Trinidad guardian


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


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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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0 .Junions Re pulIsaeroReAsEg ma
1,Heaviest Bombing H Ls
tion_ In_ Fierce Blows And 1
oN 21 Farench, coast from Calais to Cap Oris Ne early today with the oBy RS L LANDSTROM a O O Fs ol n
I'mu3t 1oJne1sk irtsigtaiesmahdeh
'lg rterS frm heaviest bombing of the w. LONDON, May u (AP)-Moscow
",s broken on The mightiest, blows yet struck 4 announced that fierc German at-
aor J J' the Nazis' vaunted west wall tacks continued on the bitterly a
th as s weet blinh thNiilih get r-tr wn I ag ocs b~el n wG n C a k I s e t u n a i l n
0 mud are reverberated across the Channel Jamaica To Invite contested battleground north af
theat e limke an earthquake echoing Trinidad Cricket XI. 1 aIn Rumania today, the Nai a
S2 KKINGSTON, May 30 (CP).a- datry A end eaid all I
not i peat blasts. the n targets ap- tacks were r d thheav
the heavy rains eared to be German long-range Jamaica Cricket Board of Con- lo esni o thn em sst illK
of the guns which often hav shelled the trol, considering the question Full meaning of the saul, 'To Velletri
1qe pwhich began on Tuesday, and
broke the six-week lull on the main Invasion Jitter Given Germans ay ramati
IU P' 1%:o:th Dover districts. of inviting at Trinidad cricket b o e t e sx w ek l lInt e m i
hils f~n The moon ard stars shone over team to visit Jamaica trnis eastern front, remained obscure. In ai n J t e G v nG rm sS y a af
eommuniquertells the Channel as a fleet of curtiss year, reports sufficient fnan- Eddy Gilmore, TAssociated Pre As Cause For New Street Battle Raging
other correspondent, in a deapatch from Te In Stron int
Shawe linked bombers thundered acrou the cial backing Is already assured Moscow said the Soviet Presserror W a v c
anese Ninoestrip of water, seemingly flying to cover expenses of the trip radio carried no stories from the
Nt hp.i front lines and gave no elaboration By RICHAioD KASISCHKE3'yDBID ER
wstraggers o than usual. and hopes when the invitati on the coDmunUN N3
onhenesr.aoorhloersie. rnda il ccp.Aimoe dLONDON. tay31 AP)T
up. lares were goes Trinidad will accept. Olmore saidh Nad thrusts German Gestapo pressed a fero IN ALLIE D MayQU31A ERB
hnese and the 'planes had passed from sight -- appeared designed at upsetting clous new wave of terror in Prance. NAPLE. May 1t G APn-s
*e pressigtheir Soviet concentrations in that sector Holland and Belgium with mau aih 1i. ft h Ar fought Germans. .e
inst the Jap- and as the unnatural glare showed A rather than the beginning of a full- shootings and arrests of patriots, 1 4 t h milh from Romea S
d Wera on the horizon, German ack-ack e.A Pick scaleoffensive, but addedit was on whom General Eisenhower 6he M6hth Army smashed t l
i were support- gunfire sounded. The noise of th is still tooearly to say definitely, Called for the coming liberation" t6 to 21 ausirlts e e t s the dr .
tkyina and MO- barrage seemed to die as the J D f A Berlin broadcast declared that rmiles. ', .b b tn t armi the dIa
te Ing up their bombs were dropped, touching off the aim of the German attacks was These ruthless, blood-curdling betw the two arml e alonV)
y o emm t reat fAres. doe o to improve Oerman and Rumanian crimes, reported by the French iisil l .se n (hw 8ix.)
Aaed aS at- The attack. like the four which A positions In the area, this obvious- Secret Service In London, offered Brtish troops advanced to
Seen unlikelY that preceded It In tha same region, A s .h i nm ly attested to the enemy's inten- new evidence of possible Jitters Llut..General Mark W. Clark, FIfth Army Commander, who oint lust aout of eoatal Pae m
esutd move forward was short As it was sharp and a wiion of making every effort tO hold within the armed fortress of Europe, narrowly escaped death when a booby trap exploded lea the Jeep uoie
ardsa little over 16 minutes after the the rich Ploesti Danubian olflelds and contrasted sharply with the he was riding, tride along battered strt of tow The German rad d dr
Lon, t bSi which he as riding stie along a-> sb-^ncd s tofA to" The German3^ ^ radios aid 1=
n t b began the 'planes began The "Trinidad Guardian" in- against an Impending Russian calm confidence evidenced at this between Formia and Itri, Italy, during a tour of seene o,0 tig street f fighting was innpraeu
p oa t "postqadron reeming back to their bas formed that consequent upon the drive, invasion base. troo' vantorlea. The street Is a link of the AppaWay m eVelletrAlban
over the Jap- Four key transportation targets retirement of Capt. W. F Watson, The British Press said that the too tor-(AP Radiophoto) Junt 18 mles from theasAppiwayo B ni Veer Aal
uirm observing Just Inside Oermany and the O.B.B. from the Sugar Manufac- 95 NAZI TANKS LOST Production Board reported that a oPho uncton 18 es rom the ai
artillery fire.Na is' areclous oil centre ot Ploesti turers' Association of Trinidad (In- the United States was producing [The B.B.C. reporter em
ed were h ing in Rumania were yesterday born- corporated. Mr. 0. W. Rochford ,Berlin called the attacks A w 'plane every five minutes, and Dhasses, Reuter says. that the
S the t and n hebrded by American heivy bomb- has been elected chairman. "large-scale operatidn" fully UP, that Mr. Forrestal, U.S. Navy Se- ------ -- r" i o.
ware tralind In ers In a co-ordinated assault from News of the retirement of Capt. ported by bomber 'planes and said cretary, announced that there were Te Kwing Says Thanks )IaI JStrononlnt to the end ut
i". and RoyEl the north and south which rounded Watson, who was one of the found- the Russians had been driven back now enough landing craft to carry t
fr As" offic" out a mammoth month of the ers of the association and chair- from strong fortifications onto the the entire Invasion army over the For Empire Message Si a Aare meeting very tough oppo-
L W- the n tra Allied seral Ppreparations for the man for the past 14 years, was re- river plain. The Germans did not waters to Hitler's Europe. Both tl ?oundath.vllagenf ?SuI
sectlo.m Invasion. celved with great regret by all identify the river, articles were significantly noted by His Majesty the King has non roun the vtl, ^rorter
P r e s e s T e o v to rV i to a n d t h e B .B .C o t
~amlslond bewee 2,70 an 3,00 bmber daed2 German tamnksu nde-8the pu rnch negoud 1 rentar of State for.the. Coln n ( hina ~.rave are' o, agis:dengI
ess AA combined daylight fleet of members of the association. They The Sovet communique de- the public, sent a cab!e through the Sec- lists some of the thi
Rut Chlndit forces between 2,700 and 00 bombed The French underground re- the
JapManese eomn- and flht e the attacks -planes had been destroyed during ported "complete ravaging" he retary of State for the Colon- men are u against deen aUl-
the beinUg d with theBritish-base 'planes aim- the fighting on the second day of Dordogne Department when the lee expressing thanks to the leys. concrete pillboxes
of bmo fmg at the vital railway yards of the battle and Increased the RuN- Nazis surrounded the town of RI- of
locek, the aem, Oalsnabruck, m hwert and san count of the damage inflicted berac, and "piled into trucks 100 eopl Trinidad dToba- CHUNGKING, May 31 (AP).- Na-i s. C
wcko Bothe Rm, AlOsdng iiab r y ol l ib e stndEectv-Ya (oNcl a zdiFood nd erchn die
^ tbt fe ia phon Tuesday to 95 tanks and 106 Frenchmen from whom nothing go for their reaffirmation of Mr. P. H. Chang, Counsellor for th N ZIS Clerng Rome O
tor.' theM ^ to,,, x.y annco n a co ugar, it Food And Merchandise
lay was cleared from Germany to the Nazi forces 'planes. more has been heard." loyalty and affection in an a pres Y conference today that the
~gwho are tr- uardiDNgthe Atlantic Wall. FTherRussianerbulletiny said th
o rel y the I e Al Wals The Rusan bulletin said there "All inhabitants found on the Empire Day message forward- Japanese offensive In Honan and
t he erica snmm Awprla2t bombed by were no changes on other sectors road leading to Riberac were shot Hunan Provinces and others which NEW YORK, ISay 31 (AP).
Alled% o o the Americans on April r s and although there were Indications on the spot," the report said, "and d by the Actn G vrnor: m v psnv -dler thColumban
Jdoseh Bl- Osnabruck on MAY 13, Routeran adbth rigropo: may develop soon elsewhere, have --Glen Stadler, the. Columbian
Jstatep. BoostandrSchwerteCome from various sources that a flare- the Germans set fire to a forest The cable reads: "Your tele- as their aim dividing China Into broadcasting system correspon.
circles t a bck into the cw a bomber up on the northern front may de- where many people were gathering gram has been laid before eastern and western halves, dent In a Madrid broadcat
cirlesItis ackino tewnwsds.ombrheoplewere b gndathver ing Majtsiy whodrdesbresdthat
rces tt ret after n three years. Soest velop soon. The commentator for wood. Thev were burned alive." His Majsty who desires that EmphasisinK that the situation s erman re r-
ceilvable that w e attacked byr the Ra.F, 33 the German News Agency des- The same day, the account con- an expression of his sincere was "'Indeed grave," Mr. Chang l aidyTaheGermaoe, eare- reW
waseattackedgby the RAP'. bt 33tanksxbesconv ofthis osidcthe JaaeetooeeacuateoRome.eclearine
move anything times in the first year of the cribed the last battle as "serious." tinued, 26 hostages were shot at thanks be conveyed to the peo- said the Japanes offenstves seek to o at tit ta
iS Mandalay war, but has not been bombed adding there were "local engage- Brantome, and their bodies left in pie, and in particular, the control completely the trunk line cut with the Ttalian capital
ed air at- s November 8-9, 1940. .ments In the Tirsapol area along a public square for 24 hours school children of the Colony. from Hankow to Canton to occupy food and merchxandls- atWm.
46 headquarters Bchwerte was hit 14 times up the Dniester to the southeast and r----------- .......... or destroy the ewly-bQlt airb"- ase s 1 1 -1 '
were d B to June 135 1944.] the Vitebsk area, far to the nath. "2 MURDERD and foresitallAn yhfutw Am'se t
l ytltylnat Ia "th- At St.etweene Hll 50 0y r on V e V alera alw- C- hina'* f "
sanaa 750 Fly or. He endorses the view that "the At Sts ontlnn persona were htead ar-pz
Myikthetresses and U LIIfirst alit-eeofethe rew Scets inIrel'ragut Of,4leN
piort oIlnrateney lin t 1lea summer offenlvo will COme Irom of a collb onit, n rpteathme
ajor il rn ery in the i st ab the area north of Prpet Belgium 20 were slain foran t. Changaha, capital of un atmoured units have had som
with the 14th tack on Rumanian oi l Installations Marshes and the lower reaches of tempt on the lives of two Walloon eieected vlnce, being threatned by a new of the worst fightir the.
how a few days since May 1.& the Dniester." uislings the Belgium News Agen- Japanese offensive, have ordered experienced In t%, whole Itel-
made yet an He also said that "German air cy reported the evacuation of all non-esentlal lan calmaigqn. The Oermans
effor t to break O OMTION VARIED attacks In the Kiev area show that The number of Dutch .atrlots DUBLIN, May 31 (AP),-- Early residents. have been employing their old
Ineffort to break the Russians have brought up executed by the German authori- returns showed that Mr. Eamon Heavy fighting developed as the tactics. lett'nor theBritsh
heavyetde aiealtn the
Imphl Plain The Mediterranean force encoun- heavy reserves and war material in ties in occupied Holland in the dValera, Prime Minister, and at Chinese tried h anceh tanks p through andthe
Rd southeat tered intense f tlk ad a number tarea near the centre of the l reached a total of 8 to- e six of his Cabinet members of Japnese forces which crosse maehl,'eun/nlng the follow-
attack was of enemy hters, but the fleet M ROC RD this eat week, were re-elected in the general elec the Mil River, second line of de. 'Ifant Well placed anti-
hi o m Gt rutnoeoed eastern front. day with reported execution of two tion on Tuesday. Mr. de Valera's fence 40 miles north of the proviAn- tak' ns then open up of
leaked com-ermy virtually unopposed in are unanimous In paying tribute to more persons for "sabotage." ianna Fail 'Party apparently has cial capital t oal e tak
&. It was met by the air and bombed through men- the services rendered by him to the Pre-invasion traffic jam along been assured of a majority in Par- The communique from Lieut.- Brtish isialtedtank. Tho
'RaJputana Regl. gre to moderate anti-aircraft are. welfare of the Trinidad sugar In- I Kill England's narrow, winding roads lament. General Joseph Stllwell's headquar- The enemy machtne-gun nesti
Over Soest the bombers were, dustry during the difficult and 2 M J lled was reflected in the highway cas- At standing of the patties terms said 14th Air Force fighters and gigrs are well sited In thlc
Outnumbered th able to maetwo bomb rusto be tryingpeidwchthabe
outnumbered the able to make two bomb rns to be trying period which it has been ex- ualty report which showed a more wvi: The Flanna Fall, 42; Fine attacked enemy concentrations yes- gr093 anti rowin corn, but k
r to on aAd -sure of htiUng the target pe riencing In recent years. y T r than 10 per cent Increase in per- Gael (opposition) 11: Independents terdav In all of China's battle site of this British troop
gain the flr From 20 to 00 American he- The oiowg resolution, pro- sons killed and Injtred In April five; Farmers, three.; National La- areas, have advanced.1
go It no fur- vosvatacedhromBriaine T ainnrhneiLihtnngsandWawhichat
Sviesattacked from Britan protect s y Mr H. Walker nd over the same month in 1943, whch our, two; Labour, one. Lightnlng and Warhawks at- TO reach Frosnone's outItItk
a broke com- d for the fourth consecutve day condedbMr. K. ndsa Grant itself was 10 per cent above the It represented a gain of three tacking installations at Tahln ihth Army troor Of LUtf
ranemen o more than 1,200 fIghters. One was-unanimously adopted at a Enrlght L. Dunnigan, an Ameri- last pre-war April. seats for the Flanna Faill one each in the Yangtse River bend. encoun-Grral air Oliver Leaeadven
I who bayone ted off possible fighter 'planes and rake recent meeting.cas: older.and ran anEast Casualties for April totalled from Labour, Farmers and Inde- tored 16 Japane fighten, shooting "enri aSiliea on avM0
woe being wou- the enemy at Luxutl, about 70 mlles "That, this meeting wishes to Indian of Maturin Street, San Juan, 10.497 which were 1,743 more than prndents. w down one possibly another anooiiwith the enemy g llng
e n wMulouna In occupied record the very great appreciation trck5eound dead on the railroad April 1943. Mr. de Valers, who called the dam oging two.
tranwe ooffMullomeembersci erren- o enh esde a y n igthe rad Apri94citielection last month after the defeat B 259 damaged a bridge at War- steadily under pressure. an omft
round the hills France. of all members of the services ren- yesterday morning. of the Government-sponsored paha on the Burma.Thailand bor. source ad.
of the loth eur- One American bomber and four dered to the Trinidad sugar Indus- Dunnigan, who was found at the 8C 'l Transport Bill, headed the Counts dr and also bombed Japanese Ing rL-A I .TOA E 5 COL. )
om flank fighters were lost yelteday tomn the try by Mr. W. F. Watson during 21 Pile post between Cumuto and an WaaSi Clar poll with 14,200 votes, 761 stallato at W lng. r A TUN
Jf~en s ,dn t forces striking Germany from the the 14 years in which he was Guanapo, believed to havebeen p less than were received last vear. believeto have
Suddenly, the British bases raids made without chairman of the Organatio crushed b the 530 a m. city-bound an r l Elre's neutrality did not figure
Ito a aeriae oppos3t~onyNon ain Triumphlin the campaign The biggest ur-
strane aerial opposition. No enemy 'planes presnting their Interests, and their e Grande train yesterday LONDON, May 31 (Reuter).-- rise was in County Cork where
t was the Our- were listed as shot down. very gresentingret therests, and the wil no rn ie ran yesterday hwho is p The b et -
h other in their [Reuter's states that yes- v gr be serving them n this bell ived to have been crushed by Wrsh uf a Canadian Escort Mr. William Dwyer, badly beaten
Aslonger be serving temfinrthisbelieved t have beenlcrushedrb
scfan temrday afternoon, Amerincan pacity." the 11.30 p.m. train from the city Group gained a fine triumph In the as a Fine Gael candidate last year,
r i n M'arauders and Thunderbolt to Tunapuna,-wa- picked upnear North Atlantic recently when a headed the poll as an Independent. A N N IN G & C O0 LTD
m. crosse the Channluel to the an JuLa River bridge. Oerman U-boat was sunk in a
attack three road bridges T ii Both men had their heads combined attack. The first attack N
over th River Seine A dro aning ar ered, while Dunnlgi, a addition, that the U-boat made was met by ews n &ur *
Ii-r rFund Straits of Dover was followed M fl^ Dunnigan, It W stated, wa charge attacks which forced the TU E ICD D rD
F ire.w Fund in e teprtr In the Motio F C u c ha itstated, was ch drg e atc s with dpced the T_
this a ft ernoony a thcordnuer- per ons or t oqual ocay another soldier with who e had a corvette spotted It, As it tn-
S Councillor Vlctor Bryan will ask been drinking. It i believed that LONDON, May 31 nAP).It was ......__ on covrthenewsthe
01Cotribu,! the "Daons 10 toe NAZI^ ; LOSES A RECORthe Aina Borough Council tmor- the was unable to find his way tojed i and scred other ohite tha t the o erans hav
ire Roelif Futhond Douing thL e mo nh intest ieD row to support the onropoal thate camp and lay down on the tracks which prevented the U-boat crew captured two correspondents and .
Wthaeln80i00 dua, ourensive, the bmbers anteni ,"facilities should bet estAolishod in. where he was found.afros manning the guns, twoI IDrh who T
: pO. o Biyesteday ortes ides troyed aorecord nubelrothe colonies for the training ofI Balkaran's body was found be- fromn gunrw-d s, twe U--oat pureacheeot ogralh teres who recent lE yA R
y eseda ye persons desr to qualify locally teen th tracks wth hs head a e hed al h he
hand, nk-of enemy aircraft-896---more than las barristers-at-law." [having apparently been resting on sunk by another destroyer. In tern to cover the news of the Yugo -__________
a the "i ly 100 higher then the previous He Is asking, too, that the reso- the intersection at the time he i spite of the bad weather some Ptir- sav Arm w of L aberration. swoyaI
hi aid o the Con- monthly record of 784 e--0tabiished fLutton be sent to the Colonial Sec- met his death. Uvivors were picke up. Prbeeih of "Tme" and "Lif"P
ot C- nOctober, 1943. rr and that he Port-of-Snain anageine, subsequently escaped. HEFrTH
g est ontr.bu. A total of 286 heavies was lost C/ty Council and the Arima Bort- "iJohn T alon, werh ih sthe bt

