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V PACE TWO SOSDAV AOVOCATI \OI Al l< 4 |.| u n\i:.M,\ (M.mb.„ OPM TONIGHT to TUESDAY NIORT at 8 30 Warner Broa Happv New Hit "M LADY TAKES A SAILOR . then the fun begins! %  htnta| JANE WYMAN and DENNIS MORGAN with EVE ARDRN Directed bj KMa • %  ? — ttm — BRITISH NBWSl "V.I Indies I.......1 up at Ixirde. Internaliunal Fmilhall: Filmland's Win EVEREST TENVIS < Mil DANCE M OlEIVS IAKK %  'i — IV :!CITII JONI Music: Mr. C Cliliens U>\IISSION :o: 3 t 1*1., AT. \ ONLY TWO MORE DAYS' -IMIU A MMMIVV .". A I* 10 I'M I %  %  Thi' (1KKA1 LOVIJR >: MOOt B1 inn m.i. nit.1. IN I.MMtl AIVMIM %  Mill Thrrr !>•> tnaairmrnl Tarsdiiv \Yrdnr4a). TI.urs.lJ. j A s 311 p.m. UTS SII'KII ATTHAI : mvma %  un "BLUE ShtiJ.S" Bin* < rosin. trcd Ai.Li.rr. Jojn 4 aullirld. BUI* Ie\Vdf AND — •• hispi>ri§$fi Smith.. hi, Oil : LALl>. BKENDA MARSHAM. Ml N SH..I and Hoi: TIIKII.I.s Galore -.(.\(, Tunclul I ACTION — la*l Keep N>\i WBDNCSDAT RVBHWG open lor i.v#/.VeV — at — < AM AMI V\ euro lo the Music of Arnold Mean well's Orchestra ,,.,. M, M, „„,„,,,„. \ L-isl 2 Minus To-day > 5 and 8.30 > Vlili C POX I'rescnts I "WHEN mufl ooan i £ MMCIIlNt. HOME" •J Men A l urs. .\ .nil K.w \ "HlBI M I! AHIIIlt" .1 si.w .11 \l : i-r.i. fajiib galling r Art ft 1 morning 1 %  M %  ; Off to Press Conference j TON %  I.C. led .. by T.C.A %  %  I I I OB.I Editor of wOmdlm '• % % %  Graduated in Febrisary M l .son ui.il ScaMll < %  : (..> 1" %  %  I ,.i'ij l,v T < \ '• III n'.ieal in February a in 11 here on a four IT, to (a-iada fc* iwo brothers Richard an:; %  j. %  • i pajroi HnsMaya, and be coming home this Returning Tomorrow M AJ B for 1 afternoon on a %  Had Enjoyable Holiday Mrs I %  .. 1 10 the My enjoy %  1 .ent. staying at %  Worthing First Visit M i %  r | S Lire -if Canada I %  %  inif to spend two H 1 %  %  Barbados" By Technicolour M i m %  :t in Bai %  '--la v*> B W I A Pi %  Puerto Cabe* %  I %  m %  %  . %  %  %  %  Here For 18 Day* A nn two y. % %  ., %  M-T %  I M 1 %  Rh hi* ir He will then . nthe To Study Entineering Ivl" •• %  % %  •' i s %  i n. baa Co, Ltd. of Glasgow, So LJis t ** and Mrs. lavaa %  'IQtrl 11 rla .ftrrnoon at ihe Drill %  %  • %  ~* <' \> -• • i ,. %  K. Or, Hoa . ,ni;i'M III .1-. Nil;! H |li "CAKACAS Men I GLOBE THEATRE TOMTK K..1II p.m. MON. & TUBS. .-, & S.1II p.m. Mnl 0 SABU o: Flora KERB ROBSUN — II* — "BLACK NARCISSUS" KXIitt KATHl Unusual Latest Ncwsrcel Fcuturing Tile Famous Kcntm-k.v Derby Spei inl Short — -HOUSE CAT" s \ T MB and R.45 9 I .ttnulna. *^ %  '^ sou I -POJC Praatan • l • I HUM ( \MK IIOMI" ^ '; Starrlna ; \ Claiidrtt.COLBERT J % % % %  KNOWLES \ %  • UKSMOND O San M HAYAKAWA ; W.-dnesd... June 7lh ..ml Thursday Klh—5 • S.3II p.n "Mss 0U-/too 11 rmr\" (Rod CAMERON and Fuzzy KNIGHTS — AND — -Munr #.v i'MtiiHSElTuih.ui Bl Y ... Merle OBERON) CALLING LOCAL TALENT! Vnind l.rl.„i I „ ,liiin„ TO-DAY 9.30 a.m. YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED Let'. Decide what TALENT YOU Poi.ei. I \ \\>d. ai K :n *J -CARA4 AN NIGHT" I5 IIO XI T-da> lu .Monday * 4.3BandH.I.-> ; 'I BapuUk Double J John WAYNE—Anno LEE i* I I A Kl(l\ IN ... i %  ** %  'O -I • %  laa "i* h.-rmuj will i>o ban %  lid.i. Mi 0 %  With The American Embassy iVflH aSHJ Un Edwar.1 llitikii* aliar ;. .-.<'acrat>urik ratlin ycaterdny b) 11 H Hinkir Is in the Amerlcai i Mi Hlnkli Inn. jiml ho* licfn in VatK almotl a year. Ihe Battleof Waterloo H it -..I U* UirKlwl .-i ThurM SOth June, when the Police wUl arl and re; raaasca The Bat) %  I, 'i vcjni %  %  %  I %  la British Council Scholarship M R K I M -vHITH. M A % %  I %  %  i ExatM EOati < %  eh the e baginnlng ot September. •n.YiM. noBur And I \ "ROMANO*. OF Till: SIVEN SEAS" With 5 John WAVNK %  , .1 MAYWAH1) * Tur.. at H .10 "CARAIAS NH.IIT" Ol V.MPH To-da> to Monday 4.30 and K.30 Wth ( KOX IX>UBLE i "MB. M.VEIIEKE QOB TO I COI-LECIE" PINKY" : wuh * Jaanna CHAINE \ William LUNDIGAN wy/#v,-v//wv/v/>tv/////-ww/V*v/^^^^^ PUT IN A PLUG FOR SAFETY AND COMFORT li'f CAM siPfi.y mi-: nu.i.o n /.vv— ELECTRICAL SUNDRIES HABfiK Wm MAGNlfltENT COLD DANISH BUFFET SUPPER SERVED SUNDAY NIGHT iL li.irhadians rcturin rday iiiiirninn by T.C.A. and they are thortly aftar tnay left lha pljm*. Lafl to right ire: bUai BartHwa Kimh Ml^^ Kv.-hn GUIiatt, Mrs H I Mrlrnrl. thr fnrmai lUiaaniiij u-a,-xk and her Mr. Aubrey H. % %  .|) | Mi-Joaota E..nmi GAIETV ( Tn Garden) ST. JAMES i.v-t TWO snows TODAY—i tad a an p.m "CAPTAIN CHINA" John PA1 Nl .iil kl \M.1.1. MOMiAY i-liW a.:i IM „ PARAMOUNT! m • "Mr. Reckless' m\ ^ 0 Th l'Z,r' orc mmmm 11 tut uaai un ( TS. WIRE FI.IX SWITCIIFS-niish mid Surla.e CEILING ROSFS COIIli QBIP HOLDERS JOINT BOXES BATTEN HOLDERS FUSES ARROW PLUGS MAIN SWITCHES WOOI) RI.OCKs BELL Wliu TRANSFORMERS BILL PUSHES BELLS III LBS—5-21X1 Ciindle Not LAMP SHADES THE CORNER STORE Fishermen please note! #*! # isti #o#s ti>ii irm I \i IM. .\liti:. DOE*8TIOaU I VMM B MM A Herri IIC MB SKA UNU — •> lb. t 36 lb. ROPI: I ib in. to un. ITSII IIOOK-N.iv 0 to IS PRONE -039 To Graduate Next June M iss Barbara Khtch, daughter and III C. 1 • %  Km with I D porting to be nougat, but JunliMj itself sotio aeot. I'ortlaiui .-tune, made me envy Urn. And then, uturally, i thought of the Dougal of Monte* lunar, %  .he moutiLhc Vis.ii.u-. which (the nougat) Mme. de Seviime. who an, nuzzled so greedily. %  M place rivals Monte%  'louaai, and that—I Bay r. withoi.: fear o' contradiction Or hone of reward—that place I* Ca aty Tipperary. It Is not generally known that nougat 'was inverned by a RUB .native of Bnurg->ak I Pan<> lUir .Aflrr Ear A SHROPSHIRE pig that naa -* %  a second left ear growing out of the lirst recalled to me the %  %  l M BMHau % %  plaoKaol %  heard that Profeasor PHTIer of Stench am Oder wanted an assistant. He advertised for the part, and the paper "Hophomologisi, eight cars in one place . ." W I .SUIIHIIXI1/ i i KATPATTJ was take. • %  raatairiaj by an official nl try of Hubbleblowing to v e-. new mammoth sausage* % %  %  • %  i the mafihtna which oao turn out 14.000 tons of prime pork avary H minutes. Th %  M'Bo was handed a sueculen-. lump or meat-like aubstance. Tnh he rliieed In the holder. Thct.. with a deft motion of his riprr hand, he pulled back a gigantic levei. which released the grinding Plates and knives The walls and the floor shuddered as the meat took the impact, and. with a clanu the huge machine lell to piece-The knives and grinding plate tinkled on the floor in fragment-. bltt of the ceiling lell down, and the meat dropped like a cannonbaU, dinting the concrete lloonn, left without ordering aftbar thO machine or the sausage. neat An official said. I* couldn't have been flnt-quatl*\ gristle. BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. THE BEST MEN'S SI ITi:\G OFFER OF THE YEAR! NAVY & BROWN PIN STRIPE 2.84 vn. See Ihe New Range of LADIES SHOES ju.l opened EVANS AND WHITFIELDS .'..*,•>'..*,*.'.•-*..'..', ---', ',-,*-'. ;;*, :; ',*,*> ',•-'-'--,--',*,•,-,',-,-,',',', '/,V,WWAI* WSSSSS* '.'.'.',% *,*.*--*%



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SI'SDAV. JUNE I. If..i -I SIIW AliVOCAtE The Bitter Halves l|vl .V.ll.'l % %  > % % % %  |sn NEW VOltK. In Chicago, as in mo*t Aim-Mean citie*. poliwrm-ii are not allowed to belong to a union o: striksj tor higher pay. Bui tr\t oung I %  -.V in ii in : ax| la latloni i I i.ighi aosenee appear to b Dk Dave) Jon**, the only person who can prove her ham to do so. as Navy Mtal be maintained regarduii: Hi.undersea vehicle in I was detained. That, in brtaf, i tha atorji and there Is plenty ,f aOOBO fur comedy, farce ami %  lapaMefc. Jane Wyman. in ih P i ila <-( Jannlfai can undoubtedly handla light comad y with as much i Una and Dennis Morgan. %  %  nun partner, gives nn amusing and enjoyable performiince. Not all the situations are entinlv believable, hut the settincs :md photographic shots are out of the ordinary. The music is good, the dialogue effective and there are plenty o! laughs throughout the film. • At the Plara (Oistin-i is that %  f the doubleMake. the gag and the wisecrack. Bob Hope, in his latest rllm. "The Cireat Lover" As the chupeton of a group of nhnoxlous Boy Foresters returning fim a holiday In Bui on ii to walk the straight and narrow by hli charges— m tobacco, no alcohol DO women: Maanwnlle, he is rooked by a card sharp, wlm thinks nothing of : ,; tha odd murder, pursued by a bankrupt duchess who Ihlnfci in nag mlHftif. and tmiti) ally la aecusad of murdm All tin, Und of iioihin., gives Mi Hops ovary opDOftunlty of going through his whole bag of tricks. uhull he promptly does. To quote an independent American reviewer—There's nothing in it (The (ire.it Lovar) that hasn't Lien in i thir Hope films but with the Paramount Comedian, handling the %  %  tin-'< %  :me. 'In., timiare. the aha and tha gag and wise(i nk. iliey're M1U an fresh and Kiui:h-pri>vuking as if tr.. bean done baton The ComadJan is provided with sufficient humorkeep the chuckles coming at a steady paee And now for the serious Illm. Tin* Empire Theatre is showing Three tame Back" starring laudatta Colbart, with Patr Knowles. Florence Desmond und Bagaua Hayakawa, Tins i* a pwtui isatioji of Agnes Newton Keith's book "The Land Under The S' and tells the story of life in Japanese prison camps in Borneo. during the last war. The struggle* of a mother to maintain ar tana fag naraaU and her four year old son. under conditions that %  *• sub-human, are <-<>n vim inn.lv and gikphically depicted and tha senseless and inhuman cruelty ..f t.u Japanese guaros I* gfcow n in .ill it* brutality. In eootfaal %  n.en, n the enemy Colonel, tor whom it is possible to feel ajraa i jthy. and who contributes practically the only signs of humamtv %  ii ihe pan i.f th.enemy. Scene* vuch as the inachma-guuni'ig of Austi.iiian soldiers wh'le tinting p il • women pruoueit. tha) attenipunj asMiull on one oi tlti" 1 women by a Jap guard ami the IruUl flogging and kicking of the women ar* gha>tl> la as) Ism. but they are all pan ano parcel of events that NO pened at that time, and as such have their place in this film CUudftM Colbert, excellently cast as Agnes Keith, hi convincing and restrained in a part that make:, great histrionic and emotional demands of her. Setuc Itayakfiwa u the Japanese Colonel Is outstanding and Patnc Knowtag and Florence Desmond were both morq than adequate In their respective supporting roles. The music throughout Ttira* Came Back" I* immensely effective, the photography excellent with many of the shots taJMB In Borneo itself The studio shots are so authentically depleted, tha? it la practically impossible to '"11 whieh Is 'he real Borneo and • huh KMMIS l.:>sl Wt-rk's \V ill % %  • % %  wtNNta or i^*T wasx-a aur.s* SIAK H Ui-. Barbara Jnn A'w-ll. niur Wain. TrriK* n.M.-klry Tl • Star IOorolhy lm.njr C-tOCS *v OAD ttupert and Miranda — 9 gp IT. in.tr **** %  10 th door 10 ny %  0t*l't>r ie in* loaf pal*. ll *" upf im -il '" '" "" %  rn • >" k in* yout |haaf** n irw nyt. "Come i I ihill hiv* 1 | i nil makr' uU t %  fl Ruprrt. 11 the frWndt nr wy honwwards. All * OCt hr aWaari *nl lumi toood. It' gone <*lly mid." he en*. i ..,:. -• •'!. %  Rtcst cfamdt. I Kry'r. inu>| our way, Wr miiM run or we'll gel caagM "> I ssjasaj -iiunii no*r (oi %  but ion bo l e ISI %  new) >>t uri \1% cv.iiu t..,., M-U wben On. -i.*a nay i. 41 It HHHIIII ( % %  ' on* tioroe I %  v.ri i Baa It an 'n itisit. Ill Hi•inlib I* drinting. Iftt •*iri of eiu* Uisl tuitiUltf nred. iti in eel aisie/ an %  loooo uo' mnl Hi OS. rValtfd It n rn* rnatat (4. n ii, vou lii-o oU srl %  (.. ill %  .'. tat I VOU iIUII"*J 1 hMlm, .1,1 O* iff o' ....( .in./ %  VSSSSAJSJ many loa hast I H m — %  (Sin >ou IKI icirnc JUJ Hpaag SI. 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BrtlDOFTOWN, BARBADOS *>"'.'"': 'HS &SAIUWI MCWg co. fn., of ytcutm J "Roll that -Jl <^1 xxux that paste' KLlMmaks cookies delicio^ to taste After Irstton i.;ll| womrnlor i.il.iV', |-nl'bM (In ludll l>iii.ili.t>, i. poii iii.ii ihr "I'llmolivr Bt.niiy Plan" brotMjhi .1 definite, / notirnnble improvenirut in (In uin|ilvi-niof fl WO Oelniitr, iiotkeabl"' ImprovOaaatall W*jfa>> -HI. Ml i. ** (S. Oily tess coarse Fewer blemishes Fresher, smoother c\er r jr.ghte'. 100 If* \oo' kt VI ELSIE il.,. BOBDIN H JO"' fwipe (ll fin mill. I* I Kl IM h idj. tut. .< up.: make, tichrr. taiootbrt limit., cnlMiter. di. flavor of \ ur I... rue ilixim All ili %  ill enjoy il* "" you I.rri. >nh KI.IM KP KLIM imly in vou Cupl-il.il Hcnictn 11 .1... li(Ul-iih.iul (clnj;. ... eirni' KLIM ^MILK riRST IN PREFERENCE THE WORLD OVER YOLK SKIN, loo. can be improved i" N dayal AM y..u fetM i" .1.. 1. vhu ill.turn %  a dU Mloi P live ft i SUM I.-I .. Ii .1 .111.1 / II.1 I aJ /' 2 ,W. ;,. RTMNlr, 3 R |>.. 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PACE FOIR SITXDAV \DVOC\TF St NDA1 ii vi i MM / What do you know about ENO? DO YOU KNOW tta BNO is cooling and refreshing, ID unrivalled health dnnk for youn* and old? DO YOU KNOW that ENO has • gentle laxative action and is a perfect corrective for stomach and liver disorders ? SuId in botlhs for lasting frt*hn*B9 Eno's Fruit Salt' BRYLCREEM to be sure... \HH i; makes a tidy difference fo your hair Lei Brylcreem look aller your hair and you're bound to benefit -for IlryLrccTii I;IVC< your hair ihrs Joublt benefit. (1| Day-long ni.nl .on. (1) lasting hair health. Besides selling the hair natutjlly. Brykrccm vmh fgaawg* its pure emulsified oils keeps the roots active x and promotes luiural hair-growth. IVv ll.nr -^.a^aa*. k i and lXindmil soon become things ot S^^ff Wm% the past when you Brykrecm your hair. i >• Ask for Brylcreem. il gives hair life. T\tkmmS "'.->-• STOCK-TAKING We beg to notify our customers that our Garage will be closed to business from THURSDAY 1st June to THURSDAY 8th June. 1950, for the purpose of Taking Stock OUR PETROL STATION icill hiIH'I \ as usutil B.F.F.A. DEFEA T LODGE IN K.O. COMJ'ETITION ON a soaked and slippery pilch the B V V A it-am de!• tied Lodge 3 0 at Kensington Oval when the third tunof the Knockout Competition was played y< T ill TCEBT tWDI wlefceta in the ii TiaffoKi %  eared on;, HI and unwuntedli of fi.i fifir fixture i .it Old IBM West Indlea had > noun ol plaj before lui i h were uniustlflablv hould have been mure enterprising on \VIScore344-4 vs. Lancashire • From Page 1. ind he completed hi* century in hi| hours fifty minut, Just before ihe interval Stoll%  ho had hit five fours in a itood wicket and in good aun In ma kill U I wi at Indies' performance today is about the most tOUl opened. Tha Ml i | |n a dag iindei I • imported conditions is relatively low %  nrftM I"i the West Indies but I am comforted by the fact that %  a, on the iv. ot their first Test Mfttch at the same pound, have been batttna at Teat Mat* I WHO COL'I.l* BI.AMK TIIKM? W HO could blan Who could begrudge them the obvious hl!i "ghly three was out to a h i| to goal than batting machinal t., the tempo of Five""turn catch by Hilton Day Teal m played la England before! r'< a Still fail to hail Jamai | %  W. [| 0MB 1 opening batsman '.'. %  Indies In a Vflcr Tea hi t i %  !., n.iMi evci alnet UM3 have been visiting England from as —,. m ~. ,,„,,„ lHn u ,. n „,„ far back a* 1900? T" 1 w !" f**** %  !" m Tha Waal iBMflOl I. %  i ccellvnt move ,n lWD nouni *' f "" r '* a !" Ihe '*" in Test Ua1 M Ol the cleverest of 3 more wiekrts. and at the _prot>.o aa Of -trategy. Berry, Lancashire's moat elose were 344 for 4 Rac AM promiM %  it, the !e;iin. and Sonny Itamadhin. Hines Innings ended shortly after tea Jo to aon, I'm JOM tha W. bawling bets nnd Frankie when Tattcrsall templed him Worrell, a UitMiii 1 world i la %  -aic not m the rank, of the Wesi forward and wicketkeeper llarIn.lies It ..in .is well. \t.* JH! the rest. He batted four I should not at all b* irprtavrj If SMpptT CixUlurd decides lo bat nour> twenty minutes and hit tomorrow until lunch tune, then there is little chance of his forcing f, : ir reen fours and a six. %  n BUtrigM .'in .mil the chaiK-es of losing would IKinfinitesimal. By 'rrnoon. Two goals were scored in the first half and ihe thu'l few minutes after the second half began. Flaying in Ma which started before the match, the B.F F.A boyh started early to press Lodge Chceseman the Ixidge School rign: winner — although the ball W I BBal to hOVt pvei rwata b) wet and slippery controlled it weM Mating on Sunday i-st thai „.H nftnr receivme a long oa:,s NovcmU-i This was of course D ran fourth behin.f from "tockT cen'.e Xri| Pw Brown C.irl. th. m, my Kramer, ran down, cut In and] dear sir. fo. ad you hat looked like a sure goal was TAMh rOOTHALL f WOTSAIX thai nwaa n alvad Uaou imo two Knockout I 1100 nxUin 1 H.I A BWfhOWd I'olnc l>> three goals to love. Football was ot a very low standard out UM %  bring out iho goniui oi itoobie Parna o: V.MJCA. Here waa a Dlayai hai ami %  %  I %  bai annowal %  ,,. whan ha dm an aotnii out then he movea io oontn i i in UM a au i %  s No olhei player in the match could bg .-:ingieo oin IOC JI>? pU UCUlai mention ., IhgQ ,...i all out of then .. ( .i CCUatoanad to ihe Kensington conditions. but I unisl enlighten that school of Uiuught who |l uti .t :nat the^e teaiii, should not be allowed lo pnrl mipetitions because they cornpata in lower Divisions. The rules of Uie Knockout C"oiiip'lilloii allow any dub gOliatod (""r^'Uiii noi iut < thO li A F.A.. to enter and If weak teams antor, LM] BTO OOUUPa* > .io so Alter all we are at play and not at politics nor war. B.F.F.A. DrvFF.AT LODGE On a soaked Kensington pitch yesterday afternoon, a ton ... ..I the Barbados Knendfy Football Association dOOkfttad Lodge School in a Knockout fixture at Kensington. Ihe standard ol play reached a commendable level Indeed *as a standard much muie satistactury than that obtained Ui many First Division games this season. i>xlge gave unmistakable evidence that they are au fall with the liner points ol the game and their abort passing and ball control ikm .substantiated tins theory. The Barbados Friendly Association leani. drawn from more than a dozen clubs, was quite confident and played good football. 1 am looking forward lo a very" ihloreMliig game In their tix'.u in the sccomi round draw. at the la back to Grieves, who also had ne i e f t corner to do anything Marshall caught at the wicket T WO minutes before half tlrmaftnr he had playWl well for 44 B.F.F.A. missed another chance Walrott II and Christian) 3 to score the third when Phillips %  logathir when stumo* were with the ball well under control rirawn with the total at 344. The scorw: — WBWT INDirs 1ST INNISGIt %  f lo* h Tatieiwll . i %  ft b Hillon Mnii-v b Grwv* w.^ke b GrtevM .. W.looll %  in-v BMraai b it. i H Total omiy ani Hayes were not afraid to tackle and clear when the occasion aroaa. Their kicking was accurate and rtrong and UM was one of the chief reasons why Lodge did not score. Meanwhile Clarke at c tre forward for B.F.F.A. appeared very reluctant to tackle and mor than once he just stood up and watched the hall carried uway by his opponent.'' who nt thlfl rtagg were making every effort to scor Nevertheless he showed h: worth when receiving a short pats and scored the third goal fi B.F F.A. More opportunities were presented lo the B.F.F.A. playerr. THE B.T.C. MIDSl MMKK I'KtMiKAMME The official programme of the B.T.C. for the Am; ppoarta to-day Pn. Increase in slakes which UUa A class races are all up to the $1,000 m haa time to get there but I do not think the system has been too gradual With Ihe local sweep selling like hot cakes it is also certain that the C unt money will be increased. Therefore there is every reason to %  lieve that a Aral pn/e will be increased by about S480 I race and this will make the Stewards' Stakes worth around H.figii Not al all a %  mall figure. I think it shouU attract B number %  %  vts from Trinidad But i alao notice iii.it the IL a o9 open until %  while il ends on the 12lh. In that case W* might Milfci a loss U I two or three who will want to remain in Trinidad for Ihe Arim-i meeting which comes at the end of the same month. Already It is lumourcd that Storm's Gift will nut he coming back here after the June meeting. I hope there Will be no others. The Secretary of the B.T.C. I see has also stuck to the names hosen last August for most of the race* and it is hoped th. t it will not bfj long before we stop referring to some of them at least as the first and aecond A CUM BttM Oh How,,,l think this will take some lime because we have got into the habit fur tha aoi now and naturally it will be difficult to hienk Perhaps I can glVO the new piaciice some help by,romlndlni fOU thai the Stl %  tha big A class event (01 atayon and mldd liei and the Carlisle Stakes tlu* big •print evOttl of UJW meeting The e will alwayi ba aauclatod with an : i to tea that ihe BtarXoi v. haa a e of f 1.000 It Will now be the rkhoftl prize M the >eai |or MALVEKN M UCH || not Knowi who are due to history. Malven F.C. OF TK1MOAD COMINCi i locally about the Malvein F.C of Trimdad isit Barbados in another fortnight but heiejs has contributed liberally lo Trinidad football ins in the last four years. When Trinidad wag making its football tout to British Guiana 1940, the search for a centre-forward was on. An unknown youngster named ('.niton "Squeakie" Hinds caught the selectors' yes. He was then playing for Malvern in the second division, but his performances in the trials, to wluch he had been Invitml as a result of his heavy goal-storing, were Such thai he was an automatic .lioice for selection and for the second Ume in Trinidad football history a second class player made a Trinidad representative team. SOME CHARACTERS S INCE then Hinds haa toured Surinam. Haiti-Jamaica, and B.C. again apart from playing for Trimdad al home against Haiti, Jamaica and B.G He failed to make Ihe team which toured Jamaica early in 1047. but "Potty" Lewis and Lio Lynch were chosen from Malvern. and thus three of the Club's players had been chosen to lepresent the Colony even before the club had been elevated to tirsl as status. MAl.VEKN MADE HISTORY I N THE triangular tournament in Trinidad later in 1947 when the Club had actually been promoted. Malvern again made history. Trinidad needed a victory for the last match against B.G. in orrcr to n the tournament, and the selectors called on Ihe entire Malvorn fiont line of "Polly" Lewis, "Squeakie" Hinds, Fedo Blake lnow in the PS. studying dentistry). Phil Dougliu and lao Lynch to p>J for Trinidad In addition, Carl Waldron was selected lo play atleft I.alf-back. so Malvern had six representatives on the Colony team. B.G. were defeated 2—0, and Trinidad won the tounianuir It .._ the second time that the front line of a single club represented Trinidad in au intercolonial match. Maple had done ll previously In 4 suv rox_.Pitn.ki to* ro the 1930's einocii In all the club has 8 inter colonials. Hinds, Lynch, Lewis. Ill.ikc. Douglln. Paul Carr, Kenny Akal and Carl "Picky" Waldron. With the exception of the last two. the others are forwards. Akal. a full-back was picked for the first time when Trinidad went to B.C.. four months ago. Carr made his debut on the Haiti-Jamaica tour In 1949 and also went to BG. last February. Douglin made Surinam in 1948 and B.G. In 1950. Lynch came to Barbados in 1944 (before he joined Malvein) ami also toured Surinam and Jamaica. Waldron has never placed abroad. Much Id'al interest Is being centred around the Intercolonial middleweight hout to be staged at the Yankee Stadium on Tuesday night. June 0 when Kid Kalph the local • nuVml. r f..r middleweight honours meets Fighting Bailey of Trinidad. A visll to Ihe training ramps this week conviind DM that Ralph is in fine turn Ir %  give* his llnal exhibition before the bout this morning al his training quarters. Savoy Club. Mason Hall Street. .,".* Meanwhile at the Hoyal Club, Nelson Street, Mailey Is going at cm.Ua> through his |tces with a calm and quiet confidence. The Bght should TBrnbrow be a ROOT! one on Tuesday and I hOgM Will rWJtorO I U j*J DM UTO of Vu*tdv Jus* tthHarklin* the puhllc appreifation and supi-rt which has Ix-cn so woefully lackrodat si t*oni.v. it-ki^ iug in recent years and which local professional lighting of live year * %  ** *l* v J. v !i TSSSHIS ago had s, successfully attracted. %  '"""' M ''' SIR CHUNG WINS %S^ST^S, 3 TAT, RACE THEN DIES f^TSJS^Sl&SS. The referee wns Mr L. Thomi • Barbados Advacata Corr*wondrni • GEORGETOWN. June 3. The closing day of the D.T.C. May Meeting was marred by the Midden death of Sir Chunti -Mar w.nnlng the Stewards Handicap Mi Dyals Talyang's Sir Chung was being led back to receive I : tan bon the Graml Stand with Vvuiiet up when he collapsed and died on the track. Kesults are; l.llll-l s ll\MM( '. %  I ..I :,,. < 1... 11 1 TICKfK'.S KITTY (ONriO 1*1 lb. IIOUr-STHETCH (Sunicat 1JJ 16.. J TOY BOUn >Ck>r.*lii IIS lb* VILI.IONAIHE UtamirFtl lit lb* Tinia I I i" H Mca. UABDIN MANDICAF—7 rarlaaf* ii.r I ANNA TASMAN lYvonrO IN 1 1 Alll B3KI Simlchi II* Ib1 rKNSIVE ittr-am 1ST RN.I I BIO BOY ".*!.' IM lb>. -II M \'kliIHMiM \l" Mil, 1".J riua n: I ma CHUNC HvoWli 12] lb1. OALLANT MAN iON.Hl IIS Ibi 1 VINDIMA (;„n/lt 140 ". 4. pANCINti MASTER tUnuwt 1J8 II Turn • 1 mma • II. II HAMilnr-i %  (la** 1 MIFIS SIIIIU.RV <0'Nrili IIS lb2. HUMESTIIETCII iSurOchl T\n-r : 311 %  *• niaiiToa* iMM'H M % %  I.,.I..,|. Ciaaa u. i rosin iQaaaiwai \>i a*. 3. lit ACK EAOI.E lOoblni ISO lb.. THADE WIND iSui %  IANIIII \r—Mil* A %  (la** E ANNA TASMAN iGoblnl IJI lb. IAIB ECHO iSunlrlo IM lb*. MILLIONAIRE .ON-lp 11* lb.. I1IQ BOY iBwMr.i Itl lbBIO Tim* %  J n I II \Ml inlANIHCAr— la>l a i>l* ria** A (.Alt ANT MAN iH.r.ri(i in lb* DANCING MASTER .Far.hav.i li* II VlNTllMA ifinnrjilrri 140 lbB.F.F.A. KNOCKOUT FIXTURES KiKrhaal Filial** ;h Hanarri v. National tw: Mr. O Graham %  in at SI. Leonard' %  'Ti'ir and the linesmen were Messr %  Harris and Cntchlow 'me Lwanu won LOIMIK King. Williams. Gill Glasgow. Welch. Brooks. Barrow, Cheeseman, Hutchinson. Kramer and Farar. BiF.F.A.: — Pinder. Denny, Hayes. Waithe. Trotman. Simpson. Carter. Fowler, Clarke. Phillips and Yearwood. Weifhtlifting: Frank dc Souzu 1950 Junior "Mr. Guiana" lAdvwalv Corraapondaiil i GEORGETOWN. Youthful Frank dcSouza was on Whitsunday morning crowned "Junior Mr. Guiana, 1950" at th President's Birthday Show — In honour of Dr. Cephas Whitney,— and Body Beautiful Contest at the Aslor Cinema. Runner-up Albert Ferreira. DeSouza who was runner-up 01 1949 displayed the best developed body and "best arms" out of nine strong men. Albert Gouveia created a nev record In the squatting when wi'.l a body weight of 170 pounds h squatted with 410 lbs. But It wa 145-pounder W. Squires who came out on top with 370 lbs. according to the Hoffman formula. Gouvei waa aecond and J. dos Santos 141 i lbs. who did 260 was third. In the curling contest A Gouveia came back to win with a curl ol 105 lbs. while S. Richards 150 did 140 lbs. and W. Brusch 15 Blao did 140. Only one contestant—D. Critchlow — came up for the Dead-lift ""* event and he hoisted 450 which Prowas 90 lb* away from the record I Jg held by Kenneth Gerrajd. lit year's champ, ilrst pr. thai etna J am wondering now if the IT' h ..; about the pri/es lor the Deri o. stakes Is to help the owners cope frith I COat of Itabk upkeep %  i rige that the owner who brao da n f> b -nciuded. The Derby prir.es have been at tile for some years. Perhaps the committee did not < %  %  • Item Wrhen thai wen naming the eommions of the classic so fur in advance In that case lid keep il in mind lor future use. Will they il : please think about raising the Derby Slake? for 1952 immediately. am under the impression the first subscript. %  race close some time around October this year In order that the 1951 Derby might not suffer is it possible that an amendment can be made so that the stakes of that race can also be raisedAfter all we would like to see the Trinidadians again taking an interest in our classic but how can we expect Ihem to do this if the Anmu Derby Trial Stakes is also increasing. a> I am sure it will, while ini.... r ticking -'i th* mud W* MI haw the advantage, ,n if WO eta increase it they may he tem p ted to take a shot at $3,000 .nstead of waiting on the Arima one worth only about $1,900. It would also serve to increase the i la-.^ of our classic. LIKKLY DERBY i AMUDATKS ->: .ikmg of our Derby reminds me thai en tllmuiatlon list has already started foe this race, firel on la Bow Bella, ft is understood that after racing in Trinidad in June she will not be coming iHick here but returning to 81 Vincent to iwail the rigour* of November and Christmas perhaps. It is alto probable that we will not fee Bowmanstnn judging from ihe way she was raced last March. The task relinquished by these two will be passe.1 on to then respective stable companions Cross Bow and Watercress, the latter, in all probability, sharing it with another stable mate Collelon. It is therefore likely that the Derby Held will be made up of the following : Cross Bow. Watercress. Colleton. Apollo. Pharos. Brown Giil l m iterance It will be as good a held as we hnve seen if the above seven turn out but it would make all the difference if we were allowed to see what Bow Bells and Bowmanston could do among them. After all there is no proof positive up to now that tithe) w them can stay a mile PREPARATIONS FOR JUNK Preparations by the local contingent for the JuiM DMOtll going apace nt the Savannah on mornings and a number of them Itcgu favourably already. The A class racing in Trinidad will be well worth watching with Storms Gift and Pepper Wine in the field. Both of them are going rather well Of course we know U takes Storm's Gift a lot of work ti D up and perhaps she will not be at her best in the T.T.C. Plata aftaa %  real of several months. But her appearance does not lend to support this \ lew on this occasion. I quite agree she has put on some condition bin it looks mostly like muscle and not surplus fat. She certainly seems to be giving Identify a rough time of it at exercise. Pepper Wine looks more like the frisking kitten we usually associate her with. In contrast lo her general demeanour last March she ap|H'urs to have taken .i new lease of life All we can hope lor now is that she does not run into the ill luck she did last June. She will make it very difficult for any of them to beat her If ahe keeps up her form. I was also Impressed with Mr. Victor Chase's Landmark. She it [.till running into condition but as she will be mainly concerned with %  print events she should lie tit enough by the end of the month. She \.'i | fast. Perhaps it is peculiar but anotnei who impresses la the roaring Pharos. Can -i three year-old with tins condition train on? That is the question. We have seen the gallant little Fuiioto do wonders n\ei Rve and s : \ bill the trouble was always hampering him a bit. Can Pharos do the same? Present indications are that he might and ch a good looking son of O.T.C that i cannot dJieard him altogethei as a hope for the Trial Stain II. .Inn: Inwoik with rellah and i shall be following bai form In Trlnidnd. with conMdeiablc interest. Try this modern way to cool, smoother, easy shaving — without sting or burn. ECKSTEIN BROTHERS BAY STREET OfFICt-CI 3372 &f WORKSHOP-D,.l M7 PARIS DCPARIMENT-Diil 4269 COLGATE fcrnta/iteaa SHAVE CREAM A btttt' !"• without a brash than foo r>*r fidd (h one f PHGSFERINE is everyone's tonic TIIROfGHOtlT the world, for very 1 many years, PHOSFLRINE has been regarded as an indispensable tonic for the weak and ailing, the con%'alcscent and the run-down I'lIOSMiKINE hastens the return to full health and Mrength. It revives the appetite, restores vitality, replaces lost confidence. If you are feeling nervy or out-of-sorts make up your mind to try PIIOSFERINE today I You'll be feeling better in no time I Made t.C i ) Ci-. t id (Whoamk only). 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SI'NDAY. nm t. i•!-... Sl'NDAt ADVOCATE l'\(.l I l\ I RELAX!-WD GET A GOOD GRIP ttft/iirniinf iIn1ml I II #•< %  /. #f t*e%4 JUNE 4 NO. 122 RELAX Now dm. i .I i'bom that handicap that won' come down Relax, and ynur gam" will improve. And (kM i club* I started i>ul i <.. %  i: %  hapes. and i d I think UM siKtiltM nu t%i. Maybe the) helped, in. i m %  i much inarr oMeaSatfy. FlrM. we hn<1 betlei seitlr tm question (,i pdfl I:< ....line* hn show my rather unuual grn>. and the ones hr-i< *i usual Harry V., I %  grip when I was ynum: hands were ion UHJ 1 to hold the dub any oti t) ^J hand grip ha< the thumu point in-; %  straight down the %  haft Inataa i •veiling line ol 1 %  %  %  %  • %  %  .1 i' Spring Sports School ^ e Topic %  rowr rir/ Of NEW Mobiloil %  lha target from %  %  ir the u Th n the la not a •MM& i.mi "M Me curl ot'er f overlapping the little flnger of the right hand .. % % %  gir of the left. 1 grip 1th all the right-hano I I (Ind this give* more powei but I teach all my pupil lap as you wn \ lures. And that will probably "e t' best grip for must peopli the D.iil> I A Si ill Muke u IMU sin If you haven't gone UM jour golf ( ( nCV worth whil. Don't go on to a com-. t nH tune and play a< you should play lions from a ret-., who will give you these ttasu pri'ii.ple*. (I ) throughout. (I) I afl •II the way (4) CultJ By tultivute • spang this: A baby 11 walks. A kol.'er mu before he hits i good method, and, It. you can hit the ball ai hard M you like. Champion players. I not keep lhaii hoadl still, but iti M rat %  k Wl IRRY 100 mueh about ,. %  perfect!) atlll %  i. an mo* %  II latarall) .md get it but titling the head v.-. i and whan keep I...-king at the tool where it was. ,\ •{ %  <••! in: tha ball you mould ge. lha Dialing thai >MI me it| .; i all i a ifd under%  : lit hi hand, and %  I with lNK-k of %  ii length ha nt to pi i iuat I"'. %  (ht and far i ii-i.i,.i %  >i tut handi and leg* will go a long wo) lowai mg tii.i! M DONT WdltliV t.H. mi a stlfl teft leg at impHct 80BM of nan In th.world ran %  in., with UM raol ith .. bent impart .I prtiwtiw tip • t -tmi V on \ nhi %  urorrj t<*> much just be%  i. i ti I al %  13 I '" .' %  -.•> %  ourae praciJ i Toi improving youi rot instance rou UM r tgni nd lor moat IIIMII:.nut. uotur1 ..ity. n aWrlopa much mot*] %  iid grip -*.. uii. eoncaaarate OKW OUI left band VOn NI.I.I. Who is aliout i BjOlf-COauVMUg mu havu i i mat, always earries a golf iround .i, hi lackat poeket Hi idea ir to grip the ball .;.. grip, n i.4v to mii ai powei. and von t NM strung!-KI i. I know in n man M> small an avao bap four goif ,g. i driving your car b) conqBBlIIung your grip on the stoanBg -heel to your left hand Tha un• vennes* of right and hafl hand [rips ithe most ootnnaon cause of 1 ad golt -So. ju-l |a IMgiHiik On with, ge' lolling i im on youi toll Keeps Enqlnes Cleaner — .. ~ M >i h i Iran MI g pfoparilse > %  '*>< %  pro* boo i..in leraataal %  •" rttal engliM aorta !" b urlaaV •*:• %  . pistMu, OAHMng ii%  s'"Ml Hill l>. > ui> I.K %  maavh IM*I a .-... .. H, > i>kak IM and %  I %  %  a —^ lm £*?>, w's.iiImproves Cor Peiformonco — Bv. %  rig boofi *•"•( .ngio. Ii HO. I get Ban faatofi Telo w ta ajuaehar, in-ri.tm %  Magrtbai an hi ig Men Pr*lanfjs Inglno's Utm—t Isoaai pawtarmMi (eaafrtn laM eai >oor rnginiMIM raajltlara li-r I.J..I.Ij.i.l u.rr. liduU, gi*r muir tr(> mt J|>< nJahl. MIVlCl iVll fQIU <>> '<• %  today loikang> uni oil lN'Mobil..tl CARDINER AUSTIN & CO. LTD. Ditlribulor.. ii.. ik.i>* senOastan riwrgB lh f.—ll-i In I tr. u..^i..l' i' vM -i-l .!***"* %  %  minn of %  IHM A %  • IH i.li':l*Mll.l. ii peeats i ,-....., rau HMI IM. is only talk %  rowing i.- t asji IMM aasa la -i* ssasa iniew -"• %  van a t> s-i u "e W, || .• MM irn-ai '< % %  Ml | IM MoK" Ar %  .s that h. DO strong. It b ol tra aubnaad ttia %  Ha • : ,,.. iswinging ui .lub wall "ill hit the t all mua h liiithei Lbg 'tig i ..sing she* i i no Um%  od are the |>ei f %  •. • COnbUiataOt Tbara an paint) or va] %  tha ii.a.ds theus .. Up from \"ii Nida above COsWatl trait m lha k fl %  mii u clut< .,.1, ahot. ikipping will help I 1 sponsored by j & R BAKLRIES (linkers of tNRICHF.D BREAD and the Menders of J it R RUM NUGGET SHOE POLISHES BARBADOS TURF CLUB Official Programme—Mid-Summer Meeting, 1950. HIIMH1 Till. Till IIMIAt Mllh iiml S\llllll\% I'Jlh All.l'l. 1040 First #i/-If"//7 7il, IIII/IISI. If/.'iU No. TIME P.M NAME CLA88 DISTANCE 1HT %  MI) 3RD ITII TOT At. FNTBV CREOLE 1ST rtBEEDER!. PREMIUM* .'ND iRD TOTAL 1. 2 3. t. fl 8. 1.00 1.40 1 M 3.00 • ft on 5 40 MAIDEN ITAKM II it CREOLE BTAKH BARBADOS DERBY -TAKES* • i I' STEWARDS 81 KES LES TRAFALG \i; si AKES STAFFOItU STAKES C l> C2 (htajoWn R %  %  A & Iv-. %  W A C ft F ft W \ D ft V.' \ B ft i> .. KM %  1 %  %  rum 11.10 IIS 185 ISO ir 150 %  llflO • 1.3'.' 1.0MI 1,8? i.aso I.3M l,3.M 1.500 7 00 21 00 30 "' 33 (H 27 On 24 On 27 00 30 00 S ju UI I Mi on 100 on 8M Wi 80 00 %  100 00 11, on 1 in nu 87.50 7ft.00 %  10 %  DO 178 no %  1 INI '(II 1". i 00 105.00 %  D :" 50 151 so ( V.r.// lhifi—lh II is,In if I fill, \ II ffii si. IH.IO 0 1 00 l AJUJSLI STAKES A ft Lowei w %  1 %  • \&j 31.630 $33 00 100 00 10 DO IS 00 SI73 00 10. 1.40 TRAFAI.ClAlt HANHfi \1' D & „ H/< 800 • 135 1.200 24 CO II. 2.20 JUVENII 1 STAKES fL' 2 VO AUotti .. %  m %  135 1.200 24 00 60 Oil %  1 oo 103.00 1L> 3 oo s: AFFORD HANDII \i' Ii ft Lowei H i .. 1100 3(-i 130 1,330 27 00 13. 3 10 11 B ( NhOI.I. Ii \M)M \p .. Oft B/C 000 200 100 000 18 00 11 II CH ST AK ES | w \ .. %  135 1,200 24 00 00 00 M no 15 00 15. 5 00 MID-SI C ft l i '-' Mfi 133 1.200 24 00 16. S 10 STEW % %  ICAP Aft Hi • %  :;3S 165 1.500 20 00 Ilallfl 00 lhit40 Omg—Smimrdmg VJih 1 #/**. Ift.lO 20 I 22 -: ig :t DO | M • %  I 6 40 MDK W %  DEAB MEMORIAX. I IM \N IF.HS HANDICAP VNDICAP NORTH GATE HANDICAP NNAH HANDICAP HANDICAP BUSH HILL I B U 1 D l 11 !t P i i: 9 F2 II VO II 1 C I Lriv II a t. II F It -II C A I -1 H %  135 700 235 115 700 lift ur. IIS .-in, 100 %  115 333 %  ft 1.350 127 00 1200 24 0u 1.050 21 00 lSlftO 2) 00 i^ao 24 00 POO 18 041 1.050 21 00 1.500 30 00 .3U.775 1.515 11th IT, .1 1 118 It. nillet 115 ih* Clai U A' %  i, got aiil I h -JII. I'oj. i' Ii, .li:. i saeonal I'w Ommhiut* AoJr.w n..t oolj pnaiaVi i sparkling. roHrcahlni drink II liclps io kaap von daU msidc as welt it IUIILIIOII. hv deaaaaVJ the mouth, sailing the .[oiiisi-h anJ toning up the liver, hin-lly. sWttVI gcntlv clear> the bowelI || thi ti//v .Itink whenever WN Baaed rtfrtsttng Q '•' c -' 1 Entries Io close ill 3 |'.m. on Tliuri.(hi> 201li July. 1980 u l the Offinof Hi.Turf Club. (opus of iins Programme w IH ofctolnwl iti iiu* Office ol ihe Club, ^MM.I.-II, Lane ANDREWS UVERSMT THE IDEAL FORM OF LAXATIVE



