Trinidad guardian

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Port of Spain (Trinidad and Tobago)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Trinidad and Tobago   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Trinidad and Tobago -- Port of Spain

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
ltuf - ABZ3083
oclc - 12086429
alephbibnum - 000354929
lccn - sn 89049124
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
UF00081212:00663

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JKl9 ( eret& An, LONDON. may It (AP),-Through a turious Ned defence heavy ONDON. May O n S-
X11Mc c iommons bombers and fighters renewed the Allied aerial assaunTt on BerTin aNd tav have ea a______
I.e.g oedwm wors Brunswick, shooting down 125 German planes at a cost of 2 bombers Nort"hern Russa. at" ---
after, aca Se- 1nd I fighters. batu one of the bigr and w4rt9
s1 101110 1- dha-mmerlgs of the was'atM.aH o m rFor Publi
a war rcamp This sin resumption of the __ ________ An ^awwl 1.. Honured For Publ
SMar 25. offensive from British bases sue p622 t mght aid: retres
mu the Germans ,bro out great sw&rms of Nai
In te bu L fh w hic ^ ^ rea i h Duke Of Windsor's screew by aicraf fro An
In he eak fihtes. hic retedwhie te ~corting carrier, sank at leasst1110
os. Fifteen weather checked the Alled on- Resignation Denied U-boats nd there can be ,t
&ld: litve e- laug !ht. Battles raged all over theUo a
#A Unredueht to but United States Foere as Goveru oz e a doubt that several ofpthe m111141M

*MilrttXMP y-E~tn frtrn t B ropr iageFortreses LONDO,-M-- ---- ter. were.. datmac nged and Wile OP two t MOV^I ^ ^^ H ---ll^^ --
Lab. urltet from and Liberatores plunged through A I Ofc sa atdoipne or twoen
l taf a r.ed o rain ton dump an ectm fated i told Reuter tonight: 'We have The convoy was onte of tho bg-
Cear that the Ger- tons of bombs on each of their no nowldgeyf th mater tst yt tBrun o Nother RuS
w respOiSlzl. objectives.,no knowledge of the mattrr etvttornto NrhrnRl-
as the terns British-bae Allied al mb whatever," when asked to coM- sias and C carried about 2) UM
broke loose In all its fury as a eet on the -New York PNet* of war material. British. Anoni-
a t Is o -ce G-plane American armad lash- message from Washington can and Dutch merchants dPs
Thts e-sd out at targets in Berlin and which said that the Duke of were crammed with sie,
Brunswick in thunderous aerial Windsor had resigned hl; post tanks, engines. eunS An food. &iV
am iit to Swii t.- offensive, reducing the Eursop asGovern(aofthe Bahamas. they atll ot through u in pa itee
'-- Ide fortress to a proper stage for the attack night and day en their
.E Of the fl n tate western invasion. outward and homeward oes
*whsl W~tien i Up to 750 Fortresses and ULri ~~ bIt was a triumph for the oa
gi8ven a brief form l taorn, with an escort of at least t Navy's destroers, the men
H& the SWZSS Govern- equal Strength, delivered doubt Allies R e an ngha ched on tash oesw
daths and the in- barrelled blows on the Reich war the seas and the young 0lots 4
notices in Lim-centres, some 125 miles apart. I telFtl othr. Th r Ivated t wa
o. .The German radio r that ut skirts Io und the -oan o Vm A-
.enthe families similar bitter air battles were miral Olennle in ommNsd In thew
mres ent raged across the Reich today and tlne new British cruier Black Pritance
c oape." The d ers. over Berlin itself. en r e O e in ap and the battles were fougIht In
brs ,had made The most furious sky fights w re e Arctic Ccle ind ppl led t h
and even men- royrted over Odnabruck, whose in snow and blndin n stof Us
In to rel On ra y wereePounded on May Ai SOUTHEAST ASIA HEAs UAR- and high seeas. It was; o 0 1' 10I
Ifn -lte t rmed along with other German obje TErS, Kandy. May 19 aReuter).- degrees below zero, that the 01lot
went on to say that tives. American heaviest bombers Chinese and American troops have of a Swordfish aircraft had to be Loomas on appa bretem leghaters I the Co w Cuber
t o t a t made their last major thrust be- broken i nto the outskirts of Myit- lifted from his Cockpit. O, e efllcy the Aed n Governor th ed sle A. t. Wright (fighllt) ples.
Se Shot re- fore the western I phase in history's Ityina i itself and they have been Swordfish dived on a U-boat as t him Ins gni of petiSe evies award eonferr to the ast New Ye
and sometin the mightiest air offensive droned to joined by reinforcements including was zig-zagging and scored aLgreat before the Goes-net Is Mr. Deoald Mlrides ma nasgrr direeth ofA n
Omcpe attempt of- a virtual standstill, after 29 con- men flown to the captured airfield. hole in Its hull. Destroyers rushed made 0.3-L On to the left In~ atose r Mr.Allan des Santes. Del
cpred. It wa secutve days. With other troops they are pushing o and with two burst O their owated I.S.O.: the Rev. J, H. Pole, sde M.DI., and Mr, R. .
e e of the war. Berlin decribed the air battle towards Myitkyin a from the north. uns the U-boat went down Te. Agriculture made O.B.L The Royal Warrants were ad by the i
Government i 'especially fierce." and saol that yltkyna the largest town In Germans jumped into the water Acting Colonn al a n eeedary.
isdby this news 'flak was also taking effective northern BurmA, Is linked up by In rubber boats and i fe adkets 8oeo
ln e protect- part" In the German defenses. It road and railway with Mogauing. and 30 0of them were picked up. M te esedy
d, through was the 10th daylight raid of thesome 25 miles away, which is be- Another kill was made bytha a ...... ,-e)
of the deaths war on Berlin and its envilron lieved to be the main Japanese Swordfish which di6ed through & I f
aind the Air Ml- which were rocked with something base and a column under Brig.- clourpd a d drbd *t bse s aterlIn The Legislature
f.rom the ran flike 47,000 short tons of bombs In General Frank Merrill has sue- ouarel on the d- o g 2 deia


from t he era n 26 major day and~o nigh attck Fray nk t Me noBrbrrdel hail 5110- sqarlvo thetcal U-boatd Mr. It wal Yeserayc
Sfull a-.dImmediate 6e major day n.d night attkckseeded In throwing a block across headed for the convoy 12 mFirAs For
Circumstances and since the RF. sttd its knock this road. John Nixon, B.B.C. re- away. e e is in l
't "fa ore-utcampaign against the al vGerman1 r tter, points out that this will One of the heroesof the battle. ansrd iF ,r. Th Leis late ,d sit sol
toc faeto thecpro-u capital on November 18. If today'srevent the Japanese from moving was a nilot who attacked while morning yes Wrday, ado 4.d
atoc o h i force wasn divided equally betwe prvnttenaans AcW.n 1,uncifie curenyreso-~
orce nd Brunswick the q m be troops from Moganug .where they suffering from avendicitls and e Acting Financial Seretary's
tribute to Berlinhave large forces, ot his U-boat the first time. anatoriumuB.W.o1 unified currency ros1-
offcal sd tri utontoaly dupies cIeac to 1 000 cross to threatened Myitkyln,. Twenty-four hours later the des. lu ion in amended 2form by 1
and their hRlg north of the town of Mogaung up troyers were still drooping death votes to 2.
IN S a tE BARRAGE the Mogaung Valley, other Chhiese charg r. round the convoy. The Steady flow from the U.S.A. of Passed five Bills. QA
troops are pressing forward hot on Alle had one los, It was in this necessaryt supplies of material ,nd (1) Modified the applicotlonof
:V"The first bomber-fighter pilots the heels of the Japanese about Li4 action that the d strover Mahar- equipment for the proposed Caura the Rent Reatrction Ordin- no



hackme fro Jerein 8ai tAha'tt her equimen fory^& ^ ^ thee .n prJ.dCa
back from Berlin said that miles from the enemy's defence atta was torpedoed and sunk tuberculosis sanitorium, construc- ane
Nazis threw up en Intense anti- base at Kalinan tinn of which is duo to 6egin soin, 2) Amended the Police Or- s
sson barrageover the capital. Away on the ndo-Burm border Is practically d, Mr. A. S. dance.
and sent up marms of fighters south of Imp.al, a Gurkha brigade Oray, Archite-t nW .H t)Made provision for re- to.
which attack in waves. Mobsi an outflankin r m movement, have C Watkins and Ps r lA. mitting etate and success ion
weather was spotty over Berlin, agai n a roan d diblockr e a cross the eit I tol he "TTinidad i G d "m-. dutie inresp of persons i
sessdion shadfihtersrd appaaren mto' t main o thBieb with plans both ) Amended the Invnlgra-
'donsheledfighters in certain areas o io south of Bishenpur, and "Nixonwhrbeasuywihpnsot (5Amddte -o,
Standing concentrate on one section of the says they are firmly established. of the Sanatorium and Of the tlon (lspeclal Provisions) Or-
is extpired W: formation at a time. Some H hgrou s hool and Central Train- ditaIe, UHL,




K~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~r~~~~ALE (hAnTrpoS of metPal n otenFaiexnio-o nvl n thrwrs ewa w < Schoo an Central Train- dir. 1 ~oe,^ 14 -y t
reported attactksa by 50 to 10 wer-ALLIED R DrUART t mah IN n institute. On the way back The HonMie Gerald Wight's Isi
necessary, the Act- man Interceptors, while others a Former-Ja1hem stopped at Washington to resolution on Medical services
S, the third report attk bs i5 tTo 1 00Pcr-AC O, May urepoe to next Dl0to
said, because the countered no opposition fromoe dltF eamacan Amerter)--t was tnnodh tistt nvestlt o with the British C.t- mo
haeto da ih my aircraft at all. First reports IlA.j morning that In the West Pacific. onles nsply mission. the material Governor's decision to acquire
dicated tha Amerilo me Wdewhitriu sAmerican heavy bombers attacked equipment Uped otion. Marella lands toe- public is
SI indicate that American bomber T n n o ees p ns ulos ntor purposes approved.
in the near f'o gunners and fighter pilots took a Death of Mr. H. G. de LISWer ah met Intenhe anpuirrcrt apreoetty
e une heavy toll of German *planes. fot mer editor of the "Jamaica afire and one I curator was stt sl o e te Mn Gehod proval given Cit y CouncHi s
see t sd tt he fe an d so mnAy eetm J a soonatS 'ar San 19t e simy wates wereve ne adw I
adjourned tOne pilot said that he d neverr Gleaner" and secretary of the s b orn tame r and t ed iatrevenuead
e n mTa ye m fhteri n e- giImperial Association, took A ommunique from Admiral construction settled construction G
fore. They were attacking in for- place on Thursday morning, ac- Nlmit ay that on the work will t nsr o e extended life S
matons just like Fortresses,' he dlsaynanotonethesomedatworkwil begin. Designs are foro
SorMeets stated a he described fe cording to an announced to American ane also attacked thea two-wing two-storey structure tonLegislativeCouncil s e-
C ombat between Amerib aMUD- Wuhington yesterday evening. He air string at Ponape Island in the accaunodate ultimately `16 beds ion to June 16. Je
Stang and upwards to00 German was 6. Carollnes and the Japanese ae which include several private wards.
tBoard fighters, directly over Berlin. Son of a former editor of the inthe Marshals. i e Sen r G ove ose
"Gleaner,"M. de Lsser worked Whiled I n na Mr. Gray o
Of post-war elop- Rb.A.F. ATTACKS first on the newspaper a proof- vsted s oral form of nsttutrae theie
Colony, with particu- reader for two years. I19603 heridadColleges fos whhhet Poi
to the tourist traffic. Meanwhile, R.A.F. Mosquito and became assistant editor and was De uau1e .. Trinidad buildings for which heat
lther uonsideraton Typh oon fighter-bombers again appointed Editor-in-chief a yearD eGn & I nse s t pr rn g snst.rbs soon urr n w
S meting of took up 'the ir daylight pounding ou later. to Barbados sti or na
SJ~ t t Board w the enemy's anti-invaston insto llf He was the author of a number" ireen t ltl o t h e foTr We t n I l










p ~ ~ o mecti.ur a t iest in neofredtherps fMnise 'r ... Iala .o foaghdJljdrqieor. arstrsaad Indies Develaco pmen i Aand Burn.
the l omeof meet- tlo is a n northern Franoe, and for- of novels and other works. He was --v w n "- Iaes Development and Wel- Bra P.av
be, hs t"Vac ma tio ns were seen crossing the made a C.M.G. for his i literary ALG ERS, may 19 s(/A).-4f- fare and hils palngl adviser for r t
nmi w" no &vt English east throughout the day, work some years ago. eral Charles do Gaull has dijusti ond-- pn for the centrall l
suggesting that the Allied Etpedi- spent three days i ItalyI It- Taining Institute and FarOn
alre ady submitted tionary Air Force was also renew- in gs- som. e of the rench. troopshatBt sh ulv lana a h alothe W st RU ELLAdingD T
v0 Government for de- ing Its offensive against the on- a s ees have done so well. In British Gua and other Wnas t AsaUnELL LANDsTB.O
aNcertain lines nd tinent In force The French Committee's spoke- MrdGayntImatd thtLONDON, May 19 (AP).-The
dis O iCUllsos with Liberators which bombed Bruns-., I c i man announced that GM n te rWo is- the n.,ayttimatend ttS beu ntLon Rusas, t thought a reporting an-
will be of considerable wisk am tworle'mations of For-Pa tro se mr ing d shlehic h a# for"the
u, the c. atre isses fa wihan went to Berlnyn- Fa atr oa ad wrm rSchoolt to be bult onthe Uer day tof e aaUvluo o ea
-- oselo -' counteredsintensew i tk w and 100 to LNDON .May 1 (Reuter),-fa1 Jawll It an y t 11-Cto o towlsittwIsn on te oster thout appeared today to
Detail 200 German fighters attacking i The King today spent several hours & A d noa tAtalWbesub t bepoised forthenal great offeI-
"0rmun-' decisions20 fo rmations o af up to ta ean. i n ra's rorn troos t. Together they witnessed the for consdetratlonof the Dinotgr 9sIv t fIom te atleU a to the Black
enmaimloated _Ac1 tf t f otaai eEi on.g o oga f o dc s-ial &S, to &t in with the auttro In Italy
this some battles a few bomber groups Porice"lswa QuseS ass a-lt by W live -ren- tp eturettea_ the et ond r tvepeningofthe
Tob.- m b aagoh mbore the brunt of the German Hg. a8duat- Prics E oesS n Sholiv ire o n tl ' a t heste rosp tv o i ng .t he
Is due back tomorrow. tacks, Sm bombardiers found of the biggest glider demonstra- ,. o.ral do auflle Conferred withanCmmte, etrnfot
Is la Moor Bro t S me tS tionsevegivenandlsowatchedGeneral Alexander adeneral Asd about the programme for Tonight, the Soviet communique
e aveSforBrti openings inthe cloud to aim viu- hundreds ofeparatroops jump. A Clark. He said to reporters: health buildings in Trinidad de- said no essential changes took place
: PEAE TURN TO PAG CL. they dropped the men were in &I- have no statement to make. The signed by his firm, Mr. Grav said during the day along the eastern
ground taken by our troops and that erection of the Nurses Homtels land tront, noting simply that 48
most perfect formation. The King our Alies and the p rloners taken in Port-of-Spain and San Fernan- enemy 'planes wee sshot down yes.
rhook hands with a paratroops materialsi- iied Speak Mf-|do was progressing satifactorily and terday.
sergeanniti st who made one Of the fclenty for themselves. MoreoverIlikely to be completed within an- But there were several indica-
earliest Jumps, the attack on a the battle lsat 1 beginning"; I other year. tions that the Russians werepr-
P t r I iit s Aci'viaduct in Italy in 1941, p ain fr offensive From
General Elsenhower also has Just the German aide there was i W.
i& made a to- r ofrtheland Itros i creasing propaganda emphasising
New yu dosiavi~ aulneL both Britain and northern Irelacal the weight ointhe Imminent Sovie
P a For LTraining'onsslaugat, and there was sotpped-
Cd-, ,,up bombing o, German supply Ills-.
