Trinidad guardian


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Trinidad guardian
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Sunday guardian
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Trinidad Pub. Co. Ltd.
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Port of Spain, Trinidad
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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).
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Latest issue consulted: 71st year, no. 22316 (Mar. 31, 1988).

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University of Florida
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Tons Bombs

ped Behind

SAtlantic Wall
7.'. By W. W. HERCHMS
)Igay $ (AP) The weight of the Allies pre-invklIon
more than 50 toes of bombs carried and guarded
aIJrplanes fell today on Oermany's defensive sys-
and airfields laid out behind her Atlantic wall.
i eo .flown dur.-*.
of the air on, .- ,
l th enemy%0 o Allied 'Planes Interrupt
..... un.. c German Commentator
IIthe fortiidc"
launtriwes back Into LONDON, May S (Reuter's)-
a Mid Flying Fort- Allied air forces tonight inter-
| Lberatoras were out rupted Lieut.-General Dtttmr,
M day rawtleB, this German military spokesman,
mttiff tn ft a wholet s-
Mi0 of them trun g who was blacked-out during his
'Mne shaped like a weekly talk Just when he was
i hundreds of explaining to the German peo-
airtlbern France bend-
SLuxembourg Into pIe: "The Allies cannot possibly
continuee to hold us in the pres-
l hours Invasion pr ent abte of tension as long as
t lea~t 16 najOr rai-
re blasted, 15 key they please.
and half a dozen Deutchlandsender, German's
time in three days most powerful radio st tion was
tes strategic Air closed down without warning,
a force of nearly and at the same time the Luft-
and fighters
ven airfields and waffe stations in the west and
yrds jammed with northwest of the Reich gave out
Oulpment. The tar- air raid warnings.
S ty o Luxembourg, I ..

Me ana .Beium. vP-
n ew cycle of attack
,Nf in moonlight
approximately 7 0
bombers and contin-
bt by hundreds of
and Allied
mmora lly 1t In con-
*.4ht put up by Ger-
-attempting to pro-
dBrunswick from the
ree yesterday. Today
air was clear, few
i were spotted %Ad
-Wnmembers m&id ever
liter than usual in

St. Mary's Wins


Gold Medal
Jerningham Gold Medal, award-
ed on the results of the Cambridge
Local Higher Certificate examina-
tion, has been won by Mr. H, F.
Farfan, 1943 Sc.ence scholar of 31.
Mary's College.
Announcement of the award
was made at yesterday's meeting
Sof the aoLrd of Education.
All .erninghamn book prizes have
been won by students of Queen's
t Royal College. Modern studies
prize g es to Mr. C. E. Arrindell.
mathimatis to Mr. I. Mohammed
t while the Science prim has 'een
won by Mr. P. 0. Williim.--
The Soard also approved scholar-
ships awarded, as previously an-
nounced, to Mr. M. U. Henry
t (Modern Studies), Mr. H. F. Hamil-
ton (Mathematics) and Mr. H. F.
Farfan :Science).
Brilliant all-round performance
Sof Mr. H. R. Hamilton won special
mention from the General Secretary
of the .ixamlnatlops Syndicate who
pointed out that Mr. Hamilton :wed
his ucce-is to his performance in
the examination as a whole since,
although be obtained a distinction
in Mathematics, another student,
Mr. L. .. Weekes, was first in that

Premiers Sit
With War Cabinet
LONDON, May 9 (Reuter's)-The
Dominion Prime Ministers sat with
the Wdr Cabinet tonight, sharing
with the British Ministers in the
responsibilities of the day-to-day
conduct of th: war.
Earlier in the day they discussed
the future peace structure of the
world and one of the most import-
ant aspects they considered was
the role the smaller nations are to
play in the post-war organisation
to maintain peace and security. It
was usually conceded that ritain,
the United states, Russia and
China will have the nwjor say in
what transpires during the armis-
tice period as they have had In
the conduct of the war.
General Smuts, of South Africa,
iind Mr. Maci'rnile King, Canadian
Prime Minister, have both accept-
ed the offer of the honorary free-
dom of Derby.

Royal Commission
To Study Equal Pay
LONDON, May 9 (Reuter's)-
Mr. Winston Churchill, Prime Min-
ister, announced In the House of
Commons today that a Royal Corm-
mission is to be set up to look in-
to the quest' .i of eual pay for
equal werk. He could not say at
present who would be the chair-
man of the commission.
When the Education Bill was
debated. Just before Easter.. the
government was defeated by one
voteon an amendment which asked
tor equal pay for women teachers.
The Government made the mat-
ter one of confidence and this
amendment mu rejected. Today
the JIM came up again and the
y member who moved the rmend-
ment. said she was i-". that It had
'tiUm3ited the Government to make
this statement on the matter of
u i todays disc -slons Mr.
R. A. Butler, Presaident of the
Board of duration, moved en
amoodemt 'm which the age-bar
oa wom teichers Is ended. An-
other amendment changes the title
Ito Ma of aiucatIon so that
Ithe Board of Education will be-
come a Mlnmhr.
BrItai Ufte 3MI
On mwriui T"Mehm
LMO.MV 9 W)-Brifaito
toayStd Ma Su MA )ua-IMd
&WWV IM Woban eam ms r~
s-1 teachst Ie. 20 3du I
IM w" amended a tohe aEme ea
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Eire Cabinet Iiuo Nazi Troops NewRussian