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P.U.I -l\ •I NDAI ADVOCATE -i Mm nun j. i5 Six Nations Merge a From I'.JIi id .1 would Moci-ie herself effort. T** leVl <>I !r. Al tfwmBIUIlltl.tr SI0.000 Passed For Aid To li.G's. Small Timber Operators Opposed People's Democracy -The French, Qwmii liL-lisai. Luxcinlxiurif .. goverrunei.:*. in Uon to pui nie scon if |-,c. I. and ..( economic -iid social pi ,.t assigne-i to then. O G I i %  r their pooling •* the produ.tnm of coal and" steel arid Ihc liutttulM ,; ;., .. | g|i tvhose ,-rn winches and tackle % %  main. Bslgiiim Italj I UK" tinNiMQ*nait.i.mo the cosjolfaa ; mo. mdum to ihc F which insjy ndharC m ihe future nance Con Host Anxtow Ac i that they ore most anxious to be lh anvciat-l with rhea. discussions, pended largely and h.. %  "* em >' 1 Um n peel clear to the Pressd the cftici,. %  tmeroii; ewakm pricitt t the Frencnfj %  i kntarnnUona] PRAQI i i Mi ii intltka I* raloova. 68%  %  | | : %  . i The i*..i quota : Kingdom 91000 I I Bowth defendant in B| thai they wan thr tree %  on trial of II i ind noi HI alovaks before IN Stata I PTMUI The formal National Socialut %  %  t.. in-l,Dep„|y wh o .cvimieil frurn I'arharnrnunlel raw to i S units. baal I Ml equiptneni win ba pui ..... %  ..,. When ha* bei ,. ni ihi af..111. i„ the charge oil tug to Hi.I,nut uf the LI of ihc Tan-Tow Zominova -am aha ami ., • %  tbm a: king them how lung tney conare t" be sold tO O .i la era would 'i a formal hlti i the Czech t Boctal ..cip ti> join fon i I ariri i !" %  tinSocial Deinocmts and tig ol skids and %  %  %  ittvcf abroad war* la contact ifmtf faML %  mod .ii'i %  % 11 ICCIIOA against ill-hcalih. J strengthening food for there's good/*.ID 'Kepler' for all the KapMf contain* viumins A and 1> and givca -.'/„ otff|,„i.fl nouriihment Its swart, malty flavour KEPLEB 9 COD LIVER OIL WITH MALT EXTRACT **? U BURROUGHS WtLLCOME CO. PRODUCT WhenColds strike remember Phensic %  %  LTD. X IrM U. t^"lSi UaiV'aMBl^i"!^"!'"!:" :h '' sm U "l"''"'" *'> the Agrarians ..-^t'ucm, .... |. ll ^" practical I I j I Sw*SSB bTtSiuS ; i.h. ; h.,i .. .roupi will uke advanug* ol Uib t. >• local loader. !" -^a% j^ *ul th.^-^ •<* a*of* 9 m order that i bo ready to make Mich cradle %  umi IT, nufactun onta of S6*u. tb i.f ri ivl Kr<>upx she U allegetl :ind there Is already such UMH truups but thol I .... in lltv I'lin.fi. n .v ith II i i' Aroa by the Kabacabburf Amerpolitical^ reorguntution uf :hc Na\ iidtans %  iUon Workable Scheme The British Govorunonl aiiixlow to do their best to see whether u workable MhOCM OOtlld be produced that is fair and |u-t to all concerned, and they feel thai this couM best be furthered b> ., tries iiitaeaatvd. -i whui l lioi %  • B i pedinotfc mrti problem at asue could I %  and leCttod ''> Vtiiiiiiiistrator lo lU'plar*' Medical Su|MTiuleudent i Red Peace Campaigns Are Camouflage %  %  • uch a reorfanhutlaD at an undcrgruund > ... %  .in, j;,n Buehal, gnii • t. 1 1 btllt) of %  l^boUlOtl h ihe police Mrs. Zeminovu said th.. Bachal bad toU her that he. Pi. Ivvice written to Praatdot I H'*i.e offering In Like tin pp thV Government would be ulad to parami the DtrecUn -l ICaflacal Begv ,,, wh|cvnnc|rt ^ wul unlt tlcipate and they have to informvteai dlacloted to-day that the „ IOUU ,, u |h wnr \A ( irustn.ti-1 hermelf trmsldrered Ihat Buriial wa ad the French Guvernmen' s-.c.ry nf BtaM !or the Colo' J^r,^^^ bragging She also ihought he wa. ?*L2!L ^"tr itSSK ff cd to act Mr, liana liane, widow of Ihe ITrsi'i': %  CUi'ENHAGEN. June 3 iteg from 24 countm ;, lending the Internallonal Suci.il 1 iiference here today i.mfe. antl thai Pn-sidi-nt Ben" a resolution describini: had .ent him. Buehal. a written Peace Canipaixii' 1 fly .i !i.u,>|>arcui camouflage fur .> "We know about that. YV< bav* l licy of domination". aTt that reply" the State ProsecuThe moluUon said "at praatot lor Mld .-.!: %  Eaeafnova said that ho parties. The Comlnfon recking world-fedcratl ment that the officer slu.uld DO Ihortmghly experu-nct-d poattion to assut In '' %  i"" 11 "!. it. tratnlni local rof The anxiety ereated by Cc airmlar lay administration posts in form ,„,!„.(„ constitutes other hospitals of Hie Colony l! ^ dmnVfT to %  %  i ntr.net .,11 %  ill iii-ii Govenun^nfl Siir|irisr by the Foreign Office of the "eleventh-hour" talks last night between Sir Olive, Rarvay, On BrtUatl Andjassador. and M Roherl Schuin.ui. rracH h Faratgn Mm and author of ttkt |-ol paaB Time were still dupes th.it fit i %  tain might be %  way with the negotiations, but ;i French Fix eign Office | declined U> say whether he thought Britain would stun Ihe junt enmmuniuur du* to ba faauad lo-dai in the name of tbi Watt 1 countries who have agn I terms of the negotiations. Sir Oliver Harvey. \n national conference lo form u high European authority for coal and steel would "almOB. ceit.iinlv" i. Issued to-day aceardini to plan It was uxpci-tcd about noon. PraoM i reach ment on nartmg wgoUaUotu with w ' i.s Italv. Ik'lgium. I '' ' Holland and Luxamooura Bui B ' "" %  tarn, with an open mind on the principle nf the plan ,tseH. hai cuaalon ''l tbi refused to commit hersell In ad'' gall bj JU£WI Stlyjkrin Lotion mthCfl SuMkria Lotion WITH on brlngi / %  .'. to H rcpl.Kc Ihe natuui olli aMeh in ii kmi/ it aCttaa .\ dtaanni ii> *JI HI health-giving lotion : rt contain Pure Silntxrin. %  food. A few minutes d-uh "*—f with Silvikrin lotion AIII bring nc Ufa, health and vhaJ ty to >our haJr, and i-itl keep it Two tablets of Phobic with a little wates will quickly check a cold or chill. 1'heogfc Mxin dears the head, take* away the burning pain behind the eyes, the aches in the limbs, the distracting headache, and helps to bring the temperature down. But best of all, Phensic relieves the depression and j fatigue thai so oltcn accompanies colds and chills. Be prepared for colds — keep a supply of laaanafl handy. i solution added that, u, \ ; %  %  ni tin f.n i the %  onfei • fn %  h iixiu-ri.pi CcanbuTotTi :., alxml world peace. %  %  d 'Pea %  i I.I 'I,. Con Infona parties is %  DChlndM SINUIUJII lu train.|>arent caniouflagv for a nj llrilin '"'alitarlan poUey of domination watering down ol t MM parucipsuni coui ti U to the principle ol in. i Ian ba' 1 1 1 M fore ^. t< Oft B*0?j '•cdvictinn %  Dm in.: Mr. Bevin and Mr Aeri Loodon. M llorinat, who was b BXp" und %  lo Brltl h experti li known lo have i-r: lerntlnntlon uvttve of Hie plan, whittled iwi) Into national authority. British Hural The "high in'. Cuiiftreuce claims that demands the iniei%  i all tilings and the Inti abolition tif the atom bomb lull control tnu I lively guaranteed. Submit Terrilorie* Oovenunaoti must be praparad to submit their territories .'n the intcrfronlier -Rruter. -t11.1< iif On Ajili-Aiucricun Strike • VNa. fage 1. now i esecuotu The Itudanta* ilrat open >!• aaiii* t.i tha oceupatton oceurri la inontil when IhajP shouted dowo Dr. Ells in piolCbt agaiusl hi. iiiogiamme purging suspeeteu teachers througnoul About 300,000 eomrauniUe* I %  a km went on 24 hours today lor UM aea %  ay 22. Waga naaaaatlons, ra jun nd • t.rst Mrike, w perfectly groomed throughout the d I raaaaugi, hu,/Ji. -, < ami nn/iSilvik rin LOTION WITH OIL ^ ITS HERE AGAIN/ —Keuh%  iievea that %  %  i-iHMniition of world unitv : .iiietilly delayed i inform subolage. Until %  Contlnforn pnllej flung—, it is tha loaisou diU. You're nice KB IT near svilh >our l-.-ih sweel and y>ur smile %  pirkhnt; when sou useNewLlMiKIM fOOTrl PASTE li polishes leeth wftlaar...friaaaai hrmh beuer. Use delightful, rtfntking New LISTERlNfc TtKilll PASTBI In scientific tests, more than HOVc oi cases of simple bad breath were overcome—not ti>r minutes but lor hours —with a single brushing of USTBRINB TOOTH PASTECOMPARE THIS WITH ANY OTHER DENTURJCE! IXCLUSIVI LUSIIIFOAM ACflON ANO SHUSHING MINfT FLAVOUIt New LISTIRINK TOOTH PA8TI caaas >our teeih lo spirkhnji njtmul lx-4ui>. Its i ufaMa. Laaarioaa scnoa nd sttul minry leroag baUM raw whole mouth in longerlisting IK I sHM'V # From Tage I. %  %  %  i elebf itu tha event With I MTl i Party tonight i 11., one of '.hia Trinidad hai i %  Prai % %  was areU-anown in in* I. W l A Otllce n i goa II. i weh of emplojRUPTURE I.I I II I .. INI mlUtable it DEuurs m, iinpi. ian INT PAINS Sudden itmbi or crippling stiffness >wr • %  •!*• "i~i IktSSaaiMaai "" %  MM %  •a.*"""'* 1 *;zx2 AVAILABLE FROM YOUR IrMAL SMITIIB CLOCKS STOCKISTS When kidneys giow iluKgisb up you feel aanagnals. Joint and mutch ncd toning up you feel i uiy Irom the system. PUIs are specially of them. They HWH that your kidneys arc l.ithng to do thru* proper tub which is lo filter harmful iiiiiittes i be Witt prepared to quickly testoi kidneyto normal activity. By acUng directly on sluggish kid neys they tackle one ol the common causes of ioint pains. The impurities which have given rise to jour suffering are cleared out of Use system and oains grow less as a natural consequence. Try De Witt's Pills yourself. They may oe just what you need to blessed relief. safSSawf cyt* %  for a fresher breath OUR GUARANTEE Oe Witt's Pdls maniila. tured under strictly hygienic t ondiuuns and the ingredients conform to rigid btAiida.dB of purity. DE WITTS PILLS .(•r Kidney and gladder TroubUi REGENT GASC U N S ioo% nmsH 100% QUALITY 100% VALUE Look for the Red White & Blue Pump Globe MUWjaCnWO M BSaSH • IIIDD ICAMB0LDI LIB AGENTS?— DA COSTA CO.. LTD JAMES A LYNCH A CO I r I ".I i ':i)S LTD. : I THE CITY GARAGE CO. BRIDGETOWN. 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SVVDAY JIM I m.vi vi MIIV U.YOCATK I'M. I SEVEN The Loveliest Dress Fve Ever Had Irene Dunne Poses For The t \nne Edwards Column A s [ always lay—it's |uckj M Tf-s—and %  %  are!" IK M I> inn . about el •umml up the cMbM philosopn of almost %  vei' • -i *.-*nt woman. In that sentence %  %  %  M on. I % %  • %  I'd think 1 u %  buy a frock that people I. . irraj D H (ton every B H %  ; asav—we : p lite the] t up In thi N %  : rli:i,> .;." . .... ml it's I real. Vt .-. tm now <•( that braced ana 1 wary 1 ted look 'hat makes „ ... .. .- ^J ""-"'"> "- try / expect ua 11 .tome ..1 Vhi %  1 ....,• uM 1 art of tJuecn Vli torta it fl 1 %  think of myself as an oh', woman. (At 66 tra much, much older then than an) woman %  now.) Then 11 will eomo naturally to lottie nv. weigh? M 1 walk ami sit. to ^[y^k turn my head and my eyes slowly %  M I* irur Think yourself young and you An Explanation xpla: tineas r# Uwt I Know . PKOFLE 1 (eel f know all .1 thout -•' %  •m J fm lo '"** %  < the The woman Mi Hafl of "* ly UfO." Ultchai "Whist has been 1 I he Ctrl In a trade union da> pnte (Miss Bcrvl Fisher 1 "who her gu iicr novonutDU ua as a girl of 20. ana her grooming belongto the forties. No Facials rfou doe* she do U? Does $h hai>coaatoai facials'' "Well no, to toll the truth %  "TaaaXba SfSreia.? S* !" iy > hC '" 1 P* my yeS tiOWi> T "* '*> '" "~"b.euah Rent. Wei 1 u Sink U nee-ls a £ £*** £ '""" '* ''""' ubou *" um a -u !" illnr said Wei no. I wins 11 '>*e-i> a Think yourself youns; and you ..u ra u/eekea la known in .spceiui b to do thorn ,,„,,. ,. .. ,^L .,?.,? anil h.>ooW 1 "'•'•" rh < L thMoth., Dief then' An F-xulanalion Th •*""'*" who put this in "I eat everything, but in K %  <"• %  i-i-'' M..imoderation, you know" "Perhaps that explains lome compelled by local cOOdJUooi lo Home beaulj, treatment vrthing. Perhaps i( you vlart with exchange pleasant COUntrj daps' natural assets of the Dunne quality for foui --bedroom flat P "I did once read in an Amcrioi | haiol eye;, and a nose that start* view of trees caper that Irene Dunne kept her straight and suddenly turns up nt lion smooth by laying Uw tip', perhaps, if you have .. I '" """ AaTOOl f cucumber peel again!)! very hap;.. Of] .uccessful *WIIKRE I C'AMK IN her -kin Hundreds o( women life, and if vou add to it gTooabul lt ^' 1 >">' that loD in to say they'd followed oltho : ,1 Ivlet and it worked wonderv explain a lot Ittwa Hints For Amateurs VtllUIW %  ^ .naaaiy A Utue II Uuwi "i aome%  n up. 0 %  •round the %  . watt R Ol the OM g light ap\ sratoi eU 1 .. anal offorl troah erop of iinprt which a wot D kna> onv h Verbu ilowerblight win the t %  —1 I which nji t w.,.,niii up the "id t p %  %  the next oath*. •" %  n order U> get bcoah f a* ii Uao old plant as you .. anj blunted h ttniii in a aeed re Kl take root. wall rooted take up ano> 1 the required spot. -: a J : . %  %  . does not m %  .1. nut "HI %  I %  1 pot I \ %  1 bona looloi krvolj 1 1 on I'.oik. .....1 ai1 rail down at will AnI 1 ri 1 A uif; 1 %  1 rativ, little 1 %  .11 i ; %  m Vrnon tin la daw Uw to rtnttrh up thi Irorn gimiml thus ti % %  riowei I tthig for the 1 %  New r EI % %  ; .!'• last well in the h I OOtk, but cue mutt be 10 rc-hll the vase i i bowOTb wl with watOT every day foi 1 Ih Hi k up ball bowl of wi AT 31. HE FELT LIKE AN OLD MAN Bo giiitlril tilers sho' M hero in the clear in Itie ani would > Bo have i Bui I <... \\ u Btreot" • latest -4 EM, Hollywood Stars Are Having Many Problems OTHKftS HKI.Y ON BUSINESS K> IKfcDIKKK OBM NEW YORK. For many people In li Uywood unemployment now is disastrous ; affect about 48 tin cent of the lilm colony, and applies not only to actors and Ktr>a|OJ, but to iau.i ; nd Ola technicians. Fewer bie. names an ggtlOd UP on long-term contracts than evei i>e.farc. Ii.v March 31. oidy 118 ,,.M were in the happy position of not earing much whethui Ihe studio sent for them or not. hecauie the pay cheque came through the letter-box just the tame This was a drop of 371 from the total a year earlier Britain illumed In Hollywood, of course, it hi I to do to blame Britain tm wilfully withholding money earned by American picture*. Meanwhile telcviaict. ing people at home. At. 1 Hollywood tries hard lo play this down—there are too many mediocra Kim. More and more people connn: their cinema v*alts lo the "art" theatres showlnj, Uritisl and Italian productlona. All 0V01 America the big chains watch gloomily ^>i the weekly "take shrink* The Worries of Flynn Hardly a week passes without some apotlight being thrown on the private predicament of itan. Even Errel Flynn. long a Sluu, 000-a-year man [appBOXlmatel) 133.000 at present rates) has his n n Ii He .,, 1 %  ()WW tm OovornaMot nearly £.">t).ooo in oack taxes, seeks relief In the Los Angeles courts from E10.l00-.iyear alimony to his (o> 1 < Mil ltall.it. an.1 Iht it paid (0 ex-wife Nora Edduiihm for th suppuit of his t g ters. a On gato || Far and away lllaiden Twna' most popular bra ^.'->. Alfo-ette Sontftoe U MHOU Alla-trte gel astarili. Mm l <8M ...Hf hoi Woe nettie to oMUioeraNr •• iveisf Lwii lovtiy icimtiiition. deHnitt teparabon. U IbtJHBJ proweia '" %  *w •'••* n '< *' a • ,,t b ,t1 ni, < a ''fr* crc^MitclMnc(emllunilraanU(k-tKst tiJUi.ni n HH n tic BJdeai.. 2 lack band, lad lw|-l>t-i" ml odott iwi a 1 QkMm 5^M tm >>•< m gsn :::•.•.;;•.:•.•.•.%' t fy *;::: %  .:s A NEW DRUG STORE opened al No. 47, Tudor Si. Fully Stockt-t, Drugs, DruggibU' Sundries Patent Medicines and Toilet Articles YOIR pRi.sf MmONI iarefull> and .. m.u. 1 I ompouiidrd Order-. ,-r^nipU, .xuuuu An eaily visit will unappreciated Thou tound the roanoafy • rooloro YOUTHFUL VIGOUR This young man waa balaff nremaiuri'ly afd by kidney (!* tells in hu lMter bow Kruachrri ttava htm back hie health aft" weeks of pain "l miffere.1 for weeks from kidney trouble and iftt like an old man •Ithninih I am onlv al. If I atoopcl to do anything It wsn aironv ;e i>ir*lghten ut again Several people a.lvisi tried them ii'l found thev ve me rellel from |a\ln. and I felt better in every way 1 E-tull keep on with i)i dally dosa becaasa I CJU uow do my itays work and any the worse for tt." t". and produca trouldnaoi >• %  "innlainin ha.-ltat he. rheim \tim anil oacoaatve tattg a. Kmher. Is nn* of the finest diuretic* or kid nay aperlen a. : daily rtoe k .in-l other internal nrgr is %  moothiy and naturaJ y. BO tint' 'he Mood stream la .ml vigorous health Ask yOOJ neai-e-i Chemist of Dl • tot Kruacbaa A wise mother lets habv .IcciJc about Ihc milb fbi bottle Iccds. Lots ol energy, steady gains, contented days, pratrtul nights — these tell her what she most wants to know baby is dvim: >rl.-netidly on Osiermilk. Why can m.Mher pin her faith d) Urmly ou Otiermilk t Hevaute, where brassi feedmi; i ditluull or imp.'*'ihl-* uu tbcperhvt n sb a thow fci milk. Oitcrudk H hnrst grad milk, dned under the mo hymciiK .undiUta>. Hie pricm. great hod\ • ftuddas, U made easth by OM rolfct drying poaaBM lad important jjditioti". jrc nv %  hlaad aaajai 1 il 1 H.,i loi 'in' Hgasi at \ 1U111111 l> ic help build Btrmfl bones and teed) iKicifiuiE i made by Qtaau 1 ibofovnlei 1 id have hern pa.necrs in the ment ol l he bcM poaublc : Steorfy e a r g tof/s yao OSTERMILK, r if lie IM 1001 IIAUIIIU1 "AN'.iS ... fai/j mMhMtf'win CUTEX Sfurkling, fadelcsi. ina^it-wcarCUTLX, brings yuur lun-l* new adiiiintioa ... easy to epply •.. iliu i faster, too. The polish that wt.irs lunger — resisis peelioj and 4 H |'1 M "K %  %  ,,ni comes in such brilliant shade*. For your free copy llustraied Baby Book Phono 4675 aU/9 *g ummdirfut." the *mn, ••/*!• wmtMiMtittt MI rux U mlun. s k UM Moat .1 a pavfael skia aawlUt, UM aal* Una fwsastatto* -f Uating I. %  v %  : .1.• Iht woald [UWH a*nuatoki|it wh* enaUs lb* laooxa v t*v*>* u*aw baa ivlutioiiiMd wudem Uauiy iniUDUt •ud pruvidad ii.f -iml %  for Mcb ty*s of •kia %  ml g' MB • 1— praget. *<• • *-• * Hiu/al 'h u ->. m*dft—hn—. • OM yaae A\m ...at > %  — Ii MI. il K u l n i a>a 'IM•' 4 M %  -. nMU -i l^?wi* win > ,II,,, 10 %  WM ueMtaa mis rou umm~m (-....>. i,...n.^.i.. - -itr eliAVrrtire Iwiwren Iwasting your l>ert and bung beauOJbi. A. wondeilul as mtt, the .r \ tnf ptrfBoB makes. Coy*'. sBaBbj prviumn -'" %  • ,h "' bTtBBJ Iragranca k-iul (ucJiauuneat U r>rryday orcauoo> . wearing ilwm you feel—ad *re—alluring. "Thai *J BBBf ehowei tbe laiaouf o\ wearing goo -rlueur lb IBMaoyapraa lr(rc in uny h*n.lb-^ I —ly Ifaeaslataiiili use *t gTig.1. AptaV y^ pertuase on yaatr dun—*)*•—. MBI +10* >w Be-aejhbryesiow-* — dpaa" >Mai~awMi< ajaj r %  gM ^§9** maJu yowt own 9at Qhaanx id horns ... and bs pAoud II. C WALRES I DRUGGIST I,J t vihi fan h a DIAL 3:07 V/.V.V//,WAV,V.V. ::;:• c 1 %  ..i. h*w hten wklog: -1, B.-I II (Ml 22 112 ft M 7 91 I U :, 1 1 1:1 UM 1 111 I ISBS—I l ** qe. Ml vi MINCB8S Ml M HUH BBS ii'iil' SM*a* Aimtlimniii nil \Ki M UBBBBS ** wt a**" TI*. tiuew rich gea% p e aaaaaa ha Uwaai U IL Uaa* at 8*48 per tau. a a-taadr BBfcd •corv>nii."il w^y te baay nllk for th* .%  Denry Prui* MUh. and and ereeane flavour of fi the? higlu-al ejeakiUy Cow'a >a* %  law11 M ill vlUnuna %  ^h Tow'. Milk are retained. DUUCI:TU>4%S MIX UU* luiapiio, toukapoonful of Doary Fr>k u> ivery haU ptat ( -, platt) er cup of liquid. For extra Bpodnecs. mix and leave tn refrigerator or lea box nverntaTht To loaau: )"U Ice Craauua aud ic ..-. i_ CraaCOy i"o U-liciooa whiafc a law ^oonfuls of I>airy Pride Milk ...in Into your miataue. **. per 12-lb tin. Dairy Pride U^ "'*, ' ^ourisl1r1' QjcV i' 1 flavour/ it, Aavouj of in t. Cio Milk b alia MATt'CO HlllKlil, This i ( „il 12. halt an iun>tiiai leiuian gtf lull anaain milk i l"r ainall (unikif-&. eiaaAa)Wl und tliuie wno uw nil f !.n 1 111 Bttl iniv raacai . M* I-M"• MAFFC0 *iu, t Aitbit a c<> r r M iu„ a>.*-. A ai>i a f• *• % %  I.mba 4 1. ..in--.. Owns? a t' In.a a <• LU IIUMI a m.tm.v U i. WBLUAafS MAHhl IIM. rwauM Da. ua. -lanrria Sr.U Q* L laavai A T


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SUNDAY. JUNE 4. 19.10 Flying Fish IslandWide Haul Reaches Judging Ring Record Mark On Thursday A HECORD BmanXB t ( fl>;:. !-\ M fish passed through th* dairy cattle and mutton sheep Public Market during the month Julgmg Rtitit Rally nf group' % s Mtoy The total amount is yous mud under the !M.495 lbs and of this the latrii' catch—21.460—wis brought on Science aim Agriculture, will take May 5. The fish section of the phicc on the grounds ol the B->,. rublic Market wag opt-:.. %  ~ y n ,.,| on Thursday. Lul the present flying Rah sea n June 1* LM has proved the boat during that la wit—I tf..m> aach of thre1^* • %  members an cxpnto k) On live occasion* the "tchesj>T tc The t lMt flying fish surpassed the 10.000 praoIlsing aMll)uou :> -nd ID^ murK. The ICCaj amount of fish for May la 183.05? lbs It was made up of 5C lbof brim, IM.495 lb* % %  kto Iba of dolphin, 5A2 lbs. of Kin* Bah. 1.608 Iba. of h, 16.086 lbs of shark. M92 lbs. of albacore, 490 lbs. of jacks. c "i5* 1,171 DM of bond... M well as The Judges In the dalrj ...til. 28 lbs of Kine fish and 25 lbs. of cla < w ' b* Dr. M. II Proverbs. pot fish. Government Vetcin,..!. H AROLD I'llll.UrS of Parris ""d Mr J C. Hotchkiss. Assistant Village. Si John raceivi MWiaai on Agricultural Educa10 Ins Beat and back after "On, %  dt.chcl to the D8Wlopnallll lallins from a tree shortly after and Welfare Organisation, while '. O'clock yesterday morning In the mutton sheep class, tbo It Is understood thai he wa:, Judges will be Mr. P. B ttalto i-uout eight feet up when he Manner of Castle Omni Plant.islipped and fell He was later tion and Mi A. G. Scale. S., ntreated for the injuries. tar> of the Barbados Stock RrccdA IRY HILL. ST lllllm, was ers' Association, the scene of an accident at All members of the public arc about 5 o'clock yesterday morning invited to Join the Rally whtc i Iwtween one bicycle ridden by should prove very Interesting an.i C as pert Innisa and another ridden ,f some educational value. si NDAT ADViH \n p.vr.r rfWi ring the keenest interest U ry and the contests arc •, be of a vt> high standard, Hoo'ble t; n Bvtlyn, Mir will prealde ovoi the rail) tod pruscm the pri/cs awl S.W. District Conference This \\ eek ajmm up ttie ad1* propose.! to hold a %  a, a) •rhfteb %  i iii i* discussed and conclusions raw farano an to ALL DISTRICT and CROUP SCOL'T' I kal effort > i <• l m by Robert InnisB—brotheri The cyclists were going in the direct ion of Retreat. St. Joseph whan thev collided. Both cyclist* were slightly injured R ITHAN 1IOLDFR of St James and Louis Yearwood of Rock Dundo. St. Peter, wereboth injured in an accident on I srade Road. St. Michael at about 9 30 a.m. yesterday. Holder was riding a bicwli while Yearwood along the road %  ix Philip was Injured head on Friday night win "Hecuba" Brings Look For Food And Clothes The Manhole dudf the Philip was lay fell from a pipe stand about 1120. He later received medical at tent Ion and was sent homo. L ADY COLLYMORE will open James Street Methodic ( lunch Fair on Saturday. June 10 The fair is to be held at < %  '" Hastings Rocks from 3 pen _lo C p.m. There is to be a Fancy. DrerSUPPLIES of condensed milk. cheese, red herrings, biscuits. REPAIRS to the left champagne, beer. vermouth. Constitution Rn.,. 1 ., liquor, wine, and ground nuts arcarried out by the rtlghw rived in the island yesterday from Transport Board. Thenli Kill %  llung Amsterdam and Rotterdam by the lflr *<' rMllhola in one section of ,.,, i''* V$F H. ^^Kba^Tbrought 5 Bank had to be repaired as it ,., I'.eludein nlch (; y| n Ptaci i. i WIM %  i %  •in ...i Old W Oard. %  i .. rn PUa notify lha HOP Socromry, Hi Prank Blackburn, i net not tatai than] .'. % %  I thai Cub %  ANNUAL i IMP lb B*doa (bathal) Troop held IU annual can i ... i kin i i"-i t tho PJJC.O Di A < Klrton, Iron ttlb lo 88th Mni !. ai raiifcciucnt With tbr I ; S \l at 9Mh h'dos [QU1 Mamorlal] Irou] %  patrol 11 M\ icoul %  from that Group attended thi camp. The weather was Am Mad MM Httlni ideal The Palr-.l 8j I waa used throughout 03 who wo'ilo like %  > 'iv it al their next camp Lit'. ma% be timid, logo rlghl on I ,„ Hll planning for it. i %  | . three or four showers of ram %  | i not nt any way tnaturb ihaii LU i-'uin at th Drill routlna Qadfttg arara Insjanlouil] iada and plentiful LAST NIGHT, tin II..n. .i game ..Mm-! Hie Chine*. > a< s to ri w M (front i Giccnidge, %  Dinky' Back row (lafl to right): "Woodle" Richardson. Al| II Coach. Louis Podsmi. Clifford Glttens. 11 toui nt Trinidad it)i i IIIIIKI M Queens Park i ml. IN Mrs. SaWgB Open* Guide Fair WE ALL CANT BLOW SMOKE KINGS BUT WE CAN ^s \\\\ l\ 44 DOBIES * FOUR SQUARE BRAND AND ENJOY "A GOOD SMOKE; imperial Crown' 1 Howard Eloar ,l tc and lulled oats It left port last corner of" Bef Air, St Philip Tat night for Trinidad Wag dnmaged by the inller. is used in levelling the road. Th. FISHING IS DANGEROUS phono's. iiaS P putun* down w i .itiles AT OISTINS FISHERMEN at Oistins are having a rough time these days. High winds and rough seas make the, going very uneasy and peril* Italian StwciT Team For Rio EntfOct I %  %  i %  Kxcei \. la" Vi 'i. 1 "Brown Bird Singing" NAPLES. June t Hapda Wood. Twenty two Italian footballFinale Handal'l Water Music" ers left here tonight for the rfasnUtoa^Horl id soccer cup competition in Hymni Jaaui 1 tuva pi II ,ik. Hark ii GO!) SAVE THE K/1VG. IIS vc rompetltlon for children between and it is not m* unusual sight to me ages of 2 and 7 and 7 and 14. see a boat coming in to the sho Ronerally are damaged beyond The footballers will play a Quaan*a Park on Banpira Daj repair. practice match at IJS Palmas in The holdeiof 1 PRIZE WINNERS Kill. SI. JoKph. at boul 2 00 p ..n Friday. She handed II into tlw ,„„ c '"iuiTonl"';^"'^^ A-; n nv; n . r...„;^ %  .•* %  SB m JU < thai Uia lag was owned by Edith Con net Anionn othai actlvltsvi ni' boj The function "as wall attended did semaphore signalling acunut' in spit.nt intermittent abowari UOH and played games. Including \ taring on bar %  football mutch at ti" Parrj i thai r.i.i Bcnool iroundi against a parish %  \%  %  %  % %  un "hull thev won / iii iii m oil 1 Oi Sundaj I'veninc (our boy lunlt) .a thai Fall i" %  lad and foot others Iht %  warded thtli Sacond i Iw %  ..... I I needod | %  %  ted, I. wi %  .n for thorn' %  "• '" **"•> J* 0 ^ ,D !" otharo inofcj II % %  %  % %  "rtaod : ., Haadouarts n, '" lk ">'""' i own, but then was still I i rurthai inii'n i i Dtly re'i .nutation. i ntena I %  "int %  B that V ble, b the 0 Movi ment REAL BARGAINS! '-pilE BIG SILK CtHTON TREE X fit Jackson, which Is old %  King WinsSLLucia %\£" Scholarship than the oldest resident of that db triit. Is now being trimmed. Th tree once provided shelter for many pedestrians durbl 11 also encouraged idlers Darbadoa Advocate (*itrrro|in
  • %  ST. LUCIA. June 3 Ainsworth King, the younge*t n of C. H. R King. Colonial but Postmaster, was awarded the 19M) Lucia scholarship and has N£W HOMES IN CASTRIES SOON READY if tin Adveeele nd receive lha i pi I %  The Fete, winrii reatured I %  tie*raporta, and the Union extend Ihanl who helped. M .on i il help Ihej * /// May F-olnburgh University. The whole district was In darki" | during that r.lght. Mr. Hendrlcks of the "George Washington House," Bay Street. ownar Of the tree, said that he had Informed both the Police and the Electric Company of his Intention to trim the tree. A NIGHT AT SEA" will be to *V presented at the Church on Monday at 7.30 pm EMIGRATION TO SURINAM LIKELY Scho The .,: % %  ... AdKo.lt* O |-l-''.-'IKl.' ST. LUCIA. June 3 Efforts lo attempt emigration Surinam are again taking Bethel shape with the news that i Director of Social This demonstration will be' by Service* is coming to St. LUCIP the teachers and scholars of the n •*"* >'• * hoW ^ cllm ,m, ,I v Bsnnanr Methodist Sunday ni^anjn^wHh^ %  ,..wi„w hu RecalUna that previous efforts programme, which has f )|led( ^ actlng Administratot been arranged by Mrs J. R ;ll ,:ounced that Surinam needs Broomes. will consist of hymns cyigniju, tn d wants West Ind and readings relating to the sea. -_^^^^__ whilst the rostrum and pulpit will be fashioned in form of n ship's deck. There will be a Silver Collection in aid of the Bathal Sunday School Missionary effort. A FISHING BOAT WITH era! ovei ... the oflm of lha Diroci %  iln fell The daj %  Include B f"i tubarculoala, I for but a cool I enteric favor and i fM tls. erobb hull painted while Dunlow Lai The fende: and bumper of the car were Mrs. earhr .1 ii i-ii I In vim inuiH's in thi tn tit*I I hi i "in 1 !f*>*i 'it fiij'ft) THY EMPIRE TEA A Spi-ch.l Blind i.f I'nriC'.-ilon Tea> Rrtr.U : i and ln\ icnmllni: lo the last :! i |..T I 4 lb. pk. K.XIGHTS IHII i, STOHI:S 87,000 Voted For General Elections artatfei 'Tirtitii ST LUCIA. June 3 The first sel of buihtmL the working class erectc.'* by the Colonial iK'velopment Corportitlon in the burnt-out area of CasBLKVSN Iries is almost ready for occupation m were and the Administr.itoi announced of stay, the "AJ the rates and rent ills ranging from catc" learnt fnun a release f: 88 monthly to (18. plus 2.'! per cent %  'I-'.' Shopping units will be rented at 840 monthly Provision has] been made under an ordlnaoca compelling individuals nut itrtet1> belonging to the working class to pnv an additional fifty per t for ;he rent of thesi Conviction Upheld 'B-ttaOoi AdvocaU (on. KINGSTON June 3. Mr. O A Malcolm, former of the Jamaica House ot Representatives lost his appeal against a conviction lor illegal the Court of A| ; %  vesterday and a bye ed-' !• oftkrad (ot lha w. % % %  endon Constituency Tin* Appeal was argued by H. O. B Wooding. Trinidad K C but the Court, without calling upon N. W. Mauley. K < replied % %  ii upheld on. %  %  ppaarod foi Clark TC BW Carmpondrni' ST LUCIA. June 3. Seven thousand dollars wer bottom red, was found drifting voted to-day by the Legislature of the Court whan the Attorney out to sea by James Callendar. to facilitate preliminary arrangeGeneral'refused lo appear In th skipper of the fishing boa: ments In connection with the next issue. Two bye efeciioni :ir 'Agatha" at about 5 o'clock yesGeneral Elections on the basis of therefore pending In Jamaica as terdny morning. He turned it adult suffrage. result of issues araUnf out of in OVar lo Ihe Harbour Police. Uon. Allan Louisy. acting December General Elect A N ACCIDENT OCCURRED Crown Attorney, who is Electoral at tho Junction of Fairomcer < opened office on Thursday child and Nelson Streets at about %  b S2 ""' S522S a? asWaasT: aSS 88 ^ ^i'>'• Tomorron non Thorpe of Brittons 11.11 and ''" %  '" '"•"" ....... „„ THE motor vessel "Canadian lo-l S/U was ;.'' u !* r '.' ,X M^ '" ,;,M ,: o driven by Milton Allcvne of removed "from motor car M—I IB!* by Charles Moore of tinrpitt LOSS OF A GENERATOR r X and fan belt I rfrftn same address, and motor M-1435 owned by Lawrence reported by Joe Ward of James f ron V Canada via n. Black: R„ck. and SsTaat Ha stated that they were NorthPrn „ land a „ ^, i Allcvne of removed from motor car M—IIB |,ig out the same niuht fot



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    PAGE EIGHT SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAI row i mt BARBADOS fial AlMX'VTE im=-i ---— t----i tor tfc^ Adrooaia i Sunda\. June 4. I9.">i I onl nK THF i-il after the war whs Muni Into existence hi I Men is exercising the pui I One school of tJi" thai the) tune baa come for tha abolition another advocates tha ratention "i such controls as will bril sen distribution of commodlt re in short supply. The point al laaue S/M given amphaaai last week wlii-ti Mi A President of the Chamber of Commerce invited the members <>i that body t<> do what they can to beva 'nils removed. He pointed out thai H doinu harm to builneaa and prtventii competition fmm taking car.of the price levels. Since Mr. ToppuYa eriti the retention uf controls, the Conunll chants' Association have taken the matter up with a view to finding out whethej controls should be abolished %  >! retaina I From the broader angle, the quaatton of controls is bound up with the tTJ policy of the United Kingdom conaaquant on devaluation of the pound. It is imperative that such noods as can be bought within the sterling area should not be ordered from the dollar area >f Graarf Britain, which controls the iterling pool of dollars, is to conaerve her already dwindlii One reason supplied for ordering dollar goods through United Kingdom exporters is that (ire.it Britain lias bilateial .1 ments with dollar countries. From t sources she is bound t<> take certain goods which she does not actually need in order to maintain a balance al trade with U countries if Colonial unlti were allowed to order go*>d* from the dollar area without reference to the United Kingdom Government it might leave Great Britain with stocks on hand which she had ordered but which she did not need. When the orders are passed through this channel then those goods which have been ordered l>ecause of the attempt to balance trade, can lie sold to the colonies. The suggestion that the adoption of this method brings a percentage to the English exporter therefore falls to the ground. The controversy of controls aaemi now to centre around the production of balanced animal feed in this island. During the war when animal feed wai In short supply cassava meal manufactured at the Government Factory at Lancaster was used as one of the ingredients and from this it is argued that the methods of producing this feed by local mixing justified itself. Today there are imports of oilmeal. pollard and Other feeda winch the cattle owner could mix according to his own recipe, but these items are controlled and mixed according to a formula prepared by Sir John Saint, h is now claimed, and this is the ground of SlWlthaa investigation by some of the mercantile body, that this mixing is causing an increase in the price of the feed and u consequent increase In the price of licsh milk. There are man;, pouita "1 argument in this question of the abolition of controls. The average individual is without such facts as would enable him to come to a correct conclusion; but it is he who suffers by way of increased prices. The mercantile body owe it to themselves and to the community to investigate the matter. Not only the merit but the efficiency of controls shouhl be subjected to close scrutiny. The wax which ended five years ago saw many civic rights abandoned in order to preserve the greater rights to freedom. It was against the Iron hand of state control that the democratic peoples would be ON maintain conl aarily in this island when other people uring to free themselves, the channels of trade and the fl municati rid over. More School* WITH thi ever, increasing dcm.u. I foj on ami the scarcity of qualified thi Government is faced with a problem which docs not admit <>! solution. The question however -uses BS t A helhei :he demand f..i %  1 itkM) 1.' not accentuated by the absence iti re. There ran he mi secret U >' in forced to remain to second' 1 koota do so In the hope of ".<". %  paper which will help them 1 job. 1 as it has been an' the Headmaster of Harrison College. If there had been vocational and technical schooll in this island, those PU] would m>t be able to pursue the classical louisi. in the university n even to make he best use of that education, might well have been sent to technical or vocational i-hools. Here they would have been able CO get the training which would have fitted them for the job and on leaving school would have been able to earn something 1 help them at an early time. More important than this is the fact thee would not have cluttered up schools S numbers have already outgrown the accommodation and would have left room for such pupils who are now beuifl kept out of school through lack of accommodation and who might have been better able to make full use of the course of studies. This clamouring for secondary education an acceptance of a condition which :t la not within the power of parents to alter. The teaching of languages to a child who shows no aptitude for such | tuition and who will never be able to make any use of his smattering of Latin or Greek in using a lathe, or in handling a ehisel is a waste of time and is neither to the advantage of the child nor the society to which he is expected to make a contribution later It might well he worth considering the feasibility ol having vocational and lechnleal Schools In this island. The Bursary System which only touches the fringe of the problem but which is doing tine work in the supply of artisans shows that there are those who are ready and willing to apprentice themselves to trades in which they ho|e to become proficient instead of wasting years at a secondary school and leaving with an equal unfitness for technical or while collar jobs. Heller Yachting THE sporting public and especially yachtsmen will be pleased to learn of the attempt to put Barbados on the map of Yacht Racing by bringing a new type of craft to the sport here. A few enthusiasts who will hold an LnformeJ meeting at Aberdare within the next few days are anxious to introduce the <'ne Design sailboat racing which will be complementary to the regattas now held under the auspices of the Hoyal Barbados Yacht Club. Yacht racing has its own attractions and charm. The love of the sea and the full trash breezes, the swift and silent gliding of craft under milk white sheets of canvas and the dexterous skill of helmsmen sens ing the changes of the wind and the crossings of currents bring a sense of movement experienced in no other form of sport. Barbados has always given the fullest support to all forms of sport and there W i]l be no exception in this case. The improvement will be welcomed by yachtsmen and even by those who perforce must enjoy it from the sea shore. MIRRORS rnrnt it r ->-—*i fc A > > snmosei >: In. x I* nt •I III X I." '.in .v %  an Mi ni lb .11 • : ill %  IS in. : In -. M in -' *. U In x 16 in. 1 CIIROVJU-M i*i.\n n MIUMH: MOW MINI 1:1 l EX HIM.I *• CLIPS A < OKNI M MIKKOK PLA1BI its 1 In. I'. i.*.. 1 1 %  he i.l \- SHELVES 1 %  1 : Silting On I lie Fence II* VIJI.IIII* J IsiibliiuH A woman complaining *." one of the newspaper doctors, who are now two up clergymen W ft111 g signed columns In the Press, -ays her husband grinds his teeth at night She has been told that "in the world of dreamt he may be symbolically 1 somebody he dislikes ." F ROM nine am. to six p-m. 1 hear the IIOSM-S culling Do th,it. do this, do this do that. I m weary Ot their bawling. ring thali Mis, a) gorge U swells. I'm scheming how to cbeat '• ML. But things come right in bed fej 1 night. At ten p m I eat 'em. Munch, munch, munch and crunch, crunch, crunch At ten p.m. I tat 'em Pram to six p.m. I don't give satisfaction, I'm late with this I'm late for that, The bossi vant nors acuon. They do midirt, my feelings hurt, By day I can't defeat 'em. But in my dreams I hear ttaell %  eri so Al |n p.m. I eat 'em. Munch, munch, munch and crunch, crunch, crunch • %  % %  pji l m 'em. Some fo|k„ the? .Minder why I'm Urad And go to bed so early. If I'm keel up much after ten I'm hungry and I'm surly. For those I hale are on my plate, Thai's where I like to meet ulitlee which will be more difflt to breal town In thi M Mn you went to MhRr%  argument by 1 mum Face IKc Hera are torso people and three bags of wool owned by Baa Baa Black Sheep The Master gets one Tl Dame BtU ODS The %  .' ing to happen to that little boy. when he grows up' %  %  iter, Ah nil II U ttl a and detnplex If, di*ar 1 1 !i> me is a clear %  •.; illation uf the unlerprlvllaiad whi.-i i.ii revoluoan. Baa Baa arm the capitalist. ; 1 1 .... NI hli business. bey was the underpaid All right, dear, Bed i %  ri-Kl to the third ; %  %  \as handbonus -hares to The n %  ' • 1.* nf his own labour. n who have been swindled out of then post-war credits? Or naked women protesting against tax? Or. worse Ull, 10.000 stark naked publicans, distinguished by the gold watchchains tied round iheir naked tummie. protesting they are being ruined by taxes on beer and tobacco? Aunt Nalulie "Nobody is entirely of one sex. However masculine a man may feel himself to be consciously, there Is always a layer of his mind COD) Ialtitudes Krncst Jaaea. pre>iVai of thf International P %  r h .. \r 1.11. ii Association. They've played ma tricks from nine (ill ix At ten pin I eat "am, Munch, munch, munch and c rune %  much, crunch, Al tan p m 11 Han Baa Week sheep Four-y..T-"M ..ho hear I B.B.C. programme With M..th.-i %  of living in a We If IP Btata that they are now q mg the athks of Durwa rhymes. According to I 1 respondenl of the Radio Times, one of the children asked, "if Baa Baa Black Sheep nns three baas full, wru none for the little boy wtao lives down the lane anil wtaal happened tre than half a century, %  an !" e-.-jipe pcrs..-cuUon by the lad Ida secret police. Tbatr descendants now persecuta the Canadians by parading naked through the streets at the %  Ughtast provocaUon. If they don't like paying rates %  Who does' 1 1 Iktukhobors of both sexes and all ages appear stark naked before the % % % % %  tows clan %  ; pa t i Uarrla England is lucky lhat onlv English modestv anl a woman." "Aren't you?" At least, tnosi o) me isn t. Sot when U comes to the deei-in,. I'd rather give him nolhino." Well, give him nothing." f'erfiaps you'd like to do it iroaraelf?" "Certainly I will "No, pou won'*. Not white you're wearmu my Toutrn." "Do it yourself, then And two. pence is quite enough." "What are a lew coppers herf | and there?" "A few coppers here and there, saved up over a year, would buy DM S new handbag." Whalcurr are you sayiny, Anrir Natalie? Thank you. madam," says the taxi driver, giving your Uncle the ipieerest look U he pockets 3s 8,1 %  Miithty L'nlike A Ro*e "Buth Kbama'g baby girl \ Jacqueline Is the image of her lather" Keen observer al %  arawe. She lookl like nothing 00 earth"— A keen observer (her falhrrl WofMae like her daddy, .V'rn"i; like her inum, Just another baby With a little pou-dered turn. Crying for her b lhat the pracUc of mixing it loenlly ho discontinued, and that the distribution of Animal Feed supplies be distributed direct to the Merchants as was the pracUee pre-war. I may say thai the Commisi"!i meicl..inti,a. t;..i,e ao far a.to ash II I ontroUar ol Supplies If lie will furnish with one of his tenders for this commodity ;m f ih. local mixture, and they would have their Principal^ tender for the mixture and aave the colossal expense which incurred locally In mixing thi l i • %  iu> has never been considered. During the war when all commodities were In short supply, plus the fact that after the c^s.ivii Factory had proved a failure for its original purpotes, BOB of using the cassava meal had to be found and thus was born the Idea of this Government Mix..! Animal Feed, %'hich no doubt during the war served a very useful purpose, although the animals ii.iv baWS suffered. Tii-day. bowevaf, it e annul be said to Sm this purpose but is Just a burden to the poor stock oernare BIMl the public, due to the heavy which are involved in the mixing of the feed locally, und is undoubtedly one of the main factors for the present very price of milk high One of the arguments used is thai if oilmeal, pouard. etc. were delivered to the merchant direct, that only the rich cattle owner* would get his supplier This jtate m SDl is absolutely absurd as I have had instances of the %  MM tloverninent Feed being In ; (ily, and the merchant bad dOQS bll own rationing with the leMill lhat everyone got a share. I should not be surprised if when you take the cost of warehousing, cartage, unbagging, rebagglnaj, cost of mixing, comto the merelmnt house for e. und all the othSt %  • i the additional cost to thll feed must IKiti the vicinity nf 23 to 30 per cent Increase. Of DOUISS this is a very guarded so ret and the public will never know. Ing i feel that in view of the high coat of living and Government anxious to see this reduced, it is in the interest of e of Barbados, and more particularly the ^ovk keepers. that Ooranunacd maka a thorough investigation of this matter with the Object of removing an unnecessary burden from the people and an old War Measure that has outworn Iti useful purpose. A. R TOPPtN BoltOB I..itie Bridgetown. June 2. 1050. Gralitutlo The Editor, The Advocate— SIR.—I have the honour of espreiaaDg my warm appreciation and thanks for the lecture and friendly talk which Mr. Seymour. Journalist and poet of British Guiana delivered In S must interesting manner to us St the St. John's Cultural Association on Thursday lost. Me lectured on words, the art of rending and meaning. Re mforincd us that meaning has been divided into tour main branches; sense, feeling, tone and intention. Sense, he said. Is the way which the writer places all his facts in order that the reader can ascertain the full beaeflt of what he Is reading By means of examples he demonstrated to us how feting and intention with a little difference between the two words show the exact notion of the mind Tone, to which great importance was stressed, he Si thJafl which ail ipoaaan and lecturers should l>c very careful about be ca use they have to speak. to different elsSBOl "t people at the same time A numtier of questions Were then eked by Bassahers, one f which was asking bin a Journalistic and Bhuslvs statement made by an adttor tensrrti | to a few gentlemen asa "n i I I gang going about hijacking ai .1 bamboozling". was satisfa.tor.i' Intafjpreted After teiuaf s stoflj of one I f his escapades when at College, he outlined to us that although British Guiana is not a West Indian island, she pledges herself t share in the joys and BOrrOWS of all West Indian Comniuntth* with %  West Indian spirit. Rev lUpner, an Englishman who attended the lecture WSS often calU*d upon to confirm notions as to iv borne auaguafe, This he did unhesitatingly on all ot eaatooi 1 am indeed very crateful to Mr. D0U| duous rtruggle In kepmg the At%  lectures. He i, always willing to give assistance. CRRISTOPRBB CODHINCTON Massiah Street, St John. Thanks BotfUai Tha Mttor, The Advocate— SIR, Much has reeentlj be n both writtan and spoken about the (lenei al II ..nd most u( the subjeci matter spread .ild leave the nwxperlenced wtth tha baareeeion thai II was as nearly as possible related to the 'Black Hole of Calcutta" end that, OB the portals ad the famous Bee of D l.-ixUll ogni sprrana v*l ch' rnlrjlr pleasure to me to state Il thoroughly misleadin/ Having been forced recently to undergo a very serious %  I cannot iambi fronB saying that the treatment, which has been granted deserves the hlghsil praJne, not merely on account of efficiency but what is important — of and willing service. is much too small, but. what it lacks In numbers, it %  in thoroughly .t:-factorv reek's quallflcaworthy of %  in calmness and speedy workBatters and nurses do all m then* power to make the patient comfortable and happy by virtue of thelr vcrv attractive personalities During the period of recuperation, one can rest assured of being, not confined to a place 01 detention, but accommodated thoroughly well in a "Horn, from Home" In which there is neither nagging, nor jagging nor ragging nor bills! All good Wishes to this establishment H. F BOYCE Coral Sands, Worthing. Horv Clubn i :.'ou'll need the hesl has,, for < nrkluil. In fact you'll need GODOARO'S %  %  RUM



