as_ British
iH, H. King 2 2 s ; who won the Women's Singles Championship at Wimbledon on Satur. Cuiana timber, Bahamas tomatoes
B Mattes . ; as ; day is seen in action above. and British Honduras Ramie.
D. Archer 6 0 36 a ——__—_—_
Tony King agg AT SHOWS CANCELLED
MENTAL HOSPITAL vs. ite Moblin: ‘Ginexnn shows
PICKWICK I . Oy which were scheduled to take
MENTAL HOSPITAL—Ist Innings _ n 1ans core place at Shrewsbury St. Philip,
Bae Re emis 4 tonight at 7.30 and at the Night-
N b C, White 0 engale Memorial Home, Black
c ce wkpr. b C, White 4 e i ~@ Rock Friday night have had to be
: BR ee s A ainst Not h cancelled due to unforeseen cir- +
wheres a ws O, Lashley 55 mg am cumstances
Todd ¢ wkpr. b White 8 bce ale ota angie
C. Knight run out is ‘ In Touch With Barbados
iB! Hope not out 4 (From Our Own Correspondent) Coast Station
Extras tie & LONDON, July 7, Cable and Wireless (W.I.) Ltd. advise
ee 9 wkt 254 There is hardly likely to be any result other than a {hat ,they can now communicate with
sali sbe “a 1798. a/0s, 9/89. 470 draw at Trent Bridge where the Indians are playing Nott- bados Coast station:—_ oy
v4, G/M 1/228, 8/23, 0/240. ingham. Continuing their slow but nevertheless certain opisis, oe "Mereaton’ ss) Maris Polina,
; Oe Mea progress the Indians to-day took their total to 436 for four ° perontets 8 eaaeparan\ 2.»
©. Lashley ei Soe og ae declaring. It was ety highest of the season, their IMerehanty 's." Clans Boewe. 5.5 Tekla
7 ae ‘ + . or 2S } > ¢ ; Petri . ‘ a it wale #8 ungus, 5.5 egen opard,
C. Whit @ 6 5 oon best having been 427 in the previous game With) Pe aka Galore, «0, Casablanca.
, »nidge 9 0 41 2 Boa 1 a: ene “ai so Yorks he ia > 87
C) Great | 2 F @ justeunder. seven housp. Hazare :Suiean ‘tot audit rt f :
». Greenidge 4 2 3 s s ;., azare no! ;
was unlucky to be dismissed when S“frey 7e5 Sports Window
just four short of his century. EP Mcsax Maaiwonaan
Se d Di 1820 When Notts started batting Glamorgan 216 BASKETBALL
con wis n Ghulam Ahmed struck two quyk , 29d CARLTON will meet For-
blows dismissing Giles for 15 and © J ae for 67 tress at Y.M.P.C. to-night. In
THE first day's play in the Clay before he had scored, But) sussex 14 the other match Y.M.P.C. will
Third Series of Second Division Notts mainly through veteran Muncer three for sever be _—ipilaying against the
cricket matches ended on Satur- test player Hardstaff (54) and ,,....,, WARWICK vs. KENT * Pirates.
day and honours were again even- Poole got out 69 recovered bebe ky oie: 04 Play will start at 7.30 p.m.
ly divided between batsman and strongy. There was more slow| Kent 5 0
bowler. At most grounds there .scoring in the University match] Mave 8 pe emensiaetrrvo
were good wickets and the condi- st [Lord's where Cambridge’s saraceriraseinamaninniistaitipiciiininidiantiammas \%
tions—although there were a few Sheppard made his eleventh cen-
drizzles during the morning— tury of the season. Offspinner

were ideal,
At Erdiston, Empire batted the

whole day against Erdiston and
when stumps were drawn
scored 321 runs for the loss

seven wickets.

John Bynoe again took the bat- 99
ting honours in the Empire
innings when he hit 86 against for
the Erdiston bowling. ho

Next best score was 68 by Ber- Pr

nard Bourne while Trevor May-

Marlar finished the Oxford
ings today for the addition of .39
runs
had seven for 104.





“LITTLE



inn-
and the final analysis of
Cambridge, made
scratchy reply losing gpening

bat Busby at 42 and P.B.H. May

runs later. These disasters

rade the batsmen hesitant to go

* runs and Sheppard was two
urs and a quarter making 5v.
oLancs against Derby former

; England opener Cyril Washbrook
ay 54 ¢ naneranan g
the: ge TE mci a ie reached his 1,000 runs for the
home against the Erdiston bowl- S@#S0n after he had made 13
ing but the only bowler to look SCOREBOARD
troublesome was Chester Cuffley, .
who took three for 70 with his INDIANS vs. NOTTS
medium pacers. Indians (for four declared) 426
At one stage of the game the th AEC a
Empire score was 160 runs with- DERBY vs. LANCS
out loss. e rby : fe oy
o ee + sat anes (for eight) 3y
In the Y.M.P.C.—Pickwick fiX- G'S oy 7

ture, Y.M.P.C. were dismissed for

GLOUCESTER vs. WORCESTER

156 runs in their first innings. worcester 337
Best batsman was O, Burke who © oucester for one 49
seored 42 while bowling for Pick- “OXFORD rs “CAMBRIDGE
wick J. Hoad, R. Cheeseman and oxtord 272
G, Hoad_ took two wickets each Cambridge (for six) 286
for 22, 27 and 17 runs respective. ShePpard we sens sal ss tae
ly, At the end of play Pickwick pesex (for eight declared).......... 402
had replied with 44 runs for two and for three 94
rickets Middlesex (for nine declared) S15
wickets. oy . W. J. Edrich 109
Good Bowling D. Compton 90)
Wanderers scored 158 runs in LEICESTER vs. HANTS re
their first innings against Har- Hants
? and for five 127
rison College at the Bay. J. Rob- jcicester itor seven declared) ..,... 483
inson topscored with 35 and D Vv. Munden "
Nicholls hit 26. E, Griffith had ¥ ¥ Tapisgon sab
r li ; " “i a good bowling spell and captur NORTHANTS vs. SOMERSET
ed four of the Wanderers wickets pyoptpants 271
for 45 runs in 19 overs. nerset iho
Qollege have now lost six d for six... 181
Clarke 5 for 47

wickets for 38 runs,

Combermere have gained a firs!
innings lead ever Central when
vlay ended at Vaucluse, Batting
first the sthoolboys scored 172
runs in their first innings, Mr. R.
Hughes topscoring with 40 runs
in which he hit two sixes, G.
Harewood hit 30, and N. Alleyne
wis not out 30.

