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Gleaner, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1957, Kingston, KingstonThe daily july 1957. Page seventeen shipping air sir vices of i hip i Montero own Rrt. And Othic in Ltd la 4111 to Dally announcements in thai of Olumn. Air of Cavalier k a agent to it new Orleans with Carfo t Panen Gerl. She will do no. 1 Fier. S Slaton failed yesterday for the out j to Load fruit. Tomorrow s. It Antonio for the us. S fruit f u for the t n i of for London yaq1t. Trull co. N from be Jav Orleans on 1 passengers and f i i Dora at the no. a fruit co. In from new York on with passengers and cargo. Pc i at the no. 2 pier. Ma.n1stee fruit from the t Elled King t and cargo. She a. The no. 2 tier Alcoa Corsair Denpe in it to. I h and cargo from Mobile via new York on it m s Araby Roval mall line. Irrl Vei from it. Kit Luvel in. R will at Royal a r ird sail for the outposts Sorrnir-rn1 Ilamai it frill a c o agent Are yesterday from London we b and cargo she docked Street wharf s fruit c o. For today and sorta. Sail for London with front arg fa1rw1nd s Nakhle a inn tailed on sunday for Djreo xxi Ortr s c i Uhli at son. Sailed on for Savanna la mar to Load c i c i Indian a Jamal i i i today for Montreal vi1 i vf11f.i.s in port of1kron Demer co. I at Church s Rrt or Arf s s air Nollia de Mer a nth at Church i if ans if. T William agent at Lyons wharf. Movements of planes . Hoac flight ba447 a Miami Vul Montero Riv 7.30 i1hia Ilik in ha051 de Lurli a via Ilay a f i Oil 4111 Nwyia Illch a Hill Guiana and annl i Vin and p 11 10 am Paa file he 4.ir arrives i is i a t Ort an and departs at pm for Montero in m . Hoac Flag he na4s2 de. Parts for new York Bay and 11 21 . P a flight 4.18 i from and departs it sep. 12 to for mum via Camaguey. Oct. In 30 . flight to arrives mar. From and departs it 12j5 May pm for Curacao via Aruba july. A. 12 is . Paa flight 431 to elves from Miami via Camaguey Mon Tego Bay. And Delta Raj at 1jo . For san via port a Prince and Ciudad . flight arrives from Curacao via Caracas and Aruba. And departs at z.1s or la Havana. I an. .1 Light 870 from Bogota and Barranquilla and depart at the pm for new York Ujj . Zwia flight Arf or i be Cayman and Man ego sugar futures new july h Domestic sugar futures no. Cloud s to 14 higher. 74 High Low 1.03 nov. S.r7 3.70 Mir. 5.80 world sugar futures no. 4 closed 8 to 31 higher. Sales 833 contracts. High Low 4.9o 4.60 4.84 4.80 4.28 4.20 4.23 4.19 4.21 4.20 4.20 4.1j Cloie 5.13 5.87 5.57 5.80n close 4.89 4.83-83 4.23-29 4.22n 4.2jn 4.21n sugar spot 8.35n. A nominal. Cocoa new York. July 22 futures closed 25 to 51 lower. Salei 354 spot Accra 29 Chicago Grain Market Hay Airport july 22 new style wheat closed 1 to 3 lower july Corn to 1 lower. July to i to am. Noah flight ba44t a from Miami and departs Kingston. Jis m. Ailara flight 771 arrives from new York and departs 6.10 . Lor via Bogota and Quito. 11.10 . B a a flight ba051 a from and at i 3d . For via grand Cay Inan i Lono i a 4.11c from departs at 1030 for a i i race and Curt and Trulillo ii j5 am. flight b02 a from and departs i noun or Miami direct. Winnipeg wheat Winnipeg. July 22 Northern number closed 1.82. . Warship of Pearl Harbour Fame Calls platen warship saw service in the 12 noon Haa i Ign 431 arrives Battle of Ivyll l Harl lout poll i from mum Vul Ca Magdiev. And de it visit to Jamaica Ovca the parts Al to . For san Juan via Kini Ilion. Port an i race and Ciudad t the ass i la no Paa night 4.12 arrives submarine destroyer is probably from san via . The first of its kind in the United a inn e and states Navy to Call at this coun at . For direct. I try since 1940 Hoac might ba482 a in the . Navy the Harveson anti 12 50 Orn Mikii i Aiu Nve. From and set Down a. One of the 120 pm for new York via . Ships which did valiant service i n n m am. Flight Fin m the Early part of world War 2. 1 _ Cut the iii Kinf on ind departs at 4.30 . Nov. York 101 pm. Hrella flight 411 arrives frnning a la . 500 pm flip it departs for new Orleans and Calcaro via 11 a v a n a pm Hwija ba050 a Froni via grand Cayman Anil departs i . For Kingston. K and she is in route to the far East naval officer the Harveson the name of one of America s Unsung naval officers who went Down with his ship at Pearl Harbour. He was lieutenant Harold aloy Sius Harveson. In 1943 the . Navy depart i ment completed construction of the Harveson and assigned her duty As escort for vessels plying Between the Usa and the at Antic and the she 1s equipped with anti Subj i ii Marine machinery and will take the following. Up Tut leg in the e Pacific next month under commander r. N n Shamer of the 7th escort wanderer. Baron Elgin. Had Quarter ships in Hudson deep. Oberon. Rosietta. Olden Ortt. I the hat Veion forms part of an american radar set up in the Pacific for defence Pur poses. Her equipment is fitted to intercept any sounds or move ments towards the United states for a great radius around her. Her motto is is it Crew of 12 officers and 160 naval reserves spent the weekend m Kingston and sailed for their destination yesterday. Dollar rates following on july 22 to air four in pm Gijon Banks us jct to Chanke new York sri Lynn did. R t ing 2 Canada Selling buying 7-n r s i Kreny notes. 