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Title:
Trinidad guardian
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Description based on: 25th year, no. 7404 (Jan. 1. 1942).
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SBurma Bomb Damage In Berlin Soviets Bomb


Nazi Stores 8

ese.American 0C.Attack Seen As
r c wPenetrate Prelude To Fresh
iTerritory Red Army Drive
AS &IA COMMAND,
may is (Pem- By TOM YARUKOUG0
by 'OrzeitlLONDON. Way 13 (APi-The So-
and American viet High Command today annoti -
ih" Mogaung Valley in h sia wee at-
wast reported to- Jd that Russia bombers were at-
try groups, backed t Germen military AIn
and dive-oombers, 4ri mln stsatr ainas AM
enemy territory WAndAwes at ,augavpfle (Dyinsg)
tveran a l Iin Latvia and Tartu in t h renia, and S
paof thnee river ot er touched off violent explosions#nd u
'O ed Kaa tfae 1 firefs on Friday night Ina possibleF r
in "h s ector. A Jap- prelude to a fresh Red Army north. O
vwas beaten back with a m er offensive.
Veiy casualties. Fur .The German High Cornmand also
SheIndo-Bg m F barn- By eran t i n an to y
te still going on in -- indicated that Russian troops in
of the Imphal plain. 4Cat31 1 clmpanying this photo,. obtained from a Swedk force smashed across the Molaatvia LONDC
River, 80 miles inside Rumania, bis sour(
hng Calcutta iald DOW descrilbes It as a view Berlin bomb damage ln the when It told of fighting betweenBr so
fierce fighting was Aschaffenburrerstrasse. looking toward the Frager Plats in the whenitntoldiofsfightingubetweenBrittin,
the Bishenpur 6ec- souithern5 sectione hof iy ht'wa eevdinNwetb Rumanian soldiers and a full So-
A theilae oieao-se fro m n o ity cPhoto was reeiv no w York by vet rifle t division on the west bank la surr
S.village ihof Pots) ang-" 1 a (AP bob of that river, are near
o Allied troops as The Moldavl. s a western tri- eo
t." Fourteenth Army bTa ohef the is w Itr r- the comr
d to i established s e butary of the Siret, joining the an







Btopoanes whrye khepcate Inad b nar 10 w r c snctor thea east o bank.rln emsp
and western out- t U 1 larger river 35 os miles southwest of Reich Ar
Village. as Moscow never claimed cross- The la
area, southeast ofp L s tne 6 3 u s ing the Moldavia, but lest month ala has
apanese h-ee kept Iannounced the capture of Fltcenl the saurr
ebut unsuccess-M ored In b S inggr the easprvieontet bankthis sour
cthof he -ad run- e An expectant time of waiting for plate prm
'^ u. Ta o On Thursday bigger events prevailed on the east- ttve AOov
after wave of Japanese U I ern front, while the Russians fend- give a d
- de oen rone of there n M n ed offtheupstartof a German at- maners
bu they mad e no thc aerre tempt to spoil the Soviet spring- Germans
sufered heavy loahes, l in board on the west bank of therThe coA
sct north of I ram- I jI e t ai Dniester, northwest of OdesE. then for
pt to clear the .' .e- ,Ln RuEsians report asserted that en- General
8 ridges overlooking the my troops were striking northeast in any r
wof Chisinau in superior numbers It, is ur
e wasin the words LONDON, May i (AP)- Two thousand American against t h e nester bridgehead, but terms fo
oque, mainly sue d gema- Moscow's continued willlsgness tsat war
fr no outer-ttack Allied fighters pounded three Major targets in northern Germany to- to issue daily reports on that. action render"
ed. day asnd shot down 63 Nazi 'planes At a cost of 12 bombers and 10 indkioted its lack of a real threat., t ,
SR DANGER fighters. t ocI A ha Ne t Re
s rotching Chungking Some 750 Flying Fortroesses and _"_NO ESSENTIAL CHANGES saved it.
7:etan battlefront say ......-... Neither the Germans 'hor Rus- terms by
htingcontinued on Liberators made the attacks es- Finnish Press Publish sins mentioned the lower Dnieater many. I
fLoyang where, the comrted inland by nearly 1,.000 sector near Tiraspol where Berlin terms pr
e using 203h tanks in an Unithe tte s i gningarl 1, 0 Warning To Satellites previously declared the Russians army mu
S storm2 the city The Uied States Llghtnings, Mus-
storm the city. The g h t a r L NO, M (etr) bridgehead was erased and where ly lay d,
Sthe Chinese troops erein tangs and Thunderibolts and were LONDON, may (Reuter) Moscow said Gerfin couniter-at- last ulght
ashighly dAngerous covered In their t withdrawal by -The Allied warning to the tacks failed, the Allie
Z forces, striking across AXIS satellites to get out of th Moscow said no essential changes ticuirl
w River, 40 miles to the hundreds of R.A.F Mustangs. tooccurred on the long land ront. fearing t
p-al0ready cut the Loy,'ng (Robin Duff, the B.B.C. re- war now was published in full For some time German broadcasts might m
Jrailescape to the porter, was at one of the United this morning in the Finnish suggested that the RUSS',lns were Among
Japanese columns mounting another big-scale offen- Ing work
tr points even further States airfields here when the Press. Norman MacDonald, msie in northern Estonia where the man ter
railw ay. tired f1ars came back after ,BA.C. reporter in Stockholm, gie d i holr ston sa er t roh m t
Sagr gdoRed Army holds positons near trol of t
their 11-hour flight. These flirs said the warning had aroused Narva and opposite Latvia where Red Arm
W B aler e part of the force that widespread interest in political fthe Russians wrereported within naturally r
Ba l t bombed Poelits and they ran in- circles in Finland. So far there The Russians aid explosionhs and Theb h










to~ 0 1 A1M greatdea apof batel The0 Rus--ians---said--ex--losi------and The K
t great deal of bad weather tbeen egeW i flames enveloped T sbtantial part Sin is l
SU O their way out.'hey told IanI rf -A rende rt
Miff that over the targets there comment. "t "t of r fe r tor
13' s f u) bW r -sh w ere brea ksing lik e P,30 a Aht st bO w,4 following war o l
y !i f- Mar- were breaks in the clouds -- eFridaynight blow. Eleven ex- rapidly.
(Tito) declared in through which they dropped ploslons. one of them enormous, took bWcatise C
y en today that their bombs. Other fliers said A I place andthen fires were observed stn
were battling the the tremendous fighter escort did pplin e III L amid trains And stores ateTartu, 100 b ack 'to










h J p asu H t aidtransan *st"rers atte Tartt 100t back toe
the initiative in great Job warding off themissouth t of the Estonin London
-in Croatia and German fighter packs thatofT ln i n Au5 t esdo
The communique crowded the stogaky.] t h c J a p o allin;nnorh Gso mi e kv
of the Naples an- sy]eNew G uinea nota sto
ht the Partisans Had The American heavy bombers Trhe Germans still reported fight ee
otoffenive, struck deep into Germany again ing on Cape Khersones, west of Se-
of afenshoiesy m i s today. p ingo Mae aa ADVANCED ALLIED AD-vastopol in the Crimea, but the
authorities in today, pounding the a ilrcra QUARTERS IN NEW GUINEA, Russians said the last enemy em
e Army of liberation sembly plant t Tutow, raway May13 (AP)--General MacArthur's nants were wiped out on Fric'oiy. Pl
ttcks against various yards at Osnabruck and the syn- communique as:.. today that A ned l Reuter'sate that frontline By
Into Greece where thetic oil factory atu Poelit2 a om muniqe ". tIg
Were being haraee the a s ole c r uthe-m a ,soers rt heavily bombed Japanese despatches to the Russian news- BtEIRUT











Were en a rase the cesltes Allie rounontnte. .eustlnn a termang t lOt '*Leaders
clock tpre-invasiosll arn assault e and troop concentrations In paper, "Red Star." describe the Leadert
tn o t h r N e w o f thVfl h tian t egr o u p s g a
the communique moved into its fifth straight northernomer a nrdromena.ik Is last of the fighting in the Cri oups
orces had. "taken the week. ne air ro e on tra land wcmean peninsula where the Rt,'- on the 0
te n .Ehy il north of HJlandIa was s',,ns vesterdav wiped out the On GOvet
11their own hands." The Eighth U.S. Army Air hit twice by Liberators on Friday. ennso xsrssac west George F
d that Titros units were Force heaviest bombers made etise bale rouatorson Fro ia remnants of Axis resistancewest
aenovet g TfO'eoperations Gr n a tr their r ffmatter Biern the southern 1 oup, of Sevastopol. It was a scene of ship, if
.I oeatonin ra fmn thi en whri into er- Other planss hit Timor ,And complete rout. reached ,
the communique con- many this wek, while lighter Boeroe airdrome to the west. Demoralised Axis units had lost ing tol
comn i ca s e po n- Wcraft of the Allied Expeditionary Wewak was also attar ed. I l l cs.f isPremi
fighting was reporEed Air Force kept up the non-stop ,r all contact withe each otlr, of ret-
Ira of the front and hammering of such vital Installs- BOISTEROUS WIND l crs aindoned their men whole- ment-i-
in Lka heretheSTEOUS INDsal tryng o sve teirown ferred wi
ert Like t where the tions s8 railways and airfields se tyn t sv t
Sp etrted into liberated sprinkle behind Hitler's Atlantic LONDON, May 13 (Reuter's).- skins and escape in the ^ew ships mtnist P
_Wall after a eight In which the The weather report over the Straits lyin off shore and whole groups Ia group)
mainland was again attacked from tonight is: "Sudden change; bos- of the enemy tied white hand- headqutsr
o Hit both the west and the south terous wind approaching gale force kerchiefs to'th ir baonets and cedars ir
ifl Hi Between midnight and dusk, the at times, overcast skies." surrendered without fighting.1 where th
pB-Allies hurled approximately 4 000 o Mr. ly
[ held section of the continent daJt.on
W May 1 (Reuter's)- from Britain and Italy and they 'rtatte Ro undid Ua T o
tl forces a.* the Royal tSplateredan variety oftargets mAipw ud F or A ell esa" Invasion uay o ^1
ster successful brush with something like 6 ort 1s F A ll0 t II tionsItn
AiMY When they ran tons Of bombs.












Wudmnsrtdyetr ^h^mfl .A iSnES; orud For A ~llie s n Onas nU~ Invason D y s[-^dow
IM convoy off the French ht Germans
y Morning, Reuter's states that lagt nht ended, 1
YetQterday morning, They N.A.F. bombers kept up theirthended,
ft. Medium-sizd ship pounding of Germansthescon
he enveloped in flames, posdbpf ey li e ppy JAMES eLONGA do
Pd another by gunfire, with strong attacks at the rail- came herm
the et fire to one way yards at Louvain and LONDON. May 13 (AP) Hitler's high command told the German not sIlo
tey and asselt in Belgium. t was people today the Allies' May air blows foreshadow an Imminent inva- hotel, or
and heavily dam- the second successive night at- the deleg
The British ships tack on Louvain and some of $'on a toereifl eross-Channel onslaught which the Nazi Press
number of casual. the atm
ei onat utal the bombers that went there speculated would fall simultaneously with a new Russian offensive to cordiality
I dto hare our were from the Royal Canadian climax the Italian drivo and the Pth-hour ultimatum to Axis various
01,1Yo_______ Air Force. Fliers reported that had not
the Germans put up more fight- satellites. IAst w
ers than they had seen for some 'Inside Prance, the Nazis were re-.4- sentatives
Destroyer time and most of them seemed ported rushing finalpreparations,AForcest n
to have been concentrated reouisitioning all the remainingA A t rIstleJr
-Bo at round Hasselt. One pilot sad automobiles and speeding the would at
" tthe 'planes had to fight every "Rommel Plan" under which they
]le My 131 (Reutee's)-- selinch ofanthe waY.o,,n It is thr ntshe are expected to havevi. ul the! St.]D
~ide~troyzr, "ombat- HsetadLvinthat teentire male population of S an
strong force of Ger- Germans move their war mate- between the ages of 10 and IS in
p* In an early morning rial from the Ruhr into Del- concentration camps by 'D" Day toF d
say about 25 miles glum. Fourteen aircraft five Safeguard the German rear, F und
*1the Isle of Wight. An of tso .~ ma ., are miasman Noting that the Germsa Nigh
omait adta rm te nght'a opera'o Command mentioned the Int~els Further
Rli, during a i-risk so- which inclhded attacks on tar- for the first tim, the &e a ru
SE-b~t and dam- gets /In Fral'ce andj northwest agency, Trnoen, sai th AII' clal aPpe
r.The remainder of Germany and the usual mine- air assault "in the Briat days @1 The fu
!weescaped at high laying activities.) May must therefore be eqre a. the goa
rckescen oe TeU om is sad the first swallows of the isinu "thtft
picked up from the Th ..cmu~u adS- DN3. quoted Stockholm reports will be f
ndmade prisoners. vere wams~e caused to 5.11 sclbn the newesr Alled l 0 The la)
Sufere neiherfive sem ,ynthetic oil plnt to squeeze the satellilee out ofe olos
Suffemared eihron Friday by thre kihth Arfight as brinQ the dl followsy
P~~~aore., This was shown by Ptuw camps.... to sluma r5 o... Mr. A. I .
raSee New arapha taken during and atrdmf b dcsie Anlonytul
the bombing. A number of fires step." and saying this "foresad Mrs. J. I
0vgo epn adexplosions can be see on the' Soviet and BRitih.Aw~rtcan Often- T. Je
idWeapo Walvs.' Me.&
MAyl11 (AP).-- The At thre Brum plant in Osoeh Word from inside Prance hmdi-
invsrion weap n, odtead one of the ,,"..st cated that plmta n M, r. &
cethain enem In German-.eontrolled Europe, manpower mound-up to i-edu~e the
Sadesionrsrated wes t 's- see on dUlstllstc plantts, da behind the GOee55aa lili is qMa
Chm Ourrchiltete olrhm an e s to roun uw all men non-essentlal
Prim W, .e. toke. Hit were 'cre on many Frnc sot urce in tuo, said, 100'
AfiaU the 0*1_ refinery and ga ~1II lmbsd nteesw~~a
3n 5f l Ustpan WohfsMIl,. Fron

mUa did its job will 4 .. IuSaelmtd oae _


and then tir iOVC DUVs G anI -n aw -f Pwrt t=iams
mnt in for "ai. T idd. ,,n,,, ,,rBUYS I, ,.
Ste.^ t ^ K-i ^5 .2LTrini,"Ml.orn Doctor opi kg35L om ammSewS
.go.
Hart St. Propery Hoird I* U.& forv We
h-Afir Th "ttda Oafia" adf-Wr AnwU~ K. malmol~y. Toada. a*. ouE b8 u Lrh m td
Of The War p e K o ssodr et S* -g- wiml vimsati
btffitlerifluum so"^g^ g.^ llrl:'.^e
Mt ""KI. ^Sao"" '^BP Mfutpjj*^ #A2 t%*- it^^S
th"WW MaWme %oza f"lw of Awo- im
umuMaam by&MT" adtho fttesvUm of Afto yar deWtgof or


W.0, MaSa 1, awOm


t


ies Prepare

render Plan

Germany
SWKS GALLAGHER
)N, May 13 (AP)-A rella-
ce disclosed today, that
the United States, and Rua-
ender plans for Germany
*ly completed and call for
plete destruction of the
'my.
uropean Advisory Commis-
nearly finished drafting
ender terms, according to
rce, and will turn the com-
oposal back to the respec-
ernments. Stalin will then
directive to Red Army com-
for negotiations with the
s when the time comes.
ibined chiefs of staffs will
ward an gegreed plan to
Eisenhower as a directive
negotiations he might make,
iderstood that this war's
*r Germany differ from the
r's in that they are "sur-
terms rather than "armis-
>pOsils.
last war, the German army
self under the armistice
marching hick into Oer-
It is understood the new
rovlde that the German
stat surrender and complete-
own its arms where it was
ting and uiwait disposal by
*s. The Russians are par-
insistent upon this point
that the German army
lelt back Into the Reich.
f the flril details now be.
ed out is exactly what Ger-
*itory will come utinder con-
he British, American and
ny authorities, This point
* will be much influenced
e the armies are fighting.
uropean Advisorv Comnils-
knxious toClear 0nlb W.
erms to et on wit palk-
blems which are piling tip
Progress has been slow
of the necessity to be con-
referring Important points
Moscow. Washington and
for decision.

k Guerrillas
Coalition
ICHARD G. MASSOCK
T. LEBANON, May 12 (AP)
s of all 10 Greek polit(kil
ithered here today to confer
rmation of a National Uni-
rnment, in favour of M.
Pappandr-tou for Premier-
on agreement can be
on national policy, accord-
spokesman. M. Papandreou
er of the Greek Govern-
exile, Is ill. but has con-
Ith delegates of the Com-
Party and the Em (guerril-
) which supposedly has Its
ters at a hotel among tilhe
n the Lebanese mountains
he conference proper opens
14.
hurchlll has endorsed M.
Tou's efforts to form a
Union group.
dal fighting among fac-
Greece which has over-
I their resistance to the
, has apparently been asus-
pending the outcome of
erence.
zen correspondents. who
re for the conference, were
ved near the secluded
to get in contact with
gates. but a spokesman eid
sphere was personal, and
y ureivilled among% the
politicians, many of whom
met for years.
announced that no repre-
s of the Greek Armed
nor anv mlll'rv or dinin.-
oresentatives of the Allies
tend.

)unstan Appeal
Now $1,352
r donations received yester-
rht the St. Dunstan's ape-
al fund up to S1,S.
mnd Is a still far short of
of 2,4* but It is hOped
her igenerous contributionms
forthcoming.
4st list of donations is as
acknowledged.. "1,117.00
ewis Inniess...... 25A
t..... ... 0od
0, Riddel ....... .0
Ainaoa Ltd....... M
a, 0. IP. Barton am
Mrs. D. McBrld M50.0
I ............. 1. B.00


Buses Expected
a U.S. Shortly
it ( N s ~ffe Ike

'* -auttmrittoUely IB-
iN h hrave ino -c
itheped (hat (her wU
iniuuMyt she n~t~
fttiijiiB ejut~h e-


Saluting The Colours


Genmerl Sir 'Harold Alexander (left), Commander of the Alll<
Armin in Italy: Lleut.-General Mark W. (Clark (centre), Fin
Army Commander, sad Genernl Alphonse Juin. Commander
French forces In Italy. salute pasingnlo urs in a review dudin
a ceremony at Fifth Army Headquarters in Italy where Britl
dewweatins were inferred upen *cears of the Fifth Army
Gen. Clark was awarded the Order .f the British Empire b
Gen. Alexander.-IAP photo.)


Clark Praises French
With Fighting Army
WITH THE FIFTH ARMf,
Mav 13 (APi As the French
troops with the Fifth Army
swept, ahead after taking their
Initial objectives, General Mark
Clark today congratulated Gen-
ersal Alphonse Juil onq their
important accomplishment in
the present offensive." General
Clark went on: "'The capture
of the essential and dominating
terrain by the French troops
Is of major value in this opera-
tion the Fifth Armv is carrying
Out asO vgorously., I know you
Will ontlnue to pt0 g o& wit-
Ot a pau-se. _


Sir J. Huggins

Backs Tourist

Trade Effort
Sunday Guardian Correspondent
KINGSTON, Jamaica, May 13
Sir John Huggins. Governor of
Jamaica and former Colonial Sec-
rttary f Trinidad, today pledged
his Government to back the efforts
of the tourist trade convention to
build a $4,800,000 tourist business
for Jamaica.
A record luncheon attended by
400 businessmen, hotel keepers.
spa operators, caterers, transport,
operators and aviation specialists
climaxed the big convention.
A proposal to raise a $12,000,000
loan to finance preparation for the
post-war travel rush was generally
approved.
George Strehlke, Pan American
Airways representative, gave figures
of the likely coat of post-war air
travel In big 150-passenger 300-
mile-per-hour 'planes from New
YCrk to London and return as $190,
from New York to Bermuda in three
hours $40 return; and New York to
Paris in 15 hours, $205 return.
The Oovernor announced that
the local Government was already
building airfield facilities and fore.
cast a helicopter-internal service
connecting all main tourist centres
with the city.
Lady Huggins, who has fornl a
Women's Federation here, pro tI d
the women of Jamaica to conduct
a campaign to bring women %nm
relations and friends from Britain,
Canada and the United States to
Jamaica,

Craignish Man
Found Hanging
Bondsa Gusedla Correspodent
PRINbtt TOWN, May 13 The
dead body of Gerald cooper. a pork
vendor here. was dico ered yes-
terday afternoon hanging from a
rope tied to his neck and attached
topea beam in his hioume at Craig-
alih.
Cooper, who had been ailing for
omine time. lived at the borne f
his sister, Ethel Cooper, but left
the house on Tuesday ayingl that
he was gaing, to another iter t
nlremodo, It was stated.
he body, which a already In
a state of de3enmpOltlon, wal fouad
by Kelvin Motlfnu. Oooper's ne.
phew, who observed corbemuxz bv-
ari. over the bwku"d .
Dr. hi T"44ewed the
body and performed a pot mortem
examination.
Lance Corporal Jordan of the
Princes Town Poliee fAMd ut
Inquiries.
The King Sends Spesial
Mp-uM g To He Guard
LNDON,. Mes 1J(1euterJ)-
TheM Ki whoba Is HDOIief
of ritnta ow Hen C t, b eeOt
tlp 'a ssal M Nowsa
"' IBAV aUrery.
i6*h aanwnveaT M
Sto. in a. eu
wen =UN *&Wn -IpW 4@ ym


CANNIIM A 0n, a
The h-imor 61-o1'^
"A.U41 09rn


ho Stsb-1l A. FkM k.


Grim Fight


Continues

Gains Also Scored
By U.S. And Frencb
On High Ground,


S By NOLAND NORGAARD
ALLIED HEADQVARTBI8, Na-
opies, May 13 tAP) A German
broadcast today announced the
evacuation of Castelforte and
nearby territory and a despatclh
from the Eighth Army front de-
cared the village of San Angele
on the west bank of the Rapido
iver, two and a half miles below
Casino, wMa captured.
(Reuter's says that the village
of San Angelo which has ftalien
to the Eighth Army lies about
four miles south of Cassino and
ed It has been described as a sIal-
th ler counterpart of that much
of battered town. Only a few hours
IN ago Allied correspondents had
-h described how the Germans had
S flrm;y dug themselves Into cel-
lars in the rubble and were
*y bitterly resisting Eighth Army
Attempts to close in. The des-
Spatch, brin gIng the news of San


W r Ti 1 Angelos in, says a"t a fe
~AII Ifh ~Oermans are stlU holding out
W eIe sa r here and there but the place Mi
P a ns a l F r eighthh Army units fought grim-
Pnans Call fo ^nia^^
Plaws, C al For ly to break through lthe rugV4
mountain chain guarding the flank
S"land rear of the German strong-
holds around Ca&lino in the Mec-
8 Scie ist ond day of the new Allied offensive
--- to destroy the enemy armiles In
Sunday Guardian Cerrespendenl Italy.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, May 13.- The attack on a 0-mile front
Plans for research hi the Wet In- became a toe-to-tor slugging
d'!es which will require 411 special- match s the Allied forces. after
Ised scientists in addition to pe-. driving back the N&aa outposts in
clalists now employed with tihe De- theinitial surge yesterday, crashed
velopment and Welfare Organsa- into the main bastions of the
tion and West Indian Oovernments highly-fortified and heavlly-Bunned
were anlsunced by Mr. A. J. Wake- c istay L inte.
tfil4 SssBaotsotneral of Agricul- 1 1%ri1 0101 ""4 ma 1v
ure thor te West Indies, *1 4; 0 Aft j
arrival here to isume chairman- tial AVJ a ,t aeformida,
ship of a nw Government body to i e defense! s and the enne tw lashe4
dhirct the agriculvra n pol c out in a series of determined, but
direct the agricultural policy. costly, counter-thrusts.
The chief research services will North und wes of Hi-tu n
1. .i_. k-in-.i>i~t4 i i& Northi and welt of Mlpturno on
be animal breeding situated in Ja- the sector neat the itirrhenoan
k.^i. in~ kBji~f*ittat^ i l se ctor nearest the Tyrrhnlnan
maica, banana breeding situated in e American troops captured four
Jamaica, further uses industrially sa American troop captured four
of the sugar-cane which has al strategic hills from which the ene-
er he ot~-cae wichhasI *my Lwa previously able to "our
ready been started in Britain by devuatin lAreaa ainst the Allied
the Colonial Products Researchnstt ing fire ss the lowed
Bure extenion f ugar forces advancing across tie lower
Bureau extension of the su Oarlgllano Valley. Two counter-
technology, branch of the Imperial attacks against the newly-gained
College of Tropical Agriculture, posin were repulsed
Triln'dod. nd extension of the col- psi w rpu
lege's low tminperturr sPerice into a AMERICAN8 GAIN
food preservation and storage de-
partment to nimeet the nutritional American infantrymen, with sup-
needs of the We..t Tidies. port of tanks in a mile advance
Mr. Wakefield ex)eets thf first northward, captured the village of
phase of this task will take him Ceraccnli. while another force
not leIs than six months wrested the village of Ventosa, Do
Mr Prederick Benham i expected miano Hill and another 1.000-foot
to arrive here within the next fort- peak from the enemy In a stiff
night to head it companion plan- battle for gaining footholds a miler
ning body to direct the general west of Catelforte.
economic policy of the island on
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IN"w-u a -ware RLAND S ln t ilAI E R.Tl. iefft lodln r i. . C el . "a mnt-mtr at uS. l