By__ WLEO Chinese Hold Out O0f BarristersProposed I tchl Atlbeits
May .- (AP).-In uneasy exile from the battleground=Z H t Barristersikr^-^se "" t" "" t=d
r' id Loy gHelsinki correspondent reported
L n Peter--obviously wihBiihpromptinw.--oZ Insd eL y g_____ __ ataSoetBtlFetapct
withBritsh Ied ta make a major attempt sees
inet and initiated action to form a new government to Dy SJPENCERI KOOCA Governm~ent aspects to discuss with the members of ne Corn- to wrest control of tlhe Gul ot
1!lz. CHUNGKING, May 19 lAP)1.--A mitte nf/hriual Oa~tsI h ~ nis no Ther Genao roman thl gntoNarma&
Chlinese_ Army spokesman today teo lhrEuainOf~llteI h etIde.nwhr iln rmasGras
monarch, beset by c~~onceded thma the defenders of the on their way from Barbados Ia W as i gt n 11h1 queston of training Bay8u e u rn u se i L
Othis country's fr- mihtcoe within a few days and a~ncient city of L.oyangz in Hoosn locallyv peremM deldrbUg to qualiy as bartistar-at-haw. taKsontKate Frederlalsmann
diected t. Ivan S. left In guarded comments the hint Province were surround-so and coin. and av niaealr. e
Gorenos' of Croatia, that those developments may con- ule~tel_ e f ut The__"____nandda va in date aunder-
delicate dplomatic tein slurprises. hold 10 to Sopor ert'tha sa idt theY Telt rsee 'lysntda tOm edIV" uldr 4 ...,_ -n -eu f acl" t i tohlllle Glfl o T inland
cet fthectotnds that the Colonioal setaria practse inth own or some/ otheraevt nteGlo aMno
a efallhUo Cabiuet If the developments contain a and were "determined to bold out." reetysett h rrCucil ooy shsssters or solicitors.Co
ieet wit-h t~le approval surmise the possibtlity cannot be It was announced that the Jap memorandum I-n t-clow ac '.n invriu trs .spnen esO
MId S lovenes wihd]scouted that 'lio himself might ann. who cut the easzt-west Lung- Office reviewingl the qulniflcatios eady baln s and has been found Lus~t Days of kltOpo
~0venture at best a beofrdteps fMnse fhal rsilway to Loyangl had joined required for has-risters and solid- atsatr. Sir Alan Burns,
_War as8 a geetitre of goodw~i. It is forumg with the invaders from Cars in the Cokcn~la n ____ ~lrU ~snlIxe ODN sF1 Jm ,.
dm innc in lus a noeL which TIto now holds to all Ehns Province and In a further puttng usrward andV stskin -.8 persoa l texperience PalO ON W Mttay *' Id~
pu h...is increasing effect and purpose in the light of p.ush ached the railway town ot facilties for uslflu Ico as a lawyers trnined locally are. gsnor- 'News Chronlhde,' ha 915 bee ta
..Alue councils, f Allied deliveries of sueplis, Ehanshn. This town is 411 mle. bearsliters shul be prvied, al spe aking~ moe eoo etent than the Crimea to vlsit Lbn Usevestopa
tio. .n to Ursa; .ea.hf., It wa lere that -iom Tungkan, gatewa to th. Th maoadi ...., tos who' jut uaifdIn th b it....ld and ina .spte
hurr~edly. There one ti the f diff~icultes he. nortwest attire elbow of' the Tel-' "'In lue ease1 of preoms e Uus KAingdolqm'.. the BiDC tolls how S mea o
will take the lob 'been ovrmn te feasn that Su- .o Rile- h a nter.is ~O1 o 9O Iwt asin Celen"Or the German Z Ut h m war
ecndtlons--the] basic who recently came here frosuimesWh~lat Japaneee treelasome addtina qinlth e alkmn ig'aiiesiyuam(s nMla mahdadeeee yb
~~~~~~~aga ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t MieirilwoGh' lidyi ieie lie ohv enI ssaeta bhv napro f areal n iow 14u~e I
te the, new.., Cab-,alo wIth uer .=w =, los _-...', d t-.apo;n mls at ii8j~ some1 ., n= pmsna.e',, th, else srsmdae" mmt in lbs effle
pro.....I Mudly have cniered thai- uuthint m Tuingkirna prcieo telw uan~tnIi mnl~te r M Mstr says thIs Ua na faI5
wil be thatsolves the country's r ulng abase. .. ... .I"t doe not If~low that It Is w~uoema Ie tle g of a ml- lenins~l abll wear mie IsM
lsaSP Wiln bUr~e tru~ly=. This tobj'ection coeivabys m aNt =- . neceasril deialeb thaf naie fetl y inrejn smwmluat~ewu4 iwand av. nMJ4U U wide at m

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51515A U"dIFN 5 d eft @ ar o eof gf Mj ap. "ive aIEymsdsde fd R"as
Wftrmmda- Fudhroup vinimd ID s.
Puffnth Gov- batan his t* owmnis ___________
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Equipment

Left Behind 4
Strong Air Stppof%
Given Land Fro a
During Fighting
Oy CDWARD KUNNT .
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INaples, May 19 AJ-TsU
m*an wiLbdrawal before tn
hammer bows of the Allied
SIn Itab be trned M into a M
orderly retreat In some olae1 wI6
the los of equOpment, qRI aq
tuna, an Allied Read ersrtevo
mentator anounced today,
With the Eighth and ith
lea takn e new i mi a r
explo\1ition ofd thte vlet
the Ouav h Uimc the Netd
hove extreme dntIft v bu
Stn thet equilibrium to
a new stand on the so-e oaed
Pf*r Nk fth-f Hitler l~ne-which Oermsa-a-
adan a &Mheabda breodeastD now say
'ear*s & daw not.Ihttely existed,
G en. n1m and Cen Lid. The KItler Line w"as otf
pouty A0eeitmlat General. de- regarded as lfllnl fr 1uI
WtFmIat Actl i4 n ie Tp t of heighta around MountKW
SHeleEr Kro de Banton, the through Ple demonte, Aqutrl,
tecorvo eand to thee aktali
vicinitr of ForniW
________ viAllledo land orew f states
Reuter are still gttling 1P.a
suppo t from t whe a st not
U.S. Ca tu re In the way ot attacks of
kinds but 'ofstiMplies ndag
Muii drirelttoo *d -m "r
p dimcmlrc lit the itd
ifie d cult mountain eetor Alt0
),a e sorties yesterday or the
n W a e Vlossof 21 'planes. For the wN.
end night In succession. lAter
ADVANCED- A atore and Welllngtone atta0 eS,
IADVANI D ALLIED HEr AD- roa junctions behind h
AARTERS, New Guinea, May S0 o manulineslMabj 04"00e o
P)-Oenerft al MacArthur a ane an 4 -pn-o
unced today t hat troops of thth e blockuaterod ne dapp .en al
ndlted States Sixth Army hav the coat road near T oe
Uttered mortarfiring Japanese where the sAppian War 00
fenoe positions and won the strJ udown to tb amci. ediu d B
gic Wakde Island airfield. hung by cliffs. Medium
*s Americansasod the Wakde era kept up their attas eS0
iThe m esarthWk rehW &store h ,Uw Gll4e a 't
Oacblie" On the nary~e l i6 ti 1
Iw Guinea mainland. ...on
i th norbe~t ptronsopowt rOd, rsuwat o o
General MacArthur's troops tr tOe 5. ratleay
ept around the west side of the id ies thebattle J
land and took the Japanese do-
nders by surprise. The flanktin GERMANE STUNNED
ov pinned the Jpnese defend-th


urabayn Raided areas. Pressin oalu miid
SiLONDON pocket half-mile square 1s-A 5 pisdath t o .

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S a workman n to be
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ON In lawa Cases. it
wi that a amai
031wed to mpensatnd
MM wheper hear-
h. death through his owm
Snoty Thait was so
MisAtt and it
S o here 'it Trtidad.
o Induftral casesIet,
MsWtor awd tagA un-
ileaea Very ihnitod
1-been adopted. He
*fedu tout to be at-
whefuture hrdinance
Ji deah st for which
sf houldi be oatI. Re-
ba $0 was ixTat mum
i winsh c3MpeasesM
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ibamee at vryllowagc
S it tbe adoted wafe
*atdl ought to be at-k


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ofth people it In.
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to support the reso-
d VOS In favour of it
h-u he liked it. He
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M ought tobe dif-
0 alternatives must
L cilised govemmtnt in
t questions of the sort.
taking over the in-
d he thought would
ft ton andthe other
TaRive action on the
Lworkers themselves. It
Vwe or the other.
A. Richards said
theL motion could nave
Further, neverthe-
it they would be
B-e for the people,
il no doubt that council-
live the motion their
CV.C. Itamsarran said
t ie tme was oppor-
Swhole ordinance to
a-d a new ordinance
lue to suit conditions
Today.
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O MMuncillor Ramsarran
entire ordinance should
4. Councllor Mentor
had satisned every
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VIch were bad to the
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Food Gardens

Appeal By

Governor


Cj May lM -Stuin ap-
petalfr for Wan to e-i
'T eop V"WSetawe" =4~a WAd
TradM afa m an mdqnuiieot
Pot a ti re9as ts o stuff was
made by HIS = wOry the Hoaie
A. X. t Wr 't, Acting Owtrnor, in
- ~ the Apicaunn So-
cFisvisM atwe hefrt festeday at
Mr. A. KAU*o, beadtecber, Cur-
t eC.M CX. School. the IS rwin-
Addrsstotg the as=eobly .f more
than Mwerib Mr. H.Neal pf-
he th atrouer of LOW Pod
d o= i aIdded, Hi Excel-
mi atlin part:
'"I am scure I sll speak for all
who ae visitor here if I te you
how m bch we hav appeciatedthe
harming arf aces to which
we ha. been treated. Alredy,
before Mr. Kallo read his annual
report of the schoors achieve-
mebtat It was clear that it was
no -oly iareoi that this
school excelled Mr. PFahey has
stressed the importance at school
geal"ning for food production,
Iad be has referred to our work
tCetber In the Oovernment in the
lpat year. I will tell you this:
that never before this afternoon
hve I sen Mr. Pahe" really utis-
ed an this subject, ad I feel
that his evident saUisfaction this
afternoon shawa that we am" in
the presence of something very
good Indeed.
I readily adopt his suggestion
that I should congratulate every
single member of this school for
th combined effort which hag won
them the shield."
Hist Excellency referred to the
strong Instinct that happily ex-
e 1 eople everywhere to
p touce owt from the earth,
and to the fact that among the
armies In the desert warfare of
this war it had been found that
the scarcity of water did not deter
the soldiers from attempting, often
with surprta success and against
what seemed to be hopeless diff-
culiUe to crow little gardens
wherever they might be.
He exhorted the children to find
out for themselves whether they
were not one of those fortunate
beings to whom Nature a-d plant
life seemed to respond. If they
that plants liked them and
under their care, they
would win the respect of their
fellow bens and have rich enjoy-
mani from their success.
Mr. shev told the assembly that
fr the last even years the covet-
ed shi3d had been won by CM.
schools six times.
Sugar estatesl. the Church and
Government were In harmonious
partnership to foster better agri-
culture in the Colony, said the
Rev. Dr. J. A. Scrlmgeour, mana-
ger of the school.
Presentatlon of the Education
Department diploma to Mr. Kalloo
wag made by Mr. R. Patrick, the
Director of Education.


South Man Jailed For
Vengeance Attack
Trinidad Guardian Correspndent.


BAN FERNANDO, May 19.-Ven-
geance attack on a man who had
beaten him two weeks before
brought Sonny Neptune, of Fysa-
bad, a five-year prison sentence
from Mr. Justice J. L. M. Peres
in the Amisze Court here yesterday.
The Jury were told that one night
Iat September while Daniel Riley
was returning krom enema show,
Neptune ambushed and hit him
with a cable wire causing loss of
the right ey.
Neptune put the defence that
Riley and two others attacked him
and Riley was hit by a blow that
had been aimed at him by one of
the attackers.
Mr. A. C. Rienzi, Second Crown
Counsel, prosecuted.


Sanatogen is a real nerve and tonic
food. If you feel tired, titles,
run down or are convalescing after
mness, t Sanatowgen. It builds
new rich blood. It Sivm you back
thd sr awh and vigourw that work
and worry drain away. And the
good it does Is baktmi.


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Acting A~towy-Oinud.
He said In pt;
-The new sctionX entated JIM
clause 4dome 1111 0
Section t e -Impaat r
ealy: thew scale i tl
wh*ch air be t el D *
Okwaunissoaver ftdude* diwakWMO
aVA a ftowa 414ti, %bigiii Me
skale at oankhment which my be
Inflicted by an offer de pd bW
the sdoau nenw deft not toctade
dismissal, and te hlt team uema
is $S.
