Trinidad guardian

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Title:
Trinidad guardian
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Sunday guardian
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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English
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Trinidad Pub. Co. Ltd.
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Port of Spain, Trinidad
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Newspapers -- Port of Spain (Trinidad and Tobago)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Trinidad and Tobago   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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Trinidad and Tobago -- Port of Spain

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Began with Sept. 2, 1917 issue.
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Description based on: 25th year, no. 7404 (Jan. 1. 1942).
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Latest issue consulted: 71st year, no. 22316 (Mar. 31, 1988).

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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To. Crack The Hitler U


Along Its Entire Lengt,

SM yitkyinar Father . ....MsOfOf British asArmy dk B .tr N azi,

t.tyn to take rare;
Doomeof hd |gasmasks, Iitld-Mar-
&flat Lord Birdwood, "nt her "
-- -ftrheritih army warned
TI,:. 'alhough Htl~er has
(hinese Forces Close twi al hias Ur P e
/ On Jap Stronghold .he and e a toberdt o U n deu, t roIl 11 a
S From Three Sidesa release ais not only on troopdA
but on this country as well,, ALLIEID HEADQITARTER Naples. May 20 IRruter),..The k11e;
SOUTHEAST ASIA COMMAND .i armies in Ita-y are striking In an All-out amault to crafk the F111
HEADQUARTERS. Kandy Oey- n t ,y e s tn tn an t -u tt to u rwai du nor,
Sb1r, May, 20 Reuter)-cThe ratty w- e r:- 1. Blne along it the e length butW en the mountains and their.
Z at the* JapaneTse1XI caled In. o a te Myit N azi A irfie ld s n Everywhiere KessrTrin ba ottcred dil ovs are tinder p" S
kv.na In northern Burma now ....
|"em$ to he sealed. They are t __ I ~dnw ffehAle ucse aeb't lse rmteIil
being driven out of their vtro'- Ifcr front tonirl ,nt
hold by General Merrtlls Amert- a ar t of ther sa o tlr .will#.
can an.t Chinese forces which are 0 steadilyclosngIno. Army men have drtvcm ide-p into "
tedl clon n on thre .he in Hitler defense and the
one wAllie coluni has advaned O P u 1 1ht Germans are being rolled steadily Chine Tab
ot the rrawaddy and loduplc l ... .. eback on a secondary defence belt
Village four miles South of MWit-T T.IOFD m May 20 telitern -- ,t switch line" Lom the Hitle Pn e ma In
kyina, another atrol was bearing h I een other day of cont.nuzus defences running to the sea ral 1l !!1.,
down on the same point four Alled air ussults on Germanr ar- the Pontine marsh a, little more
miles north of the town. while alagts Uross the Channel. Three Uer- tl, n 20 miles fiom the Anlo.
third column is closing, in and are men airfields, two near Paris and beatchhead, Thec Americans are fot. Yunnan9~ Battle
taercas the river, one near Rhehins, and rvilyards atIlowing up ilong the histotic-
In the Mogaung Valley theRhetima were attacked by American Appin with tanks and I
tra"ped Japanese remnants at Fortreses and Liberators. which/lerp- and their enkineers in d er HNl. ING, May 20 tApi 4.
W Wrong are coming in for more went out with a very strong acort with the ifantr ande are report d Th- Hiegh Command annomUT.44e
Sheawn Allied attacks. The Japan-this morning. tonftht beyond "Iti within Mlig. 3' --mand .....i.
ese los' at least 11 aircraft yes- Two enemy at,'raft were destroy.i mil;t of the Ansio beachhead andday .'he capture of Pienin noo
terday. At the same time Allied eod by the escorting fighters, while are @ ,d to be meeting only casual of the Mant len Poass, in an oe
fliBhters from Mvitkyin irfieldltwo American bombers and 'ie. opposition there i wet of th e saiween iver
Swhi has been captured by the fighters were lost. r
Allies damaged four more. Two Ancther assault, on more airfields At Itri they have cut the Awi- Chinas south eter provincei
Al ^ d stcrft were lost. and mili ...:targem. po n r te nt l at*"L .eral road runni.g rigtl~IYu""n"n.. .. .... ..
of e uO|eftOW AmlIes hIFrnmct ie s.eed y andequipinmenat valued at m1ay tbmisoiddellara, were destroyed yesterday inorernpr ro rn in rogrlit sown a lson
kt em kustreet A worthche 1e owned by Davwda a Todd, Ltd, was rameA to the grind and nearby buildii, gs cite'i- Mr. John Nixon. B.B.C. re. ftance wai made by bombers of ,ho through the enemy front Intend Poe cle
Wn h yaelpating swiftneus the o alo s swept through the buildings, having seees of Persons hameie-s, The psit porter, told today how an entire Allied fpeditlonary Air Forces t his and this road Is threatened again Pink f sec- y. -utha*at ote thein










Rtt~~~ otr tol tooa howu 63n entlelAlle nedtodr Alr Force Laet.l arro*colwe*P[ic lIea *crr ro.ecieff mre abene? the arnK rnr i. .i.u~ .n ,.-
e' havee wiMe ht ltsre. the rigln ef which is still unknown. Up to late yeter sameke was stit Ossuing frem In fantry division was moved by titernoon, pnd railways in northern by other 50t Army forces on the road town of Lunfling, but awysig
Sthe smouederlr r a. air front the Arakan front to the Prance Inere attacked by American ridge overlookin, the highway. % lghtitng is underway to th l oth.
i- ........ ImDhal Plain today. Early in the -hwtderbolth. According t one of the best rn Atea, The fight ng -
lUn lP o I Iic..e _Imohal fishing he says It was de- Lest nights targets for, R.AP.known Der' eo men ,tors o.iaou t nr( un, ..i, railwa,,y town
l osh .., tea lak, .. t ]u t. [4Iecided to send reinforcements and to,itbers froh b Brtlain were the night the Allied force arc moving ut miles east t Turnw

di ntanht ov ot T (an Division, many of them vet- Halifax btcrer., say that at Bouloogne of the road. General Jttln's lfrenchLuis1 m'l"...... .
Wiire taevy anma Ral idrans of the Western Desert attacks wirs made in great strength.iforces are maintaining the impetus ...... i. reported .
e . lll. .. llting embarked on the 20 miles weithr 11es that turned to red, then of their attacks on the nrighbour. f ih"in g'i contin-i nga "
(t C L flight over the mountains. Many there was A tremendous explosion Ing mowItlin sectors from whrr oIdtlnng Ise miles etin of e ItI












1^.~~~~~~~~~fo wher Loyng 120 mlelge To Chies I0t S e .w ^ o u .lS
G T P t n' Iwere f ying for the first time.rane ad finally yellow. The they are working Into poilUon tokwan.
st illtlOnuing ls t n ig hts Wrh t ntu denruains WaWithin a few hours the first con- boIb fell dada on the targets. strike at the flank of the formida- e -
S Iytne etoy, e it th bg ct Ae whisw le er -o a tinent were already in action Lancaster crew that attacked ble defences in the Lr Valk, In and fttrs. reported that
PIdy1 (M ( -P 1 -- Wag *im k destroyed in the bigctyAre which wwet loweruenry0f By C. YATES against the Japanese. Nixon says the ral wa yards at Orleans asloI the Liri Valley and the mountains. en. f we kild s












011111111 ye1dMOM SlPtree nearly ye tera mo rneing. o ALLIE Mr.A) UAcr~ inoVU forln som time afteward the sawbay hueOfoln.D rn ebyod Hg wy4 the Rh --- -aw-In--I--
an'dA .. p..s m1 v0 sSouthwest Ia.fic, atM ad0 t APt a- pJapanesenevr knew what -had bom biengy plonme bhatboM aIsep tt"s c on onthe L I J n s r
paints, arearnbomhesrou frm hUmmLd they antlJ teilth that they WrVW7_I %h.1~ Sell, lole frot and 6th1 IshMn
I^I Arm y Srtiit py! hIs po undi no the d e.'.* I ...ldcae two were .no; W_- ...i..infl I I I, i lMi Uf TU .T












0^,"4 "^ M. Haisiamisdtan ofdlars whvepoded. A of N epew A r *k d 1oNwn. Gnm Mc IninMla at^^~ Am by thelU. Vj lllIOW1I** a~rtA~ Is ini adCtth d..
40t. dutt.ur, and Admiral Lord eouisI"an. Hour after hour for the nexat fw O c w arewswere Unabl` to fences, a ve-mile ion stretch Of r vvii, I\u u
.- othersncame furniture and material u IntLatten comma.ids, utpted for ten dartt rnspttort 'Wanes roared Identity the a Mans target thr.u anti- tan de e s, !_un ofd I
0J6 '*.6 s UI 1% ar house oye owne bI Tenderny relI th I rs tinle la thi w,, to t northwards, crying more troops the .od, and they, brought their .e a en t,- ts s ret. ar W eareg
/ Dadon. & Todd Ltd. wert up heavy Ste age on Wednesda v mules. uns, teeps and medil oboui .e iack rather than endanger rllh acros th bnkprok conryt s.t. etc hing.
will 111101 p r Aos Japan's principal bu.chi sacstl. tldihes evuIaome't. As- soon as they French liv ,'. IC aihaley boeS voW p oe tkrn lutr to
a i' ot a fa. e. the f..re, t.. origin aofd oase of Surabaya. touchewi down on the airfield their MIItAry targets on the coast of th evalley.A., .pI W
0h m.o.ar cthy-. '' .-ts r which is still unknown, ragec G general Douglas MacArthir'sl cargoes were aticklyV unloaded, Fran wwre alsobombed, o Seven G eryal ef.... g iitk t h inu-".. another -nd h
-- ar ao~m m ra "- o 11 ltry are following right through~lt In n..f... h --
m object T e reito has 7e v -outhw t Pacific Hedquarter a t ,vertln hin, wasrdone on tme and Allied aircraft are missing. from the vicor fae Fd r
decided after victory f. Tenders for the nstrutiond oi ced I, s *l to ti, In the olanes queen u over the largets on the coast of Francel . t ...i.he .th Army'sfiara, t h Greeived a boost
It wanted possible, Anradjoining two-Morey building of a new airport atLaventill, aretha carr ir alla a I quik ael d it tedlasteveningwht line and hae i inflicted heay losses to A 5 B lar














H^S< ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ta carrit, u t ew~ *"* 2-"w! *^1* n o~ 'aIneBMni. citatio,c and aiBrfeld w of a c h ool tim to lan ee attac Yn I to make Me
'Ito might epeso to north of the warehouse crowded still being awaited by Government damaged iznpor..ant oil ana djy nti thev i'overi the ertire divi- lt.arnuders alid Havoc& dropped below Highway e and the Germano to date $1T.51ft.74,
undes' which lhe the "'Sunday Guardian"wasyin- Intallmions and ruckrsity that a *wttle i now rating for The day's ot was made q
iTTdg. for t rotMgetioftedd g. ll l Be a4wellers wa sals Aetensive-formed ....terday. o a 3,,0h ude the boy a. h bd r ai l t ould more than 520..ots .of bombA ..n EC u t
hs eoe or ..h... a..t with hwi ..wa Ia. lso, e"re. nse .e of shipping sheltering In tue greit have ntken weeks. Under this new military i stallatio there, and an the town of Pontecorvo n the .h rd the following contributions:
s s damaged, but the dwellers were ,Until thes".e tenders are received av bo mthodthey ransorted eve the InnerarcuratD'e crtercei .rvou know$,
le .with whom Mr. suale to remove some of their fur. and considered vernnuont Is un-J he a habo. mth.-of the.0 ir n nanst d l ever theiner at 'c ffothe df-nces a.oi High- eou acnwld 4
SI g asritih naue a ore, W as O lo u o baesay wt th estimatttheirstraer-o'of0th 15.000 ltinr men and Allied aircraft fromM. l1. troops are pressing -teMa .School.....
s ting the bulk of life, cost of constructing th.A airdrome bne assault agai, s b.,Iabay. am- ro t a a was lost, liding havy American bombrs Maie wllliams
fro gthenti dStates The warehouse, which ...o. al, be. Th e wholiecot" wtil b w. PO,.nt base the Allies were i,. IND'IAN SABOTEURS today flew more thin 4 000 4ortaes oermans hard all along thi dim- D'Abadle Govt. School
S, a taduu anu ever, be borne by teTrinidad oui of two years ago, and it wab. to attack Lerman targets in Prance cult mo., ii sector. A breach stff of Fogarty's Ltd,
2,11"irl#l. PONUOethe Arims. 0 otdu n~ ver, be one I thTn &d c....a ... ......,, J,. ble to s e C. from New IdII=-1 asbe ad nth llr e
Joldral Ilmovie, who or- runs deep into the block to too.back overn.et .t inw .. cr n s rn.. an ab. Ch. e Low Countries. It was one has been made in the Hir de-3an Fernando ....... 1.4
e'. tthat bought YU- of old rw .ng L.ung Restaurant and Recently the L.egilature ddenAdmiral Nimdtz, Admiral Mount. eio Aan .RQbereon .today tods of the hea, est days yet in the crass fences at Pled.imont. a kseyStaft and other elitplyeo
theAlledcar~,hasofice o Le Lm &Co. Ld.,ona vtefor510000Wto i4ehae4atnadOee'lMcrir the story of how 12 Indian soldiers chanitel offensive, fand it wen, on stronghold which has fallen to the o suaenaar
support of Tito. Chariotte ..ree%, was formerly uo" ,equipment for the developments joined ftcrces In stre,.gth./cartured b" tne Jausnese and frc early morning until dusk. Poles.. Po, D .b.............. It,
Adm ra Mou.. .. ........n rl .........e to b.. ..is..nd-pa--e-.rs --ri..were... ... ...ichae Reynold-. B.C,"rptr CollectdoN. Turei
Ia soeway fourth an a surn~ure factory by Davidson schemes and according to reports AdIiral Mou n.bae is in control/ tr t i nd .aotersI Aong thetargetseb were Gyr'ni Michae Reynolds re
IS eo aand i'odd, Ltd. Ureanching the "SundayGuaran" of southeast Asia, Admiral Ni- gave themselves tin when the rail I;,ns with the Channel poo ier, speaking from Gene'til Alexan- froi nthe MeUlaleaiol
reahig he Suda Garuan'ids 'om10"~, atie Ccei."ai pacific .lsnsanese after gr~at effort got. and Luftwaffe bases. der's headqt-' rters this afternoon Engineers Branch.,
.y by accusedWlhalnovich Theo .ire, watch was firsa teen at consideration had been given to I1~tz cmall th-em back to their nativelad. saysrterwi thinsart
& ftaand of helping about &31bO'o~ck. was still raging the possibility of having the pro- and Genieral MacArthur the south- Ih Pbc.tothirnaivD.~d
., Up to about o.30 io'Sloek an id re. posed Laventille airdrome con-.... ... most tlltoll n ""'I I,,
hat the Brt-ightes continued to use hoses on atructed under contract by a wu, On the heeis of the carrier.stre o ientand apparently co-.ht P,#-' ,:. TPA. S .-._SL
dropped Mioatlovich arid the building throughout the morn of U.S. Engineer Instead ofbty Liberator bombers hilt Surbave o'erntive nioners. They were t night"is of thel att'- I ,L.
was no Britishlast nia military I g. Planning and ousi Commits-rallwiys and oLner installationss' titen 12 mvoths' intensive train- a Com iiprd escorted b y -.--i-c-,---- --
his forces now. ear mididay, following a sudden alon. The fact that tend ers are The Japanese A ir Force and In I n-sabotae, demolition, pro ln erma ,. wart ng t I n he Bay 0low l
7 flare -up ap parentl ot inflame still being aw ait ed by Go egrour d defenses put tip ctirly aor / ni T nda s-d wireless transm italsIon G er.... ar ... in t he B t .1
faeu apaetyo nlmstlbenawiebyGvernment9 o in y ls t h Firenh as. WIN T E W R ASCAIN O
mables in tne wrecked building0 on appears to Indicate, however, that resista c..to nearly Io AAlled car- ,,d then they were.landedI in In- Grmscandse Wtoew....astseHerelySSCIA-ON OI
tou |n lr4ppose two occasions, the Brigade closed the tender by the American con- der 'plane. Fifth Air I force Liber. i hby' stmbaneine. TileeJapansedeAG e min esweep..er.was ......lf
bunc-lOJIMS the area -to traffic &ino ordered tractors was not accepted, atora bombers from the southwest iad a':solute confidence In thebing fm,.,t "otemine tw ee, a- rwas eNIDAD N T 3A6*
.rAt present workJ the reclama-IPa,'Lflc followed up the c. ter 'planes 11'n an.d elected nosative resultslanother mines.eeper w. hit, ___ ______i__________r_
T rainin g tena ts i barracks jooveioutn. t- tio of the Laventille msafront with a heavy blasting ou W ednes- from them. Instead the men went w amci k ewasm a.i.t.h
I r. ain a Quick action by the Central B 1i- where it is proposed to construct day night. strsl'ht to the authorities, told f te nitt naicrwa ftmad eIn .t fom
Idad Bar Council is gade fire-fighters prevented the fire the new airdrome, is progressilng. In the great operation deep int .-Itheirstoryin detail and handedothe warhls' g..ns ian shoftfire fro m
-opposed,,the 'SundaIf torom spreading to other r nearby -nmem y-held regions in the Pacifict. o ver the m one y an d et apu ent [ e i-M s re.....
understands, to thebuild ings, Reinforced by member A. the Jianese navy failed to ct fer iv given them bv the Japa-nese, Oth-er Coa ..s l.a eata- II K rL- llt &V On
contained in the Cal- Iof te volunteer Fitre Br~zade, they W afllla e ', l A i It Slih ghtest resistance. It had the .el i' authrites ound their inlo. figter with ...... .. and Swr... ',I N e tba I P r e ,sIe n ta tll lln
.....memorandm wit cit.h C -bcd on the toofs o. the bdJot-I rU C e r~nce presumably tomeet, o his fo m to o be or a tIC, fis.h of the. o al N v an. .,, ,,.t i a.. . ... ..
........fro...m fourln andes Fisate whe re ooo e.. u oo thirst sizable Allied a-! ...rench ...........nd..
'1the establishment of nguidnsadatkethfie1j ,asww.- to nanrae easttrn ~'e u. 0 WELLS SERIOUSL ILL hippin,, off the buch, Iirnhad
,.,.,...,.lomo, ,,o,. o.Pledge Tothi e rseds ,o, d , .arfir tw.,. ships whic may.... hav M atchx L
!Lt colnie foru., train "'netted to both the- city wa,.ter v Jhrmapa n dese waters since '1, LODO, ay ... tA.--- 'ega coasts. The- Sworfis ...-ac.t na wr
P a ei-i.t ngw t qu lify eai an d th em r, sr' w ie Jerater W'IN T N Ma th Battle r ,jo ne'j '. 0 We Brltish author, 17', been 15 or R-boats. Three Beau-
I We on the matter by a, tence Commiasioner, left for Chin a peoa mi- 'plne destoyed 19 enemy aicraft --________t_____ndno_______.em~l.. VtOI 1
tOa't;ardian" -reporter ... es=-J Im~petus was given tnc flames sion. for iar. Roosevet, carryinglo the groun at Surabaya. Of the .." #
tens .refw!sed to corn- by druips o oil, turpentine and with' him a m esage pled 'S tw enemy 'planes hat accepted tn'. (3 e 5 .t -0 --1e(12e] A. I i I[[ I J
iiei m.i vifn exprs-, varnish which could be liurard for1 _P ble Ih4proUpt aid," Oer the Allied challenge two were sno'1: Pr I l, I-Incipn.l Outlines~ft I l t dANAGE vr.. THE; RES[T !
itili n., btM. Gason s ome distanceeas they,.ex.loded,.A *ln C down,, .-.h............. .'y '' ''" v u. ot ~ n nl[ i z la |
.. th prsideto tairly strong wind. blow.--. from,, Mr. W~allace wll als visit Si.-i While prtecting fightescrcled
CouncCl.; disloed tat, the west also made efforts to savel berm.llal de ~tare .was an-l overhead.l British aUnd Uflted States'H e ( al '', itA D .,' I
t_.orward.ad to the were *..naolph 'Jiitcns and_"'Tal gather infooiation fee' a Ar.a~nd. Only one ship was seen to blown rip _- ... .!]A H
Fycret,ay", Tic, however, BoL." employees of 3,1 Henrylreport on a. war are o te "tat.u-[ but it is reiorted that the others MI'. T. N. Rutohinson new -rincipaln c. Qeen' .. oyal..College,
State .th nvture of deci. Street, 'who gave the claim, most impo.rtane to Ots f'sturel were piobaby s stak. dh ...... ...d ...a.gtherin of "old. bos o- Frda tat he do es not
lit.I in b~eleyed that the When the fire-fightersarrived, the Peace and prosperity,' q~~adm~wifee -- m lmrte~kbY"nrd.tahld t|AII # i~P V IJ
i~s oncosedj to the sumres- roof of the hardware stor had l .. Itronhe teetrmaou wasr lan 'ic tend to noentrate o- mathematics to. boy.s, of- t... e up--per I~ iAIl L
,, lin fviwi thatlready collapsed an the roof of l ere finery and ,,tln engineerin wort' tX sithofrma
I:" n IU telle-Acorig anlpOt. /Jl,,g &lI i uylg f0rd 5't O pid ith 1 three, 'pae i-' h -I pay wtom ON &alll -il_ IV fd
led ..be trained the first notice he had of the fire M~o-GeOra JoehI oth g atskn AlldI-an rR.tio strct, e .,A ,,. A- I. LH .I
'-v v,'.s the er~kwill bewrelieve u... ..d were Americans, Brt ish, A s- ,t ... ,. N..
l ,tho ugh furom a .eav'y service gun. .11 Coraman as tre Isatantaly Arir whih tru-c a quick f01 said' b '.. ae of uee~ns Roa C. ml- ~
When he ran out to see what was Mayv 2?. and wall be leaVinlg n low-u .in qm~binod operations and Th, useeof ashoIsto Is Aotttnd saepleg
3cs'y, who also ran out with him,! Grud Force Ar~my War, _FW_4 t Adia Nmt. Command ,life.tkn ssuoertlc s ne plnlplo : ADridADay.-36-
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lle= % Yft V ertsis 14, tr e~w and ff s s -- th'af ra.Ow CecOunt Pad&9a whichmentionatho us.actve cenizovasy soeIitalated, le BOW Dtia
IC j iL ea er-o f Wri e t, *waM Yltog- Ic ustln ws O al nMM orthwestat ku'n anti n w -W'r Untamef tmC Dor= @ Ist ^alla- of
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diikw, o 4ftj "i`uA Ce, all t ~ L ad= tls. w vom y ft ma d I r~be a t~,5h
km5d -at ft"- q a e Uia ofutri so Ul a a me011
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OfIB 1 5 W, ROW"* Oweg, be sel Wt5m3I"~q
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DAN O UAltAW, MAY T11. N4.

.a-GIU 4da T UsADO TOER 211a
I&Lttat' -5^^^'* am cafV^ eddimgBb,^
"goo" 0 -IwI&F a M'fkwel0.1..4
To Ring For

25 C n~nPR ernando &Princep Town.
tale persadW WEDDING GREY





sevorn to infu"n-e t .' *,. i'; ;.<.,..- .. . i. .4 t ui .n. ** A"* m l
5". I, IlTneT Tri dpartiles atrhe: Worsted Sqltr Cs: Black Vicuna:
AUG_ 1 t ^ ,m .- v Se mas: Whbite
M . GINA. DOUGLAS. Spister. seamstres. ,at ZT Yi*DriUl TXm.boC 5tut-
Ofi. R. 5 7 Qarry stret.. cainas: Acecraft Shirts in white and
gruns otc ATRCK DRRL ALXX 6-14N. strivtged with fuseii collar:under
Svlur w038 tf aaC D aefdl a ietrt a. shorts.en ssod are







^ thf^cdn(rad o "'C"- *cr ok ue^ lt "",IO VjU ll( WlUAXM LWOOlrtlC CHOWl'. HOW, i cicuarRd Vm l, Ut
ter.o and allowed b t itOULL ,? =",- AU. ,1 . _lN i
4)pea! of 1bb144W b acelo r.fA -. vesa.e ;M i
aragainst the des Res ad. A u=, ATD plotr H.SINGH,
for efusng t,60=M IN Pl X KWOTTI bodes- .iTRaINWAD, Pr.. A&4R "rAnopts







t tr for 'r,,,,l't"to Patr-.., ,Ececvh wJ< ^ ^ ^ ^"^ ,;. ,= "^ oorm'r.r^t -'*
1 of lettuce too Hete, grat oatmois ,. a...
Iran. B, freseenger of the Me~tas- RA CAIke-ONS brt". ADV. TTT
tm! Court. i fI i
140N CO11DEMNED star. III
bceo. wOSWAL e ll T'Xtlmt. CUM Z j4 f"
De1Aarbsfg as most repretwasilde a. *. I~tn
ie acUrlt of the magistrate in 4 e o t OiS D i@wo ai t.AOLr Ton
DAN, sp4i n rster. oeorsatSAnt
Beach by lorwardlng testnionri WILUIAM PATRICK RAN, bs e.or, ia aIN
in his own favour and a letter Takning advantage of the oppotunty afforded byh a ont.sngd' eat Air Training S.beme then West tailor- 3* Lo a usr. ad" MIRIAM.. RGAIN
conjUaing ex part statement., the lia lad., all o f.1 nwh p o fV there, e T are Tr Uldada are new In training t tor For uc d .tmeR os0.3l AL, 4 tswt. e S asstra., of
Court, wich comprise Hulon- I iberb s I th DS1. FroSt oR o(left to IIlau M .difefd, Ettite it. L rI Kn o pAglerSr St. L dl wN Th th 4 r
-Jsiice, Mr. Justice K. Vinctntl Ldn. Cillymtrore, Clapporton. Heath, Lrad, Newbold, Damnyon. and De Freith. sed RUST SLAINS GSLKs,. olpiurm New Biand ungalow..





orte winprl ha comre inaltrn- Mithrr h ell. a ihf Mnnf St cv- dring (oprt to rall w ellnown, Gillettee saIit:li, neo tlhttie0 di- wiurRE PRlUNIK JKnaLoB.: .'"tw
Bown and MW r.- B. the J.., Sept ay cd neam .trs s. of"mir .4 c VaKI l "Empty." Cascade. near
Drownl sod Mr. Justice J. L,, M. ___n_______________O_____ Road. oblent:. Modern Con-. o,,.o o,........ ........M a a sR ad-. -- "........ "
Peedeclaredthathis;i i I Cou rts d ri n thehearing other m- om' hod -ood Mode rn Con- CLTON S
throughout fell far sho what case on February 25, and th at IaCantata o0 0 stne. .te rUaMARoRI oG. ANo i.vtio.. .Co.te. 0.. .A-
wal expected of ne In hs Mr Hamei-nth was not in Courtc Gala C ga B u p hosr it. A e e tsil ve otn oe 40,.Al
of nefi M p*11?4 Hmp lsiceat 6 o of w l stret. fredo Street. Just been
ionhI.t-, le did not come to Chaguanas For R.V.I. Concert VICTOR MOIA ,e e. eaeur.of e StreetJ.
e Court directed that ani ar- that daey 35 Nestreet. 'ad MILDA s uinted ad renovated.00
alt i l law er's' ..I I thi s t were (u, Mr ~ ii Thef p C for .'i vva l ~aarge !~ e. e n ony ath er, aea trea. 8 cioe| etrest u .............. ...67
davit by one JaIah, a lawyers "i"f this were true, Mr. Hamel- h programme for the con-W cte oat esuaa, o( 39Q Sa *...oddle Road-mNew--7
S mo w o u ldl b e g ul- t y; d o f g r o s s p er-u Sf ;% b a c h e lorsa d a r e a ,W oe a = **d, a tft *S Pd lt 1 5 I
Clerk well as the iMagstrate'.slm; t uld bt ye guily of gros perr- e y the maslc sections of F3 o oStreet, and PlL
Clur d t. tnro o k I t b imp .u ndedArr, Hbnlui fort ia .0 for his teo dISUTR LAND, oiaetar, t P. h Poan DeU Luxe.............$1800
b-,e.th imone .... 'rh too .oyal VictAoria Institute, Strt. D Prettiest home on Long
Court reote-bookte.T yaoenStait
and the proceedings forwarded toi name the Court record bom k he JUA!N LAW.NC. COW iow. Circular Rd. Very latest
the Comm'sbioner of Police fori which at the tii..er' the affidavit wi.ch tkea place under the baelor, bo k-kerof. IS Petr direct. des. ol14.000
Suc h e ficti n A 6s p flip A ttf~r r .- tluis sw orn w as l i tile acu todyI. of an d M A RJOP ll % B o UwLS i. A NG de sign. F e eh old ..... $1 0
such action as the AtthrncY-(irn- s ti worn was i the custody of psatr'nage of ItExcellency the "Food Control will ",.it and "ee spinater. typist, of 3sumo Strai, 1 Htunter Street ..... $13.500
er.'h, maY n. nr" .. .hits Court onclusiri* 'dlsrorvrs ow t n o Maracas t and O V B Nb r C&R- ; "et14 re .... . 2.00







F~IO'Sic with is upr~i <. ~~ir.I nw !~iI ol e ueel p n^,plc in m -e to- a***""' cloud burst 'je~ fore EI> RE H' KKING bder. kin ifer niM.a 14i W o~, parren tre-
o( R thev t'tx Juof d- wahrr's impudent s.llegtion. for Act.in a Goernor i s an attractive lhow the new ald to cmaracas stands UVtUfK IrNuatcrdc. 5afCr- Be a ty". W ... tret.-. 1500
men! of the Court ,. -'sh t tat ilmmediately after one. et any, pilos od e burs L efto r cyi n, gMN RUB steri.dost" BuildingoLotBarataria ..300
I. .. l ,, . Mr. F.a r l'd's application for an d-e i srat u ryl anroes nf r development of t tant. rt e aBelmontsCircularRoad.
"heplc l by i this came R was Ito t>ret ll a l iIc;,es k c11 c aneorfull oo,'s.nr on North Coast IVAN o Nr f ORD, bachelor. eletricin. Extra Large Home-t .Rut
cri .... rv ....f .. Ranike....-.n.. ooonmnt an plicftlone choruzg and orchard, byt. r es M H Ne a e hdeo Street and ELDORA AL-I Street.............
sIn4 -lle t t, loul for rtie- imnideb by Mr Hrel-Smith in-a clrl pehefamousr Scandinavian CnlrtLc'hs'd;I W. W. aController.Hsrl Me t H.ofNe S.i nste)dr oow ( p r of th. 5 . Sarta.Hill...... .Rental
'u lo <11 3" il lic "' iritBit- , ',n, i .'mu of matter.roi' r.poser and the lovely, Gim- tion told the "Sinday Guardian." FRANCIS CONRAD CaHARLES, bach a-Sg Real Bargain .... $1200
oin Baii 'I 3 lit "':eiv. Of )itti "to : ir ni'ire/ttb" 't nh";cerof 7 Pembroke. ates~t. satd 15 & 16t tanls~laus
propte'r a o h ,mto ,eftra rt Ihe t., Is reth rettitle' hat in thlum ; o on Fywr')honi by Mozart. Asked what pl.ons his Department |or 'Or, c o a litD Strt
onutA VFIAi t he 1 (d nu hehre Fto re Bto h ueth tre iRUDY MLDA SANDERSON, spisler'. 1Plasce-Fre .eld i.., 8 $7.50
..istithe'fr Coil. th c n t hoil d i he tib of guest artists who ehd 'cred out for using Mar.acas teacher, o 24 Jerry Street. .
SPrice of Grlood. lp'gulations b afdavilts n which a magistrate kindly assisting are Mr. J. Or- fy and thle oad there for develop- JOHN CHARLIs MUIR., Lacteot 9. Davi Street-Freehold
s sppra r int ;llon t rs of the la profes- nond Riddel, flautist; Mr. Fred large extension of provision shippl g clerk, 01 1 Belmont circulacr -Possession ........... 2.S99e








itrrlr LoinI cni S^ fill^ Pits ind Inmbr ofa thelegl rof
d .cntcitc" Te main ground cf in dimetrtllh 'contridlet one Roer pianist; Midss Amy Cib- growing on north coast areas SeMr. atd d ILN MURel. EMeR. 2 IslaN Houses-
the appeal is that the mautl'tratte 41thrr hittl .as the roiufl of evi- tons soprano; all well known Neal l'naey said: ".s one of the dis- WIL.RED ESENMIER-;g b LD Mo andC.
was an intrerio.ed artv :otd hl p,-it' h" 1s on lA material ollit this il. Tr idad. and exceptionally placed ,and owners from the BEd ls bachelor, SA e-smaker. of 45 Norfolk Prederick Street Pro-
salthough rhr etlon ,lakt h s htit i t- k tr) wti'i which tilne mutict. ans and Sergeant i:Ltrict I hu floo ..ed forward with t, rtest,t addVIOL ET EDWARDS.rnet er'l )erlv oertv ................t$21,000
judoeAl tig, ho p uiceeded to hear ,i r ( of thle IIcid etrt is be me- Ciind who will be heard iere kien anticipation to A new sea T OMAS COX. bachelor.nstevedoreo 0 Roberts Street..... 5
the ease,. I it for l.e Irst tim hotre at the hhay ad many happy Clitn Hill, spinster, domesttic duies. of. reehold Bungslow-2vans
IN.days fsrlisng after giving up this 12 Cliftola hMIll. and Boshe ets. Possession
FIUN'" ENTAL, P1INI(Pl'X. ( ;EROU'NIDS ORP lIETITION post Beff,'e doing so I hat planned IN S. "AgutNANDO m tne.....u 8te12.000
I tyt t tof ise the bay as, a receiving depot IN SNOM De Verteull Street.
l st &a iauli(eIrltaler thtiI ple "I- .htig ti rati wir h Mr is e- r rd fcOr a large f. e ensiion on tihe C RITOPRPR aENrON, o possession ............815,000
ot B;itsh juiice hatit priest rn !rtnt. ii iil.'n t t il lo Iuis r tP icy North Coast which is our best pro- mechanic. of Lower Hlellsde street and -Sdille Rea, New
cannot be jid ,e in ho. il to I# i 'niMr 1.1. (,it what giouidhi,'1 arrtar1 nado Modern Home, "Empty"
I,,,o eoh eLEWls. treet,Pan Fernando...ar, or 5uttOI $12.501
-rt LotIou stnen nn tto, piUtl 0til ti i pit i Ito tile O ] Lii oe r Il I tU on h e called (a T c."til gar:
1 th is. In t it ti a t (i ws afuLatinrt t he t o vtry "lioi e s ex rim inl! g section n s on ha.e R O O P N A R IN E RIPH A Tr b che tiw, L..-
guard ,agrtinr I Rstrate c tie entral uttings of theroad, I ae dener. of Vistabelta, andMARINS La Concordia Estate.
well establish", rule l, tl "i "'lihtin" l'ian' hanti Mi,"FtId dRe 1eewards idelpeldd all platnif until I see flow C HIT'. spinster. of Viatabell 'Sanare Grande 172
is to be hdone hich iss uchn Os 11has 1' ,. o ly l) i L ( I)r S iilik it. lkWl'Forh: :ri-ha-. ch,st and rotten ock ILAZACAtAl rwharhor, salesman.tlrnf 9', acres.aPav 12.000 and take
creates even a bu.,picil tat. that M:. F, wtild alt In this r edof rot cuttings illLandoe r m e d
huiaoll m'it 1 1o ld c anc or dec,"ni nlrs ro 'on r ld= 'utle n o gr wir, a p ar eBrown Lane. ln Fernando a s n Main Road
there hast been alt inopr ir ltri s- .s.l.l. i *il er' Il woid .eur- o p o corit h trs. as thos e Sutitt C Dodbrrsathendia. ndt retL 4.N. .......i o..a
f vterence V.ith tihe ourse (If jISIc..lev khot ; t at i it wo tild be useless. i a e to- ltih d thl e ol d d S ans .. A. ..u$2.200r
m ", i, p icu.. lv p o. Min hwth gilPOPPt o7.WEI., spin r na inet w i.of l
IR V'. Suat Jutie f. 1 41 9 fir iln AOIi t j ti tln i h e lovernor I' a II'ul ot pio.ipcCuit In ollo .irt. aoid Castara Road is trt wtret a n 'rn ,'dl'










gho pf U~t p rtofIhe oiglal n tlyl dlf..n p tnt frist re.; wil n e lo. and e 1j,11 h v it anfit o aisre.Sn Fernmww i tolw ^ ^ n
o129). a} aor a i i ai i' ofn, i st r n u t i.u ltr hte tithoi tt a l- .* Ull l id usage is ,Iiuu i- li t p li- 'I l T o : 'iii.ch rona ds were t l-i R. MA RRlAM II5 OiN SilN I- btach ;et h en t1