B, take the< Ing ytre h aitm high of- theipont f iew -~ Johnu w T albot, of Rote r U ist ill bae PR TETaORvEA T
from Bishop and 149 fighters, the latter exceed- ough Coubeil be invWted to support Slaee o

Vi^ :SMTI 0-. AW AT^'A cr^Sl____________ay31(A)__efo__eain A~ldpwnae BiI ryyt photographers whos names were tOK
tIton to ta e the s fig re do t hr Ieehle the rr po n v ew. Fou r P o wers Be levd oAtannouncedd pd otifia- DON'T USE
previous figure ofi 146 lost lat month. d o ur ote .lo.eM Ie .fn.e- DtNfT nFo

B atrSbiti"ns tO hailtory by savin Rom *trom det T,-., r uti. ra g dye oftetaey omtWsigo ovwln ogMH ra ain akn oU ii-ommte ofte :nl
!,,. 0 PES UNT A5.Victimi 0p~ PostinWar Pljan Outlinie-s Dsace on a sadta
)."..."... 8on or f "h da.a8 ."oo .. Moa e p e t ea the tographer wlfitthe nesex- IACIDS F COOKING
... 00. au entifeuriedenwere Chief Petty Of a. ,i
c............ c" 3ope OHldTRe aewlec, of the Unitern States Navy
I".0 -- Ryome IGTO sad l nt Max 1Slde, of
..0..0 meBe Trinidad Guda ore.d WASHINGTON, May 21 (AP)-..-The toure leading Amaed powers are British Army Film phaotographic W e hold a good stock of
Wdan A lad we an hpe lite dnt believed by Informed officials here to be in agreement already o n unit.
"" e WN M (- afo council Plan "PURE VI N EGAR R
isa M.I mw, I The Catholic Hierarchy of the ht as forh last Soturday night patclryteasrac fa dqaevoc osalntos
[i =. ... .6...... 6. Unated Stae. cabled Pope Plus anht beln Identified as John Mo- p_______yth___________ deuae ol o 0lto.Y ca
3.I~u jd restelon of confidence that the hemmed, 22. of NI Dorado Villagte, This is the major factor behind with-experienc Studied f"
[g -. iocl.lieet"rv military Ingenuity will Tacaridgus.. the -apparent feeltng of confidence growing aihe~r~ nd inset- D ~
.;,,a ssel7c~eisl nderc u vIe- Mfe was on the way to a wedding inhig iresta h ot-ig SYItintca rsss
is Meiiie iceof tory by savring Rome from destruc- at the time of the tragedy. ecoining 4Vahingtos conversations longS as'h great nations bcking it A cu-omitee of the Ti'lnia
... 10.00 tlon or further damage." Mohammed was- engaged to be among the United Sta~tes, Britain, sty together. -Ioeia Welfare committee Is ex-
E~sao ,,asetln tht te bst oure mrrid t~s ear HeIi urieRussa and Chn can make pro-I The5C natin., however_ Meod pl, ning the question of e,'blUshlg TABLE AND COOKING
is o'nsue A er~ gta the saeefsumnty, woul marre thre ist er anurid twb rotes rew toward an effective woild ftill c0O-Ol t tio of ea~ OOltlie a Cen Otral Yopth Council, the In-
At .,Int~a,, a00]be" Oanthopenae cityf hnmtdgeclara~tion,wo athe teesta Sdwob oranera. onto secut' picin tie opinion of Mi. 001m1 nu fomain Offiee announe yes- ______
10000., message took note that thi might --he bl--four inee --emobblyv lan Pri.efit..UboCm...t d *ard

