Trinidad guardian


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Trinidad guardian
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Sunday guardian
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Trinidad Pub. Co. Ltd.
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Port of Spain, Trinidad
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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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jpident Roosevelt pcN WRfW Heavy Rain Hampere ll- Desve-rate rio T HaIOT1 lll
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G v e s A c c o u n t To V l M ilita r y O p e r a tm n s OR' .. __ _
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N osea22et in1 h L ND May 22. (AP) Pressing on with their pre-invuiou SOUTHEAST ASIA COMMAND.
rto geong to. Sault which has shaken Europe with at least 17.000 tons at bombn KANDY,.CEYLON. May (Reu-
toIter)--Latest report s =ut that
[ i I n thteAfirst twt r. the last four days, a combined force of sbout 2,000 Allied heavy the capture of Mvltkyl Itself
Jd this year the United bombers and fighters has delivered new blows against Germany's may not come al loon U was t 4" ....
2W plans naled,W her allies first ,hought. Today's n~unluRe o t DifrI n as n S r tey D c d 3 Mn a ns
tt 2,00 'pansnerl lmping transportation system. + . . .. says that heavy rain h m ee
and Js more^-su~by than !o'h^mp Reports Differ In*is~m Strategy. Diwu ^M ntal
Btrdmr h.60,000 A task force of about 500 For- Surabaya Base military operations around there 1 o n a n
vehicles. In the tresses and escorting fighters flew yesterday but an Allied column
years, said Mr. Roose- 4Wreies from bases to bombard Destruction In Film'....- On Crisis
UnIte5 States had the Baltic port of Klel, extremely Ing the road to Mvitkylna, Mo-
,r allies, mainly Br-valuable to the Germansashi& O.ON, May 22,Reuter) auntandFortHertz.if'n the-. uare
and China, supolies ping point to forward mateial --Amessage from Sydney to- north.B
than $24,225,000,000 -coming from Sweden for distribu- day said that Britain will soon North of the Tmohal alstln Allied I ug raC p u e
Ie-lend aid was less tion through the Kiel Canal. be able tj see a film giving troops have rushed Into the hills
cent of America's The Luftwaffe came up to pro- vivid evidence of the thorough- we,;t of the Kohims road and
nditure, tect this northern target and after ness with which the Dutch kille,4 about 60 Japcanese. ft t f LONDON, May Tr2 (Reuter's)- ,"anadian Troot
produced by far the reports of violent air battles. the fired the Surabaya naval base #he-roadl they met Turotper op"11- CoMUcng reports ar r ,-.cnBh
of her own needs, German radio began to complain before they left it to the iAh rutt rained their objective eu ra| Breach c n o ,t t<
president, and was the that their fighters had difficulty Japanese. The film shows Jets Tn the south more Jatpneset:eutra l cuumue- about tht )i u-
dction arsenal of the In finding the American bombers ol blazing oil apreadinq tacks oilthe Palel-Taru road can rwer e Bulta. o 1n er- Wt Of PontvcorV o
% t /ons, second only to the in thick layers of cloud along the across the naval base engulf- have b oon thrown back. At one the Pr ane M ints~er had oM M Wo By EDW ARD XK NN gKDr
ktotes, Britain had freely route. Ing ships and miles of docks m0 to the United States American fighters shot down 22 in a column of great fflmes killed. lALLIED HEA Dt UAkIRS. N
nation on military machines and from all operations and smoke rising 1,000 feet. Allied atrcraft have nolniued ([ pro-German he hirert is said to LADUARTEM I
obtained Shin thehadfirstalo miifive bombers and eight fighters are The pictures were taken by a suprort all the 00-ound troops and C rain favour of getting Asularta Pto[ May ied22 t P hr A neri tl,
-rt:iOf war. Shpa lomsig ourer Dutch naval Goficer. on Saturday night R.A.F. bomb_ right out of the %,it.n eato rielsody
~bstantal aid to Russia HEAVIEST ASSAULT ers attend Mandalay. The Russian newspaper "Pravda" p
reverse lease-lend one- pbihda sablrpr o htcatlaco iyIsl sipe nddby TeRPinteha ies f 00 Us S.'plane STIWEL AKS VE dy-ha te ovrnet as&1 2 mle fomth Azi bach
3esupplies needed by The R.A.P. In the heaviest of l~ T C > 1^ STILWELL TAKES OVBB day that thel Goverunent has al fnl.fro th l| H |H ^ ^ ^ ^mlttL^Ai^he
:: i at e d r'e s s s a d t h e 0 th e ont'h 0 ^ e x c t d v e r y _R i d Flv ar c u s 'a l S t ilw e l h a s t a k e n o v e r r c~ d y r e s ig n e d a n d a c o r r e s p o n d e n t .t^.^ M^H^hr T w x mJr aw n n lo b ~ h *
0o' e in Britain. their twelve major night assaults tknoe ctyrsge n or'pn
iat i aid te of t th ecud a-very- command of the Burma Chindlit, says that no successor has yet been Th G German High Oommaa
ieut that 13 Ameri- heavy attack on Duisburg and ad. the famous Jungle fighters trained found. Ile sa8s that Bulgaria,. fc- threw the reserves alltsd
decared war lend-e obseetiven tho a nover ar w en and commanded by the late Ing an ultimatum from Oern~my Into the line In a dnpea
d ca e waro^ on Ge obj e v in th e H n er area Aa vnedneral W ingate until his death, and warnings from Russia, is with- to r d Ro m e te teen dO t
announced a state of al5d an enemy airfield in Belgium. ITsl n disclosure was made In 90 out a Government. divisions, ha^ th al e rofle m bi
kW anti were members of About 750 aircraft participated I slinf h rne ieesn IvsinsraeysoeheeIeEgen eerlSr aldenth erii igtn
B t N a t i o n s T h e o t h e r s t h e n i g h t 's s e r i e s o f o p e r a t i o n s a n d O r e r o f t h e r Da fr o m A dmtt e nl o G ee o t h e r h a n d u n c o n t hre d L. M c o f B s g u i n v a sd i pt y hsh s e v e r a l o f t h e m b
!< d ipo mat ic rel at on 30 f a~led to r turn ,o e~ t o s n ^ W a Lord to'. le M ountbatten to General tport in G eneva say that the Dth" u* tn g hi saion straterr som ew here In E n gian e G en er al 81r m auled in th e terrl tic fnghtln
rN diplomatic relation sundrd a nd fftun --- Stilwell congratulating him on the Government h-s been Ii contlnu- -rnrd i. M en ry, commander *t Britlh ronnd tnv Ion me taus 10 days, are now commit
'W : "Thiese nations have Liberators with the same size es- _LONDON. May 22 (Reuter) capturp of Mvitkyvina airfield, In OUR; session for the past 48 hours, fre, nd t-G eai .D. rr, o m ner n-hief o f rtd on tsmitwaxndiAsclos bed. l
military, economic war. cort gave Pas de Calais a second Tokyo has reported Allied air at- .norther.burillanc. fyorlftsdesrbedatsgacurannte. TninthsoutCnda Am rgh)-& poo)hn,,f Rome.i wsdalgd
N p olitic a l a id th ro ug h p o u n d in g in tw o d a y s. D es p ite N a .l tac k s a g a in st M ar c u s Isia n d y thipb ian c edop b y th e o ur ag e T ho d esc r ib e d a s a c u t e so u th o f R o m e .e m o
r*.-tlbuarlne action and claims of air battles along the about miaway between the Mar.nd enrh acedouvyourA angeThoseienlu'ngreports hg Malt a (jt s. .irst a Man Found ln US!&
to establish United shalls and Tokyo. The Japan and Cieenduraneo ops"thrdAericanking arbmysofincers.areng owt hioh-MM atn FtounrstIn of Slo hsh
biy that an Allied task force was (A"lof Germanmohs bilenptred
W 3tgry naval and air ied Aaav. 'e have taken the enemy lently nn1ti-oertran and today the Catholic A rchl-" p alt e a m* %orce*
WIRY Unitedi States 'plnse TAllied Ai Aut senin te arcus of Sathdaynd bh" comsuite ley c Bulgarian Pri .e Minister is lad B con- BHlgariand HacikedF e id within reach, te reported .
1 t)Mlted Sates 'planesof Marcus on Saturday, nd th e yp personal congratulto t aerfse nivtto o By WINIFRED Bt.'Khaenwbntronio
WI trritory. the sever- Is Invasion Says 'nold frt faseisoeris nMrcst alrnkseualrlt aerfsda niaio o VL1A a 2i~uc)B dH c e
* ade with the Axis. and first of a series of raids on M arcus to a ranks including General Hitler's head -rters. The Stock VA LF TA Ma 2 : eut r h ave now b eten throwd Into the
o-Operation for the sup- CHICAGO, May 22 (Fbeuter) Island mas made th. e day. Lentaigne'R forces who are o- Monsinor Michal Tnin wI q Italy. This morning the Poden
i ef Axis subversive actlvl. -General Henry H. Arnold, Enemy reports say that nearly undryour command." now holm "Tidnngen" was quoted or who became the first Arch- To D ePflf captured Point 912, anotlehr b
SChief of the U .S. Army Air 100 American 'planes launched flw 7 correspo nd ent t Southeast K te report from Berlin that the Bul- bishop of Malta whe -. Pope tion within the Hitler Line nea
A merlcan republics also Forces, said today that the attacks during th.fe morning and Asia Command headquarters sy s vited to Berchtesgaden but the Mata to an archidloce tti s t fro m Brtan are in cI4
I In developing the Allied air onslaught is an inva- early afternoon. The assault was the ne appointment was dmadeaW ilfr ed Armstrong, quiet, hard- t froa Britain ar ,n -"ow "
of raw materiatl, sion in the deadliest sense of the carried on yesterday with the Al. to ensure the -mooth workln? ci Is said to have rfpliedthat week, ma him solemn tntry wo rngsh rol quiol, ca ct, t h th e le Line
,etlfal to the war in- word. liu each raid, he & lid, the lied 'planes making two attack General Stlwell's combined r-o Tunpuiboth sidof t HlteAuinoaeirfl
United States. We Americans sent over the equiva- soon after dawn. ish America and Chnese opera- country. Mdlna. the ancient capital of was found lying dcad > bed at and on their left the Cm.adisn1
from. Latin A erica lent of one division and they '.7he Japanese also say that air t 'sh American andoChinese opera- Hitler Raid ., t that ca Prince Malta today. hom e o nl Sheriff StreeL, about 11.30 have brnkn i nto the outer de,.
W.woth"lull f oredte eras o one. ai letewesondd in r t designed t o openateln Cyril must be the one. Late last The cereniony dates back to o'clock last Saturday night with fencesof 'heline atone outr
.f~worth Ltiannually mr~Of forcedletothe Geermansdilintoanconcen-thy raid aalerts aansw,:re lSsoundedsa tain theai lnroute todel eChina,.ooente ladhead.t fe n. Laelst T ecee oy ae ackt 'l ckela ndstSa urday igis wih fecs f"h Ld lyn o
,tOun commodities is trate on their air defences, whole of northern and eastern Their need to hold the Burma night Berlin Fid that Prince Cyril 10W0. head, face annd shoulder lodly ponts ,ortheast if Pnntecorv
itrtz, cry alst e rnr ti q u-ini Tokyo during tie Allied attacks, alrfields to support their troops U had refused. According tn rel rtks .. ... .. .. ............. angled. teo l to the to 'lg Liri Valle de-
z a t a mercu ry, [Associated Press says that Manipur and o harass the Chin reaeh ns turkey today the Bul- Overl' ard muffled crises tl f enc,. Sertorius a lemitna
F I* ft reond many apch rteld oeeinv ony o United States army bombers d l; stride the Myitkyina and parian High Command hats ordered stated, led to the dlsc "y Berlin military commentator.saiS
Fortrse rt2 epor ted a sen d blasted Ponape Island in the Mandalay communications, cost Armv rpserveb to report at once, -ye CW itn1 looe Mrs. Armstrong, fror% another tonight that fighting for the
the alloys suptlled by about20 Oermtan fighters all day Mtrshalls on Fridnlh t he Japanese 213 aircraft In the The Russi]rn Prrss nuotes Tstan- room in the house, went in to in- ruins of Pontecorvo I severe.
Sl ,mnerlcan reoubl ^s taw e d l on. atne gr up o were -lOv' Saturday,' while the U.S. Navy last 10 weeks. This number was bul reports tl-,U the. ~errnats are S ay R A F? M en v" te "nd' Is '" llgd.(ud r i ,orc,, with num roi
been greatly hand*- started to attack but' were driven Marine airmen bombed and destroyed by Eastern Area Cotrn. itren ithenini th 1 nulariian llaak ^ l A r 1 her hand lying In pool of t n ta and strong Infatntry a
'off by P378ovmbers. Cloud patches ,rafed the remaining enemy- mand Ighters of the Third Tac- Sle eoa tal defences and BulqirOi --f blood with wounds about the head putting in etntinuous itts".
oov bu Roe .groupswr held b.el in the Marshalls.] tical Air Fore. who &'"to W h a sWMr more I va to releo shoulders". O16MAMMS ArM D
....... ,-i r te t- ---visuall y.destroyedan*other ;,.J .43*;alp 2m14 0on front.It OeDv nelhbour, *ho O"W ACHXBtBiD
f" f '1' k lit It'h moderate to intetwive " an atonal M. t rle4f that Rntlin feel in t'<"-",. 1W to attracted by craea tor h tp TIM( Allied Itaian campa gn tPI
Many fres flickred n Kiel and to.Intens "ive e--- Blaff Ia s *ettivit Mor. ond m rGe r .----'- promptly made a report to t6e achieved its two main purposes ~
PA, May SB neuter) -- a pall of smoke hung over the city Di5l Xw T better and M-row radio is broad-' L N, May 23 tAP)- A poVee, who hurried to the scene to engage a b t prt of the Germa
MbtdAustraia t eMunister when the Americano predeparted.tlt s sThe Sovie Lull T enmFi t Hit f ttr remlndes th't[. the recent Stockholm desapatch to thl"Dally to nnd Armstrong already dead,. army dthte ou en front mAt
today that Aus- Air Ministry report s wrmshje t h e s " I to pt a cfth e k g i n d o t in the Tyrrhenian coastal t
total wrexpn-ah der ofene fehce of Dutsburh last night Sovie Be Da rs 'il -v --_t Mamca ot 41 r' biu I Allied ning from the shope close by, were the Americans pushed farther I
99c-hend than was the when Lancastere dropped wenB over BV -F irst H Tprisoner of war b the Nas" rp.-rted to have been found In- the hills despite intense oppootoll
ten. Australia was tro- 2whe0 lon tons. de ByRUSSELL LANDST OM STOCKHOLM, May 22 (AP) ka Ifind T ll1Ph ^ ihfow c th at the "ma sacre did not tat. from fresh erman t -oop.
Autrlnt a wo the long thons. LONDOuN. Way 22 (AP).--'e An article in "Brueeler Zeltuog" Ki n -g LUInches take place m a ialash between pri- Armstrong t survived by his Prench troops closed In on Pe
-tnthn of the food From then on fighting was sus$- lull on the eastern front went in- by the German military writer ,,,ttE |nnra and, but was carried widow and six children. the oldest and elsewhere made progress t
the American forcesil tained throughout the attack and toitassecond month .while the Heinz Bongarz said DeMritrk was WithMontrgomery out by groups of guards who lost 13wydow and tarile y o ldest ad lnd ightin They Occupied Mount
BUMi, said DrOn thetwayhome. One bombel ermans were trying to uet s & mos t likely to bt-their heads anI'mt th rst ta c. n
)beff ^ Jlf ^or the artls for* ORsuch things as group alone reported sighting 75 theo places where the vast double flrit bid of in Alled invasion land. LONDON, M&ay 22 (Router's).-- |haphazardly in barracks. court- Teparlv edeincserl German countor-atc, n h
I.ammunition. stores enemy aircraft t. sqaewl eapid hl hy n eas twudpoieI omewnere in Brittain tee KKingyardsand workshopss" prosfrqetoig t mrcn sa~ae
sh sas elo Frtrpr nte taciclP~ucteci IL Ilrr-11p )soulon m le "bridge" for oporations diretily t9404Y "ad luncil with Lie a .B. Materman, the "Di~tly Ex- ros o uetoin.,twotoe 00 a rdL~ s n-tshed~
to supplyingr enough oeain today stated that a Spit- south, Moscow merely said that ag int Germany. lidatgomery, theeChief of th~e pre"" correspondent. said the Uri-".. = -'- 4te0 o 5,00 at as.,the eransth0
craft. for the Aus- fire ive patrol over northern the Red Army was ready with The Danish Press Service re- tiah group of armies un._ tinit prisoners who escaped and Train Schddules Terracta ss the Oermans threw
BAmterican troops In thrFrance andthe LowCountries dUr- mtny npr-ved W'polIS lur llt; ported that four young men were t"enera. wenhower. it was part reached Sweden, gave eywwitne.. ln freaie o Th p m
fi to carry the war eI which three FW-190W and one finishoftn e fight, sentenced to death for allegedly of another long day *pent uy the accounts of the aftais on which the Cancelled In .ondon were fiercely reritting renewed Ali
B .t.our wl-le polily, ME-109 were Shot down, and four Again the communique told only stealing weapons, Kin m visiting iroop Scantered official report, bued on their state- rican thruts Southwest of PICO.
dected towards ROM locomotives werepeppered heavily of aerat warfare and ncira des- -- over wa1 6g area of the country meuta, Is expected in a few days.1 LONDON, May 2 tAP),- The Nais n the Grte ns
Brltain sdttheAll the Spitfires returned safely. truction of 17 enemy 'planes on . detachments of the "I understand It is one of the most Thousands or f amengerp nsse meant of th 29th PhnTcr OrenudE
to B auebec waRtesri Spitire over r Soyal, t*- stvu tne RA.F. After shocking stories of the war." holr trains at London station to- lvlslon, from te north li$4 I
Quebe was- th e stina Sptfie ove rvie, capital cstlcosea oulin estg n s n lunch 1p h a& talk wUA General Masterman wrota that he day with bles oards announting iu e o
................ the Channel when he spotted two beyond the full fitness of Stalin's ardS UonigopsW a d met memoirs ot learned that witnesnes "most em-1 many Mbedule cancelled without *
PRlESS ocke Wulfs flying at wing-ts p legions, and that the Nazis could nt vers s RA insludingtwo American phaticanly efute the German I-' we -I fin fftaA1 TURN To PA. 6 G *
level. He gave chase and scored expect even greater punishment otticers &N inspected two care lP ation- t-tu-- the Gerimner- w -eg. .^ ,r rNr^|
ut- 'at-St.- Jose hits on one which turned sharply from the new ordnance. MONTREAL, May 20 (OP) Mr. vants babd captured tin Africa. shot when rusthnt,.gto rd the-
I t .oephandAu ncollidedw ith o theo their. Bo ethvtrtoeniesmm Inro'B" com-n Harold Regsnald Chin Yee, of Ja. Then tt General Montgomory's ra- gate- w~ch they trltod orces,* :
r pabroko Strett PckeWulfs divedinto these Re- menslor, said that "major So- maica, won the Anne Mll on prim quest* the *King presented the and said -*At nelthlew ttry norl
turning tor ass the yinr tes t waseaive ink Gr. J p and in chemistry, and MaurlWas t.rnoad llltlar Meaol to a drier ot th tra preceded the klllinpl. He*
wai given byreported that the air test was a the middle sectors are Imminent.
the omvnt eiwoha add "h oig lse
Ire b e rZS h com p lete success I n t s e t w o sectors t h S v t P roverbs, of B arbados a d I .A .a.C w ho h a been. w ith iedd ed ; T h o tootin p I ted9
Bdpa o rshFJ~ lone German aircraft tonight In hes to ecor h e Soiet^^^ MemorilW Prize with flast clan "Mony' 811111 91 At& no n. Te several days, althougb most of the (-
h lonev oera town n the utheat Higt Command has been bringing honours in agrtcuiture at McOill medal was awarded for braves la officers wOM shot a March l3.
whlkhl we" of rE lngland. Anti-aircraft tuns were t-n-to th front in- da d UnIversity" They will receive their action at Mount Etna where the That MIEl1en1r 1 mi toe, RED dr AV
^ B ta'm 'l N to raCtinelynbUt nthereho Weremtln tno hbombs" tn~gt.' t h ^.e y wards at, the convocation on drlve, .** tt l.dr t otwr *" ofll~eew bre kaliow in OerraU di Mlnl "E i ~A*
HK r*-inaif ornealyanhou erl toi h eote th"^ a t-... .1 he. Russlar Thursday. on dft*|rm r moleon under ari and mo~rale." 'inieiMro ald "batr- *-^ ^ yrr
L/ e reen tn wfhUt tdd ~lke oa rSonleforce woul tiehreti thea south,^ --u-rd-- -t-- -t-- ---w "----------M ^ S ^ ^ &
o ., offi Chur hil Expcrte Toe Tell tnl.cmetnat^Ry thLe^U Pmint^ ^ Toth rant e^^W t
-------ma divisions*ed "wre ncy~ rco^leu c il p lod lhe first^ word/An Brtt ci i th
t|rm For 'Bus Company -". '"* |tParliament Of Peace Plans ^-INAON Nj
poesIn Fraud Trial .,e i^ aTno,^^ ., .,,,,._ PremWrs Parley .t }
S------- '--- -- LONDON. May 3 tAP) Mr. Wiltonl Chur~chill, tUi Primo [nW J iSe wm .ifTl11|t .b emntop *'A'Xw kT A U 'Cj
rierating for nearly four hours yesterday & First ASSizee 1..., * Minister, may lay before tho House of Common*s thi week hi* plans ./HO wO My i ReuterIH-
re turned a unanimous verdict of guilty agalnst" all five of OUpl eCsture ..d hope, for .orld ,cu, ,nd ,a, pol ...ed pec a rld .t h Th. **--m .piri" .hich inrkd* M
*'te the Princes Town Special 'Bull Company fraud trial Wins Firm Praisi ie rto mena e = hic rll b a" ttichoo lai*haf aime parlcu tneo* reettelK SeDm a l o*| f UJ "-r'-L tT IA ^A^1
t.been occupying the attention of the court tor the past h 'ly atm theC enm in ocupe .o^tre^ toda fro Mr. l l e rberte^. ^ o ~ KQ ~an B
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r ^ T eno Whoa o meryrlt4e by to jry ^ atle nte gy w gty of!r"io,- t g lg y B'^ ^ s t g bu wit H n o h Do ^ ^ *s Prlt
_l wpton, one hisa >clr e." Ij^0 rln i e6""dved bcnty when t th ,uu-tmrwJ trt o nH.*-"lp ottnatt H tWmlthw bn e e W.^
htS D^ <^ arl s te ur, Mr Jus- met ?"omvedtb d (wl I.nt expected o"ng repeated in % & S^S tttn << MU.. ieU h<* Abeen "t~e W W|(
*a enl Jai Moha m sted r an0dm~ A~c andsrie in the handed over by thm to ta S r te nted mlyt hhaveM fO ll-t nlpet I f '""""- -. *

-,e to.6, serv I Mr ^ Oartronohnston wKC.. av- 5 lmtle le^Sri slao etSS "Prime MU&]^^s ml, rvie Kthe f e *to emara> .tri te n aU ^i5^;^
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"w Of the Accused cordtng to scattered available me last oa trIn Jam "Iii fnone po- n t d AeaBrorwUefar fter-wnMM BOfr M- *f"3

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mY-ut h o f J a m ^ *-? SiwE 5 S- a h mi, b . = - jm -. .g . . -"|
Y .out h -air -- = =11 an OMMf yM M ItN tbs nn ;tw-c I"r.da betf"U~. Sn"'"WS 49n!o^L" Mr'f.cS?1 vw< S'^F~SS-"W*rSSf MC*J*~t1
"----~WOW n111 S.' LSS nr a rhtot *MW = OT f pobl"l Cost seaM~ sheL>BS* for**- ." ag *> < ^vm *** ;
^ B~w"j~iB^y atatd&Will I"tt amabra -f 7swr^tai ^ *** *' W J3 ~, * *j k ^^.'
BtV f Tp Wr G;!KS^SS^ 049MS~*" to to W2t~~t''"TgBft^SSi'iM" t~~j^S^TE IVSO
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5* -

rim, S FeY m Labour BreadX

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'~2-Year Jeff"
t fe Sentence InUs MV" "
Ina f m wee" a A=
Tyre Case
of the affected ifaamiies In 0 m Pa,.d-Siain 0 C a
or watPr-damae uig&- on an ^sm i Retto S h d a at ters. at pret 1- =0=
therurined s oh" r ety astoen. tyre. Lao Iiths. a aiauly ofi flurst n t&he|
ou a by yad. To. other G. w. yesterday a H 0 coolow an keboah cu. with tner-
thatthe =&U= Of I tw yea* flwlisnalitilby M 111419111quaaoftas Qf or 49 two aWW
wa l 11d w08ll4te ito5 B.W danger Ioua. W, CdeStAI&. L G. G. of Brittoh G 1 ialh UPta dalM Cn l t
rthem t to remain.M we salvagingNotice tf a ppeal GWs Vilmaj. o Oe-rtwa. IAbd MAdviser to CdM 1 a te IA Elsituaon.
belongings during the after- I- -atemam Lta ewr CeGsteeB C badton to Fi blMd. ld b ade iK eeatn ta kees
and gett re y to leavd e ACcsedt o stealtng a one oih __ one. _dto a the l ytI dadGuard an" that
M m. out ahdr fema the Property Of t aeof % U.a mad h h0 e ad Z &n t a.e quts t*
ars movgingu an t oenrf w- Hereit Dad n ow yesterday So ute B a thortdan estran. Mr iAn
--ngs stillargungamngthem- dered to se $15, o I dy' harid entB.G. Governor's wi.u th out
o tf o Mr 5 or J. days U-. hi 'de but ther oI sCa tre r. ]fea
ove out or ocl n to th re m & A. Firee ,Retention Sought xte pesen d t
One woman y aslerp on her ton. an adeq supply of e flour in the
ed and aked flre mattres n Request that His Rat. Colar band he could rot under- aaa Iw
SEfforts at slv etbaing hard labour by Mr. H t in he permitted to earry as his 4- Ma nwh le, residents are under- what to do
n.ade, ro -e.. d, ont, ly t y Mon an ACCUm1 tof o Mtenced t t ministrato n for at least two stood to be forwartdi al petition
"darn t bd athir d it" Tss W to two Ts rtm te .l.d GauiTes B terms has been forwarded to tonthe authorities suggesting that
jat much success would be CAftne0 a1kInd L n th ohrt a the onl e m
a aine. .i..iou ar fro st eee -at bypt hU Joan doe allGulana over ZFY yesterday tcle ex