^ h~~~~~~~~~l,~'11 "up r r II behinc of .41at John's> Vihot. lhd n-aOu he d d nq..- i..^ uo.lric eg H ii n' n 1 4 i
"Ipt the w ata,a, KltIall s tri d g Ih tig4n i'; S 1 ii lll u .tp[)or t I lnelui ii lot*t LI O l" wLe i d laiullus IIII[ ilf v ei oill.iated over night &si me hnr of i hne Vii e t 'O O"











O3tl~ril n MrLdw ssb s c n d aln wl im et w s A p Uiii KI t fe r.tc lr .; utid Mt Qieart. a tV I
been sent by Ihe ne.iltttd.i to ''t_ u s h iRtuil t'oihi refilse to l Conservator cl r iHN RAMI)HiN. spinster, emire1s, Emtv Cottae Possio:
A'i iet h id ft eue t l i o srao I kU o,,,cl' odIr mtqe, 9swrt.. O' nn r tet$1, 0
purchase the e th t re hoi ium as dS:I p n ow Ihlt tP,, n if olsif iexa nat"gis- iiil andd ob go, it LI eP hor 'T a, st'a eled hundreds of A )rHU SMEAI, ba or. a i or gc n or Street ..... 13000
I alleged ba the Rpiellti ant) t ilate ,oIked himn or it, particularly prelinntl n v ISits Lo le irt,) i.les iltile U, .A. in famous of I Ierirand street. S an Fernandi,. ind' I An Street Possesion
woid of con trse be aOnii i'.itil to ,s "ii. r t i" e li'it rod if tl' ceed -n s e Cis i al ,II ,ch test l inves- mountain. ltighw ,s as that t ;est i Ita E ia. pn ler. 2f \ e t ..' .500
proper for him tn hear thi(- a s, hotas r tpt h bt. s hI'qrt In:lv pi t it i gat noris ser otaried ou ut M r. rIoth a 'td .''r ta' ita vi abn via River-n I traFOR-t V R EN ,IAMIN, bachelor, ele 2 Ara ktre o E mi v $14.001
but even if he hae d not beei so ,to as rail l if rvioss-e r.inita C, (aer, tl e A.sniatait Con- side Drive and admired how great' Irlen. of Clia t Bnav. and IP.'Nl, OAIfr;'do Street-Best Offe
et, the ffart that ich an objen'- toh r the latter wi' s plulrc halrig tihe set Vaati' e i :ineiang difficulties hAd been, '&HOMAS. pnser. of Catln Ba. sine 5 Premise nc 1 Home
5Pl,.,j.i ot Po0. ssion 'dl Prince Str."et.
tion was raised, should, to view of lettuce for the i'ngistrate We 'Life lep.,tS, whichhave been overcome. Rock forsriotin e most -, -I.........
the relationship exitilltn between ace-pt Mr. field's evidence corro- priparta here. on have oeen submit- ecses w'reItgneous orfirm anda Conaic hn'sre Sastvoon-
bepn MagisateIr ind the virtual i Ated- as it Is.by Mr. Hamnel-tcto the Governor if the Lue- pable of standidg up to heavy rains I 10ther rvan Frhl











S^ ^ ^bora Conf^ idenc Tricklon log proshct Prcwtle IvorB MaSale.. -
tmpl ainant ehd de. rted hne Smith, n )l thd iieL. Ward Sialid aIo the Coniiap'rolCer while ,oe Mica-Scist and ratten SET ST *TayF 2o CE
rtom adjudicating, for rot, n "Wel" tome, ,Mr Field's o Devepntit ano We.e t rock f, i a.iations as tw he Prca s TW Sn 1JoiT AT
jute be done, but itgrontir s for regarding tile magis- er cotceraton. Road noted o. their slipping I ro ert, -vith
apea h t od be done. tt'51C as .41hIaia an introduction to "tle re- p penaltIes "- C ONTA 'Ai."
d ier d npne tr siiarte H ,c intrested rto the Th ceicbpotaSitr" ckdae, ,t and grade of nSundy Guardian .rrespondenf NAT MA
At the ftrat hearing of this ap- states lithat on the afternoon o Complroler. points out 't.theti ro d T e tiaI oae co 'ud desire SAN FERNANDO, May 19 No Sale--N Co ,niloet.
s fo n lAprl 0, m couns l d for the the incident the witness. Barren, ptivestAgatons anid ca iri'pava.iof and I hope bylDecemnber I1will have Placide | enandez and Evuans
appellant, wlA given leave tao ,i old hi that he had been sent to of the reports were Madoe i ote. tItn' f Lbeingclasseda. a ^og"t e w SanFernad I on m
war t e a vrt by Mr 1 nA i,,d, !he w arket.hvp. he n.,,rte to un, er the Cofoial oss i ae .,.neh ith pure'oflticeang po nlass noeed |
the solicitor who appeared f'r hir o .''has,, lettuce slid htat when e and Weitare Schemr whIctkl)e,.ilst vho,,ie predictions nd wi e RLotewos maSan Ferhndo as
aen slcli'tor owh o trlpeaei>ldl t e to*irvici'hr t e i ii.' to tqined fopr the polo ncia onsoff11111 t-were each s sentenced by Mr. J. L.












llt-rt~n ome 0 be n~dr lirtc iinni Id'lnto wh eli' cancia lv Welfnare Slood wi ch an Prf- M.a Pereztt Iner the Asiz Court herem| l
at the trial. That ltlda it con- in.ieolitlv rel lreri the fsu '- ht t le n u iecultit's . did not cor me true. M. Perez In the Assize Court here '_.._ _
MItMlte f i t Cr-rideiisWithLiiecCirienCeo ieto three vears' imprisonment
Milned a statement| that ile d tir(-- timcmutr e (If Iis errand.dthe (oe m no rnod ad whenn they were founri guilty of
fet*ding soalicii ri utlill dl tird ii nit'. n tri tn e ao, fr or technical oresirv assuat-Fairehe -- nvt-yweef-onev-bguilttyho
Fiim t, the larceny of money by what the












ttiat ~~I1 Whl I',., r. no pprn l'tlk 1) ;It ,7s prltcllv i'i, ^ WW W^ W U^ 1.*
adjoulrnment on thle .itnd toIl ut-,t Itie ni,, t i to t oe Pollh' alnie to be Availab:e to tile (.N1- Brigadede lled a "ondee tr."
,he toIorno b rs being petitioned erninilLi of theae ALeeind odcalrya-o nfine wick,."
to applilt aoIIrclal lhisill'sit l EIrto t I.I.ED LiA' TIO Windard Islands fr a oeiiodu ol IIr of the robber w Col
t? the ar eS Mi. ak'rin the biars. o k A i versary Mark, na butcher of Fyacsd. whomenAJ
tilm a Interested, i "At tile |i til Baiil W ai t.ie 1n0 IA,Iei' s 1n4 d..,bt, '" lhe de- a t r t e t n h c u e e
"As the copy of the tuoes of evell- ki' liIlls eidl cI lltfOf cites, "hlat greater lt'I Sunday (iua:dian (orrepondent with beer found dernandez trk-












lit'^^^^ |II acl-^ hi lvljne il c lth e ^ L~ U I
deee isuppliedtlothe Courttlted IiIbeten'rit 1 the I eaurs- tiXst be giVeN iv n tILr eeward Is- BRI 'Il'OWN, Barbados, May Ing his money out of his p orket
That Mr jlirld glhe tii crourndfrd f nr litIad lhat d'eii itlSi tt rioss- lanes to forestry matters i seic- 20. The e vounleer Fire Brigade and as he held him Registe took
bla applir ation gtte cunagistraew wri r1ouition lie admitted how- eeding generations are to have celebrated ts second anniverharXlthe money and dashed outside.
itrct pdLttlti thrl arprte attoerIor th Mr Fiield hvitd e Sokue n to the chance of decent soaedarns of on Ftriday af ternoon with a parade The incident took nlace at a
to forward tofill iigitl, niotes of ri l1 that t[ t ,lli tihe Cti.'. Life. Much that is recommended of more than 300 min. Fvzabad dance hall one Sunday
-vidence. tI po asked thie wtiltn,se wle- requires good twill rather tian ils ExcelleicvR. RC. I St Sliey. in .Jannarv this year.
0 Iiie n the definidal t ais then pre- motI"'y ant I am satisfied t hat the Acting Hovernor. delivered an Mr. A C. Rienzi prosecuted for
as O'rE ALT|IRat *rslirt dtid he witnis r replied she those Ii St. Kitta arid Antigua address anld presented ihe brigade the Crown. Mr. V. C. Ramsaran
r, Ww tshi Aot woldini Iio tine record patntu rivwhoi In the past, have with ladders, the gilt of a city firm anoesred for Hernande while-
"An exatnitalion of tite latter the .wituets. was next 410ast'ond j oi given of their ;rime and th .ight nti recognltlon o(f their efforts tn Retiste was undefended.
ahnteritl ti a part of tie or'gina a *ll nily d iffo.n poitit, to the ,creation sti protection of savinlg their p nemises front destruie- ----_-- __-- __-- _
,'~hoeul c oriinal entlreI irtpit forest areas will give CIOse not Lion by first
: oteA hiad breet altered atid tliht "Mr Field in his ettilda vit ex- aI o t ion to tie Ilo- The brlade \%as costilited
hat purported to be I verbatim I 'tu15lthat the iea.u n lie did tnot'cal Ciiioniidertby
te p ort of % hat w as sll id by the qutest ion M Hnar l ta.i l 1,, 1,, c 5, )111 t o l bfl w s tili t t, Ld. rvei' i-C R eg ill itir -is il 1942I
aga lstrte slid Mr Pit I'd tws stib- h (sconlviIaatiom with timaeIf ws All) PROMISEDI) 'tohreAdelit pracrtce aliermi, said:
ItUted, Thisrs addition was 'ibvi- hlii the iti,,lst rate reflised to Il- ''Ili thtraitriom slirmth, ard: ard n P r
.d a, a different timn' and itself o ti le glotillld tltht the appellant proiectioll a lid ptop'r maillaiigc- ffrcient marhIne" and later said: at
wI-~ a y *r i t t e n w i t h a ti tff t 'r cin t p e n l o w (t ha t l i n e o f crr i s m- e x a m n i n s t i o i i F u n c i a i nd w ~ i i d i a m i d s i e olu n e 0 f I o 'c i r .'io t i 3 0 1 1 h a v e a h i g h l y t
(stained several interltn'ettota. was not present, and ob.-erld that Ilenrt and I am pitepared to recom- file brigade is a fine xoimpie to
"The Court sot'-taket Ii. 1F to brit g lii tie ,fi '.''isi rat's tittel mend financial i ssstalnce under"The p
so stated is ai ativit taIas nir, liiilot mrRm- the Colonial Developmnt ald the people of the Island."
eqhen the appeal atvhs lodged. ad "eel, | admits Ivinti :,irdie the Welfare Act, 1440, to give effect to St. ary' olege
'*the reason t iltmagistrate tivet for !aI,; m'ntioned reitu'k b lllie does any1 soild forest icy which may man's Scream
lis tefttslig the appliratltnn hsd 'mt d-l w th Mr. Fl'td's other a hi' decided upon a s the result otScream
Mot been state In itth' not, tIll or- ,e Ittln.t tile recomliv nations made in theseSon
er tl J|',t a full plet~ire ol .whtat "N fiw the piesetrm e or absence of reports."
&Forestrv conditiotis nd prospects 27thin iMan
anPlred shtauli appear'' "'he al- (lie spell tnt ''' itlntl e''. rrtin in each, cif theo iliands ha.ve been ASsoaf' sramcasdayrt
l'e4 ihe record. But since (hi' con~esaCsstio with Mr Field was dealt with in detaili n lihi reports Sat 'May 27tea cthadSeg
runds of arppeal nirr ely atatedlI ru'ttr',i Irtrelvant and as we ac- which also tottch on1 the economic- To tult of ihe Marine Police to utslh
|not guilt,\' of the nffrt'ii' rei Mr" Fie'ld's I rl',itut of what life of the colonies concerned, itto i. uae' yard at Itenry S'reet
barged' there wit, inthint in htapue'i-d, toe are forced to the The Conservator suggests, as a the city on Friadv afternoon andI Il utd of Fr'om pr*e
hem to lndt'"ie lhst (lie saiges- "Oi,'ttlti~il I1'.-t thle ii'i-.'sirite tie- gelieral forest policy for the r'e- find Benny Persau~d, 30 of Artnma[8 lprl
tur'nmctt would hate any hi~ar- ,ot!.i' ,"i to'huiiow thirdti~e was in 'pertianeint re.~rvatloni as forests fr 'ti a Sash across the neck, usl College ArScout Topdivinr
l whatever on thle case Scud 55i' Cnrth tti, 'C,,i J'f snir'h areas of land as are ns- fi'e policeman promrstlv rendered]
(r h,.r.fore titiril'l t, aci '-' 111,. :'tsen. .k tint :1 was nitis- atiltabi.. for a'-:,.t|tuttre arid as are first aid to check the hlee-ding, and[ Heodquorters Fund. aDies
ex.-laiiatioii. Ilow th 'ii iiui th ,i'hh il'tis to ii r|t|oditn' ei tlio a s- required for the tireveit iotn of eno- th.'n huirried Persaud to the e'bob- ,Drvt
ult.'rat1'if come to be ilade' I irate's Ilanie hlstn cs .srs ,'lear'ly '.100 andi flooedng and the pre- stial Hosplts~l where he baa been |
,.CORRO3OR.ATION PRtt)tI'1It irodicates that lhe realia~d that the sre,'ation of slter supplies; manu- de'alned for tre.Lament. [ .---- --_. t~s~
defr'iice were alleging hi "t he wa.s aging of reserved forests in sueh mne ht hltfllln hi .ept
"As to this it will sulthleei 511 .an | tit~errsted partti and thtat thecy p101rothatv whncilnst hu!t theIntr-
lhtwie tlii' I tiM itt a|pt"'eiit \ tireti eek o to itprrie o r' h.int wasets of agriculture, they mtav at batd, al
Peahonl ilyte5, .t'te t|. |ee~Pv s 'Snrorr thi e same time, provide the maxi-
stho utld ha s'" g lt i titr otl ii his rit' Lii o pre ct 'ii tthe solli-itor fo r tile de- mntln amotiunt of forest prodtuee oti
slier tihe notes uitlt',s. inst i| ted '|t'r erirS-i'Ntilnlttcn ',.rrrit fit rthe basis of a sustained yield. and uIi 'r l O L
to do so., the elt era~iunl nlidC Phr0-, tier on thits cery Olatl ',el poilt.t to effect such improvement -of the @
vided corroboration for ith maeg'a-' grwnstkincran eetd d-
trate's version ,us a ainst that of |MPROFKRL.Y FX('LUI)EI) groein stc win certain shelPected,
Mr. Field, and had tfins Coturt not a-a swilealetePesdny
Inspected the original andi seean "To'i 5111 tip. We are satisfied indefufcoet inorse.sto become asnerygheR
that, it hlad been tultltnered with, that Mr. I".eld had reasonable sef-ufficien inufreseprtire a
Rt!ght well have intfluenced tt., din- Itrcoinds for ob~tecting to the .eOb pff RSM fTIONube tr
elJsiOn. mnagistrate adjutdkesting, that be EXPERIMENTS T8 A IUlVU. ,iutdew-ruar built ted-,
"'The maglsthte in his arfidavit I informed the magstrate of his
;tstea that he enquired of Mr'. grotuids, that the magistrate ios- He also urges effectingt ,ie /icl- UMW tAiB
Field on what ground counsel in- properly reltrcted thi~iti aind shut 55t possible utillation of tnec pro-
ts/de'el petitioning (lie Governor out niaterlatl evidence for the de- ducts oft he forests suitect. to the 1. 7" ... ,- i"i. itta d~
tey Inot suppotrate of this lie f nce Weig age wrIt'lare r5iemns0ffretmulie-atsateaisfactory ,( ae ta r.Pai 'td o oiitrGeea that the pr cd-men tt__ isnd i9. 0n1~rae othe in- a. sow.'iog dr O/a h0


teply. In support of this lie for- 1igs are so uinatolfactory that the economic utitlsation of both !m- --. No wa to &T. Can be A
ared affidavits by two legal conviction cannot s tind. e sp. Ported ad local lumber. ind the N nSt a 7 Ms havng
practitioners (Mesrs. Simbhoonath peal is allowed with costs. carrying out of such experimeninl used n"ht sh slalg-.
tpUe o and Gobin who corro- workk as may be retired to im- t l chek pe ric
oc pwur. W e would add that the in&&- element the forest policy Instantly checks lemsintiou
b rte his account of what ar trate's action in endeavourig to Edtucatlng ,and training of the Ito 3ldys. Removs odourffom0
ted. These were countered by an influence the Bench by forwardigSt 31bordinat. forest staff as w"'ll
,I ~aV byMr R.B. laml-puspizstiot, keepsza poda.
S ithwhchagrees^ with^ro Mr--c; o1^ C.^-o ,.ttert^Lw|U^
davit by Mr. R. B Hamel- r itesttnon .ils in hia own favour and as ail classes of the comintinnit-, "o
eld' version.c1 a letter ontitliting x iparte state- sri understanding of the benefits 4. A pire. white, rseqlssstain-
"The latter affidavit wa filed in ntate wai most reprehenssible in- .'id value of forest managed ona iAnsswhitg reaeless,
e deed we consider that his conduct sound basis: encouraging and as- v
Port-of-Spain on the morning of throughout falls far sho. of what stating In every wav poible the
ay and on the same afternoon is expected of one In his position owlnerst of private forest and plan- S. AMid has been swawrde the
1at. 2.umkeeon twho aas acted stations. and co-operation with all Aprwoval Sc.Al uf an initama-
hiroughout as though he were a finallyy w direct tl'.tt Jaws- other 'andt interests n achieving tivul i stiiuteo uf ia etinl 4ein8
*lrty to the appeal arrived from hire's affidavit anld thlle nutt-book optimnium 'ad allocation and usage fix bejia laulssw w tfabiic.
Ouva, and delivered to the Acting be impounded and that the papers and itn all projects ftr soil cotiser- 4 F' t.,
ollitor-Gencral an tmtidavit by be sent to the Coninilssioner of nation and prevention of erosion,
00 Jawahir The learned Solici- Police for such action s the At.- are also recommended. .,a I 720 end 1110e
W.-eneral brought this tn the tonitey-Oetteral tr.y advlis." ...... -e- e-A t ,sS BII
otice tof the Court ain May S and - SAF. ARRIVAL 'i s 0d0s Try a. 5
sf f tit WUa admitted by co.- TO BROADCAST Trinidad contingent for the e e ..S o_ -y-a _--l "
"M. ft .. dho en Ur Eie connor, srf "'r.0^ R.A.Vr "that t le ,h o"no April 2 .I1i i.L -T /W tl ie vi-l
B mlll Btaxd .- .mr. Hamel- war work in lenxlad. w l I tak oin.s accortitnc to a cabin wr-eived I fml~l^^ m nmll
Wil_' ealot, stated that he r.- in the BB.C Bmpni Day pro- yesterday at the office tf h I-
f t K dy i.0 *Atl u etiftg ml Hatet4d for pta. (Tr.tia sdu"ial Adviaer ro er., Joh 0.r mI
Es t tb .wht m


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't s aa-miasoe to a instheeIsdsgsi
bralutfillod say^.
Peoipape you feol sitid, assoaUbloe add --r". l
areas Bad join eff Mand oem. PFeasibly your tmlh.
bBbaeog Arhomatic Palms, uimsoy ad bladder dlligtu
disturblid eleop.
Take Doan'sBRacschoXMolnd Pills. This weU ll haNa
mimulatme s and lushes out the kidneys, o helping thim Oo
distress NI wish I had used Doan' PUl sriler," "ls
better nrmunedy for Bdmckache," 1 thank Dea#'s PiUt for myi
from Rheumatic Pains t ard Urinary Troubles," are typii4
sends of etatemnets made by m ad wmumaa of all a e
p f rom their goad edviceP
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PMuRefuj

atients 1

OtW local S antry Autni
r eajit Kunars r
natrceulool patients from
am eastern end of the Howm
unhnouay decided
e Acting olonial Secret
was ieconded
XJ > K. M1tbel
unar tabled a man-
p a- d received from iMS
r residents.
ia- K UaW -: "Councillor
-bfore you begin your ad-
Tw She motion standing in
S i think it would be well
fit~soned, not with any desire
Jpeu trom uroceedang with
Ihas taken place about
0rhaps, you do not know.
May 15, that is on Monday,
representations were made
qerp naljly by persons in St.
a id accordingly I considered
Latter sufficiently urgent to
I to the Director of Medical
MIe'. I will ask the Town Clerk
e a copy of my letter to
Sthe Director replied the fol-
overruling an o'ijection by
]Kmor K ar with respect t3
Of correspondence between
myor and the Director of
ba Services the Mayor stated
ijfore he had received a reply
'the D M.S. he had a copy
letter forwarded to the
Cu Officer of Health, because
Statement contalned'in the
agraph. asking him to deal
he matter. He went on to
that he had received from
ao his memorandum on
a little before the
asdi was therefore unable
v it circulated among
iRyor then stated that At
his intention to ask the
Serk to read the memon-
t'B LETTER

K Psrrelr read the Mayor's
is as fodlows:-
Dr. Maclennan,-Many
Sanld more particularly the
community of St. James,
tpresed grave alarm at
Which has been circu-
Government intends to
of the House of Refuge,
p art of it, for housing
B patients.
everyone agrees that all
iset should receive nro-
o and treatment, great
we entertained (and, I be-
onbly) that their close
r to the Catholic Church
losing Settlement will
the best interests of the
SurVG, therefore, that no
ilslon be taken until the
i further explored? The
If the old leper settlement,
UMmple. should provide a Brac.
p *tsrative, but, perhaps. you
I ust the M.O.H. to discuss
IJMr full, wih you. I shall
Sto confer with you at the
IgRnportunity convenient to
Tours faithfully,
N, 0. a. WOODINt'.
R| M EPAIED
tor's reply, dated May
izne.t read by Mr. Parrell
SMr. Wooding,-I am to
e the receipt of your
of the 15th tnbttnt on the
on the proposed tranfser
lie 4ases of tuberculosis to
OWDU of Refuge.
,tuberculois specialist has
Sthe unsuitability of
'Went wards for tuberculosis
the Colonial Hospital 'as
treatment of early cases
at cases are, concerned,
Or Of which, suitable ac-
ton exists. In has been
a matter of urgency
cases would receive
i immediately, and in
at this I haye recommended
nt that the present
wards should be re-
Saccording to the re-
of the tuberculosis
mand the nurelv t.empor-
nmodation woul-d be pro.
a the House of Refuge. in
formerly utilized for the
I of merchant survivors
the war emergency, and
ously to proceed with the
of ac.ommnodation on
sanatorium site for the
cases as an urgent
of the House of Re-
Soffers certain obvious
much In contrast to the
tStS as nublicised recent-
Sadvanfitages are, that all
services such as nursing,
It ,ht, water and housing
tydiable. whereas the pro-
yw~m,.,-,. -......

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IRNI'iulil

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Tables from $35


OP Woshstonds
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* "3-Burners" from
to $18

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at giveow,-y


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ge Choice For

Explained

witi after pauig by a majoriF
aoautien cppoigO the pwopoesi f
the Colonial MMapital to a buIld-
0 of Refue, Iat. Jame, on 'tur-
to forward a 0opy of It to the
ary.


vision of these elsewhere Involves
delay and duplication of ezxpeln"-
ture since the proposal, as I haw
said. is ourely temporary..
The objection regarding the
nearness to the House of RefU
to the housing scheme and to
church, in contrast with the poi-
tion as now exists, i appreciated
but not acceptable on purely medi-
cal grounds. There is the advan-
tage. however, that help would be
Immediately available for early
cases who are not at present at-
tracted bv the existing circum-
etances.
I have discussed the matter
with vour Medical Officer of
Health and he depreciates and I
think, shares mv views.
The decision is a matter for
Government, which ha, not given
its final decision In this. T regret
that you- proposal to utilise the
late Leper Settlement Is likely to
have nrore violent reactions than
the orepent proposal without anyv
cf the advantages which I have
Dolnle', dout above. At present the
onnositlon is local. Your alterna-
tive proposal will have, in my
oilnion, a much wider adverse re-
distance.
Yours sincerelv,
N. M. MACLENNAN
M.O.H. REPORT .
The memorandum of the Medl-
ct Officer of Health of May 18.
addressed to the secretary of the
Local Authority is as follows:-
The copy of the letter of His
Worship the Mayor of the 15th in-
stant to the Director of Medical
Services in which is contained the
request that I discuss fully with
the latter the propos-' to use
tempo.iarly two vacant wards at
the House of refuge for the hous-
ing of chronic advanced cases of
tuberculosis reached me after I
had already gone closely into the
whole matter with the Director
and the Deputy Director.
The proposal hu been dictated
by the urgent and Imperative need
to make itinmediate protislon for
the further examination, investi-
gation and treatment of those
early cmses of tuberculosis which
will inevitably be discovered dur-
ing the course of the V.D. S-heme
about to be launched, and is in
harmony with recommendations
made In an interim report by the
tuberculosis specialist to the effect
that the existing tuberculosis woi r'ds
at the Colonial Hospital, Port-of-
Spain, be remodelled and altered
for this specific purpose, pending
the erection of the necessary build-
ings on the sanatorium sit,.
The two vaomt wards at the
House of Refuge, temporary use of
which it is proposed to .make for
the accommodation of the chronic
cases now at the Colonial Hospital,
have been vamnt for a year or so
and were being used during the
previous two years for the housing
of merchant havy survivors.
They are siuated in the north-
eastern portion of the grounds, are
ninety feet distant from the
church and Presbytery on *the
east, 90 feet from the portion of
the St. James Housing Estate on
the northeast, 140 feet from the
said housing estate on the north,
and 90 feet from the easternmost
block of the main House of Refuge
building.
To the immediate north-50 feet
awsy-are two wards now used to
accommodate mental patients;
they are separated from these va-
cant wards and from each other
by a galvanized iron fence 12 feet
high.
In my view, the only source of
danger to the public health in the
hospitalisatlon of these chronic
advanced crses of tuberculosis in
these wards lies in the possibility
of the ambulant cases gaining ac-
cess to the church building either
by means of the main door on the
western side of the building or
through the open window which
give directly on to the House of
Refuge grounds and thereby be a
possible source of infection by
coughing or sneezing.
This view I have represented to
the Director and the Deputy Direc-
tor- the Deputy Director has vis-
ited the sitetwlth me and we are
all agreed that a fc.:ce separated
the adjoining portion of the church
building, presbetery, and its imme-
diate precincts from the wards is
(CONTINUED IN NEXT COLUMN)


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ASTHMA!
*Don't souffer lletlol nihts with
Athmal Hered r -- mest.: :
"Iply idothe tommanrofmla(
Athnma Stasie...6lwesahsta
-loMt WbIommob mow fi md
setnl...i.scpisplmapUsawbc in.
Thoooh you mw t chomel mo
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-omy from your do"r td4
I yawBastsa asHe0edA to
frhealth and OAbN&


M. Week Sponsori,,


Trbiad oredI Mwlc3 Week" for e f at Um wth
aw"* a of opseal ppro a m amrged by Mm UE Mo-
so, c Pial.u1of the Tanuw Ity GrlU' interedIatet Rhea" ,
wi *he asslatatoe fd the band of musMU loveS'. shown ab W..
With Mise Meolb- aw., from left to rkcbk Mr. Fred Reaka,
wet-knoew. pi st; Mr. WilsoU MinluJI, R Paftn--.
DIrector; Mr. CourwInay Hitchlas and Mr. Jaint Mo=AC.The
calelbratlans which = a edapianoforte prolgmnlte by Mr.
Fred Rock., special symphoula prognmammearanuged by Mr.
James Morrist and a top"cal talk by Miss Moelhine, ended
with a gnd broadcast on Saturday. May 1S by the Tranmqull-
ty Gs choruw. undcy the direction of Mis McShlne.


Montserrat Nurses
Pass R.S.I. Exams
Nurse Beryl 0. Shoy and
Nurse Catherine H. Skerritt of
Montserrat, who took post-
graduate courses at the Col-
onial Hospital, Port-of-Spain,
and sat examination last Nov-
ember, have been offilc',lly in-
uormed fhat they have been
awarded the R.S.I. Certifi-
cate.

Indians Form
Welfare Body
A we.fare assOCi&tion LIo do so-
cial a.,, eaucationai worx among
the ILM.aans of the Colony was
formed at a conference field at
the India Club, Port-ol-SpauA, on
Sunday, May 14. More tan 150
ue.egaies irom various par4s of the
islsiid attended.
The immediate task of this or-
ganisation, the conference decided,
is the preparation of a programme
to aid mi the removal of illiteracy
in the Coiony as a whole, and
particularly, among the Indian
community.
The "Sunday Guardian" under-
stands that a provisional commit-
tee of 12 with a chairman aria wo
joint secretaries have been ap-
pointed to formulate a constitu-
tion, and to work out the imme-
diate programme of the "Indian
Weitfare Association." Mr. M. J.
Kirpalani is chairman of the com-
mittee.
CONTINUEDD FROM PREVIOUS COL.]
desirable, and, I sum assured, will
be erected.
The portion of the housing este
to the north-east is already a-
rated off by a high galvanized Umn
fence and, as I have mentioned
above, a similar galvanised iron
fence 12 feet high exists on the
northern side. The north-western
portion of tie grounds of the
House of Refuge is separated from
the western portion of the hous-
ing estate by a wire fence.
In contrast with the position of
these wards in regard to surround-
ing building, I.ni topoint out that
the existing tuberculosis wards at
the Colonial Hospital are 12 feet
away from the infectious dlisas:s
iirds, 12 feet from the British
Military Hospital, and 50 feet
away from the maternity and
children's wards.
The length of time that these
wards wifl be used for the purpose
Indicated is governed by the speed
with which the first block of &na-
torium buildings intended for this
type of chronic case goes up, since
we are assured from the Director's
letter that priority In this year's
Public Works has been given to
the sanatorium, and Mr. Gray. the
architect, is due tick momently
with the necessary equipment and
materials.
It would Indeed be a great pity
and a step not likely to further the
advantage of any scheme about
to be Initiated, If suitable accom-
modation for the treatment of dis-
ease detected In Its early and cur-
able form, could not immediately
be afforded the unfortunate vic-
tims.
RODERICK MARCANO.
Medical Officer of Health.


YOUR

DEFENCE
AND SURE


No Relaxation

Of City Health

Measures
Dr, Roderick Marcano. the Medi-
cal OUtficer of Health, has never
stated that the city's Local Health
Authority had been compelled to
relax its activities in relation to
calling upon owners of houses in
the city to correct insanitary con-
ditions of their holdings, according
to a reply by Councillor H. 0. B.
Wooding, the Mayor, at Thursday
afernocn's Health Authority meet-
ing.
The Mayor replied to Councillor
Htnry's question on his subject as
follows: A
No statement In the terms or
the effeot mentioned In the coun-
cillor's question has at any tunime
been made by the Medical Officer
of Health. It is probable that hlie
misconception has arisen because,
in the case of buildings whose
owners wish to reconstruct them,
the Public Health Department has
refrained from supporting any
proceedings for the ejection of
tenants unless the buildings are in
such a state that they are likely
to be a menace to public health or
safety.
The Mayor answered other ques-
tions by Councillor Henry as fol-
lows:
(a) Inquiry was made in January
of Mr. E. T. Cunnlngham, then
Civil Defence Commissioner, and
he promised to give the matter
consideration before his departure
from the Colony. On the 20th
April, further inquiry was made of
the present Civil Defence Com-
missioner, who replied that he had
approached the military authori-
ties and would recommend, if they
approved, that the slit trenches be
filled and the surfaces reinstated
before the rains commence.
tbi There are existing arrange-
ments between the Civil Defence
Commissioner and the Public
Health Department to keep the
trenches from being a source of
"mosquito" nuisance. The M. 0. H.
reports that. having regard to the
various purposes for which they
are being used (irregularly), it
would require a special staff to
maintain them in an efficient san-
itary condition. As soon as a final
reply is received from the Civil
Defence Commissioner, the matter
will be further investigated. f
necessary
The Medical Officer of Health
reports that the provision referred
to is being enforced There are
certain parlcurs and restaurants
not at present provided with run-
ning water, but in all such cases
a certificate of registration has
been refused and their owners noti-
fied that steps will be taken against
them if they continue in their
default.
FILM STAR CABLES
Mr. Nur Gokool has received a
cable from Los Angeles, from
Danny Kaye, stage and film star
expressing his delight in having his
first picture "UD In Arms" appear
locally. The picture opens at the
Globe Theatre on Wednesday.
May 31.
Mr. Ookool in reply, expressed
his delight in hearing from Kaye
and promised success for the pic-
ture.


FOR SALE

Valuable Estate of approx. il5 acres
on Santa Cruz Roan with consider-
able stretch of kain River bound-
ing property 4,000 full grapeirult
trees, 3,000 Tonca Bean Trees vri-rl-
ous ages; 7,000 Lime Trees, Orange
"'ees; very valuable Timber, Gravel.
Property offers most attractive
building area possibilities near
city with grand sites and splen-
did river bathing. Face's east
with flat and sloping ground,
cool, with good views.
Property is served by branch road.
PRICE $35,000.00
"MALABAR HOUSE." Beaumont
Avenue, Maraval. Most elegant re-
inforced concrete throughouta resi-
dence: 5 bedrooms, large living and
dining rooms, Jade green bathroom
suite, other bathroom parquet floors.
All fittings specially imported.
Over 50,000 s.f. Freehold Ltnd
Valued by leading building contract
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As Chapter In

Peace Treaty

r. A, 0. V. Union, Industrial


team we International labor

haPeIn the pesc treaty."Sudy


The conference which beM an
Auardl5n" ytoverday threat "it canwee.


M indon who was adviser to
bhe delegateslly snid that the confer-


by te BrtishGovernment
te Wrot what Ids likely to bens
known amm the Philadelphia Chalterh
the minimtonium labour standard
whlich may becesne an Important
ahbtr in the peace treaty."


