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Trinidad guardian
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Sunday guardian
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Port of Spain, Trinidad
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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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AlRD KASSISCHKE8 By WILLIAM SMITH WHITE By W. W. HERCHER
f, '25 (AP)-Mr. LONDON, May 25 (AP) In a cheerful address taking It as a LONDON, May" 28 (AP) -- In
den, Leader of the
m eo S,. with a five- certainty that the coming grand Allied assault would end in victory, another massive attack against the
k~t uwn Euro ,anfortress. more than 6,000
t f or auSlt -warMr. Winston Churchill, the Prime Minister, warned the Germans that Aire lanes struck from north
bulet ion on after the Allied armies had beaten unconditional surrender from and south today battering un
eBritish Coi-, ttheenemy'sfrot-
the Unid Stas, the them, even their home frontiers would be reduced, if that seemed ]Iasr aerial and transportation
And, ti --etoo necessary for future peace. _--.-___ defences.
forces into a police l
ke the peace, aid He gave no breath of a hint as At least 21 railway centres an
ta te a as Heavy Raid ienda Inre, onwhi
with other powers to the two greatest questions in a 15 r irftelds in Europe, on which
underway and would Germany is leaning heavily for the
in the heat of the all military history in this time of a Dw defence of the homeland and
ittle, waiting before the battle where In n "o"nuered territories, were pounded
ed any intention to and when will be the Allied in- 'n a B sein the seventh day of the furious
others in detail ore-invlsion attack.
-offered these as Bri- Vsion. Instead, he spent much The assault ranged from tn I
of his speech of one hour and 2 N earTeyotimated tat more than .000
Id Organisation must miuts efoetok omattl iesdfthalytmorBerlian.,It
torevent the recur- minutes before the House of Corn- American tons of bombs fell from
ggresslon by Germany monas in outlilnin his suggestions WASHINGTON, '(av 25 (AP.- midnight last night until dusk to-
and must be fully and in a general sense the Raiding deep into Japanese terri- night.
aifh a force to meet this suggestions of all the Prime Mm- t'ry, an American carrier .sk While one strong force of
sisters of the British Dominions force sent 'planes roaring out to American- heavy bombers based in
^ to ensure this, there for oa powerfully-armed organisa- batter Marcus Island only one- Britain attacked targets in north-
oltcal m military on of the victorious nations, third of 200 miles from Tokyo, .hen eastern Prance and Belgium, an-
lbetween the United He said this, by maintaining or- moved so'.,theast 900 miles to other daylight flee! flew from
Soviet Union. the Bri- der and peace in the world, would pound Japanese-held Wake Island Italian bases to attack railway in-
wpealth and Chin. "make amends to mankind for all with 150 tons of bombs, the Navy stallations in the Mediterranean
ealth n Chn the miseries and toils which had announced today, area. Toulon and Lyon. 200 miles
porganisation mutanybe been their lot and for all the Thle Navy said the strike at to the north.
OrganistiCon must be sacrifices which are their glory. Mircus, a strong Japanese base, The operation against Lyon, rail-
posatlon should be "We have to thlnk of the prob- was carried out on Friday and Sat- way funnel to the southeastern
action should >beleMs as a whole, and also to relate urday by a force under the ccmn- French defence zone, is believed
on and around our actions to the main purpose mand of Rear-Admiral A. F. to be the farthest north the
geat powers men- to beat the enemy as soon as M1ontgomery Allies have flown from Italy. It
1tall other Peace- Possible and gather all the forces bombers and lighters Joined in '73 might have entailed a round-
M ay come and play togther for that purpose in pri- sorties hammering Marcus with 148 trip of 1,000 miles.
in the struggle, orIty to any other purpose." tons jf bombs during the two days
ORGANISATION Mr. Churchill reviewed the no- of action there, NINE RAILYARDS HIT
sition in Spain, Greece, Yugosla- AmmurAtlon and supply dumps
1 world organisation via, France, Poland and Turkey were destroyed. Nine railway yards in occupied
flexible and not rigid- And wound up by saying that It Gun positions and buildings France and Belgium came under
b ta. It should grow by was not the intention to revive were blasted. One snmall cargo *hlp the bombsights ot a strong force
d not try straightaway the League of Nations, but to in- was set on fire. of Liberators and Fortresses :rom
Sa fixed code. stitute a powerful military organi- American losses were four 'planes British bases.
al powers great and nation charged with the duty of and three men. For the loss of only four bomnb-
in the world organi- vilng effect, by force If necessary At Wake, captured by the Jap- ers and 12 fighters, they hammer-
strive for economic o the orders of a world-control- anese from a small garrison of ed f.-elqht yards in Brussels, Liege
I pOlitical collaboration." ling body. Americana early in the war, the and Charlerol In Belgium: Metz
Relation a with the AFRICAN OPERATIONS same force struck heavily on Tues- Thonville, 2v miles north of Met:. -
a he hMd. are "as day, pouring 15 tons of bombs Mulhorse, 20 miles northeast of
ddali s they have ever Churchill, speaking about the down in a series of 354 sorties. Basle in Switzerland: Belfort, 30
added: "We hanrhlAfrica o perai ons, shid: Th,. bombs blew up 20 buildings, miles west southwest of Mul-
i o hdent Rn Nroth weAfrth ca operations, mad: e-- horse: Bllnville and Sarreiue-
which show that the forethe 'op n ha e mines, 40 miles east of Metz, all In
AM.de- think he situation with Spain or 1al ap R pulsed northeastern France.
u ad goodneegh r iInuuds at the Very height.Re u s d[Reuter reports that Britaish,
o eh r a long time before this we were y Dominion and Allied fighters
aded tq work hbar- steadily expen .4 thes"rfeld at Ts hot down nine of the Luft-
vh ,6 but notI tGi-l-tr nd bu n It out to the f 1 ?ll waffeJ]
ai Europe to se, and for one month before zaroIn u British Typhoon, Spitfire and
a rie ln hour on November 7, 1942, we had *-- Mustang fighter-bombers and
H denounced a sometimes 600 airplanes crowded on By CHARLES A. GRUMLk Mosquito. Mitchell and Boston
d e d a this ld In full range and in SOUTHAST ASIA H E A D- mediums also bombed with good
yieda the iMocow and full view of th BSpanish batteries. QUARTERS KANDY, May 25 (AP) results yards at Valenciennes, Ie 1
yield to Moscow anidn
interest ourselves in It was very d cult for the Span--The Japanese trying to hold the Grand Verdret, Amiens and iheds t
e~untries or part, lards to believe that all these air- north Burma stronghold of Myity- at Formerie. R.A.P. and Nether- t
-untries or parts of orh Brm stonhol o Myty
Planes were intended to reinforce kina, attacked the Allied-held air- lands lfosquitoe. attacked military E
Malta, and I can assure the House drome two mied ouho the Ale -hel tair- esI otenFac ih
thathf th e ay targetsIn northern France with-
that the rP anissag eofthou ecriticalU oday but were repulsed. out loss.
days was very anxious inded, taEnemy assaults on many Allied The German radio reported Y
d s To Send however the Spaniards con- n s n man that Berlin cathedral. which
Uinued to be Absolutely friendly and positi~rs in Burma, and India thaaeln.ahdawih.m
H s To USe iuetob were thrownlbackwithwheavylo" tains the tomb of the Poherzol-
rs To U.S. tranqkdif there was no Inconvent- to the attackers. Heavily re- les, was wrecked in wednresdays
of their mission to the ence. Mr. Churchill said: "If in enforced attacks on the Imphal ad on Berin.
beofosome directions they had taken an Plain by the Japanese were re- R.A.F. BOMB AACHEN
Ohwa npoten~dulgent view German U-boats Puled
ason eIalf of BarbHs- From the Allied road block across Another sign 'of the Nazis' In.- 1
Sir Orattan ushe, mantinued amendscton this occasion, m the Tiddlim Road the Allies car- vision reparaUtions were blawsng t
of Barbados. and Mt.madetaoendssonethiseoccasionsi
Sthe Labour Oir' y vw as far as our advantage rled out offensive sweeps against searchlights near the French t
te. Washuton ovCer' was concerned for these Irregulari- Japanese commulcations, causing coast seen by British bombers which
Sties, by completely ignoring the him numerous casualties and im- concentrated last night on the B
X .UL. last Wednesday situation at Gibraltar, wherein, perilling his thrust Into India. German border city of Aachen. o e
Pt to Sir Orattan agree- fprt from aircraft, an enormous Chinese Troops Nazi night fighters intercepted t
been reached between the nmber of ships were anehoredcTar ps R.A.P. formations and downed 28 P
reWashington we him- outside neutral waters. Inside the roke Tatangzu 'planes,u
It a limited number of Bay of Algeciras was always under C .HN N...y. . [ Reuter states that it is n
aWorkers would be given command of Spanish shore guns Fd. CHUNGKINe May cAP.- throu.ah Aachen the Germans fe
B t In the United States in We should have suffered the great- iel despaBtwes tcday said Chin- send the great bulk of their
08t asworkmen from Ja. est Inconvenience If ordered to re- ese on the Saween front occupied traffic between the Ruhir and
S te Bahama move these ships. Tatangzu, mountain village 20 northern France and Belgium.
estsa.d the agreement S miles northwest of Tengyhung, Swarms 0 German flahtersn
at alter two neeks of ANafter a.nnihiatinT more than 1P came up to try to stop the at-
dt f'tr wic% ertaioflencircled Japanese. tack. Before the main R.A.F.
d wee Ironed out "I shall always eonsldr the ser- .-. .... attack on Aachen began, aircraft c
rarevetrned that the vice rendered by Spain not only CONSULAR AGENCY CLOSES of Lomber Command had hit a c
Allowed for a certn to the United Kingdom, and the The American Consular Agency big motor assembly plant at
H grcutulabur British Empire Commonwealth but at brtighton has boen closed as Antwerp believed to have
inc the New Western t the cause of the United Nations, from May 13. in consequence of the turning out as many as 4oo t
I3ca,, while a number I have, however, no sympathy with resignation of Mr. M. de Verteull. trucks a month. Mosquitoes went
B orkmen would and an those who think it clever and even Consular Agent, according to yes- for northern France and other i
in war-timeindustries., funny to Insult and abuse the Gov- terday's "Royal Gazette." bombers to Berlin.]
S ernmenu while we passed through________________
Kyk h mortal perilts and, therefore. think -
Forec have some means of forming a C E
orcesReachent aboutvalues of City Express Sympathy With
events .a critical moment&ft they
l occur. I am ve glad now, after
AyIEDt 'bte a thave be Bereaved Convent Community i
W ALLIEUD AAD- made with pinn, which deals in a t
NEW GA May ctoy manner with the Ital- b
't wasA announce this fanss which ty et taken refuge tt
t"itthe Uniteds tatesin hips whih havbour whcn redt e A vote of condolence with the Cathollo community and more s
Units battledat inSanishehaulinbdownrsftwhich led to
stiff Japan*$*e ?ti the haulng do7wn of the G especially with the Revd. Mother Superior and Sisters of the St. Jo- t
reached ; fl in an er andh the breakingdof seph's Convent in their bereavement caused by Tuesday morning' fire t
5 Dutch New Guinea,i theshieldo tnutea
oWw f H "andla. 100 which, ir a few days, will be fol- which claimed the lives of four of the Sisters and reduced Convent n
'of lowed by a complete departure of building to ruins, was unanimously Passed by the Port-of-Spain City
enemytr German representatives from Tan- t
Noeafoor Island, r gier, although they apparently re- Council at yesterday afternoon's monthly meeting.
X-orWnnrh ier, althougteyaprnyr-
Bay was a lo an- main In Dubin. Councillor H. 0. B. Wooding.,__
avaiabl 'T"inally, it led to the agreement the Mayor, who moved the oondo- Santos, Acting Colonial Secretary
Availableefigurescomplaned about Spanish wolfram, which was lence vote directed Mr. H. W. discussed the temper Arrange- t
casualtie s at i-Hlandla ,reached without an affront to 1 wrll, the Town Claerk,to irite meats with Catholicau-"ies yes.
Pe,.the wo points invaded spanish dignity, and reducednt thethe rev. Mother Superior convey teryiayt auttt yea. ,
the May 1 7 land. export of wolfram from Spain ing the ouncil's sympathy. He Only Items saved from th dis- o
K^"8 smttfld9. Germany during the coming critical stated that he would contribute astroug fire which cor pltely ds- di
g| ~ --~. --- months to a few lorry loads a ioo trom the Meyct's charity fund troved the entire main hBUiding a
lt mnth, to th Convent IceltfM Fund as a which housed the nuns' donrmitoe
Perl ey Hxp eres a. wBof moved1his.mt on of damaged school Ij
P"arley Here in tenth thi. agreement, helped b en o hl dess, pian ds n e
bythe continuous victories Of the waos rh proceeded wits told the meet- The Holy us~aer eand t~me Gibe-
P rrawlor, Regional s in W5ay Wts of the world ti it up er is r
ofth Re^ feller Fou- an^ espcill inNothAfrica an t lre whi o~ccS5e n tSeday from^ W thIdonn hpl
Visit this Colony theat byw thieb menaced of jt. a5 asla" elifetand. propeet'. I element ci 80 seondar
titl talk of Invasion acrm the their sypea with the Iqe. Formerly sor., of 'si n-1
8 beoeossis 0maT--STS^ for^ssth what4^ itsf Iwo
he Wli tr b eaor otmtpan Ch -t- for wt It is W Oth communitytad more ea. dents used to hoard at the Convent,
3, ill. DireHyct nor of m t it quite Impousibe forHitler fe d r wi th He. Mother but ever since nine motM ago uu T
Scool o H m ~het re sinder rersl cm Spain. 'epr and. iseus o t. Joep' boardin house wa lentiud
Igg fergtyettcew with the *uujstroopshe-d to b rem Oount.u o suents were i ridence 11
unit and J>. Norman a0Way fro then .and he *'I would theefoe ar the Goun- there at the time of te fire. t
thle Director of Mail- no01 inclinW~L e et"Monl t to fee hi' oi4 to stnd for a few nesesaie as a Seep Up n darmitorise
*~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ uril warare letlt'2 W ii --o~ lBgf or cendo lm,--->n --- MWthat Spai wfflMIb a, Wwtreflite htng laft of 17 nuns and. a
us AT m E S> et pyece o ibS f (Medi p inU 3JDN0 nmBeyr ornoitates. I'* *
R15 PLANPTj Ot-ilCER terranent. aftw the war. Internal .- budit fOA Tr~- m ed o thv e bee renuns h
.1.. P. lisig Fiel Assistant, pcoge3 are-~maa~-~*to an Spin $15 f $55" COrtUVdat* StW aiutruc M and twa htw .AMima a ond
i eg d to act as5 a t'Pt- el.It ?net ftnor M to iaedStn d'w and it ieaed t t g S2S
aIt Chief" Frui I" n-* eu affairs as Oevtae mLB atM -H'-JS 6tab^mm a etil~-ttta~f .
f i eet from May 1. Mr. saiat well (tabour), SUSN t

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Forward To Rome


After gripping firmly for four months to their Anlzio beachhead,
Allied troops have linked forces with Fifth Army units advanc-
ing from Terracina through the Pontine marshes and are now
threatening Cisterna. Nasti stronghold barring the road to Rome.