ClaU.e Iw provides lor a new
section M A which elau rat and
regulates the provore In eases
where the C o mBntemnr metes out.
f punishluent to a man who has been
tried bry an otffirer deputed by the
Oonuaisloner. It Is desired to
make It clear that the person
cbaaned will have a right to addrM
the OCnmissiomm and to request
that further eridence be heard.
"Clausee will enact a new see-
tin 44 dealing comprehensively
with pensions. Pensions and
rratuties will henceforth be ealco-
lated on the basis of months served
and not of years-this Is osid-
evd more equitable. Subsect ion
,S> of this new section deals with
the question of foretetu e of pen-
sions which gave rise to comments
In 1941. I would like to-explain in
this connection that the rovisleon
contained in the 1941 BIll was
exactly the same as the one then
and still in existence. In the
present Bill qubsetUon (51 has been
redrafted and follows the pro-
visions applicable to ordinary civil
.servants and I wish to draw attent-
tion to the last proviso of that sub-
section whi.rb empower the Secre-
tary of State or the Governor t
cause the whole or a part of a for-
feited pension to be paid or applied
for the benefit of the wVtt and
children of the pensioner himself.
Clause 11 Introduces a new sec-
tion 48A which takes the place of
the first proviso to the present sec-
tion 46(1) and Is based on regula-
tion 12 of the Pensions Regulations,
1938, except that fractions of 1-410
ths. of a month's pay are provided
for Imntead of l-72Oths. in view of
the different basis of Police pen-
sions
"As already explained, clause 13
repeals the section of the Princi-
nal Ordinance dealing with the
Police Reserve. It is proposed that
when additional men are wanted
and pensioners are available they
may be employed If they go desire.
As the law now stands they are
liable to be called and If they fall
to answer the call they may lose
their pension.

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Permission was wanted to Kern
Trinidad Ol1fleld Ltd yesterday by
the Oil and Water oard to ab-
stract 3.000A,00 gallons of water
annually from a ravine, a tribu-
tar of the Ortoire River, In Vie-
The company also obtained, per-
mission to construct and main-
tain a dam and a spillway for the
purpose of impounding that quan-
tity of water. The application was
granted subject to certain amend-
ments to the plan as regards
construction.
Mr. 0. 0. M. O'Rellyv appeared
for the applicants. instructed by
Mr. K. de Ia Bastide of SeUllier
and Co.
The Board comprised Hisl Hon-
our Mr. K. Vincent Brown, (chair-
man), Mr. R. S. Mackilligin, In-
spector of Mines and Petroleum
Technologist; Mr. G0y M. Qordon,
Acting Director of Public 'Works,
Mr. H. D. Fletcher. Mr. H. Fahey,
Mr. R. 0. Williams, Acting Direc-
tor of Agrlculturs, wS Mr. T. .
Farrell. secretary.


MUSIC HOeUR
There will be one hour of grama-
phone music, selected by the St.
Cecilia Music and Cultural Club, at
the Coterie Community Centre, 53
Edward Street, from 8-8 o'clock
this evening.


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M ai5mi-4 Add6resses



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'ar Dr. L. CM&nand or. V. g.
DOO o bo "4*41Wtworve a tea'etnd
$B <,, k 16 0. I M Arh* 1W
%go-ae *si~. C. V* "rAtheir to A eapte
MW.WW Mr. I L. er d Uer the tay was .ela,
we Ar. PA.loamt& thedervie orwrwehd.
are, #Md J, B eiS. B_ 1 C.ArW. W rta, C.k IW u W unt m1
A* mThre R. It. MWM. A t. eWtat ele at DMoeSr, hong,i
Pete and Mr. ma&WtIteng WtWn ,t; dadw ilas
OHerpa pnno wplthedgireatly e that n to MI tofw a ae"m
WNS tree -*l&-tet Mr.V Itent a mto ernaat.iti
C. Warner Mr. IA, Pierrea Ml r aC.t t. W. I. Worrell Want
Mr. A. AV. uwthe har beet, nwearly 5 ai oerSi ty bj'm. T- te
$p1iM .r th sa lla scl. It.C. t aw doaumnt d
I Mr. A. d Mr. P ar d lake rer-%.t Mrp hI3&,It di& oodIn.
N isteIo fe-or d Nou-w Pass ageb between itheAuide.an,
I$1 ,4W. WrJohnston Occurred StleeRan..
J Mr. B. Smith. Mr. J. 8i Mahr. C d, ietlled, was giving
1 AustinMr.R. .tmt tinta documAe tin
It. APrdEr and Mr. 0al21nil. R. Jm
dis isped ram areaded -tUien s ota( otwhan throdel adld



att tiutsiti shoul
l.4811-1440 oupe Mcrt Jaitn wheO making a n8t.-

SMr. 0. r w Mv H ClleM, 1Ro5 mt l looa t edhat Iti, l d tnt s
Mr, M. R. .*wta mr. J.al.Rew, er &W GASTO41 jo Oe MNc I1
Mr. 0. M JefMra MMr.W. PAMl as01 by y MI.st rusion. KatI
dhsnL Mr. 0,h Wiai am. Mr.K 1C.o-0t amied thte docunfl.ic
Millet and Mr.A C. Clark.o Mt JL'STC RALLtNANI
l__ ____-0 ___ W hen a docum ent U i produ a ir.n
No New Road Now adm td-its, t attmhj a wit& s*sxo s enuato.
dmnieassot ofiten the trubetolok
Totr Sin Pa l the Skinne rP Jra'" totf in `ot""
fM-rett ihat tund c at t uat documttent. t
vMr. 0. arow" the I tMlonR. J O N.r t t. t t olJnOa tST
SAN M roA te Ma J heR ao meyO looked it it, Aand: or

ment's pandnt fir Ac C onanirit nM JUSTICt oALIANAN:
manias onroad Improvement and hti a uesticn of etiquette i
cnatRctia i nthe South it is t a' JO w NST a NTN: it Is
regrettable that fund*Cannotbe Ue on of ed Uette. It, is Al a j
Provided for the construction od fhedm= OffAct..I puttin and 'on
new road from the Sanot rncilao my rt it.Am Ac" t our
Wharf tc the Cross Crossing and I WetelrenstO etiquette, no doubt, re-,
Sfootpath along the Southrn, a theg out estion thatI ut
Ma Rofrom Skinner Park toAS to wheUer ain tue s ltoeI
10 OiniSt ree t U~a POWmnt



the corner of shworth o Mn the cot nvl hncauso the$
for which the Borough had asked, had failed to rtit the nunaiber ot
Government told the Council m 'bufs they should Wiv r ri that
part, "The construction of th Ban U tA In 11eepie witd. h eIe uc-
Fernando by-pas whi s now I asked no ,uestlon upon Any
underway will tend to relieve t a letAter with e i quntention, a Wal
nsiderable extent tffiac alongle wh th it i n
the section of the Southern Maint s ed by this court, w deiv
Road between the Cros sCrossngI Ju'rt. l ll
and Cipero Street while the todid nt JU'S ur t IC thiiAg do re yAI
eof proving an ternative ratrote ostU in this case wh a hou
between Skinner Park and the Sn ocan tn to crnent on adversel
Fernando Wharf will on account w"a done deliberAtel. t olcrelv. ay
of the nature of the a Wldtoneet the reat et c eautio I mut e .x-
neesahn be hirgh The borough' ersed by counar, t
sug son will, however, be JON'N I refus to b
considered at sonie future date. a tu of either. t
Uw aeclon o thAcSuused Mat either 11.


SALVATORJ'S




Standard Life TRINIDAD Nl UILDING AND lWAS
9410bIN C, I ASSOCIATION
htate to fte I* IWeI
-.o.,. PALREDUiCED RATES
-j "1" OF INTEREST ON LOANS ON MORTGAGI

Royal Naval Cllub ,UmnK ,llMt ,1
a N~aftval lleaubo t I m >tr im 1&0"to W s t A% pe 6 w atenr.
I QUaEN'U PARK KANT On leans upward of $I0,01 to 0* A W at 6S owe anlSL
On leans upwards .p >M.M ,apeela, ataes.
TEA DANCE IANt IA( IIMTtuI PROVYmNO FOR RIPAMfiNT O LOAM.
for oartiUcular apply to
V. F. AGAVI^
THURSDAY ese- tary.
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1 4ENRY STREET,
near T.G.R.

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just what you are
looking for and can'
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business to collect
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from backieb mA t 6sbe
fairly certain tha Ida"
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kidney are two of thei Nfr
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act tde bo4y I
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used niht after sdevins. j
laintantly chedts perpirtioa
Ito 3 daL. lRtuOmoOdour from

4. A pure, whit, llme. w, r ef.in-
less vanithind aeYE
L AMd his ben warded t1
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tioati Institute of Isunderin&
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S M ys Of Deliverance
Rlhve Been Wel Earned
a M reat and anxious tmes.
S brmat with tremendous issues, so
1In-In "s that they am itnclined to get
-0t Of Perspective. Mw massive cam-
almD In Italy, the aerial assault on the
-called fortress urope, the coming re-
b e of the Ruu an dogs of war, the
maiing of the U-boa m menace, the
adr1etiton of the Japanese offensive in
SPacific and Burma, and, greatest of
the impending invasion of the on-
1 by mighty Allied armies-In con-
all these colossal things there is
a tendency to forget that on the other
dMe of the world a great country Is also
figtlng Democracy's battle against a
powerful and savage enemy
For more than eight years China, Ill-
lquipped and practically untrained in
moden warfare, has courageously stood
Up to the mot highly skilled soldiers
*t the Japanese war lords can turn
pon her. Flve years ago it was said that
Ow were a million Japanese soldiers
Sgbing In China; today that number can
6e only a traction of the forces there, but
stD the Chinese resist with a bravery
MiU;rp-sed in the annals of war, Vast
arm of China, including the valuable
in lands and the fertile areas from
which the country fed her teeming mil-
1ic, have fallen to the cruel invaders;
be China fights on. Her lifelines have
bMe cut, her cities bombed and plun-
isd and her people tortured and mur-
dered ,; but China fights on. The schem-
Itng Japanese have offered h'r "peace"
sad given her a puppet govern. nent; but
China fights on.
Her resistance is an epi". hr fa-th
in victory an Lxapiratirn. But she wil.
.not always fight on unequal terms
China will live to see the day of deliver-
m m tarm bt cruel mopp omr a IA
SMt ie dins t heWf play a lead-
tng part, as well she deserves to do.
When the Allie can pour food into her
empty larders, equip her gal:ant arm.'"
and help more freely in their training;
when they can senr.d more mrnn and guns
and ships to the assistance of their part-
ner who has kept the standard of De-
mocracy proudly flying in the fae? of
tremendous odds-then wi l CM-
China's opportunity to free her so:i of
the Japanese pestilence
This week there has been good ncws
of a great Chinese count-t-offen:sive
which has partially restored a vital rail-
way link nsouthern Honan. It has
been just ow other example of China's
Sreslolute soldiers rising superbly to the
Situation when all seemed lost. People
like them cannot be demorallsed and
subue The Chinese loMt tet Burma
Road and might well have given up the
Struggle, for thi fAmous highway meant
everythg to them. But they persisted,
|nsd now wth Allied air support and
new weapons of warfare they have an


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tie lrea t kinW a h m ipuec R SaI
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a&pinbe q neum to tlW inPOOPn
and their enomicP pIUs M -

410 m7 unit wUalmuPUAd to hav
theergFeat P0004e" s PrIM m=.te
China's heroic soldiers and O men and
women who have stood so couraamly
with them during more than eight
years of bitter but glorious suffering In
the cause of Democracy.



World Group Proposed

To Maintain World Peace
THZ statement Issued by the Empire
Premiers at the close of their -con
ference this week expressed the world
wide conviction that the peace-loving
nations must unite after the war to pre-
vent aggression. The statement calls I
for a world organisation endowed with
the power necessary to overawe would-
be aggressors and maintain peace and
security. Since the eld League of Na-
tion failed to secure International re-
spect for treaties by the use of economic
sanctions, this call for power must mean
military power if It is to be effective.
One of the objects of the present
war is to give all nations freedom to
choose their own form of democratic
government. But this is manifestly not
enough. Woodrow Wilson saw clearly
in 1919 that self-determination by itself
spelled anarchy, and tried to correct it
through the League of Nations. But the
League had no teeth: :t was never able
to limit the effects of national sov-
ereignty or restrain aggressors. It failed
to control ornaments or correct the
troubles spr.nging from Europe's inter-
nal anarchv. Its function as an arbiter
between nations degenerated Into a
mocker-, and cloed with the outbreak
of the present, war
But hope has never been lost that
when vctory is won it will be possible
to establish a new organisation, free from
the weakness of the old. This has been
envisaged as a kind of nternatol
police force able to act in the world
sphere, lust as the local police do In the
irtema; affairs of a country whenever
disorders break cut. This will require
the maintenance by the United Nations
of sufficient armed might on land, at
sea. and ?n the air to enforce peace on
earth and goodwill to men. Disarma-
rm.ent to the point of impotence is too
advanced an ideal for his age.
The British Empire and the United
States of America, with Russia and
China, must set the lead in this matter,
and the Premiers' Conference has taken
a timely if tentative step in the right
direction. Much work will have to be
done. many prejudices overcome, and
experience gained in working together
on new lines, and the difficulties in the
way must not be mtntmlsed. But wotd
opinion appears to be ready for such a
step, and we should nrot find a solution
impossible. Mankind today should be
willing to pay for the maintenance f
peace not only in money, but in co-opera-
tive effort and national sacrifice.


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problem
With my rather limited view of
such houses I feel satisfied that
they will, In a great measure as-
ait, and wish to agree entirely
with Mr. Lewis.
I would suggest, so as to give to
the public a better and clearer
Idea of a prefabricated building.,
that either Mr. Lewis or Mr.
Randal Duprey. who expresed -
similar view sometime ago. be
go kind as to do some explaining
In ycur columns.
L IL MeLOD.


Expenses to be Paid


Recently there wuas a "uotur
which is incredible) that the tax-
payer was expected to pay the tra-
welling expenses to Venezuela of
igh-salarled officials, to enable
them to recover from the severe
stain and stress they have to besr.