Resigns Withdraw Completely

General. Election dEihth Army Gins
Expected To Be lGround On Adriatic| i ea
A t M onth .E nd B attlefrontBy T M V I RO
ERImm May (Reater's).-Mr. ..y NOLAND NORGAARD L Oy TOM yARu~ROI
EIamon deValera's Government I A L L I 9 HEADQUARTERS, LONDON, May tAP) The Russia
has resigned and a general election IN NAPLES, May 9 APt. -All AillCrinwan fortress. port of Sevastopo after
expected to take p on Mey -ttled over most of the Italuln
s expect atio n la o. t e de f a, -, battletront following the German Stalin announced in a dramatic Order o lI
The ro ooe dft".withdrawalw in the rugged mountain hours after the tnlquest. The three-day
In the Dagi of the Transport Bill aega on the le. flank of the Eighth
by 64 votes to 43. The Bill provid- Armyl Adriatic sector. stronghold garrisoned by thousands o x
ed for the formation of a transport stog O the Analo beachhead the Al- mantan troops.
company with a capital Of t90,000.000 % .f l*'ied Coi mand reported thathe Al- _n_ troops,--
to control te Great Scuthern 'lat" i anC madreot~ ha h
to contRailway and ol the D ublin 'Bu thCorn- "enemyI senaitlv of our patrols. -- Victor
Raiway and the Dubiln 1Bus Com- ^ '3notastly in the area southwest ut Admiral Lcayti Favoured nn ade
party. ,Clsterna." ''o Succeed (ol. Knox Ruai
In the last genial election Mr. + The official report failed to give X | Runn
de Valeat secured 67 sats, thetiothespreific depth ofrte enemy WASHINGTON, eay 9A P to b,-tin
ppoaltion led by General Mul- 'J.-withdrawal south of Monte Malellk, --Strong n amen t f API t o bp- ti
cahy 2, Labour 17, the Farm- 35"m si lea inland from the Adriatic, Stro sentiment for th ap- n
era' Party 14 anI Independent Under funll paet. hundreds 1f Ameriean eldlePs head back to buit it Is In the area of the villages polntnment of Admiral William Stalln
eight. T'.As did not give Govern- camp ever rough Englth cmntrysidle after extensive ea a of Palei and Letto Paleno. Leahy as Secretary to the Navy for dst
ment a clear majority. calculated to toughen them for the IMvaen of Europe. May They are nine miles from the to succeed the late Col. Fmk which
Mr. de Valera was Prime ?tin. of the camps were 15 miltea fro m ia apet. (A? photo). lat announced line ot the Eighth Knox developed In Congreoa.ind t1e I
isatr and Minlser for External ----------------- Army In that area, but t President .Aoosevelt may be penlrsul
Affairs in the Government since o st appee----a---- .._ ed likely that Allied patrols lproed to put the 'laya entirely offrs
1937 and President of the ExecutiveW have been operating well beyond in professional hands by such a sider
rCounisla Jap T roop Weather Reported r fr that In recent weeks. move. Admiral Leahy, former Army
Afm .eIris ho rI The withdrawal has straightened chf of naal op.tions. now ; planned
folw:rt fo2ee9.7A enemy lines A large itlexillail etPresident for both the Army topolhco
Pollowtn his return from Ame- being le re LONDON, May (API An explosion was reported behind the r siefbofh the Army too T
rica In 19.9 where he raised a loan German line In the lower Oaria- amd Navy. it too
^ 'So^ .^ eV bereIT_ Y k~ ~a expel t on operationsl weather maem leoa a1-------- "1
of N,0OO.dC0, Mr. de Valera became F liano similar to cerso f a we:i ih tnw ar
President of the Irish Republic. He F rom K ohim a today this was the driest Ag o which preceded the official re- i e1 4."
remained President until 1922. in and sunniest spring since Hit. port that the Nets were clearing n li cansisualtii
1932 h was the delegate to the ler overran the Low Countries clvyliO out of a strip 20 miles 1 11Ut Wi 1U The
Assembly and Council of the SOUTHEAST ASIA HEADQUAR- ler ov e deep in that a rea three .'
League of ations and President TERS, Kandy. May 9 (Reuter's) and has put, the terrain In Soldiers' newspapers here gave nnuur1 I enr v defence
of the Council at Its 68th and spe- The 14th Army is contlnulnr Its western Europe in good condl- promin ice to London despatchelq LaI UUL rI I tl in s said
clal sessions in September and operation to clear the Japanese tion for Invading ground and telling that Invasion jitters ere n saI "
October of the same year. He then out of the Kohima area. Recent air forces. He said that good mounting to a new high through- D'a nne *rMA -ln
became President of the Assembly enemy counter-attacks have been invasion weather will probably out Europe but without conmwnt l111 (ie or
of the League In 1938. successfully beaten off and heavy continue through May and on any possible role for the Ital- of 21
Casualties Inflicted. All the coun- June. A long Dertod of dry ian campaign in the Allied of 2
try west of Kohima has now bcee weather means that the rlverb schemes. In a moue to facilitate eimploy- v cors
enclosed in a vast semi- circle will be fairly low and tus.sdblf Poor visibllty brought a let-ap lent reg.istration, Gvertnunnt Fourt
thrusting at Allied troops north of for~able if brldgeo are V asted. on the lth Air Porce's determined prOpi,.'es to set up lablur bureauix o
A ce ue town. But the big Allied w.ry is that cm n to wpe out Rumania's ertheeeral cotol o Leral A
D decorated British armoured forces are bad weather may break on 'D tr tporwation and out ucntribantlsr thldu ,..ter ,i ,oi't-o-pf ilpendent
astride the direct road to the As- Day asastorm. and would cer- to the Nazi war m lchine yesnterdauo Artha,iTunalua. o Clara.. Sall- nideunt
D ecorate sam railway to the northwest and talnly cost the lives of thous- Nnd therNasin w mr mched terldcayc," Anna, ununs C airou Sa (hn"'rala
I the men are conientrating on tne hands of soldiers tvylng t land and there is o0 Immediate Indica- b.1g' l tt14 Chpial Cou'a, acrtO
LONDON, .May 9 (Reute',,.-roadeto Dimapur. The British on the beaches. t ion .hat the air offense wa sre- w l'rnm." u"ce an. .h. aC,
Colonel Gilbert L. Meyers of Mit- have scored more local successes .. summed. part. La Bloew s and Er in.b t oh leo
Colonel Gilbert Lf Meyert of Mil- states that the R.A. -' Ncw e;gulatlons made by tihe retlleC
ford, Iowa. and his fighting further down this front round tln hi a k ,,mc h stash ,t, h e s- Aclilui (.ourloer aild tan td yester- wewai
Thunderbolt squadron had a busy uhw p f it n the .ishen.ur ,ese troops .. carta River da, ,-1h rtilv we <-"day, set out telle mthot of regis- Kerch.
day yesterday. Meyers was pro- Southwest of it in the Bishenpur esevrda,,%last Friday. was tration which it is proposed to Sevasto
mted toa full Colonel athe rea. itlsh infantry sup ported E likely to have had something o adop t, beat pot
morng and awarded thelo ng h by tankshave driven the enemy Ea s Post do with the enemy's withdrawal Applicants for employment will conquer
guithed Flying Croes, the Air from a village, because It flooded the area t"- be requtireiW to PPeailIn pl non nlack
Medal ad the Oaks Leaf Clus- Large forces of American heavies CHUNGKING, ( 9 (Reuter's)- behind the Germlan lines to the and to sisterr oi a pre e tbed The
tsrby Major-General B. R. Ques- and American and British medium ~h ot
aeda, ad the a eeal Ninth Air bomb ers escord by fighters madet h GenerUno Ka-ht's northeast. It was not until Sat- lornL. teglstratlou must be re- not ye
tebaao-enr E .Q es- nomenrstesod attafigonersmaemytop aebe'oftrs4~tl t
a* Commander of the Nfnth Air e n d nemy troops have bno tr-attking urday that the Allies got the first need every seven calendar days Seast',
Forcenin. ton in pport Ofi ghter command s opera- south oi the Ciy of Loyag sna for is that the enemy was clear- otherwise applicants will be pret.- n --(
the titmenb in suport st this opeae southoftheCty of L40 and to
Iaven nlion fr Cooe '* opelowl y b acn Mag it| sumed to have obtained memoy- &A even
4"-___ mat theirnamesUAIO
li 9n add Ot C Orm eof Colonel uon L the s ouho Tmpltf t the slowly Holtt b!n = ..... ment and thltr nemr itrul 08 ?S ve
Mayerf' lath Thunderbolt fightr. Pa ra h Armyto have the register. 0Ih.1
bomber qroup, were decorated in e 1tThe ChAnere have pushed theE rAg i employers dedltrlin tabour are Anto i ,s an
yesterday, ceremony withteAr taken more hills and villages and Ter"nAe v nstyrequiredpto register la are al s sayi g
and Clusters. The group again killed substantial numbers of Japanese back across the tribtary tpe arsot u and
as la e dTgrouprt I mthe enemy, of the Yellow River and o Subs' Sful roialrsn of te ewag nd ront
threes ip tempoofthe pre Tank-busters of the R.A.F. are heav loses on them. 'Itter fight- ucces[ of workers needed, wage rates pay-
th e "Inr tempo of the pre.-in Ing Is e pored some 3 milmsouth" able. hours and conditions of em- aWO.
invasion blastlg of Nazi airfields mentioned for the first time inl ing is reported some 85 mileI south-.ablehrandl cdtion s.ofhem-ay
and communIcatons. the communique as playing a nota- east of Loyang where theNV68- dIna w tr ioy t avnilble.vaorioda T
-- ble Part in these actions. ese are trying to battle their WYAp a been another good month ia rge rea Malh
On the Arakan front. in western through the hills towards the i- fo th United Naons In the war fliers in charge of bureau will Malkh
Ctu ts tol,^ t "ad Burma. West African troops haye portent railway town ofai 8hI a mnall t the U-bot. TheP month thent Inany way be responsible for
War W elf are Fund been making damaging night raids on one of the important ltlways osvelt and Mr. Churc sui 1 ps s and workI n hcondgestiolns offem ymrn
m v m m.-- far behind the front lines. S;et- t h et n r hrhl asadwrigcniin Aee yT u
e l o1 tfa indtheyfrn sail intto the the anti-U-boat activities prospcc;ive empoyers and are
tingeoff in sampans .thenily to No change has been reported In etnUh e to be highly satisfactory, prohibited from negotiating teit-in
Total Now $17,174 enemy territory, land by night, snd the battle for the last stretch of To resulte In the words of the eof employment.
Contributors to the "Guardian" stormeVillages at the 1ioint of the the Peiping-.ankow railway still statement, again show that the In the event of a stoppage of ERID
War Welfare Fund added $135. '7 bayonet. in Chinese hands. American and number of submarines sunk exceeds work occurring il any establish.- 'ry '
to the overnight flgur, yesterday JAP TARGETS SMASHED Chinese aircraft have bombed the the number of Allied merchant meant over a trade dispute, alid thile the eve
to make the total T17,174.93. Jaoanes; airdrome and other tar- sahlps sunk by the "subs." employer concerned regi-sters va- test at
From the staff of the San Per- British and. Indian fighter-bomo- gets at Hankow. For the last nine months now canrles at that establishment dur- consider
nando Colonial Hospital came bers and dive-bombers have con- these periodic statements have Ing the period of the dispute, .itlh who hel
$133.57, while the Tunapuna Gov- tinued their widespread attacks on ---- shown that the Allies are well on vemplo'er shall give n.tlcte to that twice pi
eminent School con'rlbuted $2. enemy positions and transport In top of the submarine menace, effect when reglstering. and oflfcers Up to
The position of the fund to date western and north-western Burmna. .Sa....r ....In charge of bureau shall pro- team win
Is as follows: British heavy bombers and British ed *._tlougl no dispute extend. tln.
Previously acknowledged.. $17,039.36 and American long-range fighters _pidiFteas rb ohe ep no ms nt s ns m usl _r_ s_-- ,_ _-
Yesterday's contributions: have gone deeper into enemy ter- President R~esigns rFamous Britishl -----^^^v-s-^---------
Tunapuna GOvt. School... 2.00 ritory, smashing up trains, factories Resgn F -mu s i ti
Staff of the San Fernan. and airfields and setting a pipe- OUA'lEMAi.A, May 9 (AP)-Ol i- Dis
do Colonial Hospital.. 133.57 line on fire. eral Maxcl roano Martinao reftin, d U UO erDi es
At least flve Japanese 'planes the Presidency of Salvador ta LNO i (Rt, u
$1714.93 were destroyed. The Allied losses Cabinet meeting yesterday which eLONDOth was announced toda A N N
= j ~fromwe wthesea c~tand other operations was abrittended 1by thre0 p ltnDallamps rEthel hSmythwafamous86 erBritt nod
^... ~ ~ er two<> aircraft.11 irerlon mbers h w, She'yo w^e a'm s ^ ?^. 86varA N N IN G & C
Trinidad Girl Sends wr&toa rateemesDme *'A
TriniJohn Nixon, B.B.C. reporter with General Matines said In a broad- and wIo probably be beat re m.
Greetings From London Chindits who are keeping up a cast to the nation last night he had bared for her two operas "Boer n's
M s Ia s blockade of the Japanese supply resigned I.. order to settle matters Mate" and "The Wreckerli"
any We Indian serving with roads and railways to the north of State "11 a decorous manner in A signal honour wa paid her In THE PREMIER G
the forces In England and else- Burma front, says they have killed contrn rty with national Interests." 1934 when a Dame Ethel Smyth
where were hoard last night during about 3,000 of the enemy since The resignation cam) after spor- festival, at which Queen Mary war
the B.B.C.feature programme "Call- they began operating behind his adlc -tolenee and widespread passive present, was arranged to mark her
mn the West Indies." Sending lines. This, says Nixon, is parti- resistance had closed stores and 7th birthday. In her younger .
greetings and good wishes to their cularlv keen w1-rai it is remembered disrupted public transportation eys-da she was a keen supporter of
relatives and friends, the speakers that the Chindits main ob is to suptel public traporaton y daya ahe we a ken support o
Included Miss Georga Mason, cut the enemy communicationsand te s At one time troop worm e ra the suffragette movemefith and Br
por&. o hve orcd parmcie SS a made a Dame of the Brn-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. L. then melt away into the Jungle be- 'pe porte, to orse pts h E t impir.
Masson, and a member of the fore the Japanese have time to open their doors. tst th- T'hr
ATE. discover what has happened. Large .owds3athered around the -ek --- -
_______________________________ presidential palace late yesterday I d J" r i
-- afternoon and it was reported that Greek War Fund
D direct uri ted n ighta armoured -arm tilA hot1f1oa
Education Board Gives DirVector pamr "e still Short of eTATGoal
:ePpother contributions totalling
Power To Make Appointments Montgomery Visits $ 1 0 ght th e.T
lief Und up to $8,703.35 yesternay,
._________ f-i-io U AVi^~ibut left It stll i^ short of the
-British Home Fleet mdate goal of $, s o urgently
The Board of Education, by a majority vote, decided yesterday to LONDON May (Reute)-ith Mddle a st and to providefugees n
vest in the Dirlctor of education, power to make appointments in General Mottlomery paid an of- food. clothing relief and medical
denominational schools with a proviso that all such appointments flcial visit to the Britlsh HoM11 supplies for distribution in Greece
should be subject to approval of the Board of Management of the Fleet to tell thousands of.iJU &a soon as circumstances permit. i
Dfnointin --- --- -ernd something ot the task which lies Overwhelmed by the superior
Denominational Body concerned, immediately ahead of the Allied forces of the enemy. the brave
8tantina off yesterday's discussion. -------- amales. He said he came to p Oreeka Iktve never reinrutohedtheir,
the Director said: "For the benefit forward scheme-the system which his respects to the Navy and tU'.k valiant struggle to drive out the{
of the members who were not pre- Is adopted in the COvil Service in them for the vital pert they played Invader. As one of the United'
sent et the last moeet I would almost every country and that Is. In the African and Bticlan vie- Nations, Oreece has made valuable
like so repeat t gitof my re. In spite of having mdes schools tor, con. tributions to the Allied war .., Dry Pac MJd 1-I
marks when I introduced we h-eg-radeo of tahs. At the He was received by Admiral M r effort and Is willing and rmidy to
moo=Ion. $Ia 'if all, let me 0 say1ent time. 'o reOee teacher Bruce Frmer. Oomnunl der-in.-o.C make even greater contributions.
tha m undta the p Ordes nte, hae raised hi attend- and everywhere he went wua geet but she needs Immediate help.
the heed and ahhsteat n theae to a new gade or he must e tC! wih enthmsiasm y mno t eI us all then giva generously
u rd~ ~ w~ade. so that tfe ocmitilons latsr 5 nspeced marte wr. e Followint is the list of contraibt.-
ben"o aallt a 1ba ,having the power of ap- among them a famowaicrf ear it/es received by the WIn the War 20cr
bappoLae s ub pont^ntent, ..s have th power of rilse. iation up ter
ject to the appa'^, of the Direc. proiotioL. ^ al--_ ly
t^."Undr the ae whlch is ----er---
"Wham I have suglgested in this siifl'lar to the Clvl scheme Chamberw Ml nd r .0...0 N 1. 4
dthat old nt worulad tobe neJust ..
meru ame th mottou se ry fo I tahrth Oev-I T 9y K 41neth.. ... Ho
dth&Ia lne.s altobeT. r ^. or C&
Io Trinidad1obuines' at CdinuugesAngogmaDttrlIers Ltd .... 21SIS
dlmal~fau4 .sa~mo toebr tho gh Pm this, lmm% -- be "mad bel s sailed y. se eem mmami Flwiher rleepts Tohego
the~fl'3 f shoos tndae~e ie ds 5*' m; .Ue p-,eomi-n-tol f1S It 51 5.3am. on FnIsy. 11lg Day ............. |t44f 1 1 h 1
m. me or ..o +m ...n..m.. ,F.Tath, .I S, e .. aqua mm ay: aonl ....... s,. .
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ma~t Jetmnteam tht thetnno aon' that on the ta-SIm 134 U. mi ral SUE ID.
slaswl to am s ftahsoB ~ ~e
wa flmb e idlml. emmm oati mlv m whant~ sk b 7'L a
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n army has captured tit
r a 24-dayl siege, ManlW
the Day issued only a few
flMal assault cracked the
lausted orman and Ru-
y freed the two big HuAM
'rules fir IncorporatIon into
plo: ed the nvrdaland ot
. and old PWland for th
S ring summer offe*lv*
med with he Alied lnvT-
western Elurope.
named 56 commander
tlincit on in the offelsv*
comp ,ted the liberation of
10.003-squere-ntAii Criam
.a in 31 drvs. Among the
cited was Marahal Al"
VasleWvky, chief of the RePA
Sta, who presumably
t' ? oprad.on.
qhtilng einsure of SewV-
o'trasted with the 20 day
oi the Oer mans and Ru-
a to seise the city earlier I
, inally topplitng It by July
16. After suffering SNOW.0
Russians broke throuSgh
uies of steel and oncrOt
v to taki Sevastopol, 8ta-
I. ddhig that .#he Crimesa 1
'onpletelv cleared of th
SFascitl liaders."
dered the nrnximum salUt
salvoes front Moscowl's M
ral pecilore Tolbulkhin
Ukraine Army and Oft-."
ndtrie Yer'inenko'a tnde-
t M.rltime Army began the
t offensive on April 5,
Tuilbukhln ;aorccs attack-
,s the Siratsh Sea. 100 mUil
of t'evastopol and General'
ntt 's at *ltntg 150 mul.
id acroe ,hie peninsula from
'he impressive triumph Ut
"ol gave tIe Russians !he
rt In the Black 3&a and re-
ed another of the Soviet
cea fleets home bafet.
'erman High Command haS
t acknowledged the los ot
pol. but AxIl broadcast beW
'paring the pWple *o, ",el
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final storming of Sevastopol
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Victory Today
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vasiMn Threat Causes
Nais Great Anxiety
TXM threatened Allied Invasion of
Europe ontnum to hold first place
In German propaganda, which now aims
at convincing the German people and
toM of the wavering satellite states
that the Wehrmacht Is quite capable of
successully taking care of any Allied
attempt to land troops on the beleaguered
fortress. But quite contrary to what Dr.
qoebbels would have the German people
believe, there is no anxiety among the
Allies about the Invasion. Hitler's
threatened landing in Britain after the
fall of France never came; but with the
Initiative in determined Anglo-American
hands,. Hitler knows he has no hope of
enJoying such good fortune as did Bri-
tain when his 1940 plans were foiled
*cee for all.
Hitler talked about invasion, but was
not able even to attempt It. Now he
knows only too well that the Allies will
Invade, and he has no cause to be
anxious that they will not do so. The
cause of his anxiety is that he does not
know precisely when or where the blow
will be struck, though the time for
action was decided as long ago as Teheran
and all the signs Indicate that It Is fast
approaching. It is for this reason-be-
eause the enemy does not know-that
there are so many signs of tension from
Germany and the German-occupied
countries, both directly and through the
neutral states. The game of guessing the
Invasion date is the natural consequence
of the fear of disaster which the tre-
mendous, sustained Allied air offensive
has created in the mind of the enemy.
The German Mpeople must long since
have grown tired of repeated promises of
surprise weapons which have not mate-
rialised. The Nazi propagandists, never-
theless, are asking them to believe once
more that Hitler has numerous surprises
In store for the invasion armies, should
they succeed in setting foot on the west-
ern shores of his fortress. Rather than
accept promises they no doubt prefer to
wait for events to take their course,
though previous German failures, con-
tinued Allied successes, and evidence of
growing Allied power give them no hope
that the Anglo-American land assault
can be turned back.
On the Allied side there is every con-
fidence that the biggest amphibian oper-
ation in world history will succeed,
though there is no underrating of Ger-
man military power and no doubt that
the enemy has prepared formidable de-
fences to meet a long-expected attack.