-, Mo eCONsRAD RAMS" ,--e lowan, Church Army '-
pers ?o As Keystone sItree 't, a" B aLRNV""
oae and t f tn AUDRE o A W, ONX Mo pasVa m. a amtrles st, ao, a n the a r
s.-W.alluGoMAYet a8Loee 8ub-,us natst.


rP he n rames of wea M ?ll persnBto Aimflr Afte atS SI I- .toru..~r, ( B14 Jrnola J110O11 ADU ri l WrverI rAK.

i T-aGovernment aware that sad Mr.U Hret K. 1 andesm tate .1 sh Ce-.ardhrat. Mr. F. 3. Ca U lO|7Ui. M eet Ma ** ealp.ak< IUN gUNO BOU. and w omo as o anI
ona~pabla 1366 baaionelor,__ _________of________Wrightson_


n emptn peri"it ha e n o o it on thth0 Read.OwMAhoI t he hl A A Ctar- l s W E,. spinster nBn
~A 1sre s' swifeset. of37 Agr Sree. it. y~ o it e il

dnport rt mi4I BWR eo Mt Hlithe As.2 "eIf etuAe the Jam es.< ui. oh A e Ste ao an Iea

owners?.ea erut* to* 'if Psi o n tor- S~ aiBa~^ Amypora m redad ee Aut ""* ,_,,- rue paina m hae ouscae rt ofa
i(on tmds tin" rLw.RAYM ON ATIUsHbt JON baheor l, th e us yea, sothtito ul th 1e 5
Am L 4Cardt 6Game #asRow mmLa ck -st 0 9 DWN ROLSETO, aolr


O5)rn1^ men t &ware that - a&M Hrld t E. a abl c 1Afi^ tand r Rleas ae F-IL onI te o W. o( f, m a A r. .e.. or f i o e cuiommon f at u se, o 0pr ar. Lb.-
are oois dr eruans venot bee n il a 11.Ow1. bl A.dEAar. ALEN spinster,, 1 erlatr..st
ii theinhaiame s of theS li10fldIn uuk isace en Oc
th e rim ulsto by he MAC NIM H s trw MOND US.Obahelo, banhelor* A C sold


al pW orat) s he not een Board I JAM8 tMITH. achelor, clrk. o the heed may be mention rIeed pan-
S d m p Sof0 erh utcm h A m y t ha a wto n tt o of a- L a o r tufMn y e 19 duties.4 I h sam e A gti r. ao e, neural f a and eu t mi s. R e-
IfP ewew l Y Hn e to t but Mto te ith e parync Buith o n ent In. tAare d (ode pain i v oumto p i caused mod e B Br.t.t t h o
tte p? mIt travel w n C Pard G a m R. o.wWIL O t in the JChN S urch he lore mote ca s tes of in in the head
S e' on holr aen ot en ti o Amll tlnlgplWt o l dtArmy -roGeke tedidf .out-] ....1.. h... n. are anam tia haemorrhae. Bright's

tuiV ertain rintds? Ifltiui ro mow we pi- y yo ume n nd mm ~ toi o Imdtgmn uenl n r1 oe~y8r.t n ECN em toi ,a--se (hereofz. ROorm
-Whthe na mesOfol pleaf wi th w e h adan part of* the Colony, It is CR^r u6 ,. O.L. . ,Diheae, c onstotutional diy tse rauet
hm exemr t isozn per i tsored hav oe t""t Is S I or .... h.... er..o.. o Uarlne a B y i L atio d eaes ti a
In vi o th fact that doctor t -lr sig agred l.l elo e at r ow ae dc -NthMGeb r r eort by CaPteain a nd ma HELENA EILEREN LINo. C NInet dis ases. a t h lde
of d anr nd Kh -ta of i _I=ti .Wich Me to t the peve C. ec. a r ham On tae wI, oR. o Cr oad,. Ward of .L. t .eurois r fat u, inpvryc e air. A -n
ess f theo fL ie s ul C oleot map aende a t 0 as ,,lh Ua Ids IrA-rof1 tisdeo th utrc Army In e br Anna.U clDNmatie n, rel e or referred painI
R .-y Is Goe nm n Awareor Spinter 1o"ser ofU ~ 10U ~ Query),^h orkee t .t^ wh streetn^ 1^ ; th he adm ay b rv ntlo o
eas n dethn ati e t.te a wea rt tM b eB SaMnbTlHbade orWerk ldo for the year 1943. 0LeY lEt.tC from ther rts od and
,mll r t a etIih Il Wea inopt ben Pine a Hn- apgoine n tricks and th rCaptain Williams dOcl. es, how -1 Wt p winter s teacher, of W li organic dise ,es of the nervoUi s P
~61 ~rsof s wh o are n ot entl?.led Umhudiui e g i "? Et he< ga wasP.'. B i Jn caien sowt e ver, that thr Army's aer-care ward, street. system. The character of the head-
e en g n t he ? o th a Iot JO c us ton Ofr sin connection with boys a emnd L arcNrb ox ael ache i s of reat assistance in de-
Sw r o e t~~ 1"ot1 W ply- you like." emd he did 50. !girls leavin the manc Juvenile ln- ot 12 uiombao Street. ter ning the caue thereof.tior
4.-Will Government please state tr o f r 5 the w hi w c f u la- s d. titutlon c in the Colony, has juSr LYNCH, splinter, of 4t Plaune ROad, headacm tote uss o please consult
Board, buownersmus moae thnn one C m M g iW oeterthis regards put_e-
m-e ~ r me e to tr avte l world &l er od aoverdnin boards of the institutions lr, actountant 1lermm, of 15 Ward eane, +ae (tharoprae.t Spe flah t,
mill t ,? ctioed th tust plce in It bythe CYRLVRED MCDON ALD ROSALE, S.aDis ea e o si ui n l d s s eo

harong c e been rrads? ted m .r beta s t heirs Inb 11110 ad ni t ha r ingfth e, C o iti STEwau ADELI.A Ma e- DR. JAMES LOWELL, D.C., rhC.
vietlonie rei t snh pel c t of each e1 L P. rtID.P r R a Uc tI T- uWd mie e reoVIn tn o e ort hduin t hepr urt n e a t rein ,a stdH E stenEL typs Lt. of ch Caro.e ii .S.A.) at the in
r "oa e md o r iedy pl e r(d inay ae hthtp emi tn iopoto(contine- ti te t e a lhlelr d bran c hFattreetaA hin lt I f thee r1Ct Chlrnre s tl f tebth r diy o.
. tovh e rlnmesw see o hwer the n a ( che in e B l on n to owham the oe- of their work, and that monthly prison officer, of 2 ataon Placehe ant1d. ordi s te e Ph ner 1
t e ns t o us e allthen fts-ardsad to loot for a in
-Te rm lt d y ti sn d rep ee contacts had been t aim wherever (YLARIC WOODRUFF'. pster o t-1 en AtloWCt Indies Chia-
t sresse of the ama address m':,et, '.,eistn : n whistered)
.o t. 1 possible. 55511. T +L.to ISU A TE, ba:whe .... -
eosl der that irt would You can haIe al l the ocial weo -rRNANDOo...ay 12.-Sato- "Lhe efforts to assist these boys lot. messeneeI. r .s ontc h Is ci IsI I
u7$sv beful purpose to pbl~shf(.tare and WEerythynl set wherever ikfynrg the Court that she had, and grl t In securany employment H-1. and $YtIL AOAtiHA SANDI rORIt,
SA o ou ike, and thew may cot 5h during the Oon lifetime of Wilfred Alck, have be contain df he writes, Pa.nrrate s of. 3 AL e p and
9 natlon fo r whih thPeae sho P n igs fs dft As" Pe-ttledte rstpae d i ilat e rRFone HiNlDL ARK ache .1


m" be r whl h h h le great 0deaI oaf money. bulL we will worked hanIl -in-tlt d with him lo Referring to hostea ion nmoda- a USTIN aI.o, RO( i.N Av.nua, bach _
ebort ssin of the t ano never to ve tte Trinidad until buld a five-room hou, at Los ion for boys Capt. Williams says r c utanet.maker, of 4) ,'Wod L -ord .treet.
efor tsuch mn a natit coditla tion we have ot the mothers helping, B ajos Junction Maontne ncott this work was dove-taied into he an w LEONA TA EA. rinttate r, of
rOfsuchation wouxbd er Ishe taM. dinner




^ ann ftp r permtsin respet M at eor -ej M ubR. Ln 2.f Win. 0 the a rtulsupyo Vito- t 2 ohall E d stict th at ne d urn tor hl e year men pTIN.irter (3 steotyist, ofi 31i nCarlo iSA .) at the
tiMoed. Th se O uver rme lt is sa tIsf hed h esm st Impo ta erd got ir. Justice J. L. after-care effort, a nd accommod- deraead tret. 1. Jme.10
tha t mwlr'r:mpeople inn.ed on /" Aprcaln tomokth e t adp a y d e s to a ontniu e this ap toa branch STDNF O .nEiPR drcuro.kt 7, ot i l Ui I I
tha sch emisare Irnthedn wasthe h oitt o W helr .'o C'ot '.atohn Su-re th.. H o be ojrdgment in tioes was ri nen to some 25 boys. rSWA.i C.AENCE HOIDER. bach W I





1 ii r,^^nnit.f* county ha olokf o St making t contracts C h adc bee.nd the aim e w hereR~v osm^ dsover two plcasant. PM19y a's itastin|.Alfl
fteir sareul e ?.nt i.mntt doit their bt r ma tn gt her faW.tiar for half the value of sie the Not a single request he claims. o r. cecler, of 21 Dtdona'td Straett aon r t e
3 .-'Th aser to first part o m l uly versp niab made by 1)r. ,ip that hiluac has been refused to boys who had J t', ess, .tlIoRN T. il ttl e f Ter ou
.te 'uestGon i n e dn he sai rmative lo ca Rgme oar. t Ths o aher half wall to Katie been i inmates paof a the Or bhan Homessng rn a M oa. W v
coweser. tmerttenwy pdrm Tar Wenefare of the di r sct.. w h.t Wiltred P Ain ck m aried or th Industrial cha es. IANI OIA MAR. widower, l T ..





(b)sfu purpose to* pti~lary t hea n or.far a2.2nd (vrtm n r spectwervel r *l-niirga theCort that sheoar d a-' e nd girls imnt oter in t spia n ster,^ seamstess of 3ou wastot oce. etod o
rovidd for the ste o -f sch prie- mothers firs' we and thle toIl n s ui l thlbed Capt. WnllIams ngthat the ef 35 ioneha tinutd and i acTA CLARKIa ,
ftlon ers to enasls hem to go btea Cand a J. D. Renlke.fomo. h w udk e mauc an i rder th h e- Army's workho s tnln e to apASTILer o" :h 1 same addr3H. a hev e
rOad thorttt thice htead' pitt F Juera eopresWTrn ;34 ,ii tlbtdadive froM h aving I 4 f number oftletd th an op-o re.ot on" ttutionT Hill. and PRIN-eTH
e t w vll ved the niat ih n u LOB cion forrboysEapt.ORAlli amsMPBEs lor, eplnster of,3 VV
hthe hoe lmov In the pursu' oer h pi thcert tt speaker bor Mrw A Honr, aTh r eantthlng to do cn ldth thhe oan t tONyB ABB ,spinst trerfaow
4of such n m ai on tAn t a b CouIet of Vr t ra- w tp r 'sta'dd .h rh wip ber soid.u Proce eds of the rlre of a frp e n dr atu dlo sttoc detres "f e t. a t on ?t trees. ,re






offlrr 'M( o vernesi nthe s 1,1ser lce Inn e. I^ Sto mothr s to avi~l d w iath ixeulered t ia ool aeaeteMs -IveDr som 25 boys OWAL Cl v' AMMT. a HfoLr. R bachni. f I l lf riW fl I
that such is tiltsaregran ted Ythae Ila offteheirs the r le be id d tw en the ntw Alluding to the recreational cen- ckerIMON SAN 1D u tin.heIor, frtsmer. of
An r ep e |t answ twe ar fs rown l d-a o .f fer tbe It rt o t e pdirteesde a b stma .Hn V eIy the Wesb tre donated to the church by the ohop 6 u1 N;LT. int E T imiEL DICKSON. satn-
the uesIto on i i he ad fifma p tiveflint Asa. eninmtstonfamly th emory of thmeirae- lon-f lltifS Pa-cSre

T i 'espe oftu 'rs ndo ne of :he x to w84 .ho a in S Jet-n Lawl erlin the a tter were ll a r f ather the lat e Mr. Louis raham II. T MAON, bacelorltrt







Nomvr.'! '11 ime eri pernu"*l,.l ar Weifareo f the 4 hildi4ti w.1. R lc!. w__Wlre lc ma__ _r-ld or t Industorimaly yearst. ___ of .16-f-- Goz~nHil.ati790s
him, fo r thetie f srucn whit era said as! always with tlVon Lessey ra :ructed by Mr A pston, the report expresses at- PI-t LIe s ins t ORDON. apinstera m e addrtres
ciies t' o e nabec te m oCo b etRev. ann J .Rit omnlls cinup i ltef-de m u n idr e ryswrsopcniust l

Ve cv fr e t' r cca's'eiineg setd hi 'h e head fort. cotnimiiiurot for Leontine SC:dn rude to Capt. Wllfrid Alston for hio or r .k7re,io Street
ANSWER RmE FUS E duat t idhv eshalfr. .,____d____r fleorge . Rlichards fur generous donistionis and personal IIALP'it ALK XANDIKR THIOMAS, hach
roadn Ot'hrto i D on o ic iral-ly- ;lfIidn eresohc la heped to keep or, e TrgeaLt outht Ca btahellon ores
Itothethe r r J"i centre tooin, despite difficultiesk ma, akon ter,. a ar rn t tRA A C aBL s int
parofSa les Uopr menftt lgto 1e of war-tme condition, nd say i cut s f Street.S
bmIe of f'WUI Gwo pwwerunch illbe lidaPrceesso 'h A ud

hueuitoron I theado fae e harge oCth.do that the d m and object of the EWAR JAp ASnd ARE bachelorDI O Jewpi-
wretirdthe oIcy M .ANT E% charge of t hen n Ail of their ster, d s di of m P Sr







Su n da repc o w arsta owrnemdbyoei of Alto fa il In e ILER3MHO baheor Joiner. t uli

Da^D . o,. ,-.edd^.. $100 For Week^ ^J11" anu" Water^ Supyeo, S ,.,o .0e ,+.+,.o
'Ie o ivor the 8mefts -ietonether for recreation under ME A Mr A.OaGeA rHRItThA RAM AI..Aa e Mr otnt,
im, n on rt t he rv h etIardt it. ai wsa wayul W er u l N w lemVtdn1.-)Finla dutiLt of Fireat At enue, a.
Fnrycentreii f ocm h C i, f n : t* to dprt. Ioung dA o pl le, of Ne it Sn l
i ad Oserusent ll~ial 4Wl ~thuO-' *t the Genetral Poi Ofilc ter the] iunday G Ialln Cesepa deu.. RERT E E esior. of 147 St. Janla Mahta Road, an U fU U T
s tc to r sch a ehaing d h thon week eaddfd rtt 6. amouted to CAREN.A3i, May rdsfrgnruI T tYID dD pesoy aOWlN. spAnAterL dN mesDt aT eant
of d e- on offcial dutes.'Iseto A npit ha Soth r At. AnnAe ,















*lei~c Ho BenPcto.m To .~ .-t4r Aer..-.* reptf't reserenc PH ^a^111
tNS RFUStance hmerenn Sw of wM Y Port-A-Spa d by em rt nrto tva J EadkesRd to hPhenR, LAr-
.anti he ,5onmeto bO5rd1 and tiuburba and the Win the War lull supply of water 10 all districts the hneedre rfor maesuitablere e~youngt ment center. itf it Bantlon Street..... t liEN- AE C UDITY
were fov'nd trtce'sary n order to A9aO iot oof p $17,3M 110. states r thi area by July this year wul for turning with a view to being EVA SAMPo.. eplnle. dreUmaker, of I
ti. fv u the r .s er pInformation OffUe r kly be ulfllld by the tme eommpssoned in the West Indies the esae aistdrear. .u
''.heCounty of St. Pstr ck p'+t up1 fixed Church Army'. and indicates thaat IN SA, FD+nnef.rd'sim Tayei s o nl you tw o pc~nguetasti
w l Governm ent ple, t state of the remanng s um i res to g electricity to drive the training consists of a three-N s eD Sm Tts to n a t
S Wther AtherfthiseIcerwar 1212760 nly reonible orhI ric tngtS that will affordd this tear course in simple theology wl th I I a
r tr he m plB arle t. Patrck's oo sho g were l suppl of water, have l- t r nuosrto d aWeddings willeR and, tek pla et gr tn Th you w.llavoid ney d sco
CSnlable Posnt or and La Brea thi fr eadv rracht Point Cuman The which after.c ire And probto nia rn F........e hr t ot c- h
according to notices posted at theIhttlWSw and fullness. The iu slips mni.c
(bi) Whether his salary as head off 12 .20 and 1144 respe'cti'tly. [Irttidcad Elertr.clty- Board l,'s been work, among other things, play aln Warden's Omce here, your waistcoat pocket. G~et one tooay,
Uie Ttran~port Inergency, San Fernando torttritiuted $1179 SO engiaged for stole weeks now pult- important part. o h o rcigpriaas u nts ntinfr'
81 War is made it.yI Sitar. of 147 contra mtn ates We areL i t. t~ nDitod


Bata d Is the .ae sttme t h,,ht-,for hth week snd took its toal 1 up poles and running the he ihurch mf nande t o en fiO
hmercall$ 195.eadu, pur s to f1which Ptota m etttOghe rep o ft Englad where n ito HOHEDtA RDS .teelot. at-opt-I
a tf the Railwap s? County of Su rs teurWns quoth wiasr I Is expected that the pumps regular communicant deo fl resent gmner trad.17 Strelet, and OO1 -
.--Wilt Government pl as State e l tk 83r the week Of this Iium, wll be tn operation by JUly next themselves for service to Ood end DAER. m inter of the rdame address
savetheraiway"I.ameANdtros. ACIDITY. ~ro


whether it is fart that the head 'is Juan contributed 4 an fr in ecent letter to tthC t heir feilowmen in this connection. e .tit's e t R ei'. cateOT -
of the' Tirsnesiorf Em tergen Board D ei o Martin $50.40. esnsge Taxpayers' Assaoc,ltiont the andl It is atated that salaried posts teA. faF liescat-ae Road atnd DOROTHrY
As It '-thnCoerlisnial the oVt 10 or e naCrr esdtInfoesatno. hlr ine
wmilerlGve for On venli tte: for the week. Armacs total sales ed that it was hed that bdaedsIwhocfulfl thets t hat Si mpt oydi stolten gawoa ste TA BNE i
eof t-retntesrlsthe d eat nings um il Wirh o pbigeedtrc by Julyrinetelectuai eqi remeonsi ts Of a three- IN S.ANliFE~ tSRN TIANDO s i anate'.bet n ortoge fa


If thet enre this iln th e re a srmare. now overIa l ti, spefri this year electricitty would be ase .|- Provinoe of us e West Ini hce. of C Mtt'r*pe Street. San lrt-en.
Ifrom the ar t Other ihnestors olstdble In the district for the opera- The report concludes Wh n rAD' tNTw'Eo biedhevoro -
wt~l Gt'vernmernt e5P! ut~ion this are County of Victoria with $39.tI0, tion of proiper pumps and it was offer of sincere congratulations to T+ ,o.t-,er t ttetie.
sthe servsc e insid e- d St. Andrew-St. ravod with exr ected that nst, only Carelrage the Mas t Rev. Dr. A. H. Anctei .n v'tra ngAM. tt 'r. tabotlre. 0 ., ,, ,a
di calale? P $1.0or With i LI.LBO each, the is- t ut also Point Cu mar, end at large his elevation tO dhe Arcbatsho andrc Ctt--t't- m h Rona d sn IFe ournando. end StOL a
Government h mer s red as fellows: land-ward of Tobao took tits total part of the Dicgo Martin Valley of the West Indies slid the horse MOONStA i cpY. sptinaet-a of Vatfbelta.etinslips--t
1 i a ry sOet lwotspot c *o annwer
t first tart of the kuestmon hIth f'he urchlaes to okI.4t2.4p and Coun. would thetn get a fuil supply ofithat he will be spared to the
i t I -r e atllwr en bewa t h ho eorabdlpty Chrasi to $43,286.40. wit'r, Province for manty years.
mem the rslttC5lttis called to fS-Gog'-qoau si I sexetdthtte Pu p eulrcm uncn& LO peet-o f70Brrti tet, su ,-,,
I ter. of naqxOt-dRoa.No.. O..TYDINNEFORD


Aart rcnltetth theahadore member DUFONT'S LT STUDIO pt ,
ofutet Tnoion snthZe negative. CE D~iCMarin S 40.enag Taxa - Regoisnthegurateddo) c-,4lcan A492,SI a,".*#ofRnAon
RUF""IRM" .,EDRICESPINET'S IMAGES


D1A hIE NtR GnTA ID Al s atus who f


_SAN F!2taN o. May 13w- ELECTRICAL TREATMENTS+'r~
iDaritvid o Driernmws rantedploy-ecr tee we.Aiasttlslse hti a oe htb uyitleta eurmnso h ER ~FAAMAT pntr



ests one rtheservice br o wh t an t$13!hi erMEDICAL MASSAGEta ilrt S" m
t.a w;wstt Isis wife, Ella Doon, before h IneiCONSULTATION FRtr Jostiee .an L M. Perer. inethe I
wil1tvrnr me nt ourtin hso@ tutyo itherst 3.0,to o rpr up adyesterday.ner ogrtlton okepr f oteaA RST PO- AL T



Hlvrmn no~dasfnw:ln-adof$ Tobgo P o kIstpndTr~A ato fthe Di41eAgo Martno levo h etI di s adtehreMOS sise.o i bla




J FROM M NDAY L YBERTRAM DUONr Fnuie uSc+ roldd)d,
SN AriIlEdrHslirthe nnouabletOe6P- '
It-erme's RtCanted Fuis callSALE







22nd4,1944




ASTHM A !'T22CDRC 1944 T--onAlheLasy fo
,t his At 7.30 wi fe .* tla. o tie a baeow oiere fe MEDI haCAL M.ASSAE .., A f. Pta.b
Mr h. usti eJ.L. M .i re t insI a CONUL TIONoIe teI
Bii rme Cout her.- yeserday. BERTR M 1UFONT, FF.Sc. (L..I


simply Ihale f the im ofs KdtIalo
Asthma Roasee.... breth e im.-
-mdibom meM mfme andMi
atarl_-.dspiapa"iacem mar.
Though you a a ckhroi astlarm
sufftr, dt wondarftla remedy
brings eetuve vM r mwy tee
It i used. Cat Kelog'g Athima
temedy (rom your duler today
; .. yemw r ste p on the road t
bowttr bMalth and omafort.
". NIUM& sdJe
1"000h = 6"ir

s~a


AtIL
CAkAIAN


TO CHOOSE FRONT


mervo-reetoring deep *wery "ht5L Thl ii ts theho
&Wid of dep-tb deep which a bdtime culp of
* Ovehea'I wldo much to ensure.
0OaMd te o pap from Nature'* lomt foods
ead Is Maelreafree from drug. It* upeal properties
-which help to Intduce deep ad make it 0o refreshing
and *eresI f due to teb high quality of
I of maufaeuoe.
Ltet OvaldtIh' elp y to akes the most of yoult
loeplag thee-'o build up rmewed eMer ad to
h'diatst 100 MPer 0nt. usw The e*oeplosMel
vdmt of I Ovaltl I as a bdmtme bewoeap has been
pewed br eou sadet mead eof p"p deeaouw
the woLd.

