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tllbagoof Mm" J a bai
BBS ~ ~ wa outl ont1ir---e nme was a"e
wed oa "WI v "W wMtn M n WN
so tmererrenoe dstaSyes and uply shtb
aM Ind dian Shitppgt are presentetad inth
Puia. (oen- $'~u,
to in the AV9
ay bLoan To Chi,
of theJap- LONDON, Ma y (Reuter
a Mr.a Anths. den today
throughout bounced In te House of
S5Ms hMe signing of an 4
sla ti by which Britain is to
ChinRIa Uip to 24 ,000,ooo.
Th1e money will be spent
lte airborne Chuin war need, and the
eriltg eom- la of the agreement covered
3- DU : of arm and mun
ewppO r China an a lease-end bas
Wd Mr. aen told the House tW
not finAnce which lit
tUc aid to China, %etting
of the main tu there was the problem,
SChndit ad- he assured members that a
large amount of goods was
On tt by air.
On ___ In CTuaghing a Chilnei e a
t on the new agreement
S on grsatiflcatUon, and adds
gmS twas deeply appreclativ
taniden'n s aid in her war ag
e, common enemy.
the Mir understood. Sidney C
s bell, Reuter's correspondent,
I the agreement for i
I imm^ 1Mtl.entg the British Goyernn
r"ads and a *hWWAO loaet t Chlna, will
mim oi the detailed form which has
t a ue. Wpected for some time.
TheJe Japan- Thue loan was actually gr
Ups two AeaN. ago, when the TO
Money to buy woods which
(euter's).--o: he tnotd he added
oie-itI laregueold that whilena
4mslca olo- gldysae l sheha wWWaU illt
re thmnat y sutteod whereby a
Hit na n,t no 000 loan ouled be usded
broad*"*^- ptl"'te ta w~
*yMre.1 wileal therem Uainerha wil
teaanej tr. fP t oangble war nCira
ctng opa o buthl h the loanit was
amend Amrein- deeplgnwey
l oN s reat- It Is believed It is on this
h! not agre t has now
esnd tiho Ira Although e formal agreemen
ect fol' &a rtis h lend-to easie for Chni
rncipld port only now been signed, Britain
been lendy l to i to Clhinac
Ta a nmo -letae p raneduroe
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Rumanian And PaI"i
By TOM TARSUOUGH
LONDON, MaY 3 I AP)--Cip-
u7 German resistance far be-
the lines while a compars-
Utive mlull l r for the 1 2t day
'00 main ba ttilds. Rutssiaa ere
destroyed more than 90 'planesmll
thegrou nd In southeastern Polih
a4d Ru anlsn aectaer%,uo w
Soviet bombers also raided Lw6w,
strategically vital boase at e t
the main gates to eastern guroepe
Part of th1 powerfl U.S. Navy task for the second night In suo ,-
rnt Is the Pafde. When this wi sion on Tuesdav night and asain
bered in a Marsbaib atsoi lagoon. Ni e caugh+ "c ,ncetrattors of enemy
lhps are shown. &left wftherurs.l troops trains" there and also at
Navy ekials my one millontoam Of Sambor, 45 miles southwest. At
18 pletoe.--(A photofrlom U.S. Navy). Lwow on Mbnday night, Russian
_bombs set six loaded military
The bir destruction of grounded
S Trinidad Plays arbados German respwas complshe
In the general areas of Lwow,
First Soccer Test Today Stanislawow and Roman the lat-
nae w11m e GP Specia l tera onthe8tne3t River. 5 miles
lnda W ra Gmlh special n southwest of aIM. That was the
CorresMpndent biggest bag of grounded enemy
CaBRID eOWN, May 3 (BY, cptlanes In one series of the raids
CaIe)--Tldd selected the In several months. Tuesday night's
following eleven to play against raid on Lwow's many convergiug
Barbados In the first soccer railroads Is reported to have
test match at Kensington 3tarled about 25 fires. five of them
an- ground tomorrow afternoon: esecially big. From thoe offi-
Coms. R. Merritt; D. Husbands, K. cally an nounced raids o bthserves
S Warner Knowles P. Jones miht ude that the Soviets are
lend (capt.), T. McClean; C. Dowres, Imitating their western Allies by
n B1 Thompson, S. Govia, R. havin, fliers prepare the way for
Burnett, N. Saly. an offersalve-but enemy sources
budPa sig* Tetourits, atolplowi utnsg theiEatr
Sthe tourists, following their said the Russians also re striking
Itlons Impreuive showings in two b. lan In Rumania on both sides
iat* i r ut tak e the o favoite .3 of. tm the Sfrel a out 4 ~e west
15. previous eng1agements, will of the 8 sret, about 40 miles west
lat it take the iIe~ favourite to of Iasi. The Germans reported
mited beat the Colony side. the ofensive Is "undoubtedly a
the The match will be broadcast. prelude for a chain of new battles
but Play starts at 5 pm.. but as in the East."
very daylight saving time 13 in Russian reports continued to as-
being operation here Trinidad listen- seso German efforts in the East
era must tune in at 4.30 pm. as attempts to feel out weak
late ....nplaces In the Russian line, but the
that Germans admitted bluntly that
ve of they found at least one strong-
ainst one-on the Siret River,.
S The Germans said the Soviets
amp- it cke used "numerous" Infantry dlvi-
as, sloms and about 350 tanks and
npe- Chlu 1h T o that German and Rumanian
nent's trocs "withdrew from their wide
Stake forward positions to better post-
been tons in the face of great numeri-
Site for construction of the dam cal superiority." A big scale
antd In the Caura Valley has been Russian breakthrough there would
WM finally decided upon after months lea, toward Galati and the Dan-
0,o' of test drilling, the "Trinidad ube. A Moscow despatch said
foe Guardian" was reliably informed the enemy garrison at Sevastotl
Yesterday a tting u p ry reasstanO.
Sraa on availability of ceine -i Mt'U &eet was not eapeetmi
Ibad other necessary materials.' I*J last lone because the defenders
id In the meantime, residents still are blocked from new supplies of
I m- living in Oaura will be allowed to ammunition and food.
lend remain there until plans prepara- [Reuter's states that the Rus-
can- tory to the commencement of slan heavy artillery is hurling
t. work are concluded, shells on Sevastopol from the
retain The "Trinidad Guardian" was nearby hills, but It is reported
h her also Informed that the church, a the Russian commanders are
pOal landmark of Catholicism in not going to waste lives in a
4t"1' Trinidad, will have to be demol- costly frontal assault: they are
Pur- Ished. but it, was not Itended to waiting for the inevitable when
cord- Interfere with the cemetery which the garrison runs short of
els' Is far removed from the river. supplies.]
thiso It was also stated that there en r
d for will be no Interference with the Attrn
?'* religious custom, the lighting of AtLorney-Generai
s, graves, on November 1, All Saints
sny Day. Persons may go 1ere as Appointed
usual to light the graves of de-
basis ceased relatives. It was officially announced yesa-
been Only houses which will be al- terday that the Secretary of State
lowed in Caura, it Is understood, has selected HeTnry Wilcox Wilson,
t for are those four miles below the LL.B., B.A., Attorney-General of
had proposed dam area. Nore will be I northern Rhodesia, for appoint-
had allowed above the dam site. ment as Attorney-General, Trinl-
rhen- The dam to be constructed on dad.
was the 5.200 acres Government-ac- Mr. Wilson Ic not expected to
quired lands In Caura Valley is arrive in the Colony before
oaese estimated to afford a daily water August, an Information Office re-
terial. suoly of 7,o000,000 gallons. lease states.
21 J. T. Johnson Employees
Made Shareholders In Firm
Efficlency and foresight in buying in foreign markets have enabled
Messrs. J. T. Johnson, Limited, Frederick Street dry goods merchants,
,)-It to give to 21 of their employees 150 $100 shares in the business in appre-
yto Clatlon of long and faithful service., Mr. C. W. Fletcher, the managing
sen- director, told a "Trinidad Guardian" reporter yesterday.
wa Several employees received 10 shares each, the highest number given
^m to any individual employee. n a household w r .
sons a household word, MW
Mr. FletchAer, the voungn t man- Pletcher said.
ans- awing-dlrector in Frederick Street, He also spoke of the various
Rhnt said that he had received a stream business features that had been
eL of colr-atulatao on the com- introduced In recent years to meet
en pany's gesture towards its cm- the needs of their customers, In-
poy hissrom business colleagues eluding Installation of cask' regis-
and their staffs during tie day. tes to serve them more expefl-
Asked bow It was that Johnson's tounly.
t could be so generalas to Its staff, ---------
ie Mr. Mto ner, who said he did not
believe that anything lIke this had Prom ote
ever been done by a local film,
stated that by good buying, w~laob
had been distributed between Mr.
i .1 Baao ,sah Mr. it. 0. P~ar-
inha, who Wino new on a uy
having largem ,noks of god at a
t s ie whml they wre, WOO Used
uwir w moawsi a-w
waters. department haa wad
oier wempoyeme. sdrt.g two"
%iam Mr. 1. Clue tand M,.
dfna stford. boftft of wWoI
wer with the bestoern h tha'
Wm es, v*do. dmt ,In w.
Other loor emrviee staff ma-m-
brs W'* reivid shwar o ro. MrW
,sama. M~ W Mr. Wlimam
ffli^ Mr* if. C. Saufedfr. Mr.
Pqdro OWR. C Mr. *"twi W.
W. WIkMA Ml W~. Albert Most-
ie. Hatcer ewamlesud is tMpe
of b1u-a e flrm 1a4d1ete 1
as m. whm It- p.i
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T, MAY 4,. 14
PS:IC: fOUR CwTm
cANJUmI Wa 0, L.1 .
Th Aminr Gr e g
Cfravm "A" Cigt. Or
de Calais Area Attacked
a Britain While Italian,
,ly Lines Get Pounding
To Isolate Nazi
(By NOLAND NORGAARD)
NAPLES, May 3 tAP)-North-
era rItaly's tortured sea and rail
communications, which the sfts1
kept in operation only through
prodigious and unceasing repair
efforts were given a heavy day and
: ght pounding by the Alied
Mediterranean Air Force, In a de-?
termined effort to Isolate the
German armies from their supply
Genoa, spezzisa and Livorno were
blasted for the fifth straight night
by BR.A.F. Wellingtons. A great
rectangular area In Spemla was
left In flames, and a heavy ex-
plosich rocked the area around
BERNE, May <(AP).-An
eye-witness of the latest Allied
air attack* on the railway cen-
tre of Treviso said a heavy
toll was taken of troops caught
parading in honour of Joachim
von Ribbentrop. A Chlaso
despatch said the death toll
was 5,000, but contrary to the
claim of the Fascist Press, It
was largely military not civil-
ian. The attack came as the
parade was ordered to pro-
gress. Failure of the Italian
Marshal orazslani to reappear
after the attack has led to the
report he was among the
killed, but this is unconfrmed.
there. Another great fire was re-
ported in the Pismeca railways on
the mait Monte Oenls-Bologno-
Riminil route following an attack.
Lively small-scale flights were re-
ported at various p0ot.t on the
Ansx )beachhead perImeter, where
several enemy' raitdtg parties
WV drive on but tw e ral= -
that April was a record month
for the Mediterranean air
forces. They dropped about
30000 tons of bombs--110M
more than the previous re4ed
April's attacks were made
chiefly on communmtiol
centres tn Italy, tet Rlmla
and MHungarian tl rt' wM
Included and for the fiat te
the four Balkan eNailt.
Bucharest, Budapest, el de
and Sofia were all bombed.
Heavy Air Raid
ADVANCED ALTID HEAD-
QUARTERS. New Guinea, May 4
(AP) General Douglas Mac-
Arthur's communique today said
bombers and tighten heavily at-
tacked Rabaul at the coast of two
It was disclosed that two Alied
'planes and two patrol boats were
lost o- Saturday during the at-
tack on Rabaul through the fail-
ure of the raiders to recognise
each other as friendly. There weN
A *pMrdam sod a iad-
Japanere have been killed In pa-
trol action around Hollandisa and
Reuter's quotes special
statement yesterday which said
Jaoanese efforts to supply.
ret.worce or evacuate their
armies cut off In the Pacificd
slla s have been paralysed
by the destruction of their
coastal shocipping. The state-
ment estimated that siace
April, 1940, *he Allies have
sunk l.72 vessels and dam.
About 100 more dubeltbers will
no added to the lUt Of Trinidad
Consolidated bph* e.
hsfo't he tie im'hl fl1
Mr. Gadni Conditeion
LONDWO. Mat I (ReOtm--A
bulletin Me. aGOMM today SaMys
theme W-a been soM weasub of
his anemic e sto us. nd Us
Wood ,r~m Mg ftfht fWWI.
mew. - a
Ml, Of -W
I Not Broken Yet
CapUenS acompanytig this picture, made available through
FreOSa Dd, Sw 1la1i 6 photo 0enev, and received In New York
April 3, by radio from Stoekholm, says It is a gutted building in
eeatral Berlin decorated for Hitleri' birthday with a sign that mays
"Our Walls Broken, But Not Our Hearts."-(AP radiophoto).
Aerial Blows And Sabotage
Cripple Nazi Rail Network
By ALEC SINGLETON
LONDON, May 3 (AP).-Pounding without precedent, plus relent-
less sabotage-twin preludes for the Allied penetration of the Euro-
pean Fortres--are credited with crippling seriously the vital rail net-
work upon which Germany depends In part to rush supplies and
troops to the invasion coast on "D" Day.
A Ministry of Economic Warfare+ -- --
spokesman, In a broad picture 0(| Serbian Patriots
the Naub' tirensport plgnt, said k e T
the strategic punches in a 100-muel Take Two Towns
deep eaIO from Cologne to the
centre of the Bay of Biscay have
left Bller the alternative choice
towwIs more troops directly into
%be'a6 faaW tortflf"0ttosochld.
Forrasn of mllitatry security,
hie declined to answer whether the
German& have Sutcient motor
transport to make up their rail do-
flclenles-an important rinrt of
the equation In attempting to figure
the time the Allies have after the
attack before the enemy can rush
reinforcements into any given armt.
T he Ministry spokesman explain-
ed that success in disrupting the
rail system of northern France and
Belgium was a result not so much
from recent Intensification of air
attacks as to the accumulation of
sabotage, bombings and long drain
on war equipment and personnel.
SHIFTED TO RUSSIA
which he cited
t.imanay's action in 1U41 in
sbuiruK ,.uw, tluch iucouwt~tvea,
l ui%, Ar ,1hcountmiry, Lo.t ito
use in nus a"a an campalgn; the
average agoe o iocumoan a uw m
use uA &tw.en ia and 4U years; the
aS4 aiu4m "as Deo tur'ug lour
years O0 "'troctous faru,-aiasrce,
cousanL an&cA poor ,uai-cauoa
ara UUeuonam iagleci; normal
UtMttssry uOertiauUI o 01r locoMuO-
t~uv la jean neflnn soncie tie D-
cause f arowuen LucrAUs ann
WmmWa tof Sep"ai hopa.
ho .Ppokesmian said even in tU
oom0 era.dvey smau problem of re-
pauig aamge rai r w he ueimni>A
mus, uow tear up n.c-usael exti,-
M 'g Wac to get material. he ard-
ea tat this *Mourcea is Cepieted
previous GeLj.na in tuamssIa anu
uow eveno ame main lines are ue-
mg pulled up were iour or ave
parallel triaca existed.
He moreover reported a serious
shortage at enpuleced railway
men avalbWb to the enemy lin e
and ouUtMe the Re-ich- situation
emphasized by Uermany's action
in sending aw the occupied oun-
tries betwmeen 40,U0 aand WAOO men
In an effort to obtain assured skele-
tan former in areas potential to
Be said thee Germans have been
adaiged to work in crews in the
proportion of one fort ten French-
man, with a smaller proportion for
Belgium. Hle declared that their
moral is not very high and a num-
ber have been killed.