Allid vSWuy strate has b46-e Ow
oughly V im I, F l ou-a F A
umdt m .h M __HV Wm
the leade of the I 14t111M wt
acquainted with the pweiur.fuu fd
landing an a b owA ** Wanse
the day come we can be msure that the
wilV mnto battle well prepared. The
air arm has already for the past 25 da^
been blasting a plth forthe Invasi
armies and sapping the enemy's rest
ance. The continuing defeats he has
suffered over a long period must have
weakened the enemy's morale, but
another source of weakness will be the
numerous Fifth Commnlsts comooed ol
elements hostile to Nazism, which are to
be found in every part of the Nazi Reich
and its crumbling fortress.

Imperial College Begins
Local Nutrition Research
THE decision of the Imperial College of
Tropical Agriculture to develop a
research laboratory for the study of
West Indian nutrition problems is of
great interest and importance. Dr. John
Duckworth, who recently joined the
College staff and is in charge of this
work, is a recognized nutrition expert of
wide experience, and the West Indies are
fortunate to have his services. While the
results of this research will no doubt be
of application outside the Caribbean, this
is a case in which the Imperial College is
engaging in activities which will in the
first place be of particular local value.
The decision shows the College to be
wide awake to the needs of these times.
West Indian nutrition problems have
long called for investigation, but the war
situation with its demands for greater
self-sufficiency and the production of
foods which will correct diet deficiency
has accentuated the need. While research
is not expected to solve immediate diffi-
culties, which must be tackled by the
Governments and peoples of these Col-
onies on the basis of knowledge already
at their disposal, it will set the stage for
later advance beyond the preliminary
steps, as it were, which are now possible.
It should in the long run help to correct
mistakes and point out new measures to
be taken in the interest of better health.
Dr. Duckworth's work here will no
doubt develop in the light of conditions.
His past experience, which includes
laboratory studies in connection with the
problem of correlating food production
with population needs, and surveys of
diets of workers and school-children, may
suggest some of the lines on which he
will proceed. Nutrition research fits i)to
the general pattern of advance to higher
diet levels which has become a West In-
dian ideal, and which was the subject of
a report by a sub-committee of the West
Indian Conference in Barbados recently.
The report, which was adopted by the
Conference, recommended that the
Caribbean Research Council should place
special emphasis on developing and
adapting foods of high nutritional and
protective value, and urged West Indian
Governments to concentrate on produc-
ing those rich In proteins, vitamins, and
The nutrition problem is closely
linked with wage levels, which in turn
depend in normal times very largely on
an assurance of remunerative returns for
export crops. When the President of the
Chamber of Commerce said in his an-
nual address that no opportunity should
be lost to press for a solution of the lat-
ter problem, he put his finger on the
pulse of much of the maladjustments
which afflict the West Indies.



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view of tUh nmaiw r iriu swadf
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ask that ye grat me a M Spa I
your lvnliae e Ae to i
gratify this pubsat le te and so Mrjib. 0 r a O (e (et) '
ainor a my enqumrses the Oonu ily Iveiter o the Gaad rie, as
of asseig at hise true value this Naval saweb Labaerstry, Wail
wo b paladin of the bserity ane s NW eering meda f f mar
of those Arma C44=ei0M whose by the See ry V State. Mr. C
annoyance and displeasmr I have D.C--{
in Ured far having criticised the
foiawag extract At their mu--
of March 10 last:
"The meeting was moved nt A U Tk fi
^s^^^^^School Mvan ag<
committee: Osu0znelor Netto drew ch o M a g
Attetio totheRavi" do hig
of his landsat Industry and Prorllill 0
St. Joseph Street and through the J. ,sOU aUbI tlyJ O f
grssfi l and suggested advane- 1
ing the Council money tr of (CONTINUED F
terest, to be .repaiu when the
Council received t hae t coa t of A .ou will observe, it does not
the AusL FrIa ad Buoo Ravines affect the management of schools
from Wwvernmeat, to concrete the And it still lea- the powers of
portion *j the ravine from the Ab- veto a :as r as appointments are
at oir 1 the MaMca Rive.. Agreed concerned to the boards of man-
to. Counellior Netto here asked agemeot. It has been said that this
the Council to loan him 100 bag is the thin edgt- of the wedge. As
of cement, far ae I am concerned there is no
"His Worship explained that wedge at all.*
the Council had over 00 bags of
cement I stock And Uthat was far Strong opposition to the motion
too much for thir immediate us tabled by the Director of Education
moreover cement in paper bags de- wAs voiced by the Rev. Father
terioriated so rapidly .there wa a Byrnes, the Rev. Father O'Donnell,
posasoltty that some would become the Rev. K. Bhagan and the Rev.
spoilt before it could all be used Dr. H. F. Swann, who contended
up. Again, on a previous occasion that the motion would deprive the
Mr. Netto had loaned cement to managers of schools of the right 01ol
the Council so His Worship thought assessing for themselves the charac-
that there could be no objection ter and religious convictions of the
to granting Mr. Netto's request. headmasters and assistants ap-
"It was then agreed to loan 100 pointed by the Education Office.
bags of cement to Mr. Netto. 100 Replying to criticisms of the mo-
to Mr. Aleong and 50 to Mr. Herde tion, the Director explained that
for the Arima Race Club. to be every opportunity would be given
replaced by them later on. the various managers to judge for
"The Town Clerk was instructed themselves the desirability ol the
to place an order for 500 bags of appointments made.
cement which, it not required by Voting in favour of the motion
the Council on arrival, would be were Mr. T. E. Hutchinson, Princi-
taken over by Mr. Netto. pal of Queen's Royal College;
"In reply to an appeal from the Hon'ble Sarran Teelucksingh,
Councillor Herde, it was decided Mr E. E. Quinlan, Dr. E. J. San-
to loan Mr. Herde 100 8' sheets of kerali. Mr. M. A. Ghany, Dr. Mary
corrugatea galvanised ion-M' Gianetti Mr. I. M. Hopkins and
for the St. Vincent de Paul Societythe Rev J. H Poole
as the Council had no immediate The motion read
use for the said galvanize." hat h Education Ordinance
I decided to treat Councillor "That the Education Ordinance
Bryan and his motion with u- Ch. 14 No. 1. formerly No. 28 of
preme contempt, yet It occurred to 1933) and the Code of Regulations
me to enquire of you whether by for Primary Education, 1935, should
i any chance any member of your be amended to grant the Director
staff could have impressed Coun- of Education the power to appoint
cillor Victor Bryan that I sought head and assistant teachers to as-
-to restrict the Press report on sslated schools with the proviso that
the proceedings of the meeting in the teachers appointed must be ap-
order that the slashing criticisms proved as regards religious belief
ihe evidently refers to his offensive and character by the Board of
description of mv remarks, to wit, Management of the Denominational
hoi air and tripe',i levelled against Body concerned."
me should no, be made public."
SIn the subjoined letter from the MOTION S'PPORTED ,
"Trinidad Guardian" dated April
20 is contMained a full and suf- Mr. M. A. R. Ohany, newly ap-
flcient refutation of this farrago of pointed member of the board, said:
lies: "Only 3 yesar ago, It was be-
lieved that the State was not com-
St, Clc Ashby q, petent enough to control and man-
Asicoart, age the affairs of its people. Today
7Aris Wen we look back at tMe great
Dear Sir,- I am s8;rprised to Soviet Union. we find that the State
learn from your letter of even date ha nt ony controllededucation
tnat the suggestion is to be made t northealth and sanitation,
in the Arima Borough Council that transport. ea snta
Syou sought to restnct publication but It has taken over every enter-
I of proceedings of the Arima prise and lterally driven the wheels
Borough Council in the "Trinidad of Industry In such an efficient
Guardian." manner, that she has become so
It should, by now, be general virile and built such powerful
knowledge in Trinidad that the morale among her people that she
Editorial columns of the "Trinidad has become one of the greatest bul-
Guardian" are not for sale, and no warks against Fascist aggression.
one, including yourself, could bring "She has maintained not only
undue influence to bear on us to her independence but has rescued
withhold publication of matters of democracy and everything that goes
public interest, with it, nay more, she stands out
I have known you for many as one of the spectacular champions
years and I have much pleasure in of civillsation. Now, if this can be
confirming that never once have done in a state with approximately
you approached me with the sux- one-tenth of the population of the
gestion that I suppress publica- earth. I do not see why the State
tion of any report, cannot control the appointments of
In connection with this particu- teachers in a Colony with only
lar matter, I have also consulted half-a-million people. Can it be
my staff, and all of them includ- urged that the personnel of the
ing Mr. Charles Espinet. my News denominational boards is in any
Editor, confirm that you have not way superior to the Director of
approached them with any such Education even on moral grounds?
As an Editor, I deeply resent JOIr SYSTEM
implications of this nature and JO YS m
you have my full authority to use "I understand that the.deromi-
this letter In any manner you see
the "Trinidad Gu ilat" se. l. If even they compromise
Yours truly, right w ith wrong no one dares
Trinidad Publishing Company challenge their authority; where
LWd., C. K. Hitchins, Editor the Director of Education sLa ser-
and M...E. DtirectoAr, vent of the State and if he abuses
ST. ILAIR A By, his power, he can be brought be-
Deputy Mayor, Arima. fore the bar of public opinion

