Trinidad guardian

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Title:
Trinidad guardian
Added title page title:
Sunday guardian
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
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Trinidad Pub. Co. Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Port of Spain, Trinidad
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daily
regular

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Newspapers -- Port of Spain (Trinidad and Tobago)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Trinidad and Tobago   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Trinidad and Tobago -- Port of Spain

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Also available on microfilm from University Microfilms.
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Current issue also available on the Internet.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began with Sept. 2, 1917 issue.
General Note:
Description based on: 25th year, no. 7404 (Jan. 1. 1942).
General Note:
Latest issue consulted: 71st year, no. 22316 (Mar. 31, 1988).

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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ltuf - ABZ3083
oclc - 12086429
alephbibnum - 000354929
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UF00081212:00652

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Rumanian Targets More Ships H eavy Jn
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*sdiSdel bea e proWtctd by Aghters, carried out 61&wtlv. bombing attacks M e=$uboats
b"" ---att-c-aa-. ng on Holt~anda'nm Suffers"
I .man anti-. ea k Rumanian communmatMone cn tIn daylight today, ea- donvg Only latt 1< l
04111" SiecA ovoyA pr~mabi ovoacust- :
Same ndg the lt iterraM s a i r eampaIn Maglnait the MlSta In Ru- .l troop rom b es ieged Eeu frs
A"Diol.aia Into 'llf-scal f f v%4. --------------fave sunk our more rs r
0" "Me udtotalig11.000 tlron, andtwopatrol
am uriusAermi Atth anel A 41he ,1and 12a1agedother iran.
-e Release Of P="B Heavy Casualties
h ark sector ca m theatroue cothe Comm .iqte soldeCse
wereatt~ackdyntot wgrpe0o-tu atneattacked and routet
iseavy eaualties 'potrcht wtth res to Allismy Gonvoh wt oi a slrvat
pol. sl,*n*'kiQ t~hr~eeoXt'heaftriltId'l ot l
di tent Hatlrl e qut tht and two landing barges,. Rulss"L Ma Rues Te1tHr top'otn
..o**._^^ Welcomed ,.,_.,^^ ^ ^^ I ^H^ mm ^^
anud Thunderbolt Maris'ed out s mnWl com erandhp a S`Ceon1ti=olty1
the Calais sector since tesignf h avabetl
run.Teexport Of It-.an 1 ut. g, cah
morn Th got unewy cuntoll for *a- .NEW DELHI. May 6 (Reuter'sL--The 14th Army troops' often-
damp van, ae Bytl iii Rt ai.AN MORIlN other transport and two iauncadh
g as Tetrip 01of iWand damaged other tri ansport sive lin the Kohlma Sector of the Indo-Burmsa front which Is gotni
eput had bts beond th e sNW D.tise May d(AP). Of the inkings reported tonight, c"don at all points, has smashed Japanese resistance i n a number of
Amertican Masa.! FIfth Armyl lAIn Wdhepread setiofation graeGa d torpedoes from motortorpned- anda..
Bled bombers o l front in =outlern the release of Mohanda Gendhi, boats accounted for three trans. Important positions among the mountains and jungle valleys and
emplacements south Italy. Indian Nationalist leMr, deon.d ports totalling 8,000 ton., and two the advance is continuing. Many more Japanese dead have been add-
S 3Jouloxas A" These sports fer mnth a polii pri ft bares, and bombs ank trans. eto the enemy's huge casualties in the earlier battle oft ohima.
save evidence of soer in the Aga Kban's summer ports of 3,000 tons and two patrol
palace at Poona, but his Intimates cutters. The Japanese are losing many
sI cient later at the Germane In-feared It marked a new crisis in Te continual sinking of theemen A nheavy .
thait wa possible reasin fears that the li lnu of the frail disciple of rescue ship. appeared t n one of t oi mainly by bombing h .-
dat wes carryingte ls erI nsthe psai pereas o beouti ofrartillery fire in the battle for Kohl- batWae forKohl-
r Jthe Allies are pre- main reasons of Stalin's hold.
the t 3rdp.traight G.a ?,oto parlng another Newspapers of all shadso of lu u.u hi final infantry assault map ands, .In the fighting in ,he Im. French Warned Against
L. Canada, Miuun push. oplnion-Nationalist as well as on ths rocky fortress phal sector. It is estimated that n N Thr t
Nazi coastal Instal- fohitr ONusnro n
Pa. de Calais oareacommande rs't earlier In the English-owneOd-welcomed the free- IonlthparoptetwortrTesfShviyts eh Sudde
l h e n released the 7r4- diposn of thousand s In the past two month they haveO a
'thet even now after Esoean sitheatewek ffcalr- n Goenme.4toIgo tosnso emntlost ,0 e ntorled inthe Imhan f ~ l o rnea lir
o Idheavy, r-old leader unconditionally ct- and Rumanian troops in a piece- sector at the hands of the Allied IlRaDiONran__e uterls
ion tem in$ vmt Inf" the^ s aSS ^ Radio^^ ^ Frnc at Algiers s-;.^
ubee described Ia with isas unxplained explo- y- ld .m1 l eal manner at sea without pay- ground forces alone.
nds ied des t yt f ins were heard-14 his failing health after having inX the price of a frontal attack '! Today's communique shows that broadcast a n urgent warni
the r~aid'"' romthevicnit gut 142.fortoday to patriots in Marseilles
ue the eraw, O w heard coined him in August 1942, for upon the naturally diffiult posti-bomber squadrons of the Eastern toat to Petrio in aIes
a awe o m~u vcintypoliticalaciiy chwsrto. that the Oestapo, and Vichy
ht rt activity ich was re- tons. are fgtngin full authorities were plann to
Kth It 'psaormio on the guarded a hampering India's ras-s Reviewing the war on ships by N support of the 14th Army i round
r flers S it gew. Pht)AWestern a end Of1tance to Japan. Sovietlne alone, for the month support of the aoth Army ground descend on them suddenly, and
Ameator said 1s the front which His intimates here said Gandhi Sof a"'Tasose"r the moth troops. The air offensive reached proclaim a state of siege. The
American gpmin y Indicated enemy dtruc- In suffering from both hh blood Apri observer report- far back to hit aparnese troop po8l. radio told them that there
bothrbigh bloo ed that Russian 'planes sank about tions in the mountains behind this would be searches aid ar-
tion of Installations. pressure and a kidney ailment, and 200 ships. Including destroyers, and other frontsA.reAtsy and urged tep triotl
mot- ground Are INVADERS OPPOSED will depend for recovery on a spir- minesweepers, torpedo-boats and J eep drive shallow-draft landing raft at r a
tuN iIsourreepsdstrength riven ofa"beyond^ th.e lanin graf t Mree-hundred miles to theinuth, to get ready to defeat 1this
tual source of strength "beyond the several dozen transports, with the beach during the amphibious Invasion of liollandia. Dutch
nefteiwe. In today's air drive i nto Ruma- conception of the western world." total displacement of more than New Guinea, en April 2. Other landing craft are in the back- the Arakan group of the 14th Army move.
New Zealand Ms ai the American bombers and His son, Devadas Gandhi, ex 00000 tons. und and a trphip is ai right.- (AP photo.) has followed up its major success -
1,land1 targets in lhtera battered their way through pressing the opinion that his father The report covered attacks on hn_ fa acgt- Ppoolef tt upHe ines ov el n g-
-.,ulgthe day raladI________________ the. Mau, gdawButh dat Itaroad
Grmn ftghter screens ofl enemy Interceptors nd Is, seriously Ill and possibly near convoys "in theBarents, Baltic and --Clef s t ro the Ja ee overlooking F Ia
Bombed Ave vital roaYlrds. aU on death, said Gandhi would scorn especially the Black Sea."' ______ the Maungdaw-Buthldaung road. r
Sthe nighlbt the mainO routes from Bucharest most medical ministrations. Trave BP'n ... ....... ... Ch inese troops, th e communique- s
to mlinaylnu over which the Germans are pour- Released with Gandhi were Dr. INDECISIVE 8KIRMISHING Wounded New Zeal and said, overcame thB Japanese S-
a, ccomplished ug reinforcements and supplies to M. D. D. Gilder, who attended the Tr ve Ben e fences iear the Lahkrow River In I
ridy, R.A. the southern Ruiss front leader Indetention; Miss Madeline The Germans tonight were et- Hit \ oTe General In England the 1 Mogaung Valley other h in. o t
ton and on Initial reports lid hundred of Blade, daughter of an English ad- phaslaing Soviet "mass attacks" on i T ese elements continued to advance .--
tir al and a supporter of the In- the outer defences of Sevastopol, H its W worker' LONDON, May 6 (Reuter's). south of Inkangahiiwang though NAPLES, May I (AP),--Alliei
attaned M o ileInnstheyrs ofbi thea m ies n National Congress for many and onereport referred tothe Ru arey Plan .oKippn ^erger Hord eaqUitannounced today tra
inIte fDa,7 y ars-, Dr. Sshila Nayt and Pyre ane'lavish expenditure of am-*n w l te N Z- A L L, fu Il ant s i
and Patrolling northotD ll tl;'emises70tL'lPtt I tyyelNayyar, Gandhi'syprivate see- munition."a uetheumahnwto ,ledetheptewrhst- admitted the Japanese still hold frqua mole Ital an agent s r
UiP two enemy mls ws Bchrs;TescnPfl eko it a re l ii. aon-- lindenrs at Cassino, is now in Tagi.for the Nazi* %were snot by a firlill
onite s tMont lalt;retary. Tescn ulwe tvrulEngland. He wan severely Allie gzu IMp utdwn h squiad alttcatheir conviction i
kn the Mont railov, 10 miles west of Duchar- standstill on the eastern front was wounded In the early stages of e aeaiy military courts of attempted espioi,
near the French eat; campinJSJ. 2 mils north of Doctorl Say Gandhi Has wound up as before with wide- News has been received that the the Cassino fighting and lie has barrage and the troops attackedd age and conspiracy to sabotage.
es: ml ,abops **~s ai, Thro Sevens, at the spedbtidcsv krihnmeigo h ol rd n~
ieron OatN o the Dnub in mle Become Very Weak spread but indecisive skirmishing meeting of the World Trade Union come to England to undergo south of the road. capturing new The announcement said one VIlf
Itmand more German predictions that final treatment in an Allied hill positions., Inflicting losse,. gilo Scarpelllntl, 19, was volunta
i mbers strumnok t iorhwstof Cralova. LONDON, hay 6 (Router's).- the Russians were building up for Conference which waas to have been military hospital, which the communique describes ily cciuited as a German ageot
t Rannesi or- A numbr of enemyteept Soo after Gndul was released in a massive stroke h London on June been he reached London to. as serious, to report on ipping in Napl
Sfraoe/ _tm..t___rds I) Poona-today on health grounds, his ___et ttlwe t1 Jue5~isbe We h echdLodnto eros
n form t n oed. o Pooatooday a health gierounds, hu hs or mo teth e anetlt G er- dayMenie r. iu he WM welcomed at the American Liberators over the He adWttd he Intended contltn
7or1t1Oe i the a*tt-o buma doctor l.ued a stunemnt. e vhav e uotured th Rus ia=Indefinitely postponed owlug to th station by Mr. Polarn b FraserM sMr outh ChinaS ea have sunk % Ing116 the GOuWs -4e"l1e It -4
ohr w ik "jte to hto a iselek sawI 0 b mec ver.y *eao l at d 1 -bir i 't4e Miidst of'a TAIrly BriItkh Oovemments travel ban New Zealand Prime Minister. freighter and a smaller shlp, part aught.
1, w =* l r e n er ak n a ot1sd # fand otbtr rcp eme atat~vemof the o a a e e co v y m rc n T he others shot w ere D o maenicO
*mr *plane bombing by a iubtealai pOrtion that hero physical an omn of a Japanese convoy. rw enc
of the tir armadas Msted at Ital- exhaustion though he, keeps chor- theM 0 lWe In middle Rumanla. pedevent th n. Dominion, squadrons also from Chlnese baes Donnlnl, 25. ex-Lieutenant In the
IaHba e, ful. They asked Gandhi's friend*.s The ermans reported Soviet day Ouardlan" learned. General Kippenberger Is one have raided Jarnese rail commu Fascist Republican Army, Glullb
yester do Amerlcan h*vy &"aloutu a they might be to esa "concentrations" In 'the Tarnopol, Tndad trade unondelatw Zealnd's most brilliant nictlons in French Indo-China. Sebastlanelli, 9, and Alfredo Cil& -
bombers fj I lo o0i4 refn hiln,-to spare him all strain for Shepetovka and Kowel areas-all soldiers. In the past two years A new J panese threat t6 the garo, 26.
one'ao vali ss, w s*e time to come. A message in the general region east of Lwow. the conference, it Is understood, he has )been promoted from iHI
.ttasnIg"ht,0 RAP. weilllng from Poona says that Gandhi has A Soviet drive down the Sret were Councllor Albert 'm, the commander of a battalion to Chine -p-lns A rti" Wre spocalaly trained and eU
at r les not made any plans; where he will might eventually be borne out by commander of a full division nan is reported in tonight's Chung- pod to sbotage an Allied ol pil.
| tAgain 0AXA ^o Sattake *agnrie atf not^ made any^ pln;weeh il 0 osbtg a lidol
live depends on the advice of his Moscow. It is a custom with the Deputy Mayor, president-Oenerai ., -- .. kin communique. Japanese troops line and when arrested they attac i
aO Kdl'nh" under- '5PW -, .doctors. Speclallsts are to examine Soviet High Command not to re- of the Federated Workers' Trade striking out to the west of the Pel- ed Allied soldiers with knives. 81,
S.Reconnaissance pBotoglbshow- Congr ld on Monday port a new offensive until It io well Union and Mr. Rupert Gittens, N -e plng-i.,kow railway had yesterday other spies were shot week a&
f later it dares raein at Ploeti t following when X.ray photographs will be underway. Secretary of the Public Works and W I i fl advanced to within nine and a half
M the. W gft yesterday' attack. The rallyards taken. Gandhi does not share the The steadiest Ruslan activity Public Service Workers' Trade N G miles of Loyan on Another vital
for the oint- were battered heavily and stooge fears of his medical attendants and has been In the air. Soviet bomb- Union. a railway, the one that llnks up 'VICTORY FAIR' POSTPONED
Instant Biho tanks and ol cars were in flames hopes that he will he ble to falsify ere have been hitting reatedly at A cablegram received here from Ka e la western Chlrn with the Peiping- l d
that this would Another tsarp blow had been their fears "if reporter, and the Nazi railroads 'and strategic supply Mr. Walter Tewson, assistant sef RadI- c ll Hankow line. The official Chinese The cycle n Vid a thletic sporI
hi at the meet- struck at emn's oil supply, public co-operate with him in entrees. Last year's sprin lull rotary of the British Trades Union telegraph service said that if the ed at Forest Reserve, Fyabd,
lasted more than three montJapanese capture Loyn Is fll under te patronage& or Mr. ,
,th but other bu-.. [Reuter's reports ttot In the carrying out the doctor's instruc- ated more than three months, but Csngress states jaanee capture Lo n ts fall eve a a
aut nd atons." his a n ea-
eth n o n beachhead, rs i creta told new s- theofithe b roug ht se "In view of Im pendingpevents wnd Q L 'A RTERS NEW G U INEA M dpct Iehi dsomn mr wa toen ernAl ea t er Rs o thven-M urrin ad y general M inag -
to tb PA.American troopslaunched a 1o- paermen today. "Gandhi In r- tp Maineelomensof thheestawdarfTbiidd81r. ThisLlt~
'be given t h t -cal attack in thecentre of the hibited by his doctors from giving time the air war has lasted two consequent on the Government ban 9 (ARTP) ,NE OINA, M nura~a y nadevelongthmaents, oad p oshwestw arded of r today, isepods mtpond J
AnteyA", Apr ieter,.The Germans couri. Interviews. You will therefore ex- weeks, coinrtiding preciseliy with the in travel making impossible any on New Ouinea's north coast sec- slo f theancient road toth crdd or today, s postponed
r1kto proAei w it e in company cuse him for tho time being," his lull on land. guarantee wben the ret L journey tors still in Japanese hands have vince of Chekwan and. If th de- Sunday. Ma 14.
toPt ant ster-e. th cked Compl secretary said. of delegates would be made, the been made from IHansa Bay to velops, the Japanese will be able rto Heavv shwers of raln yesterday,
tood that Canon trengthandw' l ngback,-- secretary aid. General Council have felt compelled Sarml, headquarters announced this cage the main strength of the hav w made the track unfyt t
t Principal of Allied big uns aw n the beach-t Pi e H l Man to postpone the World Trade Union Imorning. Chinese army. sorts today.
e will b head hit three Gcoerm tanks City G e $3 Conference convened for June 5 Hansa Eay. 350 miles southeast
nBointment and set aon ammunition dump Ct Fy.GV es $ 33 2iui i gircum nces ire more fa-[of the new American invaion
Sp t ab!vike.l Tr durable when further Information forces In Hollandia and Sarmi,
ove te esar Dm n enra ~o elar F nd For Questioning ountil lrc ~ne s wren moreta-ohtenwAericandInvasinl
r--o s----- p lnc ot who fleWelfare Fund will be forwarded." more than 130 miles to the north-
,reconnaiss ornthe Pe iwar DRawy to Wcentraleaa The police, after inqulrles lasting west. Beyond Sarmi in the Schout-
Mfagistrates Italy, confirmed that In yesterday's In a gialn end-of-the-week about a fortnight into the mystery en islands, off Geelvink Bay, a A 0
dsve-bombinu attack th e effort contributors yesterday of the Savannah tragedy which re- irraiding bomber downed an enemy U i
Went Cancelled gai were mashed open. The turned In the handsome total of suited in the death of .evle T .L.L. Director fighter. The steadily neutralized i j 1 iC NIG. & C V. LTD
pit reported that the river above 1657.72.to send the "Guardian" Daniel. a young physical culturlst, i enemy bases of Rabaul. New Bri -" o W
L aoftheDla ntet the dam was practically dry. War Welfare Fund past the have taken a man Into custody for Reporte d esined tn, Kahvleng, New Ireland and
CIrleiam bnIebri Michael Reynolds. B.B.C. reporter, week's goal of *17.000. questioning, the "Sunciy Ouar- 4rKahili also were given air atten-
ofthe Colony, wa. cables from Allied Hfidqulrters In The City Council. led by the dian" learned yesterday. The "Sunday Ouardsia" under- Uon. __________ THE GRIR O ERS
OV10,11111 yesterday. Italy that It Is believed that the MYor wtM a donation of $100, put The dead body of the Belmont stands that the local office of THE RMIER GROCERS
gOmatte"' nolce 00st rrmans had mined the dam which u*the -tbstantial figure of $332, youth was found with a bullet Trinidad Leaseholds, Limited, has In
as an Acting M -Is behind their llnes In the Adria- anwere closely followed by the wound In the neck a the morn- reoelved the olowing telegrn a ids Start Fires
to the MIste.ral tic sector meaninir to blow It up In directors and staff of Krpala, In of Monday, Apri 34. and a girl front. their head o @ce: ",Mr. Z. D. Fr
Swith effect Jrhm ue ,* e a retreat. Co.. Lt d bred who w accom panied him to the A. Herbert thas resigned roo. the In Pacific
SA. _Savannah the night before told the Loard of Trinidad Lessehnlds,
Far. thsithe wkatotal of ,00ha 0 poibeen p of a struggle between him Limited, and from the Boards of ALLIED HEADQUARTERS.
i eevet hoae that r-d a man who had attempted to its associated Companies and In- SOUTHWEST PACIFIC. May
OiS Told Air Offensive ^ g -^thepun wii rswillonc e m told jheterard T rid
Temore molest her, teress," (Reuter's).-ln the Central Pecl- Just the .niig
with Ow N eramg n enthu- ,_,,_,go_........___ _there have been more Ameri-fo
C can air ttackli on the Ja en
sftnm rionsanu- bases in Truk, on Ponape6 th
BegunEuropean Invasion "- 4 I 0- T Ahb om DeveloingLaort.r. bases k n th aae
derlb Os -14W al renud wiPress C. Carolines and on the remaining
Club'! s Od-andal revue, which I.CJ 1 *' Devel onin L abor a bases In the Marshalls. Large
takes a the Emire theatre irs an d explosions ware started T A I
By RUSSELL LAND8TBOM on May 1i. A is Uattensde Is If4n the town ald dock areas, of
M y 6 b, given to the-Wei- coastal guns and anti-aircraft blt-
bombers already ha begun Fnvo ord. n ------ terlp wer i ith. e
*B be opened by the land operations, Brito wo n told o we A lnutlwittohoal laboratory for reearoh ln problem of nutrition in = j
i bmlb-battered Oermanas heard from Field Marshal Xrwin pr^oS, ahitsr ............ 4 the West IndUe fi g developed .t the Imperil Oolleoe of Tropl.
tt the nvasion"ttuat leclmed a*caniolet." kw. "g^^S' ltsrt i cal Agricuiture by Dr. John Duckwentln. the sw ealorteuer le te L II bly{
Cmnunl pictured oWr-- L *. reaW rntS kagal wuau 7 V. r .. t va.cwo. ,, du.e.. Mt.Fo Motion For Debate Sweet Potatoes
.iL" *'?1ta- fiE rSL~a V.oit.c liTOeiiw Agriculture following departure ot certain diseam to the* Jsevalene iieets at lM0pm. on Thursi. y,
ga'mto tw~ OW V B osetemtues r rn-ie es the 'ity Professor X. Barnlsetoo lPeru as of misiBtnlil on inertaingoups,9* Mr. W. Scott will ash i to approv .
'" B Ir. ....fn- .- "-- f"" ,U,-,S- to.,-.. As. 5'' v 3tes I g. A native of u Mancherts at On- o w) & rtttUa, agreeg con cltlme adlt e UyaIM blnd I- I OZ 1
rJS m.^ un" wat i of ini a 5ie&Y l~rf oweitoa e Km~ c~-r' N.gTansi Dr- D"ckwrth gautdat on. problems and *nMny.with from district societies with gepet xc
u m nw mun r .) .. . .ot amoun ..t ty wi tar c~e L^T p s. a. ta u rto Agricultu ri C o/le c sf the ors anl to ary, os th dI et a tars lw tl e .thod of dsutcn nl ta Ue1
BgaoBU lo ta a ( j ai o 'l *~ A B -. E OeIal ,,ewp bmi e Un w rt of Ton>Bo slid 5tbee" workerS 5 l d In heavy Inddu- pbs 01 so n t l o to te purpese ot .
8fMo. i O. gOiOTl lM eemem SL.S? KuaraB^s, Sr qmmtty *w a m~zreffb the facul- try. TtM iwp of tol wa* to lbly jtI
WU d Mite 5. 510. txo tem tapplied the wetk- ls propose (aj that Tnb K If Tin
:ema, OB BNr. zi& is.to hv.'t ftwn lM,' to leri T *. th t lifM- ilblkJ V P n^
0 tomal Prommhaern. 1 ltt h 1565 to 1548 be sit a meuom-pl
Ea i^L0"*weu>quM" t etUUh tTOrt thavset B Dcceu tui e aS SE be-*tw ot the Reweti Desemure loUn. -I 5150 had .5 MU'flIS te~ lU- a a*rplat Str-U I
b nvaaion o sum.,, b e tva, M. for transl- U S. Envoy To Soviet hu Aberdeen, a; ancL where be -itts of the d"ets ..mbr og ratfl.bu of toe)s
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whe noraUM*erl ___________ RU BUI a Home seach in animal and human mu- tai 01W sS oStteM.'' Dr. UU ea oalywfe;_________ ^S
ru g ut "t ne 5 0,000A A dv n ce W AB ftJ O rTO i. v I tAP .-- Wililo we. i ear mi n probem s Du ckw ii2b 'M n it ad dle, (bi tt-rt subsidy should be wuta p- e
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,115. I~E J~h85101. NSL Mr. Col~oel J. W. Roebfs'd, M.C., a1
apennde-od. 0.oM OM.t. : I..vtfeTiastaGreat War;
'htt coa4d M tA. A.sn 10 Je1and M .0. Macki, Rcruit-
s- tatemeDnt an ofo f 3- B-U e toUl t -l4, U: Mrs. and .t Oseli. t er IRn this drive winll be
(IONTINIO Pth M PAGE o fne-Ut Geaweslf stldy plasw fs: t-e Invad.. 810; Wand Co.. a detachment of motor cycle dee-
S ', t Leut.-U t. S.tt 8M: MM.~rlAoy s. Bo ,a *aadr U be Ms. 16 C l0; patch riderea.
ftklnoi ab Coventry, Ueud ineth Fa re; LUt Genatal Cart Spast. Cemmanir aunv a o Mrso. Modern equipment, such as are
sgetwal Archibald Mdward Nye, U.g. rtratifc air fre in Kmoe; aad Oeal Dwbt D. I*l*- R. AtetOB. : Alston a Co, now used a the various theatres
ee-Chef of the Imperial ewn- wer, oee r western Europe heatr AP pto), L. ; Mr. ade. A. H. of, the war, will be carried by the
p e ~ ':w, ~now usednioIn tevrostet


ta. told Britons: "we 100; tten, taops. In this respect lone,
sand on the threshold of a great ..sd~0-----------h; 3 gr nd Mr. a. J. drive should be an eye-opener o
t which w:ll call for a, ________.__.... ..._.. uT f Bumtt. Anmos, 1; tY- u W se0n of the public not
tmlcer ,V=O, wrof the exentoLL Cthe