1, for one can give no credence .o
his monstrous propostio which.
f tr'e, wouldd be regarded with
ngulab by the ofcials concerned.
in the midst of these diacon-
ertitng conditionms-whether real or
girtnary-there came as a bomb-
hell recently the report of the low
if 15,0 to he revenue cf the
Colony which Ia Goverment
spokesman explained was entirely
,ale and misleadin r. thO=hIn mmy
apin theem w s evdtlUy meM
as. als N that, as the
IW ofd D"aehe Is stillhang-
0, jea" or m rnard nent by


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Port-of -Spain. |
Calypso Show Reviewed
The Eilter. "Trinidad O-nlkn of
The directors of the recent heow,
"Laund of the Calypso," at the St-
piro must be hihly commended. InI
my opio s ohow w.
ewr~thto wu well depicted hi two
houn at elam-cut entertainment,
But there should haw been sa
untm anaouncer enlightening theI
audio. Take for Instance the fall
of mbuehadneaar. We as native
knew from its C nmlval point of
viw what was really depicted, but
how mUM foreigners understood?
7% um *MBWHaU appl to the
backyard ew.
Iway TUdY midday. what be-
ean Of ftU people lfanti g rede.-ck
Oefet MVa ING pot Of the Ben-d
ery? What about the tram ear
CIowi wtk pemenpr on their
wai JUothlon?- What about
t= utse sttmad where priew
we a utatd Wouldnt that have
Sis I t hat hIstorical acute OR
Thtar aatemoca? Thew would
have t1WU7 helpedi am already
Port-of-epa&l. HW iL.e
Points From Lettrs :
COnV (aot-of8 s-pn): Why all
fUS Vbott IneMWfe of TJ3. pa-
tt am "Oume ot Ra{u"
tamenrf10t ft emb s tapm
v meI wliu a d eM d ain
AVi ATOU TAL (Port-of-
Bsoain): Ma I eaose my ar.re-
dlatton of hotaUlity received
dUB ft iVt 0 h *? West Indians
kar bow to 0tl t" bonA of
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dma fo -- 04sMm ,r Ic 4M. - M
Co U be a WsanMSMP er Par
ahat mWn dA"d3 the
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"WNW man. eAsre ys o _tr o _"_=re_
30"S ft"Ws;on, *0 point J yr LT j
tried todre 4 e Indion heck Oie n oPlLne
o. to r t" hea i rse .tlaaheaiern a t




th w "o U T UAr tMMri am, t mat wc an attr ac e
to er Iraseieoa to t =l oft ol
,trna.o %e e opa tmof 7wh laviwh tla Uh e aof Mon" n
o ad he B W. f wmo ja%-m he Treamsry In various dnme-
ir ation I-n aoo- nftlittle coaet.,
Moewysw For Eection a notao withr mefors to theo on-
I .su, a. -'r, i otrd, B rOtd wch 1125attracted h



a n n tr.u, rtehast. he ntuce ot phefChadberat thometce
erasthatlo of be. at nacOom- [ who Mstsiartll f farts and 1-



eod e &o erhy e e ertainlyda hd oe e r
"Caondi li O had ts deolum n a Th o nhe smr de object a t









cotc thre fa: e aweniy "sne' oy ;b cGwre t ihpred copo -
I ~th anBbl T.Ahero osUarry-how one haty Oythte, Pande Oha* Blade
Pape 4b of te 'Sunday Gua eretentai woh Government
i pulpit, howeve, Is dw-erent ha.en t o a o m cat dst-



for whLe in the tem o his ai iiang e of InOUmbers of the n-
dIenaep do not answer back, ina t
thiswe swho re sh t s itive Coe prftysI= been



euoida o a* W I a g cra wsesacd. to Inquirit e Into the work-












&*t-lw t aff nd meuyirt umpi : f y iceings of;eCamb Tl of
A op Sunday.I for Instancehe stg and t procedure ofa the wh y
tried to discredit the West nda it w wh icn they th vescres-
anih ian nae hmad.decae t n. The "Chamber does not appear tohat
w deeth oa t; reegtly helad by ben efaze ie composition
the Bonble T. Alert Marryshow'Of theat tlse, and han made
r erae retresentations to the Govffnmet



R At wee he aiempts toe ehis. it aview r to the Inelon abo an
Cview nceted he giets us no back- independentt business man &an the




ound ft act. Wh, atEIgather nilargement of the sco tpe ofWe
frmnscolumnn is ttat hie is inquiry.
scared to.a. Mr. Ma--rry nw 1"Ll be Go'ernment has given a caew-




defeated, because ne wrte outgorA a nd pv erlaL3 g w No to th C le
IoAtareditg and dealrYILL iMPy demands of hIe Chamaber. Thi-




br"ausenlU. Marbow as to be .1aartly promotesnhadoode r-

ow. I.,afs.y Marrlfsow crannte sseta ndio n b the rae ton whieh
a"te weo o.preL- ten .oe, rno .ssena to efficodency in the pub-
mattert haet aboeVICi ave a- sio. Lnteres, in spi.e of the fact that'-
ne dewresu to lti et renlatt iae are learned byr, and bright wn.-
t hat may be of t4the rlte:; .he That rsof u tgtM-
of democra~.y. nitude.







Canon F ^rq'*an eL Tnde nw.7 aI Thre te farour years cagoit w
novice aaPO ihaon c4myeonere- considered acesre or expedi aent
see thma re c ae dtf thaway IYsen-- Governmetl ipprt aeod wiat-
imnt and hero aozsru;p "na. onec ~,
workoldy iex^O tf htim ,&n- mIt to ta usualosec r sessitol raise
ir tnat reason t NAt I ask him to` salaries of our highlights to






s G &eeanwt owchheIeh oe added tprealing in the
oased njs opintoz.s so we may Judge .i Aricana Colon~es where the eomah-
comr orseiBes. Thtre are pernapamnsof ofcials are naturally high
other ingredits in ths par-ct aus tof climatic-th o
case bo nitaer, dad Gthr favourable ded t rfurot










Pruband O/ lUIAXAth It c" in Odas' 0010". mwtut
et mthe eof the aprnday ect waau
S eryot teU yeain st ile, shor nta. Ceto ,but the oie ol amett a
bune. %!vcws not accorded on that occa-





Ab Mt, mle Kt a .he Wtion on the who cling to the sp-
hgy! &ff w Li M' 1' %l-pery rungs at the fooL of the
1, uneesw-, a srpisd o~cialladder, and those who c.
Lthe ptlcoeon ot p unent ; Oelert crumbs from the jesIve





aion BOantWedria nls of Tr L i dadis boa ..
poUluit ha lo are xra iyong Is an-it wculd appear therefore that
to a Mx-e onal disande. The whope 1whila the labourer is certainly
cowuei. a&raef arcjm thee cOcep- wortify of his hire, the term "Is-
tion that a public man can do good eoai pr'1insciplUes, ap pical
work only in toe Leguiauve Coun- ored to thosein exalted po aios.
cil- Defeat of Marryshow in the
coming Grenda genera. Ctlrio"f l*^^ to tat i h
I should it come abot) need riot
be the end of him and his nS-'
ece. it may prove his cilam. to, As far as I have been able to
greaneas if. in the. wildeT-zk~ss. he ifollox the couraseOf events, It was
is all. ambe Lo exercise &agreat la-fnot unii l 1j'3 when the Civil Ser-
fluence.-i'ice 'jsoclallor had made repro-
N. W. Manley. KtC., hasreached Isentatons on the subject to te
the position of pre-em.Lneie., eadcr IGove .-ment cn behalf of the junior
in British West Indian poittics jafficers. skilled employees. mesase-
during the last six years without gers and labourers, and had mnemo-
being a member of the Jamaica rialised he Secretary of State-
Legiaslailve Council and the Party that the claims of this class were
which he leads has only otnie me- reconsidered and action taken to
ber there. rectify the anomnaly In accord with
soto -pi. NATIONALIST, democratic prncplonaxe Cf which
F%)rtof-Sain.is freedomIom want for all.
it May added to complete the
Prefabricated Buildings pkcture that -this Opportunity was
TheKiler ~r~nda Gurdin'selsed to further embellish the
I red w"thplea"Isef tenlitoi 8s Wofieso
cent Issue of the 'Sund a' Guardiani' o that tU1W goark@we"
a very interesting article by Mr. not on the level Of theme paabl
A. CL Lewis. architect, on the ques- In other colonies Whs reventie
tion of prefabricated buildings t roxite the revenue of this
reliev the. flFPReft&cut* h uin0Ioftyri.


R Is however. pai strange
that tbirae. h world con-
flict when the Na and their sa-
telltes a* trying all they can to
save their skins, there suld be dit-
nal %uc"istete ews of our posi-
Uoo.
ot being In pommssim of mi-
tary or W e crea there may bet
after an gravo reamo to believe
that we are momenUtly exposed to
utter and complete destruction. Yet
I hear that the stirrup pumpa.
which we imported some time
aio for our protection at consider-
able cost and with much to do,
are now fitted to innocent
douche-cans. which, as everybody
kw-n7 were never intended for
warlike operations: but this appar-
enUtly is the only practical use to
which they can be put, as they are
lying idle and unsold.
I must, however, In common jus-
tice. that at the time of their
inmirtatio the motive was sincere
and perhaps even prudent.
However that may be these dis-
turbtng refleions have convinced
me, perhaps wrorily, that there is
somethir. rotten in the State of
Denmark. The pint is, has greater
efficiency of service been atained
since all jil increase of salaries
and the comparalvelv recent em-1
ployment of an army of directors
deputies. assistants, inspectors, In-
structors. reformers. etc,. which goes
to swell the tatlshment and later
the pension list?
No uoubt wine of those commit-
mente l .-luding tupe galore at the
puc U Dm nay have been tn-
EMaby ta~oced by the exeea
of ar. But unfortunately there
seams to be no end of recurring
cmar-Jtmentt and '-eatdering sup-
plementary votes. Although I am
not a mental clinician, I think I
can discer symptoms of fclie de
grand u.- In our local administra-
tion., which demand the urgent at-
tentUon of an experienced psychia-
trist.
Looking around. It see-na to me
that we are now merrily rehears-
ine the confslon and disorders of
the Fctiticus Cour de Rot Petaud
so ;untrous;y depicted by the
French satirist, Francois Rabelals,1
more than 4 years ago.


To disress a little: The a luslon
to tis allegory things back to me
mecrles A my early years, for at
that time it was customary in
French homes. whenever the mis-
behaviour of a child was beyond
reasonable bounds, to remind the
delinquent as a preliminary ap-
propriate correction, of the strict
dilclplre which that disorderly
Court sadly needed. I was therefore
fully acquainted with the legend.
The KIlg's Message
In a meamssage of good cheer and
encourager'ent to his people, Hig
Majesty, the King-Emperor, recall-
led the following moving quotation:
1"I said to the man who Mtood
at the gate of the year 'Give
me a light that I may tread
safely Into the unknown:" and he
replied: "Go out into a the darkness
and put your hand intc the hand
of God; that shall be to yov bet-
ter than lignt and better than a
known way."
I wonder whether our amateur
Solomnons of the Legislature ever
appeal to the Guardian at the
gate for enlightenment. They cer-
tainly go into the darkness, lulled
sometimes into unconsciousness, it.
seems, by their own coolngs; but
is there any evidence that they
put their hand into the hand of
God for guidance, especially when
the budget Is under consideration?
It aeeme rather that their hands
are stretched out in the direction
of the Exchequer, awaiting the dis-
tribution of shekels freely, right and
left, for public purposes-banking
o the permanence of the present
artificial prosperity of the Colony.
with little or no thought of the
proverbial rainy day, and at a time
when the whole world Is "treadlng
Into the unknown."


Tomorrow's Church Services
ANGLICAN WU 1 U a.,bbeilb Gtool; .M ee .,
AT 41[0RAI.. 't~l llbIY It-Ui. t Do-Idk E k~rh .
CAThMORAL Of T" 1 OLY T RIHNITV Sub-L"et D onald Kl"Trb
1 a.... TI UWr bMsrtst. *M a... a--
KetteM a ar g m-., D
a" a ROMAN CATHOLIC
.---- .. -AT-DS. ToIAACJ.u.ATr
SAM= Manm: 6 s-M., 7 &.M.. a a.". and 9s
a?. .h.,4NS C54U50H-ei gMg I fl.,Sa- D-: .M-' u 'r n at 3 P.M.:
*-s 0 arI C6 T E. .i. ano : i r 1 !M" 1ta.5 1,86.0.1 Onl thel


L v7flIi


NOTICE OF SALE
AFTER LEVY

41 olmm is Ifr eIM
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AJUSTI'OE GuirrAvI--tasauc
DbW-T IO at the d t

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Tea',y. the 2lrd day of Mk.
1 f4 d( r0 o'ca te t farmaL
OoAR S MTtr Oar, ---b m
NOTMrczils bherebf mt Sat


Uwth wilM be > putifem pNi ba
puthe aubo matthen &s.
ySuprme Cou Pamf an


aube" co to t apft Sl M,
1944at 9edac to the pmalneonta
01" cbevrole Metercar, P-410
(with scceies) lVWed t In
the above matter.
Y is.-The abovecar. wil be meaw
sjetto Uhe approval at
=inde to the purd~oewr
the TranspOrt BirSeUWM umn=.
w. a Paul*
Deputy-Marshal, 4ana Fersand.


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Air Set (2cut
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a Scout Hut for,


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KAMa AND TKXJ
AND A GYOTMNA IoM I

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CONTROL BOARD NOTI


IMPORTANT


IMPORT PROGRAMMES FOR


importers are hereby nojUendtt UnRtedStatesAs
directed tbAt full Parti^cuSM Of 3SI quituhSni &
945 must be uinittod to Wsinlgtoa without ap.
alternative but to comply with therequ est
further tghtening of Control ever production "A
Th7 porewgn Economic Ad=WIinitratiob has cirpilaied
statement on the neeity for prao Mm :- -
"It is wy Important that Brtish BpieN MltoMs jto
attention is givT to this sabject 10 o erthat r
accurate aspolsible. Form 1-Ran the aSiS
gramsprog ramem. Ta* to be submittedS
pire Division, FEA, to the Bureau of S uppl and St4B
and should reflect a tru pictUe of actual reuiresaM
-The prtme responsility of the U nie atioM
ington to procure requirements o thoer HomeW0
Foreign Economic AdmnhhIUtAO UiMt huag e ecsv
sive formation about onbriewhoe t r"eireme '
Economic Administration remdPO g-_ It folos*A
these countries to ecas ap fro the United
upon a complete tatesot t=r 4 rebm t.
a to domestic otiUWmpto, domAWtiCrgnco aBd -
meats as well as enod-use and J.SUMti.. u
The Poreign Deonole Admnfctt1o has alo pegM00
List of Items in respect of whh proram are
is designed to reduce s f tar as p le Ut statement et
from all sources for IMe .