AgainstA the dark side of te
.nslrt ptre, hower the
In France 'and
S ndthat thOo Germans had
developed onsiderable skil in r-
MUDA. Mar I (CP).-Mfr
spgm !a break at the
commail lueRtbbis morninwho
SS Sfm to Witwm-ek whc
a we to am'.m n u r
= 4 m mbeeraoI h
i4 em !- W1-Th L-froIP o
IV, -Am sipm
LONDON, May 3 (AP ).-Mar-
shal Tito's hbquartero said to-
day Yugolav rtl have oap
turd twt towns north a nd r.
fta aWeb thu c iw of
bul S the Axis drivel wt
of Zagreb had forced thM to with-
draw from several places. The
broadcast bulletin Identilfled the
captured towns as Bednja, 40
mles northeast of FZueb. and
Columbovac. 25 miles norm of that
city, which was hammered ro-
cently by Allied bombers. The
communique added that Axis
troops after several attempts cap-
tured Sivanee, a third town near
Zagreb. On other sectors the
Partisans captured IbjeIopoje In
Sanjak, 40 miles northwest of the
Albanian border, killing 200 Axis
troops and destroyed a troop
train in DalmatIa, killing 170
Germans and wounding 150. The
Ger: ian offensive In Slovenla was
said to be continuing.
The broadcast also said the Par-
tisans had captured a German
armed steamer and crew In a har-
hour on the Dalmatian coast.
In 19th Day
North France Points
Smashed By British
By WILLIAM SMITH WHlOM
LAiDON, hay S tAP).-Tho
rane Allied air offensive Is a Its
tn straignt day. lAberatora weot
out again against the 'aai dofeo-
use in the ras deo Calais area just
across the Chanmnel with Thunder-
bolta and Muatangs roaring abovO
and asout them in escort.
itish Mltcneills ana Mosquitoes
drove in against enemy military
Installation in northern France In
the day's second attack by thi
Allid air arm.
Today's new blows fell after a
night of operations from Italy
north to Germany itself.
In these night attacked, AVL.,
Mosquitoes roae the air for U
minutes over the German 2-m-toa
cliy ol Leverkusen,. droplpngI4I0P
pound block-Dustero In a steady
remain down through the redden-l-
darkness, while down in tbhe ot
the Mediterranean Allied Air 'Fore
went In Ragalisat Genoa and Spa-
zla. And to round off this night
action, Allied intruders went IS
over the Lolinent to MuljchI
shooting down five German 'planes
wille other squadrons among Br
Mur a iaquAuem 6.i.Zed away al
railway yarda in Acnetes in 1'rean
in yet another evening aeril
acLiun today, 'inunderboit fighter.
oumoers at backed long-hit Pas da
Laa1s targets and all of theS
LReutei'a reports that the
Carraua crew ot a Mosqulto
nrtinera set up a record by
aeaLuoyinm tout German alio
tci*t in one night. Thi'ns was
over eoutliwest a. uermany and
multue tiiaa M mies irom tholr
UkiL'. iu0 puu*,it. W quadro l
Leaner dob fi~tt, ot Bnritlh~o
lnuwta, and tha noviaoS
lag uer MuluaaW, ot IbttI
reaL Al ot.^ r tIaee,
hieinxel over Franc.
tnas aosqiuto a tm the s
squadron a" attacked erma
airt craft along the alwUc 00061
aorth of Berlin. O w t
Flying Owlcer Johnny Kact
from Edmonton, brought bhia
'plane ha os on e oagtnS.
'he Air Ministry announood
late tonight that RAP, at-
tacked targets in German0
during the night]
City To Meet Hodming
An Informal meeting of the Ciy
Council will be held at the Tows
Hall at 4 p.m. tomorrow to mest a
delegation from the Planning an
Housing Commisilon to discuss the
transfer of the slto oast of tM
Woodbrook Cemeterv selectd fr
a housing project.
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7U,& Fleet Shows Power
AP A OX no am mc h 0 o c"am-
I tha J 0"3 avl sono h*$ been
R Mrtmly cutk as the nmut of air and
natal actio tutho Pacific, aod tht vie
Sto ore ot by the reluctance of tse
US J ,ae na y to how s with te
In New Tn --k A FtkAU
Spowlrful American naval task forces have
hataked Japanes nval bases in the een-
S uly Pacic without antervent of by the
nJapaone, who for many months have
been avoleting an opponent who is grow-e
attackedapanese nhava lob ngthcoaim-
In t Ina stngth. Last weekend's attack
Son Trutk was the second made In. grat
naa In recent mon ts on the most power-
ful Japanese naval baae outside Japanese
p home water, and It was accompanied, by
tblow at the neighboring bases at Pon-
I ape and in the Satawann and Moen Is-
Tbe opek tIons were carried out with
relatively light losses in aircraft and with-
out any damage to the ships which took
pertI Aganst this the enemy lost 126
aircraft in the two days of the attack, and
the prolonged bombardments did consid-
srable damage to his Installations.
Whether the Japanese will be content to
have their main outposts attacked and
e p orhpe invaded without interposing
their fleet remains to be seen. This is a
question which will be answered when
Sthe time comes, as it must, for Truk to
be completely neutralised. Coming so
soon after the capture of Hollandia,
which isolated a considerable force of
Japanese, the Truk attack and the ub-
Sequent assaults on farmnug Japanese
b: M pe dicate that th co-ord intion of
the forem of Oeneral MacArthur and
Admiral Halsey, announced last week, is
already having good results.
whi A year ago such operations as those
on Truk and other bases during the week-
end could not have been conceived, for
lthe United States Pacific fleet had not
the strength to undertake them. Now It
Sha undergone a transformation which is
almoet miraculous from the days of the
battle of the Coral Sea. As'time has
Spared the advantage which the Japan-
we gained by their sneak attack at Pearl
Harbour has been vanishing. By the time
of the battle of Midway control of the
Pacific had shifted to the United States,
for although their fleet was comparative-
Sly weak the naval commanders dared to
take chances and made the best possible
use alof their llmtted rew draes. Who e
' aome of the victories won by the Allied
Forces In the Pacific have been costly, they
have proved to be valuable stepping
stones to the position of pre-eminence the
Alba -o 1&M Tae Ontil hi Pd
AMUe Lost Um~s ts &Wra,
a" whi O I- hWI w 4.
ether am T te f aUl-m a actfa-
agoMt Japan has oet come but the
t of theU pat point to final victory,
as tnescapaMble c ludmon.
City Improvement Plans
Are Step On Right Lines
IT to a long time,- as we said recently,
since the City Council has undertaken
any maor Improvement work in Port-of-
Spain proper, and the new stirring of In-
terest In street and other projects Is wel-
come even though their scope is relatively
limited. Firt there has been the South
Quay drainage scheme to which the Gov-
ernment has agred to contribute half ot
the estimated cost of $18,000. Next we
have a renewed approach to the problem
of the Piccadilly Street corner below the
Queen Street bridge, which the chairman
of the Planning and Housing Commission
suggests should be met by continuing the
road straight over the Dry River instead
of curving south. Now comes the proposal
to extend Stone Street to Ariaplta Avenue
and construct an island at the tip of the
grass triangle east of the Electricity
Board's car depot.
The Piccadilly Street corner is prob-
ably the most dangerous in Port-of-Spain
and should have been tackled long ago.
It will not admit of half measures, but
will require a bold plan and the expend-
iture of a fairly substantial sum if the
menace is to be removed and a new orien-
tation given to that section of the city.
It is virtually a square corner and the
street at that point is narrow, so it is a
wonder many serious accidents have not
occurred. The Council should study care-
fully Mr. Grinnell's plan and the report
which the City Engineer is expected to
make on it, and decide promptly on some
practical and comprehensive measure.
The Park and Ariapita proposals have
arisen out of the sale of 20,500 square feet
of the grass triangle there to the Trin-
idad Electricity Board. The extension of
Stone Street would Isolate the American
first aid station, and it is planned to sur-
round this by an island and lay down a
sidewalk south of the grass triangle on
the north side of Park Street. The island
and sidewalk should help pedestrian
traffic, and it will be more convenient
and safe to enter Stone Street direct from
the avenue than to take the present
longer route via the head of Scott Bushe
The land sale will bring the City
Council $12,000 and the new programme(
is estimated to cost $3,000, so something
wil be left on hand for further work. We
suggest that the Council should acquire
a strip of land from the owner of the
property at the western comer of Phillips
and Park Streets and Ariapita Avenue,
and round off this dangerous intersec-
Uon. The visibility for traffic proceeding
from Ariapita Avenue into Park Street is
bad, and the step we suggest is a long-
needed Improvement at a busy corner.
TRINIDAD MOTOR INSURANCE
L leaders in t he Motor
ITELEPE&4ONE 5UJ3CR PLEASE NOTE
TAT ANTONY KENNy A CO. MAYE 3 or
Office : 2 Iedwey, Prt-4f-Spte.
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T ihe ed OZ
Rriwfweuse alt a d io U W ill Play Big M-> t RoleUt^M
anow and a IreCM wa ee. n f m tke M f h.i heard or-r
0=40- t0at- the rs.. Wn .m u-i i e --e 6-s t
fuetuerle o sbv
did tl & R ateiom "i~ltl" P lay K get IRo ndleas
ate is. g ftie he Recnstr on,
see d~n ea rf ~metta ge~i
aleurty hained Ge ieadocat of y **e hum, ms" tnull>* aIMr rid umn~y H d it e,
reacial iwhovecut ef aut c o b IBO g1"1 !*--11* send '^ slowly by the parachute
Tedr aeen t oar Mar. Aet wrtr thsan fo whil t so t
Isano b *I l a do AmAw e i& s. lyakgsee s *iw k A _
5who *d n aad wtweaealthb ha~
te oUhat d t*- 40010 Wi Ins an I rm i trddnthe we0Pwsi
Decem ber rfttt 0 ha ndMteaS 1 be reke-se fr ** io-
d=A eadi illtlayFig Role
o~i opiStat *Seaw 5 at ^ ^ S s tt8 wht <
duU JanwbwtheirAr rival to a Post-war Reconstruction
th. booees t .f he litie
Ttup. lshaed. Chm a drmy W lk and "search. n rala. t ev ent ts a" the
e h c w m iot eawitch to pMce-tenN ele method so fdestroingInIs
waySouth atn seeatre u 0Se taesme m o-atof us have heard of t we
were Kiflhte--- Ma, ogt mentwd sly exploded "I N o e trtlIum-hiled ballosthated the poin
didnot aaes n t.o A" as tre ssem e*esblnw a. SOWAfeet, burst and release a
for Vae ta s o h n gd n- strannmitter.which
lakt te of tha t tha rof-an rd son efa ebrpr rans toas d ragelofs t nsU
ee*elm ntefeoaifrm fjcn^s r condreds of thous hnds
Ui ine eacier sboeul be on pbe-he woineasIg nrn e ms ig t eorrat ie ad hmdtr t-
anert, and be a strong advotre ael- o beton theo o, w esivrae ur anMd9S.
prt-ohedat by the i-ay twr-ai y road W ath the bmaluee"pwinttae Alloth rpeslt ofadvelonng tesa Bof
ntceal o oneday, and eitoulyt or te kr4ow m aowet, operator. s the nda sloy br the parachute oe
ioduat eve fdc i chal t pte a nAfter the war thousands ofp radioner ahhed-
Ise ater I thet time tcan otch putb st.I h lnssra rmfuue- the eatplm n ea wh wutld pi u that
clerks. IdeIIr --madee as an aid to health hpir
le ~w~tre oln xtaery the oiti ors will mbe srd eorealde wv strides duaringed war
Tortuga.loan wai mysit telpone anrersr method ofvdestroying bcu-
st tt as -rue tt thfrelndnwithsoundowaves.rAnother~-
South *aods Dea ye this mosany Sdeelrt dveloPments Of rado-D o hat. ore eab ortvwave
uth ail Deltay edues moast idn yh exploited I f the trtment- has alleviated the parin-
San ernado.Offie aaitig te da wh n aney t o ther talke8 Eve cooorad
The Kiltere Tunled eaiant new sciences eriof ll thousands It will relieve thed to au-
Is it true that manls for Peort-- Many raeolocateon cexpertswtenns of hundreds of thousands
Spaln o- places via Port-of-Spain remain fully employed in thathmore as new knowledge advances
poeted in Pilar boxes zI San Per- sphere, woing to ensure completerthe cutiepower
ade, aditer2.15 ad n.are dne safety or threor cv air t he create prower of ot-ae
Po t-o aft e i nour tor day tadyn e tring "nallot.ote.mado
watched by the m-y train o n With the agc eye" whose A the rin e result of devele mnent aof
te followingeday, and that only powers a they know so well, o senator ie war years. the factdores of the
il posted directlat the Poet on the ground will follow liners future-ani the near future s ato that
ito after that ti e can catch I en tran sit. if the 'planes ra dioy o tr-maybetequipped to use powerful
he train on the following their course they Will be steer ed thenal wae to weld, riv ett arndl-
rst and second train schedules weather, their precise a lowationein Ieng. an other purposes. Even cook-
ve been advanced the entire relation to the nearest irome will g with theiwao e issaid to be
ail closing schedule he has been be wirelessed. ai lti b om rmo n
e-arranged in an u nsatifactory No longer willeaer cean eit tnh- er' lu s ri te coner u
anner, andinstead of terbeing togrope through fog, apprert hensive Wa receiver Ma Ge retd
ny improvement the service to of Icebergs or other craft, for al- Plan have already been made to
Leislyati7ver oncint b-ltooroeiditor.4BSpnaaodt a groudio-echo evtwice a s ond rail racidnse orloedrce the
ort-of -Spain its now a two-day ready nearing the nblueprinta staeH ot clumal wav elengths as son of
inated of a one-day, as previously? IN a ygrid of maetic observatories as the can bele spared. for urgent
Will you be good enough to put and control stations that win girdle inessares toope trallike doctors hndi
la this in the hope that the pub- the earth Pw g ol icemen, who would pick upr ther
ic will be toldea utly the position And scores of valuable Ideas for calls on midge receivers carried in
o It stands at present. weace-time developments of radio- eoket or hat. The Idea evolves
C.o location lie locked In the Patent@ from the5 b set with which paae-
San ftrando. Ofce awaiting the day when Lhey trooper talks to a comrade.
can be applied commercially. A microphone attached to a
.Vital to aircraft s W the timeter. baby's crib or pram would enable
general Election Plea But of infinitely gr eater benefit to the child's i to be picked up on
The torea ..me.id Guardman swift air seport of the future a portable receiver by it parent In
I agree with your correspondent taking direct routes over difficult shoP or sitting roo r w
C cilForthato the w lts b the country, will be i th e terrain clear- TraOffnlO Will t be controlled by radio
ngLolatve Council by-election fora nce Indicator radiato-echo device bea and rai accidents redmed to
he vacant seat In thCount of which determines actual height A minimum by thet insllation of o
lctorla are sufficient for Govern- above any obstruction. w radio telephones on trains. l
rent to realize that a general lew- n From a diminutive antenna under Scientific research be hardly
uon i i mpera tive the ane's right wi s r-lo w-wr ldae Impomrvtant than military stra-
out of a population of: Atransmittr emits a non-stop adio tegy, war oa accelerated invention
a) Polnte-a-P letro... 1t rwaver which IoasPicked up by tha coi- Onrd ado laboratories inparticular
Naparima o o ..... $1.4 i on antenna under the Other hebeen workIvng N hours a day
$vatna trends 13*3h.po.3.wing, along hottdItseechoGfroirethe Continuously. 7%e 6 have madiesome
() OrttLire..L.Uoha w eo. aaN K stundDad b Cty o scov emues dc tod to he n-
;to- AnAidsd Tod 1 1 Wt In- t roh o r wsphteres of remote ovn-
1 u1---" 3A T Aid Te Eealo th trot and Power tranonsmissionsly
San Fernando............e-tr62 By another clever device thr per- One--no secret-concerns the
i Sn ro forsance of each part of a 'plane rao rwever Itself, a new remote.
ejeGIdm on tesat flight Is automatically r control aal robot n thatWill switch your
nly 4.67e per cent, or 4, persons di.ed to a ound ristrg ment which set on rh ao, raise or lower the
re eligible to vote. which, in my records all essential dataon tund volume and select Any on e oaf six
Dipinon, Is scandalous, and 02ore0o film anrd discs, Simultaneously the separate transmitting statons. This
as the results of the by-elecatio Instrument draws a grath-a visual device may be a feature of thous-
evealed thatmout of the number record which enables the ground and of home sets shortly after the
Df voters (4,995) only M6 or 19.4 sleuths to warn the pilot of any war.
ter cent went to the t e r a s ied n to e polls. fc
It is true thatr.is Worship the p.oner' tht t t The er eero om
Mayor of Pot-ofp.anr or Governm ent Water scheme Cripticisedn
hat Government has written, say- By Z I Ua B ]It l diea 'BASI City Council must have full COn-
Ing that considerate will be e a Ti o tD du tronof ito waterworks. or give theme
o demands made by thk West Inr-
ian Neational PQre and the t teeraded(Inglet i 6 d tor)e UP entirely and unconditionally to
onions In the Colony, but wha? Two monut rah the the Government. They can be no
'90 shog lakee tm edaly du al cont ro ei nhpsatter
Other West Indian Islands -ar dad ctrcIty oa r od ninu-Tes i d a tcontrin to a oeolthis ma ite
taking steps to meet such demanded. the diesel 'bus service to Coconitte, publiareethconyialer natwives
Could Government rates through more ther thanitsideotswof thbic a hi
tmh Information Office what It be- area submitted a petitioneto the 0ln so let It bear In mind the
a rg done meantime? c rveity Council prnayi tMat at lw lounct o o
030. D. ANA es-L a skeleton servicehwithon*e o obus wThe wovernn proposes toeIn-
Ban Fernando. Only be provided. The Council clrase" its water supply bvof gilding
favourab.e to the u ug estion*d a dam adwreservoirin the Caur-
8iabl o s n l-e ^ ndo? pie ofteo~ didi1 nlh~ o ytB mate ply00^0 ofwaerwilo it the city.