oth and fortitude." Iadding that i Coon "'s 8we: rede0. a oiR aner
ever hardships we may have New Judge To Sit y II -Totl colony's preparedness for any war
-h"nal"rsutl Ine 1st -o TeoM tomorrow The troops will issemble at 2.45
Indoubt. We wIll give you the p.m. at Circular Ro ad and will
taIn a a1 identiy che1 J1Mrd. wusta e s Helllns sa t0oa nol u set msfee oStre et ..iet on Strh, Rful
SIrn rancee. parls radio said the newly appointed 3rd Puly- e T o . .T owi' route:-c-ircular Road, Cof-
if.to t at C oventir y h. k Judge will take his at ,n 11n IV non /44 $Nw HOU0e Pa street. ero. street, RUSh-
9I had round uc more than the Bend in A the ; rs .. .. sV- .OvvI ] ......a t f o north Street. Prince Albert Street,
.9000,0. Parisians tor ouesUtonns, Supreme Court tomorrow ."- Planning and HouasD Commis- Mucurapo Street. High Street,
ktain at east 00,000 for morning 30 o'clock wedding bells will eDOO rln taor long's 194t programme for Mor- Chancery Lane and Harris Prom-
af triodr" stand sending He will be formally wel. i esute JoEro p a" wranc. Allamby vant calls tor tihe construction of enade.
to concentration camps od b Bench and Bar. .t. rV.tgldd Mas lta ela; 44 more houses In addition to the The order of march Is as fol-
af North Afita. Alders --- ---- a g accoradint t a 48 already erected there, the lows eda te:-r no
e5lo watd ed t s ul ty Ykletgitry esterday O dn" wl no"red Two h espateoh riders, band ofhe
Gat everhard shipswImaihalsoeproposedotiteNavtOfficr-Z----rIade.the ,dt.oWireless an.dSieednalsf renc.
b p.o ne a ourndt medical Sr a 1w o i tiont P lc-up. Commando ecton,
in Th trOO wil Asse blelal3.4



rfalr toid lne ver of In0ls Lart Crow
Crowd .rt-0iLp4il, Ta, couti acting wsabee whicnhe isnoty Thein Machine Gun Secton, Infantry
doruebl.es that the O u tapo and new t.C.d Tohool p a Circular Road antwl
hy authontl "nd to de. By OLIVE PTTIN ANDRtW JADUNATH. bah.lor, Val bult at Morvant., is reported cap- Pin.. Acmo-Ack Gun and Team, Am-t
sFtraate of ieg In Marseidtlles" Unus l aonter a aroued ln.l. v., able of accommodating between ua nr, A-tection wn Ambulance-
i rs astateof dt InMarselles nusua Inteest ws aro ."d .,.\ .h ,i.A.t1.oK. li)'flter. 01 15, i;ois 400 and 500 pupils. Provision hasbu nescto wih A uac,
Sured the Parench patrol thla t thu-day by the song recital o ". n md for the Acan au- inanry Mechanised Trans-
.eNO Pallnesar,.eparations thpe m Co ua rton o. e laningmadeorte ncaAn om-lau-ann StreetHighdStree
ABerlin despatch to the Balrs Although well known tn l Trs A .ill.o. wn. r. i t. to r,&- thori t Ls also to erect a school in nort.
A peiriod s'thtand "seni H wl b fr lyLet J a enre ,Vthe lsttm ent
caticnal Zeitun c" ouo .e' f mill- i^mtns iro ugh hisI 44nowortehoul- AnTito.t thi th, o_ S oudrorer.. _tsetlma fl
:',5.iotl.1KCrarlotensizet.and Raval
3Otrv snokeisBan an saving t p paranrr'i at Ar. e- r.iti a,a. citygiorl >acc orngE toA4gal---- 1et te t
l,,,irsi Karl Toenlti. aa, n'.v. '" oconcet thi was the ..... 'e Trinidad To Have News Shorts
ib wrine offe Frive a g: a is rtistPstk the stege completely a i.,.gsstr-u,, S & Pcwadslly dnfret Faith ul Brothers of the Souls
*theootlto oIncite a praft heBaritoIJN AWErlwdbare listrt Isain Purgatory Juvenile Sport-
Atln^ ?'epra.rvtoat- "1^ 2 1 $t P^ stet51. A' Dls. Music Week c ad nul
k1re convoys, escrvs a h'a-! From t lnn g to end 'he recitals 3 0 ,t te cI, Inofandofd24 Andwo. iru; D eIrk in, P Club will hold their first annual
a 'n forces rlnot l btig trif:rlEr If began w(hen RBCnT CARRINOTON. bachelor. Plans to celebrate Music Week concert in aid of the exhibition
o The Giel mat were tapo a new ticket holders ab an early hour nt g Piott Piaee. rnd MLICn t
teapo hrsintg e d to were forced to exert pressure to ITNLSMAQ DU, pincer, maid. S act t here, as has been done n the fund at St. John's Hall, Pembroke
' -pt-.ta.rk wan u n ag. h their matc.an em.n hun- r nw, United States during the list 21 Street, at 8 p.m. on Friday, May 12.
.Stlc urole~tlles e capable ot nifcc- read, their seat, and many hun- JIOME ALt ED bachelor. liiourr. years, have been made by Miss --
* ltre ....s i ....e lles" ,"t 7 h. rdot U & ,re t v. n j tl a ab lenof accShme.heamoa istress of OFFCERS ELECTED
h St~olest ta would be nuisuaere t. re away aos e drrnto' osicerti anw ith -Amula
a pl- ]Frhtis pholeheartaed uppor' of a i foat1c Dolrvsn4. an dn 5ulta sl. ha istresae Trinidad e cand Tobgo Union of
==-t -- ..~ llocal artist waG a pleasing erature Jcoi oAWRANC A.AMnY. hechlor3 h0 wo a reGeive a- Friendly Societes Audrs h
0.e all OWYand mor coaidratonlun n mnst .6 of cil' rEEN, st~hlree st.n en m d o h ntia u
r t M a o t> tt tthe nia a it one, cou Aldi et"W. s treet, ,ia-* SIK16NN " thri -alo to er ie tte& sco l n dport. orb nuigya




1JuI1 Term Marks haty wiah of foe llows I a. taa sad sWt a s: Mr. E. w. Dougpa, -
A Berlin p U&fto te, ans more u ohwtell on omm an mTri ,oi 4 MyTf Baster 0 President Pranl68O Dk Reosevelt ts sident: Mr, 0. H. Morris, viee-pre-
*atsul !audience which not only crashed ,,AL ANDER HC'TOR. hltl chairman. sident: Mr. A. E. James. secre.u"y,
i3thn s onvlCon the ate, but completely ruinaid .,..ree ERiTA GARoDI-. MUtic Week t.hls year starts to- and Mr. E. McComie, treasurer.
.t Co nv to na hi esprco me t i nlr do testo duties OB r day and in celebration of Its coRn-
F M1ich1ne o Peltt. coivcted 21 However,s this setback enabled A.ISARA4 RAC)OONAN tchlor ing of age, the U.S. Committee., Iw ITALIANS KILLED
%wen le i tafert of S9 Predertlk Street. sn whose membership includes Rex
times for dsciderly b.havaour, to admire the .her forcefulness of PORA stn .ir d',mtlc dc'tes, of 2 ford Tu.well, Governor or LONDON, May 6 (AP>,--The
sh n sead hi 30th conviction by a a personality which culd proceed redrFk Siulreo r oS
k3.ff'day prison sentence yesterday. unperturbed against great odds, Cl tN Tfl. AUGI .' TU5 PAWI baelor Puerto Rico, is taking an interest SWISS radio, quoting a Stefani re-
Aa ic a e adfroma df 4 rthg Road and Polrte r n music affairs In tee Caribbean port. said that Alll-d air attacks on
F eo H;t Hudsan e ixtp-e barorister-adiench int wo aoetr n n ri; .O 'p""er leamnIrse, of 4. and the Latin-Americas. Keynote the Fascist Italian territory during
h D r. maes who to d thI msgI s tr- wa d riall i enjoyilng the opportunity crc..t 1 a thi yePans 'stR cel ebratehnM s U Arl k d 1icWeek h -
*tra- that he could not hulp t ak- of delgrting sdo many people. i>Ks, o. r m altcloni hebachlor. nu Ma Bn iah u r ee of t ol e s o intic- tS..e she
ric. tt tuat Stept, nd MONICA has recived.dMis
wn tl or urgo d nlenn'p on, hi The program" me, s elected in true U ne spinster, stnotaaeps r o d- notenS a ble tor ang he elst af
wn behalf promising to refrain John McOrmaci style, to appeal d, s. cr. programme, but s.he plans to have I
Thiswholht~red sppor of at RIINE Jr wOw. bdohestirchueur t of symphonicrroidad anndTuesdgy




from rtnkn In future and t to the m s. WS undoubtedly 21Charlott. tret, rii rALD I eda
tocal 81a 17'w .1 whaWt has adienew a nste Jd OHNeLx- sp-.t housekper c,, 3P i n83nce a topic bals.aby herself entItled u fc^. l-^ ud i lh
SObserving that he wa always peted. aome of t's with a wier JOSEPH TtOPHiLoUs OREENr. hr. "The coming of age of Music trC ly
nwhfht prtme s whi'h he never experience of tastrs abroad were VSE RRAT i WAI,"a rpel, d1 nht1 C at tofc Wocd es ollows It I h
nIkisr Tamr ot35 dutrPLae.sidet Week kin a .bR ooadcas t isn W ednes-,0.H oriviep




5,th magnstrate told him that esry that he had not Included a 28e,4ET ", R. 7Mui0 o'clock nd a Tour liver i. the lar..t and ose t tmo.
t would have to go to Jail. e stne munbr n rele the o o S "Tranquility" programme to close nt oran in your t cla
RER IfK HILL. bachelor, @055 sdie s f
unadulterated swetness of popular MK V "nbOw i and MARY CRAb), spin- the weeli's celebrations. and puriflie your blood and helpS dgSost
'a u ? , .' hi s fr twi A' r "' s treemto, of a no wn strt y'our food. But If your iver Is tired and
'''P-.-.SJ,;! Crtt~l-- songs, and to Show proof ofd tpr ALUSTER WILLIAMII .Stalor. ear-.--- o ---Js o il ufrfo otplm
T m Shlr ,.t. ...p .,. LIpe~g W 5 LIaM'.entle R tar, ear 'H[IN = is,, yo will suffer from cons1tipation.
i" 1nid Scholar musical Study and Scholatrsbhip. etle u rr of Lnntllo R er. ,nd aWgN- breU he.daches, d pioonr. IndiaetiOS.
s wer ell too much t|ke to spav insT.R *2'er. mamStree. 8f 17 SHIPPING ATTACKe D lB e, bda reth, npod aeltiot.
t o Brodcast a lksirle the sliget a chance to e .'.w CAoTI.O. bcr. L cOnsNDON.f ee t Reuters)- oe
w aiwhichhi SylY, n ou there wae grave F ,o0o '>, "t O 2 sohurdr (>ret .no -- .----. ., . .-- the0. trotGle euifklON, y *r tolP.-yo-T
. pontinusng the series of radio dauner of monotony. td s A CODNA. IpilliTer, cashierbh. Per to CaaCommnds t eaufkghters -elth S use-srioqeu,_thndgaScoverIref
1 .. "4 ..R. mn sir R, a msde another attack on enemy an American phylrIn. Hi ita lis
Sbroadcast talks aimed at provid- wAll's ici wa dellghtfully clear, oeh.td shipping off the Norwegian coast rIal tonic to your livet and i ateUir
* .j a batter understand of the his dititon was beyond critlcis. IN N AFENRNANDO Iaamtte o-nht. f..maged. am, and Is guaranteed to maIke you fel
* laianids of the carlbbean, be. 34o his breathing: and phrasing tnt- wil t '* The c'ms Onmed> youngr, strosse an4 heeltbier o
SWillamso, Tnlidad-born Nisat oured, end ha hss im l the aho followiBn weddle ingw take merc .tveese. vel. uOene mCoueMae.t Ha f etea ern
; Professor of the Social Sciences at ability to sIng in foreign languaea In and around n Feraando Beauflghter s missng. Ch.most today.
SHoward University, and reoently co..lncingly and happily.i-.is of taot? t ef l5 Wa.mns --t-----o ta mot-uiylrde5
, S~ppolnt~l *eeretarr Of the Agi ....... wn ....o trsoMlM 2L S5-?Tseo----
;, fl unur Ommltteo of the Oaib i ttw diewr~ e* nfti'sa. "A^'o&SfAS2 nitar --*o ... .. .
Rlean Research Council. will speak As bc ipaiit, Mr. J. Donald *fNE Coffee MILSOet. spins .ter enIIIs*
to listeners every Friday evaninI Oreveis supported theo artist ,whs.h |E. ist a nresr th pa to f I~
ofatoee4alh e te tRhw. adBs. sierf.ng UphN ihi
at 6.18 o'clock from Washlnton on great delicacyt and understanding. o.pe lTmM t cNTn.I achelt-er
o T. Caribbean i World Hte- although at Umes one frlt *hat the Ss" MAKARA.. e.he,,. ,l4d. .l
t o r. tone of the piano itself was not p a.rto. d A s.eneciewsh, a eSh ii
STe series which stare lat ri. su Wf l eeueep to i ve the eIIs- IL PER l... il lll--fsa-tben beI I1f
Sday is on the Wrest Indian rdit o aatyin b -orackgro d M. Mc.aonald eIof B utt r stpeet a AM OSESs ls hI
fo ziewspi. iner tureanmme brotdse-t C aroenter as usual deUohted his utInJ. of H a Orthoue. foIs og.r eniri
; daly~ over WRI3L (11.73 msm-&tl5 wits hi VIoln plaing. i AM E." e rvo SI S i
Scycles and wEUW (15 o. mga odwse go to Mr Al f .or ,t I Sa,,huis SIre .l---.tI5 IEU I IH I
rovesr. in lis musical aeerw. lfjbtedl n2N1 KAiDRU7vosotreet ,d .514 H3B
Sh---adec--w ,ntdasuess of this kind should tlm- sinose ofr Lower M inuet treett, Q tl b hel smi
mildn lV iowi'hnvrA A DArltce of nite Triniadad woto eato noon Ti rse inter, .- Iso I -- .aB
~UWeek-end Beef too in its Plereomet os Rskh
SArrival on Friday of a small tUAR3 i t ITheh ANoAN attl "* Left Of so an n l t t an
s hipment of 180 head of beef-tiPa n
steers from VeneHuela assures eity R A .YORt. Mr (APrI -Tw ARTA SAA MEET I gi elp
market goera of a normal supply mi eartqu shoe probal The regular monthly meUinc t of m m Zftr ii
S ir thie week-end, an abattoir occuring in th Caribbean or Me.- the AryaPratntinl Sabhad *, .,i. __ insIisi
official told the "Sunday Guardian" wn woded last night by the (dad YRnc.s taml Sofa at I Ipu l'- Io L
yestterday. For Unversiomplexion. Ste.taredtnne ooar
S norma meat supply dslgurrin .. i __' 8t ll in i i ."6", -. W t
dneis week, It is stated, cannot be t -I l--fi
uaranteed, however, as tahe are o h ifD l IvlEt
ow no reserve cattle. b v O #Ie u

j Iipway To Finish 3b glW u ac ro 8 msg Lfe tdy
Ahead Of Schedule i a ca h iyW 40 e ito I (i s 'e

t udI r oua da -uI ( o U ^/ i c f IIe e m e f Ls~ S W^ M g w ^ s S a

Je-b-.-Sd EMPIRE DAY
ol ne f ln coastal *>aM-s
*t ve 1o Iewh0 to be AJ

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--yehiceL At pre-
he of whieh
while the
'h eoans hio been
600 to about
Iifp classofloatfon
at the number of
I of service in the
Uba was 15, of a to-
that there are only
locomotives today.
0& all. Locomotives
)0 the time of the
ofe tovdly in need of
WeUl on the way to
Wey had to be taken
jhops as soon as It
attend to them.


wt for paseng(
Sthat punctuality ha
From approximate
in July. 1942 t
Sent to date. 1
Saliway we oparat
ld trains per weel
this year trere wet
trains weekly. Thi
mty freight train
S 5 figures n re, N
l bad last week th
Ejedian" camerama
ftd aoesltit to to
I* about one andj
oe fur ourelve
Shas been dao
e. We were sfoe
with us members
Including Mr. A. N
smany years a ril
ho featid ot Si
odmii ror to -th
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ffi good work finor hr

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Yi e Barlts ano.dMCa
04tn~ botntom It w
#It fliers aesme tror
Ift hbadtoble that t
llis workh tone nuo

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Oh theyeare aco.nnete
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S To correct thi two small tanbs which work was being done. It walggens its the T.G.R. station
wr were cted on ai high platform so was therefore decided to have the yarg bottom) At headqartem
Port-of-Spain, showing enl-
Sthat when they arm filed ofl from men working day and night to get dene of the exoenve ea-up
1 them can flow, always by gravity, out the vehicles that were needed. eampsn which the railway
Into the locomotives in a very short Improvements to step up the Co-ardmBath and the Railt
Time. Pumping is now done into work Included replacements of an way Advisory Board have pur-
tee smaller tanks when the loco- old diesel type engine used for drlv- sued side by aide with the Job
motives are not waiting, at any ing the wood-work machinery, they have jut completed of
elvenient time, and the large one which worked spasmodically, by a rehabilttaint the railway. At
9i abe- emptied and eaned at In- 20 h.p. electric motor, riding the top left Is the "Lady Clifford"
I thrv ass. shop of congestion, and establish- one of the recently recondi.
n the assembly shop where en- Ing sub-stores which resulted in toned engines being refuelled
gi Ies are put together and boilers saving much valuable time as it is from one of the new time-
ftted, one engine, now being re- no longer necessary to send to gen- saving fuel tanks. At top right
built, Is expected to be on the oral stores for material, etc. which a local welder, one eof many
tracks within a week and another, could be kept In the sub-stores, who have helped to put the
Salso being rebuilt, Is expected to The needs of the men have ,tlso railway bak on its legs, Is seen
be running again before another not been overlooked and first- recondltUonin a waggoan wheel.
Sthree weeks. New addition to the class toilet facilities now exist; a War has madeit necessary for
locomotive workshop l an electri- fine two storey building where the the railway to recover from
drivla~egeainjmachnein-salvage as many wheels and
really driven deucaling machine, in- men can have their breakfast and stherale s sanp ible. Work-
Stemally manufactured, which will hold clubmeetings and which will right round the clck to
Sonsideratly cut down the time house lilbry ead recreational keep the railway engineS, in
Stake to clean boiler tubes when it rooms, Is now being completed. oetant rve, T. engtn-
e It p.ut. into .' etin. it Is ex-cosateri, .R ug-
o at= &iione tuben- M VING ZFFI= Cr peering employees have received
* M-one elhigh prsle frem RnaI Co-or.
I bout 1 minutes or lees. There Aa regards the freight ide of the disnat' Leleh.
a to 1no comparison between railway, the goods is now being the comparatively short Ume that
eleafm of tubes by this ma- handled with much more despal*h. the Board has been shaping Its des-
it Bad the long drawn-out oro- ocme freight trains run at night tin Boand hit is difficult to throw-
eese of chippw the tube with a s that the time required for a one's mind ck to whatconditions
i ece of iron, which has now been freight train to reach It d s- tse were like. But t will be -
tion has been greatly reduced as it called that It was on its last legs
WorSHOF CHANGES is not subject to the 4nevitable with no Sundayatraffic another
X traffic delays encountered by run- restriction to conserve rolling
* ) shop has been divided into aning during the day stock.
We and s aged diesel engine Te new telephone system 1 in It is therefore unmistakably clear
Sw supplied energy ha. been roe of election and it ex- that if the Board, after the take-
Sreplaced by three 0 hp. electric pete d that on completion it will over had not taken immediate steps
* motors, one of which drives the a testch of trains an to ensure that the rolling stock and
1 compressor, supplying air through- allow better control of the railway. locomotives were put back into
Z out the shop. Each of the other two No stone, in fact, has been left service as promptly as possible, it
1 serves halt of the shopunturned in the effort to imporve would have been impossible for the
F that at no time will thereby the efficiency of the railway. Stt ral y to meet the ring demands
Complete stoppage of work. Intro- dard stn and Inspection proce- In plotenger and freight traffic due
m duction of these motors speed- dure derived from the requirements t a number of things Including
e ed up the various shafts, making of the Inter-State Commerce Com- oning and reduction of the Co
t the machines run faster resulting mission in the United 8t ites, which only's tyre quota.
in more work being obtained from are designed to ensure that only In answer to a question t
them. They also result in a more locomotives in safe operating con- "Guardian" reporter was told that
reliable and economical drive. edition will go out qn the tracks, the men worked very well under
ile worksha p like the garage, hall been installed and It is stated proper supervision and instruction
4 This also been sp, like the gdeparage, t-it this has been instrumental as could be seen in therailway'
Smenthas aftlsoer been split into depart- bringin- to lght the need for nu- achievements since the take-over.
Omerits, after being rid of conges- erIgI i
d tion, to guarantee a steady and ra- Merous small -.e.irs that were The men, it was stated, seemed
ipid flow c! v k. Here, importanteasly made at the time but would happy underthe present admints-
s rts are made, including engine have been very troublesome if de- tratlon, as general working condl-
e parts which would possibly take y tions had been improved and an
4 about a year to arrive from Cana- TRANSFORMATION effort had been made to give de-
S"da or elsewhere, served promotion to those deserv-
, Quite a lot of work Is being done Approximately 80,000 cubic 39,rds ing It. Asked If he thought the
SIn the car and waggon Shop where of ballast have been laid during railway would s'.iy on Its legs after
W general repair work and painting the past eight months and sleepers his departure, Colonel Lellch stated
[Is carried out. There were so many are now being replaced at a rte tsin that It depended on the human ele-
cas and waggons out of order at excess of 700 per week. This pro- ment, and he continued: "You have
. the time of the bike-over that It gramme Is designed to bring the good ralwaymen here, good me-
t was considered lr.posesible to reha- condition of the rail track up to chanlcs who are doing a good Job.
n bilitate t e railway unless there the minimum standard for safe I am very glad to have had the
t were enough vehicles to 1old the operation, opportunity to work with them. I
a freight and passenger traffic, tak-) The rnllway has undergone an --
Ing Into consdderalton the rate at' almost complete transformation in (Continued In next Celuamn)


GULSHAN BAIIAIAR


hr-tal StagePlay, frguled I aid of "INDIA FAMINE RELIEF FUND"
C Statomeut aewlg a TaILhag, Expemw m=d Nett Resits.
T RATAIFT PATN r_ _
GTHEATR ate Pamine Total -N
,Receipts c M_ T nlless Artistl Muueln TrasIport Amputiw Th tr "Total surplus
CWN+er Tg1?an Arti-ta" Nu.065nsT pmt a
^'''!- i-1 -- II joor 1oo j m "'^^ T*^ u--- -1
Us 9ra.Io10 S Sa6051 Di.$30.70Free1do ... 40.00 m M 46L
a Jam, e.s a 6.00 687. 5 1.0M 3 570 B00' 25600 Fre 1M 53
oa1tre, Saa J euan .. 711.0 87131 76691 9I.M 10.70 5.00 25.00 iOO r.e L 416JT
. 0orl1 ,beatre. Potat Ford .... 364.50 412 402S16 9. 20.70 26.00 --- 3ree 1456 M 62
168.00 6OH 225.34 97.66 30.70 20.00 -- Free 145.1 76.69
Tha~tre. bil 27.1 20.4 99.11 30.70l 25o.00 -- -- Free I I sz 516
Theater. .U I 61.U 715.75 l1.11 31.70 10.00 o 0.00 Fee 1751 1 U9.
Ed #f t 179.26 27.110aL43 9M.11/ TO7 25.00 ---- IFM I4.81 SL
.tr, tI ea 221. 520 B3s 25.14 I -11 0.70 25.0, M0.06 re 1.M. .m
_YhI, 114g, I I348.71 3 SL30 237. 9.11. .r l O 12.00 -- Free J im3lr 4.
W~iB'm iaato i 2B0 IOAB7 3259.3 9-.11 $12 25.00 F m 1B0
m.8. A17 368.74 2-99.11 J1.20 2.00 - Fee 1 1.1 0s4ol
Bg e ThTtro. Chaguaas -- .33.L72 L2.7 438.l 9.11 1.30 1.00 -- Free 14.31 37.
-Thea PiMc Town 217. 4.76 51B=0 3911] 1a. m -- 51.17 2l043 81,
7tr%(:OBs~ar* =gg .: (mem 29. g5.1 2".~r .d 51.7

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'herneee wt be a l mee" n--
for May 11

Mo 'eDck a n t.eqaufevng a




tim Oo Brigadi cal omear J.
T =016, %Ilden


w=l MeAdeYO11. =1os il
id'h ev anbe 8014. Uande
Fss be denve inmAU
juvenies m.willas .e
The will be a DUIMSo moe-
ft mothers ad the aik Csu-
dthate leoa rnthe mevren aibt
aen the otev. rsbj rsave-
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dthey have learnd morem atim
*~ ~ th dutiese and repect t b littw
vesen sima yothero d.red


ObIct of seiu ne the eeflMoV
a not only ofba monetary one.
drnhv land ureh&W


but also to enable each p
to have an emblem in l"""nur of
amothes.
Small Traders Seek

Even Distribution

(Folowin g their recent euccese
in getting the Control Board to
othat importars should bre-.
nired to dispose of 15 Per cent of
their goods at wholesle rate, al
traders are reported to be an-
xtiOn to ensure that there is
t avpopanermbleaamo ng -Oretalf





wholesale trade.
View expreued IS that there I
nothing now te prevent an importer
Ptispospos of his entire I5 per ent
to one retailer.
he godsA lln octd fo


Puts Man In Jail
sunday Gdtisan Cerreependqt
SAN FERNANDO. May 6.-Re-
senting Investigations by Police
Constable Arthur of a report made
against one of them, three Clax-
ton Bay men not only abused, but
chased and stoned the policeman,
Mr. P. J. Camacho, Magistrate,
was told in the Magistrate's Court
here today.
Accused as being two of the
parties to the outrage, Sonny
John and Poonwah were sentenced
to 18 months' imprisonment each
on conviction for stone-throwing.
disorderly behaviour, and as-
saulting the police.
The magistrate told them stone
throwing was far too prevalent
and he was out to stop it. ,

(Continued from previous Column)
wish (hem the beut of luck and4
cannot see any reason why thW
should not be able to carry on.
They just btve to keep pubilg
on.'"
Colonel Lelich went on to say
that the Colony needed a cc
service and if the men kept on
working It would get it,


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INTERCOLONIAL

CYCLE & ATHLETIC

SPORTS



PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME

FIRST DAY (20th May)


No.
1.
2.
3.
4.