It tined. hs oke a i xoi prviu s tl lt ivied -t;< Miwn r ^ w* T ar n U IO a 3 A nu of having uoa* re ula bradsplyof .h ) e te rv s tm i
Mepsrst. Ie pUal ofe and Conrno- was.t Jafi, f o si Gerald Jamadar, accused evening. Of ani a re tlha r bread supply.
.Messrs. Lee Lu and Oomeprmye adbtr w lsaen, t to r if ro bbery with violence, wasn ac- The r euest wa made by In o 0e withrt rd-
id Messrs. Kwong Hing and .- Uwith hard Mbour for be10r c pteid by a jury a the lAssze handed proprietors of the West dad Ourdian" yesterday, Mr. A.
i.nv, botti merchants of Charl ot fund withIn 50 yardtts o0 a Court bere today. The ur found Coast, who said that the Gyv. C. Hale. Deputy Food Controller.
ie.t whose bui es places were, root both dos Crtato and Jlmadar not ernor should remain to se.e explained the shortage as being
reaten9 by the flames and thtel o W' uibu, tof the offence.t h implementation a plans due to irsadeque' consideration of
swck ..m a d e tmen, ld Henry was 1yen three Mr. George A. Raachardh, defeae; he has made for the Colony. the period for which flour quotas
w t. r and .- e .we ll, months for mullin.g Police Con- ,counsel, in his cross-examination!:- .rc ,- are allotted, with a coansequent glut
argyubuanldyengaged In rep o::stable h Sihof the prosecutions witness andi of bread immediately after distri-

.. ... f. ^. ._ D ._ him-- ^ ^^ : rogue an a mP hi. h^'dr^ r 1" to^ th /yin iae^ ^n J
smr: Jg B. t, T -riabond M .f Hamilton stenced n that the ssd the u reW Misterti button of quotas and afterwards
4rtiotr~ of LeserLuayid Corn TY. o itmO, ~lgdtetwr little or none at all.
lr~ o. a, n a "b,' 1lr 1D1ton, Mi . tch ll r to two months fo victim of the alleged theft wer*e' m ,tieunderr nonesuch tcireumstanies-, he
dtd(,turd.ln rs, eay e ain.. G, ...S.uI- and besti"--g Carrmelt all Po intoxicated that they were' Uncrsu h c ir m an
d*h ouardan" repin r e(;nativ, M latina- |. ,4o \\ in r e to g vea accurateexplanas o Inducted.pol out, the Food Control De-
tgibu'i to the r' ntral Fire B Jigade'Jerome and 30 days for ben rme tet can hardly be held re-
and the vlunter fire fighters who I.wi W. Pon, tion of the incident the Trinidad Guardian C Pendantso nile for any difflculties expert-
he @all. had worked marlouly Mittell so sqtatd f lwing ta-kesoonthewa nwho UAICO, May 2.-An Induction enced Quotas, a allotted, he Witthener systemic

Ar ohsan te reie ^ R~v. two eeti'' robbe o fn2 by thena PaccuedS Wtotold R-nlnda o mher ote thes~ sysfte is
hr Fai'ht had^ wrke maritellousl^l M; with Jime pud ollegnd was beaten And ylce ur then itoll geedas o wereaed rn th e pGopti2- 2.
in pv-,-r.tfn, the spread of the anarumt with Jerome pursi' rvce forthRev.Herman added, were hd s ed on the popula- itdderbed, it my be a Sdign of'a
ire o hm and Rother prem e d-> tier i R two cutla ihw : arnadar$ a 3b teancr to hen,t,, Seesarant until recently Caaia n l. tlon of each district according to
oirmg the doomed warhule i red h to.houe on Chi MissionPrestyteran minrterr& early registration figures. but It is VitaminB.Complex defciency,
"'Majrv of the men had w climb W.'h an altl at!,n lald aralnrt h nlen Ste(rtc w' tti. tr Iopt of o i-iMarabella, South Trinidad. who ha.. ery likely that great changes have Yo B-Complte der ie .

*A-rn ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 **i ver likel tha trea chage have Y"lwo x"*r"1(!> "1.,-l a^ ^ ^^ iiUw-ro te htknher.prgame il egn*tth e
on z !.h o rno fmy bI dldi n inord erihim bv *S1we a, C r .-.table 'wlke taming ftr hi m s oi, e galv'niseda. accepted a c'all to uaico, will ,fsine,"occurred -ro that It Is ra-sct're
mohn' yA"Pliams the;1!d Murthe Meutrial .o crteiequi prse theater it iisit n -e9ra
to ed tire f a Aprtr o iiar maI oterda n- iron het but tehis reu e r te on Ta polble to determine exactly what vitamin i lscmansfres
wtm dar ge to the atw s l toeof ,d,, o ix montt fr throwingg Ihen te w- undes th n le- urhere nTuray, Maty p ss td t
Le tl~u m and Oenpa ay tand Kworg i'.' '0 .> aL.*ir of p ritiI that nerothuos were bege, 2 supplies should be Allotted to salls- Yeast. Take regarly!

b& ^S ^.'^^rtS ^ ^ ^"^r^Tfro nm th~eaytineg aotuiti were. beir ,y. beor hi. retur requwire ments.r ~ DII
Hin a d Company. heavy odarmaget Thr-.m f,.r 'he policei made for theiron hets, he fu tadi 'le .ev. J. C. MacDonald, o fY all requirements.
1vaA a.) caiseid to 'hp buidings aod 30 daves or 'Ring obscene ]an-I hini.elf attacked and fobbed of all Susuariachir Clhurch, San Fernando when, however, rationing come s p Flischmann-Yeastis

I^o. ^ ^? ? ^ 4^^o^ | -- -- --- I ? i JU U I
ehrceghte77.Tinidad, will conduct the ture I% available, he concluded. ural sources of the EAST-
r.n,..t. whi c. _.'.. .. ,,. ,crown call ed, .-o .,.e:f, N. H .m- Vitami 8.,o [!_! WM
~fr J i 3. !. T d s glnTh.'eued did not p5 hevtd'-ei>--.llnassisted by Dr. H F. Kemp there should be considerable -
M J 2a.!, A.d. M t Corn RL t A,- :' Rienzi.: piwec.ted fr: slid the RevaJ. Aa.RAmJIt. nThe proveaent.o b-- Take.tic. dl h
TA74 *, -"P tip Trn., dGis Tr (3 ; ci o tie "OA "I. w whohaaccept-or wa
,dnot g:-a%, dtl y mni VS ithd Fnis h in puunc of a Arde of Hho hES Snmilk, or
., ui:" e!.i T : thFh-...-- ed a call to Tunapuna.Twater.
cf J-, sr.1iineuntt'; *11:rts is', ha- -Te --"i""s It Fish GYi-J ___ = .eT .C.o St..udents ..
1,7 roWPP rOplt',d. Trin.idad ,uardan (orrespondent. D etails INanted Chicken I Iatche Plan Reunion
CMe~k) N Th&i 11 Ile Caroece
P ve %aste-u-i:ng vitfe fish O MetlPatients WtotEe licmn' es
I : nturda, dr --.d- Sdiy fru- i n Mental t \tthout eyes Re-union day for members of the
n~r- e ,1.-. r-v ct,,e A a ..r..t . .. on-lts i" re An eyeless chicken said to be of Government Training College For-
ien F. .II i..eMret R AsI.. . ealt .. ..r.l ..t byo-. a oarzed Plymouth Rock strain wa mer Students' Association is sched-
U ;,i(Sumhern Main odt o. I~a F | Jaillle !v hiVp l i a eo f slol U ist.'
Morning Blaz Vllag ridd dn odn t fthe ospitahdihachedin a Barataria chicken utled to take place on Saturday,
s ofla. t *" r ai wir C" roeia M Ly s Tdied ad beei buil id wet lt it their i ost oe ..Fridav. .J uneM. rorm

',;" 'n "va 'a e lath ,rs '-[-. & iwS a du tnhe ^'_"..,_, , .^ o,1, (,, pth c of t -01- c PKken te r. Po a m e ;i, b*6W tt theuton i
,,, :,, -n; ins. of' l ..... ... __ i (ores o(fm n ,s w eni ed .k.uwi.edge, the uperinle lede. f theo ,n o thh ikns Mr g ra llabg a he
m n.e hit fire at i, ry mrer dren hw1rmi id thle arei n both MVetalahlto pltal recently (ne u-lted aSnmu Joseph. of Barataria. ".T.C. Hall at 9.30 o'clockn 1hnU
wiil smeoinlde ring, fire bro~ke ce-,t at a ih fsii es ukts ntoratidiun to thle Commteissioiner T 1. K. Hutchinson, Principal of
'e.oercday morning at taee ware- !,ans wtieaishin-ga ndtsbags am mndf oicerqtte ha.alpi~-N.ZPremier To Visit Queen's Royal College, will deliver
,r, tins,;slid-eargs anOs, pf Polce request olic th a o pt a ll --rector of -du a .tion,
hom of Messrs. George F. Hug- gathered te fish 'i counties num .- tulrsU be obtained fromrelatives o -" a lecture of educational Interest
gn. cp tret .. rea tipes r *tn ao -te o th ote- T r InItlunder the chairmanship of the Di-
Otrl- ae, Asund ked by your correspondent the fore they are brought II. LONDON, May 22 (Reuter r.t.o o eadtilbenark
t l .. reason. fA o so muchr orar in then t i his memorandum the superi- Mr. Peter FT New Zealand's Afternoon feature will be Scrucketh
th m wder~ rvetfoithetwodd~an ld gi.tendent states that policemen very Prime Minister, plans to visit gmdatclibetwed byrh andSoiuth
tUW bum =W41011, ae er... ex...nd :.T. he st....t,,frequtently bring In persons wth noLieut.-Genera 8ft Bernard Prey- th e .,-.,c ..ollege... . .. . 8 pm
b"TYq 6"p auw be I ;'.-', rv"';. information and it is very dtMcult burg and the New Zealand Divisionl _mltt;'_Joy.. 1nnII
The b ls, wihUnd to fr the orange CGrove a 3 eform n ani thmD n Tcommittee wishes to express
o r se was otd t flowsI nto the river -d from time to trace anything about them. In Italy, before his return to New Its desired t.hat all members will i
be ft 6 o ne. was to tim e. as itt gath ers in lar_ _--- Zealand. . .... m ake a special effort to be present.
at 3,45 am. Be TW .......
Memhera of the Fr. eBrigade proportions, the ri,'er water b I'PIE 3'SUPREME cotU-RT
hroke through a door of the ware- comes polluted d has a b hitter, r 'RINIDAD & rOtAlO. [mmmmImmm P U-1
taste which is unpleasant to the n o
house and quickly trtkled the y.... .. .. . ,u-Relr an Fernando. 12, B. roadway, {{l {! l 1
faemo de cr. whih were ander fish. When this happens they S "."igistry n e d T-1 r oadwa----, Ih
j-I-*t. L .r^,, l- . '"-.,,-," F'" itre frcrc-d to swini Away In search '"-,24 of!1944. ort-of-Spain. (|u (
plitA c rontrril within three-o-arters ticdtsn aw rch 24 of 1944. of N a 2
f an. hoer, of weat water, heet in swimming hlit the Matter ,ofI Clhone M. Ro al a l .. ASub
Oly damage to .1 down the river to Glaudon they The Infants Ordinance Chap: 9 *t 'h e 5864. pi O
.. ... t iis t......k.e.... V 4lUKC TEA PARKCEAST
or thri crates r nEE mnce-turnbackn Adtn k l the 8 A Nk AeeMatterSof. A AnTn A

fM arso wali' on Prfr two mealt WEii' REMnd a ou) hav An I Nof12N Trnr, I C E3 QUEN' PARKESTRII pooM
lan PewerAge fixtures. Swimming mnanly within I it,. area A I'etiti,,a thereunder of AIC O L TE
Origin of the fire Is unknown. vwntil caugl~t 'hl Itni nothing Clew Nl(;ELl .ANDR~ETM SMITH*
to us as It happens oi,cp a year. an infant under the age of 21 O
around thiA 11c years by his guardian and
Tie aithct fiche fir ti-,, o,,n S MIH.o ,To1M CAF... ......UR TEA1DA11T
Capt. Morgan Heads iita ihilh1,rhowo sTI.
-- UUU- day and ev en today some homeM In pursuance of an order of H:is OWNERSVa i OUA l U LITY
Police School had fh left. over from yesterday' Honour Mr. Juatice Keennetlh Via- A a C a TH IUNRSDAYlbE u.o gu -
--va '*"- w ltch, leant-Brown made in thea bovei .. II -; "" tl
S. .g n ine A matter on the 1t day of May, 1944. We are now able toMA2W ret that atret It
tt -rn sOtTan unhr--i.c PULC NOC hrb t ofer st eS la ofWN MAY_ c 25 e rge attpesn It I o
stan th at L. M og an 1 . a.n Petition ham boen pre erni C- i the Court American andv tthe I/ \ b leto -, I
has been appointed totake charp ShoolbUoyVcStung i. uSthon.n thse Pof tlo interest of followin g wholesale
a bn apf to t to n i tur P c T n to an U a Sb,ve-nam d ) o Ietet L L er Atu ALL, AND I i 1T || |
o t P c T n S nINGULAR thAt cee-rtmn piece ccp preei of rates: -.N.A..DANC AND
By Scorpion A wu A B Thes\ CHOCOLATES
of Capt. 0. C. Adan so, whot h te bulcIt thereoTn wit iee'I th i Town iFIMON DROPS .. Stij Vl n ti ae e
o(Baciing iernane sIntheIsand.f 1ini-eTw
tiD, -nh or-f-pi, i DoBt sheviments w-ill be resumed a
been ; traiufe d to the Atotuth-ITrinidad Guardian ('orrespondent dad. kno and aste @ nd as Numbir & SOUR BALLS .-. $
Dii n (JU~a'CUREPE, Ma 20..Uatalal Bar- Harris street North nd bodtin(Is cn .he
uperieedent T.' .N. Drake ofI ran. 13-year-old pupil of Mona& Norh by laed, now Sr ftern.ere tc".Goer Case of 41 12-ox. Packets, 5000 as conditions perm!Lt
the Southern Division, will be CM School, wa stung during ti eAaroa n the South by land. of G. D.
transferred to the ImmigrationW mornin at school ntht,- of Ens on e East by bAnds formerly -
Port-of-esionat ,hobyyeser-,( it,,,. Smith beet now of Canlton
Department, -." -"'"... --IdaybY a scorpiote that, l y nliddenl Kennet Mack and on the Wet by Hlar-
These transfers will coe t" InIno isp ocket. I ristreat North AND that t)sa i d ADMISSION ..........
effect ton June 1. 11 First aid, ederd r.-Pettionw wll be heardI s the1 utpal5 E) ....... T. Gedder Crant Ltd.
CourtatMannandoo anTuesday the Eugene
Thoma"s. Mr. L. A...hur and Mr. E 0 y a09 o May. 1944, at the bouat of Em. ]ldy Memhlbers-- Agents
i* __ I lHenry. of the Caribbean Trin1ng 9.30 o'clock In the lorenoon -when r any & C. L d. I
l' .0011 led to quick improvement person whether Intermsted or not may apply & C0..oLtd.
DivorceCourtL In h condition by monle to thei ('ourfor ve to tis 1
He was later warded at St. I heard in oypposeio o or ino support Ctheor _| l n_ _
CwP frhwwid Pftition may .
-raints 7 D -ecrees I J0ieph District Hospital, where hls- .---pe-w on- siput-catin tto M. Et__ liot ___1 _______
v . . |onLion is reported to be not irwin Cameron toliieltnr foe theO said -1 --rn---I.
. .....ernte by serious.---- --- ~ ~ c eI e tlton err ute~re 7add or . . . . ."o I nINI ~lIIIHl~l
w1o decrees nial were -rm an ... L .... ... .. Peltionee-t S Ninct e rnan 77 an 75 Court_": |
Mr. Justice K. Vincent Brown In-- .. .. .. .. ted thm, 1tht ,,, of Moy. 1544. FOR;'l] S ALE || ]dI R n l i fi l ].i ]tlR . .
tme 8ccone supr e IlcCourt y--ter-i( I!. iRWN CAMERoN.) .. ... "{|.i.. ........w = OSE FR AL
day in divorce' proceedingsl bro ught](( ,, t.) .. .___= -AlorIN1 U STI 1ni I1,'....! ,-
by 8t.ella Alo|nza against her busfl- u nc'tt'u rpI 'j tT~ iy . nl'I 'i Ei 11-- Victr* Avenue-.... 20,6W
band, oliver Aotea. and ,loretta, I IKEYKIIIIm.I l.. . ".'' .*; ---* TRAINING I/ Herbert Stret........51,-,-,
G'lOt~aonzales against her husband, Con- [I Liit at .J-- H nU'- K1u._ b.. -......27.... ... .-- Apply in writi, to-
re onaes iiU WEr VI riaIlw I BASKETWVORK and HANDI- MR. JOSE SOSA, ]
borough as co-respondent in her CLB.--mmmaamaQIE ORTE ____________
sut, while Lon wig wa m riu.~ungDT FOR'~ BLEINSD. MONAC
learned co-re'spondent in the other.| UU U W.N APPLY I ).r patclr apLy.D. ml HO /TEnlNl. MlfTt
.. ... tt nE LEE WOHING wriing to the 81DCRETARY,.U Neok Avenuer-St. Ann's
TO/Ll)nAYtrcI D\ WEZ REMIND YOU/ -lqall A t...... | OARD O o INDmuSTRrAL ji 'Phone 5441. I
D. Lm l m mmv X o2A INSTITUT. I. spacious grounds. Newlt ore-
T-kowFledht receip of UMUUY at top and.... ..a.... o b1 ..,-. ......... ,,| novated. Two minute from]
17oa~ FGht Aoe ...l M AY| 24th N ... ea ..., f couldUL D NOT Ai EEPhhiUhihmnin tamRsevaonso
S lT. GEORGESB, Grenada, May J Of.= q. fUte. Commos e'pto ne d .. . .._____________-_-_-__-- -----------
-enwldin rtcipt 0v i1PE 1A')Irs ow j. -on D (RU JlIL W a -
trinida Id supotin N~l~ at n, / the ~bee h.toal heart. t al
Thet5 xct so above\ee,, pre\s, e head dls at, _______Z .~s P IL E S
noh here in the general nee-J Ha'0,e S,,t A d' A For O-'r /.%eSf. s _?r saew Ofm the sworry.s FOr eigh yNIears No thi manhere Is no nee fo usttl
Mr. W. F, Julien. presIdent "'don't el y t oset a mingle dar. a enstyaa no li u
Ga eI t dUe 1 Blo Pessrewth time hen hdbcea yoofther maddni nge irritationtl
ta )rt andldato in. the con' Members' Benefit egex se~w met~!dical dicver' tend joyed perfect health, yet. a.t O, I,- the da-addenight torturetcaused
]]e:"Deeply approea~fte 4gel ni.l (On an occasion like this the ,| et takes a hoavy load o. the wreck through indigestion IBead It CVYT,.U, by pil trouble. We: tell you that ift~
#Party prefer to fight the issuel natmural urine is to make a cOal- [| he a fel.yers ugr' how this remarkable ehaig l~wa U .. v
ew days.,t Nynex from. :,, yo onl str sn Man Zan at
alone. Would welcome visit after selete day of it: and that 15a be| nie tteay ns -aat eeo brOUght about:--/I| .. ,. | =- .,--^-
thee. ..o ."why the neanageent have yea fel ~waUell t4 5mg or mo lne .s Tn years ago, T WMas .1, A L oteadcmltlha r
On uody.Mr A~ G~U; I~de trm~aen, t m~ / weet -,o.. i \ .,_u.&. ..,.. *.:,,.aJ, .....

Who the Trinidad telegram said EMP:R DAY this vear one After taking treatnestt which in- MV.. two from a host of letters.
was not authorized to speak for to be remembered u eluded numerous drugs without o.h- Mrs. M. A., Nuneaton. wriecs-ir
the party spoke on the platform taIning relief.IgotIntoahopeles esr I sU I ed with terrible burn-
of Mr.'.14Hoaten, who is $Comel __ stated I cpiese. Iol ot atlons ae d tmena
opsingMr.x J. W.Wim. cand. state It We go badr floulot I~k moe awayi tomwar relief. Then i
.op 0ti ln of .J.W.K P l' Ci, en s' T o Y o u r l ub keep food down. Innally I triedtofBwas Za. an h de 1e to tr0
.t o te ur o..-els, made arraneet tlo make wreck~lhMl-MqmD --gas....o o ~tri n alo.....1 l .-.1 u... ,- ..ei u,i ,, ..~.
aUn g Mor.yJ. WWlonc- entov a ral day. when e6 U now I have enjoyed state of pe .* _n m1 tO.- u read-u I Teas-
y. wen ~t ealh. amsuprvior i a afe1jards 0 ="J .. eure4ofibisadrs:-itehfieon.
AMdres the Labour Party at 1ed01 l nmpire Day Lunches 1 |_ iri J fect health I am supervlaor pa Bl worr I MmtJ oPeatts.-'ltec ad
&drSL n wo~~ rt trld-famousmotor woks and, ov r two
S. John', Mr. Oome promised willbe served at the Pool. and V worIkd-fanAous motor works a1d _..h..a I,-. ou, o5 o,.,r. r.,.
to return to Trinlad to open a Varietvy entertainment wt I I EMnl mUIIV though I am 65, I pa for 50."- Was|a e., x Ls e to'tryMan Za_z arti
Marryshow victory fund to avoid take iace in the afternoon. Vg ,aK R , T. H... I .. tOO Ie fo nth eiterrible Im'
leewha OU EMIREDAY I .VI aft or sats achof hicihatanatln eak teerribe misery. of
n old veteran's being out o t , = i--,'F. se Kruschen is a combination of six U Don't suffer lonr the nerve-.
pter ne PO. W pMyin fighating what OUR Kl"lRE DAY 1111K., 2=fTi~f."' #&Its each of which has an u-lon uI!* .a"'^*rryK ek~n teyo
Se-calle I lSd an unne emolitw tl)1ry an1 INNR DANPIl beeli .MJ!MWi S lt Is to promote the flow oft wtt Iw OU Jartut relef - --l
-- s -- -t,-- i lv and so awaken the appetite, d ea. o lea-to-use tube
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pdaSpeech Of Mr. Gomes

m National Party Ire

SAlbert odism, dynamicU vice-president of ths West i-
Spaty, at present in Grenada Mis to be called upon wh m
in to explain his actions in the Legislative Council 1e-

i nt that Colony.
was arrived at or
's long emergency
the party's executive
p. lr nshIp of Dr. D.
*$ residence of Ooun-
SB Wooding, the City
is reported to have
a renada on the plat-
IlBonble T. A. Marry-
whom Mr. W. I.
tt.West Indian Nation-
sanddate for the capital
,t saiad to have labelled
Sbranch as an "lllegi-
d tl t unrecognised by the
iarters in Trinidad.
etive also decided to
jillen Intimating that
solidly behind him and
Mr. Oomes's authority
for the Patrty.
arrangements were be-
ki the city yesterday for
ld T. Pitt, president of
giad other members of
we to go to Grenada and
tfor Mr. Julien for the
d scheduled for June 1.
statement on the sltua-
by the party yester-
January, 1944, as A result
lc meeting held tit St.
', a branch of the West
national Party was formed
SAt a subsequent meet-
Son February 28, the
iyve of the Branch was
consists of the fol-
t: Mr. W. E. Jullen;
is: Mr. L. C. Steven-
C. H. Lucas, J.P.;
SMr. K. L. Sylvester; as-
retary: Miss Pansy Row-
l er: Mr. L. 0. Taylor;
committee: Mr. 0. B.
rAF N. Hughes, Mr. C.
d, Mr. E. A. Mitchell,
O. Lusan and Miss Sarah
executive of the parent
yfn Tndad was duly notified
Political events in Gre-
-nade a general elec-
ry the Grenada branch
Selected certain of Its
#to .ntest the ecr-tion in
i eonstituencles. No one
to deny the right of the
to do this for all except
these constituencies. In
i eetituency--St. George's-It
U that the u-vrty candidate,
W,. Jullen, the president of
1 9 fteh, a former member ol
| IlSative and Executive Coun-
Sif Grenada and the leader of
SWintdward Islands delegation
M e rettent West Ipdia i Confer-
IS1 d In Barbados, is to oppose
,,r well known West Indian-
,T.Albert Marryshow.
S this became known at-
hae a been made to induce
ItU executive to use its in-
s as uto avoid the contest.
the right of the Oren-
to select candidates
"I wll support and realizing
on the spot must obvl-
In in a better position to as-
opinion and to give due
mto all the factors concerned,
yMve of the party in TrI-
b1- so far declined to inter-
in the Internal affairs of
days ago, however, Mr.
a mes. a member of the
0 the party in Trinidad,
g Orenada and having ar-
Sec has taken upon him-
I) SUpport Mr. Marryshow-a
Iw of the party-against
ia party candidate, Mr.
H rw gone even further
dISOiuneed the Grenada branch
6*1W nised and Illegitimate.
J1 Vw of the new situation thus
by Mr, Gomes'x action the
tests Itself Impelled to give
*5iSmt possible recognition
si i gtronest. possible support
h da branch.
emergency meeting of the
f the party held on
agt, Iti was decided to
flowing telegram to Mr.
Committee of Bar-
s authority of Exe-
of renada Branch to se-
dates for election after
ion of factors better
to those on ot. Party
I lIdv behind iall candi-
Adams' assertion of can-
in executive denied.
G has no authority to speak
S"ty. Arrangements being
411 or ?resitnt and other
bso executlti to come to
t Widest publicity to this.
G General Secretory.'"
SareAlso decided to call a
l f. tlh General Council of
B en uftre into the con-
.g with a view to

h3=11D IN POST
____UIt.l~ad"'1* Guardibrn" tinder-
:| a ^ ".Mr. J. T. McKeniure.
S been acting s an Assist-
Smteiident' of the Trinidad
i 'SSS Police 1prce. ha be'n
m tn 5 that post.