Ashcourt, Acooruing to te cuoe ou iregua-
Arinia. tUons in force, thile present system
is really a joint and not strictly
Polurs NtJ antar a dual control. In a dual system,
Parlors Not Sanitary ? the rights and privileges of both
The Editor, "Trinidad Guardian." State and boards are independent,
It Is an abomination to all who the one acting without ie, or hin-
value health to visit most of our dance from the other.
oarlious and see insanitary prac- "As I see it now, the rights and
tices of the attendants. Glasses are privileges of one are subordinate
seldom cleanly washed tif washed to the acceptance of the people.
at all); when a customer is finished According to section 38 of the
with one It is taken from the coun- Code of Regulations for Primary
ter, simply shaken two or three Education of 1935, the boards of
times In water and gently put in Its management for assisted schools
place, ready for service again, shall appoint, transfer, suspend,
As the public han absolutely no dismiss or require the resignation
control over these dangerous cir- cf the heads and assistants in their
cumstances I pray that the Public respective schools subject to the
Health authorities duly protect us. provisions of the Education Ordit-
CLTD I IRErL nance, which states: 'Head and as-
Port-of-Spailn. sistant teachers in assisted schools
shall be appointed, transferred,
R> l: suspended or dismissed by the
'Bus Service Complaint Board of Management, provided
The NNWe, "Trnldad Gaardlan." that all such appointments, trans-
Of late there is no 'bus at all on fers, and dismissals shall be sub-
the Son Pranci Que Road, Unking jct to the approval of the Director
Penal and Fyabad. one has to of Education.
Waik mi ns order to catch a 'bus. "The motion now seeks to reverse
ltia hoped that D&kal rotere the position in regard to the ap-
will abmsorb the contents of this pointments subject to the very
letter and restore the good 'bus MImportant proviso which in effect
service they ran in the past bear-. will be placing the last word with
Ing. in mind.of e course, ija the regard t character and religion Ia
T OR. 'buses are doing a good Iob the hands of the denominatiolm
AMGATTIE. oards.
Point Fortin. "This real is not in keeping
with the recommendations of the
C sse for Cour F Royal Commission which save in
los or Country Folk part: 'Schools at present managed
The 80r, TuisMI Gardtn.l" b y denominations, if salaries are
I think if the lectures in the paid by Government. complete con-s
Adult Education advanced classes troin staff matters should be
were to start IS to 20 minutes after assumed by Government; and new
the last train reaches Port-of- schools provided by public tfunds
Spain. mVany peona ti the country should in all respects be admitins-
ditrlits would make much of the tered by Government. The existing
oortuniPty facilities for religious Instructions
Their disadvantage might --lao be In Government schools should be
offset by Introducing a danced maintained.'
classes at the same centre, "where- sm no r ,, .,.
ever there aure elementary class. I *T oi TOLuvACi
Provtiion for further study in "If we plae this unti sid .
secondary education might, too, be side weit th' riecothins o,
made In a prospective centre the the Royal Commissis, we end
me as for 'eleetry. that overnmnt Bhe endeaevmuW
.... ANDIDATlr. to compromise with the eitnatim
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iton 'be beltb -m rdar,
t ar us mt a of the awards
*rtM Baa(kft, n Washington,
P pht.).

ers To Judge

f Appointments
of tolerance. I have examined it
micrspically and I have failed
I find anything sinister or any
of the morbid bacteria of a totali-
Starian dictatorship.
"I am afraid we are looking at
the question from a wrong pers-
pective. It is not a question of
abolishing religion from the schools
or creating godless institutions or
preventing the children of Catho-
ics from being educated u Chris-
tians. It is not a question of
depriving the children of the In-
fluence of the churches. It is
purely a question of greater con-
trol by Government.
"According to section 52, Gov-
ernment pays the salaries of the
teachers, makes grants for build-
ings and furniture, pays the water
rates, provides apparatus and
equipment, together with books
and garden and handicraft tools.
Milk is supplied free of charge to
all schools in the city for under-
nourished children. Transporta-
tion is provided for children to
"In consideration of all these
valuable services, would it be fair
to deny Government of the prero-
gative which is justly theirs? If
Government is competent enough
to control the appointments of the
entire Civil Service of the Colony,
then Government is certainly com-
petent enough to control the ap-
pointment of teachers,
"So that Government may be in
a position to act justly and equi-
tably there must be a centralized
government to appoint the correct
type of teachers with certain train-
ing in certain areas. If our aye-
tern of education Is to provide
every opportunity for all, it can.
not be confined to the limit of
"It is being urged that Govern-
ment is only a trustee of public
moneys which should be allocated
distributively. This is a statement
which I agree with, but the Bri.i
tish conception of the State is that
it is a living personality wtWe
conscience Is not devoid of righ-
teousness, Justice, equity and fair-
play. I do not believe for a single
moment that our Government is so
irresponsible, corrupt or immoral
that it will destroy the spiritual
lives of its children, for to do so,
it will be courting disaster.

"Teachers, who are the ones this
motion will affect, are the ones
clamouring mort for the change.
They feel they are not being given
a square deal, as religion, and not
efficiency and ability, is the de.
aiding factor in their progress.
These are the people in whose
hands rest& the destiny of the na-
tion. They are dissatisfied and it
is contrary to human nature to
expect the best service from dis-
satisfied workers,
"We must hasten to put right
that which is wrong in our assist-
ed system of education. I concede
it is the duty of the Church to
attend to the spiritual needs of
the people and to look after their
moral welfare, but to stand in the
way of educational progress Is a
In conclusion he said: -I want to
take this opportunity to acknow-
ldle how greatlyv Government is
indebted to tht various denomina-
tons for their contribution in the
field of education: but at the same
time we also have to acknowledge
that a dual system has outlived
Its usefulness.
"I am confident that when we
come to take a vote in this matter,
that religion will not prevent us
from coming to a Just decision."
The Rev. K. R. Bhagan voicing
opposition to the motion said:;
'ibe question which we are called
upon to discuss and to advise upon
is, without doubt, one of the most
momentous in the history of edu-
cation in *this Colony. It affects,
certainly, the whole future of our
Church schools. Our decision will
shape the course of education for
generations to come. That is why
we ought to weigh well and w.cly
whatever we do. To act hastily or
with little thought; or to be movedI
by expediency and not by princi-
pie, to act with detriment to
Let me say at once that I stand
for tkit principle which is deep-
rooted in the history of our de-
nominational system of education-
the unquestionable right of the
churches to appoint their teachers,
which right Is so necessary for the
exercise of their infuence In the
school, which they with mush lI-
bour have begotten. I am eo-
vinctd that If those Church acmhoob
Are to continue to serve the pr-
pos for which they were but
they couMld only do so so long as
the churches retain the power to
appoint their teachers to these
I shall go to the root of the
matter. I ask, what is a.&A aisted
school? An s stesd 0'ol is one
tlt was started by one of the de-
nominatwins, providing in the Brat
Instam e a buMing of Its own.
with teachers of t own, wnose
sakse i Da 1Wothe h tomen-
sisted" when ose enft comma
tpand th patttAa A 4tgrant e sr
tre. f t is but t. ta, that& a
iAse TIN Te *pA j aeS a,. a




Alteration in

Owing to Unforeseen
Circumstances T h e
Advertised Sailing of
The s/s "TOBAGO"
From Port-of-Spain
To Scarboro On Sat-
urday 13th Instant
Has Been Cancelled.

(Acting Harbour Master)

May 8th, 1944.



Thuerew beu
Pree ntudehip s aktl
C= f!ega of Thal
aafaIe i October
ence wil be l given n
who have taken the a
In the Higher Stch ec
Science Bsubjec i n,
Certificate Baulaiutlm.^
A sl udentship Is HatH s
iUnated at tbe end nj
term It the w tudemt's
below the standard
A minimum g antt.
tenance. of $2g8.00 pie
be payable to eels9
This num ay be
maximtum Of .00D~i
special circumstances,
Application stating
cations, and pucanicN
or colleges attended,
[copies of two recent
should reach the InX caton not later thea l
Director w
2nd May. 1944.

By virtue of the powers conferred oN i*:
Section 5 of the Defence (Food Control) Reg-t"i.
1942, the following prices on Sardines will ep*,
from the 9th May, 1944 :-
Pert-sf- WBewbere Seai
vpan. ether than Distelet N
SARDINES-BDrunwlck. $I M per t" g 2
In Oil,
Per case, 100-31 oz tins.
Fe"d C

