Trinidad guardian

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

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Newspapers -- Port of Spain (Trinidad and Tobago)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Trinidad and Tobago   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Trinidad and Tobago -- Port of Spain

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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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ltuf - ABZ3083
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alephbibnum - 000354929
lccn - sn 89049124
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UF00081212:00670

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Attack o.The Ra..ges. Of War
fcam l Allies Move To G. er. m-
Nlkt LtAUSin Italy As Heavy Air Blow
Six W ks Troopse ByePk. ue
luatem Front I SuT rSa M iVT
mash Nazis In Four Countrie
hve" cut fthe tW
me,, ugm "i9Trofp P- laninig ,. '

Fr ont a dI an~do Msi buI ld6
t neAir Blitz Hits Berlin Threat To
RI"iappasingeTwM"enty v aanese
in"- P l a M l ranes Lost ome G ro 0
att-a the stof "Tao
worn and materanalal d
au othe iPonv ifeFight Sti~llRaging
Ymn, tmdlg opemta/l'" For Myltkina 'Pa e otRm]r
aourdigtrool /b :..
ordx. Mcyltkta, ur so u- kmerican Air Power 3dAdvA&
50 enemy tanks and rAD eyo, 8May 'a
X -lansintheStruck by the tfull fury eat nwtaete101m~tCr) .-In 11orther uma lreF
communtue broaId- ta ia e labd wratd oos ra of it from trangfor tue ,- Gives Mightiest Show
Sthea o e, efort was nothing meret han a seteoon town by o m head tOnvef rlopt'0TP ro$ In mne- (W l l
b oa- Ow Allies- ^n cent ray so it from"Alied"ort hcampaigners O ver E rope M ikae H adw ay
ealerV em.Cean" wiht same Chindit, units t
f.hj H% =l 'a *a audre or_ a.... ... .. waring lnxcoerotmtabe-e ofen, te slte Stte8 A Ain" so]Prwl
ut fglnagn th A tte Hf within Generalo-I FrankMMerrillsI Bw 3 Wo W CER o, rW W. I- HK N. 3101 1
Gtltermanarnmtont-N 1t7, thetown was reduced to a mama ofmilng ruin a"d nia rin the thinau sare mand LOND O N MhayLD 3 (BA) It
reL n& Apr/ LONDevaOataa.-(AP photo) am a".h se 3 trcks ndss the AOLUM, "rf 3rs P tRNA-ercn ad ACTeu 1
Ines ithe lasrt aSea as uogaung-Ramaing, I ihis eosrto o mr-p a A)-n
PlrnanDrraat 413V550*Io-(A4' p radi) adtth__e_ Am SS^ oSLo flte Assert- Am|r--- 0^^oopH N*. to n (Af o IOe ntTfa
Theyledo srprse fng e oair power ever made over theA the three-ponge alwn
*R" '"S? ^"KL4B ** ^i -~~______________________ on heav a"erilsupport topvf!C111 O t oth ^IHHH^^^H- >tr.DndAle
Were sh do 1 Japofanese reiforcmenta from be- continent, the Uhited States Air H ted hn toward ulasiAwi
the German'atakir1 eflL Says At-ilrMv low Mogaung town. Valley forces yamc today hurled Its third sue- hetadoayagptl
B frotihkst liey u Anti-nitler Move rttraesotan cuw oe ob therve ** -H-op the
l aUtaer] teesMorering the roadcut off one of
lunged on the other dTrf1 C defii Unearthed In Denmark the main Japanesetse at ceave fleet of 2,100 heavy bamber t taw v
N'. was at la! that the U lirt maing and captured number o and fighters against German air. H Or
Opped the Russian west- orlt n paU t fr O NDN Ma 0 ( horses, 32 trucks and six warehouse craft foles. ssrbasednd inat- bt fotAlm
eryin April. es.for,,tot
t efrom Mo.ow radio si d that the Chinese and American troops have o centres in four countries. O into Ib" i
benlindlcathioe mans Plan Drafted Gestapo has uncovered rn won more ground we* of the town dro t4 5 enmth fighters At the e
hwsrd outbreaht of action r s o t men and beaten off Jap oounter-attacks Mw n aplresat and the At the *m e time AUM
Outbreak oft A) underground anti-Hitler organi. In thesouthmandsouthweSt some eu degudes dtroyed at by
eatr front migt o escneene wskle.Inteso uthati n d of uh tSm the Jlus ocsa lid mse lves 1.000 ddiaoA
eattmeIt uHtoNcOetandeRotatid w thnatlon in Dnmark which in. 40 mile. away, General itlwell's eIght more. Eleven bomber t s andt o^oK beto8m-
al edOvnOftime-to c e aUnt e lt en oar y tha eluded a group of Germn Army men have struck suddenly sacr- s ine "fighters"are miulsng) .tt UO1 tn
C teasiond o u thte nitd Stat s ws d w officers and everl German the Mogaung valley iouth of Kna- As othimpreve flt ofsa from VoO N
e Concientrai nhINT H thefrsAt draft of a definite post- mciai an aine and cut the main road itink- 'Pane sep O t t e clear i dim
apreprao war organsatlon plan for world police official. It id in the Kamaing with the Japanese of northern Europe, AlliedB Head- V south
ward through the a- security,. raid some of thee men offered upply base at Moxaunx. John qurta In Naples announced that a"1f than two mute AO
oxlaT Pesdn1 t sidnconversationswee i2 trow bak. r% m mb ersirat'plan ot esBt
toward the Danube and "'re *d converresItstance and a Germ .n officer ion .C. reporter, sid tha a noth r force of AmerIcan 'plane. s t.
jgtttorWer alrad uanuer way and was kil^rel~tne ad.aGro ie was another biig ste towards the bombed Feiner Nemstadt In Austrt*. And it%-M~~lI^ ^ ^ ^ Ahe "had to dI
Isolation of the Japanese forcesa Allied 'Planes flew 1,000 addtiton.-
state It is to early stressed to his news conference wa killedathe r i stel of w d the o ms at lli efd tPlne ne s1addt In A s .l
eiinet twere being carriedu on Altti
page the full extent at that negotiations within this Gov- Kanising. Thisatacking forcealores in tacticali attacks against MUMWhich plowed down
trofspplis a nd u ammust nitit ont, ser ou wth tof R lome tn to towared ,
op eraton s i but t Peent awsric yno p art i san G r have also seized a warehou s e r a W l an t rfull t he. i i an* b c M a ll aNanid N
operations, but t were ybeing remTend ada lng h mhl odb.tha6080A tN a lPlot adn doNzirnks t advadncep Its ay evethe Sterne
Rootosevbel a spe llng at- trictly, non-patan basla. of sules Uand a mmunition. Mou-t of Rome. we th Au* ld Zte Ip tS
I-than the enng there wa no Immediate nren the Assam border fighting, The German radio carried Its own ra u ,oh ri- i
tohff tebeiv. eplnn s or a formal conference with (Immedi _toow& Allied troo have made more pro- usual reports of valiant defensive '04 In lo ah emt wOasMoDlmo termd "sat

roffnenideved] plTane hoora a formal conference.( witphhl)
________fthe the majo er dAwle Wto fohe pItwla A wr U t tIe dUfawoetermined Japanes t e counter at- southernatskes, but firt ace ounts of Brib b dc t ld the
organisation. t o ve t T 1 W 1 I I tack were all thrown backe .osrew member rturn to It Bir ature4A z -1
JJ remarked that conversations can w Shrpw HU_______________ ies ived
,Wilson Ltaued-s ona time. The blueprint Richard rShTa C r il f Rerter tish bases did not bearot f them out southwest otheAmra
B for potwar organization was In ts Ital gives some Idea of what the Allied They said the Germans did not ap- 068(0< i1 4lpoleoie threo ml
first poraf swar etrsdent Wa n It a y troops are up against In this fro nt. pear to want to close Inh iL a from the Tyrrhenian coll i.
nst Their new attack was aun ed on erhas reemmberingtatore A t eavy bomber oe f So VL tb*A*' I t"
n t- added, and stoll ilt lmay be tremend-- Sunday along the Imphil road b- thIo dSotaehad gone down wngkand wings Ith way ever BerlintI n a4ayll gd vaLo ALU, NZEAR ,FROINON
otXlD HBADQUAiTlS. ot-y improved. ALLIED HEADQUARTPJW IN low Kohima and it was the biggest In the lost four days in a vain at- of b o (lwe t R from *- m. Toa
SMay 30 (AP>~ene"Mr Roosevelt emphasized that M.V IN he said, for Pome time. The Ja- tempt to keep the American bomb- Of Muk smoke (low k> ri <*w dired Nf a *0 Temple. The Junction of Via CarI
Maland Wteon Allied conferences within this country be- NAPIES. May 30 (Reuiter)-The ee had hulk road blocks of era from tirtarget. hof railway marshalling yards, Vrxe tonat5en B r the mai road north to hK
ef the Mo t .ween lmsael and Mr. Ctordegll Gren Howards, a Yorkshire ar barrels where he road cutsn( s eee t (cetrlndhi on the Anhalter red s11men meoe Five i o00-ih or-eha 4 Iopt(B
Onpliung toa conratu- ul, Secartary of State, and Fore-m awn along an enormous ma," of mrun. FACTORIES BOMB N a t with more tha Jm p
from lae Ie Retions committee-men of ment hv won new fae In tain riings heer on one side and The Tepleho airport s at e ht.(A lt pet). S
we thre&nSof She w rteirdealigwiththem Italy. A week wo two companies falitg away teply on the Other A reat daylight force from M afe A rvl_______ e_ W___at______ (.
"due to m rfine fh euulatlon of a working ereio- r AerwT filrediae dW u= tbeeln twdo adedata a-n the r aviation factor y lh
of theo of tatin and not simply Internationa e ore tor saen dlverO least a mile andahant of rough tDo" theL
and the m11na1sat n 11ips ary 41:ac04 to pin down crack Gt- country an ch sidek o)'rde t tS r A Now
rr ;&, glIM16!tocontrol the ridge t tt a w olithr
Of theMg e arCr E alI Y tth while the'anwork even 0the mules had to an.v pr 6 1 ^ An oteiher U.S. Gemitan P-tuui y .r.O
sustained by tn ,htndeout from lik eAnzuo bridge- tracks cut forgthem.0C sN I- W,3B0 ssls, e t ti ,n o
of the A navies bdors of Ruia, Britain and head fought their way at. n t t Re msn hed anr Say Treatent Fair
efforts to build Clhiaman invitation for their Gov- on May 23, at dawn, the York- pteds in thdis confiey frOu' r 'Thy elmsoattackse air ace 011C vo Makes f bay rMoa n of
B and uppUe inthe to e e Informat tal ksinhire Howardd started their ad-i1hatin thiostofa fn rt near atlar, t 3r t do y of
were now reapn their Washington os soon as pooble on v0ance upr0 d across the hMolts g Twey mean to amake our that be- "u Osnabruck and ehtentar O N a d (nP a511.oS OW11
e in the creation of a world securi ty or- River. German fire h ad wiped out tween two and the Japanese d i-in theo Hmburg u of broadcast fromitlast naghtmn Islow
Momt Te ea omsesreta b of nearOnbrutr oatck an Ahdeaai t vlTeGihnsPre nt
ganisatlon. many of the Spppers sent to clear vision. never see Japan agein but From 150 to ItW bombers took tast Osa ploa* nnniB ofighr M, 3
W M 0( ) way through te minefields but even If the Jaon et into an pat In the far-flung attacks ha recntlySrer-at st warald A ",
the the et houhshu. oor outonohl o oie stktr~mti
-APa the Howardt went through shout- awkhrd oo~i'n they stll have coMparled by a seBond ftore of By WILLUAM SMITH WHITE their tn a an t q
o core Gain TG e rar l epairk c as they charged: "Up the plenty of fight left more than1 00gs orefore t e1Tas1on"adAt oa l ei n M1
1n 1 General Eaker Green Howards." out In task force IM1 of whi LONDON, May 30 (AP).-aate __ Oyu________?______
Rivert. t( ea IaC Six ladders should have been rn lwere larger than the entire to l IntBritaifther con-
B Uero sored e r heledositonf tor them to scale thoes T w Biairnt against the continent by the al rrv, Britan of another con- a half to southea ast
th May s30 (AP).- ven t bank two were there, aps n Diaul Eigth A orcer year go voy of American arms was die- Americans Poundc1= P4oW In te va enOmyh1'
e saidG ive DeL bu t the Howards ots re s Fiit acrrcelo tacc spreagingoveir losd todiayasthema en Saipan island __
the J forc W 'T-N- A platoon commander advanced m Filet siercy do of territory to attack widely propaganda agencies wearily sus- Gr Islaannd t o U

Japhanesekhsistancee and they have had to be bolt ao other flter Not lon u f f TUM
t Ciee ine of received the that th e Distinguished A l the thin t l ne of men wary of the many CIFICpeM holdisu after the first wave had nne out it b loer s own newsfaler d.Aclred shtan bomewr p"Nfda Ptogwe
eum.y\ids now head of the United States Air who In^re their tuns and blasted Iwsltlone In the ridges overiooki the dullsthunder oftiexplabi wfr eot thef t l oint oifal __lrnt. . ....... nn&
l~ ~i~ K klrA*copnTatloos In the Mediterrsnea i the enemy from 40 yards, the shores, heard trom the enemy side of the a onl an lntelueri~ tn BHrni. --- -
teilema Rive r ee 40 m lived ta l has b een awarded bayonet charge. Everyonwards(R Buter the Americans s rne the p Ohlanesl I seenanewSaovet ofteod 11 -na-ji
Ito Lu td nt -"G' etel IC, were withdrawn. The r loees were oandnl durlngin theta o week-end, have te I taes and noer CnL n
gerdfo Li r ,euteangnral IraChev ked. Other m sio deo the Green strong y h ie Aied natnm StritA In thedrectio otem, tiiat tesare "ul Mm o
Were ed by acoanr of e r h esos ta nde en w new ie.BoulogneTheforatred as Transcean puts ItIn north of Tkn MdayTh S Ia I
own a 13-mile front development of strategic daylight non-stop shelling until seven In American troops on BIaki Island medium bombers flying very high s boacast, to miet lg scale annowlanenet said two of -fot on ae-way .
Chinese first line of bombing technique. the evening. are meeting poarticularly fierce re- and layer ut Islyer of Thundar tOffensives sim lta eoul n a-enm ihtr Ita itoawr
the Sinohiang Rtiver. Five other Air Force generals At dusk the German swept down instance. and they have had to be bolts and other fighters. Not long JIMsfr ultanosyo a-eeyfgt~ noops."wefPaAaT R 14 TO PA" a C0L
gooalso received the medal. Raker. In force on the thin line of men wary of the many snipers holding after the first wave had anoneout IHitler's own newspaper declared shot down and tw" damaged.
ow head of the United States Air who lowered their guns and blasted itionse nrfeld theridges overlooking the dull thunder of explos s wa that the ll on the Russian front
operoays theios theMediterraneI the enemy from 40 yards. the shores. heard from the enemy side of the only an Interlude in prepar -
Sraieceive M.theawa rd specifically for Next morning, the Howard fle But o the Americslands. since their Oh annel. t l for al new Soviet offensive inh - -- --
Sel arl Bhoaetwen December, wer eithdraw.Theirlos res 1 rit e ous military tdreTAs. RTS RTan SnterTa ---
19 Weare Fnd Jt anuary9l4Wi when heavy butthy.hadmaetefr' At noone h a fo etheirBsitox m along ocean broadcast described the des-
ear oe .uf was commander of th e British diversionek-ery attak and Cok ied and the coast and are now closing in 5 Marna ore .-e. G
based Eighth Air Force. Other wounded more than 200 of the ene- on one airfieldtheirfirestobje Ear a rtir



, ..<, Leasehod Chemist rCnnworti 10^ .su..at1=xue ,n part on^ zlt-0'e o^A^t ...... ,
b'- "i C nvet undPaet $0f04) "" "t l "mer"deayngsc


"gTo'.. --, or Wins B.Sc. De ree ,ovn m kanotJOed sxdownwhletho^^S ^ notBEWAREonr h Alne al
i snto active generals who received the award mMeulan and had taken prfso ers. oo dtion of a shm aHavocsof
we 0111,1111 the 50061sonfsamd ,YouiL= 811T6eJ00,3111a n U andyphoon aely delaying as-%

iMm IdiCeweapo Into the rve and htet werea rk shooting and stiffdto veetton well" i SPIUS PROAGD o uw4s

.BAi 0... as foMalcolm C B ANIdO. May 3 t-Mr In k further demOrfratlon of sympathy, hundreds of person ontohe tnoftho n tldT _ described U CANNING C
euw:...." r LvlW cn hemist on the staff mtteno d the Wolema Requ4m Mad s celebrated at the wth orl a redr aotreme emergency." railwayInstallato A I N T
received last week General Donald Wilson. At noon a force ofbltd aeesOfpropagnda sMonday moltorI f fs tell- O T YOUR HEALTH


OIy oe 'tt ........ wa ith first chu8* honours at Me-t the souls of the four Convent fire victims, the Htev. Motiher AlOyeltus. mttthw-t vt MLle. lad fllfl repor- trioble In l 'ance. Vichy radio .,. .. *
strvileshoodDrtoafe then r aid reportned that te c Flem h oast-t



lis eMr.dtwho lett the colony N "evmk-end weboen d--t. ea ene s tha tobe ftrs s -i of an eSE
W', .nLeaseholds Chemist reconnaissance sortie 10 minutes area-based In part on models of
s comvrt Dat ae ea t Fundg R m J t $309000Nantes Classicourt bridgewas mills the best ways to flovd the a BE t
ti] comforts ar needed kn5V..ALL O~ m while thenorth areas along the Atlantic WeDoU.~E
into actiesevic of the Meulan brI, had f Consideration of a scheme of _____ __l___

&tIn o aciove ser v i Tin tGuan lordta endafrteredeenstration.ompathy ..: s. i.ntoh river#no hit wer eored st fIe to vegetation s w OK
tiam NI4NNDO AinMy *on oratfu rRtheodmestatooo of mpath, hnrdofp eonon 0 vpan or t oe Rour l.d-. ........ i be ho Dning described as f.r usenW I
u.......3 t iedLeavitt, chemist on the staff atten d the ile Requim Mass celebr ...ated ..........C..aa O precedingt Maraud nly In ( atreme emergency.'
ESit uroe"O of the Trinidad A rhold-, Ltd., the Immauate ConceptiononMondymoro the repose O r ilde naintruvy, m 11 m,1ontore ,et sre s rei tanPOYU ofE AL

wMat7o b bao be ....... *e B... degree.. ......a Nnan Pou 255 miles ported mo re a 7d A B 1 '
2500wihfist clnasshoor s at h e-Bc g~the souls of the four Convent fire victunis,tWe Rey. Mother loyaius, southwest 0 LISll. and W~rP~rt-troubgle I ; eVihat radio~DN' S
Gl neithe Rev. Mother Veronica, the R M^ther Joseph am the Re dBoA Ranno errorits "w a e
Mr. eavtt.Wholeft the ColonyDO US
18.No "U~ oist erePrsto i
.aboutnie months-ago.forCan- Mother lale. rA -TURN TO PAGEn .COL 1 recentdays an 1 kled In bitter f r
ada. t is e xpecs t N led boo hort to e emk-e n et ntribution Bo r t i re 1. dia nftO *...... clashe in wMc Hiler's agent
mm s ,ei, :-,.,. ,.. .- ...,toe r ~ nt m ......."-the loest sm 'm tw, edadsee oidd


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Company.- while eache th ecorain Aio, .- scoHildiaer, eane riia



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_"f wSSm li in___ S^. s5 * enm a To ,yMta- ] Q .................................. et. , T *! x> Cw "M n UV '-. .. -
less0thans-even days s.--afetd- r.= sady Mrs. MiS .-.... has E Kja--i -rnc- relye a ta f ive[s..! f V,-.l
EJUUIJ 'reUeneaA s il ^Aii^ in 1!--1 We ho *gitockt of
B? ^"aaaaaaa^siniaagS struB.Z ci;tion o~f the as buldns on M ia Hut 815....... SwnSLi *,as ~ wSaa Ge~sme nfnr diios and^ one--- -^''..~i.n..ii
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oivIkrDepores Rejection

f Move ForMoreCity Water


*a lfs s 0v s mhdM, aIL oe debate on Couiuor
, W Saw' '& WNm WSit, . b M at s nver4au afte ,'
l fagmom oMM eiJft M bm Jw s ,t o sat-.
i 4m smmmkk~ aetro tha is.,


OMONUM, uuncilor vi-
eSmd Osuncillor H. 0.

sS omwtemo'* Phlllla 101.
It Kum Cabr ad pcoun-
on O lB motion poteinir out *0
fS. ta urt additional
on a" thely,
wae a long paua w ws
on by the who said:
bentg no er sconder I
* to useeed It."
* nller Cabral's rovolhtnm
*a as follows 11 It roIfoa ti
"tat'thuI Ounell a=rah Oover-
aifat for an im elate additional
suppl of water for the city at a
not xeed~n Is cents per
ittrt lad been defeated Coun-
lmr-Cabral, who stated that he
I-w dhe had no right to be speak-
slaaia on the matter, said: "I
*a~nnotbelp express my deep
"Wgret that this resolution has been
SI lW I upon my duty
;arouAd this Ile very seriously
;and I apol-glm for having to rise
-A to epempo. We are not here
a u, we are here to do
A this tage, eon the motion of
OUalllor Hudson PhIllItpS, asecond-
SAlderman Achong. it was de-
_to adjourn th# meeting and
Pis Mayo" fxed the nest sitting
for U o'cloek this morning.