S.... o fall, adding: "Earnes the will be held In late-sum-bel-or al e thistll el wil be Ie Pui "Uy AjeMmunlcue issued by the In-
Lie lao. bishops pleaded that our leadersS difteringviews u eO a 'iceptable Inthev ttDOMM. o 6nOicer states:
- they bear to historyItis Ital&Cpma be oue Initialyftsynh esisd Itl__ _e __ Cit.ewashold. DISTIUED ANDMLT VINT
bhus oquesm of how to draw upon
5000 ~~~~~W t .- '11,China, Russht&ia .4 3 try-as inerree at theStalt tee were apoited. M.Ct.'h*alerm wss.ndb i7, VLI FU J h oreo h O mre5 hnig nl' l-nMy S n wosbcmmt A
Thej t c ablegradranci pigedmby Tr ystWithWD,0., Map 2 the.force forthesUitedpOf saig future to of Ameressions gaf m corm-ined by ton Ma nwj- Bots. &u Wis 40
...... t"e'a^^W 8^1"1 onlS 's* ^ ^^ ^^ i/ ItBdto.o n_3- ots. 20/ d le 410/ "
L0-00 C oo ardinal Dougherty and Arch- S inpR De.tueU-& als th tyA At It
some 9c00bishops Edward Mooney, sme rnda9 =-u ewceet ndb te ari ain
206 Srb n Pt isSelmn GOGEON.B 01a"3.rimppreeilnl Sfuture throats to IOf Impressions gained bylPro=e or..d ,rMr. Lmtq lad Capt. WU!- "C O IG V :
.2- .0 Allied nations. -A ,ptbet"tragedy occurred at world order. "wooreelt at Tehea n "k fr to serve on to W C Vl
boiia ml: Anni Catherioe, West Cost. Dem- The British In the put have In- LMi womm i ttee to stuiy mthe co-ordia-
..... ..... er3ra. whea it i daWd two youn| dicated greater willingness to di e 4. t 4 oI5 ith te t ns' And itlhb .. (s unry swim Servce. 3. -
~2.. 00 Guifi1i a V e earl authority to an Inter- eA Wle welfare 2ub- mt-
Guianas JGovernors f-wt tha kdn AMency then the Oted It Is deliberately dU01gDod Sf"S te" was Woo srt up .mprising the
ft to f -TNaors b a 06 nlso t Upr e Ompeingthe
To M eet In B.G. totok no t o i na. S atS hasA.ts.S W W fo.e tofr. ----- n a.
Ib efw.Ug.lSAh. Mr. linma runmtJ
.... mu e Imh tOft, =ma rern t o tow- inot to pmA&de oiel A ato
B^UL1--1 irb Wq^ 3 on-sony^ Wons a^ setuot up ANNIra G k C ^H
"on - -- I- eo-," AWn ul _...
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Bad T&. Aoai The pmowh o o.rI& & rntionX o onw tar wr we
41aS Y*Ni .5 -W no" hUe UU a0 p andte Gin flarth lBw e r al-tOL may 2 the
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^tet 'aNoiep'b m~gtEpiemic.' Wir

-Uiml IV oWL 3. v. iMM t. -, epotly lDtNd ed of 1-
MIn & & m -glgMM t M nl fa Ma o5n'break b
oMnusw t r f tme jMippe'u mPP o *M Am it
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m =6t09aP lM Sb NOhrns
i r w in ridib,%g the ulawd
Mt dieftese. I said'that It was
Melybrilliant campaign whf
sM aved the Colony from seroum
^W~o^eSdasimgUw ebtir-
I .3' trfute, amnilMouly "600L.
||f WW~n bythe Mianitl
l&Wc riioaluto recommends
t Dr. Metver
Sa"ed to make a tour of Vene-
e with a view to diceoverin
| t m tre .we rebetag taken
s laart the disease.
Tracing the history of the disease,
*. Metlvler told members that Oe
ent epidemic had struck the Is-
at time when the transport
we~a ory tcutsa, and had
lose sulmate St ,OO.
The disee. generally known aU
lsickness.,b had been known
the American continent esnce
MD, Dr. Metivtier explained, and
Sfirst outbreak as retards hu-
Sbeing was recorded in 1932.
n the date of the discovery of
cause of the disease up to lat
qar. more than 1.00.000 horses
d mules had died In the United
rates alone.
g Outbreaks among human beings
goeurred from time to time, he
dand the largest of these oc-
In Boston in 1941 when
were 2.000 deaths as a result.
1t9 M1 the diesse broke out in
ombia and from Colombia It
d across to Mamcalbo and
of the western states In Ven-
It seemed to have disappeared
uently anid nothing more oc-
tin Venezuela until 1839-s9
the disease Wred up agaspin,
d the importation of equines
to this Colony was prohibited.
*As no caes occurred between April,
1940. and April, 1941, the restric-
tlon were lifted in April, 1941. as
,Oovernment said that working ani-
*atals were needed lAter, when It
*u discovered that there had been
o case for over a year, the re-
trictlons were removed and no-
Ihng occurred until 1943 when an-
*ther plague broke out.
SAs loon as It, we known here,
"setrictions with regard to the 1m-
or!talon of equine were again
Imposed and these were only re-
Slazed about ttiree weeks ago.
SThe disease broke out In this
*,Colony with Its recurrence in ven-
*msela during the heavy rainfalls
d floods In the month of October
IDr. teUvW went on to tell of
ZatoS adopted to combat the
disease and the eventual auocess
achieved. He praised the efforts
of MaJor Olllard and Dr. Pawan
who. he said, had rendered Inval-
ab assmtancem .
WN a show that Incidence of
te Mu dropped from 2a e Mes
in the fftt fortniht of October to
three tin the first fortnight in
March. In the seond fortnight
there was none and no more has
been reported since.
Consequent on this report, which
showed that the outbreak came
imultaneouisly with the latest in
Venesula, the Hon'ble George De
Nobrifga Inquired of the chairman
whether there were any arreange-
ments by which the Government of
this Colony could be Informed of
the outbreak of any disease occur-
ring in Venezuela.
AT chairman Informed tie
meeting that reports of outbreaks
were usually received but if any
further details were needed the de-
partment would get In touch with
the Venezuelan Consul who would
suiply the necessary information.
The meeting finally adopted a
ruggestlon by Mr de Nobriga that
Government be asked to send Dr.
Metlvier to tour Venezuela with' t
view to flndine out what was being
done there. The cihalrman. Indi-
cating his intention of supporting
the move, said that he felt that if
h- took it up on his side and Dr.
Metivier took It up on his, they
wculd have a double string end
would be able to nersuade Govern-
ment to make the arrangements.
Dealing with a question raised
previously In connection with the
prevalence of rats In Port-of-Stain
Mr. de Nobriga Informed the meet-
hiv that he understood that there
wtre large numbers of rats in St.
Clair, a district where so many
would not be expected.
Dr. 8ankeralll, Director of F.In-
Itary Services, held the view that
this was partially due to the India-
criminate way In which food was
being stored. Rats, he tid, were
not In the habit of going to a place
because It was clean but for Just
the opposite reason.

City Against

Use For Hire

Of 'P' Cars

The Prt-of-8:pai OoiCouncfl
ask daW Afternoona,~ t1
considered to a 13:25byt
Alderman X. W. Harris objecting
to licenmsing of private cars Um '
Ms hired coa and smiling upon the.. ....
ouncUi to ake step t roU gh the
Lieens ingAuthority to colc UN
difference aort p ud by the
ae aor Werons who a eD *an a a

p carsuers n hir oe atoned
ammdm~ Ooteillor a ,
a eereawt of wlohft ,g ,.'"

on -attr.
ho requests that the Colonial
Secetaryobe pased to Inform the
Council' fthe number of care own- We La Pfte Mues present
td by rpu tea i"garage which ter ad -amuel t bsparty a It"
Satm ei as with "e" number nlitut eanturday, June 8, it
te and whether the Council msal clock h above sto
sulmed any los of r nue be played. The clock wasea made
thereby. It eo th at tl tnhetl
lndesmamtt given 1 te Colonial
Secrtr be pia & before a the
Council Finace Committee for
such action a" might be necesasty.
doing attention t e fact.s,, ,,Mucuras ,t
Alderman Harris drew the Coun- uc r
number of taxi garages had be
on cars which were used for hiresT

prithed thousdImdatl ae 'P" liec platesonclur .0
a. practice which, he undersood,
had resulted in a lo ss of revenue.P is p edsif
Hs felt that there were other mat-
tat such e insurance which h-
should also be taken Into conside-
ration. The Port-of-Spain City Council
Councillor Quintin O'Connor sec- yesterday morainv devoted about
Councillor the motion. three hours to consideration of a
Moving tts amendment. Council- report by one of their committees
lor Kumar stated that he was not on proposals bv the Planning and
Housing Comm~ission for erecting
doing so because he was in any homes on tihe Mucurapo pasture
maky opposed to the motion. He and onl the motion of Cotncillor
felt however, that the information Vvisan E. Henry. seconded by
which Alderman Harris had given Councillor E. M. Mitchell. decided
them should not be that on which to wostpone further discU.sion to
they should Immediately take ac- a thie fixed by Councillur H. 0.
tlion. They should first endeavour B. Woodig. the MAvor.
to get as mtch Infordmtion ArSaP- Most of the discussion centered
sible from the Hon'ble the Colonial on ian anendineit to a recoinmen-
Secretary before taking any action datioi in the comrmnittee's report
that might be necessary, which asked that the rent to be
Councillor H. 0. B Wooding. charged for each home should be
the Mayor, seconded the amend- 8 t'r cent of the capital cost of it
meant and Itn doing sto expressed the Coutcillor Charles Ward moved
view that in the absence of env an amendment which urged that
specific Information they should hlie rental fur a home should not
not make any representations. He exceed 115 per mionth
felt that I! they acted on the In- Alderman V. R Vidale asked
formation they had It, was ouite about the school which was to be
possible that they might meet with erected on this pasture for which
a complete refutattion of it. He soace had been provided He
agreed with Councillor Kumar stressed that the need for the
that they should seek information school was urgent and that those
on the mater from the Mon'ble who were anxious to put up the
the Colonial Secretary. school should be permitted to do
Alderman J. Milton Thorne was so.
nf qppnlon that If they wrote the Councillor ReanJit Kumar felt
icehisng Authottv a for in- that Councillor Ward's motion
formation they might lbe Informed should include speciflcations of
that they were under no obligation the type of homes to be built and
to give t to them. He therefore for which a $15 ner month rental
felt they should make the rejueht was to he charged.
to the Colonial Seretary. Couscillor Oeorge Cabral took
Sthe view that in building these
houses Government was compelled
aroni ,td., nto look at the cost of the build-
C aroniReaping Ings and to place the rentals at
Se sod n Nears En such a ratenas would at least de-
Seasn Nears End fraexenJs
Alderman J. Milton Thorne sold
Trinidad Guardian Correlpondent. thi, his view or houslttu was that
CARONI. May 31-Caroni Sugar If things were properly run on
Estates. Ltd. will soon cease economic llnes in the Colony every
trinding operations at their sugar able-bodied man would be able to
factories for this year. the "Trint- build his own house and would
dbd Guardian" is informed, not be golng around hat in hand
Carters and cutters, labourers and waitinR for somebody to build
and drivers, are meanwhile lend- one for him.
iut a busy hand In the reaping ,f Councillor Vivian Henry moved
tre few remaining tons of eauate that In view of the arguments
cane before heavy rains turn the advanced against the report it
tracks and traces into muddy would be better to nostpone con-
grooves. sideratlon of the matter, This was
The estate is now hiring peasant seconded and agreed to.
helo in carting as well as In cut-
Ung and loading. -""---
23 VIOLENT DEATHS South Husband
CHICAOO. May 31 (AP)--An
Associated Press survey disclosed r iv
today that the four-fay Memorial Granted Divorce
r hold In ltoghha season's Trlnds d Guardian C arespondent
Sto igways. SAN FERNANDO. May 30.-
drawing thousands to summer otl,- Urich Douglas obtained a deatee
ing places, resulted in at least 3S1 nist in his divorce petition against
violent death. his wife. Mabel Dougias, byv Mr
Justice J. L. M. Peres in the Su.
preme Court here today.
The.HWn'ble Gerald Wight Mam- Willie Rodrigues was mentioned
ed lack of proper scavenging as the as co-respondent.
cause, a state of affairs which he
thought existed because of the
shortage of vehicles. He pointed
out, however, tr'ot Mr. Goldie was
Just back from the United States
Where he had succeeded in secur-
Sina some trucks and he understood
That jitneys could also be obtained
,4 It was finally decided that the
t matter'bhe referred to the City
Council for oonaldeuntion.