olonlal Secretary's oi


Applications are Invited for appointment to the fIll
pots in thePublic Works Department of the Colony of t .
(a) Two Assistant Draughtsmen on salary sile $1G
(a) Two Engineer*a on salary scale...........
(b) Three Engineering Assistant on salary scae
(c) One Clerk of Works on salary scale........
(d) Two General Foremen on salary gscale.....,
One Appointee under (d) may on termination
transferred to the pensionable establishment.
Applicants should be British Subjects and s00M
quallfcations and experience noted under f t
post for which application is made.
(s) One Assistant Draughtsman-age between 30 Mn
must be properly trained as an Architectural _,m
the office of & technically qualified nArchlte SM
considerable and recent experience in the dod.o
modem buildings:; experience In the design of -IsBE
and bridges would be an advantage.
One Assistant Draughtsman-age between 25 ad
must be properly trained in the design of and
for reinforced concrete construction in the 0*1
nicalUy qualified Engineer or Architect, must
able and recent experience In the computaton
of reinforced concrete buildings and bridge
(As Two Bngineers-age between 25 and 45 yt
A.MI.C.E.'s or posess equivalent exempting
must have considerable and recent experieumne i
and construction of roads and bridges; expers;p
design and construction of buildings would bei
(b) Three Engineering Aslstant-age between X
-must be experienced in the design and
and bridges with some knowledge of
good command of labour; a knowledo ofbtufi,
constructIon would be an advantage. '
C. CLERK OF WORKS: Age between 35 and 45 yeanM
been a skilled craftsman in one branch of thein
and must have considerable and recent expe
of Works on the construction of large modeM=l
ingf In reinforced concrete and of domestic I
low til. e
Must be capable of preparing working dia
out work, including using a dumpy level eliw B
measuring and costing work and generally of
of building construction under the Engineer o ,'
D. GENERAL FOREMAN-Age between 25 and 3
been a skilled craftsmaA in one branch oftheW
S and must have considerable and recent
eral Foreman dn the construction of IWV
buildings in reinforced concrete and of Di
hollow tile, must be capable of preparing
and detailed estimates, setting out works M
dumpy level and theodolite, of mearlveing SU
of controlling labour and generally of tkh.
the Engineer or Architect. experience on
tlion would be advantageous.
GENERAL. Appointment# to tempOmlWe
on agreement for two or three years in tnB
suitably qualified candidate would be el gISS
for appointment to vacancies on the perimalled
able establishment u and when they am.s
the agreement include tree passages to t08
officer and for his wife and family (iOt
e01s in all) on first appointment and return
of engagement on satisfactory termination
An officer on the permanent establishment J
free return sea pMPage ( denied I ta h s
himself only after completing minimum iUt 6
A temporary war allowance is at rwi
ftiowtgt basis:
(a) To eaeie wheme salaries du t ia" S i
A "at rate of 80 per annum and in additl",
30 per cent on the fArst 40 Wof a Pir
1S per cent on the next $t1Of s o ary 9V
10 per cent on the next $1440 of at i P
(b) TT OmeeN wheo slarle ewee e $S pa'
amS S 6$k w Per a &MUM
A fat rate of $m per annum. |
Other terms of agreement anre a contained In th ,
Agent agreement form partlculars of which ate avsIS
laial Secretariat. *1'ow a
naO stating whether applicant is
- l funarti culara of the applicants
raf-tth e l oo at of not wre than
shild reaeh the oikce of the Rlo.ra1le got ubm4
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at o w poptlatio &nd iAance, ovornment atioud be sal ot the eo om seln moected to S" Nomit a"
ofa the clvillan it~a, ladutr/, ath e compense for such grit as, ocC'W d S month amnaiain rea h-
Slingl together a large-ized air force to si at allowed a large control over such = a s deam o;N ly at the T.Ao.C. htyaooa
forces- I" shi Is o d oo 0mo top._"_______ ___i_ _noone =:sptato be hold at usge ma
foce i a we15WIUVMUAOftO.could quesdoss th ___I sar O a bl o ay 0 ea ,0
^^ pl lHe anarrangement. ch^II r'- nAn^b~k *r~at Br
w n production 4ter of faot Go ent Mobile Cinema low* buedh.oo1
H^ a licablMg Herman _.does exercise this largo control, an the vii of Trnia j^^ ^lstL^'
oadim Pre iInvasion for uth t < ovn Shows Launched 03=
Luftwaff0 Zi m merwnt e"acts () The right to .in uand two-mile in their AMt mets g
^swall bylettt speet thes schools. (2) To right Mobile cnema ohwm in the new at Unlrultco Park and deAts
s 10 r] of, jjatO t f ateandh and, qulat programme lhMached by thehinfea-nUi the hon-e Itaut.
war to a IBIm r d of teachjs to be employed mat l on are planned colonial and nla the half and three
ova 0 the men I these schools. (2) The right of for every day thin month. the miles interoolonial, two nightS
I The 0 ies' naming the subjects of the curm- "Trinidad Guardian" learned yet- later at the aao ven"ue. No times
Cui threefold: 0 U culum to be taught In these schools. terday. were given.
out the German (4) The right of directing the time- The prora es which are being Cyclists are at presmt hard In
by bombing feac- table. posted by Mr. E. Johnsuon, the training for the TAA.C, sports and
th destroyed LCONTINU90 FROM PAGE i In other wor for the alstance Information Offcerasalsted by Mr sone Seen mtorcolonfi nveat
gthlr. to replace It; city of ( Mebruck. Another O- rendered Oovernment is allowed Hart the Film Librarian, offer in- should be witnessed.
tanv obstruct aer. t; city was t Ruoher ad the right to control entirely the tere edutional and a Barbados will be mending down
obstruct a Jeoava in t'je tR a ecto and actoimie Nightingale, who, in the absence
long o cres adde to h min educational lifa and activltlee of tlve Brilth f=loB w h been r'i ng the
bontinuousl oer crew I ds dred from the am ine assisted schools, so that in this re- Shows have already been given t of arlow, has been ruling the
4soften-not orn- nemy wper spect there is no difference be- the Military Hospital, the Army British Guiana will also r ae two
Sa- fixed defences *canafian -fosqtutoes did some tween Church schools and Govern. Gymlasium, the House of Refuge! top-noteher., iaddle Lewis (their
go d a l wo a si ment schools. My contention Is and the Royal Gal in Potl o champion) ant W. Moteulo who
i sources confirm good itruder work far inside that while Government giva Ub- S ain, as well Ta o played havoc with ll "B" clans op.
oftrea Europe and found a erally Goverament also receives Phan .. position last year, to uphold their
co~t by the American boate-u I d a reas "far Aflying- "quid pro quo" for all it gives. We This week'& shows include one to-
out b tohbelow Anin boas in areas a far apart pi acclaim, this arrangement as most night at the Young Offenders' De- Together with the Trinidad ey-
to bel the Baltic coast and the rentch equitable and hir to both sides. tention Institutlon, and another on clists the lntereolonlal events
cancary on "I s.) crlday the *.he rec tlon Roomnos
Wr and survive. American m marauders sv MAN Friday at the Recreation Room of should be thrill-packed.
S. Aeric Maraen c Pthe Marine Branch of the Police The cyclists to represent Trin.
fTGETS NDED and Britsh artchells and Bostons But when Government seeks In Force. Idad in the Intercolonial events
ET DEFENDg flew out early In the day to aid addition to Its already deep control, Among others listed for the month will be selected on Saturday, and
ogumans are only de- their night assult. In one attack as It now does In the Director's re- on a schedule prepared for public the TA.A.C. are requesting the
most precious tar- on the railway yards at Valen- solution, to take over from the institutions and orphanages is one suggestions of the public to be sent
public opinion forces clennes where the Germans first churches the power of appoint- of a surgery film at the Colnlal In to the T.A.,K.C. or the "Guar-
; they are making no broke through the 'Little Magi- ments, it is, In my mind, asking Hospital, Port-of-Spain, on Wed- dian."
fend the outer fringes not Line" four years ago, the Mitch. overmuch for Its assistance and nesday, May 17. This is intended Six cyclists will represent Trinl-
Ur even large parts of ells and Bostons found neither flak the scales are in danger of beoom- mainly for medical nractltioners. dad In each race and names along
ad. nor fighters. The fliers described ing very unbalanced. with a pace-maker for the 3. 5 and
bombers meet heavy 9,000-ft. columns of smoke and More than that, the request 9-mile can be suggested.
U l>Slv In tthe heart of vivid red flashes on the ground alms a blow .t the very vitals of TouristTradeParle y -
Und Berlin., Bruns- after the attack, the denominational system here. urs raue aarlej
"'t1 parts of Austria The Allied 'planes, Includinglarge It takes away the only remaining 0 Ja aica M aroo Beat
l burg. In this way, bombers, were still over the' Reich right enjoyed by the churches. The pens In Jamaia aroo s
l to build up first- tonight, the German radio report. State becomes omnipotent in the
gth for "D" Day ed between 5 and 6 p.m., stating field in which the churches were Three-day tourist trade conven- e t r s B 4
Production. they were approaching over the pioneers. It mus be obvousthat t called to consider measures Ve B 4
even more creful Baltic from a northwesterly direc- whoever has the right to choose cwhp t e b necessary to sillU hl dW
of late. They tion into western Germany. the personnel of the staff of a ready for tourists Ja oonw a Maroons still held second place
er seen in the past Since the Allied Air Forces be- school Is, In reality, the controlling tvel rea strictions ate removed, In the Ladle S t. Jame L standr-
iJs i singularly free gan concentrating on railway and body for it is the personnel of the opens in Kingston today, according
ropens gnoKingstonetoday, acco~ln
reports of crowded installations used by the Germans staff which In the end determine to a broadcast from Washington racks ground yesterday afternoon
p and vast supply for military purposes a total of the life, quality, Ideals and spirit over WRUL last night, thev crashed through the weak and
S143 attacks were made on 61 tbar- of a school. The convention, the broadcast demoralised defence of a Ven-
tl n Germans are keep- gets. When in addition to the control stated, would provide a unique op- ture "B" outfit, and gave them a
well dispersed over Thunderbolts and fighter-bombers Gowvernment now exercises over as- portunity for considering from four-nil lacing.
l In western Europe, of the Ninth Air Vrce this after- slated schools Government takes every point of view and from all Playing well over their opponents,
invasion comes these noon attacked railway bridges at also the right of appointments, angles, matters relating to the Maroons centre-half, Ana Camacho,
bve to move into Nantes, Cossioort and Mezieres In what, I ask In earnestness-what tourist business there. It will also De Freitas, L. Gomes and Mrs. A.
areas to operate France and railway yards at Mon- is left to the churches? what chan- deal with manifold problems of Camacho, inner-right, registered
emtlnuous Allied bomb- ceau-sur-Sambre in Belgium and nels or revenues remain In which the Island's development at the one each In the nets.
felds bound to pay Arras In France. They were es- the Church's influence could bepresnttime an d. ri the pst- E e
same wAy It did in corted by fighters. Fresh fleets of brought to its schools and children, war period. t
Mr. William Harris, editor of the ceB' 0
wan Italy. bombers and fighters were observed The only thing left to be man- West Indian Radio Newspaper, is l Ce8D U
a,vry on the time re- winging over the Channel early aged would be- the buildings and expected to attend the convention. ove 'B -
01 Allies to win corn- this evening among them many their repairs. The State will o 6 .
oBf the air, but more squadrons of Thunderbolts. Ameri- have taken the substance and left -BUS STOPS FOR TOCO rs
officers think It will can heavy bombers were also be- the churches the shadow. The Trinidad Guardian Correspondent. The Police-Rovers "B" hockey fix-
In from seven to lived to have made another late State will have taken the kernel TOCO, May 8 Trinidad Gov- ture washed out last week by rain,
O-Di" Day.r mission, and left the churches the shell. eminent Railway 'bus stops were was played off yesterday afternoon
and American wlr You will then have the farcical put last week-end on the route on the St. James' Barracks ground
the Getmans will situation of the churches pretend- from Sangre Orande to Toco. with Police "B" emerging victors
Sin-t ire 'Bit fp ra n'1 to manage schools that are with a 2-1 win.
pt bl us conspiracy fro "A" to "z" controlled by Bobby Curvan and M. Joel
minority feel they the State. CARP"EN ER TOOK scored a goal each for Police, while
thle back. h T alj oninuesThe system of aPpointments R. Halfhide netted for the losers.
ottme nto the which now obtains appears to me The game wm a well balanced
Is thrw ients the AI- S~.dfUI~F h gm a elblne
l eto raid ath Ail Ramsawak Maharaj, former to be both just and adequate. The AD I one all along, and both defences
t rablea will F R IE N D ormD V IC gaE wa to d n e us ri s t
a t of Germany with secretary of the Princes Town 'Bus code which governs the appointing Ugave way to dangerous raids at
times and there were quite a few
civilian ponulatlon at Cwmpany, who told the Court that boards in their selection l' very Used Dodd's Pil and HS exciting moments.
te airatacksPr was "fired" after he had given clear and definite, so that Dll and Hi. e n
eair attacks. Pro- evidence at the preliminary har- pointments and injustices to teach- Backache Was Soon Well Curvan, centre-forward of the
Sthisdea believe the Iug of the present trial, explained era are practically Impossible. More- Police "B outflt opened the scor-
B this because they to the jury yesterday the procedure over, no appointment is effective I a Csrpener 45 yers ef age," ig, as he glided a Bennett pass In
i take months to break that obtained with regard to the without the approval and consent witesVivln ker,4 Gi6ledgolPe Pj, the goal.
f v n b h ost r meru l e m plg o y eb e s oft o u th e aop p I o c u d n yr e ma r k a ns i e e q a e i h a u l t s
ll"'ale even by the most regulating of 'buses and the col- of the Director, which is an import- Pert of Saine Tria- Rovers took over the play for the
b aboblng8: at that time. electing and depositing of cash col- tefuard. d I sr remainder of this session, and also
tatleshwlllrad.hv lectedg asd faepsIhisteidngfces o- iint safeguard, dad. so seed
g tvttlea will already have elected as fares, in his evidence for aM rHUCH SCHOOLS .r ples in the at the restart they pressed the Po-
li*e nr anyway, the prosecution, as trial of seven AIM O d I c tridwu licemen until centre-half R. Half-
H-. former employees of the company In concluding MYnr s trechaek9 hide equalise d with a bullet shot. l-
on accusation of conspiracy to de- must of necessity ompfae thath w tedleas hc But a few minutes after left wing
fraud was continued, ia the First the fundamental object of Cthurch gem olt e tew in ng goal ass
,n Branch J~ oce h inn ola
OBran c Assze Court before Mr. Justice X schools in the minds of thoe1 i' A Need ad-. he got a run-through, and made a
lialllnan. founded them, is that the ,uh Dodds Kidey well placed shot.
Assistant Superlntendent Lucle- should have, through them, an un- Pil- lPu1 "No There will be no match today as
i g O Smith and Assistant Superintendent hampered opportunity for the sihap- ad r ibfmh V. s a result of the last Trinildad-Bar-
S ay (Router's) F. Widdup testified to having ing and moulding of the ch-arc- 1h sd 6dt I had pounds bados soccer test.
OlPgn Ofce is to have searched the home of Ameer Mo- ter of Its children, in accordance and fet like a new no" TASi --
Intelligence branch, hammed, a director of the firm and with the Church's principles, faith, LET US Do YOUR PRINTIN,
Minister of Econo- one of the accused men, and haw culture and manner of life. L latest books and Magaznes.n
l .announced this In ing found 'bus slips and money, In this far-reaohing aim the It ye nffW MNTILTV School Books and Stationery.
O Lords today. He said while Maharaj, the secretary, said quality of teachers who man those Ws i* Toys. Cwrios and Novettes.
intelligence was of he observed that there were cer- choos Is a matter of rst import- P -
1ImpOrtance for planning tain slips recording trips which schls This aim canter o nly be iL Ar*- TH SOU TMRN PR T
Orlttions which will fol- had not been entered in the time h a n o L11111 AND BOOKSO
Ot of Germany that book as customary. achieved by the rs by the pa with tred Pote-a-Perre Road
'Of the Ministry of Econo- The other accused are Haniff the right set of th by the lue20 Potte-a-Poerre Road, Ia
.concerned with what Mohammed, Amjid Mohammed, authority most competent to decide function monthly baoPernando s Prince Town.
On In enemy territory cashiers; James Thong, Edgar wlt,'t is the right set of teachers. -"should try Lydia 2. Pinkham
4I4trolled by the Foreign Thong, Sogrim Narine and i1- The churches are, in my mind, the Vegetable Iompound to relieve such
Sdial, time checkers, only competent authority, sns MNATR it i aso a Wam Ito. F ,
name is Enemy Mr. Gaston Johnston, K.C., Mr. The personnel of the staff stands chlotonleirollow labe diro.
nOfilce Ministry of H. 0. B. Wooding and Mr. Rt. Arch- at the heart of every Church school. in.Wrh s.07
W are. Lord Selborne bald appear on behalf of the de- n religion cannot be taught, A LL ag a DI`
the vital importance of fence, while Mr. C. T. W. E. as geography' Is and arithmetic is. n't see a sub-. a d thent-wih-- I
blockade of Germany Worrell, Acng Solicitor-General, "Religion is caught not taught," statute f Lydia L Pink 's
Stmanpo-'er was Ger- Is conducting the case for the and if a teacher is not himself im- Vegetable Comp"out d L ss eL n w, Dr. Chase's a
weakness. Today Crown. bued with Church principles nor __JDr. Chan's ___._____
Rlln more German men, sympathetic to them, his influence t original and genuine
than in the last war T on the children will not be that -----
on the land. But la dcsircd by the Church.
blcaethese workers Cao ut'Ph n
hLs making mworkerns PhI reiterate if you teke the power t
a lftog eh Mern R t Re ed of appointments away :rom the F L
that altogether ates euse hrches you do undermine the very
o runners between The charge for the telephone fundamentals of denomlnatlor'l FS
E-day except for vce ato the igo Martn Puscingo be tantamount to saying to the ________- h
the trafc had pChurches "hand your schools over .. .
carto oestry phones, Ltd. (Amendment) Ordi- to u. This resolution wift take
BH L6 tons of rubber, sance and the schedule of from the churches the last vestige RINDUSTAN SUGAR FACTORY
Tingeten and ',000 charges therein, is to remain as of Influence and authority.
_.' __a __ oilst 15. And so, though I would desire _e-
Information to this effect Is con- not to oppose Government nor to and 418 Aeres of Fertile Lands
UW I4N ELECTED tained in a letter from the corn- obstruct the Director in his work of
I Boar d yesterday pany's secretary in which regret reformation and reconstruction in
.H,. Swanr to of their iabili to agree to reduc- matters educational, I cannot accept Any offers or inquiries must be addressed tr
seacyontheir Secondar y tion in the charge for the telephone a resolution which will certainly A are
i c service Is expressed, nullify a that the churches hver D.A. Laurie, Hindustan Estate, Prices
the motion of Mr. the General Purposes Committee urge rathf the et,^ing to the Town
KBmoosdo b the nof teCity CouncO tomorrow aftr- ure aher the retiing tof lthe Town.
NC~nh te o th Ciy ConoUtomrro afer-churches of the right of appoint-
Teelucicsln g. noon. _________- meant which they now possess, for
Hs gu l ss the exercise of their Influence and N.$.-YtlU be particularly Interested In any eff t-e ,
P authority in their own schools.
,_____________- OMevement atd/er any ef the Trade or Labour Unems.
S ecial Students Th________ Ti

