Trinidad guardian

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Title:
Trinidad guardian
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Sunday guardian
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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English
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Trinidad Pub. Co. Ltd.
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Port of Spain, Trinidad
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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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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began with Sept. 2, 1917 issue.
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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
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It& Approaeu to cp *3 hours of unfparalleked Invasion bombardment the Rubians og46m br _ont on-____
tio reanin ward aboutl t Ai Aed aircraft rocked Gean Sure "withm ore ad t t threatU of on1 l-9
thn1A ogO onLneat AlliedInvasion In U ~
recety to the ag2,robit blawa tzw Trait G 60 rt p In Smoke dP ( fP lT S
E lNIte fThlrty-slx American heavy bo out.P fourth o M asses O f 'Planes
y is suffer. ers and 13 fighters were lost in O- of the outputpof Its main oil source,
i eto- Fcists Report New by Allied bombingsOf Rumanian
Ali dtoo s y1's bonibint of Bo llu and Brune- A l e a d ng n I a y f eid,
yAldsd Allied Landings On Italy This was disclosed by Oenerail
oti and wick, while 119 German fighters from Ae ItalIaar C.fieOde m iSupport Sw iftly.
BER ?e8 M P).A t heIra C. Raker, Officer Commanding
t Ago o, destroyed.n, the Mediterranean A11.4 Air For ,
toai wee oet e, tbombersh from the Italia n a summary o results of the
iMateial aUi Ve of e der to "La Soles," Geneva, to- Mediterraneai Air Forces' soring
nFurther down the i aprently in- day quoted fact officer o a ffensive. Not only have air attacks n
Kpatsrol habS tae o and S Allecomandoae cut 3rtcat uoductionthPloetisi de dvs A T ro ps
ahl pain to s Italy, the Anglo-Aaertcan air in Corsica and Sardinia, landed ent, but they have d-
sh road fro r eM have truc." at acoes of on the LteTtian coat of north- ,rupted all lines of Germancow- --
iThe road be.. targets supremely Imporians to thie western Italy a fe" days ago muniastion on the Russian frmtot, TOM YARBROUGH
Teahe nw Nalz slinging 'o the Balkanr and for a serie of patrol actions he said. TOM YA OUGH.
an owly i iUlyguarding the Atlantic preparatory to an invuon. An The Air Forces have also tken .ONDON, May 8 Moscow announced tonight that the Rum"
l ucnrm rr sucha a toll of German svintifl la, my has smashed through the main Axis defence Una of 8aSO pEI
Plyng Fortresses and Libera-te, some troops Were killed or cap- both in shooting down fighters
ge w th rd but that others were be-bothinc h ootingpt dtowni ghte rsth
= .have bee t r g lyl1' atons wtu b terswr which attempted toimpede the capturing heights dominating the besieged Crimean fortress and fltb.
h,-onrdOns;of fAlhters in, equal i
gai stos au l sn ithe ve to have returned to their raids, and in the bombings of Air- Ing is on the immediate approaches to the city in its final drivet40,
SIOun~d I 1! o' hd ed o for the German' bases with owithoInformation on the craft factories, that the German
SAlli he tw it5 l r i tlly, but one strong Ter -uitch fa rmy will have but feeble Wa sup- crush the trapped German-Rumanian garrison.
Thede th,l idthat in its efforts to halt the great
hae d 'lped Ms load of ex- Field-Marshal Erwin Ronmn el ptta ont effortrss to h rltot 'lIus the fall of Sevastopol
S an on e run- had a conference with Field- attack on the FOrtressofu. cared near on the 29th day of
JavaneseB ,ta asrhe ar t125 ls to the west.. Marshal Albert Keeelrn eoinfWeakneSst bf Ltfth e LfaLUtwafeth as-1 offensive which liberated atl ofto
low to thethe first time thos cities Italy, after inspecting y t I0e yhe fact that Many Fi fth Army saquare-mlle peninsula
S. smee h I d'heavUily the same day. French Mediterranean defenses, obsolete planes were the na ocket at Sevastopol 0
wickn areaum 1[A mles to the west. Masa Aler theelni batle theLI OO sotsemale pocenisl mat apto
t, In the Rishen. IIIs ( AU report4 the battle. Back the southwest coast. 200 milSA
has beens ome Britis A m-edium- General Eaker, congratulated row the Black Sea from Rumania.
fighting tRat hasBo mbihtboS v m er Commander General Twin-T ho Tha CKR usan troos ,upprted
s~~~nd Ulht bomberws have been Ing on the results, and dicosede f pae adnrt
discnBum usot ic Nvme 92 loe Russian troops, sutpporteda.t
seee lies, shuttling acro 0 the Channel con- t th erelosed *Td masses of 'planes and strong
eae s huttlRusscrl hohne o--Czth hat since November 8, 1903, h
bad w ha tn ing sir attacks on targets bomb tonnage dropped on the ale Iiil or positions held began the final storm
bad htht in Germn, UGth. Fvance and e diterranean theatre p ted 200000. to positions held by the Aysf in
enaeBtewgs a Ua gum Tbeir main targets were t Fd Of the Ba lkan raids, Grl Srison of perhaps 25,000 e mi
U Amricn c luns e3 nd Wrfloldsi 1%imainJ t1 v1 ^^ Eaker mald: 1Ib enemyl's owition I i' r^ HP H i ^H H l uday. In two days' fightlti
Sprogressrien their aackwas byTunderboltfight. E aker said: "The enemy's oositl1 A L L I E D HEADQUARTERS, Russians advanced about four n
u-rm .-ob Area Signed I o beentureat 'weakened by se- NAPLE, May St
liknorth Burma oaI nanl NAPLES, May a (AP)-Strong Or- through the widely.developed
norh it erml h 1 ArOea- rver transportatin cations efrectffred since the
'assineither fighters nor "The Ploest refining system wit man patrols stabbed through Al- tern of reinforced concreteor
in centralon Burmafsince th GerMilt
t ueegr rh rigtlied advance positions in tile upper capture of the city on July 2, 194,
central B i "t-e t fire and the Allied LONDON. May 8 (AP),-A col- a capualty, h fsomeen su6lHorg Hgel louds of smokerise fro m an semy Ammunition train Pfr The Russians captured InkerM
tilvattacked a Oaralan V, x^ aapilots took their time. The first i squs iued Malamultaneouly inbe h sub x oeeSu ,t 0ie a t Al ONO p0eey t tAi ae two m iles east of the city. Aletn I
Athe r1Ad foA te. sent one of t London and Moscow today an- an 30 per cent of Gemadet hits were sored by R-25 lWIcheli bombers of the 12th Ar Garigliano VrUley on the main Fifth
the, one a f the i-e a of the bre cr*h- nunoe that the Russiw aned needs. The low-level attack on Free. The scene is the Orvieto railroad yards, 60 miles north Army front on Saturday night, but of the charging Rssln infantry-.
yroads to north into the river, dgthe lplOts C ech Governments have signed August 1. 1943, seriously interrupt- of Rome on the main le to l ence, (AP photo). were drive off two hours later men lies Makhov Hill, last barrio
ed blewIgIt the rvrna teetolotherensofav the etsirgsomeeonthattaks, bY "-----i"theCrie n Waroofw 15 d
much transport dived on each erd of the bride. an f or the admlnietra- ed the output for some months, but after being heavily shelled before Sevastopol, The hill's seimf
Ls. Wertz there t.oo. t Empiret Front t o ee dhe surrender of Sa
l~lnflghtef s~ otelrdoit oM be uL as head beAA.n reis toredt full pnrodc "' "h I Spanish Residents Claim miles outh of San Andrct which igthpo usswrllomll
inAas n omQn tal radio stationa liberated. bythe Russians. ,,RIg- M.AA.AF. units the major plants -h action took place about three trie h urne fSvs
|Land dive-boshers Wsn" off the adk tonight.] tlothIp between the Soviet Corn+ had been restored to full produc- E pr rn pns eiet linmlssuho a nrtlwihtP1
ve-o s w_ .e. anh Ceco otion,ohandful of the minor plants Seeing Vision of Jesu s about eight miles southeast Two lighthouses were also se4
wi e p e d A F M A T nm n e -a C ~ f a d t e C e h rem ain in g Inactive .,e i g i i n of J s s C a sslno W here the G erm ans' ha l. In ofthe I hkeryan tarea. b o h l a t t
I tn adoet sgned With German machnnised miht IPSWICH, England, May s asking fire was increased afid Nait ofom Ceyatp at
post~ns and FJugh Dthere wssoe seilovkamiitaioeapetb emanient inactie. aniused aosimowhee thGeman harRent.eIfkrmsnaev atobothsvalatbteby
'tIah and AmetricanA.oh thee Ws w aeia Lond .on by Mr. V. Z. ebedev, highly dependent on Ruman oU. (AP).-The Rev. Harold uodl- t.nIsport movements were heard formsevondo' vau'ys bay9
onMcentrte on combalt reported over Brln, the iovet Ambasador to the Czech destruction of the refiningl acilities tD rey Green, vicar of St. Nich- west anid south of the ruined town brail atatmis two to three 0i
conic ratilway nMainrn t geIat between te Goveiruent, and Mr Ripka, which handle more than 90 per r mir las Church and chaplain to the during the night. rn tat o to
ralwylo" Aerican aM Guoian Air Forceysn" .of Staf.t and acting Fore- cent of Rumanian crude produbtlo "British forces, said he has Artillery fire took place in the nar al ngule dt
0tlv pae ~T)^p;^ n ^i ^-rwr;mnlbt~hWb wor h af^ym verified quitet dett fini^tely," t x.wt. thoe are &i o etl*>1n^tflf
c untraml took :lJe above the cloudsdcover, aii l sterofthe Czechoslovak no doubt will have an mediateverified"uite definitely" the lower Garigliano Valley n i arid on amfd
regtureuns ori adverse effect on the Nazi war By bM]LVON APIgL story of hundreds of Ipswich American patrol clashed with (er- 12 AXIS VESbEL8 SUNK
fr "onths t~he li3 s ~'trl~ls of the agroamppt,.explain- front. Seven of the Important LONDON, May 5 (Reutr's).- residents who said they sawa man patrol. The Ano beach-
ow bed ".s exUit VI and fU an hs n vmm uth etniv ashl LOads sr- r WN stON, aC#hRutrc ns kyduin n irrad atn et ecpatrforl.eaiyeA n emy tah e sae rue
G s an a da, w eek ago '4 W O A oun A ter a eek es
Air months dthes-. 0 0241and A awk. An.are PAoesti area rdiue. around After a week- ni liz,. .d v1slon of Jesus on the Cross In head front was reported "extreme- Soviet naval'planes, rang
A rotO" ha-sd es- Pfine.t alordsv".t nmer nth e city. Threg ofthserv-gest rW: nto hingrthoeesky' durincAn ar midalert tinn g d o
CROWt the so mts~5 qvei* lstdo it win issof,_am tTi viion.b khe ___ lit ntkeV111
in~~ol 51dy.kn em ~ frtepro ses oproductttio, Zwnil orh hrcneec tlsfo I hymwGerman dtiaps nesr~
SfAeian Sky Am- WA MX'? waotps monhs bfetetheyailfbeheitre Cneecdtb a rlu= 10 0te A ; bah a
I Ln 51 day. hB attacks. t 1WW a to greCetdi t out these operations." A Steaua Romana, at Camplna, 19 second front to the smpca front th sPn clearly. They .told hinm hrd were bombarded by American cutter and vnOW-da
beae for the same receion Sa tSt at Oh -overnment delegate for miles northwest of Ploesti, Is also M, Kt drove downto oin M. the vton lasted 15 minutes, a d''royers on Saturday iht pith Ing barges. Other sips W
Llghtnings. z as nidm lieated1 territories will be ap- severely damaged." Churchillin the countryonSt- in White Cross frt appeared "ood results and B e-damaged.
aetiam..?^ ^S^ sky,?^^ iirA^ ^^ v so^y~u~da
ent emp SA it a ndatne d u wi hOApoioted to set up and direct the He asserted that the air offensive day morning and returned to L. kythen the form of troyers o aned s r results Te have had e
tuon hi. r aM a ea therdayh t ath i of territory cleared has disrupted eBalkan communilca- don this morning In time fort su., sld bowed and feet shelling German ale n the cit under f re fr only thre
lf before the Io monly eight anmd it end o tieons "at a time when the enemy resumption of the Conference which cra e Albanian coastal rod south of in te fr attack
bo ikolbr y a atelegaa l will e- had been preparing deeperatel& to has gained In stature a 5nd- I ona on the night of May L nrn a d rdt
? islikely to affet fgters c t ostitute o therl ty armed foroev meet the expected R ussian dr cc gince it a last.y." week.... T .f-- ''lo Rynole ds, C. o nmfc eer albu the ehp crtR F rthnlatn
Of the Campaign zIt seemed from b*rll$wep% how- au ytet iltr ol othe Bchaest ri v +e udtance since It began lost weeks T ke [Michael Reynolds, BRB.C. cor. rnemp~lao1ArlI
rea. f e atagz Iteeidm S firoaIt t u elitary mis- to the Bucharesty plan Hesaid 'MThe approachaof the second rn t ane respondent I n Italy, has sent a t Gr lbukhi wrt
area. ever, to have aoomplis bed this: adn to workwith the Soviet com- in six weeks the Mediterranean and the war of nerves In which note on the weather. He myysArmy moving 100 mi.loes IU
i e While on American former foughtader ant act as a ltaon be- Air Force dropped more than both Axis and British radio et e s wi c pen v S a an
I OWlMc it- o.er BrMnsik, two othertween the RdI Army and the civil 14,000 tons ofbomb on Balkan b A i n ith e iot that the spring which opened iorsmrteealtcvasah ida
wavs A pathipent a d wewith mh pamperinC rain has f Yeremenko'v independent g 1nal m
,Rw aailstragwa I attacked thevital authorities- Anmsen as war operae targets and demonstrated rarmieqImportane tto of migr* Hokinso now D.iug:.A into fomme r ce covrin 15 mlesnd
catal targets almost unmolested. tons end the Czech Government ally the effective manner In which mpotan e to the conerence. n nd i summer and ward drive from Kerch.
e (AP)-fix ja- Te picture of the aeril waiae will takree ove ul exercise of pub- Ity-baed bomber wer able to aving examined the mltr Allid troops, despite their liter Ial of pvtopol would
ere r rte ao o ithe as d le authority. The Soviet forces in assist the RuPsian Army." and international aspects O the ds. are sweltering the these aries for partiiato i
ft were reported des- Over In tbhatde M y soCseopholooyak" will be undr Soviet second front, on which a wide .in mAE beod h l IT
robablv two mo r o has be one of "at complex ityj juriedicton ad the Czech mllitary Buchar est Fi res St Burniug ure of agreement was reached, theta u L I D S b si ar e e
and ackack out but ovarybombdroppedhadteasland beEm PPrime Miniters tred GUINEA, May t tReutur'n)-- ,GUIEA,....8Reutrsthdrives which arena eaeato
overa 15 sin&l purpose of softeng wHt el as corAlfm wierirl Alli edh the oci wester
13s for.the of ighters0n sech authority, w be under After Allied Night Raid their attention today to plans for Amerlcan marines have cuped cde with the Allied Western i
r w an es for the appr.awell-ordered system of migration, Cape Hokins in New Britain(P, This n vof t w a i U
o am, bers o inv A pen.iolatrayeeetn wacil late rs -ALONDON May 5 (Reuter's) civil aviation and inter-common. marks snm advance of nearly 150 ayO f e ar
Ibbepur ~ It 5 UtA' dved on financial matters.
thee ta40et-ndrch ensed 0 eve in mes t erday Oha Allied wwe being to the Dom'i ton beachheadnCape1i ----------
aay nq ted t 00 dropped It Was learned that the Asign- Fires started by American bomb-wealth trade, miles si h i b bee shite S' i 0
t ,000 ton firt torioty targets. ture ofthe ovetech agreement ein Bucharest y erda e Owing to the pro ot their beachhead on Cape louces- Against ersm land, the north central
SW considered a ONDgMND TO d '' on the administration of the liber- still burning laset night when RAY: Governments With the proseeuilon tar. opposite Latvisa...
SienVy oO an e e ated aO3reas of Czechoslovakia prob- Halifaxes, Liberators and Welling-of the war, it ha not been found (An Associated Press message tA URTOPO ,
ser ailable in the A.A.F. last ilht sent a ably will be followed soon by tons bombed the city for the sec- ible to make much prem on earlier stated that General
g.tr pM .againstaisaM seldbund- rallel agreements between the ond night running. It was the question of migr tion Dougas MacArthur Ammunced
Zm tiM t e auniion du and other United States, r ita and the Gov- third Allied attack on the Ruma- the normal cha ofocAuni- td that Allied bobers
wr ttn ftws a poundedM WamunMtd4n dumand, a other the sad ot and theGov
I wts abieptaret near Rennes, ernments of Holland and Luxem- nian capital In 24 hours. Although atlons. In British quarters it Is -eaU pounded W, A1and,
aerial oant. Toursi andalobourg Moscow has ap proved these LA TURN TO PAGE COL. 41now felt to be a matter of 120 miles northwest of captured





