Trinidad guardian

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

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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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................ .e. !3~,NLU61 M .T M PORT.OFrWAIN, TXNiDA0 B.WW.L A'ITPAT, MAY 27. 194. KrCu : oUr |I I. MU- m m j

Fifth Army Captures eh
na RidTak e 750 Bombers ifrth Armyr Catue Germ

SH spiteRaMountain StrongholdRa Of Co
Lyons RailYards Hit
To Trap Jap By Fortresse In
~~~Sustained Ofensive(N4EPj
ASIA HEAD- LONDON, May3 0etor) h
sy-1- U* In Advance Beyond C-istern
.- d 1 t0roos es While lled lim M to-
sae f' SOW"daYcontinued to hemer t igatf
sel f alfsretreating alonsthe roads t
Is.e" tt.d* .. ", i" New eceary Takes Oath Attacking Allied
K=U=ER=" 0orr:Troops Reported

ita' W hcefor=Oneday 20niM ileo From glom
,nction and rced oal rundCstle, pest a M U.8 a Iknkd tof stkm over th. River VaSt, a fewmie
S"e M to n. d le over t t damage d the Geman s beyond Lyons. Liberators ao-
ed Alld yb~ld neh foil en the ascend day of the entmet 111ed offensive in centrited @n rPai175rd5 ott the out- _______
B reinforcements try- Italy. This photo Is one ot the first. Ighiad .f the eurriet skrt oT ,Lyn itself a' well U---- --------
cyitky rom the eampaign.--(Ap photos) Grenoble arid these irduto th
For1mFoghtrerss20sMilesFromrom
been dhampuhef and southwest. of IIandDfor tGml
yS~ w^ hevyIn. *n L 1AU .he bombers arid their es- ^^~e-^B^ ^^^^^ iH ALLUSD IIIADQUAIIIUtU, Nap.esI, May U1 IAP) Fifth A-
epeaticsbnoL roesnemyte

B F fislehOW er International Monetary e e rtu ^landn oMukstangyi troIo;, stambbng northwwt from captured Cter' 'a. droe the en "
International Monetary h an very little anti. tront the mountain strongho of Coi In a seen-mle gain sad ts.
ise anstshv e4' aet atN .,entherec


arid Chinese P s.. British Parley Fhepuros of these atta.ks night wee plunin.g on north, drtving the oerans b on to nmr.
hv euidFuAamW Wsw ubof They alsosebombtedea~d dfne

KaShek' "w 1 WASHINGTON, May 2i (Reu- was stateR to be to cut thrUe l dnce positon where the lut battle for Rome will be fought.
hia, adding toa nohek- e "bPrsident Relt ha y from which the oermans have best toteeatagoal of m
TroopsFit ; 2May Mlem
"Idrfesftd" telfa nth ecn aylOlted arr Iernt Woffnsive in e- ratedonrlalmand s oovelthay out".

frcm the Burma tary Conference to meet in he to first reports, the results of n An p ht Arma 4 muta b .l
of Luinling the United states In July oo disc, t of them were highly sucoemfuL oa ofp Montai netiwW
glrom Bran the i See Churchill tetaof thAo uri oiiM
frcocorting LightningsEandLMustangsst-wOPr fstabbinaln phWe, a n d dsnorthwesh ht of Cainov t he sowe
iwt Is estimated that LONDON. May 26 (AP) Qen- The American delegation will day but towards evening American mytwt of Caeno, who t dopf
begins have been fighters and very little shtd frmteMbetltlr*1164 O 0 na s at ie a ith hanlod

8500 Japanese troops eral Dwight Eisenhower, supreme be headed by Mr. Morgentlhu, 3rud otem atntHavock more tnhan lhaer Uther-aeerht r m f the NasS Jaecr V, FtrrNtay a left) the Navy This^ umimSe month s.''"
Miau de anrsCh o.,c o aitnsavc s.me hen aei r UnderSo eetary..igrte of t he NavSJm n. ohega Nlfdvygther serl ansbck n t
ede punpothof aseittar

India where in&rW Athe Secretary of the Treasury. fields in northern Prance. The enartPient s May 19, witk Re-Admtal Thomas L. Oatth, tent1mowtes.
DCins mdaid to be word will prtng the full might of Invitations have been eRit to Marauders bombed b la e Nad Judg Advocate General of the Navy, administering the oath. Third 8inlfcant gln of the day
Rie Ine Btheir TroopAte IvsFiCaldAlItrtionnarlesupon, ".etimetaves srucat n i-aloksga--nPephto.

on thave created A l-ieconnvasion forces airfield at Chartres and at the ding Ernest J. King (rht U.S. Navy Cemmandor-ln.Chiet, WASHINGTON, May 26 (P) -- came with the capture of the bit-
o m haB Ad- maf l 24 countries and to the French we t ist ro ther u rus & o t WT M ay the t ht cda'e ot t hei att
loes were i being P, returned to Supreme Head- co S Rtee of Nates ional y Loybera- field w e ns o h s-ouc s.-- I phof P i ly contested town dof mn l.
e vadern h quarters today ateraswit inpec- Escorting Thunderbolts swooped . .... .....- that he expected to oe Mr. Win- Lri Valley only fou mU mouth
sdfnacltothe round there to chee T assures spe Brti some tre th ehighw -therovr
tednt our of British land forces. .........-T20ae trl a rifu t ers aemeting A stmn Crurchill, PrSme Minlse-er o of the vital town of Ceprano o
tpro ntore i D gtEehw ,Sp m b hed byMa u 20o ersan diHtovGrearem thn Fo re9, 0,oteNSpe ntal (le b ig .-henst a rine musth e trew a
3 cotineee say khereTG ALlied Supreme Commander N zisGug te oa e of t. Germandth-nst
A&- take savgehe tamaaetogtofiAfte r of the No". at the Nav
aIny oal ml- announced that he found them fit Rshia s the atn wTeer th s h S Colonal leo pm Int h Sm metepn t r m r
wIch may now h nd ready Nazrteiruryaritlsntsucrb.c elosel.aveoaiColnialIThomcnt momthet
foAhi ar ftej b.u trou dondR i d LONDO May 26 t~euter)- Arptea r whjse tePet defencee[ h positions~lt oryutside Romes ..n
was reported earli r dat- He said ne was highly pleased teOtheraurderme da un dg d teof A Colonial Ofice statement dent when ho expected to meet athtackhin Corn, othct unitwet
fmalskide. with. the thoroughness of the S L.the. evening hit bridges In north- showsI that in the ,ear edin with th British Prime Minister atcigdrcl pteR~
S training of the greatest army En- uVri nern race. Here the crew came Aaranl Erne1J stih .s Nar tmndeinridn rog wd ro Ma2 a ttacking treca up the Rothoe
SR p has asembkd In the war S since T uo against Intense anti-aircraft Is In March, more than 19. 200., aiai teda th ae Pren road from Ctsterna ar.t Vaug
e e berque t our years ao -l U and lYP fire and moderated flak.. -> hse spent in develop. eitted late wietnCrandt Mr. Rooaye- Thoma ..Ctth reporter who
eve that heprobably nwoidrelErt this siew. LONDON 26 Rut 000 e i e not ke tormy wnt UP with th se trooet ist
o h ret ro TM VAR O H Workmen ddwgln tor igt measure h .nrd welfare achemnc.eis. The Roovelt id the Ali ng, -mald l t before e lef
.na nrt R.Reur" er -reporthat Geeneral.e By'i0^ ^a Uehold Ect iW the streets or London,r havetreasretrta orlese w erem th ad wth thi afternoon, Alied roo
Esennower went, to Bucring. LONDON, May 26 (AP) -While w Cc their plan l for a smash into fu- w:re only 20 miles t t or. Rome,
Chinrose phsotimeetha0theymwerefighteuserreportsAtht thenFirs

": ham Palace today and had Russia remained silent about poe-, w h ovre smth.n lke $J0,0 macisuOthera sumslo went to rtpe same time titn they werea&t Wa r eCundia r"por Uaftr 3 break
Ma.y (AP)- lunch wt the King. sble summer drives along the f i. Other u-ent e ea
B nl soed today DecrT ing that this whole great front, German spokesman Played rWgadier R. 8. 0 tokhe, WBtr When hih exosive nd inGn- es nThe Preasident said he preferred throu ti e etiuch warth t r
Avr stWalny t h edr In fighting a neanc e was poised on "the with the cards In their idncreasing- hnBrgtader MR. .. tokes h Cbee When high explosives and inonf die ses ar i temi and the term liberation rather than rowly withdrawing l termana .
r nw2e the thrbe shold ofrnew, evetswl, lch wi l ly uneascow smeculatohi on the Mo5 chairman of the oardofDetors wrecked famous art dealing Mauritius and their Dobject in o ior1i n peing ofro Allied Tri a o r e hiclwr hes nall
nowdturnabeahtoric," Iesi o commaisque which told o of Trinidad Leaehol ., n lms In the St. James area ranged from ,.ter supply and siltru &ln fon Eur o a ndf ng
itridngs wales would Mi today that tho "day Is not far downin' 18 enemy\ 'planes yester- succession to Sir Patrick .h-rg ter wowint to ohk.wrt-h aid all the plans were hinged to tanks and inanly acro- t)h-
tote -rotd S v d A f e ONO Mkys6t(Rethepro-- tethoy ofiearatefenepshal Miftaions -otsie
earlier a -Hesavid e washighlypolearYstae gyd pr h t o odyatH A ideporter, who AskedhadhePen fort~hfe Fift h Amysre .1 tw


d" s .ntwhen the word wil ae day and sid nothing of Soviet theboarh rr recent etrn t Actione o f ffoemstat, men den tnheoy rlp. hlOd eet Attanori, nt- is
a-Io sot dt gege atea s tOar. A But the Berlin talkers, basi n inmgt of big t hRishat n te atack.g irectly up ther-ol
er rac. ee hlce ame r u eu wthtoe BrivtatihPird Miise


againt.thoted thatthe Presttheir ppl ed u ; -Palace, oe E -dteri -
t th e ledp t e v ue reco aIssance report, u yest erday by nt i -loa oice ol't royrhhoes nrtrNotte had been te a to paper. he
Diuh eq climax of iyasag- this large-scale battles were n fi mmane terayso ns R s
Is no~w open an Z~ms.h~alnty~ao nteO~glIpl ~ o h TeMansgement of Trinidsad1' serious damage. AllBytigovr ssowbngole
t on w he was e dra. awn t eut by 18 Serets and between Tarnopol and formed that the foowig an- north side of the place, ad the F l rn in the first draft o.n. Mr. strongholds t Aqulne andfeade-
S ion Blivi thav mon h o se tern fm ene toped iafWrgn- o nDe dterme the tae g esufsr armt es been u -bs the great a windows of the ose Roosevelt said he Awlnt e- oth e n n Abee ta n
l(iReent did to .empy b theGentr baom ic d te eneahy AlTfred dierg, of the German L ondon: liCle h rapel t i .oyal were blonn to t havr- sad't g ntw wat$ cndr le o ut h fnrt he adth w otny 20miesenoe.
t i p? o d Elenay wte ar6 bu h went t Btiong L OND N Ma s 2onar (AtP) e hil co ewhecov rti e r ed scmethingbeenkeovere 000oagoricultura l deeop et In their plans fr a smLas Ittmnto Fu (eterreort s tha the H~ n l
thy tyy b a to e lin w g eentak t i out the fir en at draft ot hythe, The ffenve hah re e t t t t at he c w th
may2hng Overseas News Agency observed "Trinidad Leasehold mem r pieces by a bomb which foil at the i Oh ersmeven of one slamim speIheG e fourth .hase wic h entails r.3 a
S Pa admlstra- t at th e Germans w ould not waite that "there is a certain ten sion announce that i Patrick Ashley water en raid an th h e s o e snit d teindt d p r feed thrg e. i be intchth
e.n saying t hat tin fordevr si be ecte s CdaiW ot nfam ghs explosivesslid Lthe first l rbe f oft ano sre ecthas hn esy bl Io wi theane
investe igep ortme n fgt i ng- fornever.ie n-tewthtecrsntericraig is et frc.Kn,,adf


Atyen aueie ou thNt n It maid "there Is no doubt that along the whole German front in ecedoper was appointed Chara Of Queens chap also suffered, asd g in hry tel tned."t s e
German tactics do inot consist of the east but the German Coi- te Company at a tme when te did the Prnces Roya's private fiat LONDCN, May 26 (AP) It was heW found rfRussiate was rgivnSsatls, throuh the AlbanHlls f'om
mid ingsnoell swaid toi auh a on tthe datnti far a n i men nt e tae y su n oa arche re dances of the royat disclosed tsday that aircraft t of the factory coaboratlon in post-war we cast to Valm tol tha
Mrt w hen the w orl a y an-r s aIt knows where thei Ra- o fiet0nati ly rte e hom shold. RA. Coastal Command and Fet han. the President aIod Ato- to Ave o
St me ia tat a will unleash their ea of- rk on th proecthvi been The val of the irreplaceable art Air Arm have been rin rockets i t e tt
reply:el li ine d timep.'it. addedsK that the R at Talks isee eal'S; sa.ea were one
Warren s now German forces were charging up 'fensive and where they are going successfully comps trick treasures ha, been estimated nat the, sGermanson hlandcand sea Mr. Roosevelt said he recalled
tossD.meeir pe smahin ofQ- the GGustanmeo to, ne;t t" W,
oe his report. Iamn giv- their 'energies of which the stage feints, diversions or oper- Ashley Cooper f lt at the tie at 00,000 An equal amount h.si thit in so me of his recent re .heiof t of. th e Hitleal.e
matter attention ard will may have some idea but which w i atlons of a secondary nature." as come when he cat retire from probably been recovered. o go eT-er statement
crhis findings to the suprl him when one day they he Ger n radio acknowledged the BOard of the compa ny in orderi wa the salvage work that ig to Thissweept scre t c amt e ithed thad run w a clrte s ta l the d Buero
Is18nbeforenhe United yttneave- Aseriouse dhated
ministersmmer. iIntat henmaydevotepmoecofshis-aysnaftertheiraid, anoestimaedtli ht nthh ahManagofmthe oft 'Tthatitdwas lteinnsthesummer it nto toreebeintmetin wdthyla

the other let loo e g invasion or tno .lva- that seven isolated division n ea to his other work. Brigadier loss by one firm alone of $400,00wiWashinotontheASine then t h stud o t- oble ts
re pblics or their cBhw m nran tt mvutby S sndbere 4 0000 0n est a an St ates' Nav anno cement from 198bfrthe Uniedb- a lseb Ach a nd
Beo lien iat have moeth&rofnfartnting rdefecetopdpte Fnad wrody.%.I a sorry ullovliindos oatd beehInthefirt drft o Mr

S serve arlTurkish reports told of a growing a, h en ap int hd been rheued te $10,0, hunti Nazi submarines were now during the First World War. y earlier than v as ex peted.
e of ideas and con- toniht tt "great decisive battles restiveness In Bulgaria where ad- d to fl the vacancy thus eat D ays after the raid, Reynolui wih long-rane cannon contrast, he said plann
dndwhas been elected ahairman of famous picture. "The Boy' Samuel," Td new weapon is used against ntw pretty well advanced. tM-V E M TO PAGE t, O *..a
I allof sare i pending ad German soldiers btearivnl dNaily. Board." n e
thn Ambassador to'c here on the Atantic wall shall give O ath rers, dwerv ep entsinc ed th e A Hle t t or lt ? 0. 0er d T he gumladens of oe :. I f sB forth p e wc
Setur1ed to Washington their last ounce of blood in these Other.dvalng of notie byot he rma fovietn and aV h als worth e10.000 w isu-hf ds statidos, aun emulaayebuild-
' nt from his investigaton battles. We know many of us will N 'mavy uo&yl "Rhed leet":) ow sev e"nth t uto"th e sameelar.
lo qeriesaboutMr. Grman actic do nt co serisofmnd cannotibe bytaken vSu ompnvietgae o roetand tharVidn Dcesworthe royal0diwereswdrtoday stataion crand ft oftary efund-Rsi ~ ~~zstn hog h la 118fo


sr.ullIsai billnted." nsir a .Iow s"wedets ow reatnional birportah. te h uteol.the sm.ed, lu u ty. of .ao.ra t ,a,. is WIN THE WAR ASSOCIATION OF. h





______________ that 3 therbtin Geran haveen been^ ^y
Tl:lied raio ad e ta kilief hue ot rkoh 4-r thiTs ,ihesonuras .lypfoonsan'd"hs PatoAO
speechL 'irkolae '"'v, des" h Eu rm uerv SweTlk0.ordfs, a.re fttedwt rocket TRINIDAD AND "TOBAGO
P atc Leah ve n ing eastern F race. I wrepi orteditoitol elea ssather rl of W e projectiles, carryins l eiagh rockets .
hs eaereisrpredptrthavetold Phe an we teaegn scarlajn Black Sea ports of Varg a WONMy P) -- rb s tver four under each wing, which may RflUqe Ans; t
inew~sigtheir."energiesofwhichasfedtndur-WAsNTheyCooNeraels tat m atPr bG0. 00,As aloJuneuitdhe c aierabete i. incent Store
Ita, entobn t will have to suffer even more the announcement In Moscow des- conference today said that onlybrerent o ygodnsalvo.
hiwssfindingtoth~ 7e su "Youse have sufer Oe dayatlot ndufasewillnotrysavethrem." Pheshaentunooseeltsat ataresseitiand.overnmen ljuorcinosalvo


teanear future.' p e oef the formation o t big time would tell his decision on t s a the ---l- of c ass e on. se
i ostep now Ptheo C I- I e RInsair transport fleet fourth term question. This reply Di n on the unified waterF si For ht i laen t e A
S General of U.S. ready for campaign, and the came in r esponse to an ateie rpt scheme proposal put forward o t Ms thby enoe1s r8. ge th b- b h"d
lCas fr r t neths owtherhorkBrig airtemeot fralAnd$0,0StuuNnnoi lcst fmntps
secmmeations.Te Tn "Ta" report that civil an were buwy reporters to determe whether GOVnet t the oCity C.R h1f9 f


GermanUld hi fst rot line ru ~ aawdio told^I ^^ thwokihrpot od of aM grwn .0 tke.hsben appol int-S bad~ bee reuced t$100, WahnonhtAmrcn'lanesI i*i~p rC Crin~g | t~aoth is World..*.. ..,..;.earlierthan*-as*expects
to thadaismorn-nin ot i we t Fst sPrunsiBa to b he ould ath ai Democra tic re will not be resu Red by Govl ern- etie Ni suarc hr ctt e i p l Apnin 1gd




of idea and- icon- toight tha "gea decsiv batle an ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ h a beerC nt *lee=i C haira offaousd pictue ee Tae Boy Sma e the P~ wIronlong-ranged cannLa on oaarA4 T P TO PAG 01, fV.. 1ii^y
a tew appoLa.ment B C ins r busiest i Ud Inr blinforta nomination to the presidency asent, the "Trinidad Guard oian" e r
besa dagainst &edsArmngsttacns.rgts
Groturned Forces W as ormybRed ArmyatItas eauthrrttatively informed .0ca-
eis [Reutr reported v onti the Russians 'QUAKE RECOetDED And M. ck Crewatio of Colonial Research
s announcino'MhesmeMayr e ow r tpes o t woe FuL
.ea C okied. n a that the vast a ha, bee u f attitude of Govern- F ell wsihip u2r oef ewic h wne i y r .......AR O C
herd io an r idceta, no w as we ulfa e d ot ailing ractoiWokSvstoSodisaeretdwthrce


atcoLea lvoer in the se vic of the tolth expeted to belin operation eartqfa ke A hoT of moderate In- ent iW that when the proposaOv r wth i tSveahe noex t h give ylears ,
auine5000aesferdaltad ugswl ntsv h m."Pe ilesn aayR o m o mbvlt A ya ndPfr tesCucis blroepf' r d alon vgi desraislsnseparaby teI- tf. 19H Mt. Vincent''*~* *"*''''' *

Ministry of Labour, wasi enew aginm by the middle ofwnext pten hoywithtio ucetPoofeaboutnwaspputtontnCitloCounciScetar y o Se for the R "C..n........r.............."r.ty a.a o
as a participe a t in the EEC'v cover many acres, were reduced a"T R a
C7__ patches ofithe foman ooyof big time woul tell his.decision.On th

toswphk.Paduhgth f mous m s w cordd y enoaphs fo d it fit to r ct tm and will be made by the Sre of ats, ari. srrD, sti-u eSa ......
rainss Trust." t.-oreck ag ri the f amos in t e obser torhee st nipt. s the e nd o fth matter.