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Arima Cement

Loan Query

Draws Reply

Trinidad Guardian Crrrespidet.
ARIMA, May 22.-Neither ce-
ment nor galvanized iron belong-
ing to the Borough Council here
has been len to any member of
the Council ns such, it Is disclosed
by Alderman C. H. J. de OGannes.
Mayor, In answer to questions by
Councillor St. Clair Ashby, the
Deputy Mayor.
But the answers indicate that
cement was lent to a club on re-
quest signed by a councillor au se ac-
retary, and galvanized Iron was
lent to a society by request of the
same councillor as contractor.
Councillor Ashby had asked:
1. Will the Mayorstate whether
any of the materials namely-ce-
ment- and/or galvanized Iron loaned
to certain council. -i has been re-
turned ?
2. If so what, by whom and
when ?
S. Is the Council entitled to be
informed of this transaction?
4. If so, why has it not been so
informed ?
5. Is there any record to show
that the materials had in fact
been returned ?
4. Will you kindly order that the
record be placed on the table ?
The Mayor replied as follows:
"None of the materials mentioned
In this question were loaned to any
councillor as such.
"Fifty bags of eem:nt were
loaned to the Arima Race Club on
March 14 on a request dated
March IS signed by the sec-
retary of the Arima Race Club
(Mr. V, B. Herde) and delivered to
M. Griffith after same were checked
by Juman both of whom have
signed the delivery note.
"One hundred 8' sheets of cor-
rugated galvanized iron were learned
to the St. Vincent de Paul Society
on a request dated March 15
from Mr. V. B, Herde, contractor
for building of house of the
poor. The : .ma was delivered on
Maroh IS to Melville Griffith
after having been checked by Ju-
man-both of who:i signed the
delivery note.
"The Council Is entitled to be
Informed cat suah transactions.
The Council had at a meeting prior
to the above dates consented to
the said loans.
"The Council should have been
Informed of the return of these
materials. At the meeting of
April 21, the Town Clerk had the
records of the return on the table
and informed me accordingly. By
an oversight I did not announce
this fact to the Council for which
I apologize.
"The 50 bags of cement were
returned on April 5 after
having been checked by Juman
who signed the receipt. The 100-8'
sheets of galvanized Iron were re-
turned on April 17 checked
by Juman on the 18th-who signed
the receipt.
"These records referred to above
are now laid on the able,"
Pioneers' Day has been fixed for
Friday, June 9, as a managers' holi-
day for all C.M. Schools. Every
school is expected to carry out a
programme suitable to the occasion.

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Mutrto womsu-tr L=ia
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Gremophones from $45 to
Wardrobes from $50 to $30
Dressning Tables from $35
to $20
Marbietop Washstonds
from $25 to $18
Oil Stoves "3-Burners" from
SZ5 to $18
FRAMES' at give away

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Three Injured Auctioneer Wins
Barbados By.Electlon
GuardianIn MorvantCoe ent
In Morvant BRIDOETOWN, May 22.-Tn
possible the last by-electlon to
Ro d Sm ashbe held In Barbados before tie
Ro d S ash amended RWnresenttitlon of the
People Act, reducing the fran-
--chitse qualification fro.n t240 to
Three persons were Injured on $96 per annum comes into ef-
Sunday morning when an accident fct on Julv 1. Mr. Darrel
Francis Hlackett a city auc-
occurred on the Eastern Main Road Fioneer. olled k i votes more
near Morvant between a water- than his rival. Mr. W. I. ood-
melon laden truck on which they Ing. plantation proprietor, to
S l win the vacant St. Thomas sertt
were travelling and a mule drawn inthle House of Assembly.
cart. The'mule is reported to have Mr. tl' -kett secured 131 votes
been killed on the spot. and Mr. t oodtn 1O1 while 06
electors did not attend the noll.
Those injured were Pi, er Bar- -
and, of Cross Crossing, San F'ri-
nando; Henry Lochan, of S'. Fran- C arniv l R v
cique, Penal; and Henry; Jeffrey, ril Revue
also of St. Franclque, aerial. Thny yr
received treatment at the hospital ep t Fr a
but were not detained. r rd
Ibn rweeponse to popular request
the produceri s ot "Land of the
Calvpxso," musical revue based on
'Trinidad's Carnival. which opened
Three women, one of tnam a qt tie Eninire Theatre last week
cyclist, another a passenger, thie Tucsday. will be repeated at the
third the driver of the car, we Emuire Theatre on Friday night.
Injured at about 8.30 o'clock yes- To avoid a lasi minute rush
terday when an east-bound trol- all seats will be reserved arid
leybus colli d with a private bookings will ta1:e place from this
motor car proceeding northward morning at "Aessrs Davidson &
alone French Street on Arlapita Todd, and at the Empire Theatre
Avenue, Woodbrook. at nights between 7.30 o'clock and
Miss Eileen Best. of Pour Roads 9.30 o'clok. As Wednesday will
was the cyclist, while Miss Holmel- be a holiday bookings will take
Smith, of St.Clair Avenue, was the place at the Empire Theatre
driver of th. car, who was amoirg hogkini offclre from 9 am to 12
the Injured taken to hospital. noilm on Wrednesday morning.
The third woman, a passenger In Arranc'ileents anre now being
the our, was said to be suffering mnarlIe for tile liow to be stared
from shock. at San Fernando s'on
Both the trolleybus and the car "- -
were badly damaged and the hi- M.S Office
cycle wrecked, on part thrown ,ff c
beneath the motor car and the .
rerrlnder pinned against a ncarbyl) Staff Shuffles
wall. Mr E. 0 de Labastide, prin-
____ -____ ciial officer in tlhe office of the
director ()f Medical Services is on
/Ci"' r i c -f t s* two months' leave. froni May 1,
Cilty GJirl GetsO and it is understood that, this
has resulted In a number of de-
Arts Degree partmncta l chang's.
Mr. Victor Richardson. the
Mr. John Rawlins and Mrs. senior cierk in the D.M.S, office,
Rawllns, of Woodbrook yesterday is acting for Mr. de la Bastide,
received a cable from their while Mr. T. F Farri-ll, Clerk to
daughter Jovce in Canada stat- the Judges. has henco appointed to
Ing that, she has obtained lher act in Mr lRilchardson's plaice
BA. degree. Miss Rawlins is Mr. Cyril Niles is acting for Mr
studving at McGill University. Farrell, ______






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Court Ruling
Sought In

Family Dispute
said to be valued 9t
snu $17,000 at Success Vil-
lage. LavenlUll, i subject of a
family dput the hearing of which
was un before Mr. Justice K
Vincent hrown in the Second Su-
ees Court yesterday..
The action, lit which the judge Is
being asked on one hand to end
the Omotroversy. by ordering the
specific performance of an allegroa
agreement subject to a division or
8a0e of the property and distribu-
tion. Of the proceeds between the
interested parties, and on the
other hand to direct the sal* in
lieu oftlpartition and to give leave
to the defendants to bid at the
sale 0 such terms a the court
might think fit. features a brother
as plaintiff and seven other
brothers and sisters as defendants.
The disputed property comprises.
* together atth a chattel house the
two and a half acre estate of the
late Samuel Trotman, father of the
The plaintiff is John Trotman,
former warder at the prison, who
alleges against Ralph and Peter
Trotman, Henrietta Smart and the
others, that though he was a bene-
ficiary under the will of his father,
and had been permitted by them
to erect a house on a portion of the
land, they subsequently intervened
and prevented him from enjoying
any benefits from the property fol-
lowing his move to obtain a decd
of what had been appropriated to
He is further alleging that sev-
eral efforts on his part to bring
about a settlement had b'en of no
avail notwithstanding the fact that
proceedings In connection with the
matter were twice before the Su-
preme Court.
Trotman is claiming that he took
his gratuity of $600 and built the
little house which was now worth
$3,000, and that the def'ridants arm
aversed to giving him the lot of(
land on which It stands, alleging
that he had encroached on other
portions of land which made ap-
portioning difficult.
Mr. M. J. Butt and Mr. Hudson
H. PhiUlps instructed by Mr. P
de Labastide, are appearing on his
behalf, while Mr. E. P. Bruyvnimg
and Mr. W St. C. Ashby. instructed
by Mr. Johnathan Ryan are ze-
presenting the defendants.
Church Organists
To Form Music Body
With the object of forming an
association of organists .,monp
Anglican and Free Churehes nf
the Colony, a meeting takes place
at All Saints' Memor',tl- Hall on
Thursday. May 25. at 5 p.l,.. It
Is understood that, Mr. Charlres
Haworth. music officer to the Bri-
tish Council, will assist this body
of musicians when formed. .rivinc
been approached by one of Its pro-



We beg to anitounce that lth
Auction Sale of S. A. Hosrtrd Esq.
Furniture at Circular Road, St.
Augustine, has been postponed to
Saturday 3rd June, '44 at 1.30 p.m.

Instructed by S. A. Howard ELsq,
wte s ill sell all lhI good and useful
Furniture such as:- Pair Cyp
Single Beds, Spring and Mattresses.
Iron Cot and Mattress, Mosquito
Nets and Pillows, Blankets, Ward-
robe, Presses and Dressing Tables,
Chest of Drawers, Towel Rack. 2
Mirrors, Marble Top Table. Dining
Table and 5 Clwiirs, Combination
Table, Book Stand and Srerl Tables,
Writing Desk. Fibre Carpet and
Mats, Small Oirpets. Sideboard.
Westminster Chimes Clock. Morris
Chairs and Cush, ns, Couches,
Stools, M irble Top Stands, Dinner
Gong, Ice Chest, Me it Safes.
Tables, Chairs, Dover Stove, 3 Bur-
ner Blue Flame Stove, Hot PRte,
Paper Basket, Trays. Sun Blinds,
Step Ladder, '.awn Mower, Garden
Tools, Enamelware. Glassware and
Crockery, also 1 Fridge.
Items on view day prionr to and
morning of Sale and Terms Cash

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A ctioneers.

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Second Avenue,
Saturday, 27th May, 1944
1.30 P.M.
InstruCted by T F. Tomlinson.
Eso., we will sell all his good and
useful Items such as Stimmons
Double Beds, Sorlngs and Mat-
tresses, Iron Double Bed, Sprlng.
Mattress. Mosouito Net and Pil-
low&. Boy's Wardrobe, Cedr
Gent's Comvactum. oCorridor and
Bedroom Grass Mats, Crap. Mir-
rored Dresing Table, Full length
Mirror on stand. Mirrored Bureaux.
ael Bedroom Ware, Bedide
'Rbk. Baby's Crib and Mattress.
MahOnanv Dinine Table and 10
Chairs, China Dinner and Break-
'ast Sets. Mahogany Serving
Table, A-Day Striking Clock. Can-
teen Cutlery, Cedar Sideboard.
Olsssware. China Cabinet, Nest
Mahogany Trays, Carving ot.
lea Bet. Methylated Spirit Stove,
ron and KEnamel Pots and uPau.
Enamel Meat Boler. Mioa
Machine, Rattan 8Sttee aen
oaeh, Morrt Table amd Obe
With Cushions. 5imn Parch
Chairs, anrm smokers Mand.
iElectric Readn Lamp, 32 LAn-
t4frs, Electric Celling Lamp, Cur-
aim, Braawar tElectric Iron.
.C. TabMe. 2 Mahogaay At=
hairs. ebe Chair. L
Writing Dek. Pair O o
airs. Book. 2 Lawn Mowsm
Ma tan =o*. Sto D Ladder. Unm-
mock, klain WIn and Wir tet.
tie, Eight Tube R.C.A. RXdo.

Items OB view day prior to md4
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to preere the long lfeof/the am you hnw.
Here's how!... At your rm opportunity, buy
another Pro-phy-lac-tic Tooth Brush and use
it every other day. Tests have prove n thia
two Pro.phy-lac-tic Tooth Bruhe used on
alternate days will outlast three brushes used
daily . bristles retai their resiUeaq-
clean better-wear longer.
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C oCie"f's Credo Puts

phasis In Right Place

7 Inviting both Mr. T. K, Hutchinsonm
the new Principal of Queen's Royal
,0llge, and Mr. Robert Patrick, the Di-
lector of Education, to a reception in the
.tllege Hall last week, the Q.R.C. Old
eoys' Assoclation did honour to two men,
ewwomers to our shores, within whose
`power it Is to leave a lasting imprint on
education i Trinidad and Tobago. At
ths juncture when education is in the
melting pot, it is fitting that these two
Omficals should have begun their term
almost together Mr. Hutchinson's sphere
.U the narrower one of secondary educa-
tion in the Colony's premier Government
centre, though as a member of the Edu-
cation Board he shares in the shaping of
wider educational policy. Mr. Patrick's is
the larger task of supervising the whole
Of the educational system and recasting
It to meet the needs of changing times.
The statement of policy which Mr.
Hutchinson outlined, will, we feel sure,
be read with great interest by past pupils
ot the college, by parents of present
pupils, and by the wider public which
takes more than a passing interr-st in
educational matters. The principal's dec-
laratlon that he Intends to depart from
precedent, and not engage in the teach-
ing of mathematics In the upper sixth
farm, may cause a raising of the eyebrows
In some quarters which never welcome
change. To some It may sound revolu-
tionary, but such a course srnms the
natural one to be followed if the credo
which Mr. Hutchinson outlined to the
"old boys" last Friday Ns to take tangible
Mr. Hutchinson's slatcn'ent, of policy
shows that, like the Director of Educa-
tion, he does not believe that the taking
of examinations is the aim of education.
Too often parents have confused educa-
thon with the passing of the School Cer-
tificate examination, but they alone are
not responsible for the hue and cry
after the piece of paper which has been
the "open sesame" to many a lob. This
emphasis on examinations and eertlfl-
catee has for long had a baneful Influ-
ence on education, arnd great good would
result If Queen's Royal College set an
example by putting the emphasLs in the
right place. Examinations have their
use, but they should be servants and not
The new principal has given a defl-
nition of the purpose of education which
we commend to all who have been sac-
customed to take a narrower view. It Is
"to train a boy so that when he leaves
school he ran lead a full, active life,
taking his proper place in the community
which made it possible for him to obtain
his tralnlnpg." If we try to apply this
statement to the prevailing system of
education we are forced to the conclu-
sion that it has fallen far short, for too
often do we find citizens who are ill

ftmaed about tihr right uad dain
and lack a community spirit, In placiug
emphasis on ebaractr tranf& Mr.
Hutchinson has tra*k a note w ih win
be welcomed by all parents, while his
plan to make contacts throughout the
school Instead of cocentratng on the
highest form should go a long way to-
wards building uv morale and eapt e.

Transfer Of T.B. Patients

Ought Not To Be Opposed
THZ agitation against the removal of
tubercular patients from the Colonial
bopital to the House of Refuge infirm-
my *t St. James is most unfortunate.
The 31OVe Is to be temporary, and medi-
cal opinion Is definite that the transfer
will not affect the health of residents in
the vicinity if ambulant cases are fenced
In. V4 purpose is a humanitarian one
linked with larger issues, which no doubt
many of those who protested against 3t
failed to appreciate.
Tuberculosis has never been ade-
quately treated in Trinidad. Apart from
the absence of a sanatorium, there have
been no such facilities for diagnosis as
are now to be provided in connection
with the venereal diseases campaign,
which is expected to uncover some incip-
lent tubercular infection. It is Imperative
that such cases should receive prompt
handling, and the existing tuberculosis
ward at the Colonial Hospital has been
pronounced unsuitable by the specialist.
To remodel this ward the patients now
in residence must be moved, and the St.
James infirmary has been picked as their
most siltable temporary abode. It Is
close to an institution where many of the
requisite services--nursing, light, water,
kitchen, and so forth-are available.
The psychological objection of peo-
ple living nearby is not unnatural, but
appears to have been fanned unduly.
Even members of the Local Health Au-
thority of Port-of-Spain were led astray,
and some made misleading statements.
Stress was laid at last Thursday's meet-
ing, for instance, on alleged overcrowding
at the House of Refuge, as if this might
make the transfer of tubercular patients
dangerous. We were Informed recently,
on the contrary, that 90 or more vacan-
cies existed, and in any case It Is not In-
tended to lodge the patients at the House
of Refuge prlopr The two wards of the
infirmary are 90 feet away; they were
used at the height of the submarine
campaign to house merchant navy sur-
vivors, but have been vacant for many
Tro repeat: the transfer is tempor-
ary, w:ll not endanger anyone, and Is
urgently needed as a community health
mea.sure. It is astonishing, therefore, to
find the Local Health Authority putting
obstacles in the way and making a pro-
test to the Government. People who
clamour for an early start on the tuber-
culosis sanatorium cannot be serious
when they oppose a temporary move
for the bmneflt of tubercular patients,
which is to tie in with larger schemes
now on foot The objections appear to
be largely manufactured, and to be
based more on sentiment and personal
prejudice than reason and public spirit.

-Le..e. TO -- ,'.-r ."

et h 1. it tr:' ,^ -, o
i" i 11 qW js' ti -" b .: ' ..r ^-, lB

bluft wath.i
Food Gmw r Cowpo hmn '
About Hiog Land Rest '

At t m n te o al -Ica-
IfMor m Tr. Tiot OwmlIuk-" ^^^^H^ ^^

p Jared iftmd principle of de the GrowlJ^
mor food campaign.l b Pero
pte set to hear theserinWplu Assaric a" mik a
were supposed to go becksand Ainiikin ift se 3M U "Iii
That they have done this Piece I s teki
of migionary work 1s very evident
from the praise which th(e Foo idIC
preo o 1~rtb-ZrnPen i-rc-ilihn ToJ Bri~

Controller showered on Tobago r lnicllin 1 T o
when he visited the Island Ward .. .,
In April this year.
t is very i to knowF r U Al
however that In CharlottevWll', on( FA r U se A V*J
I of the mosnt thriving communities
of Tobago, conditions extit which Medical news recently has vied
operate against the campaign being with news of the days before In-
the ddlegattes by Mr. ohey.l tovasion. Under the aspect of etern-
It was understood from the Con- ty, the medical news might even
troller of loca Food Productin be more Important than the mill-
that the Government would arrange
things so that the food grower tary.
could get lands at a minimum The r'S. War Production Board
rental of 11 per year per acre announce that t.e wonder drug.
Since 1942 the food growers of u a e w aer ra
Charlotteville have waited for th- penicillin, for three years pracU-
fulfilment of this hope. There i s caly a monopoly of the Army and
no tangible sign of that fulfiU- _Navy, was now berig manufactured
meant as yet in such quantity that It can ibe
Urged on by the dire need of issued to cilvilia.u. Some 1,000 Sos-
locally produced food crops, the p:!ts will >be allowed to buy gener-
people have reverted to all otsts ous monthly quo tu for dutwributon
or arrangements of their own. 1,I patients and other hospital as
They have rented from estate they see fit.
owners around at rates high ahoep Fotr impatient sufferers (many of
what It would otherwise have cost ,hem dying,, the good news came
them under the scheme outlined by none to soon Penicillin ( Isometimes
tne Food Control Department. To rhymes with villain, .sometimes
many war-gardeners, lands cost as with whistle in) is the best trat-
much as $6 per year per acre, while ment for all stapylocdcc4c Infec
many others pay as much as 4.32 tions. all hemolytic streptococclc
per year per acre infections, clostriodia Infections,
it Is not clear why the people of pneumococclc Infectionsi (of the
Charlotteville should be forced to liing of skull, spinal cord. lung,
grow food at this exorbitant cost and heart surfaces), pneumo"noccic
and yet be required to sell at th Pneumonia that sulfa drugs will not
same scheduled price as their more cure, all gonococclc minfections ( n-
fortunate brother growers. eluding all gonorrhea that sulfa
It would be in the leret of the drugs ill not cure). Dseas
community and consequently of the g st which penicillin Is effective
Colonv If the position were in- but not fully tested syphilis, acti-
quired Into and sDeedtlv remedied nomysis, bacterial endocarditia.
J. WAR GARDENER The man who made possible this
Tobago. incalculable alleviation of humAn
Tobago.suffering is Dr. Alexander Fleming,
discoverer of the antibacterial eft-
Compulsory Education fect of the mould frim which peni.
Compulsory Education? iin is made. He is a short 5lt.
The Editor, "Trinidad Guardian." 7 .t. gentle, retiring Scot with
"Villager's" letter which appeared somewhat dreamy blue eyes, fierce
in the "Sunday Guardian" re- white hair and mulling mind,
centlv was Interesting, but I am which, when it moves, moves with
Inclined to think that the views the thrust of a cobra. Until time's
expressed needs a little clearing,solvent has dissolved the human
UP ;slag, tq will be hard to say who the
In order to correct adult deft-, grat men of the 20th Century are.
clVncy from the roots, we murt conI- But Dr. Alexander Fleming is al-
centrate on the youth who are still most certainly one of them,
in the primary schools. Trees Deductieon Made
can be easily bent when thy are
young. The Immediate Introduc- For he belongs In the traciuon
ion of compulsory education *In. of the scientific seers, which In-
all the schools of the Colony will eludes Galileo watching the awing
solve the problem, of a lamp in the Cathedral of Pisa
L MACALPINE DENNIS-ARPER and deducing from it the law of
Princes Town N Ithe pendulum, and Isaac Newton
Princes Town watching the fall of an apple and
deducing from It the law of gr-
vity. For thousands of years mean
Liquor Licence Fees looked at the cryptogamic mould
called Penicililur notatum, but Dr.
The Editor, "Trinidad Guardian" Fleming was the first to see 4t1
In August last the Senior Meci-
In August last the Senior Mem-u cryptic m meaning. His discernment.
her for Victoria asked In view cf rptc ein g. "I discernment,
the fact that 50 er cent of the restoring to science the creative
the fact that 50 per cent of the Vision which It has sometimes Leen
trading hours had been taken hed to lack, also restored health
away from liquor dealers, If Gay- l to lack, ~aso restord health
away from liquor dealers, ifGov-lto millions of men living and un-
emrnment would consider a refund born.
of the licence fees. rhe story of his discovery Is le-
The then Attorney-General. I gendarv Backin 1928 Alex.nder
believe. gave an undertaking lemiz M.B., B.S., .R.C, tam ht
that the request would be con- bacteriol^ogy at Qt. Mar' sHoptl
sidered. I understand that no Medical School, University of ..aon
consideration has been given, don I his small, old-fashioned Is.
It Is true that this class of busl- boratory he grew staphy lococci in
nes. erew un like a mushroom. p ri plates fat glass cultureOCC m
but in a short ti ;' 50 per cent i-- vs). One day he found that
will have to go out of busine- if mould had spoiled one of his cul-
the Ordinane Dis not altered tures. taphylococcus grew on only
GKO. D. MA. ABIR. halt of the plate. A blue-green
San Fernando. mould spotted, but did not cover,
-the other half.
He noticed that the mould had
Girls For Overseas Service cleared a wide, bacteria-tree area
The Editor. "Trinidad Guardian." between Itself and the staphylo-
I shall be glad if yoi will pub- cocci -perhaps had killed them He
lish Information with regard to did not destroy the mouldy culture
joining the A. T. S. on overseas It was a great moment in the
service, drama of medicine: the moment
Are girls needed? If so. what are when Dr. Paustus opens Nostrada-.
the necvsary qualifications? mis' secret book, comprehends in
YULAR HUNT a flash the sign of the macrocosm
Vtibella .ard is able at last to conjure up
-- b--the Earth Spirit. But that was not
Editor's Note: Girls are needed the way Dr. Fleming reported his
for service overseas chiefly in the epochal perception. Sal he: "I
United Kingdom but owing to was sufficiently interested In the
transport difficulties, they can only antibacterial substance produced by
te despatched in vrty small drafts. the mold to pursue the subject."
There are long waiting ILsL., both Dr. Fleml'&g stuck a loop of pla-
in Trinidad and the other islands, tinunl wire Into the mould colony,
and thos girls who are already dipped the wire into some mold-
servlng In the local Companies na- growing liquid In a test tube. In
turally get priority, lle than a week, there was a felt-
Qualifications required are as like growth at the mouth of toe
follows: age 18-35 years; medical tube and a half-Inch of cloudy
Category A.I; good education, llc.,id helo it. To Dr. Flenmlng'
Applications should be made to amaaehent. the liquid Ii which the
Officer Commanding A T.S South cuiure grew, even when diluted
Caribbean Area. St. James Bar- 8C0 t'.ies' prevented staphylococci
racks. Port-of-Spain. from growing at all. "it was there-
fore come two or three times ast
More 'Buse Welcomed ? acid."t t ** p
The Editor, "Trinidad Guardian." Flesh Not Em ed-
Great enthusiasm.i I can qasure
y.u, has been around in sections of Soon Dr. Fleming had ascertained
the travelling public -among whom that: the stranee liquid dd not
I am ,onspicuous, I think, having to harm fresh leucocytes (white ,lood
dispense St Chanuana. Cunupta, ocrpusclea), 2) InjectIons of the 11.
Todd'a Road, Caraplchaima. Gran quid did not hurt mtce; 3) aome
Couva, Flanagin Town and Taba- bacteria (eg. w Ioonxb cogh ha-
quite Wealth Offies day, Saturdaya and Sundays ex- U in a baby's throat *,odeg Dr.
cented)--bv the nubllcatlon in a Fleming saved the mouldy plate Is
recent Issue of the "Sunday Guar- a souvenir still has it.
I dian" of the mot. welcome bit of Se' year what Dr. Fleming knew
news, as far as I am concerned, about the mould's bacterla-beking
via, *Shipment of 100 'buses fiom by-product appeared in the British
the U.S.A. is expected to arrive" Journal of 4xperimestal Pathology,