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wound troops noeth the Normdy coast. verkusen pacts ow ready for sgnature.oc-a matter for whh there Holland and the Schout
on the Oeneral north of Coogne, was also raided They are understood follow should be early nn because 15"ind group, 140 miles beyond.]
Then p werful fleets of British- M-Alled military control In opera- Guambed diately after the war, when the tonding their hold east and west of C ANG Ij L.i
I/ca u onal areas and gradual establish- armies are being"fiqolbed there Hollanda ,in Dutch New Guinea
Urdhundreds killed the of ad. One oteir hevh meto ii~tainb h il4b h rats eadvPtrl r eote ohv ad
o u.o.,,n .,, ..o,..,o _______. .F.. ,.. i.,., .o 2HE PREMIER GROERS
Britih tanks. wer DiI say has bee "condemned to = ECONOSUC POLiIEIS nllie east of Hollandia, Just across
Itaweca ofniv'h "nthdaylght ttac Po t is Constabl ^1' A )Teeole PEARL e o! th e o border in mandated territory, -
i eeelwd. while The dea~th. Pa~h ttlk o lic. e HEARL O N&mit (A inih eonomic hl olicest aof k~tiNo Japanese opposition has been
~purHill secor cpitl dobtleS .ded ilchtO a nouced Cbesr Niuts n- inios inthei wiest ~ reorte ~othismoveentbut __t___th_____mo__ement____but_
_____ ies Swedis tra- ('L r ae ame tho~ attlandbaed" Ou e, meaminmed byth there have been more c',.shes around
veflar rqaortmd to be b rI~~~ omrA eia sadi h or gi hseeig MI tlearn e& Hoflandia itself where up to the
Fair A&ind -- yesterday's heavy raId. lDe~ ,cieCnl oaeLwslnals audyfrtescn thea views excaned~t~n week-end more than '70O Japanese
unIbaps 05-u I ~~,~ ezeta~ n heSeon H-fth inter,,eptin,.---e wr f h cooi strngt Of th YaSIO a" J~usttef.'
CoFudur'' th__+_ yeeda obarged'l with the shot down. All thes Americazm Comnnonwealth isnder th i +it Prisoers continue to come In w ww.
~s~31r0 eil aI~ found 'pae eundt hi aeigconditiOns of wartim, but Of both round Honllandla and Attap:e
3PC5I. 0y the lm'|Pr oert nlsu ttff was re sorbopr mt fkl furthedwr tecat oad
o4 the l 8vnaLwas ws usddin ported over the target ar yea s f~ ollowing the end of hoetill Wewak.
of 'the Be Sx For omtod anti Mhy 18, when the Dre- The raid was mad by ikiv Lib- ties. =
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S onbelur of the to o-opera- tn Mohammedandun Aml a- ef Mmm
he Bar. The hOralu be- h id T. W. E. Worre. ActnW o (o, eona g tl m ( o -

twet thBech in thu Cokhony osoitcior-Gtera., conducwt the Me ImMal wWT *I Uw Am ea w e -- O-
=th Bar w vry cordial we, c for the pro.ecub l dy. Afory-O l nia0 4 a AJa
ow "he a nch o1 the Sup o The crown sie and gar thao tg: t rt wit a
co. of this Colony. I Wa UiuY e while Isaac LMidis1 unrepresented ~W r
HWoY of the full 4-~r-b counsel. Mr. Saudi Avery, ehubmem of Whebausd iof MOlW
Utof thm Bar. The hii~u *-MC. T. W. E.Worrell. Acting A Ce., to earned fe hm0 ne s e*Ml 0_0 116
the BaZIstraditional we case for the prosecuumresa.Atem. ra esesWWwedlsf.4Il echi hi .oy oud Gnrl.Pcndcul teH, .difir t *Amydalmbba unl
forward to te OW 0tlflOSD81=01ThewCrown'a cane is thatth lteera W (vrw aob* bv 0M vr I
tS" happy relation durin- your m question represented far t i. (AF phe).,
of dl ew. rollected on certain trips which -
ibs here may dCfer some- Soe Doperating between San F-1
w f from Ue of HI MajiYly nando and Princes Town made on
prtlegd to serve. but I have no April 16. iast year and which were C
i n which y'ot bate been dates t etween February 1 and
dbt that If you can adapt your- never turned into the company.
Wl tothe coud~tiow as you Wni W er.
to the conditionT ah you And bner te i, t ts ase to Continues In Gra.'ada
tl our stay bern will be plis- The "lu, is being asked to nd
an aId dreeabli: yor duties less that Amienr Mohammed. a director _______
Ou =o o and ur sd tration of ;the arm, of which the other
Moharnitied were employees, con- b G~dia carres q[ eelpdent.
tI' ,Bench ot the Colfy a aueam ceitved T he teea"nipes uaed.i
W-r, Oe1 ceiv.d he t ad prsuaded ST. GEOROES, Grenada, May 8 Opposing views on the que-
.0 on bethlf of t re Urier another acc-used -o iOn him in
t &-on0 bofoe t ar t th"o1d s by re- I of schools control wer put t twd 4at Wednesday. meetinUag of
Be assured the judte that those tst yiiect-o. %,sps nA:bet of -he Bar .x whom he I:he tsktinp o n :. e : t-tps.
es f e arrwthei the Rev. IL B. Wer continued, while Venerable ArchdewI HL Tbtoi-
It the privilee of speaking would Ssptions,, ;t is .stated. were- ,aro -.w
A be found wanting in the nec- ad when. tfiogh the company! dike Shaw, Aglican, pleaded for continuance of dual control, Mr. A .
co-pe Oi between anpeared :o x ,be wel .. wi H. a r nn ,W SchoL Cl for d otr t S
ehi and Bar, 0Lut i the bet" 'b 'kes ruXn::r. oi ied at & nIhcurs. Pg" a o er n c. o S. l. c.d- ti-a
Uiditions of the profemali would dividends ivre not satisfactorv 1 control. The debate will continue on Wednesday.
dail in their power to makc hke ai5d further, 4e4W he ?ac tl en the meting begac Mr H. e-- --
epy t~leasant atid usei e >r,1! .i:ds were cp the gn- jJPadore,- the EducaiOffOcer. teS yer ago he had favoured
"r. A. H Hnaml- mith added !.'* e Mohnunied, Ie pr. ",., rea two lettr out e complee Government control oft
w*ome on behal of thel .si- on- O.Xt rho .d *a eerme.-- a t- h &' 1 M "n t schools. A Auccenmo of Governorsi
-.- -d pro-ised th*e ju,,"e all _- Methodast Ctiurck Supermintendent, .--s.*e one-bad r et ing e s
tco-^pe co. and help tha ointig out that the signature of lie but Mr L Eaxter. when e,
%ors coul gd tive. Rev. -. W, Charlesworth to the v~as Director of Educabim made
gChe. ce statement of Christian serious attempts to reduce the[
-G u at.n yj dnCompany Secretary'ot epe-number of church schools.
UIRt ArM li Dedu-ca tionp t '-ect the retho di stand a, pre- i The mos ardent upholders of a
Mr. Justice Hallmnan repied in eires M y 13 ,5 bty t y ods. and another from di control. Mr. Pilgrim declared.
Ste Re. R NL McLean. llreabvte- were bound to admit the weakness
Pat: 'I rtrw'v apprcIsts, tlfj Ur. Edward AlvitaJtr Covk. < th l~ -4la~ it'f<,# unnecesary multiplicatiou
wd tomlbye which Ia ben ex-'secretary of the Standard Lite Aashtsnewly arrived in Grenada when of schools by which weVral dib-
tW<1 to me by the Law Ol~~icersu irazac cir. tpny in Triidid wTr hnadtd with r-*eftUrton. The tncte utilized expendIture which
of, t Crown and the other atmi- retire on Mky i a !w o6F s& is r MeLsa laid be did not 'couid be diverted to other phase*
bers of the legal proedia*ti tbhit unbroken service, ith i*rlniddled'theChurch of &OSeotuad. a c: edwctiom. As for the descxriptuon
morning. Guardian" was r.ficwed yestcr ay. was not aware -f the imptications godei!s" aPP-ied br s3me to Gut-
When a person riuch as* myef Mr. J. K. .Newbi-,.4 is:-ntetf the document as he had had no eInent schools. i was F st tho
atimee duties for the dm tt lit *crett *'*,h" tvv P-iot< tct p.,evious personal experience of dis- fa-lt hfthe Education Dep13"mime
thur is Wo geatWe help and en-' 'L ..t P' .4. . piceof1r. .omv i atonal hools. bt rather of those so misce l nl
Bt to hot tw atnow A iAUNIi of Urn. Mr.CIL C > For the aF k MI A a4ce aG free- them.
of hein'1:K5flbu1WIn eAand serve fordhil~dren, Arehdeacon ,H. t nkwSbad smat dared toI
of00I rnchdk~tIn. b "ofomoetead outtmMlbecas It;.farn
i Ot " -" "" bte b- anch aA sd Oaotseta *udcnrlaorndkeShaw ,Aneca) a-tl PW* dus ecatol aMd the moMtl
kxw members th 0b)'eh her e fe *a ppmt-!. ,epladed for the contiuatance O!by the Teachers' Union phodIt
e"A yl e I pro.tssan, are avno eofe ob ( Mr. and M. ,k rn to live. and enthustasti co-Peration of i was written oa. The bet thing
theu ITrl-atd I have no diob that, in Tobago untin ewh, the *war; cthe clergy.A As the d&vne coa for the teacher, b declared. wl
ofr in T' rtn!ad as mti any Aherofhen tnht propose to ret'.:n back ion o(f the Church was to teach Govterimeiat control.
"n of the lnpre, ll liber s Uhomre. iit was iocssb:e to seto rilw t a SAFTtoa
the ,,rolea wl liarlt Pun h; mr-'v cfi"e ce Ier*. stent divorcing rvijxon from edu- SA 0AD
their dulle to the Co*urt with hor- tr, Cck mane inet: nd,, b.ois (aticB At e.r .
Ot aand Lntegrtty. I have no doutt n Trintdad tn outrr V. %etndiat At the previous meoua Mt. W.
that the coril UmetiUtnen whiChlhIC4:,-$ %:uc.i ;. :r,-u.te. yr.t LLNATIO. FEANED GOB. Dunovai SuperiMuademt of
Nhv been exwiwsed i^ UW^ WM114 c''^**< :%4* du;;es ,Agriculturt. had saaJ4 all lin tmat-
l-bte be'e- exred th, tuin i E --*u It was regrettabe -! the rnemo- 'M4g. ai bh deairs. all his imput e
.. ..he .t..d... a .. "- randuam was taken a threat and twir local and bhe had always e-
eanetrt er that the"5e gd P it 3 IS&& not A ac"r^c.* AnguiB drai-oured to istervre the a4M I
~e~tikm haU tontmue d.:rg 4 V Coca G rowers 'priets, Mn cohjenuous grounds.I'a"a wishes of thss to whoa he
in r in ahy att- ,belonaced The thoughts and as*
z- 'T..ht Draw |Dividend 1aU'oa be ty amd tbhe om rrUoos of a peop twer be ate-
--l' CAtb pr1 w-ret bound tto tak !ptsd by Member of the an*
rh_ %t.A*L ,, W:11.n< U., Cr ,siMilar action. >>,r would &AnySpecies There could be no psogeem
Trade Envoy Back ... ;,| ms4ru, a g at ed-uctuouandt"wouldever-
....h. e. An"C .o.ony a-s An agreed syuaos was tapsw- main a m ytm o WWy asU te y- t
Otti *CUM& Co Srixt4 nthe!niie till atllAeoia anomin a we of syum pred with ts Wtade-
roU .S.U/ MISI U n oi Oc:oer LI 1. 9 3ptem- oae faith anad onder Tohe cfler iy aot aMiia aT other t.
rtiS AS MT-irw te.iBr 30.^a %%3 5is 30n ts per iOb were intereste in UBtlenominscaa. C^RC
i tg'der h rrd o cA S.c halt m, pe v& t*al boards B -of control.Nither He had p4 aowal be paed to
Cweted ft fPere'aary by the Ivmiadw
Chsnber e C ercetos bthoe Pay .t su =A-ac t tbe ariot tor nght of eatirr nor reserved teach- ectarla t t ebool and
'r-oct etcyz: .eV-SA. &and (Can P-'179 te-'Qxs Wo t w Ph *o sub- & Was aStisfactory solution be felt the Raw.l. Dyi.s motio
ata in s:? eixcct to expeite 'si1-" -sn cs retur'n-"e.Ii nd i Mi r. e a o :; tthe Ainsit- n action wo_ a op the qnMeu thoae t terMt of tht Colony. tte

Vartt'og ;.dtt : uthe "tiar dad i.... N r.9 thbt a scheme fo a buil ag n ro- Thie tlo itatmes t asm educitato-
B D-- AT I,. -" ? C-Ntt b. gm d itri.tsam of school s pley ,-ib th -tur Is--
., T.' Acc~,t~k mby M rm S w. S. the > better camaitsMa of emlaymt alt aoftiSM had tte tO
ac-u tl a uv purnpoe. I. a. S-annQ erinxecitpd -sal of teb^ers a W4petoas w r-wth te, po4pleM Ra. p ftr had
,f. eetaida --e .tMR IJ t PO a TAect-ri Training', workoNbe uBdar lte as e 4 a* the aimand reort asa a wo
the r SA apnd SC liCca r.lp &&a Fernstido, will leave tom. They rmit gearan.the am W U- TIe megaccatiat UM artheche
tisw a it- *athemln *t of:lM olf C'.. r-% mr 1 (i RXc-inonsi *le4100 011 the Meot avoid 5 brigmaasa. oreily ,
ir tor I-? T- I Sabtaae loa~t* in C*r-aMa. b K Plgim. sewred be w- ltd.it take the chureea in
ee s.k beM a report b the to--- to" at Of cw, opp..oW. _.t- thmetdeiter co* mOVw be eae-
Chamber o6 Cftftmvm CON~TUMNCK DELEGATI !bte te Re VA. 0 3 Dyer Othe Vbthe GrOAt N SAer w h om
he__________ Te Hc. be H 0. Seeord of staimsotem alatie ha be et. the eB #a .
aa G RruiranaUl.o expected to be feed adcomnedhieappo-D.t.& ra.aterebtamg
tbr yWrCItryne3ggR#ad forthiseecn ies"name des usmrpuwinl
Aritia To Supply L ei tos ^tos6 r He- tiHe ws^ l itdamew
he wo emerselCted tO amj w expre" b" emacmeat r"gard Raft.emoreul o aebseis. 9
sffeettemfom tAwe
WNater To Vil;hg< ber 4c"t'.miner"e at ta, kh &"m- sawsfte "bet a am th an eeb& -m f- de-
Trintidad Gemudisa Cuwieill n l Cliansher* *f Con mere *hicl iy neewere eoeseim y ep tavter t erte god
ARlIMA. May -n~ At~-! be held ta Rrse~to an uternbu ii cordiaaSeSl.M lisiamsarather thea a odin
p>yIrt2O will spend U,1. JM0fr _____________________ ____ Since he feek ef the >aimotor- ilosest. ____
wa: er to Rafaiklawaiiainc l '.^ ***------------------
itrs~~~ bese beld dbinBe3i
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J^^-.Mo ^ THIS DAILY -BEAUTY SATE LEE