Ovaltine Sleep
is Retoamtive Sleep
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1PI v to our yuraita Dept. and IflooS troi
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PImplsshBadi

Fought In 24
6"It Ifo BO onT neca aye are. beea tneedn to t
to suffer from uly,, latWlal able .e- I =, a treatment t
fIlurinag 1in hiM 4sfe e A i M 0 a 2 0014a- att a Utv p, to kbl -
I, rshb pimpl" ringwom. p rar Li g = ert baa lB S 1
*ant ba.kh..ad .. .ables r,.d tthlfr i to in.1
h.ntahn without the bBonpts ofthp Mn. l Lotter, e.5
modern proven treatment called Nixo- Caada who recently
dorm. Tlon't let a bad skin make you bed suffered for yeasl
feel Infior and caus you to lose your like eoditioo. He trild
friends. Melp clear your akin thi soW MB1 gave any but tlv
elentiflo way, an dn't lot aha Itbd akl Mand, after two or
aI people thtiia you ate dilease4 lemed to adgravate rt
I-ts Tr eble a We"a inatters. 'h*n ho chatt4
Nlixodem i an ointment, probably rNixaT.atedinlIo
different fro any ointment you haeliao rtlewhft ppplism1t o
sT eeon or felt. It a not rs bUt th e o few mnutesan.
letl a1mOst lik* a power wem nou e thea condition. I o
apply It. It lnentratea ras y IntolsU tbt Nln.:. : esa m trt
pors and Ilhts the caus of M trom skln trOuble."
skin blemishes. Nixedorm contains Meuyl6a-lm
Inrr dIleta which fight akin trJouMi Nlxesrm coats 3
In those a ways: (1) It ghts theI ti uel, It helpsclear o5
robes or uaasittea often oneiil toyour complete-astQ S
nfor akin dn.iorder, (i) It to00 t Jtch tp. derm from your dr --tA
burning and amarting In I nea n,- in the mrror I the*S!Ht
utes, and cools and soothes the skin. winlbe pleasnled at the
(<) It helMps nature promote a elar, soft TheJust keep on usiSB
and velvety smooth skin. oane wek and at thh. e
Wekslfo* It should have nmad.eg
Because Nixdormi sa teeatifloay cl earer, smoother saI
compounded to fight skln troubles it or you simply return
etope thl itching, burnins aed smartlnil age and your money wM beN
In a few minute then atarti to work fulL Got Nixodetrm frol mt
immediately, helping to clear and bea 1
your skin. making It sorter, whiter and Li -
velvety amootkIas laast a day or two o D
or mrror will tll you that bore at N AI
lt t. a aolentoe t tatmat ye ma*y


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I ie tw to getting a suc
W in agerous fs im "e
Drof architecture and
lZ irmets. He Stressed
laan economical system Of
*B would be useful InI
Nodding projeow purely as
Sshadedbut rse shad bes
Fut forsentbility of e r-
tehire, he said trat the
bahcsso depicted in the'
ft~wwn him by a "Sun-
..n' representative was
It ailtttble to local condi-
00M building was construct-
D Vtew to getting *0 much
Ith sposalbto **h1r In'
lsaddbut open spcsm
fM or ventilation 0wir-


I Arrives
F certs tHere
Imampt., noted ft"ich-
Arrived iii 'Triw-

BJntl-he giving an
i a-Piermr on Tues-
hmope, If it is pOS-
I nc 11w et 1 Pwf l
it, to give one In
S heresix months ago,
0wa not able to make
| 5e in Port-of-
by planee yesterday
SPuerIto Rico where
i concerts in San Juan.
a 1ai he gave three con-
ala de Cuba. When
v n. i goes on to
central America and
able eto include Ja-
hl tour. Mr. ricourt
It one week earlier than
sly planned.
Ms stay In Santiago the
tlons were going on and
Wt was struck by the
Bit which coloured elec-
i Street were filled with
Intg the Conga as part
".0agn. -
I~fiE EVENING
bIatsttlon of the meeting
Oggtmoe and Stanley in
"The Lord's Prayer" to
Little Miss Jocelyn Plerre,
M feature terns of the
IZvenlng" to take place
b Christian Endeavour
8. John's Hall, Penm-
It on Monday, Maw 15,
I_. where a silver off I ing
: 0 aid of the Lewis In-
l Church Fund.


KfTION

LALE
DATX O0i&N:-
L'day 25th
/.y, 1944.
UUAP" ROAD
tvmrwd with in-
t. Paul R. Vipond
.the Colony, to sell
hon his complete
(A (Complete, Dressi
Portable Typewritem
g with Eletric Dyna-
W). Wardrobe, Ironting
Stan, Resadf
ySlt Nets, stool, Writ-
_ tep Ladder, owel
ffwhe Cabinet, Tables,
in bang-
i~ ~U eti stove, Electric
-.af e Doomai
agtwtaiaa, 1 Lot off
EftKnilves,viForks
H. he Cavn het. SWinc

fgtm with Ortai
Wooua denin Traps.
Ba^ Kettles Deas~
Hsp Ins and DOW&g

ftftd If.
U ofe %b &tisdt:
MAy, 1944.

MUG2?aaO


Allied Mstery Of AtlMntic

Migs Chige In Base Status

Ti m as- ho flusne wth pride "eer heir e smeaIe itedAe
*MM M ssd ahidly vwinfg Metery at the snSM eemps *A*
MeiM Dra-boet ap pen. the NaU" t he r "*o- tos'a tM
WR df Made re0y to a Ite eet to 1thr mnch o i&V Ud tf s 0 M1
dadSmi the whole world.
Itaobas IsAfrias, holding
00e wh oar matnat ermbope. :194yj
am S& tl he dan at West nd.in liemtnan t to
*0 an esoelent base Itor affen e- *. .netlhaM
sev eperatftis amaint the S. anU s t Sc8ool of -toanryyFel
sad Osnada aMA further to ORM CCosa.
smults n BriUtains life-line. 8KaT TO LATR
In the set-up, Trinidd figurd a
a afte of great sUsrtegic impor- At a Press oonlresce at White-
utae and came within the range of hall last week. the General was
actual attak from U-boats on more deeply moved as he told Prm re-
im w5e occasion whb ft s the ub- reentaUves how wry he wWd
marine warfare was at is height, be to leave the are
Then came the bases! And, today, "Honestly. I have enJvoyed mser-
three yars arer the Airst batch ot vice here very much. I hare ound
VUS. asred forces arrived to join the ople here ost kind ad will-
In th {eAence of the Colony and of to o-oeate and I sho ild ter-
the areas, the record is one of which tnly be sory to leave. I have
thle United Nations can be Justly filed much valuable experience
podn ere which I am sure will serve ma
Driven out of Africa, beaten on I good stead in whatever re, I
the iuusslan front, fighting for their amu posted. he said.
live in Itaiy and reeling under the "Where I shall go," he concluded,
relentle hammering of the Allied "is a matter for the War Depart-
sar offer ve, the Nasla have een m ont to determine, but I am look-
their invincible' U-boats swept ni forward to service in a more
fron the Atlantic which once they active theatre.'
proudly claimed to, be their play- During his stay here. General
round. -Patch has been host to a number
The significant swing in the for- of distinguishd world figures. Only
tunes of the war is reflected Il the this year he had the privilege of
decision, announced by Major-Gen- welcoming Mrs. Franklin D. Roose-
era! Joseph D. Patich. Commanding velt. wife of the Pre-ldent. Other
General of the US. armed forces visitors have Inchxluded Presideni
tatUoned here, to effect a drastic Roosevelt, who paid a brief visit
reduction in the personnel of all on his way home from the historic
US. Sarisons throughout the West Casablanca Conference In Nortli
Indies. aad so relieve for more im.- Africa. General George C. Marshall
p 9rtant theatres of war, thousands US. Army Chief of Staff; Admiral
of well-trained troops. William D. Leahy. Chief Adv.qer tc
bTie decision marks the beginning the President; the late Col. Frank
of a new chapter in the history olf Knox, Madame Chlang Kal-Shek
the US. West Indian bases and to rifte of the great Chinese leader
some extent of the wir itself, for it and a number of prominent screen
indicates not only hat the Nazi and radio stars.
threat to the New World has been Likely successor to General Patch
finally and conclusively removed, as Commanding Officer. is Colonel
but also that Important events are William Valnev Rattan, at present
brewing elsewhere which call for all Commanding Officer of Port Read.
the available manpower at the dis- An Infantry Officer of more than
posal of the Allies. 26 version' diversified experience, Col


CHANGB-OVER IN STATUS
Reduction of the garrisons brings
In its train a change-over in status
of the base organisation here from
a sector and base command to a
base command_ and makes the
once top-rsnkin operating base a
unit of the Antilles Department
with headquarters at Puerto Rico,
under command of general Henry
C, Pratt, former Commanding Gen-
eral of the sector here.
Reorganisation of the command
which started since the beginning
of this month will be completed,
according to War Department
plans by July 1.
Until these changes were de-
signed. Trinidad was the head-
quarters of a sector that embraced
base organizations as far north as
St. Lucia, west to Curacao and fast
to French Guiana. The area trom
Cuba to French Guiana was then
administered in two sectors. Under
the new arrangements the forces of
the entire area winll be administered
byI o de ment.
I I Tiiud C ta willitn-
nowlt, T abfi ad ftrba4
I h remain under the jurls-
di"d&t elc the Army Chief here.
Tl rversmo of the Trinidad
Sector to a base command hastens
m teearture of the Commanding
GI ea, Ma jor General Joseph D.
Patch, one of the most popular US.
officers to see service In this area.
Aumnog command at a period
when the threat to the Island's se-
curity was greatest. General Patch
consolidated the various units of
the Colony's defence and continued
the good work of his predecessor,
Major-General Henry Pratt, of
moulding them into a strong and
efficient force.
A buck private whose brilliant
work took him rapidly through the
ranks up to the top, General Patch
has been unanimously voted by his
troops one of their most popular
commanding officers.
But he has also distinguished
himself in the eyes of the civilian
population by his courteous and
winning manner, his undoubted
efficiency as a leader and his ob-
vious efforts to promote happy and
cordial relations and strengthen
Anglo-American comradeship.
To him the Colony owes a great
debt and his departure will be much
regretted. The general does not
know how soon that will be, but
it is likely to take effect before the
new organisation comes into opera-
tion on July 1.
Holder of the Distinguished Ser-
vice Cross, the Purple Heart and
the French Croix de Guerre, Gen-
eral Patch was a private with Com-
pany D of the 9th Infantry, back


Face the


future


Rattan was formerly Inspector-
General on the staff of Lieut.-Gen-
eral Andrews who was killed In an
airplane crash in Iceland last year.
Colonel Rattan will make Fort
Read his headquarters, and the
army plans to vacate all Its build-
ings in the city with the exception
of Dockslte and Camp Ogden. '
As his chief Military Intelligence
Officer, Colonel Rattan will have
Major Lovell now aide to ULeut.-
Colonel C. Y. Allen of the General's
staff. Col. Allen leaves shortly to
report to Washington for a new
assignment.


Committee Backs
Council Decision
The lit) Council Ignored the re-
commendation of the Pol.ce author-
ities that City Constable Elijan
Baptate be promoted to corporal
when they recently promoted Con-
stable Andrews 'o corporal Instead,
;i.t~br;WUy .fruarfU"-- arqed
The police authorities, who had
made the recomnmendation In view
of the 'york done by C notablee
Baptiste in the .ti-profiteering
campaign in +he city, maJn ,ngver
10C cases, on being informed of the
Council promotion of Andrews, re-
minded the -i of their recommenda-
tion.
Liter considering the letter from
the police last week the Council's
General Purposes Committee de-
cided to recommend that tWie Coun-
cil's decllor. on this matter remain.

Move To Boost
Food Output
continuing their food producti4i
campaign ,eetlng s the Food .%w-
trol Department have arranged two
meetings for this week.
The first will be held at the
Princes Town Courtroom at 4.30
p.m. tonorr'cw under the auspices
of the Savanna Orande District
Agricult-iral Society of which Mr.
A. J. Bernard, Narden, County
Victoria-St. Patrick, Is Prehcent.
Mr. iH. N Fahey, controllerr Local
Food P auction, 'Ar. W. Andrew
Rose, t. icultural Technologist and
I.;r. G. H. Von Deible will be the
speakers.
On Wednesday, May T17, the venue
will :e the Toco E.C. Scl'ool where
it is hoped a large gathering will be
addressed at 7.30 p.m. The Rev.
Alexander Mellor will be chairman.


with wup



renewed vitality
o gthat oooldt Iabeen made a
I m SsWttk*kind in -Phyl -'tbes
%&S?*.b<1 fedy =SUPf"
Fae th fiturte with m!- whatIpeopleunusmya
ewed othfumnes. ,itslity. taking a muof ^~a,
smd tor"*I AMt
A&th.6sult of reseats by If you tahet"eAta PO-
a dieismguiSWProfcsrf uoLy, tm matsWin5esftn"
MdI cieatwor-iamom you. Sobum a lw bof
oa university, an ,hy1URA ta t -day
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AUI w Wii has greater ejym i ofli
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Bul -Purchase
Queries A answered
i~s~wiftf In CbsMMt reeemt*
lyand was given a -_alihi
toB was *a~ tm*ai tftkmia
Kh =e Waeittsft Tr~t-ai

Bulk Purchase
Queries Answered
Bulk Purchasing Department
spent 41(.1 and got 1231,-
f7.44 revenue in ItS it Is dis-
closed in ana oScial answer to
questions tabled in the Legislative
Council by the BHonble Gerald
Wight.
Estimated expenditure for 1944
is $t150,000, It Is stated.
Asked by Mr. Wight for details
of percentages added to the cost
of all goods Ikported to date, Gov-
ernment states: "A charge of 7
per 'ant .in cost, including in-
surance, freight, exchange com-
mission and duty is made to cover
the overhead expenses of the Bulk
Purchasing Department.
"A further charge of 10 per cent
is made on the first cost (U.S.
Currency) ot all goods acquired
under cash re-imbursement lend-.
l ease requisition for remittance to
the British Colonies Supply Mis-
sion to cover inland transport for
miscellaneous expeMnses. As a re-
sult of continued representations
by this Government, cash reim-
bursement lend lease requisitions
were discontinued in respect to
steel with effect from March 1,
1944, after which date steel will be
purchased under cash contracts
on which the charge of 10 per
cent will not be made.
"In respect of materials other
than steel, cash reimbursement
lend-lease requisitions will only be
used In future in very special
circumstances, e.g.. when pur-
chase under cash contract Is im-
possible."

College Master
To Lecture Club
Mr. 0. A. Jones, Science Master
at Queen's Royal Uollege Is to give
a lecture on "Animals of the Sea-
shcre" at a meeting of the Field
Naturalists' Club In the Science
Hall of t. LMary's College at 5 pom.
on Thursday, Ixay 18.
C.LD. CAL INOG
Should Ralph J. DavlJ, husband
of Sale 1;..vid and brother of
Henry Da'id, who was born in
Trinilad o0 May .5, 1892 and who
once resided in N w 1rk, call at
the Criminal Isvestigatlon Depart-
nment, be would hear something to
his c-.'lt.

FOR SALE

Valuable Estate of approx. 165 acres
on Santa Crus Road with consider-
able stretch of Main River bound-
ing property 4,000 full grapefruit
trees, a,000 Tonca Bean Trees wvr-
ous ages; 7,000 Lime Trees, Orange
Trees; very valuable Timber, Gravel.
Property offers most attractive
building area pomsibilties near
city with grand sites and splen-
Sdid river bathing. Faces east
with flat and sloping ground,
cool, with good views.
Property is served by branch road.
PRICE $ M
"MALABAR HOUSE," Beaumont
Avenue, Maraval. Most elegant re-
inforced concrete (throughout) resi-
dence: 5 bedrooms, large living and
dining rooms. Jade green bathroom
suite, other bathroom parquet floors.
All fittings specially imported.
Over 50,000 sai. Freehold lAnd
Valued by leading building contrac-
tor in 1942 at 142,000.000
OFFERS INVITED
BARGAIN. F.EE .OL" 4-Apart-
ment Concrete Building, No. 42,
Duke Street. Price- $14,500.
FRANK V. ECKEL
Real Estate Broker.
'Phone 8123.


Fraud Caseo

Witness Under

I*eavy Fire'
saw t t at mired' kh.-
c&in"' ,espaicher the Prince
Itwa 'Bus Company, bad delber-
stew sa- t. se^ spi,. ed ins eumrt
with wreg tnformnptmn to saw vehis
uncle, one of the sevn acwued of
conpiracy to defraud, was made on
Friday by Mr. Rupert Archbafld,
oWe .- Ae defence lawyersM. The w.
get"sn was denied.
.Roopchsnd, who was put into the
box as CrVwn witsens on Thurisda
a4enoosi was subjected to Itafth
crowS-mtmInaa on Frliday.
According to nim he was second
witness be "fired since evleee
had 'n given at the ..rellinar
hearing of the conspiracy case laid
against a director andl six other
employees of the Princes Town 'Bus
Service Company.
Mr. Clavrf tdgihal, o the oite
oft he Onmaimssominer of Tniand Re-
venuwe, who was called on Wednes-
day., oclAed the witness stand aM-
til shortly before the adjournment
on 'hurnday and for almost tel
entire day perused documents con-
taining aerial nunmiers of the varl-
O$ 'AI s1ips entered on time sheets, I
Isome of which it was stated we,
not entered in the tUit book asI
was expected. L
Mr. Ervid Hercules, secretar-ry.
accountant of the firm, in answer to
Mr. G ton Johnston, K.C. defence
counsel aid that he had known in-
stances they were merely admonished
tors were short of money to be
handed in. Itn certain c+se they were
made to repay while in other in.
statncs they were merely admonlheld
and given a chance to be more care.
ful. He also knew, he said, that
employees at the office would, on
certain occasions, use 'bu slipes put
away on shelves as waste paper.,
Those accused of conspiring to
defra'A are Ameer Mohammed.
director: Haniff Mohammed, Am.-
Uld Mohammed, James Thong, Edgar
Thong. soorin Narine and Sdilal.
Defence lawyers are Mr. Gaston
Johnston, K.C., Mr. H. 0. B.
Wooding, and Mr. R. Archbald,
while Mr. C. T. W. K. Worrell Is
conducting the case for the Crown.
The tr'al which is proceeding be-
fore Mr. Justice E. Iallinan In the
First Supreme Court. resumes to-
morrow with the prosecution still
in progress.


FURNITURE SALE
1 I Saddle odad,
I MARAVAl,
I Monday, 22id May,
14 1. i. P.M.
Instructed by Mrs. PaFrrish,
we wUill sell all her good and use-
ful Furniture such as Double
Sprire Divan with Spring Pilled
Mattress, S'ingle Spring Divan and
MattIres, Simmons Day Bed,.
Spring and Mattress, Cyp Mir.
rored Ladies' Dresser and Stcol:
Cyp Mirrored Hanging Press, Cyp
SChest of Drawers, 3 Iedel
Chests, Cyp ClOthes C cupboard,
Crap and Cedar Chests. Presswood
Hanging Press with Sliding Door.
Cyp Bedroom Chairs, Shoe Racks,
2 Hanging Mirrors, i1 x 2ft.
Baby's Cyp Pres" and Cot, Bed-
side Carpets, Child's Rocker, Cra-
Spaud Dining Table Drop aEnds and
6 Chairs, Cyp Sideboard and Serv-
ing Table, 4 Crapaud Morris
Chairs with Cushions, Crap. Mor-
ris Table, Crapaud Morris Chair
wi/ h Book Case Sides, Metal
Standing and Reading Lamps,
Cyp Ladles Desk and Gent's Omce
.Desk, Mahogany Meat Sae, Sun-
FPlame s3-Burner Oil Stove and
Oven. Thermos Jars and jugs,
Broom s, Brushes and Waxers,
Enamel. Aluminum and Iron Pots
and Pans,. Olas and China Ware,
Cutlery and Service, Boxers" Punch
Bag. Bathroom Scale, Diamond
Gas Lamps, Christmas Tree Deco-
rationS Baby's Pram, Garden
Chains, Table and Benches, Two
44-Gallon Water Drums, Lawn
Mower and extra parts, Garden
Tools, Garden Hose, 125I ft.. owl
Run. Pure Bred Rhode Islands,.
White Leghorns, Giants and Wya-
ndotte Fowls, 2-GIl. Spiy for
Fowl Run, 8 Rabbits and Hatchi
Dov Kennel, Boys' Bicycle, Special
Ice-Box-tO1b. Capacity.
Items on view day prior to and
morning of Sale, and
TBRM8-CASH.
Boyd & Hutchinson, Ltd.,
Aumeotneers.


SPECIAL

AUCTION


SALE
AT-
The Sales Room
1 Henry Street, I
Near T.G.R.
--ON -
Monday Morning
TIME I6 AM.

1 Taxi Car-
"Dodge Sedan"

1 Pian "Ottotone"

ANTIQUES -
IN -I
Silver, P6wr,
Ware, Etc. f
'Delmg Saab a 31W, j
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New arrivals in our


Kiddies' %Dept....


* PYJAMAS


* SHEETS and PILLOW CASES


* PLAY SUITS

* BOYS' SUITS

* RUBBER SHEETS

* HANDKERCHIEFS


SUPER NOURISHRINTiI

More Necessary Today


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... and fully digeatible-
even for babies. Quick
food energy plus Vitamin
Bi and minerals. Tastes
richer. Less than I9 a
dish. Ask for "Enriched
5-Minute"Creamof Wheat.
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..Control Bond Inquiry
SShould Enlist Businessmen
*- kernel of mO t of the complaints
& against the Control Board ha been
stapparently misconceived policy. The
-p a Instructioni are sent from the Bri-
Sti1h Colnie6 Supply Minrio In washing-
ton to all the West Indian Colonies, hence
the difficulties existing here which are
reported abstnt elsewhere mist be due to
lftsrent Interpretation of those instruc-
h oens. The interpreting haz to be done in
.the light of policy, framed not by the
Control Board, but by the Government.
It Is GoverLnent policy, therefore,
whichh needs to be overhauled. This was
ie main purpose of the recent resolu-
zn by the Chamber of Coiraerce, re-
nmending inquiry into the working af
the Color-y's control systems. The Gov-
ernment-sponsored committee which fol-
lowed was, however, announced purely as
a oost.investigating body. It was aup-
Spoued to consider departmnrital reorzan-
;Isation with a view to reducing expendi-
ture. This may be a good thing when we
consider that it takes more people to run
: the Control Board than the British Col-
onies Mission in Washington, which di-
rects supply procedure for 30 or more
territories; but it is not the main re-
quirement.
It is welcome news. therefore. that
the Government committee is to include
policy within its terms of reference.
This disclosure was made in a letter to
Sthe Government read at the Chamber of
SCommerce meeting on Friday, in vlhich
the committee was understood to bp em-
powered to scrutinize policy. Though this
was not confirmed in the Government's
reply, which spoke merely of an examina-
tion of Control Board organisation and
working, neither was It denied, and we
assume that it Is correct. The question
then arises, who should conduct this
. I IMqu117 Should K. be undertaken bv the
OV emnust whbch directs Control Board
PIolicy, or by an Independent body? The
Latter is obviously preferab'", especially
Sif the business community Is represented
Sarnd its experience in Intricate war-time
import problems turned to good account.
In view of this it is most unfortunate
that the committee should be composed
of solely members of the Executive Coun-
S; ell. who are presumably the ones most
Directly concerned in framing policy. It
means that we have the policy-makers
sitting in judgment on themnwelves, seeing
e how they can Improve their own system,
Sand refusing to bring business experience
into there deliberamtions,. Though the Gov-
Seminent huas politely assured the Cham-
b her that its representations will be care-
fully considered, this of course is quite a
different thing from having business dele-
gates actually sitting on the committee.
It virtually means that business will have
Sno hand in suggesting revisions in policy
or procedure.
Barbados and British Guiana are not
free from complaints, but they manage
better than Trinidad, and their systems
deserve consideration. Price-fixing in
British Gulana, for example, Is worked
through advisory committees reoresent-
Ing different trades, while in Trinidad


Choral and Orchestral
CONCERT
ByThe -
Royal Victoria Institute,
MSic SECTIONS
Thunday, June 1It
:At L9 1j&
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Large ShIpmenm


BEDS'SPRINGS

and

MATTRESSES


TRINIDAD
SUPPLY
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Urgent
POST-WAR
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wAll for a
world back tc
it is no Ion
'planes andI
quickly an








be converted
mercial pur
peacetime
again. The ,
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peace to war,
assume thal
that same in
demand for










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have been sul
quickntarily can
equitable converted
mercial pa.
peacetime i







again. The Iprod







a few weeks
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pace to wai
tiassumeafter th
that same Ii







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One of







matters, then
provisions ofrt
and enemj
which, it is













RaS normalcy
ent withere sti
trade world
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have been si~





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equitablare di
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a few weeks





andTrinidad w
accept rat~ii
time after t
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mquatters, athnd
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abundant there ,
trade to mab
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quate and people





procession tl
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lea of a seas(
Trinidad pe
Mr.not yet wor
the end ofple





But after ttl
proession uldI
look arourpost
vital quesadyw
port, and
sideration,
p lans for ag
Irica, the pr
the Colony
lea of a seas
Trinidac
xnina and t
Mr. Wiristo
the end 01
But after t
We should
In our poe1
be ready w:


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INDIO and Coadlt4er
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"as lIn _u :00 1 v
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AN 004inMg tly Niieaed
Le attention Here. ." vAc'"nch ""d.
d p ubc wil be bound to suf- L G, eo t a
hp_ q o-nment will re- Might RA ct o Win 1 o.o; or SUPPL
isfcas to leave the Inquiry n2%151 160 0S
h bands of members of the ThS 2 % IWP
Ounl. neaed k, but I wbdutfth It -
ato mtinahnr t,, hiaie Go e nEMELVILLE, E".
ineat wkpeadlsm wll. have 'owe
aterthewar-to serecorn eAt eB te peseint?1 -



*pss n tewel Of cotf nd c-_"*", wh_ NC ^ rX food, -'.
Attention Here o ne'te" tee- *= AM&
States--overamti wfh r guinI to t p ot
IPlafnning moms uglxe in Trial" andleuonest