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k"MUie Through ftl Aa es"at
'light cnsert at Royal Victoria
my will take thelr ooe from the
t ,e century whom e=uke is to
by Victor Cockburn, one of their
era .

b winea "m s a" 0M
a a 0 ft 0 fMfk 0 to 00
WaS (*Wi br-k -ImHu
W M.a.a.W N. 0. 1 W
T"Ne Afrisom'e sCs CoamoeI
lSte a 0-wMInhr george (h
*Nei w rieleae by e- m~t *
Aftwr betrdi defeat of t,
mBOa111 OMc clabrat We
were there lb 00 'sa
to Make faa,
A mU number of members
wdere Deat it tnm
Cab alu bhi decided to bring a
Matienof Vey cimph *s Wedn, the
Objet lbeblao which we ob~tinc
vim thn to obtain an nreaM
In the city's water supply.
Ounomor CaJ pointed out
that the Government 'now was
supplying the city with 1,00.000
gallons ffrom the central wtWr
scheme aMd recalled that the
Council bed approached Govern-
inut Dow time ago rr a loan of
SUM to drill wells within the
ecty limits and that the request
was turned down.
Referring to the wells rUllled by
Government in the city. he said
thev all realized the necessity for
securing additional water for the
inhabitants of the city and they
were therefore Justified in ap-
croaching Government for that
Following a long pause the
Mayor seconded the motion. He
said that from the start It was
his opinion that it was Important
that everything possible to in-
crease the supply of water In the
city should be done.


-l tfbt -ae sqOPiy utuattie
ei~eb must ive -mus for elsor
tWo d a eme. This waeveaUted
the Wadam ef port-of- pab. at
ajim"ured mei-mo during a I=$
ww%. PM ioo wAMslua
irel's 'ge mr ae"rsli

City Cobbler's


Court Praise
Bernard ash, shoemaker of St.
Joseph Road, was highlyy com-'
mended by ,ir. W. J. Anare, Chief
Mastrate, or malting a report
which led to the arrest and convic-
ts of Vincent Hannibal on an
accusation of unlawful possession
of six paon of rubber heels.
Hannibal who had seven pre-
viotus convictions for larceny, was
sentenced to Aix months' impris-
Nash. it was disclosed, made a
report to the police after Hanni-
bal had come to his shop and of-
fered to sell him the rubber heels
for $1.80.
Hannibal's explanation was that
he was iven the heels by Nash
and Immediately afterwards he
was arrested by Coutaifble mth.
Ooflmsdhg Nasho M. 62ad"r
id credit to th e whole
community. Ir could have bought
these heels which would be useful
to him as a shoemaker at the

lie had made-Investigations ?aeap prise or 30 cents a pair, but
about the water ressure in con- Instead h reported the tter to
Most W.I. Students nection with the Convent fire and the police. t more
found that It was not as good as men ike him." concluded Mr.
Study At McGill It should have been at the out- Andre.
Su A Mbreak. There was, he said, water ""-
MONTREAL, May 11 CP) in the mains, but the pressure was Ragoonanip Gaggessar, a St.
-Sixty per cent of British insufficient to make the fire- James man who threw stones into
and West Indian residents fighting equipment as serviceable his brothers house and damaged
studying at universities as It might otherwise have been. the furniture, was ordered to pay
abroad are registered at Me- He understood from th- Superin- .$39.16 fine, costs and compensation
Gil University here, according tendent of the Fire Brigade, how- or serve two months and It days
to statistics announced today ever, that afterr about 10 minutes with hard labour.
One hundred and twenty the pressure was good enough to Oaggessar told the magistrate
West Indian students are re- make the fire-fIghting equipment that he threw a bottle at his bro-
uistered at McGill. eight in the completely effective. ther because he had Ill-treated
United States and the remain-" Councillor H. Audson Phillips their mother.
der in the United Kingdom. expressed alafm at the hesitancy
. -.- .-. .....- .. of members to second what seemed Offering a bribe of $1 to Special
to him a commendable motion. Policeman Joseph to induce him
H alth Resolti n Mayor permitted M. C. R. to release a prisoner whom he had
Iealitn Resolution Parrell, the City Engineer, to an- under arrest, cost William Barrow
s. power questions by Councillors $24 when he was convicted bv Mr.
Further P otoned which revealed that while one Andre in the First Police Court
n w.n at Cocorite was out of com- yesterday. He was also fined $20
Resolution by the Hon R. mission the newly Installed pump or 28 daYs for using obscene lan-
Wight on thie subject of the Col- was not working to capacity be- guage an4 for assaulting the
on. 's Medical and Health tiervices. cau.c it was considered too mu th Police
which was postponed at the last of a risk to do so. it being In real- -
meetlng of the Legislative Council itv a stand-by, and If It broke Francis Oomrnes, an iasern Mar-
will not be dealt with at the down the effect on the city's water ket meat vendor with two previous
Council's meeting tomorrow, but at sunoly would be very harmful. convictions for profiteering on
the meeting On June 16 Instead. The City Engineer also disclosed pork, was yesterday convicted by
The resolution, ttwe Information that the Corporation's engineering Mr. A. J. Hamilton and fined $84.32
Office states, which would ordin- department had not yet been able in fine, costs and compensation for
arily have been dealt with at the to try out their new scheme selling 1I'lb ot pork for 90 cents
Legislative Council meeting on which It was hoped would improve I instead of 72 cents.
Friday. June 2 has been postponed th city's water supply.
by Mr. Wight at the request of L Convicted of receiving two ban-
Government, until a meeting of gle.aI d oolabir was yesterday or-
GoPrnenetng o rt ivrvn dared to pay $32.80 costs Or serve
the council to be held on Friday. saVa d s, itao nat
June lt; o 30 days' Imprisonment.
Resolution calls for the appoint- U.K.O
Jue If. m ~ e f ir n ta F o r U .tK O n H o lid ay Decib n is c nduct 0. < s-
ment of a committee to frame a
definite medical and health policy Thas"Tr tidad Guardian" under- graceft Inde. r.sMJiAirei.
for the Colony. stands that Mr. 0. "i in traer- Ihed First Magistrates
Port driver attached to the Harbou ot et Randolph Le.cock to
EngtdrineersDeartmchentot, lbeo ail for two months yesterday when
Engineer'sDartment. will be h convicted him on accusations
leaving the Colony shortly forof onitdhm nacutos
of'disturbing the peace by fighting
Soldier Husband Gets England on holiday, and assaulting and beating Albert
During his absence his son. Mr. Graham. He was also ordered to
Divorce And Damages A. B. Larsen, will act for him. pmpensation
Mr. Larsen has been connected ieoreThomas who was accused
Award of $25 damages and costwith the Harbour Engineer's De- of 'fightg with Leacock was ac-
was made against Albert Smith, a oartment for the past six and a qulttMa
Boilslere Village painter, who was half Years. Leacock. it was alleged, assault-
ried co-respondent In divorce ed Thomas at a baker's shop one
urocedings adjudicated by M. N T followinan argument which
oJustice Erc Hallinan in theHaltook place between them. They,
of Justice yesterday. satdt ih n fe hywr
Petitioner In the case was As- S saturday parted Leacock threw a bottle at
vairo Antoine, of 41 Alberto Street, For aur y Thomawhich broke andfell Into
a member of the South Caribbean dough valued $1l Leacock then
Force, who obtained a decree nisi Trinidad lGuardian C nst dough valued $11. his heaock then
against his wife. Leonors Antoine, SAN FERNANDO, May 0.-Rete- a bOX. because he had parted
stated to be now living at Long conference of the Naparimaaur
Circular Road ring College graduate fratern.tem
Antoine. who was represented by y w l be held in rnt Hall here This n unwarranted attack
Mr. Louis Wharton. brought the Fpaturof the morning s essln, on this man. there is no excuse
proceedings in form paupers. which, all graduates are asked to for your behaviour at all," Mr.
Mrs. Antoine, though entering no attend, will be a discussion on "The Andre told Rudolph Seaton who
defence, gave evidence on behalf Changing Ideas and Ideais in pleaded guilty to an accusation of
of the co-respondent who was re- Teaching," led bj Mr. S. 8. Gopaul: assaulting Tobias Phillip.
presented by Mr. J. Algernon while in the afternoon session, Seaton, who walked up to PhJlllp
Wharton. commencing at 1.15 o'clock to which and gave him a cuff because he
__ __ ~ the public is invited, Mr. Ralph was standing near to where he
IAltoo, recently returned from was speaking to a girl, was ordered
WACS IN NAPLES Canada, and appointed on the col- to pay $4 flue, costs and compen-
NAPLES, May 31 (AP) -The legs staff. will deliver asn address. saton.
largest contingent of the Women's 01
Army Corps ever seen In the Me- .
diterranean thsatre-32 officersand USEFUL VT' iV a
t357 enlisted women-has arrived USEFUL HARDWARE ITEMS
.In Naples direct from the United
States. Shovels: Round & Sq. Mouth
_Tower Bolts: 5" 7" 8" sizes
..- -C. -- hain Bolts: 7 a" 9" 10" sizes
SSpring Hinges 3" & 4" sIsae
Masons Trowels: 9" 10" 11" 12" sizes

sWe I I IM MateL,.. At J ,ril ....

Vith and Without Handles 16" and 18"
Also- Replacement. Parts For
Perfection Stoves



ZIPPR (Reconditioned. Ke out
lam~ -- OMMA-
(New an Reconditioned)
PIEC GOODS and RIMNANTS A ,Heemka.e ld
NAILS and PIPS m eas-,>,n St k.eqM -
TOOLS (Farm and House) I anW @m e ,. wemmein Zn,.ii. Ves
OOvERJ4MENT SUfRPLUSES SI '.we n atman2T..!4 k ^

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A Musical Evenilt

9, queen's Park Wet, Port.SMt

at 8Le Pm.