In their turn at the wicket Cen-
tral were all out for 128 runs top-
scorer C. Fields with 24. N.
Alleyne did the damage and took

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five of the Central wickets for Hughes 40, N. Alleyne not out 30,
37 runs after bowling 11 overs P. Lashley 18, F, Scott 16, M.
and 8 balls, Four were maiden Skeete 16.) : .

overs. R. Fields took two for 27. Central 128 (C. Fields 24, N.

Y.M.P.C. vs. PICKWICK

AT Y.M.P.C.
Y.M.P.C. 156 (O. Burke 42, H.
Mandeville 19, D. Peterkjn 27; J.
Hoad two for 22, R. Cheeseman
two for 27, G. Hoad two’ for 17).
Pickwick 44 for two wickets, (N.
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COLLEGE vs. WANDERERS.

AT WANDERERS
Wanderers 158 (J. Robinson 35,
. Nicholls 26. E. Griffith four for
and R. Morris two for 19.)
College 38 for the loss of six

wickets,

COMBERMERE ys.

CENTRAL AT VAUCLUSE

Combermere 172 (Mr. R

Alleyne five for 37, R. Fields two
for 27),
ERDISTON vs. EMPIRE AT

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Empire -321 for seven wickets.
(J. Bynoe 8&6, B. Bourne 68, H.
Brewster 41, T. Maynard 54, C,
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Trinidad Boxer
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Maxwell Bailey,
middleweight boxing cham-
of Trinidad ang the Carib-
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former ama-







B.G. Gets New
Doctor, Lawyer

From © Own Correspondent

GEORGETOWN,
Mr. J, D. McBean Moore, son of
Mr. J

nt Secretary of the B.G. anc
Trinidad Mutual Fire Insuranc¢
Cop., Ltd., and Mrs, Moore has
qualified in Londen with the de-
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Queen’s College, he is at presen
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will probably be returning home
in about 12 months,

Mr. Francis Vieira, son of Mrs
Mary Vieira and the late Mr
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prietor, who was called to the Bai
in England in February last r
turned home accompanied by his
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WHAT’S ON TODAY

Court of Grand Sessions—10
a.m. ;
Oils and Fats Conference
Hastings House—10.00 a.m.

Meeting of Legislative Coun-



cil—2,00 p.m.

Meeting of House of Assem-
bly--3.00 p.m.

Water Polo, Aquatic Club —
5.00 p.m.

Basketball at Y.M.P.C.—7.20
p.m.

ASSIZE DIARY
Rex. vs. Mabel Harrison
(No, 20 & 31)