Pendent terrtoenceris, on which bothegan n
o-chApri rm5 asted over three weeAnlAmer



can Caribbean Commission served,
Mr. erendce was made to the recent
the delegater*m sent to the confer-
Indiannce by the British Government



was greatly impressed by the Impor-
tatnd that during the deliberatis cons



ference.
f the committee which derelt wofthe




ronferenoe, he said, W113 one of
sincerity and strong determination
to achieve, and important resalu-
tions Were reached on such suo-
Jeer8 as economic development, iull
employment, social security and
the minimum standards for de-nden
pendent territories. on which both
Givhe an Mr. Charles W. Tausihe
Co-chInternational Labovf tire Anfo-AmerIence
ran Caribbean Commission served,





reference was made thato the recentr-






national Labour Organis~ation was
established In 1919 as a parbados of the West
eIndian Conference. The committeen-
tnwas greatly impressed byuring the Impor
tant work achieved aiffiut this con-
stferences. Shortly after the war is
The genadquarteral atmosphere of the
sincerity and strong determination





to achiGeneve, atnd Important resitylu-





Montreal.
Mr. Lindon were reached nton t sayuch su-at
jets a s economic development, ill






tri-partite basis, representative of
employvernment, empsocial security ande.






played. The 26th annual confer.
minimum stcoandards for depenhiladel-nt I
territories.
Giving a background toi theI











phia, he said. was regarded as one
of International important conference






since its inception in as mch as it
wasMr. Lindon said thociat the Inter-
Atlantional Labour Organisation was
Morestablished in 401919 as a part of the
prLeague of Nations, and ferehad con-
tinued Itsby 365 deleatos during thead-
war under most difflapult circum-






vistanes. Shortly aiser the war its
delheadquartes include transferred from
Geneva to Mc~ill University,
Montreal.





liMrn. ParLindon wamentary Secretary that
this body was constry ofucted onur and
tri-partite basis, representative of




GNational Servicents, and Sirredem-ick
tarployed. To the 26th annual confer-
enceLabour and Nati concluded in Philadel-





Jor G. St. J Orde Browne. Labour
phiad,ser to the Secregarded as one






for the Colonies.- also att~ticied.

EMPIRE DAY BROADCASTS
ofThe topical mportalkInt conferval overnces
since its Incepbution Ltd., on EIn as mch as It







r...e Day, Wednesday. Mav 24, will
w taken up with three swith thead-
Atlandresses relating to recruiting. Com-
More than 40 countriess were re-J.
presented and the confervrice was
attended by 365 delegates and ad-






visers. MackThe Brecruitishng Offier, wilnent's
delegates included Mr. Georte Tom-ayor
linson. Parliamentary Secretary to
the British Ministry of In..whur and






National Service, Couand Sir Frederick..
LegttB. Wooing, who will be followedre-
by the Rev. Mr. Adamson, a Chap-of
Labour and National Service Ma-s
jor G. St. J. Orde Browne. Laibour
Ad"lser to the Secre'iarv caf MStue
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dresse relating to recruit ing;. Com-
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0. Matckie, Recruiting Oflicer, will
Introduce His Worship the Mayor
of Port-of-Spain, Councillor H. 0.
B. Wooding, who will be followed
by the Rev. Mr. Adamaon, a Chap-
lain of the Local Forces.


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tuly And Burma Gains
iJghlight Allied Effort
IVHI the war of nerve preparatory
* to th forthcoming Invasion of Ku-
,rope went mounting towards its climax
-and the air battering of Hitler's fortress
continued last week, the Allies registered
Snew successes in Italy and In Burma.
"'The end of the months' long battle for
the key Junction of Canino on the road
to Rome not only eliminated the much-
vaunted Nazi Gustav line, but brought
the Atlled armies hammering at the
presumably more formidable Adolf Hitler
,line whose name the enemy is now said
to have changed. In their Italian often-
sive, now in its ninth day, the Allied
armies have made steady but satisfac-
tory progress when we consider the
difficult terrain and the time which the
XJazis have had to embellish its strong
natural defences.
An encouraging feature of the en-
Scounter is that the Allied forces which
previously had held 25 German divisions
pinned down in the Italian theatre have
1'been considerably strengthened, and are
now able to strike heavier bl,'ws with
powerful support of both the naval and
Aair arms. During the week Allied war-
ships joined the air force in violent
assaults on batteries, supply dumps, and
communications, which have helped to
weaken the enemy's resistance. The
,outburst of activity in Italy Is in sharp
'contrast to the comparative quiet on the
eastern front, where operations were
rminly confined to the air bombing of
objectives behind the enemy's lines.
However, even the Germans expect the
eastern front soon to flare up after the
'long lull, the end of which may find
.them heavily engaged on three European
fronts.
While Casaino's fall was an Import-
ant victory, the most spectacular success
jof th week was the capture of the
SJapanese airfield at yltkylna ti Burma
by American and Chinese troops under
the direct command of the American
SGeneral Frank Merrill. Capture of the
:airfield from which the city of Myitkyina,
,most important Japanese base in north-
rem Burma, is being threatened, is an
-outtanding exploit even for Merrill's
:Marauders and their Chinese colleagues.
STheir rapid march over mountains and
valleys caught the enemy completely by
,surprise. The great importance of the
,capture of the Myitkyina airfield lies
In the fact that It brings nearer the
possibility of a junction between the Ma-
'rauders and General Stilwell's Chinese
army driving west from Yunnan province.
To effect such a junction will not be
,eisy, but it is the key which will open
'to China the door to the much-needed
supplies which she has not been able to
obtain.
SIn New Guinea the Allied amphibious
landing at Wakde seemed to be the pre-
lude to the eventual reconquest of New
uinea. While in the Paciile and In


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Port-of-Spain.

Better Sanitation Wanted
The Editor, "Sunday Guardia
Often .n' -onders whether th
is a ilta.'y Inspector emplo
to attend to 'he needs of this d
trtct--Iere Village.
There are four things which
qutre immediate attention. '
prevalence of mosquitoes:
abundance of houseflies: the
plorable condition of latrine
and a dirty nauoeatint pig
within 30 feet of the road.
I understand there is a I
which forlids the rearing cf
within a quarter of a mile of
village.
ANTI-Dl JA
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's:" Trinidad Government to break up Yet shall the loriouns Red Croe
sty the 400-year-old community life of Proud amblom of hymanityl
the people of Caura in the way it Hard toiler, without thought
law is being done. Government ought Kloy
nits to recognize Its responsibility to Tbv des salW live to Wag
f find a place whe-e the people ball story
be settled with :eir church built Noble.,charab d
AS. in their midst an that the- lif of
esMMS a me, a M aA% 4 anAe Ma"


Government


* uzm a Sl~d-wu. o. th6 dafen"
sly, tany wm maching a large-scale
aflenuie ln oMm, the meeew of which
seemed to hold dangerous consequences
for the Chin forces. The brunt of the
Japanese drive was directed at Loyang
and the enemy Is teatening to cut the
adn Lunghal railway, the principal
communieatm lint of some 1,000,000
Chinese troops in the province. Hard
premed and short of arms as they are,
our Chinese Allies have yet been putting
up a stubborn fight.


Post-War Planning Requires

Best Brains At The Head
ONE reason for the breakdown of
reconstruction plans In so many
directions after the last war was the
absence of adequate advance prepara-
tion. These mistakes are not being
repeated. Much attention is being given
in Allied countries to patterning the
peace, and any disappointments we may
have will result not so much from
neglect as from wrong judgments. If
Trinidad is not to be caught unprepared
it will be necessary to copy this good
example.
Preliminary action in Jamaica drew
attention last week to the need of plan-
ning for tourist trade. That Colony and
others in the West Indies have been
included in a report prepared by Mr.
Coert du Bois of the Anglo-American
Caribbean Commission, which t h e
various Governments are considering.
Unfortunately, however, Mr. du Bois did
not bring Trinidad into his survey, and
it is left to our Tourist and Exhibitions
Board to map out the future. The Board
has already been giving attention to
this, but the co-operation of local inter-
ests affected by the tourist traffic is
Imperative, and the problems should be
studied with their assistance.
This is only a small segment of
post- war planning. Communications,
transport, airport facilities, harbour
extension, electricity- are among the
subjects demanding early attention.
Airline development is likely to be rapid
after the war, and we know the Govern-
ment has conceived airport plans. But
are these likely to be adequate, and have
they been framed on the best advice?
Harbour extension may be necessary If
trade develops as expected, and was no
doubt among the questions Sir Bede
Clifford discussed in England last year.
To forge the internal links needed to
keep pace with such expansion an
electrical grid system has been proposed
which wil bear directly on the transport
situation. But the public has not been
apprised of the plans: it does not even
know if details of all these matters have
been threshed out.
The time has come to create a Post-
War Planning Committee of competent
persons who will lift these matters out
of the realm of mystery and uncertainty
into that of co-ordinated planning. As
head of such a committee we can think
of no better man than Colonel Leilich
of the United States Army. whose ser-
vices a correspondent in an adjoining
column suggests should be retained for
Trinidad because of the development
projects contemplated. This is a most
important proposal. Colonel Ieilich has
an outstanding record as utility consult-
ant, ard his work here speaks for itself.
It would be folly to let him go at this
time if arrangements can be made to
keep him, and we hope the Governmerit
will lose no time In seeing what can be
done.


Lettera To
The Editer

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Writer Suggests fntio
Of Col. Leilich's Service
The Wtem, ma, G=r
I re adrlctl. = In 1r5
G'ardihn" he interview w
General Patch ave the PI
I noted said that mot of
Americans would be goIng &
In view of the Job whih
Lelich, as Chair lun ot the I
way Avlko Oommittfe has I
tore *e fe into the skeleton
the railway. I am wondering i
too is amn.ng tbose who will
leave Trinidad.
It is evident that ol. Lelltc
a man of outstanding ability, w
ordinarily Trinidad would n
have the good fortune to b
Coulu not something be
whereby our government could
proach the Army authorltjs.
if necessary, the Anglo-Amer
Caribbean Commission, to re
his services, seeing that we
vast developments planned?
feel that a rian of Col. Leil
outstanding engineering and
rilnistratlve skill can help us
siderably not only in railway
transportation, but In the isl
wide electricity scheme which.
planned, in olvlnr an outlaw
$3,000,000 to $4 000,000.
While no doubt we can get n
men who can do a job equally
well as Col. Leilch, I think it
been proved that he Is the
who can get on well with our
ernment officials, our politic
and our workers.
OBSERVE
Port-of,-Spaln.

Two Shilling Dollar?
The Editor, "'Sunday Guardij
As a unified West Indian curm
based on two shillings to the
lar is likely to be introduced
the near future, can you let V
that are interested know whe
War Savings Certificates on
demption will be repaid at the
of fwur shillings and two penc
the dollar or at the rate of
sliillinws to the dollar?
As Governminent Debenture B
are d-.ignated in sterling, I
sume these may be treated
feren ly.
INTERESTED
San Fernando.
EDITOt'S NOTE: If a 2s. d
is adopted (and we have
heard that it is "likely")
actual value of money will no
affected, e g., the present dc
will then be worth approximn
two of the new 2s. dollars.
Income Tax Hardship
The Editor, "Sunday Guardia
I have been informed reci
thai because I have been ear
irore than $1,200 a year, I am
der the obligation to pay Inc
Tax.
This sum of $1,200, I underst
was fixed in the dayS W
that sum was considered to t
handsome salary.
Assuming that the author
concerned cannot be s ao21 -al
ed as to take It for granted
even $2,400 a year today car
compared with $1,200 five
six years ago, I take the lit
to ask why is It that this
sum has not been Increased
why must people like me pay
come tax?
GABL
Fr. Besont Mourned
The Editor, Sunday Guardi
The death of the Rev. Fa
Besant at the ripe age of 84 Y
has created a void in the spir
and intellectual life of Barb
which will be felt acutely by
almost numberless host.
Father Besant was the emb
*neni of eminent erudition, sat
and charming manners, simple
Inflexible faith, and liberal and
Prant charity of outlook on life
was indeed an Englishman
noble and magnanimous chara
whose beneficent and devoted w
have radiated and diffused a
and wide influence wherever
laboured,
For many years, the learned
vine was an illustrious and ve
ated figure In Barbados. Versa
and accomplished, genial and
proachable, wise and humble,
with slow step and thoughtful r
he wendrd his way around Bria
town, he was accorded salutat
from person.- of every social gt
in the island. Father Besant
well-loved. He was regarded b
large following with esteem, al
tlon, reverence and respect.
SAM G11TT
Barbados.

Atobrine Wanted
The Editor, "Sunday Guardia
There is much talk nowas
about the anti-malarial camp.
but except for a little oiling
drains, nothing is done for
children of this district. A
years ago. quinine tablets w
sent to schools, cannot the ad
authorities send some atabi
tablets, now that quinine is
available? The nearest drug at
retails same at 10 cents each ,
they cannot be bought by the 1
fortunate.
ANTI-MALARIAL
Guapo.

Leokina Office Deplored
Tha Editor. "Sunday Guardia
The DepittV Wharf Superlat
dent's O0ee has apertures
port holes for ventllaiton-a v
table "ack-hole of Calcutta' wi
the su shines and nothing at
of a shower bath with Its Is
root when It rairs.
Petitions hove followed e
other and the staff has been prc
ised better quarters at some ti
to come: bt't the showers have p
ceded the change to that "promll
land."


J. L Adamm
General Manager of


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tem.
rthe

tall- Imp eeat Mees W"e No were eat --aem nse o the r Ui
lone lut which ei ed htk wwk. One sealed leo M Tail.
4 of en to be nm en Legwe t Natless maa, ewxpOt tif t sM hlt
She armd with hte power to prevemit asaa Veum Te.
won f the PrimeMIDIstersp hitegrha l kw e W* Mr. Mweekno
Kig, Prime Min1ter 1 radia (lift); Mr. Wlrte Chaute
h s Minate f Gret Bran (t*); I A Mmr. JehaCurth, t,
homn Australian Prime Minister (right).______
hae Water Supply Lament
done-
Iap-
| Removal Of Caura Residents
etsln


z:: Seen As Cause Of Hardship
ad- By FELIX MENTOR religion they enjoyed in C
"Cn A great grief is come into the should be theirs still in the
and hearts of the people of Caura. Not place.
and- greater were the lamentations of Peopl Mainly Car
h is rael as they sat by the rivers P in y r
y cf of Babylon sorrowing for their be- When I speak of the peopi
loved Zion. Not less heart-break- Caura as being mainly Carl
nany ing are the cries on the hillsides know there are people who
y as of Caura today than were those doubt the fact. They speak S
t has of the Carthagians when the order Ishli as their language with just
type of the Roman Senate came to Sci- or two words of toe Carib ton
Gov- pio saying, capitulated Carthage in their vocabulary, yet they
plans, must be destroyed, themselves Spanish. The fac
Every house in the district has they have completely lost the
'B. to be removed and the beautiful glage of their race, but they r
church of Veronica Village shall the same physical charaotert
be pulled down. The river is re- which, at the discovery, made
quired by Goverrment to supple- lumbus think he had arrlvec
Sent the Colony's water supply, some place In India and so ci
n By all means, let Government have the people "Indlos." The ver
ency the river for this laudable purpose, of history is that the great dia
dol- But could the authorities do no erer was right as to the racial
d !n better than just uproot the whole nection although mistaken as
those population of the district and send gards the place.
ether men and women with babies in Thousands of years ago, an I
re- arms and children of all ages to Mongolian people, probably r
rate go wandering for shelter not know- Ing from before a more war
ze to ing where to lay their heads, race, found themselves in no
eastern Asia with a hostile pt
w0 When the Maraval River was to the south and west. From
ond taken to supply Port-of-Spain with shores of Kamschatka in thec
water, the arrangement did not light of the summer they could
Pre- call for the destruction of a single across the narrow sea like the
house. From the heights of La arm of a friendly giant becko
Finette to Val de Oro and from the invitingly to them the peninsula
RD. village to Moka, there was no Alaska in North America.
cause given for a single inhabitant In their crude boats they did
ollar to mourn the taking over of the 36 miles of Behring's Strait.
not river. The reservoir was built found the two continents of t
the about a mile below the principal rica and the Caribbean Island.
t be village. solutely unpeopled and they n
dollar Sharp Watch Kept them all their own. That ex
ately hap atwas long before that of Israel f
A watchman patrolled the river- Egypt, and certainly before thi
side and the Police kept a sharp vention and spread of the Asi
eye to see there was no polluting hieroglyphics.
of the water above the reservoir. I .' L -g--uage -Jm lS
in. do not claim this arrangement was a guage Me alni
gently ideal, but I do maintain that if the Having left before that Inven
ning claim for modern scientific treat- .nd failing to think of anyt
un- merit of public water supply for its of the kind for themselves
come purification can be accepted as cor- the Caribs remained an unlett
rect, then Government could well eole until the Saniards c
aLd rng to take the river withoutNow it Is a fat attested by his
hen disturbing the People of Caura.^ that the language of a conqu
be a Last year at a meeting of the pol antrss hto
Port-of-Spain City Council, Dr. Tito people cannot resist that of t
--tes ah . ... conquerors to live as it did bel
r1ig5 Achongmade an emphatic remark unless the conquered have a lit
gsht- on-thif subject worthy of attention ture of their own to sustain
that coming from one like him who ap- native speech
n be pears to be well acquainted with 'rh o c n
,bThus Rome could conquer Gro
or this branch of science. He is re- but Roman speech could not
berty ported to have saad that even stroy the language in which Ho
ixed sewerage water could be converted say ssthenl
and into clean drinking water by mod- had sung and Demosthenes
in. ern methods. That statement has thundered his philippic,
remained unchallenged. The Normans conquered Engi
LK. My argument is that if. as the The languages of the conqu
learned doctor says. even in and the conquered went into
so extreme a case of pollution the crucible. A combination result
water could be made pure and fit a speech full of strength and
an" for drinking then the old Maraval nity and grace came as the fit
litner arrangement would do for Caura. language of a great nation.
yeaturs Th Ma e a But the basic element rema
Ritual T re Main Streams the Anglo-Saxon in which Cha
)ados This shows it is the waters of had written. Englishmen s]
a the three main streams the Cachi- English in spite of Hastings.
od pal, the Los Cajones and the Are- Caribs had no literature of I
od- nal-which meet just above Vero- own, hence, wherever lntercc
intly nica, that are wanted. Now, the with a dominant race has I
and districts whose ravines feed those maintained they have not been
tol- ihr-e dreams are MonLin La Bole- to retain their language. The
SHe dad, Cabeceras, Laguna. Cachipal why the people of Caura s|
of in the Cachipal basin, the Mamu- Spanish with no knowledge of
cter. ral, El Limon, Manacal In the Los Carib. tongue. .
'orks Cajones basin, and Las Lapas, _____ _____
deep Valencia and San Vicente in the
r he Arenal basin. HONOUR THE RED CROSS
It', therefore, the order for re, o.our the Red ross.
di- ovalvl were limited to houses with- Honour the servants of the d
ner- in these areas Government might e servants te
atille justify the order on the ground of Red Cross,
ap- a desire to safeguard the streams Whcse deeds of glory and ren
as from pollution, But not a single Add lustre to humanity's crowr
nien stream from Aronquita, Biafranca, Honour the noble, the great
dge- Santa Marta. La Florida, Concor- CGross,
ions dia. Tumbason, Trafford, El Guamo, Ye dwellers in country and tow
Iade Tucuragua and Uuauabo rteacdes
was the river anywhere nearer than a Rise to the hour with stout he
Sa few miles at least below the spot free.
fec. chosen for the reservoir. All ye that patriotic be I
Yet, Government has ordered the Rise to the cause of your count
NS. people of these districts also to ca%
break their houses and go. With And let not the banner of
their districts completely outside Red Cross fall:
the area ot utilisaion, Cani tiese Proud emblem of the nations
people feel that Government is act-
Sing justly and wisely towards Who are the members of this
lavs hem? The people of Caura de- Team?
s erve far greater consideration Whose brows with lofty purr
n than is being shown them. They gleam?
th are, the great majority of them, They are the angels in hun
few descendants of the aborigines the form
rae (cil'be. K That stand beside In calm
wle About 50 years ago one could 1otstorm-and bede in calm
,ica, storm :--
e still meet in Caura among the old- They are the ministers of
o est inhabitants an old man or wo- wounded
and spoke about. From what I learned ride unbounded:
less frown one or two of them it would Surcharged with joy as they a
S seem thatwhen the Spanish settle- 16The storms of Ufe's tempest
-. meats began to push from the way,---
northwest bend of the island, east- Disaster and blight and st
wards, the Caribs, retiring from unrest
before the white men, turned north- Of Nature's children, by want
ward into the villages and hillsides pressed;-
of the Northern Range, The trampled and broken, be
like Afla mr ^ of desire,-
s-e 4@@ sears Oeeupatiso Victims of earthquake, flood
hen By this it would seem that Caura
tort and other districts in the Northern And with what plight, the nm
sky Range became Carib villages from revives
the 16th' Century, Thus after 400 The mighty host of youthful ]
aoh years continuous occupation by That bled on Crimea's gory fie]
^. their ancestors and themselves the And horrors grim of two gr
me unfortunate people find themselves wAaz
.'& drinking the eame bitter cup their When Helehnish, French and i
fa'thers drank before them. It is glen wive ncsad
hard. lnwve
it is, In my opinion, a departure TO German hordes were forced
" from the traditional British Colo- yield I
nial Oovernment consideration for Tell, who were they that brou
native populations. Certainly, relieL
j outIer people have suffered similarly And damned the wells of pour
within the last three yeas1 in the -" grief?--
' carrying out of the terms of the Ifone but the workers ot t
~yed lease-lend pact. But nobody ax- n .-
, poets British administration to look The great Red Croaa of Swtta
- for precedents in that direction, landt
It us British greatness ol heart in
re dealing with native peoples that When peace her garb amongxt
Th has made Britain so eminently sue- Wea
the cesaful as 'a colonising nation. It And trunp of ar no 110
'e- 1s spoiling her record her for a blares.


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Post Office Notice. IV

PUBLIC HOLIDAYS, 1944.

WEDNESDAY 24th May (Empire Day), MONDA] it
aura May, (Whit-Monday) and THURSDAY 8th June, (i
new Christi and King's Birthday) being Public Holidq
General Post Office will open from 7.0 a m. to l
Ib and from 4.0 p.m. to 5.0 p.m. and District P 't
of from 7.0 a.m. to 8.0 a.m. for the delivery of
m, letters and sale of postage stamps only; no other 1
pan- business will be transacted.
gue 2. There will be one delivery by Postmen at 7.0 & M
cal one despatch of mails on these days as follows:-
ian: San Fernando, Siparia, Princes Town, Rio -
ctaln Claro, Cedros, Mayaro and Intermediate
Istics
Co- Offices ............................ atSj% ,
I at
ailed Toco, Sangre Grande and Intermediate Offices at .glm,
rdict
scov Maraval, Diego Martin and Carenage ...... at T.M0iC
con- L
re- .L. W. SNOW,.
Indo- Ag. Postmaster Otmi
etir- General Post Office,
rlike
orth- Port-of-Spain,
eopia 8th May, 1944. 3'
i the ,..
clear --
I see ', raB
long :'
n CONTROL BOARD NOTICE*
ining ii_____________________-
a of

Th IMPORTANT
a ab-
a IMPORT PROGRAMMES FOR
fromn-
anic Importers are hereby notified that United States Auh
directed ttht full particulars of Colonial Requirements for,
1945 must be submitted to Washington without delay.
I alternative but to comply with the request, part-cularly W
tion further tightening of Centrol over production and export, .
hing The Foreign Economic Administration has circulated t e t
Sre, statement on the necessity for programmes:-
tered "It is very Important that British En.,pire Missions me a
ame. attention is given to this subject in order that requirements
tory accurate as possible. Forms 1-R are the basis for pr
ered grammes. These programmes are to be submitted by the
heir pire Division, PEA, to the Bureau of Supplies and State
fore and should reflect a true picture of actual requirements.
tera- "The prime responsibility of the United Nations
the ington is to procult requirements for their Home Ooven
Foreign Economic Administration must have specific and
*ece, sire information about countries whose requirements a i
de- Economic Administration responsibility. It follows thdt til
)mer these countries to secure supplies from the United Stat4$o
had upon a complete statement of their requirements, and OWr'
as to domestic consumption, domestic production and st$*
and. ments as well as end-use and lustiflootlon." -g
eror The Foreign Economic Administration has also prepared 5.
the List of Items in respect of which programmes are required.4
tled 's designed to red'ice ,is far as possible the statements of
tng from all sources for )945.
To ensure that all commodities are adequately ptsW.is
Fed foreign Economic Administration for programming, It Is
ucer Imnortors submit full r'rtilculars of their requirements
peak 'n dulleate on the prescribed Forms to th- Secretary of t
The Boar". In -or1dance with the following' schedules: '.
heir {sruvr y A A Rpturns in resne". of the following
3urse the Selected List must be submitted NOT LATER THAN
been 1944.
able
at is Printing and Publishing Division ....Sheet No. XV I :'
peak Service Division ....................... ,, XXII
the Communication Division ............ .VI "
Containers Division ................ XI
Mining Division ..................... XIV ''"
Rubber Division .................... ,, ,, XX
rest Safety & Technical Division ......... ,, XX "'
own Textile Division ....................... XXIV (00t |
n I and Eyes, slide & snap fasteners, buckles, buttons d o
Red miscellaneous shoe and apparel findings). '*
m I Controlled Materials .......... Sheet No. XXIX XXS (O ,
bon Steel & Alloy Steel on'i
'arts Page XXIX)
Raw Materials ................. XXXI XXXV JC
try's Chemicals Division ............ ,, V .,
Tansportatlon Division ..... ,, ,,XXVIII
the i
SCHEDULE B: Returns in respect of the following=
all! visions of the Selected List mus the submitted NOT A
IWTH JUNE, 1944.
Red ,.
Consumer Durable Goods, r
pose Division ................. Sheet No. VIII- X (Oit
tic Sewing Machine Needles,
nan Pins, (Straight) Pins (Safe- % N-
ty) sheet X)
and Plumbing & Heating Equipment Sheet No. XV
Power Division ............... ,, ,, XVI
our Radio & Radar Division ...... XVIII XT"'
SShipbuilding Division ........ XXIII ,
h a Lumber & Lumber Products.. ,, XLIII .
Automotive Division ............ I
Iay Bulldit Mater,ils Divislon ... ,, II IV :t
SConstruction Division .......... VII
tark General Industrial Equipment' '
Division ................. X1I XIII
op- Tool Division ................ ,, XXV-- XXVIt
Non-CMP Fabricated Products: -
reft (1) 35 Mm. MP. Film ...... .XXX I
(2) Pulp & Paper ....... XXXVII ,r
and (3) Leather & Leather ,
Products .............. XXXVI (Omt#
(4) Cotton Products ..... XXXIX -
iind (5) Wood Products ...... XLI '
(6) Ravon Products & Mis-
ives cellaneous Texitles .. XLII (o mit
Id- Textile Products, Hosiery, Elastlc Webblnt; & Rw
'eat 0
Where reoutrements are in excess of quotas allottedtt Y
ele- trol Board, full )ustiflcation, on a separate statement, 00
pany returns.
Cooies of PEA'S Selected LI't, Standqrd Imoort
alt *nd Irewtvct'nna fo* th' p'ener.'to"i o' he! Vra, Pnl1.m' b'^H
rIng er.owr PORT-OF-SPAIN and from CUSTOM HOUSB'
NAfl^O ^^JHC''
hlt Th. llocat'nn of aulites +o the Clolnv n in 190 w^l b
,eosrs"r-i ipml'mtted. Tmue.-ters. therefore, who 1ratelmSs
t"- ,rt Of their prvliemnnts will be excluded from shg a B
"i'op. Tf -"n'arers do not reder voMgamI a,,_,_ W
iota tor #we.i..In iB his t e nioca't- .atg~y5iiet At tl i "Sa M
Seutsthen the total suppUle whoeh the Colony- nee
,,tu4l,' .....*^iSS
e \ pT* W TP '?' will apreetea the urSwneCY o Bf B
'n9 't t' ho b th, hey will ee-opewate by caust t


NOTICE


Oft"e a Invited for tthe purcham of two our'm
O 00, e Inin good worUn coad&lk
These Sngnes are offered for sae solely bcaume tk
replaced by dlectricaly driven plant and machinery.
They y be inspected t the Mechanical nnlne
(Locomoivt) of th Trinidad Oovemm tni Rauy hS
twen the hours at 7 a.m. and 4.30 p.m. on any wee.
Saturday when lInpectlon is open from 7 a.m. to i12.1
Offers are to be siUed and addressed to thoe Omet
Trinlcad Ooxernment Railway.
TERMS: CASH. Delivery ex ite. Purchaser to
and transportation.


lath May, 1944.


4: LSM AMMM



































T r Shea the wife of Lleut.-Colonel JanmM Shea, U.s
Aj kft Trinidad a little more mthan year ago to live in th
son, Jimmy. Ms. Shea was formerly Mim


Ibule Leave

r Tobagca
bells rang out yesterday
ij U when Miss Jean Laing,
Sii daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
jII5' jag, of Malgretoute Estate,
' _"*Wried to Mr. Winston C.
j of Pointe-a-Pierre, the
0S 3fr. and Mrs. Arthur Abra-
i tGeorgetown, Demerara.
.-bel a entered St. Paul's
SnF Pernando, at 5 p.m.
II be im. of her- father, who gave

M looked radiant In an off-
organam dress, embossed in
a of the valley design, the
e of which was gauged Into
&ilitd belt. It had a sweetheart
long puff sleeves fitting
B at the lower arm, and a
W;ng skirt.
A mdy tulle vell arranged
an upwept coiffure and a
INml- of silver radiance roses
Anne lace and a bou-
similar flowers, completed
bridal ensemble.
esmaid who attended her,
I.Abraham. sister of the
also made a charming
an ice-blue taffeta gown,
Bouquet of silver radi-


1urwb was beautifully de-
_'for the occasion with pink
Sand white queen of flowers.
SserMvice was a choral one.
Im Streetly performed the
f, while Mr. Desmond
*loted as best man.
V tseto was held at the
lite bride's parents at Mhal-
where the cake was cut
s mual toasts were proposed
IBVdley Farmer. uncle of the
'ide's mother, Mrs. G. B.
beked very nice in a light
with navy accessories,
Wihart was very smart all in
d Miss Doreen Laing, sister
a bride. wore navy blue and
with red accessories.
Sbidegroom's parents, who
it Demeritra, were unfor-
ft unable to be present at
ddi, so they sent a cable
Pa Vlases.
the reception the happy
WN for Tobago, where the
=o Is being spent, and Mrs.
K looked very lovely in a
,lMe outfit, embroidered In


Arthur Abraham Jnr., Mr. and M
Basil Abraham, Miss Jean Abr
ham, Mrs. Lucy Wishart, Mr. a
Mrs. George W. Laing, Mr. sa
Mrs. George Sheppard, Mr. an
Mrs. C. Turner. Miss Doreen Lair
Mr. C. Laing, Mr. Jack Laing. M
and Mrs. R. E. Lewis, Mrs. Dai
Pasea, Miss R. MacKenzie, Mr. a;
Mrs. L. E. de Verteull, Mr. ai
Mrs. James Farmer, Mr. and M
Farmer, Miss Lilian Farmer, M
Noehe Lance, Mr. and Mrs. R
Schlelfer, Mr. and Mrs. Alfr
Hodgson. Mr. and Mrs. Alee Me
des, Mrs. Elsie Sheppard. Miss F
Sheppard, Mr. Stephen Scott. Mi
Freda Harsford, Miss Jocel:
Smythe, Master Sergeant and Mr
Lashley, Corporal P. Patterson, M
and Mrs. A. Bernard, Miss Joi
Bernard, Miss Gladys Wight, M
Be.rnard Rostant, Miss Joan Ro
tant, Mr. Ernie Parkinson, Mr ani
Mrs. Arthur de Verteuil, Mr. Vict
Gill, Mr. Cecil Cook, Mr. "Ludd:
Ache. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pros

Jamaica Am

Tells Experhie
,B..C.-TODAY
P.M.: 1.00, For British Forces
Malta; 2.30, Palace of Varietis with B'
Lytton, Jill Manners, Billy Watts, (1l
Potter, Hetty King. C.Alrrma': B1
htephens; 3.06, Parliamentary Summar.i
E. H. W. Atkinson; 3.15, Sunday Ha
hour. Community Hymn singing frc
Lakeside Church. ReykJavik, Icelan
3.45, B.B.C. Theatre Orchestra, Conduic
tor:; Robinson. Joan Cross sopranou
Louis Kentner (piano); 4.25, Epilogu
4 30, Percival Mackav's Orrhestra; 5.0
News; 5.01, Interlude; 5.14, John W.
Introduces "Songs from Show"; 6,0
Black rriar's singers. Conductor: J,
Coomtbs. Arnold Coladbrough (organ
Norman Lumaden (bass); 6.45. New
7.00, Wet Indian Guest Night, Kisa M
ler ot Jamaica, about her work as amb
lance driver In the Civil Defence servi
followed by Music for Everyone, present
by Scott Goddard; 8.00 B.C.. Orchestr


9VMU AY GUARDIAN. MAY 21, 1V44.