PILES
Sufferers fotm the 'auWWWaf
IrrItaton. the enha sO& aset CTOACMA
paia t.ued by pihea- it I1
*u *paraticz may be eaamtv. Ask'; De l A
e atsotmin a a te eai 5km r-e M
nwaeiy. He kjowa tf tand*t, --* wm. -" m**'L.*Kg
CC=a wtb this Baem MA!
Ow stdm realwfy to NMMIt Saw me teamt; acid~ ill
fbow P04L. t(. tbe ed"~,-l>^^ r~f kaZ
gatee oxe to b teabc ot OfveSa
Saa wbixh make t eme am ofm h Kemoc Rft
foot-liftgheallng Vigusm 40s ~at bat
a"d simpe.
mm us. is so ortdamry ohl* a0m4, -
pnpare4 for the pPanmo by wefbad sttiumct.
i t hea trutatlos. 5y t Tar J taaAs
bebeasiMe1n and de 'ps z lee the labM-
tm ndm. aUd p W& is mew A-
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Parea I anm400r. 11 ", m -
wws m -be sew
Im Ia Mteeh. do a -*en
tw men wie killed an d two other*
wme urtd uder the dertia.
diaoe at 6 wtoei rw mircs the
bo aSPd releasing, the iured
men. MsR -MdtQ euFmgg bad
been de tryd and he was eom-
peOed to work with a- pair of
im amad a ma wooad saw, with
whih he maceeded i releasing
me mae after apmmtttng h s
Ilh." dhe eItatioan tntues
"he accofplnshed whle the air at-
fttt VTer Ia ut H while held
S t~a k J m s.and wafted
3pqtt down by his legs.
&Is an engagement between BDtt-
kh and enemy ground forces his
Incemant work carried on under
'not rioru conditions together
with his coolness and curae
owvd a source of tnspiration to
Latest addition& to the list of
Triudad men and wo 'e" serving
with the form overseas. a pub-
lished In the Circular," -areas
foilows:
H. D. de la Mothe. a sapper with
the RoyVal Canadian Egineers; Air
Mechanic A. W. Pocock. of the
Royal Navw yFeet Air Anrn: Mi
Rta P. lut and Miss Katherine
Wight, both of the Womens Royal
Naoai Service.
Recwt pruomotams in the se reims
included Cadet Elsie Barnell. for-
mer women's page editress of the
Trinidad Guardian" to Sublatern:
Lieutenant H. K. Bl1 to Captain;
Plot Officer W. A. Becket to PFI-
in Oficer: Flyinmg Oflcer F. r.
Dempey to Flight-Uentenant Ser-
geant N. J. de Verteun to Pilot
Officer: Air Mechanic A. W. Po-
cock to Sub-U1utenn: Fplying
Officer J L H Richards to Plight
Lieutenant, and Corporal Beryl-
Smith to Second Sublatern,
Included on the March casualty
11t of "Th-e West India Committsee
Circular" are 11 Triniadians. three
of them killed in action or on
acive service, one previously miss-
ing. now believed killed. three miss-
1IA, Presumed killed. and three
others reported nmisslng
Listed as killed In action ar:
Sergeant K. J. Alexander.. ormer
'Tfrinddad Ouarlian' reporter; Fly-
ing Officer U, L Look-Yan and
Sqaadrion-Lader H. D. Vinables.
Prevoustmv isi g but now be-
lievted kled is Sergant R. T.
Abbott mlsing. pzes-rmed killed:
Pilot Offlc-r G. L de Meimac,
Leading Aircraf.zman C. C. 0.
George. and Aircrmunan A L.
Stone.
Reported r.Lssing are PIot Offi-
cer J. T E. Curnming-Barn Flight
Serteant C. Eckel. and Fghb: Ser-
geant R 0. PhiUl:ps.
HE O1 VISIT.
Mr, ilay idns.wtm, assistantt
maa Wr of lhe Canadsan brarch o
the Standrad Life Awnrance Com-
pory. nmved in Triudad ast
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AUCTION SAL
AT
14 High Strieet, Sn F'do.,
on Moudey, Mey 15t, 1944
AT l7 M. SHARP, -
Folkwoing -stro & -"'444
from Mu BHUM. Mrs. -I"l".
MeSS. LovelL. D ateW MoxeI. I
will-l U by AUCUUbo at mir Asaet
Mart, on Monday. May 1. t 7I
pm, Wardrobea Dreada TasbbK
Buraux. Morrtis Suites. Dint
Thabie Dining Chaul, Cbal Cab-
minet. Shfferobe, Meat Safe, Beat-
wood Chats. Carpets, SMleoaL.
Canadian Cainr4. 4'V S hamM
Beds. Spring and Beaurty-rt
Mattres. 3' r s mmn Bed and
Spring. Wastand, lamed Mir-
rao, Writing Deks, 6o-COan ?aj
Pens. 7-TUbe PilNt Ra dio. OXJ
Refrgerator, Medlum-saxed Cab-
inet, Sinagr Hand Mahilne. Wager
Foot Machine. Electric itidng
Lamp. eetric rvan Toy Car,
Pres. Water HBO, Complete Set
Tools for Garage. Electrtec Stove.
Perfection Stove and Oven, V*n-
dah Set. Radio Pick-Up. Dining
Set, Crockery, Shew .
Items on view prior to day of
sale.
(Sgd.) CEDRIC ESPINET,
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S wter at the Dr ail a
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flA SCITOb STBJEEr. SAY4 H npagmp^t.p,
SATURDAY THE TH MAY. 154 | s JU m Mi
i.s P'.M.
OB hnatntclons received from ___________
Mrs. Styth formerly of Tarouba
Eti,,e. whose furniture his beti, ______
removed to the Man for COvm.- ,___x_________
wuice. the udersigned wi sell by
auction on the above date. U t me
and plaMe furniture be w4* ,to i"rr' e n *
her and also those of Mr. C. -t 0n/
Merry. min waUlnsa Mr. H. Web- 9A; cta 1 o0
gter and others to include:-
China CxVttnet, 3-wing bureaui.
wetting deske, 2 Portable graenw()- T
phoes. I Bruawkck Vlctrola-hm-i C JropiCS
mopbtne: I rund dini table
uwith turned klegs: oval hape din-
a tae. i cp S-wing t bureau: 4
=a11 drawixg raom tables ansd :
bMki dres ing table: breakfast. : Tl
table: 2 Ral1ir CYcles; I umber,
Cyve; 1 Sevem Ccle; me; a safe.
v r Sawac s bed and ipx-zgi; PLAN1 'ER'
chOd's bed with spring and m *,-; M A iS
trn; boak-oea: RoD top desk;
Lar w cp Wardrobe. ad2 I ",
boards; D e-waggcei. 2 baby's, rw o
cre 4 b uua Spraji%; f
abft r 4atr and spri; i s' ,
R.C.A Radio b(Vltor One sc:ie'
Oaoter; l I-tube Wesquvghowse 1. ITbthm Geid.-
Dresria Tabkle- Child'sa dM-i
ha i tane o wheel. Cds nIfht
Chaik-;tklM'% diningCiaaL. MQ-
pmi records: -pictre; MaSaunes AT
a"m book A&C ,
Dated this "h 6r o? Mkvy l^ umcn k i
Sam a pnor t HOTEL Do PARIS
w Turn AMd =Le. fa i I'
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_TTIPAPn GUA33I.WAY. I MAT 19"4 6_Iu.


Party Attacked Trinidad Officer oSaw Sermce
Ar Seat in Grenada "bw41011 In Fa Battle F Sin
tiFor'S!ngap-ore
am ao 40 Port- I % mom ch eow la" SfMeree nwhned the laat of the ArW5
A MaM *-Wt W Mr. W. I. Jut laW inolaatod b n te 4= and Sw1tberiau Ushbaada to liit the Japi% during to eluing
-~l Party h e4 teIlpoae t4 B62a0Rl T. A. Marry- at thV* i. Jepk aS OoMOt nhan tS4Oa0 tbi battle ftr 8 gapWOe hS toll d 11 aer MSke atwy of 2b-
deobalaI h o nCa^stic 54w The &YA Wli6Mari giving the Admialty aceOUWst
SW 4oet a#0t Legislative Council earreupoadence $Wad nd mad oTeachers ItN10 eL
ia during the paWse we Indudd as a&letter I a a&f ll ainat wee mn thur _ohbmm_ MtM im_ to not.
,M ,i ,eW*.ul rpa f t atthe hs&"W=aMc0 A& TU4ed RI,. Lifit
3maMg aS Ia Dr. Ryan ad- Weir, e0i of Mr. "nd Mrs J. C. a fwhi^^he
r ta oa t "Woem Polit lct a IMturityde & s re w a a of th Le Ion o f of a, wof o as with ta lst o An oa much f tall"t
l risf.a the Mary am afterwards preached the ArgyU and t tbetin d bi-lh "The M4t%4tt 1
=,aa tj ow al hlame ,t he m s
in g ivue of taooe m the The bookte tens an Argy i t mcICDtU c h
so, far In- m in the at. ecrass the causewaylow. Md
Inte-wid test 0J ctreg l Jabort with Sage a tew WOW on marine su btwihor, otnho e
010t3r0 o th (* pU d TSnrow he will bless a now da before the fall str en bad reached hfome "but do notf
. tJhOSU and Mr. altar emeod S t. Atony hod H. was wounded and i now a al the blame .. the man Oft e
d n the St. George's Prisoner of war f h e Jaw.aee at r least di ie best I
not stetup er. s e.ceh and participate in the M.oet tells how on A l h .


They cameover witneveer bee n pro pry l ~ a ,esore culatd
10la poUl ai May I elebrations in bonour of cer wae hit by masiuerad.ru Jatan-hiist0bes7 proper s e a*te(1.--
6 eded by teWBlesed Virgin. ema on February 11,9I4. Ifntormsa u y"a
Mr tth at te red Vgains atwo, received by Mr.'eM We an d M We The Ryothyad fuis. and treah
hira~i"h is Mitr. Julsnn _____ed in i ndicates that the ofoer referred to h t ha foste, aemen beri
Son- In the accourit was theite: a bottle which had been
wnul-triedority .W lestaa ttentheed e foreeehyla oe.t
ee ooffis J IMing rlV w we nd of ac tion from their ,Ships used so rom
tte deman tebatte te booet states: Jungle warfare, but with their ecowr-

,d~~~ngI~ Vetm aiy ymester ay hn thebor
o reconstructPr "Te last British trop to crg bsmi ome day. It M 01ay
weedS o ig w on ud. the ruausreway which links Johoreth l 1 w l wsrai"wetn tt t


WSel ould twhiet h It.S~.d h1 w,& Leay, A e~ Si d, mot Argy_ 14 S r 141


eerin ^ ------ to S evidence ehd een give fo Jo hm tth hutted camp out- En neer omplans
;: w ith t hsde Sinp ofr SingaporewereO I r

a] e arnes to M 12. "The 2ndcompolt battalion thus nie ehrtp nA e
S S The prc ution llegin that formed was of i ially called take te form Of that which 1
not set lip Sir ~~~~~M. Stewart. D.S.O.. 022.3, M.C.)yl aac:Jnefuh
They came over withthi pipes RoaJmi:,"r*fuh

arv aeea hred In the Charge against Jack Henwood oa playine Argyll Lattaleon, but l e w il ymr W M n D ew, totra
&ea public is beat Z ctySalesman, accused indictably 'ietheLiseran bowouthAruls. reembrWheitre

"Noarto len t b rcon- Mr. W.erk employed Ist u the erve o o down to history asehind the Plymouth e ir l' l eeMa e thir,
Its0 Oi uwr'Week, of offering a bribe 'was taken s"rength hiad beetr reduced to 25k, glorY."

atri and HON'BL T M t S uHOW thmm Tranport yesterday when the and the marines from the Prince of Wales and
S g Copland e hearing was con ub tinued. After fur- Wiles and the Repu lse had been youth '
"ther evidence had been given for Join them at their butted camp out- meoran om pasr
w l nl the prosecution, the case was ad- id e Singapore. eMucurpo Pumpg Station
P bitaWnInlg mourned to My 12., "The composite battalion t us Of In tee rence
-n -31 ~~~~~~~The protection In alleging that formed was offcially called teM.W .Dcotect
phv. appeared in the Henwood offered Miss Chinasing, Moarine Argyll Pattallon, but it will M .M iaote Ct
hitherto silent con- clerk employed in the Service of go down to history as the Plymouth i's ngnrof ahlry
-at. Patrick's and HON'DLR T. A. M.&3STSHOW the Transport Emergency Board, Argylls: the Prince of WVales and Coni' ni n e erorand m asidereby,
in.W. Z., Copland,.&p$500 to substitute for him false re- the Reple had been 'PlymouthInam ordu see b
Ub W ftIM -turns for original returns kept at ships., The marines formed two h uuao Pumping Station
i amrd arae Dljui t l t the Transport Emergency Board, companies, each with an armoured Ku Committee yestday af
I ngred to stand tot "-'-W-a--ucar and a Bren carrier, and the fel- .trnoon, alleges that Mr. Iarold
r"* a years W a ned Sookwah recorded his eighteenth lowship they created with the g fl-e D es, th twty Supervisotr, umer-p
seal conviction for theft yesterday when lant 9Jrd will be an abiding memory fered with ti- working of the pump.
Ne late F. H. CO he was sentenced to two years' im- in both corps. 'We never want bet- .lg Station and that this tended to
VtEa Z Not To Buy Imsb Ws i-snsen5 by M Wo
bY M rU prisonment by Mr. B, W. Celeatan ter companions.," said Colonel disrupt discipline there.
Mr. ank de Oas l e in the Second Police Court, Stewart. The Engineer of Machinery also
Am Mr. no (i. Sookwah pleaded guilty to an ao- protested that during the enquiry
former n ec e M eat cusatlon brought against him by RATrLE BEGINS one of the witnesses called was an
Constable Parker, who told the
in Dominic court that he saw him go toa "The Japanese attack on Singapore apprentice who was to ive "ex-
In ominic sailor who was sleeping on a bench tecan ir the early hours o Feoru- pert" evidence as to hoe the sta-
PW arning against the purchase of in Woodford Square and steal ciga- ary 9., 1942. The Plymouth Argylls tion wal being run ind as to how
By Party affected animals believed to be rettes from his pocket, were dispatched to Bu:dt Timah, It should be run.
Mective seats in the slaughtered In private 'aces has four miles from the city. The Jap- Mr. Dickson, in his memorandum,
tive Councill been issued by the acting Director Convicted on an accusation of anese r'ere shelling the causeway, states, that the pumps at Mucu-
"election went to of Agriculture In ,, progress report throwing missiles, Mersevey Ha- and the lorries were dive-bomoed rapo, were greatly overloaded and
the D..inDca on paralytic rabies In livestock t milton was sent to jail for three and machine-gunned continuously had been so for quite some time, a
AvoctUtiot which Is Apri 30. months yesterday by Mr. A.. -' J- It became necessary to abandon fact to which he drew the att -
Ith the West Ind!an An Infrormation Offi, release Hamilton in the First Police Court. them when the Japanese artillery tion of the City Engineer on sev-
Frty. Mr. Albert states that these annals should On an accusation of assaulting and got the range of the road. era occasions.
told the "Trinidad not be slaughtered fo,! human con- beating Augustine Scott. he was "The Royal Marineb and the "One reason which has aggra.
t01d the "rrinidod n nd thespubgicersdreq. u est.on-reprimanded and discharged. Ha-
terday. gumption nd the public request- as alleged, threw Highlanders marched through ruo. vated the condition," Mr. Dick-
ay returned to ed to report to the health authori- stone and struck Scott. ber plantationsa to their allotted son continue, "is th..t some em-
IW weekend aft dee or the police the removal of positions, where they began to dig ployees at the station interfere
enada, at. Vincent any affected animal. Harry Goodridge, who pleaded themselves in, suffering many car- with the engines by affecting t.id-
ea to form branches Paralytic rabies is reported to be guilty to an accusation of assault- ualtles from the air raids. Blaming justments to certain parts, which
most prevalent In the Longdenville Ing and beating Mildred Goodridge oil tanks lit up the sky and made they have no right to do."
defeated candidates area where there have been 26 was ordered to pay $15 or serve 21 it as bright as day. The tropical -,
Xba Napier, first ce-res, an Increase of 12 on returns days. rain poured down and filled the T i B
be elected to a West for the first fortnight in April. trenches, so that thie troops spent c r ur
Mtue, and hr. J. In this area, it Is stated, more Rawllns Francois pleaded guilty half the night up to the wastes In B
O remained in the desmodus rufus bats have beendes- to an accusation of throwing mis- water, while covering the withdrawal T l To
Omcll and waS troyed by th. Health Departmentile." to the danger of persons and of the Australians. One of the 0 t morrow
eExeutive Coun l Inyuding fr th eathe berten was fined $15 or 21 days. armoured cars manned by the Pa
Sxecutve Council including 36 frc the same bt- Francois told the magistrate that marines made periodica sorties to Tacarigua Orphanage Band will
of his colleagues had tom of a tree at Martius Trace he threw the Stone because he was a point on the causeway where It render the following programme on
mase of the refusal where 63 were previously captured. chased from a wake by some men. c oiren te causeway where n rteln rfthe M erchant
mt to order & gen- Reports from the Government He ran to his joiner shop whereI could fire effectively on the Japan- the lawn of the Merchant No'y
I, Bacteriologist, however; show 352 they pursued him, and he took up een wring parties Club at 830 o'clock tomorrow
1 vampire bats were examined by him a son andthrew itin self-defence. "At 6 a.i. next morning Marine night:
. 0. A Redhead, so- hut no negri bodies were detected aend eR. W. Seddon was 'having a bit of Overture: Western World Ed.
, aocepted&amanis- so far. Arnim Reed, accused of making a swill in a claypit,' as he put it, Chennette _ _
ent In Dominilca, Meanwhile, as a preventative use of o scene language, was fined when he ieard the sound of rifle CommunitySinging ll
SPatrick's in the old 1,000 doses of vaccine have been $7.30 or 21 days. Qeors Dias was ire. Captain Lang had been sur- Selections. Ia Gran Via-Chueca The
received through the Consul-Gen- ordered to pay a similar fine for rounded. Seddon thus described the y Valverde h
f. traditionally re- eral of Venezuela from e Vene- bahaval in a disorderly manner., Incident: 'Colonel Stewart cried Selection of "azz, Classics, Dixie- Standard Life
Ie safe stronghold of suelan Ministry of Agriculture, and ," '.i e g 'Come w iarIone, end W ng T land, Aoot
mot, eletors have vaccination campaign is in pro. Otlet ac*dshitt of fight-forward our iren guna h Songs-Trees andF rgr otsn.e A A.mmraseulB "n .
0 YOteiRBl vyon ?rIn tlue Tgne a I and throwing missiles to the Japs wore all sorts of rigs. Some Perfect Day, Carrie Jacobs Established in the West
ireas in the Lonthedenvllle to danger of persons, Bertle Douglas were In shorts, some witn equip- Bpnd. Indies for So years.
oontst and Carmen Sylvestre were ordered ment, others without; some wore God Srtve the King Marine Square P.O..
, Sullen has resided *n to pay fines and costs amounting only *arongs. You couldn't tell ---_ _--__
SSeveral years nw S e in Sickness t 50ad $20.50 psectively, whether they were Japs or Malaya il i
lSr. T3No le pn k n s It was disclosed that ylvetre or Chinese. The undergrowth was u i r
RSMM TwaIMr. In _f anta other 1rl were quarreling. very dense, and we had to open up Quill r eries
adMR. eportedWuastriedto pafy them and at random, I was doing a bit of
no.e L ,otbyh, va eandih ,gu nSR tu nOfM teil
Departmentof gAgrcult tredrie vestre then, started e to fiht and spraying with my tommy gun and RoetaurnOfMa Nteial
ft Andrew t oSU*.fsubsequently threw bottlesandfg ot some of them. Captain Lang
I th Hon J B o rinte Colony att, stones at each other. had defended himsel with his re- Trinidad Guardian Correspondent.:I
Iale, opening Salvo ness, wa reported 7r meet- volver and joined up with us. ARIMA, May S.-Reported return i 2 QUEEN'S PARK EAST
. amh a as o I 0ng with very satisfactory results, W illiam rvals wh wa found "That night we had no sleep. The of building materials said to have
so IF o by he no capr sh, having occurred during onboard a lighter without a per- Japs must have been within 50 been loaned to certain members of
Sam of the parish, the asx-week pe od ;ri to Aprtl mitwas sentenced to 30 days' im- yards of us. We could hear them the Arima Borough Council drew I
L sseOtwry of St. 30. prisonment by Mr. A. J. Hamilton shoutin,. 'Any British or Indian query irom Councillor St. ClAirAsh- TDANCE.
5 Latest progress report releeedhby y terday. -troops ere? If so, come out, the by, Deputy Mayor, at last Friday's E AN
ardf who won the the Depifrtment through tbhe In- war is over' We went on a bit of a meeting of the Council here.
rM t I ris formation Office lists the number Failure to register four motor- patrol next day and saw half 0 Councillor Ashby gave notice of
Amnthi h fs eo of recorded cases since the disease car tyres cost John All $10 yester- dozen strutting along. At the time the following questions :-
th a is lt I started In October last as *T" of day when he was convicted by Mr. we e; 't sure what they were, so Will the Mayor state whetherany TH U RS D A Y
- this junctur to which 63 have recovered. B. W. Celestain. All, who was ac- I challenged them. They answered, of the materials, namely, cement MAY 1
t oet n to his Figures furnished In the reqrt caused by Lance-Corporal Brath- 'Punjabis.' After eoing a few paces and/or galvanized iron sheets MA
W. Wlson backed by show incidence of the disease as walte, pleaded guilty to the charge. fart- r they suddenly opened on is, loaned to certain councillors have
gO Citizens' Associa- highest In the Penal and Morne hitting an Argyll officer been returned?
1aDilo district with 1 reported Driving a motor vehicle 16 miles hith
to ca, b g xieWc fwstepe ii. Party, un- tel disric Het 1e "WithSneddon was one of the boy- I the answer Is In the affirma- RJ.A.S. DANCE BAND
cases, Debe being next with 66. In excess of the speed limit cost buglers "roe the Prince of Wales. Uvt will the Mayor state by whom I E
* to be no question- Donkeys have boen harder hit Rudolph Gonzales $16 yesterday He as then 'neaoy 15.' O ive wlnd whe? M stta saeyw
Swhen he was convicted by.Mr.JB.nhHe.wasthenJ'nearlthe5iseasethenndcwihenencerbeinghig
y M. Joh I r the disease, incd beinc hegh. W Celestain in the Second Police ght the Japs Invaded the Island Will tie Mayor state whether
Wn acclaim for ast among them, with honer next ourt. everything went haywire.' he said. the Council is entitled to be in-
k'lyr and mules least affected. During the fighting a Jap sniper formed of this transaction? If the
, ..--.-- Second vaccination eamp ign un- Mahadeo Sankar, Sahadeo, and who ld been h ing up a tree answer is n the affirmative will the
] .CK dertaken by the Department was Deo, accused by Sergt. Bleasdcll of jumped down on me #Ad wounded Mayor state why the Council hu
t, district traf- continued during last month In the the murder of Seeram Lala, were me in the wrist with hiA bayonet. not been informed? MISSION/- i)
Aerican Air- counties of St.Davd and St. An- yesterday committed to stand trial could stick him myself, so I called Wi the Mayor state for the in-............ I/.
wU to t' colony drew as well Caroni Ltd., bring- at the next Assizes. the sergeant, who finished him off, formation of this Council whether
t a business trip to ing the total number of animals CAUSE TO BE PROUD there is any record to show that Hen. Lady Members-FREE.
bout a month ated up to 2,91. STAMP LECTURE the materials have in fact been re-
------- ___________________ Capt. H, A. Theme will deliver The booklet goes on to give a turned?
Lecture on "Stamp Collecting." at graphic account of the final hours the answer Is in the affrma-
HSjimnIIIII HIDM the Y.W.C" A,, 7 Sweet 3riar Road of Singapore and the attempts at tive will the Mayor kindly order
,___ -__r ____________________ Such is the story of the Royal acord be plaed o n -
IIOOL "Marines in Malaya. It is a tanged -
Let m. H story, and there are few left to tell INFORMA MEETING
moeg es. autb~ Y Oe M ~ of It. All the offcers of the detach-. An Informal meeting of the City F
Puum t'fe YOKARE HERE AGI ne Tnry ent inth r. nce of Wales .&nd Council ha ensummoned for R T R
lH eS t r y adio or LIGHTING p ul ecnepi esof4.13 p.m. tomorrow to d~acuss the Tr
N t* T ry r future of the electricity undertak- SA L
yea ha hve a lmied eatnty1 In thA. unhappy history there is ing
.. of mew U8 Batterii. .,