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Rainfall from Codrington: nil
Total Rainfall for month to
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Highest Temperature: 84.5 °F
Lowest Temperature: 73.0 °F
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Barometer: (9 a.m.) 30.000,
(3 p.m.) 29.954
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IV. Jl'h. IIUillAIHJS ADVOCATF PAiir r 11 New C.D.&W. Schemes Approved For W.I. Grants Total £271,721 %  a loan of C 5.200 were i under eleven new Development and Welfare set. proval. was noli lie I to the Comptroller for Development and Welfare in the West Indies during April, it ia stated in London. The largest of these new scheme* provides for tfo. tlon of a new hospital with 91 beds at Falmuuth. Jan the total estimated cost of C 183.950 a Development and Welfare grant will contribute I: 127.500 A grant of teo.OOO is made to Dominica toward* the cost of completing the traits-Insular road. This is an interim grant towards u total cost estimated al tome £ 119.000. The whol. %  however, has been approved In pnnclpl" if!lcient to %  road has been provisional %  • i marked from Development and Welfare fund' %  vailabl I I Inlot pendini; datlaion colony's loan programme A grant of £30,183 and a loan i>f £5.200 bava bean ..uproved foi a scheme to clear up the slum area of N. I • s En< KHU. Two of the new grants approved THE: 6AM feOLg I ia*. Cof 60*80 u tfesut *' %  Pn**i BUI I'M NOT a*. Ik.. /Q.ZA^/ f&gpJl&f--— High Water Mark To Be Fixed No Rats Mean A Hundred Rats SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC fetal lelli s atta-fTP" **V '•• %  •^*-*n*asBs In Carlisle Bay M V DMTWOO. M V Tunothf fm M.iStmafi. Bch I.Ui.4 Star. M V Blur Si.r BCD Koullnr. VIS Mai I """•l %  ** TUMI.UWI •I Bmitb. M V WiltonaUd. Brh %  >U .1,1,. nut ,,M nf the Maya mountain:; and detailed prospecting of certain the where lectcd areas when be Justified—for exampl North Stann Creek area the presence of alluvial tin was recently reported. *: 4.325 Tor B.G. A grant of £4,325 to But.ah Guiana provides for the appointment of an additional geologist sarv because where oil wells axe drilled in close proximity to high appears to WBU r miirk dlrncu ity In conneeHe said that, in accordance wirh rule," when rats r building are seen tion with the payment of royalties may arise (f there Is a change in the oositiun of high water mark. •Ince a lessor of private oil rights his "thumb cannot bind nil successors In title around iarnu to an agreement which might deregularly ft night and occaalooalto the Geological Survey Depart. nr i 000 II ><>u Mi Ihem •very day, ment This ds* now „ WB fp „ b> Government that colony of 5.000 -Irons: inhabits carrying out mmyt In the Wind„ „,,„,,, „, „,„, mconvenlem and "w vicinity. ?"Vn^lVS\'"A'\"£*< "•-">" >£, %  %  The Albert. ovnn.'.-pil ,„ m t !,.' %  -u, V of a nature ""* •W !" "WHy """ piper of St. Boniface" recenllj ST hltheSo "uSXa.' &S. !" .'j "T^J"*?%  "•T>>' •".• m.ln.v. W .rd Particular ohjertcd ,„ve S t.atic.,i •^ne in high > !" U !" 'J flU be the depoilta of copper tnon-foi*. In e amount ol minerals in Grenada, cement in t OM H him. Saint Vincent and sulphur dc^^__^^^_ posits in Dominica and Saint LucU Dominican Water supplic.in Antigua arc „,,.,, to ba improved undar a scheme |(,• 11|| |)lI"' \\ llllll" costing £ 10,200. The development ••* %  I "•* 9 01 cxi-tmg water supplies and ex. ra. Hm^ I.Vm.l TTltml ploration for ne*^underground lO BUy frOITl 1-OSO ^^^ ^.^ rl!puUUon as sources are provided for .both in rar~r !" M-1 Ihc only rat-free Canadian provthe Saint .!o„„ s area and in counPORT-Or-SPAIN. „„ bit the dust this spring as try districts; in addition cheap Dominican Republic Is willhundreds ot brown Norway rals r". !" S S ,S; provided -JJJ bMBUfa locsJ ..„„,„ ,„ desert Saskatchewan ThTrmv, Sv Colleee ot lb. productr" of Trinidad. Senor Wag. suggested the m graUoi. „,__ o.i_. r.„i nmril waa due to the rats getting MONTREAL. II you live on a (arm in Momreal anil never see a ral. ,i colony of about 100 of them call your farm their home. Ai'il it you nee them occasionally al nlsjht. though never pamiuiiel rarta elo* ... ihe colony COntllUlol tielween 100 and SOU rats The flgura were rcportej by L. b. Carncioss of Syra• lav, NY., at a pest control operators' conference II '.h • l'. vertity f Montreal, when he admitted: "We'll never ria oiuselves of rats, though we can greatly reduce thennumber through diligent application of our present resources." Businessman Heads Press Association Orti'iall. the Urst move was the i-ompilatton of ,i i*otagr-iihh record of about SU.UOQ men whu work in Uus dockyards of Plyrmoutra Chatham. Portsmouth .nd -Shcenieas. Wurk on .>(>ouiKrapny began at Pai-tsmouth to-day whsc a uiu UK'II iii the yard were callin groups ,l t' 1 ** *idua p>hoto.{iaphs by camera crews The record has boon completed 'rc.Lciy at Chatham. The Admiralty said "this •• ,< reversion to wartime security measures.— U.t. laimed that there had beci hange in high watarmat* and. on invasion force of Saskatchewan rats, but his defences, were bein*! inflltrated and outflanked N. L. Poulin. an imported pest %  isea GBOROETOWN. June 21 At tha Annual General Moot in,: or th c British Guiana Pre s A.'.