I*OOGBru A ta obBOODta *~xM. Inu~ u th bUse adtato Jury ,All that populatppn Is tatbout-
aRat ion Query Answered asked it throe delegate, on the Valley. This will take ate lea st
eMar tnialamourfon -Its beh aUf. ng, tih vee three years to do, possibly longer .
i dl toBM.- J rx.. to? pt for wTardayths viewutory ooaan afd of
l / ofr alonTX& I sobehalf. te CtUntil then the Government will not
I soul fie t knw fom heAlth~oug rn reason was origin- be in a position to give this city
gstratonOneR what a con_ oiy o stopping the service, any more water than it now hasl
it ber must do to t rhis registra- T. l ce one should Imagineri thatoi
ti c transerred it he "was tyomsubeequeont, correspondent te
ocr interyws, anl remarks made t d? b a nte Councides t d atoundl
t5o leave Cha*naM Where ber e- the mayor it merged that the over Its waterworks toa the Gover .
ride, to take up lemadtenthre T T.ura Oaf oin oM th the od aIteto morrow an Increased p -to
nos In Sn Fernando? pie of Cocorite did not makI P ,ly 00, of w ater willow into the city.
N Sow0th twh D L J, sono useoftine busiestt All that will happen is that Gov-
adagun" ha t cont1wiuaton of the service. enmient willotake the snsewa.ter
t* We Ian e.Ie --t w as very surprising, therefore, 000000we now have, add toit the highy
Ki lte : I tr. j. johi when at last T hursdmatatuy t 1yorhe expenses of the staff of
ety Rat inning officer, tate thAt meeting of the City Council thet H dr u ic Department and
ap i or change of addten Mayr stated that whre the sll us back the same water at a
ust be made to the nearest rgois- sT. had decided not to accede heo pri ycsbl toW
trtlon cta ntre when the Identity to te petitioners request to pro- l the nrw reservoir com thes
cud has b adjusted. Bomw ri de even a single diesel 'buoInto existence,2be City Council has
shotild be presnted to nearest local assist the people It bed decided to more water t~an the Government.
disbutho ofpcwhere the n0e01- extend the troalleybu service from Country people move Into the city
alMerationl be made to the the Mucurap t minus to th e old to etW a better and cheaper wateo
boW diesel 'bus terminal, and work was au ply.
l, being started Immediately.O ?W that a new pump has been
textbo Fr S oThe extension w. the trolleybus installed watn the Coaeorit e slpumping
service will entail considerable a station, the City Council in roduc-
NoW thatUlTahsU and running overhead wires. And day .It buys another million from
i ftMt tebon yet while the prepared the Government thus supplying
omuil eforus e in Ip en this"elaborateM sat T000,000 daily to the city.
isImtua ,idthOatateaitathere Thecit populationtoabout
Ia~~~~% mt unfostoe .Ie thtnomen s Usn
eabout us notenough business from that12,0prsons. So this meas a
hear dabou to area atInian to0Justify a single desel 'bus w rs
W-6 ciss "main&t&wpocLodo ana*& _d tnr mn trig toias.
oing 1. Prw paI- u am. caeasonin, they di ~ssfiimentee inm tem tropcs
ehInt,. p.Pm -"cata, tm spri mef itaoruhp tat Thew.... Governm~ent' Q cuar nes
paler e frs et ladwit th i ear eplnl eal a ked
sen S ao u ins.-Ovemm an, se re ie4O0N aln fwtrdiy
OtO water wells,=any for mI.sats w se
wi new welkl ',
AMUWt e poise of li t .ftEor w it water
ILE pe "a te ble our hans will be ti edS
"am I i : el will thus be tonly a Nompeg t, e at t o a
n nh hm rsotmIt O
om ol sr-U&Mbts
i GoveftiNmeit N
Cmte.m Itm Ne. 259
b b-wdo W ttg
HIeoinoi wD be -am iu
Ol d PMa O
no. 7 St. YomI
Cheap Clocks. From
It -, hereby aiMted Stat
cecg otwl nce te true M
nfrom lt, a a0I.o 6
fiM offer retcfred w Impuwtw
Wid Within qUot4 a9oBed.
Scretwq, Cotrel oert
Old POet OffMe BuUBlng.
7 St. Vincent Street.
2nd Ma", 1944.
pft atuo l
*lbaUt AHg -Mi
Dooted to :atddy
W "bie by
Wdth L-3r ibg
'^ka h 3fe
Pree a qofittt e -y
babe to u The f-i
the ronary. Ough Mf
*ad ai mwrrlassesjflM
Men'* S be neomu.s r^
Olted UihL ird day7 ofjd
A quantity of et
stUs and bOUnh*l-
Wll be put for '
O Thnlduy 4th My
Contraband conti3) 5
L. C. 2U
SAVANNAH 313DEt CASM
Appeal by CJ..
The C.I.D. requests any person who heer '
in the vicinity of the Northwest Section of the f
Park Savannah (Queen's Royal College side),-g
night of (Sunday 23rd April, 1944), to lem
communicate with Police Headquarters. '.
A dark man of about 5' 9" medium build
khaki jacket and trousers with a broad rimmed.
pulled down over his face and carrying a st4ickj
sought. Any person .who saw anyone fitlL
description in that vicinity between 7.00 and I
should also communicate with the Detectli e.-
tendent, Chief Inspector C.I.D., or nearest kIP
tion. All such information will be treated wt
confidence by the Police.
By virtue of the poweresofeed on me sor
Defence (Food Control) Regulationls, 134, the folW
Evaporated Milk will apply as from t 2nd May, I3
WHOLNALI lmeC U
Port-of- ebowhb spM
opane the than DOW
Milk, Evaporated- Tb
Unsweetened .............. $7.40 7.M 4 w tla
Per case of 96-4oS tins.
VAvm-Veer1i m f R9 U-
vih.m~elest d4 flee | ueWOMUEN^
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aNS4 1= a" hemkosi" for
e" i of.fm ifthNaame om te e ftg aay wit be onteet dn sft7c
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Ge usu u o onMaes OtSwon fongm.w i Ctst
Is. BMsdysw mtchd Ms uM-
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te. t h a y- era onm he A eve rf, he t fo J. d.oFt*-
macdhao 14uibep Waraund thLin
m -l~l whe clnat~el 8to manvhaen ofl wh60ic mn som eebrto this~ evnig -Th ^VI~n Hon LUI~r BOnrtMay
h y gia p aere Cltiwl 4on the east er front. p f6 rei - Double s?
ohv n Gitteard a#the rwhntrr w-
tS1Ko tellin how man Miepo n oftethe he Ali- u Okaepren mi d he dA no aet ~5t ?"> ^ i c~ ~
eansino. sero an represent la .. thero e wuas __ _ _ __ _ _ __e_ _ _ Pofs wahich. wile bea forte toe thehten p f** m *t
__. berw nco guide ruleo t h owt nol r ei de:"eor aei Wasanto Wetena the Wa Assc-aio.- wil be
S~leSu Cohsitte t&eGeran tln valalh lon m rtanfun t ir Mr. Bo~var P-n eitn hed- on SundayMa 7 aiti T...
I e1111100e ote way, the Germans Bev m l c 1IA11 1 oe Ansren? WJMlysa
were^ ^ Figredc atnd,0 th o L 6ow CoenU~. Says Polish&Aov Comifne Char'U CThamsl~neelbgrpr SO~te
&- 3 .1.9 Divisioionns3gamencu
mA ra --i.,matsaid-- ome- f the Regim Reage t rce ll t -
erls Ov dLONDOn a sy3r s(AP).--w Militaro WD M ur. Of YR t
5g Brita inewu ldt the i for merseyes Abot1 d veryon t .-M. Eree Devi, Miise' of y The ha rrl en* M B folloe n th rt, clubsr thae S
forl O t e pef day-l literale nt an arbeur. Eare uern Labo ur and National r 55f l e f n a btte e ena Monvtl ed4 ato ed athtleteOMs:-
herobg Iion treh Esti aote tha tet Germany- Pls ntoa i Pet et te
ma bom n blAol Pr m a
pvSwniAnen tm po-n Reerbly elo the a cStualhol gure.or Chlgie grd i bydtoih thet Brhe Govern- UR o r.CMa (?O) .- P slf olo.Tnaua *T.Gr., and an
1 HeT5 rote. Ie t ehas represent*ndi h ee tered- wocr to etrowof the Mab dee Ont on b.
Ger mn fors u n roi t u- thef P ,tol hl on thPre dean for hv isare ign atib
bers, accordn te orn ta thae t In or.en van a de aosr maeiern Wathi gton yes oltrda b. o
the 0"21 2 t omer w nal then w ras no wyd S40% gt e1 a nd wys Polihe rerganisatnoAt iForst. On Ma 7
b an daaa. re dt therw as tIon a anbl e n ele 4ne Brin f on dits iare te s dovPg e ent or tr e a i
b l eas f sr we t et v tol e l a G iioner Pownges tw oft t t. d a -te m
Some w ot 0Si ONSin W oIsSTme ofnised we
t M tUCairu-e Francea theow gu e ow Cuies eiat 10 ar ac nem iarkoine to th
Intaed reute no the About are gladtart the Govocia tmeaion kpe championship Saon e
M'c visions, Inclu"mnG s eve-s -ofeld n Su ndayita at. Andru ews Golf. Clu
55 the1 114 rae anser: at i rmured divisosu- hbesitdUewth
B Ihn oveti ate o rway seen Aoth1 e sodt ivitne waidt nnother dl d ona a nd mislnadn aIs tatem. adoa h Rent"ase Mbay d
houightU ther (b etee 1 the Blo a c rea a nthe re-um. Plat mh M r. Boli arPaen." e Thi-sle r ble test e. p.ayem
Itt m en tepeal elow t th aca figre *nld 'u5t~by the l Meiis Govern X I tO Is0 the pepl ( oI sip LI, decpna T.ed onted tow
a thtithoevGulf mfeeiland: Aboteak dlv-n Rouc ls o Ioeno demaning the resi ns Mo n ithl ed. Comptc aeteito wil
Gekta-Mte~iatNo r m An Informant saiend som nu-e Piof tehe a natios." teeman fdo ho resup Un
0mnlon Prme on Fau dv innaiohe veifon sdovs"of On cla nae iol.on eren S ndres Gol
NBoewese Yfoundl Rer in gertonva tr aho r pa uneraLhdaterug d Nadio nes sai toni h antiethtG oe ro .
heulh In non new aer a wfthange I n te a esFt ther oisseri m e theEe -tim atei 18 ot es. troke pla y. ona
isnes t L or abse t 50 divisions he i bnc tri0n s.e s.e ha s throw t majo end a t Weamhi n e A.o ytrnd awys rO nd Bt-
gi v up t ei e from the usia front w oigh oheir Hn P n e aertoR n werove Sgh ire C RbMeourne ACp llb
r ovd westthe nrm a oen tospea inthe conc ril mos t on tern vr geofr evolutionJaontUeted o pnotMh ayhle to T0
hHus betwed ot the was nod ah of Ae c aasoreed iesrepa t of ucan, bhtee Chinee and a n ot t r ori stlO iIn IOn Sat io
th dheos a; rather, I san p eral fodn tthe andGovrm-en 18 h h
e sdtheGea wrin oe SL n tinf o rmsiho lir. nsa n sulb lard onrmer Vlonr en d a of dyb oi, lay and gnt Me mo
Ig^&^ V.t he So-y:Abou 1 diso;8 wth- St.y tch-- -atweng '*S "tfH^ "" "S"-". C ^.
h M Wetare rerwasti owsn peolet ex s thr ao t 10,00 e nem t M.the Nlew byr Boelidn ot ad Sr o t1e
tee rfoue I~lt e rersee n Rusa e d The bo a dclate saithea G nes e e vaten i ion"InC oo pe
Hi adodet It sl true monbedI-haveash ifne the wigalhu t of tea her with M r. Pes he said o eil
th ed that aftr us saFnteandrd ht e font hveoonivea rom e nthe P oisheon eco arie a lo w in gChamrgSaturday, m a 27 ans
p iioi w rieh a Wast nee in is reform, r eta i e adv p n ther Hoeand and enemylf p b3toe o o and h a tlfod ust sphe n t M ty 2. Op etL will
iin som cta ses they w ered5isio n g-HnoW ORailay towrtdnsan r Tg)u.-N t-w Th Ay-esitxGoles atre pl ae M
-4t ewusndhd a erin the w at forurther trainon gto a ing dio n toi t frwe the Gov er egAnc
pu of lie h pldbr to omandov neraom te a di chang e in tw anes T o ior m tcu p onh e- a h ayi l a hles ca one-a
w00U~t.Rnaest." Dnmrkanve d sppredby2 tNk NdW8YORK, MIy 3ie Peop rleuof shinkIs adecided on 2 Bthlowes
sa- tt t0 dhivn w i om nit decifne torem u re pstt ofhavs trontilerya. manadyw and raion y elsrd oid e anyl, 27 an Mody May.
farginte d thate anestimateAofu the Rusdiavitionsowitht of teosrv er wharerto rae ars werefo.TehireRs,.~epe th
otIIedI "dided trhope inside Fr anc r ho ane a against the adngeast aot ent"sne ontthelywedaln of t heircottey
tehI o m e rn y (beth ee the tnonlcte e c n the O a Shuc the o tin e Uanted a tMe s rB anr d -t A ri ispc coth eptl will b e \tu gte
rW^ w GulfT of^ Filad) Aboutn 19lasiRsidn Comissoner&T in^^B Puerto OnStray a h
Softat a Ites rath ca t waod en I ivsio Dre efondrh Fo re w il nglt oe M e8so handsmcupe tratind by o SA
inions Prm slpe Fins Front SevenS divi-r he Pn ^ f ^ 1 ^-
a ,nd Canad, FreU s i ns observers, w o aiv e boeen& theeyMay I (AP). a f Mr.owex ando g iven h om e b players art ngtat2.scm.ore.