War Correspondent
Injured In C(rash
LONDON, May 25 iRvuieri
--An official announcement late
this afternoon from American
headquarters said: 'Ernest
Hemingway, 44. American war
correspondent and author was
slightly Injured early today
when a motor-car in which he
was a passenger crashed into
an emergenqv water tank at
Lownds Square. Mr Heming-
way was treated for lacerations
of the scalp at St. George's
Hospital."

Short Burst

Of Fire Ends

Greek Mutiny
Bs DENIS MIRrIN
CAIRO, May 25 (Reuter) A
0-minute burst of fire which
brought an end to the Greek mu-
iny at a desert camp not far from
:1 Alamein was mentioned by Mr.
Vinston Churchill, the Prim' Min-
ister, in the House of Commons
yesterday.
The action rang down the cur-
sin on a series of unhappy Inci-
lents among the Greek forces
which cost the life of one British
officer. The unit which mutinied
was the first Grenade Brigade and
he mutineers were compelled to
ay down their arms by the ac-
ion of British troops supported by
anks.
The British advanced under a
moke screen towards the mutin-
ers with orders not to fire unless
hey were fired on. Of the two
principal Oreek outposts, the first
surrendered immediately, but the
second resisted for 10 minutes be-
ore the encircled camp gave up.
General Sir Bernard Paget,. Corn-
nander-in-Chief., Middle East, who
assumed plenary powers of corn-
land on the breakdown of Greek
military authority, indicated
throughout the mutiny that he was
not interested In what the Greeks
ailed a political demonstration
mad he refused to accept the mu-
incers' view that a settlement Ir.y
n the hands of the political au-
thorities
.EAFLET8 DROPPED
British 'planes dropped leaflets
luring the period when the Greeks
vere encircled and the attack was
not launched until an ultimatum
rom General Paget had been un-
inswered. The general, before
living the ultimatum, had previ-
usly had a two-hour talk in a
ent with the three rebel leaders.
but resolutely refused to listen to
heir demands which, it is under-
tood. included the release of cer-
ain arrested men and the "Irma-
Ion of a Government including the
EA.M. the Greek Freedom nove-
nent unless they were first sub-
mitted to a British military au-
thority.
The troubles in Cairo associated
with the mutiny included the slo-


[m oi rival ureeg patriot orgamni.
Itons whitewashed on the walls
he taking over by dissident ele-.
iente of a Greek military police
ot from which they were ejected
ily after a show of force, and a
maOnftratros at a parade by a
reek armyt unit which resulted in
100 =etc~r~ted. Iln evria
or i quiet except
I a aw abusive slina wnt by
- a=reisd car unit to the Oov-
rnment

JS. 'SusW Sink
5 Jap Ships
WA4HINOrON, May 25 (AP) -
Yav ano ne today that
ncaa suiBaimie sank another
S.Jaanese Ve.bs In the Pacific,
cludiS a detoyer and a trans-
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Chamber Delegates
Mor Brbado
S Te rl e a ot(ber cc cow
*s* U) m S i, of O ueue ele-
^P % epem Itata Wetde


g~ffi5g eSail oer auto"
AIL,


Japs Claim

Capture

Of Loyang

LONDON, MNay 25 (Reutir .A
Japanese news agency report
"from the front line" in China
stated today that Loyang. six
times capital of China, "fell Int
Japanese hands following a genera
onslaught yesterday."
Loyang is the capital of the pro
vince of lomio n and lies on thi
lunghai railway which runs eas
to west (crosI China. It has bee
described as the gateway to thl
West.
A Japanese High Commnand con
munique, reporting the cap.Dture o
Loyang. said: "Our troops which
had been besieging the wall
city of Lovang, principal strategi
point in the first Chungkingo wa
zone. launched an attack or
Wednesday afternoon and con
pletely occupied the city by th
morning.
"The bodies of more than 2,00
of the enemy were counted, Pr
soners totalled more than 4,00 '


Allied Court

Tries Fascists
BART. May 25 (AP) -- Trial
some yzung Fascists, first of it
kind In liberated Italy, resumed to
day at Lecce, 80 miles southeast o
here, before the Allkd Control Com
mission General Court.
The defendants, most of their
students. wer' charged with espiun
age and reconstructing a FPascia
party unit. The group is accuse
of subversive activity in attemnptin
to obtain political information fo
use by the enemy. A number wer
found In illweal possession of arm

Ship's Crew Aids
Greek Relief Fund
Hope of the early liberation o
Greece from the heel of the im
vader, Is expressed in k letter t
the vice-consul for Greece a mon
panylng a donatioo of =00 to th
Greek War Relief Fund from Uth
master and orew of a Pannamala
ship.
"We earnestly hope and pray
the letter states," that this will bI
our 'last contribution from abroad
It is our dream that the next pay
ment of support on our part fo
the restoration of our sacred lan
so devastated by the barbaric
heel, will take place in that tow
where Socrates met the Athenia
writer Polemarchus. Greece wi
noon be liberated. Long live out
immortal Greece!"
Recent contributions have help
to bring the fund well with
sight of the goal of $4.800. Th
total now stands at $4,187.12.
Latest list is as follows:
Contributions already acknow-
lodged $3,70a.i
Flag Day. Brechin Castle Estate 7.I
Mrs. B. Bourne t1.0
Trinidad AUtiOnnbile Association 005
Master & Crew of a Panamsnian
ship 3AC0.00
U a. Exchange .................. ........ 0,.3
Total ........ .................... ........ $41< 1S

Russians Sink
2 Nazi Transports


CISTERNA



5th Army Soldiers.


On Main Front Meet


Forces From Anzio

ALLIED HEADQUARTERS, Naples. Ma M (Reuter) Allied
.-nks and infantry have broken into the important German strong-
hold of Cisterna in the centre of the Anslo bridgehead and they an
steadily overcoming enemy resistance in the middle of the town.
The Germans are reported to be -- -----
defending every house and bitter Commtinder Decorated
hand-to-nand flghtln was in pro-
greas when Allred ofrivspond nt For Fine Leadership
sent off their despatches late to-. z UA R .
night. H1%DUARTgI ,
tremendous Allied bombard- Naples. May Reuter) -
ment has reduced much of Cisterna General Alexander has Invested
to. rubble and orman snipers. General Anders, the Command-.
to rubble and CK-rmain snipers. er'" o 1f t601" !
using every vantage point, have to r of the Polish Corps in Italy,
be dealt with man by man. The with t.He British Order of the -
ancient castle facing the Appian Bath. He said ths honour
Way is still held by the enemy and from His Majesty the n
tis being smashed by American It. marked not only GeneralAn-
tank guns. A great part of the der fine personal leadership
town in flames and the bodies but soi the fighting spirit o -
of German soldiers are spread h P olish forces i the a-
about In the ruins. no battles.
Advance forces of the Fifth Army '_... - --.i
have driven through to link up flew just 50 short of 3,000 sOrtte.
th the Ano bridgehead. The Thirty-one Allied 'planes are mis-'
.dramatic meeting Of the pattrols ng. Fityt-live German -planie*
took place early today a few miles were destroyed.
from the bridkgehead on the coast Godfrey T'albot makes this con-
road between Terracina and Aniao. mint from the front: "May 24, 1944,
A special communique from Gen- will go down as a red letter day
cral SirHarold Alexander head- in the hitt, of Canada's figl'Ing
quarters says this brings to a climax men as a t.mid and memor"l
the spectacular advance of the Empire Day."
Fifth Army of more than 60 miles In the meantime, troops from
In only 11 days. Thus the Fitfth Creat Britain are pinning down
Army have established land com- he- German defences above th .
municatit.n with the bridgehead for' ApPian Way on which Kesselring
the first tlmo since the landing has been swinging his front. Th
for months" 8" ago Ifll8 ^'cn wl 1
four months ago.. Eighth Army has taken the better
S or the first 36 hours of the drive part of 300 prisoners since the
t to link up with the Main advance offensive began. bringing the to6tl
a. forces, the bildgehliead forces forced of prisoners taken on -the whole
K their way for thrme miles into the frn to 10,000.
Enemy's powerful defence belt and
Swell over 1.000 prisoners have been History Was Made
taken.
' Col. Ralston. the Canadian De- At Anzio Beachhead
10 fenco Minist.r, announced today LONDON, May t5 (Reuter) -
-t that the Canadians had advanced A B.B.C. despatch. telling how his*
ne six miles in the last 36 Iurs and tOry was made this morning, said
were still going ahead. Advance at 730 o'clock on the fiat corn-
Spatrols were already over the Melfa ids nereona santena Marslpo
o Rlvcr and the Germans have been Britsh ear the Pcntine Mars es a
focedto ~in bak aconid ablBriishreconnailsance car spotted
h forced to swine back a considerable another car driving north. The
d distance. An enemy report says British signalled, "What outfit are
that the strotngodi/ o\f Aquino has rin~~nuwa u'
ic that the stronghold of Aquno h you?, and the reply came, "We are
r also fallen, from the gouth." The Britis crew
n ALULIED PLANES ACTIVE gave a cheer. The Anzo beach-
n- head, after four long, hard monthew
1 Allied airplanes spent the hours had sesed tob hea beachbead. -.
of daylight yesterday attacking General Mask ClarkM and Winfred
0 hundreds of vehicles on the main Vaughan Thomas, B.B.O. reporter,
r roads behind the German lines, drove down to the meeting plaone
Dennis Johnston cables the B.B.C across the Mussolini Canal Into
from an air operations centre on territory that only last night was
the front that a steady stream of still In German hands. There they
pilots came in for new briefings and met the first troops from the souts
the roar of aircraft taking off spinning yarns with the British
down the runways was practically boys 4 tthe warm morning ams.
continuous. Soon flaming lorries Jeeps and armoured ears were
were blocking the road west of the drawn up along the tree-lined rod.
Melfa River and other enemy A white flag was still hanging fro
transport was piled up at this the red rcof of o e farmhouse
Obstacle. Then Allied aircraft where the last Gerwans had Just
came over to add to the confusion, surrendered. Here a downcast
S More than 650 German motor ve- group of them were lined up undC
Shidcles were destroyed or damaged a guard by the ruadsid.. The ton,-
Of during the day and the highway my in charge gave a wide grinW an
n was dotted with smoking wreckage, said: "Well the old bridge has done
S One Spitfire pi'ot spotted an it at last."
- enemy concentration of tanks on The American lieutenant WhO
Sthe road about nine miles north of led the party vup from the souta
t Cassino. He searched the skies saluted General Clark and said:
d and found a squadron of Thunder- "Lieut. Buckley "B" Coy. of the
1g bolts. These fighter-bombers soon Engineers reporting." General lark
r knocked out five tanks anil dam- replied: "That's fine, ld to se
e aged others with their 1,000-pound you." It was Just like that. a his
s- bomba.. tort moment; everybody wag glad
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truetion of two more Goerman trans-
port ships in the Gulf of FInuMad
by Russian planesm was anommoed
in a MU.-cow communique tonight.
Iwo vessels, one of t0 & t and he
other 3.000 tons, discovered by the
Air Arm of the Red BWIne lM
Pl-vet were promptly destroyed.
Lull in the ground fighting con-
.inued, and the co-mmunue sad
there has been "no e omtlal
changes at the front."

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Prime Minister Reveals

Plan Of New World Order
THE foreign affairs debate, begun in
the Houme of Commons on Wednes-
day and concluded yesterday, has thrown
the shadow of things to come on the
world of today. There was a ring of op-
timism In Mr. Churchill's voice when he
proposed that the combination of Bri-
tain, the United States, and Russia
should be maintained as the bulwark of
a new world order to prevent future wars.
The Prime Minister said there could be
no attempt to revive the League of Na-
tions; rather there should be an organi-
sation of overwhelming military power
able to enforce the orders of an inter-
national body charged with control of
the external problems which might pre-
sent themselves to the nations from time
to time. Under the League decisions
could be supported only by economic
sanctions.
Mr. Churchill's submission that the
Atlantic Charter must be the guidirg
signpost for the future will be welcomed.
This document, signed when Britain was
fighting with her back to the wall, has
been universally acclaimed as a piece of
world statesmanship massive in its por-
tents. The Atlantic Charter has the Four
Freedoms as the foundation on which a
new order can be created, and it remains
for the builders to be faithful to the ideals
of the architects. This is no time for
jerry-builders.
In a review of Britain's relations
with other countries, Mr. Churchill had
a good word for Spain, who he said might
legitimately have made things awkward
for the Allies, but Instead turned a blind
eye to operations which enabled the grcat
convoys to get safely through the Straits
of Gibraltar, at a time when all was not
wsU writ the forces of democracy. Many
will disagree with him as to Spain's role.
Many more will not appreciate his re-
fusal to recognize the French Committee
of National Liberation as the lawful
Government of France. The three great
powers have said they will recognize only
legally elected governments, but If there
Is a principle involved we cannot see how
It would be affected by accepting General
de Gaulle's group as the French provi-
sional government. Mr. Churchill de-
clared that France must take her place
among the great nations, and disclosed
that he had invited General de Gaulle
to London, and that the Invitation had
been accepted. Time will tell whether
this is s step towards recognition of the
French Committee.
The Prime Minister, who apparently
spoke with the approval of President
Roosevelt and Marshal Stalin, reiterated
that after the war the United Nations
would not interfere with the domestic
politics or interior economies of other
countries, who would be free to choose
such democratic forms of government
as their people desired. He specially
stressed the word "democratic," which


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absosie k o cl This should. an
a big step forward In International re-
eonstUcUn and give a basis for a hap-
pier world.


Nazis Suffer Setback
By Joining Of Armies
TH- Junction effected yesterday be-
tween the American troops in the
Anzio beachhead and the Allied Fifth
Army constitutes a serious defeat for
Field Marshal Kesselring's German
forces. While the bridgehead was isolated
the troops holding it could be supplied
only by sea, but by linking with the
army pushing from the south they will
now get supplies by/land in greater
quantity. However the beachhead army
was able to muster great strength for
the new offensive-to such an extent,
indeed, that tanks are being used in
larger nmunbers than at any time since
the Fifth Army landed in Italy.
No less important than the joining
of the beachhead and Fifth Army forces
is the cutting of the Appian Way with
the threat to Cisterna, thus blocking
the enemy's way of retreat back to Rome.
Looked at from any point of view and
especially having regard to the difficult
nature of the terrain, the progress so far
made by the Allied forces can be re-
garded as very satisfactory. The strong
defences which the Germans built with
such care have not been able to with-
stand Illied strategy and power, and the
enemy cannot but be wondering how
much longer the obstarcls that are left
will serve him.
An interesting feature of the new
Allied offensive is the fact that the
enemy is being given no time to recover
from the heavy blows which are being
struck against him. From the smashing
of the Gus.tav Lmine the Allied armies
have gone on to attack the supposedly
nmo.oe formidable Adolf Hitler Line, to
breach it and to outflank it along the
sea coast. The barriers which the Ger-
mans built at great cost are being sys-
tematically reduced to naught. The
achievement Qf the Allied armies is the
more meritorious in view of the formid-
able hindrances to progress and the diffi-
culty of maintaining supplies. The re-
sults indicate that the great efficiency
which the Allied supply system showed
in North Africa is being maintained in
the more difficult if much smaller Italian
i battleground.
The success achieved so far is the
fluit of collective enterprise in which
British, American, Canadian, French,
South African, Indian, and Polish troops
are sharing. The Germans have not
only suffered the loss of important posi-
tions and been thrown out cf strong de-
fences, but are losing large numbers of
killed and captured and quantities of
equipment. An important factor In the
Allies' progress is the superiority which
they hold over the Luftwatfe in the air.
In the past few days the air offensive has
been intensified, and as a result not only
have large numbers of enemy objectives
been attacked but his communications,
which he now badly needs, have been
thrown into confusion. There is every
Indication that the battle now being
fought will before long decide the fate of
Rome, if not the final result of the battle
of Italy.