15 id. Silver. Canadian is never. Buying Alcoa Alcoa steamship inc. Serving Jamaica for Over Ufi iffy years with regular by do luxe passenger ships Ond Modem freighters. British securities Canadian London Kuiv 12 105 British War Fundin to innport.1 Kurt hark j Kirvs conversion London stocks boys summer Camp begins at Doncaster t he eighth annual summer Camp for boys began at Don Caster scout Headquarters at Windward at 9 o clock yesterday morning. Sponsored by the y s men s an auxiliary of the Myca the Camp comprises some 140 97 boys age from 9 to 15 93 years. Thev come from most of the country s elementary schools the boys Are supervised by Camp counsellors chosen from leading secondary schools. Yesterday morning the counsel lors were Bush registering the organising them into groups 41 v-4 i .v8 87 Fil 11.1 77 92 6fi 58 m 87 i onion ulv 22 find them to build their prevailed on the these Are of Bamboo London Stork today with h As Headquarters Kef Pine in e on the Middle the afternoon to competitive for the was devoted sports federation in keeping with the purpose of a Volt Skace Ken Neon v co Ltd. The East developments and mounting signs of labour unrest at Home the Lone satisfactory at the hour Var. I Rene aed demand Booi Terl govern ment with medium dated Lilc fostering of an favoured. Indus understanding of irregular. Motors and Camp ill divided into 10 aircraft were firm representing b unit Terri Anning Oil. Western hemisphere torn of the British West gained but Middle East the organisers Hope in this Way to teach the something about their West Indian Neighbours. The boys Are collecting data on the and will later nor dressed by speakers represent in the areas concerned. Today s activities will include routine nature study and the like. Special feature will be a hike to Warika Hill by one of the groups. Sturki it Ere he develop there. Coppers cloned firm. Harrison direct link Liverpool to Kingston. Sain or from ukr Pool on the 26th to Kingston on or about the sailing from Liverpool on Al Kuit to arrive at Kingston on or about the 24th August Arnold u Malabre a company. Tel. 2537 Jamaica banana producers s. S. Co. Ltd. Mall Ici tic. United kingdom Jamaica Star London Tjui july Ken Aston 5th autust i cars London 1st a Fuit Ken Aston 13tb Aai Ost part Caura a fruit it shipping co. Agents fort Royal Street u line monthly sailings from Japan. Canadian and . West Panama canal to Kingston thence to . Japan. For apply to the Gene rms Kennedy co. Ltd. 64 Harbour Street. Al Nanton. Welfare reporter out with new fashions promotion of family life ii not merely desirable or even in but vital to our National development. It is at this Point that education and development and it is this beginning that ultimately determines the Quality of National society that grows out of this extract is taken from the lending article of the May june Issue of the published by Jamaica social welfare commission. It is a family Magazine with interesting and instructive for adults and children alike. It gives an insight into the Ork done by the child welfare association and the 4h club movement. One of the feature articles Maican Folk gives the Reader a glimpse of the old dances which once formed part of the lore of Jamaica s Early history. New fashions and poems Are included in this Magazine. Found dead Moore town. July 17 our or. Daniel a resident of this was found dead on Sun Moraine when breakfast was taken to him. Or. Burke who lived alone was former employee of the pub Lic works department. He is survived by a Daniel of England. Two Ann and Daisy. Lord Bishop issues statement on diocese the lord Bishop of Jamaica the it. Rev. The Hon. P. W. Has issued the following statement concerning the june 26 four Bishop elect of were officially licensed to work in this diocese at a special ser vice held in St. Luke s Church. Cross roads. They were Cecil head Rachael organising Secretary to the mothers Union Mary Ham on the staff of Kingston and Marjorie expert in sunday school work. Deaconess Chapman of came to