AND

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miwdm Dime
ab stew
'f Stow
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ISIREI'S
,ROCERY


92 Oxford SL.et.
Thursday 11th May
1944,
IS PJM,
Instructed U. yon Es ., We
will I such ueful ite. a asu:-
Pair Simmons Beds, ori and
Mattreaea, Fold]g wa Mat-
treas, tlo Bids with spring-flled
Mattrses.s= Ladiet MIrrore' Demk-
ea and Stool. Douwae MwioedPh
Bedsde 7K Gent's Ompxium- ,
Baby's COib. rap. Tabieesnd
Ch&U hain Cab" O And T"a
Troll, DiL. and m ile-ans, &e-
tiV Wattle In, ot Pate, ad
Reading Lamp, Stasking and AlaM
Clocks, two Squares Linoleum, Meat
ioe. Food Jar. AlIm. Coker. Seb-
gram Settee and blis Sock*s
;an~d:=tata Co ba r wiihm"
4 GOfda Oh ire, se and TWe,
Atlas 0-TUo SRadIo, 1 O.. lr2. .
Ite1 nm ,Iwd prior tend
Marnlflf Ve lana tenw>-CASU.
son3 uEaIf3M0. IP.
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Room


I HENRY STREET,
near T.G.R.

There you would get G
just what you are
looking for and can't
get
For we make it our
business to collect
rare finds, even
Soumnirs & Antiques
THE TRIIDAD
&UCTIONEERING

BROKERAGE CO.
,(L L Whiteman)


and watch
Stem grow
U healthy


FOR SALE


RINDUSTAN SUGAR FACTORY
and 418 Aeres of Fotd Lands
Any offer, or inquiries must be ddreusd tr
Mr. D. A.' Lourie, Hindustaon Estato, Princes
Town,
IA-wm to tledarf hrmMt h my esr He
6" m. an/"&at ow of *0 we" w od e w m a.


25, Chacon Street,
Tuesday 9th May
1944
1.30 P.M.

S Instructed by '1rs. Cottrell, Mr.
Ribeiro and Mr. Edwards we will
sell such goods an useful Items
Sl inmmno a.. o' "r "tngle aiad
SDouble Beds, Springs and Mattress-
S s, Crap, and Mahoany Dressng
Tables, Glass-top !odyi Dreawr,
Hanging Presses. W"stads., Wo
mall Saman Cheat of Dnwera DII-
ing Tables and CTlrs, 81deboaad.
Crockery, Oil Stoves, Ice O10t,
Glaassware, ChUild' Play-pen,
Chair, o-Cart, Pram, "rtb TZj
Seat. Han( and Trdle e'b
Machine, Electric Hot Plate, o -
or, Iron, Fan, Reading: p,' 4"
Burner Stove and Phonoprarb.
Also'
Carpenter's and other tools as-
Chilek. Saws. Planes, Squares, Ao
KU, Dril,,M Blow LaMpS. e 0_1 L"
Wood Carving Tools SomlW
#10a= and SIlver-plated Donms
WrMpet.I
lAMe OR view now and teris-

Boyd &Hutchn
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New arrivalss In our

Kiddies' Dept...

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* BOYS' SUITS
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"a L Petite itLusicale
Presents Its Third Annual

Tea Party & Twilight Concert
Under the Distinguished Patronage of
His Excellency the Acting Governor


On
SATURDAY 3rd JUNE, 1944
at 4.00 p.m.
at
The Royal Victoria Institute
Music through The Ages with Apollo the Greek,
God of Music and Poetry appearing.
Price $1.00
Space kindly lent by Trinidad Buildlng and Loan Assoclatior


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w more welcome in war work


ASK plant Manars what a ruet-pane
means to workers In war pro.
durdon..., more wcka-uuent.
ment. And contentment w in.
creases output. Add refresh.
ment to a rest-paus and thr
feeling of contentment isa
InctusLed That's a reason
why you find Ice-cold
Coca.Cola so welcome Isr
war pints.
Ic*rcaU ComCoA*DS gam
beond JM queshb
thira tobom$ T M
freshmaso. hs deollelai
row -am. Here Ibs a
dsmkio wiaha, 1-
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Rejecm160OfWaterPlan

"Puts City In Difficulties
S itsawY i tea at a wk ot the Mayors
campromisM motion following the
L9is-ture's passage of the new water
M6Ja1 the City Council has put Itself in
further difficultles, and it is not easy to
heese the outcome. A contributor to
Sthe "Guardian" recently described the
Council as composed largely of "crude
political saboteurs," and the phrase was
apt. An example of the type of argu-
"ment used against the unified water
scheme was furnished by the letter
Which we published last Thursday, from
two City Councillors, in which the
alleged autocracy of the Trinidad Elec-
tricity Board was cited as a ground for
rejecting current proposals for the con-
Stol of water supplies.
I Port-of-Spain were well served with
water or had good water prospects, one
might understand the City Council's
laying to the Government, "We are doing
the job efficiently and don't need your
help." But with the supply as poor as it
Is the Council can have no warrant for
efut ng to come to terms. The letter
alleged, among other things, that if the
Council Joined the Government scheme
it hands would be tied-that the public
would cry out for water, and the City
SFather would not be able to supply It.
This would be amusing if the shortage
of water was not so serious.
Further on the lettEr stated that even
SLondon and other big cities did not
have the 60 gallons of water per head
enjoyed by Port-of-Spain, and that peo-
ple from the country moved into town In
order to get a better and cheaper supply

wI the ou-district d to admit, how-
ever, that there was an acute shortage
tIn certain parts of the city, but it ex-
plained this by saying that the trouble
Swas political rather than technical. No
doubt we were expected to infer that this
little political mischance could easily be
* adjusted, though the letter-writers con-
fessed they had no proper information
Son the subject
All of this adds up to a minus quan-
tity leass than nothing. It is a type of
twaddle which will deceive no one but
Sthe extra-gullible, and which has helped
to put the City Council into its present
Shole. The public is not impressed by the
suggestion that the Council's hands will
be tied if it joins the unified scheme,
When those hands have already proved
Incompetent to abate the water shortage.
Nor Is anyone tIntereted in the millions
Of gallms said to be available, when
:many districts cannot get a glassful.
The letter does. however, make one Im-
portant admit ionm-that It Is politics


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Tan, Willow Calf

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$4.75 to

$1443 per pair


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-IMlll.MATIL -WK


iNMr% Welot Warn tmnvariably
bring w wors ntao us and die-
toarles unfortunately cannot be
vbmMd Mpty mB.

Points From Letter :
*L P. WDKEXS e*empe our cinema manatements
It prUfr wt audIenes to
man go., grl*umt etec. in-
*Aaad ~ ~ F -ua.t cMPr their
te fo-Va lthsw ye5rs. as
__* T1 t>r aein


*fCe. ia haS pUt.j stM tI a*'*-
. o tpee otr f^ c d-


pus OdH',^^ n "?* 49 ft- Ar.
he m soopfo

O it to ** d11t"* #my 94


some a ste fim& V T
peisnw thae lutaerspwt eas W t




SthO Best ater jt any as,
andIHkoolyrttbtat thy abid get




AT on benefAt. But wl ahrs? The
wr of impneatiene whea ogh
United N at muschielpa insemphtai
tM the way to win the water was to beat In
Empir. e Prdirs Agree



To 'Bearst. Wither FirJapanstanding on
AT one time Australima leaders showed
signs of Impatience whet other
United Nations' chieftains emphasised
that the way to win the war was to beat
Hitter first. With Japan standing on
Australia's doorstep, it was but natural
that our Antipodean friends should be
anxious about the preservation of their
country from the enemy. But now that
the Japanese tide has been turned back,
they are better able to see the global con-
flict in proper perspective. Mr. Curtin's
association with the other Empire Prime
Ministers in London in endorsing the
"Beat Hitler First" strategy, sets the seal
on the unity of the fighting Dominions
on the eve of the Allied invasion of Hit-
ler's already battered fortress.
Mr. Curtin, however, emphasises that
the Japanese must not be neglected while
Hitler is being disposed of in Europe.
Recent Allied successes In the Pacific
indicate not only growing Allied strength,
but its use to good effect in weakening
the enemy's position and preparing the
ground for the all-out phase whenever
it comes. As the Australian Prime Min-
ister points out, Allied strength in the
Pacific must be maintained at such a
level that the struggle does not deren-
erate into a stalemate.
Hitherto there has been encouraging
evidence of Allied superiority which has
been kept up more than a year, and
which continues to grow, although It
has been possible to throw only a small
part of Allied strength into the Pacific
battle. Since the Allied counter-offensive
was launched good progress has been
made in the drive towards Tokyo, but
the core of Japan's defenses has not yet
been reached. As the Allied forces draw
p*rer It is probable that they will en.
taunter stiffer resistance., which will be
more easily overcome if Hitler is quickly
conquered in Europe and the bulk of
Allied power is transferred to the East to
destroy his Pacific partner in crime.


Help For Famine Fund
IN remitting more than $50,000 to the
Servants of India Society for relief f
the Bengal famine, the India Club au
done a splendid piece of work. Many -f
the contributors may have looked upon
their aid as a means of relieving the un-
fortunate distress of their fellows at
home, but it is also a magnificent con-
tribution to the Allied war effort.
Bengal's proximity to the war zone
makes the welfare of its inhabitant- of
the greatest importance to the war effort
not only in defence but in attack. Peo-
ple dying of hunger do not care whether
their country Is conquered or not, nor
can their territory be of much use as a
base of operations against an invader.
The sponsors of the fund deserve to
be warmly congratulated, not only for
their forethought but also for an achieve-
ment which has already topped by $400
the 150.000 target set.