Cinenman U By Spotlight
It Int a tai wek-e0d for woviagoers, with light eomedis playing
In t city leading leiasesu. There are mO big problems to be solved.
nso breath-taking u rills are oming down from .. seieen. Love is
rthe ever rturnig leitmotif, but tbut in itself, you may find, is prob-
lemati and thriting a well.
So you will have to make your choice In a pretty varied assort-
nment of love affairs Uning up tpolight comedians such as William
Powell, Wredzio March, Rtoesaliad Iussell. It is a gay parade of people
in love, from the astroAomoer who is so deep in sky-research that he
almost loses bis wife dow ona earth, to the ambitious career woman
who never got kisled and Inevitably goes into the old but ever-new
trap.
Hero are, In detail, the dtfierebt.--.-- .---- . .
aspectss of love as presented empty word, indeed. The wedding
throughout this week-end's Aim se- is off and she gts herself married
election. to the despised fellow.
Love And Moral. Love is stronger than
Love ndAstronomy witchcraft and if they have not
"The Heavenly Body," Mete,- died, they still live happily together.
Geoldwyn picture, at the Do Lae. Fredric March and Veronica Lake,
Astronomer William Powell has with the always funny Robert
a handsome but fairly ignorant Benchley In the cast, make it a
wife. Heay Lamarr. She does not snappy fairy tale.
know what to do with herself while
he is on Oight work In the obser- Love And Career
vatory. She does not find anything "What a Woman!" Colaumbia Pic-
better than going for astrology and hue, at the Gtob.
. Army, and her little girl Didre. that, of course, brings a lot of This picture being shows is a
a United ta.es and has s trouble into their domestic 11fe. last-minute opening, I cannot give
T eTrry Maits. _____ Believing blindly In fortune- you first-hand report and have
telling and horoscopes, she gives to rely on what I have heard about
to her scientist-husband some hard It, At any rate, the name of theI
nuts to crack, just enough to li leading lady, Rosalind Russell, is
es efnerarf an a harmless and smoothly running more than a promise.I
comedy. It is not very Important She is one of those ambitious
Sbut still, it is mild fun to follow career women who nave no time
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Lazari. Mr. and the screen.shaking complications for love. Between big business
rs. Mrs. Jack Boyce, Mrs. La'vence resulting from her astrological and other sensations, she neglects
ra- Yearwood, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald de whim that she does not want to be this sunny department of life too
nd Verteuil. Mr. Sonny de Verteuil, Mr. kissed on Tuesdays. badly. In return she finally falls
nd Russel Lewis, Mrs. Amy Lewis, Mr. Lovely-looking Hedy Lamarr does for a man who detests career wo-
rd and Mrs. C. Waller. Mr. and Mrs. not limit her passion to such pro. men. He Is. no wonder, a hard-
ng, Frank Brash. Mr. end Mrs. Allan posterous things. She is sure that, boiled reporter working for a maga-
r. Forde, Mr. and Mrs. Harry de Ver- as predicted, she will meet "a dark sine which wants to print Rosa-
isy teull, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Burr, Mr. man from far-off places who will lind's authentic l11is story.
nd and Mrs Jimes Smythe, and Miss be the true love of her life." He P Scrits
nd Marv Montano. appears, indeed, under" the traits Scripts
rs. ____ ____ of an air-raid warden who has tra. After I do not know how mniany
Ir. veiled as a roving reporter all over years, "The Firefly" is released for
10 9., .,,*. the world, another run at the Empire over
epd I'JL od a j- D a y But Its just as intermezo and the week-end. The story and the
n- in the enld the legally wed couple whole picture are a little hit fadred,
'1o CotLcail dance at Perseverance is restord to astrology-free happi- but there are still Rudolf Friml's
iss Club. ness. smashing tunes Piing by Jeannette
yn Cocktail dance at Trinidad Coun- William Powell puts over another MacDonald, and the "Donkey Sere-
rs. try Club, of his brilliant, detached perform- nade" Is as charming as ever.
4r. Ee _ances while James Craig, through 4
ar Forthcoming Events smart acting, saves at least partly This week. it sepirn. vill bring
Cr. Movies, nesircels. and Channel the honour of us unlucky news- some heavy guns to the city's cine-
is- pictures by Information Officer at papermcn. map. The programme looks like
nd Y.W.CA 8.30 p.m., Monday, Love And Witchcraft that
or May I Mrri a Wih" n Art At the De Luxe, Tuesday, "Ma-
My2.""I Married a Irvltch," United At dame Curie," after the famous hook
y" "Broken Chords," Prince's Build- Ist Picture, at the Royal. dam Curie." after the famous wook
st. ing, 8.30 p.m. Tuesday, May 30. Extravagant themes hav always of her daughter, Ev Curie, with
a have arlwas Greer Garson and Walter Pidgeon,
heetn the field of Renr Clair, well,. At the -Rovl, Wednesday, "The
bu ance D river French directornowproFghngSeabes'inapcia
bu a c D r v rducing in Hollywood, This picture, FihigSaes"I pcSformancs, with the Seabeem' pt'or"
his latest, keeps tp with the habit. from Chaguararunaplay in
binding reality and fantasy to a on the -tage plain
'ees A t 7' p.m. fairly amusing entertainment, ot h a e .
.....PI1tl At the Globe, also Wednesday,.
U S.A.-rTOI i of those ancestors as acou Wply Follow the Boys," alt-out musical
u S.AI nODAhundedowhoe ancstaor,had couple with scores of Hollywood bigshots
In P 2 00, News; 2 n5f hundred years agot had his wife At the Emoire, Friday, return of
rt( ith*." 230.' The So.....rnlirr.: a w0 branatchn. Out of a smoke" "Always In My Heart," with "sing.
I Nw A i.in or 33 pillar and acting under instructions, ing sweetheart," Gloria Warren.
i1 Invitation 'o MuNsic, 4,00. Ne;' 4 0o: front her sorcerer-father, she comes
ry, Celiing U-limilled. 4 30, American S'orv;:all the way thack through the cen-
if. 5.00,wNewp, ; NBrCrSymphonyY;O.00, tilries, Riding on a .wroomstick,l The local representatives of 20th
WTI News: 460115. Army Hour: 6a31n, AndreP
1d; Kosfeianetz." 700 Newa: 715 .i Band-she I out to revenge he'r shame Century-Fox has asked me to say
ic- wapon; 7 30, iharlie MC(arthv. c, no. on a living sample of the hated that Mr. Murray Silverstone, vice-
.; News; o05,, UniietI Neiwork Commen.- Wnoly family, president In charge of foreign dis-
oe; tary: '.15,. Home Town News Sl;h... e arrives juqt in time for his tribution, who passed through Tri
00. ammy Kle's Serenade; l in, ItnitNet- recently
ilt work Retiorter; *i ri, News at Home. 930. wedding and with all kinds ofj nidad recently, has been elected
00i, Jack Benny: I 000o. Nei. tio5, Intor. tricks, throws confusion Into the member of tho board of directors
H. motion Please; 10,30, Fred Allen. Starting festivity. Sorcery is nol of this company.
we; TOMORROW
Iu- P M : Z5.00, Time Viewsl the News; 5 1.
ce Programme Review; 5.15. Fred WarAng,
ed 5.30. Mirth a ,Madness; 6.00, News; 6.05,
.Sp~ort Page: 6.1 5, Personal Aibum;.6.30.
8.JU I~vebes sles i~eley Car on r of 014ar *.,,s.,. 7 lK i nO 050


8.a3, mvever" "'ales. n"egley Farqon r ut uirIharm:l0I. u, NewN; (.15, StoCk
cal hunlinyt"; 0.00, News; 9.10, From Iteport; 7.30, Mail Call; 8.00. News; 8.05,
Monday's London newspapers:; 9.15. Em. United Network Commentary; .1.5, Bat-
pir Youth Sunday Service from West- tieground; 9.30, Downbeat; 9.00,
militer Abbey conducted by the Rlkht United Network Reporter; 1.15, News
Rv. De LaA BilliterO. "Young Australian at Home; 9.30. Burns t Allen; 1000,
pilot officers call to prayer." read by News; 10 05, Contented Hour, 1030, Bot
London schoolboy; .45, cherzo and finale Crosby.
fim Beethoven's Symphony No. 2 D
Major, London Phllharmonie Orchestra. WVDI-TOOAY
conducted by Sir Thomas Beecham
(gramophone records); 10.00. News Hesd. A.M.: 1030, Mlusic for Sliniay: 11.00.
lines; 10.10. Epilogue; 10.0g, Int rude inah Shore;: 11.30. John Chas. Thomas;
10.15, Orchestra choral music. N.B.C. Or- 12.00. New s.
chestra conducted by LAslie Woodgate PM: 5.00. G.I. News; i.1.l Meet the
with Derek Barsham (boy soprano). Boys: 5.30, California Melodies.: 6.00, Guy
lombardo. 4 30. Jack Benny; 7 00,
TOMORROW Andre Kostelanptz: 7.30, Charlie Mc-
Carthy; 5.00, Your Radio Theatre; 9.00,
P M.: .00, News: 5.01. Interlude- 514. News; 9.15, Raymond Scott; 9.30, Hour
Variety Bandbox; 600, Shipmates Ashore; "f Charm: 1000 Suspense; 1030, 0o-
6,45, News: 7.00, Talk-Scloence Notebook: 'tented Hour.
7.15, Johann Strauss music (gramophons
records); 7.45. Handel's music (gramo- WVDI-TOMORROW
phone records): S 00, Current Events-
Talk by David Raymond; S.15. Programme PM V 000, 1?.T News; S.l1, Q1e Pasla;
for Falkland Island; S: 45. Eric Coates 5 30. V11ai8a0 ilre; a 100. Mall Cal.; 30,
Springtime Suite. Light Symphony Or. ireat Milc:; t 41. News; 7.00. Chamber
chestra conducted by the composer (gram. Musilc Sclety- Rain SItreet: 7.30, Album
records; 9.00. News: 910. From Ties- Faiourites: 8,00. Duffy's Taicrn; 130.
day's London newspapers; 9.30. Bandstand; Kate Smith: 9 no, News; 9 15i, Latin'
1000. News Headllnes;: 10.01. Life at Rhythms: 930. One Night Stand; U-00.
Home by Lester Powell; 10 11,. Interlude; Night Owl Club; 10.45. Nocturne.
10.15, Johnny Canuck'a Revue. Peesenlotol a


A asms from -LaI Of the telypsa thie Aagls-Amsulcan dIarity
benefit Show preentd at the Empire Theatre last Tuesday. It Is
being repeated there on Friday, May 2, and ib espeted j &p to
San Fernando shortly.




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keeping cool In the


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It Is knowing how to us


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Instane.


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* Shampoo Hair Lotionm. Mas-
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SECTION 5


0MAGAZ 111


SECTION


Notes From The Homefront j|
The Pood Coniroller has betC hole but thin down to I per go Mp anm be
issuing booklets on Food Crops and about weeks after getlOurmlFtaO. tt0 .
~ At this planting rate, 71-401b su~ie1twut. 2,3M a
how to grow them for some time to plant an acre. may be hanr nalet !tr
now. but there may be many Nitrogenous manure helps corn to' May aow n bt. btf
readers who have not had the opi- grow away from the ravages of thetcan be obtained byw ofa,
portunlty of setting one and as corn Worm. In 4 months, good October.
planmting season l at hand there varieties mature a crop of 31001b R DM ANo (Kolg 36l0.0.
are some points which would-be dry corn-on-cob per acre. Local phasoos lar.
planters would like to know. general yields are aldom more n o .
Firet everyone who wants to have than ,OOO1b of corn on the cob. It Thi crop op o mo re te 't
a fruitful garden should know that is good policy to sow the beat avau- ket ead'ns than to M -- --- .
plant roots should be uasated by able selected seeds. butV ha bea kam to Ies uo-
forking the ground before planting. PIGEON PEAS (Dhal)-- ie x r annfr in 2OL
Secondly, watch for insect peo sts Ca .hole21xVasn n
and try to get rid of themJ as best Cajon hole (01b per We. 1i
you can and thirdly, do not be too Sow the seeds In holes 4' 4' it matures a harvest of abot S
anxioutt to gather your harvest be. part with 3 seeds per hole. This per arm. The best Ime r fi -
fore it is ready, takes about Ilb of seeds per acre. ing ars November td Is Jm. i
Now. the public must be warned On ermination, thin down to one the plants tend to be too b y
that too much attention sheot plant per hole. After 4 months sown early In the rainy simm
devoted to perishable crops, such as ___________________________
tomatoes and cabbages, the market
for which In now more limited and G z B F s
too much emphsis on this will re- Guardian Quz By Feste
suit in losses.
GROWING FOOD CROPS Do you carefully peuse your (b) Over $15.000.
Look at the food you eat. Some Sunday morning "*Guardian"? Test i() Not mentioned
of the foods supply the bulk of your your memory and observation by (@i It was the
daily needs, the others are only answering these question% all set (a) lil(Kh.
supplementary. answering these quest on h all set .
Real Foods comprise the cereals from last Sunday's "Guardian," tc) 972nd day of the "War
(corn, gulnea corn, rice, adlay) the May 14 ) ainst uiterism."
pulses (red beans, lima beans, gub- (I) Pilot-Officer C P .Loptz, I.
rub. bodi, soya beans, pigeon peas, whose picture appeared on Page 3. 7, The 'Blondlo' strip contained
peanuts) and the ground provisions was in the news as proud recipient a) Dogwood.
(yams, tannlas, dasheen., eddoes, of (b) Cookie.
sweet potatoes, cush-cush and (a) The DF.C., (, Blondle.
cassava) and bananas and plantains, b) The D.P.M. nd.
Supplementary Feeoods are the (c) His bomber's wings, (8 Ubi.quitous" wrote oa
most popular both in the town and (aThe WIN. Party.
In the country, not because they (2) Joan Liddcll. writing in .he (b) The water situaUtion.
are easier to grow, for they are not. Magasine Section, dealt with (c) Nationalgroups In TrMad
but because In peace time. we could (a) Rabbit-raising.
have depended on foreign supplies (b) Eat and yet stay slender. (9) Which of the following pro-
for most of the Real Fods. The (c) The keeping of pigeons. ductions did "nMeeinm g Bird" m .
tables are now turned, so put in a tion in 'Talk of Trinidad?"
rood Rupoly of Real Fomd crops. (31 The main story on the front (R) "Nlte Kub Revue."
then In the remaining space plant Page was about 0bi "Land of the Calypso.
up with as many beets, cabbage, 1a) The Burmese front. (e "Dancing Youth, I4."
cauliflowers, carrots, cucumbers. (b Th'e invasion, "ncig ou i
lettuce, peppers, tomatoes, turnips. (c) The Italian front. (0 The cycle team selected fter
onions, shallots, pumpkins, ginger. T.A A.C. sports consisted of
sorrel and melongenes as you can. W Pictured on the front page (a PFour cycllsta.
CEREALS was (b)S ix cyclists.
(ra General Aletander () EFight yelast.
These are suitable for sowing In tbi Ubeut-General Mark Clark
May or in December. (c) Grneral Alphonse Juin. (Il1 The leader Writer dealt with
m(a The Maracs Road.
CORN (MAIZE)-Zea maya, (5) The "Guardian" Welfare pund b) The Control Board.
Plant in rows 3 fpet, the holes was (0 Post-War Planning.
being ii apart. Put 2 seeds in each (a) $17,600.M64. (ANBWEIS ON PAG MU)


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Connolsseurs teat rum by both the nose and tO w
palate. It b not always eoy to dIstfalsh rum
quality by the nose, howwrer. and mst pe.plo prJss
to rely en their palate It yeou ha ve amoderatelyb l -
sM Ueitive palate you will have so fMculty In se-IngX.
the many Amne qualities of B.ke s Uquer m.
You will agree that It I sImPoble to fiid rum
with a mere mellow ahd refreshing flvour than that
aof t Mkers Liquer.
B"aer's Liquur Ram maintainus Its pla of
dignity and quality In dub, hotels and hmes the PW t
throughout theu wd. --
SInsist on being supplied with looker's IAVW 1 *
Runs, emerar's Best al
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white u5r5. two 6P. ri nd. I temooonful I@ trumm. Jule.s Or T all
hint of milk. avruo. 3 dashes Wes Oft- "s'h_.a.n M
Pour entize contents into Bitten. 1 tumbler of da sheswt O _J'A
a lug and wimas&e with Glen- crushed tee. add a little 0"lItT of drud" IM.
tv of crushed tee. Strain, rated nutane and serve s _ak .wo .i .,... ..NO
then add rote nutmeg with straw fo One. S w.
and serve for three. Deolude after sunw.r. for tL
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carevm For Men "nd Boys

Assume Greater Importance

nmil CM 11 M a' Iowa 243dUllsM
At tis 4Wf atS war, tbh qusso Oof eaers n tbohe post-war
tod M am n M d greater inpatoes. not least In the
m f parentiMs whom elildren wiDl, In the next year or so. be of
an as to go to wert.
ftrk 1bw beMs i M-2d Isn aa i _


met msUay about the atering
J anod t industry generally. But
perhaps there an fe tw people who
s In the eaterintg Industry a poas-
sible career for their sons. That
this industry does offer a very ex-
cellent career was brought home to
me when I had the good fortune
recently to visit the Hotel and
Restaurant School, which Is asso-
ciated with the Westminster Tech-
nical Institute.
This enterprising school was
evacuated from Westminster early
In the war,. and is 'now situated in
a lma Surrey village called Beare
OGreen. Sovs are allowed to enter
between the ages of 14 and 16.
The school offers two courses -
one of three years for chefs, and
the other of two years for restau-
rant trains or waiters. During my
visit I was surprised tr note how
much practical work Is Included In
the tralnlng.
Chrefs miiust know all that there i s
to he known about hours d'oeruvre,
sotiW, fish. meat and entremsets;
while future waiters learn about the
geography of c'!lnarv supplies, and
the drawing un of m'nus, service
for all meals and functions, dining
tables, pantry, silver, linen, wines.
cash desk, reception and actual
waiting In the public restaurant.
uL Lw iy SALANrl Aw LA


balanced meal. but to give te n i
a complete cookery course. War
conditions. of course. put restrie-
tions on the maem.s, but tbb h taget
ulty of the chef enables the best
possible use to be made of the in-
gre0ients which are available, U
well as demonstrating how subst-
tutes can be used.
The general education of :he boys
Is progssve. and is so arranged
that It has a direct bearing on their
career, and on their health. French
in essential, so too are calculations
and accounts, while gymnasticsa
boxing and other sports develop
muscles and keop the boys at.
The boys live in a hostel, and
they are taught to run that hostel
themselves. It Is run exactly as a
hotel, and everyone knows that
hotels must give service through-
out the 34 hours of the. day.
A large number of old boys of
this school are doing work of na-
tional importance, and some have
received the King's Commilion in
various posts connected with the
feeding of the Royal Navy, the
Armyv nd the Royal Air Force.
Nearly 200 hold important posts In
the Army Catering Corps.
As the hoys leave the school they
pass on to Britain's hotels, starting
off as junior chefs and waiters, but
with every prospect of advancing
high in the industry, even to be-
coming restaurant managers, head
chefs and hotel managers.
ANSWERS TO QUIZ


WF.,A .D. .^AU 1j .E 8 Following are the answers to
The restaurant 1q well paronised Quiz by Fesie on Page 18:-
by people from the neighboring (l HIS Bomber's wings; (2> The
v'illages, thus affording the boys keeping of pigeons; (31 Italian
practical experience In waiting at front; (4) All three; (51 Not men-
4 hle Hoined: 16) 1716th; o7) Dagwood
Every meal Li prepared unier the and Blondle; 18> National groups
iupervislon of a chef instructor. and in Trinidad: (9M All three; (10) Six
the meni and the proces( s are se- cyclists: ,ll) The Contiol Board
lecterd not only to supply well- and Post-war Planning.
BARGAINS
.ri tI rhoral and Orchestral
A9 Prince Street. 66 Picton f d V r m m
Strmw. JPo.lsession), 58 Malony C N C ER T II i 1
Street (empty), Farrell Lane a- B-- e--
ireeholdi, 207 Paris Boulevard y *Te -
$3.500. 132 Second Street $1,800, Royal Victoria Institute,
153 oldr St. Jowph Road $1,600; SIIC Ei0' 4i
St. Vircent. Frederick,. Charlotte, MUSIC SECTION8
Georste, Qu'en Streets, Maraval, ( Ti .
possession guarant ed. Large and nursoay, June Ist
gnall loans on Mortgages. At 8.30p
Norman David-Feveck TICKETS (at Streg's)-
Real Estate Agent. $ s1.0 720. -
S St. Vincent Street. --------


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IN WAR-AS IN PEACE-

at the service of the Empire






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Befte the war,.GJLC electrical eq5ipmm urM WNWoned om hi *myevay
class of service. Many0pogtmvTes, Iudiaturbo-electricm ur
Mat lectrial sel u6dotuhatr BO Wroniun, diesel be trh
anes, were completely *iped by the G.EC., the iresgtWIriad
electrical maoufactung organat i to Epire. Dufig the war there
has probaby not been tis sa of war or cargo we buik without
moim O p.E.Celcic equti me) t
The O.I.C serves vewy metm iBdustry in a Aimils way and tyo e
omepsiudeof such a task has measstated a Iompiee eevmaj from pea-

When peace returns the Company'st experience, mbracing every applicati
of electricity including the important one of electronics, will be at the
disposal of all concerned with reconstruction in every pan of the world is
varying out complete dlectrifladem schemes of say magntude.
ELECTiRIFICATION SCHEME!
9~4Wn~bnd. s bas ~es np to an weN smakm
l ii at I b" wok
Unli tibaghebe. steui"dnd


? ALWAYS IN THE FOREFRONT
OF ELECTRICAL PROGRESS
as G4Mai. uctitIC CO. tIO. MAGNT HOUU., KIN.SwAAY. LoWOo
-m-.ei 4 A YGft M, a 6


L.A.C. 1. M. Gr(neal. the s of Mr. Paul Gratnmaull an ine
late Mrs. Granau, who left here a v ar age to Join the Royal
Canadian Air Force. Young GransaulL who is in St. 'Thomas, On-
tario was made leading alreIftaman a few months ago.


Women Should Have


#Say'


In Any Kind Of Conferentce

By ZANOR ROOSEVELT
In an article In the "Reader's Digest," Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt
feels certain that when and If there Is a Peace Conference, women
not only from the United States but from other countries will also be
present, as, she says, "the interests of women who are fighting this
war alongside the men cannot be ignored in any decision for the
future."


~Iu -.p%'' ____


Through the years men have7
made the wars; it is only fair to woman in Russia has been taking $
suggest that women can help tob herpart in assisting the.armed
make a lasting peace. Women are services. Madame Chiang Kat-.hek AL
because of their naturalt functions' tis never tar away from her hus- *
the great conservers of life; men band's side. In every country there
spend it, Men are now giving un, are women ready to think i nterml'
though rather reluctantly, their O jtwar developments on a orld
ancient prerogatives of deciding, s e.a
without feminine assistance, e Aseach future conference the -
great questions of public policy. natio0s meets women should be
Queen Elizabeth, Mrs. Wison among the delegates, no matw-.1
Churchill, Lady Reading and many what the subject under discussion. :'.
other British women standout to ThiIs not only a question ot0 ne -..
day as having prepared themselves' recognition of women, it is a qucs- - ,wB
during the war toflace the problems tionofeducation fcr citizenship. Thisto a snapmp W& fe"-
of the postwar world Certainly I was proud that our nation had p Queen Wilhelmlna and lnte women present at the Food Conter- would look very smart at te
Juliana have been doing thesame ence. and was glad that on our de- besoh or at the biathlIlg ped
omMadame olotoffdown legation at the United Nations Re- foe the girl who hasl a good
From Madame Molotoff down. every ef and Rehabilitation Conference mkin and aloe igurm. The
we had not only women delegates blousp and brief circueie'rt
but several women as observers, are discarded for the awim a-d
I can remember when women first when this is flnIshed, ne1oer
W began to be a factor In politics 'ira' aid trunk elt, or a oe
G i 1in this country, when it was gen- diary b-aale ad panles
rally said that "politics is no place could be worn under their blsm
Scouts and smoked big black cigars
and put their feet on the tables to see tvit they are well-cut an
ea n drank liquor and insisted that a good fit. A shapelem or ill-l
N w Easy W a their political gatherings would tinl garment would make Venu
5 offend the ladles. (The ladles seem herself look rather pase.
Do't be discouraged If you are weak, to be surviving, however!) TAILORED SWIM SUtIt
Underweight, tired out, sickly-onable Perhaps women haven't accom- The majority of women would i
to gain an ounce of floh or atreth no plUahed all they might have in poll- lT l ajoris y st women would I
matter what you eat. A licensedBolly- i tth well-advised to sick to the co
wood. California phea n pr tics. ibutthere iago0od deal more scratlve tailored suits, which pe
scrlblng for and treating the Cinema social legisiatlon than there ever mr iiey tilor e i e whcn ma.
Stars of Hollywood, has discovered a was before women had the vote. more likely toloo well and min
secret method of combining 9 highly My plea is not for women at a mise those figure faults which
concentrated extracts. These extracts MYPtinbu
build rich red blood, sond firm flesh. peace conference only. It is for wo- cannot be concealed; buthe
act a a food to the gandw s and thus men In every meeting which deals again the quality, cut and fit mum
help nature restore health and build with postwar problems. 'tll be good ui the suit is to beI
your weight to normal. With normal Thev will not be there to oppose success.
waigit your fiue beacomes rounded
wand attractive u look younger, you men, but to work with men, to have There are good designs t
feel younger. This now 'ombiaton oi a share in shaping the new world choose from in a variety of co
now being Imported Into this country which, whether we want it or not, ours, so there is no reason wl
by chemists under the name of Burolds. Is going to comfort us some day, every woman should not be aI
no successful Sa urelde In bringing Men and women will have to live to get something to suit her.
normal weight, health, and happiness to
men and women, It Is guaranteed to ft in this new world together. They
you up to your complete satisfaction a should begin now to build It to-
money back on return of empty paek. gether. h
ae- Asir vow chemiast for Murelde to. 1 ".t, _


day. The duafate protects yoQL



Vor Beautiful
Eyes-
WEAR NUMONT
RIMLESS FULVUR
LOXIT GLASSES


How She Stopped
Her Rheumatism

NOT A SINGLE ATTACK BINCB
TAKING RUICURN
At one time this womo" iffered
badly from rheumatism. Then she
found a way to keep It In check
and has been free f-n 't forra
years. A remedy that Is so relia-
ble Is worth knowing about. Read
this letter:-
"I have for many years nowbeen
taking Kruaehen Salts-the small
daily dose-and with Its aid Ihave
been able to keep rheumatic mn-
tirely in heck. I ptou-y
very rheu 1"tic, and ued petd-
rally to suffer from very painful
attacks. Since I .ave taken Kr-
chen I have not had a single at-
tack. I oM-M rIct deal to KEMS
chei Salts. --(Mt) C. a M.
Rheumatism Is primarily caused
through an excess of uric awd t
the body. It the kidneys and
bowels become doaim., th6y sBow
this harmful aoid to foam paWONf
deposits In the johts and MlE.
The whole seee ofe M eba ta
its double action. It acts p
the kidneys 'i the bowes at ft
same time. ush' away '1 1-h-
w barmful etW
tm- = W qV -1I~H~l il~


Blood Starves

Without Iron
If there b ot enough Iron In your
blood. you are ertaitn to suffer from
los of apDette and feel debilitated.
tired. nervous. weak, llversh. If neg-
lected thin mas lead to headaches
falnting spelt. no ble d, yellowlh
skin, poor sleep, weak memory, short-
nes of breath after exertion, skin
blemishes and loe of self confidence.
Iron is the real source of energy for
the blood and body. And now It It
easy to reln lorate your blood with
Iron through the discovery of Ferrano
by an American physician. Ferrano
contains a new activated form of iron
and the first done starts almost in-
stantly to build rich. red health and
vigour building blood. Ferrano also
revitalizes your liver and must make
=Ou feel younger, stronger and health-
er than In years, or your money back
is guaranteed. Get Ferrano from your
chemist today, the guarantee protect
you.


POND'S 2 CREAMS

used by the world's
loveliest womer









ROUND'S COLD CREAM me
at Hiti t lovely thorough
cleansing. Smooth oM face and
toarot and pa V"ipe off. See
how hiningo omb how much
softer, amesher your skis
looks and m
POND'S VjAUZSIWCRAUX--
m iM tor w M ig M a powd.
*ase s6d pint
It'sMhdoty i m yi *At J.
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be
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to
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with a cap when yo n
ea, because frequgat
sIt water will not do
any good and Is bt g
you cannot get a r
they seem to be ptug
existent in the mh ',
experiment with txi
of material until yoI
thing which will lt
ome protection ad L
with your outfit.


Women 1

Share In I
A year and a hl I
Nancy Hsrkness LOT I
branch of the U.S. m
Women's Airforce
now known a the UN
these women hive lW
doing their share Inft
They have flown I
30,000.000 miles, towIh
gei s for Anny AllMli
shoot at. breaking i S
and working I1% I
offiolals.
Their rhief chore,. -
been, and still Is, -
planes. They skyhq M
coast.
The ships they ,,Bw
trainers, and eonm=
weather, a trip mlM
The WASPS stick It I
pilot would be Im pl
Of course, accidents
so far only a m a
lost their lives.
The WASPS an
the A A. Ferrftllf
Romulus, MIchifal
Delaware: Long ,a
and DIlsa. Texas.
A law was pswt 1
legitim se the WAH if
them omffcially a part .
with the same kind a
WACS. WAVUl,
men Marines.


Uer quicK relief


from


The stabbing, agrindi
pains of Rheumatism are
Nature's warning that
certain vital organs are
not performing their ap- I
pointed task. For the
pain in joints and muscles
is due to the formation of
sharp crystals from uric acid
which have escaped into the
system.


at do L-0S to
Ith brefr
pm shIdd

: n w wi sa '
n~SMa l


Conservative Bathink

Are The BestForMos W%


Snappy Utile Two-pice 3IW
Ar O( y For Girl. With G

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Irresthatib ne rtwouldnbe f tm1in r, l a. t he
et, lodtk rsa iiirant "Iist lt f -shapedK'
bt t eay, a nd she I m a pItr a ive in alt
har guets t
Sundy morning nvatta UU'WT AND Unpg
t relrax tion ldaMAmo AM ertainsae a uut




wohave lived here for wh eof ten sorely need
hae tako enow awy toh them ha I Any om"an wl
,vnted but It rEnto pdobab aoe mut, baaI a e. ap
back'e thave noode a, n--) 1 t '+..d tot dl'ar
memories of rum punch and wa sn watch to on g
mning in T hrinidad. doe not grip bher e I
WATCH YOUR KINM
A swimming party as the IdAl j
ocearlon for a girl with a lovely I L
figure to show up to the best ad- .-y
vantage, but to do so she must. o ; o
course, have a good carriage, tbe i de 4,L
well-groomed, with a clear skin
and no unsightly growths of super- _
fluous hair o detract from her r i
cT-irnm. A spotty or muddy-look-o tat s, i
Ing skin is anything but attractilte se o
and can completely mar the ap- r l h
pearance of a girl with A perfect t j
figure. as can superfluous hair. The
wise woman will pay particular o s prt.
ttlention to these very Important er nt W
details always, so that she Is never Thl i a read
caught out by an unexpected Invi- bathing dress e
tation at short notice, for a bath- It Is mnde In weeoi
ing suit cionnot be relied upon to knit. wilUlve uW
conceal defects of this kind. PO'* and Ua flh
perfect ft"
SNAPPYSUITEthe legs or at the topi
The girl with a good flurt, who so that she develops
watches her skin and grooming bulge of superfluou n
carefully, is fortunate indeed, for completely spoil her
she can wear almost any style of Is difficult to get Ju
swimming suit with equal success- amount of support
even the snappy little two-piece much restriction, bt*
affairs which are so trying to many done, and the result i
women. But she should remember any effort entailed.
that 11 Is necessary to choose out-
fits which are of good qnallty, and CAPS
I %_j Remember ton rod


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Talk Of 'Trinidad

A0 f Itf lUuesuS Ommwttee
gjY A SXImt at OBMust Mouse. A mt'urned
anIL 0. Umdti bR a 104& bWee vaguest at Govern-
for the peAt few dams
S, S. *
I RiU, O the Afting OovIernor ha promised to attend a
i allpm at the Quem's Park Oval tomorrow afternoon at
!] gi lil Belamot Orphanage landd champions) and "The
Will be a bond concert before the game by the Belmont
Sm SBand and refreshments will be on sale. Entire proceeds
towards the Win-the-War Amoclatioa's War Welfare fund.
I on Tuesday for Caracas., where he will spend a fortnight,
[ .llr, Belrnard Deane, an employee Of the Standard Oil Company
HW than 20 years. Mr. Deane, who Is a visitor to these parts.
si I suing Uthrough on his way to other parts of South America.
S me he Is on a combined business and pleasure trip.
1, GARSCHAR.EN was made very happy a few days ago
i ishe received news through the Australian Red Cross that
*, whom she had not heard about for two years, is alive
i a civilian internment camp In Java.
1 *
S the flirt time, a telephone call was put through to the United
S from the Hotel de Paris on Friday, when Mr. E. Mauzy, a
I the hotel, who arrived here a few days ago, spoke to hil wife
| M er members of his family.
[ B TBD member Mand their guests are Invited to a guest
H iht at the Coterie of Social Workers' community centre on
y, ay24.C
I I of the Trinidad Country Club will be permitted to In-
I reduce guests on the occasion of the Empire Day dance on
i/l Y~~, May 24, on condition that they submit the names and
I.oJI f their proposed guests for the purpose of Issuing honorary
p cards.
C *
I .ERICOURT, French-American pianist, who gave such an
I'putatanding recital at Polnte-a-Pierre on Tuesday last, left the
4 anWednesday for Colombia. It was' unfortunate that circum-
d not permit a recital In Port-of-Spain. The next "Concier-
artist to be presented in Trinidad will be the great Czech
Rudolf Firkusny, whose concerts were postponed because of
i theUnited States.
-jp. pirkusny's Port-of-Spain concert Is fixed for June 18 and his
-a-Pierre appearance for June 20. Bookings have not yet opened
e-a-Pierre, but are continuing at Davldson and Todd's for the
-pain concert.
attending the grrnd dance by the ladles' section of the
uese Association carded for May 27 are assured of a gala
Sthe ladles are doing everything possible to attain that end.
the following night a dance will also be given to commemo-
,tlile 18th anniversary of the present regime of Portugal, an occa-
!an which every member should be present. For both of these
i^. the Moderneers orchestra will attend. Members and friends
.&l i.iid to obtain their tickets as early as possible, ss admission will
IiK tickets.
Xmpipre Theatre was filled to capacity and hundreds failed to
if admission to the recent concert by Mr. Mazuras All. East
baritone, with Mr. McD. Carpenter, violinist, as assisting
eand Mr. J. Donald Greaves as accompanist.
.All, with Mr. Carpenter and Mr. Greaves, will be appearing
lond concert at the Empire Theatre on May 31 in an entirely
gammie. He will sing In English and Spanish and will in-
three operator arias. Mr. Carpenter will play Mendelssohn's
ilngs of Song" and Dinficu's "Hora Staccato," arranged by
Helfeta. Mr. All expects to appear in San Fernando at the
Theatre on June 7.
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J.i ORMOND-RIDDEL, who ban returned recently from the
I hlted States, where he went for health purposes, is, I am glad
belI ._, much Improved. Mr. Riddel, who is one of the best flautists
di!ir r in Trinidad, will play at the concert to be given by the
Ilm. elections of the Royal Victoria Institute on Thursday, June 1.
F PAUL GREIR, of Polnte-a-Plerre, huas left Trinidad for
l b niada. She is going to stay with her parents In Ontario until
d!L'1 l joins her in August, when he expects to be able to
b! M is long leave In Canada with her. They both plan to return
tB-a-aP erre In November.
S. t. and Mrs. C. L. Bailey have also gone to Canada on long
5'f Il fem _Pointe-a-Plerre, while Mr. A. Thompson has left Trinidad
'fit H ,Ltd., and returned to his home In Canada, accompanied
ai wife and children.
ITUtT concert will be held at St. Benedlet's College, San Fer-
!l ado. no Friday June 9, at which well known artistes from
4Bpli-In have promised to appear, and Dr. Peter Rostant, to-
B-- lt other members ofa the Southern Dramatic Society, will
tart in the programme.
ob~eot of this entertainment I to raise funds for the pur-
tfr e a rand liano, the possession of which will make the holding
c oncerts in fln Fernando a practical proposition, and
FlrpeJ that all music-lovera will give their enthusiastic support
efflitort.
se mats at the show will be priced at $lM5, while un-
nleate will be available at $1 and 72 cents, and the arrange-
w- are in the hands of the Hon'blo T. M. Kelshali.
Fp Unagement of MiS Freda Harford. the daughter of Mr. and
Edwin Harford, of Vendome, Grenada, and Mr. Stephen
m.lan of Mrs. Scott and the late Mr. Oerard Scott, was an-
Sal a luncheon party held at Mis Harford'a home while the
Were on holiday there.
altWLL dinner party was given at the St. Clair Officers' Club
y Monday for Colonel Doback, who will be leaving Trinidad
jSto return to the United States. Colonel Doback will be greatly
BY B his local friends.
^ IHOng those at the party wer Ms. Bob Chisi, Mrs. Carmen
v .Major Barcus, Major Hal Miles and Miss E. Hutchinson. After
t, te party went to the Trinidad country Club, where they
to music upped by the juke-bo.