To ensure that all commoMedlte are adeuatl y i
Foreign Economic Admin tration for pro a t l
Importers submit full partculan o tteior b eurm
in dapUcate on the pzescrbed Frs to the1 a.My.
Board, in accordance with the following schedules: .
SCHE DULe A: Returnsm I M t pet of th f
the Selected List must be Submitted NOT LATUTAKW
1944.


Printing and Publishing Division ..... heet Noe.
Service Division .................... *
Communication Division ........... *
Containers Division .................
Mining Divisic .................... *
Rubber Division .................... "
Safety & Technical Divisionm ......... ,


xvit
X=

XXI
X I
Xzlv
TZ

XXX
]a:

.wa
,-m~w a~,


Textile Division ..................-... UT
d es, slide & snap fastens, buclte-.s, Utto -
miscellaneou shoe and apparel fAndMnp).
Controlled Materials ......... Sheet No. XXIX--XI
bon Steel & Alloy Stee 0
Pa XXIX) -
Raw Materials .............. iI-XXX
Chemicals Divalon ......... V
TMansportatiUon Division ...... XXVIU
SCHr DULE B: Returns in respect of the followto
visions of the Selected Lit mus te submitted NOT
IOTH JUNE, 1944.
Consumer Durable Goods
Division ................. Sheet No. VIII- XI (
tic Sewing Machine Needles,
Pins, (Straight) Pins tSafe-
ty) sheet X)
Plumbing& Heating EZuipent neet ho. X"
Power Division ................ X- VI
Radio & Radar Division ...... a X U-
Shipbuilldi Division ........ XXU
Lumber & Lumber Products.. XLI
Automotive Division .......... I I I
Building Mater"l Division ... -IV
Construction Division ......... VII
General Industrial gulpUment-
Division .................. X Xi
Tool Divilon ................. XV-
Non-CMP Fabricated ProducIs:
(1) am. MJP. M lm .. .XXXVI
2) Pulp & Paper.. ....... XXXV
(3) Leather & LeatheOr
products ............ X 3=
4) Cotton Product .....
5) Wood Products ...... 0 a
6) RaYoM Products & Ml-
cellansous Tedst ... ,, XLU
Textile Product* HoelWY. iBSUe WebkW.4L -
Where requirements ar Je 6-- of qPotaoStd I
trot Board, full Justification, an a sepewt stesat
panty returns.
Copie of PA' Selected Ust, Standd t P"
and Instructions f the peUpwoobm of NMIe S
from TON OOC F or 30o0 T~tWOA 3A
XT rr. P0"Top-aW A en *W CUNTV
NANDO.M


atrot t n"I,'mm s Int'J eh month lk.ss ,. .,, *t. l
m uuom omi s t IM The allocation of. uPP tstlae,
turns of their reguiremeta w- ht eMba=BMW tS d
SALVATION ARM lita .. tert endo t fodr e. i
1 ..M ?d..,v apta w 3M. th the t al. m e CetB_ *mm y w
WOW 9A ROADdlDd.
Iosin NasSMAI WM. djtast Desimsin. A alL I owi g ~a W W
TnIAlAlt1 MOAo -

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v"". TOMY. ins,
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hiding Urged

or Rainy Day
Kazis or Jap-and po&si blvem
H-rtaaria et bee ga.--we mut
not relax o r "Vmce, and indeed
Pbae- bears with ecmpore and
=eity the burden of elaborate
WprpWaedne cV w
PeauimlUtrViews


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MZWUID DOUANDI&W1 MYURDAT. RAT U. 19M


pg Losses At Italy's
ied 1,000,335 Tons


L I, s (Reuter).-Brttbs inarines in the Meda-
I I BIup to the tina of the Italian surrender, sank
g Af A ls asehant aa transport shippIng. Rea Admiral
OMg offlew, commanding submarine, revealed here today.
i ,s wa t&l, "much+-Stolen-----
i y to to Mediterranean 4l^ V n
suAr Activi Stolen Kiss
in the coastal
satis Brings 6-MontI

ships sunk and
St On the Nor- Jail Term
iBn of eat iImportance
-yatcury the ewin Curly's stolen kin
of iron oe whic brought him only fleeting blisi
B war industries," yesterday when, not lone after, hi
SBarry stated. "This went off to serve a six-month sall
through the comN sentence imposed on him by Mr.
n Is between the Nor- 3. W Celestain for indecently
he aid. assaulting Angela Cumberbatch.
it the opening of an Curly, the evidence disclosed
by aes sub met Pmunberbatch on the street
d was the attack and kissed her. against her
Sby midget sub- wishes.
sh seriously damaged
Ship. and put netr Cecil Qonzales, accused by
lon for six months. Special Policeman Hernandes 4.
eines have ventured having In bis possession a revolver
ftjords deeper than ever and 16 rounds of live ammunition
attacked German con- was ordered to pav $2*0 or servi
outes previously onstd- four months' imprisonment by
from submarine attack. Mr. A. J. Hamilton In the First
tcton of valuable Ger- Police Court.
shipping and the loss
cargoes, has resulted For taking six grapefruit, the
activities and the enemy property of Mohabir Rambajan
forced to expend consld- without his consent, James Hunts
t on air and sea escort, was sentenced to three months
sailing along the coast hard labour by Mr. A. J. Hamilton
tly had to be held up.
I tion In ports of ar- Peter Richardson of Laventille
i departure. anoeared before Mr. B. W. Celes-
naies, he said, have tain yesterday accused of the
Inside Norwegian coastal murder of George Bolds.
iker minefields add to Oorporal Balfour and Lancelol
of ubmered and un- Kilins gave evidence and thi
i 'In addition to re- hearing was adjourned to today
oAolts of the submarine ____ ____
ithe Mediterranean and
waters, Admiral Barry ri dad Missiona
,e hazards met by Sub- T Msso a
Sthe ar East.i In Canada
lIad extracts from the report Dies In Canada
msubmarlne commanded by J- u.iAI, Untario, May l8 tCP)..-
V. COollett D.,.O., who Mrs. Agnes M. Morton Thomson
Recent Allied air raid, 79, missionary in Trinidad for 4t
I.the pilot of an American years and daughter of the first
ho had baled out right Canaiian missionary in that Wes
fire of Japanese shore Indies country, died here yesterday
SShe went to Trinidad with hei
,..------- parents when four years old and
e Dover served for some years as an evan
It Dov gelistic missionary with her father
iIn Six Hours before her marriage to the Rev
Me 20 (AP) -Dover Alfred W. Thomson. also a Trinir
May 0 (AP).-Dover dad missionary, who died at 36.
selled this morning for -
tme within six hours Alfred Th n a
Channel coast guns fired
t salvoes. Coastal re- Education Committee
=1rseame over, a number B ack F rom B arbados
1 the Dover region. The
did not reply. How- The members ot the Higher .d-
ki sons were heard from ucatlon Committee, headed by the
coast and anti-aircraft Chairman, Sir James Irvmine, ar-
Raes lit the sky, indiCat rived here yesterday from Barba-
tiR.A.F. might be over dos. They will make a short stay
i. here before going on to CanadA
I k* and the United Kingdom.
HIDAD GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS


NOTICE


E"tffective from Saturday, May 20th, the 10.50 a.m.
0i ex P.O.S. to Couva, and 12.45 p.m. train. ex
IOf to P.O.S. (Saturday trains) are cancelled, and
ltuted by the following trains:
, Sain .... dep. 10.15 a.m. Couva .......... dep. 12.03 p.m.
. .......... arr. 11.44 am. P.O. Spain ...... arr. 1.39 p.m.
AI freomMonday, May 22nd. and until further notice the 11.33
.tain ex P.O.S. to Hambledon will only run as far as Tunapuna,
fBit there at 12.16 am.
Be return trip of this train which at present leaves Hamble-
B at 1.0 am. Is cancelled and substituted by a train leaving
'ama at 12.35 am.. arriving P.O. Spain at 1.02 a.m.
Al 'rom the same date (Monday. May 22nd), the Princes Town
ier Train will run on the revised schedule shewn below:-

DOWN TRAINS


Wu n ............ dep. 6.36 a.m.
tgzdo ..;........... 915
-.0d 9.21-22
>okd Xing. ........ 9.27-28
S .................... 9.32-35


e ......... 10.11-12
S?^ ^ "*""** 10,11-12
STown .............. r. 10.25 am.
UP TRAINS


i wn .............. dep...
fta 0state"........ ..
........
I, .......

I Roa 0 Xg....... arr.
IMrfitn ,, .'.'.'.,',.*.'.arr.


5.00 a.m.
5.10-11
5.16;-18
5.25-26
5.32-34
5.37-38
5.44-46
5.55-58
6.02
8.45 a.m.


12.00 p.m.
3.30

2.39-40
2.49-51

.15 p.m.


10.45 a.m.
10.55-57
11.09-11
11.17-19

1158 p.m.0


5.04p.m.
8.00
8.06-07
8.12-13
8.17-19
SM40
8.29-3!
8.37-38
8.45-C7
8.52-53
9.03 Pan.


3.40 p.m.
3.50-51
3.56-58
4.05-06
4.12-A4
4.17- 8
4.24-26
4.29-30
4.34-35
4.40
7.19 p.m.


J. L. ADAMSON,
General Maager.


ROCKERS

1* CHAIRS

* CANVAS FOLDING CHAIRS


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MILLER'S


Fleing From Air Raid


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SNazis AbandonSingle Army Proposed
e lp For Greek Resistance
impLEBANON, May 19 (AP).-
SEquipm ent Petros Rousos, Communist de-
T H li t legate* to the oGreek political
In T llidhT conference, accepted the pro-
In lH asty F 11igh1 posed creation of a single na-
e ICONTINUEDO FROM PAOG 11 tional army under orders of
___ the Government-in-exile, and
S denied vigorously that commu-
lRenter correspondent's des- nlsts were responsible for the
patches make it clear that the civil war in Greece.
S old Gustav Line has been left civil war in Greece
Swell behind. One of the .B.O. At the conference Greek guer-
reporters, Michael Reynolds, rillas resistance elements and
cabled that the French have political factions are meeting
once again made a most spec- Premier George Papandreou,
Stacular advance. They have in an effort to form unity
pushed on for nearly seven among the various groups
miles beyond Easperla to cap- country.
ture a peak in the hills about ------- -- .
17 miles as the crow flies from
where the Allied offensive be- Ir
t ga. Reynolds said that by I i r t i
i yesterday afternoon they were
t halfway; to Picco, From Ploco a ed
due south runs a lateral road A e d
r to Itri near the coast, the only A e d
l road linking the north na 0
south parts of the Hitler Line. The Legislature yesterday passed
Already, Fifth Army guns can a Legislature yesterday passe
pour down on It from the top a Bl l oaending the Imm npatnc
of Mount Ragusa, while, ac- (Special Provisions) Ordinance,
cording to one report, the road 1942, making It clear that a female
has been cut near Itrl by Am- immigrant whose husband is a
erican troops. The same report person "belonging to the Colony"
said that the town itself was will not be compelled to leave.
menaced and the Germans have The Hon'ble the Acting Attor-
admited losing some ground ney-General said that the 1942 Or-
in this sector. Off shore, Allied dinance compelled Immigrant man-
warships have waded In with ual labourers to lIrve the Colony
more supporting shellngs.1 after expiry or determination of
Sid Feder, AP, correspondent their contract of employment.
Switch Fifth Army troops fighting A special case had occurred In
before San Oliva, reported he saw which a woman labourer had mar-
nearly 300 prisoners being brought ried a Trinidadlan. Under the or-
bacrk along the road from the dlnary immigration law, he said,
fron linefighting, the wife of a person born In TrinI-
FRENCH OPEN WAY e.d, or residing or naturalised in
Entrance to the town was opened back to her home and then come
when a 'company of French sold- here It would, therefore, be illo- I
lers swam over Forma Mesa un- glcal for the woman to have to go
der cover of darkness and cap- back to her home and then come
tured two pillboxes guarding a back to Trinidad as a married
Bridge across the stream which wa woman. The amendment would,
directly In front of the town. therefore, enable the Immigrant
Eari er, the rapid-moving French female woman who married a
had outflanked the area b i Trinidadian to remain here and
proving their positions on Lout prevent her from being considered
Boro and Mount*Bastia. a pair o' a prohibited immigrBant.
towering peaks on either side of P
the sector from Easperia to San
Oliv SmutsGetsFreedom
Alongt the road from Esperia teo muts r
Monticelli and Sanoliva, tank and
gun battles were fought. Feder OJ Birmingham
saw 11 German tanks, 13 Nazi, 88 Birmingham
guns and more than 20 armoured LAJNJON, May i9 keuter).-
reconnaissance cars overturned, General Smuts has today been
wrecked or just left on either side given the freedom of the City of
of the road on this stretch for Birmingham. Genesil Smuts said
about two miles. He also saw a that Httlers Europe was now being
large German cemetery Just off attacked from three sides. Russiaa
the road with hundreds of gravel, was attacking in the east, the Al-
many obviously freshly dug. lied forces were fighting brilll.Antly
[Tank spearheads are break- i11 the third front had
Ine a path for the British and in Italy and the n th front had
Canadians forging northwest already opened with th biggest
along the valley floor have air attack In all history.A
driven the German front back "Our onslaught on Western
to a line running south from Europe,' said General Smuts, willf
Aquina airport, Reuter reports, soon be followed by a great land .
The advance in the valley is attack,"Ibut he gave warning that e
now at least five miles from however great and important this f
the Rapido.J attack might be, their. would still
be only one of the three fighting s
Full Story Told of HOW fronts, the great battle of Europe a
Cassino Monastery Fell which may not be decided by this t
Csn Mntfront or either of the other two, A
LONDON, May 19 (Reuters)- bu b three f
SAal bee S l O the pmcfle General Smu 0
Ital here s the first fuU story GAenPer!s Me c
of how the famous Cassino Mon- id, an Associated Press es-
etery fea yesterday. It came th s sage states, he was "inclined
afternoon from Godfrey Talbot, to be more optimistic than
the B.B.C. reporter. Right from many others about the dura-
the start, he makes it clear that tlon of the Jspanese war after
the Poles, who took the place, did Hitler was finished." He vis-
a magnificent job. They had to ualised a new post-war organi-
fight to get themselves and every station patterned after the old
ounce of their supplies up ap- League of Nations.1
palling mountain tracks with the Oeneml Smuts sald this about
Germans pouring down streams of the London Conference of Domin-
fire. and Talbot puts It, the Poles ion Prime Ministers. "In the
fought on and upward unfil they whole of my career I have never
had dropped exhausted, killed or attended any Imperial Conference
wounded.