In the Colony shortly to relieve the He had found out that the mould
transportation difficulties. Was s'te kind of Penldl1um (from
n is hoped that as a reult, the the LatIn for penrt(-the shape of
Port-of-4pain-San Fernando "Bus the magnificent mould). He named
Service, which was so well patron- Its by-'roduct nenleiln.I
ised and which has long gone out One 'ea ran through all his
of existence--the result, in my work: he would look for some na-
opiniton, of bad management will turally occurring baoberia-flghterl
be resumed as early as possible. 'new term: antibiotic subst&nce)
EDWIiN L. ALLEN that would not hae animal taue.
sallfornia The first antibiotic Dr. neing
-- found was lyosomyne. It occurs in
Fruit Not Protected e and egf wht, can dtimolve
Fruit Not Protected |,me bacteria, most oof them harm.
The KIer., TrIlad Guardian" less. That was 1922-s.ix years
I should like to draw the atten- before the day when h frt Maw
tion of the authorities concerned and grasped the meaning of the
to th people who are selling sterile ring around the peitclM
melons, heeled grapefruit. etc., on mould.
Charlotte and other streets. Having made his geat
They have no sort of covering Dr. Flemink went M to other
whatsoever on these fntrit. and He was engaged In many other v-
for obvious reasons they should peTirtents,-no sctenit know lust
be made to have such a covering.1 which of his bottless contain the
A. WORELLI Nobel "rise. In the history pen-
at-d-Jsasi @aUI aei SMAd U 1. e

malls' eld a vehide fran a
IN areet UriaiN is which men
9m0e. Wme uatthr at left tis
moc Into ad---(A photo).


ig Civilians
as sterile as the area around the
The hiatus might not have been
so long if during that period Ger-
many's erhard Domagk had not
discovered sulfa drugs whict began
to save lives so dramatically that
the experts dropped everything else
to test them out. In 1933 Dr. lem-
ing himself lent a hand with M&
B 03, also known as sulfapyridine.
The sufas almcat seemed to be
the oream drugs he had looked for.
They stopped deadly streptocci,
even cured pneumonia. But the
more sulfa drugs were used the
c'carer It became that they some-
times delayed healing by Irritating
wound walls and did not work well
In serum or pus. When used intern-
ally, they can cause severe, some-
times fatal, toxic reacticns.
By 1938, when World War I
loomed, a good internal and exter-
nal antiseptic was still to seek. But
at Oxford's Sir William Dunn
School of Pathology (53 miles from
Dr. Fleming's laboratory) the man
who was human lives was already
at work on the problem.
He was Dr. Howard Walter
Florey, 45. an Australian-born pro-
fessor of pathology. He organised a
research team, to study the prac-
tical extraction of capricious peni-
cillin. The team Included experts in
chemistry, bacteriology, pathology
and medicine. Among them: Mrs.
Florey, who Is also a doctor, and
Dr. Ernst Boris Chain a brilliant
half-French, half-Russian enzyme
chemist who shares with Dr. Florey
the honours for developing peni-
Mould Grows
Under Dr. Florey's dynamic su-
pervision, the blue-green penicillin
mould began to grow again. The re-
searchers discovered that the best
growing temperature is about 75 F.
that the mould needs plenty of air,
At first, Dr. Florey's researchers
got only about a gram of reddish-
brown powder (the sodium salt of
penicillin penicillin Itself Is an
unstable acid) from 100 lifters of
the mould liquid. But at last, after
heroic chemical cookery they accu-
mulated enough penicillin to test
the drug on living creatures.
Then eight mice were inoculated
with a deadly strain of strepto-
cocci. Says Dr. PFlores "We sat up
through the night Injecting peni-
cillin every three hours into the
treated group (four mice), I must
confess that it was one of the more
exciting moments when we found
in the morning that all the un-
treated haIce were dead and all the
penicillin-treated ones alive."'
During that historic night, Dr.
IFleming's vision turned in'o a
medical reality.
From mice to men was a long,
hazardous step. With practically the
whole Sir William Dunn School at
work. it took many months before
there was enough penicillin to :reat
a man. Penicillin's first human
guinea pig was a policeman dying
of staphylococus septicemia (blood
infection). After five days on peni-
cillin, he "felt much Improved." He
felt that way for ten days. Then
the bacteria began to multiply
again. As there was no more peni-
cillin, he died. Case No. 2 was lost
in the same way. The next cases
were luckier At the end of that first
series of 10 cases, Dr. Florev and
his researchers had proved that:
(1) Penicillin is effective against
bacteria when injected Into muscle
or blood stream.
(2) Penicillitn by mouth is useless,
because It Is destroyed by acid
stomach Juices.
(3) Penicillin works well in the
presence of blood serum and pus, is
therefore an Ideal wound "anti-
(4) Penicillin disappears from the
blood in an hour or so and about
half of it is excreted in th urine.
Says Dr. Florey: "Like pouring
water down a basin with the plug
They also proved that, unlike the
sulfa drugs, which cause bacteria
to strive to death, penicillin pre-
vents them from dividing and mul-
tlplying-they swell up but for some
as yet undiscovered reason, no long-
er divide. Penicillin does not kill
bacteria-It makes them easy for
the body defences to kil. Sometimes
bacteria become "penicillin-fast,"
te.. able to survive in the presence
of penicillin. (In the presence of
sulfa drugs they may also become
Dr. Florey and his researchers al-
so discovered that the purer they
made penicillin, the paler it was
and the les toxic, Since then no
patient has ever had to stop takiting
penicillin because of toxic reaction.
PatIODta Rare
Last year. pent.llln patients were
still rare enough to be front-page
news. First such case was two-
year-old Patricia Malone, of Jack-
son Heights, Queens. The New York
"Journal American," which begged
enough penicIllin from Dr. Keefer
to stve her life from staphylococclc
sticemla recently won the Pulit-
zer Prise for his story. After that,
the whole nation watched one
'"hmoels" case after another get
There were the three doctors in
the California mountains last win-
tsr who aved a seven-year-old girl
when gas ancene had forced ie-
petted amputations of her left arm
up to thqMenidUe: "As a last re-
mart I peaun waa given after all
hope 'had beIn abandoned for a
8 TWewhihcame like a mi-
?%*er was -a doctor in Sacux
P^aI.s S.D. witswe. astonished, to
eawe a emn moribund with i sio-
enScomlaSster nib-tte
wet in5 whMg! toavenpy
gsmi ^lin fee




Oft w ae tnvUEd fr tM pW'ehai E two Riuam *
oul agnam a good working oailtc
Theae egines are offered tor sib a because th ow
repteced by electrically driven plat an a i t
Tha a a N be lnsb = t the Mefhmaml mat""
(Looomottve). of the a movement Raflwj a
tween the houra ast 7 a.m. and 4. p.m. a i
Saturday w=hen pectiM f OpM & S.m. ntfjip.m
Offers are to be sealed an addreseds to h eneal M
Trinidad Ootrnmt Railway.
T'RMS: CASLH. Ddeivery ex site. Purchaser to arrueI
and transportation.

J. L Adammm.

18th May. 1944.

General Manager a 4

Colonial escretary s Office. WOm
20th May, 15K. I

Applications For The
Poet Of Herbarium
Auictant Deprt
Assistant Do p a r t-
ment Of Agriculture

Applications are invited for the
vacant post of 2nd Class Clerk
(Herbarium Assistant) In the De-
partment of Agriculture.
The post is pensionable with a
salary at the rate of $516 per an-
num for 2 years and then on con-
firmatlon with salary at the rate
of 660 per annum rising by an-
nual increments of (00 to $960 per
annum and then by further ilncre-
ments of $96 to $1,440 per annum.
Candidates applying for the post
should have the School Certificate
or some similar educational quali-
flcdUlon and should preferably have
some knowledge of Botany, Draw-
Ing, Painting and Typewriting.
Applications should be submitted
In a sealed envelope marked "Ap-
plications for the Post of Herba-
rium A.-sisrnt" and must reach
the Colonial secretary'ss Office on
or before the 15th June, 1944.
Acting Colonial Secretary.



Re Dmath of
Oropouche Roa.
workman lately e
which occurred ^
March I4. lt
late of Vluy _
workmen lately
Antilles PetroI I
(Trinidad) IIL
occurred on o i
1944. ,
Compen-tlon th
ter having been depltg
under Section a of the
Compensation OrlianaU
pendants of the msai d
se 2. Clement. .
Frederick Harris are
quired to appear Iefo ,
missoner on Friday, th'
of June, 1944 at B
the forenoon at the Cst
Port-of-Spain, when thMr U
siefer shall proceed t
the distribution there,
Proof of relatUonsh 'AA
ants to the deceased
be required by the o Ca
bq furnished by clate
enquiry. Such proof i |
form of certificates
of marriage as In the
be necessary: '-
Dated this 10th day atk
A. V. N.
Registrar, i S

ColonKal Seeretarlz 0
10th May, 144. ,.t

Applications for appointment to the posts mentioned hn
are invited. Applicants are asked to write their appolltMW t
own handwriting and to attach any credentials and reI- !
they may possess. A applications will be considered by a =
committee and any applicant who cannot appear In perso l
selection committee should submit a Photograph of bimW r
with the written application and other papers.
The posts to be Ailed are:-
(1) Draftsman & Computer. Salary of t10 to UIp*
by increments of IL
(11) Overseer of Roads., Salary of 100 to J
by Increments of U0, UM
allowance at local rai
(111) Mechanic. Salary of 150 to an Pa
by increments of 910.
War bonus is also payable, the present rate being III pW
All applications should be addressed to the Supfmlb
Works, Public Works Department. Klngstown. Saint VUnesSA
and must arrive at the Public Works Office oa or before e&
May, 1941. --
Acting Colonial


Empire Day and Whitjan

MAY, 1944

Tjcsday 23rd:

Wednesuny -4th:
Thursday 23th:

Friday 2bth;

Saturday, 27thI

Monday 29th:
Tuesday 30th:

9Si am.....leaves for Islands and
2.00 pJm..... leaves ChacachaeaMe
Spain via Islands
&.N a.m,.... leaves for Mono. d1m
T.00 a.m.... leaves Mono@ for PM
Islands. (Approxil"M
rival at Pcrt-ofNa
12. p.m...... leavIe for Isatends and
4.00 pm.....leaves OhacachacarS
Spain via Islands.
200 p.m..... leaves for Islands and
pm..... leaves ChacachaCarS
Spain via Islands.

.....NO 8BVIC
6.o0 a5m..... leave for Chcachaa
8.30 a ..... leaves ChacachaeaR
Spain via Islands.
time of arrival at
10.45 a.m.)


E. HemmiAuc
Acting K~t'?<


,arinidad Government RailwaYs


Train Arrangements : Empire l
Whit-Monday, 24th & 29th

On Tuesday, May 23rd, a special train will a16
at 3.30 p.m for Ban PFerndo arriving there M 3.6 1
leave San Pernando at 6.16 p.m. for Port-of "
at 8.18 p.m. i
On Empire Day, May 24th and Whit-Monday, MV
senger trains will run as per Sunday Schedule.
. On Tuesday, May th. special train will le "
for San Fernando at S.50 a.m., arriving there at 5.-4 a'
On Wednesday, May 24th amnd Monday ,
sirvie will be suspended. me uial serviss*
Thursday, May 25th and Tuesday, May 30th.
Goods will not be accepEd for shipment at
Tuesday. May 2Srd, and after 1.00 p.m. on aW1
Peristlable Ooods will not be accepted for lS
p.m. on Friday, May 26th, until 8. a00 .M.o d ,

J. L. AdMaj

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WPllkt48iS r7

in Gent's Shoes

Tan, Willow Call

and Box Calf ...

SJ75 Oto

$1 per pair




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.._-*---_TRINIDAD OUARDP.j, TOBDAY, MAy 144. IN& ,mnw

SAccord On Principles Nazis Load Gun Into 'Plane More

Satoias Organisatiln iv an
'* -"Given

May 111 (AP) I- t was reported todi ay th e In a s
!atllidWte reached preliminary aWOrd with Mr. Car-
Abui S17of stsr., lB tIs e broad Principles of postwar inter. LONDON. M
aBlgan tkur Vhich the big four of the United Natione A the uropean
b0 lead in forming. =L the voice
there lnt_ was plSan. Saturday to ren
etan ONt w s D mOmber of

U%,*k^^ ^3 nioost^ tlfe^A ou Plan Traensport 81ity a
Sereallonl of an Inter-hi ach M e losee voies is us
ast the cdirig Athenticity of
NS o has fa the he MinistrI of the oIcupkp
n bwas c a g r they can get
of the Unied NationsPhase o iea
mbetship which ore Hard Fightin of th "Pa
npolcy-mskilng deci- to know every
carried out under the o O I ve Ip an. Eigh 1] district inelul
Woods, and opi
r nations of the c t eon Americans. General Clark's ovet t canle dI
w be accorded a troops quickly captured 100 prlqon- thatwolo athe Allied)
Sfrm i.table Aer from ite. Another new division, Capto aeemaylni thls German photo, reve from u woul repeated]
osW tt th it aisona the German 278th, which was last bon, dea ribes It am tr owing 'a heavy German anti-aircraft gun anld might oftet

"prtd ha t hee liiso eon lat ngthe rall was tbeInaiong 100 In 9Grthel sotraf insp ort lane at~le'heGa nt, at_ inonrmaton sho
ofi ,ewitseh .claue t mo intor the line on the Adriatic an airdrome in the east. The gtun I en route to a new defen the guides sho
ON of.thpemltlon."-(Ap photo.) of the way by
ine aof the council members secto?. Leafe r
w fored into collaborative CONSIDERABLE LOSSES L. fully are being
t o ons e t. aered erm ans tK eep ......... Ti a onu a
advanced by some A spokesman asserted that the ,i b f other of these
aKs u an answer to pifth anci Eighth Armies' losses G rm s K-e e n being repeated
alnfor the preservation have been "considerable" but not 1 -- F1or Transport Ministrya B .elgian and Da
redomn of action In too high considering the results Eus i .. ,n nelish.
oa Organisation this achieved and the extreme losses u ess lng AJ s LONDON, May 22 (CP).-An
Inflicted ou the Germans. 1 u nsinkable lifeboat, described

ISH d ndctions thatte Steoinfern t~ery repi~ort a ne |"'fl ] |' ornieaant Erp nko tlainlSete t
l that a f.r w the heavy bombers were grounded ftlhalAledi by an expert of the Ministry of .
aid thatirs the o hres v boembers wreport outndlled In a iov.I. Kee,

erato offt re craftoftew wel h th over "^ v wsvea 1,500 sorie war transporletivl as bthe sAflest ^
ln was concerned, the again yesterday, but otner air- war transports, as "the sales
pla on of future craft, flew well over 1 ,5W0 sorties W ithoti thC aoe old a
be carried out on the for the loss of five 'planes. Eight LONDON Mai 22 (AP)--Trans- lifeboatin l
cooperative military action 'plans found over the front line ocean German Agency broadcast adopted y. the Ministry of WINNIPEG,
through the establish- were destroyed. More bombers tonight that 3neral Eisenhower Transports s a standard do- Newman, Cana
of a standing i entilwere over the west coast of Italy has 3,500.000 troops "ready for sign for its ships. stoner w n the a
again last night. The tally of the invasion junp" in the south of ... nter, w th
cwul all for staff co- Uerman prisoners taken since England and warned the GermansInisweea
with each country fur- the offensve began i well over tourepare for blows in the east- Indies, w'e a
allotted part of the mill- 6,000). er front and the Balkans as well trade relations
needed. In addition to the regiment from as across the Channel. the war.
a yp Im tont sr, 2the 8th Panzer Grenadier Divit- Presentin this as the biggest supplyi
4 reportedly contemplates thesentin ti aa the biupert
nt of courts Of t aisio just thrown into the line, the npblihed AxisL estimate of te Ban witaao os
Should seek to settle American coastal sector is con- killed British-based strength, the tjE Iu food products a
disputes. Th es fronted with the somewhat bat. commentator forecast that the said.
Gwould have the back-,o ered 94th -Infantry Division. Fifth western Invasion would be Gre-M a e
Wl h the back- Army forces are arrayed against ceded by a "nun'er of side
to enforce their de- the 15th Panzer Grenadiers actions to draw off strong Ger- t ei
n; t eforethei oe Ina the Pico-Pontec orvo sector, man forces" and said. "the Ger- -
W this onsttutes only r and American forces ai mans have includedd that a BERN May 22 Reuter. -The
famework of a peace plan, facing the 26th Panzer and 305th ,-ra onsva in e at t tt
SIndications that the State Infantry Division. al Offensive against Europe Bank of International Settlen i
t wAS anxious to From Pontecorvo north across will break loose in the very near held it% artnual meeting at Basle
Swith negotiations With the Lri Valley to the mountains, future from the southern Russian this morning and approved of at
goonwiton this general the British, Canadians and Poles fret. We are inclined to believe divident of 4 per cent, The Bank

uitiennv on thi g tnei' nrM theBiih aain n oemp the lntadct f h 7 w iae
are confronted with the mauled re will be several blows- -co- is owned collectively by both Allied
almost every vew- Ninth Panzer Grenadiuer d an4 the ordinated as to timing, but not all nations and the Axis. The Axis'

tCng lmos every View Nin th Panzelrl Grenadi Oersand t unhe lriwyUefo h 1 ^ 2
lt members of the liaison depleted Nazi First Parachute Di-_ occurring on the same day-and partners technically hold control-
re chosen with the Idea vision. forming aFn entity that In a certain ling membership. The business of
could reach uSnathInOuS Surrounding the Anzio beach- sense i ill take concentrated action tle bank Is also neutral and most
there would be little head perimeter are the German against central Tcurope. Onerationis of the profits come from invest-
in obtaining Senate ap- Fourth Parachute, 65th Infantry, aalnst the Ealkans might also ments in neutral institutions.
Sy plan it might sponsor. the Third Panzer Grenadiers, 362nd take place." A Sbriss banker presided over to-
ien Connally, Democrat, Infantry and 715th Infantry Rday's meeting but not one of the
4 the Foreign Rilatlons a Division. other 13 directors was present
ie.s chairman of the [Information has been received Cmmit Voting was by proxies. Srne of the
Includes: Democrats: in London, according to Reu- h es ad i bank's executive staff including an-
oGeorgia; Barkley, of ter, that German military pat- American ao a German watched
and oGillette, of Iowa; rois disguhised as British soldiers oig Lushih ,the utr:l president Countin AFTER
La Follette, of WUith o- Are circulating behind the Ger- votes, '
1Mblicans: Vandenberg man lines in Italy. These pat- th 22 Ioe
White o f Maine; and rois ask assistance from the aCHUNGKING ay 22 (AP) Woie a
of Vermont. psats and if the peasants The Chinese High Command to-he teawbyul
S b give them any help they are shot. sday acknowledged ithe fall of t at e al
The European Service of the Lushi Honan Provsince city Wi th s, Al i
A sm B.B.C. today sent out a message only 18 miles from the Shensi *nif "isa*/ Sid
.Army ,ezes I Al lan eigiving warning border, as Japanese forces ap-,/_ man e
S.. 1LgaJI this trapJ, Deered ga~thering weight for a cg e o anycus
dS drive on Tungkwan. gateway to D PA IA
ubsid BtIs Ptrio t northwestern China, Or an at- sa u of Ifatll
WdNGTON, May 22 (AP Ii- Halian P tempt to flank and cut off the kCT (7 I vr e 11"
WNrmi today eizd (APave t Harass e -lalla ae.Chinese troops stationed in that C ie Cs Dy"ipia Tsh

*!*?c seffbls-eda Mon t hi- (Iafkn ifre islvl. omna at. ^ Mw w f~ ^'\^ ^- --
,I nd htt1 te Hum- Q ET Other Japanese forces driving IW UUI
u~ t rng of L L I ,]D TMIADQUAR Ig'1
u s, for defiance of NAPL08, May 22 (Reuter).-For toward T7pgkwan along the 11,tiemobob
Iioifrd dheianceiof the first time today General Lungha railway line from the aed im"Su. Feed
SLabour Board The action Alexander has put out a com- wet were however reported stalled to Iepr- *

LTheeomip rnyma n h lc m~~orni t~hatrer theyai sthe n si border fro H*wee P A TE epm
ed by the White House unique on the work of Italian at Taying, 43 miles east of Tung. THIE T mobe I,
e lof the congressional In- patriots behind the enemy lines kwan.
o the Se of the parent He says along with Yugoslav Par- Tungkwan lies just acros the
ala The company manufae- tisans on the borders they are Shensi border from Housan where PL N ~ .Taldto m
R, rburettors d causing so much trouble In north, the Yellow River begins its great --T S Ifr
for military aircraft er Italy that the Germans have boo1 northward. The city corn- 11 1110
., sarm u)lles ind roachln- had to send six of the 23 divisions mantis road communications to
45 original order in the they have in the country to the the west and northwest, PrUdNl F.65g

suppie roa P UO OEC H
labor dispute was issued north, instead of using them East of the Tungkwan-Lushh ,

V.-U;t neoitio n Easth ofe the PaintnLuhi Again TaL^^o
e months ago. As in the against the Allied Fifth and area where Chinese forces are ntgrvo-e-t mao.
SWard case, Sewell Eighth Armies. coptter-attackino thle Japanese bra...r..
omethe concern. refused In Naples a Military Council has wedge into the Honan Pr ovineT
Omnly with the provisions for been set up to give detailed in- along the Peiping-Hankow rat In The PalmtDarde
7ii nance of union member- structions to Partisans in Italy, line, Chinese recaptured three I"
id arbitration procedures, and publish news of what they towns,. Sinantien. Weichwan and W
___jy h esror_______ esoes Ac IO |KK l '
achieve. The Council is made up Lushan. Lushan Is the provisional ITdd's i.
S edis of British officers from General capital. %T 1 i '
Firms Aldxander's headquarters and from Wink 'thin t t
0111s .ro, _._T,_ HOTEL De PARIS P S E
-t U.S. Blacklist Aw r my BO .E,,E D e2.- _Y at y* t
0nlUSs Blkeklsst arl Browder has been elected f a oanot a
8W-NGTON, May 22 (AP)- Allies Make Use president of the Communist Poli-I ABZ IROMW$T STU T. Rmbottee & Co
Its dr i to or lal Association Successor to the 4
- Of W akde Airfield dissolved Commn ist Party. t-
*any, te GovernmentE W Airfield
l Committee, placed 38 ADVANCED ALLIED HEAD-
Oweds firms to its list QUARTERS New Guinea, May 23
companies, alleged (AP).--General MacArthur reported 3 o.
tg!the German wrthis morning that the air strip on
. inta 8o raising to 42 captured Wakde Island has been
tf Swedish n io m on the put to use by the Alli"s. This
will not be added tech- places Allied air power 110 miles
%11 publication of the nearer Tokyo Aind the Philippines
supplement on from Hollandia. Wakde airdrome
is 1.100 miles from Davao. the prin- g
said that most cipal city In the southern Philip-
ndthe list were pinesPierce fighting continued on
.n+ an he companies were the mainland nearby as Japanese
to be branches of Axis mortars held up the American ad- ALL
S~IIe e8K1 Company, Swe- wvnce in the Tor River sector and CANADIAN
U1, ladg b U-k m Allied artillery pounded enemy IA0 S
d~~oes not aPpearo t, hel 5 options in Maffn Bay.
) ,...Y ,g'ted tdy, and this "==
,-,eseato mean that officials Armless Soviet Artist
el+ 5ra Still o~rtheistc on the
,yfneotiaton with the To Paint Again
':'uuovrmt LONDp'. May 22 t'CP)--Pole-
SU .koy. the Rtussia artist who lost
I Proswr nue both arms in the defence of Sta- --
1llesn rel/rda ngrad, will paint again, thanks to -- ---------A--------_
1OllS turday night, when special apparatus sent from the
_,truck in which they were British Ministry of Pensions which mm C


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Piano Fund No hneeybd-JJIS

T Uarelul
St. Be]edler' CAUc ,! -g
SoN with that
FRIDAY, JUNE 9, at 8.30 pm. mTF.RTTIV
U- sNd Hear Some of Triunidd' LiiJEBUO Y
Leadng Arttes HEALTH ,
****........l^.1'"';SOAP til f
'ES: $1.50 Reorvd, $1.00 and 72 Cents sot Y. fDt L..M ..A A Coe, ea. .e. lows Fea...... e. ifi.t f

T"!' MM UnMI V A UU WV 810M Z-- do u blme will, give YOU 5g,

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on Voice

MAY 22 Rieter) 5Ms m.'an thtol qigh ftam
tsu o "ad tztbt to w ak Yew
ernoon listeners totr a ...atam, 1. rSt ?i, e -g
tiM) Wbmtnd, am maiw
Service of the B.B-4%f.C. tad I -Ipt 5 r I
o i teB.C. COONOMe Fof Into "S Your I ian
e they were told on r etu Ira 4, ea. 0t f"It
member, the voice of 'rM ZS%'ft,"" .
he staff of General mMe bask 9W si p mlo
supreme Commander
sed to show the au-
the advice and in-.
.lgiven to thl people .
d countries so that
ready for the final
advised thi people
'd countries to get
detail of their own
ing roach's, bridges,
n spaces, where air-
d. They were told
forces or individuals,
ly want information.
n want guides. Their
ouId be accurate and
)uld be quit- certain
day and by night. F in* n I m oI d
ig instructions more bekindi to ear Re"ItiM ..
dropped by aircraft, healt ah adretr wth m *
there Is tIo bean- Codd-richit fron. pot-,umn
ierei t be T quiineil, lime. sodluma anj
directions., wliclh arei other mlnernlelts that tone
in French, Dutch, up the ytrem ai nd nm c
anih, as well as in fe l ilorflc lmy alve.
_0 6 Owa4 A afm.1.,L

n To Tradej
May 0 0CP J. A.I
lian Trade Comnuilb-
vest Indies, said in
today tlhitt, the Wesi "e
nxious to continue |
with Canada after
ies the West Idifs
per cent of their
and dry goods, he

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il feding to be able
like-when you like-
,i thil distrea of
eMmbh", Binliu.
Mied (elin("-M in
Musa, amuaing and
my of thes. sympilmUa
y di gatim and a call
orla aid thatDMdd's
" cam ve
l d, en (if.