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welfaree -activities- in the-colony
after the audience of electors and welfare activities n toe colony
non-electors had heard the Hon'ble and fostering a higher sense of
Henry Belmar, the member for the citizenship.
district, and supporters. TJ ini The Force
In Castries, a two-member con-.J T e F c
stituency, opinion In favour of an Crp
election was unanimous. Sunday Guardian Correspondent
The Legislative Council "recently KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent, May
passed a Bill reducing the salary 20. Three young Vincentian left
qualification for voters at Castries by 'plane this week for Trinidad to
Town Board elections from $288 enlist for active service.
to $144 a year, the first reduction They are Mr. Elson Weekes,


in qualifications since the wholly storeKeeper, electricity department,
elected Board was established in who is to meet the selection board
1891'). of the Trinidad Royal Naval Re-
serve with the hope, if accepted,
Education Centre to get a commission in that service;
Miss Joyce Hazvll and Miss Hya-
Sunday Guardian Correspondent. cinth Gibson. vho will join the
CASTRIES. St. Lucia.-The Cas- A.T.S.
tries Town Board has approved the .
request of Mr. Percy Barber, Edu- Mlerchanlts Protest
cation Officer, for the Old March-
and Cemetery as the slite of the Sunday Guardian Correspondent
ropo .Sed education centre. KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent May
The board has forwarded the re- 0.-. The St. Vincent Statutory
quest to Government stating that Rules and Orders 1944, No. 32, re-
they have no objection to the use cently published with schedules re-
of the site for the purpose. latlng to the Prices Control Order.
have evoked objection by mer-
Churchmanl Dies chants, who contend that several
nday Gardian Corpondentof the items listed and the percen-
........r.. .tage of profits designated have not
ST, GEORGE'S, Grenada. May been reasonably proportioned.
20."Mr. Henry Hosten, veteran
nimember of the St. Mark's District At a general meeting of mer-
Board and proprietor, died recently chanit six delegates were chosen
at the age of 72. who met the Control Board last
Hundreds attended the last rites week and presented their case.
at the St. Mark's Anglican Church These were Mr. W. J. Abbott, Mr.
of which he was a devout member R. E. Baynes, Mr. F'red .Dare, Mr.
and church warden tor a number C. M. Gill. Mr. Edgar Gibson, and
of years. He was also a member Mr. Eldon Smith.
of the Island Churcih Council and The merchants' objections were
Synod representative noted and the Board promised to
give careful consideration to them
when certain figures in support of
Woman Mednico their objections were submitted.
Sn.. Gad. It is understood that the figures
Sunmy tGO ran o'respona denthae now been submitted to the
ST. GEORGE'S, Grenada, May controller of Supplies to be pre-
2. -Miss Ada Date, daughter of rented at the next meeting of the
MIrs. Linda ate of St. Andrew's, Control Board.
and the late J. C. Date, who was a
student at the London Hospital, has Case For Butchersa
paused her finals in medicine and
will take up a post in England next Sunday G guardian Correondent.
month. KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent. May
Dr. Ada Date was educated at 18 As a result of representations
the Church of England High School made on behalf of the butchers of


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'Untrammelled By Government Officials _

a t. Vincent, the Government is in- .a
KINGSTON, Jamalca. May 13.-Proposals for a Wet AIdian I quir whether the Colony's sup- u lu
Colonies Conferene "uatrammell by oscialls named by OGevern- p flivestock Sladequate. U
metsl was mad I the Lilative ouneil today by Dr. owald A deputaion representing the
Anderson, Mayor of Kingston, Member for St. Andrew sad Prident butchesand comprising Mr. Stan- w
of the Elected Member, Associ ation, in his speech on the Budget, ley M. de Frets, t.barrister-at-lmw.
Dr. Anderwn laid;: "We want a ------ -.. and M. Robert M. Andemr o ,ol-
eonference where men and women for Girls here, and at the Bishop'se dtor and newspaper editorat.walted
of these colonies will meet and High School, Trinidad. ,n His xcelency theGove
discuss conditions peculiar to their yesterdav to bring to his notice the
homelands, discuss their industries, .. .
collaboration for markets win St. L ei n Promoted hors'-t cty I obtaining
S transportation of for sau er.
a pis ,tfo tat inoeo Sunday Guaran Croeseast Mr. de Freltas contended that
puland civil sermis of Government' ST. GEORGS. Grenada,. May there is an adequate supply since
d civil services." 20.. .-Mr. E. C. King. former Junor exportation of horned anima has I
He referred to the recent Domi.- master of the Grenada Boys' See- for some time been banned and I
onions Conference saying that the ondary School, who has for some that the Controller of SupleIs l
colonies were forgotten there. He time now filed the post of chief should use the authority ofthe t r -,
charged that the conference dim- warder, has been appointed on aei Defence Regulations to compel the *cMli
crimination against the Colonial months' probation from May 1. as aleof animals to the butchers. "--
peoples for while it made plans Superintendent of Prisons. The Governor stated that It was Tot 8.0
even for the Japanese population For several es past the Super- not the Oovernment's policy to l.o ..-
It said nothing about the TO million intendent of Police ha alteo Ib seize, but he expected co-operation fltfT
Colonial non-European peoples. Superintendent of Prisons. from stock owners to meeI local llr l
Dr. Anderson declared: "The, A St. Luclan, Mr. King was on needs. *I
time has come when the colonies the staff of St. Mary'e College, Cas- Mr 0. K. Robinson. Controller of
themselves must reallfs that they tries. St. Lucia, before cooming to Supplies, who was in attendance I- W9m
are ste, sisters of the Dominions Grenada. with His Honour the Adminlstra-
and should tnilte with the object He is secretary of tihe Grenada tar, said that Mr. F. A. Casson has
of self-preservation." Boy Scouts' Assoclatlon aed a Die- promised to assist with a supply Net time, you get en attack of
trict CommiMssioner. His keenness of animals from his Le.eward es- I ..... ys.t'h- ,- ..
General Electiomi as a sports organlser and general tates. /tou h artby u tn mcr si headac-
General ElectinO boys' chum has been an Invaluable tion, heartburn or f ick h ndci,
Sunday Guardian .Cerrespolndent. asset to the island in Juvenilelso- Plan Shehlved get quick relief the Alka-Seltser
CASTRIES, St. Lucia.-General cial welfare work. .. way. Alks-Seltzir is a combina-
elections here are likely to be held lunda- Guardian Correspondent. tion of pain-relieving and alka-
in June following public opinion Youth Service ST GEORGE'SGrenada May lizinlg ingredients. So it quickly
hprem d s tn favou fr of holding 20 The St. George's District helps to ease the discomfort of
e originsl ally nmfter.l war Sunday Guardian (Corrspoadent Board has decided to shelve until indigestion. Also helpstoconrrect
At hi' e ut ? o fi' Arth,,u. ST. GEORGOE'S Grenada, May there is an Improvement In its the cause of the trouble by neu-
Grimble Go e rnor of thi W i 20.-'"Youth Service In Britain" was present financial position a recomn- tralizing excess gastric acidity.
ward Islands, public meetings have the subject of an interesting talk mendation of the Street Committee ......
b.een held t o d .iscuss the given by Mr. H. J. Padmore., du- for the stepping of cobble-stoned Qmlck, Pleasant Reef
an there haldto an' o'verhelm- cation Officer, to the Grenada Boy.' Market Hill. Drop .n Aka.Seltsor tablet or two In
and tahoritya.infeavour. we Secondary School-Church of Eng- The sharp gradient of the hill, sio of water. Drink it when .ser-
At one meeting, however at -land High School for Girls' Lit- also known as Constitution Hil'. vrning stops. it is not a laxotiw.
Anse-Ila-Raye, in the Western el- erarv Socicty. and it t SmOOth-worn Surface has Pleaisnt-tooting, quick-scting Alka-
toral disi--tri the.r wa -majtority Mr. Padiore urged local young been the cause of many Spills to ,it,,r e .om'. in two sio. Look f6W
of 67 votes to i aawnstt holding folk to emulate the example of pedestrians. It was felt that the the. buhind-hit package.
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BidW Ctutiesnts M-
is sloe whto eomphisn that My articles an
M MSilI ral datela larger ar my
A7 thaPe,1410they suepet. I myself have
go much as pfld a l fta or putt d
pen W th to at. wo for mi taa an
a lto ya fI and eludes me. Indeed, for
rn bsortheble tosts~we aa I make
IINo I S a e eto Inability to wrlts the
OS glth I b in mind as the standard of a
^"K'w5Utheon people who amr long sufferingr
rIug to attempt reading what I write can be
!h AIG to master more patience than I achieve
myself, then I may dare hope to survive this
ratn period of growig pain.,
ST bus far this read uncommonly like a furtive
otVo7la, ani o this week it may not be altogether
5lprpriate to deal with the subject of explanations.
It and a gai these have proved to be extra-
lnarly dangrous and even lethal so that as often
eueonemay be recommended as the golden rule.
SHumph." said my headmaster to me once, "the
whole thing did not look nor sound half as bad until
ye" tried to explain it."
Some Incidents are beat dropped and however
aperficially disingenuous, resort to the "blind eye
l.liey ls often the only aane expedient. This was
ivper truer than in the case of the alleged "Charles"
Iacid"nt In Barbados.
Of course there will always bhe room for more
tan one opinion about the way In which incidents
this sort should he treated. Given certain ondi-
tfnns the problem "to speak or not to speak" ia
Rever es to sqiuare.,I. .
i UIf all the reports are trustworthy. then It lI
C lat likat, that In a tenselv exciting moment I
hrles may have been the hapless victim of an
tlnwitting Injustice. Assuming this to hbe so, then
both Charles and the Trinidad team aa a w-hole were
titled to an "amends honorable"
1 If the issue could have been narrowed within
ta limits of this compass, then the incident deposed
f relatively easy solution, Unfortunately. however.
"ay contretemps nf t his nature cannot he i-olatr,]
or zoned at will. In this Instance the sportsmanship
of Barbados was equally compromised and could nnt
he neutrallsed, while to add to the misfort,.iie. there
was the outstanding complicAtinn of the ner-onil V
InteRritv of a great and jiustlv renowned West Indian
personality being also at stake.
Jn view of these highly combustible h and griolv
nnisequential circumstances there are some who
Behind The Curtain
The political eye of the West Indlies are
focused on little Orenn(la with her 90,000 lhali-
tlat, har sweeping eascape. and picturesque coun-
tryside. In t. Oeorge's. quaint capital of thil emer-
ao Isl;e, a legalaatie election is being fought that.
for a number of very important reasons, hIas ap-
tivated the political Im.ginaLion of the entire WcFt
Indies.
Great men make ordinary events outstanding.i
S ordinary citrcumstmance, This election in St
OGeorgl's. like so many previous ones, would have
paMed with little notice Its interest would hair I
remained safely guarded within the confines of its
own terrain, and there might have been some desult-
ory moment upon 'ta result in the newspapers of
the other Islands. Nothing more.
This election, however, has blossomed forth into
a Wert Indian event of the first magnitude, primar-
Ily because of T. Albert Marryahow. Because he is
betin f opposed, the election has b''Orne a laboratory
lest of politics In tha West. Indies: and b'cat.'e of
the chaaetctr of the opposition, the el,'ctlon rel'ets
In nerocosm exitlnil political trends and evils in
the Wst Indies.
That ls why there has been such a swift bur-
georn of Tpopular sentiment on his behalf
out oA the length and breadth of the We't
Indilt, I have been privileged to be on the spot and
to PUntlue an exhaustive inquiry in'o the iridentt
.L Trinidad I was s served the familiar dish of
euiBea aid absurdities well-seasoned with West
Mj--hot asaurce: Ohi Mar'ty:'how Is getting old;
be Is too friendly with the Governor of Orenada;
he spoke disiparagtngly of the West Indian National
Party: Juliet has a good chance of beating htim,
Well, well! Wal there ever more elegant poppy-
eoeh?
Though T. Albert Marryshow has given years of
ItUitm toll to the cause of Weast Indian nation-
atm a od heo ISouly taxed hil flnanclal and
roawe ta the Inspired effort, he is today
if abte (a most astute. the most experienced.
most rsorweeful politilcian In the West Indies
Or need of him hals never been quite as great ais
i Is today.
e Is tooe friendly with the Movernor? Alas Tns
ti the old inferiority complex t in a new "It'
fWt t' uet-qup? What is the suggestion? Is It that
to be erode, to be uncultured, to be anti-soctiial "
Sthe Ideal olitlical peronalitv 5ctitI'itcI tI)tt
Te Tndlais Peonple who econnsume that kind nf
tpe should paustte for a momnnt and ask thern--

European Backdrop
Let te dead have their rest. In the crm.e of
Iarn, it would have been beet to leave It at thit.
rat wMth his name re-appearing in public debate.
te lid of his coffin has beea lifted and so i the re-
deotod ilIaenoe that surrounded his a, ato xince ii
e shot In the Summer P'alace at Aleie',..
S The easa of the dead Admir'l. anyhow, has
wer been closed. ven the circiunmtancte of his
doth have Dnot really been -leare tip and the, ,x,.-
latlon of a shooting youngster has not solved the
rtstery. Posterity called him alternatively a nni.
taken haro and a double-crossing opportunist. All
Uat has made the dead Admiral one of the most
notable figure in recent history.
Strolling around such a man's grave, Is rather
eaitCsing In the hour as the curtain over the he-
inglt of the end might rie any minute, A minor
etor in that other show, the ind of the beginning
I North Africa, he has all the tiie been a source
more or les outApoken discord between re' born
ance and her allies. IThe signature he put under
t accord with the American general Mark Clark,
i stifn valid, according to London and Waushington.
It It quite understandable that generall
(dharles do Gaulle and his Committee of National
I lhberation are not satisfied with this state of affairs.
'th the Commttes'a political status utinder discua-
Son, they do not eonalder thmselves hound tv an
Sreement signed by the dubious Admiral. A* far
S k as November last, negotiations had begun to
e the unfortunate accord admittedly surpassed
tte couraa of events. The progress, apparently,
bps been very slow and If not a last-minute agree-
rtt, I concluded, Francs will have to face her
lbration under the shadow ot a ma!i whom most
!, his fellowe-citiaens consider a ti'altor.
d It Is for good reasons that the committee of
Zgtlnnal Liberation want to remove this shadow
Wlch moreover, is an obstacle to their final recog.
n ton u the Provisionial Government of the French
spuil lc.
; They have tuifcient proof In their hands
that It would he ths wrong thing for France to re-
cgniats the signature of the dead Admiral, They
cbh also prove that the classic turncoat abused even
the confidence of Robert Murphy, representaive of
>GE-T UP.'

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would have ben eoateot to e a fta Io~- !t
Aiection of Charles tf the =unog a" USN Tot
aa homourahe I uiuMatIm of ia e in th, ate-
dent. Teftafter tr aths gIj et U ben
gratefly laid to reot. Any fttept at CpllaeIl .
howevd public spirited. atlWa w" lable to o a
NCfre-lve twstat
Thus the wlnnaing of matches Is so egfe s
etriterion of a team's neeos. Thisto I now amneod
as only Incidental to a tour to whi divideIds atle
reckoned In the currency of goodwill aa erai"
mutual underatanditng. Skill, i thmrfore, the
ironing out of dlflleiltle and ood tm t he
face of provocation Is as i tvafub today the
ability to kick the whining goal or aotch the cruleie
century.
When a famous English eaptatin and as equally
famous bowler together devised a theory whih
envenomed bowling and terrorlsed batsmen t theory
did not lung survive trial. It was promptly repudi"o
ated by public opinion ead as readily disaearded by
cricketers. The theory had demonstrated Its poten-
tialitis as a match-winnlnjr asset, but becausetM
Injured the underlying spirit atof cricket and sharp-
ened tempers, England wes prepared instead to
surrender supremacy In cricket.
In spoILt. the British once aglan reveal chara.
teristic genius. No nation Is more games-loving
or more assiduous In the export of sport and yet
none Is less the slave to sport. amms are never
allowed to get out of hand and degenerate Into an
nhbession absorbing all pasaion and Interest, They
are retained In their proper sahere and encouraged
as a fruitful mean of occupying leisure, of leaven-
Ing social life with discipline and consideration for
others, and of promoting comradeship. Employed
in this way games have been Great Britain's moot
efficient and effective ambassador.
In the West Indies. port must be made to
acrnilre this emphasis and rivalry In skill must not
o'itaee the desire for the promotion of goodwill.
All the Indications point to the Trinidad side which
vi.it'd Barbados recently as an Ideal touring team.
'a hanip. frmll", It is said much was due to Dr.
Fiancis. Prior Jones and Eric James.
'T'hI ls a good augury. Dr. Francis lI an enthu-
siast, Prior .Tones i1 painstakingly and tirelessly
rompr'tent, while Eric James i well known as an
irhne' and Indefatieahle secretary. We ma* he
infltdent, therefore, that together In Barbados they
served the all-Important cause of West Indian unity
with distinction. prudence and sober discrimination.

By Ubiquitous
seves- cain we point to one act, one word of T. Al-
brr Marr.sniow that must reasonably be construed
as being hostile to the welfare of his people?
Enough of that.
He spoke disparagingly of the West Indian
National Party? But Is there really a West Indian
Nationili Party in Grenada in the same sense as
there is one in 'ITnildad? Let me tell you what I
tate discovered. The West Indian National Party
in (;rena'la has no rcniirt-'t', whatever with the
party In Trinidad, the very tenuous umbilical cord
Joining tltrn.m being s riclv one of nomenclature.
Indeed. it would not be unkind of me to suggest that
lre name of the party in Grenada might well be
the Julien National Party. since three members of
the executive happen to be tlhe President's em-
I)j-yv'fs.
That of course might be purely adventitious -
arid, uigain, it might not be. Still, it does aeem to me
that the party so-called is simply convenient pollti-
critl ecor.
,Jiiihen has a good chance of beating him? I
T1am :t ,)(x1 1heance if tlestro\Inlg himself forever politically.
if h-e Derilst. in opposing Marryshow and does not
forihwithi bea' a graceful retreat. As it is, he has
dolne serious damage, not only to his 6wn poiitlcal
riputatrion, iut to the ambitions of the West In-
ditri Notiolal party throughout the West Indies.
W I N. oiiiut secriouslv to consider dissociating
1t1 l' frtin Julien's candidature and formally re-
rt'i",'i';., Iit" to desist from his present Intention.
1i' !!w, ;ie of 'he partv that is really at stake.!
A '*r t tie (contestants o. it is a clear case of
noi'i.' ,halk and cheese since in my opinion, by
to *relhi of conceit or of imagination, can Jullen
be cominpare.! with Marryshow.
At the mammoth maM meeting held In the Mar-
ke, Square, St. George's, last Monday evening In
support, of Marr show's candidature, speaking from
the steps of the District Board Office, Orantley
Adams provoked a tidal wave of applause when he
exhorte- Julien to oreservp his political reputation
Ini that of the West Indian National Party by
refnritimnt f:oni his fratrlc!dial purpose.
Adan maride it oulte clear that the election Is
rot a (tri.nada election, but Is West Indian In Its
Qci)it anid imnorttnce, since It touches the very
le-,1' el! We\f Indian unityv aiid political aspiration.
t'tir! 1. tlii redeeming feature about the in-
', i i- h,'avr: the manner in which oolltical
otyii'lm i' the Islands lias reacted to its Implica-
',lin fort eR Fi al ll ps e for the future.
Ri g FrY *Y. nilvfs


Jpfy ""fI gv rf9- I
th. '*t1.1d States who played such an eminent part In
UiIe preparation of the landings in North Africa.
The proof for that can be found In a docu-
mnit o hiring all details of the happenings on the
far fit tnti ht of November 7, 1942. It is the report
, if ttiging Ftrenchmen who had planned close co-
to ralnr with the landing Americans, Their re-
i'tlin g reports are part of a "Yellow Book" which
will I pubhlished after the war and throw full light
un tlii conrused chapter of history.
The report I have under my eyes, tells the
story ,of that night simply but dramatically. The
scene is the Villa des Oliviers In Algieris, residence
or General Alphonse Juiln who now leads the vic-
torlousia French divisions in Italy. It was to that
villa that Robert Murphy had convoked Admiral
1-arlan at midnight. It was there that the Ameri-
can plenipotentiary broke to him the news of nima-
ilve landings that same night, demanding that he
give orders to avoid tuaeless fighting. Darlan re-
fitisei categorically. The terms of the Franco-
Geniriman armistice, h said, would be respected.
While outside the villa Fighting French guards
tnke over without meeting resistance, Darian ia In-
formed that he is a prisoner. Murphy cannot per-
ruade him to change his mind, The Admiral finally
asked for authorization to send a personal letter to
the French Admiralty, giving his solemn word of
honour that the letter does uot contain an order
to fight.
One* member of the American eonsaulate is
designated to deliver the letter, Pasing by one of
the guards, he is questioned and the letter opened.
It contained formal orders to the Admiralty to
stand to the armistice terms, In other words, to re-
slat the "aggressor."
lThe letter written In Darlan's own hand is now
safely kept by the author of the report front which
this edifying scene li reproduced. Without being a
blasphemy, it amply confirms the dead Admiral's
reputation as an obscure gentleman aad the Fiht-
ing Frenchmen's desire to be disconnected from his
earthly doings,
''ho Allies' meeting thils desire satisfaetorily,
would complete the political setting for invaslon.


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SGovernment Railways

|. NOTICE '


Awrangemebt:S Empire Day ani
Monday, 24th & 29th May, 1944.

ma' r d, a pcal train will leae Port-of-Spain
an Fernando arriving there at 5.M3 p.m. I will
do at 6.13 p.m. for Port-of-lSpain arriving there
Day. May 24th and Wbit-Monday, May 28, all pa-
Wirun as per Sunday Sdchedule.
May 30th, a special train will leave Port-of-Spain
do at 3.50 a.m., arriving there at 5.48 a.m.
GOODS TRAIN SERVICE.
Y, May 24th and Monday, May 29th, goods train
bsupended. The usual service will be resumed on
25t and Tuesday, May 30th.
notbe accepted for shipment after 3.30 p.m. en
I 23rd, and after 1.00 p.m, on Saturday, May 27th.
h Goods will not be accepted for shipment after 3.30
IpriY, May 26th, until 8,00 a.m. on Tuesday, May 30th.
J. L. Adamson,
General Manager of Railways.


* M ^(ar 1344.


ISLANDS' SERVICE


r Da

wire Day
r
*


1 essday


S.f26


and Whitsun Arrangements:

MAY, 1944


23rd: 9.30 a.m.....lesves for Islands and Chacachacare
2.00 p.m.... leaves Chacachacare for Port-of-
Spain via Islands.
S24th. ....NO SERVICE.
25th: 5.00 a.m.....leaves for Monos direct.
7.00 a.m.....leaves Monos for Port-of-Spain vkrt
Islands. (Approxirate time of ar-
rival at Port-of-Spain 9.15 a.m.)
ith: 12. p.m....... leave for Iskands and Ohacachacare
4.00 p.m.....leaves Chacachacare for Port-of-
Spain via Islands.
27thl 2.00 p.m.... leaves for Islands and Clecachacare
6. 1 p.mn.... leaves Chacachacare for Port-of-
Spain via Islands.
29th:
nday) ....NO SERVICE.
30th: 6.00 a.m..... leaves for Cl-,icachacare direct.
8.30 a.m..... leaves Chacachacare for Port-of-
Spain via Islands. (Approximate
time of arrival at Port-of-Spain
10.45 a.m.)

E. Hemmings,
Acting Harbo-jr Master.


,4is".

I AD GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS


f NOTICE


.Ilfectlve from Saturday, May 20th, the 10.50 a.m.
ex P.O.S. to Couva, and 12.45 p.m. train ex
Ito P.O.S. (Saturday trains) are cancelled, and
tluted by the following trains
J*la .... dep. 10.15' a.m. Couva .......... dep. 12.03 p.m.
l.......... arr. 11.44 a.m. P.O. Spain ...... arr. 1.39 p.m.

A3 .0.Monda.Haym22ndo ndwnil nlfunrashfr a npnotcate1.3
V tre at 13.19 a-rm.
e turn trio of this train which at present leaves Hamble-
'1.20 a.m. is cancelled and substituted by a train leaving
at 12.35 amn.. arriving P.O. Spain at 1.02 a.m.
t, the same date (Monday. May 22nd). the Princes Town
s71Train will run on the revised schedule shewn below:-


DOW

aing.........
*fondo ............
^iI XQn."'::::;:::

Lftnon. .............
le ... .........
-state........;:.
m U l..............
Ul


VN TRAINS
dep. 6.38 am.
915
9.21-22
9.27-28
9.32-35
9.41-42
945-49
9.55-56
10.03-06
10.11-12
arr. 10.25 am.
P TRAINS


*aM .............. dep...
Irf Fatate ....
"alie ........
isond. ...........
tm o d .. ............
ft Haill '.''.''.'.'.'..

eftnando"
I-Ogain .............. a".


L..
Rb May, 1944.


500 a m.
5.10-11
5.16-18
5.25-26
5.32-34
5.37-38
544-46
5.55-56
8.02
8.45 a.m.


12.00 p.m.
3.30

2.39-40
2.40-51
3.00-02
3.15 p.m.


10.45 s.m.
10.55-S7
11.09-11
11.17-19

11.30
1.58 p.m.


5.04 p.m.
8.00
8.06-07
8.12-13
8.17-19
8.35-36
8.29-31
837-38
8,45-47
8.52-53
9.03 pi.


3.40 p.m.
3.50-51
3M5-58
4.06-06
4.12-.4
4.17- .8
434-28
4.20-30
4.34-35
4.40
7.19 p.m.


J. L. ADAMSON,
General Manager.


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FBBC Introduces 'Invasion' N Rpt cbinet Ecuador-Peaac
CrIsis In Bulgaria
Voice For European Servicem 3ne Dispute Over
--The Genrwn News Agencies undm*En^ I
LONDON, May 30 (Router) .-The B.. European Service In I ts a yW today that they to Bo
regular English feature 'Landon Calling Europe," this afternoon another Cabinet crisis in B -- --
troduced to listeners a new inglish voice which they were told they garla. RIO D9 JANEIRO, May 20 (AP) L
must learn ISOMto ogni. It was the voie of a member of the staff The Premier is said to have -Ans unimpeachable source con-
offered his realgnatl to the SMn d today that Peru and Rua-
of General Dwight Eisenhower, the Supreme Commander. Regency Council, and a Cab have accepted boundary set-
The staff ofcer, who speaks+-- net reshuffle is reported to be =ement 0flw frontier sections
slow, distinct English. is the man This was the first time the sta- taking place. The Premier took ropfsed by Dr. Aranha the ra-
who will Introduce the speakers tlon has been used to issue orders over the -ulgarian Govern Ilan FU *g 11 M er In accord
giving advice and Instructions to the Underground Army. nent leadership last Septem. with oe lr t me"dtrs, and reed
how the people of occupied Europe General Eisenhower did not per- her following the collapse of to a00e0 4i G'c*of lines of
are to prepare themselves for the tonally broadcast the message Italy. two remaining disputed tro-
final phase of the struggle for which was transmitted by his -..-...-... .. -..._e...s 'ua the decision of the
liberation. The message are being spokesman. The spokesman said UttrAl abltU!ow named by Pru
repeated in the French, Flemish. "the commander counts upon you A' T' a c
Belgian, Dutch and Norwegian as part of his force now being The two countries are cu. to
service of the .B.BC. and by marshalled to inflict the final de- ie up xehfn- notes on the new settle.
ABSIX, the new American broad- feat on the Germans and bring m&- with n afew daysthes text
casting station in Europe. about the final liberation of your of which will be released in IAma
As an additional security meas- countries." H ,loVe v ald Quito, as well as the Foreign
ure against the Germans putting Urging the underground to be a He wheich.- o o.
upn Impoetors, listeners in foreign "disciplined and vigilant," the wh Ichr in a ddition to BradL are
lawu broadcasts will also hear voice said: "Just the enemy triesthe tates Chile and At.
a record of the Englsh staff oM- t. discover our military intentions ;entne.
cer's voice and they will be asked to he will try to discover yours and LCONTINUEOD FRON PA ui Altogether, is frontier sections
to check Itwith the English trans. destroy. your organizations before are involved, 10 In the wetern
mihalctn. sYOu can co-operate with the Allied pu4ig back on has been known boundary sector and six In the
Today's rst mese told the forces which are coming." lotr sonu to tIQ it uentraf staff eter5n action of the Amasonas
eopl Awaiting liberation that the The spokesman urged the under- though It was not believed to be a area.
Allies will rely on tei help in ground to note the markings of hlghiy-or'i8 s poslin butI t The Ecuador.Peru Joint Comn.
any way, particularly for enemy vehicles in an attempt to ts apparently a prepared celence mittee reached a rtlafactory set-
many ways. artioularly for i learn the name of formations. postiun wit ,&lure, ostacles Of t 0leme on six of thee section
formation about the enemy's rul- how armed, the names of the some mag11 tute cludig a low- the western SI and four ns in the
lnU authorities. They should start senior oecers, the location of gaso- lyong area T er acluding a cuow- the W byBsit h and four in the
today observing the men more lene and ammunition dumps, head- lyn ae n e cut Amasn" l With a difference
closely, watching the enemy's quarters location the exact dates s in clai of each nation in the
movements and personalities, not. of any large milltarv movements Currcapondtnts' despatches make remaining six sections resulting
Inn where their headquarters are, th. habits and routes of despatch It clear tha. the Allied 5th Army in a stoulnate.
sltnal stations, minefields, booby riders, whether they go singly or hs nut Yet got right up to the new The medications were led by Dr.
trash, suDovlv dumps, and so on. escorted, look out for the laying eemny line. Near the east the Aranha who subsequently/ succeed- -
The people are advised to pool of mines and booby traps. Americans have occupied Itri and ed In establishing a satiafactory
their knowledge, but they are He said the next operations some high ground beyond it and settlement In four of the disputed I
warned to take great care, to give broadcast to "V" army would be are also in toe little port of Gaeta. western areas.,
their information to no one but Monday. Further north the French have The remaining two sections still
known patriots. -- pushed forward to capture among in dispute. are located in the Ama.
"Be patient above all," the other places San Allvia. At one lrona region and under the agree-
seaker said, "Hide all your, ..ac- s e .n point they routed @ company ot ments reached In the Impending
tior until the word is given." fl 10 Panzer Grenadiers, the Germans notes, will be decided 'iv a lone
The staff o er Introducing simply taking to their heels leasv- arbitrator named jointly hv the
him said: 'In due course you will e ing all their weapons behind. At disputing countries who will travel
receive advice and Instructions i other points the French captured to the area nersor.lly, subsequent-
from the Supreme Commander L IUU.RLU great dumps of enemy equipment ly making decisions.
himself. In the meantime, he intact showig ho ,sudden -and-
directs you to continue to note unpremeditted has been the tau
well and act on the advice and ofetle. h has the H tler e
Instructions by the speakers whom S py 'nthrJumble Sale Boosts
I introduce." line. The northern halt remains
ito e----linked up with the new swtch St Dunstan'ch
Europ'sIVatTOnNrgrondyw 1o(AP).--line. Corrftpondeists report that .Dst A
Europe's Vast Underground Mr dwardStettiniu., Unitedtheth Army has got to grips with Appeal
Gives Its First Orders States Under-Secretary of State,.toeArbast lget, t cor- w Proceed o JUh, s y
Declared today that the Bolivl- I tone bastion village, Pontecor- Proceeds of a jumhh, sale by
deLONDON, May cl0 (A-Gen an and Argentine stuatolns vo, and the Germans report heavy 3Mrs. Pringle added $165.73 to the
LONDON. May 30 (AP-Gen- an Ad Argentine situations u special $2,400 Appeal Fund for St.
eral Dwight Esenhower, Supreme were separate subjects requiring fighting this afternoon a little to Dunstan's, which now stands at
Allied Commander, gave his first separate treatment, and that the the north. About seven miles west ".
directed order today to Europe's report of Ambassador Warren and of Cassino 8th Army men are right rather donations acknowledged
vast Underground Army ready to subsequent study by all American up to the barbed wire of the line. by t.-Col. Roy Alston, vice-
strike on 'D" Day the invasion Republics6 would be confined to To get there they captured Aquino president, Trinidad St. Dunstan's
of Europe.) Bolvla. air field scattering a force of Ger. Agsociatlon for the Blind, amount
General Eisenhower's broadcast The Under Secretary made this man parachutists who were there to $213.37, as follows:
given over the new American statement in response to a ques- to defend It. Personnel of Royal Corps
broadcasting station In Europe tion whether Mr. Warren's report Around Monastery Hill Polish of Signals ....-........$ ( 4 \
advised the underground to take a touched on Argentina. and British troops are still mop it. M. Pocock, R.A............ 10O0
minute and detailed note of every A reporter also asked if the pre- ping up. It is announced that the Mrs. Pocock .. .......... 5 00
move of the enemy-his men, tanks sent study of Bolivia would lead fall of Cassino itelf cot the AlMr. John Pocock 00
and guns, slid their markings and similarly to Argentina, sinc 'lea very few calr.AlvinH.Thomas.0
strength. Argentines feel that recognition of f ualties.one great noHyTomS (50
Bolivia would be a stepping stone result of Its fall, according to Anonymous. ..... "5.00
Mwoule icael Reynolds, Is that Highy Mrs.Pringle (Proceeds of
to recognition of the Farrell re- Michaen oened to tak Huphliey Jumble Sale)165.71
gime. has been opened takesupplies MrErne*(-"ckel ...........10M
Control Board Mr. Stettinlus told reporters that forward to the 8th Army. For- Anonymous......... ...... 00
NOTICE, It was uncertain when Mr. War- merly, they had to go by poor roads ..............
NOTICE ren will be in Washington, adding leading to rather Improvised -., 13
that the duration of his visit was bridges across the Rapido further Already acknowledged 1.35200
unknown. Mr. Stettinlus also south...
-- strongly endorsed a statement by The tIilly of German priisoners Total to date S........$1565.37
Mr. Donald Nelson, head of the War taken since the Allied offensive be- -_ ..
Vulcanized Fibre Production Board recently before gan is now given to be more than .
the Inter-American Development 5.50 Ree Cross Launch ,o,
(Absorbent Paper) commission conference in New Allied aircraft yesterday flew ro La n R
(tAborbent Pap York wherein he urged prompt In- close on 2,300 sorties for the loss Invasion Appeal
dustriallastion of Latin-America. invasion A pp l
The Under-Secretary said that he of 10 machines.
agreed with Nelson's philosophy, He [According to An Associated
All Dealers, Importers and Users stated that Although history told Press despatch, a Gerrnn High In a stirring broadcast memige
(including Government Departments us that large industrialised na- Command broadcast acknow- on Friday night supporting the
and Municipalities) are requested tions have high standards of liv- ledged the loss of Campodlmele British Red Cross Society's Special
to submit to the Secretary of the ing. large manufacturing nation.r southwest of Pico and within Invasion appeal, His Excellencl
Control Board, not later than the become large traders of the world a few miles of Pico-the Ter- the Acting Governor, Mr. A. B
6th May, 1944, thttlr minlmunm es- In both exports and Imports. racing Line. fWrgar a urged listeners to cote
sentai requirements for the rest He said although anything in the In nine etys of this offensive tf and give full support to
of the year 1944, of VULCANIZED United nd ended to crush the German tund so that the Red Cro
ofIBRE trial expansion, any Latln-Ameri- intended to crUSh the German might be prepared for the addi-
Returns must give the following can country will benefit from this Tenth Army, the Germans tonal burdens which Invasion must
informations country economically and socially, have suffered considerable lo- necessarily bring. B
i) Unit of quantity (lb.)n es in dead, innumerable uple "We do not have to know any
(2) Minimum essentially Girlrnd tanks and yev. supplies- secrets or to have special gifts of
ments forim require iidad Girl Gets sister stubbornly Aneverd thel, re- foresight In order to measure the
(3)mAnttedsfourcs o sister stubbornly and the om- strain Imposed upon the Society at
,(3) Anticipated sources of sup- M d ia S l pagn remained a hard slug- this time," His Excellency said
ply, distinguishing between Medicall Schol. ging match with the Allies try- net .itii'*
United States of Americtw, ng match with the Allies try- It is to meet trit strain that
United Kingds om CAnadac,, Ing to throw in powerful new the invasion appeal has been
United Kingdom, Canada, Confirmation of recent "Guar- blows while the Germans are launched. The high record on
etc. If supplies are antici- dian' announcement' of the award still groggy. Formidable Ger- the local branch o r th oi
pated from sources other of medical scholarship to five man defences still guard the local branch of the Societyv
I munttns leaves me in no doubt that there Gi
than the United States of Trinidad students now attending Ltrt V.illey and the mountains mbe in n doub ta there G
America, i statement giving Canadian universities, was given In the Cassino area and a front will be s large response here lend
,reasons should be Included by Mr. 0. Rampersaud of 5 Henry line despatch from the Eighth thi art nf the won d, helCln
inreturnthspart in this asiworlmchele olny
in return. Street, who recently received a let- Army cautioned that "appar- Of Trintofdad and Tobago will t ke Colony
(4Full details of purposes for ter from his sister Miss Oiga Mavis ently very costly fighting Ist the lead nose, and they ,l rke
which supplies are to be Rampersaud disclosing that she still in prospect"1 ______ manywho have given regularly
used had been awarded oneo f the m_ and gnrh o he Re roussl
(5) Justification of requirements. scholarships. and generously to gn he Red Crohs,
Miss Rampersaud. whose name w ,,-rn :* ill gie Aai~n. Tose who have
of the above commodities w llenot was incorrectly given as Svli'. a is 1P incipal not given so far will give now, And
n the daughter of Mr. S. Ramper-if you have any doubt on whatyo
be made available to any Dealer a ert .Talk To 'Old Should give, I would say,: 'Decide
Importer or User who does not A former student of St. J3seph's 'S -0o s on what you know you can spare
conform to the Above conditions. ^ S UneT alks~uo ^ ^ r ^
conform to the above conditions. Convent, Miss Rampersaud is now a dollar or a cent or whatever It
pursuing studies at McGill UnIver- LCONTINUED FROM FPAGS 1 may bed double It tf you can, give
L. Spence, sit _______ been submitted to him bly Mr. It at once, and then consider whe-
Secretary, Control Board. Huthlnson ad said sithe re-.Jm- other you Sane give more,
EiBecretary, Control Board e Elections mendatlons made augured eOil lor "I feel there may be many ft-
Old Post Office Building, the future of the college. tening to me who will agree that
t. Vincet Street, Closed Mr. Hutchinson discloeed that a helpless desire to help broods
Port-of-Spain, NnminatiinS one of these recommendations was among us over the impending In-
for the appointment of a perman- vaslon see. Kr h our chance.
17th May, 1944. DUTTLIN, M.l 20 (APi .-Nomin eut second class clerk for the ol What we lv t o u r c
. .-= .=--=J?= .-= --,--==- >ationa in th Eire general elc- lege. He explained to the 'old may flow frir uo the line. The bat-
.. .....- Hna' t hai thi. We al Sound business ti. wa* mnint rn.., > h.. i- ...- -


Report On Rubber
Production, Ist May,
1944.