105.
I.
12.
8.
9,
10.
11.
12.
11.
14.
15.
1.
is.


Tim Event
110 One Mile Cycle Race (Novices)
1.45 100 larda Flat (Open). (Heat"'
2.00 One MUile Cycle Rae "" Class
2.15 Long Jump
2J0 One Mile Cycle Race (Intercolonial)
2.45 440 Yards Flat (Open). (Heath)
3.00 One Mile Cycle Race (Intermediate)
3.11 Two Mile Walking Race
.30 Ore Mile Cycle Race "A" Class
345 100 Yards Flat Race (Open). Final
4.00 Three Mile Cycle Race (Intercolonial)
4.1t Three Mile lMat Race (Open)
4.10 ve Mile Cycle Race "B" Class and Intermediate.
4.45 Ya Fat Race (Intercolonial)
5.00 Three Mae Cycle Race "A" Class
5.15 M Yards Mat Race (Invitation)
SJO lve Mile Cycle Race (IOtaeolonlal)


SECOND DAY (24th May-Empire Day)
Ne. Time svat
18. 1 0230 Yard Flat Rae (Open). Hets)
1. 1.4 ON Mie Oyle Raf e (Da3n 14 and under)
20. 2.6 Two Mie C Rleaf -1 CM
21. LI3 Two Mile 9rle Rae ntIlroolonlal)
22. 3e 440 Yards A (Open)
28. 24 ThreseMle Oy e Rae (Intumediae)
24. 1J. 440 YaWS 16t aRPN (I(tWAMoluial)
2. 3.1i One Mb aidse RM *A sM
3". J 330 i=Yards lW RM I 27. 1.4 Half-Mle Oa ION (lteioal)
3. 4M 100 Yards at A (nterolmoni)al
0. 445 e fit o y*-to "W lef and Intermediate
30. 9 OAu Moi (Open)
II. 4.45 Ive Mieo I W"Cas
LOS.a s Taf f t **M IJ l.
RUMedam alow a~fy. WWI W-. sad frneaniB bo wboem
N Reswtag v will bn del
74 iiumwgac .iemiit p91bleare
Tliiiiiiu -tt T~ddrfnctdn ON1 pbe Made
e *fta1.Mors to P- .qet~ an oe 401.~ ~ ea


New arrivals in our

Kiddies" Dept....


0 PYJAMAS


* SHEETS and PILLOW CASES


* PLAY SUITS

* BOYS' SUITS

* RUBBER SHEETS

* HANDKERCHIEFS


eanIg up Nighis

Makes HemN Old

51o T'e ains, nrvumee.. weka.
ai a et e of riou ar aa e34b
cl of HPr te Ued (a mst
Important l lani mIen). To hrtp over-
.or. UMW troub,. i a (ew Bonn *nj
%ulckly ro vo Our* IaL ,,taJ
tnew act disOTey a"Ul
geo*. No nmtter how you hay, uf -
tered. Regent I guaranteed to help you
snd male yo el yers younger or
money ok. 0et Rogene from yow
ehtm The Irante protect you.


FURNITURE SALE
Io, Sixth Street,
Seventh Avowe,
SA3.TARIA
.aturday 13th May
1944,
Zntud by MBl 3. liart we
wttt il all her Alesl uspa mao
6mail la a UKs s
KInama g TMa-




WWack
stand, TOMlet ffn3. *GPM@ A,
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Oval DbuftIM 1mu Owi
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anru a^iUm "^ t*-- li
OMMIL ^^t^|i^^f


LEITH GUEST HO'sI

with rnnmtIng wateW.
lU sea Bathing -N the Um s
Fw Re'ervatlone wr1ite-
Ma. C. 893oTTh

Let us fill yOr

SCHOOL
Requisites
for you

MUIR MARSHALL
& CO.
64 Mfte Seu* TVeW M


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INTEREST U.
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SS 8eet Deet Offer.
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II ehctmMity Projet
i ionPft tA week that the TraUto
2t CdMty Boam pwr d tU .
6if MaSt A i' to Sped betwm
j~pm OWipouOOan nw phant
M equilat ithe e s land electriht
on te was a wdI o sIgn. true. that
t boardIs s nt letting the graM grow
ir tUs l at. dhie eOoernynt was
IUpIy influenced in deciding to embark
S thschiem by the need to place orders
0h to avoid W prolonged post-war delay,
Wm the Colona Secretary Informed the
CtS Counci at the end of February that
Qi Legislature would shortly be ap-
hVut on the question. Iti to to be
onpedthat the City Council will act with
itar despatch and decide early what
corn it will adopt in regard to the disn
tributlon of electricity in Port-of-Spain.
which It is empowered to take over now
that the island scheme ha been decided.
We have already suggested that the
bt results in co-ordination and economy
Wi be achieved by giving control of all
torybutron as well as generation to the
Octricity Commission which Is to re-
AAAd the T.E.B., and we hope the City
Uil will agree to waive Its rights In
irum ftor representation on the new
tody. It Is. however, a long Yay from
tonember, 1933, when Major Hendrson
htdertook his survey for the Government
f the possibility of establishing an elec-
ttleity grid scheme in Trinidad. New
actron have arisen which may require
change or modification of the original
pOrarnme. The demand for energy to-
day probably exceeds anything envisaged
to years ago, and is likely to develop
more rapidly in the near future; and this
may not only require expansion of pro-
jected plant capacity but the introduc-
t on, In some case. of new methods. To
gte e Instance not without significance
In the longer view, though of more local
than Colony importance at thi moment,
W ourselves supported thp Introduction
Of trolleybuses in Port-of-Spain on the
aMumption that the heavy capital cost
Wsrld be justified by their consumption
6f IMlb current in the daytime. Preent
tans suggest a need to revise this view,
006 than PrSle t-hf-SVa *& wo
lOe in what are considered the off-peak
periods may before long be absorbWd with-
out the help of the trolleybus system to
bring down unit costs. This may or may
not be a justifiable assumption, but it does
Indicate the need to review fully the
whole field before final decisions are made
-not about carrying out an Island
fcheme, of course, on which everyone is
agreed, but about the dispositions to be
made in connection with the scheme.
There can be little doubt that if a
Colony electrical project wme being
started from scratch today, the location
of the main power statloa in the South
rather than In Port-of-8pain would have
to be seriously considered, In order to
take advantage of the cheap supply of
natural gas from the oilfields as fuel for
the generating plant. While Major Hen-
dwron was undoubtedly aware of this, the
circumstance should be anotherr warning
Of the need to review the present position
carefully In the light of changing condi-
tions and prospects. An economic survey
should be undertaken to determine the
influence of the new factors on old plans,
anid the adjustments required to put tw


'GENASPUrN'
--the SAFE bmadof JS^

relief of

ache, rbhuammd
and all nem painsm
Kgb quiy-


'GENOZO' Tooth Paste
inwbhs, baiday teU*. ThesIeclal
baciarW ennaislmascuined


OCTSIWBBI96 low
mid- *hf -aca antieepals
AwMadsd by (ame, o6
em~yusinal~Meaf (
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GORDON, GRANT
Oho Lki
a -


SPr.4uavuIsfrSBiti
Thade luto *FWth Week
a ,~a -a ,ucp .he h .p MW '

0t tfMit t d of w, iW

agamj Hitters, suroe" wh"c, ho Mow
miand tt tvwey-thWrdo DNA*MB6 out
the wafbarnn togim I* to MW gn~rtas
our abrcaf would be attAd*kn 1 'OuSt h
clock. l The tMgth of the air f meA--nt
out cWnhued to Incmas, aln the
weight of bombs dropup and the number
of targets attacked stmultmMoudy. Dur-
big the week ua lR t war in note
was, however, sound by Allied air war-
fare experts that too great Importance
should not be attached to the tonnage of
bombs used. A more reliable index was
the effect of the bombs on vital targets,
though circumstances made this difficult
to ascertain.
The air offensive is clearly the pre-
lude to invasion. First, the coastal de-
fences which the enemy claimed to be a
great secret were raked continuously
with tonloads of explosives. Then the rail
communications of the invasion coast
were ripped up by bombs .along a great
depth to hinder the movement of enemy
troops and supplies. Now attention is be-
ing given to the enemy's airfields, supply
dumps, and other primary installations
in the same region. The Germans, mean-
time, continue to be on tenterhooks, but
all Dr. Goebbels can promise them is that
the bombing of the Allied air forces can-
not knock out the Luftwaffe or Hitler's
anti-invasion defences, and that they can
take comfort in the exist-ence of "a host
of unknown preparations" beh-nd the
West Wall.
The lull continued on the eastern
front last week despite repeated German
and satellite reports of Russian action in
various sectors, and particularly in the
neighbourhood of lasi in Rumania. The
Russian communiques spoke of German
thrusts repulsed with severe losses and of
heavy raids on German bases, notably on
Lwow. Nevertheless the comparative
quiet appears to be a time of preparation
for the Red Army's part in the combined
blows from east and west which, accord-
ing to Moscow radio, are about to be de-
, .. AM the U igPS indicate that Iti
S 'b e long before the storm
breaks.
In Italy there was little land action.
but the air forces were active, striking At
the enemy's communications in order to
Isolate their armies before large scale
activity is renewed after the long respite.
In Yugoslavia. Marshal Tito's Partisans
again reported progress. From the success
which they have achieved there is every
reason to expect that they will win great-
er victories when the Wehrmacht begins
to feel the strain of attacks delivered from
east, west, and south.
The Allied position In Burma was
much Improved at the end of the week,
while in the South Pacific gains were made
In New Guinea, and powerful Allied naval
and air forces struck mightily at Truk,
Ponape, and other neighboring Japanese
bases without encountering enemy op-
position.
In the diplomatic field the agreement
with Spain by which Franco cuts down
the supply of wolfram to Hitler consti-
tuted a partial victory which Is to be foIl-
lowed by efforts to get Portugal, an ally
of Britain, to do likewise.


sanim. With t
iPoles F"m Lettn:
A. R. L. DONAWA (ort-et
Opain). With t h= b inatuua
as It Is I warw would Ie
CkffilonHntle poidla U an
n were to mk uout in tl
auv Wbesr wold the doctors
00 who sleep under other

Wbee Pteqetesrun"am I
tha Dry U aw I 40 toh the h I
iKl UW L inl~ ^MRt BuseeqI
tom i tfti tafat o aso
h laMth jolw
be gleanlm* tow e"


COUTY OF7 CA~M


"b*hf_&__jft OPOW_ Gtfl^J^A^KJ
"We= eat W.


0aoem X"pie -
ORtmymIm cf tm I


fta.-6se muf r.O

S a atmew zbt sr fo r


we good n~a mW*W1k -us"1
'SS~n'fflf vei '*fbow"Ibeff


Iaeo l i \ a-

Hntaed am o ta hi m bdue eab






Govarnm th at - -atbeoCuW
S5St^o Mhool lor *Ohto ben





g tou cmin at 114b U0
whot eblate I hte inedos, tar
one ra ntie wto Sb wtha Sm









to there our to ubmW i s, han
fo uds tot wrkt mre W that





cotr of schtools or"tor o llh,-I
biug." Mtran i mg .
Be then oiu wl to d fesu rl tthe
Imaginary -taj "rewstuttehlYr





waod tl-hencap5l atod oter o nthe
hem o uiiest oIioni wa' h
Mazeage o turlw y tork to seethe n-






His fifth I feedomb fprom hum-
euMaion tt thovuant of ctuath-l
ped seole whe lthert mhavno atd






humbu orfwhostortidrn onever hich
wsoepe to eiareatr yingtofe tthen-






the doors of the schools h over we
found no evidence anyrmure that
Government t laking aheolute






cotrohey are protestinol o certainly tool-






much.
I PARENT,
Port-of-Spailn.







Educate Backward Youth
Mr.The Editor, 8 ty GIu dekin
At present a "ft number of de-o
ene raIs entitled to preMe their time
cenupport the appicism of prorevthe
other four to us In Trinidad, and







Is easer to worderk to discourage thio.
aie. It seems essential that an at-







tractive system of education by
bug." Many ofthoue radio, cinemathcnd








illustrative lectures should be
mmparentdiat would welcomduc ti for them.








so that adult deficiency may be
correcteul d from the roots.
humbug of distortion on which








Tsome people appre tryicang to teed them,
but fror the humbug of proffered
Sbleadership in this matter of schools
educational we should be no bythUd-
rnn or whominimise children eneved fr darkeni-








tional courts and prism measures.
bythe dooragin of the chool unfortunatelc









types to become progressive; for
they are proteting certainly tooary
muchools with n.u t ba.
groundPARENT.









VILLAGEIL
Port-of-Spain
Educate Backward Youth


















Order Forsakes Laventilie
The Editor, "Sunday Guardian*









Is the last growing village of
At prellent a vaprest number of de-
generate youth spend their time









orn gangy body ot.e gambong, lAsar-
claw and c order are concerned dove
thdeas village come under thge mr-city'
are. It seems eIt doesn'tal that seeman at-o.









Despte its increase in populs-
tractive system of education aby
mdutans of the radio, cinema, andexcept
Illustrativone nlectures should beo at nights who
quImmed incapable of copin withthem.
unrulso that adult defwhich gather almostay be










everywhere.
corrected from the root.he armed
Thforces and perhapplicants chieflyto the
ewM adult eia- eu ootltute U
pn mytypen. Ut we are li
at Pbeteehr cmueyUf ho









education, we should begin themby try-
in to minimtise the need for addrespectable
tional courts and prison measures.,
by encouraging the unfortunate
types to become progressive; for
they probably left the elementary
schools with lflsufficlent back-
ground&
VILLAGER.
Port-of-Spain.

Order Forsakes Loventille
The Editor, lSuniay Guardian'
Is the last growing village of
Laventille represented by any one,
or any body ofjpersona? As far as
law and order are concerned, does
this villaI come under the city'S
iesponaib lty It doesn't seem ma.
Despite Its Increase In popula-
tion!I never see policemen an
duty on the Main Road, except
a lone onle or so at nights who Is
quite incapable of coping with the
unruly mobs which gather almost
everywhere.
Due to the influx of the armed
forces and perhaps chiefly to the
strict rules Imposed on them with-
in the city It is unfit for respectable


In the Early Days
Earlier queens had had a more
mixed reception than the girl, just
of age, who inS 1837 began the loa-
e* reign in English history. Of
Matilda, all we remember is that
she had to escape from Oxford
Castle In a white robe to camou-
flage her against the snow. There
is not much else to know about her
as she was a queen claimant, not a
queen regnant.
And the next Queen, Mary I. Is
much better known as "Bloody
Mary than by her formal style.
She was in her own way. as do-
termined to be good aso ever Queen
Victories was. But odd as was the
family life of the sons of Oeorge
III, it was not as odd as the family
life of Henry VIII.
Mary had to execute her cousin,
Lady Jane Grey, Imprison her sis-
ter and Wheir. Flmbe marry in
PMlip of Spain, a consort very un-
like hlbert, and burn a good many


And iWabeth' If her reign was.
In many ways, the most glorious in
English history, and if she was one
of the most remarkable rulers of
her 2o and country, yet had a
public and private life punctuated
by violence.
She was in frequent danger of
a sassination: she had found her-
self forced to execute her cousin
Mary. Queen of SUot, as well a
her own admirer, the Earl of Essex,
and many more. She had to accept
as heir. the son of her royal vie.-
tim; and, at her death, she hid 1it.
lived a great deal of her popular-
itt, If not he glory,. he never
knew such ans 4pothqoels as 51w
Jubiles at Vlaictra
Of Mw In, e a say little,
Sthat she was the better, but
,ewr hal of WWIiam and Mary;
ad of sOter Anne, that she a
better knotil for being dead than
for the glories of her reIa.
N" Ouly PeUtde
No. It to with the aemeoa of
Queem V i rs a that the" reas
a rir esorm. o course, it -idat
~ c at Ooe. Perha u Vct-
%oft never fully unheriomi bow
great the change was er how bne-
r M camI to d oe U oa e
Ite~ orh 00L)snd i


ti .di


am s


---*BW - ^


For Monarchy

y A Queen
mueh wht U mo;aVrchy aMwu
mad th h n tr w oated. '
thtitVtarS N lbert wo iAta
had the Queat ulr asta t aui.Wa,






fin sbet "or Inhe or.onnm
srhe hua hedadn Or
ims bad meation fort mary good
(win ( eA rUMeIdatry. tIi
N s we am orne rtw bell

Bheoweduceeon thuwk~wwo |
he t he ei mand ," th eh
olofs Phsmtno and the arwum
A John BueseM0, who were both
loundWhim.
u, ytau&t her that, odd It
night eem to o 0German prince, a
Queen of .Atlaod had to suat
br judoMent to that of Patrhft-
nent. afmod they taught hat. t,
hat It wa a mistake to Identify
Uoelf too much with ae great
oyal C of which she was be-
ham tto-Min-rch.
The was t the most ad-
iirably loyal, onerous, ve*n pa-
iuent subjects of their own U-
arch, but they had no lind Ge-
manic admiration for monarchy as
such. They took very coolly the do-
position oft the Qun's cousin, the
King ofrW Hanover, and of other Ger-
man princeling#, too.
What Russell and Palmerston had
begun. Gladstone completed the
transformation of a monarchy that
was still partly partisan (and so -in
constant danger) Into a monarchy
above the party battle and so cap-
able of being an emotional centre
of unity.
When Disraeli came along with
his tongue-In-cheek flattery, the
Queen was amused, or at least
pi ed, but no sericus damage was
done. All people like flattery, but
with royalty you must lay It en with
a trowel," maid DMMy. No doubt, but
royalty is quite capable of feeling
the 0r1wel,
Vietoria's HeireM


Britain's Love

Strengthened I





a* arm L fuhe ra

to a m p very r.



y -- ~ e i- r t
onogram 2in nt t i ts e I
role ot the ounarchy and of thel
rpevalpce that women moarehs4
e street in k ndUsh history. I
bere awe Sun guyvs millions *f I
people who ere born in the reln I
of Queen Victoria (I was myself)
and millions of people who were
not only born In thatreigan, but
who took the chane from a queen
to a kbl very =ha.I
Did Sherlock Holmes ever get
used to the change and iare a royal
monogram "E.R." into the walls of
hiA little country place with the old
bravura that he had shown In
Baker Street? It doubt It. He was
an eminently Victorian figure, as
well as an eminent Victorian.
Mr. S. C. Roberts has well con-
veyed to us the shocks suffered by
the Victor.ia= in the new Edward-
ian age, and Mr and Mrs. Parjeon
have told the amne story in ad-
mirable verses:
"Now the penny stamsp I b scarlet
And the ha'peny stamp Is Ven -
How different from the days when
Victoria was Queen.'
But these amiable sentimentali-
ties must not blind to the great
historical Importance of the reign
of Queen Victoria, the reign in
which the modern British monarchy
was born. It Is to the crown as 00
years of Victoria's reign changed
it, that Princess Elisabeth is
heiress.
We se, from the spectacle o
nmoden '~wope. how 4l~euit ltlsah
role at a monarch w1 iI by an.
cestry, or taste. or necessity, a pag-
tisan. And If the heir of William
IV had not been an Innocent and
attractive girl, but her detested
uncle. Ernest Duke of Cumberland,
irWould the monarchy hav se stCod the
F many strains of IMth century Eng-
jand?
Even had we nothing else to re-
joice in. the separato between
England and Hanover brought about.
by a happy difference In the laws of
succession would be cause enoU'gh.


Empire'. Affection
But theme thwgs would not mat-
ter If the monarchy were unim-
portant. It Is Important, and so
are they. For we have learned (If
we are capable of learning) how
difficult it is to break a national
tradition without great loss. And
as a symbol of continuity, no in-
stitution can for a moment com-
pare with an ancient and deep-
rooted monarchy.
It is very hard, Indeed, to tnk
of an emotional substitute for the
monarchy as an Imperial link. This
isespecially manifat in Cnaa,
which has the greatest republic as
its neighbour, but It tis true of the
whole Empire.
And the complete Independence
of the Dominions makes clearer the
non-political character of the
crown. FPr in the Dominions, there
to no opportunity far royal initla-1
tUve at all-and yet the cro-n is
capable of creating affection and
trust.
What Is true of Canada Is true
of Britain. Then, too, the very
different social structure of the Do-
minions makes It easier to an that
the monarch need not be 'ad
should not be bound up with
"smart- society. In the pest, there m
have been times when the monarch
wIs not "Smart" enough for the
modty of the time.
But mre important, he mon-
arch is or iouU e above sart-
ne0". The ateate of Omfto wlter


ai5itllmindtse amd
US, 4uWbma O


Cl-n.t Talk


Costs Uvos-


Dn t Talk


Control Roj
mhmc roportffM

]d December. iS
ned by the i
ar t"e D"Chambers"
(Domestic Holow-v
bold purposes.)
Secretary.
Old Post Office I
7 St. Vin mt Stv
Port-of-Spain.
5th May, 1944.


Careless Ta




Costs Live


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dAd ad2i6e2a u4edale daily to tho
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for deiam,,
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the =g PMnt esM the ld abe mettenmd
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The crown to which Prince s sl-
abeth Is bhresam t he mw ,
OMB Vtptortft, But the jtilaeea* Ii
*H-Ot "N ta ef m1 V
. ntdi l to tfmtatyw
restorn
irete by unpopular, or dis-
reputable, occupants.
Her grandfather, her father, and.
It would be uncandid not to add
her uncle as Prince of Wales,
greatly strengthened It.
She is especially fortunate in that
an her grandparents were British-
born. In an age when the main po-
litical merit of the monarchy la the
opportunity it gives of preserving
historical and emotional values in
a rapidly changing world. It is for-
tunate that the heir to the throne
In so thoroughly national, .
Its significant, too, that the
Princess has been studying Ameri-
can history and that (I am told)
her main foreign language is
Prench, not German.


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IH ,k . las .. t *- ._ thh mtatki me luepeetlie .1 the
Vwa in mta wu the PttaMU fls' it tul- ew Seettish.ti.s am
d qm M time vit.and the Kingma Qf' a w. Prinenm r Iis.jeeps
"aahaff-bW.5Aea rat to Watei the treets f tiraaing. (LO.)


From Calypso Revue
==i IA=e.eno' the Acting Oov-
at '5. T ernor has given hi patronage ho
Land of the Calypso," a two-act
,-TOOAY musical revu. of Trinidad's colour-
k3onmseogs m Mata. ful Carnival, which opens at the
t'or ..38: .35. Empire Theatre on Tueslay, May
a wite Gorge et ,16,' at 8.30 p.m.
Wood. Datsto Dol-
sI CbWOB.an mi. The show, which I being given
Ct84B m.ay in aid of British and Vmnerlcan
^*-%n ( i t.e war enrltles,. Is uing al native
5palu, s s nt a-professional ,talent, Including Tr-i-
muad by Chapain v. nidad's leading calypso singers,
.5 3B.3.. Thatre or- dancers, etc., ana i eing produced
idetor, itacif Robin-
-; .3 primo Scal'sC by two young American service-
I imwe; aol Itotr- men, attached to the Air Corps
WatItrod usces g oshere, who have had experience In
0"oaf and orph..trl a
omentra rChSget5, show business abroad.
M T.00, West In- The producer, Corporal Ted
i s Indian on- Joseph. is an author and folklorist,
A. Welfare Fund."
M Harold Mtttelil
do for everyone, pre- (Continued from previous Column)
Soddatd; I.SO, News;


l; 9 30 Jaick Denny:
46, Information PIesM;
-TOMOIIRROW
IM the News: at. pro-
;.15. nrd WiWlins; h.0.
SeM: 6.00. News; 6.05.
I, Personal Album; S.6.0.
T.O. News 7 1. Stoek
T.isO. Msll call: 00.
kted Ne'work Reporter
iP'outd8. 3.30 dMwnbIl
Mte Reporer. 9 15. The
WI. Burns a Allin' 1000
touted Hour. 10 30. Bob
I ne at Column)


WVDI-TODAY
A.M.: 10.30, Must$ for Sunday; 11.00.
.Dinah Shor; 11.30. John Chas. Thomas;
12.00 News.
P.M.: 2.00, Information Please; 21.30,
Sammy Kays; 3.00. Command Perform-
ancm; 3.30, Frontlhne Theatre; 4.oo00,
N.B.C.; 5.00, 0.1. News; 5.10, Meet te
Boys; 6.3,0. California Melodes; 6.00,
Guy Lombardo; 6.30, Jack enny; 7.00,
Andre Kostelanets; 7.30, Charle Me.
Carthy; 8.00, Tour Radio Theatre; o,0,
News: S.15, Raymond Scott; 9.30, Hour
Of Cbarm (All Girl Orchetra); 10.00,
Sop1nset; 10.30, Contented Hour.
WVDI-TOMORROW
P.M? 5.00, O.1. News; 5.15, Que Pags;
5.30, Village Store; 5.00, Mall Call; C30.
Great Music; 5.45, News; 7.00, Chamber
Musilo Society. Basain Stret; 7.30, Re
oord Session; 1.00 Duffy's Tavern; 8,30,
Kate Bmith; 9OC.0, News: .15., Latin
Rhythms: 9.30, One Night Stand; 10.00,
Night Owl Club; 10.45, Nocturne.


e Opens Soon
while Corporal Richard Knigl
Swas once programme director c
the Nationx. Broadcasting Con
pany. Bach had his sMria used f
radio plays both in civilian ar
miltry life.
Mr. Alfred Cadallo is responsxlb
for the special screen sets and com
tumes.
e Thi show is being sponsored b
the Trinidad Press Club and
Comn.IJttee of prominent Britia
America.n, and Trinidad official
The net proceeds will be divide
e ually between the Win the Wi
Associations War Welfare Fun
for Trinidad'a fighting men servtir
abroad and tha American Re
Cross in Trinidad.
The officers of the T.lnldad Prea
Club hope that, aplrt from the fin
anclal benefits to Anglo-America
Sar charities, the show will go U
to cement the already existir
bonl's o' friendship between Eno
lish, ..mjnerlcan and local people.