Suggestion by Mr. Ernst Quin-
Ia'* v ji V ~ an that specIal year students at V
the training college who failed to IIn*
pass the eanh, natli should .be wl V 1.
given an oppor tunity to tr will.
was adopted yesterday by the Edu- Pa
Bcation Board. / <
] Mr. Quina'. suggeston u tae I 9(u( b
I ong the train ng eLloes f4lwaus (Remember
R repora OB th rtt*olee. *- .o,*. .._

SKOnly Rtwo of the pee.l year th- -at
dt failed to pas theme examin- or@ a
to"W* have our reports en tOe eMPIRE DlAYd
C AIRS training colleges and those have Bab* r
CHAIRS been sent to you," Mr. Robert Gm
Patrick, the Director of Education,
C said in introducing the report. Trol
FCANVAS FOLDING CHAIRS coryd. stifactory rerou e, tAt of the THE
special year students all but two
passed the examiana succes- COUNTR
O --*- fully. The number of students C U I 1
^ ^ ^p--COUNTRY CLUB go
.. MR. QUrLAN, I should ke toi .
ask if the studmts that have
* failed ite s cal year wil h-1 p*. aa
to= 'W"aint wleh ,mde t mt. "'A O I
S{ T DIBROR: Theregut _-
"s tnfa wa. *at surf to malt Ur --- tlms
Art-f sepecal y stodst but I ma
rno eso Why we sholdne
give them an eptuwft~ S~to~
\LMILER S' *o" maSval"sic.M
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Talk Of Trinidad
sv us sumS~m gus
'JIM =C"==T Mtkg Oserni geto a eooktl pSaty
a. n dOa even at hi b th*a IoWItawmt O the g .ts:
T M CW J dtWice and MW hat l. tear-Adminral 0. R Unt.
I JL gtaM. Brtwdier 8toks-Robertos, the HonVbl Errol do* Snto
Mo amr. ed Unta: Capt. B radwM General Boltno, Mr. RoSa,
Oua1d f Venestuela and Mrs. Rojas; Mr. Lavrador, Consul fee
SL ad Mrs lAwdor; Mr. Claud Hall, Jnr.. American Conu
K MrS. HBal: Mr. A. Navarro, Consul for Ouatemala, and Mn.
)tXto; Dr. Lyon. Peruvian Consul, and Mrs. Lyon; Colonel Wener.
M. IL. J. Ma&den and Mis M agden, Dr. Pound. Capt. and Mra.
pMtk@, Commander Mlner-Barry, Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Williams, Mr.
and Mr*s. 0. T. Faulkner, Capt. and Mrs. Wilfred Alston. colonel
Sfyret. Dr. Norman Maclennan. Sir Rupert-Briercliffe, Mr. Justice
bIlant and Mr. Perowne.
SIR G oATTA'N and LADY BUSHE had the opportunity o1 seeing
many places of interest during their recent stay at Governlent
On Friday morning., accompanied by Mr. Perrin, Labour
Comilssolner of Barbaoa, and Lleut. H. Clarke, they went to the
Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture m St. Augustine and were
toducted over it by Mr. 0. T. FaRulkner, the Principal, who was sc-
eompeaied by Mrs. Faulkner.
The ame afternoon they visited Mount St. Benedict, where they
had te ,and sw the chtpel, and were greatly Impressed by ts beau-
tful strroundlngs of the monastery.
TTNI the patronage of His Excellency Uthe Acting Governor, the
u committee of the Trinidad Auxiliarv of the British and c'reign
lBible Society will hold their 107th annual meeting at the Oloue
Theatre. Port-oi-Spain, on Tuesday, Ma) 16. at 830 pm.
The speaker will be the Rev. J. C. MacDonald, and by courtesy of
the local distributors the filmrn "Abe Lincoln" wll be shown
There will be no entrance fee. but at s ilver ro:i-fclon will be taken
tn aid of the soclet.y's funds. Admiis.on wil; be by invitation only.
SIR RUtIP T BRIERcOUYF Medical Adviser to the Comptroller
for Deelopltent and Welfare In the West Indies, and Mr. J.
pwrowne. who is on a tour of South Amnerinc.ra and who had been guests
of His Excellency the Acting Governor for a few days. left by air
yesterday morning.
1IR. ANDRW C. IERSEY. ,radt rep, --entaW :ve for the Province of
Quebec, returned from Barbadoa on Saturday and I leaving *this
morning for the United States via Jamaica an:,d :ie BAhamas.
a *
AMERCAN o0:dllrs staloned In Tobago celebrated the first anni.
'* s rr of their .<%a7 'hevre by h idinz n dL-erM and dance witl
a floor shiw at tie Ho'el Rob"non Crr.mioe on Fr!aAv n:ght. Members
of the forces w-re in attendance as w;: aal' n o!rs ,cf "hie Fieet Air
Among loral rpole preent were Mr. T C crnambrida'. Mr Kurt
lothnafei. Mus Wanda Nnthnagel. Dr and%. M,- Aiec Reece, Mr.
Waltr Me nde. Mr and M.-. lnak'l Cl ;-*.e s ;i: M.N, Carke: Mrs.
Lameste. Mr. and Mrs E. B, Workman, A.oM-S,;p. and Mrs J. Reid.
Mr. and Mrs Albert de GOannes, Mr. Gera4'd MUrray, Dr. Stanley
BUbop and Major 0. Uldde.nw,
A CROWD of ;an e'mand., Ma' .'F'.. ,-rs!.,::"d ari'.rt in the
OoCe Street C.tC S'enool ert',rc :,-i ." m a,,. o t' wa:ch a ha'f
W prettily drea.ked ia'ec.m rt't.' ,''r. ;i n" '."'!:', in and
out iamon an ql's: nmrnbe: r of ;>*.'n3i:' t:. n "e So g'psy
aers played on guitar,
Tre mayple a m* T'r.',r' ne^Ar" s D "*e '-;n.:'s'-n ar'.cttons .
MsArd br the suitamac:'.a- Y5l. p .
Titekbd a&MST in t'he -' r-e. :x .* ..": 'e -.t'v
snta( I ejl' rWith Cty, rt:; r "'a,. rn '- '. and
IWB mmxidhand bmio a"d Tr A..':"'
A!IwuhOn :,'. weather vs., c';:k,. ,' dw. '';*'-n -.he .npm;*
4 'tcree Venm sitne the Ii:- W'
rihafo Of the XAT bV f, C. ;!> -T <*rP7,4 'I; wV&<
1* wifllr arid %-s %'.' s:d '. Q .. '.
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NUMo tUSd by able that udoof trWMny. the noted
v p is who because o( lnOtis had oepo.ed his South
AWMiS t" wwig be BTllaMe for hA Th'ni'd ror".r.'-<: mornth
la. and boocAl13 for :w- n- ::.r. a lat... .."n.
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V the door In'.1tatlor. are a'.iiihe n. ',.. ...- di..,e .i~ier-
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Red Cramo

Tests Held
MWBS U& Sod Onngq
South -ta wmhli

Saturday aftftnomi by JM rta

Mo Dt. Xd. ra *J S.vra -t ii-
RWa*sb. ,Vice-President Mrs l
C. hrobeon t of .thes' n ien
Lady Superintendent. Tau oetaI-
ments were drawn up In tormatil l
at the Drill Hall when the a pee-
/ton pertyin wrr e D a Mrch. ii -i
past Wow. the s t being tio
en by Mr. Vmlyn.
/ he detachments were then pul
ahroug a test, and questAonsM were
asked by Dr. Boucaud. Dr. and'---a m --b86-Pb ef --

and were pleased with the display Apl 321. As nBkApparem to [
of eta g Threnm hS [
Among those present to witness
the inspection were Dr, and Mrs. ,ta-k. n a Ny WJ dutiU
Urich, Mr. H. D. Pletcher, the In eepinc th T riid troumIl
Rev. and Mrs. V. B. Walls, Capt. uI
and Mrs. Laurie Tretrail, Mr. 1___ooro
[eorhe Nixon. the M Misses Barnes,

ad, Mrs. Ho. 0.noh BanksU, Mr. Lctr tY.CA on tm
Mr. R. J. Covey, and Mr. pSmith. ] Tod aysr y
On Sunday morning the Red D a. r
Cross detachments oin gathered[_..tce at 5 the Trinidad Country
It the Drill Hall and led by Dr Club. d
Peter Rostant marched In f ne
style to the Ton s"eill where His Tomorrow
Worship the Mayor of san Pernan- [
do, the Hon. Timothy Roodr. took Lecture at Y.W.C.A. on "StamP
the salute. Collecting," by Capt. Thorne, 8.30ll
The Mayor. who was supported p inm.
be the Southern d vision Quarter- A T C dance at Waller ieldw a
master Mrsb. L tC. C. Hobson andg op' in
the Lady Superintendent, miss
Seymour. then inspected the de- FA
tachments and made a speech in Barley Is Nourishing
which he complimented them on w
their extremely snftrt appearance Barley water Is exclionaiyL
and stressed the need for continued noureishing and is used textnively
effort because future needs would for invalids and children, bit now i
undoubtedly be greater than thoi you will want to know how. te a e- b-
In the lt t pare it, so that you may derive toe I
There wa'- a big .rowd present. greatest benefit from its use:
who were a!l m ch impressed by Barl waterr will not keel d and
Phevenn display. I omust be made fresh each day. t:
,h i splay.Wash in cold water one table-