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    •si SOAY Jl NT i. l-t.,.1 SINDAY ADVOCATE PAOF. EI.EVI S THE ATHLETIC SPORTS By TREVOR GALE 1 1. i Seoi %  HE artnch juagTh '" all P~ Atblet %  Vtf< WIT *t dartdc a to KTina i %  HIIL >'<)( have Ki %  >. the !>< %  >%  %  I r colonies of this I | rivals on Barbara* trackI w! I .,11 our • mentioning a fca ol names. That would be ^Cngthy Bui II ll evident that ^fcc past yeai i ^^cdrtK ;i Needy Lmproveanetii l athletlalily and of Inter* thc II.IU.M The lir^i Test Mat.h IMIKMI Fnslant. and the Wfffl Indin • OU Fraflord. on lm.^,1... next. June . lit Ihi*. i -i iiiiitin %  ; .irliclr ibgBBj MUM tir-lcr historic |i;i\il;in: re 1CM r ihcil soill. of . •Old Traff ord's Cricket Treasures" it> Erie I. % %  *! %  — %  Old Trafloni, %  I due to %  •' %  ,. lull Of %  %  %  %  thai lb. ii.l nave h ni^ed as a BTtm I %  .. %  %  uM uiusual Ul IM i Grmi icimndciti ol the recent h tell BMI on.ol |fan h not (houKh doubtless the moved. • in enlr. if I remember right. | ll i toBM In UM I.nim-I, I %  . hat h hung i %  4 (0 I*' %  Horn the .1JKdward WjUm prOBOMd %  uei a railwa hroi %  i i A, sec Di v Q i.i the plajn n i '• %  I I* OBI %  % %  rmmponti Ua the old fading the U.CC out to meet byfoH ; no Doi UM Mm on upon id. • and in bors* pulls the bn :ilo. and IS suiDU of enckilarly armed. Stumps %  -in. k into ttuground Upward, but. even so. %  L ,i railway angina, with its i to pull past oi i %  pavilion, from which the A i c lai H proudly dying g, portion of the praise for p -lored to a sound In Ihll island goes largely body of eiiilui-i. I themselves together %  omi j an undai the name of the fctcur AthlatlC Association of That thoaa BMUaman. old, had the good of rl i.as been clearTM OUl in I taw years by whkfa hM attended • ihev rnuat beware of flails which brought n their iiiedece: of Trinidad who won the Ift-mil Thursday. IfClf %  %  U I %  .. ., re f.r the B 1MB Austraotltd aural) %  %  1 rare i nance, I found time to • in muaaiun housed In that itful pavilion. rbarc ba I M onla or* i> England did Traffoi.t unlntarru tnoratc 11 i i i, i.i ind %  ball 1 %  raadi "To \ | n i r England v Australia, ai ">M Tufjug has a prominent pbM imong pai ... K" 1 Among other Intereat ng exhibii i IU 1 liven by ^~ Elastoplast FIRST All) DRISS1NG i ro Grace*" is lei. serious In content. It shows SOIIH ,, canuijj .-lad Indian younpiani >la.Miig eueket in a tropical eting. Underneatli iliere i n:.lining capUonj "Hun's llut %  tad the Wl.l.et-keepi i r*Otd IIHiwu DaSMH % %  ' %  bauman. ANOTHf R REHAI1K A 11 I I THING ABOUT WHITE ANTS They're rarely white and noi true inti-but that's no contoUtion' when they've eaten your home! a I So to-nlofWNe . to (ooven^ct HNW famoui ewiq> anabla you to wo*h mud pwy I with (omploto Ummtom of mvn%ent 'of I slRy t sshe say lUttoptott' ftASIIC COMFOtTABlE A VAflltY Of Slgtt lor relief/mm .-^n, ii the walls of this famou> lion there are rMnwd menus re Uiiii asliiie lolk know well to eiijuy what they rail their i 11. re ia -ample The South African Chltf occasion was the annual dii to Johns) BriffB, %  %  111 ",,( the Lancashire C.C. Club, held id KnKlanu AJKROUndW pi he ,,, ,,„. Midland Hotel. Manchester. A Spectator i doing so I must at once pi." *lf outside of the pale of the oeiation. of Which I am | memi.l speak purely from the pr oayan ame touchej DO i >pot. It rill I %  rum batore %  tors will I iween Famun nd Qordon and neither can afford %  'ii. i gain the mrprlar %  artmR point. The %  _,•.. \ n. k in the last %  punctually 'spectator's point of view. Nun? ber one bugbear at local sports )hc pro([rammc NO ONE WIl.I meetings is control of the crowdR K WAITED FOR" The last senWe have come a long way from v .inch tine. Bu* •Ihat famous (or should it be in„ u W 1V ,. |S ..(j,,,,.^ (mv would lamous') day in 1K43 when the ( 1(( ,„ ,.,,„. Ih;t , ( was pr i„ied biggest crowd that 1 have ever lr| capitals In the programme Ithen the ever Kensington (no cricket >(l] -| |oil „.;.iiv ( vVli-its did I see myself but cxceptedi assembled SJUllt(T off lo shelter from the turned In feen (oun. to watch a sports meeting at which ^at least athletes from U.G Trinidad, and the U.S. Armed Forces were present. There were at least 7.000 odd there that day and if they had all paid to elder the grounds, stands and enclosures the Club which sponsored the meeting would have made pnCorce lh their fortune Hut the fact is only programn sun under the score board and ing last minute sprints I have ever then saunter Kirk at their leisure -,>.'ii Bill than SO did I to the start. Start the race withand he had the advantage of ll ut them. They'll i i catch i Turning lo the actual running of the .vents here again there to be I lack of courage to rule-. NO. 4 <>n the %  i clearly: "A ibovit one tenth of this number DOnpMtoi overtaking another oald their entrance fee This must pass on the outside." Of n bad enough but worst still COUTM thl• rule muM now be obws* tne manner !n which every solete mother countries, but since and irabodj wa " '"'"'/'h.v not use about the held |1 Will TtW latter U 1 IJWia winner of one race get is the aspect which the present away with breaking It and Association must look Into now. England afaln I Australia as many :ii tm a I bi u oth la i In a gold clip and la about irtei in length, lord's Prayer Then th-re is the Lord* !':.>. %  written on a silver threc-pciui) bit, (than the smallest of EnglLM Ii a rap) % %  i : b] -. i more practical coin In i The writer wa -> HI .1 Plantar, and I PrayerOD the com for Jack Iddon's ::i;.(. Mi PantM an old whan he carried OUl U work, which (a lid with lh* aid i f fving glass and executed |o :UM muei tne DUH Ol Make : i Distal Tyldesle>. tof Two pie. Ignl pUylng against them ID 123. ihese (I i Jack Ikin Pjrhaps?), lrt t utv _,,, Ull Uu r0unl - ,. opinion Hoa tm cut from '"*„,.,,„„, WKKtfl However, ten good is he" 1 confess. 1 do no' Booded pilch il Bl l.ita luirn^ know. I .[iiite lulieve from the disastrous Test of IMA-., and -. what I n i %  the other a aunpla of the famoui lap Aa thngi turnad out i galnad the nirprlae once and that wus in the Ut on Thursday which ho won. He rode brllin the 9 mile on Monday and I am told that this was as near a dead-heat as makes no odds I was in no position to Judge Gordon certainly of the most amaz00 November 8, 1B26. when lh< Club met to celebrate the proud (hay Had won the Counts Championship under the Ifdorthip .>f skipper Green, who %  UMfcaraad by various sflrll known players whose names ^re preserved lor |nwterily on the %  ai card. nirl .IiHorut MSrptcIlruaellM a I'A-mUiitaMUl TW*.l#y -HDuckwotlh w„Uon llidulifc have good # %  nk. I am therefore not surprised that he did win. Of Gonialv was Bald I think it i rule myself but 1 still do not unit is quite true that they havo dentand whj it wai not u**t\ done a lot lo remedy the matter. N (lll hi(I j lllv ,. V nieed my The first sports meeting al Kenopinions on what thought should sfngton held by the present Asset^ r ,. mi .,) 1( ,d I shall turn to my eiation saw better control of the v ,,. vvs on n,e porformancea of the crowd than the recent one. In my Bthlotaa th< I lall deal oplnlori But that is )\>OUIUJ blj hl ;il( Pvrhapa lh* D son on whom he had nnthinc in the .... (whatever you will I the ever vigilant H. Stuart NOT SURPRISING not Burprialng that Farthe opening event 1"^cauae he is evidently much better while n*. least until the vci > la mile He won this race i.ui Farnum wot bll llngla event Hd B0 alter Farnum and Qordon bad BucceaafuUy burnt %  the i % %  lap and a half. I am therefore d that Gon/alvea Is a %  M | bar, tie must lie. or he could not have l*\*en either rarnum at O rdon, But l must re of him l>efore I decide how good he Is. I i thai game wall. He aw hin up hen i %  %  %  i ll nun %  ough rid i II ntual stopped Wa mi upstarts brandishing b I c y c I pumps at the l>armcn and shoutinn Kiintna a glass a water" when one is endeavouring to buy a drink. The\ must bfl MUQ W •'•i^.\v thernaelvoa or leave, or better still someone must be at the door to see that they do 1 I We must not have Cyclist^' AtI lendants refusini: to move from the Itartlng Una after they iMIfMba] • other local cyclist whi pushed oil their men until or*T Undsiiv Gordon, and Comptc for a policeman to move Cwnaadtn ara noa %  the traui t. I do not cure if they ara and UM very ialebrated cycusta themselves or badl>. But why did the thn S ue barefoot boys. Have someone named alhm Farnum and SUM! lose s-.ie dutv It is lo move MK their positioning ^ v P m. The bigger the belt, i If laps of each 1(UltI ,. .,„,,. ., necessary have a policeman handy rare with such rcKUlanty lor the rnoose i ball sir' 10 cue will not huve to send for entire das on Monday? Aftervmin g n H t1 him Furthermore enforce your ara] I learned that Gonxalvc* men u„n foi hirather ur %  > own rule (No 8 on your last prowas not really hi when he arrived forrnan ce of riding B mUea at aueh trammc): "Any Cyclist whose Athere tan did he really run into ^mdv and smart pace that In O^ j 1_ 111. Ikir f.... ..I r T*W, .a. .1M. r T w \^ t*. inn. .\ Old TrafTord, .,. rga Heauley. 'the black luadBulll soil odtomakg IM ""' '" n ntX l ,^" 0 ^ |1( Sydl ,. %  lai.u-Hl.il, soii.ehmg to think about In return, whan Ihej When I Ban the lattet I was repul on 200. also for the second minded of a stor> I .. k 11 i'v •. Itw ket. against England m the in hia "Cricket Memom Manchaatei Tasl Mat.h The "One day." writes Jack, "wr pan* year A D Baxtei duturbod %  %  U BuUi, |hr batting equilibrium ul the U Mulli Bofl cor (Than he took 5 of their 6 n famous for making fine W i,k', CM tan runs in only six The mayor received us, overs, for Lancashire! "' %  -l-'ecli Inmimerable sconcards grace %  %  ''' _. walls 01 this irtcketers' paradise I UpDOBB you run a team here' Q^. Q{ lnc mott mlerei ui n g u the he was ashed renlica of a score sheet which %  af the Hutll soli match at Clifton College, played on June 22. 1899 Out of a total f 836 1 noticed that ttie next ota fa Prince and hl g h a at Dora waa oftji 4J—made Tull stood out. each unrivalled in bj a boy name Whitty. lop A at least anaruneni Prince la one But the score cards or wmct lilt) tokno how of lh* I piartei mile I .aiie.i-.hinmen are proude 1 ai> 1.1 I hgtti ever seen. All those dated 1912. when In the this reason onlv I 111 thai horl >' f/rl-angular Tournament, which too lot '--^ i Bui In a quarA<1 in-uceetsful that it lcr '"' run ""' •Printers into the ,.,..,, i,.eii rtueateo I-"a %  hire '"''" % %  %  "• %  '""„', round and the long distance run>„..,, th „ touring Australians ,.f talent which gave us .., ii! ..„. %  | c | vlth him IU .„"'... ........... ol the!' he must £ twenty-foui r llut it Oordon of B.a appaared hv ukr II( rh MrK(IlU ., ln )uw nrst to be the beat ba would % % %  UNIVERSAL: Dip or b.o.h for positive protection againH White Ants. Boreri. ftot and Fungi. No odour. No nre-rtik. ECONOMIC At )• %  i, concentrated—saves carriage When diluted tor ui —goes fcrther and cosu less. PERMANENT: Cannot wash-oet or evaporate. Comblnai with the fibre*. UMighens the Umber and makes It flre-reautanL. Adas P -I'r-.'r -Co. lid., (' %  ; Kent. Ln f I on J. AfSnuj Wminsoft 4 Hoynei A Co. BVMfceiowi. Bo'bodOi Foe permanent procectloa — t *^fATLAS : iV ASTHMA ow small tablet arts (fuicklv and effirtiveh'! •I'HI'. hphazonc trrutment fof Auhma u w lUSk^l 'I ksnnst,ao ojaaaki ao ^ ml aal Al eadoh \^ 1 / raaBow one *maU uhki, .nd rclut BBBRI BhBoai inimeduiicly l-phaaonc IIJUI *c\crjl h.aluig Win' In >li arc rakaaad "" rca.hiiia th.BBOaaaOa hwhr ihe temi-b.t.ii ...umulaiiom hi.h OSagaM ih. broni Ii nut t .niih. lh Isdanced preparaii.m hrma* thf r—on of I^^ bjeadUngi and h*s the addiitoii'l *h4iii.c %  vid-guarduut ihf ,i ..i riaaafl *udden sswea^ackkai onriaaihn i n n iBothani m i •• afei %  i phaaoaa tthan * la hand I linn ianUakaj iInfcca. nothkaj i" Wawi bfdassjoni hai i i., DKMI %  <' Aattana, fsioadtfdfl BBH! BroanalaJ I attach pfBvtDushj laanMd hop. h ^ hal 't h dona tor odku FOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE bid b, all i*((.itr..d rN %  r..., naawiy, enu .- ^ mm a. i aavoth. a soa ITD. ^ 'J P.O Ba all. " 9"" ^*^ MACLEANS keeps TKETOU id healthy !PIHR^miS TOOTH PASTU eight %  %  meeting and by wiekcU al their second ll -'ride of a <>"'> Mr "* > c A "' sU "', i'^SS i %  thil I Which pra' POtel out that they left Victor r m from douiK the halfTrum|ier. Clem Hill, W W Ann' tod Btrang, H. Carter. V. S. KansI the whole field to ford and A. Cotter, six of '."t of him foi • Bl Usfl then most form Id i nd'ant does not comply with this rule will be liable to be disqualified To The Letter Nor is the above the only rule which the Ajeoelataon must not be afraid to carry out to the letter. ISO | i flocked hi Actually my watch jblc Ausform until Thursday. This was obAOtl sll i, pl> | ; ., ir ,: Vt3/5 w the BUI la.uKav Gordon rode nvllls wh(l ,,„„„,.(,„,, one hyone |>( UV( ,. | *' wwonlj untUtban Iwo left I lAlm umekeeper. Qwr watch pro*often wonder why som* good. t Hello Kverrbodv' airle*n up | and 11 v Hghi %  < <" %  < GRAND DANCE MM SVI.VIA BAIj. MONDAY NIGHT 8>h June. ISM airvel. 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    I'.K.I l u %  \ i SI MI u UlVOCATI gl'HDAV. JUNE I ItM 3.B.C. Radio Nov. FIRST TEST MATCH I r,v ft .1 B. id B %  I II %  1 %  B.B.C. Radio Programmes Harrison College (hiirch Services .'. ..ml Ke-i %  Trinifl.. UW BBC %  %  aeon . %  %  %  %  %  i %  A %  i id Aini.r. %  I casts will on Wednea lay, 7th. u MamJWi Knd In on Hi %  %  %  %  %  -4 1 i Lift %  V I %  <•> .rf llw I %  i %  %  %  %  ] %  %  G %  b> on U B nt 3.00 p Dt L—JOB*! I'lun i itself Tilt' i • : i Pi % %  . U I pr %  %  H %  %  ... PTOOBMO. Holford % %  %  %  ; ion' The talk111* ; Fimn the Third I will bt i',.i 30 p.m on Friday, 1Mb June, Prio IMrufrtl 111 Mrrlioi:HAVANA. Cuba, June 2. Anlonlo Prlo, brother of Prag' i %  i i Itti i li (. .ii by Opposition candidate Nicola i.mos HI UM conteel for the Mayoralty of Havana. This waa i bay i %  i lions when Z.SlHf.lHRl voter* p..lUsl i., , I,' | ol Repreei ntatlvi OR. The elections wan ail u.• country ant Pi night howevt i %  .'. %  .! In* G %  %  The UlililkSpoils # t-'rmi race I pnntei He run* than i %  he I o catch What I Of] M'Hi%  %  %  rhe) en he A v the nv%  % %  ..'.in: .ii.d "i %  t i i .i '.i %  i %  Met leaving %  I %  II mid have turned .' %  %  I . I i iiiii n r .. if we hi i IT whta MePeeii Id Bail) Uiii-hi %  nrM begun ou ol tnli nt i.... i ,....!: %  *h<< waa %  lhan Gri [00 yard One c aglne oui i %  IIIII l'< ,.il broau %  when ,t loan ((race wa eoin| to lead hei %  i for Grace to i oaal boroa Bui i eannol V people who waoJ nboul i tlint nothing waa wronj Goodtng unci that aha tan in ,uat % %  Boini to head tv r. %  olutel) : % %  I • tii.i chlldlch ettar U ihc crowing aval Pearl Goodbifa %  f< %  promptly tnr | In indulged in it. ud ma I .i led paying more %  %  %  o the ti leh HOW mi,' eriorUj ovei Grace •<> better ....11 %  %  i K %  DO) know. bul n i obvious thiii It conatderabb I •; u equal tooting of ntnet* there la no tolling when Grace o.l*i auMiTiMJiiair utmtaiaa •' • lea. •!( BIT. MB. Ul jaeatuiae UU.U.tll urnmnci aanaeeuTtae %  aaaa ruiTiai Mii'iTiiMiiiriaB aaaia naan ... HCIITaBYSBta •atttaue .PiutM • ii ii "3 OCX?: The liiilisli Guimia & Trinidatl A %  lOR Hi r %  lull, q U .M,.rf %  %  • IOIMI fo. tK* ^.b. YOU M be HHH I pio-p#ioj. with v*u' hi>i*r %  >, % %  • %  ) %  ham* %  yeu> i,i • n-r flwidad by KM pf.or..l l u .l.oi> l th* |nn*H Cellofl* DUn<. m*bat ito 4tHr*n<, WE WILL HILL* YOU TO ACHIEVE YOUR AMBITION C> youhel on >h* Udtfar of iu.cou TODAY Writ. I. Th. I.,. %  • (. ,II.J. ...I ..." how thouianda ol Doopl* lull liho .o. hav. <•• %  iii. lop vM rh. rlfM 9u i %  you'i tra K\KKlt|t. — also — !Olt\< t OS. I HI R soi'AltC. CAPSTAN. LOO CABIN, CIJlSMO, GOLD BLOCK. COLLINS' DRUG STORES PHOTOGRAPHY You should have. D on Photography, Developing Photographic Chen %  (ad Negatives. Afterwnrk on Negative Print, Portrn %  Traclni: Trouble. Daylight Indooi.. The Si^ond Lan and Several Other Books MUTUAL Insurance Co.. Lid. AN ENTIRELY MUTUAL COMPANY RON FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE POUCYIILU.Ii ERS CAN OFFER A PLAN OF I.IFF INSOT ANi E TO SUIT YOUR SPECIFIC NEEDS AND ARE ONLY TIK) PLEASED TO CUSS YOUR PROBLEMS WITH YOU WITHOUT OBLIGATION To YOU. Room 311, Plantations Uuiklim;. l.ou,>i liroad Strtn.-! Phom BMt 11 C M HUNT! Brancli MUMgvl I'l'.ru.siM BAI.I. I'IHNTED PENS Ii AMI 1! i ll.l.S THESE PENS :.' I Rl lUBLB And Ymi Can AJmyi Ql A llrlill ONTTE and SOLDERINE A Glue In Tubes Thai Hi da Llki I ALL AT— jou.xsit.x's si \ no XI:H AMD WILLIAM RMJARTY LTD Inc. B.G. Wc have inal rtca>lml • LADIES' CHENILE HOUSECOATS — ALSO — "MOYGASHEL' Linen Drc.n-Plain Colour, IIOKAI. BATON l)i!i:ssi:s (Stan, a in 4") W Invili' Yout lns|ii'rliiin'



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    gUNDAV JIM I 19-,(i -I M>\Y ADVO* ATI. PACE TIIIR-TITS HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON is is AjeGift -.-*— Cm. I-. QgHjgigSfc Gordons SUPPLIES AGAIN AVAILABLE ABM A vs HI v • %  <: i n urn i i-... OUR SERVICE BACKS THE FULL EARNING POWER OF YOUR Caterpillar EQUIPMENT H ELECTRIC SALES & SERVICE LTD. TWEEDSIDE ROAD PHONE 4629 4371 1 • Friction it not the only thing that causes engine wear / in actual fact, wear in petrol engines is highly complicated, Many of the causes of wear are al work even when I he engine is nol running, bul si ill I. x-ioo Motor Oil combate every one of them. Combustion carboi. gummy deposit*, clogged oilwaya, moittura and acids Can do as much harm .is InelHin itself. Of eourse. Sill LI. X-KM) protects against Irictional wear as a rood lubricant should, and while it is doing so its additives enable il 10 fight the Othei c.iu.c. of wear of metal surface. I hat is why SIILLL X-IUO Motor Oil keeps engines young. f SHELL X-100 MOTOR OIL Makes Engines Last Longer SHELL X-100 will mix with any mineral oil which is already in the sump, but to get the best and quickest results. DRAIN. FLUSH, AND REFILL WITH SHELL X-IUII Detergent • Stable • Protective AVAfLABLI IS THE FOLLOWING GRADES; SAT. 10 %  SAE 20 • SAE W SAE %  SAB • SAE 0



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    PAC.r rol'RTIXN SUNDAY AOVOCATT SISDAY, JVSF. I. IMO CLASSIFIED ADS. Public Smlr+-Conid %  • %  'III II MUM I . SI. MMarl's GinV Vhwl HARBOUR LOG DIED II >K. I MI I I II T Q I mt H nn i mi H:.\T 'i MCaODIAM IIIII s\n: HOUSES A i Hum %  ri B-M • with r Mi M) lb* ritfht Ai>uitr*'<* UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER l*y Inatrufllana tK.lv"! Irani ih inuMSow, r—>.piv 1 will aril a Frid.! it.i*Hh 'i r.-M IU>JI (k]i mi i H r rw4 AMU. I,.„ Ii IM 3* HP NMh MM* %  •-.' J.maged< %  > ItSS—St HP. IOTI (>-, ..• %  VINCWVT •'KTMIM %  1%  1 LMri ,or further a.r..... ii,.. mm AUU LASJ1I rv Sl 8S niuated m CbuhMk Chrw C •, ml lea from city, ) bedroi• ap num. dmm ram. i*IM REAL ESTATE OanN i > %  ,. .r—nr H %  • %  %  •*< . %  rw %  lek-piUmr HI* HMD 1 I Ml' \\< I |\ \MIS *AB ISA* The Entrance Remin-tlon,a for SB Mlrlwera airta %  .„.,1 u ii, „. held In November IM*. IH ..-.didatr. who will h-v# attained the age of ei*hi IB) >na ra ... tut J„l> Ml i-l Who will Not i. MPI ielv* 'IH y*t. of age nn 31" filly lnl Candidate, finm (hi. I.. will be •drmne.i h| January IOM 'III I* September IMI e-Fei.uKiuardlJui. demon, ol havinr their dauarhter. wanl. rw nn Ih. WaitingUat ol thla ftrttOD. ale idrlwi l to ubUln Ir-m ir-.e iie.idmlat mx.li. %  %  hv > form* must be. t>l T~irir. aav-rmlni Dul\. HI Mh.i Girl.School B S Jr.. nvii-nvM. AUTOMOTIVt CAv CADUln %  S llillm.1T .. Mi.l. Vul %  COTTAGE AND FLAT rent lurnlihfd I r tor |>M tiNirihn Beautiful V.rjm ••be <*.. bea Haatinaw main Hud— ... WilM ihealadi H Ml M IM Bo* I wlh room* Electric C.*er Frt|ld-' BO*) BMO 2 W -T P H. noin to art) Trrf *~ Pw*kflWHM i at coal of buteTing lr I KIM A I III Ml r dll'tav Aimlv I In** . -.11 I %  > rnlea. Car '" ownor 0>ivcn 1 r. r-v 11: i H %  ..ndilluii. IwaOOnSBaSJ |.rif.' Apply U> J'UMII Atwell I'bone M? FVRNISHBD ' %  %  %  \w.h Mr. r U t Hvu-r. XI. jMtias. mStm Whil'r In •TAKAWAV %  PI (.i.., n-i 3 I* v.... .. -ari.:i. ha'ii' t planl. Up roaal 1 .I... •r^tat nil lit m KIM P. ill* IW Balh. -TFN HOlTMi On w, prlvaW baach. Uua. mllaa from clly wtlk all rawtilmm Tntaw nvdtonma. IMIM and bath, tronl % %  il ba Advorale 1 • ••—In Paai-i ifi •' %  'f ti.uc> Dim Baihv t Tol l*ui^ty. 0*1 oan IE listit l > SO tin LOST i.r M il T *, %  *, t'li.b l -I-, Blaaa. : %  In CtrlUle Bay l-.HT Srh LVOftac, Yaw rth W 1 %  rnayald*, •rt. Waaiakarful OouBOaUor. h Mandauy U. ** Z*tin, *** V.n siaiu. Srh Uniird PitaTla. Urn i. — at,S.B Rivrnraat. Sch Harrlal "i.Hdr. *h Qard-nla W.. Mb. %  *i atoUa Wolf* U V Lady Joy, IBM, ftl V Caribba*. A B UTAH t* •* liaouba. WO tona BM, Cbpt DUr.ar. from *4atrUnOl*B. In Touch with Karb.dot Coast Station r.d>aa and Wltfla-a 'Wart India*. Lid aajalaw UaH thay c*n now tuamom-.tf wilh Una following stkpi llroirsn than Marl.. AiWI. SB Peal TowiL-hriid. B S. Gaacoanr. S B if B S i BRaaa riipp,%  W %  n.haim B S Ban CUra: S m, Havalla. %  %  if. s a i^-iuu % B.B. Inlw udrro. • B WANTED IfOUSE-nilK fumnhad houaa in flrit ''& %  raatdantlal dtaUirl. 3 milaa (ism low n 3 badrooma. 3 living looiii Duwdlng Dial 41tS Wa ara li.u^riad by tha Tr,..laa oil tba will oi Uty Uia HI J J Saal* | M nffaa for aala Iba abuva-.iamad plan, i tad G G 1111. i. Il-mrr. Hi dtfl -%  %  3M In. MISCELLANEOUS it tsiin IH IINI •mall lloiia* or flat. Ilaatlrmi. Worthnil lt.aV.lry llirtrtct on Dayiall'' Road Hodan.tr llai.i Apply X Y Z C'( Advoraaa a | w-* NOTICE THi: PEASANTS' LOAN BANK ACT, 193*. To ih* (rttlitoT* holdlnK tlcna asalui tkc Paaaani HoldingB T^AKE NOTICE lhat Iht peasant ownert mentioned in the Pint Column of the Table hereto annexed are about to obtain under the provisions of the above Act the sun*of money respectively set out in the Second Column of the Table opposite the names ol such peasant owners by way of lean against the peasant holdings respectively mentioned and described in the Third Column of that Table opposite such names. D. A. HAYNEff, Dated this 26th day of May, 1950. Manager. Peasants' Loan Bank. APPLICATIONS FOR LOANS. PEASANTS' LOAN BANK LIVTFTOrK HnfLI and n H %  :m rONI IIUNOAUIW Sclu-| i M Pina Hill 3 badraoni* >l DOONHA\-BM. th Av. Trtaphotia MAIIKIIAM on tha Sao. Martina! in '. %  3 badrooma with all mndam OU Inatalatd foe cooki %  Court. Ilaalli Ir.-.^1W to. eo*ln For furiha. I >.Ml. .ai. Dial il'-i bafor* a -^ '"*' P %  31 1 J0_Jn. | LAND 1I.JO0 .q (t ol land aHaM* Oaa> braidp mam road, adtolnin. Mr Allmana prnp-rt% <.OVLK \>II:\T w ayifCM Attention Is drawn t<> tlM Control of PHett (Defence J (Amendnant) Ol I N I frfaiaU will IxpublUhed in the Ofnctal Gat£elt>r -,!...i J i.L-. 195H a. L'ndcr ThiiOrder thl maximum wholesale and ictail Mlling I prices of "il -! %  : %  rated' 1 are as follows:— %  .. KIW 1IAVKN-. Crana Coa fully furi i-i J brdroomi. a acrvanta' Kami dtn.hla (•>•('. Iltfhtlna; plant, watai 111. Aupaal^ balhln. baach Dial **1t is sta-t fa ELECTRICAL UArlKI I tin T'HIf* ADDING MA CllaKI' •'. KHIf II* New m >na il ..-i.' BSi At Halph A Ii Boom Hardwood o *nti a sa-an •I < i >-.: DKIirT %  I %  %  • ape n0 . i i sa—* (M4T I'AIIUKIIIAM %  X I. .. olfar r> luarri n In 'ttawB %  III. I ', %  %  ', ; I i .' %  WM*,.I., l-~.Hllfi.II, blllll 1 i.|MNtranra. Biurantra wa mMBP'ii It A GrilT.iti A Co Purnl 1 ... i fln-burk BtrW T.lanhoiia 3 a. ta>-tW lli:sTUAVtN ll^-kl-> N-w Road lfaw.na Room. Dinlna Room, two Bad R '. *.-n. I'antrv. Salvant. Rom %  mii. ApMr .! Dial B7H lant and •nlndr-l Artirlf Win '. i not air Hrlw %  an 111.mi Retail Price, i not more ih.uiMILK—Bvapotated MILK—F-. [x'i case 14J Oi. tins 26c per 16 oz. tin. ..%  %  ->• H I. mvt TWe i3. Ganilaman or Vouni . %  dixibla badtnom *iar king the i*a. Board raaaonobla rant lha rllit parly Phona t4M a s.ie—i i ti A For Ih* month "I I ."• niadiAla onupanry. lull, tumlahad lluiia^low at Worthin*. includlna HaHa, T-lapli-mo G-rar and all .. MtSAW Ba i V.iandah. Drawinf ll ilt.-.111m riiiinifia watrf. |. • KJItbati wilh limit In ami Sink. *(' ABath. Wat* M <1RKRNIDGF. IUH (tnaaaa BRITTO\*' wall krpt and laid out •.rdana—on. sss, sa..~ %  b '" "" ui —" Thm houaa >iUM lara* "wlo* i"om nm room, two b.troona to whk ,. an %  Bin badrwom ran b adatad T.IM bathroom with tub ESS .1 thai and cold watari and bull rupboard. Iliad hltohan with • !" ANICAL if"VrX". 1 ^ ll *-' *>. Boa., Wr.: wllb I Pail I a 1 30 On "own toarathaa Prone h d.ra. I at. leaanta quartan wi • houaa I* taolrful hava both drap -W| iraawa. ahlndlrd 1 1 tha K11 nli'11 11 .ut Rowaiuia Uinib. IMBI.lt SAJJKS hard > rlfhi nut MISCELLANEOUS "ANT' n4aa. China, ol.l Ja' %  rr.ofx rtr at Oorrini ailjalpina Boyal Yarhl nllTO PARTS--II aaajei 8a-r.. I .10 Eiiqulra plalf balUFiIOt lutcn *W. ram a. broba imu.a. DSM'lil. BINI 1 In Anltaaptk I narntlaaa BH lu.wrvrr firqurntly uaad ( %  ' %  %  > V Jally .n>"l %  I Niia/i" % %  r atMolutr aftVlanrv nl thM preparation, and aa a raxilt It 1' %  atarianaiidad by a vary largr numbor ol Mrd-.il Man and G.nar.ologMI. Madr bv tina.ima manufactuiara o O) m.ml" Tublrt" Pl ,. Ti,|,l.tr outfit 4 %  ll.flll. 3 OMln-l %  -it KNIt;HTS LTD a 0 so an 1 nl) INKS .... 11 with ...lib.. M.I •.< \ .' IIAli ui''11 ia—* l Ai.11 In nuorlad Colour. An eiih unod an M and •M M TI. 1' 1 rtitaat 3 *-Jii ,., ... .. ,, ,, T Motki. 1" %  M %  %  Il a— %  CuBppardi to proirt rlo motb. KMOIIT : VEFH' F.s f %  .'! iBKb |f|l ludir; BUb) kl NIV. II ATT I.I Sinatra r • M.d --' 1 Rhorr. Frank A CABMBS ft CO I.T1 fj win .an b> mmm at Dav.all'a Road. .1 I ..c-lotk. ona ..I i. all.-.TiHr.lM.oIIH. matufo. UmawtiHl, braadfrult, .iul | 'ini. wlra-nMah encloaad loch k-atabla (trdon and tool %  DAHCV A BCOTT. %  %  IkOOl 1 will -ell at I0> btieel on ruJa 1 %  I..rry IT Kenne Dial 3*47 n iii.tru.ted by tha I I'm..muter to oiler lur Mle ; at Bay fllreet on Tueadi y ol June, beamnlni at 111 BaaMo the lye Ward. A ono note) buildina aa by M. built ol wall, wood a.lvani/e. ami ruvried with aaKaiili* m Neat U a two Moray buildina: j H 37 liuill ol alone and limber, mi paarotod nih -K-i,,,,.,.I .hlnalr. ai-1 "ivlrm room 3 bedroom, ami loilrt ami l^th, k,t-hi 13 by 10. rrad wi • • 4i Tlia Ual Ii a one alnrey buildina I by 1 built of llli.k Alone and mirm lih aalvanlie. and Ii aeated Thl. build ui can ba ol tiemenili.ua help in the I new buii(nlow All tne above mint be removed within %  ur .4. weak, from date ol aala Irupertlon anv day eirepl Sunday. DARCV A BCOTT. UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER T,i-n. Pan 1. 1 1 %  ... %  7 a ao Jn PROFESSIONAL NOTICE :>R 1 i %  Bay III %  IISUpper iimpraciie Asthma Mucus Dissolved isf. Day Tlleio.iIHIl %  1 m ~iUf*8B*, 1Mb 1 i;i: \NKI 1: TROTMAN Aurlloneeni ry fuat day thall aoi.ed. thus flrina and roMI InJaaM MandJio tableia a fraw Irani Aalbl -r.| lnoi to na time, even though you •-rad lor year a Mr.,*.. %  that If la guaranteed i„ ,iv, breaJhiLK in at h alopyout Aathi 1 ..ti -.tirm of empty pacaaa. Nendaco /nab idafAmd B'omtMlU /lu I. ttiaI UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER 1 IW1AV Mb b> .i.det of Mr F J rVtcle wr will u-ll Inlluu-f ..pp.iiiitn^it. arhlati ... prarlar.ll,v n.-w mi in i-yferi rondltinn M "Wanauioi" Abbeville Uardrna -Imli includr* aa* SI Upright Chair, barviiia; and Orname.it Thblaa. Tas. %¡ tnaar Waap>m. n a t Top Drak. MM 1Suiir.-Brttrc and 4 Arm Chair. ill witb r>uii|>illa Cuahkiiia, Cock-Tall nd Coffee Tablca aU In >LU-a>.L. In 1 oh Mom("hair* and Cuahlaru. uu Wan>. Taa Narvlce. Rlettrlr lamp*. *i-h Knlvea and Porka. Plated Waie. XBtaa iJatht*. Cardan Lamp Electric Iroaat, Two Sln;le Bed deadwith Vono SfuKUfa. Wlndwr Prnae*. Valiilv Table with Triplet Mirrora and Stool all In I.on Bedatiwl .md Bpilna CfMBB Paintro Bodatead. Dreaatnd Table Daak 4r 1. aJBv 1 .""..1 iul-. oniki11.ifik.-i-ini.il POrttOl HMWIIIIIIII K lichen l-iui.t. GL.aa C.iblnat tor ware. Uianu-I Tm> Taldr. Ironlitd Heard 3 Humei -.-i..r Sim. Kit.Inn Vt.n.ila. Pireior. -. Mower. Trunk, and many i ..tlotk Term, caah 1 van doatrabia property kaa>wi IIOTK1. WORTHING on SKA erly Brlilliana Hotel, -landina o (Uiaai. thouaand aquara leel inehidanlrarwa driveway from Publi. tOSOther with ilubla twem bauuna B/ora ai l-.t Plrwl 1 ea balhini A window on tha ocean %  10I and cory location With allfl illeralloti! ran be made hlfh c l* lotrl or Nialil club Offara In wrlllna received up t.) 301 lune. Itao. l.v B. J KOCK a CO Ill Roebuck Sit ret In.pectkm any day. ISM 11 Ai llridae piupeity an, Il i.i-uha. o( arable Land. all houae wliu-h ha. aua.di.all H ir.ml. Gallerv. Drawlna ami Diniu. Rin. i.o Bedroom.. Water Toilet and Balh. Kitchen and Uaiaae Alao a tarae-Slird Wall Hhi.p If mtere.trd In pma .t.*k. and doing bu.inew.. thl. place n-it 1 A BCOTT. l.iaa'inr lane M an TlliaAWNV t imr bed riviiw. e UBj public RBaU .1 an taad 1 with T. mi.11 a w.le -mi. large %  allety, aec .-... room ana lotkrt. ANhfaTX-fiaw wall building, wltn twi bed roonu. with running water, dlniiu and attlind rooma and di.ragr Tralawn; 1. now rayited lo. tao 00 „ month aaid Anne. Stono a nmtilh Hra-mabla offei will he acreplad Itvone 30PI 4 a sar KnocBirgj At Your Door.' To Mb Mr Mean. Ml.m, The H.,.1 11, pUn< A l-AVAIIIJC WIUHJBKAI,r. !,IOUO lirSINIStrt isTUP. CTTY Wllrl ^rch.u ii* Right, direct from AaTant. Includin T Ctdaretiea from I'... t.,t. A Baiw than., for at. Active Han with a. u ii t Plial No Kad Tape No Bo- DaAia tloitwr for Only 110t)o Nrti. A Tut M.rry BtonaWAli Bualnr-a A llr-ld-nt. lo Tudor St Can Yield over 1100 p m Going for Only 110.MO A S. a.idr \ Bedroom Btonewall Biuigal^w at IN>ntbella-A New and Attt.ctivr Heaaida Hedroom 1TW0 wlUi P.. 11.. J.nwa. m. BtiMiewal Bandy Beach. iminouae Kvertla Roof, Off Mam Rd. Band Can Be Bold. Ootiig li-deed BaaaonabLe—A Dealnable I Redloom I lane 1 Stondweli Bungalow 1 / 1 Condition at Monlritii Ciardont Tho Aroo with IkBClora. Goma ~"n able MonaagrArranged Ftiuprr 111 o. Ilia D F deAbrtu A Trained Mai tail al OK.e Ik.iafh. Hoitlfiaw .., c*|t. Broa Tudor Bl Cttv I will aa* up lor aalr b> .'MJ.IK Conipetilioii at my Ofllc*, VMFHIUAY ...... IKH with aaw aQuare leet of land HOUBO runtalni cloaaa| gallm. drhwina an. dlnliui ranaao. I laaaaroon... moram, 1.10m. W C A Iliad I1..H1. kitchen pantry. Bloctric lifht -ronu fc* SSB.H p.* 11.11, ia IMMPD1ATB VACANT rosBFMKION %  II Tha dwwtliiuj houae .-..Had KAK1-MLIf altuatad at Bpoonera Hill, par* .lining 1...11W. 3 he,lt,..,i,i.. „ ,aer and elantikr Ughla-aVnt. Im B30 00 |^t month Por rn.pe.iM, .md condllbm. nl *.le appli to R ABX-lirat M.KF.N7.IK Htre.^ ih.ii >HT CAMBLOT. CheUra Road, .tanding 11,010 .|u>re (rrl land, houaa cantaina rlaaod %  alloa>. iltawma. din in a. 3 bedroom, wilh lunnma w-tei i.. H ki10.1111. kilchrnrtir and kuchen Now thj Dial IMI K PART ONE ORDERS By Lieut-Col. J. CONNELL. O.B.E.. ED. Coinniandiiid. The Barbados Keglment. Issue No. 22 2 June -*• PAKAIIKS Combined rehen.l far thr Kin\ RlrthtU) raraatr There will bo n combined rehearsal for tip King'* Dirtbday Paradi Dfl Tucsd.iy G Jun. 50, ;it 1630 hotim. AU ranks aie renunded ibat this is a compulsory parade and that aiu walu nt SSf who ubacnU himself wlthtml leave or reanona'.lf excuse to the satisfaction of the CO.. in liable to ;< line, lindec seettttR 14 of the Volunteer Regulation*. 1949. Ordeni far thr Kins'* RlrtMav r ,, ,.i, Th King** Ilirthday Parade will be held at the Garrison Savannah on Thursday, 8 Jun 60. Troops will conform to the Billowing time table: — rail In at barrack* 0720 hrs. Markers 0730 ., Advance 0735 ., Parade In position and dressed 0750 „ Commandan: Local f ; reeeived 0758 „ His exceUency received OBoo „ Dre>s for Parade: Officers: Tunics, Blacks, LD i Brown belts and swords Other Ranks: Shirts, shorts, hoots, short puttees JIUI husetopa. berets. I eltl ."' I frocMr-'al Ribbons will be WOTn by .ill lOfficers artenrlhiij as spectators will NOT wear swords. All voluntt their kit %  CAMP imp will report lo St. Ann's Fort with i He 9th June. 1950. OKDFKI.V OIHIIK AMI OKDKI11.V HKRJCANT FOR WEEK i:MHN(i 12 JINK. 195C Orderly Officer Ordi rly Serjeant Next For tiut* Ordert] Oflacar Orderly s.-rir.itii 2 Ll S. C. Lashley 2t>y sjt. ixinf. c. B. P 1. C IVti-ikin :. s I'.l.itkett. L. L. L I) SKKWI-S-COX. Ma |..r. B.OI..F A rVdrktant, The Barbados Regiment SmPPEiSG NOTICES ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. TJ;\\ eiRp -All I IF.ICI1.1A" July I H IPh FRMtl AM.ISIUiVU Wli 1HI VIM 8 8. %  •COTTTCA %  June SSrd 1 SI IKINAUU: -Iul. alit lAILDfO TO MADSIKt. ri l Mill TH tWVt.KIAMI tV-r*Kli\M M s .HLANJIiSTAD" June STth. M S "WUJXMBTAD' Jul, th -. j, ay ".Ui Au< a*u> Au. lap. WU* Bop. 14th July r-.i. A -a ~h AU* arrlrea UalUai 31 at Jutao 10th July tan Auf ain Aud lal Cart. r-.i. July aui Aug. Tth Sap. aMfaajg Maatraal SHh Juno iatn July 1--Aud jrd Bep aui Oct GARDINER AUSTIN 4 „. o.. .1PMU., lo ICO., LTD. — AgenU. Flah Ni'w' Wr hve Jum n IOVO lived a shipment of smews a Han Till: IIMII'il F.MPOIIII iM r Ltd. Prcorietots' i fli Tudor Streets Dec Amount granted Horatio si. Mkawl Arthur. Thomas .. Jiascornbe, Lavtna liridgeman. Alfred Hridgeman, Alfred Clarke, Conataiua Crawford. Edltb .. Kst Crtchlow. Frederick per Goodndge, Preston Drake*. Darnley a Helena I. Esiwick. Benjamin B omens, Rhoda Holloway. Dermora B Hood. Gersldine KC. .. Hoyte. John R Johnson, lnei et alia Jordan, Benlamln Layne, Clementina Medford, Lavlnia Est. Norris, George H. Dec., pa Norrls, Mary %  Est. Parrls. Oerald Dec per Parris, EvanjeUne Pains, JarruM D. Phillips. Alphonia Phillips. Evan Phillips, Oscar Rawtlns, Charles H. .. Scale. Ethel Smith, Lilian Thompson, Josephus a Weekes. Clifford T. per Weekes. Reuben, Attorney Wiltshire, Drustlla SI. James Adams, Ethel fc Owen .. Baird. LeBlie Benakln. Charles Crick. James al %  DoughUn. Joeeph N Earle, Augustus Eat wick, Reuben .. Fletcher, Albertha per Skeete. Fletcher, Aibertha per Skeete, St. C dreaves. Millleent et alia Hinds, Alfred per Hinds, Carlotta Holder, Abraham Howell, Miriam fc Clement Husbands, Clarence Jordan, Samuel per Jordan, Le Roy Mahon, Joeeph N. Richards. Ellen .. .. %  Sandllord. Ivan and St. Clolr Skeete. Dauphines* Spnnger Walter and Kathleen.. Tyrell, Clara .. -Warner, Clarence a a 81 Peier Bend, James Bend, Nathaniel Edwarda. FUs Gllkes, Albertha Harris, Lilian Rock, Martha Jane Watson, John Worrell, James E. Yearwood, Evelyn St. John, Kenneth fc Brathwaite. U. C. %  .st Laey Agard. Jacqueline St. E. Afleyne, F1U Herbert .. Austin, Kenneth M. Austin, Lionel A Babb, klvlra and Ronald Bishop, Vivian D. Boyce. Joseph N. Boyce, William B. G. .. Brume, Charles Brome Edceton Broanes, Carlisle S. Chandler, Frederick W. Collymore. Sydney Collymore. William H. Collymore, William H. .. Colthrust, James A. Corbln. Elolse E. For. 1.-. Fell* O Gibbons, Charles Goodrldge. Henry and Maude Grant, George Grant, Ruth Greaves, Blon Griffith. Adolphus Haynes, Charles B. and Edmonia Johnson, Ada L .. Johnson Burton Johnson, Joseph 8t. C. .. Leslie, Mildred and Theresa Roach, Gibeon A. Skeete, Edmund Skeete Garfield Skinner, Joeeph A. Slocombe. Norman Sobers, Ivan C Springer. Christopher Yearwood, Beatrice Yearwood, Cyril .. Yearwood, Laurlne O'D. 91. Andrew Alley ne, Stanley Alleyne. Hubert Barnes, George Best. Alydia and Elvira .. Est Best. Charles H. Dec per Best, Seward Best, Edwin A Campbell, Thexiphllus .. Clarke. Charles A. ... .. Cottle, Albeit Foster, Joeeph E Foster, Nathaniel Francis. Albert Wm. GilL Evan A Goxrdridge. Theophilus .. Haynes, Abreuda Haynes, Abrenda Hulloway. Norman Hunte, Archibald Jordan. Jcnathan N. Jordan. Leslie Kellman, Elijah McD. .. Leaeock, Elizabeth et alia Est Licorish, John L. dec. per Blackett. Geraldine . Marshall, Cecs. Marshall, Edith Medford, Richard F. Moore, Fits Morris, Joseph N Murray, Joeeph Payne, l-ouise .. Prescod, Matilda Roach, Leon DaC Sobers, Leonard .. %  %  Est. Springer, Collls H. dec pe Springer. Rosamund .. Stephenson. Charles B. .. Vaughan, Alonza Vaughan, Benjamin Worrell. Clarice .. Worrell. Joseph H. Worrell. Selbert .. c. 100.00 26 00 37 00 60.00 87.00 20 00 30.00 60.00 100.00 62.00 25 00 60.00 26.00 250.00 25.00 10.00 7500 37.00 50.00 40.00 36.00 b0 00 20. tO 100 00 30 00 40 00 175.00 100 00 26.00 26.00 176.00 IB-00 200.00 15.00 50 00 25 00 25.00 25 00 35 00 100.00 275.00 26.00 25.00 85.00 10.00 36.00 25.00 25.00 100.00 100.00 25 .00 50.00 50.00 40.00 20 00 20.00 30.00 25.00 40.00 50 00 400.00 40 00 15.00 100 00 76.00 60.00 60 00 110.00 25.00 25.00 50.00 50.00 100.00 55.00 140.00 100.00 100.00 30.00 36.00 60.00 42.00 60 00 26.00 40.00 55.00 156 00 100.00 50.00 50.00 5000 100.00 SO 00 50 00 25.00 36 00 250 00 25 00 20 00 38.00 25.00 42.00 100.00 20.00 75.00 06.00 SO 00 75 00 ISO.00 160.00 50 00 40 00 40.00 60 00 28 00 37 00 25.00 75.00 50 00 30 00 25 00 50.00 60 00 H 111 50 00 50 00 250 00 40.00 50.00 50.00 65.00 100 00 40.00 75.00 00 00 20 00 20.00 25.00 215.00 10.00 26 00 Cave Hill Jackson* Hagjult Hall Clevedale Near Mock Dundo Haggalt Hall Whitehall Wavell Avenue Rural Cot Nr. Buxion School Bush Hall FalrBcld Whitehall Haggatt Hall Burneys Jaeksons St. Stephen's Hill Haggatt Hall Lodge Hill Baiters Jaeksons Haggatt Hall Flint Hall Haggatt Hull w. t Ireland Garden Profcpe-1 W. Orange Hill Holder's Hi'll Mount Standfast 00 38 01 01 02 22 18 00 00 03 West on Carlton t 3 02 00 Weiston nnd Ml Garden 1). .ii.. : Village Weslon Standfast 2 ft ] 2 a 2 23 06 00 00 Carlton Carlton lloyte's Village Carlton Ml Standfast Prospect Garden and Mt Weslon Standfast 1 1 2 s s s 2 2 0 1 2 08 29 Bl IS 00 39 00 00 Ashton Hall 1 1 0 2 0 2 2 ii Mile and Qr. The Whim 1 00 21 Ashton Hall The Whim Ashton Hall Pie Corner Crab Hill josey Hill Pic Corner Crab inn Nr Lowland Checker Hall Chance Hall Crab Hill Nr. Spring Garden Josey Hill Checker Hall Pie Corner Northumberland Well field Chance Hall Josev Hill Half Moon Fort Nr. Retreat & Wakenham Petersys Crab Hill Pie Corner Nr. Lowland Harrisons fc Checker Hall Nr. Wakenham The Risk Nr Lowland Bea View Ni. Lowland Checker Hall Checker Hall & Bent hams Checker Hall Crab Hill Checker Hall Graveyard Checker Hall Near The Hope St. Simons Mount All BellcyUiine and Lakes Rock Hall Rock Hall Rock Hall Belle Plalne Mount All Hiliaby arid Whitehall Rock Hall Hiliaby Itelleplaine Belleplaine Nr Friendship Nr. Friendship Mount All Walkers Retleplaine and Lakes Belle Plaint Cane Garden Hiliaby St. Simons Chalky Mount Mount All Rock Hall Mount All Rock Hall Mount All Cane Garden Mount All Cane Garden St Simons Belleplaine Belleplaine Ik'lleplaine and Lakes Hiliaby Lakes z ia 1 IS I %  2 II 1 1* 1 •a I 2 i I 0 i 2 > 2 i 0 < s 2 0 1 0 CROWN A CROWNING ACHIEVEMENT K. RRINIilNG THE NEW CROWN GINGER ALE 14 20 IS 07 00 ai 11 09 on 06 :ic 10 19 2 20 1 0 III! 2 I* 2 1 1 1 0.1 10 2 00 1 2 so 1 n 9 II rl t 2 33 1 0 00 32 19 00 00 IS 00 SJ 00 00 so 39 02 00 20 12 12 •0 311 20 0? 20 UI :ie 0.1 31 03 3.1