Newrountd.s tRerou n wt o al toh un r erounumoe t he n rita inosuaidenrs otathe o G oie ior llied tohetradopyer oos tre *l pl
rt m theeSss In theLr ow e toue t s a dswif t san Ithe Japanesehe_ _nat ion_" tOOkemld ethe isu T __ club diap. _he
C.H. 5 h oev tad the p reent nSM arye soReenrt- haesed the wnt of the maje er w at .t Wahigto bnye straydoc omte- T eShile
M t iaO rde t habts f er redfom t hR a n front h te off the irothe Provih n ciy e r he alo ne w Pt o s Rinsc er Do i on for n atet on, Ma -- and Mwaly y,
w thewestba theiormad rerne neent n sai t n n o rtheriona and e spely uPirm es i Ahod Ra mbt Fth ry ounoed T
.,m bedowinaLon thF wne an taoroep ttrin a rod are tadrefoiang oawetn be re- t reee thereiesn tea a wa t Ampionrdhiptr. resed
116. th G aud b eu o i-tte sif theyan we r snr-eo r o f an o mtitee wit land oe o ment. M. et he is.hnia. alnBe nst Mey
ot on h e li ltae' y rmaonswe d veo nowfrtom be the aldngtf Edue atdin two eo n ultMy ayd, f r.mroulwra d mplt. e tobiadl asldialen d e rpleednet 8
nd rfoute quc the o Alnpeopl to a rex ou f theiabtea c000eheers.trhers the.New Yo rk *in< Post" an ben of the c.
tr otn en othe ewre n ei o andRaeporthed b sa th Ite a ntehe Plian "f to e ppinss le at ao t he l onis e 'h e hayi on icth pth e
nSo rte f aa deid ivne, ier 5 f he0an 9 t temx rha shtheir a w deci the ommp riz will bei I ta
liagredtataterrslowinRo&b sactinged in t at rnt adve o-few iv e fonteeded lo n scarry u he asoeed with bewhichathis n fi r Stp aron fxtur esy oy n dBaturda y.Ma ,siisdInteW t
responsbilv fsor ror meapcty, inector- ge Gov I nrernmn unew ecatnad thm PuertoRim oian ster nerP e sand otSatrd M.a a
etd ria n otar oops In sdede lead taort rhows l maneaned pth wUstte r etatesr s a nd thieA or n hde fixctre nd. _ _ _ _
o ma de how he rankswith otherGerman n eed fordrastic en il.aWison w Churchi N) opened eta fclubs.are
ouldtToRefoImsomeanr theywesitythheearetaye, 1 O
edeuaetiothyst"desdawed.Mo*ving2th nvaiel.ai p it the ueop si- isadv ced onetweeks
__ wat the rhe Inorm aa n seulf ined, togive pieces ofhial n- teleece Is nowPu erto R ea ouprcein -ar s hosvcProe nade.
ra mIgt. annddidainget asdn" e he etaneems he r uble t lwst net ar s c o o lI
re n.c as aatigni Ivsedowoen tasfc Refr msco rplthee wllboth diplmtcad aa optl
wulad h a n aForein observoers, who have beexn tcihie's areenc-utd ti nv toped ls. handsome c p presentdyoby
?* tt.Afwhn tteportin olfrapm to Grayw asmn andl oana andtH~fi- ASS l Vlthe cote K vih annual Spt of th Impria
n thr ida ea n thero wn usisthufespet -we-u ro'eny lgeS o FTropicalhAgrcuS ltureo t
vand Britain. in toundch with un d ergr ouf ond mo e- i s Teah rs the cmpionship.
the ewfound-' daynbyhLord ownlounries,olyasay,4 ~m ru~l onais utntkspaeo audy
C eANG however, that the a recent dfspooi- LONDONMa Fivey s eosiweLlrm rseArowedy6bnia
Ssi a ion of German troops in northern Widepm ind reforClaffesiSmng Brit- Rahamut Fifth Round To I
o Dominsonai de ad s and theeLowrwhcuntrieswtasnorginacyesheduldevoioendedpe
b fer the Gover would be of little indcancead Guardeo C ett to ntex ovb tsn tr fist Begin OneSaturday
o 0mthemsIon s- cause the divisions known to be theTBarfAdu May2-Ayears L NDON. eMaynale t(AP)hov-N P .MTh RY" Qudis Tb HCoesDUA.
Goveritan tbutsatisfed wit Ghenthendpreseantosing0tua-lstude ntwaaon the maporlity sleasd riers h ive surveyed teit Wh y BAN o DisNAion, May 3 l- The
i t o.New- quickly to almost any area of the of teachers. plnfr t e nvosit a
e persolinto t thetri n inwInvasion coast. The report eina that between brotnd d s ofP the im nn g bold a st nClan hstrcket M
of hemos sitale~ uppy ~ l o te lasesb r. upa oerthion fpromall wssired command ers toigtfor membersind lt friefth
Sthat the So far as is known, Marshal of'50,000aandt90,000textraoteacherste withrawhihapparalit p [nthi round ixt onwla t sdy1W May IS, ilbaI 6Itho Wit
It agred to re- win Rommelto acting in an advi- will be needed to carry out theB up. nS Dy MN
respoenablitg foroe y r eapaecty9 Inslodeto ubtneral Hove spoke fow ed pC.o of the prime Wnis ter I lnCt ference and not Saturday, May 13, as Is
anr there as no elear definition ofn oan edup reel da mentionedann the fixture card, See-IMaP
expres how he ranks with otherionmare e nti led aordUdelredthtu s to e er Mr. w ilton Churchll opened retariofclubs are asked to note
ionfi tanl y mdeiinhst sneurlcutist e edg- full drusetof t e fnw pormstun gity weretlfrom SttingaincelDomininuforcesl
I e g- ene commanders th to thei w epd he children and youn. gpteople td the historic discussions, withol ada nce n er ylwee
has no fd- u a l education they de cnrved. e Moving well ahpe d of the s ueaairandO advtPamHned ofe wmsek are
tas titha e xtrese"Po tu ageOtoo d e wansput forward by the C t schedule for the talks the con- TAeaso listb 000menadec h esro indte
thadelivens 0 nev po rtS ianclue et" saidtnl will terence is now ready to proceed In-a-Pierrwas d Leeho ls v P oin e at he ndti
tth eoue" u m ereportIn cuase bthae t 8aine-ot ohe r othe field ofi international nd a iel v i oI e ti !
dourL of -------------n --- ove g ne,,Park 1; Middlsexv T llGate n Na e m,
crteaderInthed." finone rs t of e ffai rstoerantouh nb
reoa ftebno rdpoatat Skinner Park 2; goodwill v Nap.- 4lNvlCu
t rooIeod women teataerstandEa ettcims ,PIs copferce torro, Is- at Hospital.tc, Q IS "P .
10be "Mu}tsdt*At LONDON, Mb,t 3 (AP)--A fresh overhaul of the sysem by which war policy both diplomatic and -- 11 AA I
batIn~~d eia ayadJln toayd otliin e ofnt en-oe ri h oc
I ol be inds nwarni ng to PortugD to oesseiex- teachers are rorulted and erained. military to be adopted toward f or-r "C.Tw.A iPO iTr TSe] mA t"
up at their Emind sanmToThe annual sptets of the Iperial
portme nt. Tr ini e Houarda lofer dne s"totiousdissueOf yest-W-r European College of Tropical Agriculture, S8.
k'm th N~fotd- ay Y LrdSelome ony adaY48 ar nt boundaries. Augustine, takes place on Saturday,
th e fu d-d y b od il~ n .ony ad y4 -Y a t d n Five sessionsI were crowded May 6, beginning at 23.0 p.m.T ED A C
t war in Europe after the annos cement of theniR two and a hall ys need- A special collection will be made
.befownil scheursed fo eorda. ..e h u tE gC
wn. c u sepor Anglo -A e xprica s ue ze wh chcth eg v ein s s ed to dis pose of pr =ior m li a y m at 112 aid of th e B riltish R ed Cross n.
iters which was originally scheduled dvmhionhappeal, ma te
i orne aidi A hew him- mat terifapl.TwnHllo
t b m~ er8 Of the He asid: "It would be idle to Trinidad Guardian Crreso~ndenu. to extend over the entire first week.W. ST Y=-| THURSD Y
I n and the eTACARIGUA, May 2,A 48.year These sessions enabled the over-tn a y c e o yae o w n h e
istBritain shortly satisfied with the present situs- student was among 80, the majority sa rm iitr ogtfrt h o ktainGopwn/O
to on n ic o A cti men, in for the opening of element hand details of the impending West Indian story q
Ore sMol ta s uwe aytepprovvenUed.lase byMr. C. Ot6. operations from Allied comnrdtr o
t e sinanve te vital material to the nde nr t up to Gen l Dwight A th nLmeeting
wh i ch migbh t enemy.Wc e haverileft theno oubt u- e Inspucts oar oftSchoolshin t Eisenhower. The tomciation Of M1. W -A. Ross will lead ay dile- RN -11 D A
a h to review fte r night He spoke for theclaasel in. ap th, TDomiAiornsShe diret
about our feelings. preclaton of the scheme, tion of the supreme ATied military t
gie expression to 111he United Nations are entitled enocura~ng the itudent~l to make effort was felt here to be psrticu-
final M declismo has to ask neutral countries to recd,- full use of the now opportunity were larly fltting since Dominion forces,. ,,
lotnise that their own Independence Mr. K. L. Gordon, Mag pt'at, and especially Canadians, will wholly e@01ah1ift the row yanounced
dpnsuoanAlevitrand reduction of Austral ias G W
depends upon an Allied v~ ~ sicto dry M R.R Da-bodle the Acting Warden. be represented in the sea. air and f r e y ,0 e .w a hI
b fOS J tothat aft t this Aw u.tPof the War eThedetised."we: nasof the otue* a Ind branches of the invaso on frces lby 000mn wihb s
4111011710104111O eltv 1 10t~tsrjp awSIsonshii leet.1, sid Mr, i~. e-willpla a omao prt. wu as 066teeeutf
tlstInds toart. AhoiI' IDAustwf 10 Betnyw" ter* oh*1 Mr.Jon smanpof4wer itution -and th"fr*% and tMe40 I IV-
-- ,.. -o -. --e-.-..-m. ,...,..,ov ....
THE BLIND ON
SATURDAY, 6th. MAY, 1944
^ A--ual Appeal af 1n.TwimI4
H~tR's Asseeiatie fee the Dli
N *X the Owermw and The Hon. Lady CMlt
stk#h the g(wmity of th Trini
s ince its foundation in 1924, mode
OL ( .. ..
*wa4n's (ft land) tj f. U.6d .
y"V*A~ laUgufmtt; lWM I$ x^#'
ey's HoRne for Band OtGt (T'dad).. ,TJ
w ttal.. .. .. .. .. mIA
the Soon Healed
1 am 9
n Zs Bj K
IMtruIed b. m. V. Vw w
wi sell all her olely kept ld ws .
fau culture w uoe Mei Smmg
Ob *eati mue wth
l o be3t* M e ea
bs~w udME -E
am ** sf I O,,
Ut sw at6 mwsb momre. u.
MART SHIRTS for sports wear.
and the office.
TIES and HOSIERY.
PYJAMAS with on accent on
| |yu yxaigd*Sb
II I II' ---- -- --- -* 1 1
Skin Iemedy |
Thisf~ whok stft chaf f
ene healed nevre toe nnm
moone's mOMId 0n I s "ft
pileamt to uM nd N t i
Doeflyantlsepto sad f --
ftullfhat een old jEWhg
M hve7V1 yiled to fti
at your geelle#rs!
All/ wooden togs
at half price!
ovr ia MO."
hyd & HU-tcmles IWf
QRT OF SPAN
I I -- 11---. M 4
STalk Of Trinidad
~ ao ~or G ita =dd d 0- wh o 30 thf6 m"ind
e Ynd y O d Mma Baloa and by M e.B. Jmknr of ereo
sad 1fun. 1a1 sadwthe Mh Sm da
I~m 30adM. dod ago" to dbuer at 00oranir- noun d% TWO-
*O- ir O ratt1 0 a"m m aX faBaseT. ais
= 7n those m r th dance geea bmtrUAr lbor flftr kM-
V& r eyKF fta V adb cotext was bold. Miss Nests Iai
am-FA ="lap the winners. Two prMes were "aio awas-
a_ fa ]an p dance and aM door prime wa given.
Agenem e"exca e me" dance Was organized in which the ladln
u ta ma cut In and danced with whom they wanted: a
OBC and Palals Glide wwr also organized by7 the master of cerem*-
#Nc &ad everyone had fun.
AiooarthouIne latendanc were asrtructor Capt. Matera and
$1 Mastera. the latter being presented with a lovely bunch of rows-
h frm the dancee committee: Mrs. DUt l Buahe. Min Jenny OGames.
SAlonso. Mrs. H. IL Gome, MNrs. Z. MCtney, Mrs. VUIlanueva M
UU O'HaUlldan. Lieut.-Oomaander Warington. LUeut. New,
UIt. and Mn. Pain. Mrs. R. Laew, Mn. V. ODufty, Mrs. Jean
fl fu. CJPO. Archie Msthew. Mr. Bessla de Silva, 8ub-Lteut,
PMea. 0r. Powey, Min T. Shepard, Mrs. Me McCartney. Mlau Ray
oudamn, Mr. Oeorge Welsh. MIM I HazBel l. Mi Diana Parry. Miss
r and Miss Ida Daunt, Mr. Sidney Dumbell. MiM Jean Goelnlcht.
Mr. Ola HIM. Miss Laoli. Mrs. Atkinson, Mim Rita Rojas. Miss
Gloria and Miss Joy. Butler and Mrs. Jean and Miss Gloria Steele.
HE annual sports of the Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture
T will be held at the College at St. Augustine on Saturday, May 6.
beginning *t 2J0 pm. urlng the afternoon a special collection
will be j ez ia Id of tho British Red Cross "Invasion Appel."
SD.TGKHTPUL time was spent at the dance held at the Portu-
AgueM Club last Saturday evening. Among those present were Mr
George Cabral and his daughter, Miss Isabel Cabral, Mrs. H Per-
nandes, Mr. and Mrs. Ewart ferelra, Mr. and Mrs. John Perelra, Mr.
and Mrs. Oonsalves. Mi Joyce Pereira, the Misses Laurence, Mr.
and Mrs. M. DOrnellas and Mr. 0. Mendes.
AFL i OEOGZ MBNDES, who had been holidaying at 'Baeolet."
Tobago, returned a few days ago, looking remarkably fit.
AMONO returning passengers from British Guiana last week were
Mr. and Mrs. Manoel D'Ornellas. who spent seven weekls visiting
relatives. They. had an enjoyable holiday and renewed acquaintance
with several fiends.
7M comminntte of the St. Mary's Homre for the Blind are organis-
I ng a "pound sale" on the lawn of Miss Audrey Jeffers' home on
Saturday. May 6. from 4.30 to 6 p.m, in aid of Ute home
Circulars have been sent nut with the following words: "Bring
a pound of anything and buy a pound of anything, tn help a worthy
cause."' Teas, tees, dalntlee, and a large variety of foodstuffs will be
On sale, and there will also be fortune telling.
The committee comprises Miss A Jeffers, MiM E. Ells, Miss 0.
mnilss. Miss P. Nolierra. Mrs. C. Bertle. Mrs E Duff, Mrs S Jura-
*wn. Mrs. S. Slocomt-, Mrs. L. Hill. Mrs, S. Mirrms, and Mrs. M.
Wks w a dance at Pointe-a-Plerre Club on Saturday nigh, aU
Sa "c-r'-on' to the athletic meeting held that afternoon. Music
Was provided by Dona:d Eli;s And his Cottenpitckers and a large num-
ber of club members and guts were present. The events of the
afternoon were tAlked over andi celebrated In a fitting manner --
'and st th* r.:ose of the "carry-on". dsnce a. 12 30 a m. Tfew "carry-on"
partife tsprani to being at bungalows and wont on until the "early
Thoe present at the dance were Mr and Mrs A J. Roithvn-
Murray, Mr. anf Mrs H. C. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs Jack Maynard.
Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Kerr, Mr and Mrs A. F 0 Cooke Mi6 H M
Pollonais. Ueut. Oop'r. W 0 Brown. Mr. and Mrs WV H Puiton,
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Camps, Mr. and Mrs. John Ooelniciht. MiMs Cvn-
this McKensie. Mr 0. C. McK-nzile. Mrs Pred Lesvitt. Mr Rodney
,ck,. Mss Olwyn Ourley. MA.s Joan, Miss Grace and Miss Pat Roa-
-.nt, and Mr John and Mr Bernard Roseft;
SMiM Louie Scot.t and Miss Mona Scott of Apex: Mr. Harry Phil-
el and Mr. DVrq Phlulp also et Apex: Mr. and MnS. Lou Knny.
W mn0Y7V Wl Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dhilman Usut luplee.
WMWa* a~ fM t Mr. Scott Thiaspeon. Wl Jawki Stims. Miss Owas
imles, Mr. and Mrs. MeNeish. from Guayaguayare; Mr. and Mrs. 0
Preira, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Barrett. from Forest Reaserve: Mr and
Mrs. 0. Pereira, Mr. and Mrs 3J. C Barrett from Forest Reserve: Mr.
and Mrs Johnnie Leeclhmran, Mr. George Thurland, anud many others.
MIWRI. TANLrY WALTERS, of Pointe.-a-Plerre. accompanied bv
i"her two children. Barbara and Murray. lef,. Trinidad on Sunday
to go to Osanda for a holiday. They intend to stay for a time with
I5rs. Walters' parents, Mr and Mrs Westphal. of Hamilton. Ontario.
fid Mr. Walters hopes to Join them In July, when he i due for
ring leave.___________ __ _
IWII SUCH SLLY TOPE/ i|
tqO 9sT11-1 BLE'WuT
sTnPt MUS!H rM
SAkUW AT TuI WFisk
SSUCU 60oP/ MTFF .
Most Popgulail CroidAttnid i
sIwobis 4bb~aswssasee has
In.PlBr "wonMat 1ois
ANMW gthan eamworn3&.
amM d 4 J. ,00."I
i Imr. &ad Mr. Mi. 4. i1 M=
Mrs. MSOdMr.Ma mM Na
so le. Mr. nD Mri. ia HM. Mr .
I1a v -es.;= Mr L MMrs. M1rDr. C a" Im
Mr--. iS sna Mr. S Pni. 3rsw. eMlr
,*^ K ,IB ad Mr.. Gwry It M. u M I and
Ms. Ro "Bald DoaM stIamMr. s
Mn. eorge Nixon, Mr. .ad Mr.
Ia Fretdie Godda r. Ma sa M. .ll
^i'^t n l oonee Mr.M Ronald Pirkl. Mr. ad
/llous. 0. Perolr- Mr. dandMm m, Mr, .
4 r' :[ l sA Tommy ranwn-iL, Dr. and Mn.I
: Mr. ad M \ Fan Morton. r Dr. sadtw, M r. i.
/[l Bsgg.ndMr..an Mr. ry nmi. r. M 0.
i-:I l Cooker MR s Helen PDnalIons. o Mr. I
Gerry Traylen, Mr. san Mn. 0.
B Vl '[ 1 I HL l, M H ,nry. Mr.. and M Mr. s a.
J~ l 'Hr d Mr. *nd M. W. HM. Parsois
I f rrl !Mr. Ben Laur. hin, Mr. ad Mrs.i
im TRrde D J. an, Dr. and Moar
H i *C(* -TU hMr. a tnd Mrs. ClareXe ki ler,
J r ee rMr. nd Mr.A Gordo t BriLk0y.
iMr. and Mis. Rony .inals, Mr. i
St C. C. Hobaone Mr. and Mr. rakand M.
a We : !l s 11;r*Hall. Mr.. and M rsn. Jim Hula e.
Jur d i wHl w rt,- 4. Mr a nd Mrs. Dudley GH Ueaie.
~fuUy o 1n Ht niMr. tnd Mrr. n Ke Barlr. Mr. an d M -
h I To j n I ri Hand M D.r a ntdy Mr. and Mr.I
lu yorMr anr M u Hobon a r. M .aad Mrs.
d the e jShrubsl. Mr a nd M. PaulG |nine .
Sr. Mr. "Bono" Foster,. Mirme L
nC 1 IsF Lio nMke, MaN K. LeadbFtter, s
Tops r I popularity U Mr, Lwance Martin Mr. aad Msn. -
-dayi- to e, d .lgdtiu.y we.. proctor of Port-ofSpn; M Mr. and MrMeie II
able and comfort Mr. H. A. M artin. Mr. ad Mr I
hack mper dro wi won- Pocock. dMr. annd Mrs. John oe-
drtifusy meed wais t and naict, Mu Boh Tylor, Mn. I-
hip allM. To ma a neat a ir uend Mi. Doroth- Miller. Mr.
add the Jacket. ireltas. M"is Gwen Haine. Mr.
-1,Ray PaLaker, MissMo Maroarett
.01nee by uthe e r seeSn A-.uca- ascrh. sa inscand. Mis Clai re It
To" D o lary Nichollsg Mr. Jcli Leairt.on, M s
1tday* isaty th lll 9 wn sc urcevd Mr. and Mrs. D. NN
TMe and s Dirabl uHigh..A Mrin r sdM
X VW/ JM ~ ly err, M'.q Joan *nd We. ?.(rle
back wit won- PWatt: Mr. and Mrs. Ken Gh-
ForthcOming Events ton and many other.
British Red Cross demons(ittion. I3-- ---
Drill Hall, Sen Fernando, Satur- How TMsoRemveSorchM
day, May 6. aow To Ro5t Sior. M
Da"ne by South Nureac A rocia. Mina G n
tion, Drill Hall, San Fernando h stais can brerMn oveda yga
Saturday. May 6. s bleaching In *iunlight. keepLine
Slthe scorched p ar wet with soapy
New i.Si O h oRle r o ss ating rvut water, (b) rubbin. on powdered
'Stars on Wheels, Saturdy, May borax (c ) or by soaking s ap-
14. _____ monia. 3r
.c o .- IcGEI WVOI -
5l ws Newt Tim. Vlw. the Nees 0 1. News
Frej WrlX. Vislita Musicall
SMirth A ll anesM CatholicR Hour
45 N-4 & OP: wTvNew
7 OCoiling W 1. News Sweet Music
I?. 1 Yamso for ssnk
7 :3010",w- Duty a er Casoenaabara
:6 5 Mcrfleasbl yRoftda -
News,' E roby
8 : *...1 c kGu ,mbr Red. Mla
_ *1 .N*^ a ar r . .... ...
- t eUnitrId Rtprt B ,r Ne o
IS Frtr' hn Famin News o- t Hoo Weekl' Topics
i 30 Sit from Fh s Bing Cr One Night giant
10 e Hoadline- eus Night Owl Club
I V allmx (.urope ..
1 ,~ ,T ank SlInmg Po l o N tn e
NOTEi: News Heedlmne are now given one dally-at S.39 p.m.
i~rAMJ 6IWL TriAT WfUOUUp'
' r-LL FWA LETTER? UKE
Tl9WTSOUL AVE ER
S S*V UAVI TO9eAT
r7 NIT-wrri =
,to USE I
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BRANSt~il AIYOU K ID s E A IS i4E5V itm i
PO '1crri AM A W A ORK E 140ARO TO IDS,%
PFuMBER SHi..PARs PAM AALMPOG! A FIR 14YORMCAIT- t#t 6 PARK
r.8 b eis 140 CI1435a 0 .ii--*,.g
(lrIi^ NoS at ik 9 AI ^
At 4.45 *md M.45 p.m.- orxtendeQ
kh 4HURRY-SEE IT NOW
Ubst 5 Is
* Dennis Morgan 0 Iren
Watch For "TILE UNINVITED."
Now Pl-ying-C tlansung Duily
4.30 and 8.30
DANCf/ SING! ITS JOYOUS!
Today. S and 36
Ma ha Hunt and Alexander
None Shall Escape
Today. 5 and 8.36-
GIRL AND THE 0AlHH
TOP MAN t
.naHIIumsmlliimmlunsusmo.t .m menmuimHitlulnadiI
CAmi gt Next Week Y *I ceodmr
LADY OF J ROYAL FIGHTING
I GRAND OPENING TODAY .
Ii at 4.30 and 0 sand Over the Week-end
|'it spdo mlv emm Em Ii TIu sit bot wM mi1
.I II.RA LE YUNG
Today, 4.45 and 8.45-
BEAD MEN TELL-
Today, 1.30 pjn.-'
A New Indian Pletue-
SA H RI N at'
I I STIR
ITARTING TODAY, 5 and 8.3 ad Oar the WLek.aI
with w w1 -
M, M.LYN MAXWELL WILUAM GARGAN
NAT PENDLETON LENA HORN!
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TODAY 4.30 & 8.3 p. TODAY at & 8.30 p.m. *
Final Prormme TDYa 80p~m. = A. L T 0i
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-- and --S
THE INADERS Industrial India Sanders, Lynn ar
Laurence Olivier, Lelie Howard, -C = l ive Brook, i-an
Raymond Mane / ,r ..
y|Starting Tomorrow-- Faco Takes 068^H\f'/^
A llDabs and the Forty Thieves T s WON'T VOICE ,i
m --- INTEREST U:! Over" the NI
l POINT KIN BuI-NevertheleIss d -
*I TONIGHT at 9.30 in. 'N an a*~ nd "
TG 8 .3 New Brand Modern Home
S .K.O. Presents S9 Maraval .......... 17,00 George Sanden, Wendy BarrieN
STom Cenvay, Jen Brooks I Brathwalte Street, Gerge Fomby -
THE T7TH VYIC"M Belmont. Possession 2M $2GorS Foeiby,"
and Orson Welles in 15 Albert LAne, Up Valey ), '"I1A wNth withKat
JOURNEY INTO FEAR XRdPosion" ... A2 Date with
Tomorrow & Saturday ,,.. t tr
'Posesio BargKl aTB ^1 81 _the Falcon"} "Much tool
THANK YOUR LUCKYSTARS the Falcon'
18 Queen'3 Park East -____
--1 opposite Q.P. Savan - -
SHIPPING House. back College, St. ONDO
Aulgustine. "Po ssession-,PRN ES"L N
S-Cottage ... 2- ,400 AIIA WOOD3ZO t1
Empty Cottage, 'Connor ITODAY 4.30 & 8.30:
ASRISON Ept e- Bet Offer. o By Numerous R'quest TODAY 4 p.
.A.R.o I35Laxe Estates, Tbao.-- *,,- TODAY 4.45,s.30 p.mt.
atofP d arTosearL will 101 Tragarete Road.JonyW smw
gI n tog a, Ja . un ..m m T Particulars at off ice" T H IR V :N SJ B EJoLINh y k
osn fUNiFAM"u., b- i -Posseso ....... ,10.000 "THIS IS Fromml
Us:0134= 566=0tsad11 t hl f Business Premises, 59 Prince
walk Wc oSSS. ON Street. ,Possession,, 9U9 X V r M
0 Se w 17a st Street, San Juan. A KJDlI rsn n
em. O ",Possession" OpP. mar- In Techni or) Trn1 Ih,
wnasM$" O1. F. HU"IN& a Co. LTD. k et .............. 13000 with George Murphy, Joan Le '
y~uh 51 5 5.4 1t teeSan Juan. Rnl egn Kate Smith and a
I Rental $2'T.........63.200, o hmana ..
N RetalSr ........$3 en of the Armed Forces.
--------- 23 Bournes-Rd. : St. Jame's.en N e m .
Ssne ite ....... 4 00 Sat.. Sun & Mon Wally BOw. Ala
20 Roberts Street 5.200
90 Eastern Main Road.S
o THE BRITISH AND '90tal Au LASA K "Adventure
a WD ECHN A ReutY, Enoty, 3 AMfreado
ALLIED MERCHANT 90 Sad dl eRoad. -- Ro
SNAVY CLUB [ '"...... $1.,S000__
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59 roz '^ s NXWKAN1 "AN" r113,,111 1 Brdg, C1
OF ALL UNIT1 cDde. New and mPty.. NET V l S -rI.
II&NTION&k'..!, ) L Irm
.A R 6D S donawSreet 12.00 NEW mSan Fera
U! ANNS RWAD tatt, LA Canon. 23 acres 6 t445d .80pm.
LN wfth 10 ." MATA Cheap
Th._ MaQua4 Cos Che-a MATA HARI (RamonNa
Thursday, My 4 New--Xinu Coronatio n a V
L8p-,. S and v'erpo, streets -and --,,.
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THEATRES oute a,, T.'"- Tomorrow ATAA o d OL CRAzY
A b teg numbserof pmss g "L is Gilman Thomas __________ 1_ 11111___________
300111 CinM ema esavallabl eyudsre t elYu
to merchant seamen en sap. S o elY
Curbrt '&"in# vnmato 1*e 8147 Offie 3N Charlotte. Fermd
or, dcd 511111--X4 S ommiplew- EMP "1toHsi-a Fern
DA NCE TODAY 0 &8.45p.ir.-
Tonight at 8.31% I I BaL'.' 2WA sPRNINGOROUSThI
per (IRHk DUN --R WS MORBAl) :
at thez-"". ::
OMCERQv~a~ DESET SON
mum' AL MAGAZINE
NMT 4k 1NM.
"IM"Im 10,av T OAnlaU -llowZAT MAT41, tisl
Msv. hinm consent to
. and to bear out
farther. there was
K* rther man had
"asenu, Second Crown
r ail Term
ftw, a city youth, as a
M- kicks a e0-year-old
s sentenced by Mr.
., Andre in the Second
rday to 10 ame
l ha labour for
befoe the Court on a
ldir, Isaacs, who was
y Mr. IE. P. BruynnIg,
Sto the lesser count
It" and got the Crown
in a dispute with
gateway near the
c Ducember B,
down and con-
lub, was yBter-
to be sold oa
to a non-
the club when
r the ms. did not
MIsaazlons to prevent
hlope, who ap-
har, ave otce
;to an accusa-
d $150 and $2.4U
S opium. O an
fta In poseinlon
stUn appeared for
ylf. metes outside
i the Hon'ble krol
412m!ha n, Stated
gl a" is-ed.
ito Councillor V.
It is understood,
N w a man attempt-
Vk a stick, a metre
S said that the
Ew ere very conven-
l- t thcesear to en-
=-2"prmlseii to read
j folt that the in-
(*g- would be negU-
IM has Joined
'iM. Keshball and
AS~t as a A Stra
g~tt> Trnidd uar-
r, Who was admit-
_ aura In 1939, was
- infirm of soi.
Irxbft Wore launch-
New Grant, Rot
meshed by a truck
wl ae at the hos-
tat Charles uso.
.When h ell be-
Weel of the vehicle on
Court of Appeal the deeblon of 1
It. B. Raaeeoon, istrate
ON=, who convicted aned
5, or sfx weeka' imprlso*=aent
refusing to sen a reasonable aum
Utw of lettuce.
Mr. 0. T. W, X. WoreU, Acth
the respondent, Police Consta
Left, did not sup=r the eonm
on ad decision was reserved
the court which comprised His H
our I. W. B. Blacklll, the Ch
Justice, Mr. Justice Vincent Bra
Gad Mr. juetift pare.
A number of affidavits were s
fore the oourt relatingt what to
pplae at the trial following appli
Uon on behalf of Clarke by Mr. L
A. Pield, solicitor, for an adjourn
meant, which was refused.
MR. WORRELL: Yesterday, Y
Honours gave leave to my friend
file two affidavit by Mr. Han
Smith. In v"eM of that, I sho
a that an affidavit reached
from Mr. Ramel-Smil
e h I ask leave to put
Be does not se eye to eye with !
MR. JUSTICE PEREZ: Ma
ask wher you got the adidi
MR. WO3RELL: It was hamnd
to me the magistrate.
MR. JUs1In BROWN: The i
panph of the affidavit by i
aml-Smith's clerk is to the eff
that Mr. Hansel-Smith was not
court that day.