Railway Seeks
:New Engineer
- T 2 od2 tJurdlan" under-
n a we e being made
'to iseu te services of an en-
4tases w o was being considered
fr the post of second mechanical
-Winis of tte Trinidad Oovewrn-
snt Railway provided for under
th- rebalItason homb .
-s po.t of first mechanicalo
.eneswor, roUetly held by Mr. D.
D Noemawoth, who has left the
Colony, is v"a"at.

T.E.B. Reserves

Get $157,000
The Trinidad Electricity Board
'4 at recent mestnqr decided to al-


JWi od a rimportedto =av
be arrived t af oonstdertlon
of a statement of net revenue ac-
eount subject to final audit for the
mu of thes allocation. The
Uosibo m l doe Santoe. chairman,
exptM d neoesoty for building
a deprsoeation r.erve w
to prove for scrapping obsolete
a eulpmnt, and Intangibles.

Acting Governor
To Open Art Show
t Kxmlemy the Actin Gov
e=.orw th Men'ble A. B. Wright1
Sn the exbibmtion of repro-
duotlM of Mtm Ilustrating
WUfui wj of 6h ou m
ptboor = I Tar a ranged bv ITh IndIanZ
Club with the assistance of the
BrItUh Oounel, at I pm, on Bat-
.wrday, June 10.
Speakers at the exhibition which
Will bo held at the Indian Club at
Quen's Park West wl include Sir
Ham Luk. chief rImresentativ of


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K TIIEN FEET


GreadaAsked

To Vote For

National Party
Trinidad Guardian Cmapeadesuit
ST. GOOROGE'S, Grenada. May
S.-Df. David Pitt, President of
Hr Wet InUHa National Party.
Tinidad, ha* aMed a 9e-word let.
t@ to fie people of Grenada which,
li 1=lished 1 "The West Indian
today, appealing to party members
and the people U a whole to stand
behind all the candidates of the
renad brach in the general
election, Polling in which takes
place on June 1.
osetur~ l "The West Indluian"
of theO Trinidad Party Executive's
cable dieflalming Mr. Albert Goames'
aulority to speak for the party
aad disocioatlng the executive from
Rti:r against the Grenada
bauh for nomtinating Mr, W. X.
Jullea to oppos the Hon'ble T. A.
Marryshow, has drawn criticism
from Mr. Ma ryshow in a letter to
the editor.
Mr. Marryhow writes:
"When I saw the deep-black
spreadeagie headlines across your
editorial pars I thought that the
United Nations had opened up a
second front at last, hence that
aM of precious four-column attrac-
tion space now that newsprint is
so dear.
"What did I find? All that fol-
lowed was the text of a supposed
telegram which purported to dis-
credit Mr. Albert omees, a vico-
president of the Went Indian Na-
tional Party of Trinidad, for de-
claring, almost on his oath, that
the local set-up was quite unknown
to his party up to the time he left
Trinidad. Just this kind of new
plus a little irrelevant embroidery.
"No red or even blue herring
should be allowed in the path of
facts Mr Albert Gomes is one of
the leaders of the West Indian
National Party of Trinidad, Though
It tIs said he had no documentary
authority to speak for the W.I.N.
Party of lTrinidad, as one of the
viewpresidents -he should be able
to speak from experience and from
available records an to whet is and
what Is not. Up to the time he
left Trinidad for Grenada, of course
for sine# then lots of patching up
might have taken Disep over there
la order to 'nave face'.*
In a editorial footnote to the
letter, "The Weft Indian" says:
"We are, professionally, siurpris-
ed that Mr. Marrvwhow nubmerwes
his flair as a publicist In this in-
stance. This Ismue which his nlat-
form claims will rock tbh West
Indies Is the tonic of tho day and
we have treated it solely on the
merits of the sensatilonal develop-
ments, A'ter all. we have allowed
correspondents severni columns in
this panper to discredit the W.I.N.
Party. not to mention articles by
Mr. Marryiihow nnd the speeches
of his supporters"

Trinidad Student
Wins Scholarship
News has been received that Mr.
Rodnev Mahablr, third son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jules Mahabir, has won
a faculty scholarship at McGill
University, Canada.
Mr. Mahabir. who has been a
student In the Faculty of Arts ai
McOGll for the past two years.
will arrive here for his vaca-
tion next week. Mr. MahabIr was
recently awarded a medical schol-
arship by the Colonial Office and
will be proceeding to the United
Kingdom in September of this
year.
His brother. Mr. Winsion Jules
Mahabir, IM40 Scholarship win n
from Queen's Royal College, also
a student at McGill, is expected to
arrive in Trinidad on a visit to
his parents, this week.
ACTIVE IN BATTLE
NAPLE8, May 30 (AP) Mar-
shal OGovanni Messe Chief of the
Italian General Staff, said today
that Italian Liberation corps were
"actively" participating in the bat-
tle for Rome.










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NAILS and PIPE
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GOOVRNMENT and CIVILIAN
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Survey Made

For Tobago

Harbour Plan

Mr. it W. Henderson, Assistant
Harbour Engineer, has recently re-
turned from Tobago where he was
enSaged In survey work In connec-
tion with the projected deep
water channel to facilitate the
gting" alongside of coastal vessels,
"Trinidad Guardian" was In-
formed yesterday.
Preliminary plans laid before a
meeting of the Tobago Chamber
of Commerce for harbour Improve-
meat In that island call for the
projected works belntr divided
roughly into three sections:
ta) The construction of an Inner
harbour for the service of the
coastal steamers.
(b) The construction of a sea
wall on the east side of the pres-
ent Jetty for the accommodation of
vessels drawing about 25 feet.
(c) The re-plannlng of shopping
sites facing the new Inner harbour.
Interviewed by a "Trinidad Guar-
dian" reporter yesterday. Mr. S. R.
H. Beard, Harbour Engineer, said
that bv the protected deep water
Quay. coastal traffic would be
speeded up appreciably in that
coastal steamers would go along-
side the quay to discharge and
load carao.
The general tendency now. he
said, is to travel by 'plane. With
the construction of the deep water
Quay, travelling by coastal steam-
ers between Trinidad and Tobago
would undoubtedly increase.

Draft Constitution

Release Promised
The Secretary of State for the
Colonies. Col. Oliver Stanley, told
Members of the House of Commons
recently that the proposed new
draft constitution for Jamaica
would be made available to the
public shortly.
Colonel Stanley was replying to
a question by Mr. Ben Riley whe-
ther he was aware of .suspicion
which had been aroused in Jamaica
by the refusal of the Government
to publish the new draft constitu-
tion.
AWARDED SCHOLARSHIP
Mr. Simon C. Ramesar. Medical
Student at McGill University,
Montreal. who has been awarded
a Colonial Deveolpment and Wel-
fare Scholarship, is the son of
Mr. Charles Ramear. pawnbroker.
and Mrs. Ramesar. of Chaguanas.
He Il cousin to Dr. Ralph Rame-
sar. D.M.O., Tunaptma.


I F I

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onviuenct end quick to use
Avon .rritring to the skin
Doe not hum bric
Non-gritty nd non-es
Economical to buy
Used by professional dancerj<


Trinidadians In London
Send Greetings Home
Three Trinidadians suving
oversee& were among West In-
dians sending greetings to
relatives and friends in the
BJ.C. Message Party Pro-
gramme last night. They were
Pilot Officer Osattan wann,
son of Mre. 0. S. Swann f
San Fernando, Sergeant Pilot
"BIn Todd son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. L. Tod.w r Cascade, and
his sister Mas Winnifred Todd.


Child Killed

ByFallingTree

Trinidad Guardian Corrependnt.
SANGRE GRANDE, May 30-
Sybil Adolphu, a fouryear-old
girl whoes parents live at Sukh-
ram Village, Sangre Orande. was
killed by a falling tree near the
5B mile mark on the Toco Road
on Saturday morning.
The child was standing under a
tree sheltering from the rain while
her parents were not very far off
attending a charcoal pit, Death was
Instantaneous, it is learnt
Following a report made to the
Sangre Grande police. Lance-
Corporal Puckerin was despatched
to the scene and conveyed the
body to the Sangre Grande hos-
pital where a Vost mortem ani-
Ination was pea I O
0. A. Lee. D rt Mesdcal
Ocemr.

South Show
For Piano Fund
Trinidad Guardian CorreIspondent.
SAN FERNANDO, May 30 F-
pale from "The Quaker Girl" is in-
cluded In the variety entertain-
ment fare which San Fernando
Committee of Conclertos Daniel
are offering In aid of their Piano
Fund In St. Benedict's College Hall
on Friday night, June 9.
The programme also lists Items
by Madame Rougeot. Miss Winni-
fred AtwellU. Mr. Joffre Bart, Miss
Amy Gibbons and Mrs. June Wad-
dell-Carter.
Bookings for the show are In
progress at Messrs. De Lima and
o. Ltd.. on High Street.


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NewMainsLaid

To Boost South

Water Supply
The laying duwn of more than
14 IUs of mains to serve Fv-
zabad, La Brea, Rt. Marys Vil-
lage, Avocat and Thie Vl.age with
water from wells at Ouapo, will
relieve the Central Water Scheme
from having to supply these areas
of an appreciable amount of water
which can be diverted to other
areas, Major J. 0. Riddel, Director
of Hydraulics, told the "Trinidad
Guardian" yesterday.
When these mains will be put
Into operation, he could not say,
but It was hoped to give a partial
supply of water very soon.
Major Riddel recently returned to
Ohe Colony from the United States
of America where he had gono for
medical consultation. During his
stay abroad he conferred with the
British Colonies Supply Mission on
the possibility of procuring materi-
als for use in Trinidad.
The British Colonies Mission he
said, had promised to send down
some sorely needed pumps, as early
as possible.


Regarding other fields of activi-
ties. Major Riddel disclosed that
work on the Diego Martin Water
Supply which extends from Caren-
age to the northern end of the
Die" Martin waterfall, was almost
complete and it was also proposed
to l, maIt trom Guapo to CaP
do VUlo.
Survey work, he said, was In
progress with a view to laying mains
from Sangre Orande to Rio Claro
and possibly further south In order
to supply various districts with
water. Drlling of wells at Siparia
was also in progress but it was
too early to make a definite state-
ment on operations there.
Commencement of work on the
proposed Caura Dam. Major Rid-
del explained, will depend on how
soon equipment for its construcl0on
can be obtained.
Residents of Caura, with the ex-
ception of those living in close
proximity to the site of the pro-
posed dam, will not 'be forced to
leave the district earlier than is
absolutely necessary. These resi-
dents, will be given fair notice be-
fore they are required to leave,
and may even be allowed to rem in
for some time after work on the
dam has actually begun.


Aw.. AMdr*, *1rng, thanked
Mr. Adams and MJor.WI ItsI and
said that ood relations bad aways
existed between Bench and Bar
during the 20 years he has been
a magistrate. He Intended to do
all in his power to assist in main-
talining that cordial relationship.
CLUB DEBATE TONIGHT
Mr. K. Rlcdk and Mr. Winston
Imamshuia will sponsor the affirma-
tive side of the resolution for the
San Juan Indian Literary and
Social Club in their public debate
against the Eureka Uteblry and
Debating Association which comes
off tonight at the San Juan C.M.
School building. The resolution
will be "Resolved that Sex Educa-
tion should form a prt of the
School Curriculum." Mr. J. Boo
Ping-Chow and Mr. T. Audalin will
represent the Eureka, Club.

OBITUARY


Mr. Arthur Harris who diod at the
Lreldden of his UncA,, Mr. John Martin,
BIell Vua. St. Austifulne, was buried
Wednesday aftetnoo at it. MU' To&.-
rigu after a funeral ervioe hed at t.
Savlours Ourcbh Cure"e wleb was qen-
ducted by the iev. Banks ad the R .
Willams.
WIUIuI.
He came to Trinidad In Is10 nd IT-
eeotly retired from the Apex OllIildl Ltd.
where he held the position of Lo"l set-
rotery.
Mr. EarIs left to mourn their less:
Mrs. Harris, Mater K. Harris, Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Martin. Mr. and Mr. J.
C. TYeates Mr. and Mrs. 0. P. Kerrie.
zAiiltks-Mr. W. w. Morton. Mr. H.
D, Fletcher, CeaL Adaumo, Mr. A. P.
Tin, Mr. L. A.K ahnos. Mr. LUV. Adi.
WOLLOWIIU:-Anmot those who ol-
lo wer:--Mr. n t Mr. K L.
Grant, Mr. W iant, O]. t.tos-
atb.Mr.ad Mr. an i
Iva Mr. f .gT r -MA.
Grtant, Dr. LAttl ,M. Stoaits, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. RlUdI., Mr. CutylyaDa ,
Mr. 0. S0te,. Mrs. A. X Murlay, M.
LIks, Mr. B. Brown, Mr. 0. Blane, Mr.
Donald. Mrs. Calvert, Mr. sad Mrs. Dun
Williams. Mr. 0. Rooks. Mr. C. Hlboa
Mr, and MrJ. J. Mowt. Mr. W. obi nlon.
Mr. W. a. Bamardo, Mr. J. W. Knihts,
Nure G. Bailey, Dr. and Mn. Id,
Mrs. Melt sh, Mrs. and Mine Allen,
Mr. F. Allen, Mr. Dense. Mr. J. Oovia.
Mrs. Panto, Mrs. Maxwe., Mr. Stanley
Portallo, Mr. C. Marcano, Mr.,. J. St.
vans, Mr. Rufus Phillips sad numerous
other friends, Staff and employees of Apeu
Ollftelds.
Aong thoe who sent wreathed:
Tin and Ken. Petrcy. Rene. Ktal and
Iecke, Aunti and Uncle. Blls and
Wat, Mr. and Mirs. J. B. BitchlMon,
Mr. and Mrs. Whitburne, Mr. end Mrs.
Whitburmio, Mr. and Ms. L. Hatrbams,
Ver and Irrol, Doris and Douglau, sDr.
and Mrs. Campbell Reld and famUily, Mr.
and Mrs. L. F. Ache,. Mor.w an I Bar-
bar, Lautette and 'iom, Dot and Chick,
Mr. and Mrs. Mowll. the prsldent Asd
mentbwrs of the Apex Club No. the
directors of T. Godd" Grant. Ltd.. Con-
lie snd Wlllle. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Grant. tih members of the Local Staff
at Ajpm, the directors, Apsx (Trinidad)
Olitilde, ltd., and many othws,


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War College In Washeg t, General Patch's departure felony U.S. War Department deldon to
off t dratle roductia n stig I of a&l U.S. Wet. India gren and thereby release for
imediatoo service edewhoe, much eded trailned troe. At a farewell Pfrm onferee at White-
hall theo g general 61 n .we apea that he had enjyed his period of seler in t he Island very
much and was ertaily *Mrry t leave. In the psictr above General Patch is shown anwerg a
ferv from one of the newsmen In the baekaound to his left ti se of his lam offloer, Lieut. ;
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itrating Stowaways

j Jail For 28 Days

ea a bhuny man do ttan ask for M setting
ut asked Wr. W. AD&We tO Chid MAwMMA.
mi5nlg the cause of his avIe companionm who ol


it pltsoy Sam-4
F R gild Mur-
E o. and Lulle
10%4091., Ji4nl-
I P the cells at
"'* Where they
=aglanded here
th had
,said thei de-
bi oelts after they
itoe- and sugar
was o"ly to show
oetehing to eat.
kjifted and ordered
SS3days' ImUpr-
i*b jeousationo in-
away dismorderly
l a malicioUs
icen nt properua.
-fxton and In
oeealed themselves
fatecding to go'to
the R.A... The
a to Trinidad
# board and
i cells they were
ad sugar, but they
bread was a few
aMts crawled about
iwing their dissatis-
de loud noises, and
the ringleader, des-
Sbeat another man
Bin the cells with
lnued battering a
r their convenience,
ndered useless.
the magistrate that
Sand that they
to draw the at-
e concerned for the
iking a request for


m, making it clear
jt justified in act-
told them that
9waways and as such
satisfied with what-
st was meted out to
Become outlaws when
T. uur conduct, hasI
gracefull indeed," he

LB who Imbibed too
streets, was caught
Ia a he "fired one"
to Pay a fine of
rm In public.
her efforts to dissuadeI
rt from attending
fdane, Clarissa Gib-
Uht with him on the
tshe and the man
11 were ordered to
nfor disturbing the

or a seaman arrested
haid got rid of all of
Lam who the Immlgra-
!H thought was likely
4 eslrge on public
l dened a prohibited
ny Mr. Andre and or-
A ortoed. He will re-
Mtay pending deporta-

Itrollers on the pitch
the Queen's Park
t1gted vigorously on
when they found
Williams far from
Elviate apparel, wore
Nr all. Williams was
and appeared
y on an accusa-
behaviour.
a confused version
after pleading gull-
zmanded him for
medical observation.
O medical advice he
and powder during
tad never knew that
wlking around the
a nude condition.
SMid I was crazy" he
"ilUtl said I was not

8U tngton a city man
|ter to join with a
he termed a young
Interest he acted and
*$0 pay & $25 fine for
o Be Was convicted by
otr Importuning prssen-
S moral purpose and
|ht this sort of beha-
,B to do this sort of
.mtagistrate told him.
g. Ueaumption Is thett
to get some sort of
i Ithiale or yourself.
e6A caught by Police
oent selling charcoal
Sold the magistrate
Solicitor Mr J. B.
i hdid not know. As
[we magistrate ordered
4 fine of $,

LE.AGE'
N(32-52.oMdd)
ll od News I
tmstieMs, suffer from
caf l c.-due to
k 2"tatUe-ts" period
_Ma .--ry Lyda *I.
bige Compound to
M. ltom'. It helps
b lrectiona.

~,~ta't a, sb,.
L Pinkham'
o. i E. pnsistkm's
and e*nuine.

L" Rheumatism
SCripple Her
N WORKED
vr a severe attack
this young woman
Sgo through it
Su era may like
have greatly re-
Old pains in back
ISlich I have l-dI
aaR year. omel
It impossible to
the bed. I don't
with rheuma-
81. But I began
that this might
S taking Kruschen
40o, and it has
ESince taking it,
I shoulders and
H 1**to nonn

one pfly
r^^ - %Iath joits and
s ed liret oet
Amnd g PQs

4. nd Provent.
^^ *M nBjii


'Be sold stahl pounds of sharoess
for 0 centsIntead of IS esnts.
PurchaItet r e* dy f 1
the urpma 1 worl= the
food Control Departmenti ugh
Hector facllitated a teanat flwying
from one house to another and
was caught by Lance-Corporal
Erathwaite while he transported
household effects. Convicted by
Mr. Andre for using the tyres for
a purpose other tha that for
which he was franted pei n.
he was ordered to Jay a fine of 26
and the three tyre which he was
allowed to purchase, along with
three others which ha always had.
were forfeited.
Enjoying privileges conferred by
the new immigration regulations
which make It lawful for an Immi-
grant to remain In the Colony as
long as she marries here, Matilda
Pierre, now Matilda Johnson, a St.
Luclan, got married soon after ne-
gotiations were made for her re-
mowil from the Colony following a
breach of contract with the Non
Pareil Estate on which &be worked,
and yesterday as her husband
walked into Court bearing evidence
that she had become his wife, Mr.
J. Salvatori, Immigration Oefficer,
begged to withdraw the applica-
tion for her removal.


Court Grants

Lost Will

Probate Plea
Claim by Huge Day on behalf of
his sqp, Steve Day, a beneficiary, to
have the contents of the 'et w!ll
of Lilian Margaret Brad'haw ad-
mitted to probate, was granted by
Mr. Justice K. Vincent Brown in
the second supreme Court yester-
day.
This gives the boy a share In the
dead woman's house at Blmont
Valley Road. His mother told the
Court she typed the will when
Lilian Bradshaw was spending
some time at her home in July,
1042.
Hollis Bradshaw, the bereaved
husband, denied that after the
death of Lilian Bradahaw from
whom he had separated he went
to her home and took away the
will.
Mr. Clement Phllllp appeared for
Day and Mr. Churchill Johnsto"e
for Bradshaw.

Sanitary Group

Seek Uniform
Sanitary inspectors attached to
the Quarantine Section o the
Health Department have asked
that they be upple with uniforms
and the matter ia bting considered,
the '"Trlnidad Guardian" learned
yesterday.
It is stated that for some time
past it was felt that sanitary in-
spectors of the Quarantine Settion
of the Department should wear
some distinctive uniform so that
they would be easily recognised by
passengers entering and leaving the
Colony.
Hope has been expreed in some
quarters that the request of the in.
specters of thi section will be
made applicable to inspectors of
the sanitary ervicea throughout the
Colony,

British Council
Aids South Library
Trinidad Guardian CrreesMpendt.
SAN FERNANDO, May 20.-At a
meeting of the San Pernando Car-
negie Free Library Committee held
kist week it was announced that
the British Council through their
local Administrative Representa-
tive, Mr. P. D. Gray, had gener-
ously arranged for the following
magazines to be supplied to the
Library:-
Time and TWe; London OUling;
Agenda; Crown Oomims; Roud
Table; History of the War; Serial
Map Service; Endeavour english
Digest; Housewife; Mother and
Child; Overseas Educationl Socio-
logical Review; Journal of Educa-
tion; School Science Review;
Scouter; Guider; Navy; Boy: Club
News; Children's Newspaper; Prac-
tical Mechanics; Practical Wire-
less; English In Schools; History;
Geography and School Library Re-
view.