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Princes Town Farmer Wns
Rope For Livestoc
2U. iatw, -rfmmw DUsmunan
I am a cGne fos*ar of I& Re-
source, Princes Town. I have live-
stock which consists of 6 cows and
S goats. I am unae to keep them
from destroying other armers
produce because I cannot get rope.
I was told b. a lerk at the
Warden's Office, Prinoc Town,
that to get rope. I would have to
write the Control Board. Port-o-
Soain. They would snd me a form
which I would fill and send ack
beck to them In Port-of-Spain,
they would send It back to the
warden at Princes Town.
I would then be given
C ard to Purchase rope at
theshop which I know had rope at
the time of negotiation but when I
went, the rope was finished. Could
not somebody in authority look in-
to this matter and help the poor
farmers?
ALRED JOSEPH
Princes Town
Doctor Needs Tyres
The Editor. 'Trhaid Guardilan"
The pabllc of Ortoire-Moruga
and surrounding districts are com-
plaining that the District Medical
Officer of Princes Town has re
cently been unable to travel mn
these wards as formerly owing to
the lacfr of tyres for his car.
Is the Ooverument not aware of
the Inconvenience and hardship
experienced by the sick and suf-
fering as well as by those who
have to bury their dead? Surely
the D M. 0. of so large an area
should be supplied with proper
tyres for the convenience of the
public. The nearest doctor to
Moruga other than the DM.0. of
Princ-'s Town resides at San Fcr-
nando.
PATIENT.
Brothers Road
House For T.B. Sufferers
The Editor. "Trinidad Guardian"
Permit me space in your
columns to support the protest
against the proposed conversion of
the House o' Refuge infirmary into
a TB, ward This move Is con-
hidered most udesilrable indeed
Iand. certainly some other site may
be s'lected--the buildings at La-
vertille soon to be vacated, I near,
by the U S. Army seeming quite
suitable for this purpose.
I trus-. the authorities may f v-
oura'b~y reconsider their decision
anid. bv keeping the whole from the
broken, a. nart of St. James at least peace of
mind.
K. L.M.


GREEK AFFAIRS
"I am happy to announce the
hopeful turn of Greek affairs. The
Greek brigade and a large propor-
tion of the Greek Navy mutinied,
declaring themselves one way or
another on the side of an organisa-
tion called Earn the Greek
Freedom Movement. This tension
lasted for nearly three weeks. In
due course the mutiny was sup-
p ressed. The greatest patience by
ritish military and naval authori-
ties was involved and for some
weeks past order had been firmly
established. The Greek Prime Min-
ister had already tried before this
thing happened to arrange a
meeting of all represent ttlves of
Greek opinion and c'r't:'uct his
administration so as to include
them. He acquitted himself with
dignity, and was helped by' Mr.
Venizelos, the son of the great
Venizelos whom we also honoured
so highly in the first World War.
"At this moment there emerged
upon the scene Mr. Papandreou, a
man greatly respected, who had
lived throughout the war in
Athens and who Is known as a
man of remarkable chara:er and
one who would not be sw-yed by
party interests, his own party being
a very small one. Mr. Papandreou
became the King's new Prime Min-
ister but before forming the Gov-
ernment he .called a conference
which met last week at Lebanon.
Every partv in Greek life was re-
presented there and included Com-
munists and others a dozen par-
ties or more. The fullest debate
took place and all expressed their
feelings freely. After prolonged
discussions complete unity as
reached at the Lebanon conference
and all parties will be represented
In the new Government.
NATIONAL ARMY
"It will devote Itself to what
after all is the only purpose wor-
thy of consideration, namely, the
forming of a national army in
which all the guerrilla bands will
be incorporated and will drive with
this army the enemy from their
country, or better still, destroy the
enemy wherever he is found. The
present situation indicates that a
new and fair start will come to
Greece In the struggle to cleanse
her souil from the foreign invader,
and I have also to report to the
House the very marked and bene-
ficial change which occurred in the
situation in Greece. I gave some
lengthy accounts last August of
the position in Yugoslavia and our
relations with the different Juris-
dictions theme.
"The difficulty and magnitude of
this business were very great. It
must be remembered not only that
there are three strongly larked
races; Serbs, Croats and Slovenes,
Involved; but farther south the
Albanians are also making a bold
bid for freedom from German rule.
They, too, at present, are split into
several connecting and even an-
tagonistic groups. Nothing is
easier than to espouse any one of
the various causes in these differ-
ent countries with all their claims
and counter-claims.
"I can only tell you today that
of the further positions which
were reached In Yugoslavia as a re-
sult of the unremitting exertions
of our foreign policy I received a
mesg from Kine Peter that he
was in the process of forming a
newer sand smaller cabinet. I un-
derstand the process of forming a
new Government involves the sev-
erance from the Government of
Otnoral Mlhallovich in his oapacity
as Minister of War. This, of course,
has the support of the Uritish Gov-
ernment. General Mihallovich s,.
talnly holds a powerful position
locally, and It does not mean that
his ceasin to be Ministe f War
will rob of his local htumuoc.
We cannot edict what t willi
claimed ou Vre i"n y Prot
of Marha TUl because s
heroic and massive stug&le a1 M
rthe German annles.
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to selodith prbr Ismeil will.
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Settlement Sought

In Family Dispute
Opportunity for discussing pos-
sible settlement was granted by
Mr. Justice K. Vincent Brown in
the Second Supremne Court yes-
terday to counsel engaged in the
family dispute over Laventille lands
in which a brother and seven other
brothers and sisters figure.
Hearing of the case will be re-
sumed this morning when the re-
sults of the parley will be an-
nounced to the court.
* Adjournment yesterday followed
further evidence led on behalf of
John Trotman, the plaintiff who
Is seeking, among other things, an
order for the specific performance
of an alleged agreement between
Ralph and Peter Trotman,. his
brother and executors of his dead
father's estate and himself'in 1939
by which he erected a house on a
spot of land forming prut cf the
estate in which he was a benefi-
ciary.

Trinidadian Gets

B.Sc. Degree
News has been received that Mr.
Frank Oswald Gonzalez, a Trini-
rad civil servant who went abroad
on one year's study leave last Sep-
tember has obtained the BJSc.
degree in agriculture at Macdonald
College, McGill University, Can-
ada.
Mr. Gonzales who was Agricul-
tural Adviser In Tobago at the
time of leaving last year is a
former student of the Imperial
College of Tropical Agriculture.
The "Trinidad Guardi-n" under-
stands that he will be pursuing a
special three months' course In
artificial breeding at Cornw'll Uni-
versity, U.8A., before returning to
the Colony.

U.S. Imports More

Rum From Cuba
WASHINGTON, May 25 (AP).-
The War Production Bcrd an-
nouneeG today that it had. author-
ied the import of rum and other
beverage cane spirits front Cuba,
in amounts almost filling the quota
st for this year, b) a pact be-
tween the United States and the
Cuban Government.
uing the great of the ear only
500,000 gallons will be imported.
The Cuban quota is 14,i00,000 proof
gallons but the high rate of im-
portsduring s aft lu V lk be-
foe limitations were ordered used
U-f'b0LtS-SS211oft of as Year
6a w~ret ordered
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uazeCte oi 6zrU peceme.lluiv, 11-
is hereby amended by deleting
the words "Sweaters, Pullovers,
Cardigans and Jumpers but not
including cheap Jumpers, Jerseys,
Cardglean: and Pullovers for
Boys," opposite the items 471. 472
and 473, and substituting therefore
the following :
Fancy and other hosiery,
471 o Cotton
472 of Wool
473 of other textile materials
Sweaters, Pullovers, Cardl-
gans and Jumpers exceeding
:0.00 per dozen f.o.b.
L. SPENCE,
Secretary, Control Board.
Old Po'. OtGce Building,
7, St. Vincent Street,
Port-of-Sraln.
23rd May, 1944.


FURNITURE


SALE


We beg to announce that ti'
Auction Sale of S. A. Howard Kq.
Furniture at Circular Road, St.
Augustine, has been poetponeC to
Saturday 3rd June, '44 at 1.30 p.m.

Instructed by 8. A. Howard Esq.,
we will sell all his good and useful
Furniture such as:--.,Pair Cyp
Single 3eds. Spring and Mattresses,
Iron Cot and MattrOs, Mosquito
Nets and Pillows, Blankets Ward-
robe, Presses and Dressing Tables,
Chest of Drawers, Towel Raetk, S
MirrorsM Marble 'op Table, Dbnm
Table and Chaiers. Combination
Table, Book Staid and SmAll Tables,
Writing Desk, Fibr Oarpt and
Mat, Small turpet Sideboard
Westminster Chime Clock, Morris
Chain and cOusbt. i Couches,
Stools, Marble Top Stands, Dinner
Gong., ie Chest, Me..t Rafes.
Tables, Chars. Dover Stove, S Bur-
W Blue lame Stove, Hot Plte,
Paper Basket, Tray. S, B Blnds,
Stp Ladder, 'awn Mower, Garden
T= l, melamware, O.lasware nd
Crockery, ame 1 Frtdge.
,l'tems on view day prior to and
morning of Sale anMd TeM-C-a.

Boyd & Hutchimon
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IM, btsolmi- expert and their --- -
Sw e toughest" Oo"ernment Office.,
St. Vincent,
24th Aprl, 1944.

sees Better NOTICE
Applications are invited for ap-
Spm iarUd pomntment to the post of Steno-
Sgrapher and C irt Shorthand
ROM PAE 11] Reporter which carr' salary at
the rate of 110 per annum rising
hape 200,000 Serbian peasants and by annual increments of 10 to 200
proprietors who are anti-German, per annum, the commencing salary
but strongly Serbian and who na- in this grade to depend upon quail-
turally hold to the view of peasant flcatlons and experience of the can-
ownership in the community In re- didate finally selected. War bonus
gard to property. They are not as is also payable, the pr;:-'nt rate
enthusiastic as regaWrds Commun- being 16 per annum. Free passage
ism as those in Croatia and 81o- o St. Vincent will be provided.
venia. Marshal Tito, the patriot The duties of this post will in-
leader, has sunk his communistic clude the taking of verbatim re-
aspect in his character a. a Yugo-
slav patriot leader. He has re- orts of cases coming before the
peatedly proclaimed his Intention Court.
of reversing the. property and social Application stating whether ap-
systems which prevail in Serbia, but pliant is married or single, and
these facts are not acceptable by containing full particulars of the
the other side. We cannot afford applicant's .qualification and ex-
at this crisis to neglect anything pertence, accompanied by certifl-
which will go towards an amicable cates and testimonials, should be
settlement.", addressed to His Honour the Ad-
minilstrator, Government Office,
RUSSO-POLISH RELATIONS St. Vincent, and must be received
Regarding Rus-Polsh relat not later than the 31st of May,
Regarding Russo-Polish relations,, 1944.
the Prime Minister said: "We M n n
deeply regret that fact and must Gordon Manclni,
take care to say nothing to make Government Sectary.
agreement more difficult in the fu- ______ Government rotary.
ture. I must repeat that the es- CONTROL BOARD NOTICE
sentlal party in any arrangement is
the regulation of the Polish east- Quota Licences For Goods
ern frontier and in return for any
withdrawals made by Poland in From The United Kingdom
that quarter she should receive _---
other territories which will give With reference to Control Board
her an ample seaboard and a ,good, Notice dated 1st November. 1943.
adequate and reasonable homeland published in the Royal Gazette
in which the Polish nation can of 4th Iovember, 1943, Importers
safely dwell. to whom quota licences in respect
"I have seen men who came only of goods from the United Kingdom
a few days before from Poland and have been issued, are requested to
told how they were under orders ensure that the words "1944 Pro-
of the present Polish Governmentgm form part of the serial
In London. I am most anxious number of the quota licence and
that this undergound movement nto erttthe othcria
Will not clash with the advancing t see that this Dart of the serial
Russian armies, but should help. I number is included in any com-
have the impression that thing munlcation sent to United King-
are not so bad as it appears on thed suppliers, giving details of
surface between Russia and Po- such licence. P
land. We would welcome any ar- sectar Co ntrl Bor
rangement between Russia and SecretOaryControl Board.
Poland, however it Is brought Old Post OffiCe Building,
about, 7. St. Vincent Street,
"In the meantime our relations Port-of-Spain.
with the Soviet and Polish Govern- 23rd May, 1944.
ments remain as stated, and reg- CONTROL BOARD NOTICE
lated by the public statements
whichhave been repeated from this Import And Export Control
bench during the course of the are-
sent war. I leave this question Regulations
and trust IfIt is dealt with in de-
bate those who deal with It will The list of goods in respect of
always consider what we want, $tdch Import Icences will not
namely, united action of all Poles be issued by the Competent
urih ii n with all Russians against all Ocr- Authority Dubllshed in the Royal
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CAMBRIDGE LCAM EXAiU*

The entry forms for the School Oertificate 3-,-
held here next December have been received. The
tor i Writing to Mr. W. D Mntal Secretaary m
ton, Post OMce e oa nIX t-of-Spai .
The entry forms should be returned to the a
lisat latest and should be aeoSCOMMualed by ra
and an acknowledgment should be received. ea
University Pee-Pull Oertieate .... gl l
Supplementary Certificate i1 *,
EnglUsh language only .. U
Local Fee ...................... .. $.
or each orsil examination ......
These fees should be pad into the Treasury, .
a Warden's Office.
The 1948 results are expected about the middle of M
candidates should await results before re-entering.

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Churchill Fores

Relations With
CONTINUEDD F'
nations who go to war with you
and nations who leave you alone."
Mr. Hayden Guest (Liberal, asked:
"Is not the Fascist force anywhere
preparing for attack?"
MR. CHURCHILL : "We do not
include In our programme any
forcible action against any Govern-
ment whose Internal form of ad-
ministration does not come up to
our ideas, and any remarks I make
on that subject refer only to enemy
powers and satellites who will go
down by force of arms. They are
the ones who ventured into the
open, and they are the ones whom
we shall not allow to become again
an expression of those peculiar
doctrines associated with Fascism
and Nazism which undoubtedly
brought about the terrible struggleI
in which we are engulfed."
Continuing, Mr. Church"' said:
"We speak plain words to the
Spaniards in the hour of our
strength as we did In the hour of
our weakness. I look forward to
increasing relations with Spain and
an extremely fruitful trade between
Spain and this country which, I
trust, will row during the war
and expand after peace. Iron
from BPAIlbao and north Spain Is of
great value to this country, both In
war and in peace. Our ambassador
goes back to Spain for further im-
portant duties, and I have no doubt
he goes with the good wishes of a
large majority of the House and all
thoughtful and unprejudiced per-
sons.