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    SIA'DAY. JIVE 4. 1950 SUNDAY AOVOCATI* APPLICATIONS KM LOAN& I-IASWTS LOAN BANK PAGF FIFTH \ M Ja-eph. Bry. Bi D Beadfey, Ea'ton A. Holder. Aubrey N. Hortun. Edna L. C Jamei N. Prtadlla et aha Roach. Leon DaC. Walcott. Henry W. Williams. Lout** .. Codring ,0. Doc. per Hi J-ahn. Evelyn E Be| K Tave. Edith Browne. Hermlont Evelyn Clarke. Egbert D (.Ydrington. Edith A. .. I I Codnngton. Egerton. D per Codrlngton. Eunice Joseph per Downe*. ii dt n KV.rJe. Elson w. Eat. Graane, F,t? II Dec. per Greene. Grace H..MH'. Hanrj W Shepherd. Fitz G L. Shorey. Sarah A. & ton. John Thornc. Clement per Codring ton. E. SI. Philip. Alleyne. Bruce E & Eva Alleyne. Fit* Herbert Alleyne. George William Alleyne, John William Alleyne. Melvin W Alleyne. Reginald H. Alleyne. St Clair Bannister. Allan fc Ins Barrow. Ada A Batwin, Lavinla Hayne. Robert F. Brathwaite. Carol W Hrathwatte. Douglas 4 Lame, M.i hie Browne. Gertrude Carlin. Sarah E. .. Clarke. Jame* N CtHiniigiufi. Joseph C. .. Daniel Ctinstianna Daniel. FiU Herbert Deane, Dorothy el al: II. Edward U KUis George A. Forde. Clarence C Cittern, Gu-nfield Gooding. Ethel UN ald*, Allan It Greenidge. Eva W. Grernidge. Lionel E. Hi.irwood. Waiter L. Holder. Warwick Hume, Donald DaC. Hunte. James A. Hume. Jarnn T. Jones, Julian L. Jones. Oneal St. C. King. Edwin L. . Rfl Kirton. Emn Pilgrim. Elliott Mapp, Joseph DBC AUrahall. Ben-rfawd G Marshall, Winifred James .. ,, Mason. Joseph St. C McCarthy. Arthur B McCarthy. William H Murrell. Joseph E. Newton. Ernestine Paine. Monlngton D. Pilgrim, Irene R. el alia Roach, Winifred Sargeant, Drusilla ,\ Scaly, Thomas Est. Wilkinson. Prince Dec. per Wilkinson, Kosella & Earl .. < MM Church Auams. Theodore Est. Alleyne. Joseph Dec. per Alleyne. Percy Bamtt Pits Herbert Barrow. Charles R. Amanda J. per Morris, Prancli Bwpham. Miriam Bynoa, Elreita Cal lender, Joseph W %  rt %  Braai -. p. A t:inrk Doris Mildred .. Clarke. Enid & Myra tinkc. Samuel Ilr.iyton. Joseph Edward*. Cecil James Eversley. James N Plaits, Lottie M Gitttna, Reuben ., ^ Greene. Lewin C. Mil, Simeon B Jones, Reginald King. Mary E ei alia Knight, Piu Clarence .. Layne. Arthur Layne. James Edwards .. Loach, David A George D Nurse. Benjamin Nur>e. Samuel A. Nurse, St. Clair Pitt, 1. Mil Powleit, Robert J Small. Gaslon S. Small, Irene A Taylor. George H. Walcott, Felix Warner, Gertrude Weekes. Ernest W. .. .* Williams. Caleb Wiltshire, St. Clair St. George BirfcMt, Joseph A. Corbln. Cecil A. Green, Miriam G. Harding, James E Holmes. Irene Rawlins. Charles H Scott, Charles C Trotman, George E Waithe. Violet & Deane. Archibald St Thomas H.iniieid. Martha. .. alia Belle. Jame* Bispham, Aberdeen H. .. Boycc. Elizabeth Brathwaite. John per Brathwaite, E. Clinton, Joseph N. .. Collins. Cyril Et. Dorunt, Ursula Dec per Dorunt. Beatrice Duranl. Reginald A. F. Durant. Selina Edey. Elijah Gibbs. Rosa Gibson. Clarence McD. Jordan, Mary R King. May B Marshall. Edith .. <>:!%  Kenrlck R Payne. Joaeph A. Thompson, Leonorj Washington. Gallon Vearwood, Frederick A Amount granted e, 25 00 37.00 50 00 42 00 23 00 13 00 M N 60 00. I j 25 00 25.00 60 00 50 00 100.00 50 0U 15 00 26.00 50 oo 80.00 30.00 50.00 25.00 70 U0 20 00 66 00 90 00 3l 00 75 DO 25.00 %  10.00 75.00 100 00 50 00 86 00 SO 00 60 oo 125 OH S3.00 50.00 70 00 40 HO 33.00 50.00 40.00 50.00 106.00 40.00 16.00 15.00 60.60 100 66 36 00 20 00 25 60 50 00 150 00 36 00 40 00 ...I III! 40 00 60.00 50.00 100 00 75 00 12.00 20.00 32 00 12 00 125.00 200 00 25 00 ino on 20 00 60 00 HO 00 100 00 50 Oil 60 OQ 60 00 25 OO 36 00 25 (HI 30 00 75.00 50.00 100 Oft 130.00 30.00 2 200 00 .ill it.i III 00 50 U0 • 30 OO 25.00 40.00 1* B| 40.00 125 00 70.00 60 00 70 00 150 00 36 00 60 00 30.00 50.00 32.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 36 00 85.00 25 00 50 00 30.00 100 00 100.00 45.00 55.00 50 00 20 00 30 00 86 00 15 00 n on 10.00 If .00 50.00 20.00 12.00 65 00 30.00 St Sylvans Venture Cleavers Hill %  BraggHill Cleaver's Hill Cane Garden Near Richmond St Elizabeth Sherboume Hall Sealy Hall In n Stewart's Hill Carter* BOtl] Hall Sealy Hall Carters Near Glenhournie Sealy Hall Stewart's Hill Near Apple Hall The Nursery Stroud Land Merrlckl Eastbourne Endeavour Ac Eaatbuurtie Eastbourne Kirtons Merruks Diamond Valley Near Bayteys .. Penny llnhMarchlltld and K March field Ml Stroud La Bupan Kirtotw Kirt onBay field Industry Hall Spring Pan Eastbourne iMt Pmni March fie id Airy Hill Diamond Valla] Pounders Eastbourne N.ar Hopelaiul East Point Merruks Eastbourne sTiilliimniO) Stone Hall The Nursery . Diamond Valle\ Uaylleld Near Stone II.HI Near Bequest East Point Near Mount Plea* March lie Id Bayleys Near Bavlev< Marley Vale Near Palmers Duncans Little BOM Eastbourne Baylleld Eastbourne . Near Yorkshire Maxwell Hill Pilgrim Enterprise 1,. Enterprise C'hal %  .. %  Kendal Hill Silver Hill Bournes C ha mocks Clapham Bartletts Wileox Peg we 11 Hopewell Pilgrim Near Warners . Ventnor Industry Hall Wllcox Maynards Enterprise Randal Hill Sion Hill Charnncks Bournes Nr. St Christopher Bournes Maxwell Hill Killing Grove Pilgrim Chancery I.ane Saraeam's Village Edcy"* Village Hopewedl Sargeant's Village Walker's Vullev Workmans Prerogative i ire. %  Walker's Vnllev Salters Ellertun Mlddlcton Thorpe Cot Rock HaU Welchman Hall Arthur Seat Welchman Hall Nr. Barnwell Rock HaU Welchman Hall Blunts Spring Farm Welchman Hall Kew Land Welchman Hall Rock Hall Hillaby Bridgeficld Jack-. Welchman Hall. Arthur Seat Welchman Hall Hillaby -• % %  00 23 Dfl 03 37 37 24 02 01 33 %  24 28 04 15 34 3 3 2 1 1 0 a 3 3 0 3 3 I 4 0 2 1 4 0 in 0 i 0 3 s 2 11 Ml AT YOUR SERVICE IX (1*A1N'<1, DTI [NO 1 41 Mir UNI. AND BAT DUSSfXi RAYMOND JORDAN Bay Strait. Ops* Cnmbtnnrt* SI M M-l SAS'H (• \Rlll.N Mni | [i IIMi: and BUM K HTONt Dial 4563 SI PPLKMKNT\KY LIST OK P FAS •ATS" \PPLU ATIONS LOAN BANK FOK LOANS R W1FS %  Lmm A | P St Michael 1 • Clarke. Ada S IS Wallace. Snbert I? (Ill 1 so Si. Laey Moore. Frederick 100 00 %  Hall 3 0 00 SI. % % % % %  II Benjamin. Adrianna 1 %  2 00 Kill. Aaron N H Mount Al 1 3 14 Sandiford. William i 1 2 OS St. JuiU. Aneyne. Anna B 5 00 Sugar 11,1 larrier. Oaaa a t as SI Philip 1 Lantar, HWOM c Hi SI ,I ... Marshall. John W .i I. Baj Chrlal t hurrh Colucci, Giuseppi Graham, Samuel 200 00 25 00 Chancery Une a o w 1 39 '2 o in; King. Cecil |M Mil I v St. Ge*rtF Wason. Rupert R ?.. Illl I 38 SI Tkanw. Broomes. James A. Arthur Seat 3 06 Carnngton. Rulh Anne || IHI Carnngton %  Cox, Estclle 125.00 Welchman H..1 2 2 09 Whitehall. Arthur W 20.00 Whitehall V:! 1 ..,, 1 31 111 1 HI APPLICATIONS FOR i.owv PEASANTS' LOAN BANK NAMES LOCALITY A It i' Amount granted 1 c prat lou %  ; % %  gr.i ite I si Michael J i GRtans, Rhnna Hau 1 1 .i BM I"' :• Illl Hood. Qaraldlne St. C. .. 1 1 anua S 2 00 100 00 00 (Hi I Hunte, James A Oxford . laj III Hall I 0 II:. 100 no I'lullips. Bvai 1 1 M 140 00 60 uO Miles. Egluii 1 0 04 120 00 Wiltshire. DrugUla 2 01 %  IHI fe) en %  lamev Earle. Augustus . %  HUl 1 3 00 50 00 M M Flt4< her, Albertha per Skeete. St Clair %  %  | 07 loo no 25 00 Hall. Octavia 1 H i % %  VHIajo 3 30 urn mi Holder. Abraham :< %  !! :i 2 M I ITI mi SI Peler Bend. James H i 1 %  70 no MS (HI Bend. Nathaniel 31 70 00 50 00 Edwards, Fitr .. 1 u 1 HO 00 40 00 si. I.uey llnne:. Carlisle H 1 2 M 1110 (HI .'ill 00 Collymore, William H. .. Kind.. Felix O WellAeld t 0 1 o ion oo M on 100 00 Half Mooi l 36 (HI Grant. Frederick 1 1 3)1 HU no Ruth Hill 2 IH'i 20 00 15 00 Grifnth. Adolphui Nr LOT land 2 • no 00 00 55.00 Roach. Gibeon A. 4 t 00 7r> oo 100 oo Slocombe, Norman ;..ll 3 n 70 00 36 00 Yearwood, Laurine O'D. Nr The Hope 2 OO 3" 00 25 00 Si Andrew Campbell. Theophihis Bclleph.in.. I 3 30 IOO no 75 00 Carnngton. Archibald .. da I 1 :;: 1 Ill — Benjamin, Adrianna H.H-k Kail 2 00 50 00 25 00 Carringtnn, Prladlla ine G nden 1 n 00 100 00 Poder. Joseph E. Hlllaba %  H 100 00 50 00 Gill, Evan A il.llepl.mn Ft w 40 (HI 60 00 Haynes, Abrendu 1 1 00 100 00 i %  mi 11.11. Aaron Mount All 1 3 14100 oo 80 00 Marshall. Edith ... Chalkv Mount 1 00 50 Parda, Clan twa C IMI Illl) (Ml |*l "HI aid I mi 40 00 25 00 Greenidge, Llonal K DUmond v..n. 1 0 00 %  1 | ii.. Matilda I'llUlidi I-; 1 o 24 1 50 00 i i % %  DI.IIIK Vallej 2 oo Mi mi Marshall. Bareaford %  %  i Stone Hall 2 no 4" 00 25 on Mi oi Jamaa East Point U 0 mi %  (HI (HI 150 00 Joseph St C Moj flli'. William H. A Ml Ii nl 2 II 120 00 Sfi no |'. 1 i 01 |M (HI Wl 00 (hrlat Churl h Clarke. Samuel . %¡ barnocl 1 2 0? 411 IHI on tHi Drayb n, Joaaph %  1 1 in 00 Wl on mi Eveislev. James N. WUcoa 3 11 >tn I,II 16.00 Glttens. Reuben %  Dpi til 2 21 20 00 30 00 King. Maiy F Indufclry ll^ll . I 'l IHI 100 00 130 00 futxandai Bayai Cnurl l ii 03 200 00 M, freorre Cecil A 1 1 37 30 00 Sargeant. Arthur Sweat Bottot 1 n 31 ISO 00 — i Iman, George E. MBddlateo 1 3H 75 00 25 00 Waithe. Violet and Deane, Archibald 3 03 7f. an it to St Themaa Bispham. Aberdeen H. .. Collins, Cyril M Arthui Saat 1 oo APPLICATION'S 1 XMt LOANS. PRfl S A NTS' 1. OAN HANK "B" Amount NAMES 1 M.1TV A R P Amount panted pt.viousH granted si Michael 1 e 1 Weekes. Clifford T C pat Weekes. Reuben, Atty si Peter a Hall 2 0 13 285 00 Clir.M ( itureh St. John, Kanneth and B 3 16 A0 00 400 00 Brathwaite. U. CSt Andrew Graham. Samuel J;I 35 00 25 no li..r-l< %  .. f aj SI 210 #0 APPLICATIONS OR LOANS. PL, SANTS LOAN BANK "C' Amount NAMES LOCALITY A R P. Amount gj anted previously gi anted St Michael 1 Sealey. Julian F • '. 1 3 15 75 00 •> 1 St Hill. Willis O, Fitts VUage 2 i>3 50 00 Foster, Dairy A 1 Bellei laana .. 2 0 00 285 00 NBjiii i m V ^1 • % %  Oft Ml $410 nil i i "1 rOTAL 1 '. ri'i7 00 \ JlSr HCEIVF.P KtlUS Asrikis • \ \\ mot; \ M.I IH.MHII S-, Mill. rmtsiiKiM m\ii-nisi Ml I I l.i >I I VI 4,-iT-\ITI IDMi TABLETS 'iLt SYKINC.IS Main V Tw* HYIMtflHKTI.Rfur I .-inn Kam C CARLTON BROWNE Ulieleaale Eell l)ru--,-l IH KeelmHi l thai Tall h.irkiilnx Krai Fslalr Afrit) FOR SALE MUKKOKA %  4lnn4( r>-B. inilDlh. 2 1^-lcn. .—(ton I .mr mm —I Bean* I U kv KM* %  t '\ •. SI'HIM. II. >: -.i J i-. iv„ Htm -....I ,i • BUfiB—l, Ml ro ""-^• 1-lhl.w .. i.tw.iiUiiil BM •IniMllnii >i> I' i" l*m j* %  '. I. %  ii. NK nr •. ri i i lead t (HE INS r.IKh • i. ThunuU). Junr 8lli. I'l.ii* THE LOYAL BHOTMKRS OF Tilt. STAHS prevent 195!) CARNIVAL & FAIR p. ade. Sleel ,%  UUOB i HixouUt Mmi Qubi. Walfhl-ltnina %  n d II. %  .-.., | i,l 1 %  %  Mi %  >-round ate %  gaaaW Aiir.ti*ii i lad 8yd dot MUMd | till Hu h i i i thi Rhum l %  ami oUiei Dam i %  %  ..[• n .it 17 00 in..." ADMIHSION: \l%  hlldrrn Nunr, 0d. I .• %  I 4 lt i„ All penmnH Ukini i *rt ui tin Mteel I--H ..'. .,r. ... .i In oubmlt Utalr luinr. I Mnrrlv SWl, I..111 1 mi: ^ RARKAIMIS I'lilld: I k lAKIllV (OMlll n tlie 1'jf ulr Sgujtiit Central Pattaa Baalaai On Till ItSIlAV, 291 JINt. at X 30 p m In aid of UH Ba ( ib (run b> On Pi • %  u Bi dgetown 1 PragraaanM imiiiiin. aaaimi -.1 KM deartal ilie I35lh Annlteruo I. .Illl f V\ ,|.||.M, .HAIIIIM. \OOIl-\VOKKI\f. I ( it* build your — — — WINDOWS & DOORS ..t.il r'nnnmv and I i.l B84M B mjehlnerv hlih .iiir'-v JTI bbviouil} ni'i-l .ell nil SAVE MONEY MAL: 2MI :—: Pa* full pjrllrabr* L. A H. MILLER RD STRICT CITY 1.1 su IS I mu is MI is II IS III Hi I 1% See The Itomlnlea HandrrafM tampan* Itndir A Trafalgar StreeH Bi-\ I'UII upt'im nt .lull Stationer* 1 IIUIMU idlli Mat REAL ESTATE IOIIS <4. RI 1IIOS Fermrrh Ilixon A P.: | | | FOR SALE HiH'MAlK • lOayMlta m>- an %  % %  1 • •! K OIK UM • %  %  IIUM. illnuw mi %  kitchen. hruM I '%  %  l-.lr1 r I.IiS .• "Or bunlow bnili rlglil unto %  KndT %  ll rkUriiJintf Hit rn'iir l^m. I. iiai>nl louna* %  u.i •-. ..1.1... %  araaa. %  1 HU MIL ^ M M 1 %  1 IV!N( i.,.>di, lu..i.r. 11, a ,,lw. Sd and conl— 1 a*taangB gailng mom %  a'dMi. n %  '. %  r I with :.*-. %  -nfub* ahr %  r M .pMtai ui.i 0J %  '." % %  iri luM*l.,tf M. kllr ,,.„ .| Mil „„, %  ; >' RENTALS e, %  ana On .. ,. PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Survivor BI II1.INU IISIIURS TO 111 K ULAND WHY HAVE BAGGAGE KllKI/l Remrinber.' WE OtVB WMMOltALatD I ir:i< | SMITHS SHIPPING SltVKE MOVEIIS FACKKKS S. FR11QHT KORWAKUEKS Ali-Jiiinder MKUMJame* Street. 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    I'M.I slMKKN SUNDAY ADVOCATE M Mm rl si r>'n A New Era In Yachting i. %  % % % % %  %  %  eti %  %  1 %  %  %  InternJ ,nother also race (1 000 I I %  Wcl. t Nwi %  i i Th. lot which 1 Ibeh. Moyra Blah* \\ ins Again J ii wilkia"M m I'.l.nr .'* -kippered by In* MM Class honour* at tin I UM I: 11 V C -ailed . i vi. la | (ui the %  i %  Dii.lv-mill' boats sailed Jwk %  IM"" in UM ha. Itlll BO( start The bo;.;' l| J'W : RaOmen Protest Antf-Commaiiisl Rill MI June 3 %  iifl mn in llv U B protest J I Jrtmmurir! BJ \ <• already i il!eit a am Dtesl -loppage HI 100.000 ill .* %  directly affected %  [•art from the thousands of other* ifTltul'v in reaching their employment—Renter. STYLISH LADIES' and CHILDRENS' SHOES Mill. Low Wed,"* in Mh te \uhu--k and IV*l: tU %  LOrKBtl HRIRTH M\rNv Hiil-I i..\lv TENNIS SHORTS ill V II UI ill lli IHIOXHM % i ittliW MUM*. Seoul Notes Hollywood • Wm >'!. i. I.,I s kip%  Be th while third riil lo Owen Htirke's >ki'i|M a rori by Hamtnond. A thrilling finish was witnessed for third position in the Intcr%  i.-iii i 'Li' i %  • %  n Te M| by hit Gcoi'K' < owned i1 Un en Nun 'he Hap %  iii of "Clytir marHonours in this c!.%  mm i„ and whoec Johnnlr Hoad'i l>> In-or. Jackie. il hunwhich brought her number of victories for the MMOn to three. Coming second was "Dauntless," owned and skippered hv William Bfciafr. Ten boats started in the '(" Class "Gannet". owned and .skippered by IVlr; lot, CRRH lirst to nds of Irie run-of-thescore her second victory f. r the mill Studio workers il there is season. Colin liellam.v's "Magin" was second and third was r ( .. Wi/.ird". owned Mid %  kippered by Jim .li.nes run/', owned and skipper.it • %  i HeolTrey JohnSOl ICOred (i.-r .,ui %  i % %  • Uu to i mm eongratui'r>t vaster? foi the season in UM U00 to $500. su.t Guard of H : by 1 %  . and made IheU pbni assembly fl %  parti, the 0 "hue the King ni they bought. dad by 29 the or si rted with savins 'nun In-all vertho29Ul I ..( %  .Il fMB, | leas be i ... known thai a Exhibit Bna %  % % %  Um farmei BritIPMCK-dOWII ... wIlK'li wW |, %  e. %  present He is owner of one of th< %  ) Irotn pace '.* \olMli EASTEBN NEW8 l.lllpire Week I Ml'lltl. lOI III M NDA1 list B'do* St Thomas; at the yon':. btirch at %  • fn.m ,>AL %  Hi k Hatn.es i\ im i %  %  owe b the Oovernmeni alleged suit I nen,,ilosiu,.iii %  'Ab> %  f the %  bulldlr, • • .ll be Troop attended Hie fcxh.bi possible I i tti'/Hiirinfi > MiRM Minpl* • • i \ I un romi! i. \iii> sin ITS 6'. V, K'. • Kl Leii-lh AI.IM1MIM COUtVOA Hl no 1 I C. 7'. K 1 9'. 10' la-nslhs ?4 t.JHse OALYANMBD i 4x4' & 4'xK| 14c. per sq. fool. Fireproor. Termite -proul. ran be palmed JIIJ Colour. Phone HR WILKINSON & IIAYNES CO., LTD from the U K $200. Keen CoMDCtltnal The V Udd yesterday I abac <,l held then promlne h.-ive agreed whin )un (.n rUBNI A numbai ot fc ,. s; ib of th leaafl unpalgn" in ;i model (ail ralrlek bag an urdaj and Sunday May Il Bated Ih il 28, .ii which t(.I Beverlj HUH ted .. %  the Ri | %  Philips, St %  chi Petai Central, St Lulw*i led Welch* should RI but Both that the > %  %  %  % %  kr th i '' '••"' er Banrwi U • %  smith ahoul Bvop %  .,, i, be oig.inis.~i on mini dates 11 Vi IT „ P. Chase '. U.IMMI Bomelen III r ( ilumli;i it walcht : %  %  :;• %  evening 29th the eight thl) Inter%  of the Small A . p issed under -P.s. mansblpol S L Bamv ones Iron %  ,.i parUdpatl |olned me RS.U, wai responsible loi racttcal ravhdoo of .k with iilsai group 10 %  %  %  %  %  iglng. Further dew 10 the ( %  I Haven, s to It B Rav. %  %  th-. cent night Jul '" % %  \ %  H Rovei %  \tlilrlirSpurls\ Dance um I mi California San %  %  rol tabfc O Itnen vcar for It of D" Class. Second was "Rainbird i "Snipe" Q boat t Bed andI kippared by -Corkie" Robert and third was "Van TV owned and skippered bv H D Murphj The result* wen "B" Class I—Moyra Blair. 2 War Cloud, 3 Ra i ( (hiss: 1 Cnnnet. 2 Mag* Intarrnedlata ( la, 2 nauntlaat, 3—Gnat. "D" Class 1 —Imp. 2 Rninbtrd. 3 Van Thorndske FETE At the All Balnti Vlearai Grounds, st Peter on Thursday Hlh luae. (Bank falidaj l (iames. Merr> -zo-Kinind. Etc.. Danclnx g| Ihe Qbtg |4 II.K.I at g p m. B BARGAINS S/ii'iinl HfluriinitM \ irloriJ. Iliiiiison. 4.IIIIU II aaar I ?(in LOBSTER PASTE •Ittjz' tim WEET-A-B1X 24/^ P k. AUeyne Arthur & Co., Ltd. GRAND We are pleased to announce that England's finest Beauty Preparations from .:'*'.;•,•*•*'*•+'*•*'*•••*'*: ... me a Work began to-day on mutueipej campi l< %  lb i oi • 70JWC i. result '.f .; urnblii %  %  '.Ion nf road traffic was i" ri tag rlvei Lag" %  %  deaths En ret I I %  the the All the eartj evening The next Intel i it.uirr %  % %  i Rovei r> I W attend U Bt The Weather TO-11AY -.un gJgew :> ;IH a.m. sun Baaa; g.11 p.m. Moon i I a*t Ifuarti i Jul l.ishling. 7 00 p.m. Until Malei: Ii. IH a m.. 7. p.m l.silKltAV Rainfall K odrin.i..r | ins. Taeal for month iu rwM day. .44 Ins. Temperature iMIii' 71.*. Mind llirei uii II ii i i b| N, elmll* lb m i %  %  Mmfl hour. Ba r eeaelar t a.m ill am | MJMS, II \* M.S; 6.35 It O.VI f I */ / Bmximgtl AI IHf YANKEE STADIUM BRIIIONS Hill TUESDAY NIGHT June 6th, al H 10 |> m KID RALPH Barbadosl MfHITING KAII.EV (Trinidad) — 10 Rounds — Tickets on -*ile kl Chnndler-s Hardware Btora eorM Reed Street and Baxters Reed Dial KK lor Information reqil \dmt—lon: Rlnssld. R!S0: Outer Rinislrie *l HO; n.i...., si Mt. Cage %\ 0*; Rleaeher, t*r Ihcvll l>> Ii livery I imc Bv Jimmy Hatlo | INTERCOLONIAL FOOTBALL VISIT OF MALVERM F. C. OF TRINIDAD MOMlAI, June 19 COLTS XI THURSDAY, June 22 vs. SPARTAN SATURDAY. June 24 vs COLONY MONDAY, June V, vs. COLONY THURSDAY. June 29 vs. COLONY ADMISSION 2 pei Stand %  an %  ( i Qanrgaj ctwiiieimt or Kenalnghan SEASON TICKETS $1.50 each, obtainable at Advocate Statnnurv, Messrs C. F. Harrison 4 Co., Ltd. and at City Pharmacy. •fax ... are at your service. There is the lovely CYCLAX range of Lipstick* and Face Powder in enchant.nj fashion shades There are exquisite bath luxuries to delight you. And *c your skn care the basis of true loveliness, there M .i imoul CYCIAX Home Treatment preparations. CAVESH EPH ERD&Co.,Ltd 12 S 13 BROAD SIRiit VISIT the beauty -OT"E 3 ICE-CUBE 6 ,T S^RE SOT DA9< V&6DCW.E A\P THE MEAT • IN TJLS '. VOC = 0^6= ? I =ARLV, WONT IT ? J WILL BOTH BE 6-SSE3 By, ) AFTER SIX! WHATF s S-ES HiS WORLD WL \AND THE .CEN*S %  v.t". or without private bath etc. We -',>•• .:,....ii Fish an.l Lobg l if Luncheons. — Well Stocke.l lljr .-== CORHB0RB,1Ue OOMBPIAN" 'NO0. *E i^EAO OVO-G S-ORV, J CHEOCHB-TEU. ...iMAPPB SO Ti"ARE--WE"DUE" AT-THE'BI6DOMES ATTRACTICSBLILLPISMT LEC'URE ASP \ NER.OJS IS-V './> %  1 m T u • %  '. ',. t^-=3'5 MHC BASSE ~J J-ST WHEN VOiflK SETTING READY FOR A • DNNER DATE'-w Qualify (Radio About ONI m ever? THRFK British R.idtos sold in 194ft in thiBritisii Weal Iiulit's wai yi'yr This amazing result obtained by PYK In competition with a Score and More other British makes speaks loudly and clearly for PYE lupremeey, V7 I vita jrou t> IngpajQi our latest nn-dels. and we will gladly arrange demonstrations. Be sure however to book your radio early as quantities %  re limited once more. P. C. S. MAFFEI & CO.. LTD-AGENTS. RECENT ARRIVALS CREAM SHORT-SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS AUSTIN REED COLLAR ATTACHED SOFT FRONT DRESS SHIRTS — AT — C. B. RICE & Co. OF BCLTON LANE =S



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    S 11 i % %  I i .1 II II I I 1.'ia. ^uttiiau aduncate SIX I I VIS V r it r . ~> W.I. SCORE 344-4 VS. LANCASHIRE Gomes Corrects "Economist 1 1 W.I. Only Trying To Keep Present Standirds (Iruni uiir own Cut respondent) LONDON, June :t. jy*K. ALBBBf GOMES, tliuiruuii. of ihe B.W.I. MiKr delegation in u letter in the / roaumusi this mofatag, corrects nne or two statements on suijar talks which appeared in Uul paper on May 2lt. Il inu that ||M B.M 1 labourer is too hii-hlv paid since nearly till pee cent of costs i;i in *%>;es. %  I ..poinh. OUt. tl It llM I'. W I .,:. nothing more than u maintenance ml %  whole B.W.I %  %  %  __ _ to way YK\r Xl'itifif w thoae of Britain l_fy fiiiiiitit Vide the solution Of the West Indian problem. "Kverj possible tflbrl tu thai and made '"i own than a century in these lanos wli>i' %  ifjai .< I md up to drought i•-. "Unfortunately the l!WI have no option but to pin then Hilly on sugar." On Tnesoaj. the it \\ gates will inert members' of the Empire Economic Union, and on Jtin H. UW9 BSVS .m appointment with Ihe Conservative Partv imp. i al Affairs Conunltlaa. Three Shot; Two \\ ounilcd .Maniac In P-os .HMrtwOii* UMMM C..:*r*ponmt' ."•ORT-OF-SI'AIN. June 3, The British Waal Indian Auways oi'< i ii Chacon Street, in Hie IKMM ol I'oit-ofSpaln. wai HM scene that morning of %  bloody vandnUa which lan In its wake three dead and two critically injured. In broad daylight when Iba metropolis was on tha throes of a but? Saturday morning. Alieguemente Franco, a lt-iear-old MaraCM Village hunter, walked into .itiilrative offices of the U.W.I. A. and demanded .i job Whan ins mquesi ma turned down Franco quietly pulled OUt a shotgun which ly hidden behind hu back and shot MisMarli BK W I OH, -' year-old stem. typist, in the Stall Manager's office, dead Terrttied employees ran hflti from beserk Franco, who made a tour of the Individual onVes, apparently act on annihilating the entire staff F. N DOT. l*puty United Kingdom Trade Com whoso offices udjoin B.W 1 A -, peeped out to aaccrtalti happening and mat With %  hail of bullets. He fell dead In a pool of his own blood. Meanwhile scores of mercantile clerk* and other commercial workers thrc line office in Slim Goes To Egypt FOR DEFENCE TALKS CAtitU. June 3 F Maishal Sii William f of tha Imp* UJI Oeaeral Stall, arrived here to-day foe tnlka with I rpl %  laht, which anexpected to include I %  : avacuauon of British troop* from the Buaa Canal 2 During his slay he will have a nil. of defence talkwith Egyptian leaders and npresanta_ Uvaa of other government god outside the air-land will be receive! by King ittempt to disJFarouk. i the ruthless gunman Reporter Stuns llim One person, however, Randolph Mauge, "Guardian" reports] lanti %  r p %  i vd and ran upetali in |0 Pick UP '"• oltlee ttrlka UH shoulder, momenlarilv stunning him. Franco, finding himself with only on'* .bullet, five minutes in killing himself with his own shotgun. The tragedy shocked the entire community and (or hourBftOI the city was In confusion. Shame Mohanied Hosetn, 33year-old B W.I. A empl earlier put up a heroic singlehanded buttle with the gunman before being subdued and critically wounded. He is a patient In the Culonial Hospital Secretary Shot Kenneth HcKamta, u.w.i.A. Secretury. was shot through his leg by Franco ai he. came to tin* other side of the building to investigate. Lastly, half a dOBM empiov.-.-. made darini by Jumping through wll climbing down telephone poet from a second storey building a on pace S : HK I'oi.u SI\:MI i, at the Qarriaot Ti BIB ;,, Barbedoi In Ina Autumn %  %  i %  Hi will see Egyptian Cabinet An.i>... ador Jefferson Cflet> Irend Ambassador Maurice Couvt Dt Murrlel, Auatralhui Mlnhrtef aude %  I i Itlah and Con In-Chief. vlall b coming %  i the dV Fnoce and the United st.ite on Mni. lie Beat anna pouej •particularly as the deft oca the rtratafilc canal tone would bo one of the most bnpofi i %  la,— Reuler Woman M.l\ Pleads Guilh Of Treason BBAtiUE. Jim. A Mis. A. Kieinorova IS ola former i/iihus oval •I Parliament, pleaded guilty ti tuuvai 'f hicii trea %  espionage before Hi s i PrafUe today. She was the seventh in antet ihe dock m t r .> inal of 13 Czechoslovaks in eluding four former Ifomben it, which began here foui days ago. veil have admitted guilt Klafnevova named Mr Carroll Pary, Ihe present UuiUnl Stale. In Prague, as one of th i>'rs^is with whom she had baei In contact. She said tha: (Dd Other reports were sent \< Hubert Itipka. former Czech leader, through the French KmlMisity in Prague. Mrs. Kleincruva concluded wit! the statement "I have nothing ti my in my defence to excuse my COndUCt". —Hruter "TAKE OFF BLINKERS" POPE TELLS WORLD "Hot War" Threatens Hnmanity VATICAN CITY, June S. The Pope 'ailed tn-duy on Mankind to "take oil the ind fact Miu.nrh i e aootaJ problemi ol iht A hu-h threatenM to gpvelup iiumnnlty in the flamet hoi wax He uppealed i %  ki|i>in**|Bitorft Ul the ii latloi iate un.111 opwrauoo :. inf undei iiMuia and in hii p o a t-opecauvi condition ig sali.-i %  pohe am a n it that 1 iievin hau h general am ami state ol ^o-id. It also the statement centauufl.1 olUon oi intonated that the Attorney GenUttemenl naxt week what action it would take. The jury at Guay*i trial were .ludfe Albert ft 1 onsideration the poasi1 mtj nf the caw -Reutr Sforza Lauds France's Lead IN POOL TALKS PARIS. June 3. Italian Pi ter Conn: Carlos SI' ( Prat %  I %  Co I %  %  ti and business < unan plan %  I Ml . %  part ot national mad 10 in %  %  UN keys of E'.n %  he said. — Urn" 1 ? lory. i • 1 %  F u aaoay 1 %  i ban recenl Ihna-i owi i talk I i Lot %  don .".. .\,i Bai. : . %  aeatw r ARCHBISHOP NEAR DEATH %  \ A ui a 3 ip ; hmael rVrdomc %  %  I lUetln. —Keuter KINGSTON WITHOUT BUS SERVICE aly thai' i pylng fee n the A hole world for wide%  .it. run bring a ly", he said %  %  I ii •dlmlnateii -ne which more than anj Ihe rulnoui IH to touch off ;ii expsoalon <' a hot war, i in. rnnit War, Incomparably more • Id icrnahonal Social Study CongreH ifl Hume Uia I" many experimei.i I been made with mass product and exploitation whieh < %  i.i ihe %  %  soil tha almoal l|.eixl|l 111 Ihe thr < conom) and th %  %  %  Lai .. %  ,i turn out to be realisable lie .mi Wi ii %  iava no BKN %  of I.I which narrow the field of vlsi. vast problem ol unemp %  impi> to .< bette) the sum of Indlvl i labour ID tin i nd The Pope |h> I who wish i. pOUey further in this dl tion strike auaiii^t a Umlt, \' fiara UH dai %  Ui il lha >rkine claaa % %  "> %  follow the on of capital, which laJrlng awaj main) %  produc' %  IbUlt] of the privet owner %  i . %  -. transfer It to tru i %  bllity of %  %  %  mild a. • %  .' %  . all 111.I it WI %  I those who know iii|i..itance of privet" proi favouring initiative .. d the deter%  ploymenl Ne induat %  %  nn Uberalawn if th. Iteuler. SIX VI TlOiSS MERGE l\ CO. 1 L 1 M ) STEEL POOL Historic Day For Europe BRITAIN HOLDS BACK Students On Anti-American Slrike %  %  %  %  i •" with I on Uv %  %  %  i... % %  ,.i d I l I %  II ., *..11_d. m m.lmit *• fwclu sum of Di w i %  CollogM. 2SJN Police nd police I rlofa ba % %  i II) planned foi The Comi naj pro* % %  ated %  i tl' thai the ban i %  %  i Hibya Park, a | Of Tokyo ollce Un< ( Uv i %  • both P Uv pubta a> on page Belgians GoTo Polls Today BRUI I] I'' %  i . %  i Lllcd King %  %  %  %  l i %  tl* %  %  i %  . %  Plying Saucer May Not l$r A Mystery NEXT WEEK LONDON, June :< The "flytng-aaucen myat\ be i leered up when Ith M Id al eel :ii.smith Kenalngton 8dhel. June it. Oeoraa "" M to-day nn vkm will be .i i Ucl -i own "flyiuKI %  before World Wai I i built tt.i m .' Rl< hat % %  to] ortei %  rhli alrcran, I claJ %  i beUevi thai li %  . %  that what i I'llll.II I: I kBOW that |WO Amen. n. %  ompanlei were working on the idea, then \l\r\ amalited, and ihe 'flying %  ..i. i ii %  itu ban aid at name the two American coi -Kealrr ) Stnllmeyer, li Valentine, Lanco 1 I %  ; r w ii J T. Ikln, J \ i K. Orii %  ard, JC. Pollard %  %  %  the inii %  %  total II n rhan In eighty Japs Jailed For Assault TOKVI >. .; ;i I United State today -em. %  !„ ..I ighi Japan i U) terms i,f irnpn from tiv. to in ye.ii i:. II. i laboui Tin a.MUiulUng live \ soldiers on the IniperlaJ piaa PI i ui'. . an 'K |* t t.i t,-. view i" higher autl orltj The Japanese CumiiimlHt Party anet he In proii. • ,| pamphlet', dlatrlbuted at P (".it.-il Hie %  Patriot i Military Tf U.I" -Kruler %  ; III his first u i ihe ir ii low to Qrtevca in lha ill hail lot I ... Bill Hi. r, t. iih-.i'l'miit mem that i > o^ Worrell, i i KaiMifTr Ihe (eolial I %  auahlra leaaue ehih retoaaed fei Uh Uuju M U not In-hldi'il in the biiirlnn BMa whhh shewed tva ihaaanwi Oeaapirtd Wtth the team uhl r> i has first century o| the l> reatarday, when he hit 114 against Lancashire. He thus became the first W.I. player to score a century against this county He i-I 1 BUJ m the Surrey match when he scored 86 —Central Press. %  .m could %  holders a> %  %  %  m-n of the Government Tran^. 1 aoaid. decided upon %  taxis or got lifts from friendIn n,,p,te the sometimes rather tramcars. He atmosphere during U %  %  ' %  [...•. %  is abaoluteh no am. tension In Franco-B %  Bntaii be are full) %  leading Brl II I % %  1 %  % %  -' ; Historic Hav A Oovi %  It was the that six % % % % % %  -.. %  %  • It was iujt lurprtalnf, observers hare said, thai there %  ipatlon the Continent had no < %  pared the Continental nj I unity gj SB parr ft 21. Pastoral Latter Iteml 1 %  : : %  D "1 %  %  %  King I %  1 atforming %  %  %  %  1 -old son, 1 %  Bi 0, but would not %  %  mass dclowing an %  —Keutrr I'ri/.s l.ir. Wffkt 1,.-. 1 I. I f I frMiesel I.M 1 %  IM r . %  Il 1 K H V ->|irnl lit 11 IlKI 1 \-.1 I....I.II 1 IM / 1 %  %  wtmt --.h IM .110..


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    SIX I I VIS
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    W.I. SCORE 344-4 VS. LANCASHIRE
    Gomes Corrects
    "Economist11
    W.I. Only Trying To
    Keep Present Standirds
    (Iruni uiir own Cutrespondent)
    LONDON, June :t.
    jy*K. ALBBBf GOMES, tliuiruuii. of ihe B.W.I. MiKr
    delegation in u letter in the / roaumusi this mofatag,
    corrects nne or two statements on suijar talks which appear-
    ed in Uul paper on May 2lt.
    Il<- s;ivs that the comment that II.W.l. rusts of siij-ar
    '.:'"!".: are too hiyh. is tantamount |Q sa> inu that ||M B.M 1
    labourer is too hii-hlv paid since nearly till pee cent of costs
    i;i in *%>;es.
    I ..- poinh.
    OUt. tl It llM I'. W I .,:.
    nothing more than u maintenance
    ml

    whole B.W.I

    __ _ to way
    YK\r Xl'itifif w thoae of Britain
    l_fy fiiiiiitit
    Vide the solution Of the West In-
    dian problem.
    "Kverj possible tflbrl tu thai and
    made '"i own than a
    century in these lanos wli>i'
    ifjai .< I md up to
    drought i-. '
    "Unfortunately the l!WI have
    no option but to pin then
    Hilly on sugar."
    On Tnesoaj. the it \\
    gates will inert members' of the
    Empire Economic Union, and on
    Jtin H. UW9 BSVS .m appoint-
    ment with Ihe Conservative Partv
    imp. i al Affairs Conunltlaa.
    Three Shot;
    Two \\ ounilcd
    .Maniac
    In P-os
    .HMrtwOii* UMMM C..:*r*ponmt'
    ."ORT-OF-SI'AIN. June 3,
    The British Waal Indian Au-
    ways oi'< i ii Chacon
    Street, in Hie IkmM ol I'oit-of-
    Spaln. wai HM scene that morning
    of bloody vandnUa which lan
    In its wake three dead and two
    critically injured.
    In broad daylight when Iba
    metropolis was on tha throes of a
    but? Saturday morning. Aliegue-
    mente Franco, a lt-iear-old Mar-
    aCM Village hunter, walked into
    .itiilrative offices of the
    U.W.I.A. and demanded .i job
    Whan ins mquesi ma turned
    down Franco quietly pulled OUt
    a shotgun which
    ly hidden behind hu back and
    shot Mis- Marli BK W I OH, -' -
    year-old stem.typist, in the Stall
    Manager's office, dead Terrttied
    employees ran hflti
    from beserk Franco, who made
    a tour of the Individual onVes,
    apparently act on annihilating the
    entire staff
    F. N DOT. l*puty United
    Kingdom Trade Com
    whoso offices udjoin B.W 1 A -,
    peeped out to aaccrtalti
    happening and mat With ' hail
    of bullets. He fell dead In a pool
    of his own blood.
    Meanwhile scores of mercantile
    clerk* and other commercial
    workers thrc
    line office in
    Slim Goes
    To Egypt
    FOR DEFENCE TALKS
    CAtitU. June 3
    F..... Maishal Sii William
    f of tha Imp* uji Oea-
    eral Stall, arrived here to-day foe
    tnlka with I rpl laht, which
    an- expected to include I
    : avacuauon of British troop*
    from the Buaa Canal 2
    During his slay he will have a
    nil. of defence talk- with
    Egyptian leaders and npresanta-
    _ Uvaa of other government
    god outside the air-land will be receive! by King
    ittempt to dis- JFarouk.
    i the ruthless gunman
    Reporter Stuns llim
    One person, however, Randolph
    Mauge, "Guardian" reports] lanti
    r p i vd and ran upetali in
    |0 Pick UP '" oltlee
    ttrlka UH shoulder,
    momenlarilv stunning him.
    Franco, finding himself with
    only on'* .bullet,
    five minutes in killing himself
    with his own shotgun.
    The tragedy shocked the entire
    community and (or hour- BftOI
    the city was In confusion.
    Shame Mohanied Hosetn, 33-
    year-old b W.I. A empl
    earlier put up a heroic single-
    handed buttle with the gunman
    before being subdued and criti-
    cally wounded. He is a patient In
    the Culonial Hospital
    Secretary Shot
    Kenneth HcKamta, u.w.i.A.
    Secretury. was shot through his
    leg by Franco ai he. came to tin*
    other side of the building to in-
    vestigate.
    Lastly, half a dOBM
    empiov.-.-. made darini
    by Jumping through wll
    climbing down telephone poet
    from a second storey building
    a on pace S
    : hk I'oi.u si\:mi i,
    at the Qarriaot
    Ti bib ;,, Barbedoi In Ina Autumn


    i .
    Hi will see Egyptian Cabinet
    An.i>... -
    ador Jefferson Cflet> Irend
    Ambassador Maurice Couvt Dt
    Murrlel, Auatralhui Mlnhrtef
    aude '' I i Itlah and
    Con In-Chief.
    vlall b
    coming
    i the dV
    Fnoce and the United
    st.ite on Mni.lie Beat anna pouej
    particularly as the deft oca
    the rtratafilc canal tone would bo
    one of the most bnpofi i
    *
    la,Reuler
    Woman M.l\
    Pleads Guilh
    Of Treason
    BBAtiUE. Jim. A
    Mis. a. Kieinorova IS
    ola former i/iihus oval
    I Parliament, pleaded guilty ti
    tuuvai 'f hicii trea
    espionage before Hi s
    i PrafUe today.
    She was the seventh
    in antet ihe dock m tr.>
    inal of 13 Czechoslovaks in
    eluding four former Ifomben
    it, which began here foui
    days ago.
    veil have admitted guilt
    Klafnevova named Mr Carroll
    Pary, Ihe present UuiUnl Stale.
    In Prague, as one of th
    i>'rs^is with whom she had baei
    In contact. She said tha:
    (Dd Other reports were sent \<
    Hubert Itipka. former Czech
    leader, through the French
    KmlMisity in Prague.
    Mrs. Kleincruva concluded wit!
    the statement "I have nothing ti
    my in my defence to excuse my
    COndUCt". Hruter
    "TAKE OFF BLINKERS"
    POPE TELLS WORLD
    "Hot War" Threatens Hnmanity
    VATICAN CITY, June S.
    The Pope 'ailed tn-duy on Mankind to "take oil the
    ind fact Miu.nrh i e aootaJ problemi ol iht
    . a hu-h threatenM to gpvelup iiumnnlty in the flamet
    hoi wax
    He uppealed i SPORTS
    WINDOW


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    D)


    ' Ml*.
    Motor Cyclists Go
    On Pilgrimage
    Rom
    ' cyclists
    to-day rode into SI Pi
    receive tl i I n I \hv pope.
    They had come at
    Italy on i I pilgrim-
    ages of the Holy Year At the
    motor-cycle deatl
    from the Poles to ml-
    i i'' Renter.
    fcLove Bomir
    Killer Admits
    Accomplices
    QUEBEC, June 3
    J. Albert Cuay of Quebec, I
    "tiine-bombcd" an airlinei
    kill hi wife, and caused
    death of 22 other pai
    Ihe plane, is reported to hi
    made a statement to the police
    implicating several other people
    In the crime.
    The report* came soon after
    Maurice Dupteaati in 1.1
    aptett) as Quebec Attornej
    (; neial. had eontirmed that CiUay,
    due to be hanged on June 23. bai
    'talked".
    The PrcTnier, who did not
    Benin Had
    Successful
    Operation
    it
    RAE-STOLLMEYER HIT
    200 /\ OPENING STAN9
    British Lft Haiider Gets ilis
    Government First CiMlllir) Of TOUT
    Surprise*t manchesteu, jum 3
    ' A FINE FIRST WICKF.T parti
    over 200 runs and a in IUI i
    Rae his first of this tour were the outal aiding
    features of the West Indus batting to day when
    they opened their game with Lancashire .tf Old
    Trafford, where the Teat will be played on Thurs
    LONl i *
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    b
    I
    1
    . Brtttah
    i

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    '
    ad I i.,-
    1

    1

    1
    1
    1 the Foreign <
    had tali

    ie fund a-
    v any pro-
    1
    M let, ihe French


    day
    Ai the end of the d
    the i'
    o| the tour i" date.