FURNITURE


SALE


Saturday, June 3rd,
AT i.3 P.M.
Circular Road, St. Augustine

Instructed by S. A. Howard 1q.
we will sell all i good and ueful
Furniture such A:- Pair Oyp
Single 3eds. pring and Matrmm ,
Iron cot and Metrve Magt*
Nets and Pillow, BlanketsK Ward-
robe, PrePam and retog Tae,
Chest of Drawerm, Towel Rack, 2
Mirrors, Marble p Table, D=m
Table and S Chairs, Ombtnan
Table, Book taId and B mll Table,
Writing Dek, Piter CarpeS aMd
Mats Small 4arpets. Sasotrd
Westinster Chaes Clock, Morri
Chairs and C sCu. Omehes,
Stool* Marble Top Btands, Obe
O0n. Ice Chat. Mat Sates.
T*Sb1.O Ch~r. Dover SteW, SJ~r
ner Blreame SMo w, ot laew
Papw Batt.Tray. Bu n tds,
Tools, Renfelware, CumWArW lnd
Orockery, also 1 ?rld~e.
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British Motor Cars
For Colonial Markets
LONDON, May 30 (CP) -
British auto manufacturers ex-
pect Oovrnment permission to
Start making a number of ears
for export mainly for Colonial
markets within the next few
weeks, the "Dally Mall" said to-
~day


Farmers Seek

Price Increase


Trinidad Guardian Correspondent.
SAN FERNANDO, May 27.-Re-
solution that the price of farmers'
canes be $8.00 per ton instead of
the now guaranteed $5.50 was
atiseed at an annual meeting of
the Federation of Agricultural
Credit Societies held at the Town
Hall here today.
High cost of production was
given as reason for desired In-
crease.
Among other resolutions passed
one asks ttr>t Government adopt a
uniform wage rate for agricultural
workers; and another calls for a
new system of weighing and taking
canes at the various scales, so that
no carts would have to continue
remaining there unduly long.
Mr. R. 0. Williams, Acting
Director of Agriculture, presiding,
asked for prompt repayment of
loans as soon as the object for
which they had been granted were
etchieved. He told the Federation
that since 1939. 29 new societies
had been formed and funds avail-
able had been increasing.
Attending the meeting along
with Mr. Williams were Mr. Harold
Neil Fahey. Controller of Local
Production who gave a lecture on
food production; Mr. A. R. Stain-
forth who spoke on credit Socie-
ties: Mr. C. K. Hutchinson and
Dr. F. J. Pound.
BANK MEETING
Annual meeting of the Co-opera-
tive Bank will take place at 8.30
o'clock tonight at the Bank Hall,
Charlotte Street.


U.S .-Brazil

Night Flying

Facilities Up

Addition of another link in a
chain of night flying routes de-
sined to speed uo ansi provide
more commodious air transport ser-
vices in Latin America has been
announced by Pan American World
Airways, it ie officially reported
here.
Daily round-trip passenger
figlhts at night have been started
by Panair do Brasil, affiliate of
Pan American. between Rio de
Janeiro. capital of Brazil. and
that country's busy industrial city
of Sao Paulo, following the conm-
Dletion of lighting Installations.
The new service not only per-
mits more efficient utilisation of
wartime flight equipment of Pan-
air do Brasil. longest domestic
airline in the world, but also pro-
vides a quick connecting through
service to Sao Paulo for passen-
sers travelling on Pan American's
international trunk route from
Miami to Rio.
The new schedules Increase'
from 20 to 34 the number of Pan-
air flights each week between the
two most Important cities of Bra-
sil. These are in addition to 14 in-
ternational air services weekly be-
tween Rio and Buenos Aires which
stop at Sao Paulo en route.
Night flying Is now possible on
more than 1,300 miles of coastal
air routes in Brazil and over all
major portions of the following
Pan American Airways routes:-
Log Angeles to Mexico City. Miami
to Puerto Rico. and New Orleans
to Merida. Mexico.

City T.B. Housing

Undecided
Government, with whom rest
the final word with regard to re-
moval of tuberculosis patients from
the Port-of-Spain Colonial Hos-
pital to a building east of the
House of Refuge have not yet
taken a decision, the "Trinidad
Guardian" was authoritatively in-
formed yesterday.
The City Council's protest
against the removal of these pa-
tients to St. James has already
been lodged with Government,
It Is officially stated that use of
this building in St. James for
T.B. victims removed from the
hospital as recommended in the
Interim report of Dr. Stanton
Gilmour. who has been sent out
to the British West Indies by the
National Association for the Pre-
venlon Of Tuberculosis to advice
the various Governments on
programmes for tackling the tub-
erulosis problem, will speet up
aunching of the V.D. campaign.
Simultaneously this move will
facilitate treatment of early T.B.
cases at the hospital and afford
nurses much needed training In
this particular work which will
serve them in good stead when the
sanatorium at Caura starts to
function.
TEACHERSM TO
I To hear a statement m the sal-
ary question, assistant teachers
from the Colony's primary schools
will meet at St. John's Hall, Pem-
broke Street on Saturday, June 3,
at 9.30 a.m. At this general meet-
ing arrangements for the election
of officers and the appointment of
executive committee members of
1944-45 will be announced.


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Our Aquatic Sports will be held startle at 1AG a.mJ, followed
by a Cabaret. Amateur Boxing, and a 3*a"rbecue"--never to
be forgotten.


Enter for the Aquatic Sports NOW by calling 8078.
will be published on Saturday.


Improves Vitality

Enriches the Blood

Builds up theBody

For sufferers from Weak-
ness aniA lack of energy
and vitality, Bynin Amara
is the pmnect tonic and
restorative. It assists
Digestion, strengthemns
Impoverihed Blood, and
stimnulates the ctivities of
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STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS TO APRIL 30, 1944


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Food Growing

Drive Attracts

Big Audience
potinuing their. isad-wide
4riT to boet foo pnroductiom li
the Colony the o nt De-
puent has held three meetings
t at Sancre Ornds on ri.
sod, an at siparia d
i& fo Be~l ur" Wednesdayo
Fridy respctively, all of which at-
Irasted lame audleaces.
At the Sangre Grande meeting
Wd was held under the auspices
Ste e Orande District A&-
Society Mr. C. H. Von
DoDMe, pointing out to the .rther-
b t the rarin of animals was
SMeeary adjunct to the growth
g round provisions. advocated
that gcat keepers in Sangre
osnde and its i ediate environs
start a goat society, with the ob-
jed of not only increasing the
number of goats reared but milk
yield as we.
At Todd's Rcad, It is understood,
Mr. W. Andrew Rose. Food Con-
trol Technologist, stressed the im-
portance of increasing food output
at this particular period. Advising
gardener to concentrate on the
production of yams. a crop for E
which the district is famous, he
ted out that with agreement
between the sugar Manufacturers'
Assoclation and Food Control cane
farmers could now plant alternate a
truks in food crops such as sweet =
potatoes and corn. Such planting,
he said, If kept in a husband-like i
manner would not disqualify cane
farmers from enjoying Government
sutbsildy.
Questioned by a gtrdener as to I
whether land was available and |
Government had made arrange-
ments for granting loans to pea-
sants, Mr. Rose explained that 3
there were still about 200 acres of
the San Pablo Estate available for 3
rental, and that there existed a
Government sponsored Agricultural
Society from which Todds Road
gardeners could obtain loans on -
easy payments.
Last Saturday Mr. H. N. Fahey,
looal Food Production Officer andi
Mr. Rose also addressed the Fedc-
ration of Agricultural Credit Socie-
ties at the Town Hall, San Fer-
nando, on the invitation of the sec- E
rotary.
Other meetings will be held on
Wednesday this week ,tt Charlie
Village and on Thursdiy a. Cu-
muto.

Child Welfare
League Meet Today
Annual meeting of the Child
Welfare League will be held ,it 4.30
o'clock this afternoon at the -
Stephens Clinic Building. and will
be presided over by His Excellency
the Acting Governor, Hon. A. B.
Wright.
Subjects on the agenda lor the
afternoon's discussion include pre-
sentation of the annual report by
the president Dr. S. M. Laurence,
the adoption of the report. and
election of officers and committees
for 1944.
SOUTH NURSES TO MEET
Nurses of the San Fernando Col-
onial Hospital will hold their an-
nual sports, prize-giving, and cer-
tificate distribution at the hospital
on Saturday, June 3.
Dr. Norman Macleinniin,. Director
of Medical Services and Dr. E. J.
Sankerall. Deputy Director of
Sanitary Services, will attend the
function.


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PILES
There is no need for us to tell
you of the maddening Irritation,
the day and night torture caused
by pile trouble, We tell you that if
you only start using Man Zan at
once it will stop the terrible pain
soothe and completely heal blind or
bleeding piles. Read just these
two from a host of letters.
Mrs. A., Nuneaton, writes:-'"'o
over a yearu I offered with terrible burn-
ing piles. Fomentattlone and ointments
ave me only temporary rellef. Then I
eard of Mmn Zan. and decided to try
It. Now. In Ieas than three week, I am
completely eured of thisb dreadful co.m
plaint."
Mr.. J T.. Penrlth. says:-"Itohmig and
bleerdilng pile worried me for over two
yearn, and I could not obtain any relief.
I was recommended to try Man Zan. and
immedattely I found reti .. Now I am
quite free of the terrible aSgony."
Don't suffer longerr the nerve-
destroying, weakening misery of
pile trouble. Man Zan will most
surely give you Instant relief.
Sold in easy. deleta-to-se tubes
with special nozzle applicator, from
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AKBAR EXHIBITION


C,
This Is a general view of the Great Gateway of the
Mo *e In the city eof Fatehpur 811ri bit by Akbhr.


In 1569 a son was born to Akbor's Rajput wife, the
daughter of the Rajah of Jaipur, and in the following
dyeor a second son wos born, the child of another wife.
It was in commenmorotion of the birth of his sons at
Sikri that Akbor then designed to build a new capital.

The building was begun forthwith and carried on for about 14
ears. Moesue* and nalacem arose, schools and bathe and ardens,
-^T Iand a circus for Dlo and elephant flihts and a wall of red sandsten
built round the city.

Z After tVe conquest of Oujerat, the city was called iatohpr
(-8\ Sikrl. or the City of Victory. On the great portal of the MOms wM
the famous inaction "So said Jesus upon whbom be peace. m
world Is a bru Mass over Ut but build Do boum upso a."
IBuilding became Akbar's passion. and the city a
centre for the assemblage of architects and pati a-te snd cairaDa
/ *..=- c a POets. and musicians and philosoophers. After bea M t f u
J B Aintic culture. one of tb most brilliant cities of its t i
v world, it was to be abandoned bv its creator as suddenly m sI
Thirs wamtrf b een conceived and planned.
Oil Used xefn5
campmet l-an aid In esse. Akbar left It in 150, and save one brief vhisi ne U retmm.
cts wmpq_, Wi'Sm It was as Uf the words on the mortal of the Mocsm mNa n ~a ee
of Pale. and an h Ia labour of creation wre l tt kEGo cO a
yor funny ICtutdir*ftfc den
-Z drew.

(or coI ua eles, is W Sitn This Is one of the hundred Dictums to be hUlltAd at thW A*M
e dM emph @m lxhlbition. Visitors to this ExhibiLlon will see Jt .
=w&= 3M m ic w heew pa in colour somein DhalOgfvume. am I e toa
hfiw mrtso.
WMA&I f The four hundredth anniversary of the at
inLou"__& 1 "Lo ....
of i
is a Erlaftn f or the Trinidad amboe"Io

JANSM~


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2,349.8
2.230.00
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$492,43249


PAYMENTS:-
1 RAY. Benevolent Fund ........................
2 British Ret Cross Society ....................
3 St. Dunstau's for War Blitdad ................
4 King George's Fund for Sailors ................
5 Lord Mayor's A.R. Distress Fund ............
6 Trinidad Fighter and Bcmber Funds ..........
7 Air Raid Canteen Fund .....................
8 RAP. Hut Fune ................................
9 Deoendents Men H.M. Ships ..................
10 Aid to Russia Funri ..........................
11 Local Emerrency Fund .......................
12 British Prisoners of War Fund ...............
13 Emergency Care Organisation .................
14 M alta Relief Fund ........ ...................
14 B. & A. Merchant Navv Club .................
li; Entertainment B. & A. Naval Forces ..........
17 United Services Kntttlnp Assoc. ..............
18 Bristol Reconstruction Fund .................
19 WI. Committee War Services Fund ..........
20 Missions to Seamen ...........................
21 Wcmens' Voluntary Services .................
22 RAY. Transport Command ...................
23 HM.S. Goshawk and Benbow .................
24 M military Posts .......................... ........
25 Greek War Relief Fund ......................
26 Anti-Aircraft Welfare Organisatlon ...........
27 Shiowrecked Mariners Soietv .................
2A Roval Naval Benevolent Trust ................
29 Roval Naval Club .............................
30-Save the Children Fund ....... .............
31 Trinidadlans in Forces Leave Fund ...........
32 American War FuInds .... ......... .....
33 Overseas League Tobacco Fund ................
34 Queen Charlotte's Matrnitv HcSpP. ............
35 Memorial Tablets. H.M. Shins ................
.6 Ex-Services Welfare Society ..................
.17 Shinwrecked Survivors ........................
-M War Distressed Journalists ...................
39 Childrens' Hospital .............................
40 Fighting French ................................
41 Chinese Red Cross Society ....................
42 Anostleshlu of the Sea .......................
43 Girl Guides Relief iFund .....................
44 St. Augustine Convalescent Hcme .............
4 5 R .A.F. Cadets ........................ .......
46 Auxiliarv Territorial Services ..................
47 Navy League ................................ ...
4S R.C. Women's Canteen Fund ..................
49 Polish Relief Fund . ..........................
50 Trinidqd OvereRs Contingent
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WEDNESDAY. MAT Y1M 194.L

Advance In Italy Brings
SAllies Near To Rome

ROM seems destined to be the first
European capital to be freed from
Soccupatkm by the Allied armies of
it Is not yet three wNk
the w Allied offensive In Italy
began, but the main German defences
before omne have been smashed and the
Allied forces are within a short distance
of the Italian capital. Considering the
nature of the terrain and the reputed
strength of the German defences, Allied
'progress has been satisfactory, for our
forces are on the point of attaining two
Important objectives. General Mark
Clark, the commander of the Fifth
Army, has forecast that Rome will be
taken before many days, but there are
also good prospects that a large German
force will be trapped and destroyed.
When the bridgehead troops and the
Fifth Army linked last week, German
propaganda tried to minimise the Impor-
tance of the operations. But the quick
advance which the Allied forces have
made as a result, and the deterioration
of the enemy's position since then, give
the lie to the enemy's pretence. One of
-the alms of the new Allied offensive was
,to compel the enemy to throw more men
Into the battle with a view to their des-
truotion. This has been achieved already
o a large extent, but since the Allied
armtes broke the enemy's main defence
lines and forced his troops to fall back,
he has been compelled to call in several
divisions from his limited reserves in
Northern Italy, already depleted by the
need for counter-guerrilla activity.
Perhaps the most important achieve-
ment for the Allied forces so far is the
virtual cutting off of the last escape
route for the Germans being pushed back
on Rome. While it is true that the Ger-
mans are fighting back to relieve the
threat to one of the important highways,
the proximity of the Allies has already
made its use almost impossible. In the
circumstances it is probable that a bat-
tle of annihilation will soon be fought,
with the Allied forces trying to destroy
the large number of German troops still
retreating from the broken Gustav and
'Adolf Hitler positions.
It should not be long before the Al-
lies reach Rome, for there are no more
natural defences of which the enemy
could take advantage. The enemy's best
chance of fighting a pitched battle will
not come until he is north of Rome, but
he stands U little chance of ucceess as
*he did on the Gustav and Adolf Hitler
lines. It should soon be clear how sin-
cere the Germans are when they protest


ast t 1 wti to spae ome tr* m dee
I; we an t ra tey will u not
# p e fight brom wt, If *aey think V*as
wil M Way way help their military stu-
atoa. The turn of eveInte In Italy must
be a p1Ug problem to the German
SOO Command. for It raise the ques-
tion quieter they can afford to lose
such an Important part of their fortress
as Nortlrn Italy without making the
bet effort possible to hold it. To do that,
however, would involve the despatch of
rel i-rements badly needed elsewhere
in expectation of forthcoming assaults.
If the Germans could be compelled to do
this, their plight would be still more ob-
vious than it is today.


Experts Should Be Asked

About Airport Plans Here
THE letter we published last Sunday
about the projected Laventille air-
port will increase the uneasiness felt for
oome time over Government Intentions
there. Writing on May 21 about the
need for oo-ordinated post-war planning,
we asked whether the airport plans were
likely to be adequate, and if they had
been framed on the best advice. The
writer of last Sunday's letter virtually
answers these queries in the negative.
He urges revision of the specifications,
and recommends their submission to ex-
perts able to offer constructive criticism.
The official proposal mentioned in
the recent address by Mr. Grinnell to the
Chamber of Commerce is for a 10,000-
foot runway, to accommodate aircraft
up to 120,0001lbs. in weight with a land-
ing speed of 60 miles an hour. The Air
Ministry on the other hand is said to
have advised 11,000 feet as the minimum
length of new runways, and prudence
dictates that we should consider build-
ing ours ahead of that minimum with
an eye to future developments. Airplanes
weighing 120,0001bs. are already being
constructed, and if the Laventille airport
is not to become obsolete in a few years,
its carrying capacity as well as length
should be increased. A British West In-
dian Airways spokesman is reported to
have advocated provision for a gross
weight of 500,0001lbs. and a landing speed
of 120 miles an hour.
These are not the only problems dis-
cussed in the letter. The earnmess of
the Laventille hills to the airport Is con-
trary It seems, to accepted standards,
which call for a five-mile clearance
whereas only one mile is allowed at
Laventille. While Trinidad weather con-
ditions may make this safe, our corres-
pondent points to the need for consult-
ing expert opinion before a final decision
is made. And there are also test bor-
ings to be considered if reliable informa-
tion about the Laventille subsoil is to be
obtained. It is not clear whether these
have been undertaken or not.
If Trinidad is to be ready for post-
war opportunities in aviation, airport
planning must be done by experts and
hit-or-miss methods excluded. We have
had more than one instance in Trinidad
of Important enterprises being conceived
on too limited a scale and becoming out
of date almost as soon as they were comn-
pleted-the Central Water Supply
Scheme, for example. It will not do to
bungle the airport, and we hope the
Government will carefully reconsider
the position.


Experts Differ On Unified
Currency In Colonies
"Noa fter, "" MU M 610"d
In Movn thte1r ol0ttUn for th*
adoption ofa nij6 e dUm esti Our'
renay, you report o. aet m-
clal Secretary as savyinM ltie m:
"It has been sueste n SO
quaters that Xe adoption of a
unified current cy Trinidad bom -
trolled by a sing board might
have the effect of weakening our
currency In TrInIad owntglo the
fact that soie of the Colonies that
might come Into the scebme are
financially weaker than ourselves.
"That would be erroneous for the
reasm that the Oolonal curren-
cies are backed by the securities of
other Governments held in London
and therefore the security of the1
currency depends on the stability
of the British Empire."
If this Is the case, one Is tempted
to enquire why the Colonial Office
memorandum in suggesting a uni-
fled system of currency advanced
the argument that the reserves
held as cover could be aggregated
and the currency thereby strength-
ened?
It should also be remembered
that the 1923 Currency Comittee
which investigated and relemed the
proposal for a unified West :ndian
currency, had the followtnj obser-
vation to make on this aspect: -lt
is doubtful whether the separate
note guarantee funds of eacn indi-
vidual Colony would be sufficient
to meet the additional charges fall-
ing upon them by such extension
of the liabilities falling on them."'
Obvious&, this whole highly spe-
cialised subject is one for examina-
tion by experts; but the foregoing
would seem to indicate that there Is
considerable difference of opinion
among the experts on this point.
VERITA8.
Port-of-Spain.

Currency Debate Queried
The Editor. "Trinidad Guardlans
In the recent Legislative Coun-
cil debate on the currency ques-
tion, the statement was made
that the Colonial currencies are
backed by the securities of other
Governments, held in London and
that therefore the .curt) of the
currency depends on the stability
of the British Fmplre.
Surely, it would have been more
correct to say that the reserves
that are maintained are. in fact,
really maintained ultimately by
th". British Treasury, in conse-
quence of the precautions which
the British Treasury take to main-
tain the value of sterling In the
International market.
Our reserves are redeemable In
sterling and Aterling is ultimately
maintained by the pollce that is
)pted in Great Britain.
To say, because our reserves
comprise securities of other Gov-
ernments, that this makes the
security of our currency depend-
en+ on *he stability of the British
Empire, is to obscure the tasen-
tial underlying structure on which
our currency refts.
It is true that diversified In-
vestment of our reserves tends to-
wards greater security but these,
after all, are redeemable In ster-
ling and at best must be limited to
certain parts of the Empire.
OBSERVER.


Port-of-Ipain.