Port-of-Spuln.d
Mr. Marryshow Prqised
The Editor, "Trinidad GMudian"
All eyes today are centred on the
electioneering activities of Grenada,
the "political gem" of the West.
Despite the gospel that" ,as
beiny reached throughout the
West Indies. to cease division in
their ranks and close In to muster
the forces to strike more forcefully
and successfully towards the goal,
we have seen not only a division,
but a political satastrophe about
to occur The W.I.N. Party seeks to
OODOSe the Hon'ble T. A. Marry-
show with Mr. W. E. Julien, and
this move of course will create one
of the greatest contests to be ever
witnessed In history of the West
Indies. Be that as it may, the
West Indies ought to be proud of
Mr. Marryshow for the battles
which he fought to champion the
cause of federation and self gov-
ernment for the West Indies.
In many Instance, he stood alone
amidst barrage of dissention and
fierce opposition unswerving in
ideas, unvieldlne In faith.
D. A. BARTHOLOMEW
St. Joseph
Marryshow Not Supported
The Editor, "Trinidad Guardian"
Please grant me a space to voice
my views in contrast to Canon
Parouhar's "Candid Comments" of
Sunday, May 14.
The fact that the Hon'ble
T. Albert Marryshow allowed I
himself to be found outside the
folds of the W.I.N. Party shows
'aloofness' in my opinion which
proves Inability to 'co-operate
whereby these *Western Isles' may
secure their rightful share of the
'New Order' now In making.
His presence therefore, as re-
presentative of the 'New West
Indian' viewpoint on the People's
Council cannot be tolerated.
Give us new blood as Is found
within the ranks of the W.I.N.
party,
JAMES. L. LYNCH
Point Fortin
Night Classes Hardship ?
The Rditor, "Trinidad' Ouartan.'
While we must thank Govern-
ment for opening adult classes, and
for the gesture of promising to re-
fund the amount charged per term
to pupils who have attended 75
Super cent of the classes, yet they
Shave given no consideration to
those pupils who cannot attend
even as much as the 75 per cent.
Many ounl la work one week by
day and another by night and so
at best, cannot attend more than
50 per cent of the classes.
Government should consider re-
funding the fee to those pupis
(sufficient proof of course m ein
produced) who have sartinded 7
per cent of that 50 per cent.
A PUPIL 10 PLACED
Port-of-Spain
Poor Medical Service
The ditsw. "TrInUidd uardia"
My attention has been drawn to
the fact that at the present Jme
the medical serKlee at Todd's
Road is Inadequate.
The doctor visits the trct
once per week. In myv opinion, he
should visit the district twice per
week.
Government should have a well-
equipped dispensary with a (1d1s-
p-nser and nurse for rendering
first aid, tc,
The only means of travelling is
the train. It runs three times per
day. In the absence of the train.
what is the position of these poor
people? .Th nearest point at which
a doctor is available is eight miles.
Should any individual get Ill after
train tiUme, such an Individual will
i suffer or die without seeing a
doctor. I hope that Government
will rnot hesitate In giving their at.
tentton to the ne"ds of the dis
triet.
%A. S. L. DONAWA
Todd, Road


HEALTH DEfM

Vaeauei-i'
Saulatary 1
". ,a'h
Applicatloas aM
pointment as
Health Departmia .
2. The posts are -
carry a salary of
rising by annual
to O960 per anum'
Ject to passing -
by further annuald
$96 to $1,440 per
ments would be 40
two years In t th
would be subjet
medical examinaift"
3. Candidates
more than 30
must hold the
tary Inspector of,
tary Institute
pared to serve i
Colony to wlhs
posted for c*utly i
Applications sOe
to the Director
vices and sho li
on or before th
ERROLl~i
Actng
WORKMENo'S i
ORD


No

Re Death of
1. LJONEL J
Oropouche
workman
Trinidad
which
March 13,I.
2. CLEY -NT
FRED
late of
workmen
Antilles
(Trinidad)
occurred aS
1941.
Compenmatlon 1
ter having been
under Section 8 of,
Compensation I
pendants of the
set 2. C 0ement
Frederick Harris
quired to appear
missioner on
of June, 1944
the forenoon at
Port-of-Spain, I
sioner shallP O
the distributor
Proof of rell
ants to the d
be required by B
be furnished bf
enquiry. Such j
form of certifid
of rr.arriage as i
be necessary.
Dated this 10tI
A. v. itM


WUURI8 TDA, MAT S IM4.











TIIMIDAD GUADIARN, IUDAY, MAT K, 14


*WIW A I t
VORiLD twe AND I


Di's Ps

W'S Posit,


Mv W Wa(Reat)--
f at ommns r.-
on ftmordn aoftne
|MB woke ot f G"ep
8= sup abould
post-war word. Mr.
tnwpewe toe Labour
*> 5Id that tm world
end~ that the Dapir(
wM o real strength
1~t7 of purpose.
j out that Britain alone
at powers now in the
2laed war and the Do-
m Into It wdtlout ques-


Wnwood declared: *I
gSt to be made per-
to our Allies that we
SIn the world and a
to to he world which
to the full respect of
It Is clear that we
al point of view, a
Otry and tradition and
lowledge of world affairs
Wihr g'eat power POa-


-.r HEJOISM
bxftnwel. another Labour
sIaid the Empire gave
world a lesson in hero-
,Poland was attacked. It
fmor the United States
It Russia or any other
step In. He said the
Bpirel was equal to
gr great power and can
#world much in social ad-
,*'ThIs not the Impe.--
dayygose days," he said:
conception that Bri-
Sand women have come
social. ecpnomlo and
4an cement, not for the
Sexploitation, but for the
world organisation men-
W Mr. Churchill yesterday."
his belief that the
OWuM slMabcrlbed to this
authority .aiust be
to sacrifice i large part
IdPendence.
Bellsha, Independent,
same point In declaring
t sovereignty and
Authority were clear-
ble. He thought a
ton was essential
fulfil many useful pur-
thought It might fail In
eH suggested that as Eu-
be the source of the
H and thus, they might more
H Wmgoev the peace if they
'e the European pro-
Sf the world problem.
1m ,ouC


heS of Lords, too, debat-
affairs. Vsocount Cran-
long for the Goqen-
Sthe ams of British
Vdicy were clear and s/m-
about the earliest poe-
and to ensure a Just
'ft tg peace fterwsrds.
k*i did not always coincide
LN short-tanm aim of
te war .lght easily
naUons to enter into
IsM which might seriously
Mhe longo-term policy of
borne said In this war
e ment had entered into
t engagements of any kind,
ad her Allies had agreed
their hands free to ne-
n enduring peace settle-
'Flbe the timl came.

ing Classes

M Shows Start
*Ue mobile cinema shows in
lOne beginning at I o'clock
ouse of Refuge, the other
4t4 8.30 o'clock at the
Girls' Intermediate
be given by Mr. E.
theInormation Ocer,
for the House of
1 a selection of British
Ier with "Keep.pFit" and
: TtalUty show. first of
Which the Information Of-
100 Pl0asned to give there
r*day night for the benefit
Wits attending the adult
1h cases will consist mainly
'atinal films.
new arrangement for two
Oft r y nights will con-
idefinitely so that evening
S Students will be able to get
etaimenet and education
In the library of films
inaoatlon Office Is building
Iat the same time Gov-
t institutions will aB-- get
"15 Programmed.
Cer For
Welfare Post
L. Boyd. Warden of the
tWPXsy Hospital, British
tA expected to arrive here
Ltake up an appointment
tive Assistant and So-
QOffcer at the Chacas-
Kaa -rlun, the "Trnidad


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Italian Envoy Pan .
Momcow Talks
MOSOWMW. W (AP)-
Ow to italln a Sy,.
rivedhere todgy and In an
iPm, sId timt e plmed nU
rly Bmetc with Rlsan om-
aI. reatie to relattoms with
the Italian Oovrnment and the
Sovioto.
Quartonsi ered In Moscow
prevIously fast secretary and
S also asacting counmelor at the
embassy. c the last seven
yeat he has been Italian Min-
d eter In Afghanistan.


$480 Fines For

Unauthorised

Use Of Vehicles

Unauthorised ua e of their motor
vehicles brought two city motorists.
John Acham and Sylvester Bonas,
ines of $480 each and a warning
from the magistrate. Mr. B W.
Celestain that repet!" 4 of the
offence would lead to forfeiture of
the vehicles.
Granted Permlts to acquire their
vehicles for specified purposes,
the two men, It was stated, put
them to other uses than those au-
thorised.
Instead of using his truck to
carry foodstuff Acharn was found
with a load of sand, while Bonas,
a commission agent, used his
motor-car to teach persons to
drive.
Mr. V. H. Stollmeyer appeared
on behalf of the Transport Emer-
gency Board.
Found guilty of the larceny of a
variety of articles ranging from
carpenter's tools to wearing ap-
parel, and the unlawful possession
of several others, Wliam Nestfleld
was yesterday sentenced to 18
months' Imprisonment bv Mr. B.
W. Celestain in the Second Police
Court.
The .-agistrate commended De-
tective Constable Rique for his
keen work In the matter and
asked that the Commissioner of
Police be informed.
George Dabasle, a city man. was
yesterday committed to stand his
tr;A at th6 next Assizes on an
accusation of shooting Mrs. Vera
and Mr. Percival Singh with In-
tent to murder.
Further evidence was led yes-
terday as the preliminary inquiry
Into the charge of murder against
Horace Lewis was resumed before
Mr. B. W. Celestain.
Lewis Is accused of the murder
of Neville Daniel at the Queen's
Park Savannah.


Clement Harper pleaded guilty
to an aorusation of selling fowls
above the schedule price and was
fined $120 or three months.
Harper sold three fowls weighing
121lb for $10.80 Instead of $5.76.
Caught by Constable Brown
taking four pieces of cedar board
from the Government Railway
Dremilses, Frankle Edwards and
Edward Caesar were convicted
and fined $30 or 30 days each on
an accusation of theft.
Alick Kerr who obtained a ration
book by using another person's
registration card wae yesterday
convicted and fined $15 or 21 days
for failing to register.

Credit Societies

ToMeet Tomorrow
Annual meeting of the Federa-
tion of Agricultural Credit Socie-
ties takes place at the Town Hall,
San Fernando, tomorrow, starting
from 10 amn.
Among the items on the agenda
Is an address by Mr. R. 0. Wil-
liams, Acting Director of Agricul-
ture. Other speakers will Include
Mr. Harold Neal Fahey Controller
of Local Food production, Mr.
Andrew Rose, Agricultural Tech-
nologist, and Mr. R. A. Stinlforth,
of the Imperial College of Tropi-
cal Agriculture.


Britons Abandon

Holiday Plans
By JAMES LONG
LONDON, May 25 (AP)-Thous-
ands of British cnmllies cancelled
plans for the Whitsuntide holidays
under the warning' that the train
service may be subject to stoppage
without notice, and with the tight
ban on the coastal zone.
The Germans made a trial probe
for invasion secrets by E-bt pa-
trol dashes across the Channel In
coastal raids.
The Russian Agency, "'iss," re-
ports that rumours from Berlin
state that Himmler had left for
France in a suggetsed )sperate
11th-hour attempt to evolve pro-
paganda means to counteract he
purposeful broadcasts of Elsen-
hower's detailed "D" day Instruc-
Stions to the French.


Wilson Shatters 440-Yard



Record At Oval Track


Fernandez Bags More Wins

But Disqualified In 9-Mile

Mickey Fernandems gave w*amin ore sparkling displays In the In.
tercolonial cycle races and was c ab headed once In four starts on
Wednesday after a *lean sweep na the first day, but P. 0. Wilson, Bar-
bados-born Trinidad representative cOntributed the oustading feat
o* the T.AA.C. sports held at the Oval by smashing the 400-yards
record with a run of 492-6 seconds.


In doing so. Wilson beat BUli
Guerram into second place and
clipped two seconds off that run-
ner's time, 494-5 seconds, which
nad stood as the Trinidad-mark
for tihe distance for the past two
years. e
Wilson held second place for the
first half of the race then turned
on a brilliant sprint in the last
200 yards to score a ten-yard vic-
tory with R. P. Carter, the B. 0.
representative third while Felix
Harding. one-time champion trailed
the four-man team.
Before the record can be offclal-
ly recognis -d the T.A.A.C. will re-
measure the track to certify the
distance.
Fernandes, winner of three events
Qn the first day, won the match
race in easy fashion, sprinted away
with honours in the mile and
headed the field in the nine-mile
of his four starts, but a protest
was lodged in this race. At the pro-
test meeting Fernandes was dis-
qualified,
Felix Brown was made winner
of the event. Lewis second and
Mongul third.
There were four contestants In the
half-mile match race, Keith Cou-
sins. Jamaican champion, N. Night-
ingale of Barbados, Laddie Lewis,
the B. 0. ace, and Mickey Fer-
nandez.
Fernandez dashed away easily
and won unchallenged, while Cout-
sins came with a grand drive to
outride Nightingale and Lewis In
the last 30 yards to claim second
place..
The big thrill of the day was
provided In the nine-mile.
In the last lp Fernandez went
Into the lead at the uncov-
ered stands and In the final
50 yards, Terry challenged. The
stage was all set for a great
battle home when Terry and Dar-
rington Barlowe came tumbling
down. and a protest was lodged.
Laurie Rogers had done some
good pacing and put a lot of in-
terest In the race, then the Sflrl
lap and more thrills.
Fernandez was almost home, the
crowd was surging on the field,
Terry was making a last great ef-
fort and then came the spill, about
two yards from the finishing line.
Barlowe, right behind Terry,
also fell.
Fernandez was disqualified for
riding out of his course, and al-
though In the Judges' opinion It
might not have been Intentional
they had no other alternative as it
wss he who was responsible for
Terry and Barlowe coming down,
they reported.
Just after he had won the half-
mile match race, Fernandez was
beaten out of place In the Inter-
colonial race over the same dis-
tance.
In this event Darrlngton Bar-
lowe, former Barbados champion
domiciled here, scored his only
triumph of the meeting whipping
Terry In a thriller, while W. Mon-
gul, B. G. representative rode a
brilliant third.
Spotlight fiat event, the 100yards
Intercolonial race. was won by
GOrorge Lewis, who led his star-
studded field almost from flag fall
to finish to beat George Baker into
second place with Corporal B.
Franklyn coming with a drive to
earn third.
Record-holder Zverald King, who
did the distance In 9.7 secs. last
Easter, apparently suffered a leg
injury, while D. Wood, the Bar-
bados chanipion ran only ten yards
and stopped.
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distance champion, saw Mannie
RamJohn take the bell and brisken
the pace ase the Ltal round started,
but 200 yards, from home he turned
on the ., passed Ramjohn and
won the mile In grand style.
I. Pierre won the 230 yards flat
In a hard run from Sot. Tull, white
H. Hall did the splendid time of
50 3/5 eeconde to annex the quarter-
mile from B. Warner and H. Mit-
chell.
In the "A" clasu cycle races,
Thomas O'Connor beat Paul Aut
rUSte in the one-mile, while U.
aldron outrode O'Connor and
Mulraine In the five-mile.
Harqld Williams. winner of both
"A" class events on the first day,
and 'chosen to ride in Intercolonlal
events faded out of the picture
on Wednesday,
Norris Procope, Queen's Royal
College sprint ace, outran G. Rous-
seau, St. Mary's College sprinter, in
the 100-yards for schools and col.
19. Phelps and H. Mendoza each
scored a victory In the intermedi-
ate cycle aces. The six-mile was
ridden at a very fast rate.
H. Austin, who nave Mendoza a
hard battle in the six-mile, took
the two-mile cycle event for "B"
class, while B. Hamel-Smith beat
T. Ghent and R. de Montbrun in
the boys under 14 mile race.
Another outstanding achievement
on Wednesday was the record leap
of L. R. Cyrus, former Barbados
champion, who cleared the bar. at
6 feet 21 inches.
The sports will continue on Sat-
urday and part proceeds will go to
the Convent Relief Fund.
Following are the results of
Wednesday's events :
i-MILE CYCLE (Match Race): I V.
Fernandez, 2 X. Cousins, 3 N. Night-
Ingals. Tlme-1:12%.
4-MILE CYCLE Intrrcolonlal): 1 D.
Barlowe. 2 G. Terry, 3 W. Mongul.
Tnime- 1:06%.
2-MILE CYCLE (Inlervolonlal): 1 M.
Fernandez. 2 0. Terry. 3 D. Barlows.
'nime---5:37 ..
9-MILE CYCLE Inltercolonlal) I Brown
2 LewIs, 3 Mongil. First Lap Prize:
L. Rogers: 2nd: 1. Lewis
1-MILE CYCLE ("A" Class1 1 T.
O'Connor. 2 P. Auguste, 3 E. Crave-
dor. Time--2:47.
B-MILE CYCLE RACE ("A" Class): 1
L. WaltIron, 2 T O'Cpnnor. 3. Mul.-
ralne.-: Lap prize; P. Plaza. 'Time-
14:51%.
1-MILE CYCLE (Intermedilate.: 1 C.
Phelps. 2 H. Mendosa, 3 G. Armslrong
Time 2:36%.
6-MILE CYCL (Intermniediate & "":
1 H. Meniloza. 2 H Aumin, 3 C.
Nelson. Lap prize: F. dePea. Time
-1l:31%.
2-MILE CYCLE ("B" .Class): 1 HI. Ale-
tin, 2 C. Gonsalves, 3 X. GlagOw.
Ttme--5 :21.
1-MILE CYCLI (Days 14 and Under): 1
R. Hanel-S atth. T. Ghost, R.
deMontbrun, Ttme--B:19.
100 YARDS FLAT (Intercolonlal): 1 0.
lewis, 2 0. Baker, 3 B Franklin.
Time: 10aeco.
440 YARDS FLAT (Intercnloniall: 1 P.
Wilson, 2 E. Guerra, 3 R. P. Carter.
Time--49 -, rsees.
220 YARDS FLAT (Open): 1lt Heat-
I F. Tull. 2 L. Win,. Time 2%.
2nd Heat: 1 F. Tureton, 3 F. Cudjoe.
Tlme-23%.
rcONTINUEO IN NaXT COL.1