WWgeutity o nWais preingsed ba"Om~-ti~u-obtm 110t t10110
ona t:being "DSt. yet we he a cijesafti
with a vTiour which bow1 'a u 4o111 s1111 1 a1bsimemem
good start In bringing the =fuytheGvrnmedt, of
onormstwhepews return& g, Tia4W" 5" tr t INhUe IIlU
iger only a matter of more 0nt oyme iUo. N T C
guns and tanks, but of how 9tl& es!it emol M B r, w
the armaments machinery bIoutr who min es= for the
I after the war to serve corn- P y M S rU Sha s u| e -- w
poses, and the wheels of iof Commerce, who ..U tohem te3dB
industry be set in motion ;=11= 5UaUt a "e ved n
whisky anm gin ane
ngenulty of mar. was pressed uobtanable-et thene goodsOeul It Is the policy of His Maj 'ac tOoewpment intUig
for a lightning change from meateca ringorrsof&. ribs ,e cm eralJ haCelonies8 tre
r, so it is not unreasonable to ^ o of Gove n e iture osib eand the ois i l k s h
theoreby rbuin th laws t hey~ b
it in the reverse transition would orflrtly me by Uyunderrview with this objective In mind. ,
ngenuity will be eoual to the 23 pwr. Authority has now been given for certain items
rigenuhbltay wtilt equal t the a yi n ge rmd t at T .s 2 New Ge rwed Hedq- t J. future through normal ommerclal chanumel unde
rehabilitation. te bny_ eome frem a certain d_____ ___n_ _on to ___ o_ ____i_ Ite_ M_
the big problems that will section of th.Chmb er ofo. -- .and... detailed Informtion ine t of s items is
Meckt"- rISise of S e
th un reslecd sthe aetm1h1.eiost T~a~5The following goods may in future be pmrhaged
the guns are silenced is the nsuwie rvsi is.t < Jintnlll" r Health P l Seft .m eut chei. pUM B
food for the stricken enemy restrictns wer hesakle tW ss bt A A' neaf __i alhS-eo e I=l0
coutreofuel ,As Revolutionary Measure (1 1iier r lu rtor and
y-held countries of Europe, now that ucov~ranmttor, IS W
Ing and dis.tri~butnglp -- ().-mc ;adqq ~ tatr
believed, will have to be con- tR vle peonlems aevenuec stohens b ntxclurilrt inglud7;t r N
rictly limited quantities until curtails enormously. ifar osucOhte is eo- etlp~lt
the case, all power to the Town lip. wm~nt Ae Ma, th
rictly limited quantities until cy. tailed ^ <. of on the may be on the brink MA the Towin ImprOiemnt Acts, the () Surgc rubber goods but n including sunglmis
Wthoareafter al "tp ? of the most revo- Nuisance Rumoval san Dbisess and equipment; "fo
gets back into fu~l supply. who" are after eu "thue peopWle"na' oia eomsI e PrewenttOn Acte, ari the lateat
es of from two to four years in it you believe t democracy) for Ut'otly social reforms In her Nisnvente eo Atal and the Dr
es of from two to ourp years i oditributing thi d weathamoag tho ty the Institutlon of Na- Publio Health Act of 4; 8 its broad (8) All other rubber content goods excluding tyrm 4
iggested for this purpose, and many by iving empleymen a t~h opal Health Service. According effect wS the *est4Ueinent of the
itions of the world have vol- thAe fcumw. iulon a o moey n a tssUPPort t pa- Ieral Board of Health t bony (4) The following Items containing non-ferroum mB
-ceti o the principave of re y the few. acuulto ofwnc a ber'ren 11`114ted to Pfrliru~iett of wrt cItlnWt of whomn not cue
:ceptd the principle of re- On the other hand it ha hsbea & Wt Paiper by the Mztr was a doctor. Not until 1*4 -
ons o that thed will be an te that merchants, as a f Health combines the m m when cholera w ktlling 0o pple (a) brass strainer petee,
ons so tinal ere wi e an wha tol, are not uatio d with the proessivet priftl i1 of State ser- week in London wu a mdlcl (b) bronic wire cloth,
todiv1du1 with the bask advisory coaUtlatesformed, and the (c) brosewelding rods,
stribution all round of what 3o per cent exce- profits allowed e to the ofdlvi ui with best advisy committee and t, (c) browse weldng rods.
S dtoin t hem and It OdvOmment can lements of rthe present regime. machinery of ublo health rally (d) all tems contain iM, and
ced during that period. Only forced into reduin peni- It has three main objecty, ca in Into beilnsa at lait. e) all Items contaS f tin ,*,
agoorItdwi11obeerem em bereddt-Fiall itemthree ,amainiob gric,
ago, it will be remembered, ture. then there would be urplus rt. free treatment for every Tat was 1,. Now. In 4,
S tod se o,,l have of revenue, and merchants could need, from minor ailments to major the People of Britain bloevt Wat
as told she would have to then say to Oovernment "give us operations. Second, to proved a .at e vlee tk ublic.ht NOTE: With regard to non-ferrous h
rning of certain foods for some back the 80 per cent ece profits network. of the most up-to-da te ay and A e waer su -f
Yos haeabwhich hosp~witanthdamWi$an ae doctor. fe NTE Wthrear t nn-errosmit *
he aou have bee recvI from medical services and equipment. in shu d be free to everywl. They the posbility e o"fit l
ie@r n tax. as there is nowff t eeeesstyl .w hic hospital, the family doctor. fe htwo eia aea through commercial chanels
1is not the only thing that d daao ^ ^ beingff~u investigated.]
is thtteony ing that or taxation of this kind.' dentists, nurses and opticians would not be dependent Uponrth ability being investigate.
It iOt ort-of-SpAin. QU ELTr. be.Included; the country would be to ay for It.
ough unquestionably it is ot Port-of-Spain.l split Inato "Cos, each of which --t a o t
augTh u onume st i b umy h g aa n ,ucleus alcthee Although it Is not known whether (6) the following Items of em-manufactured IrM
ance. The world must resume -- vie would be mecus of all thsel ser- the propoais to these ends will () chailns (tor cattle, do or anchors).
course, and to achieve that Future f o rV sulent. self cornm* up for legislation before the (b) sanitary fittings,
ust beend of te war Iu mympton of genel well be that O (c) wedln ds
a stiteh a Etor, 5dy Guardin o Thinrd, to encourage a new aP- the new "compreheimstie" health( e r
ust be a resumption ofgener notice that. acco ding to the preach to health, which would hold wp
Ae up for the wear and wast- Ewning News" of thp 10th in- service will be in operation within
ke up for the wear and wat-stA-t."Ew ~the Newovernmf nt h in that those who werein average the next year or two, 4. The foilowin items of seml-n'nufactured and
requestnto th e G ety no. ma de a oa lth should be helped to = e 4. 'Me folowing items O 11-n1nufactured and -f u b
That should not take n- request to the City omcll for the tHeels enh ant t "comprensv" rvice Iron and stl may future b purchased through
log oeei d ance signment to the Government of themselves even healthier, and that But a "Comprehensive" serviceirnadselminftebee
long, however, if advance h eoe V r totateat as much attention should will not as many Old thn ns under Iport lcen Caa-
Me b cometen men Thee a King Gdseorge V Park 'or the be Pad o h pevnt' of dis., sweep away all the old raditlons
ade by competent men. There accommoauion th aA Mill- a and istitutions.
sport in plenty on land, sea tarY m Authoriti1teeembered tit theM""(1) Pl ,4 I
air; manpower should be ade- t1 v mr that th Fre e M Aam ed FamUly Doctor.
th a aeil tnt(2) Iron, steel aod gailvanied pipe# ~
the r ar I tue) 't ft of freeom rs hestadsor tor Sad NOTE: Water pipe, skam pipe and o at b
will In many Instances beprtsStheac t hy ,i t p^. wo wn.. o--wr. ^nmn. ^ ^ Wt ^ 4% SN DtI$nwoffered to no c P lan.go pThus orwould Th robably bedbet or7e=fe,fobeIfarytesul.
v synthetic processes. The n resme at .Oor. omUIPAysion. fortr tentrwouldr be sr arybe1fsuppy
194tPart Of Port-Of-Spa0n go Its doctor. D ol err oath oudbeWpaid regular by h
inance-or what means Of normal sta independently of the Health $er- Stt, inate Sinadopted to perform the funr- There sas to be no apparent vice if they wished, thhugl, under Patients. Bo would also have a S ,
adopted to perform t he func- reaon wny military canp tould t Its workings, they would be far is xhaustint life, for the pro-
oney-may not be the most be perpetuated in the h ert of thIn more effe4vely back.d uu by pe. p "osed Heltb Centre" system In- () Tool steel and hollow drill steel
of the great problems that reslet*il area when large mortlons otwlls.ta hoitat and the auxiliary s ,ru Sat the doctor who works ,
Sthe closestattention of the Camp Opgden are to be mat rviet thewor oteWteWhid h day does not have to cope
athe closest attention of '.he Cramp esen are to b. ted Pew o t e with emer ency calls at night. NOTE: All types of alloy, tool a;d hollow
The Dockalte area seems to have new servlc will be there People would be free to choose their ready avaiable, Thi Inraude
i. for0thingsemoveesoiquicklyhere !ne reatilyminimumtofsadTiis anclhelp
)rid. many advantages for the location for everyone who wants t -and own doctor, as before, and ddcr machmery. jaw crusher plates, dIPpe
things are worth pondering by of a camp as It would be within a indeed, will be so detailed that It would b efr i.t crry out thelr :
ople today while the war i convenient dtan of the wharves can be looked upon s the normal treatments without Government m-
Ope today while the war IS where supplies of all kinds are method by which peoe get all the terence. i () Mld steel bars and ihwape, including relnfc
l, for things move so quickly landed, inv'Tolln the Minimlum of advice and help w 4ch gth wan t -he doctort. 1o~ltn rom(5- ) Mie, steeclut bars nd, shiapes, includingriwd l
=e they want The doctor's consulting room I1- t0 Wireincluding baling, Mess. galvanls,
cfome ahnd go in suho raqpidly tranhportat but If anyone prefer notr house it. tead of bei In his own home, t7) Wire nails, stove tacls and hardware tics
come and go In such rapid T u t stands, has all or likes to make private arrange would probtly be in a "Health () Certain types of bolts, nuts, rivet, an4 screw -
that there is scarcely time to the coiiVeSa neeesary la the menms ou0tae the service, ne wIll Centr? which he would share with (9) Wire screen cloth .
way t u h eore!ts n rooms an cine- me at liberty to do o." the other doctors in his neighbor-
Iand take stock. Here such ma theatre, mes hall. ool stor- While almost everyone agrees hood. He he would have nrst-'
onrd as water, housing, trans- ac co-odaton s well as am- about the aims of the new service, class, premises, .equipment and NOTE: Limited quantities will be alotted frI
P housti6 for trooa, there is distinctly less accord on 1!en1lU" t In ll rest room, Brii Wet nd In ,
power demand careful con- This location Wou obviate the the methods of achieving them. atesontt, roUto ,or minor" wes ni
.rn Sov ent ad he choice of VrolrYand omOS s ca m odations."
while there must be clear-cut necesult to a large extent of mill- The government had thev the lo e, saclies orno
tarY vc.kletravecorsfnsuthegbusyeAyouneroranceeaheoeofonatoons
riculture, oil, and other indus- roads o the city, thus M In s tS sel usexpes tn olunt hospitals so long mainechn hand ool.
rod fthe c itys fcolusiolns ntising CCoUldscaM l eprienceand talined by private charity and with 1)Arclua n ehnc adtos
osperity of which would make the chances Of lisns with pub ivnt a brand new organ 1 n a record of magnfcent work be-
liC service vehicles, which have lt eouldrabsorb the acrevemta them, fly take their place NOt:rOrllmlted Quantities will be aoel
less dependent on the vagar- been such a handicap during the of the t ht and weld them lnto hin the nw m o tak ng their y p et O t required. w s
lottheyadweldtheminto&inthe new sciemeofthings if they onw- type required.
sonable tourist trade. act three years In manteming wider future. It decided on the ar willing. They would be r e () Malleable casting Including pip Lfs,
suhicent number of trm, latter.tobe certain general
I people have plenty of sta- and trolleybuqs on the road. The PlanIs Put forward lessMthan conditions about the payment oft be. ,
he will to win and to quote TIs quetion hu eceve ver c tary after the inception, In es and eIentallaion of p-
careful consideration before a de- n of publ health service Inpiasoesa nd would
n Churchill, We hall reach h e are Itis known ty. But its origs n ant fortheir services, but NOTE: Only very limited supplies will be
Churcill,"We sall each islo is adeoadeIfthey wo.l Idscontinue with-''
Sour journey in good .order," tanlalm remis absoluteWhy tthe St.'ir deep lmbed inBritiSh.- out loeos of Indont-ty. .
;hat the race is to the swift. tere no e be a id. r of Anju fatherd IO o5. Subject to the considerations mentioned
begin now to fill In the gaps W.Port-of-Spain.w W I health srhtw o n Zgland when he beoItmnindw, 1 terCOWill beg a suad for the fLprosmo h
f-war Fr te of the T Peaen in Americ or Canada on the b-sis of firm offers from eM |
planss th atou woes.SnFrod' oe is shale1. Fr'om the 1lth to the 16th Publlc hos pitals woUld also be re- countries. .',
he1 te hor coes. San Frnano Coes Frst entturies, public health was conl- organse on an misc bai, and
--- _----_.- The Editor, "Sunda Guardia celtratd almost entirely on the each w oud have It quota of spe-
FURN rURE SALE e n te .n couants. te. e tremol fvaro
L ~~of Sanenad for, .... a^...,en.. .... l~e with the Justice of the would be t-ke to.. the .hosptal ........ I e un tcmeeto waithaa the moa~l ofth opporil
of-S pantandfor that ras e atin as a sort of primitive which speOlalSe4 Inptherarcu ri s see palaaapn 3 o fnd tie o-ppo....u-n
BYI AUCT1ION medi c m each locality. ailmentr? lwtM or ath-erhosacpiata t
goo woe-e td withoutow alt _t* A "As t as th c"" t"r '- whlih hi to be tcueyS mt. --pp be procured to-w- ., na, a through coim--eniua
8ATUEDAT. SITU MAt, less *t bath or washing my hiStaa dieie and magic wer often 'Byn0- This vast r~ortBS&n would PM5~pfl 4', uovetnu~it has been consrderng whatI
1 P.M. t-of f de 570s W Po wdere wood-wce were also Include-chidwifare, Pursuen when goods, now purchased through tne BU ll
*"At -ot~on-ftpam or as theS~i panace forS?^ plics P oen~d al the mul arlous JIdUrtmtit, become available through normal coniietlk|-
SW l t ofUR -TET -SAeint ae apl o am I n1 thE. e extent ofr meia minor' ct11i1" connected with me aceclIng upon such a policy, Government has ~f q
H AN.1 ANDO ] KruST ab beaed.w ter re t* none can be judged-frm theldicne. Much hard work remain mind tn e neessity for preventing any los oo ppo1* 1
lhToured w~t lowith i on a re-s 'tcio lethere ter af on hter mA tualiament aid,. O to be done and many knotty prob.. following policy has therefore baen occlded upon- -,
FavourtaMI oohyPytr urdays. Wl afterouki 1 do notun -teven 820.000-fo r the se',--- --ems to. be thrashe out befref sl,. "
levdtc. Dorothy should. a cur for-al-sone.-, which .National Nelth Srl4 oul take.
woIs le a n Fernanoo, consisted of powder of n Isteard t tm n (ad Importers, who have placed orders with the
- .. by. aU pa y- t ribte to the......v ----h5~s In
theabo date, tim nd place all for^ theu .Ge a e.*e wand..asaan t-mten pe woui i ^ theWlhite Pa- l rtmean bor any o0 me items named In
the epeelato -- e oted and well-kept ....i_ 1t ,,uBi-^nS an4 (ftd3Knodan external) mec--l ime be aO u%.tl. 4 wil- be gwv1 we optionpof canceUini onrU
aond-we---ept and ehc o'. ,t iveup sairt ncme* the quack doctor of the time,, ,te straw In the wind.-,..) have not yet been snipped; i
.ludIn :- d ts t takngaoot -,an w.It was calculat ed-... that Sir Ito- -il
Debls~ e Chair;Sta lS5'mf ,Su~% the?1 1'ma (b) l? ^ ,1 The British Colonies Suppl Mission will W
Simn 4,^ r Bad Newu StMjA ig of. It during Stae Set FrGrand cancel suca Iems< as ccii ce catnc-lled;

Wof Mody 55'5 'en lime atr Th ptoyole --_ ~ *m mbrte
1Crapand D tessing Table with ...'iowsseroaraeoool at ""-"- S" mr mp T* Pn_.
tmn-heR' c00uou -~o~ Burau mui1S h5S a^^ lypso Revue (c) In the Caee of any items which ImPortersi

panelsa mrror and te aterwas stl eng UWa deh.se abbtsto a womnt oih fu aclbtwlai is~i gn^^otpssibe t
Lag Sd-oar wt mirorx take about." *- i *f onceti ? e5?2s ^r Ifncssary, uto rhii or^ control l th


Mornts 3-burerol sove and ^g ^^ ter "-- and W W
I 'o c e o...... stove..'an able Counci w ._th aneMayor. Nevertheless, it was the I St,,he Un -The t e. under the
Oe waste -paper basket Wat hs Poot-of- it- Onlry a tury that siaw th dawn otf anu- p-tr-, of His 7. Importer who desire to exercise the
Moeea4 a a bt Mayor to be proud of. a my opla- uon as a Science. Advoiang ^S^E aoww PbWpta, sacud detaSldnouSl
a0tchen Utennir, on, ventilationJandA P unairwere in,- "Io eay gh.MU aulk, Purchasing Department, befon the am35th
Kitchen Tablens Rot lts WJOSIANILTKAIMNG lu9themselveshboard, Dr. R ard "La4d of he Calypso" is a ColooniO Supply Mission may be gvWn the uarI,.
Radio rle-opWhs'th;toa AidIl Medte AhotDiscoure revue basedn Trinicdg's colour- celing the purcbhae of the t insIn question A
Marbl-top Wastand with EthiopiaAidsA scocerning Pestilential Contagion fu cava the hights of servd that only lniited supPi at sme of e the
Wles, Show-stand. Hat-Rack OMe Editor, 08"B"aY Giar and.Methods to be jused te o Prevent which, th the Mondaymorning graph 4 will be available UVronaCalad dam
Towel-Rack, a canadian Chairs. AMi,- contesWd that he could not !t'e-n-t-t, ofBHlth- a oJour OVWrt to Tesday night's prefer not to cancel the quanUtile n of seb t#.'B,
Garden Benches. m-stand. recollect having read anywhere of JonPowas hIs ast0Isp. have been picked out ibus bulk indents and n.,y indeed prefer to or48
Irtnlnt-ooard Hurricane Lamp. any expressionotraitude on lanthip eperimo"wth the andceompreed into a wo-hour from the United States 01 America In 19" unWi
Vase, .Sde-tables, Carpets one P-art of HlW selse and his people -l lllaWtandthe eneas clsean-. P --r-a-1. .rosUte1e6 bands, In-
5-plev Mahogany lind, Crock- or the rlum of their country and _n ml maWue1 an0 cal4ee ing; M -!
ery, ne;s lower Plants (Uinl- tl ",,-,, ,trm "" -,-, Sot not until the amdle of the ea wil be prmemd ey a" sIt 5. The 1M4 bulk Indent SWr puchaem froe t
cludtmtewis and Anthurtum Inn-- houg ebe ....o 'OPhi- century after thredeaalOf a m w v been Amerio of Item. of unmantMrtured end samm
reader of *wathe news- g-ft 5lemirs of a^ '-5.m 'Woahae
Li~s)adsudis s~ papers, Yet he failed to obsem 'r-- b mete te, terte teenaeI o5W
appear. since country. 04= 00,s0% fors lS ftvmhow"pavs fthe WatIoand lmpcrsiM wno. lt In wof the
Dated thiVday of pi, tha snc te si f t loot fut nori"m'-- -an ,vwdsm omdf d
thi 37h dy o AromltheIto llns, that country has of emea3lWd sse inaks ~d7 o elet ol resa'
of44 the IgsM" b ftthef DUrecOr, 30k Puitbsing
Tirms-CASH on the fall 6Q the *wnetedcatomeamm beghig greesofthe comeuOftofndolUm. an orebob"-me5ba**-- .Wo
hammer. thereby lacfaWrmen and re-.tb unh
Items on viewon day p6rt1 sources a ^ g al at the"ledto1
and morning ofAslf. -ation oValtldr Oe.S- of, Brth S. h Ws-ritph In'a Oti,-t
0go.3,L RAMDIN "OIMJNON. U404m n~Depuy s -I Setflab, saA4 wth avewtgsoW
ssmo^~POL -=s:s5d IS 4W^ .V1
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f ~ ~de UM. ~am ~ ta lraw Sam inueat UM ewar4 MUaO WiqW *,,A .g ft8401Ain*, Vh Alft *AK
af of 3fs000a waea.* aim*** ana 3*aVKL fthu"I i' tb wtI~rs StaM-1
saeai k aTwnhrtag fOcte*AIR, 4 Wi IBCt iht' Sl i r _ ..M w.
V* *Zhng wm#ad siWZ)u1ili tt1OO51', ag ft'4 Rt* v~i 11,nw 0MON44%OOM61 iWbI( ro'vifflM
bae air.i0 Oar time.B*akmW-th Shi ake-u. SB! a Tll;'I tA4t ,'tt i I fJ W in
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MWears Wedding At Sacred Heart Wl SWun tslw1111 ^ :^^1 1' u k
RTaSix, Iana e C MTca e s T dor, 1 4 r .0 j ev iv to go io thr .tat;l W* *4r wi tr i hor,, i, gr $S vlem th w ih..A I 1*n p t 0ICO *


S ^ *'^ ^ ''^0C. But, and lint. al~(z)Priv'a l ITH Iate lsmtlaon hte .i. Awfc-i dmm^^^ .^ tw.nc 1 w(m Q! Tr~wfdt Lx! tnI j'm 'iftj *tf suboii ..' tiwi 1 "^ .^ ^ ^~
*eori St waI hs i,1ar6* iM G. Ritt, m d Re gol to hiv "Teriqw TMCU 4f ttr .M s a ck i rw hU
Mrn ^eb. On iwa ,I id"n W'l'n' 1lcla !Pbl tit'c IIOIOI 1AIAJ1 .TO twas the1N w i oe iuapin N, S Iate. ttUV iwo "
he IT^ev^ atp^ rd ai MW m Wnd Vi ,t0Tk adPM o.-tA m) ^roAp Q'
a I U kuIiok 1J. A. Pasentie and the late MU jThm Vwas a option at U nd1r jdoll SvItljp fte 1*t*r 4,M Morm Ari Who bhlk)OM 10li Ne'011 1
wad te u. IPateceZ w asU Oemmt i t the1.1!Mm, Haw~s brm* T ltifm, 6rn .h The Ir 'fetorwhe~r tdoows bin All Ihitt.b,1rk'~w*d 1,,pT. ~t -1 WAIRTI$; N45Mb. )0" r, a Niiel 14 1ta a* 4be*4ATIM (It
;WftlveyJa a OMM Samol EP= oruI'Ch S?112j7 ueM sbekzt Capt..Tudor, Thp ~ia 'om mIatirC, t 11e' r ,merv, h-,reae *Avps .li n4btam" h4at smm*i. $~toet ya
609md wpzakwith a im i of:tgmi o-Smtitt, Mss Gralte)m wi ,h tun t 4,k
Much&= tl mad tube rom. IMM'a uod MrUe nubh. &Pt-vwtl, .I x themov to" v.Hr. S) 1 FL L
gIres his eOeserinM 1t thrwk gf'140.I 7sri b** rt' R i i it d b '


InBR At 7 w OS~ Cnt. lurgmasMkms1 a M 1L l gathr. lelif* Mmt's" o O'Sle Tn.- "t4 s*ieemel>* aut 5*:, Ateir ito' '^ ! *~ SN> ^^ A ^5.ti% AtA^ ^ _
MMP Mae .. t.Anrn%, abiall: teju anod c8A ing m tUco mr iet. and MumitsP, cGading, 1ew, brirning gwreoud rfOCW.*:rr I& InIMW ulh itir s~tritar.,eedItu NPl'. 4if 410~~t&t ~ m h ltaSot ia- m'
&(boIr, thwa =de a*" rv Vm zA MMAt.K WinslowJ cn u l AMWas t e aa S im I= lov .weMte M ur inel slat. the! -01IM-k In rfes)it n d *'U ---. runt jcrti P it b ms-j j %WT.%> b -hwl ot r) A, w A t < %
F M~naowchitY ridid>msiiTD., in elkm, W )I iSS Tbe bmor i I.Ii was ipt I ATi d 10n17i40 inhf Ia. Mv.t TA wv yfrwM iiu uvf ou. W*""* ^ ,r* 4-4 lot t tHl t^ FKRA 4vt Of


^ ^ 84mS 'B pm Sio1 l~ ini 3T''iext Minimt *Rh'.. .*irmfd;. &rl i'on 4rsrf 1 .'mntfi Lr I~ l tow- i t hfi demvr bc itt i'w m>< r em'dl r'wn fro sTe r 1ht~ 4_t A" --~i --U-_ .--
sot Cts Tt h' nM bra-I leading c""Up^r. 1.h*: i.rnmi orll'm"' Caf,1'111'm 'm'-* ham 'RSKotk that. Oo0 iiiamIy iIi'iiw $a Ait'5 1r* ot'5W4'CI *i't vi-, (u AM. dI ^_ irl_
mm's padres Jzi Miumm!- in 111e I M n y~ r im
he U kes SW% *adtwo-! aimacthlf",timbire1 ~ 'C'i' i jdm 14ohicam tW *11kAi__
MolWhowasto be but- I 'ai w i
Ifeha o evafr iWm n InEngineering' On TR.zOu'sCMU AT TM *~ ~ 'r.tfm'-5 Ohi to
NO d laemi bi'im mitr. 'wed-!-'m 41391C .0"omIntI erme cemio'mmt *Ahut~ci


a^iflnnrid, ~ ,. imC-i'nta IuT iWB^r* b11 '.'" r" l ~'< | s~mdt aA If ianls *E frAl '
B"CA t 7 0c`X.loc k To nig h t t tin I. ti hina hU~rUikt HkR" '4 omsii'mll?4 e A! iLt ,pe h)~5-00CsiSSe ms ci
SO ei t b irc-i-bi ean t < a-o". h 'rrw0- HrhiwO`1 4tC1 1 1 Ci9md*'mi-,-i'Ti II I" rt u-hn N all W


Pltrhtlao t>< Pri' I*.'*ttz *lrf"> 0 1';,re i~~tB V ?** *i' belu !eIXtovdedin tche, ''5et ltr'u.Sroim IeAtve SAnd At 11iU 1 hi5 -vp5.V I k
aft USe a le31ne aS t DO.4 I ?mQia O 1 Vure a M 0 i'tmere) hmi'rt& 41f v -T OCAY : OfteeeMr. ide to do so Fl t hi: ( air) POT Tha SiuTl"rIusf sKrwortMus IL;11 101 > fx bett^ la M la *1 n t, ftue ci lstf Ui. 7 101
OR-eIAMU! srltnandO, blies or1t02x. The23adCliu-" Rx~st"4 IIlt, Ahis;"l' crir