    1
    :

    coring be!

    ...
    "It is thus flint one of the
    pr> ki|i>in**|Bitorft Ul the ii
    latloi 1 man roi
    1. bacretarj i i
    UUa nioinii iii
    '
    actory."
    . nahj 1 Offloa
    thai the Secrvtar] ol .->iate un-
    .111 opwrauoo :.
    inf undei
    iiMuia and in hii poat-opecauvi
    condition ig sali.-i
    poheaman
    it that 1
    iievin hau h general am
    ami state ol
    . ^o-id.
    It also
    the statement centauufl.1 olUon oi
    intonated that the Attorney Gen-
    Uttemenl
    naxt week what action it would
    take.
    The jury at Guay*i trial were
    .ludfe Albert ft
    1 onsideration the poasi-
    1 mtj nf the caw
    -Reutr
    Sforza Lauds
    France's Lead
    IN POOL TALKS
    PARIS. June 3.
    Italian Pi ter Conn:
    Carlos SI' (
    Prat

    I *
    Co
    I
    ti and business
    < unan plan
    !
    I
    Ml
    . .

    part ot
    national mad 10 in
    ' "
    UN keys of E'.n
    he said. Urn"1?
    lory.
    i
    1 Fuaaoay 1
    i ban
    recenl Ihna-i owi i talk I i Lot
    don
    .".. .\,i Bai.
    :
    . .
    aeatwr
    ARCHBISHOP
    NEAR DEATH
    \ a ui a 3
    ip ; hmael rVrdomc


    I
    lUetln.
    Keuter
    KINGSTON WITHOUT
    BUS SERVICE
    aly thai' i
    pylng fee
    n the a hole world for wide-

    .it. run bring a
    ly", he said
    I
    ii -
    dlmln-
    ateii -ne which more than anj
    Ihe rulnoui
    IH to touch
    off ;ii expsoalon <' a hot war, i
    in. rnnit War, Incomparably more

    Id
    icrnahonal Social Study CongreH
    ifl Hume Uia I"
    many experimei.i I
    been made with mass product
    and exploitation whieh <
    i.i ihe soil "
    tha almoal
    l|.eixl|l 111 Ihe
    . thr < conom) and th


    Lai.. ,i
    turn out to be realisable lie .mi
    Wi ii iava no bkn of
    i.i which narrow
    the field of vlsi.
    vast problem ol unemp
    impi> to .< bette)
    the sum of Indlvl i
    labour Id tin i nd
    The Pope |h> I
    who wish i.
    pOUey further in this dl
    tion strike auaiii^t a Umlt,
    \' fiara Uh dai Ui il lha
    >rkine claaa *"> follow the
    on of capital, which
    laJrlng awaj main)
    . produc'
    IbUlt] of the privet owner
    i. -. trans-
    fer It to tru i bllity of

    mild a.
    .'.. all
    111.I it WI I
    those who know
    iii|i..itance of privet" proi
    favouring initiative .. d the deter-

    ploymenl
    Ne induat

    nn Uberalawn if th.
    Iteuler.
    SIX VI TlOiSS MERGE l\
    CO. 1L 1M) STEEL POOL
    Historic Day For Europe
    BRITAIN HOLDS BACK
    Students On
    Anti-American
    Slrike



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    on Uv

    . i...

    ,.i d
    I
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    ii ., *..11_- d. m m.lmit * fwclu
    sum of Di w i

    CollogM.
    2SJN Police
    nd police
    I
    rlofa ba

    i II) planned foi
    The Comi naj pro*
    ated ' i tl' thai the ban
    i
    i Hibya
    Park, a |
    Of Tokyo
    ollce Un< ( Uv
    i
    both P
    Uv pubta
    a> on page *
    Belgians GoTo
    Polls Today
    BRUI I]
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    Plying Saucer
    May Not l$r
    A Mystery
    NEXT WEEK
    LONDON, June :<
    The "flytng-aaucen mya-
    t\ be i leered up when
    Ith m......Id al eel
    :ii.- smith Kenalngton 8d-
    hel.
    June it. Oeoraa ""
    M
    to-day
    nn vkm will be .i i
    Ucl -i own "flyiuK-
    I
    before World Wai I
    i built tt.i m
    .'
    Rl< hat " to].....ortei

    rhli alrcran, I claJ
    '
    i beUevi thai li
    . .
    that what i
    I'llll.II I:
    I kBOW that |WO Amen. n.
    ompanlei were working on
    the idea, then \l\r\ amal-
    ited, and ihe 'flying
    ..i. i ii
    itu ban aid at name the
    two American coi
    -Kealrr
    ) Stnll-
    meyer, li
    Valentine, Lanco
    1

    I ;

    r w ii
    , J. T.
    Ikln, J \ i K. Orii
    ard, J- C-
    . Pollard
    the in-
    ii


    total ii n
    rhan
    In eighty
    Japs Jailed
    For Assault
    tokvi >. .;..... ;i
    I United State
    today -em.! ..I ighi Japan i
    U) terms i,f irnpn
    from tiv. to in ye.ii i:.ii.i laboui
    Tin a.MUiulUng live \
    soldiers on the IniperlaJ piaa
    PI i ui'. . an 'K |* t t.i t,-.
    view i" higher autl orltj
    The Japanese CumiiimlHt Party
    anet he In pro-
    ii. ,|
    pamphlet', dlatrlbuted at
    . P (".it.-il Hie

    Patriot i Military
    Tf U.I" -Kruler
    , ; !
    iii his first
    u i ihe
    ir ii low
    to Qrtevca in lha ill
    hail lot
    .....
    I ... Bill Hi. r, t. i- ih-.i'l'miit
    mem that i > o^ Worrell, i.....i
    KaiMifTr Ihe (eolial I auahlra
    leaaue ehih retoaaed fei Uh Uuju .
    M U not In-hldi'il in the biiirlnn
    BMa whhh shewed tva ihaaanwi
    Oeaapirtd Wtth the team uhl I

    III
    Ion again tied
    the West 1 n down to

    Pollard

    i nd sti.ii-
    '
    nei In the
    ittlng two
    . il |i
    1 ined h hall
    five mlnuti riving HU
    if'
    cum mo
    :
    II liaise I
    KINGSTON. Ju

    Ihoul an otnnil
    as employee* of the Monopoly
    : any struck oi
    Hon
    W A Buslamanie and Other
    ofllcer* of !'..
    ^ the strike.' n'
    with representative! of the
    lane 3.
    i

    inent of the v





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    industrial
    1.
    ALLAN RAi;WI opening left handed boUimar, > r> i has first cen-
    tury o| the l> reatarday, when he hit 114 against Lancashire. He
    thus became the first W.I. player to score a century against this county
    He i-- I 1 BUJ m the Surrey match when he scored 86
    Central Press.
    '
    .m could

    holders a>


    m-n of the Government Tran^. 1
    aoaid. decided upon

    taxis or got lifts from friend- In n,,p,te the sometimes rather
    tramcars. He atmosphere during U
    - . ' '
    [....
    is abaoluteh no am. .
    tension In Franco-B

    Bntaii be are full)

    leading Brl '
    II I
    1 .-' ;
    Historic Hav
    A Oovi

    It was the
    that six !
    -..
    It was iujt lurprtalnf, observers
    hare said, thai there
    *
    ipatlon
    the Continent had no <
    pared the Continental nj I
    unity
    gj SB parr ft
    21.
    Pastoral Latter Iteml
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    SOSDAV AOVOCATI
    \OI Al l< 4 |.| u n\i:.M,\ (M.mb. OpM
    TONIGHT to TUESDAY NIORT at 8 30
    Warner Broa Happv New Hit
    "M LADY TAKES A SAILOR
    . then the fun begins!
    htnta| JANE WYMAN and DENNIS MORGAN
    with EVE ARDRN
    Directed bj KMa..... ?
    ttm
    BRITISH NBWSl "V.I Indies I.......1 up at Ixirde.
    Internaliunal Fmilhall: Filmland's Win
    EVEREST TENVIS
    < Mil
    DANCE
    M OlEIVS IAKK
    'i
    IV :!citii JONI
    Music: Mr. C Cliliens
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    -IMIU A MMMIVV .". A I* 10 I'M
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    I.MMtl AIVMIM Mill
    Thrrr !>> tnaairmrnl Tarsdiiv \Yrdnr4a). TI.urs.lJ.
    j A s 311 p.m.
    UTS SII'KII ATTHAI :
    mvma un
    "BLUE ShtiJ.S"
    Bin* < rosin. trcd Ai.Li.rr. Jojn 4 aullirld. BUI* Ie\Vdf
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    hispi>ri$fi Smith..
    hi,
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    : LALl>. BKENDA MARSHAM.
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    open lor
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    at
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    euro
    lo the Music of
    Arnold Mean well's
    Orchestra
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    \ L-isl 2 Minus To-day
    > 5 and 8.30
    > Vlili C POX I'rescnts
    I "when mufl ooan i
    MMCIIlNt. HOME"
    J Men a l urs. .\ .nil K.w
    \ "HlBI M I! AHIIIlt"
    .1 si.w .11 \l : i-r.i.
    fajiib galling
    r Art
    ft 1 morning
    1 M ; .
    Off to Press Conference
    j TON ' I.C. led
    .. by T.C.A
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    '
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    a in 11 here on a four
    it, to (a-iada
    fc* iwo brothers Richard an:;
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    i pajroi
    HnsMaya, and
    be coming home this
    Returning Tomorrow
    MAJ B
    for 1
    afternoon on a

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    ** and Mrs. lavaa
    'I- Qtrl 11 rla
    .ftrrnoon at ihe Drill
    ' ~* <' \> - i ,. K.
    Or, Hoa
    . ,ni;i'M
    III .1-. Nil;! H |li
    "CAKACAS Men I
    GLOBE THEATRE
    TOMTK K..1II p.m. MON. & TUBS. .-, & S.1II p.m.
    Mnl 0 SABU o: Flora
    KERB ROBSUN
    II*
    "BLACK NARCISSUS"
    KXIitt KATHl !
    Unusual Latest Ncwsrcel Fcuturing - -
    Tile Famous Kcntm-k.v Derby
    Spei inl Short -HOUSE CAT"
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    San m hayakawa ;
    W.-dnesd... June 7lh ..ml Thursday Klh5 S.3II p.n
    "Mss 0U-- /too 11 rmr\"
    (Rod CAMERON and Fuzzy KNIGHTS
    AND
    -Munr #.v i'MtiiHSE-
    lTuih.ui Bl Y ... Merle OBERON)
    CALLING LOCAL TALENT!
    Vnind l.rl.i I ,liiin
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    YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED
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    j will i>o ban

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    Embassy
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    almotl a year.
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    GAIETV (Tn Garden) ST. JAMES
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    ITSII IIOOK-N.iv 0 to IS
    PRONE -039
    To Graduate Next June
    Miss Barbara Khtch, daughter
    and III C. 1
    Km li atudylni "Honour Bni i
    irt GOarsa at the Univer-
    ' ol Toronto returned f#om
    Canada yertorday by T.c.A.. to
    spend Die Summer Hot! I |
    her iKiieiiis who \rCre al the
    meet her. She has
    '.i lad her third JI
    June.
    Living in Canada 22 Ycnrs
    Mr AOBREf li.vVi.KV

    in Caruirin for twontj I

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    iniirtli trip hn.e nre h- In :
    I visit to
    li IM4

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    I than i-
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    big with nth th
    LJnu I Monti
    i boUday here he Will
    | with hi* brother Mr.
    Artie' Bl ' H
    Here For Four Months
    MRS H l atoLEOD, I
    Mis* Ron
    .1 Hon. and Mr D Q.
    Leacock, and bai young aon Ian
    rrlved from Hontraal
    by T C a iiri i aaband who ;
    i Stu* nl wfn |oln h it

    Mi- Mi I pemHn i
    four mono
    Regular Visitors
    V*if. and lira, Emt M v
    1*1
    hcen regular ^ I

    B N I. A
    Mr. M-
    I 1
    Sun Ltd.. and Mi M, Parlanc
    ton "-I Kat
    of Harrtaoni Plaotatsaa, Si Lues
    Thtj -in ix- ban until lha
    end "i" aTuna,
    awhile," Q THej
    i.impanied by tMlr
    ran, J -
    van
    , bar gra
    ...
    ' I an alons; with other
    For Indefinite Stay
    MI S S EVELYN G1LLIATT.
    Mar of Mr. and Mr*.
    t A (.illutt arrived Irurn Cana-
    da by t. c. A. yaataiday a
    lor an indehnlte -
    She also graduated as a Nuiaa
    In Peomanr, fraro the Royal Vk--
    i... I!
    Her brother John, -he told
    Carlo, us with the lloyal Dank of
    all n Moneton, New Brns-
    wick.
    at the all
    I 'Tit*.
    For The Travel Agencies
    MR and Mrs D$ I
    a both n Pi
    arrlvod froi Cat
    ly T. c. A. to spend .. hoU uq in
    nd .hi- staying at the
    to Toronto Mr.
    Young la Ti i ntative ul
    T C. A.
    They m I ..rr, .,. \ aI UM
    I load area all over the
    island, which tl. .
    lha ..ii, Md, itii the help ol s
    iar they p| JS mucii
    - possible takltiK lot. i
    EOT the Travel AgancaM
    'back home'
    BY THE WAY
    liy BEA i Hi ii \t IS I. R
    A HEADLINE in letters a mile
    high and three furlongs
    thick proclaimed the other day
    that 'Production is the way lo
    ring."
    Tl..'
    BOt made hastily It
    rM not a mere m
    sptnlon H eras the i
    u ol iperta,"
    . Mnl .ill the way to Anieru.i.
    nd there discovered this hithei-
    to unsuspected truth.
    in the dyrauruV
    onurMait.i' fj-rrui of
    iirc)duc-
    ily tl..- .
    Tomorrow, In an arUela
    fty | n i Ki
    To w rim|
    lha light
    of the beel ootampormr]
    T/ir Inn n I ion of H. Xo*gal
    THm .. man at the fair
    of A ,:i i h a
    throuRh
    a irun bar "'I coutae it wasn't
    .ide of lrn"i> with I
    D porting to be nougat, but
    JunliMj itself sotio aeot.
    I'ortlaiui .-tune, made me envy
    Urn. And then, uturally, i
    thought of the Dougal of Monte*
    lunar, .he mouti-
    Lhc Vis.ii.u-. which (the
    nougat) Mme. de Seviime. who
    an, nuzzled
    so greedily.
    M place rivals Monte-
    'louaai, and thatI Bay
    r. withoi.: fear o' contradiction
    Or hone of rewardthat place I*
    Ca aty Tipperary. It
    Is not generally known that nougat
    'was inverned by a rub
    .- native of Bnurg->a-
    k I Pan<>
    lUir .Aflrr Ear
    A SHROPSHIRE pig that naa
    -* a second left ear growing
    out of the lirst recalled to me the
    ' l M BMHau plaoKaol
    heard that Profeasor
    PHTIer of Stench am Oder
    wanted an assistant. He adver-
    tised for the part, and the paper
    "Hophomologisi, eight
    cars in one place . ."
    W I .SUIIHIIXI-
    1/ i i KATPATTJ was take.
    raatairiaj by an official nl
    try of Hubbleblowing to
    ve-. new mammoth sausage*
    i the mafihtna which oao
    turn out 14.000 tons of prime pork
    avary H minutes. Th
    M'Bo was handed a sueculen-.
    lump or meat-like aubstance. Tnh
    he rliieed In the holder. Thct..
    with a deft motion of his riprr
    hand, he pulled back a gigantic
    levei. which released the grinding
    Plates and knives The walls and
    the floor shuddered as the meat
    took the impact, and. with a clanu
    the huge machine lell to piece--
    The knives and grinding plate
    tinkled on the floor in fragment-.
    bltt of the ceiling lell down, and
    the meat dropped like a cannon-
    baU, dinting the concrete lloonn,
    left without ordering
    aftbar thO machine or the sausage.
    neat An official said. I*
    couldn't have been flnt-quatl*\
    gristle.
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    SI'SDAV. JUNE I. If..i
    -I SIIW AliVOCAtE

    The Bitter
    Halves
    l|vl .V.ll.'l > |sn
    NEW VOltK.
    In Chicago, as in mo*t Aim-M-
    ean citie*. poliwrm-ii are not
    allowed to belong to a union o:
    striksj tor higher pay.
    Bui tr\t Chicago official* are to escape
    Nearly BOO i
    ..
    tormini an aasM.
    Their purpose, arcurding n
    Mr*. Robert Bretag. tin
    dent, is to .icnionstrati- on their
    hmbanrts' behalf
    W* figure the dt3
    cannot blame III o*.
    itretag told on
    i limes .1 hundred
    or so angry daoMi Bra own
    cfntcttvo U:.......i
    An addiliunal tiring to thu
    police*ivea' bo*: It will not do
    the officiali much goou iu nil out
    tha police to break up their meei-
    inga.
    Dr. BR1STOW. the man who
    decide* what is taught In New
    York schools, pUkcd ;i good day
    to announce his new experiment.
    Hi..,ii lines said that more thj-i
    :ii0 Americans will not be back Nt
    work tomorrow from the lirst
    warm-weather bank holiday of
    the year-Memorial Day
    Why not" They are all victims
    of motoring accidents. And ac-
    cording to the experts most of
    the casualties wfN
    That is because the young orivt*
    has become the gn.r. A I
    menace
    HE IS show-off. Uv
    National Safety Council, Uylnfl to
    impress hi- gill with I
    tricky driving.
    Dr. Hristow' plan I
    reiponsible motCN
    next generation St .mug thil
    autumn, he will maki
    just as important a subjtvt II
    New Yori's high m I
    inatlieiiiatics or history.
    STARTING next week, the New
    yoth doataff win at*aj
    his (Hitient's call even v.
    at the theatre or playing golf. He
    will be reached through a new
    shortwave radio MrvicO
    Each doctor will hnve a code
    number And every time he !l
    wanted intently, ;i transmitter
    will broadcast his numlni H lea |
    i\ei. nlaute, The doatthT will
    tarry a poakat^aus I I
    er which will pick up U
    i st v. .'.run .1 2J-iini. .
    \l iIm 4 .mm,.
    Three Came Back
    nH tv.
    LOOKING BACK over recent picture-, that have wen
    here, it seems that, at last. Barbados is got)
    the new film*, and this week there are at least three'
    more Irom which to choose your week-end entertainment.!
    On the dramatic side of the ledger, Uaafw "TiWf"
    Pick" and on the comic side "The Lady Take* A Sailor" ;
    and "The Great L

    ,*-M0:
    Lai's start with the laughs Brat
    Tim- La*1 I'ahn A atallar" star-
    ring Jane Wymati and Dennis
    - playing at the Aquatic
    Club and is an amusing romanti-
    comedy art) .unround.
    Jaauuaav aattlth, a smart >oung
    I
    -.V in ii in : ax| la latloni i I
    i.ighi aosenee appear to b
    Dk Dave) Jon**, the
    only person who can prove her
    ham to do so. as Navy
    Mtal be maintained re-
    garduii: Hi.- undersea vehicle in
    I was detained. That, in
    brtaf, i tha atorji and there Is
    plenty ,f aOOBO fur comedy, farce
    ami lapaMefc. Jane Wyman. in ihP
    i ila <-( Jannlfai can undoubtedly
    handla light comady with as much
    i Una and Dennis Morgan.
    nun partner, gives nn
    amusing and enjoyable perform-
    iince. Not all the situations are
    entinlv believable, hut the set-
    tincs :md photographic shots are
    out of the ordinary. The music is
    good, the dialogue effective and
    there are plenty o! laughs
    throughout the film.
    At the Plara (Oistin-i is that
    f the doubleMake. the
    gag and the wisecrack. Bob Hope,
    in his latest rllm. "The Cireat
    Lover" As the chupeton of a
    group of nhnoxlous Boy Foresters
    returning fim a holiday In Bui on
    . ii to walk the straight
    and narrow by hli chargesm
    tobacco, no alcohol do women:
    Maanwnlle, he is rooked by a card
    sharp, wlm thinks nothing of
    : ,; tha odd murder, pur-
    sued by a bankrupt duchess who
    Ihlnfci in nag mlHftif. and tmiti)
    ally la aecusad of murdm
    All tin, Und of iioihin., gives Mi
    Hops ovary opDOftunlty of going
    through his whole bag of tricks.
    uhull he promptly does. To quote
    an independent American review-
    erThere's nothing in it (The
    (ire.it Lovar) that hasn't Lien in
    i thir Hope films but with the
    Paramount Comedian, handling the
    tin- -'< :me. 'In., timiare. the
    aha and tha gag and wise-
    (i nk. iliey're M1U an fresh and
    Kiui:h-pri>vuking as if tr..
    bean done baton The ComadJan
    is provided with sufficient humor-
    - keep the chuckles
    coming at a steady paee
    And now for the serious Illm.
    Tin* Empire Theatre is showing
    Three tame Back" starring
    laudatta Colbart, with Patr
    Knowles. Florence Desmond und
    Bagaua Hayakawa, Tins i* a pw-
    tui isatioji of Agnes Newton Keith's
    book "The Land Under The S'
    and tells the story of life in Jap-
    anese prison camps in Borneo.
    during the last war. The struggle*
    of a mother to maintain ar
    tana fag naraaU and her four year
    old son. under conditions that *
    sub-human, are <-<>n vim inn.lv and
    gikphically depicted and tha sense-
    less and inhuman cruelty ..f t.u
    Japanese guaros I* gfcown in .ill
    it* brutality. In eootfaal
    n.en, n the enemy Colonel, tor
    whom it is possible to feel ajraa
    i jthy. and who contributes prac-
    tically the only signs of humamtv
    ii ihe pan i.f th.- enemy. Scene*
    vuch as the inachma-guuni'ig of
    Austi.iiian soldiers wh'le tinting
    p il women pruoueit. tha) at-
    tenipunj asMiull on one oi tlti"1
    women by a Jap guard ami the
    IruUl flogging and kicking of the
    women ar* gha>tl> la as)
    Ism. but they are all pan ano
    parcel of events that NO
    pened at that time, and as such
    have their place in this film
    CUudftM Colbert, excellently
    cast as Agnes Keith, hi convincing
    and restrained in a part that make:,
    great histrionic and emotional de-
    mands of her. Setuc Itayakfiwa
    u the Japanese Colonel Is out-
    standing and Patnc Knowtag and
    Florence Desmond were both morq
    than adequate In their respective
    supporting roles.
    The music throughout Ttira*
    Came Back" I* immensely effec-
    tive, the photography excellent
    with many of the shots taJMB In
    Borneo itself The studio shots
    are so authentically depleted, tha?
    it la practically impossible to '"11
    whieh Is 'he real Borneo and huh
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    B.F.F.A. DEFEA T LODGE
    IN K.O. COMJ'ETITION
    ON a soaked and slippery pilch the B V V A it-am de-
    ! tied Lodge 3 0 at Kensington Oval when the third
    tun- of the Knockout Competition was played y<
    Till TCEBT tWDI
    wlefceta in the ii
    TiaffoKi
    eared on;, hi .
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    of fi.i
    fifir fixture i .it Old
    IBM West Indlea had
    > noun ol plaj before lui i h were uniustlflablv
    hould have been mure enterprising on
    \VIScore344-4
    vs. Lancashire
    From Page 1.
    ind he completed hi* century in
    hi- | hours fifty minut,
    Just before ihe interval Stoll-
    ho had hit five fours in
    a itood wicket and in good aun
    In ma kill U I wi at Indies' performance today is about the most
    tOUl opened. Tha
    Ml i | |n a dag iindei I imported conditions is relatively
    low nrftM I"i the West Indies but I am comforted by the fact that
    a, on the iv. ot their first Test Mfttch at the same
    pound, have been batttna at Teat Mat* I
    WHO COL'I.l* BI.AMK TIIKM?
    WHO could blan Who could begrudge them the obvious hl!i "ghly three was out to a h
    i| to goal than batting machinal t., the tempo of Five- ""turn catch by Hilton
    Day Teal m played la England before!
    r'< a Still fail to hail Jamai | W. [| 0MB1 opening batsman
    '.'. Indies In a Vflcr Tea
    hi t i!., n.iMi evci alnet UM3 have been visiting England from as ,. m~. ,,,, lHn,u, ,.n ,
    far back a* 1900? T"1 w ' f**** m
    Tha Waal iBMflOl I. i ccellvnt move ,n lWD nouni *'f""r ,'*a Ihe '*"
    in Test Ua1 M Ol the cleverest of 3 more wiekrts. and at the
    _prot>.o aa Of -trategy. Berry, Lancashire's moat elose were 344 for 4 Rac AM
    promiM it, the !e;iin. and Sonny Itamadhin. Hines Innings ended shortly after tea
    Jotoaon, I'm JOM tha W. bawling bets nnd Frankie when Tattcrsall templed him
    Worrell, a UitMiii.....1 world i la-- aic not m the rank, of the Wesi forward and wicketkeeper llar-
    In.lies It ..in .is well. \t.* jh! the rest. He batted four
    I should not at all b* irprtavrj If SMpptT CixUlurd decides lo bat nour> twenty minutes and hit
    tomorrow until lunch tune, then there is little chance of his forcing f, :irreen fours and a six.
    n BUtrigM .'in .mil the chaiK-es of losing would Ik- infinitesimal.
    By
    'rrnoon.
    Two goals were scored in the first half and ihe thu'l
    few minutes after the second half began.
    . Flaying in Ma which started
    before the match, the B.F F.A
    boyh started early to press Lodge
    Chceseman the Ixidge School rign:
    winner although the ball W I BBal to hOVt pvei rwata b)
    wet and slippery controlled it weM Mating on Sunday i-st thai
    .h nftnr receivme a long oa:,s NovcmU-i This was of course D ran fourth behin.f
    from "tockT cen'.e Xri| Pw Brown C.irl. th. m, my
    Kramer, ran down, cut In and] dear sir. fo. ad you
    hat looked like a sure goal was
    TAMh rOOTHALL
    fWOTSAIX thai nwaa n alvad Uaou imo two Knockout I
    1100 nxUin 1 H.I A BWfhOWd I'olnc l>> three goals to
    love. Football was ot a very low standard out UM
    bring out iho goniui oi itoobie Parna o: V.MJCA.
    Here waa a Dlayai hai ami I bai annowal
    .,,. whan ha dm an aotnii
    out then he movea io oontn i i in um a au i s
    No olhei player in the match could bg .-:ingieo oin IOC ji>? pU -
    UCUlai mention ., IhgQ ,...i all out of then .. ( .i
    CCUatoanad to ihe Kensington conditions.
    but I unisl enlighten that school of Uiuught who |l
    uti .t :nat the^e teaiii, should not be allowed lo pnrl
    mipetitions because they cornpata in lower Divisions.
    The rules of Uie Knockout C"oiiip'lilloii allow any dub gOliatod (""r^'Uiii noi iut
    < thO li A F.A.. to enter and If weak teams antor, LM] BTO OOUUPa*
    > .io so Alter all we are at play and not at politics nor war.
    B.F.F.A. DrvFF.AT LODGE
    On a soaked Kensington pitch yesterday afternoon, a ton
    ... ..I the Barbados Knendfy Football Association dOOkfttad
    Lodge School in a Knockout fixture at Kensington.
    Ihe standard ol play reached a commendable level Indeed
    *as a standard much muie satistactury than that obtained Ui
    many First Division games this season.
    i>xlge gave unmistakable evidence that they are au fall with
    the liner points ol the game and their abort passing and ball control ikm
    .substantiated tins theory.
    The Barbados Friendly Association leani. drawn from more than
    a dozen clubs, was quite confident and played good football.
    1 am looking forward lo a very" ihloreMliig game In their tix'.u
    in the sccomi round draw.
    at the la by B.F.F.A. custodian Finder
    whose anticipation was surprising
    Very shortly after this Clarke
    . playing at centre forward for
    ^fo tV-rnvsoV'.^krl "**- * ^ven a pan. from
    Simpson at centre-half and wasted
    no time by running down and
    kicking- (he ball Into the left cor-
    ner of the goal to open the scoring
    for B.F.F A.
    The Second Goal
    Having scored the first goaf
    B.F.F.A. never slackened up and
    a few minutes after Glasgow while
    trying to clear, from a ball whic!
    apparently was spinning in thl
    air edged il to Fowler who toon
    ,. the opportunity. He stopped the
    Everton Weekes followed with baU und ^punched it into lb
    a brilliant Innings of 59 scored in rtgnt , of the neU. King Irk.
    80 minutes with the aid of eight i^ge goalkeeper made an at-
    tioiindarlei before he fell playing twript to save but was too far !>
    back to Grieves, who also had ,ne ieft corner to do anything
    Marshall caught at the wicket two minutes before half tlrm-
    aftnr he had playWl well for 44 B.F.F.A. missed another chance
    Walrott II and Christian) 3 to score the third when Phillips
    logathir when stumo* were with the ball well under control
    rirawn with the total at 344.
    The scorw:
    WBWT INDirs 1ST INNISGIt
    flo* h Tatieiwll
    . i - ft b Hillon
    Mnii-v b Grwv*
    w.^ke b GrtevM ..
    W.looll
    in-v
    BMraai b it. i h
    Total Pall of wk**-l tor M. J I
    ' f..t JSfJ. 4 for MB
    P.OW|JSn AKA1,VSU
    O M 1
    ''" '' H *
    WMe-
    rtnw, * *
    lhlton *
    w a ii
    kicked hard and high over th'.-
    bar.
    After half time Lodge mai'c
    some attempts to open Iheir scor-
    ing but fullback I>omiy ani
    Hayes were not afraid to tackle
    and clear when the occasion aroaa.
    Their kicking was accurate and
    rtrong and UM was one of the
    chief reasons why Lodge did not
    score. Meanwhile Clarke at c
    tre forward for B.F.F.A. appeared
    very reluctant to tackle and mor
    than once he just stood up and
    watched the hall carried uway by
    his opponent.'' who nt thlfl rtagg
    were making every effort to scor
    Nevertheless he showed h:
    worth when receiving a short pats
    and scored the third goal fi
    B.F F.A. More opportunities were
    presented lo the B.F.F.A. playerr.
    THE B.T.C. MIDSl MMKK I'KtMiKAMME
    The official programme of the B.T.C. for the Am;
    ppoarta to-day Pn.
    Increase in slakes which UUa
    A class races are all up to the $1,000 m haa
    time to get there but I do not think the system has been too gradual
    With Ihe local sweep selling like hot cakes it is also certain that the
    Cunt money will be increased. Therefore there is every reason to
    lieve that a Aral pn/e will be increased by about S480 I
    race and this will make the Stewards' Stakes worth around H.figii
    Not al all a mall figure. I think it shouU attract B number
    vts from Trinidad
    But i alao notice iii.it the il.....ao9 open until
    while il ends on the 12lh. In that case W* might Milfci a loss UI
    two or three who will want to remain in Trinidad for Ihe Arim-i
    meeting which comes at the end of the same month. Already It is
    lumourcd that Storm's Gift will nut he coming back here after the
    June meeting. I hope there Will be no others.
    The Secretary of the B.T.C. I see has also stuck to the names
    hosen last August for most of the race* and it is hoped th. t it will
    not bfj long before we stop referring to some of them at least as the
    first and aecond A CUM BttM Oh How,,,- l think this will take
    some lime because we have got into the habit fur tha aoi
    now and naturally it will be difficult to hienk Perhaps I can glVO
    the new piaciice some help by,romlndlni fOU thai the Stl
    - tha big A class event (01 atayon and mldd *
    liei and the Carlisle Stakes tlu* big print evOttl of UJW meeting
    The e will alwayi ba aauclatod with an
    . : i to tea that ihe BtarXoi v. haa a
    e of f 1.000 It Will now be the rkhoftl prize M the >eai |or
    MALVEKN
    MUCH || not Knowi
    who are due to '
    history. Malven
    F.C. OF TK1MOAD COMINCi
    i locally about the Malvein F.C of Trimdad
    isit Barbados in another fortnight but heiejs
    has contributed liberally lo Trinidad football
    ins in the last four years.
    When Trinidad wag making its football tout to British Guiana
    1940, the search for a centre-forward was on. An unknown
    youngster named ('.niton "Squeakie" Hinds caught the selectors'
    yes. He was then playing for Malvern in the second division,
    but his performances in the trials, to wluch he had been Invitml as
    a result of his heavy goal-storing, were Such thai he was an automatic
    .lioice for selection and for the second Ume in Trinidad football
    history a second class player made a Trinidad representative team.
    SOME CHARACTERS
    SINCE then Hinds haa toured Surinam. Haiti-Jamaica, and B.C.
    again apart from playing for Trimdad al home against Haiti,
    Jamaica and B.G He failed to make Ihe team which toured Jamaica
    early in 1047. but "Potty" Lewis and Lio Lynch were chosen from
    Malvern. and thus three of the Club's players had been chosen to
    lepresent the Colony even before the club had been elevated to tirsl
    as status.
    MAl.VEKN MADE HISTORY
    IN THE triangular tournament in Trinidad later in 1947 when the
    Club had actually been promoted. Malvern again made history.
    Trinidad needed a victory for the last match against B.G. in orrcr to
    n the tournament, and the selectors called on Ihe entire Malvorn
    fiont line of "Polly" Lewis, "Squeakie" Hinds, Fedo Blake lnow in the
    PS. studying dentistry). Phil Dougliu and lao Lynch to p>J for
    Trinidad In addition, Carl Waldron was selected lo play atleft
    I.alf-back. so Malvern had six representatives on the Colony team.
    B.G. were defeated 20, and Trinidad won the tounianuir It
    .._ the second time that the front line of a single club represented
    Trinidad in au intercolonial match. Maple had done ll previously In 4. suv rox_.Pitn.ki to* ro
    the 1930's einocii
    In all the club has 8 inter colonials. Hinds, Lynch, Lewis. Ill.ikc.
    Douglln. Paul Carr, Kenny Akal and Carl "Picky" Waldron. With the
    exception of the last two. the others are forwards. Akal. a full-back
    was picked for the first time when Trinidad went to B.C.. four months
    ago. Carr made his debut on the Haiti-Jamaica tour In 1949 and also
    went to BG. last February. Douglin made Surinam in 1948 and B.G.
    In 1950. Lynch came to Barbados in 1944 (before he joined Malvein)
    ami also toured Surinam and Jamaica. Waldron has never placed
    abroad.
    Much Id'al interest Is being centred around the Intercolonial
    middleweight hout to be staged at the Yankee Stadium on Tuesday
    night. June 0 when Kid Kalph the local nuVml. r f..r middleweight
    honours meets Fighting Bailey of Trinidad.
    A visll to Ihe training ramps this week conviin- d DM that Ralph
    is in fine turn Ir give* his llnal exhibition before the bout this
    morning al his training quarters. Savoy Club. Mason Hall Street. .,".*
    Meanwhile at the Hoyal Club, Nelson Street, Mailey Is going at cm.Ua>
    through his |tces with a calm and quiet confidence. The Bght should TBrnbrow
    be a ROOT! one on Tuesday and I hOgM Will rWJtorO I U j*J DM UTO of Vu*tdv Jus* tth- Harklin*
    the puhllc appreifation and supi-rt which has Ix-cn so woefully lack- rod- at si t*oni.v. it-ki^
    iug in recent years and which local professional lighting of live year *** *l*"vJ.v!i TSSShIS
    ago had s, successfully attracted. " '"""' M'''
    SIR CHUNG WINS %S^ST^S, 3 TAT,
    RACE THEN DIES f^TSJS^Sl&SS.
    The referee wns Mr L. Thomi
    Barbados Advacata Corr*wondrni
    GEORGETOWN. June 3.
    The closing day of the D.T.C.
    May Meeting was marred by the
    Midden death of Sir Chunti -Mar
    w.nnlng the Stewards Handicap
    Mi Dyals Talyang's Sir Chung
    was being led back to receive
    I : tan bon the Graml Stand with
    Vvuiiet up when he collapsed
    and died on the track.
    Kesults are;
    l.llll-l s ll\MM( '. I ..- I :,,.
    < 1... 11
    1 TICKfK'.S KITTY (ONriO 1*1 lb.
    IIOUr-STHETCH (Sunicat 1JJ 16..
    J TOY BOUn >Ck>r.*lii IIS lb*
    . VILI.IONAIHE UtamirFtl lit lb*
    Tinia I I i" H Mca.
    UABDIN MANDICAF7 rarlaaf*
    ii.- r
    I ANNA TASMAN lYvonrO IN 1
    1 Alll B3KI Simlchi II* Ib-
    1 rKNSIVE ittr-am 1ST RN.I
    I BIO BOY ".*!.' IM lb>.
    -II M \'kli- IHMiM \l" Mil, 1"- .J
    riua n:
    I ma CHUNC HvoWli 12] lb-
    1. OALLANT MAN iON.Hl IIS Ibi
    1 VINDIMA (;n/lt 140 ".
    4. pANCINti MASTER tUnuwt 1J8 II
    Turn 1 mm- a
    II. II HAMilnr-i ....." (la**
    1 MIFIS SIIIIU.RV <0'Nrili IIS lb-
    2. HUMESTIIETCII iSurOchl
    T\n-r : 311 *
    niaiiToa* iMM'H m i.,.i..,|.
    Ciaaa u.
    i rosin iQaaaiwai \>i a*.
    3. lit ACK EAOI.E lOoblni ISO lb..
    THADE WIND iSui
    IANIIII \rMil* A !
    (la** E
    ANNA TASMAN iGoblnl IJI lb.
    IAIB ECHO iSunlrlo IM lb*.
    MILLIONAIRE .ON-lp 11* lb..
    I1IQ BOY iBwMr.i Itl lb-
    BIO
    Tim* J n
    I II \Ml in-
    lANIHCAr la>lai>l*
    ria** A !
    (.Alt ANT MAN iH.r.ri(i in lb*
    DANCING MASTER .Far.hav.i li* II
    VlNTllMA ifinnrjilrri 140 lb-
    B.F.F.A. KNOCKOUT
    FIXTURES
    KiKrhaal Filial**
    ;h Hanarri v. National
    tw: Mr. O Graham
    in at SI. Leonard'
    'Ti'ir
    and the linesmen were Messr
    Harris and Cntchlow
    'me Lwanu won
    LOIMIK King. Williams. Gill
    Glasgow. Welch. Brooks. Barrow,
    Cheeseman, Hutchinson. Kramer
    and Farar.
    BiF.F.A.: Pinder. Denny,
    Hayes. Waithe. Trotman. Simp-
    son. Carter. Fowler, Clarke.
    Phillips and Yearwood.
    Weifhtlifting:
    Frank dc Souzu
    1950 Junior
    "Mr. Guiana"
    lAdvwalv Corraapondaiil i
    GEORGETOWN.
    Youthful Frank dcSouza was
    on Whitsunday morning crowned
    "Junior Mr. Guiana, 1950" at th
    President's Birthday Show In
    honour of Dr. Cephas Whitney,
    and Body Beautiful Contest at the
    Aslor Cinema. Runner-up
    Albert Ferreira.
    DeSouza who was runner-up 01
    1949 displayed the best developed
    body and "best arms" out of nine
    strong men.
    Albert Gouveia created a nev
    record In the squatting when wi'.l
    a body weight of 170 pounds h
    squatted with 410 lbs. But It wa
    145-pounder W. Squires who came
    out on top with 370 lbs. according
    . to the Hoffman formula. Gouvei
    waa aecond and J. dos Santos 141 i
    lbs. who did 260 was third.
    In the curling contest A Gouveia
    came back to win with a curl ol
    105 lbs. while S. Richards 150 did
    140 lbs. and W. Brusch 15 Blao
    did 140.
    Only one contestantD. Critch-
    low came up for the Dead-lift
    ""* event and he hoisted 450 which
    Pro- was 90 lb* away from the record
    I Jg held by Kenneth Gerrajd. lit
    year's champ,
    ilrst pr.
    thai etna
    J am wondering now if the IT' h ..; about
    the pri/es lor the Deri o. stakes
    Is to help the owners cope frith I COat of Itabk upkeep
    i rige that the owner who braoda n f> b -nciuded.
    The Derby prir.es have been at tile for some years.
    Perhaps the committee did not < Item Wrhen thai wen
    naming the eommions of the classic so fur in advance In that case
    lid keep il in mind lor future use. Will they il :
    please think about raising the Derby Slake? for 1952 immediately.
    ' am under the impression the first subscript. race close
    some time around October this year In order that the 1951 Derby
    might not suffer is it possible that an amendment can be made so
    that the stakes of that race can also be raised-
    After all we would like to see the Trinidadians again taking an
    interest in our classic but how can we expect Ihem to do this if the
    Anmu Derby Trial Stakes is also increasing. a> I am sure it will, while
    in- i.... r ticking -'i th* mud W* mi haw the advantage, ,n"
    if WO eta increase it they may he tempted to take a shot at $3,000
    .nstead of waiting on the Arima one worth only about $1,900. It
    would also serve to increase the i la-.^ of our classic.
    LIKKLY DERBY i AMUDATKS
    ->: .ikmg of our Derby reminds me thai en tllmuiatlon list has
    already started foe this race, firel on la Bow Bella, ft is under-
    stood that after racing in Trinidad in June she will not be coming
    iHick here but returning to 81 Vincent to iwail the rigour* of Novem-
    ber and Christmas perhaps. It is alto probable that we will not fee
    Bowmanstnn judging from ihe way she was raced last March.
    The task relinquished by these two will be passe.1 on to then
    respective stable companions Cross Bow and Watercress, the latter,
    in all probability, sharing it with another stable mate Collelon. It
    is therefore likely that the Derby Held will be made up of the follow-
    ing : Cross Bow. Watercress. Colleton. Apollo. Pharos. Brown Giil
    l m iterance It will be as good a held as we hnve seen if the
    above seven turn out but it would make all the difference if we were
    allowed to see what Bow Bells and Bowmanston could do among
    them. After all there is no proof positive up to now that tithe) w
    them can stay a mile
    PREPARATIONS FOR JUNK
    Preparations by the local contingent for the JuiM DMOtll
    going apace nt the Savannah on mornings and a number of them
    Itcgu favourably already. The A class racing in
    Trinidad will be well worth watching with Storms Gift and Pepper
    Wine in the field. Both of them are going rather well Of course
    we know U takes Storm's Gift a lot of work ti D up and
    perhaps she will not be at her best in the T.T.C. Plata aftaa real of
    several months. But her appearance does not lend to support this
    \ lew on this occasion. I quite agree she has put on some condition
    bin it looks mostly like muscle and not surplus fat. She certainly
    seems to be giving Identify a rough time of it at exercise.
    Pepper Wine looks more like the frisking kitten we usually
    associate her with. In contrast lo her general demeanour last
    March she ap|H'urs to have taken .i new lease of life All we can hope
    lor now is that she does not run into the ill luck she did last June.
    She will make it very difficult for any of them to beat her If ahe
    keeps up her form.
    I was also Impressed with Mr. Victor Chase's Landmark. She it
    [.till running into condition but as she will be mainly concerned with
    print events she should lie tit enough by the end of the month. She
    \.'i | fast.
    Perhaps it is peculiar but anotnei who impresses la the roaring
    Pharos. Can -i three year-old with tins condition train on? That
    is the question. We have seen the gallant little Fuiioto do wonders
    n\ei Rve and s:\ bill the trouble was always hampering him a bit.
    Can Pharos do the same? Present indications are that he might and
    ch a good looking son of O.T.C that i cannot dJieard him
    altogethei as a hope for the Trial Stain II. .Inn: In- woik
    with rellah and i shall be following bai form In Trlnidnd. with con-
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    RELAX!-WD GET
    A GOOD GRIP
    ttft/iirniinf iIn- 1ml I II # JUNE 4 NO. 122
    RELAX Now dm. i .- I
    i'bom that handicap that won'
    come down Relax, and ynur gam"
    will improve. And (kM
    i club*
    I started i>ul
    i
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    hapes. and i d......I think Um .
    siKtiltM nu t%i. Maybe the)
    helped, in. i m i
    much inarr oMeaSatfy.
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    question (,i pdfl I:< ....line* hn .
    show my rather unuual grn>.
    and the ones hr-i< *i
    usual Harry V.,
    I
    grip when I was ynum:
    hands were ion uhj 1 to hold the
    dub any oti t) ^J
    hand grip ha< the thumu point in-;
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    I (Ind this give* more powei
    but I teach all my pupil
    lap as you wn \
    lures.
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    never lift them.
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    not destroy the ai
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    out strain. Then on liie
    hit past the chin Ukal'i U
    Rial sliriuo
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    with the clubhi .
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    : lit hi hand, and
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    ha
    nt to pi
    i iuat I"'. (ht and far
    i ii-i.i,.- i >i tut handi and leg*
    will go a long wo) lowai
    mg tii.i! m
    DONT WdltliV t.H. mi
    a stlfl teft leg at impHct 80BM of
    nan In th.- world ran
    in., with Um raol ith .. bent
    impart
    .I prtiwtiw tip
    . t -tmi V on \ nhi
    urorrj t<*> much just be-
    i. i ti.....I al 13 I '" .'-.>
    ourae praciJ i Toi
    improving youi
    rot instance rou um.....rtgni
    nd lor moat iiimii:- .nut. uotur- 1
    ..ity. n aWrlopa much mot*]
    iid grip
    -*.. u- ii. eoncaaarate okw
    oui left band
    VOn Ni.I.i. Who is aliout
    i BjOlf-COauVMUg mu havu
    i i mat, always earries a golf
    iround .i, hi lackat poeket
    Hi idea ir to grip the ball
    .;.. grip, n i.4v to mi-
    i ai powei. and von
    .......t NM strung!-- ki i.
    I know in n man m> small
    an avao bap four goif
    ,g.-i driving your car b) conqBBl-
    IIung your grip on the stoanBg
    -heel to your left hand Tha un-
    vennes* of right and hafl hand
    [rips i- the most ootnnaon cause of
    1 ad golt
    -So. ju-l |a Im- giHiik On with, ge'
    lolling i im on youi
    toll
    Keeps Enqlnes Cleaner .. ~ M ..... >i h
    i Iran mi g pfoparilse > '*>< ' pro*..... boo i..in
    leraataal " rttal engliM aorta b urlaaV *:. pistMu,
    OAHMng ii- s'"-
    Ml Hill l>. >
    ui> i.k maavh im*i '
    _ a .-... .. h,
    > i>kak IM and '"
    I .
    a ^ lm
    *?>, w's.ii-
    Improves Cor Peiformonco Bv.
    rig boofi *"( .ngio. Ii ho. i......get Ban .
    faatofi Telowta ajuaehar, in-ri.tm Magrtbai an hi ig Men
    Pr*lanfjs Inglno's Utmt Isoaai pawtarmMi (eaafrtn.....
    laM eai >oor rngini- miM raajltlara li-r I.J..I.I- j.i.l u.rr.
    liduU, gi*r muir tr(> mt J|>< nJahl. MIVlCl iVll fQIU <>> '<
    today loikang> uni oil lN'- Mobil..tl
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    minn of Ihm
    . A IH i.li':l*Mll.l.
    ii peeats i
    , ,-....., rau
    Hmi im. is only talk
    . rowing i.-
    t asji imm aasa la -i*
    ssasa iniew -" *
    van a t> s-i u "e
    W, || . MM irn-ai '< Ml
    , | IM MoK" Ar
    .s that h.
    DO strong. It b
    ol tra aubnaad ttia
    Ha : ,,..
    i- swinging
    ui .lub wall "ill hit the t all mua h
    liiithei Lbg 'tig i
    ..sing she* i i no Um-
    od
    are the |>ei f. COnbUiataOt
    Tbara an paint) or va]
    tha ii.a.ds theus ..
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    trait m lha k fl mii u clut<
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    Official ProgrammeMid-Summer Meeting, 1950.
    HIIMH1 Till. Till IIMIAt Mllh iiml S\llllll\% I'Jlh All.l'l. 1040
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    sparkling. roHrcahlni
    drink ii liclps io kaap
    von daU msidc as welt
    it IuiilIioii. hv deaaaaVJ the mouth,
    sailing the .[oiiisi-h anJ toning up
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    THE- IDEAL FORM OF LAXATIVE


    P.U.I -l\
    I NDAI ADVOCATE
    -i Mm nun j. i5
    Six Nations
    Merge
    a From I'.ji- i
    id .1
    would Moci-ie herself
    effort.
    T** leVl <>I !r. Al tfwmBIUIlltl.tr
    SI0.000 Passed For Aid
    To li.G's. Small Timber
    Operators
    Opposed
    People's
    Democracy


    -The French, Qwmii
    liL-lisai. Luxcinlxiurif ..
    goverrunei.:*. in
    Uon to pui nie scon
    , if |-,c. I.
    and ..( economic -iid social pi
    ,.t assigne-i to then. O
    G
    I i

    r
    their
    pooling * the produ.tnm of
    coal and" steel arid Ihc liutttulM
    ,; ;., .. | g|i tvhose ,-rn winches and tackle '
    '
    main. Bslgiiim Italj I UK"
    tin- NiMQ*nait.i- .mo the cosjolfaa ; mo. mdum to ihc F
    which insjy ndharC m ihe future nance Con
    Host Anxtow
    Ac i .
    that they ore most anxious to be lh
    anvciat-l with rhea. discussions, pended largely
    and h.. "* em>'1"
    Um n peel clear to the Pressd
    the cftici-
    ,. tmeroii;
    ewakm
    pricitt t the Frencnfj

    i kntarnnUona]

    PRAQI i
    i Mi ii intltka I* raloova. 68-
    | | : .
    .
    i The i*..i quota
    : Kingdom 91000
    I I Bowth defendant in
    B| thai they wan thr treeon trial of II i
    ind noi hi alovaks before IN Stata I
    Ptmui
    The formal National Socialut
    t.. in-l,- Dep|y who .cvimieil frurn I'arha-
    rnrnunlel raw to
    i S units. baal I Ml
    equiptneni win ba pui ..... ..,.
    When ha* bei
    ,. ni ihi af..111. i the charge oil tug
    * to Hi.- I,nut uf the li
    of ihc Tan-Tow Zominova -am aha ami .,

    tbm a: king them how lung tney con-
    are t" be sold tO O .i
    la era would
    'i a formal hlti i the Czech
    t Boctal ..cip ti> join fon i
    I ariri i !" tin- Social Deinocmts and
    tig ol skids and
    ittvcf abroad war* la contact
    ifmtf
    faML
    mod .ii'i

    % 11 icciioa against ill-hcalih. j strengthening food for
    there's good/*.- id 'Kepler' for all the
    KapMf contain* viumins A and 1> and givca
    -.'/ otff|,i.fl nouriihment Its swart, malty flavour
    KEPLEB9
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    When-
    Colds
    strike
    remember
    Phensic !