Death Dances Amo


Hitter to looln manpower fta
D eai l R- a* dinvoM-a
soldiers by the ti saai w
teUrrify~nt r gularity
Rauph ReIn ,. a repatriate re-
porter trom Vicy to the United
state%> a s- h okwa
ar t M -New To I
7E Xio~ni of Xlsnh U.
'Germany' casualbtIes n Ru-
miw a"d ty durin the wint
campaim have maund an acut
manpower short which 1 pla-
ing the Wehm aeM w as Gee"
man industry. tlamos of reom U
to 20 yeoam ww bae the
war wMth the PoU(1 am* Roadm
campairlns have bees etmo ,
"Germsan beo t19e ow M
payMg the hi* tet ML fst i
that m eCUM Ut le r eet 1
the cullity acamltls of b- f-


Ia" setma vtted oy 2S Is as
by maying. leb, a the Germans
bad som ethn theid e too."
Whesome bo mbe rcntl fell
bmfWNW I S large Vebeno*
os ^etmnotar frmonef of
jtmn' el rmad sta tiwios, anl Rom
wiked and My trbt Oeauw.
mOK be U g -ated a02 ow to
store their ailene supplI."
,l-v,
I do BOtmy that was tre. I
merely MA that such was the ati-
trde of the Baom. No reasonabe
pOroM"a mw erouiy maintain that
the AIWs have bombed historic
Rams-the ae-mi. ReBee we
al lof. wMich wIth its unequalled
cultul trswa is t he patrimony
of the entire civilbed world.
Aa an eye-WIne. I can testify
t emMan ra0daIs m un-
tries to make It
an= that Ahled air attacks have
SRome their Intended
target.
I can state, however, that there
has been wreat devastation at the
railroad statdos encircling the
city. It Is natural that some dwell-
ings nearest those stations and
the rail lnea the aerve were bad-
ly damaged but the targets were
dlputaby legitimate molitary
ooes.
City Not Crippled


=L meadaes sare eys ,em
htose st aa wg uiderly boe I l 10=
no oHe e W WW Ute tyor to
a t I CY .suect od of aven diMs



ptetijm-tlon/noll I-- (Ne ---- fo I--n.
'*" "^ "'L ---imI- g t ax a teg alimfc


House older Ds"concerted heVne amen,'ro.
the aft tiwdaS ~dlma" ue saretu11W ew

t a al oelpfUirst, to erectehoesbeer mus hemlt
a bo OB tuh aesete Main Road Cts telk en Gueses iWall


but I tbM en aI sam"tr vuta eomedurin mty A hS la Mr.
then mtieh t aysre the Utrs- the Be he a Grve fw 1P-w
-Ud was smat.a.eod a I have yeal ma 3 meMan Tiffs


wtto th elaim- eI Je a tI a i n a
grt the approve p th- ar pn ci dayest nyhoer.y
st to bs ha. pco oee ldicsona t
iut U pbUbc IS eetn ou After the second bofPpa of
Sasetre s wt bs.in hortage Ron.e dtearn mid-Auustadt year.
th coined Utao a capital an

duc ...s. b"lsopen city" Even a noe that tie
Port-of-Sgtain____ thei "open citpa quytre. beaa beai
But tisevidently s e subject of livelydcatelcSoft amont
thr hmptuoe Te ntak tl thent I.t.ican population n. d s
hav bcoe wnM gv.ery- ra a naletI, Imporit b.



tha't. H e s tond o f the smar howi-er m so t tadmit tdats
Wbfletea~o wifrr inoo O, concption of Rome as an


intne s tthe worlold th emdoneven itr has lon u lor t
Ad tenitate aet people carinsidered anmi ta ry ot Wte1 in
it a n y good tig reading howu IrdInt wtheue because the-
ledg agent shi d btllt wer Germ ansY and houri y t; ave
theowne's plce Tetenant, or- tenants r. these protesta-
But Ct Is vieatty serving a i, abse trihe chtStieriv~ Odf


ether purpofe-tha an l tenant notrch taiyfo te yno
have becon e owner, ovnerniht, and staeI tei Ingthe to IOnsu* $0


oaen Ine rcesumptuoiu one at T -i o cu mst nis oef oGr et
tha. IHere Is juos one d the manyn in *noen-inMmredy




instanres1 rr
h ags" ita h afte hearing a they .+_ wola h ".r.ha
caae of a tenant, Instead of eject- bee mil taryf targets"tIn


ntg him sent him beotck to ut e t and cigt d ahe Crthe
the owners place. The tenant. ap-g isrea teit&or-U'h M-



r- -- F IicI exalted. nceticell for they carnot
e for tthet ower iontheya heke ei ithei=ontorwthe-
an dt^ condua beating hse. 'riple otr mesitnsojurn of HitermanS.





1owe UIs wowt s o d isuragedthay m ahn o sense AnlRe emp hatierely

C M a9Lk 10 'Pacet o livena is c r- t w~ dh ae beei n posile fo
tie o r thet n op blwgaserio hedos a "n t ishte a fo dirtec twh
Civil aS. tiits the Plr a tert rey ? Mocndedwiith thne asingly f-

TV 111"Or p ^r d~ rAIRP T Itor up nItaly' ralo ad th e terta


the cb cub ON meet, buy orwmeld thaei m=stary ~ ost-
'their ousVt i n other "ttricts. sn mption cofu s ofe. aI ivem- I
ti e dente f the drstri c t are e seen Germ ean ftiler t
leu s thouIf Yoftu refuse etorpay pant sathejsh ofRm e,
the fabulous Pricet asked e antey aient and reverpad Colossem.
vendor bef has riCen to i cent asw It st have sden pot i l fo
Prer llb) and threateanto a aIn the[ hdenI nthe tho hen thrUY hr
,owthS s s werned Ret tte runso trioar motorumei

Tea wtheeor rrsadarnedm torn ua!pth IetMW 'o f tOado ow oorme.
Maref in gat hagknad iv aIAllI-t would haverbeen poss bleufm.
vlede ndor thet sha tiop 6alleriesand juthe Ihese Germans Odrc hi gtra
their tb andtivesten to latherdsic. hiddntion ofe garrowse have nea

law the weeder. are warned not to. the ruins of Trajan's Forumn.


AU Dobt Removed --
The visual Impression m of this
tremendous material superiority of
the Alie contributed largely to
strengthen the Romans' conviction
as to who will win the war.
'he Romans suspect that the
Germans have not only abused
Route's 'open city status, but alsO
have been violating the sanctity of
the Red Cross. bey are accus-
tomed to seeing so many Oerman
trucks with Re d Cross markings
roaring through the streets of
Rome that they have come to re-
gard their cargoes as at least sus-
piclous. -
* That Is a very serious accusation
and as a citln of a neutral coun-
try I cannot give any definite
opinion as to Its Justification -
because of the lack of conclusive
evidence. But, a the other hand.,
on the bess of permsal observa-
tions, I would not dismiss the RO-
mna view too inhtly.
It is wath ntung In this Con-
nection that when the Vatican was
subjected to bombing attacks, the
Romans never suspected the Allies
of this outrage. On the contrary, i
they Immediately concluded that
it was -further proof of Madl-
Fascist machinations." I
It ais definitely said In RomeI
that at least oa" it has been es-!
tablished gat a 'myterlous"'
plane which topped bombs on the
Vatican was a German ship piloted
by an Italian Fascist.
If the bombs had ritkh or!
Aserieam Bartings, that did not I
fool any o maSble Roan. Mr d'd
the bombing of the Cassino Mon-
astery Col forth any real Indigna-
tUon agastt the Ales among the
Romans. Thbey -ned from the
evacuated Ca meiwnks that the
Germans had abueft this sacred
a&sb before the Aneaa fnllys
and rettly decided to bomb it.
- (KSy.) ____;'
ag German Youth,
are perMed to bay advertitsng
speeO m teLback M M r '
gwteepal aarta Be Hr~eil(
ewMeteoS s emw-M ti the
dmbat teek soees or totea.
Those amesmmests prtwlded
the ba ( ie eaulatie.. Dw'Itn
the f charted 4 0
d..tla. saMve aea- fair
WOW-02andetoeft ftr analysis.
Mo d, tant death notices
-W~ed i_ ember So -, De-
cember. They eintueed to In-
MyGM slaywdarity JOwN ','
anh b' toW Vr S -
t"at '?^w9 1Sam e tbe" ouri 1
now* the of mode pub-
WfMiseIn November.

seen:0"the tbee wa* 006"a


Govenmeuit-


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as assm G&W~
as ---- -y-w maw


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tebmabgVt tL tto buy am*-
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LOCAL KSAmmX

Tbae mqnM h Mr the aIdM Olrttfte txu
held here Mar Dnuhar an hehMB reeeiv. They a
fori wrat MW. W. D iaoia eSwre" f 1waBMW
7e sotry ftyI dmIibm be etwned tA the a
31t at lsat st a" mwM M UmMoedmm ta ow i p
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a Wardes's C810L
The IM4 results anre eecte about the middle ofib
candidate should await results before r-e.entcr,.
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Romans Say Allies Justified

In Vital Bombing Of Rome


Curbe. Tdk.


,ft UT,.-


Don't Talk


When, for Instance during the
first week of March Rome had a
series of air attacks,. the Ostia
Station was raed to its founda-
tions. Thirteen German munitions
trains were blown up.
Then, suddenly, the Romans
noticed with wy sMiles that enor-
mous black columns of smoke were
rising from the water-tanks that
normally serve locomotives. They
never dreamed that water could
bu so intensely. Actually. the
Germans had been using the tak
to store gasofte.
It was a particular source of
satisfaction to the Romans that
the OVta Station was destroyed.
For it was there that Mussolini
built an ornate, new marbled sta-
tUon hou In I for the occasion
of Hfle visit to Rome.
Rome. however, does not ofter
the same hopeless of des-
truction that has ma many
other bombed European cities.
Rome haa not been crippled. Here
and tMhere It has merely bad M
ain marataebOL
It baa bee ra tht' eurou to
I robww bot t Oe German and Ro-
man reactions wben Allied squad-
rot CeJrcM over Rome. Noticeably.
tbft Germans felt deeply ember-
r~aad at thoeft Unab~ty to do%
th acalst this "Outrage,".
the-Oamans with open admuratio
and respect watched the Flyft
Patinimm and lerat-calmly,
anmos nonchalantr as t-ey
ploughed through the air k en-
ormous grey geese.


sIel to you at ALL+
On wonders how such a state of
affairs exists tinder the verve nose
of the police. Could not aome sys-
tem be pot into force as obtains in
etvl uitas, where a purchaser may
brg action aas4mmst the unscrupu-
las once he supports his etharres
by reliable wemese.*
Tho buyer can watch them In the
aet. but the polo have to wait
for a chance.
HALl' STARVEDI


Chaguanas.

Irish Pototoes in Jamaica
MW NOW,-, Tft*ad Guardian*
While botidaying at Christiana.
Jaemai., a few years ago, 1 was
shown a spot opened by Govern-
ment where a number of boys who
Wave school and pass the entrance
examiattlon, annually are taught
to cultivate Irish potatoes under
an instructor.
T necesary bulldlngs and
quarter were put up and all necee-
soary conveniences, and from what
I aw-foreste being cut down-the
work wasa puARing. I was shown
smm Vey te potatoes of three
Krudef a wen planted *a the
t 3.000 feet above sea level, ad
throve very wll. I understand Ja-
maia do aa export trade in these
~- ~7 cemdoa while going up
II adeI Ia. Inime acrot a
i et- el l or t tubers (but
the Wems were behi esX ta
.*"Us) sad was told that they
tr to be reaped. At the to-
a-ot U. thought struck me. why
C lW P otatoe not grown tin
.DA
Ybuapaana.

Won Bring New Words
3NOe.bd OUN'dls
fetr lMUM e- w I have been
ba t a V at the bridge
a aa in the dif-
tn war. .of


'Pretty Decent'
When the Roman s had seen such
manifestauons of military activity,
they said tht the Allies alter a,
had been pretty decent not to
bomb the Colosseum and the other
treasured ruins that abound In the
heart of the Eternal City.
Just as I left Rome, however,
Nazi Field Marshal Kessetring Is-
sued an order that military trafIMc
would no longer be routed through
Rome, that the sojourn of Ger-
man officers and soldiers toin the
citytv was to be limited to a mini-
mum, and that other measures
were to be taken so that the Allies
would not have any further jutl-
fication for their ar attacks on
the capital.
The Romans were highly scep-
teal of this announcement, inter-
pret it as Just another Nazi
riu ke so many they had before
wieied. An authored declara-
tion was ailven to me and other
foreign correspondent skating that
"moermanv henceforth wil repect
Rome's character as an 'open catr.
Orders were given that no anU-
aircraft fire and no fighter 'planes
were to be used when Alled 'planes
flew over the city.
That same day. however. Rome's
railroad stations and outskirts
were again bombed by Alied
*planes--d If the rm an anti-
aircraft ire was M no stronger than
Swa. tihe only r aow wa that
tfer could not par any more
anti-arcraft guns tha he already
had Installed there. bThey ed-
and plenty.
It is an actual fact that the
average Roman's attitude toward
the Ae s hardly less friendly
!haa before. a after bombing
raids against the city claimed
thousands of vicUtims and laid hun-
dreds of houses in rutLa.
The Romans stubbornly main-
tain that the Allies were com-
ptlv Jeust#ed bombing the
capItt because ta OmMns con-
sistenty abused t petend
characterr of "opats, tC
The typicalA Om atd when
a bomb or two 4a=ls the civil-


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:o Starts Trickery War Jap Bomnb Misses Carrier Fiurther Study

IlergroimdMovement ..i/ Of Atlatie

SChrter Urged
w, M a a (AM ',21 3esafp has lose d a wa' .-.
a 0@0 =&MVdei muaimmat In Urope, ~tryngto lure ft 137 &TCASIIW
oftwe .t.ing mle_ an- being liquidated -";


gon SSupply Flow trade, W"-"^
mWl in, said today in a mrsy "-to have
S=0Ml otokt,
ant Oonatl -y
Ansm~ thepo A iE D rom c *-An article by Frofimisl Rei State,
Vmh 4 w" l o fhe e esb e pFromaDrment
so"A1111 ~ upply Flow Mlaat e Car to a snmel the

.bedTzals, T oN e tochl ana



.o- ee onsethent as mur* lmt h
wee the u. LODON l Nay S ( e-s)-T V .. iat nerconditions to dere rthes
gm to Wing patri- SS p^ A.Stl0C0Pro mnd necesaaion oftooed



pewonvitriNY181 madtic, SS1.? m.S f^SS~tr ^^~t)^ ^*^ bchaag fmet tGraycol
wcm , 4s-n th u y may eachw tnote ne t ti i or stnomed t
thatthe = amt Cninuing to u=pfrmit Inon qnucetiowith am*
t.e themsdam therolneowofsusounhises fromt-



SivaSsiond thneutral cOrtrie $ twthe rman anDon ofathice Alante foarsterys th
ftono t war r machine. won of theAlptihe t ic artery d








-me nd ptermitn foodand balbafgodd oc~tdsmuldK f^Pincmtery soil a end ane shuldggoest edna* et-
thel The corrapondoent said negotla-weBre ador at pouilbihlpftunylatoes to h e and
bfui aflets tons .Imed Sat reducing these fup he o rcriti cise nd British Members iof Par-
to po Se, asoaptesi o egoatLtwatoned20 ri pselstes s a J0si I bash ianuat who Insistd that the Char-
IAt pose ase h a i icapiltah, lsndon, Stockholm no a V. .aircraft rtier during a -Zbnlag aft*haw n ear1 Bad ltar o 's proviso ogi tberrtwr


r th 4 u agroaid rolrbarI m NePortnsa to Genr- a aon foThe t care ee dsea ned t tenleco cn-teritey Germanytra
hhave -am mee Ign London withther Sai offthe R rmaniian l mm tet-e ithebi che mn tat Geda c
O.W.L. said "Sbhot'dlgto pkn uter lis- not, be dismembered. It aski Par-


hOn Witho utesT a art a tha eriew anw red thaoe Moop seec- seekngLodoni- Ient members also were r-
odayhtG n. uRtedps hv no e t hagn exnpot t he nevivogleedtod Mal
aer waidns el Rth r tra Moto sn n alilnt n h r Th problem su, such as questions ofr ter-
6pte Nali afft BrSwitzerland already vhas reduced riI Af Labeen issued rtorienthedestern and
id out and then at- its trade wi t Germany in an eo st sed o tae To Hold Pare Soon White Russia and thelfate of thl-



Sunderground. thus agreement wthh the Allied Govern- e a i n o the ati tlies ad








of thea Maert totallU osmtion~r Ge-freman sl tak have destroyed 1M o VJmbjvIts blut l l te n The artgoeslaid discussins shut
ISs o populariwrathD veT T Bt SOviseR e pu cs"nd r 'planesavd d- -.
mentsrpermitting food and fodderhedOyneshuouerlrdedod prestenng'tet-
Opportunity for re-t pa.t hro" u gh the blockade. .The L rNDON, Maybo (Nur aterpoli c ay egind w = %al ay ate ptsto be
h roesaid nigotia- Sevast orl dr a ThedBrolitishab Ptteartpicy soil discusins whc wuletd aidon
forged leaflets to tio~ns inc Stockhool~m regarding bail for the followang year willtbeng
grpotund to disclos and roller-be ring exports to Ger- [CONTINUED FROM PAGe 1de determined at the annual con- HiterteiGeranyon, raton-
beothmPrne and many may reach another stage The German High Command de- ference of the party to be held ary gove
h aitr aea htitpu In London from May 29to cannotsdeny the need for discus-