Chinese Beat

Indians In

Annual Game
Amid scene of wild e tement,
John Ahow, Chinese athletic Uand
cntaro span bowler, mcln bowled
S. M. lAUl to sen.; a star-studded
Bat Indian comblsaton toppling
to defeat three minutes to six
o'clock in the annual Chinese East
bIdlan cricket math played this
yedat Skinner Park, for the
beautiful Deo Boodoolngh tro-
pnor n Wednesday.
thowas the first oealddn on
which a decision was reached, two
previous matches having ended in
tame draws.
TWaknOg first turn at the crease.
Chinese, led by stirling knocks of
6 and 43 by dapper Rupert Tang
Choon and a patient A. M. Sue of
B.a.. totalled 158 after Si bour'
batting.
Bet to get 160 In two hours N.
Asrall and S. Ntanath in a
grand attempt to beit the clock
ratteled up 82 runs in 70 minutes
but with the dismissal of them
two stalwarts R. Tang Choon
bowling at medium pace, ind John
Ahow with good length leg-breaks,
broke the backbone of the 7-ast
Indian batting and bowled them
out for 139 to snutch victory for
their side by 20 runs in a truly
exciting finish.
CHINESE
7. rung e arkar b Peraud ............. 1
F. -hu Cheong b Loorkoor ..... I1
A. M. ie StipereBad h ILoorknnor .... 42
P. Tang Choon Ibw. b stpermad ....... s
A, Sankar b loorkoor ....... 7
C. 0. LeT Fook b Supersad .. ........
John Ahow not out .. ............. 14
A. Aehanm lbw b All t ..................
L. Yaw HIp b All .... ......... ....
G. K. Lee
FL Lowe hit wicket b All . (
x eras .. .. ..... ............ i. t
Total . ISA
BOWLING ANALYSIS
0 H R W
R. Loorkor ,. . ........ 13 35 3
C.e eruad ............. 2 1 1
8: M. Ali ..... ...... . 3 1
S. Niamath ................ 3 11 Ii
A. Mohamrtei . 1 24 1
A. H asanali .... ...... : 1 17 0
D. Bupersad 1 10 2
EAST INDIAN
S. ftamaro c Bitr b L)o"a . I
S. NIamath c wkpr. b Ahow IA
N. Aegarali c I-owe h Ttanig Choon bAl
N. Karkar c Yaiu Hip b Tan Ctioon 1i'
D. Supermad run out 11
A. Haanall Ihw. Ahow ...... A
A. Loorkoor h Tan Choon ... .. 7
F. HaasanNl r b Tang Ch,e, ... 7
C. PmSald nod n out .
S. M. All b Ahow ..................... .
A. Mohamed absint.
Extras .. .................... 4
Total .139
BOWLING ANALYSIS
0 M R W
C. T.A Pok ............. 4 1 16 0
R. Lowe 4 It1
R Tang Chonon ... ..... 4T 4
John Ahow ... .... 11 0 41 3
L. Yau Hip 2 0 15 0
ICONINUEoD FROM FP.EVIOUS COL.]
Vrd Mleat: I L. Pierre, 2 It. Thomp-
sn. Tlme-.23'a.
Final: 1 L. Pierre, 2 L. WInn, 1.-
Tull Time- 23ece.
440 YARDS FLAT (Open) Final: I I.
Hall. 2 B. Wairner, 3 I. MItchell.
Time-50% sees.
I-MILE FLAT (Openl: I W Tull. I U.
RamJohn, 3 H. Graham. Time 4:35%.
100 YARDS FLAT (Colleges and Schoolsil:
let11 Heat: 1 0. Rouaseni,. 2 1. ISmith,
3 F Farrrell. Time 10%.
2nd Heat: 1 N. Procope. 2 K. Innle,
3 C. Osborne. Time 10%.
Final: 1 N. Procope, 2 (. Roue.eau.,
3 K. Innis. Time 10%.
HIGH JUMP (Openf: I L. Cyr, I.
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Port-ef-Sla.

WAR SAVINGS CERTIFICATES-CENTRES WITH SALES
OF OVER $5,000.


1.
2.
3
4.
a.
1.
1.
i.
tO.
10.
11.
12.
33.
14.
15.
It-
16.
17.
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19.
30.
21.
22.


Barclays Bank. Port-of-spain
oyal ankm of Canada. Port-of-Srain
St. AuudsUne--t. Jeoh
Barclays Bank. San ermu"do
Headquartea Win the War Association
Trinidad Buildif and Loan Asociation
Royal Bank of Canada. San Fernando .
Anex (Trinidad) Oilflelds. Ltd...
Information Office and Sub Centres
Scarboroueh
oordon Orant & Co.: Ltd.
San Juan..
0No. P. HuRgins & Co.. Ltd., San Fernando and
OaraDlehalma
Arlma
Coito=s .,t Ectse Department
Brechin Castle
Canadian Bank of Commerce ..
TinIdad Petroleum Development Co., Ltd.
Roxborough .
Plymouth
Other Centres with 'em of les than 6.000


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74" 0
. 7,806
7.m.00
7,261.20
,04.40
M83.40
6.70.00
. 8,078.00
44,4A.J
78TM.a320


SALES BY BOROUGHS AND COUNTIES


Port-of-Spain
San Fernando
St. Oorge
Tabago .
Cartmi
St. Patrick
Arima
St. Andrew-St.
Nariva-Mayaro
Victoria ..


Dvid


SALES AT


n 1041 5 months
nI 194312 months
n 1943 12 months
n 1944 4 months
Total to 30th April. 1944


G.P.O. AND W.W.A. (
G.PO. W.W.A.


. $302,60440
S 82,286.60
S475,18.230
S 131,407.20
$1,391,432 40


10f.71t.40
496,4M6.40
130.468.40
$739.A23.20


.. 7.18.60
S130A40.00
100,612.00
34.413140
32,43960

6.761A0
1.1958

2739,6233

CENTRES


TOTAL
$202,604M.40
689,004.00
71.5,71.60
267,8758,0
2.131.06,80


LET YOUR MONEY DO SOME FIGHTING


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WAR SAVINGS CERTIFICATES
THEY YIELD 3.6% INTEREST


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l Talk Of trinidadI
f : L T.. T Mum m n "o
n1 i 60T te AetNg Ow or t1o0 d p307 for thM e '%
r ide rEBd, the Oo?0 of Trinidad as godfatber. who
a .M t daWr of Mtie Donbte mrd da ftlatoe sa sbaptlosd at
r C h o Wiednesday mrm'ani.
b godmoghra ware AnM WIUfr4 Urich and a friend of Mr doe
tuoW W 0 ie to In BiaDd, Mim Veda letcher. The names choen
I te baby we nl d Jean. Hi Orace the ArchbsWop f the
P I "ie m el fned the oereamy.
dIur leteRip Trrtlldad for Xnsland recently, the Gove.rrn went
S his oa.Eughte and gaO her a sliver cup served wit lthe
i nk:d "Do ~ Jun from the Hon'ble 8Sr Bede Clifford.'
After the cmumny. the Acting Governor, attended by the A.D,.C.,
jes. SCarki wH iGrate the Archbishop. went to Mr. and Mrs.
{smi'bme. where a small Parlty was held In honour oft the

III dame at the Trinidad Countlry Club on Wednesday evening
LwV MS nimlnoent of Carnival. although 'the majority of the mem-
i s r nolt'ln disguise. An "ild mauk" band. however, in Uall 'y
S qust r cotntes. with paiUnm leaves. branches, and so on. at 0.h
ampo a ever-pitch when they started to dance around the floor.
fioward the end of the evening even those who wire evening dress
ctaned te rvellers in their "lump up."
Bai tbere been a prim tor the bst costume :t .oild, no doubt,
IV gone to MlM Toni Roberts, who was go't up as an Indian pundit.
Among the bi crowd I noticed Lieu lt -Colonel Baker. Commander
ad tir Donald Ll.nd Uy, Mis Marjorie Knowles,. Mr. Oeorge Kitter-
4@e Mr. and Mrs. Eric Pollonals, MilS Edna C-oryat, Miss June and
IM Jocelyn OzGuy; Mr. and Mrs. Don Wllams. Miss. Gloa Laughlin,
JLt. T m Boye, Mr*, Terry Mat. Mrs. Elbe Farfan, Mis Gladys
lordon, Capt. and Mrs., Read. Mr Jerry Goidstein,. Lieut. and Mrs.
lobertApsIon. Lieut.".ratherwelght"Fink, LIeut A. Wilkiison, Mr, and
Ara. P Sutherland, Mr and Mrs. F. Labor. Mr. and Mrs Harmon,
iaton, IUeut.-Coionel Frank Casy. Mr. 'V'-rin"a' liend1lf,. Miss
ilen' Hutchlnson. Mr Hollev, Mws Hilda Smith Mss flettv Lindsay,
WtIs Ana Lenagan, Mis.s Gloria Rastant, Mr, Maui:i e dr (*anine.A,
r. Conrad O'Brien, Mr. Don and Miss Joan H'.fgi'3.. ,M"-,s Patsi
,DBrien. Miss Rosa Orsini. Mslc Audira Mil. Miso rviesira Orsni.
at.. and Mrs ...rtile ,reenwood,. Ieut Bohb Wia Sii, Mr. and
drs, Clifford Trettrais, Mr. and M'S. luar;-, Uli,, and 'hiers *oo
tlumonerous to meriz.on.
SAM told that the dance a. t p ree'ra.s 'e C',f.,h ,,I a,.so a L:g .'ic-
cess. There were about 40 couplis on the '"o- lii.li t,, t'erbch; was
n good form. The patio wtas decorated wi.ti .111.1s ,i"hn e whole Dlare
rith red Ixora. and ftamhoyant NIL, lrPc's D in w -' it ifortliately
Unable 'o sing, but the bhrach was ;i.o 8...;fv tn ed by "Maxie" of
'Al ddinl" tmae, who .a,'lg )mne .',1'hy :!i"rs ,d g' e ol hi ve')
tilever Wit*. "M axIt"' 1 a r ,>an ;.hine rog ni i:, q ri 't ,n !.
Mr. Harden Boos. 'he ecreiarv-riin n.it'!, v. pl sll omi.t moe big
airpries for this week-etd:.r Ard ,ft" i fI'l Is that repairs have
Ltreadv started on the ro.,ll *', the crib. l.im are aLso afoot for
-ransport.atlon. Mr. BO( inel:. m, rars wi;: .mii >be a it,;able to rol-
Vt members who b>'k, by calling the cli)b ur'or ,hand, as werl as .o
e them horne,
Among teil diners And danwers pr"fen, were Mator find Mrs. Cour-
r1ny RnOkS, wil'h a utriv "f fiee. Mr. F' i'dinl tn l>- P'ii m M'adefn.
k(as S.S HutchuisonI M%1. C'. K.ltmI n, l, o' f,.rhi i. Mr. (,riorge Brih!',
,tth a partr.' of 22, M:. I.', I, I re. M. A KM.r,,, ':;, p'. I B3owrr,l .
M,4s C. A.idiie, Mr. ll:1, hte. i, rbi s. (Cad'1 f1 l)turr-. M.; Clair,.
ritklne.-Llndnp, lieu!, Prriw san ('0:\n'r. Mis. l. I MI :'ltil, Mr,
nd Mrs. Frank Ppeer, Mr ,J Matnd'er. Mis M Mayer, MN- .I Abra-
ta, Mr. A. H. Hampl-Smrl'h and Mr. aid Mrs. C:irle lttiant.
0 0
'HOSE who have 'acclved tnt 'atlons are rt.nilil Oh(of the da'n'e to
be lheld by the Walran!til (')f ',:';. 8', lt ."f'i1;f:e!i', land ,dSvrr4,ants.
rt Hsl Ma.lesty'a Force atI tnrir me's a' st. Jamns Barrack.s tonight.
& good time prorn ised to those attending.
AMOsO recent pasengers to Barbados xai, Mr ; llio" Reece. Rhe
haslim goi for a two-mlOi'.h.'s' nation n v'd ,'! ike ;]r o opportl-
Oilty of visiting her daughter I)rohv, wli Is a i,,1ill at 'the U'rsitilinet
Convent, and her younger .n, Frraniklin,
M .f BBRTRAM BOIRINP, is In (i'ha'ge ,-.f t;>c re.ho',ntli which
will be available dlriln. he lIn''rval :i1. IlI- ,n Mary Keay's ) Dan-t-
(t1 Y'OtIl, 1944," which !t l nty g i'etIP'[I'',I, a' t, It plrtl{lv'", Billid lg at,
1I o'clock this afternoon in I iw! ofte IIP rd rf '; Arraiir :'ntn'.s Tor
uaheraing are in the hand, of Mrs .1. W. Iii,.
T EAVIO Trinidad for Jamalca ortly is Mr. ,,1.., Arthur of Apex.
Mr'. Arthur, who ham lived in Trinidad for several years, will be
biddtg hm triends farewell for a long time,. a he has taken a post-
ut I n that land. I am Cure, however, he will return to visit ua
durt his holiday y s
IT MAY not b* generally known that th w nir'n ;id, ;irl of England
have 40 coupons a year for e,'lhr', 1tt,. 'i.wr i 'ii," ., t-hit and Is a
wwon when tropical clothing Is. i t'ihp xIt wil I o- a greatly help If
friends ed relatives noiul.I 'rn Win i'mi"' i't ne ,, thi predtt
derse Ot which vo l have such a nuwmiblrhi and w1,hn It,'ll(d help
brlghtan things toe then. -I.1h
Manv of them would lIke 'o pay for th.s dr, .r< or send the
"flvalent to mnom fund n,4 mnl\ carnV ilt v dlrtd se's n Fiigland.
It would entail wry little tr -ihl e i I illt !It i a ipni,'el wi'lihille
ot more than 5.1b, Marnk on tih6 otltSiA', "'(Ift of Wo'l rclithing,"
with, of osurfe, the name and adtdrr-.s of iher isio'iit I, hvciis teut
to, Ct a permit tromn the C'ontrol Board and post vith '; of stamps. The articles must n' t he new.....
If there 1i anyone interested Who has no r latlvp or frtrnd. in
3Wland anylhtng mae he sent Mis' Ptidler, 8 Victoria Avenue, who
l forward It to the East. London Mission.