us in january for a period of six to help in organising the new House. She returns to eng land at the end of this month. Cecil Bishop was installed As head deaconess at a service of holy communion held in the deaconess House Chapel on the morning of july 2 new building at St. Chritopher s deaf and dumb school in Brown s town was opened on Jane 27. The dedicatory prayers were said by me and a special speech was delivered by or. B. St. J. Hamilton of the education department. Much Praise is due to or. Lis Ter mar for his great help in this accomplishment. The Rev. Canon Oliver has come to the diocese for three months from Montreal at my invitation to help us in our Short age of priests. He acted at St. Matthew s. Allman town for the month of june and will be act-1 to provide ing at Stony Hill during july and additional August. The Rev. C. Ayton Wil Liams and the Rev. Walter Lack arrived from England on july 11. Or. Williams will be pest in will be consecrated on St James Day july 25. . Travelling Van has begun operations and has so far visited the parishes of St. Thomas and St. Mary. Or. Wat son of the . Is in in by. Guiana Bauxite co. Grants extra scholarships two scholarships tenable at the University College of the West indies have been awarded to or. R. W. France and or. J. M. Sparrock of British Guiana. The scholarships arc additional awards granted by the deme Rara Bauxite company Ltd. By Way of a further contribution to the Princess Alice Appeal fund. Both or. France and or. Spar Rock will enter the College in october this year to read for a degree in natural sciences. In april last the . Announced that the deme Rara Bauxite had made n further contribution to the Princess Alice Appeal fund for the award of two scholarships to the University College of the West in for candidates born in British Guiana. The awards were based on Tho charge of St. Matthew s until a i recommendation of the univer permanent appointment is sity College on the performance has of candidates in the and the Rev. Walter Lack been appointed to Christiana to College s help the Rev. H. C. D. Mitchell animation in the Christiana and mile Gully areas. Ven. Archdeacon Cyril Swaby was installed by me and inducted by the Ven. Archdeacon Sanguinetti As Rector of Mande Ville on sunday july 14. Rev. G. S. Lodge has re signed from the diocese and leaves at the end of this month. Bishop of Bradford and the Rev. Theodore Eastman will be visiting Jamaica during the week end of August 11. The Bishop comes in the interests of the Bible society and or. East Man comes to gain first hand knowledge of missionary work in this diocese. Or. Eastman is the Secretary of the missions society episcopal Church the Ven. Noel Cham civic amenities parishes setting out needs University open scholarship sex which was held in february. Or. France attended Queen s and or. St. Stanislaus in George town. Liaison officer reports Barbados students in Canada worried Over jobs gleaner Barbados correspondent july or. Owen British carib bean students Liaison officer in said recently that one grave concern of West Indian graduates from Canadian universities was the extent to which positions would be available to them in the West indies in their diversified Fields of specialisation. Or. Rowe is at present in bar i Bados on and during his i is trying to explore with various government officials the 1 exciting potential for absorbing barbadian graduates in the gov i Erna Cut service and in Industry. Gleaner farm desk negotiations arc going on be tween the Parish the ministry of local government and the Jamaica social welfare commission in regard to the spending of the allocated by the government this year toward provision of civic amenities in Rural areas. It is Learned that Parish councils Are to Send estimates of their needs to the ministry. These Are for the most Public water fountains and Community Halls. Certain parishes Are known to be moving speedily m the matter. He said that there were Over West Indian students in Canada at the of whom Soo were University while the others were attending technical schools and hospitals for training As nurses. Of the total number of about 75 were barbarians he and those were pursuing a variety of including Den Home physio occupational thera Phy and nursing. Or. Rowe said that the Stu dents Liaison service was con Clarendon and car Ned mainly with advising pro Thomas Are said to be the fore spec Tive students As to where they most the Jamaica special welfare commission s policy is to encourage the building of town Halls in various Rural but had been unable to Point out any definite source of Aid except self help. The