    LTD. X IrM U.
    t^"lSi UaiV'aMBl^i"!^"!'"!:" :h'' sm"U "l"''"'" *'> the Agrarians
    ..-^t'ucm, .... |. "ll^"
    practical I I j I
    Sw*SSB bTtSiuS .;i.h.; h.,i
    .. .roupi will uke advanug* ol Uib t. > local loader.
    -^a%.....j^ *ul th.^-^ <* a*of* engaged in the working of the scheme
    proposals inspired by the French The i
    :.,> 9 m order that
    i bo ready to make Mich cradle
    umi it, nufactun onta of S6*u. tb
    . i.f r- i ivl Kr<>upx she U allegetl "
    :ind there Is already such UMH truups but thol I
    .... in lltv I'lin.fi. n .v ith II i i'
    Aroa by the Kabacabburf Amer- political^ reorguntution uf :hc Na- \
    iidtans

    iUon
    Workable Scheme
    The British Govorunonl
    aiiixlow to do their best to see
    whether u workable MhOCM OOtlld
    be produced that is fair and |u-t
    to all concerned, and they feel thai
    this couM best be furthered b> .,
    .
    tries iiitaeaatvd. -i whui l
    lioi B i
    pedinotfc mrti
    problem at asue could I
    and leCttod ''>
    Vtiiiiiiiistrator lo
    lU'plar*' Medical
    Su|MTiuleudent
    i
    Red Peace
    Campaigns Are
    Camouflage

    uch a reorfanhutlaD at
    an undcrgruund >
    ...

    .in, j;,n Buehal, gn-
    ii t. 11
    btllt) of l^boUlOtl h ihe police
    Mrs. Zeminovu said th.. Bachal
    bad toU her that he. Pi.
    Ivvice written to Praatdot I
    H'*i.e offering In Like tin pp ,
    th<- mntfatr by
    QEORGETOVrN

    the liiulu HoifaUi,
    rfatcta I"
    If il.erwicl. Goveroi
    preparod to conlemplale a fn post .-i Hoapital i
    approach, and '" '"
    of mini^em lo reach aj .Jce
    aare f"i the opening of Provwion ha* ln-t
    the negotiate: Baal nataa for ihc new po>V
    Government would be ulad to par- ami the DtrecUn -l ICaflacal Begv ,,, wh|cvnnc|rt ^ wul unlt,
    tlcipate and they have to inform- vteai dlacloted to-day that the IOUU,, u. |h wnr\A ( irustn.ti-1 hermelf trmsldrered Ihat Buriial wa
    ad the French Guvernmen' s-.c.ry nf BtaM !or the Colo- J^r,^^^ bragging She also ihought he wa.
    ?*L2!L ^"tr itSSK ffcd to act Mr, liana liane,
    widow of Ihe ITrsi'i':
    CUi'ENHAGEN. June 3
    iteg from 24 countm .
    ;, lending the Internallonal Suci.il
    1 iiference here today i.mfe. antl thai Pn-sidi-nt Ben"
    ' a resolution describini: had .ent him. Buehal. a written
    Peace Canipaixi- i'1 fly
    . .i !i.u,>|>arcui camouflage fur .> "We know about that. YV< bav*
    l licy of domination". aTt that reply" the State Prosecu-
    The moluUon said "at praatot lor Mld
    .-.!:
    Eaeafnova said that ho
    parties. The Comlnfon
    recking world-fedcratl
    ment that the officer
    slu.uld DO Ihortmghly experu-nct-d
    . poattion to assut In '' i""11"!. it.
    tratnlni local rof The anxiety ereated by Cc
    airmlar lay administration posts in form ,,!.( constitutes
    other hospitals of Hie Colony l! ^ dmnVfT to ,

    i
    ntr.net
    .,11

    ill iii-ii Govenun^nfl
    Siir|irisr New Announcement
    Hritaii. Utat
    communication on the Behtlinar
    plan to pool Europea l coal and
    steel as France prepared to give
    the signal for negotiations to be-
    ginwithout Britain.
    HriMin's latest obscr.
    was learned, are based on a stud>
    by the Foreign Office of the
    "eleventh-hour" talks last night
    between Sir Olive, Rarvay, On
    BrtUatl Andjassador. and M Roherl
    Schuin.ui. rracH h Faratgn Mm
    and author of ttkt |-ol paaB
    Time were still dupes th.it fit i
    tain might be
    way with the negotiations, but ;i
    French Fix eign Office |
    declined U> say whether he thought
    Britain would stun Ihe junt enm-
    muniuur du* to ba faauad lo-dai
    in the name of tbi Watt 1
    countries who have agn I
    terms of the negotiations.
    Sir Oliver Harvey. \n<- British
    Ambassador, delivered the latasl
    .niiiiiiuiii' .iKmi Ittl I I
    elgn Office tab innming.
    I: an in Ihe form Of jri amplifi-
    cation of the nole he gave to M
    Scliuiiiaii last night.
    The French ipol.agO.gn aald the
    rnmmimique anitnuiiciru: IB Lotl t>
    national conference lo form u high
    European authority for coal and
    steel would "almOB. ceit.iinlv" i.
    Issued to-day aceardini to plan
    It was uxpci-tcd about noon.
    PraoM i reach
    ment on nartmg wgoUaUotu with w '
    i.s Italv. Ik'lgium. I '' '
    Holland and Luxamooura Bui B ' ""
    tarn, with an open mind on the "
    principle nf the plan ,tseH. hai cuaalon ''l tbi
    refused to commit hersell In ad- ''
    gall
    bj
    JUWI Stlyjkrin
    Lotion
    mthCfl
    SuMkria Lotion with
    on brlngi / .'.
    to H
    rcpl.Kc Ihe natuui olli aMeh in ii kmi/ it aCttaa .\ dtaanni ii> *JI
    HI health-giving lotion : rt contain Pure Silntxrin.
    food. A few minutes d-uh "*f with Silvikrin lotion
    aiII bring nc Ufa, health and vhaJ ty to >our haJr, and i-itl keep it
    Two tablets of Phobic with a little wates
    will quickly check a cold or chill. 1'heogfc
    Mxin dears the head, take* away the burn-
    ing pain behind the eyes, the aches in the
    limbs, the distracting headache, and helps
    to bring the temperature down. But best
    of all, Phensic relieves the depression and j
    fatigue thai so oltcn accompanies colds '
    and chills. Be prepared for colds keep
    a supply of laaanafl handy.
    i solution added that, u,
    \ ; ni tin f.n i the onfei fn
    h iixiu-ri.pi CcanbuTotTi
    :., alxml world peace.
    ! d 'Pea i
    i.i 'I,. Con Infona parties is
    DChlndM sInuiujii lu train.|>arent caniouflagv for a
    nj llrilin '"'alitarlan poUey of domination
    watering down ol t
    mm parucipsuni coui ti
    U to the principle ol in. i Ian ba- '1"1'1 M'
    fore ^. t< Oft B*0?j 'cdvictinn
    '
    Dm in.: '
    Mr. Bevin and Mr Aeri
    Loodon. M llorinat, who was
    .....b BXp" und
    lo Brltl h experti li known lo
    have i-r: lerntlnntlon
    . uvttve
    .
    of Hie plan, whittled iwi) Into national authority.
    British
    Hural.....
    The "high in'.
    Cuiiftreuce claims that
    demands the iniei-
    i
    all tilings and the Inti
    abolition tif the atom bomb lu-
    ll control tnu I
    lively guaranteed.
    Submit Terrilorie*
    Oovenunaoti must be praparad
    to submit their territories .'n
    the intcr-
    fronlier -Rruter.
    -t11.1< iif On
    Ajili-Aiucricun
    Strike
    VNa. fage 1.
    now i esecuotu
    The Itudanta* ilrat open >! aaiii*
    t.i tha oceupatton oceurri la
    inontil when IhajP shouted dowo
    Dr. Ells in piolCbt agaiusl hi. '
    iiiogiamme purging suspeeteu
    teachers througnoul
    About 300,000 eomrauniUe* I

    a km went on '
    24 hours today lor UM aea
    ay 22.
    Waga naaaaatlons, rajun nd
    t.rst Mrike, w
    -
    perfectly groomed throughout the d I
    raaaaugi, hu,/Ji. -, <. ami nn/i-
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    LOTION WITH OIL
    ^

    ITS HERE AGAIN/
    Keuh-
    iievea that
    i-iHMniition of world unitv
    : .iiietilly delayed
    i inform subolage. Until
    Contlnforn pnllej flung, it is
    tha unite BtlMWg themselves In co-
    unt oparatlon thruughuut the Ursa
    if this authority between world and Ihe strengthening nf
    vanee on Ihe objective* of Ihe plan Par! and London, a l'.teii;n OOca European unity an urgent and
    to pool coal and tari . ornlog immediate nneaaUj
    lnlirn.itintKd authm il y Reutcr Iteulrr Heulrr
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    SVVDAY JIM I m.vi
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    I'M.I SEVEN
    The Loveliest Dress Fve Ever Had
    Irene Dunne Poses For The t \nne Edwards Column
    As [ always layit's |uckj
    M Tf-sand

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    Ik m i> inn
    . about el
    umml up the cMbM philosopn
    of almost vei' -i *.-*nt woman.
    In that sentence


    M on.
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    I'd think
    . 1 u
    buy a frock that people *0
    i'.ll .1
    I expect r.......
    last [or six or seven
    -Met ol my day things an
    .
    black, but 1 have to have 11 Aim
    i '.
    1 1 aM.
    I "nik it's the 1110*1 uecotnttti
    ,:,forma are dreas-
    ng more and more Itl 1
    pans. We only
    the nudto now--
    Lhat the clothe* are very
    :
    Bought '" Baaaa
    in t."
    .....
    I a 1 bjbj *Jii it .
    here
    Quiu
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    . -
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    (ton every
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    : rli:i,> .;." . .
    ....
    ml it's I real.
    ' Vt .-. tm
    now <( that braced ana1 wary
    1 ted look 'hat makes ...
    .. .- ^J ""-"'"> "- try
    / expect ua
    11 .tome
    ..1
    Vhi 1 ...., uM 1 art of tJuecn
    Vli torta it fl 1 . think of my-
    self as an oh', woman. (At 66
    tra much, much older then
    than an) woman - now.) Then
    11 will eomo naturally to lottie
    nv. weigh? M 1 walk ami sit. to ^[y^k
    turn my head and my eyes slowly
    M I* irur
    Think yourself young and you
    An Explanation
    xpla:
    tineas r# Uwt
    I Know . .
    PKOFLE 1 (eel f know all .1
    thout
    -'m J
    fm* lo '"**< the .
    The woman Mi Hafl of "*
    ly UfO."
    Ultchai
    "Whist has been 1
    I he Ctrl In a trade union da>
    pnte (Miss Bcrvl Fisher 1 "who
    her gu
    iicr novonutDU ua -
    as a girl of 20. ana her grooming
    belong- to the forties.
    No Facials
    * rfou doe* she do U? Does $h
    hai>- coaatoai facials''
    "Well no, to toll the truth
    "TaaaXba SfSreia.? S* "iy> hC'"1 P* my yeS tiOWi> T"* '*> '" "~"b.euah Rent.
    Wei 1 u Sink U nee-ls a *** '""" '* ''""' ubou* *"um a -uillnr said
    Wei no. I wins 11 '>*e-i> a Think yourself youns; and you ..ura u/eekea la known in
    .spceiui b to do thorn ,,,,. ,. .. ,^L .,?.,? ,
    anil h.- >ooW'1 "''" rh< Lth- Moth.,
    Dief then' An F-xulanalion Th *""'*" who put this in
    "I eat everything, but in K <" i-i-'' M..i-
    moderation, you know" "Perhaps that explains lome compelled by local cOOdJUooi lo
    Home beaulj, treatment vr- thing. Perhaps i( you vlart with exchange pleasant COUntrj
    daps' natural assets of the Dunne quality for foui --bedroom flat P
    "I did once read in an Amcrioi | haiol eye;, and a nose that start* view of trees "
    caper that Irene Dunne kept her straight and suddenly turns up nt
    lion smooth by laying Uw tip', perhaps, if you have .. I'" """ AaTOOl
    f cucumber peel again!)! very hap;.. Of] .uccessful *WIIKRE I C'AMK IN
    ' her -kin Hundreds o( women life, and if vou add to it gTooabul lt^'1 >">' that loD
    in to say they'd followed oltho : ,1 .
    Ivlet and it worked wonderv explain a lot Ittwa
    ... ., Mexican
    .1 who [i

    costume bOftOO
    I
    '
    ins- hat. hi
    -Anl
    1
    (iarilniint> Hints
    For Amateurs
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    ^ .naaaiy
    A Utue
    . II Uuwi "i aome-

    n up. 0

    round the
    . . watt
    R Ol the OM
    g light ap-
    \ sratoi eU
    1
    . .. anal offorl
    troah erop of
    iinprt
    which
    a wot d kna>
    onv h
    Verb- u ilower-
    blight win
    the t 1 I which
    nji t w.,.-
    ,niii up the "id
    t p

    the next
    oath*. "
    . n order U> get
    bcoah f a*
    ii Uao old plant as you
    .. anj blunted
    h ttniii in a aeed
    re Kl take root.
    wall rooted take up ano>
    1 the required spot.
    -: a J
    : .
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    does not m
    .1. nut "HI
    I
    1
    pot I
    \ 1 bona looloi krvolj
    1 1 on I'.oik. .....1 ai-
    1 rail down at will An-
    I 1 ri 1 a uif; 1
    1 rativ, little
    1 .11 i ; m
    Vrnon tin la daw Uw
    to rtnttrh up
    thi Irorn gimiml thus
    ti ! riowei
    I tthig for the
    1 New
    r ei
    ; .!' last well in the h
    I OOtk, but cue mutt be
    10 rc-hll the vase i i bowOT-
    b wl with watOT every day foi
    1 Ih Hi
    k up ball bowl of wi
    AT 31. HE FELT LIKE AN
    OLD MAN
    Bo giiitlril
    tilers sho' M
    hero in the clear in Itie ani
    would >
    Bo have i Bui
    I <... \\ u Btreot"
    latest -4 EM, *
    Hollywood Stars Are Having
    . Many Problems
    OTHKftS HKI.Y ON
    BUSINESS
    K> IKfcDIKKK OBM
    NEW YORK.
    For many people In li Uywood
    unemployment now is disastrous
    ; affect about 48 tin cent of the
    lilm colony, and applies not only
    to actors and Ktr>a|OJ, but to iau.i
    ; nd Ola technicians.
    Fewer bie. names an ggtlOd UP
    on long-term contracts than evei
    i>e.farc. Ii.v March 31. oidy 118
    ,,.m were in the happy posi-
    tion of not earing much whethui
    Ihe studio sent for them or not.
    hecauie the pay cheque came
    through the letter-box just the
    tame This was a drop of 371
    from the total a year earlier
    Britain illumed
    In Hollywood, of course, it hi
    I to do to blame Britain
    tm wilfully withholding money
    earned by American picture*.
    Meanwhile telcviaict.
    ing people at home. At. 1
    Hollywood tries hard lo play this
    downthere are too many medi-
    ocra Kim.
    More and more people connn:
    their cinema v*alts lo the "art"
    theatres showlnj, Uritisl
    and Italian productlona. All 0V01
    America the big chains watch
    gloomily ^>i the weekly "take
    shrink*
    The Worries of Flynn
    Hardly a week passes without
    some apotlight being thrown on
    the private predicament of itan.
    Even Errel Flynn. long a Sluu,
    000-a-year man [appBOXlmatel)
    133.000 at present rates) has his
    n n Ii He .,, 1 , ()WW tm.
    OovornaMot nearly .">t).ooo in
    oack taxes, seeks relief In the Los
    Angeles courts from E10.l00-.i-
    year alimony to his (o> 1 <
    Mil ltall.it. an.1 Iht it
    paid (0 ex-wife Nora Edduiihm
    for th suppuit of his t g
    ters.
    a On gato ||
    Far and away lllaiden Twna' most
    popular bra

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    Alfo-ette
    Sontftoe U mhou Alla-trte gel astarili. Mm l <8M ...Hf hoi Woe net-
    tie to oMUioeraNr iveisf Lwii lovtiy icimtiiition. deHnitt teparabon.
    U IbtJHBJ proweia '" *w '* ,n' '< *'a ,,t'b*,t1* "ni, crc^MitclMnc(emllunilraanU(k-tKst tiJUi.ni n HH n tic
    BJdeai.. 2 lack band, lad lw|-l>t-i" ml odott
    iwi a 1 QkMm 5^m tm >>< m gsn
    :::..;;.:...%'tfy *;:::.:-s
    A NEW
    DRUG
    STORE
    opened al
    No. 47, Tudor Si.
    Fully Stockt-t, .
    Drugs, DruggibU'
    Sundries Patent
    Medicines and
    Toilet Articles
    yoir pRi.sf MmONI
    iarefull> and .. m.u. 1
    I ompouiidrd
    Order-. ,-r^nipU, .xuuuu
    An eaily visit will un-
    appreciated
    Thou
    tound the roanoafy rooloro
    YOUTHFUL VIGOUR
    This young man waa balaff
    nremaiuri'ly afd by kidney
    (!* tells in hu lMter
    bow Kruachrri ttava htm back hie
    health aft" weeks of pain
    "l miffere.1 for weeks from
    kidney trouble and iftt like an
    old man Ithninih I am onlv al.
    If I atoopcl to do anything It
    wsn aironv ;e i>ir*lghten ut
    again Several people a.lvisi
    tried them ii'l found thev ve
    me rellel from |a\ln. and I felt
    better in every way 1 E-tull keep
    on with i)i dally dosa becaasa I
    cju uow do my itays work and
    any the worse for tt."
    t".
    and produca trouldnaoi >
    "innlainin ha.-ltat he. rheim \-
    tim anil oacoaatve tattg a.
    Km- her. Is nn* of the finest
    diuretic* or kid nay aperlen a.
    , : daily rtoe k
    .in-l other internal nrgr is
    moothiy and naturaJ y.
    BO tint' 'he Mood stream la
    .ml vigorous health
    Ask yOOJ neai-e-i Chemist of
    Dl tot Kruacbaa
    A wise mother lets habv .IcciJc about
    Ihc milb fbi bottle Iccds. Lots ol energy, steady
    gains, contented days, pratrtul nights these tell her what she most
    wants to know baby is dvim: >rl.-netidly on Osiermilk.
    Why can m.Mher pin her faith d)
    Urmly ou Otiermilk t Hevaute, where
    brassi feedmi; i ditluull or imp.'*'ihl-*
    uu tbcperhvt nsbathowfci
    milk. Oitcrudk h hnrst grad
    milk, dned under the mo hymciiK
    .undiUta>. Hie pricm. great hod\
    ftuddas, U made easth
    by OM rolfct drying poaaBM lad
    important jjditioti". jrc nv
    . hlaad aaajai 1
    il 1 H.,i loi 'in' Hgasi at \ 1U111111
    l> ic help build Btrmfl bones and
    teed) iKicifiuiE i made by Qtaau
    1 ibofovnlei 1 id
    have hern pa.necrs in the
    ment ol l he bcM poaublc :
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    The polish that
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      PAGE EIGHT
      SUNDAY ADVOCATE
      sundai row i mt
      BARBADOS fial AlMX'VTE
      im=-i-------------t---- -i
      tor tfc^ Adrooaia i
      Sunda\. June 4. I9.">i
      I onl nK
      THF i-il
      after the war whs Muni Into
      existence hi I Men
      is exercising the pui I One
      school of tJi" thai the) tune baa
      come for tha abolition
      another advocates tha ratention "i such
      controls as will bril sen
      distribution of commodlt re in
      short supply.
      The point al laaue s/m given amphaaai
      last week wlii-ti Mi A !
      President of the Chamber of Commerce
      invited the members <>i that body t<> do
      what they can to beva 'nils
      removed. He pointed out thai H
      doinu harm to builneaa and prtventii
      competition fmm taking car.- of the price
      levels.
      Since Mr. ToppuYa eriti the
      retention uf controls, the Conunll
      chants' Association have taken the matter
      up with a view to finding out whethej
      controls should be abolished >! retaina I
      From the broader angle, the quaatton
      of controls is bound up with the tTJ
      policy of the United Kingdom conaaquant
      on devaluation of the pound. It is imper-
      ative that such noods as can be bought
      within the sterling area should not be
      ordered from the dollar area >f Graarf
      Britain, which controls the iterling pool
      of dollars, is to conaerve her already
      dwindlii
      One reason supplied for ordering dollar
      goods through United Kingdom exporters
      is that (ire.it Britain lias bilateial .1
      ments with dollar countries. From t
      sources she is bound t<> take certain goods
      which she does not actually need in order
      to maintain a balance al trade with U
      countries if Colonial unlti were allowed
      to order go*>d* from the dollar area without
      reference to the United Kingdom Govern-
      ment it might leave Great Britain with
      stocks on hand which she had ordered but
      which she did not need. When the orders
      are passed through this channel then those
      goods which have been ordered l>ecause of
      the attempt to balance trade, can lie sold
      to the colonies. The suggestion that the
      adoption of this method brings a percent-
      age to the English exporter therefore falls
      to the ground.
      The controversy of controls aaemi now
      to centre around the production of balanc-
      ed animal feed in this island. During the
      war when animal feed wai In short supply
      cassava meal manufactured at the Gov-
      ernment Factory at Lancaster was used as
      one of the ingredients and from this it is
      argued that the methods of producing
      this feed by local mixing justified itself.
      Today there are imports of oilmeal. pol-
      lard and Other feeda winch the cattle
      owner could mix according to his own
      ' recipe, but these items are controlled and
      mixed according to a formula prepared
      by Sir John Saint, h is now claimed, and
      this is the ground of SlWlthaa investiga-
      tion by some of the mercantile body, that
      this mixing is causing an increase in the
      price of the feed and u consequent in-
      crease In the price of licsh milk.
      There are man;, pouita "1 argument in
      this question of the abolition of controls.
      The average individual is without such
      facts as would enable him to come to a
      correct conclusion; but it is he who suffers
      by way of increased prices. The mer-
      cantile body owe it to themselves and to
      the community to investigate the matter.
      Not only the merit but the efficiency of
      controls shouhl be subjected to close
      scrutiny. The wax which ended five years
      ago saw many civic rights abandoned in
      order to preserve the greater rights to
      freedom. It was against the Iron hand of
      state control that the democratic peoples
      would be On
      maintain conl
      aarily in this island when other people
      uring to free themselves, the
      channels of trade and the fl
      municati rid over.
      More School*
      WITH thi ever, increasing dcm.u. I foj
      on ami the scarcity of qualified
      thi Government is faced with a
      problem which docs not admit <>!
      solution. The question however -uses BS
      t a helhei :he demand f..i
      1 itkM) 1.' not accentuated by the absence
      iti re.
      There ran he mi secret U >'
      in forced to remain to second'
      1 koota do so In the hope of ".<".
      paper which will help them
      1 job.1' as it has been an' '
      the Headmaster of Harrison College. If
      there had been vocational and technical
      . schooll in this island, those PU]
      would m>t be able to pursue the classical
      louisi. in the university n even to make
      he best use of that education, might well
      have been sent to technical or vocational
      i-hools. Here they would have been able
      CO get the training which would have fitted
      them for the job and on leaving school
      would have been able to earn something
      ' 1 help them at an early time.
      More important than this is the fact
      thee would not have cluttered up schools
      S numbers have already outgrown
      the accommodation and would have left
      room for such pupils who are now beuifl
      kept out of school through lack of accom-
      modation and who might have been better
      able to make full use of the course of
      studies.
      This clamouring for secondary education
      an acceptance of a condition which
      :t la not within the power of parents to
      alter. The teaching of languages to a
      child who shows no aptitude for such |
      tuition and who will never be able to
      make any use of his smattering of Latin or
      Greek in using a lathe, or in handling a
      ehisel is a waste of time and is neither to
      the advantage of the child nor the society
      to which he is expected to make a contri-
      bution later
      It might well he worth considering the
      feasibility ol having vocational and lech-
      nleal Schools In this island. The Bursary
      System which only touches the fringe of
      the problem but which is doing tine work
      in the supply of artisans shows that there
      are those who are ready and willing to
      apprentice themselves to trades in which
      they ho|e to become proficient instead of
      wasting years at a secondary school and
      leaving with an equal unfitness for techni-
      cal or while collar jobs.
      Heller Yachting
      THE sporting public and especially
      yachtsmen will be pleased to learn of
      the attempt to put Barbados on the map
      of Yacht Racing by bringing a new type
      of craft to the sport here.
      A few enthusiasts who will hold an
      LnformeJ meeting at Aberdare within the
      next few days are anxious to introduce
      the <'ne Design sailboat racing which will
      be complementary to the regattas now held
      under the auspices of the Hoyal Barbados
      Yacht Club.
      Yacht racing has its own attractions and
      charm. The love of the sea and the full
      trash breezes, the swift and silent gliding
      of craft under milk white sheets of canvas
      and the dexterous skill of helmsmen sens
      ing the changes of the wind and the cross-
      ings of currents bring a sense of movement
      experienced in no other form of sport.
      Barbados has always given the fullest
      support to all forms of sport and there W i]l
      be no exception in this case. The improve-
      ment will be welcomed by yachtsmen
      and even by those who perforce must
      enjoy it from the sea shore.
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      DUI MM UK I1K< KKITII M1IKI >
      Silting On I lie Fence
      II* ViJi.iiii* J IsiibliiuH
      A woman complaining *."
      one of the newspaper doctors,
      who are now two up
      clergymen W ft111 g signed
      columns In the Press, -ays her
      husband grinds his teeth at
      night She has been told that
      "in the world of dreamt he
      may be symbolically 1
      somebody he dislikes ."
      FROM nine am. to six p-m.
      1 hear the Iiosm-s culling
      Do th,it. do this, do this do that.
      I m weary Ot their bawling.
      ring thali Mis, a) gorge U
      swells.
      I'm scheming how to cbeat ' ml.
      But things come right in bed fej
      1 night.
      At ten p m I eat 'em.
      Munch, munch, munch and crunch,
      crunch, crunch
      At ten p.m. I tat 'em
      Pram to six p.m.
      I don't give satisfaction,
      I'm late with this I'm late for
      that,
      The bossi vant nors acuon.
      They do mi- dirt, my feelings hurt,
      By day I can't defeat 'em.
      But in my dreams I hear ttaell
      eri so
      Al |n p.m. I eat 'em.
      Munch, munch, munch and crunch,
      crunch, crunch
      pji l m 'em.
      Some fo|k the? .Minder why I'm
      Urad
      And go to bed so early.
      If I'm keel up much after ten
      I'm hungry and I'm surly.
      For those I hale are on my plate,
      Thai's where I like to meet
      ulitlee which will be more diffl-
      t to breal town In thi
      M Mn you went to
      MhRr-
      argument by
      ' 1 mum Face IKc
      Hera are torso people and
      three bags of wool owned by Baa
      Baa Black Sheep The Master
      gets one Tl Dame BtU ODS The
      .'
      ing to happen to that little boy.
      when he grows up'
      iter,
      Ah nil II
      U ttl a and de-
      tnplex
      If, di*ar
      1 1 !i> me is a clear
      .; illation uf the un-
      lerprlvllaiad whi.-i
      i.ii revoluoan. Baa Baa
      arm the capitalist.
      ; 1 1 ....
      ' ni hli business.
      bey was the underpaid
      All right, dear, Bed
      i ri-Kl to the third
      ;
      . \as hand-
      bonus -hares to The
      n '
      ' 1.* nf his own
      labour.
      n who have been swindled
      out of then post-war credits? Or
      naked women protesting against
      tax? Or. worse Ull,
      10.000 stark naked publicans, dis-
      tinguished by the gold watch-
      chains tied round iheir naked
      tummie. protesting they are be-
      ing ruined by taxes on beer and
      tobacco?
      Aunt Nalulie
      "Nobody is entirely of one
      sex. However masculine a
      man may feel himself to be
      consciously, there Is always a
      layer of his mind COD)
      I- altitudes Krncst
      Jaaea. pre>iVai of thf Inter-
      national P r h .. \r 1.11. ii
      Association. .
      They've played ma tricks from
      nine (ill ix
      At ten pin I eat "am,
      Munch, munch, munch and c rune
      much, crunch,
      Al tan p m 11
      Han Baa Week sheep
      Four-y..T-"M ..ho hear I
      B.B.C. programme
      With M..th.-i
      of living in a We If IP Btata
      that they are now q
      mg the athks of Durwa
      rhymes. According to I 1
      respondenl of the Radio
      Times, one of the children
      asked, "if Baa Baa Black
      Sheep nns three baas full, wru
      none for the little boy wtao
      lives down the lane anil wtaal
      happened t WHY didn't the little boy do*.
      the I...... iva a bag of wool.
      Well. dir, perhaps he tea*
      naughty.
      Should he Ik- penalised because
      he was naughty, mum"
      HV ore all penalised U'hen tif
      ure uaughi n, ,;
      Suppose he was naughty because
      he couldn't express Ml personality
      in any other way?
      LillJe boyi shouldn't erprcig
      l heir peTsoiiiihric* hy hemy
      Aren't you rather an old-
      fashioned reactionary, mum?
      Really, dear. You nnuin't speaje
      10 pour tnorher like that.
      If 1 can't speak to ^ou like that
      now, mum, you're pu'.Ung up a
      barrier between our two persor.-
      Nirip Teass
      Iknow nothing at all
      ri .. Doukhocoi
      US a Russian sect who fled to
      - >re than half a century,
      an !" e-.-jipe pcrs..-cuUon by the
      lad Ida secret police.
      Tbatr descendants now perse-
      cuta the Canadians by parading
      naked through the streets at the
      Ughtast provocaUon.
      If they don't like paying rates
      Who does'11 Iktuk-
      hobors of both sexes and all ages
      appear stark naked before the
      .
      tows clan
      ; pa t i Uarrla England
      is lucky lhat onlv English modestv
      an -.".ii.ii protaati Impesstbls over
      Hoe would he hke Downlng-
      itraal flllad with n..ked income-
      THE- GAMBOL
      IM
      'f;']ll^9
      P ^y
      60fiwf A(?P VDo Mf rufl WfrVfc HAD A BtT tJ fVEtfV B*C( iTffc TIU
      THIS explains why your Uncle ;
      Nat is always arguing with
      his other self, Aunt Natalie, when
      paying oh* a cab driver.
      "Whatever are you doing?'' I
      asks Aunt Natalie.
      he 2j. fld." ta\/s

      ! i fans only 2s. 3d."
      TJiere'a lha tip, iew't Iharaf^
      'A sixpenny tip on 2s. 3d?"
      "Yon con'f give less."
      "Why not?"
      "Well' jusr because j^ou con'l. .
      A: ii-as* I can'r"
      "Threepence is quite enough"
      "Rubbtsh."
      "Don't answer mr back like
      that In fact, threepence Is too
      much. Didn't we have twopence
      in our waistcoat pocket?"
      '7/ou' can I dp anpbody hpo-
      pence!* I'm tu>l a woman."
      "Aren't you?"
      At least, tnosi o) me isn t. Sot '
      when U comes to the deei-in,.
      I'd rather give him nolhino."
      Well, give him nothing."
      ' f'erfiaps you'd like to do it
      iroaraelf?"
      "Certainly I will "
      "No, pou won'*. Not white
      you're wearmu my Toutrn."
      "Do it yourself, then And two- .
      pence is quite enough." ,
      "What are a lew coppers herf |
      and there?"
      "A few coppers here and
      there, saved up over a year, would
      buy DM S new handbag."
      Whalcurr are you sayiny,
      Anrir Natalie?
      Thank you. madam," says the
      taxi driver, giving your Uncle the
      ipieerest look U he pockets 3s 8,1
      Miithty L'nlike A Ro*e
      "Buth Kbama'g baby girl \
      Jacqueline Is the image of her
      lather" Keen observer al
      arawe. She lookl like nothing
      00 earth"A keen observer (her
      falhrrl
      WofMae like her daddy,
      .V'rn"i; like her inum,
      Just another baby
      With a little pou-dered turn.
      Crying for her b S'rcamino StOWD and itose.
      Full of auilej and uindv
      BttlM,
      Hut nothing hke a rose.
      London i'xpre.n .Serelce.
      mist r.wn;
      HI I OKI VOI
      CAM IIIJ,!
      If you want to enjoy the finest Rum in
      Barbados and tell your friends about iCi
      goodness
      THY A BOTTLE OF
      Vl.%11 OLD
      \\ t 4M KAIbi.
      BK !1 h im ki ."i
      SanSi 'J High in Quality
      Rich in Flavour
      M.lill a I,...il. from Ota III I Mil Its
      siwsi 11 it SCOTT* to.. I.in.
      When Painling Your Property
      You cannot afford to fake chances
      by Using Inferior Materials. So
      Specify . .
      t\
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      and be Safe
      //
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      AGENTS
      OIK ill till us SAY
      lt< inovr Controls On Animal IVt'd
      To the Editor, The ArJuoeafe
      SIR.I Should
      publisliing this tetter for me be-
      cause I have mada sjinasla
      through the Chamber ol Com-
      man s, i an D tl rough tha
      Coilimi! Jjcui Mn \ i.,.
      Hon. to the CootroUar of Supplies,
      that now tha ceounodrtiei which
      are used for mixing Goveniment
      Animal Feed are in free supp.>
      lhat the pracUc of mixing it
      loenlly ho discontinued, and that
      the distribution of Animal Feed
      supplies be distributed direct to
      the Merchants as was the prac-
      Uee pre-war. I may say thai the
      Commisi"!i meicl..int- i,a. t;..i,e
      ao far a.- to ash II I ontroUar ol
      Supplies If lie will furnish with
      one of his tenders for this com-
      modity ;m f ih. local
      mixture, and they would have
      their Principal^ tender for the
      mixture and aave the colossal
      expense which incurred lo-
      cally In mixing thi l i iu> '
      has never been considered.
      During the war when all com-
      modities were In short supply,
      plus the fact that after the c^s.ivii
      Factory had proved a failure for
      its original purpotes, bob
      of using the cassava meal had to
      be found and thus was born the
      Idea of this Government Mix..!
      Animal Feed, %'hich no doubt
      during the war served a very use-
      ful purpose, although the animals
      ii.iv baWS suffered. Tii-day.
      bowevaf, it e annul be said to
      Sm this purpose but is Just a
      burden to the poor stock oernare
      BIMl the public, due to the heavy
      which are involved in
      the mixing of the feed locally,
      und is undoubtedly one of the
      main factors for the present very
      price of milk
      high
      One of the arguments used is
      thai if oilmeal, pouard. etc. were
      delivered to the merchant direct,
      that only the rich cattle owner*
      would get his supplier This
      jtatemSDl is absolutely absurd
      as I have had instances of the
      MM tloverninent Feed being In
      ; (ily, and the merchant
      bad dOQS bll own rationing with
      the leMill lhat everyone got a
      share.
      I should not be surprised if
      when you take the cost of ware-
      housing, cartage, unbagging, re-
      bagglnaj, cost of mixing, com-
      to the merelmnt house for
      e. und all the othSt
      i the additional cost to
      thll feed must Ik- iti the vicinity
      nf 23 to 30 per cent Increase. Of
      DOUISS this is a very guarded
      so ret and the public will never
      know.
      Ing i feel that in view
      of the high coat of living and
      Government anxious to see this
      reduced, it is in the interest of
      e of Barbados, and more
      particularly the ^ovk keepers.
      that Ooranunacd maka a thor-
      ough investigation of this matter
      with the Object of removing an
      unnecessary burden from the peo-
      ple and an old War Measure that
      has outworn Iti useful purpose.
      A. R TOPPtN
      BoltOB I..itie
      Bridgetown.
      June 2. 1050.
      Gralitutlo
      The Editor, The Advocate
      SIR.I have the honour of
      espreiaaDg my warm apprecia-
      tion and thanks for the lecture
      and friendly talk which Mr. Sey-
      mour. Journalist and poet of
      British Guiana delivered In S
      must interesting manner to us
      St the St. John's Cultural Asso-
      ciation on Thursday lost.
      Me lectured on words, the art
      of rending and meaning. Re m-
      forincd us that meaning has been
      divided into tour main branches;
      sense, feeling, tone and intention.
      Sense, he said. Is the way which
      the writer places all his facts in
      order that the reader can ascer-
      tain the full beaeflt of what he
      Is reading
      By means of examples he
      demonstrated to us how feting
      and intention with a little differ-
      ence between the two words
      show the exact notion of the
      mind
      Tone, to which great import-
      ance was stressed, he Si
      thJafl which ail ipoaaan and
      lecturers should l>c very careful
      about because they have to speak.
      to different elsSBOl "t people at
      the same time
      A numtier of questions Were
      then eked by Bassahers, one f
      which was asking bin
      a Journalistic and Bhuslvs state-
      ment made by an adttor tensrrti |
      to a few gentlemen as- a "n i I I
      gang going about hijacking ai .1
      bamboozling".
      was satisfa.tor.i' Intafjpreted
      After teiuaf s stoflj of one I f
      his escapades when at College,
      he outlined to us that although
      British Guiana is not a West In-
      dian island, she pledges herself t
      share in the joys and BOrrOWS
      of all West Indian Comniuntth*
      with West Indian spirit.
      Rev lUpner, an Englishman
      who attended the lecture WSS
      often calU*d upon to confirm no-
      tions as to iv borne auaguafe,
      This he did unhesitatingly on all
      ot eaatooi
      1 am indeed very crateful to
      Mr. D0U|
      duous rtruggle In kepmg the At-

      lectures. He i, always willing to
      give assistance.
      CRRISTOPRBB CODHINCTON
      Massiah Street,
      St John.
      Thanks BotfUai
      Tha Mttor, The Advocate
      SIR, Much has reeentlj be n
      both writtan and spoken about
      the (lenei al II ..nd most
      u( the subjeci matter spread
      .ild leave the nwxpe-
      rlenced wtth tha baareeeion thai
      II was as nearly as possible
      related to the 'Black Hole of
      Calcutta" end that, OB the portals
      ad the famous
      Bee of D
      l.-ixUll ogni sprran-
      a v*l ch' rnlrjlr
      pleasure to me to state
      Il thoroughly mislead-
      in/ Having been forced recent-
      ly to undergo a very serious
      I cannot iambi fronB
      saying that the treatment, which
      has been granted deserves the
      hlghsil praJne, not merely on
      account of efficiency but what is
      important of
      and willing service.
      ' is much too small, but.
      what it lacks In numbers, it
      '
      in thoroughly .t:-factorv re-
      ek's quallflca-
      worthy of

      in calmness and speedy work-
      Batters and
      nurses do all m then* power to
      make the patient comfortable
      and happy by virtue of thelr
      vcrv attractive personalities
      During the period of recupera-
      tion, one can rest assured of
      being, not confined to a place 01
      detention, but accommodated
      thoroughly well in a "Horn,
      from Home" In which there is
      neither nagging, nor jagging nor
      ragging nor bills!
      All good Wishes to this estab-
      lishment
      H. F BOYCE
      Coral Sands,
      Worthing.
      Horv Clubn
      i :.' SIR.As a voluntai.
      md leader of tht
      i.roup I hasten to cornpUmeni
      Colonel Michelm and tl
      Welfare Officer and their commit-
      tee for their initiative to open a
      Ki.%s' cluh where boys congregate
      in the streets.
      This shows we cannot sit wtth
      our hands in our lap and expec:
      araenl to do ew
      The community must hel|
      In the Garden. St In
      get a club open all day to boys
      who neat foe activi-
      ties of this club are table tenni
      boxing, running, swimming, vocal!
      I hope that many more
      !ubs w-ill be opened.
      C LESI-IF |
      B
      LVitt TJou s among

      Hayba von will . oseatlius thb roMHrtli een will
      rememhet the peals of the weddiim hells of long aco.
      In pUlflltg s par'v lor llie occasion >ou'll need the
      hesl has,, for < nrkluil. In fact you'll need - -
      GODOARO'S * RUM


      SUNDAY. JUNE 4. 19.10
      Flying Fish Island- Wide
      Haul Reaches Judging Ring
      Record Mark On Thursday
      AHECORD BmanXB t( fl>;:. !-\ M
      fish passed through th* dairy cattle and mutton sheep
      Public Market during the month Julgmg Rtitit Rally nf group' ?
      . s Mtoy The total amount is yous mud under the
      !M.495 lbs and of this the latrii'
      catch21.460wis brought on Science aim Agriculture, will take
      May 5. The fish section of the phicc on the grounds ol the B->,.
      rublic Market wag opt-:.. ~ y n ,.,| on Thursday.
      Lul the present flying Rah sea n June 1* LM
      has proved the boat during that la witI tf..m> aach of thre-
      1^* members an cxpnto k)
      On live occasion* the "tchesj>T tc The,t lMt,
      flying fish surpassed the 10.000 praoIlsing aMll)uou,:> -nd -
      Id^ murK.
      The ICCaj amount of fish for
      May la 183.05? lbs It was made
      up of 5C lb- of brim, IM.495 lb*
      kto Iba of dolphin,
      5A2 lbs. of Kin* Bah. 1.608 Iba. of
      h, 16.086 lbs of shark. M92
      lbs. of albacore, 490 lbs. of jacks. c"i5* .
      1,171 Dm of bond... M well as The Judges In the dalrj ...til.
      28 lbs of Kine fish and 25 lbs. of cla< w' b* Dr. M. II Proverbs.
      pot fish. Government Vetcin,..!.
      HAROLD I'llll.UrS of Parris ""d Mr J C. Hotchkiss. Assistant
      Village. Si John raceivi MWiaai on Agricultural Educa-
      10 Ins Beat and back after "On, dt.chcl to the D8Wlopnallll
      lallins from a tree shortly after and Welfare Organisation, while
      '. O'clock yesterday morning In the mutton sheep class, tbo
      It Is understood thai he wa:, Judges will be Mr. P. B ttalto .
      i-uout eight feet up when he Manner of Castle Omni Plant.i-
      slipped and fell He was later tion and Mi A. G. Scale. S., n-
      treated for the injuries. tar> of the Barbados Stock Rrccd-
      AIRY HILL. ST lllllm, was ers' Association,
      the scene of an accident at All members of the public arc
      about 5 o'clock yesterday morning invited to Join the Rally whtc i
      Iwtween one bicycle ridden by should prove very Interesting an.i
      C as pert Innisa and another ridden ,f some educational value.
      si NDAT ADViH \n
      p.vr.r rfWi
      ring the keenest interest U
      ry and the contests arc ,
      be of a vt> high standard,
      Hoo'ble t; n Bvtlyn, Mir
      will prealde ovoi the rail) tod
      pruscm the pri/cs awl
      S.W. District
      Conference
      This \\ eek
      ' ajmm up ttie ad-
      1* propose.! to hold a -

      a, a) rhfteb

      . i iii i* discussed and
      conclusions raw
      farano an to ALL
      DISTRICT and CROUP SCOL'T-
      ' I
      kal effort > i <
      l
      m
      by Robert InnisBbrotheri
      The cyclists were going in the
      direct ion of Retreat. St. Joseph
      whan thev collided. Both cyclist*
      were slightly injured
      RITHAN 1IOLDFR of St
      James and Louis Yearwood
      of Rock Dundo. St. Peter, were-
      both injured in an accident on
      I srade Road. St. Michael at
      about 9 30 a.m. yesterday.
      Holder was riding a bicwli
      while Yearwood
      along the road
      ix Philip was Injured .
      head on Friday night win
      "Hecuba" Brings Look For
      Food And Clothes The Manhole
      dudf the
      Philip was
      lay
      fell from a pipe stand
      about 1120.
      He later received medical at
      tent Ion and was sent homo.
      LADY COLLYMORE will open
      James Street Methodic
      ( lunch Fair on Saturday. June 10
      The fair is to be held at <'"
      Hastings Rocks from 3 pen _lo
      C p.m.
      There is to be a Fancy. Drer-
      SUPPLIES of condensed milk.
      cheese, red herrings, biscuits. REPAIRS to the left
      champagne, beer. vermouth. Constitution Rn.,.1 .,
      liquor, wine, and ground nuts ar- carried out by the rtlghw ,
      rived in the island yesterday from Transport Board. Then- li Kill
      llung Amsterdam and Rotterdam by the lflr*<' rMllhola in one section of ,.,, i''* V$F
      H. ^^Kba^T- brought 5
      Bank had to be repaired as it ,., I'.eludein
      nlch (; y|n
      Ptaci i. i WIM
      i
      in ...i Old W Oard.