Stage Singing and Dancing by voluntary/
of a group of young members of the Club. .c

Refreshmeits will be Sermee

Admission 5
N.B.-The Oranisine Committee would arels,
Members will brine their friends.p

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wartlewiletinS 9 $31 Staneeaverisn m8as iv. TO lwa. UPOB oattIin -025oS
c~M )~r 1*ontrol effectlv. Pie to tet time over the 'mued states wth red agnaeed by m-t aSS d water courses In"
C-oontr0l durinlK most of flts. vloi. ti an sE3Sllin In the Price I tolie with the previalem .l a 5d $15.54 fO~ flt*113
work i mong c w the exporteso ufiss 5tinAeslton haS ttwn Wa shoo Itoiu bingor fthe B5 pwtt*lt
-~t tptyeS S? Ili*C01 te olit, l~e~trad Ui tedSaosww ta ct nomre w than16B0.AUraiSSrW 4' and pof elts atl to e
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tlieaeevoonw thuien 3 to, d ,- , ut-_Mas
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01h,1101; love l .oa11TOntto io hasnt o epoth an ,Z110to th ringrthe mm, mItMIfor -
ms w o being s e x2resoure a d pr^liaedw iththem RedoCross Society
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|^t~0 bMirtmot^so. ins native ma.r'"kets when suieplie no ^n si~an S.The preinl OlectS $,U

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rA111rom18111esources, a m t~o o 62 o twprh~e~,rsaye.fica taeet

a 9ivl-o o w 30 per cen t QAC4. "200% primv .Repi
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Wtied cive in crucelal inriMd whe n end condition of this lobal to Mexico a tavn1 o a rund collection beiaf
11~ s, tro cssiolyat crsssofaiieraunas ddioletional postno

,.ubcnthere was f e veryreasro n t cr abra war i lear to anyo-ne de alin in 4,000 wa achieved throui mat with $,199.1 t
rief p aScent of pie te riS o ept iaesf auction In prtim .W The list I follows:
oi nlh curtailed *Upples and stronl de-P SECLATION CHECK qu1, esine ere. htfm Oua V o., an. .
frp u erOwadbtio d sI l wtere, ae. t g lY school for Gir; 12.13
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fe t o.h "Prior to the start of export "Since Pearl Harbour, t r cu- shipments eremue ....
atl n e u ri e control, export Pices were 'ly, condltions in hemisphere x- fMs. onw. Maw ti.............. 1.oo0
inebple underyin ruin1 more rapoily than domestic market have afforded extra- SAVINGS MAD.E Mr. ilnaie DonUCons Sub-
"ooperatin de prices. This gnerally happen In ordinay opportunities for the pro- au. HOlleco fr. ,0.7
after the RIo wartime because report loliat iodn nteeina speculator. Normally, the "These examnples indicate tat Mi Jnnhfer Law-Samle of
ti... .. .. .. .. .. ..eo. ery. a. . nd. . b- ".. . . .... ............................
th Uitedle tir e bca omn evrysc" are z the bul k of United States exports considerable ving hav been Mi ........................ ia
en ve o( m au s the wv t, et* % to the other Americn republlac made on exports to the oth Mr. Ji. Wo .......................... 1.00
ring of mnaxlimeum kets are more speoulstive than consists of mznlzfactured goods, American republics In apeislo eae M. 0. i ..................... 12.05
dy teItve ex- dnsln e marketsesr rom Janual, ry t m utomobies to type- where prices ve been tve W, u.B Maufactu.r Life in ,
aydey timein t h% 1941 to Mas 1M92 the un it wrva tel together ith basic hidu- ed and questioned by OPA. Iow- M. 1 camatcho and Sta ... .00o
e ti teof edporitsa theatsrd.bithe tralma tesrcas ands capitl goos. ever, the chief Ovnt come fr A y (t Mr. .
epoy eunciated United States Department Olpndtriset producing these oods the peat n joritto o eM where cui mploye............. 0 ;.
S t conference ommere rose by 33 per cent. and miteral largely have been prices are held strictly In line wtn a .
Seurd Wholesoale prices 4n the United r- d to arwtr since parl domestic pric ceilns and retuar e d .. pu ..i (coi.ietaIton .
maximum States in contrast, advandymo vr ietnl ftalcon lsta
tlOn was drawn. It owr cent, in the d i' our. With European supr r uher InvestIa!Ion by Ca. praer meetiv Indian Tern-
I ljgwee mateEeIf wetnta ucssi ep-udrte boi lspl ndalpethes esvicamountift iohW S pi, Aia........... sion0

peWeidMe xe ri e sfo sources also largely clo d, W s 1mount r
foa pric I 4a of the Deprtmentiprioes Latin Ameritoanarkets have been the agoregate nofcmao calcu- [coeti sb
e p so T h oa s t .er Dep a rtment of net r e s c le ar t a nyone d of $ 0th t = re a* wt ht D2,1s.1
eor c K index of unit value ot export t dopfved otf Ieat upmtef oun- late acurtely.Iut there y tRl us os
ris o ~ d ub tia sms cnsderng th Mss reialad, ..................5 53.22
nrS1sun overstate the r ie of nrlces, It e ported oUds. Without control subnetipl (u se, monlder m WoK A ... n
toPexortoprice cotartol export "ic er Hror ~tcu hpet o VnAth ............. 20

stth g true that in the period oriexopor t prices fron m tihe United Itht totl exprt......... from ......My .0
Unite ge to export Sspdle control extport ittes there Is little doubt, that United Nthea to the other Aeri mor Junior .t......T.
tiau deea-MIb- romelati-ely ton America under thce. condi. a rather high level compared M.uI' ^arI )(clloclone a ** .31
I S "Con trastin with th rewtouvlyld have risen sarply, t ry.-a trade desit. the an oniT Room ". 13.,0
ll esteugi collections frMr ,0

e Of thi regi- fast ris e in export priea In 141 Actually United states prices shortae of goods and slpplnE. M. A. d n ui coiieciun
w ie rS e g c o o l he l n taMrs. I, C. C. -obon......... ..1 .
astheUa nd early 1943 was the sbsequent of .ndu-treb lgoodS have been fair- s nco -operatlonewith A to a Canni ns Tea. oom. .. .
o pr movement of prices under export ly stable und er Price control. Titc make export price control effective, Mrs M a. oJ 5on iale 00
rs tn neighbour- price control. In the nie movtle 1 wi notably true of steel and other exporters have exhibited an atti- powers givn by Mrs a anrtSn 1. .00
far us It was ending March. 1943, which may be industrial materials which have tude of enlightened self-interest. as Preor Fnd Brown (proceeds
Swithinm the consteres the initial eriod fv a wrted little in price the past two well as understanding of the te from(hlrmnse by st. Joh n
8ld States price over-.a export .prce ontrol, the years. On their share of the r- damental ptoicilea and PUrpot C.t'foil)..c 00 -o
T. G. uayasuayere No, 5 Club
el United States Bureau of Labour duced upploue of these goods avail- of the ood Neibour policy and (procModi. from duce.. ........ O
Inter-American Statistics index on wholeS able for civilian use, the other the system of Inter-Amen.caaicol (ocd fromo
L o nf rcentol rices roseby four per cent Aan rl M ha w ma de lube tntlal oasi e unite ag ( r si r .. .*
twhen the Rio on the other haod export ............. tinp under exor pre control, the Americas, dlreet4^ towed to- "*om ~ttee ;wSM from
+~m. A, l~erai eldBTwcaUboitdtola on the mvaiw taex lopmnf sitratct r-OUr- uo+ -t Rio ciuo) ............ *T.s
e-'hcd sbeen t othe Foreeos port prl.n the absenceefprice anddefcne ot th hevin in 5te, M a o alse- Co.. (pro.-
Aimal x ime. Stteiosio Sntarastdvon ced by convertel- ld have ontt-uedPtoi p 1c p ce ,i n gc a fom-cPcllctio nsC* at
at war per cent. n other words, the advance the pat two years as sup tory for the United Nations ar l nd..............................
r Mae record of export rice under n ce plte o became progresively amallers thno development Ooif hemshere ntrom Nobil cnt.en .............
Sor t control In period was re n relatoto demand theteep resources and expansion of ter- -.
m P rieg ovood h rtmtf nbso- s in Aprice ofindustrialvboden lAmerican trade portends further DNsDION',s
lo hafo nlsy"l' scale and relative to the move- the frt world war is a remainder of wth of trade within the het T Pi 0 Vork .
foveersatel men s holeaerice. wt gtrtede. Wi thoatc n rd wlo hern t yoa wdasduys after wtha s, .. ... ......... .. .00
tra uanwa ai nsc a nutye-ala IIb available arlleler eMISS. Dos i eltll Guiana 3.00
to warwork.ONUME AID serly on asu steel scale for civilian use. The final Trinidad Turf Club (Easter 2a p.
Afetti n a en poetn ie nth ettoyas a-we ~~e beo Mr.. I Mre s .1 ee|.... .S
aSdit e d to J wustil h e ct i r on trol "P thesw export price con- fruits of the unique wartime omnW- wVps ae .............. ... ,:o.oo
United/ state s to exporthv price control hs r export tausIn littledt rolhof export prices by the United rrS J. Walker aton. iarbados 0.00
Saterlm expendi- t uti enr hr ben g protecting trol has been carried far beyond tat will be attois ned in v e t- Dr. Mur o .....
atlrs ml fSinai consumers in the other Amer- anything attempted previously, war trade and Inter-American re- ..'s Te .. 1.
oSe tahios-s I aC from rptu a ldr ighe r The administration of export price hatlone, wen more wdM wl be $2.62.3s
toex-s pranices oayno2t be demonstrated control centres In the Export-Im- avariale for elvliWn purchase and PIUsONnRne or WAo UNmD
'. lI et statistltelly. There have beenmany port Price Branch within tle office demand win continue Insistent L I. D b. ina. .... 5.00
res aur o complaint In LisnoAn erica of of price AdminIstrati on The Ex- for years aftee war producUonha Ji d0 M M. rnaS. .r.obsen. f om e 0 L
oar h riS- excessive prices on goods t nported port-lmport Price Branch has a passed Ite peak race won by Tornado) . 0.00
s f I l from then United States dgsphte staid at work In the office of For- elh Mr. 3. Hi.rreP tprone.d( from
n wie ontol control of export prices by the elpn Economic Administratioen. p ars w b fppn ............o 3000
th osdrdteIs nitaderioeftertul.t~s huc)2-0

itea re United States, Ths is undtnd- which processes export licences. a. .. "Ad..
inter'AmericStable., Price control must op &Wte These investigators shtc h prices yTndsdtem ofAm S f tvr Ims 0. Daloceeds from
0 .. ^all along .e line from producer red Ms .A ikine........0N
4 repcsnto l re ultmate buyer, to assure ri o htavne.mInadesubst Bi g $50 Fine A.ODis A tincSu .
,ntheeRIO Oe- the full behefit of price conolsnu check premiums and charges for Biilgi. dire1;t.ward111- ,+ a"frgsfo
Seed .-- effec1, are* the final Whlen 1o045 export expenses.. ... They' compare $50 xso -"i[o IIII
Still mer d-'---- are scar.ce relative, to..deman~d, final invoices with prices submit- T rinidad Guardian Coreesopondent U7iij V5~o rcso hr lasi epainfrtdI xotlcne.Weepie A~U a lAc r. K. P.1 g e .1
ISLYet thereIs t hC'e l e.iwepot la es totpbtuo ed In export licences Where prices TAOARTOUA Mav 31-Accused it. -- *.=
etat o morem rniseen o enterwthe i noted on export licences seem ex- tAria by Constable oseot nsor a Juor o ale. u cT.
trtiiedclnt b ontrl ol aexp ort n tiofuavin to cl ub) 0..C......(.Feb... ... -L 43

produced worthe- utlve procn 'nheat r heap- cethve in terms of domestic a rice Arouca, of hav int registered Ms a MAri tl)... (
--m beca e pogwesivly-s allr tme dvelpmen ofal h 'S mas. M1ri Ca nteen) .. ............ o'