;'n~~d ihvsin! proe dw hudb'oewi e tllh*able-
Tne members of the detachments Ispoonful of pearl barley. Add one t
then went to heir own hemurches int of water, and bring to M.the boi. i
to oherve 'h.h 4 a d al world-wide l rcw away the liquid. Now add I-
e.iv of nraer for the British Redone quart of cold water, and bo;i 5
.CromS, & .Radiotillhe uantlt, Is reduced to one, I
and a half pints. Strain oefore I
It hmake.s a pleasanter drink when I
Prevent Colds In Dogs lemon-Juice is added to the bafav
Sweater. and incases of bladder Rn Is
To present d, s f rom catching kidnev dishes is necessary Tha U
-).'d they shtw d be ruobed down should b, done while stillshot and Ia
after wet If thev have v in ,!he proportion of the juice )f i L
throa:.. or cnr s,'.g rub there halna!f a lemon and one table,%poonful I-
:inmpen- and .e* -hen, wear a fIar-! of s,-mar to each pint of barley I-
nei bAndace for a while. 'water. I

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Wednesday, May 10
CiraMd Swek~fta
*AsPt Ai .

Sgooa" Good &"do

PALACE-San Fernando
TODAY at 5 & 8.30 p.m.
Columbia's Huge Double:-
"CONGA SWING" tAnn Mier) &
AT DAWN" (Paul Muni)

Housing Problem

Empty Cottage-O'Connor
Street .............. Cheap
51 De Verteun Street,
18 Queen's Park Eait, 'Best
location ........ Expensive
Island Home, "Gas-
paree" ............ Bargain
7 New Brand Bungalows,
"Maraval"-real beau-
ties (empty)-
Prices on application.
q New Vacant Cottage-3,
Alberto Street ., Best offer,
Methuen Street-posses-
slon ............. $12,000
ft Saddle Road-vacant $13,00o
20 De Verteuil Street-.
Rental, $30.80 ...... $8,500
30 Boisslere Village-
Rental $23.00 ..... $350
SChaguanas, Cottage at
S corner Greaves and
Laing Street. Bar-
gain ............... $2.000
St. Augustine, Cottage,
'vans and Bushe Sts.
Possession .......... $12 000
13 Albert Lane, Upper
Belmont Valley Road
S-Possession ........ $2,800
7 Cumberbatch Lane.
ip. St. Francols Val-
ley Road .......... $5,300
20 Roberts Street .... $5200
90 Eastern Main Road $2,800
59 prince Street, Busi-
ess Premises-poea-
session ........Best Offer
27 St. George Terrace
-new. empty ....... $4.200
12 Knights Bridge, Cas-
ceade. new, vacant ... $12.50
Natate with quarry lands
-La-Canoa--23 acres. -
very Cheap.
Mount F rfan Dairy--
complete .......... t
9O Saddle Road-Poe-
session, near Golf
"ourse ............ 14,000
Building Site with
house, Petite Valley
S(near Garden City
SFarm) approm. 1 acre (4.00

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W .B.-nI yoe desire to aell
q your rpet qtde~iy, eallI
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of Burlesque
TODAY, 4.45 aMd 5.45-.
1. Immortal Sergeant ti
2. Marriage On Ice
2. When Thief
Meets Thief
GAIETY-San F'do.
TODAY. 5 and .30-"
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1.K4 of she
Texas Rangers
2. Youth On Parade i a
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with Gary Cepor, Jean Lesle "SHADOW

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EMPIRiE-Sa. Feri
TODAy at 5 & 8.45 p.m.
(Dennls Morgua and Irenn Ma-a
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NEW-San Fermf
TODAY at 5 & s.30 p.m.
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irOf Education Plan


I a


m'ary Country Schools

*I -tr*. the Dretwr of mducaton disclosed yesterday
W ea plan which prowaes traf the stabsAshment
dy makeha i outlyitn distrts o the Colony.


i'sKeOdary school

wd hay
b^ ite UNh-
e~iytece o rmetm
^ gibeo Cer'tlicate.
hO thought the
3|r te atedardof
kS~if. He though
jate time must
SBoard seriously
I Wpplcatlo for, affi-
l Deputy DI-

Sth services, aid
O herda oToeru of
t cha te his mdraind
Division of those Colony,
Saer supply nfunatels- n

*s no secondary school
in there were no
=oots and he thoughtrines

very great deal of
at to parents and
iseffort were made to
Sclsaired that onapart

ot athon questioned
tbhe Intended anlto
ypthy on.
but he was afraid

be hagan said that
io change his tind.

S of the obrvolony,-
e unfght it brought
Is no secondary school

it for e San Fernando
ipan there were no

a kind in thougse htas.
Uld be very great deal fcut
it to preach thes and
sd r dher we wonder to
ducad that al Depart

not think of supply-
ded In many centres.
snwwhat pans were
iBtaticon qunetion but he
Mdbe inadvisable to

F&Athat that was a
the country dis-ght t
jiueof the observa-
,o thought it brought
Wity for establishing
It kind in those areas.
iOmad be very difficult
gggrrise to reach the
Widud he wondered
E education Depart-
not think of supply-
Mds In many centres.
know what plans were
bat connection but he
my that that was a
tn the country dis-

Bince you
Point I would like
at the present time
& a scheme connect-
i school requirements,
Sthe features of the
so much the supply
schools but the supply
s schools for outly-
t time we have
where the schools
San Juan, Tuna-
H Fernando. My pro-
i instead of putting up
School a school of
typ- we should put
1for post-primary
the School Certificate
OTOR: That is a mat-
4lad to hear your ob-
Sthat. I quite agree
W| ld be much more ad-
vM to the system as a
Mf1 s development were
*tiui of evolution, and I
obvious thing would be
of central schools
S these central schools
I71O R: One of the
lw have recently started is
N atIn classes and you
Jtyd know that the ordl-
of schools is not al-
s ultable in the way of
aad equipment, and If we
t central schools of the
thinking of they could
Sas educational centres,
poet-primary work and
adult class work.
.to Mr. Quinlan, the Di-
he did not consider the
t for affiliation at the
it time.

ol Gardens
ify Judges
i!g Patrick, the Director
Told the Education
/ a very satisfactory
IAs reached In the 1943
alen competition when
ed the report on the
at yesterday's meet-
AIctor stated that copies
i t on the school garden
in M OC 1943 had been circu-
Sdrew attention of the
the tact that IS more
for prizes this
a st year.
taken part in the final
was very pleased with
saw. He was of the
a great deal still re-
,be done In the way of
wenilng, but on the whole
.5 '--actory standard had



Sbe cured
IB? ou'ro of men amd
tufrf w aWful "ay day
0eO.Ae of pile trouble,
Snow that every chem-
I&ella rmnedur that
7*^ly and quickly baaL
iser of this wretched
a"om"dant of your chem-
i about Man Zan Pile
a will tell you this is
eOltmenLt but a oouth.
rO strengthening, balm
atr ap the intesM irri-
elue away intermai,.
or bleedig pilge.
I tube In which Man
t akes. tis preparatlon
Ols nto use. The big
ft special appliataLr,
toAienat to clear away
SitW case.
otte name of this spe-
I c pile trouble.-




Food Drive

Starts Today
Mr. Harold Neal Fahey, Control-
ler of Local Food Production, will
offcially launch this year's food
production campaign today when he
address a mass meeting at the
Chiguanas Courthouse under the
spices of the Chaguanas District
Agricultural Society of which Mr.
M. D'Abadle, Assistant Warden,
County Caronl. is president.
Mr. Fahny will make a aspecIal
appeal to cane farmers in the area,
to co-operate with his department
by interplanting their cane with
food rops particularly corn and
sweet potatoes.
Supporting Mr. Fahey on the
platform will be Mr. W. Andrew
oe, Agricultural Technologist. Mr.
C. H. Von Deeble of the Food
Control Department, will also ad-
dress the gathering.
On Friday next at 7.30 pjn. the
second of these meetings will be
held at the Tacarigua C.M. School
under the aupices of the Tacarigua
Garden Club of which Mr. A. C.
Belly is president. Mr. R. D'Abadle,
Assistant Warden. County St.
Oeorge, will preside, and Mr. R. 0.
Montserin of the Department of
Agrculture and two officers of the
the Food Control Department will
be speakers on this occasion.
Next week will see meetings at
Princes Town, Toco and Sangre
Orande, on Monday. Wednesday
and Friday respectively.
Mr. Fahey. who is patron of the
Savanna Orande District Agricul-
tural Society, will again be the
speaker at Princes Town on Monday
when Mr. A. J. Bernard, president
of the society and Warden County
Victoria and St. Patrick, will pre-
The Local Food Production De-
partment also announces that there
isa limited supply of cassava sticks
available for free distribution to
any person calling at the Food Con-
trol Office, 7 St. Vincent Street,
between the hours of 8.30 a.m. from
May 10.

Campaign Against
Bicycle Thieves
Trinidad Guardian Correspondent.
Fernando detectives have started a
campaign in connection with bicy-
cle stealing in South Trinidad.
During the last few days they
recovered several bicycles reported
stolen and effected a number of

Four Bills For
First Reading
Relef from payment of e-
tate and sueessilt duties D
the caue of person kiled In
the war is Proposed Ia oe of
four Bills commning up for Brat
reading in the Legislative Coun-
cil on Friday.
Modification of the applica-
tion of the Rent Restriction
Ordinance In the ease of oer-
tam short tenancies and
amendment of th- Police Ordi-
nane and of the Provident
Fund Ordinance are proposed
In the the other BD"

Owner Fined

For Building

Law Breach
James Wilkes, who erected a
house at 100 St. Vincent street
without permission of the City
Engineer, was yesterday fined $N
or three months by Mr. B. W. Celes-
tain in the Second Police Court.
Mr. Murchison Rigsby, Deputy
Town Clerk, prosecuted on behalfU
ol the Corporation.
Clement Lawrence pleaded guilty
to an accusation of attempting to
take money out of the Colony with-
out permission, and was fined $10
by Mr. A. J. Hamilton in the First
Police Court.
Lawrence was found in possession
of $68.87 as he was about to leave
the Colony.
Errol Murray was yesterday sen-
tenced to six months' imprison-
ment by Mr. B. W. Celectain In
the Second Police Court for asaumlt-
ing and beating Octavia Percell.
Convicted on an accusation of
Importuning passengers for an Im-
moral purpose William Jones was
sent to prison for six months by
Mr. A. J. Hamilton.