Today's Diarj
Annual May Day procession a
Cathedral of the Immaculate Con
cepti n, 4.30 p.m.
Cocktail dance at Trinids
Country Club.
Cocktail dance at Perseveran.
Club,
TOMORROW
Trinity moonlight frolic, Prince
bulc'lng, 7 pin to midnight.


Tims picture of Har Gorauit aand Lady Bubshe was made by the
"Guardian" photographer last week at Government House, where
they have been guests of His EzxeUelleoy the Actinog Governor. Sir
Grattana Bushe, who Is the Governor of Barbados., h oi a way to
liW United Mates on oMclal business.
iiiiiiiliilnliliimiiiHif iiiiiilllm lmHimifl HIliniii~m tlHmfin limn liitmlnUI IIiifllllHlifIiiimiiii lniiimni,-


1 day to keep cool!
nedtostinyurbt


c -By Spotlight

c..a.t.sA ^Jtf a a&
auU re imis "einte #carendee hi thterso


go" an-Om ftmto-Oft re" UW rehto hom arly M"
ame *a" .3t0e6BIti 604k e o teastik ludeNso WOURVAW
2S^ S*?O N^ dw" w o int3h the "O eyl
Sehid the o d t w ehypnotise everybody ari
-tOw ham thi ", atot lthi outstanding defet, e
on b5 his way through all poaulbi
S et.~ leading *Sar Ad an blP e andvente No
insgt the prtestt1go1nuI a"' pldwousers. prise o ghters, to
what h oaid itac. tme advenrem at h
*W. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ W *T*~T ivaL nWy irs.
.Aerwy It p s BTe adventures. at wthe end, lead
te uu "a ospetIeam obe. himStraightintothe arms of hi
me __ AmIdreAm girl to whom Marilyn Max.
tri"i MO11 well ivtall lienblondness. The
too in TrAMxtinem.t %b S fh1.^ ?^
week Again. m British Mem an tat atthe eatIncludes Will am
t behind te headlles. Oaa and two genutin prim
To change uth i rgtta s fighters of world faome, Maxi
of afherk sor, to be a necessity to Th* and iu Nova,
iJt t te present moment as Lena Horn comes out once t
Trinidad audiences are keener than putV over a song strikingly. Title
ever on the xiltary operations now "You're so Indifferent to me." Ti
underway. It would be not exactly audience, anyway, was not indif
an edifying spectable to ae the ferent to her singing.
British News walking months be-
hind. the news In reporting the Al- The Uninvited'
lied invasion of Hitler's fortress.
Therefore, I appeal humbly to This Paramount picture bein
the compete% mn to look after presented in one of those last
that a ftM $NNW aa Sr insstsa openins. I didi not hev"


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. On The Home Front


The swt vo otal "a *- a we
"to crop i a~ lae ar
Important meth a ooyt
Production eUfot daring the Vi
two yers & 1H4 eapecally (t
sweet potato yel ed ey we, and
ae can rmembe. that It waa ean
Important feWtr In permittg Utie
storap of yams willch would have
otherwise been used up' and made
-he strain of the lean month.
June. July, and August. even mWsA
severe,
Pince those days the eddoe crop
hat been consistent, but produe-
Uoh of sweet potatoes hs fallen.
This ham been due to two ewntri-
butory factors; the first, 'a lack of
planting material, the second in
1943-t4 the yields of sweet potatoes
were on the average lower from
the same soils than In the previous
year.
This has not been explained as
conditions were not Investigated,
but the writer thinks it could be
correlated to the different type of
weather which prevailed at the
time.
NEW PLANTING SEASON


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ig Dennis Morgan, ginig lessade of the Riffs, teamed with Irene I
;- Manning in "Desert Song" playing at the De Luxe over the weekend, nut
for
ments so that at least the pic- chance to see It at the Globe where let:
tured invasion reports reach the it is released ior the week-nd. Tr
STrinidad public as quickly as possi- So I am unable to have an opinion '
ble, about it and can simply rely on ha'
At 'T o some hearsay that describes the anli
t fDesert Song' film as entertaining and mysterious, 1
It is "', melodrama about ghosts,
SThe famous stage show, with spirits and 9, haunted house" which
Sigmund Romberg's musical score, will give you an idea what it is all 2
is revived in this Warner picture about.
now piylng at the De Luxe, It Ray Mlland. Ruth Husscy, Gail
gives to the eccentric-exotic story Russell ,ir the Irading actors, of
all the luxury that technlcolour the film. Go and see for yourself.
's can give, paired with the attrac-
tion of singing Rifts riding all over Post Scriptum
the desert a la Hollywood.
Before such romantic back- From Hollywood, I got a vcrve
ground, two very sympitthetic tempting invitation, Mr. Paul E.
screen personalities are having Ackerman, "Manager. Foreign Puib-
their romance. Attractive-looking, liclty and Promotion" of Para-
softly-singing Irene Manning and mount, has sent me thli nvl.,:tlon Z
Dennis Morgan, with a boyish smile all in gold, accompanied by a nice =
and pleanint voice, make a perfect letter starting off with "Dear
team for the occasion, friend, I wish It were possible for g
They have to go through a pretty you to attend the world premiere in
probable plot that even some Hollywood of "Lady in the Dark"
up-to-date touches have not turn- with ,('ger Rcgers.
ed more redibl. Intrigung Namd Sorry I cannot attend, Mr.
alnts, so the modernised script Ackerman, except you settle all the
runs, are behind the oppression of rest for ipe, getting my papers in
'the Riffs revolting against slave a flash from the State Department
labour on the railway line to Da. and a priority on the next 'plane.
kar. The devils are unmasked, of As I oinnot ask you for so much
course, and there Is freedom again trouble. I just give to your polite
in the desert. trick the publicity it undoubtedly
Fight for freedom with music It's deserves. Thanks, anyway.
at least a novelty in the field and 0 0
uas Mannin.-Mor .n bring Rom- The Royal Cinema. this week-
berg's realiv "hit" tun- to full end releases the Twentieth Cen-
effect, moviegoers will let It go at tury-Fox. musical comcd, "Sweet
that. Rosle O'Grady' with Billy Orable
'Swing Fever' for a second run Thi; ,Idds an at-
tracth'e Item well In Inmp with this
This Is musical number two on week's entertainment llna>ion. 5
this week-end's list. It comes from a -
Metro-Goldwyn's studios, is3 play- Latest fashion of ,Ih.woond:
MIg at the Empire and features biographies oI fanilus aRiesnirn i
such a tested fun-maker as Kay Darryl Zanuck I*'s produced "Wil-
Kyser in his double capeclty as an son." Sir Alexander Kitda is pre-
actor and leader of his hot-tune paring "Winston Churchill." who 5
orchestra. next? s




SYour Blood is I


a


'basO lwwir* 4D n ato ftIn yo~ur mh A &y. re.
nthe Vrbem t a rft i a teU

11mph Stanltes am Avaftse
is a* lmd tbiyourbah allday. KZap coolby
LACQULM lh. y'riihmu of a 3rmum InIsDottaf.
We ma mui .tM fr VOOLma MAk w-
on nv ltafiamI~e AV uz wfwlll-
.0 in" tB*V am Big= 0 ~agm1w TheE Lhb"
ltAI *lHtuNip*3mcht *TbMMnger

MilW". R*rLoN M-u W" ARM&

'FI E.h~gth .M l~~r


your Life!


Your blood is your Life.
Without pure, clean, heal-
thy, good blood you can
have no real health--no
life. You pay attention to
all parts of your body, but
only when eczemas, iLmn-
plea, sores, blotchy skin
"love worms." bolls an.d
other skin erutlons hurt
and disfigure that you be-
gin to think at all of yiur
blood.
If you ,suffer from any
of the above akin diseases,
that Is a symptom that
your blood Is out of order.
and there are Impurities
to be cleansed from your
blood stream. RECTORS
BLOOD' P- RI cleans
up ugly mmree, pimples a".d
other unsightly e*dn ail-
=ento.
So for. a lean, healthy
in'" free from pimpie.i.
b ol. orel and otner skin
diiMMa caused by lmpui
blood, start on your
coaurMe of Rl1TCb
BMoo DPvUlM


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FROM J


Price: Importers: 13r per tin


- By Farm


auk Rocka. S a U, ad .14 en
else air yUM A isPnmn
&fat I that a Jsslo a iNWl
variety -Ws saoredi My
eat. ad amMt y das ah
te 0t0 Mvartlejes mentloNel
The article potat o tat Ow
usual syimptou w e eas Indles-
Utin of matty or ripeasse of te
crop. such as the wiug d the
ne and lea fall. are to lute.
In that they miht be caused by
other factors, like insect or fungal
damage, and not on.lv bv the at-
tainmet of matv.. This is not
surprising, because we know that
etemlve '*boe daman may so
Injure the roo, yatCm that wilting
may be caused.
WIDE TAXMTION
Furthermore a fairly wide vari-
ation Is exhibited by tlU different
variety in the time they take to
become ripe. Por Instance the
V. 52 may be rips in 12 days
whereas the Black Rock taking
about two weeks more is not ready
for harvesting before 13 days. The
3.34 takes me longest time, sctu-


mabseo wvlhet I
v M old ii toodk dHE
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rhe uist thnbLem er-d e

purpose far whe m wl v
planting, and simIt ,In bw ai +
vomwill ho e "to m some at
IBO M sumho e traSwrunX


Tre is obtained to hIM hold a ihA"i
hinder your uthiag To wl
like the Sealey. Ja kone .
Pumpkin Stewart.
WILL nOON MULTIPLY
Next, obtain all the old potat
tubers you can obtain now, as -
afr weeding a spot, plant thbmil.'
with the break of the ran they 1.
will soon mutplyI When the vine
become about 1I Inches long OW
them well back and after divIdUm
into two waual pieesp nlant theat


lly 151 day"s to mature. out also. Tusm your one plam
low we are on the threshold of a As regards the inflteuce of spac- would have given you three.
w planting season It would Le Ing, the article points out that if By Srot!mber you will have
od 1 we turned our attention to one desires to go In for producing multiplied your vines so mudh that,
s crop, not because It does well prodigious aised potatoes, a wide an acre thus planted will supply
this particular time of the year, pacing should be employed about st'fficient planting material to
t because If we are to have any- i1 inches to34inchies, hough yields plant about 26 to 30 acres.
in like the quantity of siPB tend to be higher when less space. Your slogan should therefore e
iffble for planting the hundreds about 12 inches ay, is left between "plant sweet potatoes in order t
acres It Is necessary we should plant-, save ynam for the lean snwths..v
int, we must start the establish-
ient of nurseries now.
A recent article published In 2 Cp*
ropical Agriculture" (Volume ood Sou IsSustainin
XT No. 4.) summarlsts the reSuoltu n
the sweet potato varietal ex-
riments conducted at the college It was easy enough In normal ncurishnment for your hungry
ring the past 16 years. t imes to prepare tasty and varied f milly.
Much of the information in.- meals for your household, but in Our grandmothers understood how
uded In the article will be of these days, when the larder Is often f lng and sustaining good souP
terest to those of you who would rather bar owing to wartime con- could be Just take a look at 'Ie
ish to co-operate In this drive to ditlons. the housewife Is perplexed, old-fashioned tureens and soup
xduce more sweet potatoes. For and sometimes almost at her wits' plates of bygone days-what a
ample, the famous Maggie Mur- end to know what next to provide size they were! They quite %ut mr
ck which was introduced from to satisfy family appetites, modern diminutive shape& t*
bago and planted here extensive- There Is nothing like a good plate shame.
In 1942 Is listed as the poorest of soup as a successful start to a You should try modern soup,
Ider .s tites idog meal, whether lunch or dinner, as which can be quickly made In old.
This substantiates findings of it is jatsfying and sustaining and fashioned quantlt' a. You will find
merous peasants who report that alwa:'s popularr with the menfolk It savoury and good, especially 00
r some reason or other this var- and 'he children d rap, dreary, or rainy days.
ty bas not been successful under- Get hold of one of those old*- Make this creamy potato soup
Inldid conditions, fashioned soup tureens which were and surprise the family.
The best varieties for the period so popular In grandmother's day Ingredicnt.:
ve undoubtedly been the B. 20 and go in for soup-making in a Four eupfuls milk: I )itatocs; 8
d V.52. while others likethel big way. It will provide variety and tablespo .ns of butter, parsley; i
i iiniiiiiiiiniii iiiiniIiti tii i ii iII iw mt1n11111UIU I

Finely pureed for Infants and Invalids

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two teaspoonfuls daily just before
tne midday feed and increasing to
I tin per day at 12 months.
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COW & GATE PURE1.D FOODS
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May 14th. to June 30th


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ga and pasAVd o_5 e'
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aioho fSTrtbdi tac8S1 a 10Id ar Is fan tomen"t B
for to aOtfo low at b 0mw Mn.
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raw m mS w e adtw r lm this w al hie
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It S InMid 1e sterlh leed b
r will need sotoeswedE= It in ag
for elud sd u. aembe" l (not waod = ow
hme ]V Mgdoanyliftlt oem aam wipedWt mw s.ow&
don wil. sthy we lusavy. OWd lhee Smswinllow W Ien
am do up da dI In, 7eMvn fiwa 210um WehS 49 boom
un~ -dkodPerINMO% 0-y
Itbagood idea to 'reurre one win fid FM wil S ..W
as awd bMWdMI. ead .1 outr Smir ommS wI -
am"lways kp a Mpir of adi- vs*n n eamin and
Uweu for Cttin!' putpeoo. took tMaet-oLD.
Horfr Mwiedlumnets. OuM --- 2--
oft 'tUi M oddort for l5Id J- |
Ws. WOOM he Usiritsof MuSMP is nportent
ammonia, a swift rstuorative wtIN l t treasutaof mneuair
other am& a we l as Swonderful rhMUnm andaSBfO Wt # *!iD
Ming jaot lamenbites "If 0pliebe Nminr e t wenb
grwmlptly. Magaftgof a*e = & o*
311-abte of odbe "k a- tlin-a pOWt. A II b in
ycsebV hunfor your Cabnet 5ta belftod Well Into the Jointesnda
It Is usful as an antuai sOad bo maemoaeplie as tmr semia-
=jdfor Colds If n corporated in a u W Us itusole a e w thor-
Sof hot water and lesson on" a" Wa Wup In foan-
i o atn &Mn rst for to. minute or
AI Nr oModhe rla .ur, any- quIrter of an hour.


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As the bow responds to the artist's
fingers ;; so the beautiful Parker
Vacumaid Pea Panwers you t slightest
>. touch
That sadn-smooth tip Is made from
costly osmiridium. When it touches
paper, skims effortlessly, it brings an
enjoyment to your writing you have
never known before. Before fifty words
are set down, you've almost forgotten
that you're holding a peanl
See the Parker Vacumatic today. The
translucent barrel makes the ink sup-
ply visible.fThe Blue Diamond on the
clip signifies our guarantee for life

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You Use Cosmetics

To Best Advantage


The method of applA yin your creams and lotion Is as Important
AS their wise seleUon. kvry application should be made with an
upward and outward movement, except an the throat where move-
ments should be downward. Here are ten face maue movements
which are practIed In a famousNew York beauty salon. They are
easy to learn and should be followed:
1--Close hands over nose. Mould . -
.. ..n. .ld.forehead to hairline-to smooth
outward toward temple& Hands brow.
when ou masage ifs yu akin "l~
should flatten as they pase over Be certain to use a rich cream
cheeks, when you message, I iyour skin is


2-Place three middle fingers flat
on cheeks near nostrils. Mould out-
ward toward ear lobe.
3-Brace two thumbs under the
chin. Both index fingers meet
under nose and glide around mouth.
4-Support chin on palm; place
Index finger of other hand at
mouth corner. Mould around mouth
with firm movements.
5-With elbows resting on table,
chin supported on knuckles, move
clenched fists toward ear with deep
firm pressing movements.
6--For neck-glide fingers over
neck In circular movement from
Jawbone to base of neck.
7-Slap under chin briskly, loose
wrists.
8--Elbow supported, rst face on
palm. With free index finger mas-
sa gently around eye.
table.Lace t a dresosg
table. ace face between p-alms
and index fingers on either side
of nose. Slide index fingers from
nose toward temple., unaer eyes.
10-Place fingertips at inner
corners of eyebrows Mould ver


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astringent eream.
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Ir he mkst to pevet s
due steels eM. dMt irte
when the poekein asin ume.
The material oheea ew fro
dream must be strox o genou .


A-.:lw ..a.J ,aE 9- I minds, no method In mascM pMr.
2L _.Jr, chases, an no dress emns so that
Eradicated they feel hot and uncomfor"tae
right from il1 start, end look even
Faintdown on a woman's face is wcrse than Wey feel?
attractive rather than otherwise, Some women in Trinidad ae do-
for It gives softness to her conm. Ing their best, or ls it their wont?.
-plon, but the growth of actual to cling to the mistaken No that
dr is 41stressing. any odl dress which Is t far
Much may be done to bleach t, gone to be of aSwet for any
hair, and thus renmder it less eon- other purpose will do ulte wll on for
spicuous by the regular use of shopping In the momiup. quits
peroxide of hydrogen. it not only f ett that to look smart and
takes out the colour, but by long f e ortoable its always half the
and persistent use affects the roots bate.
of the hair mo that the growth is WOoM who also take a aat
weakened. sri ad ea ia withoofh
*e m the arms should be = treat- te a oinu M will
d I& th sameasi. e new esha 'hltaSuvW both
an, course, n s ror. Do- yaoalw D and menlSY S ther
pfatorks are not recommended as morte b ols siste iten 4 end
they mstly conai activ caustics;t&
~1~O~~C~ft&In ctiv can the5gy often succeed fin- AMng the
b sulphide, is found in the goods too-where other fa.
majority. N.ext time you 6* shopping check
tr has j a very bad effect on o a dre an urmaethod
many skins causing intense Mn. UP On rar e
tatilo. anm Sometimes more serious t o EkSi
sme Imp mioemuaWhich WMl


A safety rawr, however, can be
recommended with confidence.
Masumage should be given with the
balls of the fingers, using a firm
movement that kneads and move
the scalp.
The frequency with which hair
should be shampooed Is a matter
of Individual necessity. Dry hair
should be washed a little s is
compatible with cleanliness, sand
then 24 hours before shampooing
the scalp should be rubbed with
oil. This will prevent the hair
from becoming brittle.



Gland Discovery
Restores

Youthful Vigour
Suffwer from low if Yltru; mrv-
,mBes, weak body., Impur blood, ?l-
be memory., ad who are old bfoe
thir timen, will be delighted to learn
a ew SIMlA discovery by an Anmerica
Doctor. Tibs sow dlseesry makes It
posmiblo to quickly and easily rmetero
Vlour to yew body., to build rich, p
bleoosd, to strengthen your minad m=
Memory a"d fe like new. In fact. ta
dlMsovery, wibh t a hom medl atho
plessast, say-to-take tablet forms
away with unneessary and o=ra-
tioss and begins to build new visow
e B yetS yIt It n absolutely bars
nd natural In action.
The suoc- of this amaulnc dtloev-
my, called V.Tabs. Is being d 4trlbuted
Mdl ehists here under a r t,
of eOmpltsatisfaction or money k.
In olher words. V I1.Tab must make you
fel faull of vlour and eergy and yeas
yousmr,. or you mely retun the
Package and get your ma
A double-streatn hW
A l Vl.of.e.ts li ttle and teur
151_011" t u,,. v".Tabe rnam


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aw, mu~
LU.


see2s to-rur m m$oi- da* now
that most t o modW" W Oy
available In malU Iu i bat
If you faOe to e d t
you wll NO thft yw be able
to get over mmrn otw
SwoPrOi UST
Before you tart, do see tat you
have a aear Ide-a In mind as
to your requirements so that you


DeWitt's Pills

quickly relieve


JoinatPaim adb
war you that r -
ae out order. T

Haa Uft aad n-
to ecape from the mlsov
stream and lodW isn e
musdes and joint.
pcos (especially ex I
uric acid) may bringeas
piflrhenuatc r-* ^


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e wts Thm w&
to tackle the tr=uhbe
iatogoatowcetothe
root cause-
the unhealthy
condition of








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priclts, need .Je.
lwe hgdottmn. -,g
SHOPrmIG aBAu
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lucky .;nen who ala
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w atC s elor at ho piaseI
1 i MF uan his my to asUnited W Kgom
U'WAsS Aeu3orro oenshL
V0*ftf Canada via lwe Unlid states WeM
Z GIn _m 9011L I understand. On"pact to
MonthsM. nom tan not been nMvery
a- lto Chan w 64 no o kbe veT bmoenciaL

LVATORI, haIe a of the each Committee of Na-
l!,o d ftalt %= I g
2 repreantative of the
a.@Pom Mn uET. at Ponte-k,.em.. left Tri-.
W i aw to go to Montreal for a protracted stay.
Sigmoalx by their tInfant daughter. Patricia Ann.
MLm M organked a mixed shower last night for
Gt and.Mr. Edgar. tplnaL who are to be maiMed
i a de IlhM ul affair and took paimo at Mr. and
lI I w hoI w M, during the evening. the couple were
a6. A pianist Played dancing and a light
gneL3lted were Mr. and Ms. J. Oovia. Miss Alice Gan-
sad M, Sedley Agostln Mr. and Mrs. D'AAr.G Oalt.
l MM Kitty Stome, Dr. and Mrs. 0. RcO Mr. and
.Mr. and Mrs. Daniel dLi Uma. Mr. and Mrs. Da Cnram.
R oy fuller. Mr. Georgae Rooks. Mi nToni Roberta,
SMr. Kenny tone. Mr. e nd Mrs. Ian McLean.
: g..wa Negron. Mr. David OBrlen. Mr. and Mr.
M r. and Mrs. Noel Knlwles. Mr. Sean .amel-Smith,
&'Qsel. Mr. "Bat" Abrahams, Mr. Oera-i de VerteuU,
,iPal Caiwell, Mr. Neville de Souza. Mr. K. Oovia., Mr.
Baiey, Mr. Alan Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. W. eovia, Miss
SJaet Gova; Mr. Frank Ftuller, Mr. Jack Morton, Miss
Bea Oovia and several others.
Wz.. W. MOOR, who hail from Niagara Falls. Vict'ru,
been vin n ForIest Raie for the last two years,
k hr a Mr. ad. Mrs. M. N. Moore at Pointe-a-Plerre. Mr.
H-- ~ets to 1 Trinidad shortly to take up an appoint-
y in Caripito. and he will take
IR JOH nEltA of Alexandra Street, St. Clair,
%I telephone al last week from their eldest soh, Carlos
=rm an army camp In the United States, stating
rdut mlated at the Letterman General Hospital., a
fhool lorthose serving In the U.S. Army Medical Corps.
pjis 6l ftlnTi last year to join the U.S. Arm.
Sc tlon his parents he sent his regard

w were CtnG away from "Dancing Youth, 1941," on
13 (and many who were not) will be glad to hear that
M ear has decided to present a repeat performance at
Building at 5 pLn. on Friday, May 26. She tells me she
special arrangement of the chairs to ensure as far aN
everyone will be able to see the stage without standing.
at Davldson and. Todd's on May 16, and early book-
fatRued to avoid con fusion.
been finally received by the "Ccnclertos Daniel" represen-
that Rudolf firkumny, Czech pianist, as postponed
South America to a later date, because of illness. Music-
M not be disappointed, however, because the dlstinguLshed
I n pianist and specialist in modern music for the piano,
M Is scheduled for two concerts here in May under the
*- *oclartol E-iAW'."
will be presented at the Prince's Building on Sunday,.
|at Pointe-a-PIerre club on Tuesday. May 23. To facfl-
S arrangements those who had booked for Firkusny may
We their tickets for ELricourt's concerts.
B' Canadian Club of Trinidad is putting on a Children's
O Saturday, May 13, at the De Luxe cinema at 9.30 a.m..
lson of War PFund. The cause is good; the films, I
so here's hoping the attendance will be good.
IMIU. A. I. CRAWFORD, of Cruz, Trinidad Leaseholds
a letter a few days ago from their son, Donald, who
M In LoyolaI College, Canada, and left some time ago to
I A. In hils letter he 'says that he passed his examina-
b is wings, and was made a sergeant. He expects to
.-S C o veeas.e
'U 1WaON w made to Mr. and Mrs. Philip Vilra by the
SPntverane Club last week on the eve of their depar-
club. Mr. Vielta Is to become secretary-manager of
Country Club. He. was given a gold tie-clasp with his
anvd ald a fountain pen, and Mrs. Vieira an ivory crucifix.
Bird" wishes Mr. Vieira success in his new venture.
Ias secretary-manager of Perseverance Club has been filled
Y LUKE,. chief representative for the British Council,
aed by Mr. A. 0. Boys, left a few days ago on a tour
and will be away during this month.
of the Trinidad Olympic Games Committee takes place
at the home of General Solano, Colombian Counsul,
Matters to be discussed will include sending a contingent
Aarcan Games likely to be held in Buenos Aires later
Catholics, Including those belonging to the Red Cross,
I to Attand the annual May Day procession which takes
l e Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception at 430 this
1 be .followed by Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament.
SOrphanage band will be in attendance.
special day of prayer for the Red Cross.
recent 'plane passengers for Larbados was Mr. E. L. Crooks,
a-Pierre, who has gone there to spend his leave.
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About C..i. Of P ey Delega's