MR. WORRELL: Mr. Ham
Smith's name is entered in the m
gistrate's book as having made
application in the matter.
. JSTIOB BROWN: In t
case somebody should go to, jalf
swearing to alffidavits to duc
MR. JUSTICE PEREZ: Mr. Wo
roll, this afdavit by Mr. Jawah
wa brought to you yesterday aft
MR. LWORRLL: Yes. YOur Hc
THE CHaEF JUSTICE: This cle
swears that Mr. Hamel-a3mith
not In court that day, but we fA
by thereca ds of the court ti
Immediately after the apxloasi
for pdjouinnest was made,
other ca was called in which
application was made ,b I.
Hamel-Smlth himself on bhlf
M~rid Marriage' Pie
I. IuBigamy Trial
aM Mr. Ju5o Asdre ad a Second A mse ow
m Usman wrWWrte ae ar as be knm
F .lli, we ot *#a -b IdA y when hO was to=
-deldedbftd fIV ltte~a
[ --.dVendor Seeks
'iI~ySS.asa. Advancng we sole around ti
M). J. A. Wharton, arguing the
apeal for"*Louis Clarke, said:
.Wh= the matter ounme on for
hearing an application was made
by Mr. Field or an adjournment on
the ground that defence counsel
was engaged at the Port-of-Spain
A-mes. The reaction by the court
Ws that apparently that was no
ground, and the case would have
to me prooeeded with that day.
"As the appellant was pleading
not guilty, Mr. Field said hecould
not see how the case could bero-
ceeded with. The magistrate hen
a"red why, and Mr. Field said that
counsel b ad Advised the making of
a UlWtMIOn to the Governor for
anote magistrate to hear the
cae, the present magistrate being
an interested person."
When the matter was called later
in the day, Mr. Field expressed the
hope that the magistrate had made
a note of his earUer application.
"It is at thi stage,' said Mr.
Wharton, "that the magistrate, ap-
parently In some heat, announced
that he was making no such note
because no ground for the applica-
tion was given and if that state of
affairs were allowed, It would be up
to anybody to look at the magis-
trate's face and say he did not want
him to bear a ease.
When Mr. Field announced that
counsel had advised an applioatIon
for the appointment of another
magistrate, Mr. Wharton went oc,
the magistrate should have askes
the reason why another magistrate
was being sought.
Declaring that the maglette
excluded from the evidence the sug-
gestion that he was interested In
the buying of the lettuce, Mr.
Wharton said on that around alone
the appellant was entIKtled to say
that the convicuon should be vitia-
ted because material evidence had
been wronglJ ezluded. There was
no g appeal that the ma-
gistse was Interested, for the
simple reaon that the very point
of his being Interested was excluded
by the court.
Following conviction, Mr. Whar-
ton continued, an appeal was lodged
four days later, and from the notes
of evidence and the magistrate's
reasons It apeqrmed that the notes
were not full or accurate. In that
setting the ipeal could not be won
on a question Involving the magis-
trate's Interest, hence it wa neces-
sary to apply to the court for per"
so a.doub dl3A4
"W ad aim* ep toag tpresee moth d bhdeth.
'gW1twi*e'a day vem the mouth with DIOXOGEN,
Le 5Mb thoroasby to mov e ieod pin*li. TOW
hm k u, bea t a iem., t brath id claM,
04 II Br pt*eye Aeea#pDtI
^l~***' M**cnievaqas fAeiu
me mionnaron tohe defendant had
and that it was given to her by
Mr. Wharton referred to the con-
tentU of the various aMffidavits put
In, and stated that Mr. Hamel-
Smith's was sworn to on Saturday
and filed after leave had been
granted by the court on Tueeday.
THE CHIEF JUBTICE: It Is a
very extraordinary service because
on May 2 you filed Mr. Hamel-
Smith's affidavit ane on the same
day MTr. Ramkeesoon come up vIth
a counter-affidavit by the clerk.
In reply to the Chief Justice, Mr.
Worrell said Mr. Ramkeesoon gave
him the clerk's affidavit late Tues-
day, sometime before 4 o'clock.
in reply to Mr. Justice Pars, Mr.
Wharton said that the Chaguanas
court was adjourned on Tuesday at
11.45 a.m., the reason publicly
stated being that the magistrate
Mr. Wharton drew attention to
the statement by the appellant that
she had bought the lettuce for Mr.
Patrick. The regulations, he said,
stipulated that refusing to sell
would not be an offence if IK in-
volved a breach of obligation on
the part of the vendor or interfered
with his or her normal arrange-
ments for the disposal of articles.
In his reply, the Acting Solicitor-
General Msaid: 'One frequently finds
that Courts of Criminal Appeal.,
when they come to the conclusion
that a trial had been unsatisfac-
tory, follow a certain course. In
this particular case I do not propose
at this stage to go into the merits
or demerits of these conflicting af-
fidavits, but if this court Is not
satisfied that the trial was satis-
factory then, I say that Your Hon-
ours are entitled to say that this
conviction ought not to stand. I,
therefore do not support, the cOn-
For R.A.F. Support
AcknOwledgmeAt of the generous
contributions of the people of this
Colony to the Royal Air Force
Benevolent Fund is contained in a
recent letter to the chairman of the
Win the War Assoc&ton from the
Hon. Secretary of the Appeals Com-
mittee of the Fund.
Expressing the committee's
thanks for the Association's latest
donation of $3,242.6 the secretary
"Looking back over the time dur-
ing which we have to such great
extent benefited by the generosi-
ty of your members. I cannot help
feeling that the present conflict,
which has drawn the whole world
into conflagration, has brought
closer together those, both at home
and abroad, who are bound In com-
mon admiration of the gallant men
of the Royal Air Force to whose
courage and simple heroism your
support of our work pays -tribute."
Trinidad Guardian erreependeft.
AROUCA, May 2.-Ramlogan, an
East Indian employee of the Local
Health Authority, died suddenly
while at work about 10.11 o'clock
Gives Birth To Triplets
T"ba"611 Qmulwoa Cnrr -p ai
CHAGUANA&, May 3.-Mr.
Vincent Joeph, of Chase Vil-
age Cbaana. cave birth to
three boys, all of whom are
The first boy was born at her
home on friday, April 28, while
the other two were born at the
Couva Hospital on the follow-
ing day. Mrs. Vincent its now
the mother of 11 children.
St. JamesMan Jailed
Responding to an appeal by Mr.
Z. P. Bruynlng, defence counsel,
to conflder the actions of hi client
that of a man being overwhelmed
and trying to defend himself, Mr.
Justice W. J. Andre warned Alfred
Mason, a St. James man, against
the use of lethal weapons, and
sentenced him to term of three
years' hard labour when he pleaded
guilty to an accusation of man-
Mason, while speaking with
Sallm, an East Indian ground pro-
vision vendor of St James, on Nov-
ember 29, 1943, had occasion to ad-
monish Salim's wife for interrupt-
Ing. Thereupon she challenged him
to fight but when he told her that
he detested fighting with women,
Sallm said that he was man and
was prepared to take him on.
Mason showed an inclination to
fight and woa Immediately struck
on the head with a piece of piping.
The two men clinched, and it
was while they were coupled to-
gether, that Mason whipped out a
pen knife from his pocket and rip-
ped Salim's bowels. Death resulted
a few minutes later.
Mr. Bruyning told the judge that
Mason would not have been guilty
but for the fact that he accepted
the challenge Instead of waking
away. He decided to go into a
flight and when he realized that he
was overwhelmed he used *he
Daniel Ericourt, the famous
Prench-American pianist, will be
arriving in Trinidad on May 21.
He wlU give a concert at he
Polnte-a-Plerre Club on Tuesday,
May 23, and on Wednesday, May
24 he will appear at the Prince's
Bulidln., Port-of-Spain. Both
cijcerta will be presented by
It has been arranged that those
who booked seats for the cancelled
Firkusny's concerts may keep them
for Zricourt's recital.
TEACHEBR8 TO MEET
The Canadiin Mission Teachers'
Association will meet at the Pam-
phyllan High School, Chaguanas,
on Saturday, Miy 8, at 9 a.m. to
consider communications from
Presbytery. All C.M. teachers are
asked to be present.
ODEX BATH SOAP
Aft fwtA or 0 14J~~
Th uresrt way to fuard personal daintiness
is to use Odex (deodorant) Bath Soap.
Odex removes every last trace of offensive skin odor
instantly . because it contains an exclusive new
deodorant No after-odor with Odex
Feel refrshed and relaxed
after your Odm bath. You
are amie l-a- .-ti-n-g
WWAIi NewO Sen Throuh
THE CHRWMAN SCIENCE MONITO
is Mmud A f My ?Jene
im-- ~I%*ass -1 mdlaDm
~w 1mmruI. end Is
.bk.. TeMp wMao"Mpe-- ude, Mamew
SW^ft* jfff blOW OL Y.
1-1 MesiBft- sak hesS Neuspepe _Ltf ||a Mama,
Pe m$i.U Ter, er l.oOe M et...
Saturday lime, inehdbnMusu. 5ul.., SEfa@ aZ>.
"T..ees et. C emu s, 1m 25 Cm.
sum I-lE I maW ,o I orn
PFound In pomeslon of whe-whe
marks by Constable Barker at Ste.
Madeleine on Tuesday, Leo
CalIeder. a maMon, was today
fned 00 or s0 days.
Johb Assee, a shopkeeper, of Ber-
trand Street. was fn-d W2 sad
9.77 coat. or mne mant for ofter-
Ing for sale a mlk food at a price
Ave cents higher than the schedule
price. Asse pleaded guilty through
r. X. I. Cameron.
Feeling that Borough Corporal
Australl, who was keeping order at
the Central Market here on New
Ver'1 Day. had no authority to
ask hli to remove from behind a
pork Stall, Harry Rogoobalsingh
abused and assaulted the corporal.
Tnday he was convicted by Mr. F. J.
Camacho, who Imposed jail sen-
tences of 14 days and three months
reepectively for the offences.
To Share Fish
Many city housewlns rushed
past beef &talls at the Eastern Mar-
ket yesterday to share in a
2.8001b supply of fish brought in
Increasingly bigger supplies, It is
stated, are expected from the North
Coast right to the end of October.
Venezuelae schooners, equipped
with ice storage compartments,
are operating In Trinidad waters,
and dlspoing of their catches In
the city. A shipment last week was
A shipload of 280 VenesueLun
steers arrived on Tuesday to help
ease the meat shortage.
92 Oxford Shteet
Thursday 1lth May
Instructed y L. M. 'Jon Esq we
will -.11 such useful ite... as:-
Pair Simmons Beds, Springs and
Mattresses, folding Bed and Mat-
tress, two Beds with spring-flled
Mattresses, Ladles' Mirrored Dress-
ers and Stools, Double MirroedPress,
Bedside Table, Gent's Compactum,
Baby's Crib. Crap. Dining Table and
Chairs, China Cabinet and Tea
Trolley. E.P. and Obseware, klec-
tric Wattle Iron, Hot Plate, and
Reading Lamp, Striking and Alarm
Clocks, two Squares Linoleum, Meat
Safe. Food Jar, Alum. Cooker, Sea-
grass Settee and ble., Bookstand
and Books, Columbia Gr nsahotne,
Rattan Suite of 6 pieces, B asware,
* Garden ChUirs, Hose and Tools,
Atlas 10-Tube Radio. 1 O.E. Fridge.
Items en view day prior to and
morning of Sake Mand terms-CASH.
BOYD HUTCHINSON, LTD,
Sthe Liv a
a Yanks Aid ATxyo,-Woundd TIxi Driver
Fi.ed For Tyre
a Sf 4 Ntas mwtDO,
Ster t" tm.
l l~~r to the sedu no
a"W m tamle.e
no twoSa, tol Reajat Ma an
nr. aeot am sb for aig to
hearnorsear"14 no e.
Amaim a psm .tAisi m no m ,
Ing nl ored wr e ha m me am h", to ba t0rhe gwisempoy ed tDreae Bause
aor Almener Elot an Ker.
for of--apmblmn w a ordered to pay
We missin to m, ,,ad v t, siw i gre or 14 days.
WE CAN OFFER
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
ONLY A LIMITED SUPPLY OF THE FOLLOWING
(1) 4' 6" Metal Springs (sturdily built)-
(2) 3' 0" and 4' 0" Metal Beds and Springs.
(3) Cycle Solution in Tubes-18c. Double Size
(4) Yard and Scavenging Brooms.
(5) Mirrors in All Sizes.
General Supplies Limited,
'Phone 4164 :: 19 Henry Street.
Isas ter to;d ofd the state of
ANSAM ADO&&%= *'41MU
ttatabpM 0 61ta CLAIMN W
At oar t fats e-
um o is ueny Stetorn-
st..pain M arttulg of sluch
tate of thebove-named Abraham
Adelibs Warn bt of Tuepd-
Va, in the Ward o? U=rig t
the Dim of aTrindad. Retired
Clvii Serwant dseeased, who died
a the st day of Aprt. 14 re
required to send to us the under-
signed at Mae r' "Tinity
Home" No. 0 Queen Street, Port-
of-Spain, fuol particulars of such
claim or demand on or before the
5th day of May. 1944.
Dated this 15th day of April.
IL i. JRFFIU CO.
In the Matter of o. the Estate of
NOTICE IS HXREBY OIVEN
that au p-nons having CLAIMS or
DXMANI Magainst or upon the es-
tate of the aoove n xmeQ Laurencla
CaAUUlo, late of San Juan in the
Ward .f St. Ann., in the Island
of Trinidad, MariieC Wonmn, de-
ceased, who Ued on the rd day of
March, 1944, are required to send
to us the unLersigned at our office
at "Trinity House," No. 99 Queen
Street, Port-of-Spain. full particu-
las of such ciim or demand on or
before the 3th day of May -944.
Dated this 15th 'uy of ,
H. I. JEFFERS & 1CO.0
4, Taylor St.eCet
SATURDAY. TH MAY. 1944.
Instructed by C. B. Larson, -.q.,
who is leaving the Colony on holi-
day, we will sell all his nicely-kept
and useful Purniture au '" as:-
Simmons I ble Bed. Spring and
Spring-Filled Mattress: SImmons
Single Bed Spring and Mattress.
Mirrored Cyp Hancing Press, Wing-
ed Mirror, Crap. Dresser, Cedar
Chest-of-Drawers, Cede Clothes-
Hangers, Bedside Carpets, Pillows,
Bedroom Stools., Crap. Extension
Dining Table, 6 .Mnig Chairs,
Crockery. Mirrored Crap Side-
board, Glassware, Hand-paint-
ed Tea Set, Crapaud Tea
Trolley, E.P. Ware, Pantry
Table, 3-Burner Perfection Oil
Stove and 0 a, Enamel Kitchen-
ware and Mincing Machine, Bread
Tin, Electric Toaster and Electric
Fan, Sleetric Hot Plate and Iron,
Petronox Lamp, Yard-broom, Buck-
ets, Lawn Mower, Garden Tools.
Wash Tub and Boar, Crap. rris
Sitter and S Chairs with Cushions;
Morris Table and Carpet. 2 Crap.
Cane Sctt Chairs. Electric Desk
Lamp, glec. Sliner -ewing Ma-
chine, Electric -o table Phonograph
Folding Camera Kodak, 5-Tube
Phfleo Radio and Table And One 6
Cubic Coldair '"r 1-i, etc., etc.
Items on view day prior to andi
morning of 0ale and terms -CASH
BOTD a HUTCHINSC.:, LTD.
A first class opportunity exists to pur
chase and remove several recently
built large 20'x9' (some smaller)
genasco covered (some Iron) buildings
recently put up and all In sound con-
dition. Together with water and
sewerage piping, tanks etc., etc. at 'he
Port-of-Spain, Santa Cruz, Aria,
Sangre Orande. etc.
Mr. Louis J. Williams
c/o L. J. Williams Marketing Co., Ltd.
M 3dward St.
WE ARE PWVoUD O 0FFg.