Airways Subsidy
Approval Sought
Vote of $480 as contribution by
Trinidad in respect of membership
of the British Empire Parliamen-
tary Association for 1944 is In-
cluded in supplementary estimates
totalling $115,144 which the Legis-
lative Council will be asked to ap-
prove at Its meeting on Friday.
The sum of $1,511 is listed as be-
ing required to defray expenses In
connection with the visit of the
Social Welfare Officer to Jamaica
last year. as well as the lost of
sending the three Trinidad students
who took a 3-month course of in-
struction in social welfare con-
ducted there from November last
to February this year.
Construction of depots, purchase
and installation of refrigerating
units and boxes, provision of sala-

be hU At Empir rles for staff, and other expenses
Oeh At Empire in connection with a scheme for the
Tw c To a marketing of fth call, according to
wi the estimates, for fn expenditure of
1 Tod-C U ay $23,660, while $I0,000 will be sought
"Obean," drama written by Mr. for payment of quarterly b es
A. R. Roberts, local playwright, to the British West Indies Airways
will be presented in two shows ov Ltd.
the Nelsonian Players from the "-
Empire Theatre stage today.
Both shows-a matinee at 4.30 Celebrations Fixed
p.m. tor school children and the tio Fi
other starting at 8.30 p.m. for adults
are under the patronage of For Moters Day
His Worship the Mayor of Port-of-
Opain, His Grace the Archbishop of A special meeting to be held by
Port-of-pain, and His Honour, the the intermediate section of the
Chief Justice of Trinidad. Hanover Methodist Church Wesley
The Blind Students' orchestra, it Guild in the Moulton Hall at 7.30
is understood, will supply music for o'clock tomorrow night, at which
the matinee show while Payne's or-Miss Haslam of the Y.W.C.A. will
chestra will play In the night,. preside and to which mothers are
-- = -- specially invited will form part of
Bookings Open For the Mothers' Day celebrations to
be held throughout Trinidad and
Calypso Revue Tobago.
Booking for "Land of the Calyp- Another public meeting In the
so," musical revue bpsed on Trini- city for workers will be held at
dad's Carnival, opens today at 8 p.m. at the Prince's Building at
Davldson and Todd. which Mrs. Brigadier J. Austin will
The performance, which is being preside. Speakers here will include
held under the patronage of His the Rev. Canon J. D. Ramkeesoon
excellency the Acting Gcvernor,and Dr. Caroline Ramcssar. A
is in aid of the Win The War As- short musical programme will be
sociatlon's War Welfare Fund, and rendered.
the American Red Cross, opens at In San Fernando the Southern
the Empire Theatre on Tuesday, branch of the Coterie of Social
May 16, at 8.30 p.m. Workers, of which Mrs. R. M.
-'4-- Scott Is president, will be holding a
INDIA CLUB OFFICERS meeting at Victoria Hall.
The following officers were elect- At this meeting which begins at
ed at the general annual meeting 7.30 o'clock, Mrs. H. F. Kemp will
of the India Club held on Satur- preside and there will be addresses
day:- ard community singing, as well as
Mr. Adrian C. Rienzt (re-elected) distribution of gifts among mothers.
President; Mr. Alfred J. Moham- As customary addresses will be
mead (re-elected) and Mr. Cyril E. delivered in all schools, where suit-
Sirjoo (replacing Mr. Isaac Kays- able programmes will be rendered,
tall), vice-presidents; Mr. George and carnations-the emblem of the
B. Harris (replacing Mr. Gordon day-will be on sale.
R. Seemungal), honorary secretary;
Miss Grace 0. Suratall (re-elected) WSelSI
Mrs. Minnie Mahabir, Mr. Edward
J. Pillal, Mr. Isaac Hayatall, Mr.
Samuel M. Rameahwar, Mr. Har-
old T. Rajnauth and Mr. Jang Ba- > J
thadoort ngh were elected to thi __.

14 High Street, Son F'do., 1
on Monday, May 15th, 1944 The misty softness of
AT 7.3' P.M. SHARP these powder shades gives l
-- your skin a new look! A
Following instructions received delicately transparent
from Mrs. Hussy, Mrs. Freakly, glow. ;. exquisite;s :
Messrs. Lovell. Date and Morgan, I tender butradians t
will 11l by Auction at my Auction tender but rdi
Mart, on Monday, May 15. at 730 alive! And beautifully
p.m., Wardrobes, Dressing Tables, smoother.
Bureaux, Morris Suites, Dining, Pond's Dreamflower
Tables. Dining Chairs. China Cab- a e at
iet., Shifferobe, Meat Sale, Bent- : powder shades-so dwet
wood Chairs, carpets, Sideboards. from heavy, chaky, topiary
Canadian Chairs, 4' 6". Simmos powders-make e im leek f
Be Spring and Beauty-resL u never "owr" es' fadeL.
Mattress. 'Simmons Bed and teefraU, sweetmew Dre lo
Spring. Washstands. Framed Mir- te a sweet new Dreas
rors, Writing Desks. Go-Cart. laav shades soon
Pens& 7-Tube Phillips Radio. O..
Refrigerator, Medium-simed Cab-
inet. Singer Hand Machine. Singer
Foot Machine. Electric Reading
Lamp. Electric Fans. Toy Car.
Press, Water Hose. complete 3et
Tools for Oarage. Electric Slove.;
Perfection Stove and Oven. Versa.
dah Set. Radio Pick-Up. Dining
Met. Crockery. Silvers.
10ems on view prior to day of

P.S-ADAMS t 0 f t AnJermemu
isl~se at the DeW BaIll f 'r
J11 laKt left In fin 9

S ra m<

Big Military Show Marks

Recruiting Drive In South

Trinlam GWardia Ceafepeimamt.
AN FP NANMDO. May undfedt of men, women add child-
ren turned oat her this afternoon to we members of the First Trinidad
Battalion parade with the band of the Third Battalon through the
principal streets of 8 Feronando on the occasion of a reoruiUt drive.

SUtrrin appeals to all able bodied
men to Join up were made by
the Hone Theolthy Rooal. Mayor
of Ban en faio; Colonel Mercer
Commanding Ceer of the Bat-
tbulon; Colonel J. W. Rochford, M.C.,
a veteran of ne last Great War,
and Captain J. 0. Mackie, Re-
cruiting Officer. An appeal to the
young ladlea to Join the A.TS. was
also made.
After the parade the Mayor took
the salute In front of the Town
Hall. la the presmnne of Colonel
Two despatch riders headed the
parade which was under command
of Captain L. A. Seller. They were
followed by the band. Then came
the signal section equipped with
both the new short range wireless
transmitters and flag sigallers
followed by a Commando detach-
ment equipped for Jungle warfare.
Behind were the infantry platoons
wearing the everyday fighting
equipment. Then came the ma-
chine gun truck as used for static
defence, then the anti-aircraft gun
as used by the Royal Artillery, then
the two-inch mortar section fol-
lowed by several of the typical
troop carrying vehicles and the
military ambulance.
All the troops apart from the
band and anti-aircraft crew were
from the First Battalion.
"Never before have the Inhabi-
tants of San Fernando had the pri-
vilege and pleasure of witnessing
so grand a military display," said
the Mayor in addressing the big
Remarking that he saw In the
demonstration evidence of the
Colony's preparedness, Mr. Roodal
went on to offer to Colonel Mer-
cer San Fernando's high apprecia-
tion of the distinguished service he
had rendered the community. He
also congratulated the men under
Colonel Mercer's command, con-
tinuing, Mr. Roodal paid tribute to
Colonel John Rochford, M.C., and
other Trinidad veterans of World
War I, in whom he told the men
they had a noble example and a
great tradition of service to their
"This demonstration is silently
but eloquently calling the young
men of San Fernando to duty," Mr.
Roodal went on. It was a duty, he
declared, which they all owed
to King, country and home, and
he had no doubt they would obey
the call.
Turning to the young men aier
giving a picture of Nazi cruelty In
occupied countries Mr. Roodal
said. "I appeal to you in the name
of civilisation, Christianity, and
humanity, to register your names
today in the fight for right against
Replying. Colonel Mercer acknow-
ledged the tribute paid to the Trini-
dad troops and himself and he
complimented the men on their
smart turnout for parade.
Continuing, he said a large num-
ber of men had been sent overseas
and had left a large hole in the
ranks which they wanted to fill.
After dealing at some length with
facilities for training and comrade-
ship which the Army offered, Col-
onel Mercer paid tribute to the
A.T.S. for the valuable work they
were doing all over the wolid in
releasing able bodied men for the
fighting forces, and he appealed to
the young ladies of San Fernando
to .loin that service.
Colonel Rochford, who was fol-
lowed by Captain Mackie in the
recruiting appeal, told the assembly
that the most noble duty a man
could perform was to fight for his
king and his country.

Bible Society Meet
His Excellency, the Hon'ble A. B.
Wright, Acting Governor, is to pre-
side over the 107th annual meeting
of the Trinidad branch of the Bri-
tish and Foreign Bible Society in
Trinidad in respect of membership
8.30 p.m. on Tuesday, May 16.
Feature address for the occasion
will be by the Rev. J. C. MacDon-
By courtesy of RKO Radio Pic-
tures the film "Abe Lincoln" will be
shown. Admission by tickets only
and a silver collection will be taken
in aid of the Society's funds.
Trinidad Guardian Correspondemit
dool Rahamin, 24, of St. Charles
Village, sustained a fracture of the
left arm in a fall from a engine st
Ste. Madeleine yest-rday. He is
warded at the hospital here for

B.G. Court Told
Of Flour Racket
Allegation that there was a flour
racket going on in British Guiana
was made ty a police prosecutor In
one of the City Magistrates' Courts
there last Friday, according to a
news broadcast over ZFY
"Flour Is being shifted illegally
from one place to another and as a
result there is an unofficial short-
age," the prosecutor was said to
have told the magistrate.
Pointing out "we are not getting
enough flour." he asked the Court
to take a serious view of the case
of Edmund Lovell, a Georgetown
shopkeeper, who was charged with
failing to keep a record and In-
formation of his normal stocks of
Lovell was fined $25.
A 4i .lal meeting of the Indian
Recreation Club will be held at the
clubrooms, No. 76, Pembroke Street.
at 7 pmn. today.

can ensure healthy regularity which is
essential to physical and mental fitness.
The easy and pleasant way to be sure
of Inner Cleanliness is by taking a
regular glass of sparkling Andrews
-it cleanses, cools, refreshes and
PIRST..Andrews cleans and refreshes
the mouth and tongue.
NEXT.. Andrews setties the stomach
and corrects acidity.
THEN.. Andrews tones up the liver
and checks blliousnes.
FINALLY.. To complete your Inner
Cleanliness, Andrew s gently clear
the bowels. It swoops away trouble.
making poisons, corrects Constipl-
dlon, purifies and cools the blood.
For inner Cleanilnes
e regular with your


"AMhI awerm

(eW aR"y Tr-a)
an~t d | /tdm

(Fer all sate, ekbrole ad
Malgasat eases *f 3D.b
M"Vans a" *f ftf
Abennesi, V1001% KMM%
Cu. Wosude. etc.I
Fresh Supplles at the above
preparations have been received
and are on sale at your Drug

Nagib ElUas & Sos
Alma Deot.
K, M A A, harlett Utreei.


Not Try

The Sales


near T.G.R.

There you would get
just what you are
looking for and can't

For we make it our
business to collect
rare finds, even
Souvenirs & Antiques
--and -
(I. L. Whiteman)

I OR INFANTS will bring up
your baby healthy and happy.
Noq. I and 2 Milk Foods are
used up to six months of age
and are almost exactly like
mother's milk. No. 3 Malted
1-food. used from sis months
upwards, prepares bahy's
digestion for solid loodi. All
these Foods contain plenty of'
Vitamin D to ensure perfect
Bones and teeth.
F R E: F W ..A--...l.,,t.. ,,.
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W rit e o SPtl.l rprentume, 1. i [il21.
P.O. B,% ,l,, I,.- b Srs .I .f.,l ponr.
crd ,Ill do) enad the bok ,Ill be ..n, tv Fe
vllldtO oblmlgt .


aOWN FLx *Z ioa
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Like handling delicate surgical instru.
meats-writing calls for mastery of
touch. And this the perfectly poised
Parker Vacumatic Pen brings to your
every writing task.
' The atin-smooth point of costly os.
Smiridium starts on contact. Ef fortlesly
it glides over the paper to give you a new
impression of writing ease.
The Vacumauc's translucemnt bo l as.
sures full visibility of the era-large ink
See the Parker VacumaW The ime
Diamoand on thw l dip ii w pmg u
ateforl fel,

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* ,it is because of today's wae
time conditions.
We are doing our best to
keep ,ll dealers supplied with
Listerine Tooth Paste, becasm
we know how much you appre-
clate the cleansing qualities of
this finer dentifrice. Plese bear
with us and remember that if
you are unable to get your tube
of Listerine today-possibly
you can get it tomorrow.
So-every time you buy tooth
paste, ah for Listerine Tooth





A Superior Lot now

opened up. All Sizes.



75 Queen Street

11. FrelIer I8te .




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