04 The cotae was tow'aa.d"^ "" Pulun vit^' Dani 4)nT 9B^"^ A.-TOD AV^ 1A :v Ccm 13i m^, wv^diTst Mla
the besiuniam fvla Cewi1. MFurapand Ilorsiti. a1"nl P M: I a k thoTishiusanid c-fivwi.' Ag~flit, At) ham. two 10No Uto15I y u b t
k ~. imit.L" UaBNa. R.ms BwiM ILLkmmsutar pi U1tr 48. Abs in oohma133O, r u v M' v w< m:he ovft Ii -errin;l laltmour gri t rl her, be a" .ht liir 11 w TA11 0
~i.)l .U', W. VtAniM' 15Srnml Eebami'all day to k 0 01
-.A. P. Cej r ~, ~Mto .0Nw;SSCatyviitn 'i wo pmtor i'm ulirthe trait, of &.rid l IYV.l i-on lflO 't0 nnm~
N .;Ai9MaX:)n'=.Nosj1ts C0U. ollatU' 11314 M AMeitzi&1 tir-, 5I1S ft 's ).h2]oc:.eelwg 'mr ~NgTam- camp lov t-ru rti Oontlis, zS.l-i-'d
K ahite upe. Mr. and rte i p X u IGUTB 3 .45 C, ? an 641rk N* *: 30.1 r.m ; i< nKe'U i I t1 Shirtp 'hat, l'oi him lawmt
Mr^& and U W Um Queeou Bad plf UPIOrdbmm. caCjuet.4C le CMA re K7.11? v i soti 7 0Ne. obsmei'wJtohc Ar so. )ApIll. 11A4 I,-, u ele $m-'
A.Bumzb, Mu B.3 1C1711 ]Ht14-MA t23, XP1t1il5. 4 530 7 IN Rndsi nt it' Cm' .: It 1is 5101'm.I *T1s.SvAnt gto bet loh xrilIp
2<SmrsS5& tt-' .mtlhOverpea.,os AONVNess 5.M UIt' 0 \1 ".-k" -- owtI eliiigs h vnivebt 1 1po a li%1 1
A- O5'mt krxnoa Min5 tmedet .14 tmhm~sx t IN Mtwrroa. .n t '! r>X C14'Vtrly lfltnn(,d tliis iran b h l r 21 N its o In30 tumiA 1vh 4, the
Us. C. Roca eo r Y & #4 St artw 4. a Osoii onaasdp r-at b t m. siaparkRn p- .s is-moo'm~ g hunibmu -All Ihi lolt lomhm orhao
p4 SIl; GO T C~ Mn ictipaa. AU, ea ta rnist if e 530 154.Ititi'A '2P IV I 'i~h re thtAtiom to the thilltP4 SOAl4.N-
RoasSenoir Aiftedof at~
MM Stanhope- wsable r Og otra. :AmtDraniels
wk 4 a Caagalk(tai D. wali AwipN 446 Nets IS A -TmOMORR5OW
Mra .10 es lndsa I&45a Owa
Uw wp. to Etarkom(-a %.am P.M, a04 1"'MeA Ivim the Neal, 3it
OL 3MA ULMr bert Pat- somallsawt s ft. ius5t Mwaine for ==*taf'lep SS r" Ill
tol 'Ms. Ow ruc. i 67seyat Goddard: oftm is Imam, f
LKC IM TIIus--Yae-"lam am idTheir 0.14" *SOS Nm, 405 .5('Ia ,70 YawsX""
Har m. M .veeder. -M UF MOE3oafs 1 andals ?uiaomn; M9*ute' -30t 7SMaillCall. IS dli Nes.,W
; .4iater. Mrs.. uteh- a. ati', odo sevte v trum Uned ivsa"1.0rlommtoat:.065 5 t,!. -
R& DL atitbews, Mr. Re- mat a Loveday; Iss w*,IW.I ktcesm etwot RolvwTeNs l
Mr. T. TowMi, Stu Oelli?,P147011 by the Parl ~tIis om -s. cd-3109tIM
Maim 3~ Size.. ativt Orcseteita. Cntated hip FaifWt a Cttte ao m I-. .1i-
mad Sir. John aln,* amp'T" w" usomadsi; 118003News -
An r. a:188 alorapi: laose Zatormae. W O-O~
1*h3 .W 1111111001Mtdassim A.V 13010Musis tor mma..Lv ti011
Abme Lechlou~iriudmm~dSi r 15, J. ~aWith DI*hosS ab13. 3685JV*A Charms.To 7a,
~sSuda~s E GtO@&teaajov-4 (Atustr~a lan 4Mat). ow! ews
their beese- *OW 12 P .fseeOX X)1 Ike3 5Is


ly's Diary
1lbM at Trnldad Coun.
d t ilat Perewrance
Mmig Events
Lvwmaft rettal, I'oiaut-


Ipvli: .&30 Callifamii MoSl l, ft. a.,- '


Sol:513 New: 9.0 Isasit"1a; I,14 L asA U 0attrf ~mtavl 7*1 toAndro
IKowtalaaetr: ".30Charlie lkcCxrttbiRed
Varlsr Madbm Mated Air ere-Your sR Thseat;"t.,00 NCO Ii 1
qws. aGerao's Concrt Orchslt rWtl Raywm n gcot: WS ?R fo ,rm elk
Girt krohirs) ; 10.00 suarerse; 1034
Tvd Bay, OUTs OWrs- Roderick JiOt. Conltente Hour.
it tes. at CtraonlM: Bes DatlM;: 6.00 WVOI-TOMORROW
.lmsMtee Asihor: IO N m o & Conmemo-
lazy 7.00 Talk-Stcienv Nolebook: T.15 PM: f *a -I. M TNow; 1.$lt ,10 PAS'
Dlieut Music 1l|t. 1
Orhestrail Muluc: -LO0 Current BEesn- Grlt Mulae: Sl.S Ntw: 7.00 Ctletw I
!lk by D"vld Riymond: ; .1 Bl5 MisifX. MIe SOiVTt < SIuy-B i Stli t: I ,30 AblbU
BBC Thiestm. Orhestra oandwuted by avouri!e;S. aatse Iutffe'sy Tkrn, R.30 Km
ford Robinson. Loruty Dyer e opuorao: .xi a Ui; 900 Nw.; 91 i1lsi!n Rhxthnifs-
News: 9 .10 F rom wdaty' NewtIperp: 930 On* Nilght Sltand; 1000 NightoI 0i
.53 Bandstand: 10 00 Nua Headlnes:l Club: IO45 Nocturne


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V & GATE PUREED FOODS
nlly recommended when baby
Months old, beginning with
"PoOnfuls daly just before
"y feed and nereasing to
W day at 12 months.
I My ftny purwd, baby'S


delicate stomach i able to digest
COW & GMTE PURBRD FOODS
and so obtain every parmcle af its
nourishment. COW & GATE
PUREED FQODS we also of great
value to Invalids and can be ob-
lained In the following varieties:


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Your BloodlHIIHIliilm-.
Your Blood is


your Life!


Your blood Is your Life.
Without pure clean, heal-
thy, good blood you can
have no real health-no
life. You pay attention to
all parts of your body, but
only when ecaernas, nin-
ples, sores, ')Iolhy sxIn
"love worms." boils and
other skin eruutlons hurt
and dLsflgure that you be-
ain to think at p l of vnur
blood.


It you suffer from any MuOM K
of the above kin diseases, pa 4
thait is a sympton that
your blood la out of order, i
and there arn Impurities
to be cleansed from your as usan.- -
blood stream. RECTORS .
BLOOD PURIFER ,leans e .
up ugly sores, pimples atd ad .-
othAr unsightly siln all-

8f for a clean, healthy
akin, free from plmpiee
bols, sores and otner akin
dliam caused by impure
blood, start aln yur
cours of xdea 05l-N i k. w eL
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uin 1.IMACOL-The Fiwvnm of a BIkWM in a MotlI.


Their naiv n.any ums for LIMACOL, such M as ..__ .
uniburn 0 Inset SUnp and Ile. 0 Masage lom Tltvd Umbe
Tired I pet and 0 Tired Pa.e too Hot Nightl 2 The Moreml
after.the.milght-belmfoee pign \Waing| the ailt out of yar HIf
afrr a .va-buth 0hompoo Hlair LotUiu 6 Mouth Wsh 0 AIler
811nviig Lotion.



LIMACOL
The Freshness of a sU S In ea ottlt
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I*Wmo my Wer fifth ApAil Duke of Glwete

desires transmit followvI movle" bolM I

vWiM you oil lmWf on your fortheemw SeciMol

AppeWl for my a- Stop t Is tify toolumt i#tW

tfh peepio *f TdiMd s ond T6b~ag will ispe

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to, Look Ou;_"
soft linen tn .
ga eur wwmi" m i a "-- M M CM
The MsdhM~t at I foals elm ain lbi It 2t Ih
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;t t hi esal l ama, ltmL
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pre.-D eseni alc to aM tlovely tlmt i plief t orW oftM- T-a w ^ W
wow aet 0"M t= (hm "MetbMs






tl4 a 2 ab ve
..teel.e upwar s Si1t hmWOfS tIUe __t
Usml a e your skin 2 Die o eta ffi rnis r set ead-t
toa miing atrc the sames o a f-i (Th
Vry erl creepyy throat w reu ita a res
(wa Thn for iftht AMaM 1 strns
n inu tt .. tr LookOa1f t
xW lef toni the skin Wi e It f *ij r 3




Hf)tlonedA pat sh~ea dmir on.e li^_ .t, ffMIBII-y W-ith-- --mtU ^W
mvM, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 0 yourwd u o i~irii
wit a oft linen towd. hid Iwt55 Sp lit
A helpful trick in ol o ( ft te e.
tdsy reRp Jwe 0ou r saw WK.* intot.
hii rwit6 tl An VWlt, in o rludi hv ng El s
$the euMb, and rtotatuei at Otr Chave dI r pit
tavex hlle efrom the hin up to t he -wi It 1 time
jai0 A ft litle ofrot t on UL"c.W Sl
This has a Afrming toning effect yo you it ardI sot p s A
thaot It ertreunely good. And watch doctr fr n caWl~lA he
your posture. A dowager's lblumpln e are it. w
c ap r th u ib, ndkly and tl is not d y S
easy tO banish. trPWfe < potUte usibly more e *a"S K ret
an E workingboroate 1t lttf thee kies AInu for
sure-Is aeential to a loely throat- sp ~" ^c orsoft oalk V tao
milk at tae u ceeu It if
Answers to'Quix etrL1.~
MuOh Mara 49 fresh eae-
following are the answers to f# lH salare If ;ib;e 60 ad
Thrin ida dQuab1 re on o PageROm"efruits CalciuM 1sBanw!ioBam
1B. pillachate An eMW Iodine. alo
(1) 'Mte rwnatflanneeded to supply yoew bAete (and
(2) An Indian chief.In cldentally you naill) with en-
(3) The king of a South Ameri. fsty andstHUMAa 91
can r on.r itt alenat 1 Mbe ever
(4 iAU thtre. day In a little Walarm dt Ol. Mnd
(ndA Spanish admiral once na, lrtthey C beho maNsaged
tioned here. oenerrly With nwillo00, your
() Sir paph Wooord. hanes with &, a M i.oandetton
(7 Princrx Tnwi. glove worn to bed.a
A(i A mvallparnt I neded or spli tu na r (awtbend
13) An i d ettlennt sche l deCtaF-O 4o0 "heend ofithend
(10 A kyraMid of rough atone. bmkak.








T ca 0 11Lm.BrU an may bU A" A


UL! 5 MUIRMUAN
BASBADON


rin ner & &)ancing

I'figtly

THE WEST INDIES MOST
POPULAR SUPPER CLUB!
Temporary ubMein mt
be aranged.


ft


I ~.b..


Umm M -mt s MI Xbi smaua whe wewaon awrt Id i n bwa
aM ade tglins t ijmisi w ft I Baym= &me, ef Wt lacn
Mis A Um#ao" I.a m d Mn' ia. ,m t ombeb, &f w*.J,
3ibio md IM Osill Is a, member .1 the TU.VN.U.b


Meat Question Can Be Solved

By Keeping Stock Of Pigeons
mly iOAN Lim cL
Although there is at present I seo Mi apply of trMt to obtained.
both of the local variety and lso ImpUdfed ot Otbet Dte, We never
know how long it MiW last and 1 I old stMs bow iMportant it Is that
housewives, specially those living in the country or who have at 0-
eetable amount of Irotifid., to keep whatever Ulivestock they feel they
are energetic enough to look after themaelvec


Ii'


sMALL OUTLAY
About the only necessity it a
good eeat oosposed of coflpatt
iev.s which tcn be made small at
im and added to as the oCotalofi
detnanda; and a pair of pVSohu.
*bieh will cost about 5O or .VI
a pair.
Their feeding is not a great mat-
tet and whatever you are at the
minute IAnUig to find or f pol-
try will do for them. Actually they
like scratch raitln, orn, boiled
####Uwe wrap Otkrle bead seaWed
in W*ter and 80 forth,
They cen be left to thoeewve,
Ay and hatch their lt o tEite


1---S aa S^ ^^ .a.h.J.i..

W E take great pleasure In0 i
nouncing to our friends and cus- I
tomers that on . r


Monday,


22nd May


we shall have on display the
bigti eAMortsUt Of


AMERICAN


DRESSES


comprising -.RSf,
CORV s, LnINS M *


at. various pri 3at esdmowf


Ovft 1i.- 4m.w m Aw ewvm ud h huwom


Anthony's


MSt' WEAR


haiy mSot ShUe.--- A
s.ria Pplm Pyje~e $4.0(1
Pe.ArvSNliSeeka 44
Femy ArtSMkSocks.b. 5
PlW ArtSllkSocks A
Polo Shirts___ J.5

Gad

LADIES' SHOES

fleck tnd White
Small Sizes
Soporb Quality
$1,50 Pe par

TO CLEAR!


hdallt without any help and mall
Wii very quickly. For nting,
birds about six weeks old which
have niot let the nest ate best, ma
at that age they afte eMy to ca-ch
and are also very tender.
Thete ate two excellent ways of
Oolinf theii and one, perhaps
slightly the nicer, is to fry them
cut in half in egg and breadcrumbs,
In the saME Way a 1a chicken Is
done, and cover with a brown
Iravy.
t e other Way IM to roast them
whe with parsley stuffing. oth
will be welaomned by the fMauily Md
111 make a niee change in the
Mfenu.
kere We have the recipe for the
broWn aUe
ROwn 0EAtVY SAUCS
Take I pint stock. In a Irying
pan fry one chopped onion or two
or three ehlt w atter U n'il
asie. wel and& tha edaMgbe&
beave to boil five mut anO d
then #41 Ohe d, ert poonul of
flour. 611, qulily to prevent


If you decide ts tuff the pigeoft
thi u the eung to us e.
PAMUlLt sTtlW
Half cupful finely hopped pfs-
ley.
I e@Upflal Cted bteac*tnWb.
Jute d o e mio or two Ilm*He.
1 e #and seaWnrng.
Wan I gtgtlntel tgJete ither ith
the egg well beaten. 9 into a
paste adO W6 iUo the pigeofl
sewing ur the opening with needle
and thread if considered necessary.


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'fflAL a^iaB
iekSBNii~


S=iAr eN
Now"M ow


to MR"IP"OMW
cobl their d"dlra aGd fliavjW 8~ t
fin. gould alwsas be a p155W'. n~i- ' >u~*
of a painful task often under-I
tamb with re=ctance.


ures yuctiron
igat~ft he qwftof dress is
always lnftteothn to at *dbnaa MAft
whn Myo ane Invie 0u to Rdinnr i u
hld, fotar Y. .a &o pomom t to tte
host and hostess Ifyo e wtil]
a sa tuitdbty ewI (r he.-a,
iron. T e la aty l|mptaat
ld you wti 4M wel to fkiAd out Ma
much as 6ib o abut t m A-
sloil for whteh you are Ivtod tooft
eamurs that your dreeq Ii *pW-
p" .
Dancing ? ,


If th dinner Is to Ve followed
by at fotrMal di4mo thOi yOU 10 f
four wear aft l evin d
' ~ i ':

q .. "


6


hts I. a useiM I
mse> wbhih 4
PIth a stmtl


uimoit endless -(
wear and will ensur
lust the thing for
Oils long blalk
Aloft one mrpm
tabl and If thfse
PIfUsfoe topa thU
tVti@tlfe. beca atiaf t
cn be worn In thid
the skirt. inside the
with the pinafote
"Irt or two In
which *wIIn teasu
with the blotuM Ib A
lion, but not,
Lace a ilfwestffe
SaniTtr. WmtIlW
And
Ongwe IWhehll-
Ouf de a bfladctt

Colored Jumpwji
aleA n aet, ttlmi
eas or a t
W colur orfot|
bmot1gtS


Plain1 Det&-u
^^PTQlr Tow ur* 4'^ '"MBtotoaMn t
A-ga* Ms'E


" --th mm Go eoua, CAK
... ...ith -ii a.. gotadD
sdtawt tot d te. Nut i Ia M N w
te wear one thatI not tee uoIo dmi r rd
one tiht HnA cfuAtr 5B
WhIteb ean be W* it i e4t1t thtt ttdil
wear &ythm thl ePwUZ l )u
or you fie rag-bow
fare you jct % the Udono. Buy Good Thi
Cinema? aet abedl
ff t1ficla Methu ellteftgngimt f nwnberr
Wprve aPt, ildit 1 1 14 He M ef run fore,
wea. ulnr late* MU *0oatl RHlr cheap ones.


I


SPECIAL CASE OFFERS;
ALL.DMhAL Df% eWie with Metal LUt
aId Ibre l lk* se
fr ......i
4'6 ..
6* WOOD SbW 0MOMW wth 814erala1 4 el
spritn sad Fibes IMttea e..............
VI or a6 MUTAL LINK &MMOOS ......."*i
CAVAS IOLbMO 60CRA .... ....
h. ROSE


4


Into this category comt chickens,
tbbits and What I ftve chledy to
mind today, pigeont. I think that
msany people do not tealite whAt
xcellUent eating they are and hoW
easy to keep.


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MoAM










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IM 1bt ;t f Iitl a uvt ta. AMe mos
Bkss TWSWU J Uit 31536 U5V# th uOf Uwthli Ill Wtai
=t1a.Utt lite Kidb ei4," aad It U aM a i m
wluist. hU~rt M5ki with tutair (atgM, w~ll hi
TIm. witeail _11h=e iCl V t at nt
allt i ibn A I Will W hi1 on I I lSel aW.
.nd W ht Oh w @t. OutJgSM re-
e M th e am he Alt Mit USsq p
B .!n."*ltt X to Nso 0#M t 1&, r the South
tU 1d t O m, SMi. V. ias anudM =igranotments
tisisewon t *MN la go down troM Pbrt- nlM-n. More






S *
oT. iSam= ulatnuale *tlr Nifthy of a, wh_ gave a
at on .as nrwi P atweahes todo h nouhr. 1th ladle wer.
ithte ma rsame t eo hailtal etnoWfarda,
Uthr Invlted wen Mrs. Joe 1 Oag t t1airs. beltn Verrelrs,






o't 0+t" Wieht MImll att a. !necow. Mrs.uidn
Faryeh, Mn. Lwrd AnTilf i J Cter Mr.
Jim r Allstour Tolyor, Mr*.Att -tir Mit Gorge
B^Pnfik ~ ~ ri aeIo,o art ootle . Nodriguft
afrt odt B ZIs Rena oeiaohm Moies, th i n u
*mni4 "'- a Mtis Bon e .on.a wh, W.e .moCrtney,
m, Mn. Bill Larson, MrpS Geored AIMr Mon. Banke
SnMra. V. Marque. Mrs. M. Taylor, Mrs. Owte ive
lartueL. Mrs. Leslie de Soua. Mrs. A. Acosta, e te. B.
R.todulgueh, M s. V. ionwlves, and Miss Dorothy Per-
Kalad AB en a .Oft fe.ri U*d Trinidad people who have
-o be o te spdhflWftg dortl6iltte Which Ih taing "Land at
1ihei2va1 mi1t l reeue being sea8 d by the Press Ciub
TuesdaY. M2y11Id teW afatpr A.E..Stokes-
3lX JI : Mwu BHis WOrship the Mayor of Port-of-Spain,
10. TASCIIId1Re CJ. M. itrel, Mr. 0. B. XHitchin, and
1eed of the show will be given to Anglo-American war









r C
scrvile to Mr. S. E. 3. Paul, .P.1rimnclpal adminle.
offlmer and acting magistrate of hoban, who died
Km held ft St. Paul's Church, San Fernando, on Friday
__ thf oflde -traedy officiatesand the relative and close
te t Mr.la t were lw present to do honour t his memory.
AR KtAT InWorms me that her School of Dance reopens
S. "Id rtat I Wlearals will begin at ones for the repeat
th.dIf .te, Which taksm lae it the Prince's Building
In aid of the Britlh Red Cros. Booking begins at
V~tW^VDthat Nix Exicellency the Acting Governor has
iillto Nlvo bin patronage t6 the Xdifth-iOtlh cricket math,
ke la at Skinner Park on May and 29, to decide
Sthe Beaumont presented by Mr. Beaumont, a former
,Uit aof Trinm d adseholds, ld., to be senoited tor
ated that Mr. A. 3. Ruthven-Murray, the present general
WTIrindadIJieaseholds, Ltd., will be present to see the
u dwas Victot &and Jerey Stelimeyer,
ial for the North, Who are the preodt
VM Wit =W= i t1 t Routh, the matdk sho"l
tam tfilwl t oavel to Sa Iterietue t I tram on twy
eAwnilg, l Bth wll b etlhiM ft i4ta
i i-Ph, L4 play will edtriftilae t 11.80 aai. Okaf
hl-Khag held lat week at General Solana's hore, Capt. the
M i A. A. Ciprisai was re-elected chairman of the Trinitad
EI~pe.* Committee. ImportaAt niattert we l *stumd, ti-
ru aisciB to send representatives to till Pau-Attrlab
MAire and Colombia later this yuea, initltlaO t4
xtenadd to Trinad.
ng^A. *~grP bett ateat c* Cafrbat ha* eaaiuy-
UMip andtla idt Ia liMd? h flua PACM5.aflerre.
hail. here, though be 1"s e beat a little trying
Ibfikwteter due ties lut uMA mreughL
5se *
ad1 MRS. 3, 3. K4tIUt have just returned to Point*e4-Pierre
ft l alnjoal holiday at theb Oaf View notel,
go I*P a&ccoPapunte y1V their eblidren, w ke had a
pasesegife *6 the United States Inrluded Mrs. May Ifugeas.
Sfi-O"W ift* SM^KI 1111. _M bal ""n to
g r. .in Old, While ater Mra,
fwon recently, Will have mdcal action,
jt~a~lrtrt s spe*mi to have test to Canada latwy, *am
frwho haveone oM WP6 l acopanled
tafflgfta' Mt . sad Mr.. J7. Stanhope-Lo'ell, Mr. andt Mrm
N155faaS Ms H. 0. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. M er.
|KRU far Barbados last *ea W* M I. L. .ty. Lyo and
MEESSLht vl 14 Vlet % Zo eyha talSel a bunalow, at Coral
ltE!. win spend ave month; Mr. Lyon expects to be
Mt Month.

Tis 11


TYPICALLY


h FEMININE!