Rubber pr actionn for the first
four months "1944 considerably
exceeded that for the same period
in 1548. During March and April
a number of Hevea owners L.:ld )
tapping as their trees were leafless
and most of them have planned to
commence again early in May. In
the County of St. Andrew the
Agricultural Assistant ha& per-
suaded several more small owners
to tap their trees.
Mr. 1. Riphael, Ai,6rcultural As-
sistant for nt. GaMeore, has been
temporarily placed entirely on rub-
ber wor. Demonstrations of the
new method of tapping Castllce
trees wre liven early in April at
Banta Crua and Diego Martin. or
10 days n the month a rubber
tapp/n "school" waf nnerated at
iebm B Setate, Tobgo, and as
men were trained to twip Castllos
trees. Arrangdeoeots have been
made to open similar "schools" In
"Trntdad: the first at Verdant Vale
Estate, Arinma, and others later at
Tabaqulte, Rio Clar, Princes Town,
etc., wherever there are reasonable
coneeotratlon of Castilloa trees.
Persons desirous of l(arng the
method re Invited to atted and
owners of estas w rubber trees
re asked toad 0 a f or f
period of a wee re fte
pupils can already e b trees they
beamst gnteurnelele. a Ossilkls
tappteng t fedayL. 3liUrpemt
for dI' .hoLto H beaf teased by
ae rubber Development Cor-
poration.


tons closed yesterday with prime
Minister de Valera's Panna Pall
the only -partv offering a sufi-
cient number of candidates cap-
able of attaining a majority in the
new Dial in the general election
on May 30. Of the 246 candidates
nominated, the FPianna ail got 96,
Fine Gael 54., the Farmers Party
26, Independents 32, Labotir 30,
SNational Labour nine.

Nazi Oil Tankers
Shelter In Danube
LONDON, May 20 (Reuter),-
Boviet newspapers said today that
uerman and Rumanian oil tankers
are using ports on the Bulgarian
side of the Danube, In oroer to
avoid Soviet bombing.
This appears to be a warning
that the Soviet Union does not in-
ted to let enemy ships get out
of reach of Soviet 'plane, byi un-
loading at Rumanian ports, and
then slipping acres to the oppoe-
itse aide of the Danube to seek im-
munity in Bulgarian ports.
German reports say that on the
eastern front yesterday it was
the uietest day for the last 121
1 mfta.


as, at present, the services of a
ccinparatUvey highly paid master
were devoted solely to answerim
correspondence and doing other
work which a clerk could do.
After discussing the activities of
the Old Boys' Assoolatloo and
a.klnR for their co-OWpeMation, he
concluded his speech with these
words:
"I am deeply conscious of the
great honour which has been done
me by the Secretary of State, lust
as I am really conscious of the
great responsibility that has been
thrust upon me, and with
assistance and support I Shall
endeavour to follow, n all humil-
ity. in ths footolepe of my Illus-
trious predeceesors. 1
Before land after the speeches,.
the "old boys" were introduced to
Mr. Patrick and Mr. Hutchinsmon
and many of them offered r
Hutchinson their co-operao.
Amone those there -re Mr.
H. 0. 3. Wooding, the Mayor of
Port-of-spain: Mr. Wlfred Aben,
the President of the Ohamber oft
Commerce, Dr. 8. LLaurence, Dr.
K. U. A. Inals. Dr. Jese Orell,
Mr. Wlrd Orant. Mr. Geore
Rochford. Mr. Gardner urs ,
Mr. Aubrey Almandog and Mr.
Carl Loinswo'th.


CONTROL BOA"D WC

IMPORT PROGRAMMES FOR 1945

With reference to Control Board Notice doted loth
May, 1944, it is hereby notified that ALL GOVERN-
MENT DEPARTMENTS end MUNICIPALITIES ore
required to submit returns of their requirements in e4.
cordance with the above notice


'stiSa-'


L SPENCE,
Secretary, ControW B d.


The need Is immediate and the
call for heln has all priority. We
mrst not fall to respond now"
Immediately after his broadcast
iq Excellence on "-4 the fund
with a donation of $100.

Pacific Bombers
Hit Paramushiro
WASHINGTON, May 21 (AP),.-
A Pacific Fleet announcement this
morning said that "Paramushiro,
Ian land in the Kurues, was
bombed by Ventur search 'planes
of the Fleet Air Win n the night
Of May 1,. Lar r started
at the airfields.
Moderate aatl-alrcraft fire was
kcelseotered,
Ofe Allied aircraft received
11W damage, but all returned
=ey. U *ator and Mitchell
0o f te 1th Army Air foreo
daasaeed and probably sank aa
enemy patrol vesseL, east of Pama-
usbin during d0itgt. On the
same day four Veanra search
'plaes of the fleet Air Arm Wit
attacked an enemy auxiliary ve-
sel. in the ame locality.

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S idad's Food Requirements Increased

y 25 Per Cent Since Outbreak Of War NOTICE
i4Tonr ayte To A= pd A-Yes" Broo hou r w -
Ddayer thpr utA M Wztw past on irn "M *"1^- Di- CAFE 6 ALU
Rationing System I DIue Today bs'w CAFE & PARLOUR
Pst Jwill lape andM will not be iribution nict" giving all know
available. Am-ag that a rateo pariscut In connection wlith e OWNERSte
A ti Pr ble sIO X1. steenI f tr 110t 1 aato e Ih.of te m land thee appropriate omcer O ,E
P rs O f U month, it san be puRad any will, f Mbe is saiafled that the We are now able to
I I *^ ttm from t t he the 1 4th. buia facs as correct. iessue you wuh a wof *er -ol s able to
Consumers Explained Mlae.t Amer1-an Canev at the
(10) Q.-If I have Insuceleut you will.have to payia fee of "kilty
-______ moe y to purchase a e ratlees ent or toe na aInd sub- following whole
y-tm- t1 e e e n i n t s t lor my home at onM time, what sequent replacements, a fee of rates:
Bystem to be employed In rationing and the results the local ra.- &^^*houl I do ? "Two Dollars" will be charged. LEMON DROPS .. 11 50
tiontn oflcilar hope to obtain are set out In astatement preparedA,-If you have i1 ratio books (1) Q.-If after having lost my
byonigFocialshod etbtainaieisionoftet FoodConastaremeltpepartmedt for your family and oany have suf- ration book ,snd obtaining a re- SOUR SALLE .... SIsM
by the ood Distributton division of the FOod Control Departmient leent umosy to buy twi tioma. placement. the original booIk s per Case of 48 12-oz. Packets.
Uor the benefit of the public, ay on the 1st ration day. than found, what must I do?
Th7s statement deals with seftif p- present the two ration books on A.-You are required by law to
.onsumer problems In a series of raer concerned. These cards will that day and me or mogre of the Immedtely return same to the
questions and answers and points be lodge wirtn th:- retalcr con- remaining books as funds re "Local Distribution Office" atwhich
out thatt It has been estimated that cerned. Thoe u rds wul repre- available within the ration period the rep:acement book wds obtained. E Bg D B hhi-le
Trrinidad's food requirements had sent over nalf a million consumers of one wefter ea ter. (20) Q.-If one of my family who
lacreased bi about 25 per cent and will be sorted Mio approxi- (11) Q.-A I bound to eary my is in possession of a atlon Book C .
since the outbreak of war, due to mately 2,000 lota, oe for each re- Ration Book to the shopkeepers dies, what must I do?
eased population and increased Etiler. having ascertained irom when I desire to purchase ration A.-You are required by law.
ding power, This increase in this the number of customers to goods? within seven days after the death
Tood requirements, the official icn shop, it will then be neces- A.-"Yes.* Your shopkeeper will of such person, to return the Rfa- ----__ _
release states. is difficult to be scary to adjust each retailer's sup- have to mark off 'a your "Ration tion Book either to the nesirest i
met because of wartime conditions. ply list to ensure that each wl Book" on each and every so "Local Distribution Ofi aV or to
The statement is as follows: get his correct proportion ol ave. lon that he supplies you with ra- the Registrar of Births and Deaths
Belore dealing win distrilution able supplies. As each retailer is tion goods and so it is absolutely by whom such death was regis- B A D
VWd rationing 14 Is first necessary attached to a wholesaler it wll lncessary that you should prese tered.
W say somneting about supply an. then be necessary to adjust the himwi the book at the time of 21) Q.-Is a baby entitledto aU
dt-anumd. purchase. Ration Book?
ndernorml condition th issues to wholiers, so that they Mr. Arch .aack,ee tmnager (12) Q. -, present my ration A--'Yes." On the registr.tton W EA TH ER
Under norm al conditions the will be able to give tl ir retailers of Norse Division ergta t h r of a child, a Wor n
supply r0qui0cleintsaofirliilcad the quantities necessary to supply s-Warnr book within the ration period and of the Birth of a child, ask for an
anuopp l would be ascertainied their customers. nesry to ispy Oltien, is expected to Mr- the shopkeeper refuses to Supply Identity Card Application Form.
obo w l e reEvery effort is rive In Port-of-Spain today. Mr. me with rationed goods, what Take that Form to the Registration NEED NOT KEEP YOU
by the pre-war Import figures re- being made to complete these dis- Black has travelled through should I dq? Office where you will be issued an FROM THE DRUG STOR.
vealed In Customs returns. in this tributions with the least possble shul I~ti "te ca "" dq? .. ..office where you will be issued an FROM THE DRUG STORIL
veoled in Customs returns. In this tribution, with the lerst possible these countries on other ecca- A,-The Ration Book Is virtually Identity Card. On presentation of
Colony, however, there are two delay, but you will reallse that it siens sad Is now making this trip an order on the shopkeeper to d e- that Card to Food Distribution
very Imprortant visitors which is a bigf job, must be done Rccu- In the interest of maintaining an order' on the shopkeeper to de- that Card to a Food Distribution
very important tons which is a big job, must be done accu- In the interest of maintain ng liver to you the rationed quantity, Office a Ration Book will be is- It's always fair weather when
mase an assessment on that basis rately ,rod that some time must existing apolianees in operating and If he refuses to sell to you fo sued.
only, impractical. In the first elapse between the actual tIssue of condition, surveying the needs
place registration hris revealed that ration books and the commence- of distributors for refrieration omsh, report the matter; to the (22) Q.-On leaving the Colony You shop by telephone.
our population ha* Increased by ment of the rationing scheme, and household appliances. Policeor a Food control Officer. on vacation or business, etc., what 5
between 15 and 20 per cent, and Now what is the purpose of the Nhfle Norge Division, Borg- See that you have a witness to must I do? Our No. is 6 20
secondly, there is greater and more Scheme? It definitely does not Warner Corporation is now de- prove that you did present your A.-You must deliver your nmieon
remunerative employment. It is mean that tech person will get all voting all of their manufactur- Ration Book and offered to pay book to the nearest "Local Distri-
impossible to state with any de- he wants and when he wants it ing facilities and production to cash for the goods. button Office" or Police Station or W'e Deliver Promply l
gree of accuracy the effect of It means that everyone, rich or the war effort of the United (3) Q.-If the ration amount Is to the Customs officer at the plaoe.,
these two factors on consumption poor. o: all races or creeds will Ibe Nations, the company intends to insufficient and the shopkeeper has of embarkation. On any occasion
but It is generally agreed that de- given the opportunity of securing expand their alesI and distribu- a surplus, can I buy more than that you deliver your x,:tlon book
mand has Increased by at list 25 a fetir share of whatever flour or ton in this country after the the rationed quantity; or if I know to any official, you must obtain a
per cent. Imported rice is available. Assum- war is won and production is that, a friend l-hs not bought his receipt for same. If you are leav-
This would mean that for every ing. for example that Food Control resumed, full ration can I buy his share? Ing the Colony and cannot pro-,
hundred packages of food imported decides that the quantity of flour and the dai-'nepapr. u- h A. "No." You will on no au duce either your rstlon book or a Trin
pre-war we should now Import 125, avai',ible is suiticient to give each notes fail to r sacyou, the qt.c- count be permitted to buy more receipt for same first obtained d hy
but this is not possible as produc- man, woman and child In the Col- tees faii t ou the qiridn than your own ration for the from an appropriate official, you
u ties to which you are Inptled may period. may not be permitted to travel un- tODRIGUEZ & CO.
Ing countries atire now factd with ony 2lbs of flour per week then also be know by enquiing ro (14 Q.-Can I buy supplies from til you have complied with these
the difficulty of supply. Let me you will be entitled to buy not more the "Local Ditribution Of ficessupplies from you have complied with these
quote two simple examples; the than 2ilbs. of flour per week. As- which will be st u each dis- A o any shop? regulations.
greater part of our rice was in pre. sunning that it is decided to rom- c wil be rt "u n eact ds- A.--tioned goods such s flour (23) Q.-PIse explain how the 32 Frederick street. P.O.
war days obtained from the East. tiner. rationing on Monda',, June ,or by youar contacting the and rice can only be bought from squares in the nation Books are
Supplies are no longer available 5,th, you will be notified in ad'ince Investigators' o arL- ". Soat' the shop nominated by you and to apply to various issue. ----- -
from India or Burma and British ani at any time during the wee-,' tached to the Saff of the "Food whose name and address appear A.-As an example take flour. ____. ....______ ______...
Guiana in 1943 was able to give us .5th tn t10t June. ou (all present Distri.bution.ivi.ion' and who on your Ration Book. At present The newspapers will tell you that
only half our requirements Im- vour iton Book t retailer w be statilued in each district you c.n buy non-rationed goods square No. 1 is for the week from
ports of tilted fish from Canada nontnat i In vou and lie must "for the purpose of enquiring into from any shop, but If one shop has Monday to Saturday and there
and Newfoundland have also been supploy doi witt 2 'b.oS for ras li nt %our mplilts a applying you 200 customers and another 100 will be an announceement for each
r,'duced by 50 per cent which is th- price fixed by (.ov-rinmeniit and wlth the required information, is proposed to distribu-- to the issue.
not surprisine under War condi- published i lite 'hRoyal Gazette '() Is "it 'i"oke'per bound first twice the amoun of flour and (24) Q.--.T take my mid-day meal S O T
tions with a ,'lare number of fish- If in the first week you do not hlyi to sul)v no' with t e' (lthiectit:es ri-e and double the quantity of all in ,n cook-shop. Must I surrender 0UlC Ir
ermen now In the Navy, that flour, you t i 1 so it, the '.ff rained goods a. ordered by the other controlled articles, so tl'-,t my ration book to the owner of Cleared Terrible
second week. but if you are more "-ood Coiitrollr,"' on crcdlit? you should be able to obtain all the cook-shop? (my other meals
FOOD AND ERATZ than a week behind in vour pur- A. "No." Ytour lhopkpetc'r is your requirements from one shop, are taken at home). N.B. Simi- R
Te dy of ; chase t ,it coupon square in your b The duty ol food Control has ok will lanse. Is,, s nftic!,'will nuaititi.'s ot ration-'d goods as or- of controlled foodstuffs In propor- A.-"No." One meal p.r c.y or
been to provide food srid wherv and will probably be for PC- iered by flit' 'Food Controllcr" for tion to the number of their cus- an occasional meal at a restaurant
there is aL shortage ol one or more rio:s of 14 d :vs, of which "Cash" but av question of "Cre- tomers or cook-shop does not effect your From
essential communities to obtain d notice will e g. Href dit" s andi will always be I matter (I15, 0G- 'n T carry the Ration ration. AM
uos:ittutes atld this has not beeii a i. ou wilt be ex pet d nto nur- of private ariangentent between Pooks of any other persons to the (26) Q.-If I lci.ve my district
an easy task. One ol our ma.n ch,'se In tl he f irst wick but will be yourself and your shopkeeper, shopkeeper in order to get "Ra- on vacation, say two weeks, to be F
diflcuiLies is to make our people 'ive st da' go-e. il1 Q. Ho'.v often can I get toned Goods"? spent in another district in the
retalise thtit conditions are abnor- these supplies? A.-"Yes." Provided Iways that Colony. how can I obtain rationed and
=,, sa that rice, saltad ash and cer- SPECIAL ALLOWANCES A-At p:riods to be announced you are lawfvllv entitled to the pos- goods for that period? NECK
tailn other commodlttts cannot be in the papers. In ,ill probability session of such books. That Is, A.-You may either get permis-
nmdo avalicble In sufficient quan- Special allowantt ( or weddings, foutr lsurs will be weekly andrice that you are dolng so with the full slon from a Local Distribution/
titles and that diets must be al- festivals, etc. catiiiiiot be sold by a fortnightly consent of t persons to whom Officer to obtain your goods in ad- s. must writeed let you Anowfh&
tered to conform with available retailer or piiurcihased by at con- .7 Q. Ami T compelled to take those books belong, vance from the shop to which you mnarvellous cure Germoifnuieas made.
supplies. sumner. A.s I i..ve cald b1)tre, each th,> full r.a'on allotted to myself (16) Q.,-I am a mother of three ,re registered, or, hand in your myfac My eandee..ie Lmee
Arsing from the short supply of' person a puihse nly li qua- or fai% uil" children, their ages being 3 years, ration book in return for which with a terrible rash for four c *
imported toods it was esnctq to Lity lixed ainl iiu co ur.i, uid it a A "No," If your rationi is 2lbs. ? ears and 6 months respectively, you will be given a permit, or per- i f y 'l id
develop local production and this i'aihlcr rtluses it sc-'l lir ca'st and you onlv require 2'bs. and What quantity am I entitled to mits, for such numb' r of rationed treep me fandmnwo w eeksthta
necessitated encouragement to the corr,'t quiantlti ) o dli :orc will not require more in the ration purchase on their ration books? periods which w'il tintitle vou to disappeared and wIwbachs at saok.
plant, placing lands at the dispo- ithan tihe qui.t lix d lit will be period, buy Ju.t wlit you want. A.-Every nerson, n'rle or fe- buy from any shop mn the district Tdanksar mile io a" s G. T .
sal o9 thoae who were willing to liable. I apri c, i t''la ,ii h the "Royal When the shopkeeper is marking male, of whatever nationality or to which you will be going. On
plant, provide guaranteed prices (.azette" has a l'nuited irculatioii off the number, get hnli'm to write rreod Irrespective of age is enti- your returr. ind at .'our request Why be disfigured by an un-I
for many food crops anid a nmar- ,ndl that cv n o-ur tiwo ciernit'lg In tlhei (ltntiictv actually taken in tied to the same quantity of ra- vour ration book will be returned sightly rash? Why be tormented
kettng organisation to ensure that nc'wslcaper' ate 1not read by every- the saien square, tord zoods, to yov with such used portions of by fierce Irritation and pain? Why
those who assisted the Grow More one;' iM iis homint 01 oi r people' ,8 Q If I do not take my full (17) .,-If T have lost mv "Ra- the ration period cancelled, be worried by an ulcer or open
Fuod Campaign would find i r.- ecailot itead. Special Advisory Com- ration in one article. (, n I obtain tlon Book," wNt must I do? (2) Q.-Should I require any wound ? ILet Germnfo heal your
Fu ^^^ Capag woul fin ^T^ ,^ re-^ *s^ ^
tunerative outlet for the ro sultslnbu h iet It crm e na thppitei by a like quanity of another article': A.-You must immediately notify further information, from whon akin clean. Feel it soothe at at
of their labour. Most of You have (10vertmentNcr ii nidadA -whomus t ra w w m w e n b Sntouch! See it banish blemnshhesI
A "~No" II ech article is ra- such loss to the retailer with whom and where can I obtain same:.
observe and nall should have rRad tSolctTh 'll'm td i mi Tobau ta as- E el.tp iu n ad nd ou r e to the gi A al t ri tion S NEperience how It ends bUrning,
ot the success artletinled withoftone ,| a ud the i ti g t r o c teistred, to the "Local A.-Local Distribution O cese
support of government by the tw s e, but dt to no conditions (i one be merged listributlo Office" and Police will be set up in most centres nd thing, throbbing and pailmI
sento w ho tise wor k wasby e n-secure the aid itf one or morie per- with the other. itoton nearest your place of rt -investiators will be appointed to ----


~en Uto whom rl this okws e-schm e tho e Rid Of oneioi or moreii peTr-Jo.h.Rvlr"(ceeII)o< e-ha I.. rim hhont*Bu., (Bilig m nditrmto o h
ntrustd. w11 ha ir w P iti an- i each wllag e wi will be ) Q. If I de not lake my ra- sidence.e each district. From these persons, Quickly Heals
The original scheme of distribu-I tskid to acitia:c t themselves with tIlon within the Ration PerId of (18) 0 1 have lost my ra- and at such places you will be ECZEMAURN
Ston was based on the litnking up'thr details (it the scheme' asd ad- one week, arid I buy it later? Itlon book. con I obtain another given all the necessary information SUNIUNN, INSECT BITES, CVTS,
of retailers with wholesalers, bW In-se those who w'ik h adituratlont and ,ssistance that you may re- A BIS SSES, HEAT RASH, WOUNDS.of et
which a fair supply would be on aiy points. A Review quire.
mde available to consumers in Food distributing e fflies will be 9 i G f T
'ach district amid relia rie on ire- establk hed i n Put-of-Sp a n-, 'sal Oif T Calypso To S Yo P rE THE F T
trailers and consumers to ensure Fernando and Scarborough, with fe CSolve our problem
thaft each one. rich or poor., would sub-offices at San Juan, St. Joseph r cS,e_ ,r_ a "____________________r__________
get a fair s',ctre of available& up l- 'apuna, Arina, Sangre (imnde, 'C carnival fetei n Trinidad in two acta.' Juanitat Gsiez carried "Night
plies. Unfortunately M this sche B Tii o hagtta Couva, Rio ced yx riwal Todd Joseph C. Revelry" (Sce ne III) her-shall Please send me the oo "Business of Building Men' and information ( the
1a not had the desired results and Claroe Princes Town. Separs, L.a d eirente ayth e C r wortRichard H.es w at y?- shoulders. SBo.y. thatIsr blect Ioha%* mark ebekow


compny t aslsiiil. mot 0 rag~mets or r~n~terand roe- t g hvsb the eviidatPesscl( ucb ol "peantotolu, Wee saly -,. go Acon"m *" icnot.EsnrPto~mRai(Txi
ratiloning is about to be Intro- Brles Cgedrs asrid possibly at othlier ti h aempre t ,Tatre. AM d is,19s it44. i dncian-me dI'k uu tdh chrd oen t1S Mraaln sho PI.adiotblrain i M itnx
shall start with points and each will be served by F ''rtRiNlasses to A"Auto Technician Structural Marine--Stesim Ranioad Tngneeriag
Raymond Qus .y ..e Attila the Huns ses lon a out1h an &ri Bildrmaking Cnratr lctialMi- Mchnial]-g-- ef --rs-o
Vour and Imported rice, and from Inspectors who will regularly visit NovoistM~rc(n' ........ The T'ier. Act Ii started with a "Back- .Boiterkng '.ctr Eng. Mathematics Reading Blieprihts
ouravnd Imported rcan Id. m elsewee foe no, moreBUolding Costectarar Ececrical Main- Mechanicat Ynglt- tdefrtoeration
the experience gained on these two each district to deal with com- Randolph Evans y ard" scene. As with "Street carpentry..e..aa ne
important commodities will, if tne- p',itits and make such adjustments dna Pier ..... Lord de Scent," more could havebeen chemistry tarE
rauuiryBe ordei ex tte ancer y. title Mch re p .. Lord Beginner. ceci vilroe-nd eV m stlen Applallyrgy. Inius- i
cesar'y or desi rabla, extend the as ar' ngtsecsary., JuaIta w I o ne made of this, but the ase tting nd Ci obuton Enging r sorns aecret lart at
control to other essentials, Should a consumer leave a dis- Romst icatYisoes made it a more pleasant earingCFountdry Work Mtning--Coa| Ruirvntaeym ngltng
The first step was registration i e totake uphrttdeoce r a ine an- t Crtmona iema thean uth e n tft. The '. wf-lWork- Stenography a 'i.p-
nSk this difficult ta ts s been ac. other he must surrender his Ra- scyrionro Anesd n ta so Co cast boys the.seemed strangely lacking ltone ei- Hiweat Treatment ,gnee. tatng
4niamiues. seeDtageylcig iesel(IoxneA Highway Engineer.-"'Tlgahliinr
o0ph.l ed by Mri a H. 0. B. tion Book to a Fd itre l Ocer "Your reviewer" wrote Carrlyle, B .A-perhaps the effect of the Iineel Engten Paper and Polp Tetegraph Engineer
theding with a large and capable who will ,thke the necessary ar- "is a mere taster: w'ho tastes, and morning at er. Draottnne--naleetnea Ing n Mt
DraftitnI-t-Merrcha st ins iing PaternMO'. n Testnl e talsy
company of assisants, most on, rangiiments for transfer and re- say by the evidence of such pal- "Paieant of COlOur," the mai DaeensMc hant Paeonti ngine PetiriMotle ug '~i'Sexilephon.
wlOtil t ,cye give titter orvlcc registration. If consumer 1s ate, such tontuctl as he has got. It scene oc the second act, was well Drenmnng-fhe_- l.teneio-e Fireman Piant Toolmaknis
rtie io r tLe tonefit l tnoe pe-opTle leaving his district for a holIday Is good, It is bad.' And io It 15 named, b1t the charade opening Metal Machine Shop Pcsutci 'raidie Managemeni"
01 Thl!e Colosyny or to take up teniporavry employ- In this--the humble reactions o was long drawn out and wear't-



livii ha o-'rcutalne n idtt mW n eswhr for nold t mo're t-s n pcttrt usa nlaht0's soe thv~e Grand Visier's whip----------
(tao 4. to.' lte p i W. to Oe'uaU four weeks, he can either get a ape- performance of "Lad of Caypso" roviding the only re The lifThro T AND NO .st..g.....e.
.ha BttiiiOOa antd oy tire tunle clal permit to draw supplies In ad- One palate which enjoyed. one pen tumes were beautiful--even Iii cil'T .... . .sTrATr ...........
irataoi 1. urougit ii, everyone vance or .hand in his Ration Book which reports. Withal sincerely. tl'sir horror-atnd their splendour Apply: INTERNATIONAL 'ORESPONDENCE SCHOOLS
oewiat te ein poatasiern oi at t- ano d get special ords which will For sInoerity Is the keynote of may well have caused strangers o0
tou boo to wict he i e enable him to draw supplies any- this presentation. The is clear to question their authenticity. fte p Pr Orsth orof-a
4.bh' to otano ozupphrs d1 cout where. Ou his return to his own anyone witnessing the show. Cor- finals of this number treated the
or imnpoi ,ed rice. AS ouU aie awake, district his Ration Book will be oral Jcseph and Corp~oral Kniight audience to straight cadlypoeeteIam ot ~ cvraor ue ihtetlae o h ~entbe otn opoueI etnn e sa~m ao
eight sheets. c ngsle the cover you leave period cancelled, c theatrlea| masque, They have ullt le--aTg.r's diI at the A tt enl-, CSus to mers Attnd t in
find the 1 yilowurg inlstructions: To explain the Scheme and Its aimed higher to exact a nere unteers and A.T.. bringing f in
1. This booe is not transgerable, effect more fully. I have prepared picture h f Trinidadian Carnival, down the house. kir wag r
Anly Iiiit~use ul aseiUe wui rinuer a "Question st-cd Atnswer" explana- the most colourful form o4' local MMd revelry and mob hysterilaCutm r
y.cti liable to proaecutiot, lion which should be a more effec- cultural manifestation. Truth haS provIded a fitting close to a truth-
2. if theis book I losy the loss hive method of aequaint'ng thce beeneantheir yardstick of Judgmente n u nresentatloat ofthetspirte-f Have you had the pleasure of testing and enjoying
mut v r, u .atmndt~ I n t nulcrtinh we',tshualtes don streamlining no striving after ef- ing maouleraders In the 'Last our improved "SOLO" BEVERAGES ?
ii, ac',i,. Local Uhilce of Foesi lJtrl- rncraneetaiis ect,. Wherein lies the main defet-t Lao," the rather leaden poie
btct.oi or the Police. o h hw ic h uko nwnba u in~
3. 'rids book is valid only for QUtESTIONS AND ANSWERS ftesosnete uko nmnba u emidnigh lF OkeWH Na
audience is seeking straight enter- metronome gone wony a ..n F N -W Yor
use with the Retailer with whom ill Q What does "Rationting" tainment and such didactic treat- sot and original clma
y'ou are registered, mean9 ment tends 19 bore and Irritate. The actorstn "Land of the When next you place your orders with your Cafe or
4.o~ Aitny chatnge of Sup~residen c 1 A.Inc-ms la veynrc But despite the occasiont. ob- Caivnso" should be thanked for poou de erb seto emn edbe upid
eL,, ln hne o ca handle u A. r ot silln taeeryoe ri trustaveness of the cultural aim. Their share In putting over a paou delrbeseto emn adbe upid
be reported to yor'cl fi ad or oalrcsan resfon Ln of the Calypso" faithful enactment of the. Coon with the following delicious and refreshing flavours : 1
thenthe ecesarySI~~hig~n wti 11 be giveti the opportunity of highly satisfactory', The p layers, best-known festival, There was a
w he b he nad e. ar & rn me t t ec rin n eq a hae o w a marnifestly enjoying themselves oni little too much back-stag1e kigc
ati equaleshreeof what-1SOLo GOLDEN ORANGE (PulpY) |
8. On leaving the Colony this ever 8 li.'s of rationed .1 art~cles1 state, created lust. the right at.to-" a-.s one or two a.parent