Z mb wth ii arivl her omanew ia IthatlSoviet rossc cered edthatetheThehi efnto ai for 1the soswhchavellie forntherie goailerthe
par Incldente In the British trade administration RIn effecting a "salient" on thenJue The aga the snverathe oa the
ampted the rutch Britain has never accepted the southern side of their Crimean li, conference hsa been issued to- Improvement, definition and nak-
W in LOW to wOlfr firem orthat their exports but were repulsed on the northern night. IngOf specificand finally develop-
S"e rt the ea d Rman'lanes an The many resolutions to be ing principles which are the badsi
Olidonusd1Wth 4-ermany's total consumption e fire was sid to have destroyed 130 tu oadn tar tic Chrer."
erdS 1o rlere 111e11- more Russian'lan Thes uSoerthy oan Thebartifclhe saide discussioncessh
t'Yr kfore the bombing of Schweinfurt tempha n hDethree ThearecussionsMshol
andof e G b- nvastopol area. Berlin said Gern group roughly unrtbedirected toward hastening he
Pandthr Wo re ndaytroo ped unidentified head5-poltical mnatterq, social war's end and suggested as one
lants. tr s welfare and internationaln-
ThereoAs no official news of the hills east of the Siret River In Bu-fairs.poscibty uosan Demratiunfesant i-
)fihe pirtgre maro_ IegotitosI nnia. It also declared that t hee chief topic is likelyro
pore ss of n egotieationseInoLisbof Russians used 20 rifle divisions and be hethe or not Labour shall th satellite countries of Iiitlerite
a. reardng he arg exort several tank divisions sice April 26 otiuit h loa Europe and the severance of them
Mir RU fram from Portugal to Ger- In an effort to crack the German cotrnuce, wt h lcoa countries from Germany."
many. In the meantime, Spain and Rumanian lines between the tr-e The journal also published a let-
ry I (Reuter's)-'t'suapears to hae" delayed shipping Pa-ut River and the Moldavian sec- ter from Euvegnyr Korvin, mesa-
per "Corriere Del of this vital war material to Ger- tor in Rumania. These unsuccess- I ber of the academy of sciences.
4oa that (34- many. ful attempts have now been halted urgU ~~f oipgBroe recognition of Marshal
1ieScrtr of temporarily, said Berlin. AlidB m s Jsi rrz(ito) asserting: rI as-
Inear Rome. CarloDsm Sunday the Russians wrecked 52 hi the attitude of the Allies toward
tof the M~aceratePama Worker.~ German tanks and destroyed 56 O.ut'iermfati~il the Yugoslav Givernment at
the Adriatic" nsar r i* T _TI' .. 1 .0Caio


,har r Fasst UomplIMn 10 LL.U.
yingl him on
k, were also PHILAD .LPEIA, May a (AP)-
Ided. The Panama delegation to the
town between I.L.O. Conference, sent a letter
Martino, In by Miss Frances Perkins. United
author of the States Secretary of Labour and
orn, was cot.- the American Go*ernnent dele-
a single air gate to the I.L.O., suggesting
creation of a committee in which
Pan-American workers will be
Sduly represented to solve what was
n t U termed as discrimination among
en1 ) the working can in the Panama
Canal.
ances The letter sent to Miss 'Perkins
for presentation to President
(Reuter's)- Roosevelt, was signed by the Pa-
German are nama Government delegate, Dio-
ol of coastal genes de Ia Rosa, the Employers'
from the Ger- delegate, Rlimundo Ortega Velto,
d forbids all and the Workers' delegate, Al
saI off Tut- Elandro Garrido. In the letter the
u. Fishermen Panama delegates asserted that if
forbidden t3 meaure are not token soon, the
miles of the "discrimination problem will be-
lt hours, come one of dangerous posslbili-
will be fired ties with harmful effects for the
puni5,d by Upited Nations' war effort." At-
U... i to the letter was a docu-
that the de ment signed by several h indred
a eoond d- snama Canal workers in which
id, stretching the workers ask that the problem
linsula. be rfefaed by Miss Perkins to
President Roosevelt for an early
|- S *solution. Durntc seasons of the
tef ~Dependent Territories Committee
both Mr. de Ia sRosa and Mr. Oar-
nirCe rido tried unsuccessfully to have
pffe the conference adopt a recommen-
M PAQi 11 dation or a resolution on the
)red trade and problem.
red trade nd The Panama workers' document
ties ommon said that the present situation of
Ithey Woill onx- discrimination In the Panama
these initial O Zone "is in contradiction
world trade with the policy of fraternity and
empire prefer- racial equality which President
tof the days Roosevelt substantiates."
The document mentions wpara-
no dIslo n o wwke in two divisions-
hesee9#) xd ,ld roll ad "silver roll"-dif-
- e In salary rates, canctlla-
1 m the t of sick leave of 15 days per
r eamiation yar and 15 daym annual vacation,
All lttee which the Americans enjoy.
*port back. It The document says not only
cr invBesta- Panamoanian workers were dis.
y ilA wtio criminated against, but also Mexi-
ad on to com- Ns Bra o,. 3ondurean, Ja-
the respective maians and others frm L AtIn
America. The document de-
ly be usefully ands the abolition of deisemlna-
Wndti b nse ftion and racial separation in. the
eseny4 fos Canal Zone. the establishment of
seeasi ata (in equal salary standard for equal
iof tnepro work, reognition of overtime pay
iu now mpaya nd re-stablishment of 15 days'
od ylan In sick leave and 15 days annual
B gained dur- vacation.
riod of the '
TEACHER FETEB
he Asralian Mr. Preston Sholto, recently pro-
a visit today mated senior assistant teacher of
b for Austra- the Sangre. Grande Government
ndon. Be wa School, was feted by his colleague
of Australian at the home of Mr. David Toney,
last week.
Z;Iwzil 1


I Reuters message said Soviet
pilots have done more heavy dam-
age in their non-stop raids on
Sevastopol and they have made
attacks on German and Ruman-
ian troops and defence works,
silenced many gun batteries and
blown up four ammunition dumps
According to a Finnish communi-
Que Russian bombers made an -
other raid on the port of Kotke
this morning.]

Book-Keeper Hurt
In Night Attack
Mr. Dennis Sherman, book-keeper,
of Grell & Co., Ltd., was taken tothe
Colonial Hospital on Sundiy night,
suffering from Injuries re orted to
hsve been sustained while walking
along Duncan Street, at about 7.30
o'clock the same evening,
Mr. Sherman, now confined to bed
at home, told a "Trinidad Guar-
dian" reporter yesterday y that he
was walking along Duncan Street
when he suddenly felt a blow at
the back of his head that rendered
him unconscious. He awoke in
hospital.

Tobago Man Shot
Loading Own Gun
Trinidad Guardian Correspenmis
SCARBOROUGH, May 6.-Mr.
Wolsey Dalrymple o l Rockley Vale,
was yesterday shot through the
groin by his own gun.
It is reported that vDr. Iilrymple
was ramming a cartridge whilc
holding the gun between his legs
when It accidentally. went off.
He is a patient at the Colonial
Hospital here.

Japs Repulsed
At Chumatien
CHUNGKING, May 8 (AP).-
The Chinese High Command indi-
cated today that the Chinese were
trying to keep the Japanese pincers
at the Peiping-Hankow r&ailway
apart, and admitted that the Jap-
anese advanced to Sulping from
the north, but were repulsed when
attacked at Chumatlen, 14 miles
away from the south. They said
fighting to the south of Loyang
continued oh May 7.
Terrible Eczema
Goes Quickly
Moone's Emerald Oil besd
being so marvellouly antMptas
that it at once dmatroys gerin
and poisons caused by germs
:Ich a remarkable healing "ent
that ecqemsa, barbers' itch, sat
rheum, and other inflammatory
skin eruptions go In a few day
Fur ) ,r It has been used for
bolls, ulcers, abscesses, and open
sores, and with the mot perfect
no doubt this match t the maost
interesting oat them all.
vbtaLno at an good heamni,
success.


Production
[OONTINUSO FROM PA49 11
haze covered Bucharest, the bomb-
ers had no difficulty in finding
their objectives. They packed many
explosives into the already much
battered rallyards and hit oil re-
fineries and factories. As they
turned for home they saw great
fires burning furiously In the cen-
tral and southern parts of the city.
As Rupert Downing, B.BC. re-
porter, points out in a cable from
Allied Headquarters, Italy is prov-
ing itself of untold value to the
Allies as an aircraft base and as,
he says, its value increases with
every bomb dropped in the Bal-
kan. He remarks that no one
knows this better than the Ger-
mans thea! : with tht result
that Allied boesers last night met
considerable fighter opposition from
the Luftwaffe. But in the Balkans,
as elsewhere, the enemy fighters
did not stop the bombs from going
down in places where they would
do the most good.
Altogether, Mediterranean Air
Forces yesterday flew more than
1,500 sortIes. Twenty-nine enemy
aircraft were destroyed for the
loss of 14 of the Allies'.
North of Rome eight Spitflres
from one squadron shot down nine
Messerschnmitt 109's in a battle that
lasted more than four minutes. All
the Spitfires got back safely to
base.
Fresh details of the bombing of
the great Pescara Dam in Italy
have come in from Dennis John-
stop, B.B.C. reporter, who has just
been talking to pilots who took
palt
Flight Sergt. Duguld from Scot-
land flew in the first wave of the
attack. He told Johnston that the
dam which supplies the whole of
the Pescara plain consists of three
sluice gates and a power house.
"Our first wave of 'planes got
several direct hits." he said. "and
I landed a bomb on one of the
gates."
Dugutd's 'plane then climbed to
give protective cover to other
waves of aircraft and it was then
he saw about half a down great
tidal waves sweeping down the
valley towards Pescara.
Plight Sergt. Mansfield, of Brigh-
ton, who came at the ani end of
the first bombing run, saw several
(CotUnued ins Neat Column)


U.S. Navy Gunner
On Trial For Murder
LONDON, May 8 -(Reuter'a)-
Matthew Smith, 19, United States
naval gunner, told a United States
naval court-martial in London to-
day how he made a slash with
a knife at a man who was swing.
in a club through the broken
partition of a door in "Charlie
Brown's" the Limehouse Tavern,
where a Londoner was murdered.
Smith, who has pleaded not
guilty to the murder, said he did
not feel the knife hit. One wit-
ness said that Smith was not the
Man whom he saw go to the broken
door and take a thrust.
Two officials expressed the opn-
ion that a knife exhibited in court
did not correspond with the one
which caused the wound on the
murdered man, George G lbey,
29, of Brick Lane, Bethnal Green.
It Is expected that the court will
consider its findings tomorrow when
the hearing will be resumed.
(Continued from Previous Column)
direct hits, including one which
caused an explosion much bigger
than could have been made by the
bomb itself. Later Mansield flw
over the place again and saw that
practically all the water had drfain-
ed out of the lake.
Enemy installations and airfields
on islands in the Aegean Sea are
being constanIlty attacked by Al-
lied aircraft based in the Middle
E#it. Beauflghters on two succes-
sive days shot up enemy Installa-
tions on the islands of Crete and
Cerigo, south of Greece, and at
the same time. Baltimores, aod
other bombers kept UP their at-
tacks on German airfields. Beau-
flghters attacked a convoy In the
eastern Mediterranean and left
an enemy destroyer enveloped tI
smoke. Yesterday moae Beauflght-
era made an attack on enemy tar-
gets on the island of Pharos and
set a fuel dump on fire. They
could see smoke rsing to ,0I feet.
From these and other operations
two Middle est aircraft e mIss-
ing.


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the InanV Nationalist leadroyr.
Dr* KEUMAN MORIN


NThe Mferac. would be (AP)on-
tinMeit upon Ga ndh a full reoan-



ery from his Illness.
Devadag Gandhi said his latest
di formation fcerom Py of Indica ated
10 Mucat poosible moment with



that hOb father's condition wIndia's
he s ar vmiang" t trengthint ap-



peared a few days ago. It is said
that ndhi wOuld onbt Japan wab
moved to omblay soon as ine
dwas bl to travel. A despatcho
the Indian. Nationalist leader.
7!hO conference would be -on-
Uncet Upon Gandhi's full recov.


from Pons said Gandhi ws.


slightly better health on tese
d day ofnd his freedom. He was
well enough on S Poona indicatedon
thduat rayer metn's condition wen
uterrah le of the mansion of the ap-
pwearedlthy Lady V few day tai-Thackereseyid
|that Gandhi Would rimbably be
\moved to Bombay as soon as \I*


where he tporaverly rA despatchiding.
from Poona said of Gandhl sai t was in
slghtly better health usion that hes
onuld meet day of his freedom. He llw
iwell enough of ndia, in an atmurdayt ton
reduc le the differences between
Britain and India and sion of thereby
swina a uLted India into tlh war.sey
wholere he rtedl upporartIly residing. e
forces numbers of awards o 00-said it W
000 all volunteers, butsion theater Is
would meet Fleld-Marstrhal Woven,.


Viceroy of India esemblin an attempt toal war.
rePolitical othe differateons oubetweigh
Britain and India and thereby


the war greatly ed In dia into the warinds f
That India as a nation was not

m any men who cupportie the na-
efftion'srt influent obvious. Indian a ed


reached a climax in August, 19,12
forces numberuwoposalrds of Sir Stafford1.-
C000 pa were reevoluntersd. Abut therat le
nothen resemblolution of the tndan Con-r.
re Political: "Congresider deonires oigh


build up resistance to any aggres-
sion or invasion of India by the -
thJpan-e owar antly irelgn newer." ids of



The statement added: "This Is Jltl
many men who compose els the glown-
tion's Influential groups. "'Ipsr


of reached a climax in Auust. 92
after 6 propoct als of Sir Staffordly
rep were rejected. At that tud e
.the. EClution of the Indian sw Con
gress sold: "Congress desires to






STOCKHOLM. May 8 tAP)-...
tobuild up resistance to ative oairs-
aton or invasion of India by the


Japathe United t ate reign onow-Ir.
sale Administration wt added "This Io arrived



Ine Stockholm today, told newsmen;
onlynected with the Al flied efforts
of frtedom.- |



to have Sweden halt shipments of
ball-bearinted andl' t attitude.
U.S. ECONOMIST IN SWEDX I
STOCKHOLM., May 8 (AP)-..-
8ltanton Griflt. Representative of i
the United States Foreign Econo-
mic Administration. who arrived'
in Stockholm today, told newsmen;
he bad nothing to say, but there;1
was spcato that his visit was'
connect with the Allied efforts
to have Sweden halt shipments of
ball-bearings to Germany.


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Talk .-Of Trinidad
m VmS sems -m
XXORXJ Sr Graintta -. tOe OOeemW of Nmzbadu.
M4 Mr. nn. theIiawuoladawr of NurtioMdas Whe
i OOwuer at OWmit BiWe, lOft by r on 8OuflSy ftr
akd 8tada. atf Bae relunVd to Bredo yMeter. ,
It. jur C M alt ot the BOKe at 6


qEZ a oem t f MIs AlU Banfled. the daughter e Ms. and
m. C l mkll. and _Vt. Walter SImith, of the tUS.
M. Was made known m Wteday evening.
'* 0 *
A DANC leIa si d te ePton of oann amshouse wil be gtavn Mr
,, ,, bU m s On" AM0tion at their meeti' n roa ,n t-
4L(t Say m ftfn S plm. W-midnight.
Itsm te a ChOteft mpper, a bar and other rrfresbments.
DA M094U fth wife of the Rev. T. Bartho.omew,
lLct of All SIUVrl Obutch. who had been in England for some
e ". ls returnM to 7Trln" to join her husband.
1" *
R3D!T arrivals in TMiMldd are Mrs. E, N. -Hughes and her
a-yar-od daughter, Tb Mrs. HRghes. who was living in
WllIEdm. Londm, has ooMe to Join her husband, who Is the man-
af the "Guardian" Couneftial Prmn:ery.
0* *
Lt and MRS. CYRIL rLETCKR spent the week-end at their
isklan! reort Wetward Ho, Gasparee. and hiad a& their gUiests
Mfr. and S. Vielra and Ir family,.
MLB PLORENCE SMITH, the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Howard
"- ttlth. of Barbados, who had been .doing war w'rk In England
for Whe past three years. arrived here a few days Kago Intransit to
Barbados to visit her parents. Mr. Smith has not been in verv good
health recently.