Others in the Irogramme were siege an it has taken 18 months epo servtod e lte ri ghth ao fthe m tte on the adviC of the s SM lSdo..........
tolhamlrn CamIbell, Lord Haley, to rebuild them. It was the wu a Research Comm tteme, ir nomawl b ru ObGven Creit b Os ...L.d....................
ir. Julian Huxley, Professor Man- biggest task of its kind so far C o ve t ''* pe'" ......................
~ aaindsonthRedAmy t trackos. wl i o onlorscalsiecs toeabeM. .thei dSDait-
nGnF and Captain .Meredith undertaken d n lienratedrRussias contribution F or nveintot ualofed scientilstsin theen-sa rh.........
tan cricketer, now a welfarR elief Pg Tractor$Workthemet pursu researt win.. ..k......n...y.r s
Cyclist Dismounts evcofte Branddxdoeoperotioneru4frtthnaColonial Empir'e.u t r, Cst henthpopoa..............
Of heMiisryofLaou._astoaowgan _yhe midlonxttesiywthiteiCandidatoteaspustoth CtyConuniversityeSeretrvofSttefo te giir ....
ared R o nt.7"7 es t ok, wihapoal cld t bu 0rjc h erms. The hae F Y do m...... I....... .................. ..... ':::

R eiifsTrust." g Thesfrlloms any sa artf of ih BolanktOfOA ,apex............
Anf Patcpn In teB s cormn acewrreue miewaErtish Empire. A basic aloandfPublictHelhi
De t wecae urrgte amuswll e ~w smadredby n the ereap- 't
Andt Der s On -h ro adr77mY eweeed iyWhe lebsemv orary areastnigements for sthe rsmto fcasscn l 2 erwl ep Id ht amark P ort;-WA s. .........

DItdeckoStewa rtd22.of2Gel-e. Sw ........ .... . .
d ta~ic tA PApTClu S treet Lordblooudewas t i nonepS exceedming ttaue arSwi f Iiis trl a 0 0.heLA .......................
ta w upsdeadfrtooa mornwlbenJoeeph Convent Re"#ef Fund carried t. total well .ast .20,000 gIving w............
o ad .CaptaingMpor ....drtaen.Ilieraed ussiqu.....ci st n es...... .............
F"-- rt Rea---d. Stewa rte it is stated,, was riding Idication of a determined effort to re, tore the fire-wrecked Convent por t rc tne.~ .FajjadeOhht S C. t . . . "~
a bicycle along W ighson Roa buldng wtou ay ely Rome's _.. Ba==ance:===b=====gh== forward ==::==
moantt After stafding for about ter o
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suminuehe wasseeto f all.ofmerodugtion,_m__ _fir th.,mreeearfunwtn . ....................................f

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FteId-Manba General Albert K
Chief of the German Forces hin It
for atUaks em the AilIed Ande b
tion eemppalnyinz this German I
through eutral Portugal. Field-I
hdtlhfet stand in eeantro forej


16 e aOver $20,000
to ess In Convent

SUelyalo W^? hd Dpief Fund
Iter Mr rl[CONTINUED IsrOU U PAG E
ernma" Jurbdiction and that Thevy were safely out of tha r-
klinE o the laws of the United bwnl ni long below
t must ece rUi apply the nuns at te soutNr od of
Wh l Ator made in- the dormitorv could be u
tjectioln. Mr Dahle re- T*he told a "Ou ardla reporter
torted. "You want to hang m ev;- yesteray that between 2 o'clock
body." and 6 o'clock on the morning of
Dealing with the next question, the fire, they were bundled in pri-
1r. Morrison said that he d no v0 te vaglries of anpatbetl neigh-
4Anlt information that ciUlans bound, where they wre treated to
sxked by the American Wolice welolome cup 0 of coffee. .e
Il ahow their Identity cards during As the morning wore o1n tid
a check-up by the British police who were lucky to et hold of dresw-
d United States soldiers on May e were allowed to go to their
N. He added that if that was receive hoes in the Ctyas
traoe ItvwontravT to Instructions, well as In the country diStricts.
and he was assured that teps These student teachers wore sad-
*IXTin, loss of their entire atck of text
ldHouse then raid teebooks together with their volumin-
& o the behaviour of ots library and more so, they
t r-r'n troOPS. sighed, because they have to write
Mr. William Kendall. Indepen- an examination at the end of the
gat member for Grantham, called year$
t attention of the Home Secre LI FUDCLEARS
to the situation which he al- Maintaining a daily average of
e xistsin OGratham and $,000, contributions have to date
num other towns where it is un- turned in a total of $20.186.
for a woman to walk unes- The latest list is as follows:
tcrted through the town at night reviouslyrian rut .. im.t$13,0.000
O In t:ie daytime due to the in- sith Roeirten Co Limited iiW.00
effectiveness of the American mill. ournoas wiihy Co. Ltd.,
tary authorities to deal with the Trinidad Trading Co. Agents 10000
Intbaroper behavior of the Amert- a lVuggiru & Co.. Limited .W00
w ll.Rotrtsn & Co. Ltd. 21"0. 10
an forces and the complete Mr. joa uotivn.als 20.. ..00
failure to Drevent unconcealed im- Mr. Manoecar'alho..ai.. 200
miss Dorothy Gonsalves JqI
iorallty and give proper protec- Q..i .d MI o.it< oxen 100 Ii
on to women." Mr. and Mrs. o1 It Annisetle 10000
1)r. and Mrs. M. V. Boucnud Io 00N)
Mrs. Edith t t''.lS 1.00w
Miss Oila oAo's 100 00
Mr ond Mrs. liernian P-8," 100.00
T urkeyW ill rs. Al Mathtt 100 0
9 IllCyril altttns 200.00(
^ W PTrildtad Motor Insurance Co. ,
S.td 100 0
Mi.,. C x Li,kl ....... )00
A ug nst i i a n F 4It h r% 1it) 00
Mr. l, I~iunel d& Nonrigsa .. 0 ).
ANKARA, May 26 (AP).-Indl IMr. I o'nl u. Sikh .. too001
cation that Turkey is willing to Mr mni Mrs A It Richard 100.00
enter the war If requested by the *l1t11 & 30ll000ittrtl llie 111
U n td St t ir lxvilnox Anrd S~dv o t}ewrl 00).00~
United States and Britain, and If Matl.ouk &C. l1000
provided with new supplies, was J ri ellirr & t'I 1 10n
gIven in reliable quarters RS an tf. Mr. 1'1 M's A. erSI I i;0.
Mr IO terrriti i11 Ill
ermath of Mr. Churchill's state- m l() i,,re rI(nn]00.0
inent on Turkish neutrality. Thie Va.mZ yt xin1. pl',m"ike
Official reaction was still with- Street .. b
held, but from a well placed source Ai it 'i Sere0 i.. t 00
erd butrfromMr Wiltrl A1tle 0, o
came word that Turkey is willing Mit. snd Mrs. F V. tlirimptIiKt t0,l01
to take action provided she Is sup.- i' and MrS A. t,'hI Nl), Ol I0i
plied 300 'planes and 400 tanks, &=: pAt; t I, Let M .u.dT *,1O
The same source expects doubt as Sr. Feix Iufiutld5 .. .2o00
to any immediate Turkish entry Mr. Rtaphael i.cot..i2i 5 20
Into the war, because the Allied Mr. H S. K rn..hit,2 2. 0"
Mr. laiynmo ul e l,c baa? 'Is 2 '.00~l
Command's plans at present appar- .Mr. anid Mrst Jos it. ,ti',t a .(
ettly 1not0 to call for her to do go, Mr Wilim in Ca i 21,oil
----- .__ Mr. 1imvid A. Nanton . 2. ((]
Mr. F. 1. Ren d 2 'ti lX
SIn i er. C:. A. .currei ..... <1
Mrs. Higginu ,. 2' 1
India Renames c WK R.. hi l 2 .2 11'
Mr."an. M rX e. M tr in h t 2,. )(
Mft BhN nca Fer inliur .. 2:, 10I
Overseas Office t,,B ... .. .
icey. A. Tih'lRer, P.P. 2,00
Davldson Mot0 ucppil$ r 25'.04)
This Sompty of aite for the 5Ord Counsea Soiety. Maravat 20.0
molle has 1otifled the local J R Ping Otow .. 20.00
Oyeinunt that the Viceoy of Mrlgand Mrs. AnthurC. de
U 141 ha Va .1. ... .... .....10.00
dia lha decided with the on- i u j Leut. and urn. izar
cutrrence of His Exeutive Oouncil Mehoilt 10.00
tJ>Hmrn t^ roi,.n-,' ,,Mr. andl Mr'.' <'hart* Rignanlt 10 00
to rename the Department of In- r,. n I.ig i, t l o 1.00
ditna Overee, "Deptrtment of Mr. l;riec seanteniry ...... .. 10 00
Commonwealth Relaition"' with Mr. EKentf Hernandet ..... .. 0
effect from .a"th 30. Mr. C.rl C V ratt ,, .
I ng M. (Mrs M. ,i,'600
The following conmurique was. A iuIdfnt iof si. MIary's C tllege 3 00
Isued on that date:-- H. 'Caitiron 1 O1)
"A n~f~ft itlt't *.afj 'r MrJ nf t. nll ,,. ..1 1 00
At present India's relatlionsjer Mr. J mes t. i .... oO
.-l E = oVerA Mary de Muritirn ... .. 2 00
with Empire countries are con- poriithy de Mrntbrlni ..... I
dctl patly by the CommerceI Noirmian deMoottrn ... 1 00
Apartment, and partly by the 1 lh hltv l Montlirun .. 1 00
= rn m, p;riy Oy te" Coitect d by Mr. Lie Lon:
Department of Indians overseaa. .1 i; H 0riit ons a C .,ImtIte 210 10
The Oovernor-General with the i.f'd Arnold timileid 20,00
oncnrrence of His Executive YIItng ron;:n& tA C. 1t00 On
iv e iton Limid .. ... 100 0
Council has now decided to change pe AitraTimo t ('i ,o tnO nI
Ithe name of the Department of Riblern (193h) Umnitod 1..... 000
Indtians Overseia to the Depart-Mr M 0. I"tel Trestnai .. 2 00
en fMIsN$dMharesa. 2,1(10
n ant o Commonwealth Rela- WIlson Johnston. i,fmited. | M00
lions and to entrust the newly Collted by Mr. Cecil Alium
a.,nued Department with the oon- p ont00
duct of relations between India N, Ati,,ni orimn i eo, i.mlt ll (r0M
dutNntl,lIluITrading co imlmpI onct 0014
and the Domnintons In addition to Mr. M#41 Mrs C B Allium Ponn 2S Oi
the functions 'itch are at present Mr irI l PncRmaletntg t 1101
th. resiponslii of the Department Mr. Chn t.............. t
of Internal A. irs for the conduct Total i enid May 1 .......... .100
of 'iona with orelgn coun 's
and he Oommerce Department 0---S-
fo.- conductt of commercial re-
ltloa.s with all countries will re-
unchanged.",DOES
Unconditional Surrender INDIGESTION
Critics Answered WALLOP YOU
LONDON, May 26 (Reuter) LL Y U
rffairs debate In the House of LU In T'LI
Lords today. Lord Selborne, speak. B LW OW H E UB E
ftl for the Government, replied to HelP Tow FegetceM "*' Fer TTe KMo 0
crtcs of the unconditional surren- IM T tlrk' T
dr terms to Germany. He thought ian ha11oX&o o Ton ;o
they could not have ua bleMon t.han haf of Cardletiott Istedow. below
taey coEuld e Unti thave adurman the r-tw--in your a8 feet of hbels. so whet
tace In Europe until the German idigeij o stk alie, try Komethina that beli
people renounced their ambition dmetion in the stomach ANtD below the belt
to dominate the Continent and What you may need I Cartr's ittle Liver
they would not do this until *he Pills 1to ive needI htlip to that "orgotuM
were reaUv convinced that they 2to'ot- l ofbowels.
had lost this war and that war did .TaOonerter'slittbeLivtrpbof,
not pay. Unconditional surrender ThIy10P wake up a laiger ow of the Smae
woidB1 I* this into them beyond 1 t -t i nvtukhnyourstlomachANpbowel,,-
lny doubt and they would not be 2lpu tl whtt i wihatreueaen tinNatur-i
Wle to say as the Nazis now said Town way. l r
about the last war that the OGer- .Thtan nyu fel ietthe frokm iyo h ea that
makes you fe eal better front Your Molt to yore
man RItnIv had not been defeated toes.just ure you et the genuine Carter's
in the field, Ut vw= f rom vTOU chant Prise s30.
I I .1


Allied Troops

Drive On Rome
CONTINUED FROM PAGo 11
As General i virx Carks strik-
ing force, paced by tanks, burst
through the Cor positions, an Al-
lied spokesman declared that
"chaotic conditions prevailed in
the roads north from the battle-
tront in ti,l sector toward Val-
montone along which the enemy
was striving to extricate his motor
transport and valuable supplies.
More than .1,500 badly-needed
German vhicilcs have been knocked
out in the litt. two days by Allied
planess with Dulibs, and they thenI
roared low. starting and bombing
and causing Ixatlic jams. The Ger-
mans atlniloned a great d(al of
equipmtnIt in their retirat hrom the
CListernlla alr'.


selrbw (left) Oemmanir-in-
taly, rives orders y t leheno
eachhead, according to the cap-
peiture received in New Yol
Marshal General Barm vo I
rotmnd.-(AP photo.)


Portugal Urged

To Halt Aid

To Germans

WASHINGTON, May 26 (AP) -
It is learned that Britain and the
U.S.A. are working together in ne-
gotiations with Portugal and while
Brazil is acting alone, she Is keep-
ing both countries fully informed.
The present demands being made
on Portugal to stop completely
shipments of wolfram to Germany
forms part of an extensive "diplo-
matic offensive" by the Allies to
cut the Nazis off from their sup-
plies of this vital war material.
Portugal produces annually about
6,000 tons of wolfram. Recently,
the United States and Britain were
able to reduce German purchases
to about one-third of that amount
by buying all the wolfram they
could.
Officials pointed out that If the
Allies could shut the Germans
ronmplete'y off from Portuguese wol-
fram. 1lev would deal the Nazis a
severe blow. While strong pressure
has been brought in some cases
upon other European neutrals, the
the Allies aie approaching Portu-
gal In a most friendly manner be-
caus" of their long standing friend-
ship 'ith the Iberian nation.


12,000 PRISONERS a a a An C
By today, the count nf ir i Canada And Chile
taken in Ithe two-wef k.s-old offen- lrt
,ive had passed 12.000 and the i evate Envoys
bag was growing rapidly. Field- -
Marshal Alberl Kesselring lis OTTAWA, May 28 (AP)-Mr.
already sacrificed possibly a fifthl Mackenzie King, the Canadian
of the man-power of the 17 divisions Prmne Minister, announced y~s-
he ha.F south ot Rc.me. terday in the House of Commons
IVaughan Thonias, wlho went that Chile and Canada had
In with the AmTcricanis as they agreed to the elevation of their
were cleaning up the last Ger- diplomatic representatives to the
n1 pocket across the Cisterna raujk of amnbassadors. In the
wheatt;;lds churned up by shell forthcoming exchange of repre-
fire and a maze of burnt out sentatives with Peru, both Cana-
tanks and other wreckage, says dian and Peruvian representatives
that the town .tis a litter of wvuld have the rank of amznsa-
broken stones and bricks. The do., said Mr. King
last Germans in Cisterna were No change in the present revre-
chased out by the shout of enftatiotin with Chile has been pro-
"Come on out of it," and they Iosetd.
tumbled up from cellars and -
strongpoints, tlting awayi their SOVIET ENVOY IN CANADl_
rifles ,vtid revolvers and moved OTTAWA, May 26 (CP)-Mr. 0.
up on their way to prisoners of N. Zarubin, new Russian Amhes-
war camps. Itn support of the s-dor to Canada,. arrlred here
Fifth Army's advance from the yesterday and was received by a
beachhead, Allied warships born- group of offlcitl Government re-
barded and destroyed German presentatives. He was accompanied
i-ttterv positions and blvoutsi: by his wife and his 14-year-old son,
areas.] Victor.



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STONIGHT-
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DINNER IN ALL ITS ORIENTAL COLOUR.
S ESPECIALLY PREPARED FOR DISCRIMINATING
PEOPLE. DANCING WILL FOLLOW DINNER
TO THE STRAINS OF THE UNRIVALLED
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Health Me,=*r b.%'Coloes T


a
Dr. Norman Mactnn a, Director o Medical S rvices, described
t" fortUom Van wula di e. eampaian s em" t the bet
elth m VmWe nddtakirm nla a lUsh Woos wha he ad-
dressed a .atherit at mwdklca men and nurm at the Colonial Bo-
ital on TiW M o afttUaen.
The oceuoas a .i funCtion, atr
which Dr. Maclnnan was host to wlm welcome to Colonel Wger
medical practitIom's, nauraift a nd ^ is s ta the coMse of

of the ks -n M the n ot
the xe=uU m o l to thei Trtm-e au oa v in.
dad tfe truodue taS N ea tt wit the aina-
et.S-oI fIe Ol ierU2T r atilt M at Olond Wsfnf
senior U onand Americanad- disposal a eSess linrsof this

ommifseent hsi stte taif of th eo-operAtiUon of the
medical proauilon of Trinidad In
STAW DIrncULTY the great work they we" carrying
out.
Dr. Maclennan, in his opening Colonel Wenter introduced his
remarks. brie 4y traced the se- stsff a11mg who1 were0 :
quence of event. leading up to the Goarge A. Ury. ,A. ourpeoo (R);
suration of thoe caon Sa munel Orien Payne, PA S ur-
wicaedescribed as oneote O (R) Martin J. Cook, assistant
blet health measure ever un- surgeon(Rnta; surgeon;s. .
dertaken In a BrtUsh colony. asitant dental sure;llh B.
He Pointed out that while the Hoan, surgeon; RobertL... etts.
Trinidad and Cnited States Oov- astnt dentalSurgon (R); Abra-
ernments had agreed to inaugurate ham H. Ru"skoff, assistant sur-
such a camping. and that both geon (R); Elmer L. Babb. senior
hasEontributd on a 50 per cent medical technician: Rolnh .F. Wl-
ba&s on the financial side, the lenhor associate, pubUc health
great difficulty had been In ob- representative' Chestina A. Ken-
ta1ine the trained staff and equip- counsellor; Ctlaretice B. Davis, pe-
ment which Is.so neoessarv to en-nlor clerk: Lawrence x. Chandler,
sure that the campaign will be a laboratory technician: Charlotte K.
success. Reamey, assistant, public health
He paid a great tribute to Colonel representatives; Chestim A. Ken-
Wenger, who. through his enthu- dall, associate public iealta nursing
siLasm and drive, had been able to consultant; Norma F. Whiteside,
overcome administrative difficulties associate public health nursing con-
because of war conditions in Ame- sultant; Nelle M. Stancil. acting
rica, and had succeeded in obtain- chief nurse; Grace B. Dettinae'.
ing efficient personnel each special- dietician; Lillian D. Dutton. oub cS
Ised in some definite line of actlvi- health representative; Margaret
ty. Hamilton. laboratory technician;
Louise P. Retherford, laboratory
SUPERIUMAN EFFORT technician: Cevell PF. Knick, act-
ing chief nurse.
Dr. Maclennan described Colonel Tlere was general appreciation
Wenger's effort In obtaining staff of the work of the matron anr.
and equipment as super-human in sisters and senior nursing staff o,
these difficult times. He welcomed the Colonial Hospital, and the ma-
Colonel Wenger and his staff to the tron and assistant matron of the
Colony and assured them that they military hospital on the excellent
would have the co-operation of the manner in which tea and other
medical and nursing professions and refreshments were served.
of the public generally. -


Colonel wenger expressed his
appreciation of the welcome ac-
corded him and his staff and pro-
mised that the compliment would
be returned as soon as his efforts
had materialised. He felt at home
in this Colony and derived great
pleasure in organising the cam-
paign.,
LANGUAGE AND FOOD


There were one or two points
which hie felt very much the need
of his people and the people of
this Colony coming to an agree-
nient abouG, and these were, aang-
uage and food. Especially In re-
gard to the latter.