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>rvE AM5WElEPA
MILLIX*NOFTEME
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1PEAt MV/ PAPEi?


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TPVrNG TO
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Delicioui Breakfast Drink

Made From Local Chocolate .XW*(4
a> A( -ui *.L.L^NOW PJLAYIN--
t "a s II mI
Many uwmen an ro meanme besueStant s Gokcobate, hehos rwl at 44-
1~ ~~a ant {tvuM*- 4M asiote too bu M loa- a
coming invt~o uatot~d a* ar ewidtctfo htr~tbr ^ ^.
In Tetrtded a ehsesbb pewie' i o= ale at mU We ar wh will th ,
make us Into the wmeet de*T101%riunod


Among the beat be hot ebooolate.
Not Just a a a rgAtty mRture of
ehocolate powder and Water. tA
the real foamy mixture whik
the French cetehoi o for breektfi
and vry delightful It l, toe. Made
properly, It Ia sot weft and sikl*
but is a refreshing drnk whih
sroe down very wel either btond
or with mornlag breakat, or for
a Anal drink in the ool of the
evening. I also carries very well
in a flask and to fine on a paicnits.
Necessary Ingredient are:
3 demertasoons chocolate now'
der.
1i dessortspoona sugar
I1 desertspoona butter
2 desertspoon powdered milk
1 densertspoon honey. (Thil
can be left out and more
sugar added If necessary.)
All Ingredients must be thorough-
ly mixed in a larKe .ug and then
li pints of boiling water added.
Now take a swizile-stick and swlz-
zxle until the whole jugful Is thick
and foamy. Thin taken a little
ame but must be done an quickly
as possible so that the chocolate
will not get too cold, and it should
be served immediately in a wide-
mouthed cup or small soup bowl
to be at iIts bet.


Mr. Slewat Anion, the on of
MK. Ivy Anton and the late
Mr. Anton, Mbo left Trinidad
with the Merchant 4oatiWBent.
He tius now witht Ba...i


FOR THB KIDDIES Canadian Tank Corps in Xng-
land iand h "graduated re'ent-
Next we come to a chocolate- aly a sa wirele sopersttor.
flavoured milk which is popular ___a ____a_
with (he youngsters. For this 1 ,-,-
desaertpoon, chocolate and 1 des- D r
to one pint of hot milk either pow-
teied or fresh. It can he served "Dancing Youth, 1944" at the
hot or put In the refrigerator for Prince's Building, 5 p.m.
use fs an Iced drink. Lecture on "Ceylon." at Y.WCA..
8.30 p.m.
Tomorrow
Just For A Change Grand dance tn aid of Chinese
school, Drill Hall. San Fernandlo.
ITo mnake a change. neive ftird Dance at Perseverance Club.
fisah with eggiplant dnne in thi Dance at the Trinidad Country
fashlion PrPl eggplants and dice ClUb,
into half inch sizes. Dip them in r9rtL n
hbeaten egg and roll in cornmeal. orthcoming vns
r'yv them brown In good fat or oil "Decoration flvy" dance at the
and drain on a piece of brown N A.S., Chaguaramas. on Tuesdav,
papei lKeep. them very hot and NMay 30.
heap them around yotr piece of Ir "Irtk'n (ri'rds" Prinre's Build.
fried fish. It in a meal In Itself. ing,, 83U, Tuesdaiy, Iav 30.

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TODAY at 5 and 8.30 p.j-m.gsa DoublWe
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2. MAGNIFICENT DOPE with Don A


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TODAY at B & 8.80 p.m.:- 1
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Quick ................. $7,20
39 Saddle Road-New--
De Luxe ............. $18.000
D PrettiUest. home on Long
Circular Rd. Very latest
design. Freehold ..... (14.000
1 Hunter Street ..... 13
14 Warren Street-
"Beauty" .............. 89,500.
Building Lot Barataria ., $300
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& Sinaria Hill. Rental
31--Real Bargain .... $I=00
15 & 16 Stanelaus
Place-Freehold .... $7,500
* Davis Street-Freehold
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Frederick Street Pro-
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20 Roberta Street ...... 5.200
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M5 De Verteull Street.
Poseslon ............. 815,000
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........1302
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Senate Orande 172
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P e Motion Debate Government
Departmental Faults VZO= = House Party
the Colony on June 1 onl media. _
SH *, ^ - i *e advie w to r a o e M o n eLn.i Dr. .
1W m A11111wV.be11116 pe aOtozee F a@ 0orR evue
w.ina t o t od Pir a dsrbutom o( woarmo, e d'anSP wu Olnfomemd Mr. Ar. -- --
am aad totaVe 11o111a f l th mA be cered suitable to GePol r enfti? Rlhe party w ex-
K lll~tN. W ~r w tn tb Pete toUo aten the repastf~ paar.
Amedsioimpvem" intheWaler ituatiheres t Is now ani his.wa to Tra- forms tee of the Carnival reiue
7 mjortp wAt by the Port-f-s1pln itty Council last d from ga4. "Land of the Calypo." to be saased
a&dunder the distinguished patronage of
a| tea a hal hoiur ad b. x , Excelency the t. Ung Governor.
w~m In in aid of Anglo-Arn%-gi-M -W
l -- w~f_ tand cun toehnicl Stan and not &, Fl ;ritJtk l es.u, at the lb ire Them" ti..zI
nitarQc=- Convent Relef caru Es,
ttIt at o the PC above It, In order to to.len
Describing1 as.A !t^.... Tilheie. ., whI&was rodce
the in movnghisto"Fund Soars ow
KSS m motion obs of the th the 4h^: "^itet tha United Mates foredam-An in r.
~ (iiteU that ther be absrated andreplaced o nu. RM AE I Hdad with at" prlnein the
larUoui thei co in his ([CONTINUaF PROM PAGS ] n. t o e n in the
ted, bo* al sitwhen biy a ve la' Uoe" united States, hNIhights M
Sand oe eo os Hent uto e to delete Sequal of charty exteded to us in tfrom the two days, nival priesen.
t were Imple- the words nd that such Oomit- our trials I v* ner experi- tton on the stage. Taking part
awet on to that t ve recutivepopea.!"nd to encedt. We e-neer eXh our a- Juanita C-om z, Queen of the
dUoli t to remouythe wor ds "and ta tude. Wehsope thatO God will Carnival, An Cre nona, specialty
nw 01411114. Lall =vious eonllttee should beDen h and reltward them one dancer Attila the Hen, the Tiger,
b movuni the M- abr ted.. hundredfold for their aid to us." Lord and Lady lere and Ro6ita ho
all the O1nc lors W PLAW ethe Rev. Mother was be- were kindly allowed to take .art In
some Ior or oer e- 119g Interviewed by the "rrinidad S how through the courtesy of
teoenteontalsed Ia WineV-g up the debate, the Ouardlan," a feeble old woman: th-ir manner, Mr. H. Khan: ud
Mayo referred to the statement In among numerous persons coml in p Lrd Beginner Kitchenter, Cyrl
j. Milton itorn. se.- the resolution that the City Xnlin- tooffer their ad, said: "Please; Mo-y Or unroe: -Histrical; WildaIndian;
motion aid that they eer had reported that the city was their, I have oome to offer my Dragon B;amboo-ambooandother
co erned In the water being supplied with an adequate assistance for nothing. I do not Carnmval bands. oe
W d thev were not there supply of water, and stated that he want any money for anything I Due to the expected last minute
sac'W that they were ahimselfWas not conscious of any do." To this the Rev. Mother ruth for seats precautions areheing
best and that the staff such statement having been made replied: "God bless you," and ta ,n to have everyone in thefr
its best In order to get by the Engineer. "What I under- thanked her for her offer. seats before the show starts at 8.0
water supply, but they stood him to say was that with A solemn requiem mass will be .m Bookns will continue at the
let It appear 1at they the installation of the new engine celebrated on Whit-Monday at m.Be froomn 5 p ic. until 7. 30 P. M.
an their best. He felt that and pump It would be expected 8.30 o'clock, by His Oravce the Most tthe doors will be opened.
d do a little more than that we would have an adequate Rev. Dr. Finbar Ryan, Archb..hop Dur, the day seats ma& be re-
z. w.- arrs th ht upply." Councillor Wooding ob- : Port-of-Spain, for the repose of served at Messrs. Davidson and
eE W. Harris thought served. the souls of Mother Aloysius, MeT- Tdd Ltd.
pood idea or theln He added: "Then the statements their Veronica; Mother Joseph .nd Du o the stargn of this how,
thepston with rh-a o on to say that I promised at a Mother Eulalle. the n Br pic ,
ter ueston. e ha recnt he Warner Brothers picture, 'Al-
e water question recent meeting that conditions REL EF FUND SCARS ways In My Heart" will start to-
a few -niUPalgoafte r wodld .e improved as from May I.
us re that a lot of bit- What I in fact did ay was that Givig isther evidence of gen-morrow instead of tonight.
ad been said about the It was expected that conditions uz om unimtlt sympathy, the pub- -
iiOn. He felt that some- would Impr. I could not and did le continued to pour In donations ine Gad oa
I*ld be done but he could not ma Pe an promise definitely or to te Convt Relief Fund opened Road BO
r C to henCnveneRelef Fnd Oened194
l otiont the asked otherwise. I eel from the point of by j Oraco the Archbishop of d
*-- yy ^ "S ^%werS u vw of accuracy it is necessary for Port-of-Spain on Tuabday. Contri- e;i((p TStlp
Sej delegate its powers to e to mention that." b'titions yesterday t .iled in total Estimates Issued
Councillor Wooding went on to of 6,341 to bring the fund up to revenue and
mIPARTMENT say that at the present time there $13,356. Estimates of 1944 revenue and
WATMEin exience a single committee The day's total Included the sum expenditure for three Local Road
Loui B. Thomas saidt which had been .o"!.mltted the of 11,000 from the Dominican Boards see published as Council
LouiAseB, Thomas e said^ ^tn^a. d^ S yPpr wt etWds"oa
sof0 Alderman Vidale question of water supply and distri-cFthers Omitted fron, the first day's Papers with yesterday's Royl
| eect that the department button, and explained why it ,,as lis ,"(contributors. uazette."
strolled the water prob- the committee had not yet met. He In addition to oa.h contributiont Tie Naparirm Board contem-
Sthe lty was very weak in- sad that after the scheme had been several offers of amsistance have plates recurrent expenditure of
hinm very forcibly. approved for .elaying the mains been received. The Singer Sewing $73,6"8.39 and $1358550 extraordln-
S onclud Counclor between Lone Circular Road end Machine Co. of 14 Frederick Street ary expndltre; The St. Ann's and
S td that the OouncUil Knaggea Hill, he Indicated *o the has kindly- presented through the Diego Martin Board etlmaces it
ltInt a water engineer. Council that he hap submited a Catholo Parents' Association, a will spend $61,656 on recurrent and
r l vlianB Henry pointed memorandum to th, City Eirneer brand new sewing machine. $18,179 72 olt extraordinary works;
although Alderman Vldale 5o that de might supply a full and AItest list of contributions is as and the Chaguana Board $6B,682.92
to ay that no attempt conprehensilve report for the pur- follows:- on recurrent and $16 .74 on -
m ad t tou toake away the rose of consideration by that Water Air.e dy .rknowidgedS ......... 7.01 00 traordlnary works.
mtd the engineer in afay eryency Co:mittee which would M1 E4clilency the. Acting In each caee Income Is made up
the water department b" summoned to deal with It It t governor ......... ....... 0O of balances In hand at the end of
SMr. eph B. l ernandes ..... 000100 19,3 and allocations from general
ely had in mind the thought fit.' Dominican others ..... 2.0000 to amounlu the
eted the Council by "Members are also aware," he Coanins A Co., Ltd. .............. -rw00.o amouiaedep ndtur t
0i!. n ment that c continued; "that the report of the Muir Marshall Co.......... 20,00 estimated e r
mato ntephaoty e-A. A. HodgkinaCo Ltd. 250 00
were minded to accept City Engineer In reply to my me-M. .a Msn('5. trancia.-Lt. 10 000
the committee ap- morandum which Incidentally was piantin's i Bkrie Litd.. .10000 Tobacco Appeal
would have the full dated January 31, 1944. came to nonbie .ind Mr. M. Adwin i 10
of th CorporaUon and hand only within the last week or Mailard ..... 100 0 v .i To
its decisions would 1 3two. I mentioned earlier that he Mr. V. it ...n............. 1 i 00001T
hir,. A .OL Tait .................. ,0.)00
Oldas hindn M as it such had submitted an earlier report but un. Annelli Taitt .................... 0
;been done and such nro- it was changed in certain respects Mr. A. vilyn ............. it (o
tien by the Council as after further collaboration with his" T0e om"ophOnsiont e h. o 0 o Lal representatIves of the
'Mr. and Mrs. Hiies Johnston rt o Oversea. league Tobacco Fund
a lke manner asw the colleagues and that is why the re- r. Vivian Henry ..... 1 50 launched an Em'pire Day appeal to
Sommlttee. That was port has not yet come before the cion J. J M.h.r. P.P. .. "t00 the public for funds to purchase
mo"r undoubtedly had ommittee. Oon.sequently that .s In Majo rJ. D. L, craan 4000
my view a 3ompletE explanation Mr. and Mrs. 0. P. Bhnnett ". 26.00 cigarettes for British troops In
w ih S ne adelly ls very well at Mr. O sti o'onnor ....... ... ...2 .oo view of the Impending Invasion.
MhON known ito the Ataelymn as to wel r. sa rs. w. oluthbt fnon 2 b.00 It is felt that cigarettes are more
3110"W bumtow to the Alderma as to 'why no .'Rev~ tantly.r Olrwa 00 urgently' needed now than over bV ,
the committee has not met. street..................... urgently needed now than ever
Albert Gomes, the "Anoheugested amenmnt Mr. and Mrs. Josph doSil sa. .oo0 Allied soldiers. Sallars and airmen.
MagB yor. Oomesaterled the prpoe t hs ia, wntdMr. and Mrs. Jot aeiro. d a 20.00A Subscriptions will be received by i
yor,charterised the proposed to hismotion,want to MrM. rrol Knowle family ... 0.00 Captain the Hon'ble A. A. Ciriani
a fntio one. say again that It is an entirely new Mr. and Mrs. Athur do M mer a eorge
W, Mortimser Mitchell motion whichh is being proposed nd Vateu .... ... o and Mr. e. Om .or
the motion referred to no', one which has any substance to peiro Plhrmayo........... o Spain. and the Win-the-War Ass>-
Mies Is" Skinner ....... h00 elation,
dt that many committees the same effect as the original Mi orace d uv. .... ....a10oo0 The "Trinidad Ouarditn" I
apvointed from time to motion. Con uentylf he wished MaterAtltl'onr d Montbruan 100 n ed that a large number of
certain terms of re- to alter the motion Ve will hve to cnnet by Mr. J. Le oni acknowledgement cards has been
2 they had reported and a boring itt as a fresh motion at some Alie" t"bip Co. Inc. 10000 received by the various contribu-
of their recommendations other time." Hardwar* & Eliectric supliti. fom the xreslo of
Implemented, many not. Alderman Vidale's motion as Ltd. 2 00 tors, and from theexpresslonof
S that the Council hid to originally moved was put t te ie a .. begratitUde on thesetat ciarettes tre a
is some of Its powers to vote and rejected by a majority. Collected by r. v. ClIrk! great comfort, not lo say a nec--
sbnittee. sufficlent to carry The Council then adjourned to "eal & Massy X sin.eeln Co. ,10000 sity to the menat this time.'
SiW taln worklt. not all. 4.15 p.m. on Tueeday, May 30. ch. McEnesrney & Co. 10000 ty to the men at tis time.
Quintin O'Connor ,Trini.'ldidS A5ncil -lAd. 100 00
that the arguments out CollWted by th. cathotle "OBEAH" IN SOU'TH
In support of appoint- Music Dirrtor Association "Obeah," the successful play writ-
of a committee with execu- U lMr. and Mrs Chis. Pereira ... I00 oo t, and produced by Mr. A. R.
SwersM. were ,allaious In the G D and Mrs. Rupert Alexis 100i00 bts, wnd epr esened InM. An
were. I IOU tn Mther. and Mrs, Oliver itswllilsmi 100.o Roberts, will be presented in Zan
and that nothing had been G t e Ce Mr. mnd Mrs. W. V.Clrk . 100.00 Fernando on Saturday, May 27: at
to convince him that the rs. M ih91e Hamel-Smtth 10000 the Gaiety Theste. There will oe a
situatUon would be improved Lieut. Rupert Dmennison, Director Dr. and Mrs. Eric de V ertrI u 200-00 tinee at .30 p.m. and night
of Music of the Trinidad Police Mr. and Mrs L. 0. Doucaud ho0.00 matinee at 4.30 p.m. and a night
,of music of the Tr l Miss Lu cia Hemael-Samitht .... oo performance at 8.30.
CIuflilor Hudson Phillips was PForce, got a decree absolute pro- MIm Mauren de verteul .. t.o
It "ch oopnosed to delegating nounced in his favour by Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. Pollonasi 2,00c
^ Wild OweS to any sub- Justice Eric lHallinan In the Third Mr. Vnni Poueaud 25 00'
B" e and he thought that Supreme Court yesterday in dl- Mr a nd Mrs S. Monte do GOs 2000
sht appoint a sub-commit. yorce uroceedirws against his wife, :Mrs. r.A. do Verteult 00
fTb.. .have clos.T collaboration Dorothv Dennison. cli.cte by Mr. L.rry M 2Nl
"r 0'Pooration'a technical The ludgealso pronounced de- D. Hope,' L. .n. L.d & .........25000
!Stephens Ltd. . 2,W.,00
.ant with a view to advis- erees bsolute In three similarJ., Olendinning c Co.. Ltd"... ?1o000oo
p proceedings In which wives wre w. C. Rosu, Co.. Ltd ........... 10000 T T NI
SITUATION WORSE IntThe1? other THE NEWbn *J _____"3- ~ TONvIC
oetitioners in two and a husband
I UTION WOIIIIIIin the other. ~t...............I83S0
Ouclo carh The parties were Dora Sere-
St10hea ier Gamnet i. McCarthy neau &,f Aldwin Sereneau; Marie
S" With the motion and ex Abrahara ha Abram; $400 Fine In BLOOD PURIFIER
4 1 ewater hatf intherecitdand Wilfred tarraway and ElmlNLb
S water shortage in the city Garraway. Tvr Numbers Case
tie and o o the I.H, re INumbers Casea
lmp ovinh It had T s Guardan Chrre.pondent .INVIGORATE |
4Vcsn Theret was a time
S evident knew when the City RKesidents Se k CU mP May 25.-opo iowrile,
be trne off butof at. Joseph, was fined AMNor
110 Ml' + llllturenedt weoff butth e f, a r. AND STIMULATES
ter went off a Better Facilities moths by Mr. Keith L Gordon,
mr trate. who found him guilty
Of the opinion that the At yeltrda rAfteroou's City of tr-e serial numbers on H S M
f water distribution was Council meeting Counilor B. motor-ca who n p
or the whole e Council and pree-.swed a petton n be- Owrie w a notice of IT I
that a committee wa of 20 residents of upper p eal t, w srepreseted by Mr. Ma- TAMIN
a_ Ppo1iontod with lImlted Iyentlle Road asking tho Counef l omButp IUns.trgcted by r. 'a, o
reference for certain to make representa s t Gn..iiof
C. onnectIon with water, eminent with a view to ge t.l.ting O D. was oomplalnant.