>mfe hBnldg boedo 5te
I i< Wt fId.
a di g std bye
oedi-ss. rd. Il.Dy.
e Lisatld m p t
at ONt ofta a sle,
fosane mainly dillsotd
lie end basesti si Jlt
Ilasrimms and thu es iass
liT. is bet lilmat Dedde
od. T6ey also contrin
l1m Ibe Muos mor.
iv acidly ame teedelw
s and diambe.


Auction Sale
I.eep This Date O..n-
TiURSDAY, MAY 25, 1944
at -

T lixP be"n favoured with In-
S11LI iutins fomi Lt. Paul K.
ViDolid to10 sell at Public Auction
his coniulrte household Furni-
0 T. F'rdg, 7-Tube GEO..C.
R;I(I|dSokIrl>| lth ittmninatic Record
Chatiecr. Morris Suite ,complete),
Dining Room Suiite 'complete).
Sl)ressilnlir Table. Corona Portable
'rpewriter. Lady's Bicvcle with
Lithl4ilg SeL. Wardrdobe, Ironing
Boards. Sinkitic Stand. Bading
I-anmtns. Mosquito Nets, Stoo,
Writlm De'ks. Wooden Trays, Step
Iadde', 'Towel Rack. Medicine
Cabinrt. Tabl's .Book Ends, Ferns
Sin hanstine baskets. Porcelain Tea
and Diinner Sets, ElIctric Stove.
Electric Hot Plate, Electric Irotn,
- Electric T 'roasttr, Kitchen Safe,
Brooms. Mops. Mats, curtain)s.
1 Lot of Cutlery. Including
Knives. Spoons and Forks, Carving
Set, Sprinh Blinds. Tennis Rack-
rts. Percolator 'coffee). Camera.
l.inens ORGardeninv Utensils. Clothes
Press, Books, Glassware. Clothes
Press with Curtains attached,
Rues. Bread Boards with Knives.
BasketLs, Table Mats, Gardening
Shetirs Enamelware. Kettles.
Double Boilers, 8;aicean and
Ronstilntt Pian, Blrvrile Puimps.
And marv ohlrr usrfill Items
would auprar on date of sale.

Mf'ke a note of tlis late-
Thurlavy 25th May, 1944.
The Place-45 Mururaoo Road-
at 1.30 pM.
Licensed Auctioneer.


First Day for Thousan

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Ssmata. Lad pee k Irsa .? = VCap, W E s .

Ou MAY 26th. at 5 p.m.


I DancingYouth-1944
An All Dancing Programme
Ul'nder the Distlnguished Patrnage of |lls Excellency



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PRICES: $1.50 & $1.00 :: Children-Hal-f--Prie
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S Va, selin' Ha"rIr Tose os yewr omb...see*
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Talk Of Trinidad

'1_fB ID? 13PA8m Btatafied am$ of her friends at a puncV
4W 4 her b=8s in Coblents Avenue on Sunday morning.
t. Danly DrBum broughthies guitr along and sang some of sis
all d a ftheguW aso joind in community singing.
a Ir mMt included MM. UWd Praser, Mr. and Mrs. Rex
gan- Mr. and Mrn. Al Thonsm, MMrs. R. rampton, Mrs. Bob Chwsm,
iM. Pfset. Lieut. Dave Ddwarda, Mrs. R. Apslon, Miss A,
.Sou a~ng Mr. Ricard Wotma, Mr. Kric Burger, Miss amune
CSbsr- and on or two others.
S* "
A MO M pasenera by air for Barbados on Sunday were Mr. and
0M4U. Frank Sutherland and their chIldren. They plan to stay
SOtkU at lackrocit. Mr. Sutherland is an employee of bpencer j.
Ltd., and wili, no doubt, look up Mr. Spencer Kirton. the
hoer ad of the rm, who has now retired and lives in Barbados.
o *
ML. 1P. BLANC gave a stag party at his bungalow in San Fernando
on Tuesday night in honour of Mr. Winston 0. Abraham, ot
ointe*-a-Plerre, whose marriage to Miss Jean Laing, ol Malgretoute
11tate, took place at St. Pauls Church, Sa:n Fernando,. on Saturduy.
Among those present at the party, min addition to the guest of
honour, were Mr. Hugh PFirde, Mr. Sonny Scale, Mr.I, Ernest Hart,
Mr. Pat Fahcy, Mr. Victor Gill and Mr. O L. 0. Jackson.
MRS LAWRENCE YEARWOOD, whose hui.Dand v, a .)i fig officer
with the RAF. somewhere in England. h.s rei enllv come to
Trinidad from Barbadcs to take up an appoitUnietw il the .'Klhuo; at
PoInte-a-Pierre, and she is now i ming at the ,ladles' Hiosts here.
LJELEN MARY KEAY, just bac froni a hoitlday ot onet vcek in a
e borln island. hs asked me 'o Sav that the rumour that
she Is leaving Trinidad for good is ourte untrue Her school of
over 90 iunils grows more ard more imresint to h tier and
over O7 pupils will be presented aaii at 'Ihe Prrtce's Building
on Friday afternoon this week. May 26. in t he rtpeo i)ct i!o t;i;,tilct Of
her very successful "Dancina Youth. 1944" i- ad .,: d '1, H'd I'lo.'s
("CRICKET lovers, particularly tiv ,e sl'u hi;e 1 Itn;e ,.t "riid'e re-
m inded o r !ihr NN'or'li-s nthi wo-a;iv (r'i'k," : i l ii Beatl-
moMt Cup, which takes place at Hkui;r'+r Pi '-.s,i FI'ti hli. on
May 2R and 29. under the patronage ofl His F'. ,:;',l, 'Ic A"liig
TheP t' ,ni h. i hn' l. c i l'h i .'.e r;ecte"(, '. b ': be I .1i '.1i( l by
Jeffrey Slrinime Pr ,North alid h.'' rIH if 1 i -ti',:;. il'a\
will commence a' 11 o eath da Arh' h i' e .i'; I t'l, ili't'i'.i l a 11'i
o'clock and the tea in'erial a' ,our o'cil.
T'HEMrslerneers Orchestra at th, Trinioudi, '(' ;',' t ,'i'l1 .s a,'r-
Sday evening made a big "it' aii' d the (iidi fire kir"' a ; cit' p)'fd
all the time
Among those I no'-Ped 'hic' .' a e <'.into:,:ttdcr 'i.! M;. I)
Lindsa., Mr arid Mt'rs. I). Msi.'-a.,, Mr a:nd.I! M It'i. It'-n arid
Mr. Jack Hutton; Mrsht A *P,mnii', M*;. Dii. i'a-ii M"t ah1N Mr,.
Rex Br.,ks. Mt'i- Carneirn de (atlt;'s,. M%' Il- ) O'l''.trr', M,' BTi:-n, iri
Deane. Mr Jerry Gold.rt'in, Mr. J ti, MAt;i' ,it Nl MI i tI, t' .tnptoli,
Mr and Mrs. PFrank liial M:" Johiir.i, :l;;'.Iii'.u". M.I' ,:I. Milligan. Mr. rid Mr. P Pl:irni'r. M: (t;'t:'" I- "-'.l)iiltl'. Mr.
Harry Menhan. Mrs. I Apsi.oi,;' ;:. % M. C 'A' I' F/'/t,tad,
M I1S G larivy to .'>oi' M t SGl "r.1 i Hl '' '!i. I ,- l) ,,r ',i.
Lieut. Barv Barrmn, Mir,& Mt"ar, l?'itlloti. I,.L,'0 N M tl t, M. iiil
M rs. P. John..n. I.ftv 'D,'.1"'' .t.tllii' (',iV'. t!. t., t I': 'tt', MNI.
and M s R M .a 'im ,tio I.; ,' .i J I .i( 'kl,', I 1 '" I .'!.'' ,' I.1 il .
D ave F ,t'7 ards. M r. B R mio ., .*t !. a ti.r ain h'lT : lh'"-.
D'l .t".' the t lPV iir1g. M : M : ,"'""' 1 *'L ', ;i' W I t.% .,. "' r ! 1 it -
lglhtful short spe ii, ;:n r'i'i rdu n !j lu ,1,'.,irll :', .:': a:i e zet a rv M r. r j.ti n V ii: 'a l liii r I< l ,I ti ,i sl I ii', 1i0i t0
have rtant' impr ,r, t' s' at :hI ( clib a.1 :1-; C.,r t '!i'','v *A .i11 be
O WTNG la rk'iiilii'tlS r'y)it''. t~ile ,:i.: a I'r.i ('' itre
Club tomw orrow ii.4l it h- I'h i t it, rir', '., c'' t'i In 'ii:e !) '.'
dan"e t o Chrniival dm"p' atid p',"'' !ip t.. ; kI. i '* ii ; ." '-(lIldI
malmAk" will he allowed in f't, I1 rs lt'u;t ( '1.4 ','',1..i' a gtr't
tm d, Mtors snd his' Calvpsriotl.n O ( Ilci. i; ,i, : n' i .1'' ilh ul.'e
IM- FIDLER and Mls (;hhii. vli rilt i k:.:' :: U*. ,\
M askl 'p we to tt.a ii i a hu. e al>(' iAluiit ','i ir 1' 111,. l, ')i
W ar Babler'" appeal, Thr:l i lail'. P i 'utlitllvi'i it 'i *' I i al o'] <'(
Work to the Rpled risks andi )u'r i|)'pei]tnr f'). i i"'
Recen!v t it w tli f itT tl'v'r tork Aia lirl d 'I:t it 'li' .,,:'il lit'
which. I lndpr'tta,'.d w' rp hi A; iit' ily ,i ,'. l: !> i n '.1tii t1 Mr
A. Emlvn, the Clonvy I Hrei tio'
M ri A P rtNls. w-ho LA an .r .'i.'l! Ict'. (' .' ,i. '.. r ,.,, i'd $10)
Inr the find.
T E 104,4 handicap )o r tOitl intnit of 'he tiultli-lt'n' l ',: i.\ 'I',iii,. Asst.
c elation has been running since Manrch 8. olniItiiI'tl; l,4t ;1 i: been
kMn and aome wry Interesting matches have been ei'ilil The senii..
toals of the tournament will be fought lt Auvx, i rgintiin at 4 30
n. n Bsaturday, May 27, when the following matches will be played:
L; AdW' Singles-Mta C. do P re ad cr. vs. Miss K Till scr.
ladies' Dottbles--Mrs. Schwartz and Mrs. Cait'r '.15 vs Mrs.
YOU and Mrs. Groundwater 3-n,
Men's Doubles C. lnhson and A A P ker I1n vs. K Pl",-v
anld E. Scott- 3n.
Mixed ithiles r Sloute arid Mrs D. Fulji!' It 15 s Mr.
and Mrs, Thomas -- 15.
* *
IiB.lunible oaln held hv Mit R PIrincle lit !I. P,!ii,'rs : 'he
Victorsia HIA on Mia. 1, \..' K at'"t 'i A 1 iitt. ' .iir
of $161, was realRsd for the st T)illsan's spej'itlt ipii-,
Mrs. Pringle wislip tO ihtt k the lnitlhnitl ii, it, i ki%. llo i-
operated bv ending gift-' of cloit iig an' d artd l fit i, .:I iiti.til
their help tl e effort, coilld i ot hla c h'rt,'rn l ', tl

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5 ii New, Time Views the New G.I. New,
I" lFr.l Warlng VilA Ii Ju4.'al
5 i Mirth *ndl Madness HvmnI irom HRom
I5. . . Poietlc (Gen
.Uish Wlh Utird )tnd News Jubllee
A it, Personal Album
S(;r eat Glldersleeve Show TIii
4_ N.. N .ws .Ne,
Mexage Party New*, Bob Hope
:l5 -s stock Report -
:3411 bb, M M Mollr M1urn 2 A.ll6
;4& TMghl MUti* ...........
Soo Onff the Rrtord News Muski from America
I', 1 R <' Or,'Itemtra ports Interview -
8 )lnns, Shore Pasi, In Re\'ew
"It News lyn Network Repol'tr News
".Ii News at Home l.attn Rlyilhm
So Tommy Handley Bob Hope On* Night Stand
T es'1 Ne'A ll } ne,'r News Nllght Owl' Club
0 N. Cosiln Presents
t i- ar ow d -Nost rn .
N1K NK:News heallines Ire now glven onC* dally--*t S59 p.m.

KAOf CLtM, io4OW
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AND -TAE lOktNms THRA 17


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6EW oemv XWDAY--m an extended
Io guyemmis #Tw'ee Ditg at 4.4$-8.45

Today 4.30 and 8.30 p.m. Sharp
Republic Meister Serial in 25 Reels
Tomorrow. 9.30 ant.m.
Whole serial
4.30 and 8.30 p.m Olsen and
Johnson In "CRAZY HOUSE"
with Count Basle and his Band

TONIGHT at 8,30: -
Universal presents a Surpr Double
I with Lionel Atwill rind Una Merkel
with Randolph Scott and
Broderick Crawford.
Tomorrow: 'RIDE 'EM COWBOY'
Abbott and Costello.


Mum The a Ja afnim. i o n boa
of the Mowtry of War Travanrt. will
operate PaisGr ud Cargo Mrvi me be-
iwe* (the United Kingdom and the rtul-
Welt lutadla, iritit OulmU, aL tn U
Spats Mals.
ee Ulirta Ilormstlt apl51 to la.
TeeIakefts ?sit if 72-74 South Quay
T~ir- w_ 11 n.7aomi o11


Monday, May 22
8.3# .VA
A limited number of poies to
local cinema theatres available
to merchant seamen on appli-
cation to the Club Manlager.,
Current landing permits to be
Tonight ot 8.30
Fr Mmierehant Navy OflAe
at the
Cablestr H-i t. lAtAsa's
Ihon, 8117.,

ctory Fair At FOrest

raws Large Oiffield Crowd
I "VICTORY PAW" held at ret Rnow under theOr t ro
W Mr. A. J. mpthve-ldumr. thr V enara m aasgw of Trnldad
iholds. Ltd. wus a great muew. a"d t b Iunderstood that the
eds. which were giventa Um WinM t War Aelationm were
-4 about P0$.
u)ple Wed. T cl of h weather w
Skin aor t waa fin throughout e
US Chapet rnoon, thou in In
<-o^J* C ~pelau rming before the fair commenced.
e 1y ltle m u M 21e Main part of the prograunme
Sy C t Jewa S. Armywas the it athletic events, which
n the S. Orchapl o began with a walking race in the
lay, afternoon when MU. 0 rror San to
Bell. widow of the late Mr. vmt Reerve, and covered a wide
I Bell. became the bride of rang itncludtng fiat races, .'vale
uls Telley, U.S. Army. races, high jump and broad jump,
bride wore a blue sports out- tg-of-wa', relay mce and conm-
h black accessories nd M ando race.
e of orchids and was given Iome of these events were con-
by Mr. P. Rollock, her father. fined to staff and employees if
Hazel Bell, her eldest Trinidad Leasehoits, Ltd., but the
ter, was nmald-of-honour, and majority of them -vere open anid
w-ede Matron was bestman. there were good entries.
eption was held at Mrs. Bell's ideshows were a great attraction
during which Mr. N. Mollen- and were very varied and interest-
ropceed a toast to the couple g -omprisn such diverse enter-
e cake was blessed by Capt. tainmenrt as the wheel of fortune,
couple left for St. Margaree' darts, football game' nail driving,
asparee, hter in the evening raffles, guessing competitions., claim
Ide wearing a pair of ble takin, ringing the money anJ -
d elack with matr of bleln other devices for swelling the pro- 5
.,ed slacksawith matching eeds, E
ng the guests were Mr an] Durin. the afternoon ladles (,f
J Dick. Mr. John Patience the W.A, served teas, sweet |
ra Dick, Miss Evelyn Crooks, drinks and oansdy. while hot-dogsi
Sherman. Mr. and Mr A were sold between six and eight
Mr. and Mrs. E. Mollen- o'clock and were much appreciated
Mlsr D. and Mr. R. Steele, by the patrons.
3 Bain, Mr. A and Mr. S At the close of the sports events,
amn, Mr and Mrs. A. Froget, Mrs. A. J. Ruthven-Murray kindly s
oyce Dear, Mr. and Mrs. H. presented the prizes to the forturnte
louse, Mrs. Monroy, Mr. and winners.
. C. Oomes, Miss E. Bran- Among those present in addition g
r. W Jones, Miss D. White- to Mr. and Mrs. Ruthven-Murrav
Mr and Mrs. E. Edwarda, were Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Laidlaw, nil
MeJer, Mrs. P. Rollock ard Mr. aind Mrs. B. G. Banks. Dr. and; 'ill
nlly. sgt. C Parker, Mr. P. Mrs. Murray. Mr. E. Trafford and
Cpl J. Bark, Pvt. Joe Me- Mrs. Trafford, who has just returned =
k, Mrs. A. Hodgklnson anti brated bv Capt. Jewett, U.S. Army =
Pope. Canada looking very fit and well- .
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Rink Mr. and
Mrs. F. L. L. Tindall, Dr. and Mrs.
S. Littlepage, Mr. and Mrs. Col-
day D I a ry lins" Mr. and Mrs Castle, Mr. and
l ry a Mrs. John Archer Mr. .. a. Curlet
and Mrs. Curlet, who has just ar-
e by Chinese Athletic Club, rived from England to Join her hus-
s Btulding. 8 band at Porest Reserve: Mr. Art.
Haley, and Mr. Ted Moore, Mr. Eric
Gorrow ransaull, Mr. and Mrs. R. Robson,
lrrow -. ani Mrs. Jack Waddell, Mr.
and Mrs. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Bal-
ival dance at the Trinidad derson, Mr. and Mrs. Oreenop and
y Club. many others.
'e at Perseverance Club. Everyone agreed that It was a|
w nt(ht at Coterie of Social moat successful affair and treat
r Community Cenire. Icredt is de to the various officials
rart Bridge "-Get Together ." and committee members who
7.30 p.m. worked haid to organilse it.

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manage Defeat 'Rest' 21-16 At Netball

xC.C Take Lead In NorthSouth Acting Governor Presents

1st Class Tourney m "r wn Trophies At'War Fund'Match
4 OGuardian CBemnITt. Camp Drawn

,ANODO, 7May 3 MlI Oate *cored a convincing out-
imaiialmx. the cupholders, to gain a substantlal lead on
Sthe iabaMt Cup games on Saturday afternoon. Tol
g ote1d 1 runs for six wickets on the,second day,
Snmlop closed and Middirn. Gelding an eight-man
b ba h the pavilion after scoring sI runM in the first

knock, however,
E& bowling of Brown
Stood much for them
SaktiUed out for a
WlGns. Toll ate thus
rand W rVu=-
ribt daw have put
t leag"e table
Leaseholds hold
with 146.
registered their first
Season when they
Sby six wickets.
*rst innings points from
Ikomenade batted Until
aen the ground wascon-
ft or play, They had
Sruns for eight wickets
| Leaseholds' 351 runs.
"e skipper, Arnold
ed attractively in reach-
hest individual score
e0wrs R. Brown, of Toll
tour wickets for as many
E-ssanall two for five,
ler five for 28, S. Hosein
eight, and V. Noel tree
are as follows:-
A t Innings 19
l -list Innings.
i fne b S. Ottley 2
S H. Phillips R.
!q Atwell b Brown 0
g stpd. w.k., b A.
b Hassanall 1i
h lbw. b Hassanali 16
b Atwell 10
iteter not out 2
J. Goln and L.
STotal 61
ftwling Analysis
0. M. R. W.
4 1 5 1
d,,, 6 17 1
6 1 23 2
.......... 1.4 4 1
e-2nd Innings.
ter c Mdaharaj b Blown 3
Oa Phillips b Brow n 1
b Brown 3
H Brown .0
Jb assanall 0
l Ibw. b Hassmanall 0
c Pout 7
I Hassanall b Mo-
J. Goln and I.

Bowling Analysie.
0. M. R. W.
..... 3 4 4
3.s-5 -
.....4- 625
..1.4- 2 1
it Innings 361
IMnade e1st Innings.
c Hosein b Nep-
S Milne b Hosein 55
b Marsden 21
S wk-jr. b :Teptune 4
e Constantine b
iMb HoRein 0
m si..,r b Hosein 0
)t Ibw b Constantine 3
not out 1
[:not out 0
Ii did not bat
tras 8
Total (fer 8 wkts.) 111
0 M R W
I-o ........ '7 0 8 3
il 4 11 ,1

rso ; 5 0 14 2
r ..... 2 14 1
........ 4 0 13 0
t_5 ...s0 14 0
2 0 a100
"-........ 2 0 10 0
let Innings ........ 9
l1t Innings ........ 118
hft 6 and b Joseph ....



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SB. Seecharan c W. Alleyne b
Donaldson .................. S
S. Ameerall c Walker b Noel 40
L. Loorkhoor lbw Noel ........ 9
H. Seedanslngh stpd dwkur
b W alker .................. 5
D. Heinke c Captlste b Walker 7
M. Baird stpd. wkpr. b Walker 1
H. Ramsankar b Walker ...... 1
E. Frederick c and b Noel .... 3
Leo Noel stpd. wkpr. b Walker 0
Y. TIab not out................ 6
Extras 3
Total 113
0 M R W
R. Donaldson ........ 3 0 17 1
W. Alleyne ......... 2 0 12 0
A. Joseph ........ 4 1 14 1
0. Hantiste ...... 3 0 24 0
A. Walker ......... 6 1 28 5
V. Noel .......... '5.2 0 20 3
W, Alleyne b Seecharan ...... 43
0. Mavnard b Lookhoor ...... 0
A. Walker not out ............ 22
R. Donaldson lb'-, Seecheran ..
A. Jnsenh b Senike ...........1
0. Baptiste not out .......... 13
Total (for 7 wkts.) -78
0 M R W
L. Lookhoor ........ 5 0 S30 1
D. Senike ........5 0 15 1
Ameerali .......... 2 0 23 0
Seecheran ........ 2 0 11 2

Barbados Aces

Arrive For

Sports Today
Barbados will be represented at
the T.A.A.C. sports attar all.
Cable to this effect was rrceivcd
by Austin Awon, the stf;-etsrv of
the T.A.A.C. yesterday.
Barbados champion cyclist, Night-
ingale, his team mate Clarxe, and
star-sprinter Wood will arrive here
today and will compete for honours
on the second day of the sports to-
It is under consideration for the
holding of a third day on Satur-
The match race for intercolonial
honours will now be more interest-
ing as Aikey Fernandez who won
alf three races on Saturday, Keith
Cousins, the Jamaican ace, and
Laddl: Lewis, the B.G. champion,
will be seen at their beat.
The intercolonial 100-yards race,
with Corporal Franklt of B.O.,
Wood of Barbads and the Trinl-
It reoAestatives including King.
who s-t a new Trinidad record at
Easite- doing 9.7 should prove a
great attraction.
The T.A.A.C. have decided to re-
duce the price for ground to one
shilling and children half price.