Sam Uorb mm I ie in -E=
The deleg e the BmtatmoiV e rt--et
H. A. cihhm, te. I I
member of Mae ieeutlve OOMB 1s-m AneByn~rb
%nd ProtfesswJ. b. flisherais e oftw hU *Phof I!- Cii
Leed6 Univeswty. lpoimly acrT w. 3Malm (MdA k ftwi
en a lma~lda A iser to the d 4e M fi of Ia
aoranisd pta tratio ashe


no _fled thtlthe procduretro ft
amilo be OR o es 10I
TMs dats an* out of a ssap- a eparie'od i yearsa It Oai
age ftm Wb fal Ul~bh-s am atS .0 jjWa W Sa WM *
Govenor mas m ha ng Uh Aea d theatS yw
S of thecoutwsim afte the a w 10an rom the vaaw
"ntmd of th e O Slegiates hby1t 2y the e l ordn to -AW M
and Softhe put aes a of tthe eni-atrcti Idbe MU= tM
once ende Hse t pthat prvIsaNb e oloe l Oiver ane &" in
made for uthe enape of tthe dees- su, tresinfi
gateo oInfrefeng the nieage w o t W w
finance Comittee several meal- seama.
bes urged that the Oovtnor be
noufied that the procedure of and W T th h o nm
pointing persons to represent the MSk%* thhe Sja!54 3LI
BsRah-imaia without consulting thel -f ud sto Ac t. WMBU
Mow should not be repeated. j .a S Luan s aafn-,- tf set
Mr. n Pritchard, thet deputy b- e, o his s ip waI ttc sel
speaker, who spoke afterthe lead- by the enyaccording to an o
dr of the Hovepointed out that fiscal announcement here.
In the past the custom had been Colonhe Oliver Stanleyise ntml
for the House to appoint delegates ofht ateo M r the ColoniesehasWrit-t
to con n.to ferences.uton ne oGtt of te uar
Mr. P. Chria sand that theo thG. vro o the W dw
way of doing things wa started "0 Mh"the onour to infniter Ye
In Sir Bede Clfodhs days and the Hismajesty the uinhs bea
messg solLgv eeymember gracously oplpsed to snurovetbt
of them Ho sea feelig hofIndigna- award of a commountat ,II0, m u-
tion. Tony Mtcell, fireman, A.s.ri
Mrn. raynen saidw thatL other 0- C -services when his shIl
ones, when such things were ont was attacked by the enemy.
-foot. made a poin wof choosing a The award waspublished In th
representative of the people tobe Cil MerchantSupplement to th
sent to such a conference. The Lo ndAGazette, of February 8
practice today seemed to be to 1w
choose members of the Executive "Mr. Mitchell, who. It is under-
Council, but he thought years ago stood, was born in St. Lucia. is at
members were chosen from the As- present In this country at 30, Dur-
sembly so as to flavour or colour ham Street. Mddlesbrough. an
rived at on Moue t FitswihItam. direct by the Ministry of Wat
Mr. C. W. F. Bethel thought Transport."
the House had suffered swa gross in- dpo
sult in the manner in which the Tblmts IUrgseed
message had been presented to r o -r
them. In the past he understood GhORGeTOWN, B.G- Mr. L
It was usutg for the members of o. Crt.ae, Director of Education
the Assembly at least to acquaint presdmi over a public meeting O
the delegates with what they wish- ste annual onferencetof the .0
ed them to do and pledges they were Teachers' Association, deplored th
to make, but in his case before establishment o mushroomm asso.
a th ould be done they read ciations" of .-acbehers.
nythe'g beoe heesaid. am
In t newspaper that the two There should be, he said o
delegates had left for ao tron united association with a
The agenda of that conference was membership of all the 1.800 teach.
most miportant and the delegates 91 ndIiti w i.f b ce ndred e
had gone off with no instructionsrwe nthe ee tish ulind aNedm eprS,
from the House, represtatves of entatles hould b ade throueo
the people. ola souin e.
Mr. Sawyer, replying to remarks A Ju le
bv Mr. Braynen that the present DiaI IIIond JU lee,
administration sets Itself out to do fM ORTeWv 11rbmnt
everything possible against mem- Eubi E TOee B .G.-TDsL mns
bers of the House, said he had been of the5. Ts '
fi member since 1914 and had soclatlon will be clebrated during


engqine temeginning Novemberice
never known any administratorwho te Weekbe inni e bern6.
set himself out to be more. sympa- At T elodace ho un rasbl
thetic with the people. particularly appointedtdawup
wi their representatives. and- &NTprehOnsve history of tIN
sassocition is being compiled fOn
I structer Sought d epubliton In time for the cele
NASSAU, Bahamas.-The House -- ,--
of Assembly referraed to Finance
Committee a message relative to Daughter Arrives In
engaging temporarily the services
of a sergtruit-malor or sergeant Time For Funeral
with experience in a police train- KINO8TOWN. ST. VINCENT,
ing school to train the Bahamas May 6.-Mrn. Henrietta NallantynM
Police in police duties. wife of Mr. aeorg" V. 3allantyne
The message arises from the rto- mertha. t, of Oor-tewn, died yes
commendations of a commission terday after a protracted Illness.
which has been enquiring into the Mrs. Carl Bertie, her adopt
organisation, recruitment, training daughter, ho live In Trinidad art
and equipment of the force. rived by 'plane this morning bi
The commission has unanimously time for tha funeral.


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,ft tM flheth that religious nbeervfer"a and a
I MelmalUae wr u sslfuvmn the touch-
+ oMjtir than tha mUty to tmah..
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rMd k ladbee m d- -so nu rifs for the
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altoug paichd by the State,
edw qtIatod a' servants of the Church by
S wigbefore the storm, the local managers
Swem compelled Into capitulaUton and were supnerseded
as the appointing authority bY central denomina-
tional boards. In this transfer of authority it soon
transieatd that the teachare had only succeeded In
nickolngIa new rod with which to chastise their own
bais. Denominatlonal boards proved even more
arTbHtrarv and vclllatln and. ,tddlnr to the general
S disoomflture were conveniently and inmoenetrahlv
t ImpMonal. ThIere was no rightt of appeal and
dlcsions acquired the character of Irrevocable
S t the elrcumstanc s the teachers became more
e astilve and a coniequene the uiilltv of rerunlts
for the prnfemslon tended tn dieteniorate. It was
apparent that the denominational boards had not


Behind The Curtain
Those who have commented on the re.aits of
the VIetoriTa byeloctio appear to be strnick chiefly
t by the paucity of actual voters In relation to the
SDumber on the electoral roll. It seems to me that
W thisa tl aspect cannot be under-estimated It Is by
meain th electOn'S most serious revelation.
So l ii lte to a Considrteration of deefets
*"wle the axIstlin design Is simont like put ltg
i ilatloin at astraitjackit.
TI l tiue that 947, of an electorate of 4.954.
wtod--9.1' er cent, and that in fn PFerinaodu.
O a of n eectorate of 2,318. only 402 vo'e'd It is
' M oly. truW, but very, very significant that just
00 moths ago 29. out of an electorate of 3.321,
ed a4 the municipal electon.'i tn San Pern ando;
6' Ut that the contrast Is almost s'aggertng-7, t
f Ser nt IS MMnber. 19M3, 17.3 per cetir in A.or.,
S1044. It is also true that 1t, elcplaon m-R not x: i;
Sdull-It Wus pathetic.
What itmprewe me. though, 4 "he fa tha:
Vidtolla ha population nof a9n.7 a. '.
If WO make a fflr allowan( P 'r r,.:ar' , .
dINquSIMflcatlona. we t.Z ha'f f ha l
rMality that Victortia woi b* :erp..,! th
r, &atUve Counrti bb 'Jyt mll of 5 *, 'o
SIf that Is not a aed r c n-nea: '. n (r..., :.:..
16 Trinidad at (th opretsen; %-,, *-
Oertaln broad cowinus;ons are !.- !.-a im.
9QlrfiehK Qa Ih 3t of eni "A (n.< ,- \.w
very well gnore. Wi9h 11era. r u o.l, .'.r
tah all a the other West, Indiie *,,;znds
|en the Trinudad OCn>-

1tac ApWfl M thi dat of the Vi.forls b."-
0611101 there has been a fresh ,b.reorg ng of p'..b-
O, InterstiwIn the rtrtt of # e 0Francr .w r- 'ni-
S 1o1, ad dead. I iot tla tc., o a-ln t o wf a I h".
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appt-zha .t the dasemitlm, -d g
tawt r"Ms with thea ma agmenoot of tem mchee
tIn nat In s way tmstlated. Tha Uwhereas the
deneoplastlex boards now atmfe md
Dfre tor- i/ Me adndiadtoe. the Dretar
for atreral of the roeaam.
This a-ui= n ofreginb -eI swrepMlosiy
eusted tem the seheel 4 a frnilar ar1erw st
up In the presmt Istane to divet itt at frem
the glaring defets in the ezisottan esyst.
While It ti publistly admitted eon theo hand
that there is no government In the wa m ore
tolerant of relllgol than the Uritlh, aad quotationaa
from the speechs of ttish statesman are eesy
and onaMatly cited in support of is view, yrt
on the other head. because Britabh demoea y doe
not permit preoereatle discriminatilon tIa favour of
any one denominatOs, It It alleged that the Britth
are now engaged everywhere t weakening the
foundations of the churches and reproducing eotdl-
tionas that have nurtured both faasolm and Nasiem
In other countries.
This argument Is refreshingly odd, having
regard to the fact that hitherto the Ucl t s an4
Nazis have only orevalled wherever the Church of
Rome has provided the predominant social and
spiritual climate.
In any event, the denominations now receive
annual ecclesiastical grants from the Treasury
ronmuted on the bails of the numerical atrenrth
of the!r reonective adherents. These sums of money
are aporoorlated t them as the 8tate's contribntP-n,
towards the maintenance and encouragement of the
various denominations.
Tis It now eonten'ed that the State should be
eommttfed through the serhools to still further
mwb!dleq In order" thbq (-rtr," *eligioux tenets may
be more favourably propagated?


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-By Ubiquitous
has been laid. but so little appears to be known?
There Is likely to be a further complication: If
rumour be correct-and In TrinIdad the smoke Is
seldom without ftr- aarother by-election farce is
ImmInent.
Where Is It all leading? If Government should'
coitinel In its obduracy, then what? In there any
aIuom tn ignoring public opinion?
In one West Indian island the Government has
put the election question to a plebesclte: but the
Trinidad Oovernment, now that there is the Victoria
by-election, hardly needs that. The question has
been dicbated hus the boycott by the West Indian |L
National Party been suIccessful; to what extent did
It affect' the ele'ion? Mv answer is: "I told you I
1,'" But since my own self-.atisfaction at having,
prophesipd ccitu:atel' might not satlsfy everybody,
,et w, erlmne the p)citlun.
A' he la,;t Legslanive Council election In Vic-
tor, hi, tiithe Hion'ble Roy Jo ,pti was returned 7
S.:t0' t ed -42 3 per rent. In. 1944 the percentage
iihas. r ,i down to 1'41l per cent' Could age have ..
f t,.er ti e eictoral '.st to thai '-xt'n'? I tnink:
:n',, nor .A,i'd diffi'itti" of transportation alter their
to e ;o '1i. extpnt. Indetld. in San P'ernando pro- ".-. .
'r lIe:-e 'he blii of votes s concentrated we
S>ve 'roof that trai.portation had no effect Ouel
a)" ,-.r '*he other, fo the \ev (,byious, reason tisat'
.r e November, 143. theli problem In San Fer-'
i^nrc. ;s.'.ot worsened appreciabiy; and In No-
-intber 2.289 wen- to the polls in San Fernando.
It can no longer be argued with reason that
there Is no demand for & ia1ne leUoa Trnl-
dad. It o cleA es* thatt- ho Iathm futum
muy telde to cotest by-electona will do at
conMderahle risk to their political prospects.
Tt Is well tiiat the poiiluon should be put rea'Lq-
c,'.. Anvone who e*ns a seat under conditionsL
ms,,, ns obtained recent tr. Victoria. places him-
.P, ir, j'ot)rI> lv ith the le'torate. I like to tKxe
!.e "'eir.-:alle )l-Wv Qu rivra. rers! I


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European Backdrop By Erie Burger'
The a vaeios tevear has invaded eovay houir n ad Bath.irn ibnulles at Cannes, the once fashionable
fti 4 anU"t aa sred. eveCr) a', > #. Xo u ItIv,.ra resort, looked always rather puasled at a
arraghtl e the MInater about, Wo,. tre aio amni;i memorial plaque with the Inscriptlon: "Here
Whe. ) anol-d Napoleon Bonaparte on March 1, 1815..
There have bon. In the Ilst few weeks. a m laiy WVith a hsndfujl of men, the prisoner from Elba had
fuesse as there are coastal cities all aiuind I,'.1r,,p. nuine his landing undisputed. The troops sent to
ad apeculatlon went as high as the isi.& tl.tt. his fliht lilm joined his ranks Twenty days later hei
i f be crossed for the f ioa as..ault. Yet, m.t i. ts wAs in Paris,. True, the adventure lasted not longer R
ret to northern France, Belgium and Holland as tian exactly 100 days,
Irobabhe landing grounds and so, favours ,entrad To be sire, the present day adventure (read:
b =Ml t eses that the invIion willsart i. ru llbtrafion) will not he over in such lapse of time
A. u cuianed. and the invaders, certaloly, will not, be deported to
Venturtin that events might run quite differently St. Helena.
oMre the tavourlt forecast Is merely another guess
although certain eoniideratlons, strategicat and e e
peycholololJ. as well, make it Somewhat plausible.
The Allied High Oammand, I venture, could Wherever the decisive battle might begin, the Pot *parklnl whitM teeth,
have god reasons to avoid ust the C1annel coast strict oficiaL silence keeps nut only well-.meaning it ga a frs eool
aa flirt aim of the invasion blow. It Is there that family gatherings but also Hitler and his enaerals i M, a go
the eaeamy is strong, solidly entrenched In a geusing. Even little Goebbels has the invasion uMutI s Madeans. It
sientfAcmlly built yatem of fortifications, supported Iever an, ln his delrum, no longer spe aka of o e M It
by an amy of trained apecitalsts. It is there, in when dealing with the Allies' approachli ng taaky OV whiten
the arrw sea-latne aeparaUng )nfngland from the on the continent. Nobody ti listenin, anlywLy, -m h.-
oontln that every eoncentrtlon of landingl craft It ia much more instructive to Ulsten tatman heP II- w1)4l
and b ettlehlpe offers excellent target for his air qualified In the field of propagdanda an Iwn mUo. % h eaM nical in US.
defence. It i there, at lust. that the enemy expects a man like playwright Robert IUerwood, ihree
the tInvaston armies to strike first of the overseas eorvies of the Offce of War nfermani
To meet the enemy where he is strongest means ton. He speaks rather seldom over the raio and
t take a maxzimum of riek and that, no doubt, a so0, prominence must be given to the words h e
\ n flagrant contrast to Allied strateg y In previous addressed the other.day to the undeirgound moV-1
-epeations. There are other spots much more mtents In Europe.
invtIng for laTrge4cale landings and I would not "DO not strike too soon," he told them- walt
be surprised tf, ir Instance, the first atrok, fell on for orders from General Btsenhowef ad 6eaerali
south, rn 1rane. ir Henry Maitland Wilson." This brings for the
With the Mediterranean uniquestlonably a United first time the Allied Commanderain.Chief In the
Nations lake the danger from Nazi submarines Mediterranean to the foregrouad of the battle to
would be senmlsibly leasened. With the Italian fleet Conie. The name of Sir Henry. mentioned at least
=aambled in these water and powerful French semi-omclaelly in this connection, is another hint that
I *l unit reedy In the lpart of Alexandria, the this total war ill be ended by total invasion, with
shlppln problem could be solved quite comfortably, southern Pranoe and the Balkans on the list.
Altactoer, .rrane' southern coast Is more easily Meanwhile .hllrenBklng Rumianl of ers auInd"
noleosible because of geographicala reasons and eV*e* en of ..l ine admirals have watched amphi' -
beeause of the fact that the Hltierltes have had no blous mr oua of tho invasion 3 e stationed
Sto build there *A powerful fortlflettions as up InWl Enland They We three to en.rt th?
t the north. copileto ordlnt osf teAllied w ar mo
.."eturque sidelight, that It would not he the The TeheWn .e .r.ill stend:..*s.tioa. 'AS SON 4. ,.
irst invasion of the M=edterranean's sunny shores. will be taken f0 h st aSS., .


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lemnt-Whldren actually like
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herb eszua, caet lo awy aore them&ydttey defeated &nd dim yed
dirt and gums. lma thu Me. Le your little one, too, join dthi Happy, Healthy
ton rf1 etny d mtast.ot of to-day. The amy of Peace and Hop. adUM
the smdM mt f mTIOr. AsoT As O
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s felt Its term
meto Oeneral Dwignt
; adB idmtraltmin in
S American sphere
Vattee and to thoe
jior commander In
s details have not
It is anticipated
Covers such points
t tary occupation of
ittory, superilon of
MtroM over Industries
6 m ban against ar-
fMucton, temporary
gitte OrAn-Slied terrl
Oi methods of bringing
thee responsible for


pheric Trade
,nted
Ma S8 (AP).-
b an Financial and
-Adviory Committee
6" thatte 21 AMerOS
ABldn the V=te
tafem a hemispheric
a a mounte?-measure if
Iher Dominions main-
SflS preferential trade
| committee said trade
Bt be sought on a
W and -1 -
*tat othewset
pult for the Amea-
"to give eoect to
A non-discrtminatory


SttedForTrial
city salesmnan,
r Corporal Bernard of
| conversion of (1,100,
.ited by Mr. B. W.
hi the Second Police
Md trial at the next
Shearlna of another
.0 of offering a bribe
diihSt Henwood, was ad-

rSays Nazis
rd Knock


K May 6 (AP).-Sir
Ii, British Ambassador
ad Lady Hoarse arrived
W oay.
U h was satisfied with
recent agreement with
P cut to a trickle the
Spanish wolfram to
Z ftlad. "That Is
ock for OwGeranytfor
104try I n which, Ober-
m was very strong in-
.vt Puda by % t
*"*my s very stis-
Of the AI." a

S',Imy G (AP)-The
eI AB Mblys Informa-
CoWa ilona voted today
o HenX R Bonnet, In.
Commisstoap against
EllatWeOf the political
t, to e North African


World Oil

Pact Urged
NE3W YORK. May =WPM -at R at ement a fm o
auoms om rabW"e w the Uni-
ted StWea Intertate oil compact,
was pipoemd by the Stadard Oil
Company (NJ.) Ma a means of
carsyt out the plede of the
A ttChatlo t af equality of Wo
0- to raw matesials.
The company distributed a book-
let sayl8 g te United States and
Britast wave e*ftartd" to point
the wr. We must formulate a
po~'LUtt wil roult Ia the dim-
eovI' of ample oil reserves and
th, most crulent ue of those
res[ e and the futlflment of our
= a6 to the people of other
Th[re major points of the Vro-
poeed policy we freedom of ex-
Soratians of new reerve rather
national monopolies or tavour-
ititm for eltiMen of a gtven na-
tita,. restrletion of production to
an "eelelnt" rate, and eautlity of
acecM by all nations to oil.
They opposed distributions, eon-
trols an heavy special taxes on
oil as '"omtrary to am enlightened
world oil policy."


NewSchedule Prices
Dechulared For Fish
With the fishing season now
comiag Into full awing, new sche-
dule prices have been declared.
Coming into effect from tomor-
row the schedule lists the follow-
in retail prTiee per lb. for freabsh
Kingir ish, Grouper. Rod FISah,
Snapper, Salmon and Codfish 20c.;
CavalU, Carlte Bonito, Ancho, Pam-
pano and Zelwan (aiol) l6c.; Roo-
candor, Moonshine, Barby, Butter,
Paoua, Barracuda (Bechin), Crocro,
Mullet, Brocet, Palomet. Grunt,
Dolphin, Domino, Boochum and
=o Ue.; Tarpon, Herrings,
Blanohe, Cutlass, Ghar, Ballahue
and all other sea Ah except shark
Se.; Shark c.; Shrlmpe (1) Large,
not more than 48 to the pound, 24c.
(iU) Small, havlai more than 45 to
the pound 15c.
Crabs, live, perW o. (nett weight)
ilc.; Turtle, fresh: steak SO., Fins
20c.. stew 16c.
New prices have also been fixed
for liver and heart from locally
slaughtered cattle. From tomorrow
they will ke sold at S3 cents per
lib. each. Under "Pork" the price
of 48 cents per lb. has been fixed
for le*. loitn, thighs, shoulders and
tall, and 3$ cents per lb for feet
or bead.


Indians To Discuss
Welfare Plan


The "Sunday Guardian" under-
stands that plans for the forma-
tion of an Indian Welfare Board
to take care of the social welfare
problems of the Indian commun-
ity in Trinidad will be discussed
at a meeting to be held at the
India ',lub next Sunday.
The question of adult education.
social welfare work and other
subjects relating to the, Indian
community, it is understood, will
be discussed with the intention of
setting up a body which will tun-
dertake such work among Trinidad
east Indians. It Is felt among
prominent Indlan- In the com-
munltv that In the past too much
Importance has been placed on
political organisation which have
failed to provide any economic or
social uplift to the people.

U.S. Senate Considers
'Simplified' Tax Bill
WASHINGTON, May 6 (AP).-
The "streamlined" tax Bill, unani-
mously approved by the House
yesterday, goes to the Senate Fi-
nance Committee on Monday. Sen-
ator George Democrat, Georgia,
chairman of the committee, said
he and the other Democrats on 0he
committee were .dispoed to go
along with he House version Of the
hll which Is expected to relieve
30400,000 taxpayers of the Irksome
job of making out the present corn-
plicated federal return.As I
SOCIAL WORKMR FBAIBED


Tribute to the excellent work
done by Miss Audrey Jetfers for
the social improvement of the
community was paid by Sir Harry
Lue. British Council representa-
tim, last Saturday when he form-
ally opened ttl Youth ReeWatlon
oentre at Marta HO ..


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U.S. Priest

Concludes

Soviet Visit
By RaNtY CASSIDmT
MOESCOW, May tAP).-The
Rev. father tanlaus Orleman-
ski, of Id Massachusetts.
descrlbedNMatal Stal as "very
fren dlapo toa i the Ro-
Imn Ct0"W Ot Ornn, Winding
up a 11-day vislt to the it
ltlhopl the Polish-American priest
said Catholicism would remain the
religion of Poland and that "stalin
will not tolerate any tranqe-
slons in this regard."
Father Orlemanki lauded the
Russians as a "wonderful people"
and Stalin and Molotov as "great
men." He expressed thanks for the
"democratic reception' he had
during his visit, which he con-
red was made as a guest of
the Soviet Government.
Father Orlemansldl, who is pastor
of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary
Church in Sprirgfield, conferred
with Stalin for the aeoqpd time
yesterday and later broadcast to
the Polish people assurances that
Stalin had no intention of Inter-
fering with their internal affairs
includin. religion.
The Soviet Press did not publish
Father Orlemanskl's statement,
but did reprint the text of i
speech he broadcast over the Mos-
cow radio yesterday to the people
of Poland. That address contained
the same *suranoes concerning
Stalin's attitude toward the future
of Poland. but did .ot include the
phrase that Stalin was "very
friendly disposed toward the Romvn
Catholic Chureh." His references to
religion In that address were con-
fined to the following: As a rell-
Rion It was. Is and will continue to
be the religion ot our forethers.
Friendly recentlon of a Cathole
nrlest by Marshal Stalin should
0onvinee you of It.*

U.S. Makes Plans
For Puerto Rico


WASHINGTON. May (AP).--
The special Puerto Rican sub-corn,
mittee of the Bell Insular Affairs
Committee of the House will meet
on Monday. Representative Bell
(Democrat, Missouri). chairman of
both groups, said President Roose-
velt plans a long range programme
for the island. He will probably
set the date for the appearance of
Mr. Harold Ickes. Secretary of
the Interior, for Thurday, May II
Mr. Ickes will probably be ques-
tioned on many matters of vital
Interest to Puerto Rico and is ex-
pected to make known his view
of the long-range planning pro-
gramme for the Island.
The meeting will also probably
discuss the proposed joint sason
of the Bell omminttse and the
Senate Committee tor the terri-
tories and Insular affairs, headed
by Senator Ohaves (Democrat,
ew Jersey).
Monday's meeting is also expected
to give final approval to the sub-
committee's report on Puerto Rican
molasses which Is now ia process
of being written after an Investi-
gation of the Island' molasses
situation.
INMATES ENTERTAINSD
Members of the Arya Stree
Samaj, accompanied by Miss Dora
Ibberaon. Social Welfare Officer,
visited Chacachaoare on Wednes-
day last and entertained Inmates
there with speeches, song and
gifts. -
INJURWED
Bhoolle. a woman of 0ane P 1m[
Village, arON4, was 6019t0
the colonial Hosp1tl
suffering from Injuries a ssaaet
a truck accident. Her .oditk t
reported to be serious ,


FOR' SALE
Londs at VerdVat I. "
different rices per acre. Ar. M
iver and Blanehlsu se MaftX"
owing through the RtaM *m4
North Ib 3OOth.
Apply C. CONNELL,
'Phome AuaM 1.