$t aed to Include tt vino-tes in other dsri of the city le. i
frtenlt em. of a reso sai.t they w I foct t at sc. Mr. t .dede^.grcor of -
the Counci some tim were enoe byohrctyE ne, ace as Directr.
aRmendment was not dwellers. They also stfteuwd that-
Aldeuman Vidl ste- beed byo them tse'y1W qx(prt-i
ti e thad com for tha time to time nade rer ta-
i V not that they were techni-U t ion n cosnection with these S r W KS aH aB
bit-"^^'1*- bce Manen sn 0j"ie atterskbt aothto. substantial ^ y / -c I L y ^fX-
w at o d foa "a mtee, dO.e to el th .Bn.
tf*^i^1ment"of a commit. emttrareferredto eES
ie would work with the council's appropriate committee.


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We are doiog our beit 1o
keep your druggist stocked
with Literine Antiseptic.
However, there may be
times when supplies become
scarce.
You can share the protec-
tion Listerine provides by
following these two rules:
1. Always use Listerino 6//
stmrib. You'll use less
because you'll kill germs
fgoer.
1. Always keep the cap tight
oo the Listerioe botti to
prevent evaporation.
Follow these rules to con-
serve the supply of this safe
antisepic so that you and
your neighbor can ob-
S Win Listerine when it
is needed.


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Now everyone can enjoy the many B,), minerals, protein and carbohy4
health benefits of genuine Quaker drates to build strong bones and
Oats. For the new 14 oz. package of muscles. It restores vigour, mour*
Quaker Oats is priced so low that isbes the nerves, promotes energy-
you can serve it every day to every keeps you at your peak. And, above
member of your family. all,. Quaker Oats is truly delicious
Quaker Oats is nature's own health Buy a package today. Eat it ever
food. It contains Thiainin (Vitamin day for bettor health.


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Don't put off till tomorrow what you can get
today! And particularly when it is a food so
nutritious and so tasty as SPAM-a HORMIL
product of choice pork meat, packed by the
HORMEL proceass-"flavor-sealed."
No waste in SPAMI
Every bit in a can of SPAM is meat deliciousay
prepared. There are no bones, no surplus fat!
SPAM is still scarce because of unavoidable
restriction in shipping for commercial pur-
poses. So, as a shipment of SIAM arrives, the
public "snaps it up"-because SPAM is so de-
ielom... and so ey to prepare in an infinite
number of ways: Sliced SPAM in salads; fried
SPAM... SPAM and eggs; SPAM
sandwiches; broiled SPAM ...
HORM 0L cooks have prepared a
eries of dilicoms dishes. Ho-
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*feknOwlln~ OX ahort hand and Typln iORB t (Cxo~regl). DaUy &.,. O01. Btreet i Utptir), 'Phono 20 MM r 18-- as it 1o hHi comutdwd opinion that oile PARCEL OP LAND o~fnto ng U3 Aerm ABNiTED TO Do"- RICHAROI.--In memory ot our beloved n Petiton he ceen pt-u s
M *&nI rforinmc Usentiei. Apply, M M BgD RUCK OiTRKBT tn eSr Tr rt June 1 war wont be ove for qui'ts *a wtle. We "" (mor o r les) s L'Ano Nolr. To W AN TBD TO AD O Mr by rsp I lltel do Utol of prelo m Da*xprtncs tB ftalou ). *PRONE ; 48 0. Lrt~et po WHY WORRY when Frsderlck Brown haven't tot 100 proptrU OB our lelt t>e- 8mall portion m, tn. ee Intteam il by couple, a ebtld ot nseotUl f p renta f. Goa, ,rom u1 but Iwvl~f memorle th abovt-named Pitluoa
Sil -11, a/o "*Ouardttn." Bun trrnandi. ,i u epl-ntun nsdlia t, Realwd Ditdt i,o1., c Ltd. wl'l Buy, 8ell, cau s we sell them, but we h ve *xclu ~ivs Main Ro td. Timber and rubber tree Girl peferable. Al: b by up to o Me y -r Deah ca Bvo take away. : i~NGULAR that c arte ~
** ** _ . tw" y rsye. -Ju De 12" R co t r c R enovete. Rem odel righ tn l t he1" > follow ing: (1 ) 12 Victorle Prile 14.000. AppIH Knox. 'P tiaon S M2 old. Box P- 13, "GOun r aL AC K tq l l T M P o t Ba n e n t e m p lo y m e n t c H I R O P O D I aT -M A B 8 C 11 R U T ,R I C T ". "Re nn | o o C o n n u d A " t rt mpo~ ty .t O l I ___________ __ W i ll u p o n t mis e a r t h w e e as y t h b u il d in g th e re o i l tn
A n d y~ : A rlm a ma Berv l c. ) _,0 L t 4. gc A lCC T O fo rm erly D o ctor o f *lel , " nc -o~ r,* t iv e H a n k H a ll 58 D u k e "u r I D P'o r -o t- Sp a m n T W O -h ltr a* m a rt C A L IP O R N IA H U C K S lN O R O A D O n e . . - u r B at h V l o, y tI o MI.n~ d ln l n
I" rn nS ? d T-^ ""'p"".a.-My31 l unlveralty Vlonn. r~mtedle. ORa., IN. *;'- j". 0... .. ," *rr ned. Comult r. (2) 3 Lo :r Lnd Apply .Charles SEr ENTERTAINMENTS AND DANCES CA Dt .l nroyo ir<~r'a.lnw n ~ iS
WAl N~TgD 'rr-- SCOOK*.I Apply 2NO. OIROWINO NAILI,. CAL.W U KH aod o|her | '{)aP BNIT. txpt Stove Repatlni Pilto S'"1 rt a. nr*ni. onoO co.-Jn .PTOg H ~br ~,cr~ n (HANDnnr memoryM Of~ toor t deal t dadt knSown andi
Alesi^Jld ?? Re Cle i ,--May l8rooT TROUBLE painlo M y 8CIEN- and OB.e Maker 812 Cfiftoh, al, Poet- 1,3'endin Du ndo nnid Stret, not MO hot. but 29th. will ae beld 27U| S iy, lett .-lt WANTED AT iTi MA Y' J 8 ATE TIFIgC^ ^^ BOfDY^ dw nd.. 'AC MAT D-----A----- otC--.---, BOTAL. ,*oe'3S.. .. 0May.."8. Pl g nfw dllr *eyo Gn but no for~ rots dr ; Aer~o on the u th.s t' .
^Y^O"^ "^ ^ 5";"r... ~.~i -x^ .........^/ S^^^ ^ r .^ 1'S.nt h T^L a.,, good. buy (5r}. 196i ^ ^ .^ WE"^ ^"^ ..... .... th rf l
d sayts Is, warammeek. uma o. gegemonto: RiENCY 4N13, NO foT JTOro C3.E r1= 6t reet
nd typp ilaly Rinid po flot c wbll --t. ng, How ...... 3an t rerlyn ST ia t IO f or d et edomrS wiss o'Poaw. KU'*- Mho= Tn O A TPrn. nb y oo Nrth N

wtm odpnpc o.Ull pl-Anl-tIdrBriurci "tt o rn eo. h or nero b Kst e~ nd Plr na At 8 nu ,n ,n 2, .. ... "'- --. 7t 3 talt l"0,D "*, For rathole r *ndem d e ilnr w o e tr In[V C ouot ~ at n jf
rmyn I -M 27.s erkbe CET RALWE SHOP.441 DHJnryH FaR PSC LARrAMt0 Il FP:J -AMaS m _oil.e r occupied h ot e, -rt u l AGNL w C ".ty ANNOUN CE MENTS gt ASO ln pheth d on May,

CO KW ANT r qf k at f l ftrss, Btan p rep re : tg m *I I T, Chiropractrs Btfr e ly ] New torN TvIryOMy. Yeno iilr bodrn y hour e m iav s Pn rt~f a n, .iBr. , empty ...1 ..... .....N~ r ...... tl They liv RodnJ n L2.t 9.30B o'l o n, th0 l~ M
&nd t ype duty muntrle and file Mlay s w27. Yo -rk, J mn Freder ll. Deet ,p sgowInt B o~t.rlard & OdeAllow lscated t 3 Pa r k O G ALVAn E Hn oidroo s M "G OR DO Bu............ ngAlow, MBeyote rnr ttheyoni wA* t o Teft Personwthr nteum atl t M
3a COnPdTrs T Comecn salary KT 1 Ma ry's. ~il eg.A ). lh. CPhloe prn Mebrsi Ha l~ t e1 w it frs -June 1sltet Jurner til) 12 L0on d 8tre a ct Baao"- wn "-ToE PROPERT Ro ECAd I."n PUL I NOS T IE --UO l - ApTpgy tn ow. ean d riidn g No. del Piver y.. t rdlo.x-ne P Phon 6. --/ I I.uan o OU bRJne 7 t hree H 'TSeec Pod an r81 erathnunndU he Treby la st seent i R.o,, Courm. end -. A copy Ath e