Food Rocket Exposed
The Editor. "Trinidad Guardian"
In spite of your campaign
against the black market in
the Colon,, the food racketeers of
Rio Clara don't seem to care any-
thing. Such shopkeepers are now
in their element; there Is a certain
clique system in vcgue here, and
that clique can get what they
want and as much as they want,
but the poor people who are not
the friends of this clique have to
catch catch can.
This Is a district where only a
certain class of people get a news-
paper to read, and many cf the poor
peasants around 'cclesville, Na-
vet, and Mayaro rmad don't know
anything about the regulations. So
when they So in to Rio Claro to do
their shopping, they pay any price
for the goods because they want
them and they cannot be had any-
where else.
Whenever goods arrive at the
shops of Rio Claro, it is a common
thing at nights after closing hours
to see boxes of goods conveyed
from the back of some shops to
certain homes.
Something should be done to
help us 1 re. I shall now quote
some of the prices we have to pay
for goods if we want a little bit;
rice 10 centa per lb. flour 10 cents
per lb., cooking oil ZO and 46 cents
per bottle; salted fish 36 cents
per lb., mrtk 34 cents per tin. and
all salted meats at high rates.
GEORGE B. LEZAMA.,
HAROLD CENTENO,
S MRS. PAULINE DE CRUZ.
Rio Claro


Mr. Gomes Supported
The Editor. *Trinidad Guardian."
As yet W.I.N. Party has offered
nothing substantial to justify Its
oppose= of T. A. Marryshow in
the forthcoming Grenada general
election. Instead, we find that
the party is to consider "weed/B-
out one of its dynamic vice-presi-
dents for "misconduct" In Grenada,
to wit: taking the platform there
against the party candidate, and
for denouncing he party as an
..illeg tmateoh d unreognised by
th parent body In Trinidad.
TUB a doaend non-
partisan view of the matter, one
n sht oberly ask: Why is the
WJN. Party fghting Marryshow?
Would and =,&the ,P.t's orota-
ionists be kind enou h to venture
an eaplanavtio
The party dere to "liquidates"
the most self-saftifielnx and er-
hape the most sincere politician in
the West Indies. If the party were
wel constituted and truly West
IndIan character., ana and pur-
pose, there should hae been repre-
sented an It Central Mxecutlve
heaet political talents of
=Colonies.
T wisdom of Grantlev Adams
and AlberIt Gomes has prompted
them to tke the platform for Mar-
ryshow for which Gomes doubtless-
win receive the dIstinction of be-
S t fr martyr of the party
shouldl foro the4113
ubl sympator the W.N.
farty should to withdraw until it
ha shown signs of stab & and
ha been re-constituted to be truly
and whole-hearttedl reprewtat:v
of Wet Indi% .


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SALE


Goermet


NOTICE


Offers an Invited for te WeUase of two Rustea *
Oil ngnes in good workincesditua.
These engines are offered tor s sot* bmuu t*
reflood b. eectc d*ftte n p-slant san hiWgy.g
They may be Inspected at thU Mlchanai. s Eakm.],"
(Locomotle) of the Trinidad Oovoumant aAlawayj'I- "
tWeen A M hours at 7 a.m. and 4.0 p.m. on any a ;
Saturday when Inspection is open from i a.m. itO
Ofters are to be sealed aind addressed to the oM..,.
TrinitAd Goirnment RaIlway.""-
TURMS: CASH. DLivery n sst8 Purchaser to M-
and transportation.


18th May, 1944.

Committee Member Outlines C0LONY OF THE
w v *,*LIsNYftO4 .THE


Unified Curren
In" repu"m to mmere f en-
*criss fhro reaom as to the
reases ude"ywag thM seuee I
of the ? and M system as ad-
vfcated by UMe TrIuled CMb-
ber ef Cmumerese, we e pUb-
Using keran -, the ind-
tery remarks of the OmembAr w of
the Spedal Curnoy Coamlttee
who succesosfufifr pted tae


Imtien threOgh the Chaber.
DUB to the unavoidable absence
of ir. HinX King. the convener oI
this committee, who Is on the point
ft leaving for the United Statsm, I
have been asked to move the adopt-
ion of the report by the special
committee appointed to consider
the memorandum on the subject of
a central authority to control West
Indiaso currency.
The report in question has been
circulated to members of the
Chamber Who have doubtless pe-
rused its conter.,s carefully, and I
sincerely hope that it will meet with
the unanimous approval of all pre-
sent.
Your committee have followed
along the lines laid down in Lon-
don in July, 1939 at the 15th Con-
gress of the Federation of Cham-
bers of Commerce and at which
this Chamber was represented by
Mr. J. Gordon Miller and Lt. Col.
Roy Aiston, in addition to which
The West Indies was well represen-
ted with delegates from Barbados,
British Guiana, Jamaica and An-
tigua.
At the Congress the following re-
solution was unanimously carried:
"In view of the wide-spread recog-
nition of the merits of decimal coin-
age which is now employed by all
countries outside and by some inside
the British Commonwealth of Na-
tions-The Federation of Chambers
of Commerce of the British Emnpire
recommend that in consultant with
the Governments of other partV4 of
the Empire, His Majesty's Govern-
ment in the United Kingdom should
set up an appropriate enquiry
method of decimalsing the British
coinage."
Unfortunately, the war Inter-
vened shorty afterwards and every-
thing not directly connected with
the war effort has had to stand
aside in the interval. The position
is today somewhat different to
those dark days In 1939 and 1940
and Great Britain is now actively
Investigating, a wide variety of
post-war problems, not the least
being the matter which we have
under consideration.
That the subject of currency
investigation at the moment by
Britain is not confined to The
West Indies, is, I think, confirmed
by an article which I read In a
British WeeRly recently which in a
rather lengthy statement in support
of the decimal pound said among
other things "Those who favour
the system, and they are a growing
influential body, are pressing the
Prime Minister to set up an expert
committee to consider the propo-
sition."


Comprehensive
Plan
It sto for this reason that your
committee, while agreeing In prin-
iple with a Unfed West Indisa
currency on the Decimal System
with a decimal relationship to the
Pound Sterlina have felt it advi-
sable at this Important Juncture In
world affairs to throw out the sug-
gestion of an even more compre-
hensive proposal which would, if
adopted, embody the bulk of the
British Empire and Commonwealth,
with possible exception of Canada
and India.
Over whelmine evidence Is not
lacking that decimalisation of Bri-
tish coinage would be welcomed
throughout the Commonwealth. In
South Africa a Finance Minister in
a recent Government had a Bill
prepared for the introduction of a
decimal coinage throughout the
Union.
In Australia a Royal Commission
which sat Just before the war to
enquire into monetary and banking
system reported: :'Ioo little atten-
tim his been given in the past to
denomination and forms of our
token coinage. In our view, the
division of the pound into 20/-
each of 12d. Is antiquated. Modern
currencies are based upoei the bedl.
mal System which has peagrt advan-
tages. etc., etc." And proceeded at
further length to extol the Iadvan-
taSges of the Decimal System.
Turning to Pew Zalad, the fol-
lowing resolution was pvivff by the
Associated ohafber of Qommeree
of New Zealand in IN1. "That this
conference being of opinion that a
Decimal Currency would materially
facilitate trade and ommnte re-
commends Government to consider
the early adoption of such a cur-
rency.."
In tho lght of these presing re-
presentations by such tortant
sections of British aWi Dominion
public opinion. Including Commis-
lons appointed by Government. it
is unlikely that a bec Ourrecy
for Britain can be much kmger
delayed.
In re-affirming--as I hope It wil
do-this Chamber's ddtaolun s sup-
port a Unifod Xaphts "uoyad
Incidentally a Uned
Currency. thi k members ea le
sure that tha rey m etIng x -
cord with trnsi tN20
tIng on moarM A Wu 471
laid down by the fa5 i
Empire.
keen liteleso ina3U WAW atof
WiT ated D aliconee s sv an
the A steraing amd X W vnN fat


I



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k

I


MAS


ernment
:hool,
In.


'MENT
V3R or MIS-
Immedlately to
ice up to the
abridge Univer-
te and London

a Government-
ry School rer
who qualify for
ective entrance
eure about 80
ns and the roll
* are no board-
I are provided.
d staff teachers
iertake work In
and aLtltty to
ning will be
lon.
ME has been a
culum for some
no laboratory or
iacher appointed
of undertaking
the equipment
ctlon of a Ia-
Ictical teaching

vlll be made In
n a two-year
renewal at the
The post may
t and pension-
teacher. The
t subject to in-
rlng per, annu
107.. Cost of
ided.
APPLICATION
at once to the
should be accom-
ial photograph,
Is and/or rimes
didates should
i education, de-
ma or certificate
rience. Mention
4 of any special
activities and
can be offered.
RTIFICATE will
he appointment

M.Sc., F.L.S.,
Headmaster.
High School,
es,




Talk


icy Proposals BAHA]
pay tribute to those West Indiana
who have In the past worked to
this end; I m particularly think- The Goe
ing of 5ir Ivan Dayvson and the late e vO
Mr. T. Geddes Grant and Mr. Hih S
George Grll, who were delegates High S
appointed by this Chamber to at- Naes
tend a conference of the British
Decimal Association as far back as

System APPOINT
Aceptable
In suggesting the Pound and MUil ASSISTANT MA,
System, we do so because there is TRIBS required I
overwhelming evidence that this is teach General Sclei
pra ceJy the only system which standard of the Can
would be accepted to Great Britain. sialty School Certiflca
A Royal Commission which Investi- M. trIculation.
sted the matter in 1018 reported THE SCHOOL is
that they found the preservation of i
the I or Sovereign of paramount maintied Seconda
importance and in consequence, re- pupils of agest 11-18
Jec -11admission by a sele
notedd all except the and Mil Sys- e ision
texamiation. There
It declared against Its adoption pupilsIn three For
however for several reasons, one is increasing. There
of which was the dislocation era and no quarter
which the withdrawal of the ld. In a school of limit
would cause in rail and tram fares are required to und
and slot machines. additional subjects
teach Physical Trail
These last objections can be stron recommendalr
easily discounted by the fact that recommend
shortly afterwards when the London GENERAL sCiENi
Underground Increased its fares to subject on the curri,
lid., the penny-in-the slot machines years but there is n
were converted to take lid. In a apparatus. The tei
little over a week-end, should be capable
There was at this time a very the responsibility of
strong minority report In favour of and efficient condu
the and Mil scheme, one of the bor,ttory for the pr
signatories being Mr. McKenna, of the subject.
formerly Chancellor of the Ex-
chequer and Chairman of the Lon- APPOINTMENT ,
don Joint City and Midland Bank. the first instance o.
LikeT 'se, the Institute of Bank- contract subject to
ers In London have a resolution end of that period.
standing in their name which be made permanent
reads: "That no Decimal System of able for a suitable
Coinage which is not based on the salary, which is not
Sterling can possibly be accepted come tax, is 350 stein
by the Bankers of this country." plus War Bonus of
The Institute then proceeded to :viwage will be prove
recommend the division of the
Sterling into 1,000 part and ILETBRS OF
pointed out that there was no real should be forwarded
objection to the three places of Head Master and sh
decimals "because the extra fli- pantied by person
mure to the right of the copies of testimonial
decimal point Is compensated by of referees. Cam
one digit less to the left of the state age details of
point." confirmed free, teaching diplon
This was confirmed by a commit- ind teaching expert
tee on commercial and industrial should also be made
policy after the last war, presided qualifications, and
over by Lord Balfour, who, in ex- other subjects which
smin the Bankers' report already A M DICAL CDr
referred to stated: "That we are IC- ER
strongly In agreement with the opin- be required before t.
ion expressed in the report of the coU finally be made
Committee of the Institute of Bank- D SEG
era that no Decimal System of Coin- A. DEWS PEGGSA
age which is not based on the Pound
Sterling can possible be accepted." The Government
They further pointed out that It Nassau, Bahamas,
is essential to the foreign exchange British West indlei
of the United Kingdom that the 7th April, 1944.
Pound Sterling should remain not
merely the essential Unit of Value
but also the Unit of Account. On
these grounds they rejected the pro-
posals of the Decimal Association
and the Federated Chamber of Com- Careless
merce which at that time advocated
that while the essential unit of value
should be the pound sterling, the
unit of account should be the
florin. Costs Li
The history of this long overdue
reform shows that in the past while
there was very little opposition. Its
advocates heretofore defeated them-
selves by failure to agree on the Don
method of secM r teg r objective. D
New Ideas
InUtrodueed
When Great Britain took over
the administration of Palestine tn- CA IMBRID
der the League of Nations Mandate,
an opportunity was afforded for the
introduction of the latest ideas in The entry form
modernm currency and the Pound held here next Dec
and Mil System was selected. The lor in writing to v
Palestinian Pound is equal to the tons, Post Office B
Pound Sterling but is divided Into a The entry form
Thousand M1l as in the scheme bist at latest and
which w propose, and this system and an acknowledge
in Palestine has worked very sat- Universi
Isfactorlly since its inception. niver
The committee which enquired
intoe the question of a unified West Local F
Indian Currency in 1923 reported For es
that they did not see their way to hs for a,2
recommend such action In view of These fees sho.
the fact that It was then Impossible a Warden's Office.
for Great Britain to absorb the T1- 1943 results
British silver now current in the candidates should i
West Indian Colonies and further
that due to the rate of wear and
Son the coin coupled with the
of alVer, then 2/8d. per os., it
would Impose a charge on the Brit- A T
Ish taxpayer of approximately half GUARANT
a million sterling.
The pn lton today Is very much
woe In that Britain has required
to mint such additional coinage to The orillal u
a er of the large number of ceases to be effective
w ikwemloedlnmunitlons and therefore now given
urea war Itn W, not to men-
den the wages required to be paid Locally grown c
to Nvm millionM of British and l. quantities and at n,
led. soldiers now stationed in the good sound clean 11
tlted 0i nh. Control Marketing
eV Wst ndies In turn have re- Clar,. Sanpe Gran
as soOks f s"ivr etiated by July. 194."ad 20th
Sto ba between two to three eni or specl
Wa lira15 when the Special
fi i g ure~ was lacedbetween tc nepeiof t
2 t one and a half millon. The
last quotation which i have for s.- 5ic5%n
umws in 131 when the pr ice'1 Blac 3
ed fter rteuction to Corn, 4
ThIs fr thler Important ar- T ]
B t of tee pound and 2
f jue --- ,-I ire .,d, as ,.
g~~fflggOPO J WiXould !"
'HBicut~sttoo of silver PIAtonte


Se^5tie r noma wore,11 ever Marketing Depots ft


1~ ~ ~~USft Std Iii w C1' tKri(


Talk


--'I


J. L. Adaun
General Managr of


Report On
Production, lad
'1944..,,1


Rubber p ctlon f,
four months I go1
exceeded that for the
in 141. Durui MareS
a number of Hewea m
tapping as their trees
and most of them ha 5S
omnmence again ealy i
the County of at.
Agricultural Auta
suaded several more aing
to tap their trees.
Mr. 1. Raphael,. A U
distant for St. Oe
temporarily placed
betr work. Dem
new method of tapft-
trees Were given erlyto
Santa Cruz and Diego
10 days in the mona
tapping "school" was -.
Richmond Estate, ToheJ
men were trained to
trees. Arrangements he
made to open Iamfllat
Trinidad: the first ath
state. Arlma, and ot i
Tabaqulte. Rio ClaMro p
etc., wherever there mi
concentrations of Oartle '
Persons desirous of
method are Invited to
owners of estates with
are asked to send a
period of a week.
pupils can alreAdy cll
become quite profeciet
tapping In a few days..
for the schools Is beitt
the U.S. Rubber DevOilS
poratlon.


NOTICE


Education D'
ment


There will be four 04
Free Studentships at
College of Tropical A
available in October aqt
ence will be given t .4
who have taken the OWE
in the Higher School a
Science subjects in
Certificate Examinat&t". .
A studentship Is BB01
minated at the endI
term if the student's
below the standard
A minimum grant, taWI
tenance, of $28800 pe0
be payable to swte
This sum may be lW
maximum of M pir0 I
special circumstanceSL
Applications stating SI
cations, and particulrtJ
or colleges attended,
copies of two recent
should reach the D s
cation not later than I


R..F
Director i


and May. 1944.


fE LOCAL EXAMA A1B
ns for the School Oertlflate I"
ember have been received. They
ir. W. D Inniss, Secretary for .x
ox 136, Port-of-Spaln. y
ms should be returned to the SeWW,
should oe aoani'ed by a rec i
ment should be received. Fees ar
Ity Fee-Full Certificate .... *
Supplementary Certificate 1
English Language only ..
Fee ...................... 5 y
ch oral examination ...... $ 3 ,.
ald be paid into the Treasury, S.*,W
are expected about the middle of SM)
wait results before re-entering. M :
Director of l^!


EE TO PURCHASE CW
FOOD CROPS
uarantee to buy certain locally g= -.
e at the end of June 194 and a nw
u follows:- ,,
rope a-listed below will be purchb9Je
it lessthan the prices stated if
narketabe contiltion at one of th
Depots, namely, Port-ot-PSalin3so
ade. Artma, Tunspons or o 'yfi
June. IM. Thefe crops .will Alsobe
arrangement at sub-depots sltiNMW
a OouStal getmner port will be S AWS
he eot of ried transport.
P dry shelled..............
ye Pas dry heed...... ........
shelled................. ,
...... ........
Potatoes ....*.*.*.*...*.*.** ..





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rer Wave Makes Nazis

SUp On Secret Service


MFy 30 (Uter) A wyat of spy fever tis sweeping
W gut In a Oerma u nio rnM OO from the orai.l
p tO the general," writes Lieut.-Colonel Von Ro hcehedl
to how th le4t -
Wuinhli t O-01 rv0 is ewppea
9 AlhMies Threat

"Wh 07 aeaTo Holy City
,iUwaIU Increases
it worked Inoj our ^ y w
P divided ifto four
Swho sy thde (CONTINUED FROM PAGO 11
and the p eto The enemy, realang wit:' deb-
j so jth nation his p t, is Widwin to-
25 5 en wardy the ot with allspeed whLil
0 0u ntU- f=ghtin rearguard' actions on this
Eastern sctor of the front. A far
bitn d Peront picture Is to the west
nt~JSnw hrem hlreh isthrowinga everything into
= aSl mmflfs the steel fortlflestBons iln the Al-
i tey a lre d ban hills and the coastal lowlands
cales5s talk." le' na final furious defence of Rome
s0 bY Itsi le aes then 0 miles away.
iiSo aon their Breaking out on the left flank
LndfOfP of the old. beachhea4 front, the
kSDWd for enemy Britih occupied the lateral road
S last few days oest of Carroceto near where Apri-
News Agency Us fell yesterday.
lf detailed ex-a.f" To the northwest In the vicinity
ent workers iMust of Lanuvila, Velletri, and Valmon-
pl dPedSSobu tone where a large part of the
Sand photos about Gusting Panzer paratroops are now
Ay producing have In line, United States troops beat
ad in the Press. off crushing tank counter-attacks,
T running into bitter opposition.
a of a 8t-year-old 80 ar. 5 00 of the nearly 12,000
was sentenced to prisoners captured by the Fifth
of a blaS eles u s re Ari in the 29-day offensive have
g armament secrets, been taken On this sector.
os ionlty, and It was announced today that a
able intention, has corps of, the Italian Liberation
l0 pub'. t Army formed from regular units of
W. "M Chat. t hh the Italian Army. placed at the dig-


I were not taken
by the people. This
Sthe foUllowing story,
Swiss newspapers,
t last winter the
the walls of Berlin
.'bg towns with posters,
hge, dark, fleeting sha-
|iand a question mark.
which appeared
Sposter one week later
ay is lUStenn..
who ta is," people
gto t mysterious
Is the man who has
with our retaliation


y Dominates


p May 30 (AP).-EIr
In a General Election
y which prevailed
campaign oontln
eve yesterday witt
conceded with tht
Whit Monday.
-dences have beer
those of De Valira
the election where
awas beaten on thg
In the Dall. Th
is bidding for ,
t hi l party in the Dal
Sbutt restricted transport
| pirl disinterest are
Seft down the vote.


Hi Urges
16Force
May 30 (AP) -
Einrt tein, address-
Ial Wartime Confer.
P 1 It was urgently
Intellectual workers to
gkht for the establish-
g as-national political
tl|ai~on Against fresh
A firm InltiaUve to es-
MIoal security exists
loitty of people, the
rnment
over t ult; but
in the majority Is
that there is no
.of permanency in
WtProphem like the pre-


rPlane Saves
) Youngster
May 0 (AP) -Within
rsoelvint a distress
l. on a P. lae
_AUoreS land to an-
R, ann armn and saved
as-year-Old Jose Homen
P'^7epect the neutrall-
md of Calheta where
mth e plane landed on
H athe three-mile zone.
rowed out and picked
JogS s now we"

4Move To Train
,,vants


tAP) Ra.
I said today
mmittee was
egt to train
icipal admin-
Rke over the


C
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Allied Forces Astride
Approaches To Rome
ALLIED HEADQUARTERS,
NAPLES, May 30 (Reuter)-
Lieut.-General Mark Clark.
Fifth Army commander, said
today that Allied forces are
astride now on the approaches
to Rome and he was confident
that before many days they
will have freed this, the first
of the European capitals.
Mr. Peter Fraser, New Zea-
land Prime Minister, who Is
now In Italy after the Com-
monwealth conferences in Lon-
don. is getting a first hand
picture of the situation there
from General Sir Bernard
Freyburg and his staff. He has
been to the Cassino and other
battlefields where the New
Zealand Division helped to make
history.