funds Are said to be to All those interested in social work in the Island. May pursue the course in which they Are interested and with orienting them to the living conditions in Canada and to the various adjustments which they would have to make while living there. Twi invited to new Delhi conference july 21 fhe British West indies is sex i petted to be widely represented at the Commonwealth parliamentary conference being held in new Delhi in december. Indian and Ceylon branches made out the invitations for the which will be the first one to be held in an asian country. Because of the Pakistan Branch of the common wealth parliamentary association is to act As joint Host invitations to the conference have been sent to co Ramon parliamentary associations in various parts of the Commonwealth. Among Conn tries who have been invited to Send delegates Are Jamaica. British Guia the Leeward and wind British Ber Muda and the Bahamas. Among delegates from the us will be the minister of agriculture. Or. Heathcoat Amoury and the Leader of the opposition or. Hugh Gaitskell. Apart from delegations from Commonwealth there will be representatives from the association groups in the United states Congress. Delegates from the parliament of Eire have also been invited to attend when International affairs and defence Are under discussion. Seamen fined for smuggling two seamen of the norwegian merchant vessel the Borg Stern were arrested Over the week end on charges of smuggling. They were each fined on Sun Day by or. Gladstone at a special sitting of the Petty sessions court convened at the water police station. Henning Attenson and seamen of the Brien vessel docked at the no. 2 were arrested on saturday by Constable George Allen of the water police station and charged with smug gling a Quantity of american Cigar ettes the vessel. In court it was stated in Evi Dence Lor the Crown that both accused wore seen at about o clock on saturday night at the Corner of Orange and Harbour streets with four Cartons of Ameri can cigarettes in their Possession. They were arrested for smuggling and Given bail to appear before the special court on sunday. A Quan Tity of cigarettes were seized by the police. Both men were fined the approximate value of two car tons of cigarettes. The seamen paid the fines and sailed yesterday morning for the out parts on the Boris teen which is loading a cargo of fruit. Charged with burning his car gleaner Western Bureau Montero july Harold Cunningham of 30 railway Lane was arrested merc yesterday by the Montero Bay Cid on a charge of arson in connection with the destruction of his Morris minor motor car. He is accused of setting fire to the car on the night of july on the Road from Montero Bay to John s Hall. Detective sgt Albert Foster led the investigations that resulted in Cunningham s arrest. Cunningham will be taken before larceny Appeal brings increased sentence. A prisoner who appealed against conviction tence on a charge of larceny from the had the sentence increased by the court of Appeal yesterday. Eric with two previous who was Given nine months hard labour on the charge by the resident magistrate for was sentenced instead to twelve months hard labour by the court of Appeal. Think the sentence of nine months hard labour passed on the accused is entirely inadequate having retard to the offence and the fact that he has two previous convictions. The sentence trill be increased to twelve months hard the chief the Hon. Sir John presi Dent of the said in giving the judgment of the court. With the president on the Bench were or. Justice Macgregor and or. Justice Rennie. The charge against Foster was in connection with the theft commit Ted from the person of an Ameri can Sailor in downtown Kingston f. Turks islands Case Fisherman found guilty of murder gleaner turks islands correspondent grand july an All male jury last night found Thomas Williams 38-year t old Seaman and Fisherman guilty of the murder of his wife. An on my 9 last they re commended mercy. On june 10 this year. The accused his or. W. H. Alex grabbed a pair of spectacles and i pronounced the Manda some Small change from the com death sentence on the then ran off but was Pur sued and held by him. Or. G. A. Acting Crown who represented the was not called on by the court carib sea Survey report out . Vidal s Survey work in the Caribbean is recorded in the report of the Hydro Grapher of the Navy on surveys carried out by naval surveying and the work of the service Hydro the resident magistrate s Here on wednesday next. Court Cwi graduate gets London . In physics news has just been received that John Harvey graduate