*.. ore the new 'dreses which we hove
just received, in keeping with our
policy of always having new stocks
on hand. They combine charm and
chic with value and utility Flowered
silks for afternoons, cocktail dresses
and those cotton and linen wash-
obles a a


99


to


SFor your DRESS at your PRICE


Visit


,udreys


I dus"w.
DRESS. SHOP.
Ii" *^n,-a"mA a ga nmmao"r


,'' go
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..... M-4 ... .. 1,-.1^ , ^^yti'. ...
'/ - o "c ", *. 'f* '1 ',- ', f , ,



*1% ^ iii^ ia mi k
^~ ~ ~ ~ Bahie stim.^^^^^ sa 4woIsha ,w a l w B B l


orrqI resleI tl aet


aw, like the I ti h roua o Keen larmle.
tie western front Ist111U uyMIod
S S t -1F---
Dmuuain II UM WW ~JAMTJAlOA. uC
The USam S9 M 2 w z.,w ulLoanusc c lti nu1mnt
naisle with a aftM 1w.M
tftn ii fta u deW mnl d MaYe ar. ftrmr tt ti
fot an IlM seof 11 i uhtS h ew No t nthS tm. t Mm
btoUih anr the plmhj subetd~lMlU s~ffgnM Bs ISSI iSmifii~
pr wma a" c tmb S uXt tatuWat.galtft INN hr-Un, 1 e,
Ur imp 2F r0=16 w TIM t ,,
t- t o nd Since the commercial bang rate
plto e1 tame ny U. hl tast been cut to qn per cent i*1
tat 1 V6 1~lti I mIm ml.O
the no interest*Wb ob oi

from "Moo 5 orex- fft o tae adManta1 of t his
p1oltt BliOS ud 0 to if I W It of r OftOf t Mt Ofer, App eallnt e .
the IMpisawl o reduce a t fitho n y go.
te -6i411 a kw n e ia "Y the tfs lan honey will be *At
BRI1111ttth t** 'ReiStiaions chl oft Works of agricultural ie-
hi" Itseuts ino1e4s UP. to the velol; lt, to supplement fwtds be-
resft figure 84 cents, ut now Ing spentin tt* same di"eticQhi
that sports to the Unfl States Colonial DevelophtL Aid *Wi
sft IUt?, the ind ltly cla lnms fart. v llet n
lhat It 4a1 be paid 12 tWint per * *
biMh fltwe out Of the proeftda of
thtls Ports, And still leave a
8tt9titlMl ifiltrgIo of export jirofits iit'Vey
to the te t ofthe iamlrtl dov. St. JO- Nt, ANl tYlA.-Ai nt,
e"Mont, quiry tthe stwar lhdusmro to
In order to represent the ease of being SMnUcted bY Professor j. w,
the banana grwers to the Colonial Richal*tS, e dtw tle Mlit
CIe, Mr. K. F. Williams, one of the OoVeinient Of the ifhama.
the meanfers of the Jamale Ban- Profeswt ichardson, who ts
ana Producer', Asoclatlon, Lt. (a Professor of tnuustrlal Reltlft l It
oitpanyi WhiCh pew tit of the Leeds TJUIVIty, was loaned tb
bwtna eotooeratlvIe movemerat> the Bermuda Cover- ment as eco-
and heal of the 0entral Bmtnana lMiIe O advlsfr and lckter went Ib
6,wsltm Comnittee, has mon*e to, tm Dhabnth at the trelst of the
ttlanad. oolrnment there.
0 I 0It wIt one of two Bhamas d*d.
Rates to thC PelTat West ute
Water Prtbm oConfM en In Bftrbados.
KINGSTON, JAAIldA, May 4.- -
water It still the main fttUlew Dehate Aletla gi
here. As an urban 151tWs ItIt Sunday Oniadlan Cenepanf"t,
e5l # rave sol'per'Ms. A ffe ST. GEool', GRoEMADAIay
tefwt hIyS held.btt NOW1 13-The EdUCatftn Board's debate
that they hvarto s ipped it tkO on dual control of schools was
Ih the drughLt is etartng all OWvr oltinued on Wednesday. It ltt
olgn,. The erwitago tnflm whial already lasted four sesilom and Is
hasft a pteitv ot f00 iflloift gl- likely to be muh .pafeated,.
Ions, One of the chief sources tf At Wednesday's meeting the Rev.
iaumiiiifiunmHHIwntIHInmmniIIIIHi...H.IH ...I...........


.(Sine


and


chance


TONIGHT


AT "I
TRINIDAD COUNTRY CLUB

000 to TMt
o~ni
ltfC TPO ]It RAD

A"
CgSEiU .B "
ONLY %-MILE FROM POIT-0."OPAIl
Chomps |tyli i 'Phone tI$
Nembets ll I.
M MM u H M Hkh..11....


NOW CAN I HAVE MORE ALLUIE?
MNt-JHM 4
^filT^ffHIIflf~lfl ~ off~tH saB(|)meI W7f


EM IT W MI INIM 3
All ALLIUE TO YUR EULEI
VShmavm. ... Ma M..ee Sg


__ W~ -rftiias *fff imi~o~G |^J

rfawUNitlhljl r


C C
p44 V

May I-hBW. Rut Men reeelw6
h %e that Mr. etette h lat, WY t
Imn aU d hMwli* iow h s O, y.
ln ttM ki t Loidon muvedtj
blh psiWfU the OehjUlht Ihd T
PethoIot. exatntlm at uy
Owt lri a t will at thte flttw.
a .degte later.
Mr. Clarke has WMO lNn ehOMit,
vi-efipteain ot the l"MHb OM tl
MWn a. td hbs now Wmon the t r lpe
slue for football, eril 101M.
It 1s also lernt that M. tity
Oble, P~n ao Mr. Vl Ottle, hill*
ager of the 1Berbtdrv AdvO*tew
has colnoled his sec~tirl yearl iI
medicine at MccOll University, Moh-
treal, and is ging tO Englnd 1 l1
a wheloiul".- I


Wish yohr distsft citirtt Wy kd t
*Math gastr acIdty, hrae tdV~~el
bt AlWM aetaer' tWtt'woy atf t I
ietail *lements which help to eoa
traIt *"rmtnhina misery" alMdttal~tuc.
11 site contuiat m~ltal-U %tgnh lb
mep "eutrmlit *W suites l' ot lbs i0W
tsthal trwtL
PAt~n8slf *sv hf. It b
beh a pate ftH~ver End en StitiedS
PWAesi th tik*. wit ala WUW D. peo
ftq itfethflls AmhfltAet afnet Il
two ifS.
*By tailhg AIkaW.Stt 'thM n!iht
bweore" yf can ery oteth vo6m te
distress of dtue moitt, try h I


"THIS IS AMIRICA & DO NALD DUCK In Cew

tMOtV, I adM -lMh flitmWt am Aletander Knex hi
WONNB A gt L .cA p


ROYAL
------- ON I il im j l

TODAY, ofid Continuivig,
4,45 and 1.45 hIty,
UNImb ARblIHT' MUSI| l
Mt'bRDI&L M"MTISRT


Lady...

of Burlesque
with larbmra Stanwyck


GIRLS with FIGURES
that would even worryN
an oddin, machine .


.-- iioxs-
Tfty, 4A1 A IA,. and
cooMRt %o-w~w-
I ,asmsaaq 'ml'ematw-
1-SHIPS WITH WINGS
wilh JbJo ncMlmi
2--YOUNG & WILLING
with wil.owi",a


MONARCH
MObAT 4.I Nt NO 70MOM1OW
mat. U d Rgt
IMd mW iltt Nibl IN
In Our Time

fmtmm


nwftMft i0lll|iwoof


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RIT
TODAY. I ahd It p.m.-..


with Hon" Wft am
lees 5'- __________
Afto tfrom"n

Monday, U.N oao-
A. ALI UBA ra.T T MOW
2. LtE OF RO!OAI ALLN MoO


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MAN H"Iob HM.N


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rOOA Mjl t'OM~oMoW, |Mi Io-.M. aDl--
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mBI' -S- wl J soef
Sfle11 0011tthan te asdt
us O w o twe t ter as eter "now
Ljr~lmj r--^-l-" beilete, bBa

livliitiw frMKI ten was i~fnexale wThe
ther Wa I flowean of yet more generous

He, t m tore thae anwyl o t. manre in

aet~ ~ ~~~Wt wnis rahdAd himelf e~altne of
ofofI West td ia n s. Wrl dnrl aoc"an


mU' ~~ toro o k tnd hre vton aam .1the''"w-
tB ad opet MOustm1orncoe edepcultneh thee
vnto gtM kofDeMs than to an it kdn-


A tw:im.dth w mi r whnur tol e eowmn Pon-
I t
i evoluettion for them Ineexorabe. The
rbesian, to thie sht manhood, of seit t ad
H~mthe nPeuw=B~tpa.
evt l was a loiwerb of yet wore tnmerow
wUB ha when JBI of the *new apeetes" sq.re
HdInto the eamerzat circle of social and
SM W ontly by renouncteef Iden~t~t wilb their
Slrenada. at w llt there was found a man bold
,> tod m Ue plathr of the p-?;.vrn-riona:
JM~rhowt tavrmain proudly but artiomiy
a.He, M e than any ltving man in.
tes preached and hinol' become '.he
lod of West Indian nationalism. Wieldinz a pro-
0141v vlnoreu'i And wtrllt' ven. ani tiftpi -%4*1t
1. =ad rophetiq Utterance. he enpoanded< tho
S8lecevanselim of West Indian midepwcnd-
A lPnnOhe with Hlt-l hrnour, in his wr Or, (*"n-
. M tnWd the lonely path of the planeor 17, thoI
I iovftkrh tradition he iworne- the d*]i"h'! *
*t.resisted the fiesbPots of selflt-tnirt'-i* and