Queen's Park

Beat Indians
Queen's Park "A" put themselves
almost in an impregnable position
for carrying off the "B" division in
the Bonanza First C 1ss competition
when on Sunday afternoon they
skittled out East Indians for 60
runs. and won the match by an
innings at the Queen's Park Oval.
The match, a fixture in the
third round, was left unfinished,
with the Parkites in a command-
in isiticn, and on Sunday they
made short work of their rival.
In reply to 103 runs. Queen's
Park made 227 for seven wickets
declared, and bowl out Indians
for 60. ,
M, Quesnel created a sensation
bv dismissing two batsmen In the
opening deliveries of the game,
then R. Wood eni "',ed to mow
the remaining batsmen. L .0
P. Ramcharltar p-aed a grand
fighting knock for 30 runs not out,
but no one was there 'to stand up
With him. Wood got five wickets
for 19 runs._______

A Dieame of Ue 3Se.d
It is a condition in wlhich the
blood is reduced in amount or Is
deficient in rod blood-cells or in
hemoglobin, mAnaested by pallor,
shortness of breath, and palpita-
tion. -%he primary cause of this
disease is disturbed Innervatlon
of the blood-forming organism, as a
result of spinal lesions which ere
reflexlv produced through various
predispoine cause, amon which
may be mentioned the foowin:
Haemorrhawe. discharges. Imperfect
nutrition, eeee nursn
chronic intestinal catarrh, wast.g
diseases. unhysienic s utroundinp
deficient feed. excessive meta u
physical work, and pregnancy.
The blood t light in colour. and
It also considered by some
aner lsme whth responds to
Chiropractic adjustments readit.
Dr. lAM9 1LOVB, I CJ&.
TheM Ckr bepad S!-
At the Chlropracta Heit" tudoF
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Sarkar Hits 40 In
Match At South
On Sunday
Trinidad Guardian Cerrepepimet
hampered the North-South cricket
match played in aid of the Wset
Indian National Party's Welfare
Fund at Skinner Park yesterday
afternoon, c using the match to end
In a draw.
North made 94 runs for five
wickets declared snd at the close
South had -5 runs on the tins and
only four wickets intact.
Shortly before presenUting the
prizes. Dr. David T. Pitt, President.-
General of the West Indian Nation-
al PLrty, congratulated the North-
erners on their fine performance.
He offered a trophy for an annual
North-S.-)ut: match to be played In
aid of the Party's Welfare Fund.
Tre Hon'bile Roy A. Joseph int.i-
mated to the gathering that he had
already had the trophy in hand
and committees in North and Bo'th
T '11I be set up for the selecting of
teams for these games.
Despite the weather, a fairly
slaige crowd witnessed the engage-
ment. which was featured by a
splendid 40 runs by the youthful
mmager of the Visitors XI. Noble
Sarlka, a breezy 23 by the stump-
ing wizard, Sooklal Samaroo. fine
bowling by Lance Pierre and Fred
Perguson and the usual brilliance
on the field by Elias Constantine.
Beside Sarkar'a 40, Clarence
Skeete who contributed 27 was the
only jther batsman to reach double
figures. For South, Ayoub Faie
sandal, captured two wickets for 19
runs, but Hyndman's one for two
gave him fe best bowling average.
At -he conclusion of the match,
D'. Pitt addressed the gathering
after vhich he distributed the prizes
to the various winners Pa follows:-
Highest individual score-North-
Noble Sarkr.r-bat presented by Dr.
D. T. Pitt.
Highest Individual score-South-
S. Sam.roo-bat presented by Mr.
G. Cooke.
Best bowling average-North-W.
Ferguson--hirt, presented by Mr.
H. B. Web'te-
Best bowling average--outh--8.
Iyndman-one pair batting gloves,
presented b. Mr. A. Howell.
Best Fieldsman-Ellas Constantine
-two ash rays, presented by Lanes
Recreation and terryy Club.
The scores are as follows:-
C. A. Roach b Loorkhoor ...... 2
I. As..tine c Hassanall b D. Al-
leyne ......................... 6
C. Lmrete c and b Hassanali 2.. 31
N. 5arkar c Constantine b
Hyndrilan .................. 40
R. Tang Choon c McD. Durity b
Hassanali ................ s
W. Ferguson not out .......... 7
Extras ............... 4
'lotal for five 'kt ......... M4
0 M R W
D. Alleyne ...... 8 1 17 1
S. Loorlkhoor .... 6 1 11 1
McAIister ........ 4 0 9 1
H. Nelson ........5 0 22 0
E. Constantine .... 4 1 7 0
A. Hassarall .... 7 0 19 2
S. Hyndman .... 1.2 0 2 1
W. Alleyne ... I 0 3 0
S. Samaroo e Cooper b Pierre .. 23
McD. Durity retired ........... 3
W. Alleyne b Pierre ............ 9
A. HasEmIal l bw b Pierre ...... I
E. Ooztsatantine c Tronchin b
'erguson .................. 3
S. Hyndman not out ..........
S. Loorkhoor c Pierre b Fer-
guson ...................... 4
Extras .............. 12
otal for six wickets ........ 56
0 M R W
L. Pierre ........ 6 0 22 3
R. Tronchi, ...... 3 1 10 0
W e'rguson .... 4.5 0 12 2
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With the Acting Oowernor, the Non'ble A. B. Wright, and Mr.
Oeorge Cabral, donor of th shield, looking on, Orphanage retained
their supremacy, defeating a colourful star-studded Rest'" combina-
tlon 21-16. in a preeentdtlon match bringing the Northern Ladies'
NetbaU League 114 eason, to a brilliant close at the Oval yesterday
afternoon, proceeds of the a e going to the Win the War Welfare
In a gIa: seething with thrills,*. ..
and before a mammoth crowd, the Williams scored three succes-
rpnae shooting ae. E len slna. ooals. and came within
lunrs1, treated the crowd to steady, equa.sing range, but Orphanage
and beautiful sh-"ting, s cortn 17r wIth their usual last-minute drive-
goals while Carmen Dick aetted-the Clunis and Dirk excelling-left "The
other four. Rest" at 16 goals, And won at
Defiance's Williams after 1- at 16 .l t
a poor start scored 11 brilliant Mr. Bowen nd Miss Burkett were
goals while Vida Horaford trot the the umpires:--
remaining five goals of The The teems were:-
Rest's II. ORPHANAGE: Prince, Barclay,
Orphanage carried off the Cabra LCrespo, Leama, Francis, C,. Dck
Phield, and the 'ohn Hart Rawlins and E. Clunis.
Cup for the second consecutive *THE REST"--U. HWcrsford. vl-
Year and A a result won the via Williams. Jovce Messiah. M.
Rawlins C p outright, Parris, B. Oonsali'es, L. Thomas,
Mal"-ern who have halted the and P. Williams,
Orphanage trophy winning ram _____
page, secured their first lien on the -
Fata Knockout Cup, after being
runners "p for three year, In a row. l 4-
At the conclusion of the match, B mni t H it
the Acting Governor pr-sented the
Cabral blield to gileen Climis, ..ap- 1
tin of tj champion Orphanage 15 In i l
side. and other individual prizes. 1 I F
Mr. Oeorge Cabral, expressed his
thanks to 11 thosi who helped to Belmont Boys Recreation, behind
make the season interesting, and four runs on first innings made a
said tha+ tbe welfare of netball lies brilliant record innings effort and
in the younger generation, who scored 151 runs as their Narvo Cup
have established this i,ame as one of Anal with Cosmos continued at the I
the chief forms of ladles' sport. Quecr.s Royal College ground on
The A:tlng Governor, the Hon'ble Sunaay afternoon.
A. B. Wright, then added that it Belmont had made 90 runs in the
was the first netball game he had first innings, and yesterday Cos-
seen, and expressed the hope of mos added two runs to their core
seeinZ many i=ore. t of 92 for two. and concluded their
He further added, that although innings at 94
he did lot know the history of net- Brilliant Innings by Bertle Hard-
ball, yet he thought that the game g enabled Belmont to reach 151,
was o to standard and agre despite the bowling of Thompson
with M.CAL.J t hat th e game de. who in the match bagged nine for
veloped character and physique.37, four for 24 In the econd In-
He then presented the Cabral n or 4 In the second In
Shield to Elleen Clunis, captain of Hadn ninre 3 .ph
the 1944 champions, the John Hart Hading scored 32, Joseph
Rawlins cup, to M. Francis. the 24, Francis 16, and 0. Bodkyn 30,
Bata Knockout cup to Mavis Prr while Thompson bowled four for
skipper of Malvern, and distribujid 24. and C. Andrewli four for 33.
many other individual prizes. In Cosmos 94, Bodkyn took six
In yesterday's game, Orphanage for 35. Williams two for 11, and D.
started the scoring but their oP- James two for 27.
ponents quickly equalled. Cosmos are 18 for two In their
The champions went on to hold second Innings and the match %il
a 5-.2 lad, and were It not for be continued on Sunday.
fast, and accurate placement s Y
centre, Barbara Gonsalves and M.
Parris. who played very Impressive-
ly, they .might have gone on to a W anderers Play
bigger leadPl.
Oonsa'ves and Parrls turned In Chinese Today
some 'rilliant netball and a beauti-
ful goal by Sylvia Williams levelled The following will represent Wan-
the scores at five all. derers "A" against Chinese In a
Sylviar. WillianLts then gave "Th ladies' hockey fixture )n the Ben-
Rest" the lead at six, but Dick of bow's gruinds this afternoon:
the Orphanage equalised, and went Knp "s; M. Cambridge. E.
ahead at 6-7 Schul"i.E de Labastide, Iris Daunt.
vileen Clunlis with four consecu- sNhl r: J. I-onside, M.Hart.
tive 'oals put her team to the fore N. Skinner: J. I-onside, M. Hart.[
and at hl S-tlme the tins read. fr A. Spence Capt.), Ida Daunt, and
and at h-.V-time the tills read, 1l -41 R. Lfc an~w
to the champions credit. h. McLean.
In the second session, 'The Rest's' Chinese will play the following
Vid'a ofO and, Sylvia Willie" aide:-
got through the opposing defence V. Moyou, J. Chan LPAonl, Jt
more frequently thin in the pre- Thomas, P AhoW, Lu-Affatt
(Car ,) S Kam Chin, 0. Shim, V.
vious hialf. .a Chy Pow, Z. de SUva, .. Low and'
With the score at 15-10, Syl"ia y PwlZ.


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VTHO Is the wife who would, h L.e to be a bileg-n
s s weetheart? You can be one. Just do every day the nice
little things you used to do in your courtship days to win yore
husband. Particularly, keep your complexion looking young
for your age ... smooth ... lovable... kiMsse.
Here is the way. Daily -morning noon and b" o ping Ic
bed wash your face gently with Palmhnove Soap. A m take
a daily beauty bath. Palmolive is made from a seet blend
ot olive and palm oib known for ae as nature's finad sk
beautifiers. Its rich, creamy, beautifying lather, difftmt
from any other, cleanses deep into the pres d W lb&
health, youth and beauty to your skn.
Buy a cake today.... strt
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be married-lead him to
amp tell you ""ou tsme fl 'y

UmDER RULe 110
On loau from 3AW to I,3W at 4% annum.
On lmans upwards of $16t.0 to e.0AN a 6% par manum.
On tomans upwards of S.-, ePea ral.
For vartlculars apply to-






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V -o--act C. McfarthyIN OHigh "^#= Strea Coronet." tweet; Lumber with atbi tn e onir.witheh4of
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additS,1oN ^^* fih- '0 I San Fernando. LonhUtggmv.r to Imla Seince sMRLdB many Otht5 COms also FurniturelK. Apy:3 Predr-- 15J'I fat Egcednglr cool ay withL? macb INta~ MEMORIAM *b M&
Is_ G ___ SSnCX Coke Mack" (91, =w HOUMC-Nom *< -M.. = M soas oJ. T I Ios MURIRl((W MA. C. o gh C 1 -
t-.a dlwtive, Irasklin Sqare Ax CTT-VE ONC"E'1'3 3003, ph 1iiPmo called is her
B( r k). 40 Muran"'y S Ntreet. Wob111 Eatelrn Mall Rid, BratrtO a. al v.MMEDIATE Psu y, t -lr n. edow re.t on May 2. 1o37
EIMLOYENAT RESTAURANTS AND FO01CS -June* .6 t. Appy.; Muse.. G ----d-.. Store oe" (lar.od, y *., Road. *t. Aucst in.. d.t, "t" Ia not dead O rokTwry..&
IsdvsurA"ndan.ust0MAGAIN 0U0 %RIP'ON Maall'_ --June16 4oenDw r thcee o deemed are more al
erigimlt-T You can-th es SaFie ndwhs S;d Ir bc. Utyavel.Tai sa1tory. .n-. Cs 1 BEAUTIFuL R *4ID I No. I Rs va iou f Ori T tre Pativlas cel. tha wet

Do ee en emasiwll> ice tBciv *t;-2gth andu Reaib Writs ,",,.^ irM f h f6Sog Slc~t ree t. *Phon dali. CWt 33.2< su tr- plon 513-at,*erely Apl:35ll-^ T oe live i on rfce byh LIlWhI, 5Af C l~lart on (1- 5
w-e.1 &,1 forn, vHiie 5tr>.nlo-~ aniCl Ae^rated D rins t h M issin Sel lFreeU B PTAbtS. Poet toi nBuS 10.- Oct l fe.d by ui t f -rodanmgu*to FIRST CLASSHntRod IVS TMn T JRs--un I ourICM sight, they~i onlyc wai enn '
NaRn r y, Marine I l8 rARE NVE D lort 11iulars. _Mra S.n A;E A I OEUIR r- you GsO N

M~c~. rur ~~tn:> C itel '-""' ''Hermltm"e, Roa an..d f(ie u "**'M" o. Olycmlt 4llr lnni, m_,l Ion dlw'l opu In dt h lt I nlti d 8 t wo a t Bmr l ol.l Pretold Valldty, Inra TheeU LC1<.rb ntf~ (i ,_ .--i lr~ ti t i~-^ ^'
0 tMdoSa Ice Depot for orders. For beat Bre d yrRu i'OOlB ett.+ Vacant, p 5i 0P Wll USi which s carrel:d on the business of a pro- --er levinS children. grandchidren.
Me_________________VoiCa1_,____prm:_M___ can ete from Boyrie Chinook. Columbus rollins to sell .Usnit- tO IMPto- iar.0leeetI
,: :: C : t & C & O ~ k I a w ac han dn ga cr eBa n S a le so1" 4u r t h e r ps tr uefaFa sa tt a c h e a m 18a tph aa t c o r n ery o f.O l d M r..& n ulN ,,4 I N 6A U W W i f W V t n g m e m o rM
apply: L. N (lttanandPhnel58s. -laoJ a good oadtFourthDetdet.yL.venlile.LourRdearRTrrer nits-erGed whoSdparted iltbrottherdoPowdr *l want t

wr.SITUATIONS VACANT Applm tor . yle, my ea r. mneiner--May 2 A. LI aM REAN-tR.d kI., Cnd laegInIto gotE 1 o14.0 00 or Iet olffr. Phon2 Kioi. liim. life May 20., 1 o4. awy r s G iti rl ie-t *I
TOtINa LADtY WANTED ih ore. EN BA3AI--8rhe host Fab.nable tC" &3 Charlotte tinMest.-J 9 15. OSPRS 5335.J .UJn & i0,-usines a+. Although to4y-earo habove pasd ,r
practically office eUperIence i Double so- Restaurani In cosmopolilttn Trlnidad. cre-i POR BE TTKR i][ONs-- eae'ul brook. Good iocnlity--22 Damhan Stret.n 10 ACR ES LAND wlth tart. dwelling TIs like an even~ngl gone:
try Book-keepl4H. Muse Ae accurate at( al, cooklng. Phone 34-Ji5 r r et e- 0 oli our, th Street.Baaotaria. Ho$d231.a ter m anut slk l yehr.rd onaonw
OWSu Be. neat-han w tritin An sk able 10 E aT WI erllaM undryW All wo Enrk.d rse Plt Pan043& erit age n" ly SAyub $3Eh .a rl ouse on i lduftigoo odar t c erml e 'P o"u tsem is etrdyoret:t1at-obewth u *
typ ou bdillis and imple tte, ienla igjW o MM Sand CCTA ILS 25anprmtdldivery, Wo1d2nA K SttEet. App

IIr. athldrtn n hi & WI IA AIW8 tJ OS-hmoards, Lodn;etters, Cinema PI *a Charint. Itreet--Mmy S|t. from Four Ronds Telrminus. Possession For memory llnysra on. .1it1a
tM,,L ,1%.111. n I prvlr. itsola ,o 'l. tl. ld Tl keti. c R t. Apply: Moder 115B C e 1?n Ch aeaOl T w me e- $u o n ov ny 2n -patd rmhnCm *Iu .bur 1Y,. s el, srth
aiount, and ae.tat generally n tn lbs Ac 1lmot. 'Phone 83 -.-May 21. st t *ree upotatrsi l 'Phone 20O 2 r rig'-- e o SA thellowl D (mt1 10 M4 W0rren o nl.earest oe KnCO x.CO EEv Ph in a- ths.', im other, wat
Office, Mnukt salmrby tobr mo.nth ar Vnent ,r et, 'Phone t1,, new MAGAZ- 8INE SLeS AvenuWt., Y n F, oondthyo. thee du n V .bl, C E LATE TO CLA8itFl lOU1"ANDlAD,'rthwyS.
M gon tJi apa r imnt nt r PRIt-CE-plot .NT- RP A D >T R P Th i n t Prnce Tne No Cou ntrne h
Appl: by letter In th. te tantt e TOr Y s m ant.dlioI.MnresdDnrswe1Al runndingerulldy.ihpUc sliad Feromado. RecentVl .buit, dfiveeomom TehOO LATElnnTOlnCLASWSIFWOu ... '.. "'' ad u.koee'ntlB.mrag. att..SVIM

OWn bandwl i.tin statIng ablty,e r h --- ------up. Special arranlyemeni for talea Co,, Ltd., will Buy. Sell. ln n g. r ns bath and lvaltory. A( lri-. Apal, bntry Bathroom and avn- _ I__ _ _1 Town_ _____________ __ VI
Mice and encloa vbiees tsot Alaoe 4 o nionihsy eetmer. We alas cater for Re on tct. Ren t e sovate. RemodlJ inn$ o _ater, kfit ttIpl--ctobtainto., o p ossession. Per wayswiththoaeIeet; altyph Ap y OSTnthi o
PUof credentials else photo tyoJNurssm.,.AD D Build189Frdeik andaat 3 Fwsteepairt.t you. in alsm 13.ea =1=20"io b teReu

Box P432,U~ 0/ ijld Guard iaepoo ~rll-Jn S1ee id. Colid psratr o o. o.I ndey R. Jasgernanith. the Modern printery. NE.AR QUEEN'S PARK HOTEL.. Small h.~Ss 46 4E W.. yourP food-as
S.; h C R AH a.IoprC TAsEl k Ofi refll Lsed. Aptl Btrt SnA T er33 nu n 8avn anando.-May WhieteD and Black D PogBI. Ans h b wers tto y i dt a K l E Lk.ICa stoac
May ofa 26wnrdMao 2" ItreL-"Junea 13. three bedrooms and all eolmelvmBdgte it Wiaiekere. Pleate ring 6008. Reward.-- S &rI Dbtif'lo Aot Cid Powde
liWSy or hal d s work aiily. CHW IRO POD JOEP HN tihd'iOII.1RxperT St o lT R ,peire Ca|edong e Ro ad. Waite ian l vigt Good talay I
WAi o r el-y wr d "ly byIl swag t OWELand OvS M,..i r Aarke.. PLumvo3e.qaW PneeesI e. R ae oidl obsy, A 1ly LAND lrOB SAI.E MaydL A M I 28Loo d0 beIl
Apply: No. 0 Aust O ptpeet. May 23 KXP]I'T MASL EUR CHIIOPODII'H of-Bpain. lPhonel 131. I-r y 2 1 Knox. 'Phaone 536.-May 3 VACtANT BUIJLL)INt LOT on City' d PERSONAL NOttI _oilt
any >-1 T XT M KC BtheK DO, YOUr WANT' TO BU or S ELL "Lf, " Cosu er Reor. ,*NtW_,* ""o il 4t - B ret ^
ha.m u,', ft.Att'.McOEP a r ty, 49' ( iv st reet. y &r- OD UMBRE,.,. MArE NW" A"-ss.. "= ,droLumbebouonda.ry.s 'o"t'" Phb"u Ward, rl AI0 -My.a THE PUBLC s erehy noi fid that n od an a
mmlitaet h O sM ayCh arg, r trP.aindOii. o~rmely Medical dutu, *o Garci A dThe apecleli t rep C~airs re o etanls o o drlf ou.Aplee an Frd-Sadd2e % fast. ExLANdintay cl with ,.mnlax. aNMEMOtRepnIblAoMnydb r et

EXPRIENCD CANDY MAER. Ap- le WEDIJH MAnoSAGE, 6. t reboveri lia. 'Phone ..1344 2 Prne Street Road. Ap ply. Cooll I dl Ro i. frm an Juan, f n cooa, tonS bean. contracted by my husband. gImeir Aot, o
ply. ABx h,, 1A r Edt.. m Mainnd or reducing, remedies lpanreia yM Pe une 13. -- neg limes, T offee, oranges. River be havtnt ]eft my home snce1 May CT
I I 43 R (Non wTROUBLe .: .I. N OWINIT YOUR rCOPELANDy 1 IRT EMP OEN Bo 1-IM throgO. 00. N. "_ Ca 6 Frd
SErMVANyTWANTED, toIAply toNseven A FAIA IStan.neow,"oCarmody Road, fit.dAugustine.No.e to 1i4

StR^ /^ .^ ~ H "^ ':,; "-'. (.~r -ree -t.00 Appl ::t= prink 8tee.--a 3r1 DO.L LS lr- r
t.iAe fr NTEt o o .wnp lr edn|ripk ORD ERSI (CoonemtlcsJ t*Mily 5--S. Offt"l. Offce R Rtreetee, Tan R'-nand l o a 3wHenry Street, 'Phona $7r4.-June 3. SEVEN ACRES LAND, quarry, tenants, p. -Pplny TowLY A .Stee -A .L. Arcnteice .CPc,0pyi S e M 1w
tireet .rlir t*on. -ur Iu 1 6l I r DERICK STREET tnd eear. Tranotm r ERNsIN E THOMAS (former barber i1c fri te t T aue (ctip TE is her y nothe th a A o ar
te N VACA NT ,I.I o n Sari 'erJl nld Staton). 'PHONE+ 43e0, Latest p Ries (mp O dleni. now located at Paory .. WDo asearite oern vit ed Mr.uaP upr tc la b. mywie, PUnia opehad iler noty le t h3ti
treese offtr. Cla M', J7. Oin"' y w Una ioopl.yhrodir, I, noW- ,phone$onDraR 8 E -T r TgS
T'O] IO VAANT m erzPenanoslonal apparatUl radiant. infrared. hbigO ,oe wl first clam essitant. Corner PROPERTIES FOR SALE High Street.,a 8I'n mando.--June 2 under my care and protection and thit not a 1i1 g ..b .
Do mete *Cr M Stn-y Ist With u se xport- reYOU rca n ytatth ueat saHoitirad I esa lk tregh adbmlh rt a 8 I I'

srlt. it A cr ut a~t n d lo-'rywe t w ith Appl y e 1'r- frequ nPOI)Hy M ,ne Abercro mthy Street end Marine Skluat. j CARL, C. IJRATT A COMPANY, 27 at. BUILDING LOTS; evel, elevated, ceo- I do not hold myself reslolnsilth for anyO it nI _
F. ot A NT.jul y ng a t iri ld r rli ,ii l!h Msing l Phn A, -June. 1 'iet u tet 'Pho n Lt WePhav r water e ct Apply: 2i0I. i debt or debts ontr cted bty her Oa Wn DE
l"" Catnh7n ewritingRoad, ant also-iu May BeOcntaining fouANIOI

' utFr na ndo ..-M .y 27. SC1IA '; "'*1, ....,r"," ,,,, tt o, o e + TA PU JAA m O a. to """.7 n j o aie by N ostradamu---,-. oa open *'.n.rIsn H.-.0Bunt A NnAnJ e yo dit MBo
.'lUXT I N ANTD FR M e Unt erslt Vlenlu.u nrtie ,i ti1RNt. I nt. tor everyholy. o could brn or eond front in the Rea Pol rty B Marktin OFEtR s ARE INVITED y f r 11 eIeohlod -May 3. Cao t Iwn Tu
StIAN ofoAs'a I tFR oromonresOW rl bA|y u .troom. te- tethL mtrln to. ollh t4 Pr r t- ll wili O-p-a tweesntIsiek adon t RoaO1, Pe, Valley, THOMA yoOU Uide AL. IN IG ET
, Horrit Irilla ri irrolumbesea-wsellefIrnitire itoith DI

c ntt reuire errnce i BakeNylMarhineySquare.N Rgiprpi .t dis hs oi dii t.t n a, e Vly vre HEPUBL Inoting wrrt noi
SU I S A TI toY orot SA'st r MAnagetrSI at WHOLERI ALE AND RETAIL Gold avent g t 00 properaes on our list .b- equ i toot, Box P-e2. .Guardiean."- t lon of my husband. Joe Jam, hvi i VIM"i d
--May 29Ar t ,u i lv rCe ontii Aplyrlen.e t home Wr o.c. IS lP ntht. K STOF+RT SterliF Silver Chains at Dickr.on Ram- cause We sell them, but we have.xclusive May23 s'epdarated o Fi ts Februhary 1Iwantto
H x c'.-n, Co u GuardIan ." b~au Fe:trauriui t'Piui'Nu: inI, r'lr'rtmLd ~ h A prser d Jewellery Establishment. 14 Park right to Sllh the following: (Ii 22 Victoris 11 ACRe,. COCOA, COFFEE. wlth 1ep944 e from him- lanai F__bru__ry 18
U*y Lt RWATN DIM twit hsomAAoCt til Se et 2 YOUR I 6 bedroOm, emty The t water s pri ng. Robert Village. T'bP e and, CARME JAM2 1 ,

^ ^^^^ ^ S S.^ 130 ^ Charlotte atroot.RJm. 011"It INVArMD ZOfgils in^^ passed. awayr^nn^ bring i-Nitp *M rele I It :0 Clean
pracicw offie eperinceto Dubl so Resaurnt 1 comopoita Trnida. Ce. iOR ETTE 01 8- lockaGod loalTood-n.".Norlre0. onjlhur twoOear ha
ROT WILA CLL)WRIubi' O&T.,V. oP 03Roers tret-A yu e0gun64hoseonMontCoa oa.tuarermie ohtsItsemsIl*.eseray crrct