sakes an~~abe pen -n pas wars. It h p- ceilings e, or under the Maximum tyres, Egbert Lau, of Port.of.8pan, enior a Junior StaefT T.L .L
ftt?.Americ--. penein thi.swtr too whe5 re xporet Price Renulatoion. a recom- was ordered by Mr. Keith Gordon Aso Gesn (S Mar, s ose
t akeenOer mtarkb go, not ef.fnctive a r mendaton pIs made to ftA that the to play me ia r serve threr D-
04n M, ltea le nthe dine. Nevertheless, lmers are atoplication be turned down. months. he .Fh,
-Ody Or'mnyofwos-P indications th. at export, price - Lau was reprimanded tead d1.- I .yo.,lr., .
rft ol has brought sUbaal re- u BIG POLICING charged on n acusaon of aeM ---- -
lesst restrai rising quirint tpor ttwith t a permit. WO A. ll t u an a
inhelpl:nls willbe availble on aOaver Mr

caacty Cnne of the most crItical supply control depends upon do-oprat io Falling to satleffthe magistr MP. Mays21.C)
w a riwo r e d e n- ti v ea o p e r a if roiti o fst p ric e -e m e m . .. o f th e
dvreffects Up p ioidte con from exporters There isx no brt gpr when accused of unlawful pores- t it he0omte
0010i-atthsondha beninprtec-ting re.o,. . . .beeng-. arrie d fga~ rgabeyondsgnst ates ricltrl b ItooIn t t aciites 0o

o teradtion-l"Reasvely the rise to prices, i for export price csrt control. e a Mactram, of Re hiher education in the Brt
i 1 price Cannot ...e"d.. price checking of export lcences Istate, was ned $80 or three Wet Rds arrived here yester-
i 1 110nw ucam ...........e, s n hoewn. the pBrepondc i nt ma- months aI. heeded by Mr James irvlne.
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Nam Drive Breaks Lull
|On Eastern Battlefront
T'=U objectof the new Oemn drv
begun ast lin Rumania the day
Before yesterday ts not clear, nor Is there
Anything to dsow whether It was actu-
aly InteMnded to be the signal for a large-
as ae operation. It appearS, owOsr. to
ber all the mwkb of previous Oman
effort since the Red Army halted the
Aft massive Nazi offensive In 1941. With
the Wehrmacht no longer able to under-
Stake large-scale offensives along the
whole front, the Germans have once
Again exploited the tactic of concentrat-
I ng men and materials to obtain supe-
Aiorty on a narrow front, in the hope of
securing a break-through.
S The attempt at lasi has; however,
been a failure, for Instead of piercing the
Russian lines the enemy was able to
Make only an "indentation" ft the cost
of heavy losses In men and materials.
Neither the Russian nor the German re-
Sports are revealing, and while the retl-
cence of our Allies is in keeping with the
Policy they have long observed, even the
Enemy Is not claiming very much from
San operation which he describes as being
on a great scale. One German commen-
Sateor, at least, has said that the Wehr-
macht's objectives were achieved; but if
that were so, those objectives were cer-
tainly very limited, and it m clear
that they were not worth the chest.
S It Is fitting in this connection to re-
Scall that it was the Germans who claim-
Sed that they had started a summer ofen-
sive last year. But far fom their effort
bearing the dividends expected, It merely
- touched Off the biggest. Soviet of veMh
f the war whch did not come to a and
until sx weeks ago. It can be expected
that caution will be a feature of the Ger-
mans' claims If they should again at-
tempt to strike the first low in what
may be a decisive campaign. We may,
however, expect theenemy to be very
chary about launching offensive opera-
tions, for while he is still capable of very
powerful resistance, the performances
of the past two years Indicate that he
has not the resources necessary for offen-
sive action, particularly when facing the
prospect of invasion from the west. Thus,
It Is no coincidence that many months
ago the Wehrmacht announced that It
was fighting a defensive war.
The Germans may be hoping, by such
assaults as that at lasi and near Vitebsk,
to delay the Red Army offensive or, at
least, to test Russian strength and dis-
cover the placement of the main concen-
trations. The enemy has been Wspeculat-
ing on the location and direction of e-
pected Red Army assaults and he has

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Philadelphia Conference
Writes New Labour Charter
.T= .thadlhia- 'Charter reant ly
drawn up by the International Lao
bow Conferamnce heold In the city of that
nmime is a dO mOet whtch may have
much significance to the economic li eot
the pot-war wol conference was
mldofflal, for It had the support of the
Oowmrunts of nearly 50 participating
nations, and Its findings may possibly be
considered in implementing the Atlan-
tic Chaarter. One of its chief recommen-
dations s that working conditions, hours
of labour, and wages must secure the
permanent economic security of manual
workers industry. But this will have
to be considered in connection with
means to put industry on a basis that
will enable it to meet these terms. An-
other recommendation relates to a stan-
dard cods of labour rules, enforceable if
necessary at law.
Provision is made for an internation-
al inspectorate to see that the charter Is
not violated, for the delegates were ap-
prehensive that countries with low stan-
dards of living might take advantage of
others with higher standards. Japan
was mentioned as a likely offender, with
her notoriously low level of living and of
commercial and industrial morality. As
an enemy nation she was not represent-
ed at the conference, but the charter
will apply to her as well as to Germany
and other enemy states after the wa'.
But the Philadelphia Charter cannot
be implemented in a few days or weeks.
SIts success will depend upon the proper
organisation of labour under intelligent
and responsible leaders, capable of un-
derstanding economic conditions, and of
making a right approach to industrial
problems--leaders who will inspire con-
fidence in the people they represent, and
respect In those with whom they nego-
tiate. The right spirit must be shown
by both sides, for there is much to
achieve in the world before the purpose
of the charter can be consummated.
In the British Colonies there are more
than 300 labour organisatlons, and It is
interesting to note that British Guiana
has the oldest trade union in the West
Indian area. But trade unionism often
works laboriously and clumsily in these
parts, not so much because its members
lack enthusiasm, but because of Inexpe-
rience and dissension. If the Philadel-
phia Charter is to mean anything to the
West Indies, trade unionism here will
have to show that it can fulfil the re-



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tUs that be-Mr. Juln--would be DMr&.Msn o-W i
a valuable wsoet to any Uch organic. f 13 -a
& ftsfn day, bas bow radede in m
At the flrst public meeting held mat esoneet I& em olsmIns.
at St. Oa'gS all these people I nth arllad Mr. awryrow.
were on the patorm, aw well As
many oter romnent ladles and ho b being esed iL
gentlemenn of Grenada. Most of GsJge's by Mr. W. X Julue.,
h =m s; tncd Marryshow W.LN. soahm-.. N ,*sft 6 0
and ,uf. After questions were 1,
asked we-the apostles-then sug- p-wa
gted that If the audience were By T. ALSIET MAXRSHNOW
atfed with what w explaned I think It will not be out of police
and felt so disposed they oow move r me toa my a word to readers oft
a resolution for the formation of "Trinifdad O rdian" touchng
the Party and further, nominate and o the great-to-do baere and in
elect provisional Officers ThI they Trinidad with respet to the gene-
proc eded to do in a constlttutonal ral election ino Grenada.
manner. That the least and Ow lowest
Obviously the first office filled person should have the right to
was that of Provisional Chairman vote freely In an election for the
and President, then Secretary etc representative of his choice is the
etc. and I make this as a cat'gorl- first "I BELIEVE" of my political
cal statement: At no time was creed. That goes, too, for the
Mrryshow nominated for any ofprinciple that any tsindidate must
the offices that night. Mr. Marry- be at liberty to contest any seat
show was there; and the gathering atbylierty tonn stan s-
was a fully representative one. In and, by the same token, no exist-
wsafalt hepreolentatri son e. I frg Member of Council should feel
fact, the people wre so satisfieduL he has right to seat In the
that during the ensuing days our Legislature on past services alone,
hands were filled and among the if past services are not in line with
callers sere the denomin ti al known requlrevsents which can
leaders; so much so that the Rev. only be served by ability of up-to-
Father Bowring dealt with h the eer a lty o up-to-
anedtoia heenuigdate promne
meeting in an editorial the ensuing No holder of a seat In Council
Saturday in the Catholic news- should object or show pique if, On
y^ om~nrshoDwu Bld ojct or Shw piqe ton
parwnr the Commentator. the records, his services are open
I was, and am still in a quandary to question. He should welcome a
to understand the whys and where- contest In anyoue if on gh
forces for this seeming neglect or- cnts I an tM s f o hi gh O
reluctance of the people to e-ven round att may be the means of
reluctance of the lpsoPle to 'vn calling upon him to render All C-
nominate Marryshow that night calng o hi towrde r a c
and I am yet to discover the reason ount of his stewardship or. on
why. the other hand, to submit to the
In a recent letter addressed to acid democratic test of community
the West Indian w. Marryshow confidence In his work.
admitted that It was suggested to I hope I hwve made the point
him by a member that if he joined clear. To every voter, the supreme
the Party he would be unopposed. right of choice. To every candi-
This he did not do nor did he give date, the privilege of contest. I
any reason why. Whether it was have fought all my life for these
because he was hurt that no one things. In this connection my col-
nominated him either in his prea ours are well nailed to the mast
ence nor at any subsequent meet- with no rope and pulley methods
ing., I am not IR a position to say. about It.
Whether It was because he felt
that as a veteran he was entitled Secret Method
to honourable membership I am
not entitled to answer either. Conceding al that and more,
Whether it would be correct for poltics should not, however, be a
the people of Grenada to tell nati, hw r b
us whom we should oppose here m-erl domain. In politics
or vice versa I cannot answer te is a great gum to be played
either. What I do know is that I that is divorced from gambling su
am supposed to abide by the dec- the night the day. Politics should
xlon of the majority In any demo- never be like playing poker, for
cratle party 'nolens volens" and instance, with the ace in the hole,
what I have experienced is that no and where the win is to the best
matter what attitude I adopt in bluff. Politics, let me may,. all
life I am bound to make enemies; mean cricket In which "a good loe"
hut, so long as I make those ene- is better than "a bad win.
mies by doing the fair and square If my good friend. Mr. W. Jullen
thing I shall have the satisfaction told me something like this from
of knowing that those enemies are the srt: "Il am going to give you
disloyal at heart r. a run because you are too tame
Now. may I tell Mr. Ubiquitous, nowadays and have given up the
Mr. Gomes and Canon Farquhar violence of frontal attack ogalnst
th&t I did not know Mr. Julien but the enemy,' I would have been
knew Mr. Marryshow; and when the so glad to put the opposing view
first named sys that "we made the to the electorate. First, as to whe-
unfortunate error of exaggerating their there Is an "enemy" today of
within our perspective the Impor- the same shape anid stature of the
tanoe of certain political neophytes past, and, if so, whether battles in
whose zeal outweighs their discre- any event are always won on the
tlon" he is misleading the Trinidad sole principle ofa stone-headed
public. frontal attacks. Whether, too, the
However, assuming Mr. Ublqult- West Indian strategist of the times
ouu is correct on the point twhitch must not accept help from all sar-
he isn't) then he will have to blame viceable allie even strange alues,
Mr. Marryshow for this: for It was in the name of a common cause,
Mr. Marryshow who told us what What mystified me to le seret
a fearless fellow Mr. Jullen way In which opponent went
was. while he was a member about things with all the elements
of the Legislative and Executive of surprise. Two days before he
Councils and that he, Mr. Marry- appeared In print as a candidate
show, would like to see Mr. he told me It the friendliest way,
Julien again taking active part as bhe told a hoet of witnees, that
in public life. Again, It was Mr. he was not running at all.
MarryshdWw who told us that Mr. Be hAd the stage set in secret,
Jullen had won the D.C.M. in the it appears, and used his own brand
last war for bravery and. In his of tihe West Indian National Party
(Mr. M"asw' s opinion he as lever and curtain-riiser of the
should have got the V. C. inate, dram. Wlwn the curtain was
Politics Is rMAy funny .ttl. raised on "the thriller." lots of
Agamft. wh t e.tas ublI dW- peole ed in wonder and as-
t esreferto ae Ca- tonilshment. It s a 'sell."
in theMV Q .n Women's Vote
abiroastful"Ititie thus: VAN a
JJIJ1 be bidden from the wise
a& prudet hall be shown to the The charge is laid against me
babe -id rjklngs." that I am opposed to Mr. Jullen's
iI o flWIN. National party. In a way I mn.
Pitt-of-Spaia. because the set-up does not seem
-- morally to be in order. Mr. Julien