hind TI
I am uatjled that my
trend being mum'
Trialtdn are well found
Whe-neer some 1mp
here, there
w4b Aftanxzety les
hamMug dlaa l Oa M
or the Syria como
B1iB 7 be overlooked."
I emMd to reafr this a
lofty or magnaumno
| the- orfvio hlbbosltt
Then. ts the "Triaid,
adf: 'Ware the large
i S i tt we an r ot grten
eoa I sahoulid borrow a
e do you get. -:
I have been
raldd for all the years
before always Meant
Wtt. rejice, weep.
Sat to whom thte *l sI
oiotm fldMu *m'dl-v we--
Sr ash BKap: ad e iac?
eacte :c.ru-aid. oiten x
Wtied serni ed-we d
ted that: tbere are nt
Sthns have W more tha,
.e* a'meot a stple
Sw* Wes lfXts; UN


~~~7robe Cori
th future* of tU
Stheirei*ty of the I
esrne'-lookini ing m
)eMR dramatic sense
M lterajIv weIhed un
l future "ech s he r
Britolaly III after f rw e
if thIng. I know I did: a


European
In the hIgh-tensioned
m ba' hows, the haunted
Shave turned humorit
WS can tocalm down th
IMg UMd onf. The
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or evon while t
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ammaa ho. ha hM PC:a'WebsMVIZ pie
in 4W An* toa a e=thmit o dueg.
k .u --a %sat

of 1011101M- Ilui. RA Uhe Pity
sUus~m Im U d n o f MA mf W INsBO efaw p
held to eautd o M-IM. Thitoe wa t e j.m
the Mag f onnotele Aape rtt
et th puMbe saer ua a o loaoer to be a rw -et.
awe coak thot tMe t srot amh inor terMt M&
wa to ve wedthtr *nd hetraute pu i ottused.
Thea hopet an oow io im in"ait anger *I faDUtU-
B e3di r the WeIt ndia must be ad rch
a pa~itleaI talent tht t3They can igf ile tried
ste Ma of n old wer b oe Wi=e Maryshow. lshe
chaen h hC yesterday ham toer changed is fu-
stances ad meaning. No ma aI nthe west adleu
senses this a"d can discern it more clearly than
the Honbhe T. Albaert.
He. the hero of no many aind CIMteMS struggles.
i1 concioms that the battleground has suited, that
the old methods and weapons of warare am re now
outmoded. ad that the sftrategy and tactics based
on the textbook formula of "agfltatew has changed to
that of "co-operate."
The Br4iish are to ltlcalyV the wisest and moet
practised in the world. They have always stood In
the vanguard of reform and will not Ugbtlv relin-
lqubh ths leadership Thus the princilf of seif-
ovrnr," !or the West T"l i* i1 no Toner a 'leIte
issue. and the British are too mature to be caught
o".'n !-0 '1a*acor'
What. hower. is i n honest doubt. if the Quality
nd extent' of sta.esMAn'shtp In the West Indiest
'r fh. lp Inipu;S.Tp real of the relo-mer nmus' tind
:* '*.~~'r !n 'en e'n bkill. atien a- and res!urt-
lln-' of the architect.
Thc'-" *tho regard Marrvshow as a spent force
l's has pawed beyond the stage of mere
.ah~. xrniicn. do not read the signs of the timely
arnh- Mo-eover his va" "tore 4'f accumulated
K'r"dv'. *?'z, his rioe sxnerienre and me!loW stat.-.
ara'. e indispen"ab'# 'o a bardlesg party, that,
*. i fbte evnen booed and has g;ill 1tas
rufrs to win.


I
ze Curtain By Ubiquitous
apprthensions e oncerning th.nk.-s of humanity not in the senr.e of colour, race,
f*Aed by national gri r ca.ste. Caste or class,
let Ia t o ere in ifrinidad a rapid crescendo
deo. It i a sad reflect.on t j.,rt* ,st toie -wch chlimaxng cacophony, and
portast public prc-;.*Ct i* I a:n wroirted. 1,hi!e it has t een suggested to me
is need for the geni'ta.is "rt& lhe effort y awnsy group towawis hegemony
the *Ctnfskti cr,.,4ii.:-.tl :. ;r,.' .i.0i a ptrictiv nationalistic enmphasis would aisto-
unity. or the Jrwo-h comr- flA'.'a.iy ca l a fusion of the remaining, mutually
muHntly, or the PortMoi t s o s r-;-'ht tL eern.-ntti. I am imprevted that this is
. t L% s .* -.-.4 1- !- ,' d soace of th. ,i'tte g-'.-d triat d;;ps from
tWitude of mind a 'ir.s t&'.4 l C.1I,
SU IL *C r %, .'. / I :s clear. rot't.he, th t anry a ertion of our
h Of .eK a, ,.: i' r -.- t,.O at e dt t o ;-gatd !t, intrptet.i as
sl4ao" who at a V t -.;< i ." *,i d .i '. ta:. th atr.inin the
1t mtn1nrtv in t p ii t,, ,< c-,aine, gho ;;d '! peupre e- for the eventu-
this, that a tndCho ntt, _, f r '-- 'w'.nz pz,' A t"i i', own cc. 'in. It is well to
an Axnrr;nfrn and -'K~ t. at 7;-,; t th )e.- p rfit ni partecru-ar
' -li-on c-.0 '- hr t irvht it r.e ,%-sary or
s .r t n pa'i a~d* in tip o nI.tics of the tia:tnd
I hael k #,%%n it a- e* h e''' ro'.or.a r ia-i; >a,. Th'tr far. the
I aC fit .. w vph e.. i A oW'1- *W eKnJ r .. nmt he'n qi.ip no a .'i
sufifr and h ie r r ., n ... rd ra r ri -tio'nalt or ti-!
"d 1 W '' f. i t '- i -'. | o't,'ive to myt"
rWhph. o > jA. ,:, *''--i '-oetriy it *t .d -r. wtlhe -t
.Tlee %her they d to.re a dma! 71-** ? -..is "nh.--de it D h. bel -,:'.. r'. v fA i -, ,I* -- p : ,vo *iri age oe, or' t e i g squads i
ltte4`ho tirB *, | -r-- r'.'n rfn th ea* --l tz -'.,' rC-ent'-drd as
rg of us -hn th ext-t P .'r toon. dd opyor at4r. a d a< a :cn niust be
W j rr~r '4",
c ens" i+ah v-'ni t! c-Ir 'rnt-' rpnll n. o "a bs htout Ith t,
ae Scin gl-v Bns. a me In :-- -.a' s'v ." i' t whrie and l t iA s- s.i.-h
III,"tt t eap wPr. it develoripit and f eturp munlt be conceived.,
* aM(W a4 UfftaRlg interpraeod and treated. When. therefore, the met)-
Ad aown h et th er ofy Oe tht Egast Indian coamultv eof Trnbldad niet,
ow'g VUMIto lrIh th,! ,fltrnoorn to ditus t"tpir pl oee nonir nil. their,
rtR leaders with h'". I -r p .l n .hcrrp of thn!'s .m lt hprtr not fhIr't
Pircouhlry kepit "'In '-A. -1 *i .e A" iSn r '.o-r'ti,0C Mi'- of up t-div
East Indian I rt'i o tl'5 (. ,. ftiinc ri .- n -P Wr*t Tnoiian, t s -s
iduAl ''h ai a r- h!t I *,r -. d r'-o' -'# A n r f- i'wn1 then that of hip C ;*- '"-1a. ti-.-,. w n 'r A %,*, r -. t' pr n t'
der by *h pI- r,@ r' A . ,ot- yrai,,on t,, *-t re 1. t- *jhip
onfelvfel thffiu o 'C'1 I r' *' l'-~ tIn 'ntt .t f othrr lt.-altois jahi'' t )Ie
hours of this p'I1 rf n-"ot J '' to bot l"v !V h' !'a.-rd or cillvd
nd I feel that a>none -ho ),- f ,; .'t


Backdrop By Eric Burger
atiriosphtre of '.-*a pr.. 'I iow d' r.v.y his storm !ioop"rs extertiln-1
4d ruehrr and ts*C.- ,11 1 :1 J-,k 4 urope, hrw deret.itv they tour-i
At. They ate. dotn.g a !it drrr ti;;re ,'i i'Ists ;n the theul of DaCIhaU.; -r de-
he nervouticss ii. e;( fi- ith v P Cho fr m :W.u o;>ide or ia's (.~tr..y they blitzed 14indion, Coventry and|
lough In all the rxettc- Ph ro :h. _al6ad to your sins, Field Marshal, before
hdiP > t( tili,. ri I..ii ,'A thfi. (4li1
these 1-ft eArs lsiui.il It- a'an hardiv' expect the lrvasion armies belng
arnird with uimhrella& like Neville Chamehrlain's.
Adolf's own she>t, the Maylt that a what Erwin Rommel meant by decency.
ow going Into It3 last year C *
7 yCri. laId .,rawn -. t I mea-nwhile the Nazi c.mmann de ,h inth


MnUV w irin forced auvpOrStiponx Alhniujh tho
rIUSS hen*hma. display no longer any optimismn
* rspi to the battle they have to fare, they stil!i
WS PrtJ t the balhucinationa of their poper's
the Tnird Reich's manager.
SIt Is our missUion. they proclaim In their waning
)mn "to save western civilisation from barh r-
"i Svent the brs flying In Ihe air along i .u-
p'l cotstis could not remain serious if they
ire readers of We 'Voelkischer Beobachter."
,.* l On f IU ltIWe once moat devoted bodygUards
S pth out-fahloned tmune In lecturing on
vlr lt adeency." The last.lhour Na moralist, It
ue. has givea up sleeping an Uh doorstep to his
S bedroom he did for many a ght. He has
ebaished a name on his own, risen to the rank of
SMarshal, got recognition for smart soldiership
ffrm his adversaries.
.Apparcntly designated to supervise the sptlt-n-
iMmn defencea, he should have known better than
Ik nm up the horror stories of Montgomer.v's men
itderng wounded or captured Nai soldiers at 1i
htmein. Swearing that the decent Oerman soldier
Mi never have done much terrible tand N1,l-
ntd) things, he arts exactly like the Incorrigible
toer who, on his dying bed, asserts over again that
a all his Uife been a good boy, i model of the
Rinan race.
Speaking about waiting wa l "with decernry,"
timel ti caught In his own net--just before ar-
iery barrage will go down on the continent and
Ma much more powerful than that of El Alamcin.
The lecturing Field Marshal might be Inclinei


I T


pit(d vuuntrIi gi,'.- splendid examples of decent war-
fare. The me.nods they practise in duuling w.th
the unaergrotund movements everywhere, prove u
mure every day.
The war ct trickery they have declared on the
resi ince arms gets tougher the nearer the fatal
,aIe draws. long before the threat of Invaslonwas
a3 ;uunlnnt as it Is these days, had that secret war
started anud allured many a bieve patriot into the
dteatlh trap. So it i not a brand new manifestation
of NzIl dee-ncy.
As far back as August 1943, Gestapo and occu-
pation authorizes had mobilised in France their in-
ternal tricks. The French Committee of Nati>"il a
LAberaltion got hold of one sample and recently pub-
lished this ftine document of Nail fairness .
I Isti a document signed by none less than
General Charles de Oulle whose name figures *a the
end of a Nazi-manufactured decree Of mobilisation 4
for the different sections of the clandestine army
Inside France. Everything is foreseen in the detailed
nr',nlfesto. It gives atrct orders to every French- L
man of military age, to teachers and workers. It
goes m far as providing precisely the meaclures to
be taken ajxilnst collaborationit organlatlonls and
Individuals. Their names are orderly listed.
The whole pretended to sail under the authority
of' the Committee of National Liberation and wvui
distributed all over France. Will it ever be known
how many Frenchmen fell victim of this sold piece
of forgery 4
After that, Frenchmen will be on their guard.

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1WJI U'ld UU W 'iu' in mliue nm to iae*tt io. Vhllay tten pt* d "ur-
ti Ww( l tat s B esw te as live, how hie must *puld h iW rounding he l.lh, ami d vio-
lenst ounter.4tt et &Rd puied" on.
w his p M l 'should be d en Under the inessant fire of oer-
eImlt a "Ha;t* -a-n-rog--a guns tmalled fort ri 5back
i -r noali at -tI had been left In privatee hands it 6lsZ tie Lir Valley, I he y lrehth
tttion -under the Is afe to assume that a lam Army's Iimp tal wuwlt secured 0
II l wgs part of it would have en ven. bridgehead across the R pido River
iiacstinits a part of It would have blenh yen-
fiem teed nmber tared In new enterprises, A shop. i close ctt with the ortst
K i tWhe urtiey mand a ame, a new motor-car. paint, deenees and buit bsiges
n or invltonent dl- or milar things, all designed to th eover e lpa ds suppl
orthe next ~ae
iJi1 1mrttn1fttes 0ad add to the national wealth Reutter's said that llIfoiel
SWinws,1band 'in- through individual #ndeavour. Reynolds, B.B.C. reporter, epeak-
i r1ih'i$ly societies, But If enterprise sad profit ra ing from OGeneral Alexaider's
snl cnompaee npI ies, tng are taboo, It can only be Headquarters, -eckoned that the
and Uititie wvinigs matter of years before all the bridgehead was 31 miles lst; and
d beemea verit- capital avllahble for enterprise not very dvap. Later, 6odfrey
WII v Of cfWi4tlltS" dlsaplears." Talbot,, another of the B.B.C.
01k. C sf avigs hak --" reporters oame thNrouh saying
.* e L bae-n k Athat more tenks bad bein got
ad 1730,000 de- acros the river *nd the brdge-
i .reatsa Fortress Crew Get s W8,
*nI t itG Lfetime Thrill e:any sdt
V'"nIm nmber and11fei'me '11111 ot made lany bounler-attucks Ill
ft capacity during 190 this seetor though they put 1) a
bMit $41U 00,000 ws LONWDON, May 13 (Reuter's)- grmt deal of mortar and mae ine
d by small Investors The crew of an American Flying tun fire. Alld Cus hit baek
Mitg the total since 1 8, Plortres while over France had one nard and aircraft barked thetn
this unlprecedented of those experiences which in the UP Ilspite of l6w-lyltint
, iv emf movement, more words of the alrcrait. captain ip- which made the targe1 dCult
00606~OO. pan once in a lifetime. They were to see at s$We points).
rth repeatin over their target, a Ge, an. airfield 1i the sector south o; Cassl0.,
,"r A asng today, eswinlin south and west froMt te
k" 8Sr Alexander can- I fnorthernt France. when anothersector to th north of Cassrno,
ftlat we are a nation of ortr'els s bove them dropped a troops of the hth -Alny fought
s. Thesa vast totals are bomb right on to their plan lbi, bitterly with Nazi paratroops for
IWosible ftor the ordinary struck tWhi tail fill and injured thte Monte Aibanetto and adjoilnlng
is,Vsjp a more figu rear gunner who later died. Thr mountains two miles west of Os-
A Urvt can easily be 'fl lane reeled under the impact anC sino. They had at least another
ad i must be eonidered tog the crew well kr.ew theni mile of the toughest kind of going
iSd. A change of equal danger they hung onl to thp unex- before they could hope to crash
d.A chnportane o fq s lplodWd bomntis which had rolled to- down into the Lirl Valley trotn the
S.,4? thUrtr e veaies wards the lil guinner's amnunultiot north and mence the enemy hold.
Swntha women In average box. When they landed with theta dng Cassino froam the rear.
hve Ireasea d by 76 tail undamaged they -.w that ae-i ppLY In S 0OD
*r the lastive i yearsd tually they had not. bn in danger P
4nte the last five yeaurs, -av* ( "Kl
I639." states Air Alexan- however, according to the eantait) United States Plying Fortresses
Was3 prson s w ere while they did not know whit had and Litberatori attacked railway
ie for income tax. A happened they had scine nisiht tacillties at 14 points in northern
go the number reached uneasy moments. Italy in a eontlnuln.' offensive to
? d to dayt ust d-stroy the supply lines feeding the
l d dy It must. be, L-.... German front. The Fortreswse de-
y higher. Out of th.e Famous En lish vote rh day to bridges and yaro
NN O taxpayers had anF us gon the Erenner Pass route from
-- of from 9.60o to Author Ties n..,any to Verona and the P0
0l0, and their total tax Au lor *es Vallev rail network, including those
at.1 61."19,000400 out Of ai, Bolzano, Bronsoro and Trento.
4,Awi00o00,. OORNWIA,, Mav 12 (CP) Llberatorn. at the same time,
A'galv necessary to say Sir Arthur Quiller-Coueih, ututhor, hammered rnllways between the
i tr emedoues oontrlbutlon died today at the age of i), H.et Appnerilne' iind the Po.
,lrer income earner to. had been in declining healtlih since Thoe Luftwaffe, after complete
s total raedd, hie said. Maich this year. btabniiee yesterday, reappeared over
B to taxation. Sir Alex- Sir Arthur was an eminent au-the battle area. North of Gata,
I "Mph crippling taxa- thority on Engllat literature tainolre Wethw2 meOktW lf to1'2
an sd hot down three, Near Vill-
jin ae is B en ly sort- In Ills time he vubllahod several montne Wsrhawks Met 18 to 20
Sbe reduction of capital critical volumes, "On the Art. ot Fockewultf i0's and eight to 10
e.on the present scale Writng," and "Studies 1|; Litera- Measerschmitt 109's and destroyed
t bilty and willling- ture," being very popular, two Mes6erschanitts for the loss of
iOpl of wealth to risk His "Oxford Book of English three 'Warhawks.
"seproduatlve ventures, Verse," 12P0 to 1900, Is sometimes Enemy bombers attacked two Al-
pos or have saved regarded as the last, general l Wd airfields In Corsica on the
i If this cpltl anthologv of English wrae. night ot May 12-1L
1 o- _ 1 _.


CONTROL BOARD NOTICE

RI PIECE GOODS AND WEARING APPAREL
W THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
llM 'tfth tnatructlet received from the Control Aunthorin-
licences for all Viae-up Rayon Woven Articles
w- l abe ised and Issued agaP st the importer's Rayon
., Mt. Iniorters are therefore requested to state on
/Ittonia, tite number of square yards contained in the made
Bil to which they have apoied for import licences and should
I 1ih th e undernentioned oonverslon table. The pogranmme
Vaier of the particular class of Rayon Plece Ooods against
Waton for which the made up goods are to be charged should
ItAow. as well as the programme sheet number for the
() food5."
iporters are requested to submit their licence applications
er than the 26th May, 144.
01 tAra skoBd note that qu*ta net taken up by the 2 h
* be re-aoeamd.


CONVERSION TABLE
EON FABRIC ND PIODUC'Ii Wu SQUARE; Y
Uit Ceonversitm. i
Nib i .............................. 3 doz.
JMMk95 and Wimbrealnrs ............ I doz.
fatf ts and Windioreacers ............. I do.
Dremeh", Pants, Aprons, etc. ........... 1 doz.
t, Men' ............................ I l dcz.
I, s oys' ............................ I doz.
Ni, Men's .......................... dou.,
M Ws .......................... 1 dot.
birt .................o............. I do.
ln's shirts .......................... I 1 doz.
a m Blrts .......................... 1 dozs.
MIl's Clothing of woven fabric n.e.c. 1 doz.
B Clothing of woven fabri"s, n.e.c. 1 doz.
I XWm anard Ensembles ........... 1 drem
; Underwear ........................ doz.
I9% Underwear ..................... 1 doz.
'A Nighwear ........................ I doz.
I's Nightwear ..................... 1 doz.
As Outwear I........................ 1 dom.
Women's and Ch ldren's Apparel, n.e.c. dos.
S .................................... 1 I blanket
Comfortables and Quilted Bed-padA .. 1 quilt &c.
ads, Candlewick, etc. ................ 1 spread
ds, Plain, Crinkle, etc. .............. 1 spread
st ................... ....... I 1 doz.
s ....................... .. .. .... 1 do .
T Towli ......................... I doz.
Mn Wasaholoths .................... I d1 .
wn Bait Mata ...................... 1doz.
Wuudk and Plain-woven Towels ...... 1 doz.


OIrfse ufistag,
tnmnt SBtreet,
I, 144


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hq. Yards.
2
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2.
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12
30
2te
2","
20
3S
2(1
12
30
25
24
4
27
4
4
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crt Ponlt'ro ord.
Secretary, Oontrol Board.


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EMPIRE THEATRE
ow- -
TUESDAY NIGET (MAY 1, 1944)
WDg.
S The Trinldod Prom Club Presents


Wand of the (alypso"
SNDU* T1 DIsTMOUW PAThOPAOZ OV
B XCEULLJCY TEI ACTION GOVERNOR
r AI or ADLO-A=UCAN WAR CIIAAITIXS.


@ O of 0 CoiMed fM ym; Now Cllypsom
'* DORc from Jwor ouwt o Lst Lop.
F e Yer Swt ot DMIdmG od Tod.


tmu b y ramm I a fl Mlck, StM.


unenw've MaKes
Promising Start


LONDOW, M,,v 1: LReuter's --
Michaeli Reynolds, 4B.C reporter.
spekilngR from General Alexander'I
headquarters, says the offensive
sperms to have made a promising
stare, tiut the main defences of
the Glistav L4e u t abaeti and
there Is frtaUht I dtiting t to
come. Reynolds says so far th"
German counter-attalks, though
savage a1d frequent, have been
on only a local sciae. The real
heavy flghtlif wll start when they
pu, in sneclally heavy counter-
attack columns, some of which will
nmi doubW, be annrmoured. As the
Allied columns strtuclk into the
German defenses, they were Wgailn
supported yesterday by a great
artillery barrage and by a masislve
air assault. At sea, a British crui-
ser escorted bY American destroyers
shelled the Applan Way, one of
the two main loAs between Rome
and the front, and hit artillery op-
posing the Fifth Army.
Romans Begii Exodus
From h Itan CapItAl
STrOOcKHOLM. May 13 (AP) -
Tlhi Swedish Ttelgraph Bureau re-
ported today that a great group
wa,v trying to flee northward over
Romle's historic thoroughfares as
newt of the new Allied offensive to
the south reached the Italtan capi-
tni. A German front correspond-
en;, quoted by the Bukreau, said
Sthai between 2,000 andl 3,000 people
I nuned around the TiberT BrdK'ti
trving to get transportation by
an- roeans while others set out on
foo, carrying their belongings.
FIRE ALARM
Wire-fighters undei Major Tvor
Knight, answering an Mlarnn at Dere
Street 1 t night, found the blase
already extilnguished when they
arrived.


WRIt *TO

uT Mt 1


row' nr Afte ten roufln-Atierl- II' 3
'I clca n cle "rgmn returaM ftram bis is d l t
ianh !"Vaiis t to tMlon in lr goOw.
said; "HI went. tot Moca td "Ihwe ntWJt Xnalltt
m rixen Pr~i~ic strrow wtn could o ia thebe a ti
ticChrchinftandpathef Rtta. oNe 0814
JIn n ee bot I11e and W thite Busia. But VAf
mad it universal. He went be. i oter
prVlfal Commoditie .sar afer t e nyo y erpectattois and agr eedwt4 m otor
byevral commodties are affected rot to persecute the Catts g .. .. -
b the new price reglo ftions which Church. not Only In t or e court-
come into effect tomorrow. YntMot tries, but in aSy part of Rua. Vert-4-Sbai a *an eevadi
instances both wtlemsale and retail He went even further than t04t'
prices come for alteration, In agreelng to co operate with ti, .,." *
Wholesale price of keroaene oil Chure1Z agaihat perteution any,- 6 -
hits been ixedl at $1.30 per 4-galo0W where. I am being punished for
tin when sold In lots of 25 tins Anud dOi*f Sotnething for my church. VU Taellr Tffor*
$140 per tin In lesser lots; the re- I Stalin hears thism like this,.he
tail prices being five cents per tm. will be irritattd-- we may loe what In a 20ItOl Clime, White
peral pint and 21 cents per gel- t haiet ea i bined." d Lt'nen Wel W s o in All-Seasou
loa. he piest exhibited t W e tday a very
Locallv manufactured soap nowwhich he aid was signed byIa W erdIde ouletdav W ITa TI
fetches the following prices: --OGrade tin dwh t si "fo LI N DRILL aultablt for
I-$9.i5 per box of 25--'b. bars Il oiur agreement for religious frefe.- N Wear a o
doni Riussia," Evenitg Wear at $t5,0o per
Port-f in,nd wher The document ws mde public Dress coLt.
Orait2 otherr than 'blue) -$5.3 I h. wlt 4C~ t Was Ma~de public r ^;
Grade oher then blue-$. i wheitVM w signed btt it was There is just a limited
Port-of-Sepain and $1.3,1 elsewhere; agreed to alQw lt.a brlemanaki to qlantity in stock; please
Orade 2 blue -$5.B. a-d $5.3; p n t first to the Apostolic therefore order early.
Grade S-4 a.0.s end .513 and Delegate In Washington or to make erefor order early.
Grade 3 'bhlel--$5.30 and $5.14. it public himself if he deemed it RTSiu HXIT Vry good
Corresponding retail prices per bar necessary y.K -Very ood
are :-Grade T--28 cents in Port- Fr. Orlemanaki went on: "It olalty British Khaki Drill at
of-Snain and ;1 p cents elsewhere: 4oes not matter for the few ear $14.00 er stilt
Grade 2 (other tin blue) 23 cents left tIo my life, but if I am be
and 21 cents; Grade 2 (bluce 24 crucified I have two brothers who Fitz-Clorence Spencer
cents und 25, cent: Grade 3 -22 are priests and there will be three The Ban Mrheh Huse
cents and 23' cnts; aid Grade 3 of us crucified togetTher," Te h Hoe
(blue) 23 cents and 24 cents. Pu.. Orlemanaki eold he would 14 Mlrtine qiare. vast, rear
New retail prices of ordintry celebrate Mass tomorrow In his ,C. stlhedril
Portlatnd cement are as follows: .. own church as usual. i 'one Ni. 4670.
English cement-per beg of 041b. e s aid he was sendlig the fol, __-__s-__--___--__--__s-__
--1.40 In Port-of-Ipaln. $1.45 n Iowing letter to Bipho O %eary: .--
San Fernand,) and i .5s in Tottago: "You are hereby notified that I am
CaRoimdlan cement -$1.Ao. $1, and no longer under yoir' jurltdictlon,
$1.7.1 and U.S. A .-$1,.5, i 70 and bit the rtton of the ,P S V R
$1 ~otolic Delegate In WashIngton, liQ,
$1 go. Stncerply yours In Chriltt, Vr.
Watermelon Is Un to 4 cents per S tanrla ormnski, Pastorof r ERSEV RANCE
lh when sold whole alnd *cents Our Lady of the Holy Rosary U
pr r lb b y th t, l c e Chu r h .
Changes In the retail prices nr He decline. to simplify the' mes.
lb. of frepah fish ure also announced sae or nnswrr questions,. C
as follows h- Rev. Gerfr Shea, Char-
King flsh. grounper, red fish and cillror f Springfield d(ocrse, who Under New Monoement
snnpper 2) cents: carte. stalmnnn end made the suspension arnnlounce-
codflh IS cents; eavalli. boni!to, mepnt said Bishop O'Learyr hadl imo Offers Is Member,
nneho, nrmpsno and wly1vin asnle) posed rannnical penalties on Fr.
10 cents roceandoro. moonishine, Orlemanaki which would prohibit ConumenslInK
barbv,. butter. PRolle. 12 cents: b-r. him from celebrating isa or W ded
racr;,. behindt, crrr'ro, mntillet, perfnrmilng any divine oflle for Wedinesdn
brnehei. ailnrimet. ruint. dolphin, an Indefnifte period, Hi Will not
domino. bochum nind hoes: tnrnon, be permitted to M.ntlll"tar ny MAN 17
herrintr,, bIsnrhe, rutlass, har, saeramnltl of t~e v1asrdh, lather
hlltil' e nird el nil-' :a fish ex, Shea added he would not b allowed Cocktail Donees
rent shark S ents; shark. cents:to remain in hi parish or make fro ..30--10.3. p.m.
shrimpe-ej' leree riot lnroe ~n~sn any puhlic appearanes.
4 t therein lor e nts t i, nrmt.ll Fr. Orlem'lhltki can accept the
h atog r re b ,0ha n 4 to then.. b 1 ruling hy going Into rtctirenient or
h.avinz e 0"11 otn7(nett1hi can appea l0 to th Holy See. fThe Week-End Dances I
rpn5t: 1,'Nh ,, t,, n..7 fntt appeal would be forwarded to Saturday* from R- 12 pm
wr'l hV 1 -r. >"-1'- fre',.-> Rnrn through i Archbisltp Amleto atnrdays from 11I p..
"Osk 'n cents, fins 20 cents: steW icognani, Apnostolic rDelegate in Sundati from S-l pan.
16 cents. Washington. Tn Rome it would be MUITSIC by Bert M?4C(icn'i's
_____ .--- presented to the congrgattion of Sextet and by Joke Box
the council headed hy Francesco O n Other Night.%
Nelsonian Players +.t to.
ii i the pcc ro, o t or th, uf- r
Aid E hio ian othe r than fav it W as Swimming
Aid io a undSwAmming
tfor violation of the canon,' of the Dally, except on Thursdays.
Nelsonian Players will eive two Church. !
repeat performances of Mr. A. --Ai.'A .
ohbert.' "Obeah" at the Prince's Mr. Attlee Replies
Building on Thbrsday, May Is, with e M A e Horseback Riding
be 0ynt h fns h Corn- ParBt 4ty rtics Vllait t$1.00 per hour.
arrangemerts for part proceeds t) t! 1,01 40011, CritiC MAY | *( to p(rt e i r.
be given to the funds the Co ONDON, May 13 (Ruter's) --
wittee of the rien ds of Ethiopia. Members of the Brititsh our ii
There will be matinee for children party who think that it Ahoaui not
at 430 p.am. and a night show at beOng to the Natlonal GowVnI- Meals
8.30 o'clock, mient were glvin an iwerA today iIW, A a IIN
Hundreds had to be turned away by Mr. Clemlent Atte, the Deuty LNH, IA and DINNER
at Dapire Theatre last Thuirsday prime Minister and Leader of the li Available at Shoert Nntilee
when "Obesh" was presented to a party. He, said the position four
lam packed house that Included years ago was pretty grilm and
Hiqs Honour i. W. Bllackall, the there was not much temptation i' T Ot'R NO'r
Chief Justice, who was among the for anyone to take up the burden I' ( i4SULT OUR NOTIE ,7
patran of Government, but to the Inasting BOARD POR FTPUTIrR
Aided by at donation of $480 from honour Of the Labour PNrty, It ANNOUNCEIENTS
Mesers William H. cott, LttL., the agreed without hesitation to ac- NNU -M T i
Friends of Ethtopia Committee have cept its Ithatre of thie burden. s
to dite collected a tntal of $7T90. -
Contrlbtltions to the fund so far
are as follows:
tdWilliamcttLd..........0 $0 1t Cough Your Head Off
HDr. S. A. aves ........... 50,00
G 0 M O'Rellly ......... 2500 I\
Dnavidson & Tod Ltd. ..... 25.00 W l
Genprol Suqpliles Ltd. ...... ,00 w
Orell & Co-,Ltd,. ......... 2.5.00or:t;o ri 1tAsmamake
eAlstont k Co. L1id ....Do5,0 Mrecuriring At tacsof UasacIpIIA amk
('sob; &Ce. 'd91,0( hiaelt 'it gi psiaJ rbreatliC Are Yao
i rnhI' & Co. L.d ......... 5(1,00 It eitr a ts4o.reathfu I t ,sliteu
Ly c Ie n e Co., Ltd. ...... 0 SO.M I you eogh tanr 0pua c IyUIt mso rs t ick tran- t
0. I r m ucus. and s o,_trabi n 'o ard you fear ruclt re?
0 ecAre so r attack-a b8d yo t0 l wnak> ani to 11 .
___----____-- _Iomtt r ro avI toir r rwtTat you0 IA i
ittnThia 3Adi(a bhave tral4 We belUve the plresi0a niws as d hta Ma -.
mshmV BACK 0 0 hotaiorayo a aolnX0, was ate iti
Major, J. Ormnond Riddel, real- rir aort a 1p l llaie
engit engineer, Central Water Sup- V fO tldn toe
I ply Scheme, returned to the Colony a vruwntsd Tri dt w Off
on rida- list from short leave In Meudeee uMValyW ata v r nlPt 16 I act h. dea has proved suchi ar
the United States. because it opantatioa In r.ifte I-allY 4ativ OIc f0r thousa etu
~ted_____________oed. to hefp nature Its .thick. f reiaerring choking, tsiratiglil
stanglIng sexessulotn. Anof Bronchial Astluva that as
-w rmo Tai r.a u.priee gr- ayu - vnteet laswas a trine-
ca ln! st raise that 0trarl tea t r4 o4 your money go rtu
I sI of1 smt-y unls youAare
Mt .. y DIEC a a rMdnt
W 09 O p1 sat sal. adeact thiHSne
b~vout IIIOV01 ZVrs


11 you knol laVt
you woat to study.
Wrift fer pespectaL
S" #tmfor my b*Wh
SMEi. kui las.
our fees ere
sill5 sro-war.


oDO ANY OF MM tU JtAM s RITREST YOU?


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WHEN VICTORY MAKES SUPPUIS


VIRIL
vim



T H. days hN'e pa,'icd-but only tempowily-
Then ith great children's food was In plentiful
supv They arc, however, fjtt returnlgn and the
inomc nr .ndiinnq permit, V lil will again be made
u il% bdo
The 'lapnlarjd of Virii ,-1lJnc ais being maintained,
and rirnitK mdy hItk f',rw.irJ to the day when their
'hildrcn nnce 'n,'r ccia have the benefit of this
V"id,-buildding frd.


VIROL LIMITED
Food Sel@um
LONDON ENGLAND


A sftd' to beauty, cosmretics
have their place but they
I.mnno, '. you the health
thi comr fn'' r'Im nner
("'Innluiess anri which li
reflecctedi in la flawl-,, c'rm-
plexiMn, in clear eyc' and
lustroui sihir, in physical
andi mental alerness. A
reRgula.u glass )1 Andrews
ensurc? Innirc ("Ilcnlitncss.
Read hcli,'w how Andrews
cleanse and purifies;


Iis t "


FIRST Andrews refrshes and
clean% the mittiah and tongue.
NEXT . An dw settles the
stomach and corrects *f.ldlty.
THEN .. Andrews tones up the liver
and checks blilousnen.
FINALLY. To complete your Inner
CleanlIness, Andreaws ently clears
the bowels. it sweeps away trouble-
makiin polsoris. corrcts Censtipa-
tlon, purtIfles the blood and delre
the skln.


1kfvh*Adk and&t*i&aWm


PROTECT YOUR BABY'S TENDER SKIl