A',:, .rrl tru "ls ner alce t r.b. Lts IN WO NETS L e by rneSt hel Prseefa.Ive. ban=In b Pordit -of-spaln. Two-th rdsl mrt.P w. N r n oe c thmf. J LAT CL SS
,Jan IheA Ar COKAIS Pr nnLnec Apl;MdnSisra nged. Cone.,t me. (.2) o refused. Apnplyx Jb Dmbrens. UnOtId May 26. 3 rlne. Town. ,
At l.1,tPhn 150. 41 St. Joeeph Rod.- Pto treet, rent 33, near Savnnh Grocers, Lt,-May 2. e t S E
a ssr g enirallytntnt Ato EII T ltn l -rr M r 1nk1- CHIROPRACTIC 17 PUBtat TWOherebyIFULLYo. tPh27.y-FaUherFOR EAr
it.,r") ore. .'rtI NEI Ai~lly. e w tl IinrtiiLttHtlf tflAr YS ,k-T M OH i71'.RR.TVA o ( 31 30 Dundonalld Street. not so hlot, bu FREEHOLD PARCEL OF LAND tom- wire Violet Ramnath, Is again under my NEW BUNGALOW, 32 Rosatlno Street.,
acspendi- n port-" 11 A A *, i 3 S S trenget Za few l $iarS will give yo a pa ig 10 ao r n erst .exsmiles Varomtn St. a s s 2or a deb W1odbrook. At mdr convnieces
count itn g prtm Fatty. tt CJharlotte FI.:ttltEI A, mit:'rli -r. f.,rt trrly New your fuel prohiema I miellvor CharcIi, Splendid property. 4)ill 6Edward Street, Railway S2tation, with small buildin- or debt which sh may contract. Apply 73 Ana Street.-June 4
of-ic Miny iu Yorski I rpeim-hr, r.e ,t, e t. Ptrrroan. Coke. Loi-col md ero-eSne rent $3s, a goled buy. 1 195 West- the reon. BoundLn with Maracay River. RAMNAT LOVLY SAM IL Y RSIDENCE
A. ,1 ni ]MMi:IrIATI-t Exti ,ernst nce d M It.ry'd l iei 'Ltnce ti i nn Mhermwre I n 4 gallo nsrtie. igrRht at youR d3. nnMan u Road. a houses, lre a hod. on th Id ol i ete f t bui lld No reasonable A LuckTow SIret, at No. 3 De Verteui S teet, 6 bedroom,
L+' Airily. N o Itt Victoria A-etre. +- Anrcirt-Weet Irulc|iii 'hr,i'rrtrr A ,e'ctIt~hrun 'Phone 11150 41 Mt loeet~h Road -May r' ee. Rent $200 per month. l0t 1 Jackson Offer refused. Apply Knox. 'Phone 6226. --May 21I. St. James. etc.. with all modern conveniences. Im-
Ap b tlette cd Jurnt i .- sae iOR ERVL ailr Dreesl nu a nd Hll. rent $40. for rent invetm.e r it) c ,MSly 2 THE PUBLIC I s hereby notified th4t no edate Posses on. Dil 421 -419. Bu -'
onA.ndwIt"f A COOK Arly..: No A. 50 ril iRtiIl.ln+ iiYI -t IA I .nety a, Aberm v treet (u Jakon Plae rent 33. for re nvet- RE OD ANDS iate at St. do not mod yelf repon bl for any nett--June 7.
AOnc aI o 0c r-t. rt. Lacopies (nonwr -May u elosDtharem Anll Toemintncat e r Q J.d- rldeits ontforteetesicete.ten pilvIPc7AInt hair.Vpdress--

: V ANIl A r.l' ri ut(. MAR'S ESAT. is r 'Jm.-. to vli. IIR ,, pur(t' n.iaeiwvr ri^^ veloc. etetp oln lnt with Agard. Lane, empy rnew l V~casnt Road. Die ~o r M artin on3an0n de o r debts cot acted ly Pot-oy w Ife, 140 CIPRIN BD I LE VARD. Pho e-tvotj kj
ofirdri,:tnd paoor is poo.rtre ulo17Bild'atndneReraircfpirdotltComLotsoLayd,04 R.oo m O e Are with. threeMobedronmP iringey. IAde QUEEMatthew. H OTL Sml SI 1 i1i$ ~ o

t;. ,1 ti tore, ta,-h-e ener eec t,50onut i1 A. tat tl e tlhlrr, Heuhit trrt.nt nt, f l t n o esessd th. eot s lc d, clo o n A r e w h t d u d n A cle a tthew Hon, Dial 4218-41 fr. Burnett.-
,' t ree r tt f II a e.r elll t h can orr rrlrr C I treO, tcrrk ttcr lrt 'l1 W rF'T RIC WEp'.D or make dama g le bou. 3 m allels Port. W f-a nter mpt y.o, t, iyereon. Poslss sion. Price A1,000,t-May MICHAEL MA' 'D ntTHEWci J 7I
., lr It roI',;ld nltfr per tdy, five or S ix Meitrher t Art' W s t 'rrri,- t .tr le ]1 nprfe of alt mukee of machryern Auto 1, Eastern Main Road, S bedrooms. ernpt3. 25, ol*e Lone. O T E B..uty. lOUSE Cn sed
A1 I,,"r, my 23 and Ovals Maker. IICarl>1.FMt ie 3t I ----- all ii on. trot t r atara pole(01 IeN DnuR witAT, lor PERSONMay 28. 601Mtomety p. It ed oV i
.1,, rs t'Ier Accrrt nrr+,datlonu provrlded. Aei~c~hir('u l cci, o tv~lgl r,-rr. 1 1m,t WeIVlting Muchin+ Jhn0n Er. Ii london oll 12Seo.-J n dSrt, arana 'eS- ON D IR ET E, asde he -My2.Bi ntVley Road d eylRon and reet.y p aitert situa edrNo
r' T rttntldd Ipreae, Esrt., I Abet- ogtree .P ne 141 -utte 9 ei Ju. 2stae., soeautisfui and he.ithfui Ore lot, ,..I v S B ra O nr
ALNURtE.p13X MCIO TH RADANT'" Coee roasted by do' RUSoWORT. STREET. aan nen 'hnan- .000 eq ft. ChepeidtVA T Road. Apply O Mini- SITUATIONS VACANT ESe1nMalee-e. y
N i'. :tt'I ]In rl.'1.bIiti WAN'rF, I iet ir~rr/l-rlI~, he itsdtant E~elletn' Iteat Proceess do App~ly: Mr. Ashrspb, Gransaul Street. bibs." Knightsbridge Road. Mon Deeir.- 2C MEET CBNT M ER. 4 LRD TET mt. Rn A
EX PEIN C ApAy t MAues R -tgreel.--MIH A BlA.X, c- lt1111recTvended. f'Phal 3 r .rnurd daits Mari nhorP --Mny 26 June L AApply F. B. Ba combe. 36 No. 39 PnA Chargain ulotte. LHuil rllmay Th1db.
lyl'.'B P.18.... ,AI.-4 PMv of 1m --- Or Pmdit Fvr.r (offR to ad.r ONE GALVANIED HpOUSE. Plparo PARCEL OFB LAND 4t Acres treet, City--May 25y N LG, COOLdhrlte --Msn, A-A .
MOTOABLO NURE .etn (le the hai .-Se ntr Jnco" t L d rn T ow.4 ln .orls at L'A Noi. R2oc0- ay oI 0
TROUBE~i CRNS. IN URWING-1000 tims, cofee, RverGALssWhe'hvinglefty hoeOBlu*AM-

alur n ct aa, L T Lt re"d, *r' Town. YORmoreD o 'e, d 1"H Ue NIlrS Tot E. POlIe hATDiACTIVE at 3 Ainr r. N iedo Stree3t Inspe1ect9
NIS a yAL ,i V trOle r n,tce orr e nlNte.E O Bn p rineA fre t o.ll- Plrie 9 St. Vincnt Street. s mal pon o s1.5tea3 i ntersected by OlO WLN E D
SERVANT AK N TEDL CO, to ;IPP Rinhmond .jCR, v+- o .met s+. aiy. -6 ffieSreets.,Sn V'e Pnr. ofe. 'Phoe 7t. -- a elno-iysSC A T Re EH NC l. E t oref hn Poe70,o ala

,li N'FAr tIim r t A*own NTIt rirulr e M o IArl. l I H..ey ni AVt.r tAPAt M3. ,,, h ite trie PV118" E 3TnE t 8Mai n RoACd. Timber ES AN d rubber tre C m CiaR M NIl. it y orl th, Phn 7609 a Pricl Tat
I t "cr'1 ir:io0turi <'teei Orniy sluiticuitrls miipr u ic r ..i tP R EtN I' E T T sul ledPie 84.000. Apply Kno, 'Phone 5226 GINEER, (A .M.!. MechE.,. thirty yreara 4 Murray Street.- -May 21.
st ree t ricki ta u nFuD ICK .... I S. R. -- I er o RO A R O 1marb WarAo reit t2 a ers u -May25 experint. T e BrLtain and Colonihes. ied avai t l-
citie torirtienoTyia t ri tisome elprt- s writ Apparat u sittirt lt inraedMORoEtwih fRIERa ATOssi ORst a s _________________al frsialMpe. Apy -lPROPERTIES FOR SALE Hihonret ant wistO YIN roecio ndtht l

itt ',~ cett r',rnd t+ ucrneoinc erlary. $]a it(itfo ('rtrNVi:ICUI 101,1 ,t, ,". i itr'NF+ t.I.I+:CTI IC AUTOMATIC Itecord prtrxltitely 109 hogs cocos, 3.600 Crates HOUSE WANTED AT TRINIDAD OR ABROAD, Chief Street. Up Belmont Valley Road. 62.99*5,i ogW
In, h. t;+rnd prrrespect trr e~trht re apprlE+ tter. NMt. Hinttuclr, -mr ,'t I'. lit A\e, 1t'c yr ICrrI~ar,r IMignetict In magunlfient gnaltc)frolt Supply of Sand and Gra~vel Il E C A G ttp tM ryl oe|e rM ngritCcs oou m slt oseln ~ui lmt I a ed
Ai,+ in A ,roy wn hand writlntl, P-13n. atnd (triir'rre ftrodi Mr, u3 rmirrlleu irr recrrrrda 411} Mar~ne Squat.. WliIeritnd rm 5aviptonett 1 E0XCmnhly G HeOUtl In aois nct y oarvl COEser Erstate. ove wet years ocx-Tonu modas, 2 poCtarlont. -May e 21. l0mus V I t gly h
a c, t 27. I VRetqu Teny r tays o t Irt2A rts re Teene 4S6u M--uay 21 yr further apply to -. F. -PP an- 2 p n
In (%n had rtn t o -20 / 11' `0OI NT M 1 1R PI N P oe45 J n icnt Sre, 'h n 81 e h ovnta ae r,612. eMrt.iCint an. Ap Ju: ntit deb20 or debt s cI n trm~x ed cutivtio .e r ain gfGOR ONiOR ES" EST TE. Fi-in

i'~ WANTP:lI 12 Aifredo S~treet, 1 t,1 ttmoel,. cmcieulr ,'+ttld,.'.t ,ri Irr ('"tl Nt Pl'ltA'tt 'TltiPIC, it Tubes: Ot1. ItugKItrs A Cu.. Ltd.. Poto-pin.- and Rouaidrtdlgnl a specdaltty. First Pond, 5l miles from Sanpre Grands and
i:+ ,orr.r un, ntruh, and meals. May ,27. TYtr r'wt) ilf ltr iof N I SH6 tRTS A 14 trMAeM One (. E. 7 tm1urebes- June ii. et t s tat Ap l -o p nnh .s rien R na a. S --
rn^rmt, ln,, crl^d-pCO N N itn tor^^ ^ everybody. You cold brut out OFFERT^n- pV S oc' /u^ y ARE INVITED Ice 11' "B 1nruilT nuing!; -May 2At Y^ to
SA FERA N DOI RMat ChlFVRI ,'.Isee n uANd y'.i'n htl three t the atet cr beet reeelving sets FREIOLD PROPER at yrlngbank caEsts AC ed lal iPLIC. AT C D PWppltE by Bot20. t--50 minu es'd ; by c r t na- 1 nlna
'ihreqi re NS WA TED Lmdrth altomys urthNA LS ir.uI.rh n Ian t, d to helwnm Ia to dully war n lw s AlsO other Avntu, Cascuads c o od lopinty. Batg ainH'uadinRSadrantitoValley,.aTvearagH Acres30,00r0 Bearingf iedoe Va I o uuse.,**a
li*- *rOITBIX.S ".?n^emay I Street. -Jun o IC 0N ones feet. 12 Cents, POE am -n..o longer under. e care -nd p ro ee- s 12,000 T eaO n CocAO nT T re es
ilti IONSo W ANTEo D rS oert hanah. SId .A,.r,,I' iB, l:ets, fee Apens ve t a dl ti suw wnbit your requirevr- Cafran ui*-M aTO23sze 1. c OA T MAS MOTOR FOnS ALEl 3 h R
' BI .,yir t,ltAo QU. r rd UMDB E TAK3, W ---M $4 meatos ALETRAND R O w h n 'g. 6q00tn r Rsbe 4s tHPROPR fot LIST" 194 R d_ 0 SUPER AL Eestn Li ee 3 u meL T res, 30 ulS u" bm &
p ]l. -y if. ldVi l'tml, 26 f uller TrIc r 2n>. L", Ul MERCUiRY SEDAN, taes.---rult 2 l 8q"t1"1 P o 8U**t** PAR OU a(. _0 ,_ TUees, 100. acres in hIgh wood --Balata. *
tWlog roibotalolt p robS iL un Seft meeltce ui 'I'l i Ao rt irlohwith new Br Cause we s elltreet and d ehaee Roalu Phones 7S41 IiS 34 Charlotte it. e lyre. him'. c enbed and 1nucId_01e W a i nP aul-
x- SMAy31.2rqlrl enod e lattFln etO. I fIr lr.urther In> orm-J ltF .ADIC"UK' ad it Mns. *Phon as at t rig htt.oo mie ( tthe fololtowMig 1 22Vi Ctri't1 ACR p 11 BC A MnrFtwt R oanad. ed er l A...M. eo. otlwasm
tnt, o01t1 Ia AB good eduweltlon rsi cal l se Meilde 411. Mutv 21 "KlvtnAtor'; On.e Sall 'Keivinator,' NEWLtY-BULT BUNg ALOW. 4 bed- M selon.... ........................ 1-0 UBLIC g10 h25. S NoI ouses, 1talee and Ba RomS. c o .-. Pl3
, flitet P. eroanunt. 44.-May 2 VANT A .L S E1.rDAN wetit2t tyre. end In perfet condtion, new OIneo re pply .d .Tit M mt thnditlon. va frnd edntaem,. .wte a r t l, u b CAn RMEN tAM hES.thoLAreT EwT Gara e.l A

tud NS r1,nlh A(~ k,'K.M. M.,,, I TH.- PROLO NG THM llen t m rl lo pt Axco buy Amul. ; Ali MarirniteSe Equlo. sLt. Wooms. f h land I NG mnP -ay Ms Modern lreehold Bu(low, 4 COUPE lm-nn bod andrIton, Snat good accounto-ul m.. healt ow rs-u wd A ellat
.,t(ItAIC youzig man, threU y .ars' 115 cp 1o n l 77 2 Mty 17IIneIIIII' 2I l 'phol so/4Sa .Isv 24 Rioad, Immediate poes.esslon.-- ay 28 3-Storey, Saddle Road, facing tyre. Pulll
tNI, ru) eXp x n .e l, e times[ em-C I AM OPcS'ERAICI;r*cttPhotnr-tand EI5E('0"RIC ROTTLE COO aRS. Oie-- FIVE ACRES at ianta Cr'ua with tiream Golf Couras Empty ... $13.00 py rhah Peritec essary. S hl odeateppyce. F or SAiEtIhm a tr,
ApplyNdS 711gt Street s tanT, boeh enac bo ou Ln lh wife Apple Ur. is a under 'Ph NE W a ly N. S. Morton, R ichmnd a Street, ,,'our SUR d
pgryrri:vl, 'mt'niok Pplnit, 23 lars fqr alnie D hit' P,g nto,,, 2rt2 H ottle caaRcityv en tR e larsl CBm. Va.urnt Small Houe S. 12; Acres o main Lovely Ilungalow, O'Connor St., 1.5 on after 4 Pm. 264.-May 3T. Port-of-TOiaiT.--MTy 25.
ir( Itutlar~i wi etlFa dary.Its ihrvlo tte rli5K ngEi mnee'hr,,k1rtrc I fnu iv ew inurnfue4114probesI dlie r haco l. ,pendilSpro aserny M) 6 dain rod, street, 2aNlw Bna lows.ation with resmRad.buindinng oondeb tsw Ty cntsfar. omacot. pl-7 n Sre- 4 4

kr-, mtaokeI IIre fedrences, rehlirea I t Yt1l CIA.lo lII ,CIIt' l ctoke. OE a CK t+seterIO enl$AM Anria to g4 A db6 Henry Street. Id el b siniest o n .n- St. James. Empty $3,600. able offer refused Apply K. Le BolLYnlAr.Y ICYCLES FOR SALE
tr,, ,,i' ,lt-tle. Bo P-12J., Cr0 tLiruardrane I;1 tf t nla~ Ilti1 M'{em+.'trii rvu -' 'lea+',+ CGihls liriOt Sect Iexce. 32 l)muke Street..- ily, freehold property. d/o Box N-lt,: Large St. Cisir Property. "A real Antilles Oilfieldl.-.May 11. 0 OENT'8' CYCLES.- all ,-heap. IrtiulS
-.Mnt 21 Ittitt Memdc with I No t'r" .l' rv "I 2~ ro't +, Matv 26 'tivtrdlasn."'May$28 Reauty,"' Posessilon Cheap ~lu~ lnll 9 alt.+-u
-ExperiencedMs ri s atri tgitnI I-. to69 ;i Mem -ers In4P OPlL EDsline i nri perfectyo mUPrle tNo me.63Doharlotrte. romsy26.
elN en I rtI'D'lE RCA COMeNATION rAD 0O AND ARM 20 ACRES. 5 n o h Ie t fr inusis 2 igt UoSrILMAN T.OMA C L -' N o S- Vi" ori A ve- e.- A W n ot Id ie' s In cu r It i l 'P4R-,N 1 ir 't 'P hnt n0"Rp m ha o rA P|IoNK. retlt-Iree r l'trei r O tter s: A. ln.a Camon R ond. S.nta Crux. Ri ver I IU II I A N 'hoMe ondltion. VtIy IOtd t A ppl a i alloe n ee W ,y t n
theros-yJ three. Coltait Cow. ft ro atie t- FREEHOLD LANiDS situatle at io I. no 24fi el RADIO ANf RreponERATORN with T^n7.Iu u Ll
ALtV-, 'IsA street. ril. C~ai r -11 28 excels the mr a oll The ti- S ,Pe r O e ffieol ntserviceInhatment, ill)7 yards from Ala L with Apiary Abundant 'Phones S1----4747D Office 3r Chaontaie. Idcenblng Offeb la o trtmandn or 244.-- RCAA. RADCRIO.ITuB O sCEA RDi. Py-.
V E'fi' hA 8a .lesman, " A t"I't "', NC II rt.rlly l '1. T TONE POpTAItI. RADIO, oranges. Zabocni, manges. other fruits. 23 Victoria Avenre. Vacant. May 26..AO
GitrantThoSa.mMry tic dontp t utu Itt
LR SP IE S1 .trt, Iat tr tc r lt I'm. h eLo Lat A C D' onltrrv t h tein I RCA I- oipi nndgd opporttzlty for poultry far Bedrooms, etc. $22,000 imt Ton Dal 421821.nurnett.-4
tvlf R es r..lnlt N (T'Z.i e t1r'r On I -,,l i t rer a,io. Call t I rr oy rel.-- Hrt 27 t Vinet tret 'Phone I L 15 Jus It to move in. 40 Aredo ONE 193? DODGE -H-M7y. Lienc NORE R fRIO URATOR. $2M.00. i en wI hinr I
I+ .1 lit I itA'rI]y/;iIIES: sel Un~ i oldr r n ~o ci aty e I itod l i,,+ at nItir,. 'nh ~ arv t IMn; 24 --May 23. B Quick $7.200 iraid. C onuiitlon perfect. 2 ty'res good. 2l Louis Glim n Thomas. 29 C hua rotle.- M ay thin rub the dr 1
Apt.. l It ueatl) redced prices. Ampi, ed SMay 23 FIREEHNO 'PROPERTY. Saddle Ro D e t Ptettleet House inn long ----- JONE Pri c 5 0I j vAN 0.ANo 44 Chc utaltd t 36
i; ',l'h ure,'ln 1, tobelsde I-h I0 1u A FOR IS 1 t ame s- a d INI- FRELLON E SA SESln thAt t1r x Jta-.-dirt 31 !

Apl l ~ t iniI Lm *'~A*" 0 lt'- ""1 ot" ~B h> New, { Itnga n ro n oveMro 8,:0iq land wtttth ue RB.Boad~.u" imedat procseee- r~~DTitrl u niuANO, --O-N R i *SM'AD & r
', ,i, Azt it b+.huet 2mieswPort-ol f-ln S painedompty ns hm...... MICH0Moo~ AN E L oMATTHEWte$35.Brg~n ~

kuruhu tue 2-M ~ -T MORN IS IT H .14 (trut t n1hone 652tirT MARIN i nriO SL k ew, tanding on" over 5,0 sq land ith .uun Roan. Posses.o nP r se a- l ET PIANO, JOHNC BRNU KA A SONS.
1 i.11 , tOI thre every vpueek fr.m.ont. F M Are Mt!I NE t\ T UTBOARt ret Nept ne Engln n wn g gof in ks; 3, bedrooms livn el n .t db w.L do eauty.N OIX IN. WBargai d ua n ou-n 0 *
Service, 3 l rd ptrr s kyei. with nng shalt antI ol-. 22 e lung, firon t d back rc ervan e New. Bat y, Winne Steet .100 TR WN TEDAot
p""nIdMicera t ARv' INx GOODl ECHANliCALO CON. Gif M t mike ofsid n Showroom. 29d Charlot teB.ratari *- M*1 A *vCasad The -- M a 28. Bon t Val Roa* w ttr a r pi
--.- it ru It"esI*trtul X Ph n 527.I-MaAy 2 -. i rI-ISurIee by e 1nrati Taltt+ nnBt utility room.w-tla. an t dr ig st a. be at if Rl n t heatby O May
T ,', ,t eJter bury cickR frtn Stats ONE ii tI t)i Inoes p(Apy in .n. m ih nhP. tnr sale 33 () vilet alcov garae, w atau.r and lgt hts. or B troadn r 1.200 D[ ION without INrE. AEr Mod0 ACHINT..Empty Rs
I ,1 I aTiuTri n leAn pret.D foc, fIrUt guoes ortltln_ A.p plern ,t rN 3retui 'mone 0lag i at a barg Apply 31 po o 13,000. addl Rod. dern Apy lcenn Office. San Frnndo DU ICATIN 2.I
slo i pl 7Qen,,tet MjBedd rshvaon fl, rn r nx MacuIa manoThomas-- ay Gla hms, ie' T eI

,O GAVN iZE New' IampPl Rodse and tt T Bi .LA-MtayO2, ny y4-May 2.A gsalow $12,500 244.-May ONE 31-K NoLO WAmslor- Meay 25.ON
t R t- M; t t fliiit kh.e Pure*rCofftee .O'Pt I. Al nINE OPPORTUNITY for a..i man ,t ,.- Ra02 -MMECN 10t Aiy course ,ehent'Phne76 09,t. mp let.I
I>u' tuud Fre>tle rh. Streets, Phone ONE B UICK IO I)RT I" 1 un perfect ""-- woman with money. Nine feres land next 1 Vacant )touse O 'Cooor st s13,0o MARINE EQ IM N FOR S W tnho e n g Set, P Orr&lpMelW
+l-k*11-FACTURER AGVNT9 roqu)''Ex- L mc an OI m N ,, I J, )to the road rear the beach and close t o Empty home and ap rbr t a re. YACHT 'OR SA IE. Applyt Port-of- with 40 H.P. Diesel ettgine, rheostat volt
yIn, , 5-A nta mode lt-al rfounr iit mu I I, N I;rio.. ., nI "PApply "Trinidad, Otiardpice $4,"-June'P onlb22

L:-t UN i WEE.K OtE. SAIl or nearest lfer, Ring ituue a Plarn I rNT LI the ryer aWt ardibla. ]resh water every island Petit Valley. tileo Mar. Spain Acqueati Club.i-May ndnippers-meter andtransformern grop.
'lilt rk a that lve andgro, from Dlar 2to It. Sen at Ortn ,1 Estate. ______ dayD Properly planted w Ith ctenut Vd tin Near Gantien City Firm $3,000 811 PL-ATE. Beauty. LuIs OIlma
I' ri, c'.c aagdle Road. a(avnl--M T.n"tglUniad 20 -- --all kin if fruit tres, b2tlPtiOE Tpot tot lis&t your property with LO.T, forAL NTIEST ho
rrt'LLTICty-THORt)UGHBR~i) RetcIngi~ 1040 P D FufIt E+AN 'r~tr line lrnne Btriie IROOM AND BOARD seesid, rleort houses. Prie' $,500. qtulck sale. PESOA NTIE Tho as-Ma 2.ON ]IE 12 ,. n
I uui. W iie n Brng s .a, $IM F'tao O Rror I, -,r,-' I innElATr. Coxitact The Superman. H. A. Clarke, NO SAf.E---NO COMMISSION THE PUBLIC e bDAeby notiAB Od that e f Otr MAL.U O Ne lont le 1Ro.dP.Sn2.9A
I. ,o0 Apply Ino wn :L~lharn;Wylndnwritirng., P-135. l n, h od l n M- 2 ,1tir. iletl lor .;60 Mari ne Square._call. beN o btained fr om travl pitone stante.. ...dor ofdfe eEstate_. pIgnootd okigcreitAp
...i hedl S, d Common Bre7d E$1gl. May 24. LA i t CI4. l-t- A be.t-ree NP o It rySteet,00m G d . ALLAHAR-HOU sE& E iTATE y dept contracted by my wife VUis l OxGrowers. To9bago.- SMay 25.
111:1,hjokS yadtt. end Vmilel nrn Atetnis Ii (,, Itr git tel Atliuly 49n.-M4L vttiay24 Fret Pm o r Jun te atclt pI t e.F Poe614. Mr. Chn a- dJu o 2. peinot bn olgd mys lftepni bletion. D ainyn G R O O B S SA E ihn