He had on his staff a diet special-
ist whose business it would be to
prepare local dishes and to teach
others to prepare American dishes.
Apart from this hie assured them
there were no difficulties. This
was a public health measure Wor-
thy of the best efforts of the
Colony.
Dr. 8. M. Laurence, on behalf of
the medical profession, extended a

Application For A
Licence From The
Governor


SNotice is hereby given that in
pursuance of Section 20 of the
Companies Ordinance application
has been made to the Governor for
a Licence directing an Association
about to be formed under the
rtime of The West Indies Church
Army to be registered with limited
liability without the addition of
the word "Limited" to Its name.
The objects for which the Asso-
ciation is proposed to be estab-
lished are to take over in the Col-
ony of Trinidad and Tobago all
the property of the present unin-
corporwted body known as the
Church Army in Trinidad and to
undertake and carry on the work
hitherto carried on by that body
including the establishment of la-
bour homes, night shelters, ap-
proved schools, hostels, creches
and other p:,.ces of refuge for the
poor and generally to promote the
welfare of the poor and the relief
of distress and to do all things
which may further or be conducive
to those objects. The income and
property of the Association ts to be
applied solely towards the promo-
tion of its objects and no portion
thereof Is to be paid or transferred
directly or indirectly by way of
dividend, bonus or otherwise by
way of profit to the members of
the Association.
Notice is hereby further given
that any person, company, or cor-
poration objecting to this applica-
tion may bring such objection be-
fore the Registrar General on or
before the Sixth day of June next
by letter addressed to the Registrar
o Companies at the Red House,
Port-of-Spain, Trinidad. B.W.I.
DATED this Twenty-second dty
of May, 1944.
NOEL P. BOWEN,


Statement On Prisoners
Sought From Japan
LONDON, May 20 (CP) Mr.
Anthony Eden revealed In the
House of Commons that Rus-
cia has made representatioL.i to
Japan on behalf of Eritish war
prisoners. The British want satis-
faction on these points.
1.-The right of the protecting
power and the International Red
Cross to visit camps:
2-A full list of British prisoners
and internees, and those dead;
3.-The Japanese to agree to dis-
tribute Red Cross supplies sent by
neutral ships.
BARGAINS


66 Picton Street. Possession! 58
Malony Street, Possession: 22a
Harpe Place, Part Empty; 207
Paris Boulevard, $3,500: 132 Second
Street, $1,800; 153 Old St. Joseph
Road, $1,600; St. Vincent, Frede-
rick, Prince, Charlotte, George and
Queen Streets; Maraval, Possession
guaranteed. Large and Small
loans on mortgages.
NORMAN DAVID-FEVECK,
Real Estate Agent.
36 St. Vincent Street.

OBITUARY

Mr. Cyril Henry Ayow, talte clerk of
the Ste. Madelelne Sugar Co., Ltd. for
the past 28 years, passed quietly away
alter a two t2) da)I' liness.
He, umfortunstely, buried one of htl
grandchildren, Myrtle Boodoo (aged three
years) ol Thuieday. May 11. and collapsed
the same night. Death, the avenger,
claiming him on Saturday, 13th, and him
lait remalns were laid to rest the follow-
Ing afternoon at the St. Clement's Came-
tery alter a very solemn ceremony at Uthe
church.
The deceased who was of a very cheerful
disposition, was a very popular figure in
the district and gained the respect of all
with whom he came in contact, which fact
was borne out by the large gathering that
attended the funeral, the largest see An
the district for years.


He :eaveS to mourn their toss Mildred
(wife), Sylvia. Mrs. Sybil Boodoo, Cart.
KImlyn, P7%yllle, Jean. Gilbert, Joan. l, Ian
and John (childt'en). Anna (grandchild).,
Mrs. M. John (Sister) Austin Ayow (bro-
ther), Marjorie. Cynthia, Sheilla, Gloria. I
Yvonne. Norma, JacHlyn, Janet, Myrna
and V (lma nieces), Aidwyn and Esmond
(nephews), A. John. Carime and Wignin
Sealy (brothrtS.-ln-iaw). Mre. Malt ATM
and Mrs. Z. Allenrs (slsters-in.law Mri.
M. Spaly (mother-an-law), and Me. Us 8.
More (cousin).
'the bears eon Mr. Auetin Ayqw, Mr.
0. X. More, Mr. Carlton and Mr. Wilbert
Sealy, Mr. 1. Calender and Mr. N. Dayal.
Wreaths were lnt by the Staff S.M.S.
Co., Ltd., Clerks Central Office. taff
Medical Dept, 5.M.B. Co., Ltd.. Mr. and
Mrs, 0. Weatw4od. Mr. ad M Z. K.
Johnson ad family, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel.
Mr. and Mrs. V 6. Wet and fImily, Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Dopaon and family, Mr.
and Mrs. A. John & family, Mr. and Mrs
Austin Ayow and family, Messrs. A.
Ahow and Kenneth Tong, Miss V. Baynes,
MIn t. Harrlis, Mr. and Mrs. Gould Da-
vita & family, Mr. 0. D. Baird & family.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. Murray and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Klsoon, Mr. and Mrs. R. May-
nard, Mr. L Manlckchand, Mrs. P. Hug-
gics, Mr. k. deannes. Mr. and Mrs.
Gould, Mr. and Mrs. Barry Daviea and
many others.


INDIAN L

F, LTD


TDIME TABLE
Operative Fr F ebnwury 14th,
Al thes aise=by an rs~
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN AE FOS PF1i 0 Eo
FOR ALL OTHER DETLU MleASK APPLT IL
OoMoe: 3 Abertrmb Street. Port.of-0pi
'Phones M and 7TM
MONDATY 3M im rtd4e4-GreadtGma.
10.6,5 aSA. Tfwndm .re,*-fi .
SM a.,)
.46 aim.) Trialdad-Dareadeak
I40 yau.)
IS p.m')
TuESDATM ajM. TriMid-ad rbaMe.4A
St. Kitts-A4U8 .. I
WKDNKSDATI I,9 au. TrBlsd-Greada4t.,
6.6am)Darbaieos-t. Lucia.
S.M am.nI
9.40 a.n.) Trnldad--arbadee.
126 pm.)
4.45 pP. Trinidad-Tobas.
THURSDAYt 6.- a-s. Trinidad-Grenada-at.
St. LaBAcla-Antinsa.41 I
g I3 a.m. Trinidad-Barbaeae,
19.16 pmJ. Trindad--arbadoL
FRIDAY: A6 a.m,)
9.40 a.m.) Trinhldad-Barbadoes.
1.0 p.M.)
4.45 pjm. Trinidad-Tobaco.
SATURDAY: 6M a.m. Trinidad-Barbsdes-.AM
St. tKitts.
9.M a m. Trinidad-Tobaco.
10.45 a.m. Trinidad-Grensda.
SUNDAY: 6.00 a.m. Trlnldad-Barbade-f8t
11..0 a.m. Trinidad-Barbades.
3.00 p.m. Trinidad-Tebago.
4..1 n.m Trinidad-Tobago.


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LONDON, May 26 (AP).-
Vichy radio quoted a German
mililiry spokesman as saying:
"The capture of Rome in any
case is matter of presttg- and is
not of military significance."
The spokesman was quoted as
saying the Germins would "ac-
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m Polie eCoudt and
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5th ome by SuD-
j am s i Udentified aby
o theU.S8. Armed
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t od the court that he
oss kit and cup In
on.t He was tola to
bouds to the dump, and
were being thrown
two doors which
the boards.
ireh Wsa cityh who
sy youth, who
WayInto ay U.S. Naval
Sa borrowed permit, and
e generator from the
u-, was yesterday ordered
Mc. W. Celex= to be
l r e the Y.P.D.I. for three

dealingg $100 nugget gold
Sfrom Mrs. RaiJnauth of
SPark West with whom she
played as maid, Princess
w sM yesterday sent by Mr.
Oelestain In the second
ct for three years at
HeHill Institution.
Wt charge of the house
employer was away, Bov-
sthe bangle from a press
idIt in a rubbish heap, but
it after the loon was dis-
r ,sud was yesterday
or 30 days for failing to
Several other persons
mlpieted for similar offences
I tored to pay fines ranging
*B15.__
Mao Brown, a city man who
siht by Special Constable
yle selling rum to an
sailor, was yesterday
and ordered to serve
I Imprisonment for sell-
thout having a licence.
Jamin, a man with more
["previous convictions, was
ordered to serve sen-
llng three years on
at malicious damage and


orator Inducts
SMinister
GU ardUa Correspondent
l X), Friday, May 26.-The
S. C MacDonald, interim
of the Presbyterian
lin Trinidad, Inducted the
r an R. Seesaran, newly
PresbyteriAn minister, to
n a Iolourful ceremony at
Memorial Church here
afternoon.
h tInclemency of the
re was a large attend-
part in the ser-
Swere the hiev.
SScringeour, the Rev.
X10% mthe Rev. A.
e Reva. T. A. Hosein,
pJ. R. Gibbilngs, the Rev.
?A-Worell (Church of Scot-
3* Mr. 0. R. Persaud (lay
native of Presby'.ry.)
larry Luke
,VBack Soon
Biety Luke. chief represen-
IW the British Council, who
4 Leeward Island tour, is
Sback here towards the
H) month. It is expected
arry will return in time
SMr. A. W. Steward, who
here from London to
.a poet with the Council in
or British Guiana.
DECREES
to onL of the two divorce
in which decrees nisi
r'onounced by Mr. Justice
I -* Brown tn the Supreme
t Monday were Thelrnma
M nd Oliver Tonimy Alonzo,
o Ste lla Alonzsa and Oliver
0 4 was Inadvertently re-
la Tuesday's Issue of the
Pad Guardian.,"
0I ; O ICER NIMED
I~hzent of Mr. 0. R.
^Warden of the Mahaica
SHospital, British Guiana,
M of Administrative As-
asocial Welfare Ofcer, I
ar Leprosarium, was
bounced yesterday.


AUCTION


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44 klmont Circular
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luoA. Hosang to by
AicMton. the following:~-
Sewnga Foot Machines
with Zlectric MotorsI 7
S w w Foot Machines. I
Slw n Handd Machine, I
tOun Machine, 2 6ee-
bm, 3 ToyloTaI Shears, I
nttonhole Attachment, I
Sewing Machine Parts
1I Cutting Table sft.
Si~ttins Chairs, l Stogie
f oot. 1 Morris Tae,
Ie, offie Desk 1 I
t2 Wooden Beds, 2
Mattresses (single). 1
Table, 5 Dining- Room
S-Piece Morris Suite acm-
Wth,, CushtIons, Gent's
S Table. 0 Book Shelves. I
f......... _,ii%.g t, 1 TowiRllrBacE.
r 111 Qetitaf T1Me
E.O.aits.4 Canadian OhaInr
I Pori
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SAN FERNANDO.
Favoured with inteUcou t -
.elvod from M Dorothy Paynter1
undersigned will sell by ai action on
the above date, time and place
the specially selected and w-kept A
household furniture and effects in. i V
eludinW:-- I
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1 Book-case
1 SiMmon 4' B" MAIl T
1 Orapaud Dressing Table with I' ""TO
4-Mirror O.G. Mahogany Bureau; A Scnif
cne largeMahogany Wardrobe
(pamd and mirror) V OfSWiu
Large Side-board with mirror V eb
Small Sideboard ,
Dining Table amd 1x Chairs fpfobs
An a-day Chiming Clock .-
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To Lecture


Child Welfare League Says

1943 Was A Difficult Year

aXi. year Itoo has been a Vey 4UAt e f tsr the iM Welfat
League. according to Dr. Laurene the president, whM "nrt
ft 0h activitis at tth leue duringA lot yar w b1 o peemated at
its th annual meeting to be held at the stephnlw Uat Building s
Wednesday.
Th7 report says: 'The difficulti
arose from many quarters. The o th whole COlnyh but aws &"a
cau of the war for service from all theo lwap 10 I oombigtany dIS-
and sundry has put a strain onsome eutits -mltg o sI M -
of our workers which has reacted "41- wa n.1 010.
to the louw of the ague; while the Ott thet ot t fants, te
earnings of some of those frI t= states:0`1 1 14 e hasnot
whom the league more particularly bes umindytl of the dIua ves
eaters, have led to a certain lax- ih many mothers m t have
ness in taking advantage of the 0 Pt1le In pov d&nt milk for
ministrations of the league ithehe their hbes m owee toz hs ris Int
Interest of the children, with the Prices. To help meet those dileul-
result that the attendance at clinics the league decided to spend
has not been so regular as before." large. sum s a$4, ng
branches according to their special
DUAL CONTROL needs. This was in addition to the
2,000o annual grant for milk now
Most characteristic factors In the given by the Stephen's Trust since
leagues operations during the pthe he Government milk grant was
year, the report stated, have been stopped."
Those arising from the transition -
period of change-ovr from whollyBn kw .Dn s
wague to dulal control, the result of Banlk-Deposits
Government undertakit, to Uincor- "16v "
porate the nursing staff into the Chow T
Civil tere .,.infts being too- Show Big Increase
pulled to take a part in the employ- g In ra e
ment and control of the league Rebflecting extension of the iav- -
nurses, thus bringing the clinic and loig habit, balance to the credit of
district nurses into a more or less depositors with Trinidad Co-opra- V
homogeneous service. "This," the tive Bank, Ltd., which was $m3.-
report says, "enables mutual help 961.94 in 1941, jumped up to $1,727.,-
and substitution to be more easily 003.4 for the year ended Septem- *
effected." ber, 1943. according to the thirtieth
annual report of the directors for '
DESIRABLE ARRANGEMENT presentation to the general meet- com
ing of shareholders in the Bank on
Dr. Laurence declares that the Hall at Charlotte Street on Wed- Ha
Point Fortin branch occupies a nesday night. May 31. In
unique position in the league for, Depositors on register during the I
connected with this branch is a year were 118,87. who put in ger
maternity hospital available to 1,90,997.00 and withdrew $1,337,- Go
mothers being cared for by the 007.59. las
league. This, in his view, Is a most Net revenue of $41,579.10 for the Ro
desirable arrangement, but it has year helped to iake available for in
led to financial embarrassment distribution a total of $43,680.58, ouw
which threatened the efficient out of which recommended appro, me
working of the branch. Certain priations include $23,07.12 for in- W
special arrangements, acceptable to terest payments to Penny Bank ger
the branch committee, have been depositors, and $14,168.10 for 10
submitted to Government in the per cent dividend on ordinary his
hope that, If accepted, the branch shares. t o
will be able to function as success- The report discloses that land of
fully as hitherto, tenant house-owners on the bank's ce
The Tacarlgua-Tunapuna branch property at Kernahan's land, St. acc
he comments, also had difficulties Prancois Valley Road, are now ef-
to face. "In the first place," he fered facilities to assure their iy
states, "the separation of the two holdings on the easy payment plan. M
centres was advocated by the com- ---- =_
mittee of the branch; no sooner
was this recommendation carriedMore Aid ForNurses F,
out than, to the regret of the cen-
tral authority, the committee re- Aphnlar h Fund
signed as a whole as from the G.Tolaeollp Fu d rnl
middle of December last. As many G.eFrun t t et
efforts to form new mitte Further contributions to the let
a new committee Scholarship Fund oranised by the be
failed, the president and secretary Certificated Nures Association Ing
met the retiring committee at have brought the total past the at
Tunapuna in December and the $WO0 mark, leaving $400 to be col- dic
working of the branch was taken elected before the goal of $1,000 is nes
over, the treasurer kindly continu- reached, i
Ing to act to the end of the year, The latest list. of contributions vet
while efforts were made to establish is as follows:- rec
a new committee. So far, in spite Previously acknowledged from sub-
of earnest appeals, no success has cript.ons and .Proceeds from my..(
e 3 ~dance ....._...... .. .. $3 1S.27
been achieved and one of the old- Mr. E. C. Crawford ...1 25.00
est clinics has fallen on very evil Mesdami O'Neil., Hunt, Seymour, ,
days, resisting every effort to re- eR -SM.'.t R.A ......... ... 00
habilitate it. On the other hand, Rev. K. G, Payne ... ..... .00. 0
the Tacarlgua section has been for- The Van. Arcndeacon Streetly .... 2.00 1
e tunately kept up c the kin ser r- T iur ............... 3.00
tunately kept np y the ka O~Wnee-rher 'riCM'. T. 10. Kelehall.. b.00
vices of the new committee. Major L. C. C Hoon .............. 5.00 Ne
Meois Allum Co. ...................... ,00 has
HOUSING PROBLEM Dr. K, P. Beaubrun ............ 5.00
The Rev. V. 9. Walls ....... ........ ,1 Fed,
ousin f n e n Hon'ble T. Roodal .................. .00 Clit
Housing of clinics and nurses In nFinal proraeda from dance ...........
the country district. Dr. Laurence Doenutm to dance .............. ...... v.
observes, Has been another problem. Tot i the
e points out that the nurses' o ................................... $607.52 tom
He Points out that the nurses' pt
quarters at Arima are all but comn- ian
pleted and that the enhanced cost -
of building due to war conditions,
is the only difficulty. The projected
erection of a clinic at Toco has also -r .a
been held up owing to excessive 12. Broaway,
building costs and the league hopes Port-of-Spaln.
that as soon as the new health 'PhOne 86M4.
centre being established at Mor-
vant is completed, both clinic hous-
ing and nursing quarters will be NOTICE
provided.
CONFUSION IN BRANCHES
Alluding to confusion among CAFE & PARLOUR
some branches consequent upon the C ALOU
introduction of changes affecting tukD
organisation of the nursing service OWN ERS
and child welfare activities without
the knowledge or consent of the We are now able to
league's authorities or committees offer vou supplies of
concerned, Dr. Laurence reveals that American Candv at the
a committee has been appointed following wholesale
by the league's executive to make rates'-
recommendations with a view to
remedying what he terms "an un- LEMON DROPS I.. *12
satisfactory state." -' '"
The report refers in grateful SOUS BALLS .... $I M
terms to the services rendered the per Case of 46 12-os. Packets.
league by voluntary workers; to the '
reduction of the nursing personnel
notwithstanding the large numbers
trained by the league in welfare
work. and adds: "The arrival of the fledls AI lere
superintendent of all nurses ap- -uge* .MMM ..iere
pointed by Government ought not ; L*,d
only to Improve child welfare work & wC o., Ld

FURNITUIRE SiAJLE ---- -- f
BY AUCTION
SATURDAY, lITti MAt, 1*4 ,t .
1.1 P.M I* l 1


Workers Get $504
.ompensations
Two injured workmen got $W04
npensation under agreement put
record b'y Mr. Justice rie
dlinan sitting as Commisioner
the city yesterday.
Por loss of the right index on-
r while employed with Trinidad
vernment Railways in December
t, James Fletcher, of Branch
ad, Aranjuez, accepted $104.81
full settlement. He had prtvi-
ily received $63.14 as prtt-pay-
nt.
Matthias Ettlenne of Forest Re-
ve, who had already received
.30 agreed to accept $261.70 from
Employer, the Superintendent
Port-of-Spiin Wharves, In re-
ect of injuries .sustained In an
*ident last August.
; -0
malaria Report
or Health Board
A report on a malaria survey ofl
nicdad and Tobago by Dr. W.
Downs, Dr. H. P. Smith Gil-
te and Dr. R. C. Shannon, will
laid on the table at th3 leet-
g of the Central Board of Health
the office of the Director of Me-
al Services at 10 a.mn on Wed-
sday.
Dr. H. V. M. Metivier. senior
erinary officer, will speak on the
ent outbreak of eq;:lne encephalo.
elitis --animal rablcs.

court Rules Aussie
order Invalid
YDNEY, May 26 (CP).-The
w South Wales State Court
a ruled Invalid the AustraliUan
deral regulation under which
rms were ordered to work in
lous industries. The court held
regulation a piece of gratul-
i executive or bureaucratic des-
lam which reduced the Austra-
population to serfdom.