A Waho ti
ft wheb i

interestt t
their waif
e are fac e
it Wrisis wti
e itf not n
kd be hel
rbtet of tbi
hite for m
* who ha'
Sman be Is
* a way ou
uk there
must Men"
leoa overn
line of le
n nmee& m
i ide of it
The mes
siha Orvl

int Woalted is preadent of his National Party
MtLJLand one ainds that not only is be
1*i94 adlaW n.* the desk. typewriter and swivel-
rats of tht Colony chair of hip party, but three maem-
a stae o develop- berg of his own commerelal firm
they want to know are executives of the West Indian
tng at t* moment National Party. Added to this,
ly to happen next, evwy member of hb firm almost,
y, in tell- with the exception of the message
a all matters affect- boy. is a member of what some
two, might call the poll" extension
I with an unemploy- of W. Julen A &o, Ltd.
wh Will beooe more it is recsely beaus I fond
4Md in the bud. It the localut-up was SamethingI
l uto know in what quite foreign to the parent move-
Slaund land yIsYet amat Ina Trnidad tat I estate
settling the pep- In my desire to throw In my lot
re pursued th hne with the business. Tha was whye
before and others I _ald-4d it 4 Mow lam U aa
idueed to enter upon chare against me-"-I know of oat
t in bs tiune of crl- Ia and that is eelmaped of all
pie of Grea.t.
Is the possibility of A t poutal ilh winds
adoptur a new oc- =aahve b-a-roas tSsU
ught, not neceacuril the WWst Indian Natlonae
*A resistance,"bu here trying to take athletlecludls
itR the devel drives! fore t ldv 1' t
n= thede, iwt, todd l;
mt he e n t cT '" Oa t be ,-oesw d"
lton of work the ^ ethes pr sofWsS .
t1ed a new economic nta ,thes
eture. w ker would S t O n a n.o Cn Cm u
beration of represen- a s a
LegislatiUve Ouncel, y1 AcI A oI
it trade tnl anad I B ut .. ... t 1
pn tatn e and the ." -Mter, !. ub E
IvuwqItwoudt be gu *tuing T
1fa ity te e foelock, "
avlldmin a cry in-. _-a__ ,
w _we after the event Ci'emmm T-mml
h l aipda with
hen one oceas T party IIn lm
WLLAB to dqs

no Unmiehm Is Unlanil,


nada Elections
eorPge (who Is an outsider) a
ilsta n member of the party It-
i, Mre Walter Coard, who held
e meat as a Member of Council!t
Ier i a seat for the Town of
It. Oeorge which am later-
mted, and another for the
Pariah of St. George. Think of
t: A Party supporting an out-
lagainst a paty mesrber. More
than thi the Hon. 3. B. Renwick,
a being o. --wf by Mr. George B.
Otway. both party members, for
the seat of the Parish of St. DMvid.
A pay member Is therefore, con-
tfeg the mat in Council held up
to tbf" weeks &o by party mem.
ber. There is more agan: The
'-.len National Party has endorsed
th candidature of the Member who
held the seat in Legislative Coun-
cil for the Parish of St. John (he
havn been backed, it was de-
clared by the Grenada Labour
Party) while by a curious twist I
am to be opposed, though I am
President-general of the same
Grenada Labour Party.

Molten Moments

Whether by accident or design,
a Mr. Bullen, an employee of Mr.
X. Jullen is competing the Oaria-
cc seat held for years by Mr. Fred
Paterson. With all this hurry, I
wonder If Orenad:. is soon to be
made a Julten-governing republic.
There Is such "confusilon worse
confounded" in the whole affair
that I choose to believe the day of
shameless political racketeering is
on us. We should keep guard
against this, not only in Grenada,
but throughout the West Indies.
The charges against me are tat
I had not violently protested against
being honoured by His Majesty the
King for my work in the past; that
I have not been discourteous enough
to refuse audience in matters of
public interest with big people;
tht have not used or abusd my
position in Grenada to "play hell"
w th Adinistration for the
= = asak of doing so; that
Instead t bodtn the most wild
and ignorant lIcooclast today,
breWakin our own cherished and
well-sculptured Images, I have set-
tled down to my master-work of
getting the best out of "the bal-
ance of advantages" and using
what may be salvaged as nucleus
and deposit for greater things in
these molten moments which call
for constructive effort and olan-
Ifne Jullen National Party Is at
a low to say why I should be
eliminated from public life. As a
low-down method of attack, a
whispering campaign is on to the
effect that I am In the Dav of big
people-that I have actually bor-
rowed money from people Ia high
places and a bribe-as graft, or to
use my own coinage, as "grafti-
Well In Hand

It is true that I am a poor man.
but no real Orenadian should
make mock of that, since every-
body ought to know why. It Is
true that I have spent my all In
the cause of West Indian redemp-
tion; It is true that the other side
is able to spend hundreds of dol-
lars in the effort to defeat me
while I cannot afford to spend any-
thing in return, but I still bank
on the good sense of the average
Orenadlan, of the average West
Indian, to stand by me in this
hour of trial.
This is not an ordinary election
as to who should be chosen as
the better man to enjoy the con-
fidence of the people of Grenada.
It Is not an election idea at all.
It is an evil experiment. A very
fatal experiment as to whether,
overnight, a well-financed machine
can be created to undo and destroy
principles which have been labori-
ously built up with blood and
sweat and tears in the past.
IX am calmness Itself awaiting
the verdict. History is to be writ-
ten today, for or against me. I
tremble to think that there are
Grenadians still, West Indians still,
who are out to win a trumped-up
case and thereby lose a great
Yes. history will be written In
Grenada for all the West Indies
to reead-the history of the mea-
sure and quality of appreciationof
service rendered which our West
Indian people may or may not at
present be evolved enough to
z" l et me a*'Rello. Trinfatd."
I think I have the dmgerous situ-
ati ww n t hand. haTrinl-

Sweet Remembrance
T7%ert5 ef th* e Ril 'uMp But ageis
Pt, Ie lim(g0a.1 eee g6lin.
T UA-Ulags.taeg l the b6lustk's
anS-i a guest fto.bann..
t'4 J ra Ms of a n a tuni
Ak% L kts"?p3 am s-Si
11" as MMCM
aw."I t ft. m _..,.
V4b llo ee mfrm an fuanta stam
"al.- Isito e1B ,.toinc.
ft>foam Mr waft w te've l M
Opee we usto^ "M!
-00 ,egsiseM

JLQ W*&"N *0*

sNOh). Wu20g
"W404 S!M-
Fee s ^/ a;.

replaced tar jeatrisraly dienm pato admschbery.7. -
Tita m ba be liMow SM U NA eeba s 4~iuil
tLe omsaiveof ai bs niko Government Riway uIv
twsm the homs of .. a nd pm.a. on PM an uj
Saturday when bspe Isua& Is open fM I am. to .
Offers am to be N lO s and addrssed to the 0 S
Trtnidad overnent Railway. by Mh June.is19 ".
TW : OmIL. DdivWy ex site. PurChas 60
and transportati-on
Th previous notice Initng ofLfers for the purchase e
a Homsby oil engines .i hereby cancelled.
General MungWe S
Mth may. 29"._________^
The original guarantee to buy certain locally grown
ceases to be effective at the end of June 1944 and a new
Locally grown crops as listed below will be purchased ilk
quantities and at not less than the ories stated It off
good sound clean marketable condition at one of the fjlie
Control Marketing Depots, namely. Port-of-Spain. Sam I
Claro. sangre Orande. Arima. Tunapnls or Scarboroughi
July. 1944. and 30th June, 128. These crops will also b
general or soecmal arranged nt at sub-depots situated IW
Railway Station or a Coastal StOamer port will be subje St t
tior in respect of the cot of road transport.

Pigeon Peas. dry shelled.. .................. t p
Black Eye Peas. dry shelled...............f. i
Cor. dry shelled.......................
Yams (Lisbon).. ............................. N
Tannlas ...... ........................... 31,4
Snwt Potatoes .................. O.
Eddoes .............................I...... e.
Plantains-Flngers ........................ Si.
Plantains-Stems .......................... o
Bananas-row Michel. Sucrier & Governor.. lie ,
This guarantse does not in any way restrict the right at ,
to dispose of their produce to their best advantage, but It
that prices not aes than thee stated will be paid at 1
Marketing Depots for surpluses for which growers cannot
prices elsewhere, thereby ensuring for them an outlet fat
production of these crops, even though markets may be iM
2th May. 1944.


Programming Of Requirements F1

1. As a result of further Instructions received and t
clarifying certain point raised by persons in eonnie& =$
gramming ot their lequlrements. It is desirable to acist
with the following facts concerning the Standard ImnptI
Form and the Selected 1L4t of Cimmodltles;-
Standard Imp rt Pregrave Fo rm
(1) With regard to the Insertion to be madela i
modity, It Is Imperative that a separate fo-
for each item. Thus, for example, a main w
Building Materials Division (Iage XI) Is
'DO." Under this, against CMP Cods Nft, W
iroup entitled-
*Farm & Garden Edge Tes:
brush cutter knives; dippers. anim hi
lawn; hooks, bunsh; scythes." (Uhlt-n
It is not sufficient for a person completng th
form to write in SpecS B--Commodity "Itrar ,
Tools." A separate form must be completed
each item required.

(2) A number of prolpgamme forms have been rlw
Control Board in which the information aoU
(1) (7) of Space J has not been Inserted
have to be returned for completion. U its ra
difficulty may be experienced in answering
but it must be emphasized that the anesW&
questions (1) & (2) are purely esti ntes, antd t
that the forms be properly completed if the
ments are not to be prejudiced;

(8) Where the unit In the Selected List Is shoWS Ig
means U.S. dollars and the answers to
Space J must be given In U.S. dollars; the 1
(8) under Space J should be given in U.S. O
factory f.o.b. basis; -3

(4) Similarly, In cases where the unit is shown
requirements to be stated in the various eolwmu
L must be shown in U.8. dollars, from wm I
Imports aftre to be draw; tSe purpose of 01*
from the succeeding note; P

(5) The note concerning Sectmion K-'on the b.*
dard Import Programme Form appears to
confusion. It may be categorically stated
net import requirements as shown at (8)
agree with the combined totals of the FIWI
UMNS ONLY OP SPACE L and NOT with toa"
five Columns in Space L; <

(6) One Importer in completing Space L in t
meant parts for Compmaeors has written -S
cording to wear and tear of machinery W
is unacceptable; the quarters in which t.
MUST be stated although it is appreciated
many cases be conjectural only;

(7) The remarks under (6) apply equally in the o0
Selected Ust ef Cmor odie. ,

(8) Attention Is Invited to page IV (Buldingl
CO.M.P. Code No. MA.- Hardware,
forms must be submitted In respect of the
HMges and butts
Door locks, lock sets, and lock trim
Door bolts and strk, except lavawl
Door pulls, push and kisk psies, ad
Door closers aad checks __
Window and transom hardware, lnctal:.
justers ,
Lavatory hardware
Cabinet hardware -'a
Builders' hardware, not elsewlhMaft
tracks and hangers for rolling .