PASSENGERS returning from B11tbad -s oi Sltinoay atecr a month
Sifclluded Mr. and Mrs. Errol Know.es and their daughter, Va'erit.
W. and Mrs. Fred Stodart and tUeir dtaugnter, and Mrs Doreen
O"towd and her two sons. who %ero also hoid.iayin in Barbados.
W. AL RED SILVA. the former M;e s C'au:p de .Sliva and wile of
Bt. Silva, of the US. Army, left for h r new nomne in Bedford,
M Machuetts. on Saturday
As she had no time to sav goodbve to alt her ,Piid. before leav-
in4 Mrs. Silvat asked me to 4o so for her hro.gh n ti- i mdium.
C
VET alaoler enhlste from Trinla.ad for '.he Ro., 4 A!: Force is on
Sthe rord to earning his "wings' as a fuli,-ic d4( airman He is
edint alrcraftman W. A. loos who earnrrd :h,. in: to be des-
cr*ed as sich on Mauch 30 l ,s wlhre he rp(ai.e( ,. ,arc'hment of
t Rifer FlM'lin Traning Sehool, Ltd., High H;.er, Albor.ha. Canada,
basting successfully completed the elenie::tuar I.y;:is and ground
Ularoctlional syllabus"
.So n of Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Flook. of Si;' rr.'. ,':et, T-"'mapaima.
leUIng airer.ftsaunn lilooiL, after grad'ua:,::. n ;.- :in :.io!ot at
tho Imperial College of Tropica; Agricu.l,;i'.. :,i ,d tri Frome Sugar
P4Itory at Jamaicaa a sugar chernilit. A!' t:;.r '* t1r :ti. d-parture
in M1 y. 193. for Canada, to train for the. R a! A: F -0-., lie had
rtJt to the position of chief ?ugar c.('n1LsI
,Loading aircraftsmgan Plook i i now p :- .ici '..e,, i<+'d course
i Flying to quaify for his %1g1
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Ax zImrs Day dance w41 be *inen b, :1e Ca.r c A'i,.etc Club
S t the Provest Building on Tuaia:.. M'. ..3 !;:or 8 p a :o mid-
1lht. It Will be a formal affair and pri':a,1' "11 ; b t '.ke'.- mjv
Tite Will be a bar and other rf"Ishin:'., ,.;.., 'irn ;Du:i.rn and
t4 Swtnl Masters will I.pDr te nb ."."
S* S
AX AMAT UR toic contest !'-a the o.; ,, ;.....;,),a; ., :Ie yX.
Ing Board of Control, i bi'bitng rranta.i % s' p D.a-rac:
branch of the Win the War A&s-xciation, i . .- : (.: a, m
On Saturday. May 27. Rii.s.ae a tts' a: $ .., -in
t, g ou.id ll b. 44 ce.t, Tlhe b-. n. .t -:,.t,
= pp0 a 1t2 .*. W7A:e r -
w, appear in the ,rtg. n1 it hp'- I <
blo. bxijg fans fr'.m a1. or & I.. a 1' g ,: t; ) 0e
V olnt in Kpprt.-
I Aseven 'cOio..k an In.'om' r.:.:a, i;" A.4 "re \, c ab.
for whkc the adnmisIoii chance ;.. oe 1 e. A:,r.a':. ,' i 7 ents
f Adlti.". and Roy RoL.ock. 4;r1`. a.. ,'' ':" *., ,-,*' Mw r
4aae will be held at the sarne *m," a .,. ..... ,: I::,-r.adzate
0o00 w4 at Will Weat and hia orhesvfa -, ,... !n-
Am- e is* 1ls o1 l to gentlemen arid cental ;or iad;es. Both
swen<4Mk16tllftis of UN P te l and it is hoped that they
It f i-m tM. 'the Wotlr pewceeds of the boxing contet
MA th de wVl blbe te 'o& the Br Dit-ah Red Crome Society for the
mraflo dinv.
*
E! gB T Repair Bae are holdi.ig ;'.a-: ..' ..." "' v w,' 1
They eI t ogethor for t;'vr 'Mrn,' r:' :'.s;......: .* ,n
ypromilaes to be an -7,1-- e: e i. ,- .. *jt
fainer daicee.
ARTIC le ft over trrv. 'hp Red C,- VF. j;.: M-:
Bertram Bovine OA l (B "lBte on A+wfl a-9. Wlt! r e '*. :f; .. ... it -i.,'ri ;^;, +'
at .the Y i.o'ehock this &teniaXooP. ov k;r,I --:;. .n: 4. M. '.a tn T'ep
P l-91bb ae 1n*;;*l to c"XoI aijd Ic 4) .,-a c :.n :A',( :; ; .,d of
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or cotton and wear thum to l unchm n ay with mfothi ma-
dab. The dres at left bl mude o1 three colours. Try plasel shafws h MX M
In orange. yenow and greea, or aMke It in red, while and Ty. InVByOla .mUIIILU
Wear a natural eoaed Straw hat to keep off the -s If M" IRUCE CABOT GENE LOCKHART
freekle .lily. The other pattern can be made up In blue Nem
Three flower rsyay embremided m the lIulees are the onaly ROBERT FLOREY
dearM1autl


Easy Way To Today's Diary I
Remove Lines cp.o- .dance at th Ro Na.4vl v I
'Caub, Queens.P ark Z t a PM.. E M IJki. J
To purchase lotions and creams Sale in aid of Prisoners of War S
for the prevention of wrinalestd fund at Y ..A.. . TODAY .
usually expensive. Here is some-. I.
thing which I Very effective and Tomorrow ti i Double
can quite easily be prepared at l
home. Dance at the Trinidad Countryl l .. '
To h if-a-pint of rose-water addCi lub.
two ounces of wia-hcd pearl oaxley.
Place over a very low ire andi-! Forthcoming Events. | llll lB
1o1M 6.e barley. ;traw. arid &ad a: ATCD t W ailer
drop at a time, half a drachmoil A v. C dance .at. .al er_ J Field at
&unple tincture of benzoin. I p m. on Th"ursday. May 11.
cr p eam*n, i of,oa, anio Satrday Ma m JOHmlnSlONJ
Shake weil at frequent interval.s Cinema show at the D1 3 ,ixe tn n 3 ,JOHNlS ,
Treat the skin with a goodiaid of Prisoners of War Fund, 930 i Va u IIU
|c'faslng cream. wipe off, and then, am. on Saturday, May 13. Va n TU HllEFrLIN
i apply the lotion ,ver face andf Escort Repair Base 'Memo re- S
throat. Allow it to remain on over- turn engagement party at thel t ;s_-I npDDVndpDm
mni.ht NA.S. on Tuesday, May 16. at 8I UOaIlR i L
; ponge off next mirrng with, pm. i
water to iCh it I w dro0Ps of tMe St. James Tennis Club dancuat. It U CCV
,tinrture ol ben.ibn hate been iC-'the gyrnnmium on Saturday, ay/ Ruth HUSSEYJL
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THURSDAY ..
We present United Artiste
Musical! Murder! Mystery!
LADY OF BURLESQUE
Hear Barbara Sing: "Take U
Off the E-String-Play On The
G-String.

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TODAY. 445 & 3.4- .aight at p .m-,
Last Showing 1-HOUSE ACROSS
GUADALCANAL BAY
DIARY t-MARCO POLO
GAIETY --San Fernande
Today. at 5 and 8.0 n. m-lDnblkla Mit..


BRANK*I r '-* *
.- % FIR AClu MURDER AMONG FRIENDS
'w i clue J S1NATRgAJ> w'_. I FIED
I atTln limm fiMm lmmnf mmimiHiJ |_ THE NIGHT BEFORE THE DIVORCED'

a- MONARCH PALACE-San Fernando 0u-'u
ODAY 4.45 & 8.30-a' Mon. 440TODAY at 5 & s.O p.m. I I A L TO N OLYMPIl
Al Baba and the. Indian Picture:- !TODAY 4.45, 8,30 p.m. TODAY 4.45 8A30 p-.."
Forty Thieves "Miss 1933" Igwrw T-.,...
In Glittering TsehnloeIor _"Miss_ 1933" _brt Taylor, U_____

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soMR muffed a chance, Golsaves
then fell, but Sampson cleared a
dangerous situation.
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Barbados reeelved their second
penalty. Mike Foster kicked It
out.
Following were the teams:
TRINIDAD: Gonsalves: Sampson,
Warner: Jones, Knowles, McLean:
Thompson. Govia, Charles, Bur-
hett and Downes.
BARBADOS: King; Walcott, M.
Poster: Ishmael, H. Griffith, Med-
ford; S. Griffith, J. Foster, Robin-
son. Williams and Smith.


4 Teams High

Up In Rahamut

Cup Tourney
Trinidad Guardian Correspondent.
SAN FERNANDO, May 8.-The
Leaseholds-romenade encounter
and the Toll Gute-Middlesex clash
hold spotlight in the fifth round
Rahamut cricket cup games on
Saturday.
These four teams art in a keen
struggle for championship honours.
Leaseholds and Toll Gate are on
tp of the league table with 13
points each, Promenade and Mid-
dlesex are second, each with ten
points. Middlesex have however,
played a match more than Prome-
nade.
Middlesex were beaten outright
by lowly-placed Naparima in the
last round and in this engagemnet
they will make a bold endeavour
to regain lost honours while Toll
Gate fresh from a convincing first
innings win over the powerful
Leaseholds outfit will do every-
thing to show that it was no flash
in the pan.
Leaseholds, too, will go all out to
lessen the number of contestants
in the championship race and their
encounter with Promenade will,
like the Toll Gate-Middlesex toss
up, be of an interesting nature.
1 The full list of games is as fol-
fows :--
rwLeaholds vs. Promenade at
Pointe-a-Plerre.
Oriental vs. Police at Skinner
Park
Middlesex vs Toll Gate at Skin-
ner Park.
Goodwill v, Naparima at Hos-
pital.
Leaseholds will play: B. Hen-
derson, H. Kidney, Ellas Constan-
tine, 0. FPaser, J. Neptune, C.
Hosein, H, Rapier, E. Marsden, B.
Winchester, R. Dolly and M. Mar-
Iall.
PROMENADE will be selected
from A. Durity, McD. Durity, W.
Payne, J. Huggins, F. Alcazar, J.
Franklin, R. Valentine, C. Bain,
M. Billouin, Nelson, C. Jemnmott,
iod 0. Persaud.
TOLL GATE will play: A. Has-
sanali, V. Guptar, H. Phlllip, S.
M. All, D. Atwell, R. Brown, A.
Mohomed, H. RamsamooJ, 12th
man.
ORIENTAL will play: F. Hassan-
all, E. Gopaul, J. Seetihal, Z.
Mohomed, D. Jaggernath, L. Ba-
chAn, S. Rahaman, 0. Hasmatali,
A. Khan, D. MaharsJ, C. Sook-
nanan, and K. Simboo, 12th man.
GOODWILL will be selected from
V. Noel, W. Alleyne, J. Alleyne,
R. Donaldson. G. Maynard, E.
Richards, D. Bellamy, 0. Baptiste,
F, Charles, A. Walker, E. Arthur,
J, Crichlow and F. Rattan.
PLAY WASHED OUT
Rain washed out three of the
four games listed for the fifth
round fixtures of the Rahamut first
class cricket cup competition on
Saturday.
Police bepan- their engagement
with Oriental at 4.25 p.m. and
scored 78 runs for three wickets.
The Leaseholds-Promenade, Good-
will-Naparlma and Toll Gate-Mid-
dlesex nmtches were not able to
start.
The scores are as follows :-
POLICE v. ORIENTAL
Police 1st Innings
J. George lbw b Hasmatali 11
0. Dove lbw b D. Jaggernath 12
D. Alleyne b Jaggernath 27
T, Liddelow not out 2
Extras 2
'"otAl (for three wkts ) 78
Bowling AnalyslI.
0. M. R. W.
D Jaggemnath 8.1 1 32 2
0. HasmatalL 4 12 0
F. Hasmatall 6 2 18 1
A. Mal~',raj 2 13 -


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Ladles' netball knockoumt fixture,
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Rugby Club Dunvile Stage (

Beat i5hwock Drop 1194Decis

0 hIme Dunrt stagd a gaKd "w"GW
win* h"n b adm -rgam aed aMua'i
in the o a fixture of the ~ UIi* .trligNrhr
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On & S J# tClub el. by a naw U4 gargluin on the Q
minated. '_aI w-n ub afternoon.
ot n xf~ ~-tu 'Barracks __*___ .
ground yesterday IttDac.
Rugby "Chilb's nler-left Jona l
notched both rhe winners. I
in the early y Club, T '
playing w:th a teh-Mla'outfit, were tc* ,
greatly "* u s~~l d 1 3 I Un
sooting W Reah El Jay sew
scoring.
Wlt De l1,ROM completing the
stantly a but they kept i F a ,
the fory ds la- Just hrehlf tume,- Inner-left Trti aqlmtX CelypedMit
Josa seor d from a Mctean pa.s SAN faNAW O, May I.-Toll
Abrahanra had Intercepted it but Gate & eW ltmu to reac A fnal. In
was not agile enough to push It th EUJ it CuD Oipet-
out of Joaas reach. ; tion at SkfiMinr PA y-lter a
At the startt Rugby Club came afternoon.. They now to4d Housing d
back and doiplnaot play but only and Plann -_* wh held to
for a time. a draw b- Odhdal e W by a single
In the conqludinf las, Sham. point and hale qjilflMed as "A" DI- a
rock, headed by sAgtsni. made vision lade torng to meet either
some daring raids bat in vain as Police or Ma*t in the finals.
De la Rosa and the other defence "B' Division leadership is being
players frustrated their best efforts, closely lntted for by Police and
The victors' last minute raids, Maple, but wtle MISaple have wum-
spurred on by centre-half Jones, pleted their games, Poije still have I
saw Josa, eluding the backs, and as opponer t, the poweful Orken-i
scoring again, ton; thi 190 cup owners.
Outstanding players were Jones, These teems meet on Sunday. A
Mayers, De )a Rosa and Green of win for Police will qualify them, a
Rugby Club and of S. Agottinl, draw will leave them bracketed with
Gait, ri Ott and 0. Abrahams of Maple while a win for Orkenton will
ihs m ro leave Maple on top of the table.
The unmplres were Mr. Daunt and In their engagement with Lanes,
Mr. Lusted. Toll Gate, were given 130 runs to
iThe teams wre: make L-. 130 m*vite, and at the end
SHAMROCK: 0. Abrahams: May, of that time they had 135 runs on
Campbell; Jardine, Piggott ,.A. A-e ts for the ls of sxw et.
rahams; Rignault. Galt, Mathieu, tis fo, r tin herw with Planningl
Agostini and A. Lewis, and-- w. s tothr e ltnlle defeat
RUGBY CLUB: De sla Rosa; Clyds d le Tol Gtersting on
Green, Potter; Mayers, Jones. Mon- top of the table.
seaux; Knowles, Walcott, McLean, ivdua performance In the
Jose, and Owens. Individual perfo~mnmces In the
WEEK'S GAM ES games, found PanLy Alleyne hitting
Other games in this competition :u a brilliant 61 runs, which inglud-
games n this competition "P^ 61 W
for the wk are: e five fours and two sixes, the hat
for the weekar,
Wed.-Casuals v Benbow. trick by Clydesdale's stock bwler
Thurs -Police v I. C. T A Roy Skeete, who claimed three of
Fri.-F. A A. "A" v Caribs the four wickets Housing scheme
Police--a b. e. lost, and a quick 37 runs by S. Oil-
.. ly of Toll (rate.
Hi LANES v TOLL GATE
Umpires Team Hit Lanes batted firat And collected
Umpires Team Hi t l 129 runs7;BW. A li E. King
210 r 4 A Fle l, onB Alleyne
210 For 4 vs. Fleet "i not out; and Toll Gate replied
Awith 135for six. H. Phillip 30, B.
Pemberton League umpires showed Ottley 37 and D. Atwell 33.
a great liking for Fleet Air Arm's For Tcll Gate A. M. All captured
bowling on Sunday when they jour- three wickets for 28 runs, and A.
neyed to Piarco and hit up 210 P.ohomed three for 38. N. Norelga
runs for four wickets, got three wickektksk kficork
Batting first the League umpires got three wickets for 40 runs for
took a little over two hours to Lanes.
amass their total, Bertie Harding
scoring 85 not out, C. Mills 46, S. Crescent defeated an eight-man
Liverpool 42, P. Raphael 13 and W. Middlesex team l..y three runs.
Haynes 13 not out. Crescent, who first occupied the
For R.N.A.S., Johnson took three crease were tled out for
wickets fr 49 runs and Ward one meagre 4 ns bitMddlex found
for 42,mar30In u~dee on
RN.A.S. replied with 156 for run-getting a more difficult matter
seven wickets, Sub-Lieut. Francis and were back in the pavilion for 42.
top-scoring with 32, Ward 27 not
out, Kelsey J4. Bowling for the Clydesdale gave Planning and
umpires eleven, Lovey Johnson bag- HoUiN 97runs to core an out-
ged four for 15, W. Haynes two tor right w -i W._a q lt wId1called
1t4aB.., Jofeb61ftr 13. Outstand. they had a 1 Sl B.
ing In ground fielding was J. Ionia Of the four wickets they lost In
of the Umpires XI, whose picking reaching this total, Roy Skee.e took
up and returning to the wicket was three in successive balls.
pretty to watch.
FOR SALE
U.S& Major League ,.4 ,-e
Lanrds at V~erli *61e Estate,
]Baseball Results different prices per acre. Arima
NEW YORK, May 8 (AP) River and Blanchlsseuse Main Road
Baseball matches played on Sun-
day resulted as oliows passing through the Estate from
AMERICAN LEAGUE North to South.
Washington, 2, phIladelpria, 1.
Philadeiphia. 1; Washington, 3. AIl C CONNEA,
Chicago, 4; Detroit, 1. Apply C. CONNE!.,
Chicago, 4; Detroit, 3. Arire0.
St. Louis. 7; Cieveland, 4.
Cleveland. 3; St. Louis, 2. 'Phone Arlaa 10.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York, 5; Boston, 2. _______
St. Louis, 5; Cincinatti 1. _
St. Louis, i; Cincinatti, 0.
Pittsburgh, 6; Chicago, 5. (four- Received .
teen innings).
Pittsburgh, 3; Chicago, 2, (eleven $
innings). No other games. CORN IHELLERS
AVERAGES
Major League averages are as FEED GRINDERS
follows: PLOW SHARES
Batting: Walker (Brooklyi) 421; BH
Medwick (New York) Bordagaray i ONE HORSE CULTIVATORS
(Brooklyn) 14.
Runs batted in: Schultz (Brook-
tn) 20. H. E. ROBINSON
Hits) Holmes (Boston) 27.
Doubles: Medwick (New York), & C0., Ltd.
Musial tot. Louis). Adams (Phila-
delphia) 7. 23 CHACON ITRERT.
Triples: Barrett (Pittsburgh) 4. -
Home runs: Schultz (Brooklyn)
Pitching: Lanier (St. Louis) 4.
Batting: Etten (New York) 470.
Runs: pp (at. Louis) 14.
in the American League, Etten of
New York has an average of .474.
COLONIAL TENNIS
Results of yesterday's matches In
the Colonial tennis Club were: Men's
singles Hand'cap "B" and "C" Class,
-U. Archer won from II. Ashing ^ S""^ -^
6-3: ui-3; C. Acholil, M. Scott,
set all.
TODaY'S MATCH
Men's Siagles H'cap--"B' and "O'
Clas--J. Atitn v C. Francs-La-u. .-n"