Ipal of the Allied Commander by
C Marshal Badogljo, has been in the
line in the last two months. In
n' the current offensive, It held panr
I, of the front of the Eighth Army
n flank and during the last few days
* captured the town of Picinisco
10% miles north of Cassino.
19 LE VEHICLES USED
t Pressure on Highway Six, Via
e Ceslina, from the two and a hall
mile stretch from Artena to Val.
montone is now so great and Al-
lied artillery fire so fierce, the
enemy has been forced to cut down
the number of vehicles using the
artery. The result now is that hi
has to use secondary roads.
Luftwaffe activities have alsc
been. cut considerably and only 30
'planes were over the front for the
week ending May 29. Four of these
were shot down and two damaged
rin the attack.
At the same time, prisoners re-
port that most casualties in the
last few days were the result of
infantry fire so vicious that the
enemy now describes It as "Indian
tactics."
(The air forces are giving
magnificent support to the ground
troops and they are going on
strafing and smashing up the
enemy's transport from the bat-
tle front to far up in the hills,
Reuter reports. In a long range
offensive, R.A.F. Wellingtons last
night found a new target, a re-
cently-built German airfield In
the Vienna area and they did
full justice to the nearest).
Nazis See Early
Capture Of Rome
LONDON, May 30 (AP) The
Germans tonight said Rome is In
peril of rly oAtMe by the Allied
0steamrooer of tr Noc weight," and
Field Marshal Albert Kesaseiring's
armies are menaced by possible Al-
lied leap-frog landings in the rear.
"The enemy stands at the gates
of Rome,"', said correspondent Retin-
hare, Albrecht's despatch broadcast
by D.N.B. "Meanwhile, the possi-
bility of a great outflanking man-
oeuvre by leap-frog landings from
the sea remains a constant danger
which may at any time call for ra-
dically new decisions."
Trans-Ocean's Walter Seldlitz
said: "The thunder of guns are
heard in Rome as never before."
And Cairo Radio described the
Eternal City as a "town of rumours
where mass arrests are taking place
and the Gestapo reigns as sole
master."
Another Trans-Ocean report said
Vatican City has closed all its
gates and doubled the Swiss Guards.


I ROCKERS

CHAIRS

CANVAS FOLDING CHAIR!


PN.Oe

: .*6.Ml


LER'S


*


Intr-Allied Romance


Staff Sgt. Charles J. Kaws (left), of 15 St. Marks Ave., Brooklyn,
N.Y., wuas an amusements manager at the New York Werd's Fair,
where.he mst Pipe majorr Edith Turnbull, new senior officer of the
Dagrenham Girl Pipers In Britain, and she was then In the Fairs
"Merrie England Village., The romance that developed then has
now emanated In their engagement, announced in England, where
both are on duty, They are shown In London. '(AP photo)


U.S. 'Planes

Hit Europe

Mighty Blow
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 11
It was announced that in the past
ten days the Allied Expeditionary
Air Force has flown more than
25.000 sorties against the commu-
nications network supplying the
Nazi armies in northwestern Eu-
rope.
The Air Ministry stated that un-
der the direction of Air Marshal Sir
Trafford Leigh Mallory, the fliers
were concerned primarily with dis-
rupting transportation facilities in
advance of the Invasion.
TRANSPORT DISLOCATED


f A survey of the campaign shows
considerable dislocation of the
transport system. Pilots reported
that damage to first class highways
Swas so serious, heavy motor traffic
e has been shifted to secondary roads
e and in some cases third class roads
The transport system near Ami-
ens, Creil, Liege, Mona and Tours
all heavily hit is now disloca-
ted. The Le Havre-Paris road 1s
ruined by bridge demolitions. The
Brussels, Calais, Abbeville and
Lille routes are similarly affected.
The German radio announced to-
night that Allied 'planes were "on
their way to western Germany"
and Budapest and other Balkan
radios left the air suggesting that
the combined assaults continued
into the night.
(R.A.F. Mosquito bombers last
night attacked German indus-
tries In Hamburg and also at-
tacked other targets in western
Germany. Nearer home on the
French coast there was more
mine-laying at sea. Not one
aircraft was lost).
U.S. Not Satisfied With
Spain's Trade With Nazis
WASHINGTON, May 30 (AP) -
Mr. Roosevelt told a Press confer-
ence today that there is essentially
no change In the United States' re-
latmons with Spain, but the Umalted
States were working along day to
dayv on the subject. He said he did
not want anyone to make an Inter-
national incident of what he said,
and added that he did not think
any one was satisfied with relations
as they now are.
Mr. Roosevelt pointed out that
Spain had been shipping quite a
lot of supplies to Germany and aL
certain amount of these shipments
had been cut down, but in his
Judgment, the shipments had not
been reduced enough yet.
AMBASSADOR RETURNS
LONDON, May 30 (Reuter).-
Mr. John Winant. the United
States Ambassador to Britain. re-
turned here by air today after a
visit to Washington. He has had
talks with both President Roose-
velt and ,Mr. Cordell Hull.

SPROSTONS
LIMITED
Acting n behalf of t.
wahirdy of War Trvampet
Genseal Oarge IRomer -
V 3nlmh Guiana.
For further ,artieolaa Am"
eontaet
ROITONI, Lunraw
8 U t Vineont West.
Taaha ASS a SMaL
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Nazis Ban Travel
To The Frisians
NEW YORK. May 30 (AP) -
A Britibh broadcast recorded by
C.B.S. said that Germany has
prohibited passenger travel to
the northern Frislan Islands
lying off the west coast of Ger-
many just below Denmark and
on a route which German propa-
gandists have been guessing one
Invasion thrust would come.


Turk-German

Pact Hinted
LONDON, May 30 (Reuter) -
The German Foreign Office spokes-
man said today, according to tne
German Trans-Ocean News Agcnc.,
that negotiations are at present
proceeding regarding a renewal of
the German-Turkish trade agree-
ment. The spokesman did not re-
ply to a question as to whether a
German trade delegation was now
in Turkey to conduct these nego-
tiations. The report added: "The
discussion at a Press conference
conveyed'the impression that what
Is under consideration is not a
completely new agreement, but ra-
ther a renewal of the former pact
with possible modifications."


2 Gestapo Men
Flee To Sweden
LONDON. May 30 (Reuter) -
Two uniformed German SS. men,
members of Himmnler's special po-
lice organisation have been Intern-
ed in Sweden after escaping from
Norway. A Stockholm message
quotes them as saying they were
tired of everything In Norway.
Another report from Stockholm
says that 13 Dutch seamen have
escaped from a Oern~an convoy
passing through the Kattegat
tati a nINs way to Norway. They
selad some amall boats and one
boatload ot them reached a Swedish
port Just ahead of the pursuing
Germans. All I$ have been in-
terned in Sweden.

BIGGEST JAP DRIVE
CHUNGKING, M'ay 30 (Reuter)
-A military spokesman said to-
night that the new Japanese drive
Into the rice bowl province of Hu-
nan In southeast China was the
biggest offensive the enemy had
vet launched in that area. The
main centre of the fighting ap-
pears to be around Lake Tung-
ting. Chinese and American air-
craft have been giving active sup-
port to the Chinese ground forces.


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when AwrcanQ all over the world paid tribute to the memory o4
thoaw who have given their IveM for their country.I
*-4 In London, wreath were laid by
M r. Wiliam Curtis, commander o
,W nL A the L"d"on Post No. 1 of the Ame-
Junta Takes Stauin Psment ,qareby
~ r-Oen.'al PAu3, bdy
O ver C control Emasat a r ft^r s, '
SWilo naval % atalhe, on beh
In Ecuador an."=1womenfir
In Ec adorand the American Women's
corps.
B) -_ Lieut.-Ocea" Sir Kenneth An-
QUmITO, May 30 (AP).- ve. dei, Generial Officer Commaud-
ment junta composed of members ng t s Command, laid a
of all turtles exceptt the Liber"l wreath on.behalf of the Britsh
and ]adI~ctI assumed tod CO rts
peninz the rwU(, Po todae Army at the American military
pni earrival"fSenorJo cemetyIn Cambridgeshire today.
)dara Velasco Ibo-ra, who Is cx. Aa Order of the Day from Gen-
pected to reach the capibil late oral IMahewer said8 "We of the
today. A reception to planned at Mited o less mut lie and work
the airport for Senor Ibarra, who tomther without regard to r:e or
Ios reported to be enroute from naltmality. qeed or service, unl-
Colombia. This junta declared in forms or ran. Supported by our
a proclamation "it has been re- homelands, we must fight on. aide
solved to establish a Government by ide, relentlessly, at sea, on
which responds to the aspirations land and in the air, so that we
incarnated in the person of VeOl- shall win together a better world,
co Ibarra." adding that for the secure and free, everywhere."
time being there would be no 8SBVICE AT ST. MARGARET'S
changes In Government personnel In the absence of Mr. John 0.
nor in the functioning of public Wina.t, the American Ambassador.
offices. The Junt,% said they would Mr. Howard Bucknell. Counsellor
surrender power to Velasco Ibarra of the American Embassy read the
on his arrival. The same source lesson at the memorial service held
said, however, it was still planned at St. Mgararet, Westminster, tfor
to hold democratic elections to pick the men a the United States
a successor to Arroyo Del Rio Army, Navy and Marine Corps, who
These would be held schedulRo lie buried in the British Isles. Canon
on June 2 and b s .. C. Don, Rector of St. Margaret's,
A general strike In Ecuador or- conducted the service and the Rev.
S general strike In Ecuador E lliott, Precentor of the
ganisations which started yester- Chapel Royal, read the address:
day in order to force the resignas- "It would be unfavourable at this
tion of Arroyo Del Rio, terminated moment that men of all nations
at noon. fighting together in Italy for free-
A mass meeting, with an attend- dom and decency, would ever allow
ance of 50,000 persons, cheered themselves to be separated by the
Velasco Ibarra. The situation was problems of peace," said R *- El-
descr.ibed as normalizingg" with re- liott. "If men can fight together.
ports being received from the pro- surely they can live together in one
vinces that all garrisons were great family of brothers throughout
pledging support to the provisional the world?"
Government. Mr. Bucknell afterwards placed a
wreath on the tomb of the Un-
U.S. State Department known Warrior in Westminister
Awaits Official Report Abbey.
WASHINGTON, May 30 (AP)- Public Holiday
The State Department is awaiting Throughout U.S.
official report from Robert Scotten,
United Stltes Ambassador to Ecua-
dor, to determine exactly the de- NEW YORK, May m0 (API-
tailsof tle uprising in that coun- Today is a public holiday through-
try, which precipitated the re- out the United States. Memorial or
signation of President Arroyo Del Decoration Day on which the dead
Rio and his Cabinet last night. of all the United States are hon-
Mr. Cordell Hull said it was l- oured in local national ceremonies.
ways unsafe to comment on re-
ported conditions for often events Fifth Army Hlonours
do not turn out as reported. Dead At U.S. Cemetery
Diplomatic officials expressed the
opinion that the Ecuadorean ris- ANZIO, May 30 (AP).-Fifthl
ing was t local affair, although Army honoured its dead in mem-
they cited Mr. Hull's stand that or",l day services at an American
official information from Quitowas cemetery as guns in the battle for
needed before events can be studleo Rome roared a few miles away.
and judged in their proper light General Mark Clark said: "We
They also pointed out that under stand on the threshold of Rome.
the resolution of the Inter-Amern- Before n',ny days have passed we
can Committee for political defence should have freed this, first of
of the hemisphere, all American European capitals, from Nazi dom..
nations will exchange Information Inatlon."
on the revolution. Thus it may be ______
some time before recogntiion will
be extended to the .new Govern- Honduras To Send
ment.,odrs oSn
Observers, however, pointed out
that both Miguel Angel Alborno,,, W workers To U.S.
who was a Liberal candidate in
elections now postponed by revolt, WASHINGTON, May 27 tAP) -
and ex-President Velasco Ibarra, A thousand or more lumber w.rk-
who was backed by the Revolution- ers from British Honduras are ex-
ists, both supported the continued pected to arrive in the United
hemispheric co-operation. States by tWe end of the month as
First proclazrtion issued by a the first contingent of a new la-
mnixed junta, was interpreted here hour army the War Manpower
is open hostility to the recent Pe- Commission Is endeavouring to re-
iuvlan-Ecuadorean boundary set- cruit in Venezuela, Newfoundland,
Element which may have figured Nicaragua. El Salvador, Mexico and
n the overthrow of the Arroyo Costa Rica.
Del Rio Government However. A total of 10,000 workers is ex-
observers pointed tl-',tt Velasco Pected under s$ t1,300,000 appropria-
barra in a statement from Colom- ion approved earlier in the year
)la, said he would support the after authorizing the importation
boundaryh accord of labour from various hemisphere
unary accor. nations for industries and services
-- -" -- essential to the preservation and
apa M T marketing of agricultural products,
apt in M assey Including the timber and lumber
industry.
tritd The wax Manpower Commis-
Repatriat slon asked Congress to broaden
LONDON, May 30 (Reuter) that authority to permit the im-
aptain Lionel Massey, 8-year-old portation of workers for any in-
red-headed son of Mr. Vincent dustries or services essential to the
dassev, High Commissioner for war effort, the workers t come
;anada, Is now in hospital In Bri- rm .ed acs Possessed by the
ain afer being repatrated with i'nlted States.
other war prisoners from Germay. Last winter Congress declined an
[ Lather Is expecting him in Lon- appropriation for the Importation
Ion this e vening. and has added a of Puerto Rican and Virgin Islands
SS bb hs ltsIn the fashoabe laur -X Commiuion, renew
orchester Hotel wicth iS now te ~i~"Wt the House Aproprta-
ommissuer'o eLondon home. tons Committee, aserted that the
Captain Massey was captured largest pool of unemployed work-
uring the Greek campaign, where ers, both skilled and unskilled in
ie received a leg wound. He can this hemisphere was found in those'
ow walk without crutches but still islands. "Thousands of Puerto Ri-
eeds a stick. The Germans took cans are very anxious to come to
[im to a camp In Bavaria from this country to help us in our ef-
vhere a number of escape attempts fort. Their services are badly need-
vere made. but he would not say ed for war industries."
nythinff about them leas he com-* ____ _
promise any of hi comrades left
ehind.__________ TRAIN DERAILED
IUSBAND GETS DECREE The mid-day passenger train
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Tincent Brown at the Second to derailment of the goods train
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milan barrtanet thamoer .~ 'u~ o l
idtht, a gueoat ars.t and Mr. J. Donald Oresw, o .
Indicate a apacitr house foar Ur. A11 ,la t
before leavlg the Coker for tuy o . 6
turned awy the wfrst Mcoaet because Mtb "20 1d
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CABL from London announcing the death o Mna. s athevrie
Bel, wife of tMr. Archibald B.lL fortner Director Mof Publy OtB
Mina,MSs Was received a day or two ago by Mr. Arthur WW,.
Wem MAaION FARVAN. Miss Daphne Fir illUlam and Mise Jsa
Ypeaku arranged a shower last Thursday for MIS Rita Rostant
the daughter ofMir. and Mrs. Ddo Rotn. wostie narrier to Mr.
J.bnny Linder took place on Monday morning. S se pPreented
,,t a RicheUeu breakfast cloth. alx napkins. and a cheque.
Among those invited were Mrs. Dido Rostant,. Mss Lue AMnd
OfsTuase Rostant, Miss Leah and UMis Leah OontalaHs rein ;
s P. .Aa.yn, Mrs. Gait, Mrs. ittwrlliam a"d Miss Molly swirl.
a m.. Mis Betty Thompson. Mile Marion Ange oFafath MIN bsA
t, MinwMasteM HaresMis AUiX and Mists Claire Qutiel. Mr.
He toward. Mis Sheila. Miss Moyra. Mis Jocelyn, Mist Pam sad
pat Pantin, a Miss Liain and Mim Christine Farmer. Miss Lucia
aml. ith andMi W Odile do Verteull.
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NO dMERCHANT Navy Club wishes to thp n the management Ct
"Br a leat restaurant anid orchestra for the excellent per-
andce which they ave girati n the occasion of the merchant
kAvy oTficnrs dance las1 Thursday evening.
0 0
A CAEBLEGRAM from tine British Air Ministry wa received by Mr.
nd Mrs.* Dickson Fraser last Sunday containing the Shad news of
the death of their son. Flying Offcer Alexander Dlgety FraW
ISandy) In a flying accident somewhere I n England.
No details were given. bitt It Is presumed that he was returning
from an operational flight. ol which he had many to his credit.
Sandy joined the local air training scheme at the age of 11 and
left Trinidad two and a half years ago, and served both in Canada
and Britain. He was an ex-pupll of QDR.C. and Strathallan School,
cotland. The funeral took place yesterday with full R.Ap. honourX
at Forfar, Scotland.
*Hununtng Bird" extends her sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. Fraser.
RH lady members of the St. Clair Club are organizing a how for
SJune 17 in aid of the Re.C iCross invasion Appeal. There will be
anclng,b t ridg., games, and other attractions, and plate suppers wiU
be available ror tnoze who book In advance.
R. and MRS. K. L. DAVID.ON entertained a number of friends
rat their home on Arlaplta Avenue recently. Tie was a
easing gesture on the pa t o the newly-wedded couple, who. having
In Barbados. had had no reception for their Trinidad friends.
-friendly gathering synchronled with the bride's birthday the day
fore.
Among the guesits were Capt, Harley Newcomb, Comdr. Burges,.
C.B Franklin. Mr. Carl Nelaon, Mr. H. N McDowell,. Mr. George
Mattos Snr.. Mr. George do Mattos Jnr.. Mr. Albert Wildenburg,
Adrian Vanderziden. Mr. Frank de Freitas. Mc. Andrew Jack.
Paul Willam.s, Mr.J J. M. Hernandes, Mr. Charlie Murray, Mr.
arty Barratt, Mr. Bill PelU, Lleut. A. N. Nash, Ueut. Gonzales.
deut. Garcia. Mrs. A. Mann, Mrs. Errol Kerr, Mrs. Don Steppe,
E. Monroy, Mrs M. Hope Ross. Mrs Grace Fung, Mrs. Olga
in, Mrs. C. Robinson, Miss Peggy ouy, Miss Joyce Dear, Miss Do-
ine Reece. Miss Marjorie Steele, Miss Muriel Littledale. Miss Mildred
Fernandee. Miss Esther Camacho, Miss Ivy Asuing, Miss Vere Bratt.
Ml sSylvia Serge, MI. Helen de I.uz, Mr. and Mrs. Elwyn Phillip,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Khan. Mr. and Mrs Coaser, Mr. and Mrs. .-
Wilcox, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fe'rnaindes. Mr. and Mrs. Selwyn Johnson,
and Mr. and Mrs.*0. Kerr. 0 0
S1VITATXON8 have been sent out for an Informal June danze,
M'onsored by the U.S. Navy Blimp Squadron, to take place at
?idlson Square Garden. Carlsen Field, tomorrow.
ILadles who have received Invitations and wish 1o go are asked
ib notify the VSO. In Port-of-Spain or San Fernando. or Mrs. Ho-
art In Polnte-a-Plerre, at once, so that proper transportation can
4* arranged.
* 6 0 S
T name of Rudolph Firkciisny, Lhe pianist, Is already familiar to
A TrInidad, anrid his forthcloniflng concerts In Port-of-Spain on
Jun 1I and Polnt"-a-Plerre on June 20 are much anticipated In
mueltlc circles.
PFirkusnv is a Czech and an ardent patriot ..- he knows the draw-
backs and sufferings of Nazi-occupied Europe. Since his escape from
,|tre in the early part of the war he feels that In lhi own way
tough hias music, he can continue the culture of his country until
he great day when freedom will be restored. Young, brilliant and
haunsome. PFtkusny has had a remarkable career.
Bookings for the concert at the Points-a-Pierre Club opened at
the club secretary's office yesterday and for the Port-of-Spain con-
erat at Davidson and Todds on the same day.
Though lie has plavMed in South American tours previously, this
will be F rkusnv' fi.rst. visit 1o Trinidad and I' is evident that audlen-
oes hero will receive him warmly. Firkusny is an artist of Interna-
tlonal reputation.
060
AN INVITATTON dance in aid of the British Red Cross special
'A InvasIon Appeal and 8. Teresa R.C Boys' School will be held
at "Parasdiase House,"' Tararigua. the country resildenee of Mrs. Percy
Huggins on Friday. June 2. The dance its heing organized by Mrs.
Huggins and Mrs. Bertram BoM-jrnti and will be open from 5 pm. to
11 p.m. Mr. "Virginia" H lrtdley' Castle Royal rochestra will supply
t4e music
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Mr.wrldaelnt wth w sMr. oand Mr. C W the8ytocbr.idgt A V
1rn5 n a toC'w return S t hav returned to San Fernando h EJ
dres. inTis re Nec, it Islt ant ee niant t hreaie mont holl- T -
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Le o By Air s The rst, month ofu their vacation c EI E
Mr. William Krelndler. who wai was loaned to them by Mr. A. C. g \ / jI(/ e. '
In Trinidad for nyc weeks, left by O'Dowd, then they spent ix weeks
air on Wednesday to return to his near Gibbs Beach. and finally three SjC
home in 3reat Neck, Loc Island. weeks at the Marine Hotel. They
Mr. Kregndler, although a stranger, seem to have had a narvilous time /7/ TT7
wI among the first to contribute throughout their entire holiday c kbri IgIe,'uI I
to the St. Joseph's Convent Reirs and are looking remarkably fnt and o E A M
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LIFE OF EMILE ZOLA
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WINGS OF THE NAVY