-— .iation trndltlon was broken when Mr Cyril P Wight. Maiisger and the inter-provincial borSecretary of the Araosy Coy Ltd He planned to lay a poison *** unanimously elected Pi.nul.ir lanket across a 12-mfte strip of *rt 1M2—53 Clarence Kirton. %  ountrv 'tiaddling the main In\-ssUtant Editor of the 'Dail; control authority from St. Boniface, Man., "ral proofed" 40 farms cl vaslon route west. STUDENTS' PRESIDEfiT ... (ii c 'uwMi-t I* .i.iOWN, June 18. Fliilip Allsopp, biiluli Guianc Lltgilteeiiiig aludetit, )u be. Jdl % %  !' %  t< lit Ul til City nd Guilds Kiiginceruuj Coilasft, ll i-erial College of Tropical hjigni'i'iing, Liondon Universlt) On. ol tha privilege* which n will now enjoy is driving in tin UniViiMly's loo model car in procession West It" to rticelve £7 500 Camian Sllva. new Consul General was due lo years, of a Staff Tutor in IndusTrinid..tt last month weeeeds the trial Relations. His principal Inte Alberto Borda. who died at duties will ba to 01 • d Ihe Port of Spain Hospital early develop aiiui-altonal proj n May after a long Illness, for those concerned wait uuiu, ISBBB.SSMI vtnal relation. In all parts of the The new Consul %  % % % %  £ British 8 1 "' p it f> c *"* he "£2 cou.age Trade Unioi.s lo pay be able to Increase trade between afention W ihe education of their his country and Trinidad and that the two countries would, by A grant of £4,000 will enable frequent interchange of visits, tht; Government of Saint Lucia to cement existing bonds of friendengage an expert from Jamaica to B hlp. reorganise the island's Banana "Already," said Senor Silva. "1 Association as a step towards inhave seen opportunities for amplicrcnslng production. fvina a beneficial interchange in "* Tha approval of these eleven -op^norpp between the two countiew schemes brings the total of -^ Development and Welfare Aid to tha footand-mouth disease. Araosy" was re-elected Vice Pre* idem, Lloyd Rohlehr (Chronicl~ .--elected Secretary, Connie Theoj^^ Mayoj :>ald (Chronicle) re-elected Tree'.November. ursr, Henry Josplah (Argosy i • '.acted Assistant Sccretary-Tres-.%  — %  %  — ttrer and IJbr.irian. Charlie Wrlgh* Argosv Photo-Engraving). Roy Kl MANDtD the socialist Harewood (Chronicle Sports EdlrVrcy Armtrong (Edltr AHB.VAI-S n, h w mit-trMi) h W.rdg. F ThS-M-ll r ,-r-i.lr, I lh>n.ltM C CkaUMi;, A nandin r r it. in*! M i M.i.^.t 1.. kUltiKUl T Wltdri A Koth U ll l-.lfc.ln. f ri'-'h-r \ *,-!.., ,,-vi, I. *ai.Wr I* WrUsll. U I**-!. kMM I i A %  • %  VKNaSliriA kit X*VWrf Mil..' Mr I. li •> H .-•' l)-Uii..*, U|a i ...il. .,,iu..., Oui. ui iiu*i. Uasfi i TTlSOKniNSURPKISIN.. Urn aoksJj t>s*Jwcne, stifl, scbiag nus.:*. or iolou. I iinnaan. ibrno>t:k. eaius BSM IA rr.Tti.ia uiuury truuMss due t!> -iipunucs In the blood car. be \ tsoosne. Si.ng, awtiv kidssfi sskE .isrd >out heakh by irislnissg r-P ixiUei sod hsixoiful wattes oni ..f the lyttem. When kidnrv action n inadcqusu snd hiU K. tilier the bk-d propcily, A.k asssj rfe /•* a and dswo mlb rt are the i -jucoi tesiiln. tosi.'i ns^ktwhc KiJ. %  v I'lJls tauM Ihsppr elei by I -Icing %  .Ictnx UM Udney Diusrs %  id MI inmilanng (heir scrion o^ can rely upo* this sssD • wi. diiuvtic snd srsasrs iiiteptlc. Man* t hw i s s ml e e* i i" i J men and women have t •niied to the good lacaler i .v here rtgaiaved by rakasf I n .. PII:I '/J m ih %  Ks # B i l l U ltasWerSUs^gl 'SW TKINUtAt) A .. a rw T i ucu *t Walks... t Hi i>> M Dmcii A Thm tie. M 1 n SHIIMIU win. AIUUVAIA a. II v It.im TSiNIDAlv ZJSUFS £rrr r-nn OBTNAIH -.iu— M I .-Sard Pnai viiiMn, 1 .i auti.i.i. i' V lli„, ,i l.xrfcL J \lUon. Hull.1 I PalrKk • ki E a IIHSI-". %  til I Hartie. i it Wakes* .l.UvMbl A f-tn*k. II A OnCh>M. R ii.li. N rang, rapuiMu, s wti nek, C BUnrhSrld H II wi o-.i. ,. M Hum, I i nriAKiitnts-iv HUM SB W. it.'an i • i it.i %  MofUni rinrtl H-1-..iM K.II. i U I IXlU 111. H'.lUSal I %  .. AMI %  I Ban*) E Smiih I. M ivir.-jvi: I. Keiin. '. III". B | III., %  %  K Mi.. 1. i VcoMystery Weapon lo a grim bid to stem the skeeterlng and scrambling horde*, the Alberta Kovernment hired its spatial "pled piper," who uses a mysterious new weapon of war that he guarantees will give rodent? the blues. TT.e blue poison was bein> spread in a grain-saving effort on t>olh sides of SJbbald, Alia., the main bastion against the invadHa; tVMdald Edwards of tit Times' Monthly), and Unita.l Ptlgi-iro was y<^U-rouj ic-! \. N. Johnson (Pdltor 'Gulan %  nuii.ilod until Usa 14th instant by feview' Monthly) eleeteit MemHis Worship Mr. E. A. waUot ol bain of tha GovemlnR Committee, a i nurge of steailiiig a uhraaulltl w....h $175,110 from Maaara MuuThc AssoolaUoD'a Annual Dinn | nir & c „ L| (l> tier will be held this year at the When the matter comes Up /or Motel Tower on Saturday. July hea-ing again Edwards wil' 2. when Hii ExcelU-Pcy the Govap|M*r before City Police MaglsSII Charlaa Woolley. r8 t,, Mr. H A. Talma. Ttie ^ CM ! % %  • Bwiln U.. ni-xl West Indiaij Boy Spirit of the original ugrevmen' Scout Jainhoree. wrilch Is likely to subject British citizens to the to take place in 1956, will ba held jurisdiction of alien courts and in Trinid.-K' l.iw.—B.C.F. District post control ofllcer Vic I n i 3 orkeland announcad discovery the first Norway rat ever spottad In central Alberta. It was a dead rat. But Blorkeland said thst where one dead rat was found, there were sure to foe a score of healthy and hungry ones lurking in the vicinity. With thc rats chewing holt, in Alberta's hopes and defences. to U.S. citizens anc '^obaV'brought out his battle maps to consider salting up a second line of defence. Between the two Unas ho promised to wage a blttar "no-bltcs-orbaft-barred" war, and repulse the rat Invasion. L.E.K LABOUR MONEY TIME MASSEY-HARRIS ATLAS LOADER The Super-Six Atlas front end loader la one of the latest developments to make farming easier, more productive. Full hydraulic opt ration and perfect balance assure the operator of sample control and instant response . makes continuous loading %  pleasure instead of a back-breaking chore. Attaching and d>*. thing operstions tske but a few minutes making (He tractor readily available for other work. Five attachment,, are available with ', yard capacity; they easily lift 1000 lbs. to vj^-feet in (a, Msumum capacity is 2000 lbs. See the Super-SU Atlas soon I 4 0L T RTES1 T <-\ll.\lai: CMIIfsKHT TIIOM I IMITI II. 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PACE SIX fumun..