      i .. rn PUa
      notify lha Hop Socromry, Hi
      Prank Blackburn,
      i net not tatai than]
      .'.
      I
      thai Cub

      ANNUAL i IMP
      lb B*doa (bathal) Troop
      held IU annual can
      i ... i kin i i"-i
      t tho PJJC.O Di A <
      Klrton, Iron ttlb lo 88th Mni
      !. ai raiifcciucnt With tbr I ; S \l
      at 9Mh h'dos [QU1 Mamorlal]
      Irou] patrol 11 m\ icoul
      from that Group attended thi
      camp.
      The weather was Am Mad MM
      Httlni ideal The Palr-.l 8j I
      waa used throughout
      03 who wo'ilo like
      > 'iv it al their next camp Lit'.
      ma% be timid, logo rlghl on I
      , Hll planning for it.
      . i | three or four showers of ram
      , | i not nt any way tnaturb ihaii
      lU i-'uin at th Drill routlna Qadfttg arara Insjanlouil]
      iada and plentiful
      LAST NIGHT, tin II..n.
      .i game ..Mm-! Hie Chine*. > a< s
      to riwM (front i
      Giccnidge, Dinky'
      Back row (lafl to right): "Woodle" Richardson. Al| II
      Coach. Louis Podsmi. Clifford Glttens.
      11 toui nt Trinidad it)i
      i
      IiiiikI M Queens
      Park i ml.in
      Mrs. SaWgB
      Open* Guide Fair
      WE ALL CANT
      BLOW SMOKE
      KINGS
      BUT WE
      CAN

      ^s
      \\\\
      l\
      44
      DOBIES
      *
      FOUR SQUARE BRAND
      AND ENJOY
      "A GOOD smoke;
      .
      imperial Crown'1
      Howard Eloar
      ,ltc and lulled oats It left port last
      corner of" Bef Air, St Philip Tat night for Trinidad
      Wag dnmaged by the inller.
      is used in levelling the road. Th.
      FISHING IS DANGEROUS phono's. iiaSPputun* down
      w i .itiles
      AT OISTINS
      FISHERMEN at Oistins are hav-
      ing a rough time these days. High
      winds and rough seas make the,
      going very uneasy and peril*
      Italian StwciT
      Team For Rio
      EntfOct I ' i
      Kxcei \. la"
      Vi 'i.
      1
      "Brown Bird Singing"
      NAPLES. June t Hapda Wood.
      Twenty two Italian football- Finale Handal'l Water Music"
      ers left here tonight for the rfasnUtoa^Horl
      id soccer cup competition in Hymni Jaaui 1 tuva pi
      II ,ik. Hark ii
      GO!) SAVE THE K/1VG.
      IIS vc
      rompetltlon for children between and it is not m* unusual sight to
      me ages of 2 and 7 and 7 and 14. see a boat coming in to the sho and prizes will be awarded for with a broken spar or tattered
      both divisions Judging of cos- .mils alter a day's Ashing.
      n.Mies will take place at 4\f p.m. Meanwhile some of the less da- -
      LITKILY FOR FIIITHA CON- lng fuhermen take the time off R
      NEIX of Foster Hall. St John to repair and paint their boots They took with them the
      flie was able to go to the Bride*- wr,u-h are drawn upat least the blessing of Pone Plus XII
      Police Station yesterday morning intforityOB the shore. and the title ..f World Soccer
      and collet her Hand bag. 530.. 0iu. nw|) ,old ,he A490eM Champions which they won at
      in notes, a bank book and oth.-r yesterday that he finds that the the last tournament. A large
      articles. _.. rough seas hamper his chances ol crowd were at the portside to TICKETS F 87, and M 111 wan
      The bag and money were 'ountl gemg a good catch and if hi- wave them off as they embark- Ihc lurky onaa al the Qirla* lr.
      mllu- Probyn Street Bus btand by nets are not handled with care they ed. dustnal Union Fete staged at
      .,Anej,l,.Pcarl .MtTre. - A_> Ronerally are damaged beyond The footballers will play a Quaan*a Park on Banpira Daj
      repair. practice match at Ijs Palmas in The holdei- of 1
      PRIZE WINNERS
      Kill. SI. JoKph. at boul 2 00 p
      ..n Friday. She handed II into tlw , c
      '"iuiTonl"';^"'^^ A-;nnv;n. r...;^ .* SB m JU <
      thai Uia lag was owned by Edith
      Con net
      Anionn othai actlvltsvi ni' boj
      The function "as wall attended did semaphore signalling acunut'
      in spit.- nt intermittent abowari UOH and played games. Including
      \ taring on bar football mutch at ti" Parrj
      i thai r.i.i Bcnool iroundi against a parish
      \- un "hull thev won
      / iii iii m oil1' Oi Sundaj I'veninc (our boy
      lunlt) .a thai Fall i" . lad and foot others
      Iht warded thtli Sacond i Iw -

      ..... I
      I needod
      . | ted, I.- wi
      .......n for thorn- '" '" **"> J*0. ^,D '
      otharo inofcj II ' " "rtaod
      . : ., Haadouarts n,'"lk ">'""'
      i own, but then was still I
      . i rurthai
      inii'n i i Dtly re-
      'i .nutation.
      i ntena
      I

      "int b that V
      ble, b
      the 0 Movi ment
      REAL BARGAINS!
      '-pilE BIG SILK CtHTON TREE
      X fit Jackson, which Is old
      King WinsSLLucia %\"
      Scholarship
      than the oldest resident of that db
      triit. Is now being trimmed. Th
      tree once provided shelter for
      many pedestrians durbl
      11 also encouraged idlers
      Darbadoa Advocate (*itrrro|in
      ST. LUCIA. June 3
      Ainsworth King, the younge*t
      n of C. H. R King. Colonial
      but Postmaster, was awarded the 19M)
      Lucia scholarship and has
      NW HOMES IN
      CASTRIES SOON READY
      if tin
      Adveeele nd receive lha i pi I -
      The Fete, winrii reatured
      I
      tie*- raporta, and
      the Union extend Ihanl
      who helped.
      m .on i il help Ihej
      daring h
      While wood cutters were cut- chosen the medical profi
      ting the branches i.t about S p.m li brothcT. Owen King who
      , Fnd..v. m.,- (.| the branches rtl ""' 1!*!4 s' Ll'llJ "?i..l..i.
      Ml on MtM high tension elec- ^now flnaMateg to inadJdna
      Uia wires, breaking five ot them
      // /./>* /// May
      F-olnburgh University.
      The whole district was In dark-
      i" | during that r.lght.
      Mr. Hendrlcks of the "George
      Washington House," Bay Street.
      ownar Of the tree, said that he
      had Informed both the Police
      and the Electric Company of his
      Intention to trim the tree.
      " A NIGHT AT SEA" will be to
      *V presented at the
      Church on Monday at 7.30 pm
      EMIGRATION TO
      SURINAM LIKELY
      Scho
      The
      .,: ... AdKo.lt* O |-l-''.-'IKl.- '
      ST. LUCIA. June 3
      Efforts lo attempt emigration
      Surinam are again taking
      Bethel shape with the news that
      i Director of Social
      This demonstration will be' by Service* is coming to St. LucIp
      the teachers and scholars of the n *"* >' * hoW ^cllm,,m,,Iv
      Bsnnanr Methodist Sunday ni^anjn^wHh^
      ,..wiw hu RecalUna that previous efforts
      programme, which has f.)|led( ^ actlng Administratot
      been arranged by Mrs J. R ,;ll,:ounced that Surinam needs
      Broomes. will consist of hymns cyigniju, tnd wants West Ind
      and readings relating to the sea. -_^^^^__
      whilst the rostrum and pulpit
      will be fashioned in form of n
      ship's deck. There will be a
      Silver Collection in aid of the
      Bathal Sunday School Mission-
      ary effort.
      A FISHING BOAT WITH
      era! ovei
      ...
      the oflm of lha Diroci iln fell The daj

      Include B f"i tubarculoala, I for but a cool I
      enteric favor and i fM
      tls. erobb
      hull painted while
      Dunlow Lai
      The
      fende:
      and bumper of the car were Mrs.
      earhr
      .1 ii i-ii I In vim i-
      nuiH's in thi
      tn tit*- I I hi i "in1
      !f*>*i 'it fiij'ft)
      THY
      EMPIRE TEA
      A Spi-ch.l Blind i.f I'nri- C'.-ilon Tea>
      Rrtr.- U: i and ln\ icnmllni: lo the last
      :!i |..t I 4 lb. pk.
      K.XIGHTS IHII i, stohi:s
      87,000 Voted For
      General Elections
      artatfei
      'Tirtitii
      ST LUCIA. June 3
      The first sel of buihtmL
      the working class erectc.'* by the
      Colonial iK'velopment Corporti-
      tlon in the burnt-out area of Cas- BLKVSN
      Iries is almost ready for occupation m were
      and the Administr.itoi announced of stay, the "Aj
      the rates and rent ills ranging from catc" learnt fnun a release f:
      88 monthly to (18. plus 2.'! per cent
      .....'I-'.'
      Shopping units will be rented
      at 840 monthly Provision has]
      been made under an ordlnaoca
      compelling individuals nut itrtet-
      1> belonging to the working class
      to pnv an additional fifty per
      t for ;he rent of thesi
      Conviction Upheld
      'B-ttaOoi AdvocaU (on. !
      KINGSTON June 3.
      Mr. O A Malcolm, former
      , of the Jamaica House ot
      Representatives lost his appeal
      against a conviction lor illegal
      the Court of A| ;
      vesterday and a bye ed-'
      ! oftkrad (ot lha w.
      endon Constituency
      Tin* Appeal was argued by
      H. O. B Wooding. Trinidad K C
      but the Court, without calling
      upon N. W. Mauley. K < re-
      plied ii upheld on-
      ppaarod foi Clark
      tc bW Carmpondrni'
      ST LUCIA. June 3.
      Seven thousand dollars wer
      bottom red, was found drifting voted to-day by the Legislature of the Court whan the Attorney
      out to sea by James Callendar. to facilitate preliminary arrange- General'refused lo appear In th
      skipper of the fishing boa: ments In connection with the next issue. Two bye efeciioni :ir
      'Agatha" at about 5 o'clock yes- General Elections on the basis of therefore pending In Jamaica as
      terdny morning. He turned it adult suffrage. result of issues araUnf out of in
      OVar lo Ihe Harbour Police. Uon. Allan Louisy. acting December General Elect
      AN ACCIDENT OCCURRED Crown Attorney, who is Electoral
      at tho Junction of Fair- omcer< opened office on Thursday
      child and Nelson Streets at about bS2 ""' S522S
      a? asWaasT: aSS88^ ^i- '>' Tomorron
      non Thorpe of Brittons 11.11 and ''" '" '"""___________-------- .......
      THE motor vessel "Canadian
      lo-l S/U was ;.''u!*r'.' ,XM^ '" ,;,M ,:
      o
      driven by Milton Allcvne of removed "from motor car MI IB!*
      by Charles Moore of tin- rpitt LOSS OF A GENERATOR
      r X and fan belt I
      rfrftn
      same address, and motor
      M-1435 owned by Lawrence reported by Joe Ward of James fronV Canada via
      n. Black: Rck. and SsTaat Ha stated that they were NorthPrn land, a ^, i
      Allcvne of removed from motor car MIIB |,ig out the same niuht fot


      i'w.l TEN
      -I (JDA1 IDVOI mi
      W UITSUJS /V BARBADOS
      "THE ADVOCATES CAMERAMAN nwdc t lour ol Ihe island on WMfrM
      ione candid scenes ol Barbadians a' play. Only ihe longshoromsr. o
      iransporl to the ships in the harbour lo beg.n a dry's work were a i .
      play ond no work rrakes for nethl \q. picknickers al Pa hsheba. Si. lose-,-
      bathers u.vtv. a holiday uroi p c\ C'v Tree Hill, dancers at King George V
      1 Philip, o.id a i.clHr match a* St. Catherine's. St. Philip.
      SINDAY JUNE 4. 19'0
      ROSES
      Jin & -time
      and
      Rum (t Lime
      JI.IMS:
      i. m. it. ttniKsxriuiH.
      AT BATHSHEBA. rc-. bu*o;. trucks, pick-ups and all types ol transportation, brought
      huiiuf. v crowds. Bone tttnd outside and others dance in nearby buildings.
      SHIPS LABOURERS did not join the many holiday makers. They were on :he lob
      t v many ol ...;- to bo taken out to the ship* while others
      th'. boc s.
      FIRST AJJ)
      Over-indulgence $$
      ^
      1
      &
      WVn overlndulBPn drink caimus Imadiichtr or si. ituich
      discomluil Alkj-Sel.ier bring* you
      First Aid. Drop on* ur Iwj tablets
      u\ .1 ^1**., jwater. V.Vch it ru* and
      imoive ">to u tuurklmg, pleasant-
      t-sMianoiuLMi Nol uUuitllt- yu
      .-----.^c AI*a b-IUei U! ANY T.n.r
      A.N ATTEMPT to knock oito "out ii.i. world' by an agqreMtivr batsmen In a
      cricket game at St. Catherine's. St. Philip.
      i"ORGE V FLAYING FIELD crov.-us ol picknlckerx pack the dance hall.
      .i io ihe strains ol Ihe latest in jau.
      TINY TOT j lor the most part IroUc La. bjR tea at Balhsheba. The atmosphere Is
      very natural one.
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      to feel brighter, look
      better, sleep more
      easily and enjoy more
      . energy. Next time
      Jyou want pain relief
      I take Yeast-Vite and
      get tonic benefit loot
      A PAHIY ENJOY A l-ICN Z LUNCH on Ih. coo! ,,lot. Cherry Trw, Hill. ft. Pen,.
      Mr. Woman Wood pi. ihe rlqhl ol lh piriur. ai-,1 ;s pjurln, a Cole. into a glass.
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      si SOAY Jl NT i. l-t.,.1
      SINDAY ADVOCATE
      PAOF. EI.EVI S
      THE ATHLETIC SPORTS
      By
      TREVOR GALE
      11. i
      Seoi
      HE
      artnch
      juagTh '" all P~
      Atblet
      Vtf<
      WIT *t
      dartdc
      a to K-
      Tina i
      HIIl >'<)( have
      Ki >. the !><>-

      I
      . r colonies of this
      I | rivals on
      Barbara* track- I w!
      I .,11 our
      mentioning a
      fca ol names. That would be
      ^Cngthy Bui II ll evident that
      ^fcc past yeai i
      ^^cdrtK ;i Needy Lmproveanetii
      l athlet-
      lalily and
      of Inter*
      thc ii.iU.m
      The lir^i Test Mat.h ImIKMI Fnslant. and the Wfffl In-
      din OU Fraflord. on lm.^,1... next. June .
      lit Ihi*. i -i iiiiitin; .irliclr ibgBBj Mum tir-lcr historic
      |i;i\il;in: re 1cm r ihcil soill. of .
      Old Traff ord's Cricket
      Treasures"
      it> Erie I. *!
      Old Trafloni,

      I
      due to '
      ,. lull Of

      *

      thai lb.
      ii.l nave h
      ni^ed as a BTtm
      I ..- uM
      uiusual Ul IM i
      Grmi icimndciti ol the recent
      h tell BMI
      on.- ol |fan h not
      (houKh doubtless the
      . moved.
      in enl-
      r. if I remember right. |
      ll i toBM
      In UM I.nim-I,
      I

      . hat h hung
      i 4
      (0 I*' Horn the .1j-
      Kdward WjUm prOBOMd
      uei a railwa hroi
      i i a, sec Di v Q i.i
      the plajn n i ' I I* obi rmmponti
      Ua
      the old fading the U.CC out to meet
      byfoH ; no Doi um Mm on
      upon id. and in bors* pulls the
      bn
      . :ilo. and IS sui-
      DU of enck-
      ilarly armed. Stumps
      -in. k into ttu- ground
      Upward, but. even so.
      l ,i railway angina, with its
      i to pull past
      oi i pavilion, from which the
      a i c lai H proudly dying
      g, portion of the praise for
      p -lored to a sound
      In Ihll island goes largely
      body of eiiilui-i.
      I themselves together omi
      j an undai the name of the
      fctcur AthlatlC Association of
      That thoaa BMUaman.
      old, had the good of
      rl i.as been clear-
      TM OUl in I taw years by
      whkfa hM attended
      ihev rnuat beware of
      flails which brought
      n their iiiedece:
      of Trinidad who won the
      Ift-mil
      Thursday.
      IfClf

      U I .. ., re f.r the
      B 1MB Austra-
      otltd aural)

      1
      rare i nance, I found
      time to in
      ' muaaiun housed In that
      itful pavilion.
      rbarc ba I m onla or* i>
      England
      did Traffoi.t unlntarru
      tnoratc 11 i
      i i, i.i ind ball
      1
      raadi "To
      \ | n i r
      England v Australia, ai ">M Tuf-
      jug has a prominent pbM imong pai
      ... K"1
      Among other Intereat ng exhib- ii
      i IU 1
      liven by
      ^~
      Elastoplast
      FIRST All)
      DRISS1NG
      i ro Grace*" is lei.
      serious In content. It shows soiih
      ,, canuijj .-lad Indian younpiani
      >la.Miig eueket in a tropical et-
      ing. Underneatli iliere i
      n:.lining capUonj "Hun's llut "
      tad the Wl.l.et-keepi i
      r*Otd iih- iwu
      DaSMH ! ' bauman.
      * ANOTHf R REHAI1K A 11 I I
      THING ABOUT WHITE ANTS
      They're rarely white and noi true
      inti-but that's no contoUtion'
      when they've eaten your home!
      a

      I
      So to-nlofWNe . to (ooven^ct Hnw .
      famoui ewiq> anabla you to wo*h mud pwy I
      with (omploto Ummtom of mvn%ent 'of I
      slRy t sshe say lUttoptott' "
      ftASIIC COMFOtTABlE A VAflltY Of Slgtt

      lor relief/mm
      .-^n,
      ii the walls of this famou>
      lion there are rMnwd menus
      re Uiiii asliiie lolk know well
      to eiijuy what they rail their
      i 11. re i- a -ample The
      South African Chltf occasion was the annual dii
      to Johns) BriffB, '' -111"- ,,( the Lancashire C.C. Club, held
      id KnKlanu AJKROUndW pi he ,,, ,,. Midland Hotel. Manchester.
      A Spectator
      i doing so I must at once pi."
      *lf outside of the pale of the
      oeiation. of Which I am | mem-
      i.l speak purely from the
      proayaname
      touchej do i >pot. It
      rill I rum batore
      tors will
      I
      . iween Famun
      nd Qordon and neither can afford
      'ii. i gain the mrprlar
      artmR point. The _,.. \ n. k in the last
      .
      punctually
      'spectator's point of view. Nun-
      ?ber one bugbear at local sports )hc pro([rammc NO ONE WIl.I
      meetings is control of the crowd- Rk WAITED FOR" The last sen-
      We have come a long way from v. .inch tine. Bu*
      Ihat famous (or should it be in- u. W.1V ,. |S ..(j,,,,.^ (mv would
      lamous') day in 1K43 when the (.1(( , ,.,,. Ih;t, ,( was priied
      biggest crowd that 1 have ever lr| capitals In the programme It-
      hen the
      ever
      Kensington (no cricket >(l], -||oil .;.iiv ( vVli-its did I see myself but
      cxceptedi assembled SJUllt(T off lo shelter from the turned In
      feen
      (oun.......
      to watch a sports meeting at which
      ^at least athletes from U.G Trini-
      dad, and the U.S. Armed Forces
      were present. There were at
      least 7.000 odd there that day
      and if they had all paid to elder
      the grounds, stands and enclo-
      sures the Club which sponsored
      the meeting would have made pnCorce lh
      their fortune Hut the fact is only programn
      sun under the score board and ing last minute sprints I have ever
      then saunter Kirk at their leisure -,>.'ii Bill than SO did I
      to the start. Start the race with- and he had the advantage of ll
      ut them. They'll i
      i catch i
      Turning lo the actual running
      of the .vents here again there
      to be I lack of courage to
      rule-. NO. 4 <>n the
      i clearly: "A
      ibovit one tenth of this number DOnpMtoi overtaking another
      oald their entrance fee This must pass on the outside." Of
      n bad enough but worst still coutm thl rule muM now be ob-
      ws* tne manner !n which every solete mother countries, but since
      and irabodj wa '"'"'/'h.v not use
      about the held |1 Will TtW latter U 1 IJWia winner of one race get
      is the aspect which the present away with breaking It and
      Association must look Into now.
      England afaln I Australia as many
      . :ii tm a I bi u oth la i
      In a gold clip and la about
      irtei in length,
      lord's Prayer
      Then th-re is the Lord* !':.>.
      written on a silver threc-pciui)
      bit, (than the smallest of EnglLM
      Ii a rap) i : b] -.
      i more practical coin In
      i The writer wa -> HI
      .1 Plantar, and I
      PrayerOD the com for Jack Iddon's
      ::i;.(. Mi PantM
      an old whan he
      carried OUl U
      work, which (a lid with lh* aid i f
      fving glass and executed |o :UM muei tne DUH Ol Make
      : i Distal Tyldesle>. tof
      Two pie. Ignl pUylng against them ID 123. ihese
      (I i Jack Ikin Pjrhaps?), lrt t utv _,,, Ull Uu. r0unl-
      ,. opinion Hoa tm cut from '"*,.,,, WKKtfl However, ten
      good is he" 1 confess. 1 do no' Booded pilch il Bl l.ita luirn^
      know. I .[iiite lulieve from the disastrous Test of IMA-., and -.
      what I n i the other a aunpla of the famoui
      lap Aa thngi turnad out i
      galnad the nirprlae once and that
      wus in the Ut on Thurs-
      day which ho won. He rode brll-
      in the 9 mile on Monday
      and I am told that this was as
      near a dead-heat as makes no
      odds I was in no position to Judge
      Gordon certainly
      of the most amaz-
      00 November 8, 1B26. when lh<
      Club met to celebrate the proud
      (hay Had won the Coun-
      ts Championship under the
      Ifdorthip .>f skipper Green, who
      UMfcaraad by various
      sflrll known players whose names
      ^re preserved lor |nwterily on the
      ai card.
      . nirl .Ii- Horut MSrptc-
      IlruaellM a I'A-mUi-
      itaMUl TW*.l#y
      -H- Duckwotlh
      wUon
      llidulifc have good
      #
      nk. I am therefore not
      surprised that he did win.
      Of Gonialv
      was Bald I think it i
      rule myself but 1 still do not un-
      it is quite true that they havo dentand whj it wai not u**t\
      done a lot lo remedy the matter. N-(lll ,hi(I j lllv,. Vnieed my
      The first sports meeting al Ken- opinions on what thought should
      sfngton held by the present Asset- ^ r,.mi.,)1(,d I shall turn to my
      eiation saw better control of the v,,.vvs on n,e porformancea of the
      crowd than the recent one. In my Bthlotaa th< I lall deal
      oplnlori But that is )\> Ivan an inch UN
      . the crowd are fast taking t,. p,.
      i hack t" the good old days of iM (., i0Ken Farnum He rodo
      l e
      not
      ni'

      * >ouiuj blj hl.;il( Pvrhapa lh* d
      son on whom he had nnthinc in the
      ....
      (whatever you
      will I the ever vigilant H. Stuart
      NOT SURPRISING
      not Burprialng that Far-
      the opening event 1"^-
      cauae he is evidently much better
      while
      n*. least until the vci > la
      mile He won this race
      i.ui Farnum wot
      bll llngla event
      Hd B0 alter Farnum and
      Qordon bad BucceaafuUy burnt
      the i '
      lap and a half. I am therefore
      . d that Gon/alvea Is a
      m | bar, tie must lie. or he
      could not have l*\*en either
      rarnum at O rdon, But l must
      re of him l>efore I decide
      how good he Is.
      I i thai game
      wall. He
      !
      aw hin up hen
      i

      i
      ll
      nun
      .ough rid i II ntual
      stopped Wa mi
      upstarts brandishing b I c y c I
      pumps at the l>armcn and shout-
      inn Kiintna a glass a water" when
      one is endeavouring to buy a
      drink. The\ must bfl MUQ W '-
      i^.\v thernaelvoa or leave, or bet-
      ter still someone must be at the
      door to see that they do 1
      I We must not have Cyclist^' At-
      I lendants refusini: to move from
      the Itartlng Una after they iMIfMba] other local cyclist whi
      pushed oil their men until or*T Undsiiv Gordon, and Comptc
      for a policeman to move Cwnaadtn ara noa ' the traui
      t. I do not cure if they ara and UM very
      ialebrated cycusta themselves or badl>. But why did the thn
      Sue barefoot boys. Have someone named alhm Farnum and SUM!
      lose s-.ie dutv It is lo move mk their positioning ^ v
      Pm. The bigger the belt, i If laps of each 1(UltI,. .,,,. .,
      necessary have a policeman handy rare with such rcKUlanty lor the rnoose i ball sir- '
      10 cue will not huve to send for entire das on Monday? After- vming n h t1
      him Furthermore enforce your ara] I learned that Gonxalvc* menun foi hi- rather ur
      > own rule (No 8 on your last pro- was not really hi when he arrived forrnance of riding B mUea at aueh
      trammc): "Any Cyclist whose At- here tan did he really run into ^mdv and smart pace that In
      O^ j _____1_ __111. Ikir f.... .----..I rT*W, .a. .1m. rTw\^ t*. inn. .\ .
      Old TrafTord,
      .,. rga Heauley. 'the black luad-
      Bulll soil odtomakg IM ""' '"n ntX l,^"0^
      ,|1(. Sydl ,. lai.u-Hl.il, soii.ehmg to
      think about In return, whan Ihej
      When I Ban the lattet I was re- pul on 200. also for the second
      minded of a stor> I .. k 11 i'v . It- w ket. against England m the
      in hia "Cricket Memom Manchaatei Tasl Mat.h The
      "One day." writes Jack, "wr pan* year A D Baxtei duturbod
      U BuUi, |hr batting equilibrium ul the
      U Mulli Bofl cor (Than he took 5 of their
      6 n famous for making fine Wi,k', Cm tan runs in only six
      The mayor received us, overs, for Lancashire!
      "' -l-'ecli Inmimerable scon- cards grace
      '' ' ''' _. walls 01 this irtcketers' paradise
      I UpDOBB you run a team here' q^. q{ lnc mott mlereiuing u the
      he was ashed renlica of a score sheet which
      af the Hutll soli match at Clifton College, played
      on June 22. 1899 Out of a total
      f 836 1 noticed that ttie next
      ota fa Prince and hlghaat Dora waa oftji 4Jmade
      - Tull stood out. each unrivalled in bj a boy name Whitty.
      lop a at least anaruneni Prince la one But the score cards or wmct
      lilt) tokno how of lh* i piartei mile I .aiie.i-.hin- men are proude 1 ai>
      1.1 I hgtti ever seen. All those dated 1912. when In the
      this reason onlv I 111 thai horl >' f/rl-angular Tournament, which
      too lot '--^ i Bui In a quar- A<1.....in-uceetsful that
      it lcr '"' run* ""' Printers into the ,.,..,, i,.eii rtueateo I-"a hire
      '"''" '"" " '""', round and the long distance run- >..,, th touring Australians
      ,.f talent which gave us .., ii! ... |c| vlth him IU ."'... ........... ol the!'
      he must twenty-foui r
      llut it Oordon of B.a appaared hv ukr II(.rh MrK(IlU., ln ,)uw nrst
      to be the beat
      ba would
      *

      UNIVERSAL: Dip or b.o.h for
      positive protection againH White
      Ants. Boreri. ftot and Fungi. No
      odour. No nre-rtik.
      ECONOMIC At ) i- concen-
      tratedsaves carriage When
      diluted tor ui goes fcrther and
      cosu less.
      PERMANENT: Cannot wash-oet
      or evaporate. Comblnai with the
      fibre*. UMighens the Umber and
      makes It flre-reautanL.
      Adas P -I'r-.'r -- Co. lid., ('; .
      Kent. Ln f I on J.
      AfSnuj
      Wminsoft 4 Hoynei A Co.
      BVMfceiowi. Bo'bodOi
      Foe permanent procectloa
      t
      *^fATLAS:iV
      ASTHMA
      ow small tablet arts
      (fuicklv and effirtiveh'!
      I'HI'. hphazonc trrutment fof Auhma u w
      lUSk^l' 'I ksnnst,ao ojaaaki ao ^mlaal Al eadoh
      \^ 1 / raaBow one *maU uhki, .nd rclut BbBRI BhBoai
      inimeduiicly l-phaaonc iijui *c\crjl h.aluig
      Win' In >li arc rakaaad "" rca.hiiia th.- BBOaaaOa
      hwhr ihe temi-b.t.ii ...umulaiiom hi.h OSagaM
      ih. broni Ii .
      nut t. .niih. lh Isdanced preparaii.m hrma* thf ron of I^^
      bjeadUngi and h*s the addiitoii'l *h4iii.c * vid-guarduut ihf
      ,i ..i riaaafl *udden sswea^ackkai onriaaihn
      i n n i- Bothani m i afei i phaaoaa tthan * la hand I
      linn i- anUakaj i- Infcca. nothkaj i" Wawi bfdassjoni hai
      i i., dkmi <' Aattana, fsioadtfdfl bbh! BroanalaJ I
      attach pfBvtDushj laanMd hop. h ^ hal 't h dona tor odku .
      FOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE
      bid b, all i*((.itr..d rN r..., naawiy, enu .- ^mm.
      a. i aavoth. a soa itd. ^ 'J
      P.O Ba all. " 9"" _________^*^
      Macleans
      keeps TKETOU
      id healthy
      !PIHR^miS TOOTH PASTU
      eight

      meeting and by
      wiekcU al their second ll
      -'ride of a <>"'> Mr "* >c A"'sU"', i'^SS
      i thil I Which pra- ' POtel out that they left Victor
      r m from douiK the half- Trum|ier. Clem Hill, W W Ann-
      ' tod Btrang, H. Carter. V. S. Kans-
      I the whole field to ford and A. Cotter, six of
      '."t of him foi Bl Usfl then most form Id -
      i
      nd'ant does not comply with this
      rule will be liable to be disquali-
      fied "
      To The Letter
      Nor is the above the only rule
      which the Ajeoelataon must not be
      afraid to carry out to the letter.
      ISO | i
      flocked hi
      Actually my watch jblc
      Aus-
      form until Thursday. This was ob- AOtl slli,pl> | ;.,ir,: Vt3/5 w the
      BUI la.uKav Gordon rode nvllls wh(l ,,,.(,,, one hyone ..... |>(.UV(,.| *'
      wwonlj untUtban Iwo left I lAlm umekeeper. Qwr watch
      pro*- often wonder why som- *
      good. t
      Hello Kverrbodv' airle*n up |
      and 11 v Hghi '< <"<
      GRAND DANCE

      Mm SVI.VIA BAIj.
      MONDAY NIGHT 8>h June. ISM

      airvel. SI Mlrhaet

      GINTS t : UDOI 1
      1 Codie and tev the- Bee-Bop
      Orlalimi.
      MUfelr tiippllM bv Harrv
      BfennlUM-'i Oei-tisetre
      A OaU Tim* In SHore
      ma-MBmanwra on hale
      like
      trouble was posilloninu 11
      ed conclusively that he wi
      right enough, but not Rood enouRli
      to let Farnum eel in his final
      sprint first and then catch him
      (Farnunu before he reached the
      inning line.
      i left i
      a elan
      M ihniR.
      WALK OVEBS
      FURNISH
      LIKE OTHERS
      The Monrv-Savini Wa!
      PM


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      hv Ihr Au.1rlln Bo. -d ol Con-
      ', '"i'.nm.hlrp ol. d.rrIM the
      looklnn (On..... lo in,- ,l, h, BouUl Afrlcnn,. who "gM"W
      . ,.:, .,,.., ..m. year. h-. 225 ">'h''r
      Uk Tull ..ii Hi. I...... i,.,.|. il .mounter, and followed inoi
      II. liii.lu. ni.in, :ilso .,1 Trinidad up with nn honoural e draw when
      It they met awln.
      Wm. FOGARTTf LTD.
      DIAL
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      FOR A "CHECK-UP"

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      It's attention to small details that keep*
      your car running right! The frimdly
      courteous service and attention to detail"
      you receive here mean complete satisfaction.
      Make It a habit to have your car sf-rvlced
      ban'
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      lyour entire sy.lem.
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      Third I will bt
      ' i',.i 30 p.m on Friday,
      1Mb June,
      Prio IMrufrtl
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      Havana. Cuba, June 2.
      Anlonlo Prlo, brother of Prag-
      ' i
      i i Itti i li (. .ii by Oppo-
      sition candidate Nicola
      i.mos hi Um conteel for the
      Mayoralty of Havana.
      This waa i bay i
      i lions when
      Z.SlHf.lHRl voter* p..lUsl i., ,
      I,' |
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      OR. The elections wan
      ail u. country
      ant Pi
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      The Ulililk- Spoils
      # t-'rmi race I
      pnntei He run*
      than i

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      o catch What
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      ol tnli
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      lhan Gri
      [00 yard One c
      aglne oui i
      Iiiii l'< ,.il broau
      when ,t loan
      ((race wa eoin| to lead hei
      i
      for Grace to i oaal
      boroa Bui i eannol V
      people who waoJ nboul i
      tlint nothing waa wronj .
      Goodtng unci that aha tan in ,uat

      Boini to head tv r.
      olutel) : I
      tii.i chlldlch
      ettar U
      ihc crowing aval Pearl Goodbifa
      f< promptly tnr |
      In indulged in it. ud ma
      I .i led paying more
      . o the ti
      leh HOW mi,'
      eriorUj ovei Grace
      <> better
      ....11 ik DO) know.
      bul n i obvious thiii It
      conatderabb I ; u equal tooting
      of ntnet* there la no tolling when
      Grace o.l Bal DOl too dlUiM
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      aviitiee
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      A lOR Hi r . lull, qU.M,.rf
      !- IoimI fo. tK* ^.b. YOU m be HhH
      I pio-p#ioj. with v*u' hi>i*r
      >,) ! ham* yeu> i,i n-r
      flwidad by Km pf.or..l lu.l.oi> l th* |nn*H
      Cellofl* DUn<. m*bat ito 4tHr*n<,
      WE WILL HILL* YOU TO
      ACHIEVE YOUR AMBITION
      C> you- hel on >h* Udtfar of iu.cou TODAY
      Writ. I. Th. I.,- . (. ,ii.j. ...I ..." how
      thouianda ol Doopl* lull liho .o. hav. <
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      SUNDAY AOVOCATT
      SISDAY, JVSF. I. IMO
      CLASSIFIED ADS.
      Public Smlr+-Conid 'III II MUM I .
      SI. MMarl's GinV Vhwl
      HARBOUR LOG
      DIED
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      UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
      l*y Inatrufllana tK.lv"! Irani ih
      inuMSow, r>.piv 1 will aril a Frid.!
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      num. dmm ram. i*IM
      REAL ESTATE
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      *AB ISA*
      The Entrance Remin-tlon,a for SB
      Mlrlwera airta- ..,1 uii, . held
      In November IM*. Ih ..-.didatr.
      who will h-v# attained the age of
      ei*hi IB) >nara ... tut Jl> Ml
      i-l Who will Not i. mpi ielv*
      'IH y*t. of age nn 31" filly lnl
      Candidate, finm (hi. I..
      will be drmne.i .
      h| January IOM
      'III I* September IMI
      e-Fei.uKiuardlJui. demon, ol havinr
      their dauarhter. wanl. rw .
      nn Ih. Waiting- Uat ol thla ftrttOD.
      ale idrlwil to ubUln Ir-m ir-.e iie.id-
      mlat
      mx.li.

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      > form* must be. t>l Ih* HNdclrto ae mail u they
      D CAIP.
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      aav-rmlni Dul\.
      HI Mh.i Girl.- School
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      COTTAGE AND FLAT rent lurnlihfd I
      r tor |>M tiNirihn Beautiful V.rjm
      be <*.. bea Haatinaw main Hud ,
      ... WilM ihealadi H Ml M IM Bo* I
      wlh room* Electric C.*er Frt|ld-'
      BO*) BMO 2 W -T P H.
      noin to art) Trrf *~ Pw*kflWHM .
      i at coal of buteTing lr I
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      TAKAWAV ! PI (.i.., n-i 3 I* v.... .. -ari.:i. ha'ii' t planl. Up roaal 1 .I... r^tat nil lit m KIM P. ill* IW Balh. -TFN
      HOlTMi On w, prlvaW baach. Uua. mllaa from clly wtlk all rawtilmm Tntaw nvdtonma. IMIM and bath, tronl il ba Advorale 1 In
      Paai-i
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      IBM, ftl V Caribba*.
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      t* * liaouba. WO tona bM, Cbpt
      DUr.ar. from *4atrUnOl*B.
      In Touch with Karb.dot
      Coast Station
      r.d>aa and Wltfla-a 'Wart India*. Lid
      aajalaw UaH thay c*n now tuamom-.tf
      wilh Una following stkpi llroirsn than
      Marl.. S Sun Adolfo: H H A" Hffrubai; S H Vlap lUiial B B
      Pair... inida Vnrturh. Mnrmar
      Gull S S Hi.. Dp La. Plata, B Sirlla.
      klw- Hk> AiWI. SB Peal
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      B.B. Inlw
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      WANTED
      IfOUSE-nilK fumnhad houaa in flrit
      ''& raatdantlal dtaUirl. 3 milaa (ism
      low n 3 badrooma. 3 living looiii
      Duwdlng Dial 41tS
      Wa ara li.u^riad by tha Tr,..laa oil
      tba will oi Uty Uia HI J J Saal* |
      M nffaa for aala Iba abuva-.iamad plan, i
      tad - .i.ii .1, aa ara aratil* That* I
      Manaarar h.ni-p an uaual oulbuillir*.
      Thar* I* nood quality atona w" iM
      ba worhad.
      Pull particulnM and prtmiaaMtn to alaw
      caai ba obtained from Mr Cnailaa Ann-
      tron of Pool. Bl John Condition! of
      tala can b* obuinad from ih* und-ta.gn-
      ad who will oflar tha propany ai aorUon
      at Iha.r orlKat at I 30 b m nn Friday
      flh Jii-.a. ItM.
      OA1 ~W.ii. la m blurK
      m d n .-".
      r. tu IIU. ki-
      -uada<* 11. Milgh
      Uarnaam aO~3n
      HELP
      FOUND
      i ,,f
      in tha oulrr onVc ol
      toll It-M .ii
      I plaaaa apply (<> G G 1111.
      i. Il-mrr. Hi dtfl --
      3M In.
      MISCELLANEOUS
      it tsiin ih iini
      mall lloiia* or flat. Ilaatlrmi. Worth-
      nil lt.aV.lry llirtrtct on Dayiall'' Road
      Hodan.tr llai.i Apply X Y Z C'(
      Advoraaa
      a | w-*
      NOTICE
      THi: PEASANTS' LOAN BANK ACT, 193*.
      To ih* (rttlitoT* holdlnK tlcna asalui tkc Paaaani HoldingB
      T^AKE NOTICE lhat Iht peasant ownert mentioned in the Pint Column of the Table
      * hereto annexed are about to obtain under the provisions of the above Act the sun*-
      of money respectively set out in the Second Column of the Table opposite the names ol
      such peasant owners by way of lean against the peasant holdings respectively mention-
      ed and described in the Third Column of that Table opposite such names.
      D. A. HAYNEff,
      Dated this 26th day of May, 1950. Manager. Peasants' Loan Bank.
      APPLICATIONS FOR LOANS. PEASANTS' LOAN BANK
      LIVTFTOrK
      HnfLI
      and n
      H
      :m
      rONI IIUNOAUIW Sclu-| ,
      i M Pina Hill 3 badraoni* >l '
      DOONHA\-BM. th Av.
      Trtaphotia
      MAIIKIIAM on tha Sao. Martina!
      in '.! 3 badrooma with all mndam
      OU Inatalatd foe cooki
      Court. Ilaalli
      Ir.-.^1W to. eo*ln For furiha.
      I >.Ml. .ai. Dial il'-i bafor* a-^
      '"*' P _____________ 31 1 J0_Jn.
      | LAND 1I.JO0 .q (t ol land a- HaM*
      Oaa> braidp mam road, adtolnin. Mr
      Allmana prnp-rt%
      <.ovlk\>ii:\t wayifCM
      Attention Is drawn t<> tlM Control of PHett (Defence J (Amend-
      nant) Ol I N I frfaiaU will Ix- publUhed in the Ofnctal
      Gatelt>- r -,!...i J i.L-. 195H
      a. L'ndcr Thii- Order thl maximum wholesale and ictail Mlling
      I prices of "il -!: rated'1 are as follows:
      "..
      KIW 1IAVKN-. Crana Coa fully fur-
      i i-i J brdroomi. a acrvanta' Kami
      dtn.hla (>('. Iltfhtlna; plant, watai
      111. Aupaal^ balhln. baach Dial **1t
      is sta-t fa
      ELECTRICAL
      UArlKI I tin T'HIf* ADDING MA
      CllaKI' '. KHIf ii* New m
      >na il ..-i.' BSi At Halph
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      mMBP'ii It A GrilT.iti A Co Purnl
      1 ... i fln-burk
      BtrW T.lanhoiia 3 a. ta>-tW
      lli:sTUAVtN ll^-kl-> N-w Road
      lfaw.na Room. Dinlna Room, two Bad
      R '. *.-n. I'antrv. Salvant. Rom
      mii. ApMr
      .! Dial B7H
      lant and nlndr-l
      Artirlf
      Win '.
      i not
      air Hrlw
      an 111.mi
      Retail Price,
      i not more ih.ui-
      MILKBvapotated
      MILKF-.
      [x'i case '
      14J Oi. tins
      26c per 16 oz. tin.
      ..- -- > H
      I. mvt TWe i3. Ganilaman or Vouni
      . .- dixibla badtnom *iar
      king the i*a. Board raaaonobla rant
      lha rllit parly Phona t4M
      a s.iei i ti
      ' A For Ih* month "I I ."
      niadiAla onupanry. lull, tumlahad
      lluiia^low at Worthin*. includlna
      HaHa, T-lapli-mo G-rar
      and all
      .. MtSAW Ba i
      V.iandah. Drawinf
      ll ilt.-.111- m riiiinifia watrf.
      |. KJItbati wilh limit In
      ami Sink. *(' A- Bath. Wat*
      M <1RKRNIDGF. IUH
      (tnaaaa BRITTO\* t.rm laav of land
      ha-*t Appls
      Modva-i fulij. fumlahad rhalat ti<
      nnvata ratal* atandln. In half an ai i.
      >' wall krpt and laid out .rdanaon.
      sss, sa..~ " b'",""ui "
      Thm houaa >iUM lara* "wlo* i"om
      nm room, two b.troona to whk ,. an
      Bin badrwom ran b adatad
      T.IM bathroom with tub ESS .1
      thai and cold watari and bull
      rupboard. Iliad hltohan with

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      leaanta quartan wi
      houaa I* taolrful
      hava both drap -W|
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      1 tha K11 nli'11 11 .ut
      Rowaiuia Uinib.
      IMBI.lt SAJJKS
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      nl thM preparation, and aa a raxilt It 1'
      atarianaiidad by a vary largr numbor
      ol Mrd-.il Man and G.nar.ologMI.
      Madr bv tin- a.ima manufactuiara o
      O) m.ml" Tublrt"
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      NIV. II ATT I.I
      Sinatra r
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      1 Rhorr. Frank
      A CABMBS ft CO I.T1
      fj
      win .an b> mmm
      at Dav.all'a Road.
      .1 I ..c-lotk. ona
      ..I i.all.-.- Ti-
      Hr.lM.oIIH.
      matufo. UmawtiHl, braadfrult, .iul |
      'ini. wlra-nMah encloaad loch
      k-atabla (trdon and tool - 1 aardon patb* .HI b* aaM
      ilalird 11 dnUrrd. Attractive prirr
      owner BJtO between IB am
      P m. Hi jo- ii
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      ktlcban. Twllad aaad Pallium
      1 ti muil Uo Mkl forma Ct
      Appl> DAHCV A BCOTT.