A PLEASURE TO
SERVE U
-LOOKI--
New Brand Bungalow.
"'Empty." Cascade. sear
Coblenta. Modern Con-
veniences .............. $7.800
EfmDtv Cottage. 40 Al-
fredo Street. Just been
aliated and renovated.
Quick ................. $7,250
39 Saddle Road-New-
De Luxe ............. $18.000
D Prettiest home on Long
Circular Rd. Very latest
design. Freehold ..... $14.000
1I Hunter Street ..... $13,500
14 Warren Street-
"Beauty" ............. $9,500
Building Lot Barataria .. $300
Extra Large Home-Rust
Street ........ ........
5 Sloarias Hill. Rental
19-Real Bargain .... $1,200
15 & 16 Stanislaus
Place-Freehold .... $7,500
9 Davis Street-Freehold
-POsession ........... $2.99
2 Island Houses-
Monos ana Oasoaree
Frederick Street Pro-
pertv ................ $21.000
20 Roberts Street ...... $5.200
Freehold Bungalow-Evans
and Buahe Sts. Possession
-St. Augustine ...... $12,000
M8 De Verteull Street.
Possession ............ $15,000
lc Saddle Road. New
Modern Home. "Empty"
.........$12,500
La Concordia Estate.
4anie Orande 172
acres. Pay 5 2.000 and take
over mortMgage
M Eastern Main Road.
Rental f24 ............ $2.200
Lowly Bungalow-
Methuen Street ..... $10.500
Mwty Cottage-Poseislon
O'connor Street ..... $13,000
U MNtaehv Alley-
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i-South Cricket Match Ends In Draw e=3


hneyer Scores 138 Blw V-- ni UMef N ausa.
r _H 73 v Cup V Chung WhipFivA Barlowi
rrestl Hits 73 v In Five-Mile At Barataria i-


ds usated t U nluSalM Boaumont Cup aeti payu
SSunday and Monday, the chief feature bemi a
Je w Jfe tollmevr and a S rand knock 91 by
s a iing of 3M f aix declared, but
a bout two hourW play on theo ond day. ad South
jaw thune wickt, a draw bewn t ultimate result.


m W. L. Ward

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pfayrd 64 ey playe
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&a tb h2 for three. The final round of the S
S1not out, Fred drew's Club Champlonship
two ickets for
M oouione Committee's prize was pla


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St. An-
p and
yed at


the club's golf course at Maraval.
on Whit Monday.
W. L. Ward played a 'very fine
game and won the club champion-
ship cup with the excellent score


of 142.
Bob Tobin was runner-up with a
score of 148.
The Committee's Prize, a handi-
cap tournament, was won by L
Taurel with the excellent nett re-
turn of 182, while H. P. Alcazar
was runner-up with 138 nett.
Capt. Robert Johnstone, Vice-
President of the club, presented
the trophies after p':,y was com-
pleted. The detailed scores for
each event are listed below:-
CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP
W. L. Ward ......... 36 37 33 36 142
BobTobin ......... 34 36 40 3 148
L H. Palmer ....... 3 36 39 3S 1,1
i. P. laivatorti 39 3S 41 31 153
R. W. Connolty 43 41 40 3S 162
J. H. Reid ........ 44 41 37 41 163
Ian Pereira ........... 38 42 42 41 161
W. Hill ....... .. .... 3 40 40 4 164
Capt. C. 0. Adams 41 41 42 40 14
K P. Alcasar .... 41 42 40 42 15
J. 1). DIcKie ........ 4 42 34 44 17
R. Grill ......... 37 45 41 44 1S7
C. M. McIntyre 41 45 41 4 2 169
0. Morrin ...... 45 43 37 46 170
T. Cavaghan .......... 47 46 41 39 172
L Taurel .. ..- 43 42 43 46 174
itobt. Johnstone 47 43 45 40 175
P. Rtibeiro ......,,. 42 44 40 60 176
,. B. Bchnitter 4 4 47 43 46 181
J. G. Morrin ... 4t 44 60 42 182
0. N. McOni ...... 45 42 49 48 184
D. J. Morgan ...... 48 44 46 47 186
Capt. A. S. Mann 4 8 52 43 42 1586
C. B. Norman 43 30 61 62 3 185
Major N. F. Rea.. 4 55 44 47 168
A. C. Hale ........... 46 63 46 47 192
F. N. Pogson. LUeut. Jobson. l eut.-
Comdr. Waterworth. c. L. McCormick,
K. Goldsmith. Dr. Goo. Campbell, M.
Anderson, Capt. F. Robinson, D. Law
and W. B. McCuUllough. made no return.
COMMITTEE'S PRIZa


L. Taurel ...................... 4 68S 132
h. P. Aicagar ................ 7 66 133
Boo Tobin .. ................... 64 13
L. H Palmer ......... ....... 67 70 137
lan Pereilra .. ........ 69 721 1*1
C. B. Norman ............. 60 81 141
W. L. Ward .................. 73 69 142
G. B. Morrin .................... 74 68 142
IL. P. Salvatorl ............ 70 73 143
A.Morrln ................... 171 73 M
Miajur N. F, a ............ 7 4 70 1
J1. D. Dickle ............... 76 69 14b
S. .Oreil ..................... 71 74 145
. W. Oaoly ............... 76 70 146
rib o ... .................... 71 76 '1 0
1. lReid ....................... 78 71 149
C. M. Mclntyr* .............. 76 73 149
Cap. A.. .ann ........ 7 14
Capt. C. 0. Adams ....... 75 76 158
D. J. Morgan ................ 76 7 151
D, N. McOnI ................ 71 1 1152
A. C. Hale ...................... 30 74 154
. schnitter ................ 80 75 155
Robt. Johnstone ................ 1 74, 15
T. Cavaghan ................... 86 74 160
W. Mill- .. ........ .. 75 84 162
Y, N. Pogon. Leut. Johnson, Lleut.-
Coidr. Waterworth, K. L. McCormick, K.L
Goldsmith. Dr. Gao. Campbell, M. Ander-
eon, Capt. F. Robinson, D. Law and W.
B. Molullougl made no return.
Competitions for War Savinp Stamps
played in conluncUO0 with the above com-
petitlona rueulted as follows:
rATURDAY, 27th-IS Holies;
1-L, Talrtrel and Bob Tobin ........... 64
2- H V 8alvatorl .................... 7
*-D. i Onl, Lieut. Johnson.
sad P. lbeBlro ........................ I1
9HOLES:
I --C. N orman ................. 2..
2-MaJor N, F. Pea ........-... 2%
3-Bob ToMt .................. ..... ..-


|IMONDAY, 2th--18 Holes:
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m--^im I---Maljor N. 1. R- and I.
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TONIC Pa1lmer.
1--- IMordta
SB s-.-i. D. Diekla ......
3--li. A, Alc - .-


Iftaidat GUaldliS OWNWO"JA
SAN FKWAMNDO, May 30-A
stron North combination. Includ-
in Harold Burnett. tnty Trw-
trail. Chappie Burke and a number
of promlsing youngsters will jour-
Biey to Skinner Park on Sunday,
June 11, to enigage Southern Dry
in a charity match In aid of the
Convent Relief Pund. nThe youthful
sUay aids will be atrethened
with stars 0. oach O-
stantie. 3. Mraden. and S.
Loorhoor. A keen match is ex-
vected.


Belmont Boys Rec.
Defeat Cosmos In
Final Match
Belmont Boys Recreation won the
Narvo Cup for 1M4 when they de-
fated Commo by ru4n the
final match on Qu=e's oya Col-
lege ground O Suanday.
Appreciative batting by P. Borde
(I) and L. Kidney (2) raised
Cosmos hopes but the bowling of
Daniel James and J. Williams put
an end to their chances.
Cosmos had led their opponents
by four runs on lfirst innings, but
a second innings tally of 151 by
Belmont was too much for them, as
James and company bowled out
Cosmos for 106 runs.
BELMONT REC. 1st INNINGS 5o
COSMOS lIt INNINGS 4
BELMONT REC 2nd INNINGS 151
COSMOS Znd INNINGS
A. Annisette e & b J. Williams 0
K. Joseph b Williams ........ 9
B. NleS lbw b Bodkyn ......
P. Borde b Williams .......... 18
K. Kidney b James .......... 21
K. Joseph b James .......... 8
H. Charles b James .......... 0
N. Haddad b JameS .......... 12
K. Borde not out ............ 12
C. Thompson c Webb b Leslie 13
C. Andrews c & b James ...... 3
Extras ..................... 6
Total ................ 105
BOWLING ANALYSIS
0 M R W
J. Williams .... 7 2 19 3
0. Bodkyvn ...... 1 42 1
D. James ..... 11.3 1 25 5
S. Antoine .... 6 1 9 -
E. Leslie ........ 2 1 3 1


Griffith-Linton
Bout Tonight
Ken Griffith-Hammv Linton,
light-heavyweight bout holds the
spotlight on the card to be staged
at the Prince's Building tonight.
Main bout is the Assam-Pilgrim
lightweight affair, but the betting
has found the heavier men more
favoured by the fans.
Both boys are tough and both
are seeking a return with Ansell
Adams.
Full card will be as follows:-
SIX ROUNDERS
L. Assam (136) vs. G. Pllgrim
(135).
Ken Griffith (175) v. Hammy
Llnton (175).
FOUR ROUNDERS
L. McKell, (120) v. George Al-
leyne, (122).
R. O'Brien (122) v. Coco Kid
Gilkes (122).
Louis Barradas (145) v. J. Broth-
writhe, (145).
H. Mascall (110) v. 8. Lee Funtg
(110).
Al Brittain (125) v. R. Barradas
(125).
Ernest Nunes (137) v. Jabber
Romney, (148).
R. Borde (160) v. M. Hernandes
(160).


Barataria Sports
For June 11
Two bicycles have been offered,
one for the nine miles, "A" class
and the other for the five-mile
"B" and intermediate cycle events,
which will be among the San Juan
Athletic Club's third day 20-items
programme sports meeting on
Sunday, June 11, at the Barataria
Oval.
Under the patronage of the
manager or the Aranjues Estate,
the club have extended the meet-
ina to a third day. as the most
important events were washed out
bY rain on Whit-Monday.
Prize have been offered by Mr.
3. Whley and Mr. A. J. Alexis
and Mr. A. N. Alexander for three
laps in the nine mile cycle events,
while In the 3-miles "B" clasm
cycle race, a cup has been dated


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Victor Chung, In a halr-ralta finish, whipped Daringto Bam -
low, who the day before had scored a grand victory at *he Oval,
into second placq Ia king the 5-mile event by a wheul on thi fI
day Of the Barataril Sports meeting sponsored by the San Juan
Athletic Club.
George Terry, Sipera ace. was -
beaten out of place in this event.
E. Bolden, Thomas O'Connor f S A .
and Paul Agusta won the "A" UUCals AnU
class events, while Barlowe and
Terry had to be contented with one 1)
ThOVsls-ad-u .on Ruby Club
second place each i1 four events.
Through slush a&d mud on theRuy Club
second dy.L. Austin headed two
of the three "B" and Intermediate r w
class races, but was beaten cy Ed- J.a l n l
wards into second place In tne 0
other.
In thil class, Austin tooi three In a thrilling econd-half, the
first prizes, while two of the other Casuals-Rugby Club knockout re-
three went to Phelps and Work- play. saw a one-all draw at St.
man, one each.
The "'A" class cycle races were James yesterday afternoon.
shared among O'Connor, Bolden, playing for a nine-manI team
and Auguste, who secured his vic- in the Second session. Maoos
tory as Mulrain and L. Austin, who Rdte oTo, a
were leading the field in the ab- Rudy Rodrigue, centre-forwardf
Irne of the on others, feillh scored first, but about one second
Isence of the topnotchers, fell. bfr h hsl ne h ae
George Lewis, fresh from his vic- before the whistle ended the ame.,
ueote jewis z~sh iom is rightii. wise xrnowle ov RiUrbY nliib
tories at the Intercolonial sporta4, rShick t i weualies rg
repeated his supremacy among a I the first half pectators. saw
wide field in both the 100 and=a I22 the 0 -a han sg e Casuals
yards open flat races, but in low a w ell-b laned amne, CasUals
timeshaving the more glaring chance
SWIlson, ho shttr a th t their opponents' goal, but
P, G. Wilson. who shattered the splendid Intercepting by RugbYy
Trinidad record and set a new Club's goalkeeper Voss. kept
mark of 492-5 for the 440 yards Maroons from going to the fore.
Distance, took this event with an Rugby Club's forwards in this
easy holiday run after slight oppo- session were mastered bY Maroons'
sition from H. Mitchell, who ran backs, and seldom had they a shot
second, while C. Davis, the third at Warner.
man, was dsIQuallfled, and tls About 15 minutes after the re-
place given to T. Remy. sumption. Casuals' left back Gon-
With Tull the middle distance salves walked off the field after
running champion, as a spectator, sustaining an Injured nose brdlge,
P. G. Wilson claimed a hard-fought Joss, the opposing centre-forward.
win In the 880 yards, while M. and he collided, It was reported.
RainmJohn in convincing style copped play was held up for a short
the mile. time but the ball was hit off, only
At the conclusion, Dr. S. A. Seon to have another player, Raffle
distributed the prizes. Knowles, Maroons' centre-forward.
FIRS7 Ay leave the field, cut at the side of
I-MII.IE CYCLE RACE I for Novcres): the right jaw.
1 0 Gonsalvee; 2- Trim. 3 -J.
Ahow. Time: 2.46 1 5 airs, Maroons, now with a nine-nan
I-MILE CYCLE RACE "B" CUMe: 1--L. outfit, played the most sparkling
Austin; 2-I. Brooks; 3-Riblero. game ever. lining up Nicholson as
Time: 251 3,5,
100 YARDS FLAT RACE (Open): -o. ivot man, and playing three for-
Lewi s; 2-1. mrWIll jmu, 3--Lord wards.
Time: 10 1 5Pecsi. They met with success, Soon
I-MILF CYCLY RACE [nrmdle:
U4ILV. Workman. 2--A.IArmtrong;t after as Rodrgleuez. centre-forward,
3--C. Nelson. Time: 2.5l sees ran through the backs, and bul-
100 YARDS "B" ICASS: I---eaferth: leted the first for Casuals.
2-Baptlits; 3 H. Mitchell. Time: Rugby Club then took over and
10 3 .C
440 YARDS FLAT RACE (Open): I-P, fought very hard to register.
Gi. Wilson; 2 -. Ailihe.l. 3-G. Maroons' Kenny Warner dis-
ReinyL
1-MIi.E CYCLE RACE A" Citis.' --. Delayed some really impressive
O'Connor; 2- K Boldn;: 3- F. Brown, saving, as the opposing combina-
Time: 2.45 sees. tions headed by Jones, were bul-
2-MILE CYCLE HIHR HANDLE RAC etedh flicked and lammed in theu
4Open to DistrictsiI 1-McGregor eted. fickei and lammed in the
2 V. Telfer, 3 Riblero. Time: uprights without success.
2 .5 1 '. It was not until the last few
2-MILE CYCLE RACE cts: I C. Lawrence; 2-H. Wil- seconds play tat Mayers,
liaTms:. 3- P. AUutIe. Time; 1.19 ts. working the ball from midfield.
100 YARDS FLAT RACE 'Open to School- centred to Knowles, who, as
boye under 16'; I-charles; 2----dkin- Wanr va t nr
ner;: 3 -Archer. Time: IN sec. Warner advanced to intercept,
J0o YARDS FLAT (Open to Sc,.n'o!bysi: flicked In the open nets.
-Phlllip: 2 ---Messiah; 3-Mark. The umpires were Mr. S. Agos-
Time 11 2 '5 eat's,
3-MILE CYCLE "B" and Inter. Clas,. tin and Mr. Rignault.
I-C. Phelps: 2 -. BMarlowe; 3- The teams were:-
L. Austin. Time: 830 4/5. Lap Prea: CASUALS: K. Warner; Merry,
440 YARDS FLAT RACE (Open to Mem- &lves: Laughll. R. Knowles
ber at Armed and lo4ai Forcesi. H. Worm: Rochford, Nicholson,
I-F. Ti.l; 2 -1. McWilliams; Rodriguez, Almandoz and H.
3-Cambridge. Tlne: 57 44/ !1 Jnecs.
S3-MILE CYCLE RACE "A" Clnsi: I-F. Jones.
Bolden; 2-G. Terry: 3--V. Chun., RUGY CLUB:-Voss; Green,
TimTe: 8.56 1,' 5 es. Lap Prize. P. Potter: Mayers. Eyre, Harvey;
Auguste.
440 YARDS FLAT. RACE B" cBs' e Knowles, Walcott, Josa, Jones and
1 -L. Pierre; 2-Rivero; 2 L. Wtnt. MonceaUX.
Time: 57 sees, _______________________
I-MIIE FLAT RACE (Open): 1--M. Rem-
john: 2--H. Graham; 3- W. Aim
strong. Time: 4.50 4/5 Peec.
5-MILE CYCLE RACE Opent1: 1- V.
Chung; 2-D. Barlo',e: : -E, Boi].e,
1st Lap Prize: V. Bellllle: 2nd Lap
Prize: H. Barlows. Time 14 1 2,3
sees.
SECOND DAY
2-MILr CYCLE RACE "B" Class: 1-L.
Austin; 2-C. Gotten.; 3 Con r,
Agard.
220 YARDS FLAT RACE "B" Class:
1-F. Turtun; 2---WilsIon: 3--Cpha
%-MILE CYCLE RACE (lntermed'ate):
I-H. Edward; 2-L. Austin; 3--;ray. V
228 YARDS FLAT RACE (Open): 1 -.0.
Lewis; 2-1, McWilliams; 3--F. Tull.
2-MILE CYCLE RACE "A" Claim: 1-iP.
S Auguste; 2-J. Mulrain; $-.L. Austin.
220 YARDS FLAT RACE (for Armed
Forresl: I -F. Tull; 2-F. Turton;
_3--1 HalI
S1-MILE HIGH HANDLE RACE (Dilstrtet):
1-- H. Riblero; 2-3. Cowle; 3-F.
Lawrence.
S e YARDS FLAT RACE (Open': I--P.
Wllson; 2--B. Warner; 3.--M. Ram-
John.
2-MILE CYCLE RACE "B" and Inter-
medlale: 1 L. Austin; 2 C. Phelps, I
3-1. Gray.
HIGH JUMP iS' 8"): 1--A. Baptiste;
2-J. Aslhmead: 3-H. Hall
230 YARDS FLAT RACE (Boys 1 veers
S and under-District) I 1--E. Messiah;
2-N. Baker;:3---. o.



I A"> CUSTOERS /A |
X AND GREATER EFFICIENCY Li
THAr WE HAVE TWO TELE-
1. WE WOULD APPRECIATE
A FOLLOWS: II
-41 4or 4197.
and Aocesorile, Gasolene
nle Department-4197.
Ibei-419M or 41.7.
NCIES, LIMITED, \
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TRINIDAD

TURF CLUB
19. Marine Square,
Port-ot-Spain.


Offers to the Trinidad
Turf Club ore invited
for thoroughbred year-
ling and two-year-old
Colts and Fillies, stat-
ing Pedigree, Date of
lirth end Price. Offers
mwt be In waiting and
must reach the Secre-
tory on or before 31st
May, 1944.


L 0. P. BENNETT. I
.Secretary.



AUCTION


SALE


15o Belmont Circular
Road


on -
Saturday 3rd June
At 1.20 pn..

I have been favoured with In-
stnuctios from Mr. J. M. de Sulva
and Mrs. A. NoMan to sell
PuSc Auion, the foUowin*':-
4 Sier Sewn Foot Machines
ompletI with Electric Motors 7
imn Sewinu Post Machines, I
aier Sewing Handd Maine. l"
Electric Cuttns Machine, 2 ec-
te iroWM 8 Tyors' Searst 1
ore Bu ttonhole Attathment, .
St slows Sewing Machin Pwam
and NeWdle1, I OuttN Table 1Mt.
a vt. 12 ofltl" Chairs. i Ln I=
b ap I C oot. 1Morris Te
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wl Chair. 2 WoIn'" Bofe.
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PLAY

SAFE!


The numerous acciduest
reportedinthe daily press
caused by children Mtt
access to harmful dri, ebmould mves a
washing to pwats amw to k ep dmare
prepration within tk reach.
The safest of aU dethptiic and srnn-
cidesfrhousebldpapoweMbDlOXOQMN.
Few effective gerAicide re haWmless,
jnd unless they are am less they we not
safe for human uese.
DIOXOGEN is so hamless that even a
child can use it safely, and yet It s deadly
to disease germs.


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ARE AVAILABLE


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new ink- ParkcrQuink titb SOLV.XI


*Pens and even repair parts are
getting scarce. Give your pea"
protection of Parker QuiA con-
taining slv-.x. St.v-x ends gum-
ming and clogging; ;. prevents
the corrosion and rubber rot al-
ways caused by highly scid inks.
CGetabottleofParkerQuiatoday.


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therefore to rejoice together over
victory of the United Nations.
WHITE LINEN DRILL:-suit-
able for Gent's Evening Wear at
$15.00 per 2 pee. suit or Dress Coat
only, $12.00.
KHAKI SERGE:- Very nice
quality suitable for Officers and
other Dress Wear at $35.00 and
$30.00 per 2 pce. su.t;
KHAKI DRILL:-- British Khaki
Dri" at $14.00 per 2 pee. suit.

Fitz-Clarence Spencer
Taller MaWe
14 Marine Square, East,
Near R.C, Cathedral,
'Phone No. 4670.