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Courageous

Capture Wins

Reward
o"dal roe ;0t'13 of the out-
ftw. pdIem. wto at th ristk o
I'" IM M iJJ1 t ft t With
rave prmnal tnjury, Sought with
bae hands a man earned with a
revolver, Is contained In a bulle-
tin issued by the Commlalionw of
PMc announcing approval by His
Xxoeidfcy the Acting GO0ernor of
mM et to he ourageoa four.
Towe rewarded are Lan eCor-
pi ailey, Conatable Quahe,
nabeuAsleyd ani Constabie
KBset e who will rscerve h 3r $40
anM WM each. repectlvely.
The armed man, I Istated,
red several shos at the policemen
and kept them at bay for some
time unts Constable Quashlie even-
tually succeeded In overpowering
The accused was convicted and
sentenced to 10 yers' bhard labour.
Rewards of $20 each have also
been approved by HIS Excellency
the Governor for the following
Police Instructors responsible for
the training of Membera of the
Opecial Reserve Police Force and
Volunteer ire Brigade.
Sub.-Dspector Roberts, Sub.-In-
spector Archer, Sub.-Ipector
,Melville, St. Aono, Sgt. Oriffth,
Bit. Phllp. at. Boyce, Oorporal
Marshall, Corporal Ahmond, Oor-
pr1 Austin, Corporal Pilgrim,
Corporal Williams, Lance
Woe ral D Lance Corporal
Phillip, Constable Cupid, Constable
Ree Constable Rodrguez. Con-
Itable LaCaille, Constabie Thomas
and Constable Kippins.

Siparia Health
Centre Started
Ocstructlon of a health centre
at Siparia to give the Colony Its
third so far was started last Satur-
day by Mr. A. E. Johnson, Couva
contractor the "Trinidad Guardian"
has been informed. It is to be built
along the ame lines a& the one
recently completed at Arima.
S tite for a fourth centre, this one
at Morvan t, has been selected and
contract given out to Planning r nd
Housing Commission.
A fifth centre, it Is st'wed, Is
likely to be constructed in Tobal .
but a suitable site has not yet
been decided upon.
Meanwhile the progra-nne f(r
erection of 12 normal dnipzi;.)es
Is expected to start with cr.iIruc-
tlon of a dispensary at Hu'obers-
town Ouapo.
This structure will be put up on
the model of the dispen--ar: re-
cently erected at Maraval an(i
should be complete at the end of
this year.
VACANT POSTS
Applications nave been invited
for the posts of drawing office as-
sistant (lemalet in the Public
Wolks Department, and of her-
barium assistant in the Department
of Agriculture.
Saury of the first post is *480-
WO--20O-O0-- with an efficiency
bar at $720 and of the other $516
for two years and on confirmation
$680-0---90 and then by incre-
ments of $96 to $1,440. Both posts
are pensionable. Applications must
reach the Colonial Secretary'a Of-
flce not later than June 15.


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Tea Party & Twilight Concert
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win deUver a pmilc teettr en
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S.C. Sledl at 7.46 p.m. an
Wednesday. May IL The ee-
tare wi Mbe held under the am-
lef of tUe Aesgat Aeademy ot"
hlieb Mr. T. Terranmee TheImp-
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W men's Compensation

LAwj Should Be Changed
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o RDK CE workmen's compen-

s ation ceam has shown the need ot
PSnige In certain directions, and it is
, four years since the West India Royal
oCmmission urged West indian Govern-
ments to consider the adoption of the
O4ntario system. The San Fernando
borough Counccil is quite right, therefore,
In asking the Government to have the
Ordinance amended without further
delay, though we disagree with many of
'the opinions expressed at last week's
[meeting.
The advantages claimed for the On-
tartio system, which we believe has been
adopted in most of the other Canadian
provinces, Include speed and certainty
In operation, the elimination of lawsuits,
and the provision of a staff of medical
specialists with a referee. The last-
named Is a benefit which the frequent
divergence of medical opinion in work-
men's compensation cases here should
cause us to appreciate; and apart from
this there should be a welcome for
methods which do away with costly
litigation. In principle, therefore, the
Ontario system is to be commended,
though obviously It must be carefully
examined In the light of local condi-
tou before a final decision is made.
It would be most unwise to Import
into any amending Ordinance provisions
placing freah burdens on agriculture at
the present time. The Ontario system so
far as we know does not Include labour-
ers on the land, and the suggestion to
bring these into local legislation came
not from the West India Royal Com-
mission but from the Forster Commis-
sion which preceded it. The latter body
did not say specifically that this should
be done, however, and left the decision
In effect to competent men on the spot
after examination of all the facts. The
Agricultural Society was on strong
ground when It asked the Government in
January, 1940, to postpone this matter
for the duration of the war, for it was
MIP 'stly a demand which agriculture
eoulu not meet. Whether It will be able
.to do so after' the war must be deter-
mined In accordance with circumstances.
The subject must be approached with
the desire to achieve changes beneficial,
on the whole, to all concerned, and not
to help one class at the expense of


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ne Tb M to MAU21 Mh 0 w1E.
musi cp S isN k dBfItsd. but
S who wish f*$ ure to1 be saddled
wim n2w AlIgI in O3*1 mida t pe.
mi dle should be prpaimed to
Indicate bhow those difficult can be

There is no need, however, to hold
back all amendments of the Ordinance
because of agriculture's position. After
four yeas waiting the Government
should be prepared to bring forward
draft amending legislation at once on
the lines recommended by the Royal
Commission. We cannot too strongly
stress, however, that before any Bill of
the kind is passed, the Interests affected
should be given sufficient opportunity to
study'the draft and to comment upon it.



Special Police And Firemen

Should Remain After War
THAT there is much substance in the
old adage, "It's an ill wind that
blows nobody good," emerges from
events of the past few years. When the
war broke out in 1939 Trinidad found
itself associated in a special way with
the great upheaval, and machinery had
to be devised to meet an entirely new
situation. The Government called for
volunteers to help maintain the essen-
tial services, and there were born the
Special Reserve Police and the Volunteer
Fire Brigade, among many other organ-
Isattions which have rendered incalcul-
able help to the Colony.
The big fires of the past few days
have again shown the value of these two
bodies. At the tragic and disastrous fire
at St. Joseph's Convent the "specials"
and the volunteer firemen performed
their jobs with a fine disregard of per-
sonal safety, not only when the fire was
at its height, but when they were
drenched by the rainstorm which broke
as the blaze came under control. Both
of these groups were also much in the
picture at the warehouse flare-up three
(lays earlier in Henry Street. It is safe to
assume that their work on that occasion
was not only of great assistance in con-
fining the outbreak within small limits,
but contributed to a serious fire being
tackled without ls* of life or limb.
In paying this tribute there is no
desire to detract in any way from the
performance of the regular Fire Brigade
and Police Force, whose efforts at three
fires within four days, two of them
major ones. rank we should imagine
with the highest efforts of, fire-fighters
anywhere. But we mention the Special
Reserve Police and Volunteer Fire Bri-
gade because they are products of the
war, and because of the general feeling
that they should carry on as a perma-
nent institution when peace returns.
It must be left to their members, of
course, to decide whether they wish to
continue. But men who have shown so
high a degree of citizenship In emer-
gency will hardly turn a deaf ear to the
wishes of a grateful community who
have long recognized their efficiency and
adaptability. The public desires them to
remain.


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ltte T4


The OBs.

MM.N.O,% ^WW9.- WfUmewm


Low WOtWPreme Coued1
bprfed ot Conwnt Fire
It= o"" lat t onla.'
The wole of Trndaw has a.-
mended a sympaty so O.erace
thiJ ArchbtoUand UM Catholc
Community on me tragedy wan h
oeiTre a few nigtbW a when U
a. Josep's onV.i was nsroMed
by flr. MltiUxn I latth U at
elor Uv4.
There tIs howwer something more
thaS the Trinidad public can do be-
- e sympathy. and that
Sto m wst on the elnu=on of
ugly nunour which ae being cir-
eulated regarding the shortage of
waier at this conflagration. It Is
being itreay stated that, in the
Initial Stages of this fire, the water
OINure wu totally inadequate;
and It Is also stated that the ire
Brigade would have been able to
aave all lives had proper water
pressure been available.
This, If true, Is a very serious
matter and it is the duty of Gov-
ernment to call on the Fire Brigade
to confirm or refute such allega-
tions. It is universally agreed that
on.r this occasion, the Fire Brigade
carried out th.lr duties with the
usual zeal and efficiency displayed
by this organisation, but, If they
are denied proper water pressure,
th-.n their hands are tied.
Should there be substance in what
Is being said, the Government
should either see"to It that the
City Council Immediately takes
steps to alter this deplorable situ-
ation or, failing this, should take
over the whole of the water admin-
istration themselves.
It is unthinkable that the City
Council should be allowed to con-
tinue to sit round a table and talk
interminably about petty political
Issues when people's lives may be
lost through lack of water.
Is It necessary that even further
lives must be sacrificed before the
Government and the City Council
wake up to the desperate danger
of the situation?
The Belmont Orphanage houses
some 650 children. If a fire were
to breakout there, are we to betold
that scores of lives may be lost
because of the lack of water pres-
sure?
We all know that the water Is
there and that all that is required
Is for Government to insist on a
proper .tdmlnlstratlon of the sup-
ply.
It Is sincerely hoped that if there
Is truth in what is being said about
the present tragedy, public opinion
will bring pressure to bear on
both Government and the City
Council so that the present ex-
tremely dangerous water situation
can be speedily remedied.
ANXIOUS CITIZEN
Port-of-Spain

T.B. Patients Not Wanted
The Editor, "Trinidad Guard"n."
As a resident in St. James, I IMst
certainly protea. very stimongly
against the intended removaL of
T.B. atlents to the Poor House.
What has happened to the money
subscribed more than 10 years ago
for the building of a sanatorium in
Trinidad? Before I left here for
Jamaica. I subscribed to that
fund, and while in Jamaica for a
period of five years I also sub-
scribed to their fund there, and I
am proud and glad to say that the
sanatorium In Jamaica was built
while I was there.
It Is doing excellent service.
while here In my own island, one
has got to ask the question "Where
is the money that we subscribed 10
years ago or more for building a
sanatorium, and why has it not
been built?"
Now that there Is some talk at
the local army taking over St. Clair
Cantonment, why not use the
buildings which will be vacated by
the army at Rapsey Cantonment
for the use of the T. B. patients?
LANDY de MONTBRUN.
Port-of-Spain.
Editor's Note: The proposal is to
transfer the T. B. patients to !.ie
infirmary which Is 90 feet from
the House of Refuge, and nr to
the House of Refuge Itself.

Transfer Opposed
The Editor, "trinidad GtiardLan."
On Tuesday, May 23, there ap-
peared in the "Trinidad Guardian"
a complaint entitled '"Tr.insfer of
T. B. Patents ought not to be
opposed."
We the residents around are not
in any way taking sentiment and
personal prejudice for our reasons
of objecting to the proposal. Far
from that. we are in great sym-
pathy wlint our unfortunate breth-
ren. but we cannot allow our sym-
pathv to overrule us, and rnot
lace facts In a case oLt this kind.
This area of lower St. James dis-
trict and Cocorite as many other
places around has a kind of people,
some of whom will do almcst any-
thlr. for the sake of money. We
feel although the proposal may
De temporary, as stated, we have
Ito oppose it. not so much for our-
selves but for our children whom
we are tryg our best to bring up
in a healthy state In body, mind
and aou.
IrANK TAYLOW
t. James

Cure For Cycle Theft
TM Editor, -Trinidad GardaiaLb'
It to a disgrace to the Colony tO
know that one cannot leave his
blcycle away frum his eyesight ior
JUsa few minutes, eor If one does,
It to most likely that it will be
tken by one of the bicycle thieves.
Today, everyone knows the value
oowng to the prsnt
state of transportation. Apart from'
its importance as a means of trans-
prtatiln. bicycles are very scarce.
they are to be had eonaomec
sums have to be pald for thens.
X think the only way f this to
mes to that Government should
not fail to make examples of those
sonvtcted for itealng cycles; but
should Impose severe nunishoesit,
and othertseeing the results would
refrain from doing likewise.
8. AMEXRALI
Prrtces Tenm._
Shopkeeper Complains
TIh, lM~l rindad GBarsdaa.'


nu am wu ng hUKxeft
to Zsi Jst 1 miles from
a DW MUM to M goods arriv-
Sme; whmlo k after they have
Mt bmIht and paid for, with the
railway and the wholesaler each
1*3m the blame for the delay on
W Mother.
14.r lsamw


Pawmm of.1amMua spoloa m*ft $ft Veeuryng em
premabo ft ( he Am. tbeaeA" alp t e sfety
of rons.amo a lsw m e t*o v o g ca % oam R '.
ItalaM em" whik pAduj te ,wySL ltb I BritSis 9""oeM



British Empire Builders

Led By Spirit Of Adventure


fn thd articleT LAordM e
points out that the Brit"h
Empire grew, net through the
plannhior f gevernme and
Committees but primary be-
cause adventurous ao enter-
pritshm n mien Mni wmen wen
Sprepa re to take rolks. Men
of tlb 0 0a9ealbMeb he adMs,
will helo to ieMA the poet-
war werld.
Bv LORD ELTON
What made the British Empire?
If one were asked this question it
ml-bt be dilcult .0 find a brief
satisfactory answer off hand. It
would be easy enough to say
what did not make 4. It was
not, for example, made by Oov-
ern.ecnts, or by Committee of
Planners; that at least is clear
enough. But what did make It-
that Is another question.
One short and simple answer
would be "The Royal Navy." And
that answer would of course con-
tain a "-eat deal of truth. Alkthe
same an even truer answer would,
I think, be 'The Splrit of Adven-
ture." For the Empire grew through
the centuries primarily becas s
adventurous and enterprising men
an. wcnien were prepared to take
risks.
'hey crossed the Peas for trade,
for freedom, to worship according to
their own lights for land, for
careers, for exploration and for a
score of other reasons but very sel-
dom in order to fight and almost
nevei in order to enlarge the Bri-
tish Empire. But for whatever rea-
son they went they would not have
gone If they had not been prepared
to face risks, risks whose dimensions
it sometimes needs an effort of thel
imagination for us to begin to real-
ise today.
Imagine for example-If you can
--what it must have meant to be
one of the small party of adventur-
ers which sailed In 1517 to do its
best to found a colony In Virginia.
These were not explorers-America
had been discovered nearly a cen-
tury earlier, but they' were almost
the first colonists this more
than 40 years before the Pilgrim
Fatners and the Mayflower. '

Many Dangers
Their voyage would last for many
weeks among the mountainous bil-
lows of the Atlantic. Conceive, If
you can, net only the dangers but
the mere discomforts of that Jour-
ney. the cramped quarters, the diet
of salt meat with no specific against
scurvy, the lack of anything which
we should call sanitary or medical
precautions. Remember that if they
ever reached America they would be
cut off forever from their homes
and relations In England-no tele-
grams, no posts in those days.
Remember that if they ever
reached America, they would have
to make homes for themselves in
the unknown wilderness with no re-
serves of food and with only such
few tools as they might manage to
carry across with them, and that
far the most probable fate that
awaited them was death at the
hands of the Red Indians, or tWe
more merciful alternative of slow
starvation.
What in fact happened to that
ship's company, whether they ever
made their landfall, we do not know.
They vanished without trace. But
one thing which we do kncw is that
among them were seventeen women,
That Is one example of what I mean
by the readiness to take risks,
Early Traders
The early unconscious-or anln-
tentlonal-Empire builders, there is
not better label than their own-
were merchant adventurers. It was
the East India Company of 1600
which in due course established
British rule in India. But the Comn-
pany's servant did not go to India
to conquer, they went to trade, and
they had been peaceful traders for
more than a century before the col-
tapse f the Mogul Empire into an-
archy, and. the attacks of the
French, compelled them to take up
the sword. But merely to be a mer-
chant in the East in the seven-
teauth century waS to be an adveA-
W ineed.
to those early days, the average
aepctatoa *I life of the omn-
pany. uw t was about three
7an t ts U of these men were
YOM. SWthem by beufvolent
oursIncreasingly an
pl fr us today. spoke
of EiPlor any tI5'otherADM Iom


Ity to them. They filled up no forms
They were adventurers.
.L century and a half later Robert
Olive at Plas-ey-one of the decisive
battles of the world-with 3,000 mnm
routed an army d 50,000. Clive-
just one more penniless aend trouble
some son of an impoverished squire
shipped off like hundred s befon
him to seek his fortune In India.
Many cause went to the making
of the Empire, but underlying all 01
them was the fact that at thi
moment when thp age cf disccvery
laid open to Europe the New Workd
in the West and the Old World i
the Eat, the English. for they wer
not British yet. were a hardy peo-
ple full of adventurous enterprise
a people to whom It came naturally
so to speak, to produce a Franc
Drake-whote hair-ralsing adven-
tures as he sailed round the giobe
for the first Ute in human history
should be familiar to every Britisht
citizen. Or a Captain John Smith
who by sheer force of personality
carried the first settlers of Virginli
through the terri!)ble sufferings o:
the first years, when his little com-
pany was dying five or six a day
and the survivors were too few and
too weak to bury the dead.
Foundamtlons Laid


No Government planned the ex-
pansion of England overseas. These
men laid the foundations of our
own world-wide Commonwealth by
the simple process of being pre-
pared to go where opportunity and
the bright ey-s of danger tempted
them.
All our greatest Imperial rivals
were authoritarian states, in which
colonisation was an affair not of
Individual enterprise but of minis-
ters and officiaL. Spain of the
Armada. France of the Bourbons,
or France of Napoleon, Germany
of the Hohenzollerns, all were ruled
by despots and bureaucrats and we
overthrew thsm all. The Germany
of Hitler is but the latest version of
the rigid tyrannical system which
our adventurers have so often out-
dared and out-fought before.
DO not suppose that the adven-
turers were all either merchants or
fighting men. Some of the great-
cst names in our imperial history
are those of men who risked every-
thing to discover or to heal or to
preach. David livingstone, for
example, was a great missionary.
but equally he was a great adven-
turer-the man who discovered the
whole course of the Zambesi and
explored East Africa in order to
reveal the horors, of the Arab slave
trade.
Mungo Park *nd th' discovery of
the sources of the Nile, Sir John
Nelll and the ending of slavery in
Zanzibar, Rajah Brooke and the
throne of Sarawak, these and
countless others aie stories not
only of high achievement but of
adventurous enterprise.
Empire Not Object
It was men such as these who
made tle British Empire, but to
make the British Empire was far
from being their object. The Brit-
ish Empire Indeed grew as a sort of
unintentional by-product of the
adventurous enterprise of Its cItl-
tens,
Thil way hu shown that 1
spirit of adventure burns as bright-
ly as tver among our people. And
when the war is over we shall need
the adventurer as never before. Do
not suppose, because you h'ar us
talking so much of social security,
or because planners seem sone.
times to be planning our lives
from the cradle to the grave that
our ideal is going to be a life of
unadventurous material comfort
administered by a benevolent bu-
reaucracy.
The young men whom the for- I
tunes of war, and In particular thel
Empire Air Training Scheme, areI
now taking far from their own I
homes into distant corners of the
Commonwealth will know more
than they could have learned in
any other way of the opportunities
which are waiting there for the
adventurous, and of the role which
It is the destiny of our umque world
community to play In the new age.
In the past the British Common-
wealth was made by the adventur-
ous; It will be out of the riches of
the experlene which they have be-
queathed and through adventurers
yet to be that in the future It will
make its great, ontribltion to the
organisation of a stable and pros-
peromU world soclety-"Lesdon Cal-
lWg.-.


Tomorrow's Church* Services


ANGLICAN
CATM4OAL OP THE HOLY TMINITY
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DRAWING OTIK AIJWAIT
(P--e)

Application are avited tort
pelt of Dm'win A 0" u ats
Mamie) a u Worfs Depat-
am"W
'The salary of the post which to
pensionable, is on the scale $UW
720--60-OW with an effic eacy be

at kImst two yem' xp~erleB in a
atiqui danUseada neeeLsripo
tei~ Ao tltnd ogm"W Mlp
work, a good knowe ofa arh.
tetoral dact xaugh ii, net60M"
tnd accuracy.