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FURNITURE SALE
108, Sixth Street,
Seventh Avesue,
BARATARIA
Sat-day 13th May
1944,
2 P.M.
Instructed by Mrs. R. Hart we
will sell all her nicely kept and
useful Furniture such as:-
Simmons Double Bed Slumber
King Spring and Spring-filled Mat-
tress, Pillows, Sheets, Towels, Pil-
low-Cases, Winged Mirror-Dresser,
Three-Corner Soiled Clothes Bas-
kets, Strips Carpets, Cyp Night
Chair, Hot Water Bag, Cyp Mir-
rored Hanging Press, M.T. Wash-
stand, Toilet Ware, Spring Blinds,
Bentwood Clothes Stand. CIAp.
Oval Dining Table, Dinner Service
48 pieces 6 Mahogany Dining
Chairs, Table Cloths, Crap. $ide-
board. Tea Set, V WV.I. full!
Crap. Corner China CabinetA; Pyres
Dishes, Pair Saman Oval Tables.
Coffee Tible and 3 Cane-Seat
Chairs, Meat Safe, 3-Burner Cole-
man Stove and Oven. Iron Pots
Pans, Pantry and Kitclhen Cup-
boards. 2-Burner Gasolene Stove and
Oven, En'tmel Pots and Pans, Minc-
ing Machine, Morris Settee, Chairs,
and Rockers, Settee and Chairs with
Spring-filled Cushions, Brassware,
Pictures and Ornaments. Curtains
and Extension Rods, Spec'tli lot of
Spoons, Knives, Forks, etc., Singer
Treadle Sewing Machine, One 36-5.
day Clock with glass cover, and
One O.E. 5 c.f. Fridge.
Items nn view day prior to and
morning of Salp and terms CASH
At same time and Place
The 3-Bedroom Bungalow.
Boyd & Hutchinson, Ltd.,
Auctioneers


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eight oals for Malvern and BD -
mrd three.
At the start tie Malvern outfit
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maashinsr through he opposing de-
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half time
At the restart, Dunvllle put more
energy into play, and their defence
nlsutered the Malvern attack,
Joyce Masliah and 1'. Steele,
brilliantly in the Dunvlle
leneee, Were chiefly responsible for
he fact that Malvemrn only notched
two hard-fought goals in the second
esslon.
In' thi session a most 'pectaqular
display as given by Theresa Car-
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Malvern's defence was completely
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second half by short passes.
Dunville brought theli score to
within two of their opponents', but
failed to get the equaliseis.
The umpires were: Mr, Raymond
and Miss irkett.
The teams were:
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P. Davi,. ". Williams, I. McIntosh,
J. Mamiah, and M. Steele.
Malvern-V. Horsford, R. Ber-
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FOR SALE

Valuable Estate of approx. 165 acres
on Santa Crus. Road with consider.
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ing property 4,000 full grapefruit
trees, 3,000 Tponca Bean Treem. arl-
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mtIte, other bathroomruct foo.
A-u Ittibs 5pem imported.
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'i'bere Mat Mn 33 S~t. M g* -tet M Y i. o m uaS.Pt*r MutitAi breyI< .r estate.
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asUs tee. Sea 1 a n.ioo .ISfetv AI .', sy ltash.I2( ,NY A1 o Stet- MtIC 9f itar.E--- A MdyM a n fr aSw ordsbt s contracte by hi1.Ma 1.
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jog na da-i 1Ati- FOR oAat.7Fopeyoi Tnn a en tsp -ttoi l < AROUIaIIll under set root.lIncr toy. 40 SnSttifiedt protecion s e Ma A4.S O
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jom merc4al school. Saw fena K apertt MTueom A Ci Boa e J t5iBS- pertly leS ouutk and Ca m ri with e US an Aprl &1 Gu19r4 ecStdetto
S KODK 21 AMRA o pir~as. % ?,~~ebe Sdiurs. har wpinai.watt.telp 1ne, ce lir Dgnts. gm PU BLI I hrey Marifed heat O
115'ial4sno l being ne longefr landata at pen KON
U Mal' Rtoadad. rite 'obt. oritayiIractedesbe e. Si Oft aeet.geey hr, MOUSES
er NestS Sc-AIX HeaW.*6 -5Mt o pc -I-, I.- ." *-l S- 02 C O MO AI N rac oLIiur*;e reted to etet.-10-e 'idPe WILLI a MyO3. 1944 a tcloop,
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ft al Afe.1340 Il 3DOTCRISR TPS 11anS and lodgee. pROUM ftht setiosctd hr em wbdfe.Porge aca Aleaw.der. atyn.S
CAE.'IWI AL RLL~ ~ a Bkey.Ae~td atr e,,ry a m l I resposibe fr1al ebt -MayE
bout Srit 1 W ofibor o utordtounejoass heeLtaar Igedtf Wsaie.det hc hemycnrct od
5"1; %WIG IAII111014`1.1Isetlon.a Corttnlt1"i4t-V jiia ml. te o cdrest -$A jotok. pon 44 A,s e, eti n aea ~
See" liod wl mo ie"m O yfK 1: T.W R '.Guyiut~ e. 450 Ati
21) tIUT-ICaiIal FOR ALIae. w l ~.^c ul"' teap t ft hes i~l I ptur Use- am8o- on er und IUShe A Lo and OSS W N











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-WAYS0 t,4 ant? oa o a 56 -way, AIDS 00er, 11111.104. 5 M .Lucifer.a gbo",I sg
Anibbed Appy. V.0uott. --Trwit ge dqlg e Jnuay 1.194. Vsta
SEORTEAND. ll syk9keeLIs ANs H U MPHREY wtt
1,11Akba aeae--ay1 aenryutree4H f%..ad canuae. iMa .19doet. LA U SendT
LIVIES S C O-6 MM RCAL t ta-nlA fe s AOEIIRW Y o A 09 Ndr.16 At" ra oned o tstIa w m te ViltSmuls a
664 ellotla i bg.A11uleanc W LARG UA&4 Z 55p5 um e.se abtp, 1i ccd I ncf p Oaebteak, on thnieDo onger onder utdera m y s a ted
1914 1;a10Sulfb Aih- W ut.-. M tles tNK or "e1 ifA byM out' rnt m eeIr e" S Ex ot O t.he f m ub nd ( O e as e A
IHR" XUAoo-S COW*4. ot W eirt a WI weeal;Dow. 4. mes Me t tb er ayte pl MGoodtme
.,- LI&-iatv %lpt !i i" Dugh 29Chose sretM*9w AF Now theron derbetscntate y i t. O dt W Rinidad
0XIL ibL I kSN 'P dOse COfWFRa. ap&04otimeVStTruckfemtIl om eel 0lls45tind sh W~ii3 ns I P s oof St. ib? 57
'liam g "'r. @'f. 1" a we 00 ad 0 TEPBI 9hrb ctgo ht1 2UA
f o il m g a ik a o I e a i l. E d t e u l n e e A M p t e W I3e a 1 1l _B an__ _J u an__ _ _ S N A L
Inaona er Sat. 11# t goo1run
THREE A C.AMX. ~ lgC OWS,.. vitelzt W ,, T % i- New orANDoe'&Ssttond.NendoSnot hol d olaf e osbl ar ay .HPJa
StJnc w t h Us ager owesaeirtS q,Sai4keto 5ROO AN BO RDAlsbylerydet a dobyiy Wit.-K yaW ittn
.k niheni MasrS.Wheat a, m'Mrn- -it ~aas.A

9"a-4te S- a I i ii it. 1 x andwoatS re t-- ay 1 WA t tSEWn IY 23
EDUCATIONAL OwMelwdTHE PUBLIC lig herebye"US" SLUI I 31ae.
4xvin emar a~et suh e Cow4Whse. 14 Sa 5dddl Fbd'rli. 34 Abfroly wsisglva atlni, ham 0kur *0y 3rmydetWBot.I
TUTIN'm-MaMERC9HANDISE 1WH DrohyPINO
~~t e Se1dFeadalia toMISELLNEUS6OR AL
edaly. 56 lftadonly). a uasor andndeles.saoestlta swas lOUESgamy am am Applyfrog
-'4am S for Span-mF.EEHOLIDS cad bUSI5 '5v atoeot. .htagaeas SW-2L I%&S.ble! W
~see oup ORA i ta?3 m toCEWill ScITTINGr. 'ShRe 156. be'FUP oygO t~pgn ot hlyWEAR CAPE OSA M U EL. See
a1f i~l egust bgGlRT r geWqANTitED bIltot Card I 3
mt yewwg~l D$QT=4m IWA~iD T AD. .may 9 HU huJ0s1esirBofd6@iFattiolt I sowut.
Was 71B1Y Waiteanee Weacvm!1",*e-ma i
Sa"eda. or seaa.- SrS m biT
Ittbb g su Oe abl a a Ale bwe tg!.04'f ``SA ebs0US1Mt w, tt Dw OO
TAKE Y NOU TA tNCI atM lageUTS ogMI, W lenat. fo poverMetr .&aS `As.holdon 'Ttals11t4
OzawM lSbc, San ersan 55 KVW of rrctCIJ LEtY Nicklxq Ip.101, q,& 635 $11111111001aqua" test) a e.M.*e e s" my a e et UC
prpaato Lis 0-A a" salAal06 ma hibiOTwa l FR~no uss etytodot ilaerw soate, 1 DVb I t %.Codi
Cl.asses. -J oil@ 5 a et 3Vmlb p `=4 ll i


A Rlo een M .4 -~ sadM- n"t, s.-U-sa-g& = & .Is ~
pPhone 512.May SI-May2
Whine SS~- -- j-Meg CiO'UNtha"5
Wotm uboi ee I ad-ASLm uant."AtKou:eonrL% MW oftAsl USPOai
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MUTED.
noa Wrool Cb=hA


UM tt* M. Th~laThesage
plaeI u 4 tnd' from the
uartin, *T Oxford StrNt. to
of th holy Eoery cod thene
eile Ceimetery. tNWw Turk wl-
Sa copy.)
-Yeterdy at l 3Dwrado Village.
te a Bo. retired schooulasmar.
of MKiud Bab kPanamai:
Walter (Panama). Juet. uand
Babb broUthers. Trinidad Lease-
lnqral at 4.36 o'clock today frnm
ie" the Anglica Church.
, tece to Tacarlua Cemetery.
of PlnIorne' Unlon and All
trlly Socway a trlitnda are
attend.
RARY MAU
ANNI ELIZABETH PALMER-
A (Ze), lded May 11. 1943, An-
Men at the Ro"ry Altar of the
Sof lthe Immaculate Conception
.. Thursday., May 11. 194.-
LEDOGMNT
IRE.-Mr. Arthur Boisslen and
lOre tbrough this medium to thank
who In any way sympathiaed
SIn their recent bereavement or-
by the death of Mrs Druilla
It belng ImpostIble to ?m so
ly.
ORIAM
-In loving and effectlonate mem-
o deer Leo. who departed thils
Iay A. 193.S
but got forgotten."
-Lovlng family.


LATE 10 CLASSIFY
AL. NOTICES
uBLIC is ar*by notified that I
ouegr rueapoaitbe for any debt or
retracted bY my wife, Paneman
am bawlung *t my care and pro-
SFebruary 6, 1944.
eOHAMMaD HOSEIN,
it. Penal
IONS VACANT
ORART SINOGRAPHER re.
immediately. Apply Box P-112.
ardlnn.--May It.
rIE8 KXI'" for well educated
able to trantllate Spanlsh adioi
we without m of dectlonary.
19.30 to PMOO per week. Ap-
who touild be of BriUish nation.
ou14 appy to Box P-lu. "Guar-
Key it.
I COOK-LAUNDREI Apply 12

1-4 1 Toombs outateM
I-DAT MAID for morulis and
rY Mad lor afternoons Apply 30
S&trst. St. Clair.-May 21.
AND ROAROING
DN1 BMOIJUS. 98 Abercromby
TeL 7344. Ingle double room.
* eoupie only (European, Amert-
lay 11.
FOR SALE
BALE: LARGE RBIDENCE Int
0 CodltloA-l1l Park Street, Offers
S to C. Hat, 78 MarIne Square.

ITIES FOR SALE
RN BUNGALOW, Sa cascade
rebol Land. Near tram terminua.
ruCra. 'PbH*e 5849-May13
FOR SALE
r0 *A It
DESIR ESTATE. Cascade. The
beutliul and healthful One 'oz.
ft. Chaepwode oasd. Anply "Mini-
l(htlbt4rld Road. Mon Dealr.-
MENTS
TED. $4.000 00 LOAN. for 5 yrara
ecurty offered. State Intereit.
*.U114, c/e "Tonlad Guardian,"-
LANEOUS SALES
ADVANCED BUILDING & LOAN
W Paid up from Ortober 1941.
oSffers. P-111, e o "Guardian -
LUCThRIC IRO.--S lb ns. ,
quart. 'Phtne 4.-May 14.
MY PRAM to good condition, Ap-
JeratMebam Avenue.-MaT 14.
YORK BARBELL aKT: Iron
IT Brthle Road. B eIIont.-M*y 11
--ALVOT NEKW over.iunmg
IBe--.l te e *nd M apneanBee
Al Cfi*rr. t2 -May 21
"M COOXIR., two burners and
AW teoImptim hig Into Ieo
PihneM ti.-Mar 11.
I FOR SALE
X 1940 SEDAN. Hired Perfect
. ood trr. e, Ie"sed. Ineurud. 41
teit. 'PBone 4559-May 11
BDrORD PIX. Baxine In prfect
in. atnlnlon nd pnillev fitted.
tfor srtationary work. Clmeap Duke
..-Mav y21.
1942 ORD V. TRITCK without
2.500.00: One 1937 ard V.-
rood tyre. 1,901 00: One 1927 P
korne Sedan f Sve er tyre,
I; One 1M4 I h.o. Morris N .
S tv Wondierful emndM ,
O: Ono 1140 Anclla eord, ve new
I.O11 Contact Cedric Relo t.
Street. San Fernando, 'Ple 412.
14.
D TO -U-Y
r.D ROY'rt PMDA C PAR Duly.
Lma1eaUda Ltd., nlnte-.-.Ptrr
W
ITRILNE COMMEKRCIA.L ebooL
hid" Road. Caecamle-Juoe 8.
I WANT"-
RMD IINMMDIATKLY ORD
Pelet le aoa Car In first orai
3. reasabtv priced. APPLT
. Plaron-May 14.
SN RADIOGRAM. t Dm street
4M aR S .i.-Vay 14.
.3* 110011 SALIN
So 23T=L. Aalneft McdWe.
Mm I eL-May 14.
r* ROTCJt Amnwicu Ka.


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mARGAIN

69 rce Street. 66 Plctoto
Street taPc-sesssio),a 58 Mal1l-y
Street temptyt, Farrell Lane
tireehold), 207 Par Boulevard
3.500, 132 Second Street Ilma.
153 Old St. Joseph Road $1,600:
St. Vtincent, Frederick. Charlotte.
Otorge. Queen Streets, Maraval.
Dossesston guaranted. Large and
snall loans on Mortgages.
Norman DovPd-Feveck
Re al Estate Agent.
3s St. Vineent Street.


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to remove thief Wsf
throat of gue*
bleeding (gingivitis) TM AnTISEPTKI


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TOOTH PASTE Lg
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make& youth soap
go twice as far! ht 6 M


Instead ot soaping the clothes
all ove. as ,uou usually do,
rub the Sunlight bar on the
dirty parts only.


This will give you enough
lather to wash the rest of the
garment without using any
more soap. In this way you
save half the soap you would
normally use. And clothes
washed with Sunlight Soap
last longer because the deli-
cate threads are not damaged
by hard rubbing. Sunlight
protects your clothes and
thus saves you money.


SUNLIGHT

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richest natural SOm1W
Vitamin B-ComplO,"
Take twice daily, p
half hour behcfore
meals... plain or J,
mashed in fruit
nice, milk or
water.


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