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W" 'w Mi .t m0 T G BaODY sad PAC MASOAGE U OLD UMBReEw LLASE MADE NEW Y REAL BARGAIN. VACA T. 4 Aifredo Barsai m.M. ,TUITON VACAWInan duhe Judth, i1 ( oP Bl
WA 'P o II p m l home or @Sice. FR I EDERICK STYREEIT. Garcia + Thel s p e calll Street. Wwya await U. Call Louis O lmwen a o addle 'Road. Eodera "un '- 1, 0 TU IOE N AM N '2 N b in ng te eig I p m be o do s Idi iul y.t r a l s u e. e
PS m Apply: 54 Frderic 'PROWS 056. Treatment w'th BO.A- recovery 'Phone IS4& W ite homae,-Mw y 31. ANN'wS ROAD. l etmai e, ntall. toommeca u ete, k tN. ogi pR, wTe.Ape .-.re l ,c cmopy.) .W A bsse.-Ul
a wn w ng o n n r n&P. Po : 1, Vu6 = 1). V rtello .........._--i-A 813$1.000Whar. P0.i e tagy.amea Vi AUL.n"r. Amuruet Clne Wi-oot. es ,"







P er m nen e l y h. R E N .u 1.'U I I T O A (br ie b r yard s fro nS tI A n n 's T er nilnu s. P o Wl Vst.e ac w i eeo th n k a l th o le w h o atten ded
u v e o gotC Ose n w oatd a P= -8 also Ic .addl.e R d Mararal- R o and h 1S ar TAnP e. An sn t ..l '

Tuna una.- wrtnh etA Su pSi pu0f " --^ -*ho-*M """ ^ ^ ^^S' ~o~r-n;y1o^ym Ia~bE
,eedIISelltoe vacant. c r PhtJnei a .a.nsei yt.h c
t uonoe pa l -Mi MAHa PM1404oi with p1110 In" eT Sc Omtlt X&er ane Peit Vaey -ee Me 1, Stneet.of ndolaene or in any other way ta-
a e W treL en&et coT D.. ..O ...E URIRA. DR GLAD S Abr l mrombn Stra 1 i t and Marn attUUsl. t rin. l Jure t y XPrm6 -A0D dn InAm f th loedr s payo ou n r O ha
aIM 3 Bd ee utlsaerre. e mon FBRIIUIRA. 01 fpr.ectors (formerly New 'Phon tr4 ArA. eon to PROPERTIES FOR SALE Lt yorProperty, with A.iO VoOANT the deatho dAr y amounedwa p u I .m t re on sale aa lar"
oIR Di mot per day, Iv m York). 114 M Rede S treet boppoPte IHetIet P13y. A maud t m oUo ANen COIt war m O, 00 0 l e y -
IS& Msrs Collogenohone t.. Mae _.I en. ...or ve ........... . 1. ou s. u of Land with Nt ALE-NO COMI IONtawayte May 20o 1944sill ly,A I bind m e
worN P B B TA L A t, deiitv Lmmake A 1 M .* C fM "' i|nilu ri nt uiu i yi *S .,4*r Bunga l o tw& tournm Rood, Bov a.-Jn calo Yd o ur d 2#174 Mior l i*t ia au .*





lwee.. ,omc-P"Ml amCh CrOpract c *o.uestim own uomatra ton.y G. HA'_1_"_oat_________ _t.____FCMALE BU TLER wnutd. 31 b tod do. so adlv_-_f. hit
Trioidadmampommport. i Abel..ag vamauaum irlat trees at a.Oteia'le VI lalge. e' r%
h ow so ..S.I m o ws. ..Cep w pn oa Telrat and







ulply In wotn m alistin roiment Anw -t Walt e Ca l ol pTeoto A r c h tl o. 'eci l- fuel lu o W Mn i o. 1 M1r .1.. eor *e nal i -w a.-. 0 tnwtsreAps UBpoai TmI..Ade r alra e andweh letter
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Ltit8i o f ,SAL Dn4.u on), orIs. oal, Coke. Lure-ceal. and Keteea en en. uwnetorP'soi o .Fre4 ehrld A t, Vincet treot -- 'Phone 1954 masaeim with an enrolm tOte I tea. o i eor in any other way sye-
red e s n l t- r. J m es l nonv c nl y u. v e -L r -lo n t l n1 P lw L est etlou rd d B u n g al. w ooid ur a yt A p p la. C A R L tI *t atTng te d Ci th t m E L In th itdebe n i ot pe r osaib e t I" @ p cs II l lllbl(t IAm '.)patro sthat Am op WILL THU P - .. . . .I- ,IONZR whAo bar-. t en arr








sa o N O -a." ua d n tod i 10 !I Frederick street. *Phone 111 6 'Phoneo 15 1 t J opl R o d M y Street nan wernafldo. kppay Caru me Ne w St e et........ ......... ....k0.rt qu ih tond an d m ary.expect fn aed t o T6In iIdul~ ly. i e ni I p si le t
S i EXPERI1NCED COOK at Member Anglo Weet nis. Ch NO Aetr t.................... 11 .......a......Da........nd448tIdoesot14,-nRad

s Jun eut aloon. b r y S r et p- 'r oiert y iidwL OS St 0 dreosed to tleol ao f e crela n e a
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B i Ap a nT W moi s-t ,Alo itln (eglst -d).-I-nle l ai for ellet MRS 1 In hair te r- :M'a. C. ,otAiw' mA liAl t N eaeebold Property, .obert t. oequ BOard, /o ultan g n hePta IN MEMORIAM to r
I Fr ad. Ay andy. onnnS. a ew.n dyein .e I Vies sevt tre st, seone 1. We h sN v (posa-esl.on ............... .....-50,0 01= ment. an Fernndo--Ji.:. N05.-- n e y ~W I
YON_ MANd with experie--Jnc In-S fI"I W atinl. d y 3l m l o4ueen a se& ny '(lOtoadamun to oe a Modern Cungalow Diego Manrtin U Ru for i t, Aoved -son wo g d e mor y. oV ImAy
sONcA w t ~ ~ te c n8ale treatment and belve Anon w o.--ate tiseif M y. O N U .
S W d e epee d U Tk am sconG iront S the O Ceal 'rerAy arkt on 2 Lots of Land tpP SeLaNon... 3,c00 Appy: o & eolge treat.t-June 2 12.
l d to "Guardian." B.oa P.- a, pe_ _s _ _._ makes fa r.Olies te rda y dat .30 M te o
2 ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 pst o llwshs of mchnr TAw CT IVEai t 3A oac lfanredlo S~~it haet! mis chattel prer te a SnJanAThepublic Pi s h er Ceby O( M AdID am n0Gmd n I ll we loed youn derarly, a







Welding Maoehlne ahop+ No. 0 ILoadof war wun't os o.6r rt quite ,a WOICe. We leariti .... ............... 611,200 Butler. Apply between the hours or s In death we love you as well;





iBUIBRAD: MBePABM W NTtn MOTO *.S** FOR SALE^ ^ 1 ^it -^et 'on 1410 ue cu, e~ 1 o I propue rte o~n oiaep.. uixlls Chottld Rprodpert ulk -lyt+ Arn ao wh l.,m, _m Murray aten.-Jd | B n.udS a al
EN T AN D PR E IE NT A BLE LA D Y Tr "R A D IA N T ." onlt w roaated ,n rou ne w sell l eu.. out w e l een .iv ,ve Jua n *Oorpty . ........ .. ...... ..aA A L,-VVA MS t. natf-oa y. Jan ta lcade Of one so dearly loved by aO1.
p rlrn ced in salea ofM t l o m ercl and l. O N E BU ICK R O A D T EIt., 'xes li en t tyB c the R.dll a t E l aetO r c Heat Pro ce ss rillt to pail U a tuwng. tor ren vm duveral O the rs for Sale R oat.- -Jun a 2 "4 Your days w ere shortly spe nt .I



Swn handwr/tlng sttn POne 192Fod-Jun. 1op, tye Oe.e.PlnKed "K~shfy C~ound dee c~l. *nnnn A^nu, n brop omsIT mty, .1h m l rp.t, I.; tt CA........ WOMANO ^l*l"^a~ m ost** ^* Iood<'l * pnookpI G od pa.s willy we Mre 31,ent (Cr. B
alt and experience and enclose 5 Fo~rd V-i Triclks, engine recently over- Onellty. purity, Flavour. Coffee to per- iauy in korr-oi-npaio. #uw-thlrds Ol ri, live In Btngrae featrenales, 3d ~laabeth --Wife, daughter and acee.E
M of lefeare Nce and photograph ta hauled end i nree Pnood condit lon (ct ln et th hab it-a- u your c w ,an o a ani uin. on ulnt m. tk) CAR L C ERAT Y CO M PAN Y xt.--Jun-- I O A.or .. ..
ao d o aIter.onhon'etr a 31. near gaynd. g r l Vlna Et --d btondoloved m other. Eli a O N eal w ho w as call S- l a ag
at: P -144. 5/0 "Trin lded Guardian. "-- O a Io R dse h n 4 3 une 4 for M ahon's Pure Coffee. 'Phone 74061.-- ltt ti StrU L lentoai et t, near SO van an. 27 3.V n en te tpwte 6 9
--U-2.I- O 4-Ur n n 1re-h r If love and care could deal prevent, l l ML0rNA wt,----,
PU R S E W A N T ED FO R Y O U N G IN off er re fused 'P hon e 80 54, nee tyr ea N A1 R INDIO S RE IA R A T OR. 4 P c cad mly ai eno iln a mew do lars y1 ginve you a u n 0Ftcre s;l d Lo ight s watert Tele, arroived in the Thy daya on earth wo l st40 l ber t k 'f
recondittoned ngne.--June 4 Rtreet. 'Ph e 1by 'sro end Trcke foriysent
iNT. Apply I dde Road Marval 1 C VROL IT COUPE. Perfect l Smend MeIl nd holders t bu. t) t- I taton. a cet m Hal Colony de are accommodation in a private LIfe w desired, but esu knew LO T
Wpn AT m tloAN J a 2 running oondion. Tyres fair. No re ao- n et sppl M enr 1oalren ._ir al ManO Ltni, t Cu t t lrehol d, on the llg oos toli e witN. WAri o en al rs w be it fr
a a'd/b---n .". nolteie. Property.rEdwald etee r--1.j6. cu2 bl t e on nd osu ,l
GE ER LS ERVAih nT. Aplyedg Parkg "a CLe L =r ret*eId.IA.py K. oue i l f t cen (S of ehcl I. We al o charge an 4.ent F OR Sp Er muve u A O I G L A H O A Jneo.6. FreJepornt-. _t_____ _MeAicm t t an dth Mir iv ryam 1 -









'enue. Queen's Park Beelt--June8 2. A ntilles Oilflehl.--May 31. stere.-Jwn 3 1 ,1 rem 3t mlum o rent invaiesitmet tU) 0 853eo0 Poet0.d ad ere.I-0,O R L E R A T pl 9 pr hto rr~ld Ap lBemer~e o e~ll aas hrg e e. ,I, U c oti)kJo~ H
N OPO R T A N T C IT Y FIR M r q nt e O N E 11437 D O D GE -- "1 -727 ic reb. H Vr C ollr pa" n td .i a s uo 'c e. ren. f o ren t Inteet- hlT pte et. n I,. ( k n M lrl( {)
i r Toa .aV as rAs siOtat r6O=i RON ;l Al. woel M ln tg Bquemt P u elt Chatrltt Ute ner Pavne bOS ANDn AiNfi 3 CaoeRAMJOHN.--'i t loving memory of our
m eduoted, 0O stIRlut asnR.d e rlnc ed paid. ID Conditon perfect. 3 rat'yr g.tdo 2 I worthwhile le p. onar) a competent *, is) i Aaar ooe- a IA na b \1d e t te
..........i = 2 V ct r a ve u V c n 4E t Ir TA n Me N u J l~ a trS t. -J to I o ve a tnd rea ths c ardsde th or evet,or









. v lb ow I details of education and ,t Jamee -May 31. the paie ar On l To oul U Pur"u tn-pa., r pty. t1() w) _wl B g l_.d addl_ Ro a...LAd.MIf lve a nd cr col det pre. n
>itfrV't.TTnTVJi~u-jJ elemai ammim radiant fat d "' """ plrcul Recnstr uctO JoBm t.l Modelvnt Petr Streein t, GRAN ptpry mkOitt h nm *Mjr" fner llCMy It A L~ EVENING., Sit the ,, mg-V Of1 ^RON fc


w a r tt 8t NP aE.I R O O M d e e n d e b e l o v e d L .R a00 .0h. w hotM e I 4 w a s c a ll e d W l o g i n t h e a n It V
renc, Wtt UnE salary ea. ta1 Bhould Od RE ep AUarTIN far cord tlon -- d l the t hw ork Itoerl y satlle. U ....iti. 5. e.........-... 7. of Mr -.s Ree, lum i hed Thon erh wol tlshipn
R to Appl y;tk In9 wrv ia a irPrlc An 0.VNo 44 Cu, ai e us. ccfLm A InE n I E BE w no w ho wT to V NEtwiHLt h -.1 v.c u Ma n Loui 4 o A reRoa.Sdd l Ro adJua Thy.aytra n e.i ud e rt woltusIetIito rs t o, nl Ma 31lly( Fea19
eubla6tted. together with three coptee wlth spare engine bioc'k. DPhone tr 1" .? more. hut a good petb laste en mock"h rgain"eo2o,10 tret, ilarnta hoim. k-eas- wEST INDIAN AGENCY Dial dJlia ,tu0 y 46P m k, M Ds ierteuli Lfet was deiared, bat Jesus knew
S7tn oSm i to Bo t NO, <-141 i) cell ritb Maraval Reaend one I loner. that vt will evenItus ally well aiO--Ul S Real tate B akerw a --EJ n iowfobtreet.--l One rlem sl o reel was C best for you.
NOTP.ST FOb O Cb TOR OF- red. Tr.-,i. Aply Jae neat lo our materials.nd our work- t ..ur, o n .y Resdence. No. 2.Brow.Street..stigrot.d.w.nrt "., -novngmemoryolTome,
Ln wody l dn w, BOa P- ld49 0 MA Road.- June-J unA I en d rO btmh first 'tll WenPdel l .u.t t1N. Ad Lew AcOaNou OO a e acres. Bl. $an Fernando. on0 rented eand o. lie aor 0uropean coupa wIth endren u or who died Msy 30. 1943
ane gdu d a .- 3 O TIA Il Pointer Decorator svatun. occa ,o ou int eom rut craol p aPl- will lease land for 40 years. two dRactelora. Mu Les a oupr I f One year recalls sad metor ale a si L S A
. e lien n uTlary lo~ne. *. Perfc BD t tyre sd. Wpply DlArcy S7 t 'E oLD U|Ilds of T4o M nDn E nl. ta1t Idruxl teRy AL0 oAiRN. cV coa. J0 crates option of rnewai wth all con- Ballotte btret 'k o .- Of a loved one gone tohrest, .
ENERAM E1RVAA T WANTED. 1n Petra Street or rong 590.- June IC Cle, ltanneaT Speca Norfolk Street, Port- Kreyltu wel. nup .Cy of and aon u ravs v.meneoes R..................................D $ 4-200TU The ones who think of you today ItS(F.or.a Fh,0IA FO.atU
ibloke I llt r -M ay du d IL FORD V -ply TWOr EATER t gx c/ Gu df-Ia .t Ptil ea-- Ju ne 1. Lt e a oo t lble. lor.n grave l o ib Freehold Resd en e ,. La elIva -whorw omta o ed .n. in e, B l 4 .0 d i d llty. t
JL L U Nor r SElr twoA I F Rre n meBh a n aor 2.&iTal ANNISRAi.n --ur---- (....lluy, rtitr0cu0ars apply to lieu. '. Maraval po eelOn)................ d...r ,00 tr HOUiE FOR RENT AFeat ho ee oop es tc. le '1
: ho s rv ce C ., Lt .I. n w ou e a F m le ;ug sotBe S d leRa Ci. L d.. r rt~ f hav l D Em pty hiom e iagda pi. Iarete oadV HU SE atS t.A LOW en R ad. I ego H M 1 A j ar- who se LIN-lth ansk .ten dedu


















U& )ZD, AlrlBd*,R unB aatirtlgterNorB n.oAplynrTownato BuyrlelOB-e R OOodpND+ dOARDhal lAiolt Arlp A tre t..- n t. 'Phone 815= --June 1 ONE n.IENT (Y'thn l, erc a 1 lAe. K OPORJuTUN IT o ns A pON 2t lonr, tunacnla p ro op t E dws. it h Orut erlr teneitsr -rsret Hde ncr" t
T HIOP AC ICladPei Vlly.DigoMa- ;aorond.-un 6o hcodl~pencwhorpna ny otedraway o ay 1a-ng









NI IRAL 5R A T I s~1 street. 19351 10 H.P. FORt Perfect condition. McDonald Street.--Jnne 1 wuaJ' l WtoPP RUI~oe. Ptatr~eSlmann wtn Proeet.',Stint acrres laud.... 3000next-Jne 13040.PhI.p
EDS.8 Tyree good. Ring .tGoda Cai yFaem n3ndo.-, ,Z pressedteirsymp .. ...thyant o to te loa near thie beaoa aa voe, to INESMETvN Tlt -gin and Goeds oark e 5i *
VAft. Ot&f mother @a June 8.IRMl toe u river at ibfa. lmrresp w leter every Ee3iAS t .T ROp Er PETIT BOURG. 3 NVIfM N oi-s d athtof invre pbe--re-t--a- -------- -- SQ 1 t
TUATION"WANTED PavYMOIrs Y 1940 SerDAN, p styre It RADIOS. REFRIGERATORS FOR SALE Iy. SouFerty SAtEd wth ocont .1 4 S an Juan. OffSiceT 3 Eastern Main(twoN SL VACAN Tox and WsfmalAl eytatf c) what ea eat f .
war..ery 33&9. ob r eaeo we.To Cocffee Surld.rin
M W b ~ or : Brw L A M; eih U ar~ Kl. l p OIhs ow *Sn 'B D -B u iT S =OO ax o iut Ad oity 4 li i -t. S t .1 of v I tc t ------------ 7 O n o Land ~t t with -aw a~yb w n m r r *n \ l ~

alf tuod cmnd l .. d ill ,0 c ldse. RiOiD Atr ia plSa rge in pfect od-l3kllay l ttto .lactlc beointg i o s0i R S eN d C oS Ae } iere B a pobleWell.