Applications statiUn age, duca-
tlon and blames- exp-rience should
be i*ddrede to the Cooal Secre-
tary Red HOUme. Portorpf-spa. an
should reach his office not ter
Than 15th June. 144. CopWe only
of recent testimonials should be
submitted.
The successful candidate will be
required to pas a medical exam-
ination before appointment.

Y B OL L. Dos SANTO&
Acting Colonial Secretary.


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tons In accords.
bard Notice da
are requested to
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goods not later Nt
3. Importers b
a mounts for wht*
tiflcate has not beyn
Washington by 30th
be lost.
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Port-of-Bpain,
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TRINIDAD GOVERNMENT RAIMT

NOTICE


TRAIN ARRANGEMENTS'
WHIT MONDAY, 29th. MAY,

On Whit Monday, May 29th, all' I
trains will run as per Sunday schedule. ,

On Tuesday May, 30th. a special tI
leave P.O.S. for San Fernando at 3.50 aA
there at 5.48 a.m. .

GOODS TRAIN SERVICE

On Monday, May 29th. Goods train
be suspended. The usual service will v
Tuesday May 30th.
Goods will not be accepted for shl*
1.00 p.m. on Saturday May 27th. t

Perishable goods will- not he aes
shipment after 3.30 p.m. on Friday May|
8.00 a.m. Tuesday, May 30th.

J. L. ADAMSO
28.3.44. General M 1





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ihsl owvery havefst.cuato f a god theiate together with hedrni-" 11H: SHI T
tohaketeuserofngeve ary ounry wolt on sadttfulle m-ore ueM v-obintmaifesto an- B..,Magsrt' or etray FodnOApril wabgsins dequentson ftheAlienacaurse.IGnera
nmgavyofand urprsi e? n Th mois 1 t wcii aithywntd t oncn Ititein toFrslMisternandtreturned t o uso f ot r dscoh ad ae It abundatesly
tuhtont~ I ftn .5eddeet he reere p ro icy theyhensure thaticalonavaiwathecChinese% hfspitel In S oncered hMhNedSfr$anA7i
hu nutilpe a dwll blemo ren olowngs evruc sio n cethasrn gtds sdto fgtoJapan, dayYsbrza d a bout ioonI nstctothiongdihstr Ibutjio' clear that s f relatie eron ally


s[ n than f. Indu trial revolution. He empha- "who sl.uR meet her do n OIthe I str i ck-en gareap well a.s i victory, and now that I' see their WI AN
we s hall have e ough ished that s social insurance ontai- Chinese mainland"! secondly, at-. . te c rnica r l & a.i ^ irretrievable defeat. he t taking a ALL STYLES
lWe ahrve len ton will be ver high In the billse prices; thirdly, Improve ad- en nW In t be c ular dies think we...
wen Wehvhilnvrgoveandrnme ivnt' g instaieeilln;rn BritainPrtofwiseand ight. tosquiery IALLBO ST$LES
undr memory ol r.)OCa r n ts egad od. C fIG, y3(outrth nely.s aTinddin a____unsen_ ons.a_"et___mshvmr__nibepro


W ^P!1 Sy '.^ ^H1Oowraoenfcg copleteplan. nilnltratle ealenqy fourhly,______________V_ thework.Intntreettof of ohis ouowy."country."ft
itoo shorts It mas In the .Wter point4ng out tnat the Gov- promote the peoples participation Lr am I ib ra ---- -- o neI replying to the Fo
Her Life From Sicoto $3.87
between the two wars. One eminent was determine that no In the Govermnient; and flfthly, to A8 e DlSaema e debte on behalf of the Govern- be
esn sns we have learnt a e area of the country would be left enforce the Government by law to he Ches, Maye (Rautt fr drila acS en eak qitee suchpwtrmae erman
cenmust takn a forem o.t part dependent on one industry, s id: respect )ubeenhicin g P CEtL-op ain.oMay e. r"th er ntil .sI oidnthre ltood e r -bea
guopeA affal.," This its a great decision for prni- clam.Iplt nc sd h first r ie n '1'in I d raep ost untd i athe enab
vate Industry, here Is its chl nce The Committee expressed confl- at an R.a hospital for eeasadti ence Geacrer eope had v redoun c ser ai
d lftdotitindetrytcan-dence tha the Allies would giverar etetrendeaungtof sacue aaas n tt eofnatien convioceto aRPALANI UNITED CO. LTD
tomakR usof n ot be left unbalanced, for we re- grster aid In equipping the Chmt- e life ot uadron-L on ader te ovenement o t he Baha- mas until they had been convied, O H IasR
eru si n M a Srnaifdthest ak-tintedus tory an-vdence tha teth Aie wouFivrt hAeurmat hatr arandrt ursed-Soot. e oh a tio nal
oi o lt gord ae balanced distribution of ese army and air force and i teacher of Olennelg, South Aus- atant Master or Mistress lor the that mr did not pay. 7 Queen Street 18 Frederick S
Ce things.," nomy. C wrapped an ho seat. Morphett olony to teach general science up Cordell Hull Declines 'Phone 4021 'Phdne 530
ce aude Industryal oevofutnHe mostwit allstren thengCha' r m e tec rn flight Grom rod on nivernmentnHigh School ofatsate
I* May lb (Reuter).-A -th arae wh h LibeenCrato r h on matolthe standardnof t heCambrIdge To Comment On Spain L.t___
l ,ead h.n artidl o Military Authority Canadian Army r oeWas Injured so seriously oi. riclatidle t i a s te cIn
,Ow memoryoftheWsi G overnineAppointment will be made t WASHINGTON, May 26 (AP)-
osh d Aio-vl 1t Alliance, said: in Italy Gear For Apmt:ustralia not recover first place on a two-year contract Mr. Cordell Hull, ecretary of m t38
n te thweto Oeim t wa s Tt in t e r r aomplic nations developed in hoas- subject to renewal at the end ot State, today declf ed to Gascuso
leosw hav lermy is g rea ftecutywudb leteore heGv nm tbyawtlyB hamb ee ntsad hrewud evrb a


msb to the wateorn democra- Ac ndtiyve paitaI ande penicilli was dec toiionand CthaN period, and a 2e e made per- Mr. Churchill's "kindly words" for
reult eved the A L D HEADUATp BYDNY, May (euter).- and pensonable for a Spain. Asked about the matter a
___th resultsnachievedth A yheAreIsits T heRSm tehn expressed of atanRom.hospitalfoffer ore only chance oc caving ahrs lc aton fere befor.e-
a Iidarts, so the Allies, by the Naples, May 2 eAP).-Even while Seventy-two technical expert from ifo mEer i eS co-meraren we a sltbl teacher, e Pres conaeresceu Mr u de- b cnied a
ghblnddtiuo o am an aI teac f nduthSalary attached to the post Is sared, ltatv e enjoyed enough
h *iof the bdu ot the ^ AeA Miltary Government Canada are being sent to Au6atlla uht and a 4taey but vHluahle $18 p n ch o tolte pl s Is crfc tai t7outuened without, be| e Stm
i rmy oin the 2 ast, have vanguard with the Fifth Army s to Instal Canadian Army equlp ra pply was flown to the hospital o 0 per standnu pu wo a sbonu critc T om a tO Spain wo b-
mNlaSed to perfect their pre. rounding up evacuated refugees mert, and they will also train AtE- _e o f 1 p e an Is n s in d it h o u d cs
i e g the irnv.asion of Eu- from battle-scarred areas earlier trala tn using and maintaining to Incomni e tax.yC sion."
la, evacuees were bedng resettled in It. A1ne F d Qial AA Mica -tin
Aivrsa now lie decisive bat- Mnturno. Announcing this today Mr. Forde, Alies FWUA O,,
hih the fighting comrade. Civilians at Pico emerged from the Acting Australin Prime Mti- Tatr ji t
ti Allied powers must find cellars and helped clear away the Ister, sid this generous action of Lierated Italians W t u Ct 't
development, debris of battle. Three tons of the Canadian Government at a t cf* We beg to notify our Customer
pital and peninilldstime when Austrda's man-ybwer AeLMLI.C"D HEADQUARTERS, ns L" for
arnltAhip WeI be nowedo ton gn today r Is problem wYs so acute, udicated NAPLES, May 26 (Reuter)-Tlihe 0t L aon *1&. Ak a I m at
te buk Ovet thee le- towilto ary, the cordiality of ECnpare relation. Aeges have taken over the feeding sot ad aia1b 100gat ?. and I Slary a thet Gdeseneral Public that OUr
S which will throw a w nd the Australian Government of 80,000 lvlutan Into 2s Italian and pe tritia 'ubi wh* oI crs a e NI
to perfecTwelve e-rvacutea ds ment and they will atieo lse tn i, of 10 p t i Groeery Dept. will be Cosed at 1s
the r nad to f nruitul post-warombatl-ardewarealyIndebted, towns already liberated bythe GroeryDept.wiibencg.o
tef vacin tl- present Allied offensive.
now li i Norwegians Shot B.G. Clerk Jailed ien dsa ,r to- I 1 n WED. 81ST MAY. instead
th figtn LONDON, May 26 (euter)-The F Ml S whe many ettewho rm : Mn of 3 PM for thpurp f kn
peros Downed Germand have shot 12 anti-Nazr Saleyehe satonwhereIa n man itizens, wo"
Sdoerisr Mlbk 26-e ed taken refuge taeountainst teaee s w of 3 P.M., for te purpose of taking
cth a bno;uttllNorwegians. They are dUeged by a M 9 wenow returned. The Allied O I,,io
Germortan-cotrl ledOsoe radi a wthoEmouo G sautock. No Customers' Orders for
0it One Shot nedw thav eentrtaied Bts Mr.i EORTON. NaBl,.cerkof.. authre h ave so fatrndea. nlter wllith
which will thr owh' vebeentrainedtrl ..N. aian, Gover nmentH. fB. 15,000 refugees from the battle
tMay ..et..agents for special Jo. wo o Gagreai, Ltd., city merchants o w ns al ocady. lb haved mstl
ra sentenced to one monthS' imprison, a Delivery will be taken after 10
zthem are said to hpve sipped over fled but a few minor ones are being msC.$TO -.
officerh, atot,o a l lanic feAnd t im bE ew
vt Ofcer u W. Watt, oa tuinca anet and t returned as Cour t td J picked up and sent back for "*-
With tha Tactical Air lanrce trletlg'p~scomplete with Magistrate's __ourt__todAay on thtsdate
i mokdo srdac g milk abov e the schedule price. A.M.onW that date
whnstHe shot send military informdtion out o" Mr. H. B. GagraJ, director of __________-
wraseuity."one Citym epeo oewn

ebe of two Zes which at; Norw Antler charge washthe business, wr a fined ,5800.
hi In the B u r m a area. It s pe m il eafle ts dropped fr en c count sel, g vneu n: ot T o D is c u s
unl d he landb that he bAlled aFt. peal.oLe-WF
L4hAmypt Olm N DOMy26- _r-TeTrain hr mn lien h e V ci:


raring the damaged o Mucurapo LeaseZ Tn
" theeondJao 'plne Nertall Fans "Boost ISSIONARY MEETINO Terms on which the City Council A I1
theb crashed tothe ground e t rl Oo radio Mr. L GJrdon. magter .rate of will grant Pritiesg and Housnt g with I Ij 1 s11k No ljL/JeJJ JLe 1 Vo
S o ntine Tunauna, will take the chair at Commission lease on lands at Mu-
MoytingentFu ndthe annual missionary meeting on ca or a housing project wllv
ter) the Hanover Methodt Church on be diedb at the meetingrot thei
Tr- --t (Icgn un ^ ^^ ~ ^ l^ ^^---de House Grocery)
ri C ute Conbuton of $315.13, th net Mondty, June 5. S akern at the Council on Tuesday May Si the
,proceeds of theinetball same held meeting will include Brtigdier As "Trinidad Guardian" learned ye-
t Tacica Ai r Foc at the Queen's Park Oval on M ion- tin of the Salvation Army and the terday. t ..... .o......
Potter d has been made to the Rev. J. Hutchinson, Chaplainj of the of(0
m" ... stea~~~dilyt growng Overseas Contin- seamen's Mission. 'TffTAr n mT fTTt
wgnt tribute to Mr. T. I. Potter, ent Welfare Fund by Othe Northern ot hebu wIIs> I IJR[
ot'. wo member of the Field Ladles' Netball League. U.. B*, d
inthe Clubu. was paid by tshe Makinglt the dondatfion m fMsnc BAcKl sUsIT ic.... ---------
'J. Oral president, at Marion Isaac, honorary seretary l.M SE
onIF HE STOOPED OFFICIAL PROGRAMME SUMMER MEETING. 1944
the ahet of the foundation oF the W an the War AsSOCItion He Almost Ge.m Up HoP wl ga P ae N ( 3 i
Mr. Potter, he sail, stating n part: "I1, should like to Un t RST A THURSDAY sth JUN 1.
iitn been vice-presdent and say on behalf nof thia committee Beiors Ulsin Dv" *mr Pill s___gpoetwl
tofh the club and found how Hvery hap we are to be able a. .e.......hdirba.Sye ~- .of e..I uro e
aonutio no ai1d .he fud In this way, a nd a .l--kesatte.onclonTesa My36 h
isn of r Gaf, a vote of we are grateful l for the support of ld meMIcludeBrigadierAu- No. ld w tar TN t F e P Ae 91
with the bereaved relt- the Queen's Park O Cricket ClubM the Vill a t S i. Jesm's e e .n . t e
P teAp er aof the eeti wa a eteealp-di ".0M. uik, 5 S U T CLoft o w a S. sw n Mee Mt xe av
Is topMr.rT.1.dM 5 P.ot er,.gntw=by O heNor s thern ms eT U.RCLeB '
by Ms'. 0. A. Jones on GOVERN'OR'S DEPUTY mlasimldm 4 4.21 wO)ROKUAU i a Ide C lvo~s SC lio I l ee ssa5~ s i
--Gapes d, IAMaio o Parlo -- se srtr He Ie BA aCs s .Ss as S aUR
s tingof the Seas b. or The l uTriudad Guardicnhr.learned 5 5.15 o I 7011? t L ,, A A Lw B N Ua U O us Ue as ene
K o~w omom w 0J H re- ,.0.~
Ft.Glutrecalled thatCabralpresidentandMnailsy
S Ml.iA. T e tr. hon- GOVern s, deputy during s the recent ,TO -SECOND DAY SATURDAY DEt WILY, 1044. ,
K j|Betsry and treature.. and vlat to Barbftdo ot His Excellency "" I tE .E S. "ew.sh, m$v m $lm ^-^-- T'm
in4 o 1 Go18 v eire p3n]eA.B.vn Wriohte them Act- 5a. 0 P Kg x ,o 5 a 1 M % S '
Ibers4!eetednfoi on to thlo i effect has not l DadAs. K1 i Mt b i;e m'5.SS.45 5 ,, a a Vw 5 Po e 21 15 S t US
*055 aMd Miss Jenny Gray. yet been gasetted. _____ I'm ee it 4.30 11.3s .1 "TRoPE ,, oh S Lw, i 1 Me en us _____
^^^^^gf~gSg~aS~a'ga5*5Sic;B:1;..?^^ 2m-nbeUtadallW* SE 15 se SAVANNAX sTAlMi a r A>K eO** m u M I- *.* ^. .. .-
l^''3 ___________________________ E #4e eetalfu s *
Us 0thefoundn oelm Gin mTHIRD DAY -7TURSDAt 2th JULY. 1W4.
SKlC a. s o A iM T W A K RAA .w a wu'me 1 4e. (re SIM aw it .u (u.'
M ,, a. Potsa.m saod, DtAT-AnptA th see ,se e. tn
been vice-president and my on behalef. this commit teItsBefor
of theClub ad foun I aosverywooX weAre tobe Abl c2P PieseLtwi.


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Le 210 W 5 > -s at e elm $ O s mi o ewn1 N13so a1 0e e wwis < ies to' isaw6muwea sow* SOA "N w aft*1 0
CAN AS FODINSCAIS P M DA L Von oa %iiOWsin vW3. ma N*MM0W WW- Out p e~u w sa.pa
mom I9 L an aM. iS i toam- ft4l 1 on a- teor gi o 6 OK WA o' a a as a as iaa ft m me Sm OW M amis la a St ot a s 1 sa'
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'fi Talk Of

.... -ttb ur Allie M au
11UCO ws A*IlI O0o
ead Ida's dU1 omwW-a an
PMt Ade =6IG
Ck
a lri~en ied Moerhat 1
dam atCalili.e.tHosmeo .
n aLSmir. Crowd of eadies a
iet bufft turkep4itto.r
Dm1.B them evening. Mr. A. Star
iL mDey nise hort eech.t
E erds M dances P it'.
Was.^-d caM inet' Mona
.f buU-ul peanc h.
soWoo mIentomd Miss ThorpE
ogan. but who was unable to atte
gpriess won at a dance some tt
S.Wm two arhestrs for dancingb ,
iLmthi for the occasion.
i ong A those attending were I
tern ~a trm. Mui Marion and Mi
.Ln Miss Elma Smith. Miss Marjor
Uge arahb, Mr.. S. H. Banning, 1
fh =RoM Mrs. Kitty Johnston an
a 0
SH hi seon d visit to Trinida4 is
i|Vlve of Booker Brothers in Den
S tA to remain for two weeks.
f' TBRu ORi an error In this column
a was mentioned as a Victoria Av
Square (MBst). I have just larnt
6MtsfQ for any men's dlcarded
Mi R. ANTHONY PALERMO, wt
9! Trinidad Petroleum Developa
taoWt three years, resigned recent
aracalbo, where he has taken up
!S.. Mr. Palermo, who was e
Iaccompnied by Mrs. Palermo andl
A PARTY of 35 observer.PlIots fr
In charge of Sub-Lieut. Lanid
.Tuesday. May 23, at the invitation
They arrived at 4 o'clock and
which they made a conducted tour
they asslmilsated a good many fac
When the tour was over the
Wd the club members who were p
the visitors. Soup and sandwiches
to the piano, kindly played by Mnr
when the guests returned to Piare
C APT. N. A. T. KAUFMAN. A.T
S from a fortnight's holiday In
During his vacation Capt Kaufm
Schram.
Capt. Christopher Miller, who
time. was bestman and Mrs. Miller
Capt. Miller wishes to be remen
MRM. CAMTLLE WILLIAMS and
Stertalned a large crowd of th
the roof of the Queen's Park Hotel c
affair, although towards thie end it
Amons those invited were: 1Sir
mander and Mrp. Cleaves. Ilcut -c
Commander Marescaux. Capt and I
der and Mrs. Kitson, Mrs.. Punniett
mond Punnett, Mr. and Mis. Jon
Miss Canning; Mrs. Vanda Not.hnai
Crabtree and MLss Pauline Crabtr
Pauline Hopkins, Capt. and Mrs. 1
and Mrs. Guy O'Reilly, the Mitsmes
Mrs. Edgar Agostinl Mr. Alfrod A
Taylor. Mrs. S. Leighton, Mr. and
Alex Gordon, Mr. Joe pcrnanalt's, M
Pereira: Mr. Gerald Murray. Mr. a
Bourne. Mr. and Mrs. RAt, MiH rN
Lieut. and Mrs. R. Abercrombi
PIrellor, Capt. and Mrs. Harris, Mr.
ryan, Mr. and Mrs,. A. H14. llamnel-
and Miss June Purvis: Mi-.q Hilda,
Lieut.-Commander and Mrs J. (V
Mr and Mrs. Mackenzie, Mrs. DIr
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Boom, and M
FOISVT Reserve Olub wa the
S aaW for many from the surrot
=t arts' 'was Isold thane
4 ABMU. It wa orfBn4 by Mrs
es mesa then $61 belmp T.a1tae<
Teas was served at 4 o clock an
6ire bridge and three tables whe
tor the highest score was won tby
the prse for the lowest went to
s small slam was hid and num
#rew, and this earned them a prize
which went In turn to each lady
elube, aitd thief finally came to rest
There were prizes for pontoo
rohl Archer, the second hy Mrs.
Mm, Bob Skinner. All the pi izes
Reserve.