Book must be deposited witth are aval.ible. sphere ando aulckly e9anusreod Ut the spontaneity of the acting SO OA N R
nearest Food Distribution Office or t2) Q.--Whcn does "Rationinig" their affinity with the audience. could only come from enjoyment SOLO ORANGE CRUSH Cl
Police Station. Failure to do so commence? But this was only to be expected oA the arts nd would nlv evqke ,,,
renders you liable to precaution. A. As soon as the cards are Of a cast of profesiionals, unuie. a respond ve chord of "jol e de SOLO COLA (1fllel FqUla)
nThe book shown your reglatra- sorted, shop lists altered and dis- abbe direction, at home in their vivre." A special wd Of i v w U uvuj
tion number, name, address, age tribution provided for. The exact paths. nd led by proven veterans must be caid MiSS asnea who se SOLO LIME RICKEY (Pilpy)
and the shop selected by you as cte will be announced in the like Attila, 'Tier and others, dancig Is a ov t watch and ( py
your source of supply. Each sheet Papers. The presentation of the Carnival full value of itself. High ralse, "SOLO" BEVERAGES are new bheUed with ImplVedmodes'
conteira square numbered 1 to 82. t3) Q. What goods is my shop- fete is given In twto acts of three too, is due to Mr Al Cod" l id sanitary machinery and an supptised t all cafes ,ad artos
T1he first sheet Is A for flour, the keer compelled to supply me scenes each. The first act, Mon- whose scene painting was all that In LARGE it-eL SIZE BOTTLiS.
seond B ftAor rice while the remain- witr day, opens at 6 arm---Jour Ouver" could be desired and did much to a
ihg 6 state no commodity but run A-The shokeeper with whom -.an effective eiti'rnce sending underline the reltim- 'which the < tom, C to H. you are registered is compelled to the show off to a iood start producers sought.
supply you with such quantities of The second sceWe. "stret The Vroducers. "lAnd of the and are bottled by
RATION BOOKS rationed goods as are ordered by the "ee." is the weakest part of the Calvso" fcrceJ one to think, wereAT
Food Controller. ftr the present. show. A quite unnecessary failure, trying to Ma someUfth rather
Food on btrle. n1 '" since this part is pregnant with than provide a rood time. To be JYOSEP 'CHARLES AaI AP 1 .i)
SWhen the books have been is- such goods being "Rice" and osibilities. unused opportunities sure, they would have succeeded W AT R W OSu
i iod, tohe first duty of Food. Con, "Flour -."us for oulis, tooical allusions, and better had they used a comnpere rA R W ORKS
Vol ISto Sort out two cards which 4 Q.--What quantities of suchthe extravagant similes and barb- or threaded the show with ilhinm -
:W ere originally attached to the goods Is he compelled to supply esl resparte of rative wit. "Ice inatine, dialogue: but -they did not 1q PANKER STItREET, ST. JAMESR, PORT.OF.8PAI
Ration UBook and on which I me with' ,e Cram Blocks." qset by Lord and fail. The7 e who attended, Trinl. -ol
vn your registration number A.-T e quantities of tiUone Lady has never sounded so dadians and strangers alike. le Alr'ays Drink 46 SOLO I 1
ae. address. aga nd nominated goods that your shopkeeper Is cornm- much like a dire as it did ont imoressed, entertained, and en- ,,
Wtaller. O On o vff v be polled to supply you with will be Tuesday A lUttle life will have- 1'-htened-eond probably full of The 'nk of Yesterdoay, Today and Tomarrow
I t U 4wh the noted to you by means of noticegto be Inected Into It for repeat' -he ur to -play masque." rrOw
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Supports Marryshow MarryawDenis Solicitor Condemns Plan
: i t -- r t IlBrbsdc Report
Grenada Party Branch *. ye ntFor Windward Federation
M ____________ 0ay .-The Hon'bile T. A,_-----
| er Ma Corryshow, asked about re- i t uardian Correspondent.
ports appearing In Barbadoso
'* WROW Orenada. May W.-Labelling the West Indian newspapers that he had been KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent, May 17.--Oppoatlton to a proposal re-
pty OGrnadft "a n Illegitimate child" unrecognilsed by offeredland had accepted ported to be favoured by Sir Arthur Orimble. Governor, for federa- j
WestIndin NaiomUPart as laimd, M. Al ert uasSocial Welfare Officer
West Indian National Party as claimed, Mr. Albert re. said that the reports were tion of the Windward Islands 1i expressed In a memorandum ad-
^ ry Mayor of Port-ofdlpaln, and third VIoe-President of unfounded, dressed by Mr. A. Clement Bique, St. Vincent solicitor, to 'members
Mayor of Pr--11piadtidVc-rsdn f ufudd ir
rty, counselled St. Oeorge's electors on Monday night of the responsible and thinking class" here in the hope that they I
for Mr. W. Julien. the Party's nominee, as an op- Twould consider seriously "whether It is desirable to effect another
fo Hn'blie T. Albert Marry snhow Tourists MI Uit change In the government of the Windward Islands.
L. Adams, Barbados l I j Describing the contemplated +- ---
,ter to a guet + ,.+. hO charge as retrogresslve. Mr. de'
the Marrhow 04t. S ow R e Bse t qufe tears loss of status for some
Fr 5ithe Grenada W. I T of the islands and thinks the h- Si r i L. O ll y
"ion had aroused F J m i n s anclal' Implications are not being
S fusion almong the or Jiaicis realsed.Addresing n
leaders because of In the memorandum, he states,
a outstandinr record t in part: "The Governor of the
Indian politician. A rSunday Guardian Correspondent Windward Islands is now buying
SIndganherediin the I KINGSTON, Jamaica, May 20.- him.slf in discussing privately with
gather the v s Dettrmmatlon that when Jamaica persons the question of federation St V intent u
V to hear the yist. builds a big poet-war tourist trade, of the Windward Islands. and -
o eMr. Marryashow. Americans. Canadians and Brit- showing out that It was a neces- .unday Guardian Correspondent.
S.L. Hten. barrister. ishers who come here mast show sary step to West Indies federa- KIN(STOWN, St. Vinceti. May
himself a candidate respect for all classes of this coun- tlon. Some persons with whom 0---The Hon'ble Sir Lennox
lthe seat for the Pariah try was expressed unanimously by th. matter was discussed, and who O'Reilly KC., senior counsl for
prided. the bigl two-day Tourist Trade Coll- do not realise the goodness of the the defence was addrouing tft
It nit BanPd accom, vention held at the Myrule Bank present system we are enJoyln1 Court when the hearing was ad-
silnt of Labour hymns Hotel, Kingston, last week. thanks to the far-seeing Perguson- jourtwnd rdav o the he hi wnn In
S the speeches. The de'erminatilon took formal Orr CommLsslon axe inclined to which Hilda Richards representing
thow. introduced by shape in the following resolution: agree to another change in the the estate of D A. Richards and
as "an experienced, `That in advertising Jamaica as a form of our government, whisk. Hilda Richards. Is seeking to have
respected poltlcian tourist resort care be taken that perhaps. is to take the form of a i dSet aside cehasu agreements made
the West Indies and visitors to Jamaica must expect, single federated uiiit, with te w sh Mr. Frederick Augustimne
began by saying he while staying in the Island, to meet Oov.rn r as federal governor, andt Casson, business ian ald estate
P whatever that he AL ERT GOMu S Jamaicans of all races oin an equal a council of electives with their own owner usis and a
returned. However, he M AB- footing," chairman or president Govern- The plaintiff is claiming thai
returnd.plaintiff i h ads oldepatmenttbein
be satisfied unless h had stood by them and fought for Mr. D. G. MacMillan, adveis-nt hed of departments being certain agreements made during
by a sweeping aIl- them all these years ing man, who moved the resoluIon, only advls.ry members -- but h period 1929b to 1941 arebvoid
bewanted his victory to 'h M arrsho-ule otstaid that In all publicity to bfe (d ral council to meet wherev',r and r aola. b w aideais b ii.nit-
The Marryshowi-Julen contest, the seat of the federal government onte dbIle al iearsh eing
Mr.eOomes said, was "a farce". He given the island abroad the tact ts e satedf and federat goveral
his having to speak took that view with a full sense of that this was a cosmopolitan island is located and to that federal nable anlid usurious and l hsh n
S didate for election on reponsibillty a VIce-President In which, people of all shades ncil only the president of ach that account be taken of the deal-:i
responsibiliy it% a VicePresident inisland will go. iU bt ent e p ris
1. IN. Party's nomlna- of the W. I. N. Party and not a mingled freely should not be hid- iland wi go insbetwen the parties.
8r Jullen who had at first nreeldent or vice-president of an del, .so that the tourist world b( nancal implications of such a th sMr ason. denyh'ing t(he alhega-
S. .... illegitimate child of the Party with prepared for the kind of country to change, and plthat aspect has not tions. counterclaims fTr $10.io0
no connection whatever with the which he was coming. been shown I am strongly of the which le allege are Io under\tr
Ollfores central body. Mr. Evon Blake, publisher of b' ew at suctw I am stro hangely of the itro- ch he alleges are da' l der thef
no conectin whteverwiththe wich h wascomin. vew that sulch a change is retro- agreemeh fntranda an, ~ s f~
ore "Spotlight" magazine, criticised the ressive. and one or more of the breech of contract.
isclaimer"MOST DYNAMIC" type of pubicttv Jamaica had be. Colonies might suffer from domi- Sir Lennox, who wil lo t: e .1
given abroad .Supporting him, Mr nation by one or other of the address on Monday. nfoha.r l
ayTi s 'll}et~ ,. that the trin atlh i'tOn vas nlOt nir-t'-,
GurdanCorrespondent Mr. mel went. on to say that mL. A. Thoo vwedll-Henry, s g !a th e y to.nd was netitraot.
OR" OGE'S,. Grenada, he was a member of the Exec'tive mail and publisher of "Who's Who ly money londitbint it ',al tl -
b,. Memnership of the of the W. I. N. Party and took and Why." declared that he wa.s LOS FEARED gather with independent c.)llateral
i ndisn National Party pride as being one of the most not opposed to picture., of market Federation of the Winward- advantages
hat Increased. The party dynamic members of that Execu- women and ihalf-naked bovs on> 'w.d1 Is.lands, different to that Mr. Casuott was In Ie witilness-
Sthe disrclaimer i tlve and on no occasion had any coconut trees being used to attract! which nowexists. will certainly box from -2 :0 p in Molndtav to
Golmes and is await- communi'-at:on ever come to them visitors to the island; but other 'tean a common treasury, a Roves- 11.40 am. IF'rdaI. lii cro.s-s.;>xamn-
tptonouncement of the from "this strange infant In Ore- pictures must be tsed a ie .sami c nor of the Federated Colonies with nation b ti, lonuble L. C ll.Hi-
W 0 he Partyin Trin- nada nor do we know at all, my time to show tlihe oth r sde hasinot yet answer- friends, of this strange body that Island's life to show dark people thtr, in the Colony In which is day morning to Friday mioriting
l stion of the form- exists here among you." He said he taking their normal places ii the the seat of the federal government,
a ent Party and request made this clear as persons might cultural surrounding in whiich th ne treasurer with deputies around,
Sd conditions of affi- be influenced to cst their vote In tourist wouid move. To esuperintendent of police with |
i consequence of a the wrong direction, suus around, One supreme courtY
_____r__ Cttitlaroundnne suprme cour
Mr. Cecil Pantin and "I feel that the parent body In %k i th circuit courts in other Cblon. W HY I RLS
ert Hyndmrn. of Trin- Trinidad will have to take strong G i In hort, those Colonie out.
tl members of the asures to correct this sort of Governor s Vist s* o the Colony housing, the
acting on its behalf. m behasurtr. Somrethlin will dtfl- s, 'ot f the federal government prefer this way to relie
behavior. Something will defi-Fo e tr'C u t .o.,n o.+.,.o
nicely have to be done, but I ask r'e bond to stiffer loss of status,
E t him that he would you to believe me when I say this: or sters' Court ndwillh e mer de Id
him t ti tip the Leeward Islands. They will IM
ru,.thn not Incalinedke to mass RotIate htPryand C utwhpesnesaeEMLn
.David's. then not at all, make no mistake about It and when Sunday Guardian Correspondent. hate to contribute toward the up-
ly, much to his amaze- you read in your newspaPers aoout KINUSTOWN. St. Vancant, MI:.' 20 k p of the federal government
he took up hL s paper to find the W. I. N. Pirty. and vol are -- His Excellency S," Arthur Ci im- here'ver It Is situated" FL
Julen would not only run Inclined to asso'late that Party and ble, Governor ol the Windward Is- _ _ _
Sagalna't him! what it stands for with this fungold lands, who is a member idId Past tr ak
growth we f!nd in Grenada remem- Chief Ranger of the Court "Lilv olhWithnsts Cranky,
IPB FRESIDENT ber there Is no connection between the Valley No. 7955"' of Gr(inada, Sugar Accountants NTVoUS Feelings-
Sthem. A Party that would seek to attended a meeting of the Forest- Tal:e liwerd if vo. like so many
Sfor the Party, Mr. Marryshow oppose anyone with the outlook of ers Court s C,, Vincett Morning o .tino goi oin su. h d..\ wi t*.r
S ad great future before It, T. A. Marryshow could never hope Star No. 2298" on Monday evening, ro Guai Co 1 e n imp. htaeei disires, othak .
ot started right and it to eat any support of Albert Gomes. May 15. Sunday Guardian Correspondent. waT uert l 0 r o
"'trregulmo ittoI perlotist of the bhl'ss
not be surprising that in still stand for those idesls which The distinguished visiting brother BRIDOETOWN. Barbados, May b--u to Iuu existence T. A. Marry- I believe are In the Interest of the was welcomed by brother A. M. An- 20.- A West Indies Sugar Account- tuirbaniea
iwtli be its president and West Indies. person, the Worthy Chief Ragner anits conference held here from Start at Cone -- trv Ilvdta .
SIn the West Indies people of the Court, who was supported Monday to Thursday. discussed the P nkham's Vegetable Compound to
leae it. CONTEST CONDEMNEDB by brothers R. N. Jack, P.C.R., and desirability of adopting Some ml- rellevesot onlUito ymti?.It's n ]la'n
bton there Is a whisperlng r,. A s, ep,, h R 'r.T Samuel, P.C.R. formity in costing systems In the pain bt alo oacromepanyling Wek,
__Xnorig on," Mr. Marry- Mr 0 Adams, expresig ni The Governor. it reply, paid trl- West Indies and In particular a nervous rfeehls of this nature. This
UlK but before God and faith iln the changed attitu of ute to the valuable .contributions untforn method of presenting pro- I's Satiise.iofits soothing effect on
not one of you, even an the Colonial office held that a being made by oreaters of the ductlon costs and related data In sN TOkeWOMAN' reuSrt-IMPOIntNT
,dare say I have by any act Marryshow-Julien contest was Ill' Windward Islands In the ft'.d of view of possible fttture Drier negoti- OG NTkeegularly- lt
"Blon or omission done conceived if the West Itdle.s were social welfare and looked forward .ticns between the West Indies Lydia E. Pinkham's
Ito Jeopardise the interest to present a united front for the to a continuance of such coutrlbu- Sugar Association, Incorporated.
IpOple or halt the progress, winning of responsible Government. tons having due regard t3a thle and the Ministry of Food In th" Import.at! Don't accept sub
Indian welfare. You will The position of the Colonial development and welfare schemes Unlited Kingdom. Vegetable Compound. Insist
I Io ll me not only why Office and its a ttiltud towards envlsag.d fur these Colonies under The conference reached complete
should get to the Council these Islands," Mr. Adtms said, the Development and Welfare Act. agreement ont the many varied
P h should get there at the '"a re s different todav from what Repairing to the banquet hail at isues involved and recommended. *
1 TOfT A. Marryshow. The It wasIn 1937 as Hitler is from the close of the m,'e!ting, toasts it its report for consideration of
ty rests on you." Churchill. The ColonRl Office at- were proposed to "The King" by members of the association, the
the charge that he had titude has undergone a complete His Excellency the Governor; adopting of certain uniform prin- C I L
dly with the classes change and .far from neglectin g "The O rder" by b, ther R M. An- c ites of a scot'ntin g and an appro-I
wsaid. "If you have these coloniestoda It te mop t derson. PC.R; "Brother, His x-Abenitfo system of presnt,-
Iin your minds, take this anxious to do all that cat be done cel'ency" by brother V, D Arelsr, ing costs and other statistical data
er sn oor nfor the West Indie~s." P.C.R., to which thie Governor re-1
o place, no circle high "r am goin% to say something plied; "The Court" by Brother Aier r- __I I I I.
bIn which I could move that now, and I do so With trepidation C. Eaynes. P.C.R, and "Absent, a ItIs o lotier noeasary for anyone to
e me scorn the humble It 1i somewhatt of an official Brethren" by Brother McD. Smith, And ress dsust r and l iaugringl skin blemishes.
leake e scor the hmble dlike rs11h". pirnilon. ringworm. peoriasIt.j
from which I sprang." secret, but I have already said it P.C.R. G eet Visitors cabless .droeloth-.wthootheb
in a different w.av in British reet Visitors ernproentrostv:ent ,al ed N sioderm.in
*10 HIS HEART Gutlana, The Coloninl Office heas e mike you fo.l inferiorand upe voseyo
Red CrosswLaunch h ewe.n ,.,,
even specific Insttictions to ever R d Cross L unch Sunday Guardian Correspondent. a bad skIn make people* think, yo "are di
gl one to his heart like a Governor in the West Indtie that "J' i ici S LUrenauw, May Fights Truble s3 Ways
)14 c 1,1. to find that there they must rend uo to them t.hr, 2In asio Appeaal 2" ,,,, cada Bar ana Press Nix.d.er n ,1.ano,,,,m,, ,noav,,,,
limen into whom he had speeches and votes of every elected invasion Appeal w re lo.ts at. lunch to Mr. r. H. diuffel,'p n from a.y oininte y br' htv
MWt the spark of mnanhoJod member of Coun-ll especially of Adalis anli Mr. Albert Gomes at ever son or elt. It to nnot grmawy iut
W Whom he looked nto keep coloured members, with a vlow to Sunday Guardian 'Correspondent tie-l Hote: Antilles on Tu'sday, ft selts sinost lit a powder wiein oi
ltth alght. saying today that Weing whether the Crown Colony ST. GEORGE'S Gienadc,. Mav 20 Honu.'be T A. Marryshow presided. pply' it. It pneiirates rapidlyi ntio the
Wshotild get out. He system can be chnqted foi a nore The Red Cross hlet-e' i lainChilu Olhits pDtsenlt were the Hon'ilek porisn"Ifths thiowse Of s rface,
911nd any otner forms of renresenttatlv, system The Cal- tomorrow an "Invaslon Fund"' with A. R. Co Is-Lartigue, Attorney- tnrredienot whi(h ngitt ikin troubles
It but as much as a pin- nlal Office wants to kno,' whether a t38,400 target Ci ra the Hon'ble E. GOitters In th"e 2 wa'.t (1) it fIrghi the ml-
ir ngt any he had grown to we s" still children flinging stones The public is b(hit asket ', re- Knil h1. H:nble J. B. Ren- crohe or parait|,s onen repnsible
B his friends Looking at each other." peat, the 1940 peftirniancs when a irk. Mr. G. Elmore Edwards. Mr. burning dsd smart (ing Ito t10lml-
his self-sacrificing career, fighter 'plane was salbscriibd in a F, M. Henry. Mr. H. L L. Hostea, i.tm,. and o o~I and soothes th, akin.
I^e wasted to find Ore- CONFU.ION ALLEGED week. Mr. A U. Payl e, Mr L. C. Steven- I It thltpr natt, tr.to ,sr ot
son. Mr. S. A. Franllc idan Mr. sli velety 5iIIt8100 cAtlh.
oUnable todistinguish be- "Believe me." Mr. Adams can- ANN'AL THANKSGIVING S. If.raiani, Wek, t Fos?
nd principle. How- tlnued, "Dr Pitt. President of the Sunday Guardian Correspondent. r -. ut- m luetu d Ntedorm it a'lentlflcallv
n ame to public er- w. I. N. Party, nd all the lading KINGSTOWN. Stir.rnCeni Mv ir W .W E. JLIien Says etopsotie rh inbht u nt t rohnit. It
the working nut of a West members are In a state of confusion 20.-The members of the Oddfel-i x ..". t ttu teltho'ilungitb.rn rEarn,u u,Nrual
&mi trme he had no frlendlb-rau.se they believe the decision lows Lodge No. gill, in full reaalia e Will Stand In a fw muto",thni l '" ,,r
SL ome as a lion letehere i s on to have repereusslons marched to the Kingatown Method- Sunday Guardian Ce:rrepnondent. ttir ki. ,,thinliitg n ,.rttr, win, anai
PS In Trinidad anid the Wet Indies. 1st Church on Sunday. May 14. otin ST GEORGE'S. Grenada. May selety smooth. In iJt t a da"i ,tWu
What encouragement does such the occasion of their au 20 Mr W E. Juliei prsden Of tour mirror welil t^II yonu Ihtt ber aI
INI I, pER actto aiv'e to other young men thainksgiving, tile Gre+nada branch,' We+st Indian heast Is a aclenillht treetnent 5'o0 111a5
* d it had been may come alo willing to The address at the service was Nat"onal Party, hts declared he skna teatment to hnc ler youru l
had been make Personal sacrifices like Mr delivered by the Rev. Deryck Lyder will] stand In the general election moresttractlveloshelpo ;u wlnt rluind.
10 hn d that he and Mr. Marryshow. If Mr. Marryshow had who, after welcoming the lodge to in opposilon to the Hon'ble T. Nihxderm sib helped hrit i cuesrir,'
UI aSterlopera, trepaMss- stuck to lourn alsm toduy he would the Methodist Churich congratu- Aluertt Marrvshow. t st i t, ad such s
PretrVes of the be earnln,, fou0rn it're Income" lated them on their order. Inan advertisement published B, ue TwoRiver B.C.
e ;d Weth Indies whatn Trinidad a reporter asked him m-u- in Thursdby's "West Indian" under
ri^ theWet Tndles what he thought of the Marryshow- SALE 't'OR LEAVE FUND the heading "A Public Announce- l
In SUch a way, and at Juhen contest and whether he ST. GEOROE'S, Grenada. May 20 ment." Mr. Jullen states:;
that anything which thought he should interfere in a A successful sale of gifts with 'I, WILLAN EDWARD JULIEN.
01 WSlts India ian domestic matter. He replied: "We ihdcor and outdoor amustetfnts beg to announce to the voters of
iless of all the others. have reached a stage In the West was he d Thursday on the spacious St. George that In spite of ail that
H -Jullen contest was Indies that nothing' that seriously grounds of the residence of His was said by the 'Political Acrobats'
B ,nd he had came to affects the Island can be said to : onour Clement Malone, Chief Jus- at the Market Square on Monday
bE t the overthrow of a be a domestic matter." twice, in aid of ,he Orenadg Leave night the 15th instant, I AM still
S and outstanding West "I make no excuse whatever for Fund to' the uverseas contingent. a Candidate for the constituency
alsn like T A. Marry- taking this platform in Grenada. It wr.s pennedd bv T.adv Grinble who of St George In the forthcoming
iJ Lch be. only one It is fo the cause of Wet Indian tived wih His Honour G. C General Election and wil remain
that was the man who unity." (Applae) iGreen, the Administramr. one untll the 1st June next."

"tien Of Base Work Brings Despair To St. Lucia


haulan Ceteeipouden(.
St. Lulcia.-Slumlp
SoUowed boom here
t,.- base building Mro-
tJo an el.d. This Is oar-
'Iiceable in the souther
t Islan nearest the
7 bomber base at Vteux
Mtie of the inhabitants
district. writes Mr.
"k. bgrriftar-t.law, in
an.i In "The voice
SUrttsin after a visit.
p un In one word



Kgw hewoltr la
g.^A.'oand

btgt uu t outlook ind
have never been de-
?6.>? tarf estate.
wt at of ebt-
_ v their UWaset
k eak rt f an their
have the bae"hvn

to .


I am glad to note are taught In and In need. larceny La rampant, the people are thrown back on
the Rivlere Doree School with ex- nobody's property Is safe. There their vegetable gardens.
cellent results. But these Indus- are report- of hold-ups with re- Undoubtedly the Vieux Fort
tries are not yet sufficiently volvers- orovoking the carrying of district (which includes Lab"ie)
developed to support the whole firearms by honest citizens as a is the most distreseed area, Th"
district and there has been little measure of self-defence, There district has for more than % hun-
If anv offclial encouragement, are rumours of Intended arson In dred years been dependent upon
SNO LAdeserate attempt to compel the production of sugar.
NO 1AUNC--NO TRUCKS house building. A community that
A few eopla manage to eke has reached this stage is not o FEW SMALL BOLRR8
wut a living but even ge, are be trifled with. Let action be take There a. very few small hold-
very unhavoy because they have at once. era-a handful in the Augler dis-
no outlet for their product&-no ARI mtrict and one or two between
coastal launch, or motor trucks. P -AID FOR MYSELF palmiste and CanelBel-tnd even
Everything has to be conveyed by oIn L&borl I Taked an elderly these never maintained a truly
them or bdle walk the road at all citizen why everybody's faces independent economic life. It
theer of neolet in order to &at h were so lum. "Well." he replied Important to remember that even
houre a nos which l tve twoic a we the people' want money andt In resaect of vegetables, the Vieux
th "noestwhinth leave twice a*wfthere's no work for them do," Fort dtrlet--th cane Irowin
for Oatria gin the eAly hours of other &W, "Unless soethi district-was never self-sumclent.
Ity which a ere ady o n nt Another isiUckly to relieve this It depended for Its supply on the
Itywhieh~h 81redy conttr w n 1 done to rel/w t"' nelhbourin cantons.
Itself all essential elements ore- situationgrtwing may l n. Laborie econo.tilya ha been
scribed by the Oolonlal and Dvel, fraid even for nvtseu. bound uo with Viel Port band,
onaimt Welfare Ad visers as the V teuslFot IWas asked about the boua te to say. yte F Latao-
foundodtion upon which to bu insurance. Said oneC of the en-rtnra e to ay tat extent trn-
a sound economic structure. Im- unreds. "You se .e tter are al e traffetoka between oay-
mediate Action should be taken t klnd of um s about." enne And at. Luct., But the Cay-
Imnlement the ILa argue scheme Soufriere appears to be very enne business has been closed dies
for imorovement of this district, much the mear a It wax n ptro- 140 n now the Viix Port
The rep of tatense dissatid- bs e davs. There's rcIcll no sMurce of livelihood has dtis-
faction and unrest are b no money In eotulatlon. 1Ihe bier asrepo ed. And th people for the
means mer e p-they am estates--lune or coMc roducint- most tart have no small holdinga
bas$ on hard, naked act The are NIt m lnn tme emplt'ln" to which to an and no smaU io.
ik 6 ts e g om a" u$WSW BeteuI WIm l enadr M tse f to W w mma


MOTEL MONACO
Week AsMeU-SI. AaMU.
PtMe S4I 41.
Cool and comfortable et b
tacliout around. Newly re-
novated. Two minutes from
tram. ReservatIons on appI-
cation.
'luhIIilttflinIiltlIiiilltnIiIiifllltim m uiHU luiu


LElTH GUS'l HOUSE
Worthing.-en- Sea. ara .
Coal. Comfertabl Re ae.
with running water.
Best Sea Bathlst en the Coast.
Por Reservations write-
M. S. C. -......


Tropical Liver

Nearly everyone who Ivne in the
tropics suffer from liver trouble which
cle,s Indl-stllnn, eoiispmtip a, gas.
hedi'h",%'i dslrtne. blltou*n*s1 as,
Inos of entrgv. if the whites of your
.y's sre' yellowlsh that Ita certain *ign
that your [.recr is tired end l.y. Anr
Aierirtun phusician hss rtcentlv dri I-
coteredt a liter u "rtI.' ctllted lgte"
thet reasto1.' htlhv at ion to your
liver It, JU:st a few well, stronK nd rid of your li'Ir trou-
bles. tl.'t Higaton fra t -niuir 'ehemist
today Un"t r at'arsnlte that it mutt end
)our liver Utruuble or hioney back.


Vigour Restored

Gliands Mie YoW
It is no longer nereeear to sit.fe
fritrn I(s% of viguir, weak neniuory and
bodty. nervnoInens, Impure blood, sickly
kin,. detpreilonn. nd poor tleep. ha-
raVii1 aii Americein Doctor has. disov-
ered a qluiirk, k 'ay way to end these
trouil>a. Thiis dile 'vorY Is in plreant,
.a -1- it l, l taIt' iait t rn,. 1i bthlutely
hartiulens, helper d sway with tinneec-
eary gtliand opre's iotn. attu it hrluinging
nicw uttlIth end 'gutir to thtuands. It
works hitft'tly oiu iih glaiudti and niervf,
liutl IIHt tePW, rich blo,,d and ttenrgy a
It hfs been prosd by thowlsinds in
A'it'e-a *nd Ii i i, 'w d tl-itu iiiled by
Owimi1iuii ler u ilcn-ter a giIliIntIe of
latlfrs-Il..n in..ner b ,'k Vi-Tabs
ns ll' i ii tN \oil t-I I'\ il oi f \ itxotr and
nlet iy 5 'tt HItt'. ,'vtingcoer ,or i tm
itprelo' retlirn Ihe eniittY Ipt k a *ond
X'* OliiI ]- St eTiiih Iillttit f 494 Vi-Tabs tO ll it
tli, 111th Ilie uI, arante, t itrolcts you.
VITabs traistoris Vlguur and Vlt&litjy.


f THOUSANDS
e distress of PERIODIC


WEAKNESSS







(Compound helps build ui resistslivs
stalnat sAicl sIvnilptoms IT MH.r
NtureiT. Thousaudo of women report
benifflta.
Also a fine stomachic tounic I Fol-
low lIabel directions.
s VEGETABLE COMPOUND
etitute for Lydia E. Pinkham's
on th, original and genuine.


smffer fro,, lh. n "-I |
R Burhe |,z <. tnHtlr it the t tiutti'
oil I let a itnul "1,0>
wecernd. dur -
Iseased.

h'ntl Iutlfr'r- fr r ta w it II a et te f n -
lke. ,iiutlltfoii. Ih, triedl Tmaiun' f1fla 1 blt
Intone \, i;,, Itl too in uip rcary rtllpf.
Mciilv aftfr tn, or thiue applicitlonn.
etpmed to utIq t, l f ral,-r thian help
i'uetirrm. 'rh-n )'I h-nudi u seto e the 4ad
for Nitoderni. fif' I't"lm-d( onen pasek-
iaF 'l'Ito fhfoil npplheatlcit hifoiirlit relief
In a few tt ndtil'. artin .nur lru<'tge fixed
up i u rt uillH utit. I 'o ri ltnlt r'veoin-
tifruuu Niad'u-m tq n iytrOt stiftering
fr m a o lindo fo atylto miffi"
fm tn or-iri tr_$;v'l^ .
Money-$eck Agreement
jNioderm I'Ol aih-f'itel" nrithltng
ittuluft u IIt'p" t 'It'-tr r itt "Ti in ut'duttnn
'. ",u r t firtttiltpi aottFir Tlutw lo< t N ce-
derm ft-tilt )"ir t ii iui ,. t. nie look
i t .li irt-t tr ti th t tiutu/tt it. i sitiv
S)tit> pI, i| aI t Iu htinp tovoeni't.
'l uui .uf k'it u1 on *,t'tc PJitoderm for
t .in-- w so u ,'i l I','I eutl o f that lime
J thnihit II;ulu ,' Ji'n' .i ti,,r stilt after.
lout'r, i.'t l tuer a fo Itlow n A lttr ct'tive
or Nyouii ltiNply returil 'lie snplV sillk-
:,ge t itd iour titou'-v will Iht reflunded Int
futill, Get Nixoderm ufronm uir diruitggat
todav. ''he
m money back
Nixoderm '__i
yoreeu. t
p ro tOOto
5Oa.


~~5I ~4ummmPdi4mmu.


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izc& amurr tepphito UL


IfCAATM


Dr. Gladys F ertr (D.C.)


Dr. t. rIrrL R


I The new location provides enlargement of office
space, more convenience, more comfort, and
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________Iii i Im m1 illl Mv MAT 51. ICl._J___


Baker Scores Surprise Win
Over Bailey In 220 Yards


M&ft marnua. y"ne Trlalad wa.....mashe. ,a i asa
lad MRItch GOuba oppOalUpa and aoe bMt of his (a-w Trltniadome
W" oUe aWe sterlin su as eoOn tW lb opO das f the TAA.C.
'Bteraolesylal cyle sad athletic satiea yesterday at the Queeal !
frk Oval before a lare e owd whicb Utqludtd Nla U eefierny the
deUBt OoveWnor. + -
WIth Keith Cousi, of Jaealm ,
Ladde LwU and W. Mongul. | lli I T .
Britih Oulana, aM Trinidad mrsra. l^e nA ss= v VGets
Dsrrylnlgton Barlowe. George Terry
Fcad P tBrown., among the field 51ll ic111
in the intercolonial events., Per- IllReady For t
nandex captured the one mile by e-= ,-
a half-wheel, then went on to 7.L iii m
comfortably win the three mileW in n lgvlm
aad five mile races.
But the upset of the meet was
turned in by George B.ker. rep-e- Lawrence Assam, now a lieut-
septing Trinidad in the 220 yards enant with His Majeaty'a Navy is
intercolonial flat race. Capitalls'nt putting In a lot of hard training in
en an early get off, Baker tri- preparation for his last batUtle In
umphed in a close finish frm Trinidad.. against Oeorge Plgrlm,
MacDonald BalleN, who came with southpaw lightweight in a ix-
a finishing drive to nose out George round main bout at the Prince's
Lewis for second place. British Building on Wednfsday. May 31.
Oulana'l L/Cpl. Franklin wa i un- Asam has held the amateur
placed. lightweight chalmplonslhip for quite
The 100 yards flat race open to a time, and has mashed most of
o'ncr than r'olony representatives his opponents to the ground inside
was won by F. CudJoe. Tunapuna the limit, but Pilgrim, who In his
A. C. runner, who whipped a short career h as shown that he hi
strong field of youngsters In 103-5 qulte a wallop, will be a difficult
secnnes. proposition.
rScoring another of his brilliant Mr. Karl Jaggernauth is pre-


Intercolonial


Match Race


Wednesday

Cousins, lewis And
Fernmandez To Contest
lHonourn
Keith Colvains. Jamaica. chanm-
pion, will be in a match rsce with
Mikey Fernandex. outittmne'lng
Trinidad s'heeiman, and Laddie
Lewis. Rritish Guiana star, when
the second and final day of the
Intercolonial cycle and athletic
meetIng takes place at the Queen's
Park Oval on Empire Day.
The distance has not yet been
decided upon, but cviyle fans vho
saw the first day yesterday bell.,ve
that Oou-ins with more time to
get accustomed to local conditions.
Will be able to hold his own over
any route. Lewis, who gave an Im-
pressive showing vester.aaV. Is alho
hhighly regarded by Trinidad sports
followers.


North-South

Cricket Today
A w.pifl .Tr *h still


Events


C. Skeete Scores 107 Runs In

Bonanza First Class Match


Clarencet Skeete, all Trinidad batman, showed a splendid ra-
turn to form when yesterday afternoon he nsmashed up 107 runa fIr
Stingo against Quen'a Plark 'B' ln a BoGnaa art elas match.
Skeete and King gave the ParL- i KA ta......
les 'B' bowling a atellackli elp- at bailai .............:
inig their teem to score 3 o flUor a iu b ItaldAP.i S....... I
eiff t wickets. a. M X K ig ..... ...... ...
S.ime.hdrtte and .ld it, ......................
i. I.. it -- k .--.- t m. Iu J. Jaitls* eW. b NuiP9 --. ........ .... .
book baitting honouraslga a tllta t- bAl us ...........-....... .....
dianl belted the Royals bowlig to N. A*lirall eAboti, .
the extent of 214 runs. Raucbarl- xtr ...... -....................
tar scored 55 and Vishnu U. ,,-. .
Invincible, winners of the "A" i ...... ..............
division scored 131 to Victoria's 3 4 OWLING ANALYSIS
lor four,. o W
There was no play in the Queen'a s Sam' ....... .................. i
Park 'A-St. Mary a "Police-Spjat- L TKolt ........._...1........I...... 2
ing C.ub and Maple-Shannon p. ,lRaphal .....4.................... 9 o
latcheS. C. Niarm ....................... S 0 I 1
Following were the scores: L. Coope?. .................... .. 0
SAaT INOIAN V. .R.C. l. Astintl ............ ....... 0 1 1
EAST tNDItAN--5ti insnatags"n
R. RSi NIkAil ,l N.. La. b JLlb3cltl'la 5 VICTORIA-lit Innings
M. NuMinanl slpil. N. *arker b La- L. Cooper Ibw M. All ..............
cock l .. .. e I. A91hlln b do go tl .S.o ...... ...............
H. i.....h a. w...... ..... 2r b Ac. Mlltn run out ................
Mlllan R. Trocthin run out ................... ...........
P. Hamriiriler sitpd.wkpr. Trntrall B. Hmrdlln not out .................... I .
b Lescoli .. .......... P. R her le not out .... ......... .......
R. V:ishnuii b S rkr . .. l.tT .. ......... ........... 0
K. ltic.li c Ganisun b MeMllan ..... 0 --
[., ,It etlh h l.eatck .... 1 i Tota l for 4 wlckets ...... ...... .............
I.. Rideu hl 5l;Ay is i.eas ock .. .. .. I
s. .l ickthir thibw rkar .. ...... I
t. Miih i ,ir riit out ..... .. .... .
N'. aimn eLtnt. STINGO V. OUEEN'S PARK "B"
Ek tra .......................... .... 17 STINGO-Ist Inningst:
- Archer c l lliS b lnneld ..... I
T utal .. ......... ...214......... ............... j b M l n t 14 1
C. lteele* c StiBrke b Moorse ... 107
BOWLING ANAL.YSIS Li.erleoot rtin uit .......
iW InhJ in r n t Oi.. .........