Britonas Loan Dogs
For War Sermvice
lONDON. May I (Reuter's2.
-MIse than 7,000 of Britain's
do owners have offered the
loan of their pets ftor war ser-
vtces. War d are chlieft
used to ua iromaesa
military in Asta s many of
them of a secret nature. They
can scent a intruder 100 or
300 yards away and ito this way
act as the eys and ears of the
mn on sentry Mduty on the
darkest of nights.
They have also been used on
patrol dutts and as rescue dog
to take the wounded for medi-
at services. The use of them
dop means a big saving in
manpower and the War Office
has appealed to people at home
for mome more of them


More Money Asked
For Lend-Lease
WASHINGTON, May 4 (AP).-
Presildent Roosevelt asked Con-
IreM today to appropriate 3A,60-
70,000 to extend the lend-lease
programme for the fiscal year end-
ang June 0. 1948&
He also requested that any un-
expended balances of previous lend-
lease appropriations be made
available, which would make the
a tO for New York $7,18.,-
I Reuter's reports that the
President's appropriation re-
quest is to provide the Indus-
trial products required for the
production of 'planes, tanks.
guns and other war supplies in
Allied countries, and food and
other agricultural products re-
quired to maintain the rations
of their soldiers and war work-
er.]


Air Bt Prevets

Nazis Running Truims In Italy

mM&"UMW AUno Am IoCK XADQOAR
IWft. MP 4 ,-The SA& Sle tiMrSUMait U MA iMR
the Geem~ausf em oik Kiag a albeWuim sin feos APift Ia fpc- the Fim-
et oHl De, 1 miles norm of amt. to tie 00th1* fTWA area,
MfEtr>-OW0e**a Johe I Cansos% V. & MA Ai rPaWs COman,
ma Wv --


i ja tht Tactical AIr tWce
-t have kacG d 40t all the
'jStr ht yard in central Italy
nl d the rans e=m a
ISy I0thare um aaiy

ea two through rail tirA |
SN pr eiemt batle loan, the
a biyi ft Ung their cargoes
a s t M e tate *ut lhn s andt
by esepisyiny =astsl and road
traiuportation. aomad "eep the
bmont wag a n IMted supiea
but Wen the Allied land trs
atoe again the result tof the
strangling sir campaign would
siew. General m annoti said.
iRstara qoIes Litun. (n
eral Ir ee r. Commander
of the Mediterranean Allied
Air ore, as sa1" that lut
month. 46.000 ore were
town. and the bomb load was
some 30,000 tons That i four
times as many sorties and seven
times as many bombs a a year
ago. Oener'l Baker said that
during the past month the Mie-
diterranean forces hai n out
mere than 650 lberators and
Mync Fortresses in the air at
one time.)


Visitor Praises
City's Layout
Mr. L. C, Hill, English expert
on local government, told a "Sun-
day ouardtan' reporter yesterday
that the lay-out of the city of
Port-of-Spain reflects creditably
on those responsible for It.
Mr. Hill. who has been general
secretary of the National Associa-
tion of Local Government Officers
since 1900 and is a director of the
International Union ol local
Authorities, arrived here Friday
night on his way from England
to Jamaica.
His services as an adviser on
local government were secured for
Jamaica by the Colonial Office and
he recently submitted .4 report
containing recommendatons for
reform which are now being con-
stdered by the Jamaica Legisla-
ture.
Mr. Hill told a "Sunday Guar-
dian" reporter that hlie will submit
to the Jamaica Government a
scheme for training local Govern-
ment officers.I
FOR CELEBRATIONS


LONDON. May 8 (Reuter's) --
Radio France at Algiers says that
(kGeneral Charles de Gou;le arrived
In Tunis by air this afternoon for
tomorrow's celebration of the first
anniversary of the liberation of
Tunisia.


TOOTH BRUSHES ARE I
AVAILABLE it means that your dealer
out of stock-emprari/y, because of the w
You may be assured that we are doing
that is possible to replenish his s,-cks
well as the stocks of all dealers. Will y
please keep this in mind? If you cannot
your Pro-phy-lac-tic Tooth Brush toda
you might get it tomorrow.
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Nazis; Escapes
.---
LONDON. 1emS 0 The a.5.0* *to.khol restef
toUl tedw hew Dane eutOwtutd
tWe ermaus and got away with
it Thu atl afM from a Dan.-
tsh ud round a ewMpaMer.
A Oertan boat budwr to the
surprise of his ftnlsds agared to
make fast mOtorboat for th
O aU a. He Wa wM d itn advance
and e\ry now Sal then they
came ow to se how he was
getting e.& and t" admIre his
erafamanelilp.
WhenM the boat wa ready for
delivery, the boatbuilder took hist
whole family ou with him on a
test vOya and IMa se" n
auain. The German,. who cnam
for the boat. were tod that the
pamMeners all weemnd In high
soirits as they aped off at great
spwed in the direction of Sweden.

Badoglio Tackles
Food Problem


ITALY'S SCRrr CAPITAL.4
Mav I AP)-The new Italian -
Oovernmnent has embarked on a
rotramnme to solve the problem J
of feedin the people. Marshal |
Badogllo appealed to the farmers
Of Southern Italy to turn In their
wheat to Govemrnmenti at fixed
Drices which he promised would be |
fair. T'e proritimme In general
Is a c.ntlnuitiRtlon of the system
of Ftscismt. but Badootlio told the
farmers under the new regime it
would be honextIv and fairly ad-
ministered. As M. OGullo, the Min-
ister of Agriculture, is a Commniun-
1st. that tarty Is expected to play
an Important nart In the job of
winning he peasants over to the
olan.

Two British
vipiomats H-ere
.Mi J. V. eiowute. head of the
ilishh S ulth Alicrical LUepar.-
nen 0of tiWe l'oetign omce, aud
au. H. L. 1'O-~~~,00mu>iki~l>PlI~l \
L'ounsilor aiq tse luiiti halioasy \s'-
Rio de oJaiilro, arrlv'dl Uin \
k..oiory krit-4u 1 1ilg and are ue \
Nuesta of HIN L.xetletlcy tile Act- \
ig governorr a. Uoverinmeont
aouse. \
Mr. I iowiner. lthe "Sunday
Ouardlit."' uuloersta1u. Is OU iUs &
way to visit n tis b taJ y a tpise-
sea V na ieAsv t4 Aiu0 b lecan tepui)-
lis. whit Mr. hawor" Its Pro-i
oeuInl to tau up a new aplpoint-
ment as MIni.t,er i his Majesy's
rorc4leal Service, m
AT 73, HZ ENJOYS
PERFECT HEALTH ,w'l


HAS KP T FRIC K ROM
SCIATICA FOR 18 YTARI
Tnirty-flve years asgo this ssptua-
genarlan si I lplesa with scia-
tice, Then he Iheard otf.Kruschen.
Since that da. he has enjoyed per-
fect health. liers ic his remnrk-
able story :.-
"Thirty-five years ago. I had a
severe attack of sciatica, and could
scarcely move for t.iout six weeks.
Then I started takin, Kruschen-
about half-a-teaspoontiftul every
morning in hot ter. In few
weeks, I got rid (f Ifit awful iilt1
In my hips. I have takeni Kruschan
every morning since. I have never
had to consult a doctor siner. I
and amn still in perfect health
at 73 years of age, which I can
only attribute t taking Kruachen
every morning.". T. A
Most prieple grow old long before
their time because they neglect one
vital need of health -the need of
Internal cleanllness. eventually.
they start the hralthy Kruschen
habit. Then, probably for the frst
time In their ltves, they start -f
tin rid, every c&y. of all waste mat-
ter from the system. The result
Is renewed health and vigour. Ail-
ments vanish. youth returns, and
life bi',omes really worth living.-
(Advt ,)


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M deU3 t' 1 U, fB ackpol D e l u e d ninemnyo the dcIidenre the sevowd til eaed.e- t nt -- 1... goL..n te...nC.staet I--sot ON-- P-t




earned thearimplaye On5t Tn ad W... ,L, Hem?8 hb iSSS, - T I.3mmift r' aE
i .inas e was matala Card.0fwinhe To .. LaytoU11lPnanN.. 460.
01d' .bs 0s Orphanater I h.leae R Brton s coredin th(re firs h w.R .. a AWa erers tRAis Mac o please



Z M a. Ase'c vllhel wheletadlSrt ns mt half John Sampton wara goend .e ^.i ?*tn b nl.l. p but n th e e o rtnwene ix. as 4Sft4 MAoIN 8QUABsE POrsGeT-OFsi ft &
wd t he lead wh witd, OrpanamgaloShot intoon codn tne fsor rhe SAnde d County tI VI n B rherefore order, ear In.ectrcide (1 4







1 * tn2 nlp hte by r.-he riIeg t. o i andt t.earson were Blacpooliw it eag compeon cIn .lA
filory ed pwt y, a. pied marksmen, Pearson'otl l g l came .an A ston he iln fre t w perM e eiupr b bete gi .....1 dnet on Siundaoy wa1 a tree braitt1g "e .lwW A-o,.d uw f ..Me
!p 00 god litlr (lb to the .re o p fmSa a wsapass rDrillpl b L xT.rna t e I .. -..t
0I DPI r 'W .RII ~ of many international teanr :. ----Wr^nm ,n---"-= +.. o.?,,,,,. rot out .'-- --**:-- i y~ear-old St. Mary'a.Couege sUident Hlere' the8 .leotifc wavi '" '.^S
mliau tlt laokW thr uul to n the Leagus North stands n T T. so ou h ls o ng a -
k-nte-reiaclnI nl .ith .3 points each.u butoorat Btih too 1 U$O 1 '" """' e exe e of _uto. po ex S aci ; m it TootiSEt ra
01 btSw bootl k 1 Wlal m t h e tee weh di gnaplofnte p with a l r ly.w BnWtINr ANLiWtb Club At the r nge Grkne ep" m n pot he lfl ed U V'l, TA i ll I
m th1 Clon ents.o. th lar oal rouln o g Ktrasndad aceBt r o1v e i 4 o r1 tn wi d o --w h Tg.t. lb b11 Rawhada ln rueint c he ir p angh.Me
an and Arms around time W *aen clned on Mhe knocke r for 32. b~ of threTng Ion a tirz-llln accer RSpeAc rtO NLYt&dBUSRNERS LET..
o afthiei on. lMindlg n f AstoVll as ont their fir gae m at atKesigtn o this aftenr-m 0ouwr b MvwaSu" heihe WDwinninwereeMr. sNoun ond
Eaapslant ,d maintainedt hearo-.esponsible oKa bn seveA lla ienid o1"Marine. MODERN FUfR new OVENS "tlNI





ib i dfd nt0 brei& home vingeory, L eac Northa p cdnof ab hichotTh so ide agasi0 North in the an- M Myl wickets t.oa4. .. .





; *orttonal i here them. 'ar- Lelu WCTI teams were Incl-ded. null North-S.'uth East Indian R. "iKhI c Coz~r b WIIIU I ........ --- "- -- Mmt he_: tty atf "pettef himll t N. M et. ViNewt t1eet Port-wf-Sl n M-
Ddtne4ffewsn ac t adfwe O Atn0 t. ieplk n t 2 0;= "M........ S OD tr iedhedtoA equNOa llse.di


3StlSS iatagt ehO r hrlllane More than 30.000 watched Hlbfa- cricket match at te Oval o, Ma t . TNuy s b t e airle will mN a Alla 0 0 004 |0 the daersd eHr t hemhsesons drsTents d
kehiep W i not oVer- ain erotelda Clyde 5o 2 t ne the E m4 r pi rhe b-t S.i' a l rnld home,.. i retyorrCi n 9hoardi n w illhy 9 ule l mLin d TUE LA S DESI NS O l r C lA OR





* bad w to aulat oa10 Scottih 8outtiern league em This match seryes a two-fold iiir- ^ *"" i'r, c ...zr r 1 y I n m ot n atrlr. .^ h e an e fdae* a alb* f i h M
thesOr-KA1011141jie~ O open mini--eoreoot1- ~ ...........Cup..C.icdket





hi w e ei: i fafimnls,30 d advinu e s leTo the filnl1 ose. Beside the beauty :.l R oal "Ae rnt st .....a...I.....I the Sunday nd Netba Le e ss eql t Il





nxTlANnK "lulmuj Ionso. -ier- against Glasgow Rangers le-x.. inh >sah iv- P~ 1** -- cmeiin nteQensPr ^ fitI^ .., .^
sild ters p i het, hp flteirs. A sanr team wion rmatur the Nortro hyas IDad. fr s letb IaoMy .G. SAA60o'oRAkIO *mo rn.





Agt ei ans eS yviarnedC theonthire 1Stf yer utani player onh ^^Eo T rsso -Iniani da- do (y ................. .-st w 5avannah G diIav Sc. ored n- Tolet P
whin rmnd blwaindbupo sooig aw m nyrol







Wstle UMwo and Oer Willhams. North-Eoeti Lgare Mlhetor up wta ll also be a iected. n o .r h t Me tke andg-rant FYe"M a,
OPPAtIAO B ly. Prnce p nlla. w Rangdr e f ohetn pofarodu f . 54e cd l ub t i hl asg R a . *afY Orphayagehouldo.Jadoeexcneee aiMyb ank o R d t ofathe St."Andrdw'seCount




ulcu dot nt CedpoI i t Vrle lraetn aton's th oi t al ame mstca result a Tth w noB .... ,. ... C r fnse. trs ........ Captains of clubt are ths ed mC Ci w hhoeso h n 50 ail perIn. Comnllan t
with 34 te expense ofscoret Sporting-allssatidhethen-t Extras











fri B A lacked thEr U 1 o e f Klmanraide naio na on C. Persaud dCapt. S Lemaroo, A.d year- rt : S i i S submit m s of the r orloa aorera fornd r lS t l ANTACh ID PiD, ..el au e sa T E HtI
I y: Vr D*nvle k 13 Hassanili. F' Hakanali. Super-oth rmAn .W...ah... h e l ea their wt al t o the I deta rfcrres. 7I l*g rBuILTt eNT HE e L T w eTDESe-C mny ad




Widatoy ....nc rhn---.--: -- sad. 7. Mohamed, J. G->ir. A, Mo-I --- ..4-. -- Mr Ci Ouerra_, e/o L.esleho~ld llldi Brllc ~t~tlAaSt dklltl """* ^ "^^^" "
ha n.det De Verteud l Seat ouhSY.rh. E f RIth Radhy, en pd ort io rn
Bh " 1- e P.A ,t C e .wardiff 42InTeamo nt I baAl Aa M ee w T AVi oria D.pperu uy t h e
Psote b t n f efeem cf th ttalglWeisSna Gadanto respondento Pofie.deni at India tt Te Chhaon plain hef ac tua o y eitn C u p-Criyo
ilen Inch ;e -k. hut spectalard a tptow Jwrhihnwou Brii r uin Un tdgn n vic ib TONIeroTh A ls *tC G A E




ip.-Haharoan, MMr. 0. BaasantI jaU ml er ,e dtni Io yrearnt r- 1*8 lotaIN iNG S
Outtliedi ow nrdo dadngratulted fo the lU etupight a TAa Ma i t i eIsond MIG E Mo le 2sm 4rrwthhinehsT- lldtd o s ..d nSa
NIsl ay, o I anod th U Jther illi easy Thi Brame s e eatedti the ... ..ie w ll mMLead aw ingf l perido It he thre fnm g c, on Forno. ndT. orfoRnI, AT
taasoeerdphm o r- eagen et. tehtmpin J.r inl. nuahleJrh-rth Es InOi a ln Mimy~Itl ~z Wl0liani 4, 2 b~l5s 1115 walot 5 "IS ''hel at N. 6S.V+mtStet ote-yl
"" lv, f...or" her, br,,,, n-- Mares than ,0.000,w, ,hed. Hiber. cricke m athatthel O-val oi M ayer 'tea,~ no .epr.senTODAe'S NITeAL Sest i pi MBRI a Nf T.rar so dbl
iOilyH e r Iswi= Its. 23e c .N Circwl JmtT- ateun1or Kn.priBak1rtwdaw a nm s reslve
ooedaP whik-bas nt .v.- by t -__:rnotie wiy lie tern 14e ef aCurgrainst n, y 'ter i r hal ee h
Aastowe i at r o. Vlla Sou thile t Eaga Bsex hall. chJo erveSamtnwaotiure A R4 hapion and.......U AEDAN iRtut I
Tu* e tamsweire:idrpinaeIeso nd addevm ancit the. ia rs.b sietebaifloac1.GlAlcen e','r b Knogtsoutture of..5 th e Sund AynLdl e w'sNeutyalLau









s tg hI red tho es.igto f Dr Pe nartsgnw erel c up t o' he nat owib a play PTr PERSWmeVoAnt u 'sNCE USTre I arBn F RAN e Om
iilmle romintedh Sylandailledmi n r tfirst, matc Wo te VS ctlc feorni The iollonsiEg E are the ..ures to on e ,Wi b o r dt 0 ywkt....ll.. iliS at 1tinSe i F IN S and thatSve toat
ill a g tone ieana s oreapa s roS n M Lattews, it e playe netohin. ...wdilbl nondmatorO B. 1- CLUB of ARIMAsf rhend the urroundteg
PlayAhouldc be eedMinch eninotoruUmI r





orPfp Aom wtaoveryhe Lranes iNp riarlsbad vs C Krnkraut: b. rocket Competitionl- alrs be w ltl reA spending tTaer o n ,itcw
Dick. lnsr ehpn or L Adizsn anj Romait y a nEr exh am areisultd trn aspie w a a ilacmngr D LAndrMis C.S.Wiollmt a.as b p o.
tl DAA The retsekedm hI teheitotslalth P*inIthe'LeagueN or t ths tdin'hfrIti ct..e...s a .t 17 Captains of clubs are askod
andn the an Houing fh 34e i ntsp e achss uto BathwtookdPersaudeT Capt. ad.tS Samaroone A. pt-'lo inStendsrto s.... theOiDHD-I





t day: M arebey A DnesWlilayo they 3lgec.min hasi pWei' regrtt It.u c ----t---sBi. '. A YIS a thba stotheS to aereareoun e that due M&U U
ot De er e i n t te u goalave e ats ofe. Alle nd H.itfi Phrldi T. 2c. Jamacar for2,th el.ha fo B1l acwhn. a rse h te sh




lmottat llUn in Chhdwlas dClaaot b, Oaho lmce Ma it PSurrSe o; T.E. I. .C.C. it he ginsIr Itr7Dp eo Im eitl kodBe wI It mao dv el OO
Quam.shi e Thesci committeeowhich ma te oe BRANCH





-. '~'S'. ,,. 'g.^;> Ia- ahaman,., s. o. . Jmica~'^~ wil send dow two VII TOY*beM, eu
ASt hde ~ lsedteta. first ofh e fatePlgs ert s tr Csanda Mt. L. M edspnputcng. coistsn for the e TrinAC. wintoe O o
for the league JW8stC up ightae gt Uni.et e colani-lWeportsrno3beoheldsatathe
We c ranmod pondentula redsendaytrchampion. _May_6________ OT.CFl ot nnMyi0ndg24.rutswhich Dincu edaone sixnandAt1an-XTReRDNAR and MET. afN4





,,liso lun i an Shenr Mda y C-cernafte r an k ed en ne e hRsa nl arGa ve n o reAS sen tatdI NinGth flat 're MEMBERS ONLY. CAoRMA, and Manare g




elAN lENANDOMayan Lanesnusslenitchel rthe. temwilbenliraaIn
othg nk ad eeol ug h ill-ay' Tdib y amemarson white lib. etrn-stinBaileryiBakeradanpdLwerfusiPJosephb__._dgest"_"totTRINIDADNDUSTRIES, _Li




Ca ent t n ldth ero x d t g kannert "b CLAS CHdee 8 TO xllRNY SeBhefareld sI Sta.oi Joseph. th e ii. 10o 0 an 20 yr ds S *t-T
'Ib a tshredope b I lat S theor vS1. c te ull:C~t Th olub aeth f. Thre toe-ie iteenw



IIW tweyh a deu o 'lork in s the o dtrhe fllow it Fran k linand re r of 3.0,
If holy Sclia oreba r wil l oerth an oes N hanrl .00badty c hKernk traut: cricket Cmpatch titelon M Cua caR.willpben s lh en ding a re ro-RRL oIS f = 80da










Lo thi d Ocenh-, bye for. '^A'diviwsion altGisdlloneet.rti. enre. talwo a be a ten oI would be on MONDAYD. 15th .
star~^H~o. S1 ^^ South^^M ^.&. America acesH in r1ce4. ________________
laeshoat wiphar* go od n theother-SPECA L truce ClydeTOMORROW t len1.K Rrh Csi rn EagleitNobSrnuttherna-agetml Xfes. he is al ii r a......a.... eI .-n. na motn itr nteriandro hrsaalbeh aes










ailn Pea n reg C sd h inh as, an d. Je d el chs nothounnam po wl dseBst cartia r oianoelyet T e n oelliteneds t s s h the 1un- ql 5 -
beatNCl thi o poa. ne. nt seri e oint d rted b ith angers olire ata. Spti ar e T. Cl.arc, recordive forues h re kdtu m be ltt Wr egio ret rstIs o n ounc eat du i
whn, ,soatCinhresther i AWi n -i n nthe firs t maktcrC hes cot fae artPaise E vUa Talerunain-st Clar a aE W To I ND A ntofai
we Wihpll e and cAOgese th llatnomrt h Electin foLtR TlurMicha llapwitla .Sl Doetreoyers youen, g stero JandCarte ofh orr0. bbig blepe n oourB aNCH daW:
Cly s Ba rclatifay. PrinchiCpfinhatl.s P stfl gartsbtomeor-Cossacka Peas nagerei oIn the B TrinAdA d wONil l w s .T


O.Alet Tob C PnY lly h Hard ar otafn d.lra duhetordB Yco I On R. J e. ln ja Ftheas H
Du'I fVtiSO N Raltow veiIO t pm. at the Wetr te by ll. ers ti- Ban Buldns. Danesl.I v Riin Sr at N r- Ta a. A M A


n Telretr nmwill b onld athe to sephP Unon EASY MS, pBginersatand#Dvauawhe Ta- rc nP a lf h r t l a p ane
SBATA CPar GAll M embera ofthc y 1ubStlersat Tun EEap a rWn, A.VE t or mEn3 lict fh eac orers for H ead wo udee thioel







.y ---- -, --- one" you -- "fod For full 'otcuo con-c --- -----KBM'--''--'--' K .... .odTb t -- 'a
Crsen ELECTIesCAtLknnrB TREATMNStI ORE yn Shefild a~ite StJoseih. Thlafe. theemile o ora eventiti t rTT ^M&,rrc tre.%
ar : MalvMAern ast C he ssCuibT h tea m to rep r eItors. G3thIi h ornl ace hone re1resentative fromi Ir iim i.T :,,^ i, .... in anSi
= Y. Defianc v CO8ITTOrh n- slid, Z. Mohame, J.- ur,. A i-f, f Nr^wulio-^~xnv Mr Cyi l chterm__. co eseodrFimindigestion1^iidstos-- Hes It toimeiteyp-- smjo evlp



BE'D lyde, d le i .n Bletd s asd folow:.wllbeselecteromtE h- Trinidha d, ae nSu ae, orMl,
S *kinlrand Orentl.a, dby i. Alpae ai ade Rine A. R yWetiB bnIlwkao, buW the"e"-wa.oul reon MOND AYh e 1tCa-h
Ihe swa wnf L o g artimondcammite.onewhc h l Trinidad cycle-teamt h ot ate t be S h] s


D .,iVSIO game fro m C, Lee 5 P wi;, V. y r s, L. o rck e tatle wOi have t h bW 'beu r K,.a feel lie WibES 1, 1 A44.
Cost a yrl aerah i tt, n ggamess Thomasandhrone. e n d Brith Ulans,
9alPichaoveeto.conidclddetthemUtIr-ial/ hi u V isas, B-ileaa. i.....
wleD eetdFON eaS HEALTH row.or e-P n-Se n, .on two i rathanoea-lydate.