Peanuts and potato chips w
Ulaoms and Helen iair- nnd altog
nclal sueets In addition to bein


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Boxing Contest And Dnces
T*ni __ Successful Despite Rain

vesee m tasrM DM 1. M A. X, b&,WW* f et ti W IM at im ma Is atwleray ilt wef ,
I M S ifStS A b sealsa dO W to 3tS m W i ft 1 W1o e 1 It 1 Wg 1 1 M r. t ..1 A ,W lmsm 1 1 -l w $
Dte L de h.6 who 50 Us. P t50k a 51 the ,Wl toe W*t te funds
eemusnst Mm% fo Tebur""a. far tU am oN Ivario APPS L wen Te.y .i"Nftdvk "Mi" a"
4avy a000e 0"balmddlwr 100th 11111 te au el dtifg *1 1 l-t
Thursay A"t # was a wtemoe, t Was qute tn tr e l* olidaying
iteded and were srved wnt a Is e test, whiehw-- sMheW
rck troded Mr. : H. BaunIg, n O a d w a4de Barbados
He presented l H ldW o h a W residentsandpeopleMr. L D. )O nl N e. of Jtte-i-
r and MiM Irene Rice, wtth a Pr t-of-span, ranz anmna Pierre, has beeun his Ions vas-
,who h% tak Ow* Mias2 Ponte-A-Pierre, al6o Se00. tion and went to Barbados at
d. M Torpetwillserce R eseve and Point Portia. teb Mnatef the M.
s Twhe ot*t. which were pmo- A. W croy andMr. L
tne a were B la tribute Thi tW ted by Al Mr. nGilleseau werall o ee
ou ar Bal"it whic V!o Axoatlu of"S Foes It"oi and^-
1n11weli-fought and intesting to Mr. F UOte., orarem hae
Mirs. Swayles, Mrs. Ha e, Mssand it was noteworthy that t o t ^ f
a Marie AleFrfa.tere wISd piln.
ie Miller, Babe.D t. the w aod prinkng of leave.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie McLea MU servicemen among the ooxers ii is. A
d Mrs. Erieto Morgan. Also I n W hdoxtoMr. A.A. C.
The aina bout between the Weatherhaed. of Po-nta- ,Perre,
SMr. A. 0. Pequenesaa. represents- North,. represented by L McKeUl. who hag left Ttnpdad to go to
nerara. He is her. on business ad and the South. represented by visit this brother there who
Ranao, was very keenly contested In sick, and he exoet, to be away
and went the full six rounds, at the sbout two weeks.
a yesterday Miss Fiddler's addreMss end otf which the fight was award- Mr. N. a. Murphy, of Forest
venue. This should read 3. Victoria e the North. ResOrm., has gone to Barbados for
that she would also be extremely e officials wen Dr. 0. Dy- long leave. His fiancee, Mlss T,.
mond, Mr. R. dgeworth-Johnatone, Hill. IS there, and I understand
riothing. Mr. A. F. Castle and Mr. J. T. that he intends to get married
1o has been employed with *Ie Cooper, all of whom carried out and bring her back with him when
entt Conmany at Palo Seo lfor their duties in a very eMcient man- he returns to Trinidad about mid-
ly and left anout a week axo ncr.
na position as tool-puher for the The silver cups and the prizesJ
tei ton l w -me. befor which ineulded some very useful
thi &lye wihman. articles, were donated by ndi-
.om the RN.it.S., Plarco, who were South, and they were presented to d
1. wentr ton Foret Rsereo viduals and merohantst In ayerr 'S .La ry
d went to Forest Reserve on the winners by Mr. H. D. Fletcher.
of Trinidad Leaseholds, Ltd. the chairman of the St. Patrick's T.A.A.C. Intercolonial sport at
were given tea at No.1 Club, after branch of the Win the War Asso- Queen's Park Oval, 1.30 in
of the field, in the course of which clation. Dance at the Trinilda Country
is about the production of oil. At the close of the contest a Club.
whole party returned to the club, dance was held at the Intermediate Dance at Perseverance Club. a
present did their best to entertain School at Apex, and this was well
were served and there was dancing supported. Tomorrow
. Wally Goddard, until about 930, A dance was also held at the 'I
o. same time at Apex Club, where Cycle and Athletic Sports at Ba-
SRoy Rollock's Quintette was In at- rataria Oval, 12.30 np.m.
r.C, U,.S Army, has lust returned tendance. The dancers were very
a Miami,eFlorida, looking very fit. appreciative of the music, which c
an was married to Minss Annette was particularly good, and they Forthcoming Events
also enjoyed to the full the ex- o
Broken Chordsa Prince's 1julid-
vas stationed In Trinidad for some cellent buffet supper which was I nng.,8.0 ids Tuesday, May 30.
was matron-of.honour, provided. '"eoraton m y" 1 dance at 30.the
nbered to his many local friends. Among those present at these N.A.S., Chaguaramas. on Tuesday ,
*events, In addition to those already May 30
her son. Capt. R o Williams, en- mentioned were: Commander Hay- Concert by R.V.T. Music setons.
dlr friends at a cocktail party on ward. U. S. N., and Mr. and Mrs. RV.I, Thursday June 1 at 8.30
onl Tuesday evening. It was a Joliy E. R. Boon from Port-of-Spain, Mr. p.m.
rained a bit. H. A. Bennett from Palo Seco, Mr. Tea-party and twilight concert
Lennox and Iadv O'Reilly, Corn- T. 0. Laidlaw from Forest Re- bv "La Petite Musical," Royal Vic-
rirnander and Mrs. Worby. .ieut.. serve, Dr. and Mrs. Pierre and Mr. toria Institute Saturday, June 3,
Mrs K. T. Murray. l.,eut.-Comman- "Bonrizo- Foster from San Fernando, 4 pm.
lleut Snld Mrs. Apsioi, Mr. Des- Mr T M. Searle Mr. and Mrs. Dance by Parvenu Club Nunes,
ik Wehlstr Mrs A. 'annin and Oefrey Pfoulkes-Jones, Dr. and Hall, Arim a, Saturday, June 3.

geMI%.jpir, sIoA.-is Mr. and Mrs. ay Jun rrogr im e 3.
gel Mrs. Joan wiS Mr and Mrs Mrs. Littlepage and nearly all the Dance at Portuguese Club, Sa
ee: Capt. aB d Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. members of Apex Club. turday, June 3.
F. Morganr. Mrs. Jane llughes, Mr. m b-_______ Ap utraJn
Iandeau, Mr. and Mrs. B,. Mackay,
i, l Roberts Mr. .1.Radio Program m e
SMrs. Fied Stodart. Mr. and Mrs. o r m m
r alld Mrs. P5 i'iti-a alNl Miss Elhitte
nd Mrs. BourIle, Mr. and Mrs. Pat sac KWID, KnI wvo
ell Iarfo-...___. 3
ie, Mr and Mrs. KeIshall. Capt.
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,got proceeds to be donated to the Convent Relief puna. I round gamestanft ma She TIl oate
stars wea cometed for01 ; fs "begin today Am Toll Oats wbo no
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cycitso Mikey ,. .-Q oodwifl and another erbt wt be
H o7l-nBarlowe, i nd- nn,- hi .>, kno, Made by them to keep tel Sours.
BW^ an__b y g erd- this ?C.'.-kskent Cu l ayed to a Ooedwill,. the ether hand,
neo-mioley -1.u0, yards an-do '
nrd Inwvitatiot, t frhei trMI their omatein o t
rspresentaUvea In the at tn Jpmes toBl ^^leH dEa over Naparimat who Islau e
atom atfS.J aternoon. day^ Middlesex. wil tak the fel8
Te.Afternoonkt e y = ,= n

Cousn N. NIgtan- In Initial tae. plre and th e dd pr vaa be
aga nins th isl p-kycwut F Madebyt Q... e a keenly contested rus.
Lew agiseual, both teams making many oM pe'ee Aati for Thb fixture card Is as follows:
slO v ome butstandkn hockey Wa SI t E'-hsys' AsOsetet tfo Oriental v Leaaeholds at Skin-
Saret okey outnCstandi an d jtmGoodwill, then treParke1.
turned In b t Ruagy Club's GreIa, ell,. nnrom thesrle sports r r T t in-
B -and Felix Brown, Jones, and era In ts melon, at .C, ee t y Promen vTol ate at
niea events on the and helped to frustrate many of Park 2, a t
tme frrcu eserPyOliervNaparina atwPo i-a

i ride In the two the opposing 'forwards' combina- ---- Goodwill v Middlesex at aHoeital.
S tor the local top- tIon. Police v Naparima at Polnte-a-
Riugby ub's citadel wa kept A follows:
te B.eG. flash, and Intact by the good saving of their Asitms are a follow:
o Barbados, will con- goalkeeper. Vosa. HneJ lll LAOOL Da: LB. Henderson. H.
I the events or in- In the second half the players o t Kidney, E. Maradten, B. OoGtan-
4WO "3" put more zest into the game, and U fe C re r, B. wchetr J.
Bi to race In the two inter- Cauals made an urucceds ful Neptune, R. Dolly, Hi eine, 0.
landIntermedathe racesochange, brgind Jones to centre DollS tosei .
"" t ay 'oCarter, Mline an ~~le.
Mogul and Clarke are orwdighadn Prite, anar itya MCe.
Se, G .lashgow Mand Gon- Maroons t ooovk the offensive early Theteamsareasn A. yl cw:.
e P -Persd, C. Bain, F. Thomson, H.
and Phelps, Mendoza, In this ee sion and Raftle Knowles Nelson. B. Valentine, F. Alca',H"
gNelson, ,playing pivot man fought hard to Hi Excellency the Acting ov- M. Blloui and J. HuggincW
lean tlntermediate). keep the ball tn his opponents' ernor, Mr. A. B. Wright will attend ORIENTAL: F. HaSsanall, G.
fW 1l start at 1.45 chicle, but to no purpose as Green, the Queen's Royal College athletic Hasmatall, D. Jaggernauth, L, Ba-
wth Lewis, yards BaetnterclnalK Potter, defence.d Mayer excelled in the sports to be held at the college this chn A. Maharal, S. Rahaman, A.
It43 Me inte mewis Batera Kin ag, d efenc in e.,
lranklyn (B.O.), Wood Rugby Club then went on the afternoon. han, Z. P. Mohoiled Gopaul,
0) will be at 2.30 o'clock offensive, worrying their op- ,The sports will start at 145 K. J. Grant, P. Sooknanan and E.
t intercolonial cycle onts' backs, centre-half Jones o'clock and a keen battle for the Warner.
p tre day-ntele a mile-will making accurate dIstribution, but Knoly' s Champlonsoip Cup is TOLL GATE: A. Rasanall, H.
cock. their ra1ide met wtheiad h no success, expected. Phillips, S. M. All, R. Brown, D.
la In the conclude ng stages, both Last year, Norri P'"ocoe, wh N Atwell, S Ottley, A. Noel, A. Mo-
Sgare the events teams allowed many a scoring then was only 16 years old, was homed, H. Ramsaaroop, H. Maha'aj1
w Cycle i e Le (boys 17 chance to goh abegling by poor Victor or um and h vMa .i na n and V Guptars
d"); 100 YSards lat 5 Race shooting. Viter fforMt to take the cup again lAItndM. T Du.SaSalo-
Hreats Three-Mile Cycle The urnires were Mr. Pilgrim today. khoor, A. Smith, D Amerali, B.
'0 and Intermediate) P 100 and Mr. Wardropper. Heserved warning of so doing by Seecheran, Y. 'lah H. Seedan-
,"Thls ae, ig efteansce. e ig, ol .lrdrcM


FrnRace (IntBrcolondlRl) Th bteams wer: outaprinte ng a o ield of college and Z.P.oeaFed, -Z .
Siycle ("Bt and Inter. CASUALS: Scandellav Gonsalvei schoolboys, including Rousseau, Baird, H PSnanar and S. Jag-
.g Intercolonial; One-Mil11e Merry; O'BrIen, R. Knowles, H, the St. Mary's champion in a 100o ear.
lolal); Two-Mile y Worme; Jones, Nicholsont Rodrl- yards race at the Oval on Wednes- A T:
t rs wn); 220 Y'urds elat guee and Laughlin, day.
k1 RUGBY CLUB: Voss Potter, Old Boys are lnvdlsed to attend We offer for liits.-
lo.il; 400 Yards "'latGRce sotng ae., oeMn eveyefraotkuhecpaanxPRM: .Snk.S 4r

I on); Thr ee-Mile tCy Knowles, eWalcott, Eyre, Joesa and and ri along fids and falilies dl ite de S.r the
Rcittcolonial); 100 Yards T. McLean.
royce "B" andInter- Rdr c Gosle, 7oy s finlwlung prodS.e
Itercolonla: a -MileO eeStar R iders For o
H0 ,IrMtlon); : Nine- Cy oAl li lsnl DioS r T p r a e lical
220,,tYard.Is-Fat Szan auhln)dy

intrce (Intercolonial). B MJaratara rts
S ouay With six "A" class cycling event i
Med~sicin
rc kaon the prore of the San Juan,
.Athletic Club sports to be held at
h Cricket Th.e St Andrews Golf Club the B a ataria Oval o l and ore
Fac 1 To y .. ......ar...Sp.... Tr Labo iato l
ometti nd Committe Prize a the ,-... .
Gof Todai ayed at h t colony competing for honours
matches In the B- onday" T ...... wo bicycles, one donated by the Ja
it Class cricket competi- tatl a .e .... club for the nine mile and the Lume ine
.srqbly hampered by rain -,? 0. MAorew'sin-lC.ou; other y Mr. Felix Gra o will e Lmit .
Swill *nir their aec- 2 t John oMtP-.i, eold onith; amogn d the prizesl... ...i
r todav 2.10--. D. Dlckie-T. Cavaghan; Mr Irwin Josenh of Ba.rtia-.-.
T oday Cee cm l ubse l insy 1 td y an en o ptiinis atci ae.. ...-
e In Rtei-Capt. C. 0. has donated acuy forte ya d T.M.L. COUGH MIXTURE
acrce opi Sugas t ed f a te pine mier ndthe 40v~
0, 1Mdwere completely 2.20---Capt. A Hann- oen which comea off onr the st 4 t
h, Queen's Park 'A'-St, eo. 1.20- A. S. H"1n- open w'iich comes off on the first .. ...R..B
le-ehannon; Sportink 'SGe, BMorrin 2.25--L,. Taurel- day's programme. NooRB
-Shaf nont Short.se A. C. kale; 2.3--Maj. N. F ReaI There will be a 33-item p0 ARBEN'S BLOOD
ntthese games wi--D. N. MeOnie: 2.35-Dr. Geo. gramme.r ARBENS BLOOD
Stoday.n enu bCampbell-Capt. F. Robinson; 2.40 Star events will feature-a 100 ,IIE
bete. Sino kncen d up Rbelro---. B. Norman. 220, 440 yards and one-mile flat PURIFIER
iieete. Sting knocked Up Starting from 10th tee: races.
eight wickets against 2.00--apt.Robt. Joitone-H. In the cycling department there T.M.L. BRONCHITOL
irlk 'B't, 1 V. Salvatorl; 2.05-Ian Pereira- will be six "A" class races, three T.ML RUMANOL
,'Victoria-Invincible match R. S. Grell: 2,10-W. L. Ward- on each day. with the nine-mile 'ML UMANOL
Soff in a most"interesting ropperE.L.McCormick;2.15-LH. event on the second day holding T.M.L BABY
4 Invincible 131, while Vic- paeir-p. N. PogMon; 2.20-H. the keenest Interest. ..L. BA
eplied with 36 for four p. Alcazar-D. Law; 2.25- Bob Entries close todav with Mr. BRONCHITOL
I Tobln-S. B. Schmltter; 2.30-R. George Miller, 27 Maloney Street,
l11 be no play In the ast w. Connolly-C. M. McIntyre; San Jua.n, or Mr. John Whiley. s38 T.M.L. SANGUINOL
.R.C. match on account of 2.35-W. B. McCullo'lgh-M. An- Petra Street, Woodbrook.
L IT sports. derson; 2.40-Lt. Oomm. H. A. A. N. Alexander, former ace Trin- VITAMIN A.D. OIL
will represent Sporting Waterworth-W. Hill. Barataria Oval on Sunday, May 28 AVG O I A
M clntyre, J. Alklns, E. On Monday those listed above as idad pace-maker, will again take WAVEGLO BRILLIAN-
SJohn Yates. C. Dore, J. starting at the 1st tee on Saturday thle track. TIN ( n r
10, B. Garcia, H. Jackson, I1 begin play at the 10th Alexander has battled for honours TINE (Lavender)
I. S. Razac and E. Robert- id those starting on Saturday at among the top-notch West Indian WAVEGLO BRILLIAN-
the 10th will play from the lt on wheelmen, Hayls, Robb, Davis,
-. . Monday, Charles, Nottingham, Douglas and TINE (Rose)
k ^. : I. Those members who have not others, and greatly helped the stars
rhes C cket entered for the competition are to eclipse records, by his brilliant VICTORY BRILLIANTINE
S C ic t requested to refrain from starting -- (Yellow)
iS-Fnal rk play tin all 1 competitors have ., _.(Yellow)
i-Final Monday r ill a comti ha Pemberton Selects Soccer VICTORY BRILLIANTINE
F M nThe June Monthly Medal Corn
Guardian Correpondent petition will be played on Satur And Ping Pong Captains '(Green)
,116UA, May 26.-- dy Teh.Tefiseihti h 'Gen
S cricket match for the day, June 3. The first eight in the The committee of the Pemberton
cricketmach f thmedal competition will qualify for Sports League at an emergency BREEZYKOL
I Clarke's Trophy will take the match play rounds of the J.P. meeting on Thursday appointed
Orange Grove Savannah Cup. Members ar requested to OscartFord h das captainiof the HEROLIN in Larne and
rnday, May 29, when take note of this important fixture. Pemberton League representative Small Sizes.
ere Teachers will OP Following Is the draw for play: Soccer team which will visit Ore-
w atr p this ela nada during August .evill Rates A
attmpdn topay ti -mandos, Strollers' galkeeper wasale
41Wgm ne I n h at dranesTwIn N ~ appointed as vice-captain; Hugh Application.
Geat. at g incketsow North-South Game Morris, Siwe and Guardian table .
ifeters 67 tfor 3 wickets. t tennis star. was named as captain
6ts rts '1" rroW of the ping pong team, and Vernon
oe team will be as Starts omorrow John vlce.catan. Paul and C. Anthonyy enny & Cc.
9ka epson (capt), D. L. Boasting a side that looks like Mills will lead the cricket team.
Aard, E. AugUstine, R. an all-Trinidad combination the The Selection Committee will 2 BROADWAY
ve, V. L. Woodruffe B, N'orth XI under the captalnev of comprls the Captalin and vice-
N. MaharaJ, Basdeo Ma. Jeff Stollmeyer, will go down South captains and the joint managers of Port-of
Nerreira, H. Nurse, j. to Skinner Park, San Fernando on the touring party, Mr. Cyril Guerra
IJrrirs,^ H.^ ^ N rse, J. ^the rpT Port-of-Spain.
Sunday and Monday, odds-on gay- and Mr. Roy Simmond., PHON 9 6"7 ad SM n_
__________ourites to beat their celebrated
EXTENDED Southern rivals In the annual Beau- ____
imont Cricket Cup classic.
TON, IAMy 26 (AP)- Experts, however. concede that
..iA Hnance Committee on the South side there are threerr . J
titla itlon extending the batsmen whose grand deeds with
*Act to two years be- the bat this sason, giv the hom*.
_w 'December 31. A s&W/- stern more than the proverbial out-*

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ring the year ending January 31st, 1944, the
STurf Club disbursed to Government and to
mrities by way of Taxation, and to War Chori-
I Funds by way of Voluntary Donation the follow-
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wi Pefit Tax .
O1 Cwafit es Tax
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a Naval BDnevolent Fund
t MafyWs Air Raid DistmM ,
i India Onmmittee War Seices
rnd
wantst. Men It i hliO
p Guem's P od lfr Ds on .
Sv Fund ..
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mama tar War Blind
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poU ot B Rathamut Cup sixth
-Proublade tuiod. Thee match
w hold top posttioa en the eIgue
t appoenta outright to strenstbn
p bonour.