BE AP Arld. mOk. Muys IwM ivea p E rclle t enone.tton 'ly 'b ii.S 7 p r S- r M sesa 0 reort houll es. *r fe* eu,414) wttm do Ittot h olse 0y i V-on l lageo 4a M wmm 05 *p yd "* utnmi n "im u a cot ctl af r ha odru e eyU
F2 a I Wl46o sdee. hm M lo 4914 5 to, drailly.- 0IE PAt ". Tubes; One t.ott 1n d ureali i. A. t E eda3 -alld onee 194# A- l,










^ -I *e at. echa"ca condit.on sood TyreeU olin enti toj d noiywrnew. Als othe. SSSke iJNDE SI5UNEDJ. deerou of inv the otherSS* 10^ a" 20(M for"l* 81.000 1tc (7 elo Soo tuaed ati LaCao
dadIPort& OExprtAer-n --' R.A.A..-- tnd One .h.oa. ti-be- No. It Berii tre te. -ane- er Buse Street, One Emai O S.ANDR la. t do a
FOR MALE WORD 1034 COUPE. Rumble t softhe latet an bee reoen mt .,un 14. 10 a 15. kitchen attacheai-nd 0.00IDMIC MUTATE bta me
4311-Jn R IWR-OAfln'ic 4104.0F11VIMLIS p~,J .-JuneAR-HOUKTaIi;A 2500 ~fJ6V= tTacre ILERA-t ~rn,&Tllr n








,teu tl.H10RulAer Etrelt.s lke new. ,1000. F. C. lICAmNer..T,......lEa expensmve Rad i e"to suit yoLr Col9- UOony. nNo. a for his M LL, olIIs Street. No. 0 fenced round--,HER; mneokum mt.uasha Mainhakal-h. ctu, tvatefdSt
AT o~ 31-J TRINIDAD O a ABROAD, Chief Cncra,-Junae li Cm-ig, H T M
or M o~i" n CoolCocnut 1137 FOtD V-s ROAIIHTFR Eacellent meats. Ekekl. 40 Marlne Squara, 'Pone" dance and Lands at Uslvary MiiI, ja and several other, and I for 5160.00, up- In cOCOa, tonfa beea.l several hundred
tn tr or Manage on Cooa Coc t 41 s-June JuanS T oOe osoOe w 1oe furn B es otn tu O-f per Buhea d trp cMay p1. cyp and cedar trea and va u rO t
pCoffee .stte Over twenty years sx- condIltIon. tre ll 2 new. 3 RvelSeda ELECTRIC BOTTLE COoLERs. One-- te lineat views in ri iPsland., i very coru nd-t.reeseddS.. r a t ldeisn, wll war.e i t vatp i Aia









Elence--- Inw ^ mixn cutdaton Dra-.ning St Anos l'mt^r.i'awi Tn 8211. 230c-T. botecpct-ae n ag on n Iaw.ailoi ataml rmtera s edlogu^ fla pt ul ing WetB 1^ 'ns rl l m a e
o pudrdtln b a sp claltty. vIr a June. L o vel.n t .. cy hM lonatlon Model. Eckel. d Marine quare oan oula n oal rllway Station. The uae" I "a NO tcareanJ. Inen f.o n c l -Phone S o t ,-.-June
d S Fernsod.--ay 31 'lyre. Applytt Chi roprac ONE ELECTRIC AUTOMATIC Record paieneUd. Toen Plropet uy comprAseS l bLAres nIlO t FORSA LEai
YOU1(mrNG wOMAN desureu poeltlcin nas treeand Ii.rlile Rosi. Curepe.- Player IColaro-Matnetlru In waanlncent f1 500 Cilted lllg u ndrp e ds Ofm ull Oc1 Ak.OT .... 'aarai. 20. ousIs-
Bo-keeper or Iwlt h.board operator. June cabinet records. el. 69 Marine t U quare. lag grau t, moSaong1u1ede ocon uts cand ohr 4 An ipRsTenodds
I-4. stuudiio 1 14 ; Ha41 SUP t te lIt XE1 O t). e xcel-a'TelephOne 4 6. 8 -June 0$
P -4 / u r la --J no o lent ly res"n '11 1. h, Ct lSO tl iti nd Itusured RIE FR1O E R A T O RS O ne Large 'E el- fruit t~rees. On the prem lsee there ar e W im IEH A IR ED FO X T E R R IE R w hite, .ilan nho ines.-J tme B + +
Bfur 1944. A pp3y 114 ttcl ni.t t 1 i rculel vl n ator" ; On e Sm all "K elvlnato ".' In lour f 5pou .tr n e s t 1 wi red- runs, wo t h b bl c pa c on b ac A IwtrCI
Itnad after ii pu iu June 1 er ondltion. Ec~rel. 69 Marlne Square The altuatuon ofr the property makes it to the name "'Major.' F mnder, pleas MISICELtLIAU EOU a.ALEII
ZIVES C OOK at tea Member nlo Woo Indies. B eau2t 1466--Jn. Abe..a Iel lcefSa ttoek farm. e letweC communicate with Mice Lumcia itame$- CAFE. in beet loaterly for sale. Louiso
CtT K C itE II lf o Ld AIRon 42 i48d0.-Jun RE RI E ATO C dalvr Mlla nd Buh tet tee ae nlh lo tec, 'h n im n T oms.9C alteJ n
Road .plan mong -1Ascto (amily ese. 10.00. 'Phone It Alguetlnt, ei lt aores of land divided into one-a 'rc-w B W re Ju neLes eh1 0' o rto -Pars -t l .PBANOaJo0JhnBi tnum d nI M A |A K on&, London. .
SUPPLW A N TE D NOR GE REFRIGOM RT 629. 00. Calvary 1III. Sa Jue n.--Jon e Fashlon. Abercromby Straet. R ew ard.- ATTptNTION! CAIIIN E MAKERS One
U K RI B B ON--h l-- l r ea C R O W N C O RKck M HO U i o ilm a n T h o m a l .- M y I N o 3 1 E D W A R D s T R E E T a n d a P 401 inde pr l e a e r e t u rn c k t Lo d B i m'I4tte J utn e 2p p y. mr l n *
OR Marine Slquare for sale. R eaonable oler. GOLD Il)ENTIIICATION piRACELET. Street, San Fernando.--Junce
S lv a b i l t y g u a r a n t e e d A tO Uy s A D W A N T E D T O U Y "A r \ _ _ _B-ll _o _ _, _ _ _ut o__ _, ,;_
te e4 504 w rlt ln o wxm k o l l Apply: 4t a A be reroHtby Stre Phonrto b. etw een T. ElB and H henry Street. macrob- M EA KO A SA. Autographic
e. 'P hon e c4 r. DuC a t and ON E COOL ER and F RIIt lE R o x P -10 M ARINE EQ U IPM ENT F* SAL E 791 .0-Jun e ed A do n e-Freddy S/.f 44. Fielder, return Po stcard SIau, A nastlcrat 7 .7. excellent F R M
~IVt.Barred .uyJont Rok(akt NTES 4.apiud aaa NEPTUNE OUTBOARD MOTOR. Louls TOItJISadLN t5 ara AoI oreae.T-ia icrctycn~in pl:Mree o ee
book red fo dy old, woek ol oPCar lotTMeGStreet.- J pune 27w |Gllman Thomas-_May It. Street, S111 Fernando. Apply on preinisee. 1501d. Reward- June 1 s'oite-aPisrLES ne
Fi. and .. ..^ 10 1401,014, ~..dn. (al)...... ATHM REA Y .|
wIeeS*1 old Eric IM Leae. 1-3 Mav- STAMPS WANTEKD, current used s.tam a -June SOUN DOG. MAE Coor Black Iingmemrfm
Sreet. ihuene7 ofdSPLENDID INVESTMENT. Written and White. Name. Tartan, last seen FIVE BU eLDING e LOAN S tARE.
at r reat"y redtcad pri -1.mApplrtss.f all.10, a "Gutrdt3n."---Junc a's. 0,. I ft, and ut la huttor y. rp WIE l i T N TwIu'[tlIhnEJuan LePB eNJa $ MAIDk a ndrin.l ie
ory). Torflma-ue B GI Paroueor le tn Town.to BEWACOD-oROOMpANDe OARO family. Written off enrs reived untl June brown spots. Finder please return 59 Fi-eeold ProPerty at corner of Chaguanas
2.ro a WeldingIM u o. Ie y *s*; ^ 1., N I K B pr Mahne6 Ebro NlOU 5 o nonor warl wuxd amtorcr tw o t qut*n ,ao wa it&. we lech . .. -...ctr llS. w~. $ ,20 Bu tlr Apply between* til hour at In det we lo e ou as wel


). O WE-"Jn n 0 PaBr Pr itnc n To n t re.'hn 10oO M.Dt g. 144tu. Appiy Joseph t ouis o5 Oxford Oxford S Oht reet. Reward offered.--Jsne 3. Mai Road and Opeave Street. S*end ofa ad ?t Jt Bifr n s udde w nght h wi th











(iLUM th t oiraU Ittlo. fou Tm D u .4 t i* USED BOOKS a^:'nd * MAGANEUaS -w TWO BI~L tOM.t uhl Roomd *ada.-Jn 0 ort *trhwn, LHveruil ,4 itrL CtlKMN, .tS^'LS ^ ^i!*^1?
1 54 Saddle Road. M araval.--y ou o L Mh: t U aed Stam ps Bo un ht. ArCade furnian d W ith reaateet tslK. 'Phone BEA U TIFU L ROM E on a e a re free- Road. W ALLtD BwNGth Dr r s P rm tth ln t s irtto .Sp rSrue BSo t S r S e u h l
R REPTAM LRIN -MOT O ROSArLEABLE, FURI iD ROOM. half million eqOutre frat) djonin ax- Tickets. etc. Reward. 'Phone 4737.--June s Up oltererd OrwAwng Suite; One AidA3D di onest da rly.oed- breathbya n-.
ac ; Brown lile with 4"carrge, Elt type Other FU eVED o-IJtTe'Oru ROOf LS .uteide city limYts th all conv alensces-- -,1 0'u owuo
co t mleB riem er ad Eise. ON Eddes GICK RO DT ER. e cel enii te tyo3.ll ONEa t GENriERALAVU ELECeriumRICpt ,AUTOex














l lya r Wy andottm e nese e and 6" carruag will ov eondrd ol. J Parl y am Avenue. ApPly Bto P-16. w1ter, tel-poiae, el ctrio h for sight -d PERSONAL NOTICES 12.- -Jun e f1! mtlt 1..th epif duiblgmcem n ors.
la:mSnc tu TES .. l 8 t .- n 3. "A u rdtan e "-SMay AN1 a d Itov S t-- l,000 and e2a.000 res cylatl ve27Sl.V ONc NE C'Rt AU1 y s-
P14 c/o t. Aduriatlna -n OUTBOARD MOTOR, Johnson or EvWn- COMFaORTABLM IVURNI4ED LOOM 5,000 together. Buyer can recover oveR THE PUBLIC Is hereby notified that MArIC ROASTEcR, will cock everything at h o C O m tlln 01
ONE 1ud 4 make TUMOat e N o rfeas orknabl w! th orip.1 1 0 eas tet.-M .ni,0 towfr om mll ar ea i l ongi e .youta (1) notehold P myse lfrty at ci St.oAugustovne.speAN ED aTO RE NT mu atd tblor es t h on day 3 1. 1940,yW0AR NU














oRN order. 'Phone 4t71 during office hours.-- preferar ita Andrea few mothe ot merey easesl es cccted byoInnone 436.-dIi-G .d emk e.M an pt thoad. trare -a yfro6idn area atoewL phonot hold sefr res; ora oENG Speedi ims t. e T dsff erth wo uld i eme.
NT Ap I i e d19HJune tteeedi ,a -- uR ia a t m al. Gat Jeo su
tap On BRc mm daio. -June2 rFOWn coSdtio Ty0e air. No e E 161conB* sup lidtre. lam eril ando usiat) O nepea ig toony for he lt US Q slege .ho s to l w h t ta y. W ie B x S rn l et w s b at f r ou














GENE RAL B RVAN T. Apply 8 Park ableD rs yidW al c Udar o s c r e d .r Ma dpM e fr m dealer toda. ""t'isf
l e M l-June L m lak ies of vehl ~ ~ tr eti ithes.t 0t (2tFeonhold Aroperty. JEdw ard Stee Mt O r S1 4 SAHrLKis o a d o ug
re u. Que P r ee, nile lfi lo ay 3 ,hio bt-re.-.Jun* 21. 'gi. re t iu l t o r emU EA Wd s. lme -a m 11S.1am s.nde
F W~~~~~~~It~w l PH OnIteA D M,,,,.AN Tt T On ves't- ( ) F eeho 1Jld. C h earlot estree t hn w a ty Ian-I A M E U Z.a a y0yrs ,t p n t o o d t
-N e u ated.3. pa m nt a yw e ,. Re lyne Pa h at t aeaduexheerieteed I $)menl I A geat t LAe.1.6 m paddle noad en l en o iRus a dOQO M nt h S ilo AN Dp SAy: M cD n le Fn d eu rul. O A Mn CI. uinm a fsou














Moat.A c n.4paid. C ondition..pe Srreet. 'th ons 4lt .-Juem 1t n thre lots of land. Scei k nox., 2St. vli- 1o1 da',holn mylei1 .5aponclb. e for a5N I E R -t.e tltbt StreL--lune 110 lly Rm johM Mwhowasc alled I
La r1,00.ANI 4 YEAR' "strN'I e ce.i nwh knows. nst Street. Phooe 5216.--.June 20. date or deSta contracted by him. ONE 1934 FORD a-4 TRUCE. No. 12 E9,
or 'Phonetails of educetaoadand St. jNQ AND-May 31.iillt.the painted LrkRailANg CO MFRoA u is P r _L B1U L E feeh ld EON RA NIG t r, s an c. illen at ra tyr s r ice 6185. Apl el: O O N A N t
: M Satn aa ry expect hold IWB BYA USTIN.810 aFair ueAJ AcG E T MO S.ond 4J &Iiee l Agan ul u, 6MODE rN OUnSE t aemptylo.e ude-te-ar sd r-_c cup,NS equA~ Ipped itY ;h r adi fo. r ms I boettr heland e r* co mfodat re nt.













STOdIheFOR SALEaanace Borosotm In the cIty, Appy Me.- ward treet--June w. udsileset
LARO AN COMPOR B WEST ILENDI A KNIAGENCY Lifea wasntetyre.dPrbut Jesus Aknow















Ch$TPag. honO6412SJuntJOLARCIE, NICECLY FIWYISMSED ROOMS residence sonta~logj four large bedrooms. alucc Viilags., Mechantc Arthur, Curepe Junctton,-Junea II '1e8Je/sdP gmm ePmdue 73
o. C Sumttd ogthOer wJi ththOne copies w~ith peraenginhme biock 'PJuoa 0.2O oe bl o a lss I Mth ')1% bcveneLIaaai. uas it 09i R ubyat hanitP 1 t8Bu D~ o ops.l Th














NI C LOt oF P -141, C.One Alplne-for EturopeaeaVailwll* ev. Meals erteSeL ,with lli convenIencas at Raverside Road l -lrsne 1. rares 1 t rle FR. m60 H.P.. reSSwBusinessoCoup..
ng ad p ag e une ire ll 14atilo Sre. o dht k-J" ~Cuant' vvry C f lub, Pc n d'scn g u untyg. Reidenc, No herebotn Stthat seitt ing ro ttune done ntr ance1 sui. S .AI L. Inpvigoe orloy:m














in LnTR"ItSOOIRIOOR'SOF.AH ed.oAppl WyJooxbro ano Apply Krnot rPhone 1226.--June u. am not epoaibk for any debt or debts a e tSnc ernand,. 'Phoe :
vary lu nltl.oS n J a .J n E C A D S RoMeau~ ,LA optiOnaL. 1 U wLis St ree K nt, cuue ALEXANqDER STRE ET. Offers c entracted oy my wife, Neille 8amuel, or si h t ~e t. 8n F r ad h u J
tn OR o eon J Btn,--/Mnon A.pM ANDISE1.MtPrbth WBelhta e, R l o J 4.W imt, IoV mvLted. Apply 41 Alnred, street. 'Phone a Ferna ni o left my care and protection Er a pe a nP.m.. 624.--June 1 rao
ta Mi..s ohamd ,. P ittingram Tr a. Aenaly W hiedMay53.-1June 0. I
M ~ ml Pat~ m 1 P &LACCOMMODATION AVAILABLE f r SMALL AND LARGE PrPE RTIUS since1 the 13th Ma. 11I444. AM m L tIVECTOCK-.GENE .RAL
ANDit CAB, g-o od eIaL t F R W -E T R od o -p f. J n 0 alonW iL t Mine &ti ra e it n VIA t IFe eh ld ReiNec, La sonl Ste et, UM E FR Ry adn, eclENT Aconditiono gveod-nuTest.an














C 2- MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE P.y t.. s... ... y. 13-" ti.e .m. Aleo tdifameps.- si., A .A.LY SAMUEL .R.ACEHORSEF, Neptune. age a (Bunwave-
i aB mD RELk IA LE N R + for ntwo6 tyrm soud mcaicl knil n, UUA. gg iur , t i"Pola.- DwmellmngHouse. ra r etso n sRoad.]HO SEtrat M L uen Roadel D- iin ego ar- D UG O.Tn- e_.4 l .uy v
childish ..st .....I A p y 1. m od r te y p icd-A p y F r o Sp n e II trY t. --V ot.F R A, F p& a C o Ul..a p y L O f o lt ~ l +" . -"














.phone No re .-neuno o1,erNEfued ONE ELN WIST WAT tre... ..... ,,Sot1 ppr....y.. Dy-_ ngo as.sd.. . ..h
3111il4 M A T. I ra ncri s. bd StVre aet. 13 o H.Lady's Wh peri flect cWadtin Mch. one ld F RON t BE RO MURNi I SM D w oth anob ity, 40 Peyb Nie5 "remt. land ne xt -o nertE wad Sret ........Sto. Joseph ha nc e A. ItPhilidsemwhoop sspdeaway ofMalso, full
NK iDEl NDaUCK Tyre~e god0 in0 1 6.Ch a un. 17 tl n and Sre o ar. S S. Cnr A elt-- o h T E I A F E H L R- tTLEsPuLICeatethereby aoAnlh4d1thatoINVESuTMENT, a1d1bide, sabe tol E sta d ad s37 f k PM1l
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A D AB A C ie J un s M COMFORTAeLE kURel. Ma ROOMi nuning water direct from Enas'nLd a am nvo longer under the care and rtec- -Junm III I l
1.Fw CROWR COR ExMAC eINES. J wIwth own vernand0I. 'Phoone 78-1.-- Rsaeroir; covered wa to kitchenEr tie of my husband. Frederick Charl e, SIAME KITTENS. iw'o m tl alo A U
manager nctuo l ,o conu tcon "ON B4aS'S P .,RES tases--e d 4oors) n 31 ..Yardan dd...iveDwhchsfsureni sestone by Success Vtioatreogte. .SadCedat, for sle RiPdvaronuse N'It,"unr
ae Ovrtet yer, as- ditlon yo I now,,PU Ill ror slea ELECTRC BOTE OLE w R S~n On.- Il ieves ntl $ad I ey4 04%0% -- PUrees i Bi eD l Bl waerd Gita&prvt e
40 cc o m x d utavat.ion .C Dr ai in S 1 L''t ot -o spaay.T L 821 5 ot l s pACEEL -OR W o e aN S Frg ~ seDCom nd e. blt y ou ei t a nl-onlycaf upmle d andm a.L dets -contractedng by hp o uidi gs. varm.












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and AplyBox L-202, One V TR K1, ne I-oot ltepladden. Ap hoy YOUN u LADY WANTS ROOM T. cppotntlben 'Phone 5010. Arepa Young. -June 3. Lavntile. PO RY AN I E
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IN LEAR NWHuITE LE iIOIIN MAS 01110K andeBcxbintr P-14c. Gcard Man. squ are.-ITOREmangoesacoco "nutsand o ther o LOST r undier the ears andpro nte. nlagn a0 AveUnue-June
on -13,.Istouch w+ it.h.... 1 : .t-- Mat-hing Eggs, On..La...rge... e Rpt. O nel lrui Bottreeos D wnontlt-rmise#there dofrbeH my hrebendF GE orgE Ray e.a.no A di__- -
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1)r NEWn. If y41oui aen' taeviii ee celt. Gea ..I+- r Box and .-Siay filed |airy, suitable for nure~ln home, att Bus. iwhoc I carorie n the bmimnees O a ppm- Bltna Cruloahn. abe havesg left my SUSINiEI ANNOUCEENT P A N C A K E F I
-o n adl for ststin work. Cheap aide MOusTe, Sit. Jo1eep R r Al ision p. I ra kry.ctom nstreet.Re ard.- AT ENTIO N!
fonvrnuV IeneS alsI telep9one. Call attached. 1ltuate at corner of
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fLeao ns a tout n o weako.loM our Three- Diuke Street. No. n a p. 9le Reaonabl ofr GL I1 CYR I NR AC EE, s antreet, yperom.i- Mo-(B tF f C s.
am~~~~~~~A p y 49aad d. rie hecee etrx o a. oh s S re t. SteAet, Juan* b t e n T O S a dHenry S atre t, ns rib. th lCA M vER A -KO A KNc o SA, Autogr a- B s t fo lu fy a I
ICKS. arred Plymo th Ro k (Par a) NU MEGS. 120. Pound Dona sI ILANDan withs.lMrg$1.dwreet, $an THEmaPUBLICl ono harebyboano Howa dedJthat ]I O f_


MTi T.- "IW-4 z Ii BI tln.-Jun l I. _Y __ :o ". .. ... .. .. b_ u- on Mount C Road. u6tq r ua< rm not und;r thi pto o X >u ._.. r. r. i. W n -
S -Sht i FO Mlll u) OAI-8T UBrL O, n r RAun s i. CORAL COTTA L Tobago, btct ( fr- om Your--.adsl, Tw-nilou-.... ... P bind. Dy am.r a-- I" ..... 0" ir *6"sa a .1.t14 "&awe
,m..t,. SA..,, TMVLT D.OUBE I X R J mgM "o 4=o1 b.e. _P 'J _.. ,was., &AdMixturelloouWlaot end Corn F
MaMMIERCX RULE TH WOML& BLADES (Ib per box dm too (2 pack Roson|t Clhmol aPn d-PoiWt.tree*""Aoffer.Its.repongi ,or *My deb or ts e. f .h.,.
AiSWDC7 t5e Gioa"nnd rB ftW to = of &). **Franilo,- of Duke Street- bow. states I Par any. A1194. M-804W B",M ul so. tractMd by him. boul.tt. It o a~tbe VSJ" IM EB-L ~ ~ t^~ -Bl- -4400 M U .-Al HOUSE A14D LAND* TOR XALR at Old ROmy MA0011AR, oqireens-.SS obtain strim to~ A A&Nl ni*J MkM
Jspotmo^-la ^" spet **- < is UWKI T L OVEY ONIUM SUITIL UOUIS 40- nan-TOR UTAOB SWUMI as St, Joseph Ie.d rrsabold prprwty, r jphmw"' mu = dit e ?UITk Lwrt 6" > g* a- A Mixture of Wheat and Corn ^F100
A-tO TB t ThsoW"-Mey 11. rMmate -o U nI M U M Apply No. 4 Petit BrL f Jt& aK -_Juno & B ob"
o L o. a. .,-. A ... else ...' 111..14001s1.,o,- ... Wto--..... ^ "12 ..... "--------- Powdered Skim M k, corn S
^S~Sthla swsllsa oolcHN #u..s^ '^^~ses---^s^ ^ ^ ani~ IoIP *it*R Vile R i otWimrm
10 ov'Ut LAND 1. 11412 4 RAMNAT., W UP OUR Soda, Phosphate and Salt YOUR
m u R i N R M R k O9B ThI o m as,- -+MAl l A 1D R O E. LoutsC R XII LA N D Santa C ruit,21.4 ad ds' M 1 y'
SVaid* Road. ? = ONE IFISINUQNATowl >tto e= PLIU A W1"M Ui /v" a- m 2 J?" $ |oook t* ... a, |s R | ., .
cofoo With s.l, .Practically new..y4" ..MW agabo ..66 mumum. at. bold-,.myself irresponsible fo-. r an ,-
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