A.Joi AllyTe H Ecotho Bi RVJEeadWNS OWN eePrinceletStreet. T'Phoneelb
,H +' l telga--, 0 anrV.Jka fl : overhl FoW.HREEFIVrtoeTEN An c'heir ,= eiasu age h P e~..
J g MDCALuns. MASSdGE scoed th reiteL.E.aMo thamed.toyc.C.orLthoe,14. iCONG
colonial and Wilobelela ts.h against. PthoelattFerrndplayeran


prwn chmin .8,QLheoa odn May 20 i a.n..d 24l i ,bt ill
sum" Gloarir ..uw" vuouunun Mnday vlrnlllr after a keei TeMaagmnt of thaen pre B. aR AUveCOn-tefa hi mW aaigM
CAN44ENTRACT47NG COMPANY he avesdcdd.oBID il tM es I ftEMBRieSt PODCTLY.TR


and 1. G.s i. _eah Noarlb..wa...ld.oadrawMithellJunirKng,,aily, BkerandLewi an






(ReE S I gisteredmHMEhilek C.en half hourabefFanlmeahs-
thehenthroun Lgatesstartto-A yobata defeated .Sio te E ES R adu OfficeePhone
day. FIXTmonthly fOMOTRREEaFIVEosrintEYAR-wjhee0wnd20yrds PERStEVEikRwANC o-orFIED ndCS
7W GO 11410 rope btA Safr v F W Derf on;T e you can g arth ff..~e ordv.Forfullparile nte4 ar dscontact
ELECTRICAL TREATMENTS PlnndngaundRegisteJ.Good sng Vilae, s. anFrdf il cand io
MEDICAL MASSA E v Aou Sbite p tyed this Secrnigetar, 830 .or'hne17
Ble ,wnoer tR eaM nesFNT, F F ad s C Kend) u: Estr oe
hWPanigadHoursing ohSave 4 to spmca hesOura~t ildie X marius uri e vSi-Unio.h sOA~xA p Ra Backach

..sfer fo tyoaueng ivtsater anmeldCarmter f .G. inomletGioHnofurBRACH
t 14 se t knnr a1uemesof. tns e club.nStroals l er,.s at Tunapu'a: WinchesterbP Ass ye


amincaused by pileso--do% t ai Wmo'vU ey w7 autriomSt *Gag"thi" odwIWa w 4-wbA
anill pile s(hamorrhola) reach '1, a e m*M ft4aid to I ilim=I
"ucha ,terrible state that a sonis a bind aneilliem&wombeyeaSMI.
opereon may be aneoss. A. 4u.d 09deolmredPbidw
your ebem isiall about this aeelbe
remedy. He knows the IngreIents 40 M rlgodILPovid"to4W o e m yarss ____PDond-
mclentificremedy Is am" as anaaj I-4-11O2M a soerm loss huillwikeeff
show you. too. tlbespecial Jus1 i idabs 11111iaenaoM e
NIUOMT eator fed o each tube of-l
WE us Zan whichmake i.he wnat this i buinly Is ida
BINLISS FUL~lYK moothing. boslln ,ungueit aieai .
and memplo.
Man En Cin no ordinary ointmeLt. 4, A llUtbidiee, ress -aim.Inhp M mdo
Iti s prepared for thle purpose lRIUSS Gnau wausl, hml iutN l ais.lo dlog& *lIn 1
-to end the Irritatio. allay the assibis an" so"ebinbleed momsane d
Inflammstll and'donkaltely banih* L1':M k beeniawarded t
plies From the very irst appli- tp5Uodlb tk il
cation you foci the irritation sami *l ses enasd is bof bnl mia
inflammation endig Uad If yeou [ i s d l f **an "ilid
will only oe seve0ver more tUfor m i alW
.., you-beItortured wb ,the is.ema mo.U, MAiMod ftaiI
Aft. M 1~ BPile Rieesis #1111 b7WadI"NI
V~jO A *V I 0 m*lte Ubeasadibsr lb. e
splendid rmnipdr -
ManZani.1 "---" ,+ .1"'"

PILOT SEMIDY' 0





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MUT AT Owmlult ATr I"NA


ad Savamnah Clash Boxing North.Suth Cricket Match
iger Semi-Final Today To Aid Nationalist Party


SU SamBr .al-Sal betw, ee n n a4 a eWADO bay George. ON M
---Hbowler ands t-tlnle b at oa wtl4 iW t1 In yo ungand pmtoWC oueson uarensed. awt. and
Stouter mI aXinst a ta r-studded MNorthn eomination in a ekricke
"ortoPrinces T w ja t I Ski n ar ank a 1. The match i being p layed Nm Doid-Fevck
^^^ hj~ect By.T ^HB^ ^^ ^H^ "IOf te W01fant Fund of Vw ea ~t Uxdftn Nauoal party o Rm e al D~avi e Acy" t
committee making Orion".
~SE Red Cross timS,-S uSoe ILU.'Visa"StrWeO.
^ h n-eto e*H 'I nts for the engagementoam- ,, --
S.-.drn w with 4 r's the Hon'le Roy JoSPk A| \ f
"Wr setiom WW Councillor V. C. Runs&= and
X o rick Couneillor Dr. D. T. Ptt, Mr. ......
[] d 0retion Club[ i -"- A. Noel. Mr. R. Donaldon and | IA n. V* *L
a5 severe Pr^e Town will be" S the-- ^n I&l w Noel Allei'ne. 106wlflH
M o-th "e Ah Princeo Town wil have the hoa- enrthernA noningent will
our of seeing many of Trinidad' Incle favourite j. ey, -.
s- o i feature in t Goed cricketers in action aWt. youul Ivan Aolne and e i c
SDod The ocaslon will be a Red Crot Sarkar: the colorful Fred Per. p i
r,.- a match in which a Rahamut CUp re- m 1uon. Rupert Tang Choon,
nttv emwill e"c wtlash iha l1OItueroap ho, .-
Inta-. [reaenatve' team wll lhb with a -s yUhley. dapper Andy Oanteaame. hnday Guardiitan CerrMMatdeL
K MATCHE8 Pr Tovn eleven studded with Yd K ht, Cooper,
tthe fixtures for sta ron the Knolly's Rereation A chootoy Kennght ftestra. CHAGUANAS, May 6-Playing
a" S. m tC.l. --rd.or aIn the fifth round of the Khfn
.~ heSt C I5PlS'n the Princesi Town team will be Opposing these stalwarts are Cup cricket competition opened to,
Wilfred Ferguson, popular city all- MeDurity, Arnold Dur-ity, the vet- clubs In the Chaguanas Ward, g.
rounde- Chatterpaul Persaud, t. satie ...as Constantine. Seibert A, of Adonis smashed up 106
Fe pranco Printei- Constantine, 0. Roach, Sookal Ie.al.Ur Cardu ..ymandr s m rcharuns against Warrenvi. C.C,
Shift: Md-'t Samiaroo and the Radhay brother; Aleyn and S onny "eo t, thus being the first player to score
vs. while ,.he Rahamut side will be led A x Mohamed--MacAls.ter WP fred. Al laying i 1 tssason.* c
by 'Mr. B, )regory and include AtApexPohameky Av.. ad ao.Wilfred Aiplayingmasterly cricketIhB
bye. Tonmmy Liddelow and Ellas Constan- Th gay ia s hedaule tdI o egiregistering'his -entury, which in.
tollo win ga ne Met emat10 .. an d jr.ceg of admlsdson eluded six Sixes and eight fours.-
iviay.. dnecored 217 runs in their
FfaW Ptollowing are tl.c teams:- UV are: Stand 36 S aL S2 A *aed by his brilliant diap a
*Mv ans R. R.enown PRINCES TON N C.C.: E. Rad- are: Stand 36 cents af round .'o d7 .. ... ...
JohnSons X; hay. Cat; Radhay, Chatter An eightulboutmateur boxing seconni innings after gaining a
V s uer House;Persuid W. Feruuton. B. Howdr,f An eightout amateur boxing -----irst Innlng'a lead of 53 over
vs west-rnerst 0. Roach, . Hoseli, K. Dookhan. card wUill be staged on E.turday. Warrenvflle. CHOCOLATES
"Guardian.)t S Mohiammed, 8. Samaroo. 0. May 20, on the Apex recreation LoV- S, scores were: Adonis 105 and
etaro iatnt") Constartne. 4. reo.rPround as the Red Cross invasion LaViinglon Cup 217. Topscorers were S. All 106,(1 O
Cap ',n" d~ nt;r iddelE. Cnta'CWrA~ln~~~us i~ tK sls2 n acad2:T hn~o
.... """""RAHAMUT X7 M. 4. Gregory, drive, sponsored t the Win the R: Jaggasar 37 and 21, C. Motal
WNCapt; Llddelow, E. Ctotnsteane, War Association, c'Itinues. R:,Jlgg...........d21, .Mta
ese vs. Renown Li. Ae neS. sy nlman, N. Val-' weight will be taking on South's Suay hammedfour for 40 and three
Svs .Queens ParJ.o R.ondn. N Len ceclevercityfuathe r-a Guardian Correspondent hammed four for 40 and three QUALITI
vs.eAlgiers; Acme leader, C. rOve, A. Haynes. popular C. Raingo In the six-round O,,In for 15.
Sussex-a bye. _____ _____ main bout. PALO ,BOO. May 1.-Bng5n-
----*--- -Both boys will be fighting with Operators C.C. Improved their Chinese Athletic Club To We rertet that at present it -
'WIA Ca *i C icketthe idea of gaining r return with position In the 1944 Lavington Cup inse A etic u
be meeting at h Ca ni Cricket Len Serrette for the title, inter-departmental cricket games Hold Dance On MN'ay 23 tmoo ible to sup:y,
e.hoo m at tAria- McKell gave Serrette two drub- On Thursay by securing an out- HO 0L
'T ua at Tu arni C ae bings, but, k ed out in the right victory over Production C.C. Chinese Athletic Club will hold These CHO OAT
ashl toea at ra- I in tage third bout and lost the crown to They won by an innings and an Empire Day Dance on Tuesday, hs CO LA
R Asked to send a re- S e the whirlwind fighter, while Ramao three runs. S. Miller and A. B. May 23 from 8 p.m. to 12 p.m. att uI shipments ait. b resumed ,,
will t. Guarin orrus dent. put up a gind battle against r- Trim were responsible for the the Prince's Eulding.
mwit dbeplatyedwo oCHAGUANASy May 6-Couva rette but dropped d close points victory each batting a sound in- Chinese C'ub have cricket, foot- on a option permit.
's match to be played n-SnorNts Club,- Dow Village Easdt decision. e nings for 35 an 29 respectively, ball and ladies' hockey teams en-'
m ahs taolst b Aye Snorts Club, Dow Village East decision. Total score for the side was 100 tered in all Important competi- -
CEricket eleven at Indians, St. Mary's and Central Mr. Louis A. Bushe, assistant gen. runs J. Augustine contributed 14 tons.
et a. Raha East Indians, leaders in their rea- eral manager of Apex and chairnin with some attractive lay. -
ai eleven soon. pective divisions, continue to of St. Patrick Win the War Fund, Production C.C. made 68 and 29. SPORTS IN SOUTH T. Gedde Grant Ltd.
maintain their premier position as i organisin th e show, while the F. Cardinal 20, J. McCollins 11 not Trinidad Railway Club commit- Agents
TEAMS fifth round eames in the Caroni bouts are being arranged by Mr. out, and H. Blades 10 In the first tee members will Journey to Sen
on Yuille's Prin.- Cricket Learue concluded on Hector OelLeau (Apex). Innings. F mern tilmornin o
-?. 0. Scoat (capt.' Sunday. The card will get under way at 5 Production C.C. fought hard in purpose of main general arrange-
Hose, C. Jones. Wth just one match to o'clock, and three of the bouts are: their second knock to avoid the ment with Southern employees s -
.illams, E. Chuck- Play in the Chaguanas, Waterloo Len McKell v. C. Ramao-s-x- innings defeat, but Trim and C. regards sports. .. .
imLoper, P. Rafael, F. nd California sectors, clubs will rounder, Daniel were bowling too good for
Gormandy, J. Iatt., strive their utmost to halt the Louis Barradas v. Granville Payne. them. Trim took three for nine
leaders. Jardine v. Woo. and Daniel three for six. J. Rich-
.1 Couva Sports whipped Balmain Other fighters taking part In yards got two for three. In the first
will be selected from Oriental by five wickets thus the tourney will be Lieut. Gordon innings Trim claimed seven wick-
-will bse d ou f roalifying themselves as one of WoolfOrd, South Caribbean Force- ets for 19 and L. Archibald two
to play for young siinlsts Joseph de Caires. St. Benedict for 23. P
ro Customs iround:- the semi finalists and 4 e tar: Sergeant Boyce, of Bowling for Production C.C. i
Stephenstr (capt.): Lm. for 5. R. Valentine 34 not out:. the. Trinidad Coast Artillery; Gun- Bertrand. their captain took five
WSatrc. 0. p. Williams 24 ar.d 13; Johnson Gnr asking. Private Bertie Heath for 30, L. Ryan two for 29 and Every ..
R. B rand C..Of'^ the Trinidad Home Guard and LWhltemati one for 11.
Dove. R. Dottin. W. 14 and 11; 0. De Four 16: E. Fox Pivate Nattie Sealv. Colonv's lqft _
X. Lorcarlo and K. 15 and U. Prescott 11. Kowlsar winer now in Barbados: EustaceMad t Wear
ne for 45 and Maharagh two for Luengo. Baptiste and Kennedy of
*> ; 23 and 2 for 16. Wilkinson's Camp. MEETING TODAY W
wi'l be chosen from Balmain 71 and 94. Lalla 34 and Trinidad Olympic Games Comn-
to play for Modern P. Persad 18. R. Valentine three OFFICIALS mittee wlil meet this morning at
.C.C grounds:- for seven; I. Williams three for 9 o'clock to discuss matters In con-
,ct.nt 0. edeno, j. 22amd two for 18; E. Cuffy two referees: Dr. Jack Diamond, section with the forthcominR Pan
T 1'. Monea s. Leef or 12 and tiwo for 14; and B. Point Fortin, and Mr. A. P. CasU' American Athletic sports meeting
Woen. R. Ro chard. C. Fox two for 19. of Apex. to be held in Bu.nos Aires, Argen-
.E Thomas, I Allen. Judges: Mr. Ed. Johnston, Pointe- tine. The meeting will take place
K M ing.and NELSON VICTOIOUS &-Pierre, and Mr. E. H. (Man) at theol residence of General b-
Moonchn and NELSON VICTORIOUS odThe chairman of the committee,
1 ___ United O.C. of Preysal threw Time-keeper: Mr. J. T. Cooper, Ctaimn o the Hon'ble A. A. Cipt-
qleven of the .ty in the sponge to Nelson of Cnuvo of Apex. tA
Wn"B" at the 1 lans- after beig led by 47 in the first an will preside.
Recreation ground. Innings....
P C.C. will ,tplay ,Scores were: Nelson go and 103.:
O0. wo. piy sGvestre 3o and 2 and S. SURE REMEDY E "
15andm outa outfand 1: J. amdes O DierrIA W
Cricket Club will play noutar 12 and 14; Radeen eOR D EPaIA
",''Illtch at Carebage to- 15 and 15 not out, and James FORC DYbrJErSlA **c ,* w^ s.
c e 26: Bakshfour for 52 and aBaboo- land wisn ees o y De YouatO Mad RwHmM
STransports Cmmand lal six for 34! "as sa b
against Invincible on United made 49. 8. Ramoutar L toantu r eeu s ?5-dy--- for F RM
ground at 1 p.m. three for 18. ,Ba dbotoMlar wttroub le s Ire 0A Dettle of Mosaes Emera'l
b ALOCOL autrA M ID rieity.t O Dt Up Esem-a, arbs- F O R
N GAMES CENTRAL EAST INDIANS WIN souse Of 40 much, dys apie-.ad molli Ite6 And All ktin rupilM This wonderful Heelin s
League Cricloet fix- he "a os s IN tabe mats wALOOL In a Fe w iys OlUsed externalln cy gives
are as follows:- Central Easlt dia cored ypeia and enable mu o en l---- Clte 'llround aid iscaesof
td*, decisive nine-wicket victory over stu'ite ie dtbout teal t w elctsu bruise, acregandtri
OlN Cuumipla Central. ulti L"O ptl ruors' s Thi wonderful nge e.muscles. WOoheinal'Ss
'Batting first, Central scored 9 AL0 L "a rpto,-o a d wn I ows epeoknown allf. -Ca sdian ins safeguards
jilan Recs., R. Titus runs. Top-scorera were H. Thorne Cls bicsrboanat.e ef fc edbismuth.ma.wond as MoonO's sraM M yorfamil stdange of infec.
Smith. 1s, J. Cateau 10; D. Granger and as o O h gS1avef momTt 'e1 0ffi for coughs, colds, bronchial afflictionus f
Clarke 11 each. 5aOresie 00"ther re~ldieft~yl. buth5efcien topthatthhen gpinch'- fo'tioughse odsinteral tI fflicaciousi
St. Ann's. A. Trim- H.Cak1ec. Best C bowlers .a'- *reen t e stp wh one P and smple sore throat.
A. Lewis. were P. Sitahal six for 30 and q. iSm aa nd u A fw applications and the most Omt Clsdian aitnh Oil (rom yot
V. radordNia..th wo or 3.ALOOL ive Prmp reiefandOOOLoA b aplictinsrodmhetos Go CaadinaHalng il romy*
rUSoUe v. Bradford, Niar..ath two for 13. upa s healthy stion. It neutrallieal l-tent case of Eczema ist over odel, o -
and U. Martin Central East Indian replied only th cid ti t stomach. ilvin cO i. seldom to return. NORTHROP a iYMAN CO LIM i i i
.v. Maple, A. Wil- with 124. Successful bat. were 8. ^ nti tot t o the tfreatmeuntof discharging ac wo CANAAs St1iCt 10
4.Ferer. laah 1,R Rcki25. 'In the treatment of discharginge~r
i terreira. Niamath 31, R. Rickh 25: C. O an rin bottle of o or 120 tablet, Ulcers, abscesses and boils it Is
v. Metro, S. Liver- Vishnu 21; S. Mohammed 11 and frot alchemists or direct from thit uuroi elv efficient.
,. Greed. T.. Hcsein 10 not out. AssT t HU:N T Moore's Emerald Oi (full n
fmain ~Batting a second time, Central B At S O--U L24 .L strength) In the original bottle is
4RI5o made S0. 0. Burke top-scored & a9 S' Pt 8 Tida d d by chemists everywhere. For Men
with 20, including three sixes. ____XI
S Ashitonville; L Bru- Niamath four for 14 and P. Sit--
J. u i m hal two for 20 were best balls.
y. lutchinaon' XI, R. The Indians lait the wicket of
4oA. N. Other. j sitahal. who scored 11 before --'____|,|_____ _____ --~_
Vi ordhamn. C. achieving victfry by the big mar- -- -im-t Y R BRA
"d D. Smith. gsin f nine wickets. K. Rlckhl Urge ShientY R B A
B V. Bralford; v. Oibbons made an aggressive YORK BRAND
#elbam. Dow Village East Indleliaslead-
bye. eas of the Southern division. led Beef sausages O SA LE
CarryOn by2 on the first ,n .
FOR SALE nin. but thgame termna. BEDS SPRINGS Pork Sausages _________ .
'1 i-.. ~ abruptly due to umpire's decsdona
of Approx. 165 acres as Carry On started heir smenld We Imer
; rgRead with onsider. Innings.
of d wiver cboundr-nn were: carry on and and sausages HINDUSTAN SUGAR FACTORY
Slull grapefrui0 wo for 13; 0 0 n il =Sand aB4fah
nen Tree ri- I; and R Sitahal i. Bachan.d Sadwleb and 418 Aeres of Fertile Lands
LimeTrees, O R MltO got three for 2L s and Tr, O
ange 25r ung espet -.lMATTRESSE
vUlible Timber, Gravel. n5 respecve.Princ
s-Dow VTlag fettIndian e. I- II Any offer, or inquiries must be oddressed to
o~er moa at pitlelad with B1. amsook 8h ghd~
,tad Sites anden- e brl litrlyfor K rims. DS Diner Mr. D. A. Lourie, Hinduston Estate, Princes
Best bowlers were J. Dettan foTrow.
bahing Face a or 2 j. Rom thr T eBIrN I DI AD Lamb Stew
eight and Raila! two for 34 runs.
bd ral views 8 ncli~e led eupholdets Ut.
u rod.Mr's by one n t first in*nnae S U P P L V 3eef Stew N.,-WII bo pileu4larly aertame In any effer from
--._ cores were Sundilfe N and Geomtad .ao b id -Lbu nos

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S t.' --eapt e .re me bAtf ine. ta e ta re lqte Ami..-' 3OfOITO iBert Stoval'e R"et fruit treeH. 0* the prntih I t ir e are entracist oy her eb t debt s i t bY .Percy Street terae anl exoLept pmn, yesterday, tate ptp4. o f It, Ifliar f
S|y Appl rt WttfJ u4nun noKTa OU1 BINR MAYNR tw bld"'j~-dmt;- a used xm 0'l*>< '1Va11l e *""m atise'tionmbe ordt reb or"'""ht ow" i.;tSt dauCt tdyteo T Pebrk. Mr.o ll a
- AP" in aitt ly S c utS Po .erk tr21St, ..S)Ieiw it Th, situation of ils property nses it 15 Outhrte dt Laundrv --t te properties of tenants ter-e eag, siste of Edna 1anin H
l_ ly indgeoZr- 9a" Sor oe wth1 ware rn. M MAYR. tIsteda ionn csool tr d0
Wt umne e-otu14u'cm un~yd ikuw J.an Odeal place fo Pa stocIkM fuI ~. Between t y--ay 1s. Mt. James nL Offers In writing must be eddtreesd Beatrce. Law. Flra Doar, Etagen, George,
wul atso'esdeu.~re- Mp l g~~'~s usoselg.Calvary Hill and Beb Stret there are 'ra 1t.BLW Is hereby notiae that Ito Mr. 1D. itamitlon ( rae, Solciet~or at1 Lawrence tCan~ada) Fneral ait 4.0 pm.
ad se m dU A 5 I M.AU WIUJM- LWW. Oil. -_0.mt-.3y e I .?ZU-".
"trwaSol.0 a ite. em J AM AJflidhaI 0iM3 "" uSLI.MC eight .res of lard divided iateonet-are man no .uner responsiblsA aor shy debt or "Soserset Honor," no. 1 st. Vincett today from T4 Nb take "treet to All
e oiEtNC o FUI tITUIJ P1o4 So L 4n ILt. on e 5363.--Ma *.nlocl for- bnitd-LA. Aowley on Dm oe. d ebts on t e to my w t c.-o- ua StOree t, Ptf S= asn M .om rosn Ido eso nno S oot inh *c t-hece uen tr Pm
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f ioM EM 3an aD AI R TK FORE woSaLEpIi EDWARD RE tT and AND ann pro Itecton d May, 1.-l e R accept the hiiet r any offer.--May 0 I I :
ta l e.-seay 1i V trt.tm 'Phoe 1115.= new man" i"p guaranted. Jeltte-, Wears 45 St. Marne S21are for sale.M ReMeonnse nffer. IAM L AHAN, HOUi AD ANIIadway, $4000.
5.." Apply 12 Mary Viscn d l nc heu s t^eh aSnd Dn.t ianD&,. ..R Vre t -
ge.D .--M'aJ nted.i Mr1 1a"l l tn m sor. Wpe lalesow I eater b e ALL MA[ItJ 0 n1pRA O lt yen.ur*d. Apply: (aAretcromnnby Street, 'Phone --May 12. Boon Aventure. House nd Land, San Fernando Street, *C AKNOWLEDGMSNTI
,ls DANe M.I tn sof=r WeapoitrI& ofa aai-- e 8m11a _I-t- PUBLIC Is hereby notiVed that .t Apply: Chss. Monrot Sn ]ler- nt OON ?I Mr Iohilip PoA n Ti a.n At
-partie-May It Mlt.--b-M e bnl or oco TWO HOtUSES and LAND at 8anMftrst ,no longer under the care anti p:,tec- nando Street-May *I mily des ot hr ot.,gh ,thi ""la to Mr. Daniel .1. tI
L~ o~ or the poL.M o M oer citeet, Sate Fernando. Apply on pr'entiee., tist of my husoand Georgle aastitew. PROPERTY. Drayton Street, 5'eral thank those who snt nlowers, wreathe *an Klngm ar *, N. S.. ree