58 Frederick Street
- 'Phone 5663
Often to hi Nmer- Friends Pd
Cutemen after Stek.-taking
Large Assortment of...
0 JEWELLERY--GoMd end Silver
[WATC PAT Ifr Watch Rek r afn
The FiM.t Smkl Mixture
To ef"h F om oWN
i ii ,, i i n ni + ;'*
THE UIJN bOCERS LT
..PVndse ckS, t n.P.++
HINDUSTAN SUGAR FACTORY
and 418 Ae, of Fertile Landl
Any offers or inquiries must be addressed to
Mr. D. A. Laurie, Hindustan Estate, Princes
NA.-WW ibe partleulty literete In any mOEr from
Government and/or any eo te Trade or Labou Unles.
SPECIAL CASH OFFERS:
ALL..MTAL DDE empleto with Metal ink Bpring
and Fibre Mattesm
V I........... $47.
4'l .. ....... 4"M
4'6 WOOD BEDS c loioe with gdleraib. Metal ink
Spring and Fibre Matie .................. MS
4'S or 4'6 MTAL LINK BPRINGS .............. $4"A
CANVAS FOLDING CHAIN .............. $.MS
B. H. ROSE LTD.
TRINIDAD BUILDING AND LOAN
OF INTEREST ON LOANS ON MORTGAGE I
UNDER RULE 11f
On Iean frma u N to SlUoM at 0% pir annam.
On leans upwards of SIm t to$N* *&tN N annum
On leans upwards of SM"At-opeda fasmte
IAS! FACnLrnE PSOVIDB FOR BKPA R
J. F. AGARD,
. *. Co ;
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0 oo=t" n
FLOYMKNT 4T4.-VaV -
I mf a dfoa m..5 3e 2
S 1) Mod&s l .
_____________________ I^1aimmf. Pntee Siset.SNS "
tew iewofit (made in
AWOM VACANT eider. r1.a W"ools) K.tai DV,
1tt-L EftAUIANThS A AND F00'
hel.--- /moet 'Phoe 1 --Mar L.
TItlE INmYITt by theN LA TROP1CANA RESTAURANT. U .
Im mmm gm "Ocmm
ll be N te ouiShilln up. special tarranm
Inillttde 155 ltai55i5S~oc @X iby morttly st-ene. W* Ala eater IM
MMel caSnaw~ee. el.,1 is 1w' Pat~ae-^S
ad HM.La.sd Ap4tiwce a*d ____________ -__-
11 vi"mgwohp and reporting
Ioufth e =ommitte olBs oa.d. CHIRAPODY
aeM Se Se 1 n Cor- rep. CBIROPODIST-M A S S E U R, ULRMI
fet^at& he. -u saly ttache [T formerly DqctSr of the
*~OjIWUIo~PU a pt. plEUn'enl, y VZiena. rtmdleCON. IN-
~ wa Seii amd anGROWING NAILS. CALIOUSSI end Ocher
l tatexloss ss amds. adwllha p OPTI Lms. less).3
tt to mofmoatbuo0 ite on itheRiP and FACE ASAll at
I0d1d5tM sh0lold spply in Ur home or office,. 5FREDER.OIOK TRErT.
haltu toArchdeon Itrestly. 'PRONB UMS. Treatmrost wh UVIA-
1-1 Jadblou ?d a ool, Ian TISmRNI GALVANIG FARAADIO CUR.
eor before tke Sis May. <4. lE5T.-,ay 13.
SMt 69tbuRe of the tM F EXPERT MASSEU cumOPODM
tWANTUID. Rin --.- SR EMNF1W (VuaveowttySp
E DAe All-round lervnt * Si iantmA Il( o' om
.5reet.-Msy5or reducing, remedies (palnlet yk P4
tl vs 1in Razf(-day Mald. la.T- ROUBLE.: ON, IN OW
4 1 shsth Streety-My NA., CAILOUBMS. FAl DI
3Ejrseral. Apply; MM. Wilson, It OawklU iOo-m>, DalI
tuhst.-tMyy tRDEin5CK rinBET tear Transfr
alon). 'PHONE: 416. LatestofU.
sinuS opparalu redint. ilrae tw wa
ATIONS WANTED frequency rays.-May i.
i'rUUNOED. Comptt steotyplut
kaowisdC of accounts and stock-
Pa, demre position with large oocern.
d, accurate typlng and note taking,
rati of approximately 100 lad 1to
is per astnta. Test welcome. Phoe
VNG LADY, pere ed Fil ng Clerks
fyptit, seeks rployant, beet re.er
I. Box 0.12. "G u ."-3Ma0
NALL FIRMS, what about Tour Sookst
say not be able to 6em1oy a whole,
Accountant or Book-Ksesr, but t.
i to know the true state of your bualt-
and to aseertain particular@ for It-
Steax and o r purpom, you MUST
proper boky Lyt 0o yTWa W k
this yer. Fee Modeate. Rim
ard*, 7M.-May 20
lUN O MAN. EXPERUENCD oik-
lng Clerk and ltenotyplst seela em-
nset. Good references. Apply No.
gih Avenue. Baratarls.-May It.
ILTRY & SUPPLIES
.&ZUAN COCKS, four
i9M n TRIOS. 31G5. oxf4S
tofmaleUs &Meac. 'Phon
at S Wainwright Stret.-May T I
MOLSX'IN COW &And Calt. 0-
I lfeg. Apply; 191 Tregarept
004O *UU 0Dial1 $077 17k
4IOXBUNDS'. aged I are 11
I& $Mart tustles. A
Pttmt. ISa Juan, El SWISS.
ar Itee.St am-M f
Saw d Pi*aLoft 'i
AN4, HIOM CAd3EI Detift
Y I Tawsy kL-wLAis;
aw RUiNne twoe
COmlGSEP mRRIVIRA, DR. GLADYTI
?rRIWJERA. drorctors (formerly New
Tork). I114I Fdetck Strest (opposite It.
Many'e Collewp), 'Phonae M Me seW
Anlo-Wet Indies Chlroprctla Aeeoatation.
"/ DRLKn l PHYTICIAN. fe
#xcele them all. The Chiroprectlc special-
lot-Dr. Jame Lovell, D.C., Pht.C.
4U,.A.), at the ChlfropracttI e health
Studio. 71 Frederick street 'Phone 614
Member Anglon Wet Indles. Chlropractit
Auoolatlon tReglstered).-May 13.
MOTORS FOR SALE
ON1 Iti DOiAllj, witUout tyrase, very
tihable nor reilpIoaments. No reasonable
offer .rued. Apply; Jaggern.uth, Wages,
IMMElMATELY-Late Austin a Sedan.
P.1U4, good cOViAdtboln, good tyres. e
Percy 8ainmpen, /o Sholli liaeolds Dial
Coy., Wrighlaon Road.--May 7
. OPL KADKET, latest model, perfet
torkinl order, fl"e excellit tyres. licensed
J a I: a ,o
5W tyrm. New engine, battery, point.
M 1at 1 condition. Owner leavln
dolony (1.,00 or earnestt offer. Tee:phomine
S *flatebr p.m.-May 6.
ONE 1941 SUPER DE LUXE FORD Car
X4811. In A Class condition, fiv very
Styrm. Car like now. Contact T. All,
street. Cbiunan.s -May 0
ORRTI OXFORD IAR. Lcned and
inured. flv tyre a(ire 1 i) No reason.
Ni otTfer rf ed, 'Phnne M.-Maviy
. to" 1 H P., In good condt-
tlW, tIr far, Do reasonable offer re.
le"d. Apply RuiM'. Engineering, N
I1 S1n tret, 'Phone 1o11 May 8
.NE 1 m FORD TRUCK for Pali.
A y: Cooblal Shnp. Saddle Road--May
VC t VI 1941 PICK-UP and FORD 24A
tra rk, bott veihle lInseected,
WIdl ki l nurd for M4l: cood run-
Al i-rder and good tyres. Phone 421
0% 040% 0 0% 0 04 pqOR "m
S l.-Mau I
a In N lMW I t, AI a Vum
ttS.A ,^hidim 'ism.
I t L. -y pi a i d
*NT M I W~ Wffif-t.
ISF3^ .--k 'jtl*t U d j-*
3tters,1P11 Orenst, DI
Mi.A ^^i C11AX!?U YOL iB<5t'fOftS
tOtla 6.eno t <8dm oth. Wlats
MO.1L- W2 Abwl, apteal Ib0--
MSS5?M mevo 6
Raigso "W. sw Nei efwm .-May -
oi OTAi. AIR amvder uss
? 9^.7NWIT 9PbwioAnolu
">c~lll* 8.fM; *n r 41.0;- "Ih
RT n aoMfm. Iut
Tutk emi om f tyre s M
Pitomw TBwa-Mey 1i.
RUdM OAS- "0r enl; feond-"IS.d
(ytteas Aouir. Trnaldad Import A Ba.
One1 Ah62.roml Stre3t.
MAGAZINES FOR SALE
tAoA)INd *UBICJUPTIONXo. McCall.
PatO, AdtOef M ulTe.M Tntsorip ts
tetive*trar *nd Hlth. Wf ay
et, Umtt, s V. l Poet Sda 1I.-
MAOAXIMS *UUB CIPTIONS. CheAp-
t rate llw t klat. iscedin .00 tItlue.
TORYtee. Meale.hln. 1e*4 U'r&
ARCADE BOKTALd. 1m A rmdeicl
trWlt. art-Ma teys.s i
MAG ASITAN--R SALE. "Ast Comlior
SN: "Coata" 1.3Fi "c t" i.*1^
W*Mor CASMS forM nit;w sel bIWd
11.20 "ReI0hrlot t MaaIM
ates, R Tr iPopalid M IcltpodenrtrA
1rII IT AawoaStt. 'phoTi DSr
teoti" 6.N;:True "tory" 4.tr: "SensD-
land" 4.50: "Strenth nd Halth" 3.*
(yearB subsiptloa dirlt tRoms Iiblica
tor). Send sMaker Uf money order. or.
3. Ahwl. P.O. -1- Pt &ompletJ )T
MUSIC SOOKft-Wetta Famous Piano
Pieces, C~techim of Mulic. Manuscripts.
etc. Jtmmoit. *an P.?nando..-ltv I|
MAGAZINE MBSClRIPTIONS AC kIend
hooked at lowet raft. LIfe Time. 01,lt
Comics. Mechanlic. Rdsions. Scrn. True
Stor, etc. SOS diltert ltite A~R' &DP
ROOKTALLD F rrOSTALRLk Stree-MAIi
SERVICES AND REPAIRS
TBAI0HTkN AL- ." PAINT Damaged
Parts of your car ROW at low cost
tonill'a-. Charuot Storee4t-May Id
lend"TRl50 ROaml- Int CooLReColthl-.s
tc. 130 Chariotl dtrest n -Mi u e 17 e.
tOR ) EAseR OiGONO RngORad Ur-
Plfates Rslectin( aigne, Wooden Letters.
Painted msbordPl, yet. Apply, Mdermi
Ilg eT Ctsco. Ptreet. Pbonle5 34 at
NMl. -May UI
JOSiee, BEchisT, Expert Stow. iec.lapt
aOd Ovan Mkr 11 ClIefton Hill. Port
*f-SAp n. *Ptione S378,-May 8
OD MBULLA8 WADS NEW^ by
Comitcs*Mechanics. r, 3do erris True
moo~twn TIHM HM
ALL MAZES OF RADIOSfieRnatred.
Stioyo Strvee. 5i Cheoen Street. 'Phon
RADIOS. REFRCERATORS FOR SALE
SON AUTOMATIC LleCTRIC RNtDORI
CPANOrtR cPtckU. 110. aow Marines
oSquare PhoneS o 41M 4M .-May1
BLECTRIC 30T1'LE COOLERS-oilly
An. LTianiAN At 63 Marine, Cqus .-
ALL MARBS OP OO R0 RADIOS. Radio-
Pranm And Rbeord Players. Radio aoevlrn
27 Chacon Ptret, 'Phone e t.o4.-Ma532
IFOR PARTI'IE-Am~tllfler. 15 Record
Automatic Changer. Radio Service. 17
CaHtcon Btreet. Phone W e.-Mav 22
REFRIOWDATORS. ONE **WETING-
ROUSE." prnctlclly new; One Large
etnldator"v One Kmmil I RvKlrlanr." In
perfect eoniuttcB. *I Marine S4uere.
'Phone mw1' 51.-biay 10.
RADIOi--Phllco Tropic." I Tub... 1M41
model. IT usdl* Road. Belmont, or 'Phone
ONE AULTO TROPIC. 11 TRIC : OBe
LNTED R C.A., ri tubee: one GEC. I tube-
thre of the latest and best reelvlng elst
-- t lo lIsten-ln to daly wer news. Also other
NTEO TO BUY ies epeelva Rado to suit nour liwutr-
ANTS) TO BUY--Parctl ot Land at mrnt*s. Marine Square, 'Phtion 421,
a Crul or Maertas boundlng ae river, td .--.unm 1
&w *thout house. Apply to ROafi ___________
of ao"itrst. 'n~o~ss401
A Z0 Mnr e P .t. MARINE EQUIPMENT FOR SALE
. F-FORO or CRVEOLETW"MM ONR AL .-Cd
15p0 or later. goo S o gda. R- Wve rsWt Made Diesel glme. ApplY
Lbla priqe State Mileage. P0A 0-1114 to a& sela & Naait e.S Sit. Vtsoes s t.
"iluArdlan.".--M1a4S h laSi-y 0i
ANTED 1l4MUA>lATMLT-Hw 3 004 16-FOOT CR1tYIIER TTPP BOAT, sult-
Ad-had Enie-drIven Portbe A able1 for tbor ir outwbord engine. i'w
outfit ooutplete, *1 oCable fet aedr bottom endpailntwerk. 'P"one S .
aI0t 0 poutnd1 preteM. ubium R B Pohint-a-Ptler.-Mayt
Te 3";ral Mmar. TrTInMiad _
FT~ AN 'I~US INC1M ffSW
trlet. pitone b g.--Ma y ISt frystracLtI Y I.
SE and MAOAM e1 boug f OE tRCULtW.- LS.ISody '
ST PRaht.Arads" Mmo w rY it
D.C SSL EINEain th. AV: :Z t" wdstte. ewo T'hw
m neprating set. CapDaoty 1 la I to6" M I
"teA Aply Patrick ataiota *ma, ONlU11aw tCTCLWt ) iao.
d WA-.Mc 4. "*rw"i 5 50 m' Apply. u t *bo
IATED TO PURCHAS. le.tmrit le 1tr ee11 D., "ew. Apply
6'"lion. Resos"abi e Price. 1P iO yr now. A'lhoe
Dres. 5OOhSY Street--May 9
n TIN : MP1O"-T-wi hin c ty dlMmit&--
*fgood price. McDonald Thoroae. M N3 Al4
N OCARt-good tyre eMnttia1.
.34'4 Charlotte. 'Phone 7544L- ROOM AND BOARD
44OUNT.KR. approatmately Mso tot TWO rURNRIMS.t UKOtROOMg. 16l
;Whitehead.Triiadl~d tmP ort W W *-M *eMa .
-May ji 14
FUotliuE RQ, Ildepidli-en
'ANT1, ourroneed atUse traee. hoebeois. u Ptn trLt-Ma"
r ID the T--" I& OM
Was 1.6 te for. kfrG .ARD AND LODWINO. "e Deeh
4L. c/o "0ardta."-aceX On illtoa Room. 00daoeammodoatm.
-New or Ood -eend-uar 'mdhf"'s ?.-UIf V "I I
and Phieln for Baby ffsr. DOUDLAE UU 1W itli
Apply to a 'Pt ia ay *
W Iff n "ip ^&*.Myib KAOMOAral ONATUjAX Is
sh, A44ra Bs x Mal. 13 1er de
ea ff L ,,pi11 -,
53 ~daace.WriteIsa its,~
S 0VALRW t-W =4WE&"A
k"kRrr1 bureau 111 14 VtMr M< V11 t. T411611 4=.d
6 eave". tb orZ. W m-O et
a^ ~ ~~111 PotO.We RIM aW orf. "mgf ba^'*''* sball
Repair iSS "!AVMS %m- votii~ ri ilDmOa.