G r^IVE your baby lth M soin ..Ct.a tiat uiA
SbeaUty of thefnfousDianm 016ltbb.i&amb h
with Palmoli ve Soap. Rmadot t IM the DfIaZ
*.0 Quitupletmn bor ih t wm b d And
Tak when they wo"reardy for ;M di id DW Ik. Df.w
ehiomesPalmoie-Pmobavpdmg obfthdv d.

SPamoli ve, besid% s be f MBdt'o -W7

tha At danyother 819 iTe *of ie andi pdam dii. rhm ofo i Kitme'. ft
Okl n bautflar. -
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I#. J o imNAUly bmamd .hs number of apiltalts In
Mi or w-MAde Rorft, chairman and nnaulin-dtrector
wo-" 0"WMl I"tK-ttl, mt the lth othdiary gen.
p tl4 to Ia n 'U 9' 3SWAM25, "04K when he ecmleed
mgeeM -lpg a eooo*n t",. when the war was over the
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4- -L- -N-n A4 - ,P, Mi
t"v" Cup Fi SaTrvt nTSdLEEPAMINaAM --15 SLEP
Altr a?1nm 'own Wa ewe14a
uARGAIrua orI
iywToRe6&dr Fetat 4^ f ^ blo^ ^<^l~urAMj i
riute ,To Late Dave Menrry Hm its Fht 2 More Br" (PUs I. od) -- oUMO
Tow" Tw six Al~hypreftedw Street (eompty), Frel an tIate tet
out~v. mis. I MX f" urehold),207 Paris 15011ie wlard low at'confid
_!f_ itS CelftUrY A amateur Bo t High it l@iiils% 2 ecndStee $,80, o ri
noJ11 o t ewf COM "a Belmont Days efes In-- <7f "15aU UU l %' d'^ 8H t.W^^ A .
ZZV o9,0t 111laifnt #A awdaty cricket 00o2tWoBf in the Fletcher And aark ^"'mby Gisanillo Cowesoiiftn M. I l--*- \ ~ J ^ l ^ ^ t rtc~t tte. se ^ % .ofS
00 lt o `11 rr n ewbyan

SJoin In t RANDO. May -Anel I eore. Queen Streets, araval, mtttnlytobull
Join In irt Wikt (Bbl) Adams, Trinid light sit, e k at poases lon guaranteed. r and rtorin blood and
Si-.4Trii.A lhm and P. stBw,; In Stand Of 175 RU hetvyweigtmat bo ingchain-i. A WHERE DO WE n. l ul loans, on Mortgages. e
CWMw eWiadP twr;I. SadO 7 us Pion, ,III be smen In two more! jlOr]' v~ra"1114= everytt'
f. th o aAm v. New Oxfordl AenUeto u TONorman Dvid-Feveid
dla o& evet fdJ ue;uadav.xt ee amateur holties before he enters __ ibm **hy C Real E~t te Ap8 .i
P.em DoGai v .Petty Offacer lnetdher aondu te _. w eDwr i i pI hes Dy
d.l - tO Ammer to #U14 !L1he, itsndte' s qur as a t r proaeadv e .ll Pik Mar -al RealEstat.e Ageint. ea t e a nt'.GtF
t11101111 6111" t A M 11111 hemistb a G Th
ma solll wine sol'e XI. V. Gibbons U. M rt Air Arm openn batsmen, glove-thrower.ih1tou.
trN Wa "..' isa- wi.ers. d U. ar Atw h., I Is" T his year w e h e a r ad st u t st et..t yo .:
M ol u dswe f S n thert L ta ncoln v, I.RP.C,. R. Williams joined In first wicket partner- Adams is hooked to clash with:; he 1 fe tes h h This year we' hove already st. ,
00 eSded SW WAn&I lost will be a a.VLiverpool; as st x v. Astton ship of 175 runs on wdnesdy the Barbadosst Kennete Grifli *e anine" W! ma deehipments f
*SiS Villa, I. Ashtine and L. Johnson; when PleetlAir Arm hit up. 320 asth in return bout n June i ; O'e r' sme a p o BAG-
* f a nd u we who are Ammerville v Olenford, M. Mon- runs for one wicket against Police and an American soldier at the1 's s _"' GAGE, MERCHANDISE, s
td with 10po intso tOisr credit. toute and 0. Smith; FordhAm V. at Plarco. hoa t Drill Hall here on June 17. haveLAL
To O ot a h er, and the Strollers, R. Titus and ..N. Other. Clark took maorshare of the Ar a it will bere LIVE ANIMALS, etc., to r ms
thif"Mtch willclswith match. bowling and smashed up 102 r reuens v scored a t.k.o, over S A t bb .g
*^ '" ^tc~ u Fc ixin ntures of the first round reatch. scored^. a tm ^ 0. .o. oe~r Gr- ppO Tr^At Rfl ^/\ e,"1ati
.athnot B at, who have Whipped e si on the Sm trh'sCup before he was bowled by Lambert, flth and with the loser gointz all SPR S N Antigua, Argentina, Bar- [ y "Pseri
6 -L Ck.tl. Iaet a'rn cup wintneis, Olenford v. Ideal; Oxford T. while Fletcher made 81 not out. out to show even greater prowess IMITED n ade, Canad Curaa Si
*B meop the "A" ectio oun bonoW' Mucurapo; Belmont v. National: and Liet. Week put a dash of than On the last occasion, Adams DUUoso n abeha fourtoC, c
O~tli kett n hi the IIWil Oddfellows v. Mortimer' XI. colour by hitting three sixes inhas to be at his best to stop the Ateng en ehalf of the Ceyon,
OWNmSu, kW tf M.cr y-v.--or-mer not.out Mialitrof W, T.ata Ceylon, Cuba, Demerara, scarci -
he in thies = andhweat. Cristf 35 not out. this new amateur sensation. Genraltameof War e .rrra,
fn r while the Smith's left with 1% hours to get the This bout will take place at z s tn Coe. sa,, i Dominica, Fiji Islands, Gold i".May a
--, 'Atsn likea the Pemberton r runs, Police were content to play the St. Benedict's College grounds virc between Bs TrMiMd a4 ot m M e, t h i ,a
o drbegin s tod ay. I r ad aw, when Southerners will have their 1r1ti1h GutIaBG C oast, Jam aica, N igeria, where *AW
Aft th delivery of the fism ball A Follown were the ore:- first opportunity to see Adams in Puerto Rico, St. Kitts, St.
lif the openintoa ofo every game, y ^ * tfwnrAa WMaction at home. ftr further partKiculars plan uro MCa.irr,3. *'****Ir w fa"{vw^r
ne-mBota s thce Wla be ObB FLM AM ARM Acter this battle, Adams will con Lucia, St. Vincent, Tobago, ari a crstic
'Mr tn merAry of the late Dave olP.O. Pletcher not out ........ Il concentrate on his American op- SPlOSTONS, LIMIT United Kingdom, United
'MMwo dimted in a ec Ien o-t 'phlabtneeAas i ona Uni.Sted Vingdoe n it, obg, ms
Scwho sed Ian m recent plane m u tPO. Clark b Lambert ........ 101 ponent of whom much is said. 1 St. Vincent Street.
e player of the MoAr weight chss a apion w ill put ht- Lieut. Wilkes not out ....... 3t1 The southern knockout special- Port-of-spaMin. States, Venezuela.
Merry wa a player of the Mor- weight champion, will put his Extras 2 1st will alter this sign up with Teiehuti S34 5" UK.
Umer XI. cup winners, and title at stake to George Pl- -- promoter Cedric Esplnet to meet -g ... LET US DO YOUR
Triumph C.. ln the competition. grim, southpaw contender, in a Total (for one wkt.. 220 the versatile Oswald Byer. In his -
Te BSt Crispin's combined XI, six-round -main bout on a grand A/LA Wi"chster, A/LA Brown professional debut early in TRINIDAD "FOWADIN !
oppose the St. Andrew County card promoted by Karl Jadunath Lt.-Cder. Bowie. Lieut. Powell, August. TRINIDAD TURF CLUB
Scared for Whit-Sunday, May at the Prince's Building on Wed- q.B.P'O. Cadman. 8/Lt. Sisley, -t
8. is postponeduntilJune8. nesday. May 31. P.O. ruisell and S'-t. Donnan --- -- W. D. HENDERSON,
The Rahamut second claaa-St. Grifflth. of Barbados, In the did not bat, .w t rr tCOMS&SHPPING AGE T ,
Orispin's match is carded for June Police Force here, who was Girls'C cket NOTICE I is Chat Street, Pt-of-Spi
the OvAl. knocked out by Ansel tBaba) Adams POLICE lotw TNCSG
9 e ut f t e S C i p ns will battle against Ham m y Lin-
Cricket Cup matches up to Sunday ton, another of Adams'. victims Philin lbw Cadman-............ 18 Matches Today -- is
last show that Esex are holding before he fights a return with St. Hill not out ............... 4
top place in the "A' Division with the Southerner. Grant b Sisle................ 2 A ladles' cricket match arranged Tenders to the Trinidad Turf ___ TOLE_ _i_ _
10 points, while New Woodford are The Barbados scrapper displayed Iambert c Wilkes b Powell .... 20 by Mr. E. Payne will be played off Club re invited for permission ILI
second with nine points to their good s htin ttics in the rng. Orifflth not out ............... 12 this afternoon on the Queen's to run a bar or bars for the sale PREPARATIONS
credit. but although he Rave Adams a Extras 12 Park Savannah, when Queenslsnd of spirits and 'ntoxicating liquors
tn the B" Johnson's AT and few uneasmomhts, he was un- pnd Challengers will oppose each on the Queen's Park Savannah
Renorn "A" are tied for first able to stauid n)to the fe-rocious Total (for 3 wkts. 104 other, outside the Race Stand din
place, while Queen's F.ork HOtel onslaught in the fl-al round. Williams. Salandv. P'pest. Caesar, Mrs. H. 0. B. Wooding, wife of ra.lne hours on the 29th June, VLim
.ike the "C" Division with 11 LenSerrette. the whirlwind Christian and Belfon did not bat. the Mayor of Port-of-Spain, has st, 6th and 8th July, 1944.i
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Following are the fixtures of the unhrwll lott chak[reso nedap,
eighth round In the St, Crispin's up another victory when hecoe of this friendly fixture not a icersed retailer of spirits
"lompettltot:- phaagae in the third of the six- I Gro 'A ARIMA X' FOR SOUTH and intoxicating liquors with V
Othertstirnbootstn or fourhrouhdsd0o tei-RIMeXGiRlSCOfT Arima t premises within the Qe is- P C O L D Relieve Palo & I14
*A" lWon rouindeis. On WayT Defea unrise Girls' C.C. of Arima trict in which the Queen's Park hlf No matter how long you have suf. rovt o your eomplet at
Ohr str bouts o four rouds will journey to San Fernanddo Savannah Is situate. Iri n rom th pai ofingPles, e
will /you have tried. here at last i a treat- a few days longer, PAs
Modem vs Ersex will feature Len McKel:, who Sunday Guardian Correspondent today to engage Hospital cricket F intr n a or rotruhdlg Piteh, n tbee ning hooas -thei trit
St. Craispitn's vs Lancashire -ught nimothy i a standstill TACARIGUA, May 13 In the eleven in a friendly game. 3. Each applicant must state tIn the time r n mntthat s tops the pain and Itching in likea e' son.' F
Prnco rintery vs The Reds recently, In a return bout. and fifth and last round of the eastern his tender the amount of th 16 minutes so that you can it or walk, Walter J. E lon, Hope
New Woodford vs Westinghouse Lee Fung, Chitnrse flyweight. zone gRames in the Orange Grove ----- same the address of his licensed "-nEE ride, work and enJUoy life In .comfort. recently wrote:o "Iavelsh
National-z bye. gainst mscall, f the Orh~n-rerikeescandtithendate OranetvNEVER Ineelect taecolednItNVweak-geNotaonly. doesekitostoly thesptainobute ptiwith w blindinandnittching
National:-- bye. against Mascall. of the Orphan- criket competition, the Orange ,.1reams.j and the ae n N " mny ; tt thn0^? l
G3" DIuleo ag'. Grove "A" 1943 cup winners, will description of his licence the ens your resistance and leaves Immediately aids Nature to soothe thormoreIthoughtIwoudii
*- niTnn a~". oroe A is cup inner, win *U^-- ^--^-- --^Bdescription of his licence. the 'O..-,i,-.,.imrer tender parts and quickly shrink Your fine pile remedy. I
ee Fting will try to keep h suffer defeat at the hands of Arima number and location of the bar or yored prey or more serious t n t and l r or ie pi d h
.Y.O. vs Metropolitan (Points unbeaten record t't. s porting Cub, who put u 176 runs bars which it is intended to lls. Gentlymassage Thermogene nomal fuaons to the rectum. tantly. I persuaded
Awarded). Other hnti.t nm the card that amd then dismissed the O. stal- eect. Medicated Rub on throat ande Allments Ceased by Pies has been troubled with g
Young Austmlians tr wl b r n wats 64 for 7 wickets, if the re- r. l chest. It removes tightness. Hundreds of tiny nerves centre In th years to try Chilnaroid,
rr mains batsmen do n ot et on top 4. Tenders must be In writir:: soothes soreness, and the lunp rectum and radiate from this point tosays on 15 day trets
WesternersvsrJohnson's XI C co KidGlMb e (vor r end (Or- ball parts of thebody. When these nerves more relief than any otb
ofsrclanvsaohnmandos oh g Ki:rles v. labber of the bowling. [ and must reach the Secretary of Inhale agerm.killingvapourgivinlih qra Irritated by sore, swollen Piles they has ever tried, He wit
OtuHgd^wn "A O0v^^'dSs nhng Ernest No,,s v teabberv THE N|EW TONIC nddTrC Tr b ^^" ri ^ KS ?^
Summer HOUse vs Renown "A" nme)liE rne s vJabra Other eastern ?one teams aveIthe Trinidad Turf Club on o'r be- relief overnight from cough,sorI carry messages of pain, not only from the laage protruding pies
u Ho enown A Rommey lOUs Barradavla th- each lost two matches, leaving Wfore the t June, 1944. throat and Stuffy nose and h. the rectum, but also from various other could not sit down."
aC"Dv wt: Hrnt v Diri; Ra- Orange Grove "A" as winners ot 1 parts of the body. For Instance, Irrita- Mosey-Kk IA ri
mon Barrandas v A Brittntn. this section to meet the winner, AND 5 The Trinidad Turf Club doe', i on of these nerves by PilesR may cause Gt Cittnetrold from ye
Portugsee vsQueen' Park otel ~of thew~ster zonein whih *AA~eess~ee~Thno bindntselfbo accetothghigh-yl#h:rsevnereb Ieandaches. nsevreoheaachesnercounesa,.ac Putdy.tPutitttoehettes..See
Portmues vs Que n's Park Hotel of the stern zone, In which L U IER not bind Itself to accept the high- no.staning. t contains nine In-.ache, constipation, weak kidneys, pains that the very first applt
Acer vs DeaorneBt Baraariae more yet unbeaten, with BI giin r chot n the legs. faulty memory, stomach pain In 15 minutes. fe
Algiers 5RenownB"BLOODxtureetillfonbetplayed gradients specially chosen to and liver trouble. 'When people get rid at it quickly relieves ti
one m; ore fixture still to be ptha itt to
Algiers vs busseA 6.. Any person whose tender Is combat head and chestoolds. Erects of their Piles they find that many other af or yourself that it
TPpDrBynInningsssNVIGORATES Any yorsfeewhoseetennew ps
Tcoll- Te. T 'he results of matches on Sun- accepted will be required at hi twice as fast-lasts twice as lmng. troubles are also cleared up at the ame you feel ike a new
It Ime. Help get rid of your reictal trouble judge and after using the
Th tollowf will represent Essex By n ings day were:-- INVIG RATEI own cost to obtain on or before iK,ys ktp a ar handy- and you wi know the real oy o vor- au*, you ar not ent
eel wu a~o'x ~ ~ OrngeGroe "" v. Est nd suu~ws~ssw bfoand you will know the real joy of vigor- age, if you are not snth
h DSudayGardia Crepnnt Orange Grove "B" vs. East End - the 15th June, 1944, an occa- any- ous health and sound nerves, every way, simply retue
a W%. rk^.i Neslax Vailiday GOW11lsn Correspendent. Orange Grove *B" 129, N. cud- rell ITNI nood ol cec ndttae l'0 "* -1It urgenty. Now Treatenet Works Pass paka. and your mnsiM)
D. met. AB a -iContinU- Jo 4, 13 and L. Hard-ston al Icence and to take all eo umayn a edteuaed you r ntly.
-S y' FoYZABAD, May I ContSnU-joe41,F.Bhan13ndL.Ha- N I UU h comply with Chlnaeoldnotonlytothepanand funded n full. GetCM
; IA MhlIng their overweek first class mar' 10. wUpr-th e ssryovs onslofwthe q itetlhn gin 15minutes,b ut contains I druggist today tor on
s~ia SYTEM hic hel naureChilngroid must do
Roh, B. To F' match at Apex against T.P.D. in J. Bahadur 7 for 33, 0. Halbal' TeE provisions of the Liquor o Ingsedisenth which help nature a nid do
U,^8.|chB.^ m atc at Apex THE SYS1(o^ ^ 1i k0 t^I" TEIM Lticences Ordirance. the sorel^ spt an shrink an CQUPl6ts 101111U411
Peters d ,B. T (, the S. Patrick Countty Cricket 1 for 17, and R. E ndake I for 21. reduce the swollen blood vessels, and
Peterste swOld baod pielbsn
Woodford ..:-Boyse hee competition on Satlurday, Apex East End, 28 for 1. C. Halbal 15 BN heTT, h elp restore normal healthy con-
MCp.'-.S A ritually swa'd their opnents not out and B. Bahadur 8 not out. 0. P. VITAMIN D BENNETT, Chinarold has a special a l a.
t(tt'A.Pinard, A.AR-vtor which makes it simple and
Orangea t ~.Grove '"Psl1ia .. ICeI VTA I
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Armbr. J. Bammy, H. Babb, I, toryb n ,men hrt wards 68, H. Perrelra 9, R. Ruli 18
v erwayne, 0. Holder nd Batting witl 'hrent men so, Asue 20; F. A. Rawlim' 4 for
Williams. the visitors were only able o 72 I. Murray 3 for 64. C. Samp-
Prom thfllowingwillreresentl thu Iah the small totr l of 47 runse son 1 for 32 and S. Bally 1 for 22.
Mrodem ,C. on g grothiruecndd:ittt du t range Grove "A" 64 for 7. t Attention Customeis AtteR
W. John (sCapt.); Cedeno T very steady attack maintained by Murray 10 not out and C, Samp-B A A
Mobeca, S. Lslung, I. Allen. E, the Apex bowlers. son 13 not out. V. Edward: and C
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MA .t I w Im rre .................... .
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T. It1iembiN"Id. b Phillps ....... ............ 6
I. Aalla. Pldrsb. Pem.. ...............
1..utaefrma e uxc a Itil 6pe., 46
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BOWLINO ANALYSIe
0 M I w
t Fl ................... .. 4 a
0. Lashley ................. a 40 1
rPullip .................. 11 0 3 aZ
0. saith ................... 4 16a
Kn. Tasa Cho ............ 314 a
L. ai i Snt ........ .... ...... .... I
MAPL-ijnd Innin'in
C A. Ja kblr .. ............. I
A. 4 aa c Seokram b Jackblr T
A. JOSp c ,S. M. All b d Souza ... ... is
Rt. Tafg Chooi b Ja&ckbir . .......... l
KIt. arteaA b Jatklbir ........................
0. MuSltsh Ibw b do aSous ................
0. Iruns not out .... ....................... I
0. 1Hntoo b e1. M. All ........................
M. Philllip b 8. M. All ..................... 0
L. Plrre b S. M, All .......................... 0
0. Laslley not out ..... ..................... I
Bx tru . . ............ .. .. ..............
Total for wickets ................. ......
BOWLINO ANALYSIS
0 M H w
. de onza ........................... 9 2 1 2
3. Jackhir .............................. S 0 IS 4
I. M. All ..................... 4 0 20 1

QUEN'a PACK "A" v Q.R.C.
Q .C,-It llInnins .. S4
QUEEN'S PARK "A' --lit Innina s16
for 1 declared.
Q.R.C.-2.nd lningol
N. Procope lbw b Quesonrl ......... 7
J. Gammon r Wood b Poucehet .......... 10
R. Aqul b QutIsenal . .... ......... 0
K. Treitral l e and b Wood .. ......... 53
N. HNrkar Ibw h Wood ....... 11
K. McMIllan c Burnett b Pourhtt ...2
C. Gay b Wood .. 0
. Hope c m and b Pourhot .......... a
.1 Lou r- 'Quensl b Pourh.et ............
K. Asing run out .... ........... 2
C. Gopail not out .................................
Kaxtiras ............ ..................
To tal ............................................... 2
BOWLING ANALVSiS
0 M N W
M. QOginc ....................... 4 1 4 2
I. (lomnea ............... ............. I 1 0
C. Polihet ................ ........ .1 4
H. Nurnet ....................... 2* 3 a 0
R. ',. Wood . ................ 0 27 3
J. B. Stollmeyer ................2 1 I 0
ST. MARY'S v. SPORTING CLUE
ST. MARV'S-lat Innlnigs 100
SPORTING CLUe-lIt InIngle
,. Robrtbon c Achnng b MIranda ... 17
X. Orce!a A H. Clartte b tDrsinm 1 1
X. Mclntvre hit wikt. b Drayton .... 0
1. fernand-s b Miranda .............
J. Trts lhw b MIrnda ............ 2
J. Alklns e Achong L Vleira ...........
N, Jaeksna b Mirand ...... ......... 0
I, Montsll e Vl#la MIMralndt ........
R. $@on stpi. Val1re b Vlitra ............ 12
i 110p4e Dravton .............. ..........
R. TqI-'l-Vat sot oit .... ....... ...........if
extra ....................................... ....
T otal ................................................ 175
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o M N W
7 G arcia ......:............... 1 2 iI
M. Achning .................... I 1 2 0
. T r (t n. .. ...................... .
n. .lrIol .on ........................ 1 4
' -' lrs ...... .................. 0 31 5
R. Mitranda .... ............ 7 0 1t 5
Sr. MARY'S-Snd Inninget
it. Arhon un .. ........ 19
4. Valea b Is7ekon ......
i1. lar e and b T'sol--.Fst ........
P. NIch'lison run nut .......
iC. Rnu'aeu r Ortla b Alikins ........ 9
T,. Antil h f rntrv .. .......
V. nIrtndi, b MStn'll ............
0'. D'vionn lot nAM 3 .
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FOR SALE


I,ards it Verdant Vale Fstate
different prices per acre. Arims
River and Blanchleuseu Main Road
vasslnx through the Farstale from
North to South.
Apply C. CONNELL,
Arlma.
'Phone Arima 10.


WAKE UP YOUR

LIVER BILE-
Mil. Calml-.- Ad Tn'l SwI Od
dord d eVhlva wVlm .
Ter le "msui se et tm ewt s a
UlldaMberheto wrsen8dglbl. ISbi Mle
t, lit 1-ini tt lr~, M eedm' d'.
s-k Ixst s-Hlase la ths b5idsbatsa l
M9 ir o>>ald. You -et" m-tW.
L ehel eptam gIsasim~Mt t
ieal etr, mak and tae wemid loue pak.
SmeteN bowd tml -t dams' et a S
I"eetcuse.i a.t46"Iss noSmNa Castee

1dtt UvS ail tb f aetwoIla ad
- "SOLM-"*
al up'. Harlssem. -atl fa t autia "a
mlng biS Mew fmlwy. Lmk te tsame
CnrlattIv Le o nll o tMhe tadp
misin alaB Pulees* Ss1


Bonanza


UATd T IN .. .. a"- .... .....
a "". .1.1 *-In AH -

0 m. S tM.Ji ....... -- a
0. b Wwwat --- -lii -...;^ is
0. Lu t ut .............
0. W. lis Iw b w Ntk .b.m.. 5
H.OrBt Jaw b BIteUe ........ M
C. asMutf k BMl ......s... O
S. Grant Ibw b .i.dI ...........
t.C. BAt Not Out ............. .......
A. Caeir did not ;mt.
E xtrsu .......................................
Total ifor I wictsa (declared) 03
SOWLINO ANALYias


L. Rickht ............. ............... l
P. Memosu 1
1 1. L iaet-t ......................... .
R. .lla lm u .......................... .... 1 0 14
!L. Bedec bt ................................ I O u
ST. Joeeph ........ .................... s1 II
EAAT INDIAN--nd Inla stue
M. MS aoard inot out ..........................
. tb run out .................
R. Vishnu a Grant b WIt lia ...
K. Iale l inot out ....................
Total for I 1cketa .................,. 1
SOWLING ANALYSIS
0 M R0
a. Cogair ........... ... 1 Is*
C. Willim s.............................3 1 1
SHANNON v. TINOO
STINOO-ist Inning .. .. ... ...... 1|
SHANNON-l.t Innlngst
1K. lng1 lbw Anien .... ............-...
N. Holder Ibw Haynee s .....................
I. W lllliam Ibw King ......................... I
D. F'ltzpalrik b Skeet ........................ 1
ft. Dotln run out .. .......... 31
A. Jarkman c King b Johnson ............ I
D. James b King .I
I Antoine not out .................. 4
K. Dottin c (1111 b Pilgrim .... ... .......
A. Harding not out ..... ...
E xK t s .. ..... ... ................... .. ...... 1


Total for A wickete ... .. ...... 10:
BOWLING ANALYSIS
0 M CV
C An ldrew ............... ... 11
H. Hsyne .................. ...... 5 4'
0 Pllsrlm .. ......... .... 7 3 15
C. kUm t .................. ...... 0 26 0
H. sr nt .. .......... : 0
A K int ..................... 4 1 12
W. Johinmn ...on ... ......... 3 1 13


Army Fighters For

Apex Card May 20
Sunday Guardian CorrespondenLt.
BAN FERNANDO, May 13-The
amateur boxing tournairent to
staged at Anex on Saturday. Mae
O20 wil be featured by a number
of youtne and promising glove-
throwers from the Army.
The youna pugilists will be een
worklneout at Esolnet's Mart, 14
Ht*.h Street. on Sunday. Mav 14
from 0 o'clock In the morning.
F1ihtiln in this exhibition are
Anscl Baba Adrms. South's k.o
soeclalist: Leghil Assam. Sqt
Boyce, BantiSt'. Holder. Bob anc
man v oth-rs from the sotthertn
Amate'r Boxine Club, of whl''-
mr. A. W iwlve is pianager and
Mr. A. Wilrl:.*on. trainer.

.Knock-out Hockey
Fixtures For Week
Rovers 'A' will oppes" Hotsp'rs-
in a knock-out hockey match to.
morrow afternoon,
Weel's fixtures are:
Mon.-Rovers 'A' % Hntptirs-.
Tues.-Polire 'B' v I.C.T.A. (re-
plv.yi.
Weod. Rovers 'B' v F.A.A. 'B'.
Thurs. -Casuala v Benbow tre-
play).
--rt.---Prnle A' v Winners ol
Police 'B'- C.T.A.
Players and officials are asked tc
make a special effort to start on
time so that extra time might be
had for play in case of a draw.
PRESENTATION POSTPONED
Due to unforeseen circumstances
the presentation function of the
North All Fours League, which was
carded to come off at the Eastern
Recreation Club at I pm. today,
has been postponed to a date to be
fixed. __


LADIES' GOIF RESULTS
Results of the Ladles' Monthly
Medal played at St. Andrew's on
Friday. Mav 12. are as follows:
1st Mrs. Ward. .184 net.
2nd Mrs. Vincent 371 net.
3rd Mrs. Reid 38 net.


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FEED GRINDERS
PLOW SHARES
ONE HORSE CUI.TIVATORS

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Help Liver

Combat Debility
Tour liver Is the hlaeett amd moat lm- l
portatnat rg In ,our bedy. It ela, l
and purifies your 1blod and help. dlga
Geur food. But If your llver Is tird ad
lai you will siffert frieostttlmi,
a b. naeadschs. dlrlnae, tsdstlns,
S Rollnss. ba4 brloth, Boo apietlta.
bad otmlralon, feel ired aon your
eyes wll look yillowlsh. To amssbat
aise trouble l(IIIleklyr ant restore your
health usi Hiasten. the dlseovery of
an Amoreian pllysiian. ilitton is a
rawl tonlo to your liver and Intastlnes
and Ia guaranteed to naks You etl
ora;and' elta= Sor
.71aeialrT. (e ae lm
"on" ~ tow. '


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Trinidad ht eld r wthxame
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i Barbados

SIncident

IExplained
The Editer, 8uaday Gueib
I have been ased s often at
W the "Charlee incident" of
Second Colony match, that
have decided In the interest
9 football and the public, and
fairness to Charles, to write
o on the SUbject.
3 I should mention that a peni
Against us as a result of Incidl
i had before thr s been awar
Sfor which we thought, very mi
4 of Us, a foul would have b
it awarded In our favour. In I
Case we were satisfied that the
- feree as the best Judge, and
S though a little ruftled, the TrI
Wdadlans on and off the 9
Accepted his ruling In true apt
ir it silrlt.
SA short time after the "Chal
0 Incident" took place. There wai
Sscrlmmate In front the opponei
I goal really In the penalty an
and a loud appeal for "han
went up. The players hesita
for an appreciable Interval, I
then the whistle went. The
I feree ran to the spot and plac
the ball outside the penalty ar
indicating a free kick for
SCharles was seen to walk off
field.
v He reported to me at once w
apologies, and stated that all tl
. took place was that he said, wt
he saw the referee hesitate
nulace the ball on the spot, "1
A Referee, the ball was hand
Theree" pointing to the al
Swhereupon the referee ordered It
to leave the field. Other memb
of the side admit that Chat
said "something like that,"
Id 'claim' to have said about
I same thing themselves wl
They saw themselves a goal do'
Sand belna deprived of a penalty
At half-time I saw Grlfflith
I'Jr on his racing shoes (he
fereed with them on) and I
dressed him thus: "Say. Herm
for what offence did you put
Charles "?
He answered, "I have no t!
to bother with this now." I tl
Called Commander Havward i
was near by as a witness, i
asked Mr. Griffith, as manager


FCONTINUED IN NEXT COL.)


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Dr. Joe. R. Ferreira
and
Dr. Gladys erredra.
formerly of N.w York City
and British Ouiana and for
the past 7 years at 31
Frederick BtrIst. Port-of-
Soain. are now at 114
Frederick Street (opposite
St. Mary's College),
'Phons SM.


I Dr. Gladys Ferreira (D.C.)


Dr. 3. ILFerelt (D.C.)


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emmiriii- *aw Preea

flMh *S 4


YOU-
tCONTINUeDn M P OPRVIOUUa COL.I
Ult, -. _
ats the Triidad side. I am sking you
ded as referee, "What was the offfonc
any for which ou put my man
men Charles off the field?" He be-
this came 'buxlve, so I apoloised ftor
re- the mbarrasrment my questiotta
l- caused him and walked off.
ni- in hi8 report to the n.A.P.A.,
leld the referee chargeu Charea with
Irt- having questlied his decision in
these words: "Put the ball yon-
rle der." This he construes as 'Vie-
1 a lent conduct' in contradistin ion
nts' to 'ungentlemanly conduct' su as
eal. to lustify putting Charles off the
das" Aeld.
ted I may add that he is alleged to
anti have recalled Charlt while lihe
re- was walking off the field. At
ced half-time, as the players were
ea, taking the field, he sent a mes-
US. sage to Charles that If he arolo-
the gised to him hlie could take the
field, and continue to play. kpart
Ith from the fact that such a liune is
hat not permissible under the rules,
lte we were prczparet to play with
to ten men and hol i that fort In-
Mr. stead.
s'd that at no time during the niatcli.
pot, I think that I should mention
ali or, tor that matter. during the
eras tcur. could the game be described
r*4 as "rough or dirty." T think It
but is a matter for ride on both
the sides that with such provocation
hen the game in Guestion did not dr-
wn, venerate into sontelhng other
S than "football."


A. G. FRAN('CIRS.
Manaer. Trinidaid Touring
Football Side, 1944.
Colonial Hospital.
SPORTS SECTION OPENS
The Negro Welfare Cultural and
Social Assciatinn will be op(iting
their sports section today.
The onener will :ie Youths
against "Orown-Uns" in a rolmiders
tussle at the Queen's Park Sa-
vannah.


]


Stopped Her i

SERIOUS SKIN

DISEASE
"Relief Immediately!"
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Ati n i'o rui l l't, I l ,f Glrmbil *It nlh
it a lo rbl'h, h brain In ruonrwitl II lt lhIs
hle ullshelt s 'l(|1h rlr l p "I' n wnun'tl and
ted the l r irihI l lt Irrltli IInflattimatlion
And paIn. I'hv i lHtItrie n ofithe "irrln tr i t
hte Ittlirr ba.Nir in tnilllplh ttiIn Iot.mnianel
tt d) Ihei nand, ,,i t lf ir l ln ti n lo th ia o
tapes I S worlh. ,:41 yolfll t inlt of G.ermo Otl R now.
)tlgI how It( ilheit, I StF how II henla I
NO1'1.I how It1 lhtinhen skin Iroihlt and
lev bhrrdli a martork or i%,ar hehlnid N#
iome I>. 'onipiletn.ihniit ll in (0'intGemeaf .
the ,orlil'a jraeilet btalor.
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S- .---tECZtEMA, BURNS,i
SUNBURN. INSECT SITES, CUTS,
ABSCESSES, HEAT RASH, WOUNDS, etc.


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Blinded in the service of INthe
P.rnpire. niimhbe of men and
wo ,nn lo-div are iiced wilh *
stern. reltinil s s nd life -Ilng
;rt l'tJ. I lakc ibe rla pl ionceO
alait asn uswlil mrmheris nt he
oemuhlty, thrv nnuit leatm *
bie blind. O St. liinisten', islb
your help, l %gnliRng t1,m the
itr-nins and tile oppOrI:nille
they nertd. All men And women
from llomnc. l)otmiuit',, lindian
and C:olonul l'orrc', hllndrd
on war service are eligible Lot
St. Dunsito's help.
All 't fn t'rtitOl 0n fro` i
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P49 *n MMay So OW .
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runner, W arrive here today.
Oouain, the two Barbadosa y-
clisats and the Curacao runner wU
arriv early next week.


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