B';ird n "-v-May 27. MTrHE DAn tlo .. PMI Y Inrt r h erp~tl NHKTB. PyJM q m*1 de B tol measrle-d.Apr.aa Aehrpiandr-t ayut an 'e Ra Bunealow Country 8tu} .o, Taipro JOHN WIUMm cpotle In tehares, ioetd o p l -leH
1 () tVANTO-T I 12AP K Alfred n f AStroo l l ex l It i~io-r', el Th JC.hrop cl .pee m a o r. 51SOrb y. You S out bringp yo urd-- K" Eay V R N B 2l i lt d o.e .ion .... ......................... $11.000 Toddy 23 ld--uu e o( Uuwl Cameronurla P O lR ~ S FO AL
.ho~M aply i *rling.l~liR p<.l~nr. .- --_- _- .,_. __ Mm 7 T~Pniiarrd liMuoatl Modern Frne Bngalw iBou ungRodownvPU ed (I thoNOTImlllei1. Dt th HOetiADionDer. BAetatOM ,-ja
JI, 0 ermnh ndmnlILy 7 Ni--r. James t. e o.w Pn. jn~o wn mste gn & o 4%dsh mldt C43 P ork mN ALA 0E 0 AcT~o'3-t re s; 30,040e R od, ecnsCo an wlk ordbs AD w an m i S treet,.....'....00.
F OPTN CAIE A~ to. TUR.XM EAE AIAO- sth hror~ti H acklteletqult. Veysrog iin.P WOErse o1= 4 Tee,1,00--bwCoo T wMloirined ym l as An& an rterm .iI












Ap a Amy, 8 t .eetaa rAp, 1o0 bus. nccaA 3, t0 cra.e. Be aut, ly ." ounsslo n n TH E JOHN WILIAMA MSeririedMmny t ,
S dMAION 0K Mor ABBlm West -n-- In T N n hy os 6 Vl rsXdve nv brer Alsodwe.V4 Water 18 today atlay 28 -- pm fo b o t mo
ti~lon 4O(l. IT tre o GRAPig.A l A l 2t FOR IAL *phono 5I50 41 i t Jos. ph R o fd.- 27 R c Pe BA l.V dAm ig ESTATE, g l t uata po ssession....S.... 1.... .... $ 1,00 ay N3 i ue ob gb th.irs PR PR T E A 0 FOf SALE

llBl b, l mrt (rm 4toy6pIn-M r17. rHng e! M !' 1ngI exlilr> -enWe. ?! Rew CRunrDgalnwisan Bonr tutee Roladr cppnviocted n f throwing O"1 *"**ilssd aiged laoth ot rthoaualOU al Ao Y DN O LANMD A rOK bf lraB r Ut O.^ H
. A A&N t t t r COs t N.rnl n- 19 y. ,.ll; a yMw ^ ^ BM a nty oo a abt a an Cedo, W ar d .. P tot-aDnl ount y vt. J tmee, pty ...... t fe l_ OL Y fa t a C
KObiditYR ftoR -. Apply o n m oi n ablerwl Areag ref used, Apply- -M$v Wm ( *t OW Of smi -Um Jun ld e Cea .Ui No un tc hil. Ala a -*"ay L id ,rT. aond fiaed mPn eors n w thU.B..h., ---.- e-. o roar

|Er p. .rd and -i guM ..-J n iA TOOTm BNIV TRE T eoRI r:a. e pM or e ml w !~ I;oe as~Pfus es.My2 om"atro Wo~dwokng. LMachilndery nd n-roimpate97- 00"ON& goc&o.." ~rmatyee Atlantic" PossmonGarage... 3Co I ULChe1p9JHN Wrialy mME.hatrs, gA. Ttaayeroa-t "2 I I












-OA T TWANT E T o r T S UA mt JTol! iwT nfW all e lectril n gs cons.S mri .-ght JouB lo ri orae nruift). (aus. Sutpplys a" S^~, k *U Donftr w its *ftat Am n t ir k Bll =" MUW. 11309" :. Sm=atf the Gr
?Wtonu u l. Apply wit h o refersncH t d *oToRe .OMc Sarth y, 4n High 41a ISM n h EMPY W --Dy. No.n t S o ht. lm e r am g uraelpirt e et*a c OU IGtIa t l MAN T iOMA" PUat a NOTIer myeb O lv tb tap aisedT" A aO" tI Lar roy it '
XN MS~ th tee rm "t i ~ ay 27. i aHV OL FT b olitager ate -jonera 4 E took pERIlana r D.e14 nchblo d saw, t. r Cl air. ticuars1T.0. ply to 74. m'Podeaepies50-74. F Orffice 9harPeitlseId otte.ludersyi~d thrath lwl rslluuist il"wwY o fK. AIL r- mb"Stc













Ju 1E Inch circ ula r M . ji W.3l ardee, eB .e, Stri eet. pendimtpo, r'y o(-d se&fNy mMlotn ,3 Be c ro b y tree tfril- & A C o, Lt d. Port-f i. -- 2U Vio Atreet. deb I ordebt s ba r.-.,,en & t AntruM, 4- Ai.v, a bove
eptieuw@ @ lar un. -ln YTl M.'IE-/R RKi g. e drl l rww itn, .n hemtinotor.. NEWLYBUNGLOW. BUNGALW toS .L Jst oo ve i n. 40 A2L frd fw 11.~Yh .th o. R, u e~. G f
M~ ~t wwr[ WW sumadow Huggns.d26 sursv od. Caused n$p2&o.-- i o llmb f a e At XK CE ~ /sa t el s on. I~dIt es Weay 8.A=* spiml m i 's e the" he9101-0 Ies













i m s t hde tio a e ttvet a pOM f' m U d go W ou ^ Uitlt.olto f o Da bu yer & ,^^ ^ f W .o t at M eehl m Eh op + Ho. B L nnoed o V .e Bt Em all H on 1 A cr V i U rton 0. .... ...... .. .... .. .....r.n 114,0@'SS D ~ts dt h 2 da* l(2~Ms' 1SS4tt 2. *> nW-- lk p31 1.ff--
' rIsp saw. sml. s hap er, ohn".., ot tho Atta S pl dn Std mt. 'Pone w11 -4-j.9 M. WHITEKA.. 4. Y .r .Trnb oA
-vo tll e P^^ yr Main Road . ta rt. Bo-. IRental; $9a0N. -- J4nel-. Nnd Blo LOANDALF oR t/ol oiaRa
E t 0s, ? a. et. I w m I Apply t tse, a~s Orne.-~y o 'e o Sdtney Flineontre" addrets.-eeae 4 & 43 DB Vnry ttUWet, I bdeal h irmss.h -Am a n.. ...........I, o Jg@,~Rdtea o rjs'p-e t a *GX 111 et
VAAT BILIG LT nCt'stO f o ais ai g Fsosia Ms i bOumm tA It P &uo} iyU P - .-
'AIIIIIIITIONS VACNT eKLLOeo.Our Frinds and Cstomenh ene tatyfeeholdpo= .eruty, 1"/o B unr.-10 14ACRESANDle state. Moer ux.-2 cau eR94. avaioAL NOTICE&mtoPaait -
_ra Tr{u4tpm-My1,oucnge t the beOargtFHan dwoadieflet ittSteet Wodbou.T.ic -----.--- 1













LRA DY-WAT NATRD w B t I meAhan l olto tyArRs n *, -f u. o ftv oruan ,Inr o, tonestbeaeC"RMENiJAMES Cemeteryow250 .TH U hedebyrheotdedeU i, Apply wM-A-Jn .
GOM CldAT.tll irndoa tenMssngBaioAGAINS O ALesama. ia 4U-219oJomtL lmit, fo Oane* RierMZti*" me tointmaioni(arads m$
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-7.n i oranKe rovo ettst ', r Mhon' Pare Cof. 'PhOnS 7l -- New, itandng on over 8.-.0m s<* rtld wDep V acfnt oruer'sonFor be. $ *, 0 *- debt or dsbt3 1os trh cted by my wife, *U$ -N e d ANNOUNCKM ANT 3 Ien fT1e1 medy
SM-** be fA^ title& ONE3 Ns:RO non to goo con E^ SUPREN, s~ ^ ^?
Pota D.caDn R#aRY fr1. t tr am B.-- fe y i26 Ca tain= t reW Oalgokinfinks;sendidgose.EVEN ACRESpt ho e AND .qapr1 sry ten ant. wfe ioe t Da na, ho hev agin unde r 7 at H tr ll auhebo L .Al F R NI A
I binse O ls. U t aey ms o a kebry Mar i nel Squ'are . N .TRests pi.A RCNADE IG ILPA. ; A S .. Pledart y di nngifon t an d rba ck p= W1tArc fr uit t rl e es, Pett TrVnalley D leg o t tii. cr ad I m rsp n bK oTay 461,O, TanH e rnadA o) M at 6 aney O
an % fsy1 he A's ar.n yvste r, and gesre V myo t ros -hr May 29 n..et ..sd n ldrh lok. 46 Sventh stragc, watr d fghsitten yfour pnvied.ty r w oseh GloT. ordbs wih & ma ur JH Aft. 9treCatBu ]rial ok Pa ce the sieel fly eiilyeA













%sT aJro- -----y I *1h S N1'- -- MO At -asO hOMMable -r Li-.Ane 1. Upper 9' soothing, hel-ont4

Mrsib. k *1 W deVetll1,l Junlrgre.2 5 "r '""*er "' 2w May 2! "NE PKItCO TROPIC. 11 Tube; Ono dluy Property planted 1, th oo"lt *'nd S Lore of i.,nd with 1i Houwe. Ma 20 194t. R H qARMANIff LIV1TOCK aBNIRAl. In[flSammation-t n h alld i"H
MialammslaryAS* pe smcih Rest n'.aft c. RA^, :.'!.*; .^ ^^.M. RUNOALOW STRONG 001A AT.,%^ IrMI.V .*'0 . ^". S ~ ^ ^
in comoolta Trinidad^V.- "c'1 s^ ^ Re"* port. "LIN LOTS;N.R N^ dlervel . W. elev.nted.- "*a. 19 Lucknor' street afternoon 2 o 1
V~o(Ibrck,'Phms 48-OJle 1O6 k i{EVt,).'Ph T tOms 'PE P-J e rf Ae alth." CAr1a bl "Cornet tbs- rekld o ruttre, ewtal p t er, o8an i tlan t... ... ..... M 2. $,0 a-P/t t. Wm Hraeeetson A F R oDnPof T Mr./NorbD G ertFrm h
















L, (OlVI E~et.i OVI rtwnt yelrs. pcl- A tille lfe.-M i 3o 1 l ulli 8li) t, en llv n K dtC RA O G A ,A pyto suit ynury ndl IN nBr ly Datrs*t ainrs (rnom $U u oe a rt Con ei ord w th l PITIAT.U e,~ ~. not T.de t pe wrle in m sd t iati on rllK OP A TT np f tm hng ability-, EMrin Wre. Complete It Jurself. ethaonnoach$m,00 m h$ndr tya8liruat sthat rI In the Me

Prudntial hI .-lap O -olon Bei I. r 'Ph ne 1;nr,3-June 2l reresnaie .. _____ square______ ..._W W a2" A^ V,^ ^ .-? ^ ^ f% Staton and Mrs Dalfy Pottio Tp. No 3'B
LAd T ud~gn eelll. F RO PIAA kBTUANe22a. N-Yok. 0Mury tee.,adlRalay#atoitrnt uldnreed athw
ss0ceetaq Apl x 3E.0 I'Vindeth et r y t 'P one 55 r,'nwmng. -June 6 Road .-J- ITEunDe RSGE1.tou !le t h ate l Hs. ounding wth mraaven BAT" e ] MonICHALe foTTH E W, stree'At, Pot-of-pin, to a. a y OsAn Ibte

ERECD AD AXI p-Mndeiiu Lunhe and^ Dinnor, TWO magazineAIN E SOUBCIPETIFON@R Io HOUSE FOR^ SAL, 3rd Aveue. Ap o













l^hioLin OYF^"ire.., -..r Fernnlt of>1 2(M<1 -""' 1 1 ': ET RIC" F(ROTTV, OOB! On-ln tht~ Colony offers for sl o h0""ie"" REd R "oad 8a nJuan, :a0 "* "^ wih o-co treL t n .<" h-m ir i TY.. I' B." PPM -SRAt L RA LnOf piles.
s" I"Guardin? n reeT .t-May 2 ay a8. !250' Idlarit site or buildinn. NOTre Oam- daenas d ^ds at alrvary ML ne'on ehF.ederick....... O Utt,
LiST C i*d -'n dup < S pec i lerrs P item ANc SOARD T SDl r y D *.M l R oa. so n S. Jui. ... 0 a>o:able -o. V y RC- .A Pt itio V |r
RELIABLE NU$1,5(L) uso 44 nt s fort ecZt ive t, h ri lmi-Tts nde alt. Wr te hor June 1. fw0 Iethrefuse& ApplyT (Kamn 'Phan.. ................29. N-IGnEL Marbel















43 W .p h A.> O Monthlplyr chnl,.r. herlthy, a nd only h&]g miee r.ca lor for R Bio SITUATIONS VAGANT SS*^ Lid.--Jun &, applicator. Remem Yn R .a
araL1a J4 a mtes.t- Mney 1 .Free bb LR L d lo 8erv Pot Box $70 N e. -MJuaoyailwa INe MEMTORIoAM















lSE1RVAN VTTILP, J aod WANTED, to uND op I-d LANDB r situ a.t oat an infa_ nto.. M a Ir
O.1t gram WLhorm eplll y.Subr ido LeO Hired. ILuc-fennr Aoply adod Apply J.n aie goM .1 con. ldh nts water nge- BLCt NO TICS ?uI tsW "Su-Rdfl," ^BH-rblv
Wredo' ) r .--Juns g A CHIROPODY-J PROYCIT FR A, Apy P Er-f Rn T ItES FOR 'SALpEmi oJn e hr e ih trs blrosbidn X CuR U D R WL at a uhr(AW h ld fy3.14.Yas b i
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ACeOM either, t u toBox en- tl. P rtd t tCg sr Aul/n n rs ll.nm. My 11 iNo. l p4* e stIHo ck fRE. IdER loCetwtym CI^K I, ROU ^ED: siRgn.aAASL C.BRAT &N22.2 A007-ft estate beau toffortable Dt on Qil l )MM|M|
aner F ott r babycncd efo.mA 8tats ereduing. eolest nr ing et0 -.1 ;= %v% V "-.sincentsr eet|ad uh trPo 2 e ]s ave500s(:)Peo ft. Propevt Road.wAply"Mitr. taSt.. asm, -Juxl Th LDY saoughts ritontu bgnedaNwys.e















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36 tM, OO.Y rRiO --K dGI O : WANTED TO Rune wth Re ar d. wi Pt Bu etrM 2]. sell, ri ghrt/O. t t f llowing: 2 Vm P rie1406 Apl Knox.'P. B 1E"gVArt N 1 aly la compisin ONL U
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