physics student of the univer sity College of the West indies has is a the been awarded the degree of Mas speaker asked m opening his and m Nance a a sir John Carberry tells brotherhood of Solitude and Fellowship in the life of the Christian tm1k need for Solitude As Well As Fellowship in the life of the Christian was the Iheme chosen by Hie chief sir John when he addressed members of the brotherhood of St. All saints at their regular meeting for this month. Ter of science of the University of London. Or. A entered the . In 1952 on a . Open and obtained second class honours in the London . General examination in 1955. He been doing re in the . Department of on cosmic rays and his thesis was entitled variations in the daily intensity of. The cosmic radiation in it will be remembered that last month or. Stockhausen was awarded a Post graduate scholarship Given by the Imperial order of the Empire of Canada to permit him to do a year s re search it a Canadian University. He Hopes to leave Jamaica on this award in september to do further research in electronics. Tree to do whatever he likes Santa july 21 1ngrid Bergman Day said nothing absolute about reports that her italian film director husband Roberto Rossellini Wai planning to bring to Italy the Indian actress Sonali Das in August miss Bergman who is at pre sent resting in her husband s Villa at Tolj seashore resort North of Rome said by phone that Rossel Lini not consulted me on any such although we have talked by phone even on the other he is free to do whatever he Ever since Bergman returned to borne with her american Jenny land some two Weeka the denied that there had been a with her husband Over his reported Romance with the Tractive Indian Mteresa. At in Rome three different movie sources who have been associated with Rou Elliel in pact film pro and who Are still Back ing him also denied of plans by Rossellini to bring to Italy Sonali Das Gupta and terms such re dress. Seems to me to be a an association of per sons with a common purpose. It is a a friendliness which brings men drawing examples to Illus trate his the chief Justice referred to criminals who unite to achieve their own evil to of a Feather which flock and to the in Dian cattle roaming through the wilds of their native land in a As a safeguard against the Savages of the fierce Tiger. One of the finest examples of fraternity which the speaker said he Hud seen was the Kingston men s meeting. Three or four Hundred men in worship on a sunday after noon is a great example of Fellowship. These Are the which he had Ever enjoyed was his visit to Palestine As a Soldier during the first world when he went on a tour of the Garden of Gethsemane. As he stood by the Olive tree beneath which tradition said Jesus prayed on the night of his the memories of that night came Back to memory of Jesus praying in with his disciples in the background. The scone that night in the Gar Den abounded in he said. The lesson which came very vividly to me As i stood in the Garden there is a need for Fellowship in the Christian religion As Jesus founded but there is also the need for Soli tude. Although there should be the that association of persons with a common Pur when there Are hard of a common with a when there Are times of lift of agony and moments of de sular. Common who others with whom they come in con tact. When asked Why they do not go to reply that they can worship god at their own he if that were if those pople did worship at their there s something which they miss in their worship. And that thing which they Lack is Fellowship with others in the worship of sir John declared that one of the greatest privileges Jacc annual summer Camps the first contingent of Jamaica youth clubs Council members left for their annual Camp Vaca tion july 22. Camp ers for various Points in Portland. Simultaneously Many More for other parts of the Island. The organisers of the Jamaica youth clubs Council will be run Ning a total of 18 Camps for the summer holidays. These Camps give club members the Chance to see other parts of the Island and to spend a organised week of fellow Many of these Young people have never had such an Opportunity and could never afford such vacation independently. Agony and moments of it is the Solitude we seek for a word of prayer with our graphic department in 1956. The report says that six surveying ships were employed during the four on foreign stations and two around tha coasts of the British Isles. . Vidal spent about six months in the West indies. Where major surveys were carried out in the Southern approaches to Kingston and in Portland off the South coast of Jamaica. Concurrently