1C King r. Tresrll b hlour.......
W. Havnes tlll b Mor ............
T Rirn ti thiv Bovs ....... ... i


, so rces ni 1mo out .. .. .............. i1
Extrs ..................... 10
Tutal ir S wilkes . ..... .......... 231


DOWLINO ANALYSIS
0
P. Thomnson .......... .........
R. Benfield ..... .....................
P. Maine ....................... 8
P. Burke ......... .................... 6
R. Murray .............................. 3
Moo.re .. .......................... 5
|BI Vh .. ........................ 2
1 n-h9 .'..I


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STIFF, AChI NMIISCLES
SORE, TIIE FEET


TiAirnsumic Lmiu'r



|Royal Naval Club
t QUEEN'S PARK EAST


TEA DANCE


half mile running iriumphis, Wi" l- 5 iiitt isS car*I&U I io "ir i A puWr.i -IIUNo i m t,ii.. O M W
fred Tull. Police ace, went to the other interesting bott on the Journey to south today to ouooose 4 opi1W ...................0 o
front early in the final lap and card Including a six-rounder be- south in a frtenc'ly match at Skin- K. MMi n ... ... ... 0 3 i
easily d-feated P. 0. Wilson i'd tween Griffith and Hammy Liton, ntier Park In aid of the Welfare K. teit ,". is s7 4
Harold Graham. his closet rivals. ADAMS-GRIIRlTH BOUT Fund of the Weot Indian National K ..,,i- .... 4 0 0 0
In one-fifth of a second over two Kenneth Orlflth ace Barbados Party. K. ireistrat ...... 4 0 21?
minutes. llghtheavyweight boxer will get his Many cricket luminaries will be 'amn .....b 27
But by far the easlest victory of second crack at the southern In *the game. which will st.irt at Q.R.C.-lIt Innings.
the day was turned In by Mannie knockout specialllt, Ansel fBalai 10 aun. 3. c;a" isn not o ut......
Ramjohn who won the three-:nil Adams, when they meet In a re- The north team will beP a fol- J. ,, nt ut .. ..... ..
run by very many yards. turn bout at St. Benedict'sa College lows: N. Sarkir miiiqiiieri, L. A. TostaI flt lr no wickets ... .....
10-SECOND 440 ground on June 3. Knight icapt i. J F D. .3 aly, C.
Perhsp.s the day's outstanding This la the first time 'hbat Adams A. Roach, R T.iio Choon., W. BOWLING ANALYSIS
0 M "W
rin was turned in by H. A. Hall, will be seen In his home town rind Foergison C Skete e L. Piepe, I.. Ktakhli i 02 0
who, in winning hia quarter-mile he is expected to he at his best U A.ihtlne. B, Hardini, L. Cooper, A. .
heat by many yards, covered the he ought to be If he desires to Mlils.
distance in 50 seconds flat. V. repeat, his feat of whipping the The players will travel by the INVINCIBLE v. VICTORIA
Rivitro diminutive t. Mary's Col- rugged Barbadian glove-thrower, morntn 'runi and will be m't at iNVINCiBLE-let Innings:
leg runner won the other heat. in Another Interelsting tussle on the ti e Ran Frni nnto rallmayv station A N, n^rs c 4rSampson b TSnmn .
I n,1 Iitt l r sv Sismps.qtrs b Tronchin
.1 1-5 seconds qualifying for the night's card will be between I Fit by members of tlhei purty, ii. ,otiirin run 1it. .......
final on Wecnesday. Serrette and Rammo while Len
In the one mile intercolonial McKell. Letall Holder, Barradas, ... i-- \r. Betancourt To Coach
race. Cousins caused the lirst thrill Baotiste, Jabber Rommle. Boyce. Mr.eancour o oa
when during tile final lasp he rode Let.fng and R. Bsarada add mich SS Orphanae aers
from behind Into second place to the already colourful card W aar Sa in' Noa O pn Betancoart former
along the back stretch, but Fer- Dick rsoinet. nine-year-old son Mr Nelson Betancoirt former
nandez passed the field and staved of boxing promoter. Cedric Esplnet. $24,0W For W eek inidad and West Indi so coaricketh
off a deteimlned bid by Brown who will make his fisttle debut on this capliii has onarnted to coach
was a half length in front of dar- night. Over $24.000 In War Savings the b:iys of the Belmont Orphan-
lowe at the finish. -- ...ea age tit the national pastime.
lowis at the finish. -- ^ --- ertlncflte, %pie soldl it til''en "i i understood that this ;ports-
The three mile provided an In- ertl posti office lr ie weekiif
Thethee il prvied nan-eal'a Po~st Ollice for rite woek It is understood that this sports-
tercolonial finish. Lewis taking U o nnoll W ins nian who is also thep founder of the
second place behind Fernandea R.C o lly i s ended May 13 ii ,tas t -he County CrtI,:e-t Scheme. hts boen
while Cousins came with a daring :re-| Ro e U- formation Offe wer e asked to attend a meeting to ad-
ride on the Insilde to snatch third hirley KOsC up Spain aid slubuibs ld tie Will- ,ie ol tile fo rm ation of s gI )rlcer
position from Barlowe and Terry. thie-War Associttlon wliich co ritt eClarlon for gis' clubs
Barlowe, however. came back to lThe Oolf Shirley Rose Cup was tribute $5,353.20 and $17.125.20. il the Cluluy
tiake second in the five mile about won by R. W. Connolly yesterday respectively. Iatest purciTliases *-----
two lengths behind Fernandet afternoon with a a$ore of five up. have brought the citv's total int-
whose sprint over the lIast 300 yards while McIntyre was Second with vestments to $833.090 4() and the ST.ANDREW TEAM TODAY
pit him ahead of his field. laurie four ap. Win thTe Wi' Association. buNiug Tihe following members ha.e
Rogers got third place when Terry The results, together with two for re-sale at its various sales been sIrcted to represent St. An-
was disqualified fo? crossing, other competitions for War Sav- centres .and ldeuots, hae put up drew in the 7th round fixture of
The "A" clam cycle events pro- lng tamps are a follows:-941.60 the 8t. Andrew County Clicket
vided some of the most thrilling THE 81111ITRK mobil CUP 2,41. 60.tl t nrw Cut ice
fide some of the day, Haro llin Mr. ono I Mr, McIntyre Of $860.40 out un by County St. LIague competition today with
inhed wbn bot the day.lvn Harold Wil- M r. onoo. u Mri MclIntyre dPatrick. Fvyzabad contributed Spitfire C.C. on the Recreation
wllth am w in bog spurts eving the pltk Mti Mr. Keormtc it Sit ;Mrl $181.20 ard La Brea $79.20. ground Sangre Orande:-W. Mar-
~Pwith amatnM s0purts InI the Oiriat M ,ll 3 'iie 1 up M 'r. Next best Investor for the week tin 10 yards to cross the line In front. Palmer and Mr. 0. 3. Morrln all w the Bo o'O, of Sari Fernando Leslie Aaui. Lennox Thomssos. H.
The three mile was particularly auare. which, wlih $435 60. took its total Baker. K, Bennett, J. McKenzile,
exciting, the irat poiioon chant- nth 18-HOIZ TOURNEY uurha.s to $114.89 (O. I. C'ckburn T. Payne, D. Persad,
Int hinigt about four times in ihe ll Countvy St. (ieitilt'.s uotla of J. Kniox E. Sylvester.
last lap before Williams took the Mr.R.WConno$147.60 was lit ieevl t.
rare.r. R. W. Connolly A up; Mr. C uitn Rld 'urall wh
C Phelp and H. Mendoza Il- M. McIntyre 4 Up; Mlsses K. old- Augta'tlne and '1 ttill~ta with
hlsnimith I up.75.60 iad $12 00. roprtiikely.
vidrd Intermediate clais honours s Of $100,1'1o 0 tit)i'litv tliyft
while U Brooks copped the only TuB -HOLI TOURNEY Caroni for tile w'Tk,. ('i alirltiialla
"R" cla,'s event of tie day a one out ti) $79 20 and Bra.I-.o 18.00.
nile, Mr. R. W Connolly and Mr. C SaPRre (randlle'.-s sole effort of
A E Baptlse won the broad M. Mclntyre 3 up; Mr. Ribe8ro2 6.40 earned il t hre' tinI tihe
lump, leapil 7r inches more than r oldmith. Mr Pereir week's list fort!' .*' Illnt counties
John Aslirtad, who wks second, aip Mr. Molc ih of St Andrew St. Dahl. Ii
slid Baptiste went. on to give an d mrMorrinu___p.___ Countv Viitoria's rontrlbuitio'n
exhibition iimp of 21 feet OG. GAMES TODAYT was $25 20 tor the wrek. Of this
The St. Mary's team was first Sunday Guardilan Correpondent. sum Polite-a-Plirre Dutt U t)
hnme In the quarter-mile relay ITACARIOGVA. May It.--Follow- $21 60.
opn to r olgers and Schools, Ing are the fixtures In the sixth Dllowlng Is the weekly anInlysis
The Actllng Governor. Mr E M. round cf the Oraage Orove cricket of turcitsas imdle b% BorougVhs aIlIml*r-
Lre asirt Rrig A. F Stokes- competition beginnlnir today. and Courti's for the week ended
Roberts distriburi d the prizes. WESTERN ZONE: Ausonville v. May 1. 1944 F eeli g o e 1
The results: Rex at Tunapuna; East End vs Port-of-Srain arid suburb, lacking in enery Reba
Northern OrientA.ha a nCdrpal: Or- 8 0ng th wtan Ph"ado. 1t4- fuit ad re h h
.120 TArr14 FL.AT Nht~rredonte11: I GA aon-O.t834 0iSnFrrad.$14-dq4"-richIshtoupotaslium*
i.4I,, r M 'a, si 3 i. L..w arnge OGrove 'B' vs. Invaders at 789 60: Arlina. $13.435,.20; St. ouintne, lime. odium sae
Ti)" '.3 1 *1r owlP Oranjge Grove; Barratarta ta bye> Oeoreer, $110,872 S(: Cointy Car- other rliferatihl that tome
0i YAlyrRI FiAT iOthar tha enamiey oll, $43,387.20: St Palrick, $189.- upthesystemandmateuoyam
Mif60'St. Andrews'St. David. feel gloriously alive.
FIrst tlrat !1L1M Willlltirn |1,-Ht. [ TINUID Irw'Fo-m 'RiVQ~la Oc.I 1119.30, S-. lk tidrsw-St. laavd,
,htli T I ulliTime0,S. Ito PeVI i C. T 9324.00' Na -iva Mayaro. 3.711.- N:OS IM .U
2n kct ~I le355. CTall T 1, in n; 1001S101100,5CANADA
2nltril .n Ti.jom ; e I i.. Wtn; C1ia in&-.Apri*-V. Utltas*. Time 60: Countlv VI-torla. $9.822.00: '
I I' Mst'ttnn Tirol tO t '?. .I.illuhild U54 -'
iird ites'' Ir, Ttri'n. 1-I-L. Pterre;, i ve11 Mlt.8 CTCI., tlnterolonil: I' ToT.ooO. $18.441240: WIn the War
I R Thnn Ti I tITie to 1 M. rern.andea;it-. D. Barlow;: 3.1 1.. Association. 1829.64t .60.
Fifnl t'IF l itjne. 2--t. Winn; S- ngers. tap ice 1. Ro11 Ti. --- .-- lllll"f
I 1lit.MIlitaml Time 10 3'6. t S 1 1.
440 YAMIS FLAT ou1htr Ithou felony TWO M1I.E CYCLE (A Clasl: 1 H A
r~innerrr Wa~ll,; ams 2--T. O'Co nnor:; J
l. Hre>t: t V Ivr, I- H, Liin. Time 5A 1', ma To Seek ______
Mch., 3 H BB,. niim i 2 s. THRE.E M.1-, CYCLE tA Cl., l-. A t m tr -I --
2in4 Moslt |I A Hall! 2 -8. War. Wi~llams. 2--. .Bryan: 3S L., Wiall
r: 3-A Tio, ont, Time be. a. p S rt. Ch ine i e&ItAdult Class Centre REFRIGERATOR
$l YAr3st f1FLAT uintereeontnls: 1 S 33
W T"ull: Witson;3 I-H. t re THIRSK ILR CTCLnCil e orm'mtd*ln Hunda, Guardian Correspondeont. FOR SALE
h-Inm Time 2a IIt I C P1111, 1 p et;1 s1u2ekm n nL ARIMA, May 20 OThe Bo
THnt ":Kl Mlt.,: I.AT lOpinlI 1- M nem. McLLan. l 'p rlt--V. Slllen. oARtMA May 20. T i Boroua h t
lhait: i-J. Rrathwaith; a3-w 'Tirt.m l si. Council here is to approach te
Ari.non'si n Timell1.5I ly FeVE MILK CYCL.E latermediate : 1: iDirector of Education wi'h a view Model D-9-4 Fritidalag
a I 1R 5 R 4s'Y RAV Wott"e S and ..Mtastd I2-Q, armstrtn h
atu-ssrs I-t-i Mary'n College:a I S.-, WrkmaI o La. pP prat ..ite eto having here a centre for adult 9 aublc Net, beautiful condl-
i.',;s ". '' !th l C 'sttewe Tranqul.. P 0s. TS nlae .I a I /. evening classes tion -alml ost new -on year
!1i ,' st Tint 141 i S ONK MILK CYTCLE i Clol_-' In tin t new-one ye
lHOsI> ,lUMp i0|ei) 1 I A ReptI1le; First Most; I '1 AullIn. A Dick. in use.
I mlh .0tr 1 3 rInr. Bnvke li_. son; 3--0. nli lu l, Time 2.34 I '5 "OBEAH" FOR SAN FERNANDO
iut.. 30 ii 11 in. nd H.t 1 is aro,. Ir~ok,: -..i or. Extra lar e Otuaer free erta
ON.: ftI,.' i"Yl'IM .h'erio'niei3siaFi' ilM ntnw: 2-i Mththn.. Tim. a37 3 Sean Feralai2Xdo is to have a Sp acious Cold atorage-Ad-f
i,', rT 2 F i tr 1wn; 3 1 Inall i I--t Brooks;: H A u.tAn. m atinee at 430 p ln ar d a r ght b stable ShelveS a D oub -
T, ,e,?731 2 5 "0. (lorTamlea. ta 55b3 a-
THII'I,; 1t1t I' <'Yvi.tk inter-nIonliai: I ONIS MILK CYCi.a Novieeis: I--i. slnow at 8.30 o'ciit'k On Thursday, Vegetable Storage Coinpart-
M rFerniarlet;. 3 Q lewli. 3 -K. Orl; 2-C Allow. o0. Asard. May 27 of "Obelah" entertAining merii. with controlled humidity.
I TmWO iLl WAKINO RS ,0n dramna by Mr. A R. Roberts with
~TWO WaLK WALKING SACM iotieitl:whc
I I J. Achl. ; C. Niles; 3 0Which( Nelsolttani players recently 'Phone 7001.
,CONlIINLED IN NEXT COLULMNI Brown. Time i it iii. drew backed hotuses in the city. -- - -- -.- --



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.een This Date 0o!.-
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at -
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I have been favoured with in-
etructions from Lt. Paul K.
Vioond to sell at Public Auction
his complete household Furni-
ture.
G.E. Fridge, 7-Tube O.E.C.
Radlogram with automatic Record
Changer. Morris Suite (complete),
Dinlng Room Suite (complete),
Dressing Table, Corona Portable
Typewriter. Lady's Bicycle with
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Boards. Smoking Stand. Reading
Lamps. Mosquito Nets, Stool,
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Cabinet. Tables. Book Ends, Ferns
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Electric Hot Plate, Electric Iron,
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Brooms. Mops. Mats, Curtains.
1 Lot of Cutlery, including
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Linens Gardening Utensils. Clothes
Press, Books, Glassware, Clothes
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Baskets. Table Mats, Gardening
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M______________________ UNDAY GOUAMIMAN, MAY II, 194.


S .hBelmont Clash In Caroni Bat Acting Governor

n rCup Final Today Hits Six Sixes Netball Prizes Tol
_ - In 74 Not Out -
rTwtor of the faengr semijflna by giving ctgwe ovr In 74 N ot O ut 'Me Actinor, the N W A. a.
7H blu aDed the right to clash wth Belmont 1644 mnttball praises at the Orph~ng-"ReX
SMl# uPdly cricket In the city continues today, $M y 64""M Ceral-a, wlt. Park Oval tomorrow afternoon.
h t am 8jnat h bave-----. CHAGUANAS, May 20.--A hurri- The match l be played in ad-....
-_ dividlo. while their II. Thou ,. J. Boucau, 1 .Alien Ce knock of 74 not out by La.l- 1---
S"Al division win- Uee Weldon U. Ward, JI. Mat&e chand of MerrBoy' &and the de- of the Win the War Welfare Fund'uS
I. .Cluir. last year' Smith and P. H.-is. fet of Dow Village Bat Indians and a colorful aggreViton hasHO
At the hands of CaIrry On C.C.H o
Melbourne colonial Cricket ClubWere e highlights of py as lastl beenseectd to oppbe the 44
A al between Cosmos will select a team from the follow-intheCron Cricket champions in which is
B o Recreatlon -ill be ing to play the Queen's Park Leag concluded on Sunday. pected to
WayI aHotel C.. Today. W. V. L. carry On have now tied with' be one of the keenest games of a
K te pushed their total Wiltsahire (caPt.), E. Belgrave (vice Dow Village East Indians in the the eason.
I W0 by two runs, capt., R. Mason, E. Draper, 0. Southern Division while Merry On Match<
H iaket Intact. Grant, J. Belfond, 0. Frederick. Boys have drawn level with Cup On Friday, Malvern defeated ,key
MB gae figure In the S. Thomas, J. Reabourne. Peters. holders St. Mary's in. the Water- Orphar.tige 20 to win there
iCriirn's, Dodge and H. Charles, E. Ottley, W. Culpper lo o region. The four clubs will- an follow
S KnIockout fixtures. T. Daniel, A. Gritham and Victor clash in the quarter finals to de- ata Cup and "The Rest" are also A .,..
4M First Class match C. Vincent.h a cide leadership for their respective out to lower the colours of theA ""
S Queen's Ftrk "A" and At thle conclusion of the match division.
will be concluded at this evening there will be the ---- powerful Orpanage, who for two nd Jon
J "-1sdy. selection of the team to play the In a same, brimful of interest, years in succession carried off the ,
Preston Club Bachel- leet Air Arm at Plarco on Satur- Carry On whipped the unbeaten Cbral Shield and Rawllns Cup. "
house-match for the day. Dow Village East Indians by 22 M. Parris, captain of the Mal- Umpires
00 P on the club ground .runsl thus earning the right to vern outfit, will lead "The Rest" C. Th
"a onn the star games FRIENDLY MATCHE have another clash against their team In tomorrow's match
ia.e the present cup- opponents to decide leadership In FPollowing is "The Rest" team: ner of I
2t i enedlcts will go all The following will represent tho Sou'hern Division. Goal-keeper:- P. Williams tDe- and War
gxluer thel" -at win. Bulk Purchasing Sports Club Feature of tLa game was a bold rf,illne: Defendling-centre:_- J. V.Fri .
th ..e importance of the against an eleven at Plarco. declaration by Carry On when Masslah (Dutinvllle); entire B Winner ,
S ton games, umpires Transportation will leave the their score stocd at 96 for the los. Gonsslves (Zenith): Attacking-cen- Potter ai
tu rn up early Control Board at 1 p.m. sharp: E. of six wicket.t, giving their rivals tre:-M. Parrls Malvern) Attack: t t
tutea to represent Murray eapt.), W. dePreitas, H. 108 runs to get In 120 minutes -. Sylvia Williams Deflanre): a.
..t Grenada In July yes, Th Indians made bld bid s Shooter:- Vida Horsfurd Mal- willY ol
Fthismorning, McKenzie, G. Hendy, F. Piada, t r 45m h
g round'matches in th A. E Assing N. G Cadet, and tood at 61 for the loss of fi Pricesfor admission will b weathert
,,,,. .........he i .. Mssah Rsrvs:O.Grn wictkets, but steady bowling by rcsfo dl lnwl b %,ble.
un: Je v Mas iah. Reserves: 0. Gran- Ramlal and Rattan mowed down c(nts 1ad'!es Stand): 24 cents" I
grpound: Jewellers vs ado and P. the remaining bats whi only Pdd- Pubic Stand) and 12 centa tUn Negro
f" *Public Works DeI,tnieint Staff ed a further 15 ru-s, the innings covered Stand).
ground: Glenford vs of Arima vs Cartnage C.C. at eventually c;osing for 86 runs. Tickets can be had from Stoll- I WVefitl
Carenage:- A. F. UGarcia capt.), Scores were Carry On 96 and 96 mnev'er It'. aind Trinidad Building
ground: Oxford vs A Mohammed. A. Hosrln, M. for six declared: P. Baksh 24 not ,ind Loan Association Tile
5. d Modeste, A. Tt.iboulay, H. Nurse, out and 13: J. B. Ram 21 not out; I opened t
l ou M F. Baksh. E Mohammed, L. P Kowletsar 31: Ramlal 12 ani --Negro-
r: run. fxuc Heaso vs Cumberbatch, J. Laban, B. Bhola, 16; K. B Ram 15 and 10. J. Al; 're A",
bth round fixtures of the and Henry Niirse il2tl t man). ot four for 34: Brchtin there for 0 today. "
Ibs Cricket Competition:-. Tuinaptuia Sport cricket club will 16. J Tennv 2 for 18 and J. Ram-, 0 e. aA"1oam Lose The a"
py thep following at Port-of-Spa'n ddass tw) for 20 .B i u\Jto aa nsd
,.. ,, ,oo., .o,-I,-.ndj, But W in Division arnst-s.,.
N AN DIVISION on WedneFdiov. against Acme C.C: Dow Vllae Eas Indians 84
SMahase Sligh ,cpt>. H N. 86. Tennv 40: 0. A'l 19 an.d 13: J ...
itim'Ss Essex: New SInh, S. N Singh. it. Marjh, C. Al 16 nldid F, Ramchvirran 17; Best Sunday Ouardlan Correspondent.
i Lancashire: Modern Morris. S. SNingh. Mo!'ammrd. owlr's were- J F, Ram three for 'I'ACARIGUA, May 20.-l-'lht last
al a Fr.inca Printrern o vs S. Msal,. B. F Fn. '. 18, and three for ': Ramlal three round of the Easern Zone game" L'
touse: The Reds a bye. vs ).M ,B. i dn P. S ono- for It 1'd three for 23: J. Rattani co1eluded here on Sunday left I
'te Reds a bye. lah. Dm. Shgh, arid P. Sagobin two for 13. 1 Orange rive (At winirs al.
412th Man),
1" DIVISION I. ... th ough they went tinduer, to Arnina
A hiirriflne ktock of 7 ":'t out I tportinr Club, on first innings.
u Australian vs ohnsos alchana of M"rrv BRSo P en- Si. Clair won from PW.D. by
S"A" V a Westiirners, h 'ed his ,ide tL whin Frelrdshin 14 runs. Orange Grove tBh won
Wvs CYO., Summer So ut Snort H f' hi l'.ve t. thuil' -,-wln from East End.
SMetropolitan Guardan level ith Cun hphders St. Mart"'s Ho'din the spotlights ,,f thi
N extMetropolitan. Guardian T t the head of the table in the round were E. Prescott for Si. Ci
etN ext Monthud ittWa hat'mleo r.le IhClair, nine f:rr 4d. C. Sampson for
"C DIVIBION Frilndin Ha'1 51 ri,'s B Nar- OG. (A), 59 not out ad 19 not
SDIVISION ... alt, 22. T ', ",,I six for 17. oul L Harrimaln for 00. B1. 50
vs ? Renown "B". Ml- Under the patronage nf thf Mt,'r B', 73. Onpi'"-"ld 20 d 'lls. J. Banadur 10 for 51, lfor
wvs Queen's Ml Hon'bl. Timothy P.i doa', Mayor of Bnd rPntli 14 S. M hrmtn'- EEas EtdE
Suees Park a Hoel, Sal n Fernmnd', will be heldR a cyc'e Qrot 3 f'r III B. I awrenre Iwo for
A tusex.ue'l-ol vs t. sir- anld ah'etec sportr mPetir Ftit h, ni-1 K Proqv two f ',. :0:--
swanugue e- Dy. Fkilln'r PIrk 111n Corpus Christi. F:ipenrNtahl'I d'id i..i"'u 13R-
Il's ol YuCle's ground: 'T1llsdav.. ule 8 P'8,,rl,,,t S.....>, 60: B. Naanju RNITa SAL
'&Ott (Capt), W. (Wrmnhn- Thi' p-tin. will, n'i-mnotod hv ? ,'d si 4.""h 4. U I U AL
,ales., C, Jones, V. Dar- Mr. Viiin 'Trore ,'"'l'i"n ,not,- s .. .'i 1H t piI v"rtnr ,
it .Asgsrall. A. Asgarall, J. ma, and th, .,. .,1 h .be,,, 1 ,,,, ,,',.,. t''1 ..... ,,P,1i,,l," pe |, 10O 8S iaddu l Ioad, nt. lluc
Mr 0. Blackman-riope, P. .'vents. v-ito he Colony star ath- for til'.p .s of 'lve wic"'-, Al- M .RAtAI e %k I
J. 3attan, J. BlaciKnan and iies ciIIlnep'i~g. 1 l, i,"F'. i n I '". i Mn bis ,,., and k I. urnlulrc
S--...... o! 14 n o''t trhr.eet i nnr Sirngle tr
1mtandos on C. '.O. ground: ind 12: P. Pragg got three o day., 2 id May, Iron Cot
3e, iCapt.), B. arette, Eors W in Sunda 3. ,,,. Nets. a"n
Usyne, C, Brown, .. Vantr-Ii robe PSunday
T L ,,o H M orris, B .r 1t a L gT ,,- ez r te b M rs B P ., ,i, C :si 1 ,1
. Samuel,. e. Joh P. Netball Leaguee l Two Bicl scle Pell l her good ad use-%T'
Sand PR. 'Millard l2h (1 B y l r1 c lul l-urniture such as Dhoile Table. Hai
V Eagti.s Netball Cgub have won t Ba at ia M e ri Divan wih SIIInF. d.. T able. Koo
-the (cup ed Cbv Sir Edwar For Barataria Meet r Mattress .S a wiSpring l eanand Wrblteg
Ki CRI KET Cunard. for the Pembertn Sun- Malatre,s, Simmons Da' ed, Mats, "t
Agnce vswo biycliegeiSprigarex dnnad Wrifoge
Mfth round tures:-- day Netball League competition. Two bicycle prizes are donated, one spring and Mattress, C', p Mir
i, Agencies vs Enfield- This was decided at a Rneetinlg of by Mr. F'elix GritT1h, and the oilier r red Ladits I res.er and St ol: Chairst a
0 POudry va. Kent, wind- the League's committee oil Tiles"- by the San Ji* n Club will be Cyp Mirrored Hanging ress, cyp tbos
0 1011shire. Stingo vs New da' afiernuon. among the troplii a at the Cycle Chest of Drawers, 2 Medfchie Gong. ,
0411. vs Fearless Boys, Mr. Fit~rov Jordan, Vice Presl- ,nd Athletic sports meeting to be Chsts, Cyp c lothes Cupboard, Tables, C'
her vs Aston Vnila M'aple dent of the? Irae presilded over nc t~lsots""" ob>cvs* V ^ Cpo rd T Sb'"
n ASton Villa, Maple mdent of tie Ia whav h h presided over iela under the patronage of ine Crap and Cedar ChesLs. Presswcod ner Bla-
i:n th othe h lhne tat the ,',muetltion will manager of te Arangucz Ksl, te. lIa:ging Press with Sliding Door. pte, ra
I nmet eaoe I i t h : m e i t n w l l a e i noli f B o t h e Aai l g H S tet e P p e L a d
n Youngports be brighter net var, 11 t he Balatarla Oval on Mvy 28 Cyp Bedroom Chairs, hoe Rarks, rto Lade
on Se t. Mary's ground: The cuo will be resented to and 29. 2 Hanging Mirrors, 2j x 'ft. ools, E:
berbatch (Capt, H. La the winners at a resintaion ftine- T'The meeting will be competed by Baby's Cyo tPressl and Cot, ied Crockry.
. heToin, T. York, R. til,, one a (Iate to be fixed by the the Trln.Wd athletic aces. and side Carpets, Child's Rock"r, CIa- Itemns (
T. ggaasar, C. Acosta, M N'tball Commlttee. will carry a 33-item programme. paud Dining Table Drop Fnds and murnig
P. Rojas, C. Pantir C. N ......... Zacharia's barbering saloon has 6 Chairs, Cyp Sideboard and S orv-
Ba oaRgeng R For donated % special trophy fo'r the ing Table, 4 Capaud Morris
220 yards opin flat rae-. Chairs with Cushions, Crap. Mor-
SL. Israel, S. Reynalds, K. Running Race Fo Pre)aatons have bern com- s Table, Crand Mor i
3 E]mmanuel, A. Williams No ic 0 pited, and ithe track was opened with Book Cas,. Sides.M
ruffe R. Weekes, ovices On J une to pcice fiom Monday last. Stands ad leading aps
1, D. Warner, M. Julien, and CyiS ladies Desr and Gent's Omce
"Ph. The annual Saddle running race Lkadle sMa k *an Gent's oafe n-
10 Blenedicts: R. H. Gittens for novices, promJted by Ml f Vi DkEou Frl ae ny Oit Safve aon-d -
t, 8. Bishop, C. Ifill, A. (ieorge Browne, Mr. P;. Niles. atc. T I u r UIOr Folaow s3-Burne s Oil StovJ and
6, 1t. Mauge, H. Sarjeant, Mr. Randolpl Grainger will b Oven. Thermos Jars and Jugs.
t, J. Austin, 8. Reid, A. hLeldl on Crpus CIhisil, June 8. Look Out fo Broo is. Brushes and Waxers,
k'And E. Bedoe This "eventwas wn )wnl* -ear *.'^by V[ Enamel Aluminum and Iron Pots
l and Re. Beddo W.Arnsiroing. with E. Goriug set- .ld ParisGlas s and China Ware,
roud Club on Son- ol Id.D | TR U BLE Cutlerv and Service. Boxers Punch
Pound: K. Mathura T B i. rThe two runters together with ha Baa. Bathroom Scale, Diamond
Cn C, huckarec, t llo not be eligible to al6 Gaasm aches mad you em hlmp as Lamps. Christmas Tree Dece-
Wt Wl Pataysi .. Hoselnligompete hr iiix irbIls tine andcla YOU can't are t rations, Baby's Pram, Garden
'Fine and 'rilncompeteufor tionturs atlstime. hard I y- isk aytourkedno H ha= Table and Benches, Two
VI nle B1' Si r iB n hThe noie runners are hardgto b i lbto e 5ok l w i u o 44-Gallon Water Drums, Lawn
h Alt (12thm .training blr thls rlulnlgi event. e frnslth bad. Wh esknysfailthe Mower and extra parts. Garden
ll t t. Crip ns Cup- sydm wems leI with poaoisn ,O Tools, Garden Hose. 125 ft. wowl
" the t. Crisp's. Cp diessadeL-JAY GAMES TODAY a, s oll'w. Run, Pure Bred Rhcde Islands.,
A wAMll TbfA coefrmteleel di, zds'tinsllct the shoal. A A White Leghorna, (ianLts and Wya-
21 Will be chosen from the Sunday Guardian correspondentt 5alM. rakeoDoid'sKiMyPill. ScP& i e ndotte Fwla. -OaB. PpMy r
Sto represent Young Aus- n~t ~~ -a.cp" t
,.ton East Indians ground: SAN FERNANDO, May 19.- Fol- St. by &de. i s ialmadinircre hI Fowl R un. I Rabblte a du4c5b;
:phens Ecapt.)i L. Joseph. lowing ,ire the fixtures of the El- within I ho r asi te lig Ddd's Kid.., Do, Kennel, Bovi Biclye, spetal
Hitt, W. Monsaegue.,R. Dot- Jay cr'ket competition Lor Sun- Pls, yw kidneys me quici adJairing Ice-Box 501b. Capacity
I, W.Matrsckg, B. Plgrm, F. d t ",a, y way le waste poisis andcwlthIcame Items on view Saturday and
itPilgatricm B Do ve, "A Division:-- Clydesdale vs dAiness and Ie adaches. Demmnd dLd'W Sunday
t, 0. raSea ItB. n-Dove Catholic Yoiths at Skinner Park 1; KdeyPlls at yu 's.b'd. L u h
eae and S. Lanes vs Mid 'lesex Kt Skinnetr Park 1w theblu 6zewith tibte nd bao ds. Lu TERMS-CASH
C.C. on G.T.C. grond 4: Victoria vs Toll C'Itea at Skin- Uhtle4 41 pills oaly 2/. I'l
&~l C.C. on G.T.C. ground: ncr^ ^ Par 2.A ^ w ,C
4100 (Capt.),W. John, n. -- Park 2n 1
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ANEMIA
A Disease ef the Bleed
It is a condition in which the
blood is reduced in amount or Is
deficient In red blood-ells or n
hemoglobin, manifested by pallor,
shortness of breath, and palpita-
tion." 'The primary cause of this
disease Is disturbed innervation
of the blood-forming organs, as a
result of spinal leslonp which are
reflexlv produced thrUVh various
oredlsosinx causes, among which
may be wmentio.ied the following:
Haemorrhage, discharges, Imperfeet
nutrition, excessive nursing,
chronic intestinal catar'rh, wasting
disease, unhyitenic surroundings.
deflcelo food, excessive mental or
phslcg workt, and pregnancy.
The blood is light in colour, and
It Is also considered by sou
that 3assulatlon Is slow. This is
another disease which respond toI
qhtMmete JUe pastm s readily.
Dr. SAM119 lwOirm .CYrE.C
(U.L8A".)
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At e A R aeieth studio
Mmber Aanglo-West Indies ChIro-
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It Clash ath e Queen s- (FPa Daft. ebeeis and
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Ga : mp es Me -eshl .........D lT' "Iae
,L mKuw:n .b.il 'o";"''na it" "d.
c y Games'e 'n sale at your Drut

is WeekNagilb Ella. & Sow
is for the oweek In the AA DeIpt.
"ock-out competition are SOLE DISTRIBUTORS.
': ,. 5 6 ac. charIettei strea
i.: Hotspurvs Fleet Air PEONE M4N
I": Umpires Messrs. Galt 7"i"E"i'-
** HWAR CL41PUDS
IVA' Casuals vs Benbow. -arec
1Messrs. Agostini an Eyre A.VA G LOW I
urs.: Rugby Club vs Win-
SUmpires Messrs. le'unt The tension Iln M ulroe will s I'
*irdropper. C4oubt soon burst Let us nrenarr
'roUpper, therefore to relcice together over
1 l: eet Air Arm "A" vs viciorv of the United Nations.
of A. tmpitea Messs.I WHTTF LINF.M DRIUl suitable
md Knowles, M1LIE )TAsutb-
hope that no club will for Gent'R EVeninge Wear atl
r a otponeret, which 415 00 er 2-c. suit or Dra
y be granted, If tI rCa
mak the ground unplay- KHAKI SEPOf.s tablef to,
officers' wear at tiOi yper 2-pc
prn ad r suit ordered.
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P o s. Blnetion ofrthe
rouners ma ~r'stc Fal es, whic
trtn",sToRotF, 2 i-Clarence Spencer
ulturial and .9ocnl Wet- Tailor MaJor
Dsiation, F i:l be cncluaced 14, Marine Square 'ast.,
Near R.'. Cathedral.
rown i'p.s' took the crease 'Pshote No 4670.
j silt a spti'ndid innings --- -.
160 runs against t Youths. I


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