* ADVOCATE CLASSIFIED ADS. AX>orMEME>TS p n,r ***** Ttir^MONf 2101 IN MKMORIAM % %  • B|_ aver levins memory el Bar lara. Who Irll naleep o Mh July 1M1 Vo. Mr aid!) Mated MltlM Yea. aWyate-i Ru abend aTrrle R T U—in rinsowi *ft5£. I'l HI M *OTUr.S _______ W TlM publW are, ftlvliuf ci"1 nan* uniaea b a written a ilfntd h "" r*M SOI OUON THOMPMOM. FOB HF.VI HOUSES M—.< %  • N Bad '. >,CABF.u.i .gup in temlltioo l-rtre |4NI I % %  • %  .1 >* r MM .-lni\o (on Auetln A 40 Car 1 ,ars; NOTICE MM ol the ViU > ..nd M ere requeeted to d tt>W> ir.idina call a KIM. ESTATE Boat Overturns: 13 Drmvned .< ertoaed olid wai %  CALCVCH1MAOn lb* Roc a lav C-aat. D. . I <*>.. ockUy Cuei TRUC* —Chevrolet fiuea. no re-ao... b'r oiler refused A BUHM t g M a t Ba-I I. n in* eaeCALCUTTA, Indli Kiverbank crowds watched thirteeji July 7 .rylfcsah bd CARIBBEE LEAVES FOR DOMINICA The Motor VCKM. Caribbee; which CWM off dock few week* :IJJO, h-d her engine triali yMterday momUif 'n Cnrllsli* Bay TtlSbAV. ,'LI.V *• MM Q NOTICES TRTJCat—Used Furfe 9 ion need ante Mom. 1* h p I v all All of Iha above In Minn PdM Raul GiraJ%  MM *• ......1 •TDIl II.. New HM>I N.< be aem al Trie I. i.adinf Cotp w t loi reel SolA|.i>U %  p.e lO Operate. A*.I I I %  the ,mav.ei TOIW Tel ITCl ... m m i • iv—_/ of th. day %  %  p.r -Hhir live day. --. Auilin altar I mi. r r furUMt Inform, lion car. i.. It ii T-l, < Amertra*. rnaeulal'. Brideevwn. Bar•JW'taWi. nio'n.i Tweun j DaC'OUT* rJrown . Monday to uTSSS {j^JS "• ** ** ^ ** Brahmaputra River at Gauhati. !) ^"lcm. A-im, when 3 ferry boat turned 1 %  n In iiudain-111 Two rescue boats which put. out in an attempt to nvr :he l_Miien.. win thcn-Wlv** t-A-ept dowruitraam by fierce currents whipped up by fierce monMmM "ill offer lor al* at -u uflKNO It. ll.Hi *tr*ti mr>da'iwu. on Mail, lb* II" ,'^> 1 Jjta %  M M 2 pm rlUt DWELLING. HOUII known %  llanlluf." naadinc on I acr* 2 ioo#a %  of land on Utf> m-u. 10M tl Whit* Hall, ftalrrf Hlehael Elmrlt I |ht and rxuialnar watar .,..„ MM That WINTIIROi' PIIODUCTS INC -'.rixi-atlon orianlird and • IKlaw* nl lh" rHW "BM PM H-AT i*n I ji.t^had !• 1 PMj •> IXBCTJUCAJ %  TtXT~-T.. r r !" *4 HIUHJ, locjlr.l ii, Fallnoi Au 1 'W tw MB> %  >• •BB] I l Cap n !" > tha.> I'li.niiirW-'HJ.1'PMi -pa Ti. r>-daal. ulr>Ma> nuntlxr flT) .rs fOAClf CO LTD. fUrkatl ( KOOMVT*" f.,rnlalMd rooasa. run weMJ Will, at -HM-i fcia-a In Wwia,do Uardm.-. mtn'itu walX tUrW Cfc* of Cil OMI •: UMT & ioi\n LOST ( %  an r*clvaa n*** ihlpnv-nl -i Baal ~ -.l*.* Ai.iataaaar CMM>n '1 C: S. aiad'i A C" 1 Id Baflln CaV 1 .tun la* M > i. .HIST ARRJA %  %  1 .ra-Mti.1. rn Badio-Cnirw 'Wltn fluid J-at..d tkinirKi Twe HickUf H^ada naaula voir>r>. .n atmaUVi Mfdi A llmllid qua i -0 an r r 8 MAPFTI a. Wm He—I M ( -. idia— %  1it"* 1 .1 I!H A %  r*'-jMat of a I .eaptct U %  'i D" iir(.i*. ind p_H in.cn! id roriaUpaIMB>, and --111 be anMUM to riga H a i •! %  " aliall 11. %  oppaaltutn uf AUCTION thh Hi day .•an a Tattor 1 as—in 01 t M I M %  I 7 12 1 .ill cdtar lot ula L rMbld "t "n. Contact C (I'Dowd. o.rti 1 r--*i TAKE NOTICE PLEWIN thai WIKTMROP PBormcrrB w . .. ipoiilinn oraanuad and %  I.Ira law* of Iha Stat' <-' I U'irtod Riatat it V rara. wbnja trad* or fcnitln— I mldrrtII I4M Braadvnv. Hew Yf*. I atata of Nrw York. Hi* Mi appllM I. r Iha rrftitrallin ol .1 ll ..rl "A" of R'indWInal and pharmapnitlPal prsparamth ffom tbt W—t Sttara* h-rto.do. y, barbadot May l .t joo Hanw a %  haiaa 1 .*\ lUnadn NOTICI; India Rum Raanaay I. Bharr; Co. Ltd f- Dlvkl*r. 11 Flra Inau ana Coilan fac; pirlaranrr ItCFIUOEBATOKS Karaaana opalcd rrla-ri-atora W< hit v.a tew l.fl -f Jl.. •iioui nmrulux Krro-f"* Biirnnl 'rlK-rai.im. artan Cu II capt.l> mt) a*at %  7 M : %  MRCHANICAI. KS A i.l WatcMl %  ~.li b. at my ol rsfjZatk ... Waal k-ll r nOdad A Tobaao l J > at Oaataaa ParUK ' u n.i abovanianUanad •" t up for aala al Pub ic titday tba llth day of J p.m. at Carnailen Uraet, BrkldaiOWB. G.E.C. FLASHLIGHT BAnERIES 18c. each S 3 'OLOlKriaTTEB'' %  arnartuMJ *•' ...i from iPart nrla atay aiat. invoopart HM '"< alakaauawa Jam iw. •ttdaoy luia aaui. Brtabanc July Hh. arrlvtna at Itarbadoa about Aiafua* •*> In add.1.011 to faaarrml catea UUa vaaaal •uu ampaa a*a
HrtUah Oulaaa, Laeward add Windward MaBaa ror further paft i —dan apply— .1'KNBta II.I> • CO. LTD. U V t ARlBhXE wlU 1 C-i*o and Pa*aana11 turn Morn • NNI HOOM.lt UttVSSii AHaOllATIOM INI (Miwtfar. Tata. —: • -— **|] SACUENA'Y TERMIMALS CANADIAN SEBV1CE From Montreal and Halifax %  "'I'M". Baiaasx IV July •th AugUH 23 Auawa UNITED KINGDOM SERVICE From Soaytb Walea. Liverpool and ULaagow raaaaai GU>I WAltTHI Da tad Ih.aMh My H WI! %  %  HELP U Clatka. No 1 MM. I.T.IaV-1 -•"V r iMITT.D. a Itrllch C • n Marh'ntt. wt-.aIrada or buUnaa* o-tdaw i IT" W U. Cily Road. Londo. ( C ftrr.d. ha. appLad lor Iha raduiia t...n W fad* mark In Ban "A •! n.(ia .n rasp-ci a* taa. and will v • atiHt&d to rai"ter Iha HIT* "' on rnoratt fie— ih. rth da* of July. IM lualaM sum1-1..1. *nnafetd Oda tth da* nl J lav II W1UAA.WS. RrH-lr-r < %  T..dM^rk* TAKE NOTICE •Yl-rwniTBRA inodam nd..rd model poriobl'** %  uasd. 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Republican Convention Starts'* Ike Wants Rules Altered HEE SUPPORTERS BESIEGE KOREAN ASSEMBLYMEN To Reduce Taf t's Lead (By LYLE C\ WILSON') CONVENTION HALL Chicago. July 7. The twenty-fifth Republican Naiional convention Rot off to an angry slart Mondav with big state d backing General Dwight D. Eisenhower's proposal 1. i ruk change vital lo his bid ior presidential nomination. Republican National Chairman Guy George Gabnetson belatedly called 1.206 delegates to order after a series of stats* Caucus votes which seemed to assure victory for the Eisenhower rules manoeuvre Eisenhower's managers pressed the buttle of the "stolen" delegates toward %  showdown us Republican faiOu>l streamed to the mammoth air-conditioned convention hull for the opening session. Partj elders strove to avert a floor tight But Eisenhowei strategists who rejected all compromise offer* last week learned that Taft was cold to compromise. What they might work out was not clear. One Eisenhower leader said the change proposal Is "being modified every minute." In another convention time development Eisenhowei headquarter* disclosed that governor Dewcy Roosevelt McKeldln of Maryland will nominate the General when the candidates are put before the convention Wednesday. McKeldin "favourite son" and the choice ol the Maryland delegation appal ently will try to swing his state*! 