FGOODWIL V. Noel, W AUeym,
Donakbnldm. 0. Uaptle. A
W ker. J. Allyne, 0. Spencer, D.
Oitohlow. D. Bellamy. Richr
T. Mayen and H. Joseph.

Indian Club Tennis
To Open Today
Exhibition games by C, Thavenot
and H. Nothnael 1944 doible
tenms ehampionsl, will mark thUm
formal opening of the houe tour-
nament at the Indian Recreation
Club this afternoon.
Trophies have been offered both
for the open single and double
and a keen contest Is expected
throughout.
This will be the first tournament
to take place at the club since its
Inception in 1943, and the organi-
sers are working hard to make It
a bumper success.
J. SMITH HITS CENTURY
John Smith playing for Ideal
C.C. regitered the first century in
the Smith Cup Sunday afternoon
competition.
Smith smashed the bowling of
Jewellers to all parts of the field
to the tune of 104 not out in 90
minutes to boost his team's total to
171 for seven declared .
D. Sebastlen scored 14,. 0. Gin-
doo 16 and P. Ramcharan 10.
Bowling for Jewellers P. Mo-
hammed took five for 31. M. Henry
one for 30 and H. Mohammed one
for 61.


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y ta. .... ....rdt. puma r .-~t ta~ Pll SERVICESe ANaDlo. in t 1~ 3 REPAIRS mt..,ay311 flP. j4, ,, MANIE,"-d RO D L-nftimise tordar t:O
to 4U a CTR IR AUS YW vON 1 lay S9ar-a-WO- lyA* 6 d Dalh ru ero R eidno ^ *doW -uay
reI quick at gussa.X Ccusor sa-ne ppym*tvn --,un .a ee""S1 4ti CW iAN D omLVA Rut tre a oinql L J enotlile JON ent t O.a m atIval n .tnllw lath, "
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eatn: C.. HA2 -?lo3IROPODI5 ti-eitaathe R L i lV thn Chaltl (trk t .-- Machine' JnI. Dyla"), o4 Mot *tm21 AptpW t sWWers Oluvito EloS op h. rl oI 1 . herebyW a, thata 3 01 othe wL
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a wtatyP4i eutAE GuM610nma w.bsma llthtat l Omaolathe. oa CUAP "T i s ou r A"INI ANDtheir | UI ti m e*
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ANU -COS~~ P0?T NOK."I SO pAtnerob tegy 01 *et. COWapply: MoodernSignsl "?, m ii ChEEacceLN, ury.tmt 4 m Wh eoot hs f 12my
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AS1,ITAN TOm TU MA-- N-. ON.' E-.I IIIi &e 0#C5 o e F REDERICK STREI'.T,. June 15 PROPERTIES FONl SALE JuehITIPT 1M Ii~k .e Tetlt wt I-i WYWRYwe rdrc ARa.' OF~k lg RoAN d Mon~lBB 1 Ddlr. JoheWlll I ams wo1urrin withnt U..ND. t ot et patrn. wtht seIStil l carrlnse~fPJ
cflmer*c$uJal wk an d "Corttawit ij TH ERPMIC G ACVANIC FARADIC GUl. Real state Co. Ltd will y. Bell. 110US AND LNIJ. P 10 Narrl UL'(mo o F co)tainn eIS JOHN WILLIAMS.ItM a
edutcatl work, A Rttvt wnpO ncO n gd Rl4T.-JM ____^---__1.l Ken Reontru_- i lu y"cnls "t, Reo e V RemodeL Street,421a1 r>d BA.ply u rllswe imatl porti on tag sea. Inte s ed b y PU C NOTICEsb I. her by en by th It Mi of ptow. k i T
faoted. Appy vtDma oRzllunt Lstd. 3$ CHIROPRY.AlACTlC ea us. Cooperative BanL Mall. 8 Dul eAR. C. AGAT yCOM JY T M ai n N Eoad. TAND DA AN A RNi
enspall r k Eas App aly 20M eun d 3~. 0 DR. J OSE.............RA 11 GADYS' +Street "-June" 1"3. Vincent Stret. 'Phone 8891. We have Prcec 54,005. Apply Kng Phono 52246 inerest in Meso Whitteld & As~toim, abs ADERlOROMI~t dobT JREET. "oommfort't.r*
G..,Mprospe-, oIsutale1,io e DR sOpMENe benad.... .. a.myh..vied by ot.d u to opno y U. Ltd of Pa u Ca..ob by s0tit t-..Iai, abl l d...S. oub e .,n. fo
Twm. squarep.-~ I, /ER~A hripotr t~mei ~wjnw e" 1: lfo A e eWAk-nd t rent ainth e Real ProerNy.Mtrodewt erA l ectrHiA UcKity. Nk OD ylo wih oA" h l teGvl





HALF.DAY YARD SOT abont telYork), il Frederick retreet Ioppo (rtr rt. and Ovy e Make. il Cl....t .. e4 fonthSthl P "arketaCA I NI C IURoA One Dof whch copanyhegwad the m.rd M a Aea' n HU
mea od Apply 1. R st r Street.-- Marya Colingel., oPhone 5o191. Memhere lo:-t.pain, 'Phone b-5.-.ly gl. .O It i hVe consider on t-t ot- -Land. p hD t wM -J e 2
SAs"seAnglo-Wm It 1idaeS Chiropractic Asoclaoiin. .)IN tUOMBREt.,LAS. MADE W W GALr won t Rbe.oor for, quitOa. wi.e, m we Johno, C co-J ..no ".I1544.and*ton lonerconected with the Co;F FR nsD --JUN-...

WANT'ED. LADY SECRETARY for In. Re lslterod.--Junse SMarcia. lbs .l--,-p-o.--l.,,repai rs Free whe ae' ot 100l pr et on w o u li nt bue-lulv AC RES Cpmg oOOA u, C aOFF EE. withead mc 1m day.o e with, oJvn venad.. Phn 101- UN
Iertnoe Offtce. Must type end hnvs 'le E DR ou sLast PIIYI IAN. Re recovering, one 344. Parme t re ti taono weu the. hut w e" h1v no rlu lwatepri Robwet Noilae n belnd ofe a 1344A, June 3.
riht t Apply NBI 0O. "1uarda," lt--Dr. James Lvel D.C. WP a. AdN e s THOMAS iTormeI barber of Avenue, t bedomA, empty, The be= t .fued. Apl0y John ra United -MJune
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ciy A .), AtC ith Camp Of denA, now located ot paranb7C y io" n rm l -P a' Tol Wthdrdm ( rocr it d.--JunO 24. 0"$ YOUNG LADY WANTS ROOM TO ...
In enn.o-May 21.8. nbearne. 3HCM O ON LOT OFLeN.(2 ______ WATD OAOPRE .Funhe onUurs .Apl




WANtTED, iAID-DUrLER. 1 Ve leton Sltudio, 11 Freder ilck ytJreri 'PhoA$nI s524 lIl tel. aith first cleas assistant. Corner hPicNtu At.e DAUetret 13 er vaunah.I WN TO ADOPT RENT.IrrtF OR Ufrl 0
s latirte.--Mo y at Member AnginWeet indirt Cnh$rorZSR tctl Abercromby Sireet and Marine Square. Stora Street, tintd 133,R near lvsnna _t._bt0Hw_ U
A YOUNG i MAN with eperiene in Atsoclatlon uIC3gLatered s ....FR 13 'Phone 40---June 3 W0 undna d Ateno o AuH OUSE AND WaNTEDi TO ADOPT by xaesaectable & p.t. "GuwTdroaom -Jue 3.Pol
Custom, Work. Advise. eaperierce aond PlR T radiant. --a-SE RVIICS N, PYJAMAS made to measure- spending a few doI lat will give you a WILL, EXCHANE Hous. at Minrt ple, aiANCeNT
meat tor everybody. You couid br~ng your sptendid property. I4) 06 Edward ditreot. ($50.00 monthly rentalS for house In city. Girlpreferable.dAge:rbabyeup to i~ on ye N D ANC OKNOU.GMN Jac Jmeain
alary Beouireerto.cIll lwn etdPake AlwoPin. RoaDM11116Jos rold, onU Lh on 4.DerJU nl d A-na To as S

ChalE WANTED a t22pi Ran Eoulo3 PotOLONG T RI QuIREL): REiSPEC T rcABLE. IT L B- MOTORS FOR SLE INOn NET ES by sinos hell p lre tiva.lls Ja nOs on ~ o rent lllfor ret inet AGENC AN N T E NTERTAINM T A D E AoGtE NOU IN i
t.IGtINT AND PRESEN TABLE LADY, YOu|R C'IIANCI -'IIRIP+ TRItKS, 'Phons 5100. 41 St. Joseph Road.- meal.son Agare, Laent empt, no e w. .n~a- AGE ANoNAOUN ITOMS PATR Nd. The ANDet DANC[,Sade AOLNAS ANNOSNE. N'.IBUO
wals.etr aS AANTrs Hok.l ce:pt0 e.0. 2L MDDLIE to THOMAS PArif. ?bo ,ep,,te oOntr'. Mdffn. ilr-LA R"1". ROME, Road R V*W
ex Perlenced In eatee Ot SRn merchandie. 19;l7 Roud 1941 M el lt ', .f. T.,hll MaW 2tit chAS tB4 never occupied, (I I 2 Lots Land. 4-room jTH* T PROPERTY SPECIALIST." 29th. willbe he ld t May. 11.--M Iy San Juan. Offie: 28 ]Eataru Mats
Tygillwithreferencesat2Vienna, rem e adies Iu0oule. I mlee Port.of-Spal*, empty, tnrv dPBoaee 764P, 16. a -i e4 Charlotte t. 31sMONRouse andlTon.AE$t.lin
nU o ta t d. e. Mrv en e. a0 nd encIlo e lt.ii t I37 PL OA TedS CA I.5o0 pr blmsill .Appl0 in own handrwstWn 3de L w 1 ilvo r C S3i A s tern a d pS bedroom soemty. beau t l u ng a o. o C. ircul A Ctay2 ROYALeofh e I ET E O tOsLa tRA. One 4 ARomNT ANA HOu e COOK at age *
Salmoaod Ap ply SO .-Mori ng 11 Mon FO T TIU 5i lyr 80riv etc 7 AppltrM o Me No 11ans., 7 e p t4yS t* sc autJOfho Baonllow d, Ao u a ke St ROet ,th oOne r e et l U nU A L ou SE w lr StM o uIn I-f
AeTlle ofrOeeeN e and h Ot hWo d alR IndiBioEb. your ftet rooat e.l l th on Mll and ero e i ll& 12 c lte et S 2ta o e Roadut ..a..Cou t .y..l ia. est o rng Ir aJr tt Trisa U D o n. sall o arncst wo ous e t ol C
O r u: P -li o T r l dd rdian the three act t t t lpe in a ga t n l t t our o Jun es sionco l F ri a Sad. Mo n.try on C bomort iu8- VPS F O R S A L E et il a I i s a tFhD... 4 .0m ntto Petai r 1M b n gnn e e t ilrM Il 1".1 Heonld-a- it ha oheIsa m e 0 a1 I
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-oodo RM ER CE RaI,. 3 eRo..--, Wl B .PER EVRACE ESTATE. eltuat3d Most Modern Freehlod Bunlow. e .. ithe other 10 26.fo r t1 0w; e
uo worknandar Bprefere d A p" atleeon D.OG Ae. o.I N B ienlty o Stlunct. Renveramb R t mWt Il Te anaet a. Wrd of Malas. npll. County ptoroy. caddie Ren d, facingetgEy UBIC Mot tIst. NO. 44fend by g s-.by00;
OD0 COOK-GlERtt i ROvforene l e.i Streetr. S oangr Go hnran.- lp :10n ;p i f r 1 Tb o fd St.- Andre H a cr u reae .4 wu. Cu ad.TGo Hur m npubr tt t t as. $12.00 B le in"d aran I o I IN
on ^,at .eAatden ttus.o ert ive a i I e ey 100 age A c o. p-- c Oomso. ,, y..................gNi t COO n A U -a - C
V Ap. Di ana M u t Lt.io H R P CS t ree bllen 13 Vi ncent st ret p hon e H. Wo a veltto A1wekl ow1er drl.. ulnnn -tarn 1 64.S A bh *A d .dou ble r o forr0
cI E Son rL MT T tO between 8.3 1and In I 08 P Z~ D .G A Y JOSEPHo 4M.-Jun* S.xer at" No.at a bee adv ised y NUstra a u toW o pen a May Is, ' Ltd.* of be" Clk>4= B*'p ~tKfoo; S Pw S 'lt pea and Ame a i 'Phon e 73tll~
il.-Po.-"- .--i-. 2r. iEngE Mathiur or Morhoammed-l w Nw WRLD orM mApp o rt i RPPop e New C A lIows, oI I n iS. I Ro d. _Oeohco _pn hwasthe EIGoverningIR
HALr-DY ARD so abou 16~r York), 114~ Fredrickn 8treehipll atn mn. d oven Madkoeric. 112 Clifto 11114pot.- as B It nhioB~lnsieDred* o a that thi Lot of Loa Apl Chrt Ill Diecor wit ..f from theI C UIC rHNK Ma s!mimsT1H U,
PO LRYngPMI lo-l M Indies Chrp ratcAsoiton. 4BH t iUMBRELLAS MADE NE by. War Won' be~ overa or qu t*&Wie' at B IS AChRtE S CrO COA, CFint tr C. 8. wiI~tth sadCmay ithnt V-1 veradl 'PonS7
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0, l .s 11 Bl i V rOta s.ll4 Kbr V a T be d a LteI cc \Patdy c .... . (.0 m t d0 of Wray 1244. CJU NE ` rea Xt W fa t
Sil o edc t s. a Gtn sodsenaarye futor AmT, I N O aelde -Ma y tTi i i al. P -June l y On d dily R h R r u P ete n n- .. .........cfu.d Ai Chly Jrl otte by go United ape1R O t OpI mr aU aX d .
-W 2( r srm r. IroIva empyn. so Rprt at 00 much
rig h .t Apply cat;-. on s tot-wri. oNE Ja ODm E es.oTell llaence 1ihe RadIient Elotrli P.eLt .'rnces O freehold land, "1 Cha5 l1. ON 8t ab Gudln sot
B n of"nato.,-TUO2 .U..A a tt pere rct ic uty .w Iuriti oa-es23 V ictori Avenue. Vacant, RoRla,. WALLbeaT with Drvers Perti:tm ( O8l er, mba oU w uisedApa l e w BAr
.A. D. AIals E du.. . IS. li nt.... Su o nIt n r tym ,t lty y v r, to . IV i ACRe S aet, e n ta Cr Sa wath .t WA TE Tre r2L e w tae n: ke. May we qutt o
Feecst 4B Cal5-utta Br E NT." fertlon*r (let (ueJ S t-ask vi Vo ArL E n c ermll u r.
Atporlene aAMmgWtr expc ted ahouldi --raO A N Jambsr May Just to moved in. 4(3 A) 3fredo mn obthfil chlltB w ondeU V. Apl W
U UbmttA. together with t hre opies n o BA for AlT On'Y Pure Coffee. 'PhRle 14a rOa. A co Maraval, buldtg ite. II ot Stt Quickn e 13 PERONA NOTICES WANED Od ADinte Decraor R E
Ft"ills- -- Al ---- .. .. AM B PYAM Millt omeau re, seing a fe dl wn It gv you a1ILL trXt HU SEkt 8?,l0 UNaope AL NofIKevA T U parenta ge. BU SI NESSo A. CEMENT
stride d tGardan. "e oi it rn .uBll.d Lternt Man R D SPsrettiest oue on Ln s Cr- E PU Ic I hereby otld t ity n of Lomo imt it, i et
of ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~w temmitl oSnN Gwt paeegn uok Pn, 52o atrialEN ftoo odcintAGE, 43Parkdll 4 9 Hny tre.MdeainneeloRouarRaddmeiae 5 hoauselnerresnabl frm ifOtsoRoors IaNrflkStetanot





__________a ______________"--J ________ call tla Maravul Stoold Julne 1 ,Street 'Phone 5511.0 'rS sod Trucks for ity, freehold property. e/o Bo N- t.0, cua oL mllt 11|4 (0 a odleyo ando Iep~~l d o r y wf,
.o N S F t)It ,,il o J, o ,,I ,, ,i ons cd 'h ire rav el S a n d M etal an id B + ,,,d er O u a rd~ a n. "- -c a y 2 8si n ,. . . .514.. .. . .. . . R h o d W a nd o t hor lil re mys l. .,C~ -J s .. .i .
ITUATION WANTE D i a I red. Tyre iior Aup aug t r e e p.ule.I oener renr e all FREnEOt PROpE RTY T a 0. $20w 0 re. Bml. a teot lt res o dble fo ay e o des
var Mat29. p POLON T" LIFew.w Bealy Hil, rnt $W, rr rst nvesmen, Il),AAGENY ANOUlFNOnS ETERAINMNTSANDy ANCSuAGNCYANN NCEIhN





TYPEWIRITEIN WORK UNDERTAKEN. Maln ROAd-Juns t. I b ypd MuD. Rent1eO r l ls I JkodNew e.rsa nn not v3.frerntIlna vesLE. (LAlNS TI "SCO aan
e. F. W5 0 4 de Veoteull. Bullet tredw.7 193 PI.Y OUTH CAR nditl.o f re r -Juu 23 vrd ew,. golfln ks L e o aep tSy0 E ne t al. RA T A 9.TR OT he Hr. S RES RT
W c d r o P o e 3 1 uh1llnP r e t i r e l l p v I rcs 1 a t r e .- t n d i n i n g o f r o n t a ln d b a c p c h serl v lan t a e S S d dl e Ra d M od.m.B u n-..t.... .... .....J un. A pp0 E R T W O D M ,I l R ]y D .L A W e e e, 'P h o e 7 7 0 .
AT TRINIDAID OR ABROAD. Chi YO PelRt Street or riug 1 T1 Joule I I ..........l.l2t, fon l annd eaobe.. . .2tphM2Y,-JunleOuficu:une 3. W s,
expvers enero IMn sagerof is mecndiCose. 1o a nu t 1ORD not h kbE AT %I 710 TJH URR.$ r(I( --atun 3" t eve occupu. .L nd.tHat Jplun a ndhm A N ot0 MISI.--4
R RElRIGERhanA TORSt nO Rst S arwgN e wat2m resort 20 p V.rteull...............8,000 TH PUBLIC is hereby noted I rt at
or Coffee Eautte. Over twenty years' en. tyre; n mechancT ouul ih- M I T ONE PHL sO TROPIC, elt Tuabes. One sueon. Apply ina Mucurpo Ros. i o. e Vacant House O'Conor StY..... 10,000 nO no l ongeR t der t eC care and protne
perienc In m eadd eultivation Dralnd n moderately priced Apply Erii npedcer R C Al.C 13 tubec; One U.R.C. 7 tubeo--- --May 2t.tr ompty homa and oppr. 1 acre tion of my husband.d; Fnrederick Charles.











^~~~~~~~ad ei Veu~oi.oy,, lu^p.^.e Mar. nor^^sa~. doS B"^ ----t hol my^&elt rolpO*thh for-
cnd ofaundnd phno a aphclallty. Frst ltPhone b1 Jul e r 1 $8.200- r een f the latest and beet rYoelv o set i. -INN OPPORTUNITY tP a em as land. lt. Valley. Dit ego M 1.000 n d m Prifsrand ]Ub n-fo r oibUs*







Bo;Pl c0 "T^ ida uedii h three. Contact the2- ? Allard Sue, DS^ 1, 14.AL kice at" bo 4 00 2 At
Saleman H.A.te rnlaAnd-y oo-0. rFRD 9 Ni iP to Alit. to daely war n ew. Al2o othes woman with mneny. Ntet te dM ostin. earGadenCtsar 00 esu coNtx 3nracted 0 MEARLES. hamad
V G e dl n"OtN G W O N A N~l er n o. -ydesire postloe11 as COyr Ea f ecair 1,3 0 0 uno caltt olow A. )n ICeeS"3 '+ expensive R sdtoe to soit uaeyour require-.l o e to th e road near t he be ch au el e I1 o L it you r pro petis.L O T f rP OS q o e V ~l ,W e
tlook.keeper or d wl .bo a td operator. F ores OeerveM a. My OT. mntPE tcke 69eM are q O kiont l af r"tat res, B ta o tlll Couty^ Stet9I O. fcngrct8Malbl. Fr 1resh1 st water reetry uc Nsa le.B4 -Jo S. V ( L v il-- +
One ivig nar pefered Appy 4prie 19 DOON AVE E4LIC11,8FA41611las JuinSOAet ray tee t 2. day.a, pnroperty pleanted w oith eo C ullt Gond coursALE-NOtCy M I_- $13. -June103.0le hereby alIvfort,00 --






14k P.142. e/o "'Luardlan."'-June 2. 1531S 10 It? P FORtD. Perfect e~diOitlin. I'1.E:CTFlIC BOTTLE COOLERS. One-- al da, Poffruty pntres. beqtfl 5p (O lelt.a 7 LAIR-'0 SY TE Cr ULCrImIck h ereky amn tle r tposilt fo 3,qp
-___a___ _________ -_____ -___ --_--__ -._ Tyres good Ring itS. lin tauuu,,d l+u, tuuttie capacity--also one large 0dm- eeasldo resort houses. e asy -00. JA GENCY yS debtoridebtsl contK t by ,, my wt. -
ril ta fiietsric ohirdmNIGtcs ocaadSt fi sls1 1 lw 'ony debttor 0me a0 s y todf.