--HM~fWUCK ANA It. K*MM .OW-*?*1 11111? LS'~n
5_ .^ -- --
Id arom wo
- - - - - - - - -
--- --- ------- lop
[k^ La'.dstd __i
Mts.-Im borlig meory 01 ear
-eL PMB urt ?M 0 tis
4w P14 "M3O ed1h
safd $ame onm data 1=4d
4 in -beat fer you.
44ie M-e. detaWlt4 aM id eMe
MSO A )gAID/BUTLUI, mvt
46 U L Circular Road.-Mity 10
itRCXD COOK, seed wt*
* sMtlal. Ca2, Carmody Road.
. *PhM lT,--Mayg
"red. Apply; 11 Al=xnim
ADJOUING ROOMS, partly 1tr-
o toafirnmhd,. with other fetUl-
ddle Road, a few minutes from
Club, wlth lovely SurromundinKa.
D AND IiWDOING, Ideal Io-lty
SMurray street, 'Phoba 370,-
OWTALIPA ItnTMARMH-D mt,o
bl Bedroom., board ptleaI. I
o0n RENT A
BU lD HOUBU. tt. Augustine.
. Maormrlta Road-Gordon Street.
trom Jun. 1. 1944. Three bed-
II mxoern Ponvenlences. rental 140
AllIv: Wel.v Johnson. gordon!
t. Auguetlne.-May lv i
FOLD PRMPXRTT. Busho ttet,
tiBe. 93,300" reehold Po--rtv.
e (Hult Jel'teon'sl. I.RV5: !Preo-
ertv, Palyv Lane. P3N O: No
P Lan,. ',,lmon. 2.W;: Nn. ,
Rit. 13,010: r. InM Laveo.tille
* oo L. Husband, 56 Helnry
P w my. ilame eSun*
RMAL RtMm eA IX A r Owi=K ,
mauwaylatim. oMesent0 te) TO
CS)ey ,'TW 4 StetlEeo 'a ROn- I -i TUATdt
LO Y i 40 tltw reold 0tresorty. (dtlt Sinet- -- e
QhuimThmm(S So CFarltt rML me Cotry LK PLO
18 ditfdll ,S t, s 'Penow 1a4S "I1Seo-... ..... w...... S 8,te e Mt. T
uW M M Yat Modr "-- Bungalow, O'Coor t.t TI'eeisphone
A e aiu t A 4 lM t.A- i p3 iessl o ................................Li, A 4
0mUl _aid Oan IetLOW tmpty) sac.
Song eheap. S_ N Si. Bnplow. Cascade (empty) ..... 1 5,700 and ]Dot
V Inen Satret, C lty.--a flL. New Bng It James, empty $S 3. 'tbu.o Ii
Piace: Trotman Lawne$a"&, i-4 Bu. nglo w.
room houses. Cauit 0. I. Al. It Dud,,,.- "pt ....................................~O 5
aId StretM.-Msy 4. a -r-A w--( l r
BUNGALOW, 2S de Verteell pret. 2 corner St
bedroma, modet cmv,.lh..g, ti ets. ANNOUNCEMENTS to rent
maus eewer, savant's o ttoadr, rooms,
Apply 7 Dndonald m It.--M S. LS monthly.UAT
three berom ,ad all os"e lne at T Clb Coori.d Marava, G M
410y '.11LLfg 'am '1.* ii*o (4) n "noid Beo R. ...........; "'Soo i ai
adnia Road. Wate r to reward vi Bmarcant 'Phone lub 6003- BeCII
view. Poseseon. ReeoanbnaeiofWe. Apl May S LEASEI
Enol IPhone 521.-May utt _*ata" I I=________W __t. Au"
Aemot 3210'1 QucPjj OUND ht'id P1o
oo"a .-LADI O WRIST WATCN* t lbeli
$" ANA TREET. yOMeat. ust evatd. Savannah. L Owner an tve am by tie.lfetn
Bargain. Louis Gilman Thomas, "D Coo'In.go at "Guardian" Offlce and supplying Road. J5
Stant "Mn Che tte-MyS proo t ownership; also payng eet . SOt.--
FPOR SALE.-Elmpty Eoose, 4 bedroom., this advertiaoment.--May 4. -LN
,t "nttsnce of golf soured and Saddle -.-;-LN
Road. Apply, oobteA.l ll1op, Sddle Road.PERSONAL NOTICES ARt TW
- -J"une r fh i ln e
15 ,erRPW'P LANE. Immedateloue I am no magr under the care and it. letabie it
urn. Bp Bemont Valley Road. n iT. 4e Utlo el I u romfd Alte -ti8to rl ply; I
r.nt o L a Nd R eal U ra- il. 53,Dee ts t. t l Mf SIO. A tti Oe te, ,
tilm ,an Thomas, Ct. alotte.--M ey S --May B. ugl L-vC ntrela et1d. RADIOR
p i. o ....................... .reby doled that G. -'
PROPERTIES FOR SALE am not responslbuglor any debtk or debts ur
TWOLOTI L lt~l .@One Hou cootractad by my WhO Ehkee adwarda sh phoett1"'1
Ddnds m ald r treet, 1ub8aal1rly buIl t he... Te. PUBLIC Is hee.by oi.l.e. that.1 (MPOR
ontalnnt efour bdoromn. stud h not ho d myelf rla. Casde lmply) 5.0le f.o a ny tyre. I,
nd raw n t. rooms, pantry, kl na n debt or debtn g oltracted by my wile ) 3,4 or yourS
1wo tld bathLooma, all undt, roo Ram, she uiul Buiagallft my re atnd r o
Large yard, colgesid, two sst'vekts' Rooms, clon lovey L
Argo store M. Cou ,vatory, ag.ll et CARLTO R. U=Swith Ir
,ld aRtr t.My 4. oSw s'ae tner oNatt i 1I uR -
WLYm.BUILT nadn IIn b ath ArNOUNCE.NTS
b rl modern oou veni "ne to rP- un IeR O.A e AR TI N. p lea r
main Mwer. saw nt's roou ktteu. --- ---- monthl. *
Apply T Dundonld it,. n. LOST 1ret istse -d. mofseont h
NEW CHATTEL ROMS as""nlB R AtL for small sitlllni boat. between "*
Three bndron and ar t Yacht Club Cooril and Mauraval. Good IOUE
Cldonia Road. Wtaeaon aait le ood rward. Cvisa R RcantO ed th.a 'Phon ta-
erlw. Poslteson.R s, eorgble .A maM i am o unmay* LA l IslI
Manye. *Pbaane Al.-May pr. 1tectin ofm hsalnd loa AdUir
2E BRATHWAIT DIWTRIT. G nRi O. M i nt.il
Balmont. m .la& Qutick. A Oe"ln ga VnA ATI ld Prot
priiLatenly 2 i Laeter Laind 57 OfMelaw P541ONItAf Mai RoSA ofce,
Thoa Man o er Charlo t.e r -May aDIo GOLD WsT WATCr I Aln
1 ANA PTReTe valot. Just rvd. Savannah. ownr can have a by call- 'hIftI n V
sers Louies G llon To. u/a. 'D gNt- aIg at -Guardian" Olcl er an d sly R d. 1
one art M ana." S- Chrtt.d-My proof ot ownership; alf o mh and. ar am BRNt.-E
rnR SAL11-11mitt noun, 4 befdroomsl, this *dvertlwament.-jlay 4.
it ent ACREt of ll t onars and eaddle* atas V m i ofr LAND Ce
Road. Apply, Cooblalt Aop. added Road. PERSONAL NOTICES BARGA.
-June*. 2 * . .M..- ru" JA INt~ M urftjr notified that hir Tom V
H lRrR'P tN- T ." J ImMOl"SIA 2oe^ a w) An ge unde"*I r too* care and pro- l"tab' t'
F;lon. d Belon Valy,*I av; a 14M l feaia0 M yM husband'* Atlozuaor Itfalin. ply! H. 1
iLt Iar Real tMar-lie. 0, A1" .? o 4.AoTLLA HU imK a
Oilman Thomas- 39 Ch-lrotTo.-Myll -May 7. T Lavutito stood. MAIO
tiroreehol ropsrty 77 --- PUBLIC In hereby noticed that 1 I .
PROPERTIES FOR SALE am notn. ngeponsbl e or o any debt or ds I
rWO LOTre of LAND wai. *a Bas c nrctotacyd by my wi llten i dwarnds. ie 21
byhood, Main Roead. old Vasty pyilefed brtc sheavrien let my1r. td
toses. No ootrha."lna$ a Qdeo o O KeWAtoAl MA2I714
Ma 2ROAMPESALAI C dOKRUATM. j
LARA RRNLaBoiLDwsOP-Utege e -MySt if TlacgM
Teindonald ntrd. Immadiat ely buWlt TH PUBLIC 1 sherebynoi bl that IMR
contaBn fouir bedroom- awd fu~l l n"" ot hold mysel foopoassiia for say tyres. If
andtarlwa oom i th, r msianwtream dl of debte uadra tha by my wie. Doa or-your
two tloed bathroom sall unde r' ? h aing lef t he hamin le t hmy e *th April woodrr
Large yard<, cola ssed, tw oe iaeta ed. Mey g Sangr G "nti loe lyLeP
large sa.r* room. lavator, garage, etc CALTON MA wih brar
eertc. P. dra. 1S4 Ato le am no lonr rdes tho s ri e f d prorfy w plesD 1-1
partiulte can e ta, S ,my IMram Aln t atm doot* olt NoIr I
ue, aRg h s t ese .r *myt .oslbl for any sb e MA'e t
"S 4 .tTlhad Imr' it de, "n v my l *s eU5tg. IAooh
from I deablStret6-4 nowAP A M 0KAML. A
dF-teh "--son guwaratbleed. TUEPUS4 T Is brys Mtlrthat Phone
Maotteleone 4.t, 0aN.k ai A dVieri Ani e Martnasowugdermr e
NEWLY-BUILT DWELLING BO Ma lrtin. VIRGINIA 14ARTIN rIBOly,
all modern co.ha Sl t an ding P. In
oxlnt.|y 21/3 Late Land, 97s =Itr 14Wast r s man Rook ofi.
vtan Fernando (war P*aua-mt* Coarote 1e
otele et, wIhine or t I. RE I NOTIrT th Public that h
Hotsl. Posesson wtble our MUN.Mail
Offers invited Robr M. Duvem$.*"S% *shbou-1s I an NMIl under the core and B"*'NIII
wPhoe m4 n rAo do.-May I rtmyi ey hiuband. Harry V ERNIE
FIVE ACRES at Bta th tCu *4sWih au 5=ll" Van Itoe AntdenrOae o Arimt. m. 0
vacant smale hute ACt Se on I dIMe i otnhld myself. poIb f o wt
roadf to Maraval, build oln If. 4% Lota. dot or debt S cortracted byA Wrerow
Laventillt Moslem M1. Road.S PETHOILLA V. ROSE. 'Phone 4
94 a 9 henry Offset, 14"01lulM bit *-11 4, . Of -.A rt=,""
!IOe p arteeodpr.per .ad To X WU MPUB I hIntre" notified thatI
JGa rdn. "--maty A am. s lonotrresponsible for any debt or
4 ACR6B LAND with RuV edebta ec c ntrwted by my wifettl ottr Cu-
Rloods Pope. rmhly, A e11. rI= bppoyatet e eMsis havbingl n l My are and
bustines. Brttte 1 IL ea a proe ctlon an April 27. 19*.
SML PURERoOLD p~us yy, s.m WILLIA TOiK
Key to OHAMIIC*LAIN CUMOKBRBATCH.
-RKBHOLD-Lat" Two-atO Now&I -11May f. Tumull
frmCt. LAI-D tie o y b ad Sb Ntanil. I LaNDi- r
9T. MRI. Gu. g il- t.4110 am. having ,,f h ...bs.*an he ,1th Ari
PItgetty. sometHa M ap'ow b' 111111. differed
'apA, ", oe R ive' Pr1 PUC NOiverIC
i~f# toe.I es,, u t
Speni dIflot be u u P T51 9PUBLIC It hereby anotied that Ie
ftI -~t 114111= mnS- s so looser responsible for my witf, DMUSng
B~~~l 154 A4%,~u ^au*0610 Ite Sry Mo~tam. and that I do not hol rh
leaveso syse at all)Iw ithout t
ihsw ldrytag house' nMf 06S-*~!1O?^' IV her. "*
Mrs. 9110. r Imiort IR BaH AWtdhyIT
LI3, t TAb*BSBf Sr tK~ RANMPMAD MOOKMAM A
FOR eALe 1 111 lowl, -Mayf. A rn e ha
OB amold td, s r*. T=a PUBLIC toi erby nse. y that my
"storif l M a ts. rsea t Old Ca, Anni. KO Ris now under my am
Im e it e o31 eecr 1-M Dial l 45 T 7. HAROLD KAM .
Bmu'~ttNav .10 ERI 4F5EChalottLeNStoo
i t. ln"It ao aMske to n Obbote that from
I OW N as so d a soMay derthei adroe andwill be
Me. jug emoostod, at the 400. hno "M dT mtk uk byoM r ---
fit wrmtt LueaTINA?4ArNe my % 4 tr~I27 jadE~ed byhim.a
LA .io ^js'& S PR- SM* ~is i
tSDmep Sti*. w modillow
ter a=1. Txx VVJC I lisreby notified t wtt
(It"t, 4f~oM at. l m not ravowatble for any debt> or ^
6W.U debtsAL~rR~t milteele bw"*.? my %$Ulf& Aders ^
rr-hol 144211t. A:yy(a M OID
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Wmploti Inta WIt. Appy *jkthb TMa PUBLIC Is hereby advised akmt
don!H Rllip-nft MT 16m wh"tt *tam Iran was.o ytayIn^
of ^,^ 1"4B^ &%- C"04%pwW- mar It) a"tou 918"
o( Unit t CwutemoMii or- -a FROMMIK *IIAMn^R
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df new U8 stJert=i
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THE NEW TONIC
AND STIM TS
RION IN VITAMIN 9
r ..4..JzT i Room
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n d mm tbnaC-o
cs a bums Un m m r 4 bird
doulr fIy I
MINIM & LM 4U I
At htat its coame tyg.
de eonoothag, te 4
fM pea~l--R reOuMi
, tur-TSmiVS t ewj
Iosreli.. & famu*
*toamMaa 11l1*155 -J
besa aMd lhes.
There you wo
just what yo
looking for a
For we make..
business to O
40^ 40 w %oww^j
L & Co., ]
yKwar lb, low'. ,
1TN-TWa t LOT ,'.AND adjl'n-
rffortn West, Bon rernando. o
b"IMing te. t, ng ein mneern AlA-
Bunmes, Otb lrht Btreet.-Way l
'uibe SRunterheto'-dvne. TT a. Bm'nu
't el *'es eonditIn ti"15. Tale-
81 before 2 p.m.-May I
TANT TO MOTORInT4 without
f You have no tvrexs for your car
ear has hem aoned. 'phone Hn-
hone 1816. He will sell you'f
Ucih. 24 feet loni 'ero'rve t '*n
id If h i Johneon i lnilb.-"d To,
'.ml to soy n '1149, 0 I-.anWd.''
-umi am much as -oil watL 1.
by appointment May
0 To IRN I
CAM. Wmt lnmln, tmps. Cel.
*Nul mletlonl Honnl olcs
IL. 218 Park street.- May 17
Y a EQUIPMENT
FOR SAT.Z, Hm'IM qeft to olt
our Roads Pami Camden -Ury
STHIOMAS former barber or
irdenil now loral'1 al Priliin
ith irdt Clas atrnlaotr Corner
ibv BireMe nd Marnna 4unre.
*60 -June 3
Is a Verdant Vale Estate,
it Drices per sicre. Arimn
nd Blanchiseuse Mailn Road
through the Etate from
pply C. CONNELL,
'Phone Arlmas 10.