24 votes to Eisenhowei on ihi first ballot. Move Criticised Senator Robert A Tafl wh.. may stand to lose a batch of contested delegates if the riilc* change goes through, criticized UKproposal as a move to change the ''rules in the .niddlc of the game." As the Convention opened Taft had 538 delegate votes and Elsenhower 428 in United Press tabula.. lion based on pledge* and known i~ first ballot prefer. !" --. : Wesl Indl i.l M K \i EISENHOWER West Indies Sugar Record Expected See Mori' For Your Money For some time past KIM has had a "MultI-Stopover Plan" which was sp.fi.dh Introduced for the ronvenlof tourists, but Its beneilts can also be enjoyed %  \l passenger t'ndrr Ihi> pl.m B passenger can break his Journey al all th. places %  erred' by KI.M between his starting-point and destination. There Is DO extra charge for this facility and It is also pcrmlssiMe to make use of different routes. Passcngvis irom the United Stales, for example, can flv by two different router to Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Hamburg, London, Munich. Stockholm and i Three routes are available for travel to Geneva, :iv well as o IJibon iind Vienna, while there is choice of our routes to Minirid and Milan, and as many u* seven toutes tn Rom. This means that an American tourist can flv to 'C %  .' ri. ii II Mini li (.1 AMI LONDON. July 7. ituiish officials, newspaper editorialand eapert>n miei i oa Mon%  Amen* po|lc> \ %  th-' I attla PDF I Republican prest dential eand,.' Chi rsgn. # One high official with first. hand knowledge or the AngloS Amrifni exchanges. p-iiHiilarb* on Far Eastern questions. rrf> red to the month's talks hctweePore gn Secretary Anth I %  acr at arj of state Dean tcheson which lie s*id d*alt Aith "the realitic* behind I diplomatic facade." The officials said "despite tn, R 'ted a luund full agrees ,' I :'....( 1! I, >nal scene. It n onlj I com itlCl 'Wf 'oiintrle* cm draw strength fron each other to face up to the 'hreats of ..ggression. We (•* MOW there should le an end U 1U< II. Of the United States .. %  nt." SOUTH ROMAN NATIONAl MSIMBLTMIN battle their way through a r lyngman Rhse after the Umi.V.fM had brer Unprtsontd In IhaJPus: Mags of the assemblymen was tha Utesl outbi heel fight for reele. Tovnbee and Karl* llgu Sugi (re the The change would bar contested p ul ,he British Cariboo delegates from voting on anv issue | ?ted production ft As'ociatit 613 Die Over U.S. Holiday Week-end %*! i any before the Convention until they had been formally seated. The present rule, 40 years old. permits contested delegati 000,000 torn the area All the British West territories show mcreaIndies with UCIIIUL.^ LuidhEatcu UKiEKaica w ., — vote on all contests except their I th ". *"eption of Barbados, which own In preliminary manoeuvring re lsters %  <*">P (rom h '' time record Republican national committee gave Taft 76 and Ike 20 delegates out of the contested total of 90 Demand Teat Fighting for 42 disputed southern votes which the national committee tentatively awarded lo Taft, the Eisenhower forces demanded an Immediate tct on their proposal to amend the 40year-old convention rule. Eisenhower's managers claimed enough to push through n change which would bar the contested delegates from voting on any issue until formally seated. That would keep disputed pro-Tafl delegates, from Louisiana for example, from voting on a ^tntest over the Texas delegation. Taffs campaign manager David S Ingalls denounced the rules for the change as u "desperate last minutes" move by Eisenhower forces to salvage a "lost cause -UJ. COMMITTEE TO PROBE RICE BOARD URGED GEORGETOWN. June 28 Honourable Daniel P. Debidln would like the Governor to appoint a Select Committee of the Legislative Council to examine and enquire Into the working of the Brl"ish Guiana Rice Marketing Board He has given notice of a motion in the Council stressing that therwere many causes for dissatisfaction In the working of the Board, and In the taking and discharging of personnel iroductlon of 187.001' tons, to 165,000 tons. The biggest percentage increase is recorded by Antigua, expected to manufacture 32,400 tons this year, compared with 18,812 tons last year. The sugar crops In British Guiana, Jamaica, and Trinidad are likely to be about 233.000 tons. 277,000 tons and 100,000 tons respectively Total British Colonial sugar production last year again showed an increase. Mauritius produced a record crop of 450,000 tons during the 195152 season. Exports of sugar from British Colonial territories in 1951 totalled just over 1.300,000 tons, and these exports are expected to reach 1.370,000 tons this year. During 1952, under the Commonwealth Sugar Agreement signed 1; December, Britain'Ministry Food will purchase the whole the Commonwealth's exportable surplus. • BELIZE NEWSPAPER EDITOR BOUND OVER TO KEEP PEACE BELIZE B.H., July 7. Lindbcrg Goldson. editor of the Bests* Billboard, has been bound over to keep the peace for nine months following the publication of an article which accused British troops of atrocities. He had written an editorial suggesting that the death of %  citizen last spring was not simpl> a shooting incident as slated b\ British authorities.—