SJune 23. bilut In Model- Fckel 00 Marlne Iquare. Contact Thel 8Up . A. U hsrbLi TI St. Vlncont ptreet -- 'Phone 56154. Alberor Crulckshank.e sIte oEhatn left m
s Vt r.e'Xt IJ PLYMOUTH 1n40 .SADwa s o res1 In Telephone 4 OR.-June NoE. T rlenr y tn rnet Mar r hnMe ._me d temtlon, sinIe the I11t rAoh n ;
-__ tery good andntilon dons a.000 miles. eNfIt .+0 RADIO AM. Apply toJne .Lotsfandwith o .A.. LPPIJTECESG
RdoSrce 2Dk Stet- I Des s ta Sn Juan ................. .....84,00 CYRIL CUICKSHANKi
POULTRY &S UPMI M n o 49t to4 d y v 24, an teW h ColonyI offers for. o hisw Rel Chattel Property. F rst Street. n 3 Eleventh S te ety
LAYINO BA ,.1i ad Outdoor June 2. I INK FLIITRIC AUTOMATIC Recod deue sad Lde at Calvary 311. 3 Juan (o s elon'............ 3....... 900 --June 2. a ratar -2
Dr~oodaer at reno ..ucesd pr~les. Apply: FOR SALK FORD li3a ('otPt' Rumble P oer qColth ro-Macretlc In magpli-ont Juan. Th house wnoh ik b onel of st anuses at Concord (withPs .,h o.+,om .m ., .h,,a .. ,,.g, T. .~e crBk,, .ie..r. ..., h J ,,' -eol.- ............. ,0. o ~ .thPo-TEP .JBI ehreb ot~lie that
ar ... Arilm ..-Ju nce 3 tke naw. $t,500 P C. hiourer, T P.U, Telephone 4400d.--Juno SI an$ela, sd o l a 61 U h Chatte l Ho Uues at L aventlll. band. Jua nsph R gosoaur, noltBIer elk X W e n Rse 31 01 1,. .. '
.Sdlc ys, ilsng o ns o4 M ayo2hamm ued- WE condition.lWkll. 0,uMarine ht"t
ut tN EK OD MS ot.Jm 5R~~GRTU. OeLre El a unRa~lowy M~alio Ibo10 h las Rosd, Sn.uan.Wit panl- reoaheo n et o dbs m iDrss TW6
TA6v& ;,?.. .. t o .A, ItreSan.& 11.,OER.ORS O.....,.,..._..$3,40L ,-:00,o .,u
44reeled byoot My 2, -. OTtu








C i lve an grew, Irn De~astrO I AUSTIN 7 MechanIcally nould. Per- p inatunr': One Smacll "KevlnSato r', 10 reo cutly be n th r u hl n8eselon. each .................. 1... 0.. t ra te by hi.r.s i
W Y,6addie Rood, PMark a rlonn'k COUP%. 2perfect part"nndj" o fl. M A tee, tStll 6m Largeathe 1Propete il e Chattel .Property. u"Ae streetoRSLOSAi
ld 13a NORD V r6 l o noaTE i o. Excellnt APhone 4 eo1LLt.Y--JunC heplWRd, lAal nRbee (PuselOn)............................... a. i nitreet
AV__VA,_6_z___,_____I_-Joe. I. 11* Chmk.Mo tO $20 t"
Ei Wblte eWm r e re s a t. Ann'ls. Port-ut-;paly. T. .T+--- ui--t Mtes theNAL Om are LUISTIONSt V aCANT
I 011thu Rocks: 1WyaaotteS Rhode June 2. Tel. iUt[N FRSA[tm O
Roled and. Cemmt SAn d E gg FORD V-a TRUCK 1t41 Exetllent MARiN EQUil PeNtF RSALE, fo unor Ot C LiRA1,A COMPAY SENOToPISTlFOinSULTTomuON
eONE Apply.onda re-Cre I'.elie Spn AqutOeCub-Sya IdeahlOlandfaInCha!mW .6 property. my waitalitt'eoaiMorbletop
gra Matro. cat. on*1 Wt. rep YACHAT RApely.L E*rounddapply Port- RoT atheaOlY p St. Vdncent eroof---'PRe2 V toa v VICE. ApVly in writing NOn 1'-1fi0, et
IIII t Aulllgl St. Jandees.rneryt:11, f8orMleA ualon's ureCfe.--M oolay 740 an1 Juste to"riniodveacIn. 40 Alfredollle








retrert and Rtverhide Road. Cutp.ca from$_I_ Lvantine,1Eand Mai SrRoadFehl P pry t t.A utn *TiddPaintsaiV.aL,
ofdtestimoni alsto O No P Mi aO NSedb t. -
ptrcet.-.J,.d. 4,_____________ lt wee ad lad tie lt *Woe Ace m. lann. zht,. water Tele- ... ara adI."ar reulid.
attr.IF irstO itveaul, CO R St PT RENTALS blockU fot bulidna. R0y D1 p h are leo fruit tree: 300 yura-
LEGHOt R i CCue. R ELo C'--J ne0.c-%' Lil Rad J1O S iry llo, Id ea.l.busin eass. 5 adEt m Pe.mbroke s t.-reb-M. 51 Io f So L E:iUOiA
neI ltet PoeltMa 'r ndToktf r LufeInepqaretfor slo ia acutNal Cu3tereehold.Propery Edwa rd p S tret maicin re pn. Mu t a fin. mApplyMsn" &1fa8.Pat








EManhak ey Bree fro. 1i W ZD.dd WANT KrletNUHI $25 t
ONa lL CR ICfo U bud ED TO DU E MFOIIe Ahl S n, M tURNISIIa d ROOM. Apply:... A er. $otA4CooleyaOmndoI do5no tt wo Stone mrle t M ust np.lr 18,
SITrUonesW ANlTlE HIir Tyrrem STAM tS WAl 3IJ4 etirrent used s ialml 28 an he-iPowell (loest.! eJ all Al 1.-S (3) Freeol Charlotte GNERALtil AN. FOranis Street. IviusZ ad La l
oodtnedtot 5410 ~rdere P~ked ~tbtr q.. Pad, RP uERY.Se and lddlneRaI diaP N Bea Bt'4MWTr'ueU ROOM t tWOetr ationaandLANr at ,, ean dbtO ne .-May .P-
st edar WSeU D PAlKEN.Main Roadr.I-e oe.ill Wrte o buy fn Jeennh l es v e aue. Apply r gen *- Now. :lei ng5 on ee r 5 ,MO A ql is" wt (4) F i a HilladdenRad $19-. 8,.b TUICTONRES
As. INW. e o o Dolla r street.1 9e37 t Let G tpna, 8 rince p r of.-J u r torald & of 2 ul d Ws. B torei.-r- ...P 1 $ 0BeVMOTU R IT ION SIAL8 7 at
psor45 o ls .Son ,, 1-O le"Gsd iAO...J t. "Gari..~ 31. BLACKMAN-PIANO LE.,,SSONS... m,-, ... 3 "uk
W oodbuard R 'Phone l 43I.ed. _P_ o_ e a al i o U t+ Ue s t l dn bld dM-to _A plyd__.--Ph neil
AT0.RN IDADORt BR R WA f re ae jiaef Petra ntr or ring ED ROO FREEHOLD NVtlt omD II witsye W ST I NDIAN AGENCY yttdiin-0eun.
0vBr EEa M LeGo Rn Fo WLS, Co c u t OR Stor On W OTO w t O Boy. R 4RADOS. wih o Rd. ERATRoiFORS ALE a lcov.St r gee. Po mbrt-of I tpein- M stseld2 Donif.. R.O. ..ta.. wi.-. 80PUth Uetoh Drbyle--- -eet
or Coffeea 'ol over twe nty years'As. mechanicalrlO E PHL A pply MI Ci t Tule A. on ws i. Apl, y 31 e. w Mt. aN o s., V ,cbtHott C nS t. _. $13.000amn MOT oR FOr S, AEe .rd.W
tatenc in mixd ultaon.nsactm arately....cedAl Erc Sr-... ....... ....a I o o h
and RhoudrulIsl and phiune 803 Pho n ~ Ued8264 aun p Bogt Arae 1 C ,125ubsg.-J.L unee5s FL JDIVallWU T V~iS e yad o. s rstd ln d,1lentogr do I U.ld mysefaresp nsil orAN?!.!
ots" cre entials. AppTRACoOR-2W2.HORR WI3A VUTC O Rol'.iApp l atestMu dra eattreet. 'Ph Non e 81 F.. IN SO45 PePbRo e S eTNI Y orafn"retn.' e war L wd ith Fa rmo ,00 ebsR o ntadcat ed him.J e .








EST FORlywa ING EwQUIPENAlsr, Catrrpdillar or other tiny 35 10.710 IQft.hland ita Abest Listyoure .30 TC1C R S.eni A M C" ...
NICO LOT OP Ian oITS; n- m e A lpIne make. prepared to pay naic n blo prieo. Ie RiveIIe D ROOUS. Independent 5a- famly. Writrt.e proffersa rt e ceiv o a@ = ito" oroperty. withLat.foreet.PLO-
YOUG OM Nteat"ooltis s yre firoIMt0,Wll 3314st eso Vlla.-- mla I
meMaritalelragMartneRoad.rRAhIOrANDr RE8RIGERATORS 27aterfOV-17 quik sale. 3. mil








stoc in l 0ll cuod uttS Iot a soerator.l resuir eser wy_.ng T racto r way l o KeIn d doeNotoALeE-NOCtsOM I IS. Pa oeet -SION....L m Leven..
C0vary ill, lan Juan.--June 3 full 9 rtloul t end pRie requlI t te PARKWAY GUESMT IiO.- Jouned, day. Proprtler Oitldin at l Propet . r .. Fa Plly I Ct 1oher.0 by$ole St. Augt1,
--ONE HORSE. guo o ndlnOltln. Appy; lo -li n-af0,it/e suardlen."--M I spolath Motel.L .e5t5.t faie 1t0 l IS EsiAe feeCt)ilDCrStreeatkamnotreIt.i.00a00r
una oamd aaaiTae ea, TYPEWRITER. PREFE RABLY ROYAL Dell rtt. 'Ptoes ksl .-Jltsa t4 petllid o t esad aproe 1. l& aIastNrO p.m.-nyI e1l
" -May11IllnYMh~e. Pte "lePha ,wlth 14" carreag. EI~te typ. Other t 12 PIUTYON atflR&U1.l 'Those 6261.--11td 'oul Ode n w EIlm IGEEATOR.-iy $26. 05.+
HORE ND CA, oo cndtW..a1 M akes 1ndt)Sbottleiseewill be eooaideeed.layr2eC oll tseaide reorl itewt ho alles.A2NYanvebt - -- -ousOlant db o mma ts E by MyS i l
69 Marino Square. Contact rho SOpAum. H. A










Oanrseed. No reasonable o st E trio dTl T. peddn Great Ltd..-'June 3. "OARDI n e N .ONoN 11 drier lyOt rl Ias .Gand- Ar iULSL8!sloste 1h "Y .
v Argooo Rd. Abdoal Vdg10 ward iStr eet.-Juine a. M Apy to -Um14. a4-- MARINE E IPMENT
Itl WANTED TO RENTf LARGE. reJJNIC~ E~LY FVRIIRUD otuROON *efJ l(mdll~~n.ei + le" _LT O uNEPTU~NE u--aOUTSO A~tIMOTOR." Lous
$1 M AND lIAR'S! RE NT In ad. 14 Hawi6~le- Irtmt WoodbrooaI.-,Juse ls W ah (e ke ~
COKRSAILPJSvance h ioe P Rous In the ellty. Ap ly Mrs. LARGE C OOL. ROOM witl b reakfast. faltI), Owner leavtin5 NEAR QUEE[N'S PARK HOTEL. Small NOUIIS FOR SALE
th en Mn g.a 'on6,ea optsoa 1 Landtrb8lack Dog. Anunwe A 10 10 H El TM AVENUEJN. HALF IH wl .
lelrllnt 'n ': a Raio sevie,5-D ke Stol aM N S M NX,1Wju1. o- 811 J an _-- .. .. ........ 4,0











ONE HlOLSTEIN COW gilvtnS 3 bottles MODER I MOUbEg with convenlence In Wrigtorne Road -J e 4, A ienqe. Write "Gnrls, Bo Illda l an Iel rimS 81004. RoewliL- "hargain." 52.105, L411ouism Tle U
r n O H n o w.aysownerudriven WPip ay- C2AJ8 1ALCRUICKSCP wt a bL E .
P t: OnU L eteRY Ha lter. c s Male. word lad 0 months' rent Ih advance. Paying Gust. Mrs. MacKay, 131 (de u'.ll 5 eoRouse rAy.14 iletreaeta ntEle GI eAn ht. 51. r$25
Aply RamYI Gob. J .a n u on, Street. -betweem ALes ful p..,l"ulare to Doa u-1 ,stre..-,un. ,th . ,. ., ..........n..t... 3.900 -J un*-. 3.,aki
fooInroy and L' tio l di r ies As ply:Fepe Ot S "Guatdl 1."C-May 8 R. PRONT! BEDROOM tIrRNitIEED Wlth with fotia.5 m gTo talledy bat h of eaHousesa ntcoordarwtha on-STura.UBL IC Is hereby s. fmd that I
11 Ith,_ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ _rh 16 and waterL (balklloCS oneMecaotalMayl o30. Reward.aine rFinderEcelreturn to Bq lamedV a l ""oi)eact$3150o am not unde ttLoprtistoOilmenha










sua -MILCH ive oL TEdIgw. l So. itaml .........._ S. N hod., 6=Rnc Pt. k SCOn mi Avenu o.eI--Junees.1. ,onpeachAS...e.....t"et.....t.rtderarl -May. t. l la ae.. e N'edbSy O 1
No 2-M- y1 __ __ _ _str4Tt.--June 3. ldt Avt Village.OAlht -So pSeedstreet
Rentale$20.50 per mvth.fTctpTyree...IsMcy 28nuaerlatedition.srdn. IROBBY In









OEas8L! B RED FOX TER RIER c 000, -__i--_-CI_-n-i- -
mnthn okld EeelleJt guurd. Pri. MISCELLANEOUe FOR S ALE N EQUIPM FOR RENT Twe ityjaur LEue party roe emrs seed 'NeaT-TON M S VALC.A
h Mdet.fl ow useden _________Or-______________
FORD i-1 T Ue. 1041 ley YuCHT ORtBALCalvary The11. 2Pis of GotII t V n enL ant-' h $ 9 ICS pt tirtn o l









W-IT- M.A-"I4. --_., ,. S .Itiht. ,_ andharutM o_._PiANO.aw adg y n3ALoR A (Best for Fl c +".
LEGHORN CCS35CEMsteel Lo Uaa IliRETAE P9iTE OOUIM br frui NntAl 8edtt N. S TU
ilae~ g gg Oe arg Crpt, ILAO S ROSE inf M a .un FOR IAL- -' M ODR RUE 4h f 'n no= pm aoe ree.odlc tot. amy w


Pol....e. paud O La Curier1 B0Sid f.. lim -tee e anrtM d Id OIR eAB;ait MODERN Onun tth M an o longer rIMesponbr leort my wit8s, 1E;
I. *ySuitablebo MIIw at nvellencee at No. t06 l"dlo Roadas. trim w ms. and that do not hwl y-
TUMON o0%e0.^ ,O Streettua ota a, n, three lo ltand. S as4eWO N, ISt.8I s, self ,-rseptsto, sas debt or d.,_l;
'IIo tlIlIl LtR..NIUOt 1' la ItROt U ApUprlr modr n e+ n al, oee, @1C _tel1 b, e cent S
*IWTZRET3D ~ ~ 4Rone, SM.JO.O"a,..nt hseSa.'ase3 etrftted by :ar-
WouV5? G6o 0 n. ttich With e IS ChOus SatreeM Pn ApdO -Jn 2 \ -Jun 1Aa.edANFORO M Gi. j A Mixture of Wheat and Gee
Phone 7433.^ 82 ^Soth use 13 .!IQ for tw se. FRIqREs MOUSE. VISTARELLA. r -N T. iLAUNCH or with all em a t THI PUIRLIC to ereby o notibr W 3
S MORTHAND. uk4Su~ea t. PitTWO othfrl "o ee e strain I dJune. A oilly nearSnS TS? o Set hold myself dOWee i.se fot OJ ;
Hg. THAlND. J Are t:jhutpPoed wIth. Grey. Enstne.. SM Two t middle u._ Applynear Coulry Club.
Sa, English, Ardt o te. -A u s VdiO wealk% o roe, A. p a Eo e 1-304d. c "Gualo ian l .o- Applyd pt.o-fOUR-iio debt or debts colracted by mwa .
rr A -. ." P. +S wdw' Skim Milk, C
a4 al t as. SUpol"ato -0" s Charlotte Itnt- Aanu>.--May 2 MAR iEN 314 LIVy mSg .
YOUR IB, u n ll__ Bd. 4_ __pnr. ,e l _e_ _.__o wo __S _ *_ -- -_- I tdL m.te n ai l I e .
TA S T IN G atend t.atm ,
salt somea c hoolS..Sanvite .PB M RerndLaV
a ool. .d ,, -N TE-om et. a.eol IMALL 14 .AR -uag. e. *Offersu Sad- P3ht
Daythre 54 Pambt t34 .*, I r r woStreet. 9;41= RESORTIS EA M A e-June .Sod s, 0 1ina d N e i


.11 lra ID~e m ~ n. m~ ns ga m t-dju t I t. VIITUwoTO BA. OM emel
GODwee tudPast oulisaee. ONE BRINSgENAD PlANO. (Good better ibr. 8TullmPUBLIC do laws"aDaumeam I r


i' eMo sn agweL, m --e to N ,n sm m lI s up -/ I L .kou. .mer m n u "d s9%a m n so .)oks* au t s __airs lan g P41W efft
ooo hESI f yu sn'sm V" to"s nd ahigiCcilJuwa. ii." V ilItaw, ic T po SAeAd omaspiarnsaisTd Im 50wti adpoes-'

r bit" 1 = 1 A- ..."':-.. . t n of ho a -,-d.-
Mayon" Se. esoelnt *UA" bu toto 7
fundd PERT? ite TheNe ObtiO^S: 0trdebt or dents so b ste
inch L Tnk-I 0 Ind Hand ElectI1 4 Wtid Wharton. labeade. er K Wit. m o t. hre s twwlk
Refunded .Boa.,Wr.teThe _Beet ,or. 0 GaLLON TANK,. -50o.0f: 40.Ca Gal- p: .. ,w -s. ,S.2 0
910 muds1-103? 8 A E It.ADSO Mle &"Sot 6 a-. 6 em r- .
e503. Irsitu.ataises e-- ... ,-iu..ed and with bea ,tful lewoa .m -Jne-

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