'SPlt f0 tt% Bl ~l *IM Chattel House and""" Twor Jfotl Lsrnd.^ reSI ^b, LW yrclmt.tonva oa._ LLINH M H E.1)" n mt- im" %' an , Gr"l ti---Hi<." SS" -'1";11
.1 oW at. Helena C.M. -June I neAther am responsible fOu1r any debt ChattlHouses andads Lt Land. .le o m .d pt 1- .b o d wa ro. n b d ., tohS it Phle o
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ia te ncaCRA .RFR RAL TWO LOms oa "aND end On House. debts whch sh ma contract. ,a 10 Pe $ 0. Fo no them in an= way In their recent bereave- both hUd and bl
tics. I tur. Mnd m eriny CHIRAP(OO A B oFR F..O O O PREcI t RT. on.R FOI SL EC by the Mai n Road, Petite Valty. Apply --Ma' 12 swt"syAp d i al ar 1 A A E aepro paJMatlyA. IN en b.t- n
formrld D.o tho* mi.hM.e or 94 GarBa, or 134 St. Vincent M rest M rs Mo ^onaraui-MOyJyTY A tia 1Leand,a n T h n e br the doeth of AourI decide t-ot
s, m cdretryMay U CwoAG".I "DeO ?.w THO PUBLIC I hereby notified t 'ew, o!rsto, a$4,800t.L Ho usent m Tw P oem Tp tdvn IndnFfrel ith3 =agTIp oss 1beoicesw t a ... A in a de tiedt
B ltBAh. htyVAT, meals and slep Unealty Vln. lremede ORNs. -Ma il theGi rmOaL 4nM 20I otoI gon-er nder tea n-r an prta 1. wo 8r a r l. a ratrNd M wh 11 --I
,A m, iW rs rete Road.--May II FOT TROUISLES. paeSSI lt. Al Airs in AI A l alo. 1 aspect Ityourself ontamlo ing our bedrooms, study, dinin tion f rat h .Mia b n ottel u horne 1 r'ent. Th reet House, *t0 rn 1 1Mry, 40ie-yrs en feEl wih t than Mthee r mreanyde -wo .n it v meJ
". K.N1 OK tr are 00 OYs4 AmtM ( ot trafco rentalX1 $20. andete $1?. Poffee andMn fai w ih t t rMcondRen e
A hi |1 ij .lta O O for q- M acwrl romeC BOJI anfde FArle~RCE MASSAGEtT t TS R.oa ( ca Road 'Poe and drawing rooms, pantry. kJtchen and Jnarybla hai ifIhsbm o 210 .20 90.14t-4.. 7 of euefrieos who extene their codl ene ieevmnt C thoifo 0!
AUaY. I11e brthrhe t i. 5li trader REow y Ba ? 5' *to ole at h roomtalA l uMPHRoe Street San Fernando. 'Phoite 4-2-1-May uerousy way. at thei mletry oGreaemnt, dMruvi A front yI t
'P-. p H2. rMd .H *lc t P ONE $1. T atrae, t wlth *" A. between .n 4r.t. *Prn-.--Ma Large yard, colsed, two servants' roms. --MSNRy 1 LIL IAN10EY .treet, ti s death o Stew teM l di e rW thstt
MIf Iu'A r >nd.I. RWESTINGHOUs. R large Ws ore room, lt.orIrI inn. t mna Solbl to do so Bndlvipduaull. iTlcomplet. yorrn .
_.sa.- ltJS.u'.u "6 trsJ~ o ignd ldm '~ uad s.tTHRMRIT._uuMaGAhVA/ iCt W& I CURt- praetleally new, rAetDorino nio. ad lero tmStoryS'a1 grangs, ,4 mTHr~n lo~PUBLICu Irs herebyth no tiliedan prncIhut I -OU- IrI -L
Aung M :y &a RRNITtMaa" .perfetwoMn m'tdtltlndapo x Alccmate my h it'al-6bem ~ am nolo ngre ~ = = O
w agee. ton of my husbandtGeoreeof Seelacorrst' 1 1 ANA STREET. Immediate poesesslomaiINRoadORI








c'l" w eseta l. CaeI"rnwody tddA pyRT MASSER CI Psan 'Phone 40t4. 5-4 n r.n-May I D. ft.. Pou soslon June 1. 1 F eres o husande theocare aaed pnore- HOUSAS n a O RSaLEa.Iatt.- -
. Alg usiOnt. rAti il=--Mey r2, n Float erNNUFIUD (NaNvrett u- ONE. PILO T .Ttmh onsol NO. 2 prt cusrlr and nspectin aPF t -. do I hld myself reponabe tor any d ebt he Louisitthsot as. or *hot e TA$* *kw e mryo rdea.
II .t S l emitr mdo Ct trAtInCn). lTlyr O mell dnot lw Mill A nue, artAri It at I Wer6 Dial 6411 or 4144.-St ay 14 B o o o t
e iI 'GrfirdimsD box No.P-130,10 m~t"0*11









owEkK.-- MApp 18 u l ras Stet e hes SEIHMSAG, eestn ONE AtITTO4ATIC ELEC TRIC Rm:t('0tD NFW[ Y-BUILT DWELLING t4 -orUebscotrcedb hAim. lAYtte BAG q- May Mmie. Mrms.o ntinTae l EunIdu
eW I ppIHH u B Pntor& etadruott ni reedi e r tRo ieesltt, r OLANGER In k.l. M Mar'n elr. tin l Citmoder a conmeniente- standing on a m 5p 1-aKAI PAn JuRS BARG A IN- New MIOn deR 1NuItnBow ant r of Mrs. Sultan Eban who passed to the


--^S.'^^.? --- tuodr dan^ Juan.^ 3"M;?1 Aifredo" ""* ^H ^^ ^^^'r~co "'Jl "Ftreet. Inspect It^ rols^ ^: Great; Er*oo.r~^ May 1,) 1943.th*
Mboard t ofntiutra Tranning forthe* Ion l ORDERSr in~oWM~tloi.d rs. C dn splir ft ?W B PHl U to 4 Ot lofii. nn f t T ih. FREDER X t r T B she havin left my homln ed that I Street. P homne t78i. 20 W N t O -I Dept. *nd o dl w C B
TWtU ; 00.14 tW eL L-PIkTE OR SL










I s -1w I1 be as- lad:id down by the Board SB^tat^or) .h. 4OPHONE: 4 Offt-AChseer s P on e d. R itn Derne. ae;nt.
Il.d i tc e ImpemenatioCn lt the aponto siR T Iay i 1944.r -co P ooneNyt DIOM fernadet- a yt 1Henr ln LI iln s a ios memory of ee may
so. someIed. t. i llr pretty se rd It. fa r h Automatic "ianv0er 1M -lo er*tl,.eR es FIVE Al.EMo at Santa Ct-ta with stream p t i a 9neWLY e BUIL T 3UGAO wnth trt {, 1eme .andeu an r rt nee r a ding.
son svrd is M a. evad t. m r. hcn Rtret 411oe 410 Di v * a & om A L w2 HEuiffn o Nfvb "no Nat tanRmy E%.&atr8A da oaiy!









'P tOrdi Ma ster*,ApeUe a rrsqiieocy rasya--May IL. ittCt ~~t 'hlSO4-4. -vacnt emnai hot-C. 12 ACRES on main 5 8 Duncan Street, MSratval. Bargain: 513.500. Apply to Win[- --Her ever ersuttul friend a. rs~l~nf



IIlcIY visiing wtr kiiioAp'iy nd t5 ttlAt'* ..o .-. .-- .t-.,---.-M-y---_ EEIIE. momAent^lP >a% Ac'r .^?. ^ "ULC .nrn ^ eeTece at ^' "~ ^ /A Street rCmeinbrano NUf~ I. aNA- prcdles lifeL1^ :^
t 0R* Master Mnd A W eU enI& 0 F I k nGERA'IOR.. OI I NET SWES TIN, r tWoe"d to M tara vel butld1ng Ih ar 2tes. 411ep .i l. Lon an u t Or oe 0n*
southr& omt% te* ft* We 0,vitrI; CHIR rrhot O PRA-ICOUg5w," pra iisnate new: One Les e La.vewntsl]ie Eat behn Main Road. Cheep. THE U May1re Po-tof-pu t. p tal i ld H cott,0 Sh Q or 'ORP.'ofFaultso te and woe t
a: tl 0I tft& "KelvCnst.r": On. Smell ehulnt:1r" In Ir & i.F Irary 1ree' ideal business Inca. Ha UL eb notoerrpttle d tor an det1 or 1 PO MSoay 2. OCORRI.NIlD.It, mea malt oy o fo u er and ld I A
ernt fo Iatn boy Thee s aary e ttachpoi, DR. JOEPII lE RREIRA, DR. GLADYIS Perfect condition. 0 Mat-tnt Square. tlin. lreenmu'i r~riperty. c/o BOX 1-101, am no lonterreimetd by e fom y wt ele D oroh PeattiftlE mptyN HomFeE INVIoom. -e, mLeonr*, mmilo pnre timsau ie a nd Matla ey ~ 'Rnh
etaadtlPposetwime lt War lont pus so Y orte,, lit Frlderick ltrset toppoitt0 St. ItAtlIl "Phluer, "Topte '" C Tuhee 1tit 4 ACRES: LAND w~th Runushop, Dry 3roerliahubOb~n et ycr ndSCar oitn Immoi yud22. 1a943. ) t ad Are5.19 rspectivaly. e
S deosd travallng xen ses W oailheSa-eColgt Phn 5 I tsuagoodoric! livIxnn room, dnings mont, four bed,- "Gone, but not Uogttt.
FA UL tMallasi lerrerad bahoo dnt;oIldeetreoSdan ads ) -The nirosuters to l tal tain mt'trdtoy .
b~t t on0 mnth'l ntice n lithr e li Ptet "rt aPT 4.3T0 e' One lock2
sujctI oemot'snt~eoneterAgl-ea nde C~o~atiteo" MtI-P -am iatnd nas h. Afiralt.nl27half.amiean tree--a 0IIH.Mm0 otlIam oI"lU44-.AAlinl 74 Henry (al optaldtoaTandqsteu. Ti-lttstyrsle










t,. CIIddJ=A- *ho t u ld apply ir their R terld. THE PtJ IC I hereby notified a t ihaot I Street. 'Phone 784.- May 20, WHAN TONG-n cred nd fecon- Iva
b* t h s a d w r l tl lt t a A r c h d e~ c o n St r ee t iy S I e D R U O L E CS P H Y C I C I A I I I i t 1 A 1 2 h ml h ~ e A t e 1 F I ', 7 t tr h e g - Fe R E E I O T D -L a r g e T w o- St o ret y N o o s e 6 0 1 n o l o n g e r r e pnt m a ib s f o r a o c m l, m t o ra a m m r h o r d a a h r R n o p e l h o i a b p
A no A T AcO a them sI The Chiropractic S ial. thrt-IPo the Is'%9 .. sad ls' recei'l" "Is 'lthree Lun s Land. Ise th ediahl possessand, debts contracted by my wmre, Domirts MtOTORS FOR SALE [t0 -lmony g whour diedat ante roLaaonMayd ieo
n i, AtlRJunor enc.l Bcho,. a OTt R S AND FOODS am ,mIn T g who die a& Paaby on G cr d Mrlo tt. yrbouoedrar.thby
)ando. on tf Ibefre theU t May, 1it4t let--Dr. Jsmu ve. D.C, P.C,. P to L sin n I. t t n -ICY -Er newo Alson ethe etwmys cool, electric and water, one mll ran. abe having left my care and pratec- O-M ly ? MODEL ONG Wheel ase. 0 1943.t wl d A o ne
I Islte la o the poe- ay M e P t tU ,Al, at the ChtIropractc elth en i e apenBh- alftls to e i lt v- ent P cr ote r," front ('t, 'Phone 5n4, -May9 o tins on' r p 0,f my4 Tit la ds --ard ttri eaie fo te t aw. ard l.r nw-
,ilpsariteOrA CaIol ito aM, y inmtdo, TI Fredertr S $tret. Phone 524 ments Wt teT ne Sqasre, 'lone 4261, ST. MARY'S. U fluayaguuycrn. 401n0 Acresh. tRilVs 194.g llbeef t May ers T tco Repaired fornnawg noetisll, -lord but ineI, to- iahral ene, In
A.T -- A"lsrts ad &oranw-dy et auMelr an IngCosmopoltnd ?lee, h *rIt. wyi rsietiaImj ociat "taia mst epnil fraydb rdbt ,.A oal- Par 44 n n O G lra Muil id a 81
- REV.ZH. 4. SEECARAN. ln" workmio.tApplyetohmarry MungallA loovs Rs.lClnon frSttrtam. csmsore










Alb nn Sa rt-.Ms t a U an Il6- M m e An *gl e st n noI C h3 s rc i -s- i e 2 ocon tsln, som e lim es. le ek. Frour earge -a 1 br Ia ,m dtw i lt d gmdrrl M ay 13. a Ci hlo an nolt rri d u te dM te t
,OOK general, Apply' Mrn m. la in Aesolatlo4 n t LegLuteseld-- ay 15 *.-. r li -SM' hoSes mamYI Ierh hnu, eto. MAT- Tltrpt PBitLIC Is hereby notified ttat 13t MASTER DE LUXE CHEV.-Mvr' NURSE ROINA,-In londest rmaem ant tA teles tablet
Seuitt.Ruabel Street.-May S i~,a-- ---A =--- @a MARINE EQUIPMENT FOR SALE VALE, Preysal. 265 Acres. eanefanniereI am nom loner, ,mnder bhs mare amol tre- nool. tyroe and tubes, perfect. Owner branc of "Ackie,' who passed away tree rate, known us 5I1
16-FOOT CRUIitER TYPE BOAT, sit- oseptlre a to o usbeans IttwmceA P ranaises" fato of ty hba2.nd Alexander .mmetrs. cm).tte rs C iolony-lmu Saddle Road, Mara- tmet world, May 3, 1943 blood, treong Steady
--M....M SM I UAiO S WANTa AUT MOTIVE hlh e fr inboard or outward engine, new i h.ttr- a l, i vi Acres n Orane, eoo a. --Man 22 La vetif r tdombt RADIO us R FRIGERATORS immortal file m brkitng." not only buirrHlds feoir
______cdredar oottom s1hn"pofeloe,.."Pilgeoanaaer TnotLi e-ey ntfid tah l" R F IE A Oocep E wntae COMn-
Ltt ,A & t.St. a"Bv, e ight yetarsl' a-y A Potent aie-'-r.., errs- homarse, al-r.e t.-v layg hHmillt overseer's t tle-. ant noto e otmst e for a ng eft ol thI" tiM hmn A T Chaprtt. --yd Carol- bind hisl ltobih oflblcen *nty
lah ts tN A eoUntIa uy. ne1r4 armali d MOTORS FOR SALE Bt.IYLSlt-, tM. TtH-ot t, Import & Ep L c ort CO.. [am notra ctd von m t wotay 2 de1 9 t. a r d ept-i en i hm b t hos. 29 tl baryo te OJOE.-In ad effect onate memory of our tln t oth2I
funeI ollie wo ,ausemep pga lyimim, u~rms O, 1W ie s '. eebStf PR FE CT, 194s CLon FOR SALE Ltdab1 A AeronbVwStreeteMayM o lIkes she beIng no loger underLtmyA r O U p -Mmy, 10e' dear mother, Coha ide, 'who dined on dlt O ls u te9
alsiieoae. fin wr U~te to a lotus P-kwM.del, It-i- u~ t~re &pi usa .1 R~ng 9AY0B6 YLE j1end n|h n,4.on Freehold Lanud. -t, hfotur bedrooms. 2 tecrios. ______y 3, I under a guarante. tl~
d t Sd r tea M a y 12 0u m- cu o .r 111 S tree ta dob 'th, d a w ngnoo n )n u ld W IL L IA M G IL KErU M IS C L LApU S A L E S 'l m w ea;r s o ff t hr e dg" of roe a 12 H s I w a IIr 0 td
J Ae u ManA L V X A wP R Dt < Re. 7916 ill tltNr MlR Urt. Apgt.; *n Wo r--- Idlnt,-J roo 5 t \ In R veP BLIoos heebyeect 2 d thatreet 4.T00 RA plINGTh ale. Mon San Ct allory t uN TI l t K Pheii p P e ann Ing and nP
A fatI position of StreetPlinched. Apply. mudett, r A n l p oP ES- Ap pl yrin. pro ios hone oy s
"CuIR of III. Helena nlo clvn. Clibtn-t.-Phne 5 mynaeith ter x esptonsibefraydb o hte ossatnd T wo Lpom. a nd'.rent lette s mat c sigo tsnc younborey our pat I neih.N











1Pti iatiA yAiCtU. wm ro oa o dy4tttiYetE lOni Ai m.n roo m L od.M t a very cool sod.__ setecy ay S. 4r Gtln t MINBUON TYPEWtRoITER But merdor turn bc er tileaf 5 "d u o
lU aOnr. l t s LUtt I PDUPLICATING MAIftIN]PJfec --t -- --d cil 554 eoceien tSres. Ciatios 1t -* --lt Ioving ntti.orel.1
4 OU- ( aCrN@ mUl,&rd N Uac M ries "1de *" e tURADe. cO .EdFRIGERATO RSr, o ON A R UR.IME I' I. LAND FOR SALE T T at, L AE N D a n e debts w ntl 1( UBslonbd NOTIpESrox im tey.1%9 1ro w y. n their re Tnentb. .r." Sey .e blin an Il Va

t m od m(,dny N ot byath et hcet l-thAlun. -y b In e Isle vnoad, elA. A lso tt n. t t OthCES ollotn pe C rht te. Lo i sr y l l "s,' th s'e rs Jlt th
I uM p a m a A R ev. J. liclli* O POD n A RI U R d I YXID U t it n. Diallt en- 6lt3 g ,*M ayn A?- M ero J W I or toB1A S o t s 1 0 iu Lan PdA, CoeInditaon Club gotodieno1 t
sti.arattii h LARG E EyR 4 UBLI lnereby noti f ied thatL A eIndi mvu hly. 9 II 5 nt65.cidedno



W^ W .M* ^^,^ Ni. ,,Mg>,.d *Po M -Miy KOOO u irN KOM (r- v, r .r L T o, n >L BM ,""I orov t u or% . ,ioll' Al, Kh. kI Ptr n( m..d.-t--~ vn >lrn*<*~~eHrn ^-,
VE S1 S>, fl tre.10- -Mcayo10ea ph --ayn Otee on. Wuedny Bos i Renm n rn you fint bh d $ i in.
ALL- w Salary 1mo nt hly. OM T T yROUBLE. ONE LAt B n. M MOD EL, Iit rK U- co ntaining four bedrooms, st'udy11 di nin Pge etwing fm yhsc bad. Patr iHn u I.Rhrey, 'trensa -M y 1A lo g m ro d gen the oirlp tlnt. *l
t rgri oa.My1 lar"1fe' ars nAtsmltian npc t orefadfrwnrem.oaty ichnAaa ltaais avn etIebun n$0 an 1,Pies n a iy"ih t hn











t" omIt b e able to wO suBi t whes a.,ble for p115.M9nty. No r co 2lehC offeeM a I' fred woet written Authority fromt uEhio'I.d C Rm W wat f cure but all In atIn*.-
hoopU prpe eee itl oK for u, ahPr&V&a555,50Shlllooeo.a it. TS Bef lmony ppy t -n ta t R ad. Ahnne$0.tw o ie ahos l.neroe af anay1 94.RY tet BaFen doyd 'P h isone It- ayInu-merougay ather et'An es a vcentg. I tn o rmyu



"^*YI qr^m an strast-Ma 7 be d MB oRn maapiT ? !2. af^ ~ r^ ^^ p a'^yt,.^S ^y S? ^ f^tH







l>st tN, u i ta i aI tW N M Of oU r T bu-ADlIO. 7 Tutbesl lrged, M -1 room l gr e a- St. Mtay 11 7. o. Ith oath. athn lam Con-M Til f newat o l w as. bre t
tie A ;oom.ntt t So- iea '.ut I offer Etu., Apply: A.*otataosit Wellys. o pI ttTdtionT.TLVaT nIt e FE i _. etyMarone Squar..ol- An o o ?h oImei wih H w.m ato (,r eStMno
su end It ao srtlal parlalare for in- IMME:DIATELy.-Latfe Austtn I IIedeS, ROOM AND BOARD itlreet. Port C, .pittn arnntbtv rental 140.' -My T.ECI MR LO-e oiggagaen rndhlrn v
es s ad oer i trpL sed, ya MU .- P.- ood ntlt1ln eunu tdrse. tarad ...... ... ..Sblo offer nots 'Phone 522.i n e g sts gnS no t
wv.,,Stay. .,,of.itention o ets o b ... -O M S LO CONDI TIO 40. 7(' ? !--In l 0itdu an rnehlr
coo t is yea hr. Fees ml U M M oderate R*s- 'City.. W me Mt. o4. It sqly. f..P o i onr Sn Nenando e y n r tiR ya dsl W at d er. ort geM o 2ONDeT.OEE T .oI -MmT ey d it Ing IN m nr lufa r e arm ote n





Su aHl o he >*to w !W~ A14llarl *ttM1 wt A rsn f K"i
tiarla, 14m4,-.M4 Uti.C ONE h541 SUPER DEI UXE FORD Ot- 16g.-June & LAalStteoa t-P e rs Wortad corn..................-MAeNETIC ARMe- Mp artic ularsan whos d o n Meay 4,te n
iW Ai &ON MAN. EIXPMA ENto l tI O s i IoH- dbI, i A Cla ditto m, Iv very CUMItO ABL.BU FJRNISMED IOOM LAND FO SALE es t -addeb m .t May ead s, y 10 M. Tw lAty-seve N y Allr h ave p iased asneI
5eeapng Clerk an4 Stnti)pist sekel wem- sonm tyres, Oarl, Ws new Contacnt T, AlI. resleeclnblsehel|at. 31 Almererunub1' BAIRGAIN muo LOTS LAND adJoin- G' YU s __ l ?4t4ne acoaddre ,-M. I IANS! READ THUI "OBSERVIgIe that sad dayT h
2a)), ormastynhe atmmth docto.loaw Milt A nue.oarhtar.--btly 11oathieu Dial-611 or10,t.iMy 14 Cnt- toyedIn oneer; memoryof ourdear;











i y uent. Good et ,gv Apply n O. [L ait, M p"O. Ch agun i '-Ma ty S O It t.l -.Jti T A6 log I s T ffo mr West. ynUT D ernanl o. Di lm a atUaEK T I EMoAllo n l e R Sa, B AR(inN' I urpaw r Mayn 1 he ou Ls one was calle d Tw y
S Iwxth Avenue. arUl FIItr--May 11. MORISu OXr ORD 'A Licen end DEROuM t itrse e 1Aly). 1AL Abet7 un m-Ic: ing aIe.r O Fcmng e c one s mn. Ap- nnn e atcM h n Prt-ort-of-pl a r e- m t rXI PRAM CondtItlon new. oIMle God t aook her h or e p.e It was I ti Wil t
neat-edMafive. Cor a lsgite 14. No WWre qasn by reet.honeMay 21.2 piyMs 2 HGrea il i~h Sre tg 6Dug Sc': A-ie-m m irae :7Wnmlfr tet M y 'S t Rtainou hed May-I se, lve94s3l. 1












.... .... - == %%-able n~er used 'Phone Mis .--Stay 9 SBaD|tOOM en~d SltI'i~rNiJ IOOM, filr-[ ONLY VACANT LOT at, Collen Amk Mee all: Coua. Cemuva : a aiei-Ialilv Also Khaki Panins made-to- --Her levlne ~lldr en sdgrsnldetildreu. ;
AIRVSTOC.6 NERA lb USitwo 14 Hi .. t, o odM cnmi t- nise a'tlhte7 preferred. tiuet oc-amty. M rila5, tin eet com pri-e. The Apo thecaitry "lallts, ot *I 0 mpnd a9 e 'r te sod he
anVI A tyree faint- to reesoneble offer re- Wrmbe Boa P-L04, i ;uard.n.' "--May t, it --'lm"n tll- Ma- 11 -,-- U l |ymond: Point Faot-i,1.J con'.inedm. Tailoring doen day and night. KIPSlNSS,--l tender tend akfettheomt
S ^ SWN.6-a ad5^ Reor Pltes Rodin^ soe H,11 opseso withi fou monthsK IM T. l .;?^ r r l




tf instrial ?aofiot:, A L Eg ileria n a do( 'a P aram unt 'do S v hodiesrspnsilefo an ay







MUjich u> 1Mi1 COERTA,~ rUI.I TL-D Kobefot[LOOM """ *. On-_r--lI, f~ymbfl Par- Itrniar St -M- 3. eory of* y'*rove -on *to Ji~p
S U L TR Y n S U PP L IES 1 ueen Street, 'h o 5 11 -M ay B bedroom or ou1- a, kit hen priv e e 24 La dtd at ontr ctel 0 p e tPMLwCT .fc, M a 64 R O B T T 'IAt. E ben ieer n na :; -- w ho di d on M at- l. 14u3
- SUPto te h o t t utedo- a pply. Z Ri lmidS EnI nst -lo,(0 OD RN Stltwllant-ijube t-nt' OR SA E- ne Pa-el f Fyshe dh a tting l ef t oo I -m moyomn beoeyo R H p lg












0--- --111- --RD 'rRtI-K for Sale Murray itMt-eet (oposite Adam SmitM h AGEnNCmro. Tobago. H" A SUSINES ANNONCMIa oSog we love yo u very mu ch
f .dm.,ioNL* ...-.... m, 4 C RI, Apply: FOR Shop. S omA, at Si. Ann'... ho*e' ags* rso .Hl .StD Orchestra, ta h ret
C oUntti, ,u u ,4i o rest.--.May t--a,-Ofs-OARD ANt LfOetNG, U Ideal mlmlty. I ntIDa Rot er t 'Phone s'r ao en wJh o h eL yroumoreyh o HWNy
steitl.i, IOL^,y ii L ami ,ma aisge. ABu FeORD.Vl $1541 PIt'K-lIP sod 7frf) 21 .. Apply: 4 Murray dtreet, 'Phone 4709.- aled piepaed1b .. ide..Appl mI 'lll aisth t he 5t~. 5 tIo lb is featurlng Jot-k James. HG(. see eaxouhn-t~ Mentiso Seyerao
pus' 141 ulmy olieet Meg 15 Ton ni 'l'rqk, both vehicles Inspected. May 3m -May Illare ,jel"*,, Cml onl7 I le,, li-or toolnoc contact Bury f Natta, M mre ftnya g. ' e
th -nO isRaia d d own bh e B ad huoI raU en. I nsE i .4.W .. td rEOta 82.'TL.3NECCOA CO FiE wtat i 'Phone ilB. UG Edward Ltr et-May M ay be rest n peso.
-O MAL, Ious nte at t. po eteor Auto matuc hl i-M ayt o --waler p : reun .s c Robert Village, Tables1 4d. L U T A T M A "O q o tcty ot f o T
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