'iX Mstt. 23 St Alugrtsne,-- 1938. DO I FIVe ui:ATTR OPICAN, i Tuy 26. Til UNDE .SI .NED, desirous of Ay-AL
luic II T OS-E 70Oxford~ areetnlet c11 ti', nr AhraW in' rcIcr tt) Itt"" IA` 1.) IHuINIggHED ROOM. Ing the Colony. ,fer for See blil Real- 3d St. Vincent Street--'Phnea 6514, protection. JACOPE WLLIAMS. Gr ADYtPD ALPe NEsfr --MoShera two-year-
tipr mothtOtl N L r l .- .censed and ltn.reIri ,It tvr)0 2 lien-Po nell 0tr7-lo utte IdoeJledIn lcuts*rcredentials. Awplyoam 12-T0Vli 2.o lln e ll;driv e rbJcr to Manz nim
lint;:,r ,c. i +MaY I?(O.RE + ta t~l 100 inttn M'inhuroc rn Mn't,iuitlttv FIJItNil.ItI) BItt, ,SITTING ROOM docn J an d Land at~l Calvae lrnyh oIII. Sa n J os ufand with..H.u.e. 1,0 H MayLI 23 hTho Vti ll tat old, pmlkid welnl: o+ da u nghtri, gErmowntip:
RItr.I .: i ~re: A'0ta' e, le- o Stee Lait Mt1,9 a Htenry Street St my JerJlr1+turitam Avertune Aply~i. Boa P- Juan. th e hiet .oule which nuanishes onel of~ Shante Juoprty .l .tet 5400 a HE PUBLI isd the reb o y not~s l in d~~bt s p nId,- con diin Youg. 'g ot O ontle '
Ctaultuy. I Iret Aeue,-la'Ph0nn "u rarrlJathef t e in h sa .Ivr.:CatlPo ty FstS e,"a2 tyofmy uNEsban CAreNe-Ma 2. w0u000'-too ito
ii N+t :t_ t(i,'ORrAtI. FUItNISd t ED ROOM and h Oalt DRy, and oRly h al a mile from th5 Juan C PY n iont ..... 33,900 Rber J1ffe0, and Iam respond ble for ao n s .A wah the rese
1, h" Alt. C|IICKSL Thar~uigh e a'nth-i' -- "- ,h tnrd. Iii Petra Street.-May 25 San Juan Railway Sttbo0 The houee ha 2I h~ouses at Concord (with PoIn- any debt or debts contracted bly hiln. Ewes, Apply LIce.jlng OffUce, BnN Ten-
lh, rr', ii Iteavy treedi frctta U .'. tetold W NTE Iretecably. Apply. Mrs. q4ulta Anduew.. recently been th~oroughlly repaired and s~ession) eicb .$230AE A nad or 4-M y 5.-nd tu 70 p i
ioIvrr't,:.m hru e lea Al gie ft.< fru UI. 151o Confes Street, San Fernando, 'Phone p aintdTh Propetyn comprissd of Acres 3 httlnotc t.r-tult -+May 23 0 .ShOARDonNO
c o n dttiA N D NaId e al in c att k ry l g ra e d m ngie w are o c o o utsoa ndhot h r AEs ind e a c h Jc d. 3 1,g o0 0 m yl o waife J e p l hra b yn I a tain u n d er- AR NE C O OL R NOO M wr a sIgh t b a r .
'i ,rc xeWTEDi Pill Fr itih e aso WANTED TO BUY able.N En Irateoflandcontaining hn droe dso ffull bear- R".oad, Sanh Juan, with pus-Tie PJrLCCal 0 Is heryby notfi d r thay23 l. wit LuHs L
I.,.r.ty. MOTORS FORrGAaEree. MaOgR Lime Tr . ] 3 reFull nuAIne dne
rTY I rT I'orl .lauglin 5701 or 421,. USED BOU)KS 51 gtaAn;AA INt': wattled Apiry. I Murray Strea, 'Phonene 7609.- Irur utrI ess. On tthe Sr 0ias U ee" a THu. C el Property o n h t $ m car d RLU I1 a mF ons D.iefor t y ret Roade--June corner And.the em-
ottr 2; louttpi. tilty nouse' with 19 fred runsn(Possession) . ... 6-500 debtMorBdebt which abeema contract. Wtt50II Street
earlner Keats aol lPrince Alrrret SIreeme, EtI~tNIMRtEIt ROOMS. independent em- The~ sidadtuationpe forf thei ieproperty'lrs makeBtes it ll.a lelfr&l -May 13 -AIJ AHN.. Ph01M 40$.--May 25,J Shn lust.
Several others f COMSAleSMENYIA LERO.Bt~o reerd U~-'
LIVESTOCK FOR SALE den tetnandr -Mav 26 icrmnce, bachelor. 22t Petra lStreet.-May van y ide lplac o an stu k ar. BIl et wesla a CAL C RT' OPN THE PUBLIC I. hereby notI ed that I ......... 3yildtl
lslc P itae? M I ftM CE23 BAR-AB iRI. % Itln"i'4 AI'ply: 16. Calvary 118and Bushe Street there SM Ite Vlncent lStrset--'Phone St11 lam Under the care and prof-t. WANT ED TO RiNT
26A +'., UIc lltVll+-M |, c/u in++uirludn '-Miy 2.1 ACCOMMODATION AVAILAB- loE sight aciss of land divided los n e-acr TMSWNEi rreu iar utt' aig(et Ms Mda.1 eebok o ulig Roly Duoe.oe 'reod rpry tS. uutie niinofm ubadGormMyea ono iij RY FI'WR AtSgtonysv
AN IC t OTOF AS ITs Ale Tninldid th I CoUlanmitio .wtri d d. Strret.-May ID. NG aivary Hill, San JuRoa -JUdna aig Acui l adung d Lights, water Tela- do I bold myself rsp 1O rosi I WIFED require Unfurnlbhe ll, Houe ur w iat 'a o your cloth'1
tictultitg Clii to Lar35 Guineaj Bir. If. All eIlghuot prices pst1 Write to n lu n"n PAIRKWA GJUEST O1 o"00!.ad 114m9t No 01 EDWARD STREEr and 3 nhone choie fruit trees 200 yards or debts eontractPO by him, to tent wtthln one mite St. James. Bourt
tirlr itr griod condltilon. Rowley Duimortist StE lin wtylrl 11nt. non aPrk II nt nbIm arinialuaJefor ai1 easnabl o MAItiiwa StNti.. adacen ,men/aOKATTrMYERSdNoP-1a, ddTriida--munisinN"
ro1. ry ItApll. hn Juan,--u. asafterop.m.nJR
cILAI.FRED ALSIATIAN, 10 months. MILlK B OT'yLE.MS nip at e Aitrv 0. H. Den l street, 'Phone 459.--Jun e 14 Apply: 4Mm Aherc O.mby Street, 'VPsit Coll(|)e .hol0 Property, Edward Stres..T.E1PU00IFRDioher.ntod that M,=. .........
Su auAnnu-MaySmItrho T.rrreeilda lndte lChpEye Ine 1M4 PICTON TREE'Md, 'Pnone 6h01.-- 7a.--June(3)FreeholdePropertyiEdwardStreeoneTHEcPUBLICsherebyhedwtlatsellat SUN
14 watch. 1'hotloty.Stor Arnm*.-$-May 23. May 25, TWO Ht. JS.8 and LAND at 029 Marryrot ss.6eo. am no longer under the care and 10Sn WANTED TO ADOPT
lrIIORO~rI~ti41RED 3Il.AO$t.F HOUNDS. 58000 REWARD II 5t'yrnnve Stmall BOARDING AND LODGING. ins) Ed- street. San Fernando, Apply on3 (5) Freehold. Ch4arlotte Street near Savan- teetlon of my husband. Cyril Qu la WANTgD TO A.DOPT by respec.talge
l P lour or Stre In T, rn o to d tt t on l w- a rd Street.,-une 9 i-June ( abO .12,00. having left his home since the 19.h d.y 1mode ra tep c f orespetalrtble Parentgle.
Nun1111 2 e1 rr are s Garl 2 Psale '. D rteet .-iArl 13 ISE O i m AL REROmuaPrOPE, Saddle Road .... of JanvuaryH 1944, nor do I hold myself. preferable. Age: baby Rhp to nela yeart
,.".." 25AbottletvOoals~ o one M wthro Vat-an-tSma~-Rll Houe 1PrO.responsible for any debts contracted by oid. Nox Pu13S. C'Guardan.".'-JounS 4.
tuNE I{uIIS.4 stud condtlion. Apply 11i.| BOOnKS anti MAAieAyoINs.l nuig waler aidi hard toe respeuetbte session given. Cithurst. 'Ph one BI0O. wESr INDIAN AGENCY r im,
Plauly Mohammed, Pateram Trece, iPena ItoMtahlr. Iseed Selanuna iruilht Anraie trecheli. L or marrltd couple, 9 Queen's --May 25. Real SetstsroitO.. r.--Erna r P Souse R 4OSANNA QU.AIINA. IUsINEI 4aiNNOUNCEMENT
--May 31. Brtantaii. Ie Prolerrok Stlreet -nn.,E 20. 1'ark East. 'Phone S0I.-.May 26. Ft.REEtHOLD INVESTM$NT 1t B0 1 S halotte tTeCet--UPhPns 110 May 27 Mansnilia Road. COMPLET1 AISORTM T COPE- '
ltm JIt.. AND ('AU, gtood ev.'ndhlton, ii. ______ ________ CtMIi'tiITAHItl." IAROE DOUBLEi Street. Port-ut-Stpaln. Monthly rental $140- Realdence, No. 2 BroWn Street, THIE PUBLIC le hereby notified that j LANrDS SII.RTS at Romeo's torpl
reneed. No reasnl, tufter rafus- R(OOM. Earellent meata, 101 AbercrOmby. ReJuonabile offer. Lnua, 'Phona d. 20.-' Sap Fernando, on rented land, ant no longer responsible for my wife, EoSadnPri nce" Aifret. Streets, lan
Apply: Abdum l Rnrlem A orolu Villa., ; RWANTED TO RENT T~elphintl 50098--+May 24 ArOOt May25 will lease land for 4ll years. b nrleman Moh'amed, and I do not hold Fer esBIC -CLE S .FO-R SALE w i- l ast
Penal.-May 3t UNFURNISIKHL) hlttoUtE, witlbn the lARGE. NICE1.Y PIIRNISIIlIDF. 'O SPLENDID I+NVESTMENTJl. W~rittes option of renewal. wlth all son1- maselft reeponalbie for any debt or debts
% ,OX Te RR.Ia ER PUPSd. 'Phoni 11 37. Ot 'Phone 77I 2 -I-May 24 ,mr Eucoeatt1, Americaa Meals ottiaesl.Eofers are Invited for Freehoid Premsee venineel .. $ 4 200 cuautracle d by her. I ApplylKlllH llllllrl .,I,0lri ,
'-May 211, $I, D S ANDy eEAII l rRENT |nCo 14xalmaltoo Street. WoadbrPpk+A-June 12. No. 46 Plmbroka Street, Ideal locality. Freehold Res.Idene, La See-S CHEFRIED MOI4AMED.
ALPINE. yANAAN lOAT, b oth v o1 orodlwtht e -n t-i- --l--- 10,710 sq ft. nnd. Suttbl for Sr5 MarSul (porselnnl ..1.. Che00ap' .atern Main Road..
vance'OtoeHuend tl e cit y AppI ; Mrs family. Written aolOEe received until June Two Freehold Propertiet near Pc. -May 27. Tnlnspune.
eWdlton milk. Apply AtllSton 582-JuneCIRs HOUSES FOR REN1T ____________- -A im wtT
RACTO UL DO hort RNIr Eo tij l Pers etr Ang L&C10 1944. Applyn JOetepo Young.C Oxf or d Cilly and in PrTnce Striet. - __Vr gas_-... ply____ -
R ChOCKER PANIL PUPS period. lSats Hi sie d ter S. A. OeeralRA, tote, Maraee. St. Js Apply Oer- B UIFLse ar eIn nt.........GR NOTICES
LIVoES8TOCK alsmn,11 A --erll. ar FonAdo MT 2 y rdfrmnus l 'hn"5084.M ffc 3 haltt.LiesngOfie Itk6& oOt24- ih or ut

'p1one llltIO .rP OW 16 i btId nSan Per2andor--May 24. seer on estate, or S Fitagerald Ly 26.hhns la h Tdbes a rea p. .UNui.
_rr1ently. line HoisleRn (DIrw. 7 months 8 -U D half meill, n equati e feest h er eGil- ntThomas'-wforayatlbn concerning'Evertd Readine Or
ce alf. (toe JlrSetein Heifer, alan One Mmle., EighthsAveBox Pot.-," N OR 10|
I e- -RPrlcOEa19moderat. 'hone FURr&Do lng44

POUTRY &r SUPPLI ES MORRIS.N SAtiLOOtee. RC AN IS no.. ituratanC-Mayll 2 7 ll d ote 8d SI e I mIre. -ONJusANComoveIn.400lLredo2an
Apl Hngni, tya ~re, lwll ill~ ~i J ~.,AU DRNI lED trtb HOUSF helo ut *lyIiIlw and S2 .IesllMMe-- hirs BOxES DA-12- 'O arIan "-Ma Si ues
p*nroy and 4"niEon SStreets, Curepe. _t _._._.__ nt ro t..2ti W tddleo tod aPERONA HunOTI Sitle-
I ____.__t_-AY_23,...Man.a _an-aaoHill. "t" A""-tuet."=utoSLE " PERSONe"""hurchO L
I I It Io,4'I OLTcreili e tCOAi IERe('rmontbsItgeae, lsneleri L NO T oa. iCmeSiatetrcet S t. James -Jn.

-tJuly..p.y..sAINA Ne w t c a ndwithove..HE UBUC-ISIANOaJOhereby not.edtha NT [TAN NT N& ONNI
Ap lludti .1.LOIuiI May nwe few months tint ;m ebedos v tainNbt Ihusband Renwiek Simmon.e nor do I E NTERTAINMENDLDANCES
Nfl 2-May CIK v o ISr Aic, RESs (glree du1n4 t: SMALL MOUgs E at 50 Duke Strst, with facta). Owner e an ckal ler v l at myself rAGsponaCAe for any debts contract. MrAYTIME IN JUoE. et the Prnese i
IlaOe Conch. One I-Foot Stepieder. AI ti modern coeeluiea will E n or t ede c b hB i, a i d ss l
E UC TION'Phone a 3t, ui *Ila, late.rIA or n.. re.t--Mny mt Mette. Witt h'ihudrdiavn" Box Me P-tIH ALMA SIMMONS. at the BOys' Schotl, Woodyres.L od June
EDUCAT,-,,IONAL 23 WALLONS itlteutatU itsre i n F low tu old.foroikStreet0 alcov e.gaoagten.t to Ieraet hesi g as d -May25 a Lvgentille Road, I. Doors opAp fo Fair c a 46; Sup-
Ol 11. Apply. Boa P-iIf "uardta't."-- le.Y FiURNISHED WO -'rtOREt aF n n --June 5. TiE PUBLIC I hereby notified that |per 7 o'ock, andngfoM ACmHIns S On Ol-
TUITION TWO NEW Vand RESI dENCE.Cleane.-Appiytock..IP pp3y31M-Y pEE adL $ a 3e0om.havenoltrsen d .Mor hear from my hsnd. -OMltay2.Rm Bnd is tet fn and.
INTERESTEa D iN t o a Rp NNlis TO Celet.ndf t'tpelandc Perk Street. tort. o MODE RN RUNGALOW, en t'4l quarter, bes1t3) gnv1.G 10 Alfred Abraham. for the pas.rty thm12y.500 iNEt1-tIOaAT Bandaks nisht.
-v Gt iCo with r at a Tn.--Aly 26 G .Sreen retret. Aim'. Apply: Mr. M, ,.-N,.I..F NEOPPORTClUb; ETY r e ad2i ttetion .to re ,'arryMt R IdEn I ite 24 lu 61.50 GLM ETAo le
l MayV 2 eme, In .- 1 an1 .o SHIRT |'oi 'O+NS .by dos en, t r oltih Avenue. Aroa d uine table co n pdefinbteo El mome a nfter" ti apubl itatU b oDi
* e1 459. W321SOut Q ay-June eiesAeofer,.-igyBurkor es.e seeking eotacS a midst resist. ADA AelRAHAM. end bring your ftiend. AR. rm iavitrsodgav
i]kORTImAND, Bolk-ksvel. T&pwirt- omOD or great grouse Iornet,',. corP eG Wrde.C-yURNI aED Prm $i5, with 0tand0- en Ita acne land with *-0-0 -May 26 Quarry Street. to hive a big tIme-M0n 53 T
. .. ..log. Eogillih. Aflttinetic, .. Miss__VLrginal .,Keats and =Pnl'tui Aterid Streets, San Per- mll modern. s..onvenlenceei a 55A,. u ,, ......-..11 ..-IIIp.. eta muPtt. Telephlone 651,. W 'lIt TILE PUBLIC Is hereby notified that I _- PATRONS., -hl Hrhelri4' Dane, s. del I IRA SO Ti,.SP
a. iTaysc. osTH aeoR .-U aeasHBR"I- I'"' To- '"tsu't-May 26 allVineofs(rt S treet- bea utiful spot16 tesonsbott Pey EbtO AL OaT9h Ib CEld ThthaMay.-May4.-Mi.

TAKE YOUR TRANot ci. ONE PIANO for Sel.. Atr.,eo Street, I LA PE.RUTA ESTATE .om" ..ra..o PROSPET.U debt ntra.t ed byIm w .ife. Kok..r27. 1AION
AKIEr tOn, TR oAINING At I&X ~t nee Street-.-May 3t0* dbt oanra |Mb Mlktt aydet f .yil b hld.
Commercial stool. Sota Femanao lExpet Phone 7227.-May 24 tattling froms May 1. Tridad Import & Street two et faartmelt uand Tpayashe havileft my house and CASTLE ROXAL 14 PIEC* aWsI M CEAMANSION W
lon. DAY SA001 &0 BvM- ON I IRONN BAFK 3 V i V nI I Exert o .. .Ltd. I AbThrnf nh E troot- pt ITt paI rttl> "a. la7 *e prottttou Itnw April M1. 1C E4.
~a~ae. -Jue ~ vnIMSPrlnr Stret May 2 1Mar25. Aerermby Sreet-.1v Protectiona dm23 April 21. 1144. featuring Irma Jarrwtte Trlw4 58 11and&MB1RON SFEyardxliPhone TiM.t Co.$Ltdyt1-
G..O-OuD .Pa s ,,My2M 1 A AND LAR -r.o-&* T S .NNT ALI ,LIsUID VENEER PyOutIFLOtlsR
GOOD NNW I It %at tek-a Plsan GENT'S RALEIGH BCCI.E. New NowImeldiate posseedo. i s .lo n _rMiB a. NlsyT lir
Josi Loessn$ at our studIo, owr T-re salAvon-b nivGeneraleElectric ie.-r,-M ay-7 Caroni Village. Rent g OIL 0a sorJe
Mouth (rorree-essken-bpim kOv land iert tnow. t40. eielos D Y RESORTS For particulars app, and THE PUBLIC Is hereby notified that I treiner. 3ba r. S. e. L VICE FURNEE R
Jobity.rS 40^ teb'b ,I-J amK~ y not~ a^. s rTsposibefo nndbt debsPOINTSOCA ADR SBRVICE FURNITURE SERVICE FL<>
th e sam e Lesson s. & cee ue a u ra onteo d o r Bed with atta lt es and tr oer, O re do lt nI C AR TER -'S BEACH MlOU SEl y M ey sie Pob ETy. 40 Paefl hl D well m not raPct nebly m hu Any debt or d eATs0 M AL LSA G UB 1* V
Fees Refunded. Write The Secretarys. traw Chains. new,. em math Deck Va cant. A i) H. Carter tcx t Public withPf Rrtour roont ,. l altl S a ba Hd U sEntral a 1 amby moy lOhug tndDer sd prnteM a S oUther L IntLr-Sehootl A ithliM eeti Ig
M alister MuMic school, 30 StpatMi l. Chal. Ra ne w. Apply: 196 astern Mait Wnorks Officer MayarisL.-.M y and w ai t' ou n oa Ml a0 ls$ a i rta fion. All Elemen-try Shool. in te M uk an -IC
ity.--June NHT C.Aoade-,-vlp.m y 1I T I AIIA I 0 op int A llater n Can s la t.. AOLy EMAAA tn Public are ei. d CREAM HARPICE
A AND NIGHTBeverly WH.IT LEGHORN BABY H KS and better ,than to uper --"MareGuestBsies , , ., th o d'fteAl"
lls. 2 imrt2 ak Avenue. Cascade. Matchingel e One LLar Carpet.G Oe Worting. om. PrXmdeet two = bull .ei l tripet t--may2PUB27 C r San m a m oe ing Film OCMRi Mi SHE *P.2 5
'hilne $98ccnttB~VII-ot,2 t~de rpudte.coti ou t n& ot"wo bill SO 1eM trelots THE PUBLIC is hereby tinat tat I FIratlo, on Whit U-0.Ifty ssSN -FUSHB1LLS41
'PLAn.u A -2s, Ae. .ed.y S.. Ca.u ed Ct.nt', John Hlan..dhasent c,. Bemo a t i. t AAvocatVillage, Alnl .oviee an t not under the care of my useas '
Itt ACEMANr--pIANO L IsON t 5 Duke I ~ason. Bisoh Street topipsttt Ov lever)'ry half hour. For re sf reltuti : a e RMent-al 00.00 per iWntMe ws.e.D: Randolph King. neither Oim I reepesi's, s o l M.I'I.
or ... Mav .4. -Barataria, June Winwnie Wharton.. Sar S. or r. seAs Ares 1 0.e ad Rnd for s ny deht or debts w i4 h a may .- r hIe B5 o. t h eS
4- lOMPTLITE CHINEIM SELP-.TAUGMO RUM CASKS for Saw Apply: ,Corset.u I. Matthew. 25o Worme street. WoodAron hlad. at San arI ,s tract. ?btrohy." iteIr ses NM
Sfe ftnr 62. App o M Mn ert = Che m o o Streetl'Phone 0*0-Juno e 2 -June I bfrm withted$a f uno a 2 ghs RwtTTl r A KU GitUteTA RtINhe weatr a uteof th ai.mim
" -gert. Idea Spply ltms. Arlin.e- ST 5 PEROOUE TLAtINCH for sale PLAN A WORTURILUB ea oam al .O6gI. Patrt peymt StKNG Ainer 20 etoS Ptac. also af to ier-pOalTeis a"
l .r. II Eqpuiple d wit nth Grey Engine. Strong end day at 0'luna0 tib9.l." thet pluyens fR tTM PU&L0, IC Am I i r -iMsM Phr oi ta +Pased "
I1IGU1NS"CII.AH AOKNO In good warktis order Apply Trinidad An modeM pritest esr is e nSn3to-MayT 5?* rt-oftSdi. BB-
GI.; II Edward3street.ssSupplyB Chott Strt.- etiful W jdlN r Byds.y Mo FOR SALE MOODERN RoUM with all I am nut responsible for ay debt or dlts T"w
.,r^ i ^^ lhsss y.u~..-M . a1 DR.A I'I. l4*idnal Inetrts' 530i.--tiO It.. ins o1 3 r iMexk o Street. P oAN e i t -ori Sa B el sdna t l est seelrlo b -th nt street. Phone 62t-J --AfTAII. ti snt ttr g
Nam I pstro. eoocil jnri Itt58 bedro ms. 1. T., IM ptE UNDEMROGNRZ AM aavft tic pill,:
Rt.l.,'Orut AtHOLID A.Y I tn Sag pranr. Cecrl Jenm,,tl M HOLIDAY IN TOBAGO *t Wabt e wlit al1 avllenh el e t i e Rkl oad. hard frolm or seen umy ulasad r .T& C
COMMEECII RULESE I'I 3 WORLD. Isuy IStirs,--Mey27 nui R Hmose,. romorn, wltht Flinnina wetld, near Country Chlub. Psbndlw SuareXtee. JanAee YoI the pasttIs veels in "ta M i *t R i ep s jie S
,siem the SoS h .tlo in P 0 GAt TALL-,O W .: 40 f ll.t e eNa t.,,- e arelent Artes. .loe vt-S 6 St. iem t vt surroundinM Sot 2 r
Se i ^i l flll we atCiurs A ln Toik-. aft: =rid H and llwme day "li> on 0& fK,-.Hoo lu AL A"anN RtPi perIa. llyr r t*on O thu8 O ,. , -i; So, ).l u cos S mt.
temjg ttiio-Ravil ? Co9 P H. oOX |N BrfMdwWy. Ots A 'n o t MAOB l^ 10-1 JS Ldoews
si f-a. I l U. e ft P a r e s C u e 011 P h5te 1 B ro ad w a y ,. N C tR TTR V 1 1.W B LA N C H I I E U GI in vi te d A p p ly 4 1 hM ndlc2dos l e Itn of t iAOice .1+16
r WAY 2Ta Ee T ''it re e b --M ay A l s o.- uwn S. May 24 Ran -e a yIt. i n4 q Sh .
W3~4jj~jfla5e ag gM- bift 00% 1440 UnS9Yheesm ova* M ft. .-. mes