When the news that the mon which could compare with it in
When the news that the mon- miffitude."
astery had fallen came through, magnitude."
the B.B.C. reporter was at Polih At ambridge UniPvmerity, Mr.
Headquarters and he describes the r Fraser, Prime Minister of
dramatic scene. An offticet, handed New Zealvnd, and Mr. John Cur-
over a small piece of paper with lie., received the honorary degree
the words "this has just come from lIla, received the honorarw der"-
the monastery by one of our of Doctor of Laws.
Courier Regulars." *No
The crumpled note was unfolded Labour Adviser Calls
and on It was the signature of a
Polish Lieutenant of Signala and On Way To U.S.
above a Rla rgo 5tW- 0 th-. Mr. F. A. Norman, Labour Ad-
ing more. viser to the Comptroller for De-
A 8HANDMBL8 velopment and Welfare, arrived
Later the BB.C. rtporer &pent here yesterday on his way to the
hours In the monastery. Te a Unite d States for medical treat-
was a shambles, he says with only meZt.
one corner standing, but the de- Mr. Norman. who was accom-
vastatlon outside was nothing to anied by his wife. Is at present on
what low withins.'Of the few room leave prior to retrievement and
still useful one had three wouAnd- pnsn to Vl*it Vancouver and Jam.
ed German parachutists in It lying alca before returning to Barbados.
on old dirty mattnee. Al vm
the floor wre HAD HEADACHES
Sdrifles dirty blankets
04=110 trao athed brt" f
0110tof 2 YEARS
03.0041 frescoes tires had
bm posH W o f aannn bigth- Trie MwAsy Mainiei
Hesaid Uewhole place stank.! 18 0 Ie g h DOd#.Pa.
and he went out for a bit of fresh i h 2?,ewgf use,
aOr and saw before him far below I'I = a S It VSof" ag





Froam Labour Parley A WDe=ar ae
M. .A.0, .i Und-o the In- ,iMM1tmg1-

ii poe aSedle


By JAMES R. CHAMBERS
LONDON, May 19 (Reuter).
Germany's brief respite from the
Allied air offensive ended today
when, according to German sources,
American heavy bombers, escorted
by long-range fighters, smashed a
way through to splatter Berlin and
Osnabruck a vital target in the
northwest of the Reich with loads
of high explosive and incendiary
bombs.
The American air invasion of
Germany was reported by German
radio stations which said; "Forima-
tions of enemy bombers. are over
Berlin and Osnabruck, where vio-
lent air battles arQ raging."
Earlier in the moining coast
watchers on the east coast of Eng-
land reported "the biggest forms-
tions ot the war" took two hours
to head out towards the North Sea.
As the Allied bombers over Ger-
many headed east, more air battles
were reported by German radio
sources over central Germany and
over Heligoland Bay.
HIGH COMMAND SILENT
Hitler's High Co'nmand commu-
nique was delayed for several hours
and when at a o'clock-two hours
after normal time-the German
DNB News Agency Issued a com-
munique, it proved to be yester-
lay's version of Germany's princi-
pal official statement.
A few weeks ago, after a heavy
American daylight raid on Berlin,
the German DNB News Agency be-
haved in a similar erratic fashion
for a considerable period after the
American attack, and on that occa-
lion, too, tapped out news which
was 24 hours old.
Towards the afternoon watchers
in the British southeast coast said
hat large forces of Allied aircraft
lew out over the Straits of Dover.
In brilliant sunshine, the heaviest
formation of Allied 'planes which
coast watchers said were compris-
'd of bombers and fighters, made
or the direction of Calais. The
first official Intimation of the re-
umuption of the air offensive was
an announcement from hcadquar-
ers of the Alled Expeditionary
Air Force which said that small
ormations of Mosqulto and Ty-
phoon flghtar-b bseb atetacaM
objectivess In northern Franca.

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Aerial Assauilt

On Nazi Cities
ICONTINUCO fOlM PAO% 13
ally, but m-ot of them wer fbrce"
to use overcast technique. "There
wvre dogfight all over the sky."
One bombaerdier said.
It was officially announced that
the strong forces of United States
]ortreaee and Liberators which
attacked Berlin and Brunswick to-
day, were escorted by strong forces
of Thunderbolts, Lightnings and
Mustangs of the 8th and 9th Air
Force.
The attack, coming less than 24
hours after General Arnold declar-
ed that Germany has not yet seen
the full weight of the Allied serial
Amirght, precipitated a running air
battleU right across Gremany to the
sky over the capital, according to
the German radio. The ensuing
bombardment of the United States
10th Air Force was so heavy that
it disrupted the German broadcast-
ing station.
FRENCH TARGETS HIT
It was announced that In the
afternoon operation small forma-
tions of R.A.F. and Royal New
Zealand Air Force Mosquitoes at-
tacked military objectives In north-
ern France under a Spitfire escort.
American Marauders were among
the numerous formations seen
shuttling across the Channel after
sunset. Distant sounds of explo-
sions rumbled across to the Biltish
coast.
R.A F. fighters which swept over
Belgium shot up a heavily loaded
German military train near Lou-
vain and left it wrecked and burn-
ing.
At 11.46 p.m. the German radio
Interrupted its programme to an-
nounce that a weak enemy forma-
tion was approaching western Ger-
many.
The Budapest radio interrupted
its news broadcast at 10.30 p.m. to
warn that enemy 'planes were over
Baja and other points In southern
Hungary. indicating that the Medi-
terranean Allied Air Force was
making new thrusts into the Bal-
kans. Six minutes later the Buda-
pest radio left the air.
Air Invasion of Germany
Resumes With New Vigour


Auction Sale
-ee This Date O0.a-
THURSDAY. MAY 25. 1M4
at -
At 4 MUCURAIPO ROAD

I have been favoured with in-
structions from It. Paul K.
Vioond to sell at Public Auction
his complete households Furni-
ture.
O.1. Fridge. 7-Tube O.I.C.
Radiograin with automatic Record
Chanter. Morris Suite (complete),
Dintng Room Suite (complete),
Dressing Table. Corona Portable
Typewriter. Lady's Bicycle with
Lighting Set. Wardrdobe, Ironing
Boards. Smoking Stand, Reading
Lamps. Mosquito Nets, Stoo,
Writing Desks. Wooden Trays. Step
Ladder, Towel Rack, Medicine
Cabinet, Tables, Book Ends, Perna
in hanging baskets, Porcelain Tea
and Dinner Sets, Electric Stove.
Electric Hof Plate, Electric Iron,
Electric, Toaster. Kitchen Sitfe,
Brooms. Mops, Mats, Curtalna,
I tot of Cutlery, Including
Knives. Spoons ard Forks, Carving
Set, Surlint Blinds, Tennis Rack-
ets. Percolator coffee. Camera
t.inens Gardenitir Utensils. Clothes
Press, Books, Glassware, Cloth*
Press with Curtains attached,
Rugs. Bread Boards with Knives.
Baskets, Table Mats, Gardening
Shears. Enamelware. Kettleh
Double Boilers. auccpans and
Boastin, Pan, Bicycle Pumps,.
And manv oilier useful items
would appear on date of sale.
Nfake a note of this late-
Thursday 25th May, 1944.
The "lace-45 Mucurapo Road-
at 1.30 pnm.
A. M. QUERINO(
Licensed Auctioneer.

Voice of Prophecy
RELIGIOUS RADIO
PROGRAMME
Tune InI ZFY, Georgetown
Sii a ............ .. 7.30 .im.
Tuesday .... ......... .30 p .
1.G. Time.
Local Address
PO Box 221. Port-of-Spain.


FURNITURE


SALE
Circular Road
ST. AUGUST NE
Thursday, 25th
May '44.
1.30 P.M.

instructed by S. A. Hloward Esq.,
we will seU all his good and-useful
Furniture such as;- Pair Cyp
Single Beds, Spring and Mattresses,
Iron Cot and Mattress, Mosquito
Nets and Pillows, Blankets, Ward-
*obe, Presses and Dressing Tables,
Chest of Drawers, Towel Rack, 2
N, 'rrors, Marble Top Table, Dining
Table and 5 Chairs, Combination
Table, Book Stand and Sn-rtll Tab!es,
Writing Desk. Fibre Carpet a I
Mfats, Small Oirpets, Sideboard,
Westmlnster Chimes Clock, Morris
Chairs and Cushi .ns, Couches,
Stools, ar, Top Stands, Dinner
:Aong, ITee Chest, Me.it Safes,
tables, Chalrs, Dover Stove, 3 Bur-
tler Blue Flame Stove. Hot Puite,
Paper Basket, Trays, Sun Blinds,
Step Ladder, Lawn Mower, Garden
rools, Enamelware. Glassware ind
Crockery, also I Fr0 ige. |
Items on view day prior to and
monurning of rale i Ternms Cash.


Boyd & Hutchinson
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CYCLE & ATHLETIC


SPORTS


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WOOD-Barbado cha -ptim silter.
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GALVANIZE HINGES 5", 6", 7r, P, 1 I
BICYCLE & MOTOR SOLUTION-
18c. per Tube.
SOAP PADS--6c. each. L
MECHANIC SOAP-30c. each.*
'RID IRONS HOES AUGER $
"w*VE PARTS FOR *
PERFECTION


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meeting s. t p aB downtown tis maJa .
--ch-e-h t- iat- and refrMhnMat.
The neaery imve bemM
of makinchdentds.
rh.as., lk,, yvoureen htave
sband In ce-cld CO
all the dlso emns cs sutwem
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Still carrying their bases ea their barks, two Chjn wmed
run from the fild whrwe they were working as they hear the
cry "Jing Bow." Chinese far air raid. near an American air base
somewhere In China. Smuke in the background is from a burning
'plane of Wlentled nationality.-(AP photo.)


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b uw.a alCo 0- 101,0 D-.r Adna ural 0. Re. d and s
*LmLA"Jekins.
.. dS were. d Mrer OwiMos. MwMM. a-. -.M
C. C. Nobtm, lM. and Mrs. I. Mad:if.t .Mr. au: ._Mrs ..ul
m. 0 Mr. and M r. M.?_,_m _. D. Gray. Ca.,. a nwU.
Bruce, Mr.F. MThos3.XBii Ceamdrd. and UM. H.-V.
Mr.H. Alan WalkU Payyr. OMdr. and Mr A. & WT
.-Codr.and MrsC. H. Haywart. Major a d Mrs. .
Mr. andMrs Rem Brooks. s Oan the Ar bbap of tn
t Mr., -and Mr. A. 0. Hae, MA. and Mrs. 0. D. Proctr.
j aia MrsJ. and Mrs. L U. Hopkins. Mr and Mrs. H. 0.
Mr. and Mrs..MrMarriott. Mr. and Mrs. P J. Mller. Ca .
M. As. PucerW.d Mr. and Mrs. ,J. Hemmln Lu.-o
J1. W. Pacock. Major ad Mra. LRapaey and the MUM
p0. ,Wright. Dr. and NM J. Banks Mr. and
,-,-Lene OMr.. and Mrs. B'Boor. srd Mre Rstant and


,] tl A g. ctks.n brs odr. an d Mrs BDdg J^- P. Sn'
t; Pa u. O & V s ". A&ACo. glpton irU.S.,
re ae-UL.doP. Mr.0.0 A. rtpatick. Ca. a and Mrs.
A Lh eut,-Colt. and Mrs. 0. H. 0. Aluta, Mr. and Mrs. W.kJ.
anjMrs.L. Wol. Mr. ad Mrs. D. D. Asah, Mr. A. P. Mc-
M rant. r.eanr d Mrs. W. Santon G lli oor. Mr. and Mrs.
Smith and aw Ule ha. lth, Lieut. J. M. H. Hamilton. Mr.
g Bis. A.S. Marouidato. Mr. Malcolm Brown, Mr. Brett.
.?5Mrs. rR nnIJ t Mr.and MrO.y0.MardaU, Mr. and Mrs.
T.perktn, r. and Mrs. Jarrett, Commodore and Mrs. P. .
LideuCOomdr. and Mrs. Balmer, Sir Lennox and Lady
M ig. A. Stok-Roberts. Comd..nd Mrs. D. St. 0. LUnd-
SandSMiS Lindsay; Lieut. V. as. -,ll.M.l, Col. Elton (US_),
Wde, US.. 001T. D. Tho aud. Mr. and Mrs. Percy do
.Captain and oMrs. J. H. Ma t. Oodr. and Mrs. Tonge. Miss
Andute. Capt an Mrs. C. T. Murray. Mr. and Mrs. Macken-
,Mr. A Newark. Mr. and M:rt. H. PaUey. Major and Mrs. 0. H.
p0don. Mr. and Mrn. R. 8. MacklUgin. Major and Mrs. J. D.
ardy Mrs. A A. J. Ruthven-Murray. Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. West-
Mr. ndMrs. 0. Slater, Mr. Werner. Rev. 0. T. Bartholomew.
deaeCon and Mrs. C..S DoorlY, Canon and Mrs. J. D, Ramtkee-
Rse. Pr.. Byrnes. Cant. H. V. M. MeUv.er, MY. A, V. N. Mc.
Mr. Randall. UA.SSI, Colonel C. M. C. Henderson, Capt.
Badenoch. Mr. C. T. W. I, Worrell, Capt. and Mrs. Z. Morgan,
and Mrs. 1 rs. Jd.Wing Odr. Pull. Capt. and Mrs. St. J.,
Mr. and Mrs. C. HaU Jnr., Miss S. Chan Ponc, Miss J.
Mtr. and Mrs L.0. Petnuy, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hamnel-SmIlth.
andl Mr. C. 1Ce Hitchin Rev. BhaIan, Mr. and Mrs Busby and
Busby Mr. and Mrs. E. L. dos Sante, the Chief Justlite and Mrs.
Hall. Cordr. and Mr. Oibb, i Ueut -Comdr. and Mrs. Lee, Lieut.
Mrs. .McPherson, Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. B. Wooding, Jnr. Comdr.
Mauay. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Young, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Macdonald,
and Mrs. W. L. Boardman, Col. C. B. R. Macdonald, and Ileut.-
el 0. 1. Hutchinson
JAMMI Ternis Club invitation dance Is being held at the gym-
1 nas;um, St. James Barracks. tonight from I o'clock to midnight.
wLil be cy the Castle Royal orchestra and not the Caitleers, as
Stoned in Wednewdays Issue.