      IkOOl 1 will -ell at
      I0> btieel on ruJa1
      I..rry IT
      ! Kenne Dial 3*47
      n iii.tru.ted by tha
      I I'm..muter to oiler lur Mle
      ; at Bay fllreet on Tueadi
      y ol June, beamnlni at
      111 BaaMo the lye Ward. A ono note)
      buildina aa by M. built ol wall, wood
      a.lvani/e. ami ruvried with aaKaiili*
      m Neat U a two Moray buildina: j
      H 37 liuill ol alone and limber, mi
      paarotod nih -K-i,,,- ,.,.i .hlnalr. ai-1
      "ivlrm room 3 bedroom, ami
      loilrt ami l^th, k,t-hi
      13 by 10.
      rrad wi
      4i Tlia Ual Ii a one alnrey buildina
      I by 1 built of llli.k Alone and mirm
      lih aalvanlie. and Ii aeated Thl. build
      ui can ba ol tiemenili.ua help in the
      I new buii(nlow
      All tne above mint be removed within
      ur .4. weak, from date ol aala
      Irupertlon anv day eirepl Sunday.
      D- ARCV A BCOTT.
      UNDER THE SILVER
      HAMMER
      T,i-n. Pan
      1.
      1 1
      .- ..
      7 a ao Jn
      PROFESSIONAL NOTICE
      :>R 1 i
      Bay III

      IIS- Upper
      iimpraciie
      Asthma Mucus
      Dissolved isf. Day
      Tlleio.i- IHIl
      1 m
      ~iUf*8B*, 1Mb 1
      i;i: \NKI 1: TROTMAN
      Aurlloneeni
      ry fuat day th- all
      aoi.ed. thus flrina
      and roMI
      InJaaM
      MandJio tableia a
      fraw Irani Aalbl -r.| lnoi
      to na time, even though you
      -rad lor year a Mr.,*.. .
      that If la guaranteed i ,iv,
      breaJhiLK in at h
      alopyout Aathi 1
      ..ti -.tirm of empty pacaaa.
      Nendaco
      /nab idafAmd B'omtMlU /lu
      I. ttia-
      I

      UNDER THE SILVER
      HAMMER
      1 IW1AV Mb b> .i.det of Mr
      F J rVtcle wr will u-ll In- lluu-f
      ..pp.iiiitn^it. arhlati ... prarlar.ll,v n.-w
      mi in i-yferi rondltinn m "Wanauioi"
      Abbeville Uardrna -Imli includr*
      aa* SI Upright Chair,
      barviiia; and Orname.it Thblaa. Tas.
      ?tnaar Waap>m. nat Top Drak.
      Mm 1- Suiir.-Brttrc and 4 Arm Chair.
      ill witb r>uii|>illa Cuahkiiia, Cock-Tall
      nd Coffee Tablca aU In >LU-a>.L.
      In 1 oh Mom- ("hair* and Cuahlaru. uu
      Wan>. Taa Narvlce. Rlettrlr lamp*.
      *i-h Knlvea and Porka. Plated Waie.
      XBtaa iJatht*. Cardan Lamp Electric
      Iroaat, Two Sln;le Bed dead- with Vono
      SfuKUfa. Wlndwr Prnae*. Valiilv Table
      with Triplet Mirrora and Stool all In
      I.on Bedatiwl .md Bpilna CfMBB Paint-
      ro Bodatead. Dreaatnd Table Daak 4r
      1. aJBv 1 .""..1 iul-. oniki- 11.ifik.-i-ini.il
      POrttOl hmwIiiiiiii K lichen
      l-iui.t. GL.aa C.iblnat tor ware. Uianu-I
      Tm> Taldr. Ironlitd Heard 3 Humei
      -.-i..r Sim. Kit.Inn Vt.n.ila. Pireior.
      -. Mower. Trunk, and many
      i ..tlotk Term, caah
      1 van doatrabia property kaa>wi
      IIOTK1. WORTHING on SKA
      erly Brlilliana Hotel, -landina o
      (Uiaai. thouaand aquara leel inehid-
      anlrarwa driveway from Publi.
      tOSOther with
      ilubla
      twem bauuna
      B/ora ai
      l-.t Plrwl 1
      ea balhini A window on tha ocean
      10I and cory location With allfl
      illeralloti! ran be made hlfh cl*
      lotrl or Nialil club
      Offara In wrlllna received up t.) 301
      lune. Itao. l.v
      B. J KOCK a CO .
      Ill Roebuck Sit ret
      In.pectkm any day.
      ISM 11
      Ai llridae
      piupeity an,
      Il i.i-uha. o( arable Land.
      all houae wliu-h ha. aua.di.all H
      ir.ml. Gallerv. Drawlna ami Diniu.
      Rin. i.o
      Bedroom.. Water Toilet
      and Balh. Kitchen and Uaiaae Alao a
      tarae-Slird Wall Hhi.p If mtere.trd In
      pma .t.*k. and doing bu.inew.. thl.
      place
      n-it
      1 A BCOTT.
      l.iaa'inr lane
      M an
      TlliaAWNV t
      imr bed riviiw. e
      UBj public
      RBaU .- 1 an taad
      1 with t.mi.11 a w.le
      -mi. large allety, aec
      .-... room ana lotkrt.
      ANhfaTX- -fiaw wall building, wltn twi
      bed roonu. with running water, dlniiu
      and attlind rooma and di.ragr Tralawn;
      1. now rayited lo. tao 00 month aaid
      Anne. Stono a nmtilh Hra-mabla offei
      will he acreplad Itvone 30PI
      4 a sa- r
      KnocBirgj At Your Door.' To Mb
      Mr Mean. Ml.m, The H.,.1 11, pUn<
      A l-AVAIIIJC WIUHJBKAI,r. !,IOUO
      lirSINIStrt is- TUP. CTTY Wllrl ^rch.u
      ii* Right, direct from AaTant. Includin
      T Ctdaretiea from I'... t.,t. A Baiw
      than., for at. Active Han with a.uii
      t Plial No Kad Tape No Bo- DaAia
      tloitwr for Only 110t)o Nrti. A Tut
      M.rry BtonaWAli Bualnr-a A llr-ld-nt.
      lo Tudor St Can Yield over 1100 p m
      Going for Only 110.MO A S. a.idr \
      Bedroom Btonewall Biuigal^w at IN>nt-
      bella-A New and Attt.ctivr Heaaida
      Hedroom 1TW0 wlUi P.. 11..
      J.nwa.
      m. BtiMiewal
      Bandy Beach.
      iminouae Kvertla Roof,
      Off Mam Rd. Band Can Be Bold. Ootiig
      li-deed BaaaonabLeA Dealnable I Red-
      loom I lane 1 Stondweli Bungalow 1
      / 1 Condition at Monlritii Ciardont
      Tho Aroo with IkBClora. Goma ~"n
      able Monaagr- Arranged Ftiuprr 111
      o. Ilia D F deAbrtu A Trained Mai
      tail al OK.e Ik.iafh. Hoitlfiaw .., c*|t.
      Broa Tudor Bl Cttv
      I will aa* up lor aalr b> .'MJ.ik Coni-
      petilioii at my Ofllc*, Vm-
      FHIUAY
      ......
      ikh
      with aaw aQuare leet of land HoubO
      runtalni cloaaa| gallm. drhwina an.
      dlnliui ranaao. I laaaaroon... moram,
      1.10m. W C A Iliad I1..H1. kitchen
      pantry. Bloctric lifht -ronu fc* SSB.H
      p.* 11.11, ia
      IMMPD1ATB VACANT rosBFMKION
      II Tha dwwtliiuj houae .-..Had KAK1--
      MLIf altuatad at Bpoonera Hill, par*
      .lining 1...11W. 3 he,lt,..,i,i.. ,aer and
      elantikr Ughla-aVnt. Im B30 00 |^t
      month Por rn.pe.iM, .md condllbm.
      nl *.le appli to R ABX-lirat M.KF.N7.IK
      Htre.^ ih.ii >HT
      CAMBLOT. CheUra Road, .tanding
      11,010 .|u>re (rrl land, houaa cantaina
      rlaaod alloa>. iltawma. din in a. 3 bed-
      room, wilh lunnma w-tei i..Hki-
      10.1111. kilchrnrtir and kuchen Now thj
      ' Dial IMI K
      PART ONE ORDERS
      By
      Lieut-Col. J. CONNELL. O.B.E.. ED.
      Coinniandiiid.
      The Barbados Keglment.
      Issue No. 22 2 June' -*
      PAKAIIKS
      Combined rehen.l far thr Kin\ RlrthtU) raraatr
      There will bo n combined rehearsal for tip King'* Dirtbday Paradi
      Dfl Tucsd.iy G Jun. 50, ;it 1630 hotim. AU ranks aie renunded ibat
      this is a compulsory parade and that aiu waluntSSf who ubacnU
      himself wlthtml leave or reanona'.lf excuse to the satisfaction of
      the CO.. in liable to ;< line, lindec seettttR 14 of the Volunteer
      Regulation*. 1949.
      Ordeni far thr Kins'* RlrtMav r ,, ,.i,
      Th King** Ilirthday Parade will be held at the Garrison
      Savannah on Thursday, 8 Jun 60. Troops will conform to the
      Billowing time table:
      rail In at barrack* 0720 hrs.
      Markers 0730 .,
      Advance 0735 .,
      Parade In position and dressed 0750
      Commandan: Local f ; reeeived 0758
      His exceUency received OBoo
      Dre>s for Parade:
      Officers: Tunics, Blacks, LD i Brown belts and swords
      Other Ranks: Shirts, shorts, hoots, short puttees jiuI husetopa.
      berets. I eltl ."' I froc-
      Mr-'al Ribbons will be WOTn by .ill l-
      Officers artenrlhiij as spectators will NOT wear swords.
      All voluntt
      their kit .
      CAMP
      imp will report lo St. Ann's Fort with
      i He 9th June. 1950.
      OKDFKI.V OIHIIK AMI OKDKI11.V HKRJCANT FOR WEEK
      i:MHN(i 12 JINK. 195C
      Orderly Officer
      Ordi rly Serjeant
      Next For tiut*
      Ordert] Oflacar
      Orderly s.-rir.itii
      2 Ll S. C. Lashley
      2t>y sjt. ixinf. c. B.
      P 1. C IVti-ikin
      :. s I'.l.itkett. L. L.
      L I) SKKWI-S-COX.
      Ma |..r.
      B.OI..F a rVdrktant,
      The Barbados Regiment
      SmPPEiSG NOTICES
      ROYAL NETHERLANDS
      STEAMSHIP CO.
      tj;\\
      eiRp
      -All I
      IF.ICI1.1A" July I H IPh
      FRMtl AM.ISIUiVU Wli
      1HI VIM
      8 8. COTTTCA June SSrd
      1 SI IKINAUU: -Iul. alit
      lAILDfO TO MADSIKt. ri l Mill TH
      tWVt.KI- AMI tV-r*Kli\M
      M s .HLANJIiSTAD" June STth.
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      M H "IffBlJMA" June 30th
      h P MUSBU.N. BON A Ct l^TD .
      Aamaa
      Tne M DAERWOOD"
      accept Cargo and pamengers for
      St. Lucis. St. Vincent. Grenada
      and Aruha. Sailing Saturday 10th
      IllI BW.I. SCHOONER
      OWNFRS ASSN INC.
      Consignee. Dial 4047.
      Canadian National Steamships
      OI'THBOI'ND
      CAN CitrtSJ.ii
      1ADY NElitON
      CAM KWBTRUCTOI
      LADY BODNT^-
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      L.vli. KODNKY
      NORTBBUl'ND
      IAOY RODNEY
      U*DY NElatON
      IADY KODNin-
      1ADY NaOaSON
      UADY KUDNKY
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      3rd .ly
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      lua " J"i>
      j, ay ".Ui Au<
      a*u> Au.
      lap. WU* Bop.
      14th July
      r-.i. a-a
      ~h AU*
      arrlrea
      UalUai
      31 at Jutao
      10th July
      tan Auf
      ain Aud
      lal Cart.
      r-.i. July
      aui Aug.
      Tth Sap.
      aMfaajg
      Maatraal
      SHh Juno
      iatn July
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      jrd Bep
      aui Oct
      GARDINER AUSTIN 4
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      Flah Ni'w'
      Wr hve Jum n
      IOVO
      lived a shipment of
      smews
      a Han
      Till: IIMII'il F.MPOIIII iM
      r Ltd. Prcorietots'
      i fli Tudor Streets
      Dec
      Amount granted
      Horatio
      si. Mkawl
      Arthur. Thomas ..
      Jiascornbe, Lavtna
      liridgeman. Alfred
      Hridgeman, Alfred
      Clarke, Conataiua
      Crawford. Edltb ..
      Kst Crtchlow. Frederick
      per Goodndge, Preston
      Drake*. Darnley a Helena I.
      Esiwick. Benjamin B.....
      omens, Rhoda......
      Holloway. Dermora B.....
      Hood. Gersldine KC. ..
      Hoyte. John R......
      Johnson, lnei et alia
      Jordan, Benlamln
      Layne, Clementina
      Medford, Lavlnia
      Est. Norris, George H. Dec., pa
      Norrls, Mary.....
      Est. Parrls. Oerald Dec per
      Parris, EvanjeUne
      Pains, JarruM D. .
      Phillips. Alphonia
      Phillips. Evan.....
      Phillips, Oscar.....
      Rawtlns, Charles H. ..
      Scale. Ethel .....
      Smith, Lilian
      Thompson, Josephus a
      Weekes. Clifford T. per
      Weekes. Reuben, Attorney
      Wiltshire, Drustlla
      SI. James
      Adams, Ethel fc Owen ..
      Baird. LeBlie
      Benakln. Charles
      Crick. James al.......
      DoughUn. Joeeph N.....
      Earle, Augustus......
      Eat wick, Reuben ..
      Fletcher, Albertha per Skeete.
      Fletcher, Aibertha per Skeete,
      St. C.........
      dreaves. Millleent et alia
      Hinds, Alfred per Hinds,
      Carlotta ......
      Holder, Abraham
      Howell, Miriam fc Clement
      Husbands, Clarence
      Jordan, Samuel per Jordan,
      Le Roy ........
      Mahon, Joeeph N.
      Richards. Ellen .. ..
      Sandllord. Ivan and St. Clolr .
      Skeete. Dauphines*
      Spnnger Walter and Kathleen..
      Tyrell, Clara .. -- -
      Warner, Clarence a a
      81 Peier
      Bend, James ......
      Bend, Nathaniel......
      Edwarda. FUs......
      Gllkes, Albertha......
      Harris, Lilian......
      Rock, Martha Jane
      Watson, John ......
      Worrell, James E.
      Yearwood, Evelyn
      St. John, Kenneth fc Brathwaite.
      U. C. .-
      st Laey
      Agard. Jacqueline St. E.
      Afleyne, F1U Herbert ..
      Austin, Kenneth M.
      Austin, Lionel A
      Babb, klvlra and Ronald
      Bishop, Vivian D.
      Boyce. Joseph N.
      Boyce, William B. G. ..
      Brume, Charles
      Brome Edceton
      Broanes, Carlisle S.
      Chandler, Frederick W.
      Collymore. Sydney
      Collymore. William H. .
      Collymore, William H. ..
      Colthrust, James A.
      Corbln. Elolse E.
      For. 1.-. Fell* O.....
      Gibbons, Charles .
      Goodrldge. Henry and Maude
      Grant, George
      Grant, Ruth
      Greaves, Blon
      Griffith. Adolphus
      Haynes, Charles B. and Edmonia
      Johnson, Ada L ..
      Johnson Burton
      Johnson, Joseph 8t. C. ..
      Leslie, Mildred and Theresa
      Roach, Gibeon A.
      Skeete, Edmund
      Skeete Garfield
      Skinner, Joeeph A.
      Slocombe. Norman
      Sobers, Ivan C.....
      Springer. Christopher
      Yearwood, Beatrice
      Yearwood, Cyril ..
      Yearwood, Laurlne O'D.
      91. Andrew
      Alley ne, Stanley
      Alleyne. Hubert
      Barnes, George
      Best. Alydia and Elvira ..
      Est Best. Charles H. Dec per
      Best, Seward
      Best, Edwin A......
      Campbell, Thexiphllus ..
      Clarke. Charles A. ... ..
      Cottle, Albeit.....
      Foster, Joeeph E
      Foster, Nathaniel
      Francis. Albert Wm.
      GilL Evan A......
      Goxrdridge. Theophilus ..
      Haynes, Abreuda.....
      Haynes, Abrenda.....
      Hulloway. Norman
      Hunte, Archibald
      Jordan. Jcnathan N.
      Jordan. Leslie
      Kellman, Elijah McD. ..
      Leaeock, Elizabeth et alia
      Est Licorish, John L. dec. per
      Blackett. Geraldine .
      Marshall, Cecs......
      Marshall, Edith.....
      Medford, Richard F.
      Moore, Fits .....
      Morris, Joseph N
      Murray, Joeeph.....
      Payne, l-ouise .. .
      Prescod, Matilda.....
      Roach, Leon DaC.....
      Sobers, Leonard ..
      Est. Springer, Collls H. dec pe
      Springer. Rosamund ..
      Stephenson. Charles B. ..
      Vaughan, Alonza
      Vaughan, Benjamin
      Worrell. Clarice ..
      Worrell. Joseph H.
      Worrell. Selbert ..
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      25.00
      215.00
      10.00
      26 00
      Cave Hill
      Jackson*
      Hagjult Hall
      Clevedale
      Near Mock Dundo
      Haggalt Hall
      Whitehall "
      Wavell Avenue
      Rural Cot
      Nr. Buxion School
      Bush Hall
      FalrBcld
      Whitehall
      Haggatt Hall
      Burneys
      Jaeksons
      St. Stephen's Hill
      Haggatt Hall
      Lodge Hill
      Baiters
      Jaeksons
      Haggatt Hall
      Flint Hall
      Haggatt Hull
      w. t Ireland
      Garden
      Profcpe-1
      W.
      Orange Hill
      Holder's Hi'll
      Mount Standfast
      00
      38
      01
      01
      02
      22
      18
      00
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      03
      West on Carlton t 3 02 00
      Weiston nnd Ml Garden 1). .ii.. : Village Weslon Standfast 2 ft ] 2 a 2 23 06 00 00
      Carlton Carlton lloyte's Village Carlton Ml Standfast Prospect Garden and Mt Weslon Standfast 1 1 2 s s s 2 2 0 1 2 08 29 Bl IS 00 39 00 00
      Ashton Hall 1 1 0 2 0 2 2 ii
      Mile and Qr. The Whim 1 00 21
      Ashton Hall
      The Whim
      Ashton Hall
      Pie Corner
      Crab Hill
      josey Hill
      Pic Corner
      Crab inn
      Nr Lowland
      Checker Hall
      Chance Hall
      Crab Hill
      Nr. Spring Garden
      Josey Hill
      Checker Hall
      Pie Corner
      Northumberland
      Well field
      Chance Hall
      Josev Hill
      Half Moon Fort
      Nr. Retreat & Wakenham
      Petersys
      Crab Hill
      Pie Corner
      Nr. Lowland
      Harrisons fc Checker Hall
      Nr. Wakenham
      The Risk
      Nr Lowland
      Bea View
      Ni. Lowland
      Checker Hall
      Checker Hall & Bent hams
      Checker Hall
      Crab Hill
      Checker Hall
      Graveyard
      Checker Hall
      Near The Hope
      St. Simons
      Mount All
      BellcyUiine and Lakes
      Rock Hall
      Rock Hall
      Rock Hall
      Belle Plalne
      Mount All
      Hiliaby arid Whitehall
      Rock Hall
      Hiliaby
      Itelleplaine
      Belleplaine
      Nr Friendship
      Nr. Friendship
      Mount All
      Walkers
      Retleplaine and Lakes
      Belle Plaint
      Cane Garden
      Hiliaby
      St. Simons
      Chalky Mount
      Mount All
      Rock Hall
      Mount All
      Rock Hall
      Mount All
      Cane Garden
      Mount All
      Cane Garden
      St Simons
      Belleplaine
      Belleplaine
      Ik'lleplaine and Lakes
      Hiliaby
      Lakes
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      I
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      1 1*
      1 a
      i 2
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      > 2
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      SIA'DAY. JIVE 4. 1950
      SUNDAY AOVOCATI*
      applications KM LOAN& i-iaswts loan bank
      PAGF FIFTH \
      M Ja-eph.
      Bry.
      Bi D
      Beadfey, Ea'ton A.
      Holder. Aubrey N.
      Hortun. Edna L. C
      Jamei N.
      Prtadlla et aha
      Roach. Leon DaC.
      Walcott. Henry W.
      Williams. Lout** ..

      Codring
      ,0. .
      Doc. per
      Hi J-ahn.
      * Evelyn E
      Be|KTave. Edith
      Browne. Hermlont
      Evelyn
      Clarke. Egbert D
      (.Ydrington. Edith A. ..
      I I Codnngton. Egerton. D
      per Codrlngton. Eunice
      Joseph per Downe*.
      ii dt n
      KV.rJe. Elson w.
      Eat. Graane, F,t? II Dec. per
      Greene. Grace
      H..MH'. Hanrj W
      Shepherd. Fitz G L.
      Shorey. Sarah A. &
      ton. John
      Thornc. Clement per Codring
      ton. E.
      SI. Philip.
      Alleyne. Bruce E & Eva
      Alleyne. Fit* Herbert
      Alleyne. George William
      Alleyne, John William
      Alleyne. Melvin W.....
      Alleyne. Reginald H.
      Alleyne. St Clair
      Bannister. Allan fc Ins
      Barrow. Ada A.......
      Batwin, Lavinla......
      Hayne. Robert F.
      Brathwaite. Carol W
      Hrathwatte. Douglas 4 Lame,
      M.i hie .....
      Browne. Gertrude
      Carlin. Sarah E. ..
      Clarke. Jame* N.....
      CtHiniigiufi. Joseph C. ..
      Daniel Ctinstianna
      Daniel. FiU Herbert
      Deane, Dorothy el al:
      II. Edward U
      KUis George A.
      Forde. Clarence C
      Cittern, Gu-nfield
      Gooding. Ethel
      UN ald*, Allan It
      Greenidge. Eva W.
      Grernidge. Lionel E.
      Hi.irwood. Waiter L.
      Holder. Warwick
      Hume, Donald DaC.
      Hunte. James A.
      Hume. Jarnn T.
      Jones, Julian L.
      Jones. Oneal St. C.
      King. Edwin L. .
      Rfl Kirton. Emn
      Pilgrim. Elliott
      Mapp, Joseph DbC.....
      AUrahall. Ben-rfawd G.....
      Marshall, Winifred
      James .. ,,
      Mason. Joseph St. C.....
      McCarthy. Arthur B.....
      McCarthy. William H.....
      Murrell. Joseph E.
      Newton. Ernestine
      Paine. Monlngton D.
      Pilgrim, Irene R. el alia
      Roach, Winifred......
      Sargeant, Drusilla ,\
      Scaly, Thomas......
      Est. Wilkinson. Prince Dec. per
      Wilkinson, Kosella & Earl ..
      < MM Church
      Auams. Theodore
      Est. Alleyne. Joseph Dec. per
      Alleyne. Percy
      Bamtt Pits Herbert
      Barrow. Charles R.
      Amanda J. per Morris,
      Prancli ......
      Bwpham. Miriam
      Bynoa, Elreita......
      Cal lender, Joseph W.....
      rt Braai -. p. a.....
      t:inrk Doris Mildred ..
      Clarke. Enid & Myra
      tinkc. Samuel......
      Ilr.iyton. Joseph
      Edward*. Cecil James
      Eversley. James N
      Plaits, Lottie M.......
      Gitttna, Reuben ., ^
      Greene. Lewin C.
      Mil, Simeon B.......
      Jones, Reginald.......
      King. Mary E ei alia
      Knight, Piu Clarence ..
      Layne. Arthur.....
      Layne. James Edwards ..
      Loach, David A.......
      George D.....
      Nurse. Benjamin
      Nur>e. Samuel A.
      Nurse, St. Clair......
      Pitt, 1. Mil
      Powleit, Robert J.....
      Small. Gaslon S.
      Small, Irene A.......
      Taylor. George H.
      Walcott, Felix ......
      Warner, Gertrude
      Weekes. Ernest W. .. .*
      Williams. Caleb......
      Wiltshire, St. Clair
      St. George
      BirfcMt, Joseph A.
      Corbln. Cecil A.
      Green, Miriam G.
      Harding, James E.....
      Holmes. Irene ......
      Rawlins. Charles H
      Scott, Charles C.......
      Trotman, George E.....
      Waithe. Violet & Deane. Archi-
      bald
      St Thomas
      H.iniieid. Martha. .. alia
      Belle. Jame* ......
      Bispham, Aberdeen H. ..
      Boycc. Elizabeth
      Brathwaite. John per Brath-
      waite, E. ......
      Clinton, Joseph N. .. .
      Collins. Cyril
      Et. Dorunt, Ursula Dec per
      Dorunt. Beatrice
      Duranl. Reginald A. F.
      Durant. Selina
      Edey. Elijah
      Gibbs. Rosa
      Gibson. Clarence McD.
      Jordan, Mary R
      King. May B.....
      Marshall. Edith ..
      <>:!-. Kenrlck R
      Payne. Joaeph A.
      Thompson, Leonorj
      Washington. Gallon
      Vearwood, Frederick A
      Amount granted
      * e,
      25 00
      37.00
      50 00
      42 00
      23 00
      13 00
      M N
      60 00.
      I.....j
      25 00
      25.00
      60 00
      50 00
      100.00
      50 0U
      15 00
      26.00
      50 oo
      80.00
      30.00
      50.00
      25.00
      70 U0
      20 00
      66 00
      90 00
      3l 00
      75 DO
      25.00
      10.00
      75.00
      100 00
      50 00
      86 00
      SO 00
      60 oo
      125 OH
      S3.00
      50.00
      70 00
      40 HO
      33.00
      50.00
      40.00
      50.00
      106.00
      40.00
      16.00
      15.00
      60.60
      100 66
      36 00
      20 00
      25 60
      50 00
      150 00
      36 00
      40 00
      ...I III!
      40 00
      60.00
      50.00
      100 00
      75 00
      12.00
      20.00
      32 00
      12 00
      125.00
      200 00
      25 00
      ino on
      20 00
      60 00
      HO 00
      100 00
      50 Oil
      60 OQ
      60 00
      25 OO
      36 00
      25 (HI
      30 00
      75.00
      50.00
      100 Oft
      130.00
      30.00
      2......
      200 00
      .ill it.i
      III 00
      50 U0
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      25.00
      40.00
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      40.00
      125 00
      70.00
      60 00
      70 00
      150 00
      36 00
      60 00
      30.00
      50.00
      32.00
      25.00
      25.00
      25.00
      25.00
      36 00
      85.00
      25 00
      50 00
      30.00
      100 00
      100.00
      45.00
      55.00
      50 00
      20 00
      30 00
      86 00
      15 00
      n on
      10.00
      If .00
      50.00
      20.00
      12.00
      65 00
      30.00

      St Sylvans
      Venture
      Cleavers Hill

      Bragg- Hill
      Cleaver's Hill .
      Cane Garden
      Near Richmond
      St Elizabeth .
      Sherboume
      Hall
      Sealy Hall
      In n
      Stewart's Hill
      Carter*
      BOtl] Hall
      Sealy Hall
      Carters
      Near Glenhournie
      Sealy Hall
      Stewart's Hill
      Near Apple Hall
      The Nursery
      Stroud Land
      Merrlckl
      Eastbourne
      Endeavour Ac Eaatbuurtie
      Eastbourne
      Kirtons
      Merruks
      Diamond Valley
      Near Bayteys ..
      Penny llnh-
      Marchlltld and K
      March field
      Ml
      Stroud La
      Bupan
      Kirtotw
      Kirt on-
      Bay field
      Industry Hall
      Spring Pan
      Eastbourne
      iMt Pmni
      March fie id
      Airy Hill
      Diamond Valla]
      Pounders
      Eastbourne
      N.ar Hopelaiul
      East Point
      Merruks
      Eastbourne
      sTiilliimniO)
      Stone Hall
      The Nursery .
      Diamond Valle\
      Uaylleld
      Near Stone II.HI
      Near Bequest
      East Point
      Near Mount Plea*
      March lie Id
      Bayleys
      Near Bavlev<
      Marley Vale
      Near Palmers
      Duncans
      Little Bom
      Eastbourne
      Baylleld
      Eastbourne .
      Near Yorkshire
      Maxwell Hill
      Pilgrim
      Enterprise
      1,.
      Enterprise
      C'hal
      ...
      Kendal Hill
      Silver Hill
      Bournes
      C ha mocks
      Clapham
      Bartletts
      Wileox
      Peg we 11
      Hopewell
      Pilgrim
      Near Warners .
      Ventnor
      Industry Hall
      Wllcox
      Maynards
      Enterprise
      Randal Hill
      Sion Hill
      Charnncks
      Bournes
      Nr. St Christopher
      Bournes
      Maxwell Hill
      Killing Grove .
      Pilgrim
      Chancery I.ane
      Saraeam's Village
      Edcy"* Village
      Hopewedl
      Sargeant's Village
      Walker's Vullev
      Workmans
      Prerogative
      i ire.
      Walker's Vnllev
      Salters
      Ellertun
      Mlddlcton
      Thorpe Cot
      Rock HaU
      Welchman Hall
      Arthur Seat
      Welchman Hall
      Nr. Barnwell
      Rock HaU
      Welchman Hall .
      Blunts
      Spring Farm
      Welchman Hall
      Kew Land
      Welchman Hall
      Rock Hall
      Hillaby
      Bridgeficld Jack-.
      Welchman Hall.
      Arthur Seat
      Welchman Hall
      Hillaby
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      23
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      37
      37
      24
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      33

      24
      28
      04
      15
      34
      3
      3
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      1 0
      a 3
      3 0
      3 3
      I
      4 0
      2 1
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      in 0
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      AT YOUR SERVICE IX (1*A1N'<1, DTI [NO 1 41 Mir UNI. AND BAT DUSSfXi RAYMOND JORDAN Bay Strait. Ops* Cnmbtnnrt* SI
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      SI PPLKMKNT\KY LIST OK
      P FAS ATS"
      \PPLU ATIONS
      LOAN BANK
      FOK LOANS
      R W1FS ' Lmm A | P
      St Michael 1
      Clarke. Ada S IS
      Wallace. Snbert I? (Ill 1 so
      Si. Laey
      Moore. Frederick 100 00 Hall 3 0 00
      SI. II
      Benjamin. Adrianna 1 2 00
      Kill. Aaron N h Mount Al 1 3 14
      Sandiford. William i 1 2 OS
      St. JuiU.
      Aneyne. Anna B 5 00 Sugar 11,1
      larrier. Oaaa a t as
      SI Philip 1
      Lantar, Hwom c Hi si ,i ...
      Marshall. John W .i I. Baj
      Chrlal t hurrh
      Colucci, Giuseppi Graham, Samuel 200 00 25 00 Chancery Une a o w 1 39 '2 o in;
      King. Cecil |M Mil I v
      St. Ge*rtF
      Wason. Rupert R ?.. Illl I 38
      SI Tkanw.
      Broomes. James A. Arthur Seat 3 06
      Carnngton. Rulh Anne || IHI Carnngton
      Cox, Estclle 125.00 Welchman H..1 2 2 09
      Whitehall. Arthur W 20.00 Whitehall V:!1..,, 1 31
      111 1 HI
      APPLICATIONS for i.owv PEASANTS' LOAN BANK

      NAMES LOCALITY A It i' Amount granted 1 c prat lou ; gr.i ite I
      si Michael J i
      GRtans, Rhnna Hau 1 1 .i BM I"' : Illl
      Hood. Qaraldlne St. C. .. 11 anua S 2 00 100 00 00 (Hi
      I Hunte, James A Oxford . laj III Hall I 0 ii:. 100 no
      I'lullips. Bvai ...... 1 1 M 140 00 60 uO
      Miles. Egluii ...... 1 0 04 120 00
      Wiltshire. DrugUla 2 01 IHI fe) en
      lamev
      Earle. Augustus . HUl 1 3 00 50 00 M M
      Flt4< her, Albertha per
      Skeete. St Clair ' | 07 loo no 25 00
      Hall. Octavia 1........ H i VHIajo 3 30 urn mi
      Holder. Abraham : SI Peler
      Bend. James ...... H i 1 70 no MS (HI
      Bend. Nathaniel...... 31 70 00 50 00
      Edwards, Fitr ...... .. 1 u 1 HO 00 40 00
      si. I.uey
      llnne:. Carlisle H..... 1 2 M 1110 (HI .'ill 00
      Collymore, William H. .. Kind.. Felix O....... WellAeld t 0 1 o ion oo M on 100 00
      Half Mooi l 36 (HI
      Grant. Frederick 1 1 3)1 hu no
      Ruth ...... Hill 2 IH'i 20 00 15 00
      Grifnth. Adolphui Nr Lot land 2 no 00 00 55.00
      Roach. Gibeon A. 4 t 00 7r> oo 100 oo
      Slocombe, Norman ;..ll 3 n 70 00 36 00
      Yearwood, Laurine O'D. Nr The Hope 2 OO 3" 00 25 00
      Si Andrew
      Campbell. Theophihis Bclleph.in.. I 3 30 ioo no 75 00
      Carnngton. Archibald .. da I 1 :;: 1.....Ill
      Benjamin, Adrianna H.H-k Kail 2 00 50 00 25 00
      Carringtnn, Prladlla ine G nden 1 n 00 100 00 _
      Poder. Joseph E. Hlllaba H 100 00 50 00
      Gill, Evan A...... il.llepl.mn Ft w 40 (HI 60 00
      Haynes, Abrendu 1 1 00 100 00 i mi
      11.11. Aaron ..... Mount All 1 3 14- 100 oo 80 00
      Marshall. Edith ... Chalkv Mount 1 00 50 Moore. PIU ...... Mount All 1 3 00 01) 00 40.00
      Pnvne\ Louise Ro Btaphanaon, Charles B..... st Stmona 00 111...... 20 00
      Sobers. Mltchlnson BN 111 une 2 Oil 40 00
      Worrell, Clarice Bellepl.nne 4 .1 150 00 215 00
      st i-hili v-r^Ptr
      1 Alleyne, St Clfttf F.i 3 M inn 011 50 00
      Bgffallfb Ellis, Oeorfe A..... i 1 Illl M 7'. no 1(111 no 25 00
      h 80 IH>
      Parda, Clan twa C..... IMI Illl) (Ml |*l "HI
      aid I mi 40 00 25 00
      Greenidge, Llonal K DUmond v..n. 1 0 00 1 | ii..
      Matilda I'llUlidi I-; 1 o 24 1..... 50 00
      . i i *..... Di.iiik..... Vallej 2 oo Mi mi
      Marshall. Bareaford * i Stone Hall 2 no 4" 00 25 on
      Mi oi Jamaa East Point U 0 mi (HI (HI 150 00
      Joseph St C Moj flli'. William H. A Ml Ii nl 2 II 120 00 Sfi no
      |'. 1 i 01 |M (HI Wl 00
      (hrlat Churl h
      Clarke. Samuel . ?barnocl 1 2 0? 411 IHI on tHi
      Drayb n, Joaaph 1 1 in 00 Wl on mi
      Eveislev. James N. WUcoa 3 11 >tn i,ii 16.00
      Glttens. Reuben Dpi til 2 21 20 00 30 00
      King. Maiy F Indufclry ll^ll . I 'l IHI 100 00 130 00
      futxandai Bayai Cnurl l ii 03 200 00
      M, freorre
      Cecil A....... 1 1 37 ....... 30 00
      Sargeant. Arthur Sweat Bottot 1 n 31 ISO 00
      . i Iman, George E. MBddlateo 1 3H 75 00 25 00
      Waithe. Violet and
      Deane, Archibald 3 03 7f. an it to
      St Themaa
      Bispham. Aberdeen H. .. Collins, Cyril M....... Arthui Saat 1 Nr Baranvall 1 17 ion On 4r. (V
      Jordan. Mary R. Welch"- in Hall 1 0 (rt 80 00 15.425 00 2r> oo
      APPLICATION'S 1 XMt LOANS. PRfl S A NTS' 1. OAN HANK "B"
      Amount
      NAMES 1 M.1TV A R P Amount panted pt.viousH granted
      si Michael 1 e 1
      Weekes. Clifford T C pat
      Weekes. Reuben, Atty si Peter a Hall 2 0 13 285 00
      Clir.M ( itureh -------
      St. John, Kanneth and B 3 16 A0 00 400 00
      Brathwaite. U. C-
      St Andrew Graham. Samuel j;i 35 00 25 no
      li..r-l< ' ..

      f aj SI 210 #0
      APPLICATIONS OR LOANS. PL, SANTS LOAN BANK "C'
      Amount
      NAMES LOCALITY A R P. Amount gj anted previously gi anted
      St Michael 1
      Sealey. Julian F '. 1 3 15 75 00
      > 1
      St Hill. Willis O, Fitts VUage 2 i>3 50 00
      Foster, Dairy A....... 1 Bellei laana .. 2 0 00 285 00 -
      NBjiii i m V ^1 Oft Ml $410 nil
      i i "1 rOTAL 1 '. ri'i7 00
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      PROPERTY
      MANAGEMENT
      Survivor
      BI II1.INU
      iisiiurs TO 111 k ULAND
      WHY HAVE BAGGAGE KllKI/l -
      Remrinber.'
      WE OtVB WMMOltALatD I ir:i< |
      SMITHS SHIPPING SltVKE
      MOVEIIS FACKKKS S. FR11QHT KORWAKUEKS
      Ali-Jiiinder Mkum-
      Jame* Street.
      B^"l",""'" Phon.-302l.
      1 on i-iiii nocci fevt . .
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      I'M.I slMKKN
      SUNDAY ADVOCATE
      M Mm rl si r>'n
      A New Era In
      Yachting
      i.

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      eti


      1



      InternJ
      ,n- other
      also race
      (1 000 I I

      Wcl......t Nwi

      i
      i
      Th.
      lot which 1
      Ibeh.
      Moyra Blah*
      \\ ins Again
      j ii wilkia-
      "M m I'.l.nr .'* -kippered
      by In* MM
      Class honour* at tin
      I Um I: 11 V C -ailed
      . .
      i vi. la | (ui the

      i
      Dii.lv-mill' boats sailed Jwk
      'Im"" in Um ha.
      Itlll BO( start
      The bo;.;-
      ' l| J'W
      :
      RaOmen Protest Antf-Commaiiisl Rill
      MI June 3

      iifl mn in llv
      U b protest J
      I
      Jrtmmurir! BJ
      \ < already
      i il!eit a am Dtesl -loppage
      HI 100.000
      ill .* directly affected
      .[art from the thousands of other*
      ifTltul'v in reach-
      ing their employmentRenter.
      STYLISH LADIES' and
      CHILDRENS' SHOES
      Mill. Low Wed,"* in Mh te \uhu--k and IV* all nxes in stock
      I \Mllci\ (UI \IIONs t\ III \ll %I\1H l>l: tU
      LOrKBtl HRIRTH M\rNv Hiil-I i..\lv
      TENNIS SHORTS ill V II UI ill lli
      IHIOXHM % i ittliW MUM*.
      -
      Seoul Notes Hollywood

      Wm >'!. i. i.,i skip-
      Be th while third
      - riil lo Owen Htirke's
      >ki'i|Marori by Ham-
      tnond.
      A thrilling finish was witnessed
      for third position in the Intcr-
      i.-iii i 'Li' i . n Te
      , m| by hit
      Gcoi'K' < owned
      i1 Un en Nun
      'he Hap
      iii of "Clytir "
      mar- Honours in this c!.- mm i
      , and whoec Johnnlr Hoad'i
      l>> In- -or. Jackie.
      il hun- which brought her number of
      victories for the MMOn to three.
      Coming second was "Dauntless,"
      owned and skippered hv William
      Bfciafr.
      Ten boats started in the '("
      Class "Gannet". owned and .skip-
      pered by IVlr; lot, CRRH lirst to
      nds of Irie run-of-the- score her second victory f. r the
      mill Studio workers il there is season. Colin liellam.v's "Mag-
      in" was second and third was
      r,(.. Wi/.ird". owned Mid kippered
      by Jim .li.nes
      run/', owned and skipper.it
      i HeolTrey JohnSOl ICOred (i.-r
      .,ui. i Uu to i mm eongratu- i'r>t vaster? foi the season in um
      U00 to $500. su.t Guard of H :'
      by 1 ". and made IheU pbni
      assembly fl parti, the 0 "hue the King ni
      they bought.
      dad by 29 the or si rted with savins 'nun In-all
      . vertho- 29Ul I ..(.- Il fMB, |
      leas be i
      ... known thai a Exhibit Bna *. Um farmei Brit-
      IPMCK-dOWII ... wIlK'li wW|, - e.
      present He is owner of one of th<
      ) Irotn pace '.*
      \olMli EASTEBN NEW8
      l.lllpire Week
      I Ml'lltl. lOI III M NDA1
      list B'do* St Thomas;
      at the yon':.
      btirch at

      fn.m ,>al
      Hi k Hatn.es i\ im i
      '


      oweb the Oovernmeni
      alleged
      suit
      I nen,,ilosiu,.iii


      'Ab>
      . f the
      bulldlr,
      .ll be Troop attended Hie fcxh.bi
      possible I
      i
      tti'/Hiirinfi >
      Mi- rm Minpl* -
      i \ I un romi! i. \iii> sin its
      6'. V, K'. Kl Leii-lh
      AI.IM1MIM COUtVOA Hl no 1 I
      C. 7'. K1. 9'. 10' la-nslhs ?4 t.JHse
      OALYANMBD i f ?i Oaawa
      QALTAMISBD hiim.inc. a QOTIBKDfG
      KKH (ClMK KBBKBMM, K* l j. \-. QffnaVM
      For Ceillnis A 1'arllllnns
      ASBESTOS HOOD HAT --111 I 1 >
      4x4' & 4'xK- | 14c. per sq. fool.
      Fireproor. Termite -proul. ran be palmed jiij Colour.
      Phone HR
      WILKINSON & IIAYNES CO., LTD
      from the
      U K
      $200.
      Keen CoMDCtltnal
      The V Udd yes-
      terday I abac <,l held then
      promlne h.-ive agreed whin )un
      (.n rUBNI a numbai ot fc,.s;
      ib of th leaafl
      unpalgn" in
      ;i eah on May 36 the f,fi"1 buinnt business, in
      ..... him I'.tv" Kertumdo V..1 i
      Icon A men owns
      name, which triad I thtti dwr mannn to Hollywood
      d to con- good turns in thail naptcuva
      HjM lo those Oorce
      part-ow........ ".. an Invaatitura 8h
      MotiU-.ot.M-i t

      hoped thai .. ,
      til lend to Un
      ..f null..i i i
      :'
      ihus affi i
      annual e kaane t

      i lender- fun
      tui

      M..(iiren o*Han on
      wiik RND UO i catartai to bus]
      u condudad wit *> model
      (ail ralrlek bag an
      urdaj and Sunday May
      Il Bated Ih il 28, .ii which t(.- I Beverlj HUH
      ted
      .. the Ri
      . | Philips, St
      " chi Petai Central, St Lulw*i
      led
      Welch*
      should ri but Both
      that the >

      kr th i '' '"'
      er Banrwi U
      smith
      . ahoul
      Bvop

      .,, i,
      be oig.inis.~i on mini dates
      In liii tsmen taking
      part in the i-U,!,* ordl
      atts thru fill be sbl<
      to partli ipab One-D If]
      Charne i i valuable
      Ireadj been pron -
      On.

      All peraoru Interested In tin*
      aeheiue -ir.- Invite i u i Fora M June 5, with gnj of the following.
      Mr. N. Bmptag* Tel 3225; Mr
      ft I. ;!. Bsn M' R
      BOhtaaon, Tel. 4014.
      Hggara4

      | iii.000 a
      um.' yi-.il' .. i
      mercial 11
      Mill I'opuLu
      Boom of the old-tl an t

      BWaJMaafi in-rformance
      , Sunset Boulet ird
      n ago.
      where the] wen I I i " Mjr .Murray, star Dl Ihi
      bar of K !l l".,li"v screen in the oarty tweniles
      ' Uni a rughl
      - '
      ed variou
      matten


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      IKAKK NOTES
      RIFLE SHOOTING
      THE follow,
      I
      urday's practli <
      Bore Hifle Chib.
      ii:
      Capt J II Jordan . .
      Mi .. M. G TiHk..
      ., W. A. Richardson
      B Tentpro
      MA TUckl i
      l> 11 Vi IT
      P. Chase ........
      '.u.immi Bomelen
      III r(ilumli;i
      it walcht :
      :;
      evening 29th
      the eight thl) Inter-

      of the Small A .
      . p issed under
      -P.s. mansblpol S L Bamv
      . ones Iron

      ,.i parUdpatl
      .....
      , |olned me
      RS.U, wai
      responsible loi
      , racttcal ravhdoo of .k with
      iilsai group 10

      iglng.
      Further dew '
      10 the ( I......"
      .
      Haven, s to ItB
      Rav.
      ,
      th-. cent
      night Jul '"
      \ H
      Rovei

      \tlilrlirSpurls\ Dance
      um
      .....
      I mi
      California
      San

      rol tabfc
      O Itnen
      vcar for
      It of
      D" Class. Second was "Rainbird
      i "Snipe" Q boat t Bed andI
      kippared by -Corkie" Robert
      and third was "Van TV
      owned and skippered bv H D
      Murphj
      The result* wen
      "B" Class IMoyra Blair. 2 -
      War Cloud, 3 Ra i
      ( (hiss: 1 Cnnnet. 2 Mag*
      Intarrnedlata (
      la, 2 nauntlaat, 3Gnat.
      "D" Class 1 Imp. 2 Rninbtrd.
      3 Van Thorndske
      FETE
      At the All Balnti Vlearai
      Grounds, st Peter on
      Thursday Hlh luae.
      (Bank falidaj l
      (iames. Merr> -zo-Kinind.
      Etc..
      Danclnx g| Ihe Qbtg |4 Ii.k.I
      at g p m.
      B
      BARGAINS
      S/ii'iinl HfluriinitM
      \ irloriJ. Iliiiiison. 4.iiIiU ii aaar I ?- (in
      LOBSTER PASTE Ittjz' tim
      WEET-A-B1X 24/^ Pk.
      AUeyne Arthur & Co., Ltd.
      GRAND
      We are pleased to announce
      that
      England's finest
      Beauty Preparations
      from
      .:'*'.;,**'*+'**'**'*:
      ... me a
      Work began to-day on mutuei-
      pej campi l< lb i oi 70JWC
      i. result '.f
      .;
      urnblii

      '.Ion nf road traf-
      fic was i"
      ri tag rlvei Lag- "
      deaths En ret .....I I the
      the All the eartj evening
      The next Intel i
      it.uirr i Rovei r> I W
      attend
      U Bt
      The Weather
      TO-11AY
      -.un gJgew :> ;ih a.m.
      sun Baaa; g.11 p.m.
      Moon i I a*t Ifuarti i Jul
      l.ishling. 7 00 p.m.
      Until Malei: Ii. IH a m.. 7.
      p.m
      * l.silKltAV
      Rainfall K odrin.i..r |
      ins.
      Taeal for month iu rwM
      day. .44 Ins.
      Temperature iMIii' 71.*.
      Mind llirei uii
      II ,
      ii i i b| N,
      elmll* lb m
      i

      Mmfl
      hour.
      Bareeaelar t a.m
      ill am | MJMS,
      II \* M.S; 6.35
      It O.VI f I */ /
      Bmximgtl
      AI IHf
      YANKEE STADIUM
      BRIIIONS Hill
      TUESDAY NIGHT
      June 6th, al H 10 |> m
      KID RALPH Barbadosl
      MfHITING KAII.EV
      (Trinidad)
      10 Rounds
      Tickets on -*ile kl Chnnd-
      ler-s Hardware Btora eor-
      m Reed Street and Bax-
      ters Reed Dial KK lor
      Information reqil
      \dmtlon: Rlnssld. R!S0:
      Outer Rinislrie *l HO;
      n.i...., si Mt. Cage
      %\ 0*; Rleaeher, t*r
      Ihcvll l>> Ii livery I imc _
      Bv Jimmy Hatlo |
      INTERCOLONIAL FOOTBALL
      VISIT OF MALVERM F. C. OF TRINIDAD
      MOMlAI, June 19
      COLTS XI
      THURSDAY, June 22 vs. SPARTAN
      SATURDAY. June 24 vs COLONY
      MONDAY, June V, vs. COLONY
      THURSDAY. June 29 vs. COLONY
      ADMISSION 2 pei
      Stand
      an
      ( i Qanrgaj ctwiiieimt or Kenalnghan
      SEASON TICKETS $1.50 each, obtainable at Advocate Sta-
      tnnurv, Messrs C. F. Harrison 4 Co., Ltd. and at City
      Pharmacy.
      fax
      ... are at your service. There is the lovely CYCLAX
      range of Lipstick* and Face Powder in enchant.nj fashion
      shades There are exquisite bath luxuries to delight you.
      And *c your skn care the basis of true loveliness, there
      ,M. .i imoul CYCIAX Home Treatment preparations.
      CAVESH EPH ERD&Co.,Ltd
      12 S 13 BROAD SIRiit
      VISIT the beauty I IM.I H All It HOTEL
      HATHSIIICHA
      *-*
      / L,-..PJTA>-OT"E!3 ICE-CUBE 6 ,t s^RE SOT DA9< V&6DCW.E A\P THE MEAT
      IN TJLS '. VO- C = 0^6= ? I =ARLV, WONT IT ? J WILL BOTH BE 6-SSE3 By,
      ) AFTER SIX! WHAT- F s S-ES HiS WORLD WL
      \AND the .CE Till, newly
      m.^l pirtur
      NOMd monem hotel 1.
      iur pnr: of Ihe Island.
      nUraUMI 9527C FOR RES:RVATU>N*S
      v.t". or without private bath etc. We -',> .:,...-
      .ii Fish an.l Lobglif Luncheons. Well Stocke.l lljr
      .-== CORHB0RB,1Ue OOMBPIAN"
      'NO- 0. *E i^EAO
      o- vo-g s-orv, j
      cheochb-teu.
      ...i- MAPPB SO
      Ti"ARE--WE"DUE"
      AT-THE'BI6DOMES
      ATTRACTICS-
      BlILLPiSMT
      LEC'URE ASP
      \ NER.OJS IS-V
      './>
      1 m
      Tu
      . '. ',. t^-=3'5 MHC
      BASSE ~J J-ST WHEN
      VOiflK SETTING
      READY FOR A
      DNNER DATE'--
      w
      Qualify
      (Radio
      About ONI m ever? THRFK British R.idtos sold in 194ft in thi- Britisii Weal
      Iiulit's wai yi'yr This amazing result obtained by PYK In competition with
      a Score and More other British makes speaks loudly and clearly for PYE
      lupremeey,
      V7 I vita jrou t> IngpajQi our latest nn-dels. and we will gladly arrange
      demonstrations. Be sure however to book your radio early as quantities
      re limited once more.
      P. C. S. MAFFEI & CO.. LTD-agents.
      RECENT ARRIVALS
      CREAM
      SHORT-SLEEVE
      SPORT SHIRTS
      AUSTIN REED
      COLLAR ATTACHED
      SOFT FRONT
      DRESS SHIRTS
      AT
      C. B. RICE & Co.
      OF
      BCLTON LANE
      =S


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