with minor surveys were completed at port port Esquivel and the Salt River Anchorage. At grand Cayman Small surveys were completed in the Georgetown an chorale and in the North before the ship returned to the Jamaica surveys. Two Shoals were located and examined in the turks and Cai cos group and off the Little in Agua and a found by . Vidal while on was examined. Later the Survey of Nassau Harbour in the Bahamas was carried while the ship s helicopter located american triangulation stations shown on the old charts of the in order to adjust their geographical positions. In various Oceano graphical As Well As magnetic observations were and passage and assistance were Given to naturalists from the Institute of Jamaica. On its to the United refit and the drawing of fair the ship had steamed Miles during the season. Colonial advisers for Gatt july 20 Phe Secretary of state for the colonies was asked in the House of commons on tuesday if the British West indies Trade commission in London would be invited to attend a meeting of the signatories to the general agreement on tariffs and and what were the views of the regional economic committee which met in port of Spain in May on the effects of the euro Pean free Trade area on pro ducts of the West indies. The under Secre tary of state for the John said the Secre tary of state for the colonies would be consulting the Colo Nial governments nearer the regarding the necessity or otherwise for attaching colonial advisers to the . Delegation to a session of Gatt which was to consider the treaty of Rome. There was no objection in Prin Ciple to such an attachment. The proceedings of the Region Al economic committee were confidential. Views of the com Mittee were now under consideration by the West Indian govern or. Profumo said. Catholics meet in peking peking. July 22 representatives of China s More than roman catholics met in peking a few Days ago for their week Long Congress. Nuns and Lay believers numbering 241 represented congregations spread All Over China. One of the main purposes of the meeting is to form officially the Catholic patriotic association which will be similar in form to that Organ ised by the Catholic protestants. Used. The jury was out Lor an and 40 minutes. T Angulot Williams was knifed to death on the night of May 9. Williams was taken into custody four Days later after an Island wide police Hunt the trial began on alter the tuesday preliminaries. The jury was kept under guard at nights. The prosecution stressed the threats made by the accused against the deceased. The defence stressed the rela the deceased had with and in in the family. Defence counsel. Or. Horace1 of put the defendant on the where he spent four hours and 20 minutes under examination and Cross examination. A Public petition for clemency is reported to in preparation the Mobile unit a Complete blood Bank on wheels every 1m my nuts Day and night the tray a upon the blood Bank. That i the present average month month out. Every such Call is for Ono or pints of human blood. The blood Bank an of Jamaica supplies blood upon request to any Hospital and to any physician or sur Geon practising anywhere in Jamaica whether in tha government medical service or in private practice. And the blood Bank is sup ported Byr donors in ornery part of Jamaica. To. This without requiring donors to travel Long Dis Tances at considerable expense and loss of we maintain the Complete Bank on by scheduling in Advance. The Mobile unit is prepared to come anywhere in the Island to blood. To ask Only the Assurance of 20 donors or More. If you live at distance from we invite you to organise your local chapter of the emergency blood Conor group and to schedule a visit by the Mobile unit. The unit is fully both for the collection of blood and for the enrolment and blood typing of new registrants in the emergency blood donor group. We know that the residents of every area want to do their full share in supporting the blood Bank. Write today for free Booklet. Facts about the blood learn All the reasons Why you should loin the emergency blood donor group now. Then help us promote the blood Bank by talking about it to anyone and everyone. You can also Accord ing to your by contributing Money to fund for the promotion of the stood every shilling helps. The blood North to Aston. Monday to 8.00 to 3.30 j.30 to 12.30 . For ski appointment Telephone 3985. Join the emergency blood donor group Ai a in bloc Ter vice this advertisement is presented by North american life for All your Louis a. Hamilton limited. Sch. 33 Harbour Kloc stent 7 phone 2565

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