Admission will be by tickets only which can be obtained from any
roiee member. As this will be their first annual dance since 1941.
ber are exerting every effot to make up for lost time by making
tis O even iolller than they were In the oast A bumper crowd iis
siiected and everyone Is assured of the usual good time.
0 0
SHOWO arranged by Mrs. Harold Prost and Mrs. A. Hodgson,
V" h eld at the bungalow of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lewis, of Pointe-
ptrre o0. Wednesday. for Miss Jean Laug, of Malgretoute Estate.
m asre marUge to Mr. WInston 0. Abraham, of Pomnte-a-Plerre, :akes
GueOsts arrlvd sat 130 pm itid cocktaiL were served with savo.,r-
9and sandwiches. Later Mws Brenda Lewis. a small niece of the
f rewtsenated her with a cfp tea trolley and made a pretty liie
Wp'eeh '1o"4h &he was a l;'e shy. The party was a very jojy 3ne
and we-I on until about 9,30 pm.
A!- .r :hr.ee tnvI'ed to particpa'e in the shower were MLm' Jean
ltbBahs.a MIA Doreen LaIng. M:r C Turner. Mrs, 0 B Laing Sn:.
Us. 0- LngAE Jnr, Mrs. A;an ePirde. Mi's Oladys Wight. Mrs Jack
4! -s. M D Of-k LakLarI. MrS Bob L~AAart, Mrs Amy Lewis. Mrs.
rie, .Yearwoo. Mrs. A ec Mende-, MLis Joan Rostant, ML-s Mona
hIS S Md e rnier. MrU. M. Ache. Mrs. Arthiur de Verteulu.
u ftVa eifleas. Mrs Roy hiefd. Mrs. Joam o awbs tw. Mr*.
a UMm. AlSd No dmo. M 0. Iy Warmer and Mrs. Aatntbs.
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T Mode&nef Orcheatia will supply the music for dancing at the
W Trldad CoMntry Club tottght. and for those who do not care to
ar*e a full meal snacks and M andwichf will be served in the porcn
lobbor at te tableis on the ,edg of th dance Ct or.
pOFO.t-A-PTERR3 Ciub held their usual mid-m,,n'h:. dance on
bafday A.-. and the music for dnric:i-g was s,pp.ld bv the
Ponte-a-Pterre dance band
Amon those present I no'.ld4 Mr. an4 M:4 ,'. ton. Mr. and
Mrs. C..rto. Skinner. Mr. and Mrs 0. pere::, M.r and Mrs. Alts-
taUr Cark, Mr. and Mrs'. M A C J(ohn.o;;. Mr. anld Mr- A 0 E Cooke.
Mr, Reg. Humphreys. Mr and Mis Genffrey- Tayior. Mr and Mrs.
40 Try.r mlr. Angus Rosa. Mr. 8tese Murra,, Mr. Jock Puke from
IAwx. and POC. Sa'.
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Today's Diary GREE
St. James Tennis Club dance. GARSON
Dance at Portuuese Club. -
Dance at Perseverance Club. 5 aa


SWhat's to become of them? Dance at Trinidad Country Club. 5
No thought is being given as to Dasnhou i ld O "Fu Toong L
what will become of women after house.
the w'ar, according to "T-1ne." Forthlcoming Events
Ms. D. Nelseu, of North at-IDance by Chinese Athletic
tleford. Saskatchewan, who said Club Prince's Building, Tuesday,.
she had heard enough about men May 23. J
wrote tq the magazine as follows: Dance in aid of Chinese
"On October 1, 1943, no fewer School. Drill Hall. San Fernando,-
than 1,075.000 women were g Saturday. May 27.
fully employed In Canada. They 0=
are filling places In our gun fac. Stl Th f rit
stories. ships,.rds, steel mills. Wher- Still The Favourites
ever it is a question of dexterity 1 Young girls are still wearing I
accuracy or patience pride in f o --
work women are no second to men. full-skirted formal of sheer fab-
. These women are wondering rics. and they like white, pastels, I
what their position will be when red and combinations. The stylesai
the war is over. Are the govrn-are rather simple, with little
ments and employers going to say:
'Well, girls, you have done r nice Isleeves: interesting necklines such S
job; you looked very cute .1 your as the sweetheart, and the colour
overalls and we appreciate what'
io aedne ^ ^and fullness of the skirt enough
vo hO ave done for" us: bu tlrni
along now go home we can get'to give animation and drama to
i long without you' ? I the dress.

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TARZAN-S DE8KRT MYSTERY
See Tarzan run aasy Ith the
Sheik Wife

POINT FORTIN
TCNIGHT at .30:
Final Performance RKO's:-
TARZAN'S *ESEBT MYSTERBY
Johnny Weismuller In
Nancy Kelly
Tomorrow-Paramoutrt Techni-
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over TODAY at S & 8.30 pjn.


A New Brand Indian Picture
8 18 T E B (Or Bahin)


Grand AUCTION SALE
of
FIRST CLASS
HOLSTEIN COWS
AND HEIFERS
Instructed by Mr. J. 0.
Farfan. who Is leaving the
Colony shortly, I offer for
sale by Public Auction the
undermentioned:-
11 Grade Holstein
Cows.
'1 .Grade Holstein
Heifers.
4 Grade Holstein
Bulls (young).
1 American (Ken-
tucky) Mule and
cart.
1 Donkey and cart.
28 Head
Also some Dairy Sup-
plies and Stock.
Poultry, Poultry Wire,
Poultry Houses and
other items as will


RlAVMI T.LUD Oppeor.
FOR MERCEANT BLAMER Sale .vulItaele
NATIOM S Pi slate at "Mount
ST. ANWS OAD Vewn m" D-.,9,
Sata Marfgrite
Saturday, May 20 Ni. St. Agustine..
BOXING o Sturday 9t
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and talt part. 0a4. ad
weitgts may be iYm to td
Club Steward.
YEONo MML
With the emlla of teU
Boxing Board of Control.
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Scott Street. Kastrit MaiU
Rood. St. Anmmattlm. thln turn,
etwt at ed of Scott Street.
ten turn u io ftnt hbi red
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"t^c^_,^ %^ OBITUARY
rbs AN,. I, .: U w son yea nv a
i A' M tindh Dwo, N. Wllu Ju S 4Wn 5, yr's Vde srlfoa a 'ed tsi (pubUl d W t Call a' Teamn Picked
La Tn C WIshoo e lesnCulwho T- Teamtoreraeosalt "the 1091 V


0W ~ t th REhtn, I, h. rAlexlndw ontad Keh Couas i tN aqualtr acond Ior the van. eor g 8 then). T>ei
)d Teers. wie wh R. t i Bernard a Malvern, a crh i mdtheWi
fock. Lt u'a Piick o Th e ls.ew dno etchd IK 1eyer Ltd., and Trn d Bulld1kf hnt l s noc#w .#,e Wa
R <"2> Ju~nv Itote- ---- > ---- tito~y S&Tnon. sevenw Nh A sWeond resectn n t!= be- a^d f b at. AothteH SO.a^ on m
I -nero.i or theAmteubCari"s'" ""
i rv es th t J tan w ve ed with Orgt tui began a ol-ke,-P. Willi s (-
theM' pojia tied, th0-af 'JUoU i an e); llnu, W- 7%00" Allb lu* Supplies Wil lbe short


I. vtd.' TerrY, it dd :An we ga l flitton. goalACftW AC aOMOBeOW Dg-b 1 am -a U.*t pmn


B'I--Sn-ut hnAl* - v. 0hie champion, troro 8iputo hie not "Vith tf: cor eCM ven t 12 o<0,I iil'"1nn "'' ww* ff "' ""'',^ tt',*
Wilson t ApexTod%-A t lvl ody t -sdeto."a ---,


B-e on U Ipretee aw- C wth two Gose alv Ycht en* tor) th bsOpb I tS -M,. SSj
M Q Ataaoon the Ova, t. hyot lad oer there twr be -lP d a t s OOerl, A
M cn V M. ew :l Anotc whele ta I U n eoal ld forthe Orphn e out- ore tomorrow, und n te an t0er na e eth oldar. A tu)) Wiram
bO R 0 0 oCn.ea, 'tLt. out hen- ft, but onovd In ttedr v p of the r YMa Cnub. a. ndirteswotrra
In 009"d- (cant.): F. leghari, IL 31#1g t d$ at





B t A ST"".* . h- .. !?" s .w tth the .Id asl lleen om1" tl- her eqiu~t<-. and brought U alwoa rollowlaI to~ Ur io t of *Btm ta; !wrml,'tlm .mt mm m eramu'3 nwh n i tWi h~trh
,ewe O ein f wl o onAlexander X. J o.ir on 1 i tlcieatad. to 14 oIho fi, Ind Lianfi.:- cntsTIS LA NMRii. WrathI wN AC Ut
A S and st Indian Dtlor s, Ns, WI a 11111t0- 1 410 ws1 now d mul w Mlver with a whirlwind d ltt TrbIdent a ae&w 18. Hsset n -__ 1e a te, 'sn d)*a o oU
.iffcd vt t. mJut dr1an. ls zae Otointed KeithiCousl", the equalirve, second Woenre tM. i- Wcovered Slay.t 1ad K).t lt. 1

Iiffyt be' S. foT the Wi ]5M maca, d ^ B :it' o a*et T r ow, el- t hed.tf y dtentv nrdbtof e-r M8le r ~i 34 m O tk llll Ootinley M.eeu, VMAPM*! hu,
^^ BA.T.twl- o ni e *lt M ae Pmihndm, irown d OhuB|, 0 nW t. ToIki, ed et cane ( Cl) 2, Ar msow 41= 1i 13. ilntol Ipig $ornnn 5M'.hS
___ at___l the Queisth park Oval The see-saw dual Hofo -startd In meyer Ltd. 2, and Tr lla M Iln t M&iI aDte w.
Sha v n ae derary aft o -.butIt was B second sei don and aftMl erMnA-oe in, l-Dn 1o, ilo t
clai enta h aacnwsVern, tied with Qrkange it 1All, b I.Mrs. Lynsh,

v Prk' : Qltr T. ra, rowJ, (44v ter1 ,st,
,O dl O AmateurCardw e wl betrtwo nx-unriidt Ine to fh run at wi e h e ld(o at t c o "s *i
r etur li t hl chmpion. frOA t Siparia hascludln The excit ed t: cr e e ot 12 oS, 3aCsT evC, M Ot1 18 trlW mt o mil aei tabo u t ,p .c


K D-l~nc8hlr r. T,.Q.LUt .LroulBnd ex Bet. Mary'e C.M- WnOrd t 'd0 n.h.rtn. ^ ,^ C^t. erdor led hnd to be restrained by i 11. nlpea Ml. ki-k maB~. LuF K.itng, tev. Jenutoxr.(1 < i.N thly
fe's; VI n^ A'aye ,^ anp arm7p~ g.1 wpN S wh bel ]---tn ^ mmm,, Ixotre -. ....... .
Cgl. illubovCies e V Da ami ty been se eond Practice aft- Clunis with two reln she d th Ycht m oRfo. WiAuis T1 OoUAll Ages
Shnnn "6e IkrBll Ve, wenti"K01 Oth iS]J Aa ,aq|dedntWt.te a
S th ovalw with a str c eart d f- or thea i t .O pet wi, be hel 41% r
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H~~~~~r**--~~~ -/ wndl* W"* o**.CU)**2,*~utr Buhn toiyeaew d Tulow ol dLnl t n nerr thn whe LIVER BILE _f* IH.nr" I "* Mw 1!B1, Ml" psrn.^
NP, 81nIh, D. .S Cewlbbew os ) M urr N2 Sft ,O.'l .? ,-lt hl4 th; alnd v.. agor, A. inB fotr Boyee (fromt A tllry) w er. Ng oal e It forthre Orphnae out course t tomorrow u idthe &W tio .r a. pr vll chrn. .al
SSouthern boxing fa1 will come to n Is anticipated. an4 h doandc ap: iNo.$ Crntln. er .
v.roin gCub;ajm ateu AMboxing t reat t o- Ladie Lewis and ngu wtBll Malvern with a whirlwindrlast Trident 10.INeafareis8,rHl as, t



5 od An Holder min b It u f Chutel bwhner-n5.. igtga an.drive, and uc h dentreM.Nr- Wren 1 Girl it 1 V61l, KiM ie .'ismet 1,1
S t. .Ann (Tn .VJ., ) a .wl be staged Clarke, Barbados; C usin$, Ja culty to net th eir threl '.ly distribut N go, h Y liSeaHa l3 tt4.MDin t&,.Co l r InS



1t'- Isookram (cBt'); S.L Gordon W lyord (S.CrF) 1,in. u- W H. 0 1' t B Fw rdl d P. HI~d" br"ln"rn their More to u,' t Mjl-"~ l j~bnioy'dur i leiy.' l.v oep e rl Stwndct 1 hul ieifao f ~ns .~l" ,, a*tom. . Dxo, ai.MM. F. Brodn.
O I. W a o the War Rod ma and B oe, Terry, o- ut. oo tn e W. ne 2rIrI ,S- sle iE .1
81 Cramlege) im ftrouble. o undvia 6111chvint sh d ot- Ms iniv er2,Pat e 2. R r .dei M.DeMr."oP
t v -CiDr artiing#a5 Mer amrndroh andwCb hung, In the golkeener, anidfn e. cane (.nk), 33,A w CAt 3, lcuta, nd.ri eil
dZ m bo .vi.utolph A rna M arelsyandPrin ae.,YOO Mo o 2.Palo11Jnsi.i ,e o.Suirts
womrd T, eitv, b the running r cee the"elAl l
b.. toftorh8av St Seoldal- bl al he Inter- As both Haford and Bernard. Penelope 25, AlbatroeIL V k s O.
ni d t I I bthat simon-p reoranks,1e a tel,.ani the biggest helped olone byI'at, ace .ate pass- 20. 5peedwell 311. Middle 37
xf Vitorid v Odeand (.Y..Sraceti e ndJes anhr 3.IBarrow, Malvernat score 28, Q.ot A 1tJapo, 1,C247 .






ob n. The newilbet o v. J oce vrntuUn o. M, Lyn -h. .Cr.T.