The •"Times" printed • %  Wigthy letter from Arnold To\ ubce I Tdward Mad Eerie. Vail hcmselvcs "Bngltshman a American who ha-e been Ma* mil prnfe?i;ioiiiil associates I i: 'ounh of Juh Independence Day weekend holiday during which more than 800 persons met violent deaths An unofTlitlal uivt'v from 6 p.m. HI Thursday to midnight on Sun %  lay showed at least 018 persons (led m various accident Mjhwity mishaps. 170 by drowning, seven in plane crashes. 2 by fireworks, and 72 In mlsce'laneou.> iccldenu The majority returned from means to France" the letter wh." At the Airport i ,,.. u,,boy fihing ^trenrns. beaches and re-, The writers esipressed regret for off and wish them success were i>rtto Mirtvr In a collar wilting ; somp aspects of American handIfi I . l.vu,u Ijfe Vice-Presiheat wave that blistered much of ling of rar Ea-tem ..ffain, a-|danl of the*Association. Mr. Qilhigh as pedallv the Korean armistice m .ur Hocheforde Honorary Seeas, th.'l talks, tmt said % %  r.d -|.f. d.<\ morninjj by H.w.i.A for Martinique t<> take ptrl In •he cycle meet whftth is beiu^ held mi July !4 til Ctwbl ill :h (all MI the BBSIIIU'. a N;ri n Prance nd her eolonita The main event of the pTogrammt, the Iftll kiloinatoi oad '.ice will however Hike place on Julv 13, while the track tyvnti will take place the foUowlng U] <>mprlslng the Barbado' i > i Mi .r w. H Chanary, An.ileur Athlete inietl the nagsr with Mi. C I government. The Premiei said he already had obtained the accord of the ma)ority of lane landowners to the scheme particularly ... in areas where squatters long moved In on large estates under the veiled protection of Vietminh bands. The Premier"' acilon is the flrtt direct move on the part of Indi-, China state government to com-1 %  at Vietminh promises cf a land' reform programme along the lines irrled nut hv the Chinese' G L Merta IT HAS BUN announced In New Delhi that G. L. Merta has been appointed India's Ambassador to the UMl*d States. (lntcrnatibr,al; Danes Will Deliver Ship COPF-NHAGEN. July 7. :)..> lafa Parliamentary leaders i'.rced Monday to back up the lovanunsnt'i decision to spaed delivery of a D.uildi bu.lt 'inki-i to the Soviet Union over United States warnings that diliverv Hid I*.i volution of United States-Danish Aid agreement The United Slates last week arned Denmark that delivery of the 13.000 ton tinker Apshrron al ireaeni completed is in violation ( Oba -Battle Act" by which Congress voted recently to prohibit United States aid to countries which export strategic muti-rials to the Soviet bloc. United States Ambassador Lopenh.igi.-ii Mr*. Eugene Anderson was Informed of the decision immediately following the nutting and officials said the Danlal Government would give a form.d reply to the United Suites later in the day. The Danish view expressed by Foreign Minister Ol Byorn Kraft who headed the meetii. H i that the contract for the Apsheron two uir.er tankers and live small n-ftigerator ships wet in 1948 several vea ftaCora BM U.S. C>rgress puaed II* ban. Th* contract Kraft sad must tnerefore be rilleil t %  Nguyen Van Tam said many large land owners are already selling off theii property in the hope of getting a bigger price than the anticipated government offers. Although some Vietnam, factions consider the Premier's scheme as "revolutionary", informed source* said if has the backing of most elemen' the best possible barrier against communism In margin.. -CJ. Big ".?" Reply To Russia Delayeil LONDON, July 7. Official sources reported on Monday that the Wsvtern Bit PI ras reph to AustU'i Blast tola "ii Qennany has | layed again. American, Bntind French experts have been their fOVvVna duce the note thev drew up i Paris last week Th> note is not aapsctad —red in Moscow until Ute J Suggestion^ fru... Chancellor Konrad Adenauer of! t Germany are being mcorp(-rated into the replv. The West will express reurilless to meet the Russian* for dkrcel talks on the setting up of an impartial investigating com%  vhich is t. ( determine 'inloiiditiuns are condUciVa to the holding of all Oerruin elections— V.r. v sec ary ami many of then rslatlVt %  Before leaving, Mr Chsnarj ; ud thai the boys wore not only. fit, but were keen and abasrful .md were looking forward to the 'our. Foi most uf th heir llrst experience ouliide of Barbados ana they to do well. The COndlllom I" M.iiimiquihe r able lo get accunionn.i lypa of leitam thr-y would Ntw Snags To French Flan For Tunisia id traverse. With lhf skill TUNIS. July 7 daJ > %  let rfai p %  • i %  11. proajranuna dsvclMouO.j when Fiuncb >t Genstsl Jean do Hsuts%  *< iiMH'inii! in Ilvo weeks with I'IUHMIO. I'n-.n. %  i Balah UbM I'lil.,-, ..u T ,o!