V"re w il ba twojumed from 14 to 18 goals. Flash 15, RiptTdo (Sagull) 10 m...ye.w. Mei, Pier, V 4 'tor'
S-the other featuring, ecolA The excited Crow gotn c ut ofseaGuls 1,Mallas 831m r0 anGarettJoh uash.
y .--1 APayr-stdded$014incldingu~eamr:Mr oc
Vcir. TO. Loui Banels, Poat.- M .ry W, W a d chae r order and hod to be restrainedtbyillSisNLS. V. lnot..(1Met 4









i flm -I l kh (cap P.a.o ( 8outh).n II NK If: *
W ood, c.n sw W S ^ \ S k M ffG 0 "GC CArk.
b v. Ast Vill:. le champion, up agiSt r -,oral rakyn who eat cD. mounted police. 33on G W aham. n t


1% s s-&VilePas a army^ repV --- Innis.,
ia v e aY in 0 conds, and to Malvernnever relinquished theWTI i
the1teams: locals" Siker, Bailey,KIangCum. ilead, and rvrler' It on to the linal W AKE UP IYO UR aAdams, A, Iylon. A








-Le' olr (leowt),s. 7heInardd Amaeo o, C.- yit Char aes A. Pe rrier.N,
a ih oa e d hrl ir Do n g heot Wfind Wilf Tll In nearer d than t a *w 1 A AN ia i err r, Pr
D, C. James, Club) 135, v. t Daniel (Southernestr :y eatte b se.MissAannwd s. lwniFes. MiesP.r're.
gin "tr- Caribbean Force) to the s aias of lhlting binbt orka n e. goI. IERtB LO, .nkot. A
















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,0ratorieS "" (,'uw MoDEIU DESIGN FU, IUB m I
mie d. Dottn, 160, v. A. ard 160. nks wiil jntly and Orphana Y AgeD PLAf9WAB










th ---V drvod until cb l a rcim 01p___.____s
MdA N. Hldr.'7 Holder 14Lv. y e lS tak rcr @15, "w0IClnto and Dick bpd much diffi- Williams. 8'u aes aea Mori. a. GMrs.inJ.
(T.kNi.V.R.) 14T.,s= & oins-W~k. while P. 0. culty to net their three "ist goals. yourlive r ssm .i Wlasone. Mr P er~re P 1ma
;--N. Sookram (cant.): St. Gordon Woolford (B,.F..).I 8H. Grs h aml gie ndo F. Hard- briniginol their score to 13, to Mel- tale intovyour UI? a. IP yjleto lr.DcMrs. MC Hvv
S. M. M.IXll.TU .1oeph V e oCalM C(ft, Diendicts a lotr ou -le.s-20 &'up=Miss Dilfoc, hirn. Washing n
Jak~~ P. u~L- CleOu~~b. ~ e ~ 0tolantadit n nthe short 1)01- trs au e cuisRm.anse yeD*,Ms
L suitV uop Lell MaTInie RamJohu ill b' hition. was lmaien's Hits Bernatrd, systemIs samqVIAjo=%atsa.RUM
t4 ou s te ile.u 5 tc lul.didnotsd eult









SCUMn L aT .flyweight bout.--ugMeM s ONLY. at ---- ie _
Todman,(T.. N.v.) W A XWhile Ramo be e bao, Ae was 't t --- a
a. t.)*'. ~other. favourits o tee foornl ..T t tell-
C. Baptisto (Wilkinson) 147. T. )Gfpnie MRY111111ftn ou flit, PMY(- y a m meis
Pi. GJ., J1ny '*Craig (South Caribbe" TAnGsUewt n e.tK~
Louischerra.dasrWinson 1-IGer, rthes d ehazjct hie te r-;r a
C' Archer, 31. Bar- Force) Guerr, ec o -kp er4.-P. C0. uhaztage's oalla w"ith few exaep.. e siss i~s
A~u s P a rrae o1 63.T.CGanviletes t h t on~, tq Were",,,ant.2,Ri aw
MAOXiang. SPayneth, (South). and 9111!300.W oul
Len McKell (or-f-pan v J aett zM. Boe
Rici hi cap R~ a ao P or -of- pai ) v 5, ard ng s hould h ave a lot of a d ,v ip ryes w ere: M r R o e
Pl.-J Riohl" T Bides- _ _ T.G.R.'s TEAM
~~WJ009h, LRll D.TrinidaTOd 004erneit lL Railway
R DMIall" ivir AYA O?= Club Will be represented 'toa by
.-L. r (ca), B Trinidad Amalteur Football As- Clyclits: L- Glasgow, A. Wal-
Cow (cpt) S.socatill illhold their annual cottW.i, s .96 n .S O T F R IH N
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porstories e" MODERN DESIGN FURNITURE
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AlI rATS ARut' eETATE. Jamee LOh eceC. P C Coa Pur Coffe. fPhine 7t.- p1p: j. oia-2l aC l sA l alHa. 0et- O venueMsry Str eet. Po- rl-apan-M li. --ico n t. a PhoM oaPis. th-eMy t.
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UAL T6 M.A.d imprt CA ExorOt.IA oAhe O Iman R eni vETOB-Oaks s- 2-Ot
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IFOR SI_4_ *isbi^^ rn 4 t itt111% record T t 69 "W 6ww p^4 5ppty, J P
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i AMS~. Pug erice Co." L ltd. RKC LUMXE IC ?TFARADIC CAN .Basin,.noe S -M W hv W-beWlis10sl uniture to p7law ...'-;--'Y-- y s o pr atae, As w~at, Age ts, iver we an l u e O TiiSi L (:ad Olt am 11





AS Roaid.HEKEPwEtoelerm ly RI4 or j n e 1, "t foe. -rnels oi.r,4'dn >*ry r.i. %3Sb kNt W w.4 20in s 3o bo
W 1RJt5I't UiinR C O t f ileBo ittrirce -Q GaviMadelt .AM T L(1J EOw stI) POSSESSIO. X 0 OFFERS INV t rDickdealmte ee buldng N rasnale WAr' wo tbeoer tobqlt-ay a worklen. W S


m *i rs "04 ,wages An* a. W CHddIROPRACT i nl iyZ ;IC tre tmet ll r*sb 'a e L ll. SrA, li il~ l-| ~ IV"o A RK... ... .....r tomaM A PIY N Rm eot .-May 23


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5CtJIIMN *l,.Eapristre Ag Ic- r.L':JOS.EPH atFERREI~RArDX GLDYS WEr. VMPaoflf m41 acinery AA bro.oebedroomslempty. 'the be











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Apply I0S 1. ictriaLvenL~Y tAt,7,Ch7. u...o..AM.oe --s -M!y- t",L."o T I t Apl Sarp a A with th b biln b I.SI oT--Ol-NA N TO t

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.li* Road- M A 11Is yo;It .a N T , M% Br .-id) Ik 8aB l "o -. e" l *b -phra Iy 2
pretM tcMua with gaci lr d Sb I -,r IMI M t. lA* c i t Mci 24o T p Tftte O My 2kMs glaNO e a Ci
CO AI t Nr Mtr ,. 3;. VNT4L fr 2hI"y ir.r Md rTROPIC- 1*i, to C. l ., 7t1. Maino -SteU -. eist ate . A.. pl Oe 1.ot Mp OS property ( 5OT EadLward SBp re. 1
LA DI. ."3 pa-lmnOH FaliIA .I Qeist t17t Plyna 5 it* e My 1 I 1(to E.......b......at.... .ymtions reqiMdto Cp Rafd0| A Mal e ss. a damn good buy. (O 1go Wast.

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y-s e."ar PeImporAt tza. I Sag- ia'ana i 2 A --Xt, le- RERIERTOR--- -- 1 Cititl C.ubC o i-May 21 AGEeaNlC Good si 4 Yimts feet, ts per 111






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MO TORS FOR SALE11.rre6oMOTOnRS FORWlt SALEaWle







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LV-ES-TOCK -- WANE SALEROOM AND .OARD .... PROP-RtYT -t slng.tms LUIS .oiLMAN Y4OMAS-"B CONTACT a-. Co-elie RoAd-May 13 ^*A ;
NICE 0T OFRi 0IS r Ar^s WANTED TO RUv COMt ,TARa. i'UNIS1 t) POOM^ CalT7 Yaky. OWiTal U Chart*tte-'loe S00S--4, POULTR AN UPLE






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Tk 145;.ll i ~ l Xllnvl r R ,./ FD S ,,q m et~ ta l r AvG R' Pick-utv $105. 0 B.,go l ZMPn I Y Home, 'QII B o m Sret o e a es".. ..... ....ply! Kan fo li Il ist w,






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FbaedetWO Street. -May25 Iomo RoadmMay12 t Geret'M 2do Street. new, Mp y oL EStretO ra 3nearouL







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boxy 0-1214.l-m any 3 a 8" I -I fMr'lA J )y 1.lM jvp roomo .. l. ls Fe.h rR nando NE.*l p. B- tw ,'(a)t cks /t
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V. 5-M"7PARE 7A1,Ba1gaiES-M&C 21 lporti a e v ofgl linnson W& IIoad n Jw-n wiIth rsected byreaeLloyd Cum ingst n yl** _











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55sLSi a-a 24 So* a V Shonel 5 85i-May 2 S S US.sa Rd. .00 tsstato
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FURNITURE SALE
1 lsa-id e R ee
MADAVAL.
I-day, 22m May,
Instructed by Ma. K. Partih,
e will Oil all her good and w-
I wazitre wh as Double
gring Divan with Spring illed
attrer. Saidin Spring Divan and
abuem. Simmo l Day Bed.
vrftL=odM&ttnwa Cyp I&.-
ared Lle Drear amd Stcol:
"p Mirroned anfig Pres. Cyp
S of DrawersO 2 M diin
fta. Cyp Clothes Oupboad
ap and cedar Chests. Prwsad
taf Press with P(Uding Door.
p Bedrnion Chaut, Shoe RAck.s
a"ngig Mhros. 21 x i2t.
iby'B Cy Press and Cot. Bed-
ie Carpets. Cblda Roier. CrIa-
aud Dining Table Drop Bod and
Chair, Cyp Sideboard and WarS-
STable, 4 Oapad Molrri
lain with CushiM. Crap. Motr-
i Table, Crapaud Morris Chair
bth Book Cae Sides.
;andng and Reading LaAVZ
ryp ladies Dea* and Gent% Ofi's
ek. Mahogany Meat Safe. Sun-
am --Burmfe Oil Stove and
vn. Thermos Jars and ju
Roo I. rusha and Waxers.
namel. Aluminum and Iron Pots
id Pau OGlass and China WIre.
utlery and Service, Bone Punch
ig. Bathroom Scale. ,Dimnd
as Llamps, Chrstma Tree Deco-
tUons. Baby's Pwam. Garden
aains. Table and Becehes. Two
-Gallon Water Drums. Lawn
power and extra part, Garden
rod, Garden n oe. 125 ft.. owl
un, pure Bred Rbcde .Isdands,
hitS Le hrna. Giants and Wya
lotte Fowls% 2-GaL 8pR1y for
owl Run. 3 RabbIts and jHAteh:

Itma5 onvmw Saturday and
lardSy.
TEBIKS-CAH.
Boyd & Hutcbtson. Ltd.,
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17A S9TTON 81-
SATURDAY T78=
SOilinstruc.ni ]m
I Mrs. s;yth c1
BMate. whose f
removed to the Magt
lance, the unde lS
auction on the Sf
and place. tu
I bumer-.Mb
sri and others to
Chin Cahbinet, S.
writing desks. 2
phonsr. 1 Brunswlg
mopIone; i re-tf i
with turned legs;
Ing table: i cyp
Isnal drawing
cIld 's dresing
Stable; 2 Raleigh i
Cycle; 1 Srern Cye :.
V' r" Smne bi : b A
child s bed with I
tIes; book- u.-n t
aI re cype W.
boardS: D inner-. u,|
cribs; 4' a"
hogany bed and qW.
R.C.A. Radio (Vteliri
CoIierator; l i-tube
Radio: Dressing TA-bl
IL. table on wheels;
chair: Child's
phone records: pijc
end books &c.
Dated this ith 6 V $ 1
Items on view on dW
and morning of sal.
Terms:-CASH M Go I
bammer.
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WOOD
Saturday
May, I
:aM MI ';|
Instructed byErB.a
will sell Ali his ^S
tul 'rtlnturL.
owtng in S man:-
2 Rib's Single Be -
and Spring-filled _tt_


B Mirroied Ladie' 91"
ASTY tiion Chest of DawbI 4
bo*ad. Bedside and
ME~l q_ Bedroom Morris/
aEAL WS BedsW1
-tresse, Chdws Uft
SLUGGISH DIGESTION IW(,,,,-
In. thee days when we all have Cadnv s
S"to to It." leisurely meals are O, Co"e"s -d
iV to go by the board. and. alln SroredM .
o often heartburn, flatulence Rail, Crapasd
id a twoln of heavlnss a n the6d C Mo Tea
At mTit f8r k7 WAG- anddo- and
A e aSSi u mATW.y MAO. te and. Chaier.s PM
MI oAow r tablets will afe Iron.! e Ir.
VU ooelf *W t fram this dhscs- St"anIngLampsil.
Te discomfort. "BISBURATED Books. O ilba
LAGNEI1A acts quickly and Dishes Water-,oofl*W
itly because It neutralls ex- phone Records, 1-
: acidity, the real cause of Stove and O ,v.
o.t mastric tain. if therefore Knea ard FPks,-
Sm h east bastv meals or food oasswireC
bet disages with you, remem- ain. r iec. Toy
wt to esee your dlgestion by Ck- dak Editor and
M a little 'BISURATED" MA"- items on view i-
SIA.- ( Will Als"f nd "BI morin of Sale. SwE
MATEW MA....IA lenetcial ,
8 case of Sh trouble due Boyd& H&
Sover-induleInce either food
*-drto) ve -w
Of all chemists and stores.










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TRINIAD AD TOMAOO UL-0*^1-s
GENERAL SUMMARY OF ACCOUNT|
12th July, 1939 30th April, 19i4


Rmtia mes to- -m
S Nationalt
rund ............ SIJ ;
Mr;s of War
Parteel Fund .... 11.13 1
Aid to Rusma
Fuim ............ M.8"
Aid t re
Fund .,.......... ISO mi~f
Maidilal for Work Parties OL140
no................ W .4
Leng War Week;
Civt Oefooe............. 2.40 ;
.t 3eae..... ..........ld

ci Survivors and BM.
& VtIen pts ients
*erf tn aents ......... 6 1
M5UataMB of Motor
Ve.1 clem ........... 223 1

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