|.. ..,,1 11.. rouche was cordial to u„fraacb leader but was unable to pmm%  ; %  oca of it.' Frsni h i tdgramu SVSOlUal I nnerulel anthotn the Bay*l pnroval rlautaclocqiai wSm ijtui*urii from Paris with an ons. is expected to meat ha iley this aran Tueadaj ii, an attempt to win %  i the Arab rulei But etrclsi %  d he had given the 'mpression iba| bs would "" iha pioramma, sr I posfUoi with the -ntl-lteform-naUonul(U. They -aid | 1( might r. hulRa bu mnJn %  One a l. I Of 300 supporters of President 1 ,i Ova hours. %  i i l-ij.-r'nitiuiul Kadlouhoto) Worst Weather Of The Year On Sunday BARBADOS had some ut IU .ihei tn tinrai rsiil showers The> -i ta !>r C, I. i on wtu informed the Police iltliiugh she was luflarlnl I RI slioik bn condition was not The house is 18 x 0 feet will. %  'roof .n.t kttohen Ml tehad -Uiunveh in si patoi • out of Sfldar yesterday. Ii u. i>—.-.ibl-Ti get through to I'ollcs BUUuns id DUtrlcl "%' .1 SpetghUlowu M. aw-" 1' T iawas SH ahowet: '-imHIiMit, IHII in the ill Till ,'nitmuoualy i.iuK from light t fatrl> day" k loulinued with Another 9ecrel IVuce Sr.^ion Heh\ ML*N*S,\N. Boraa, July 7. United Nations and Communist armistice negotiators held their fourth consecuUve secret meeting to-day a U.N spoksssnan said Proceeding* were on a business i,i > • *>i irutriK. Ti'o ": I'M"! . _t_ > %  %  %  "" i'-"-1 .""'H S'"...? U S,..I'.."'' r ".'ir ,, JlS: ally adspi Jets Make Record Flight HONOLULU, July '. F84. Thunder| fighter war front landed here alter a livehour and twenty seven minutes nnnsb>p flight from California* Travis air force base I mile air to uir refuelling flight was the longMt of its ktnd cvei attempted and was the first W of the flyers' course Ui Japan. Aircraft attached lo the 31il outh of Tanu fha ohargi d nar the station buffet rut Ihere were no Injurfe it lufaeii i 'in. iranl on tbg %  ndai night to tell Tunlsliu I ,,.,.,,,, | i'ii tiulxlantial rsalH Bui t i iccued without U %  oodrwUl .nd r.uth af all" t.r ke basis. The single Issue o: Fighter t>cort Wing of Strategy exchange of prisoner! of wai A.i Cummimi. left Travis .Ml Gen Sugar Producers Kold Privut.lilks :.ONJxjN July 7. areaka Sugar Produoheld i private four hour b g herr t<-lay. nepruenUtivaa wore present from the Wast Indies. FIJI. MauriUns. South Australia. Mr. J. M, %  '.V %  • Ilia Camin the ctiair. understood included future shipments to C i No Food Ministry officials wero present, the meeting !>eing purely paled that iheT' will be Ministry official* liter thK areas! *tir mn-ting 'I. tanned for Wedqesdr.y and it is thought possible th* roe i>e cailM in to disc Friday ui armistice. To-day's meeting lasted %  mute*. Cxsrutlve aaaaka i same tomorrow Brig William P Nuckols. UN Command spokesman Indicated th. I eds refrained from using pronai BI day Both aran i >ad prepared aUtementa damluuf ith the exchange of prisoner', Nuckols said. He refused to say whether progress has been made.—CF) yesterday .mdj will be fol.idditional planes today : .>rrow. i.g 438 mllSB pci hum 1 SDC l flight, the planet CMr(-fuelled in Lbs •> i bv hunt lanes converU'd Into flvlng fue Utlons. U.8. Alrforce officials enacted the pilots to take off for the e-|' ond leg of Uielr Ulp Wednesoay, but would not give any in-, icatton as to flight plan* —I'.r.'i naafj i %  .i arhlrti %  t badly m nerd re flooded and areas took pra pi I parishes record. On page I. \i'w ghl Monday to fi>rm a new government for Iran. The Shah received Mo* .nKtlenre at the palace (ottOWUlg t.ir passage of the Senate's resolution agreeing to Mossadegh'* forming a new government—fj.P. Guy Fawkes Comes Back To Life? LONDON. July ICntlSsM Yard susnwu pOaMamaa to ine Houses JI rVUesassri Monu^y to search tor a ooinu jfter an anouymous urlepnone caUcr said too House of Coaninon* would be blown up if Uie Korean w.,r was not brought IO an end at once. The telephone cause— whose voles police said w-int of on eou. .tii man %  slaaavsa > %  N In place under UuCummonv t hamber -nd that Uie charge would go off when member were about to enter The vaults under the Parliament building?, were thoroughly searched brfere the session got under way. but police (ound no trace of explosives. The I'oli..aasra < iticfleu that the telephone thrent was the work of a hoaxer or .-..ok — IP. (iuy FawRes %  t atholu with Kobert Caleshy and othr i %  pUnne.1 the Ounpowder HOI IDOV Although warned of the diacOVOry of Iha pint. F.iwkes persisted iiiured in the eeli.u ..! ihe P.uliiiment llntre ..nd hanged The Gunimwder Plot was 'he conspirMcy entered upon by a desperate hand of > Bthalkl In Ihe reign of James I to avenge the harsh trentment lo which the ".(hollo wen ubiertcfl in lays Barrels of gunpn '.rcreted in Uie vaults under rirath the Kouaei of Parbaind n WSS |