(9) Attention is invited to page XXXVI
Products) a mm. Motion pture E 3S
tivs): this should read o35 nan. mm. S
Z0OSB0 positive f& negative).

I. In conclusion, the attentions of the public Is lQy
lag statement made is paragraph 41 of S
on the organjiatlon sld fuMetlons of the J.

"Whui a measure of responsibility
on Pbrm I redsa wth the OdonW I
ties. their task must
atB and
Wi the JwaLt stf e toel
ftr and ashAl Mqpjlaa ami


old Pton CE Oiia13g'

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a Bl I W^ "iI.;w

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w Q


S fton use

V S.M the
how the y

wer osIeN

thatt Ameive cane
new061 f
44~aAJ fro"t of
-w o to work

i-ao ny more
4ril~jtii Interdtictd
Sthe Valrooote area,
*-. *rto "*

Is with the th
a *0Nflnt to a
Quthat. American
a new advance
B on the
and by
j noet Some high
king Valmon-
Vnorthwet. More
Ln have reached
them consolidate

(armies' advance along
was encountering
ce -only along
lied lne the enemy
fte west coast to'
g halt the thrust on
f-wemy mased infan-
S tanks scattered
fusioand dU in be-
Sembankments and
stele in a stubborn
IalUan capital where
approaching battle
Itance undoubtedly
Sto permit them to
r tuerial they still
t Rome. There has
Sof the Anzio area
S guns in the past
eating they have
red these weapons
American force
.And occupied areas
r Velletri, another
some distance
in the Larano
WS a German posl-
hree buildings vacant
ft a party in a fourth
illn and capturing
Ols are firing an In-
mrelitage of anti-air-
a t Allied gRound
arantlv they have
type of shell than
of r to use them up
Wrtlna them away.
the Germans are
Ra back in the Ap-
eformilty with their
Sthe UIri and Sacco
Scame with the an-
that the Eighth Army
iftMa, Important road
Jon the right wine of
M surged past Cacca-
pu armour to mop up
m Moroccan Gooums
ntal town of Car-
Sand a halt miles
r On the lateral which
f Six at a point five
tof Valmontone.
rl wouyd seriously
Naad efforts to main-
ment front guarding
their obvious will-
qiluent. The town
Zaway embankment
converted into a
Ae of run positions
Sby the 2,925-foot
Wheh is giving ob-
all the Fifth Army
roach west of
' e the British
alike driving
s x miles of the
r home of Oastel
B tie shore of Lago

-j T 1_D wIPw, vn2 i2.D& AD

$75A i Dredge Mw.

IIA A iiWm *v"' -

Boy Beat Girt In
Record City Birth Rate
More blee were borm tin
ie^of-lpal in AwN l IaS.
rear tha in any ApI5 tor the
five y a to
Ciy nowlt Deat~ tiwt
ties Vt isuMd. n th reeoerd
number there were 11 boys
amd Ise girl--a ma O 41.1

133I nd & d.M In1343. L Nm-
ber 4= m reported totals
T. s ca rate of of 16-02

India Sets Up Post.
War Department
Lord Wavell, the Viceroy of
India, ha decided to set up a
special department to carry out
Spot-war plans for India. The
King has appointed Sir Ardl.-
shar Dfll1 to take ever this
department and to be a member
of the Executive Council. A lot
of spade work huas already been
done In post-war development
on such subjects as road con-
etruction, civil aviation, educa-
tion, agriculture and scientific
research, and ti Is now consiA.
ered that the time has come to
prepare a single co-ordinated
plan of national development
for consideration by the hxe-
cutive Council. Sir Ardishar is
one of India's foremost bust-


Nazis Lynch

U.S. Airman
TOCKHOUL. May 11 (A?)-
W t purported to be an eye-wit-
new acemount of the lynching of
an American airman near a GCer-
man village on Monday was sent
from Berlin to the Stockholm
newspaper "Aftobbladet" by lie
correspondent Helwe Granberg.
The report In "Aftonbladet"
which 6ame through the German
censorship from correspondent
Granberg said the American flier
was lynched on Monday After being
as..ulted by an Infuriated crowd of
villager who struck him with
weapons until he was lying dead
In his blood. The despatch to
"Aftonbladet" did not st.y whether
the airman wis one of the five
airmen reported in yesterday's re-
port as having been lynched.

French Coastline

[It was disclosed today, Reu-
ter states, that Thunderbolt
and Lightning flghtcr-bombers
of the United States Ninth Air
Force now carry a 4,000-pound
bomb under each wing. This
gives them the striking power
of light bombers.]
R.A.F. Mosquitoes
Bomb Leverkusen
LONDON, May 31 (Reuter).-
Aircraft of R.A.F. Bomber Com-
mand last night attacked a mili-
tary objective on the French coast.
Mosquitoes bombed targets at Le-
verkusen, an Important centre of
the German chemical Industry, 15
miles north of Cologne.
The bombing was well concen-
trated and there was one very big
explosion. Leverkusen was heavily
bombed by the R.A.F. earlier this
month. All the aircraft returned
safely from this and other opera-
A large explosion which lit up
buildings on the ground was re-
ported by the crews who bombed
Leverkusen, an important chemical
centre to the north of Cologne
where huge quantities of chemicals
for the German rubber industry,
taninag materials and sulphuric
acid are produced.
Target for the R.A.F. on previous
occasions, Mosquitoes already have
dropped many 4,000-pound bombs
on Leverkusen earlier this month.
One pilot said the explosion was
followed by white smoke which
rose to 1,000 feet and smaller ex-
plosions could be seen through the
Air Offensive Smashes
Nazi Communications
LONDON, May 1Sl (Reuter)-The
Air Ministy has given further de-
tails tonight about the results of
Allied air attacks on the enemy's
transport system. As a result of
the destruction of many important
road and rail bridges, most of the
enemy's transport links between
northern and southwestern France
have been cut. Military move-
ments which involve the crossing
of the Seine within 100 miles of
the coast are now severely re-
stricted, and the Air Ministry says
the remaining bridge facilities are
ranean forces flew more than
2,400 sorties during the day,
destroying 15 enemy aircraft
and loeimg eght.)
K.-sselring's Next Task
To Keep Roads Open

Tae AMJunio,

ond JuAMtion

a MNg


To Monetary

Parley Named

NEW DELHI.. May 31 (Reuter)-
It was announced here today that
the following have been appointed
members of the Indian delegation
to the International Monetary
Conference called to meet at Bre-
ton Woods, New Hampshire, in the
United States, on July 1.
Official members : Sir A. Jeremy
Raisman. Finance Member of Mle
Government of India: Sir Theo-
dore Gregory, Economic Adviser to
the Government of India, and Sir
Chintaman Dwarkanath Desh-
mukh, Governor of the Reserve
Bank of India.
Non-Official members: A. D.
Shroff, Director of the Tata Power
Company, Limited: and Sir Shan-
mukhan Chetty, formerly Trade
Representative in New York.
The delegation Is expected to
leave India by the middle of June.
Sir Jeremy Raisman, who will
lead the delegation, is now on his
way to London and will Join his
colleagues. The conference will
be in session during the whole of
Reaction In India is broadly In
favour of participation in an in-
ternational monetary system nrO-
vided that India's requirements are
taken Into account and the im-
portant aspects of her economic.
safeguard. Among India's special
interests at present are her fast
accumulating sterling balances
which it is estimated will amount
to about $3,000 000,000. Disap-
pointment is expressed that the
experts' plan excludes the problem
of the liquidation of war balances
and their conversion into a univer-
sal purchasing power which earlier
schemes, particularly the White
Pla, attempted to provide. The
prole of the stllng balances is
thus left for international settle-
ment between India ansd the United
Kindom, but it is believed that
the Indian delegation will be em-
powered to raise the problem at the

Argentine Situation
Still Confused
The noon edition of "El Tiempo"
of Montevideo said the "Argentine
situation is still quite confused"
with "observers announcing quite
important events in mid-June" In-
cludin the appointment of Alberto
r'-lbrlch, present Minister of Jus-
tice and Education, as Ambasesador
to Spain.
Balzrich was noted as a Nation-
alist prior to becoming a minis-
ter in the Parrell Cabinet in April.
"El Tiempo" also said the authori-
ties have now dissolved the Radi-
cal Party which published a stemn
manifesto against the Parrell re-
gime. Next Sunday will be the
occasion of the first anniversary
of the June 4 revolution.

Factory Explosion
Kills Two Workers
LONDON. May 31 (Router).-
Two workers were killed, ten seri-
ously injured and many slightly
injured as a result of an explosion
in a Royal Ordnance factory in
the west of England yesterday
evening, the Mnistry of Supply
announced today. No indicatinn
was given as to the cause of the

The Jumble sale In aid of the
British Red Cross Invasion Appeal.
which was carded for Saturday,
June 3. has been postponed to Sat-
urday, June 24. The salie will take
place at the Prince's Building from
I prm. to 6 prm., and everyone is
asked to contribute by sending
clothing, shoes, ornaments, glass-
ware, etc.. to Mr. Bertram Bourne,
5 St. Clair Avenue.

Choral orchestral concert by the
R. V. L musrc section will take
place tonight under the paIronsae
of His Excells ncy the Acting Gov-
ernor at the Royal Victoria -Ins-
tute at 30 o'clock.

U'lUIam ovEt

Ml Tm mi I S l n.I

'~mIWL ~sAbil4
'(~ ~.e-~'


New Dredge


A 4n0lb 444110044 JI to o

44 fte prImaril
for use In relematon of mS MP
aria, the "Tginltda Ouarllan
Is tatorned.
"This drede recently arrived In
the Coloy aad walk ea. regroup-
lam of imParts has already been
etrted by Mr, rest MaqW, Its
mostuctor and captain for many
years who was eeInated by the
Lyons Company the US.A., the
former owners, to bring t to
According to Mr. Mausy the ac-
tual construction of the dredge
took about six weeks, but putting
It together wl probably take
about four to five months, due to
the. Inadeoguacy of tools and expe-
rienced helpers.
Constructed five years an. this
drede was formerly engaged in
the Michigan =tke. It Is equipped
with a 500 horsepower diseel en-
gine and has a capacity of about
260 yards sid a depth of 24 feet.
Itx hydraulic suction is It Inches
while the steel hull Is 72 x 22 x
feet. with a ladder S6 feet long.
Special crew will Include an en-
gineer, operator, oilers, and pipe-
line men, all of whom will be
trained by Mr. Mausy.

LONDON, May S 31(Reuter)-
Sir Samuel Hoare, the British Am-
bassador to Spain, arrived back in
Madrid today from this country.
He flew in a York aircraft of the
British Overseas Airways Corpora-
tion. It was the first British air-
craft to arrive in the Spanish capi-
tal for four years..

Hawly To Viit
Phw ZcolMd
W3LLI6G'O'V. N 1

ta OWuth PaUfe aOval

Swm0p dwin itwrtly v t they
German Drug

Plot Smashed

tahament ene Middle d Xo WOt
ae otlo BarDo et. t n drt or-l
ders, have MMUNM a GetOtot
to sure dru top the i
BAt inla series of raltd throwug-
out pct. aleMttArou d aftri'al
months nf umbelents woark a
apart f the Isoee e e OIn O t ft.|
trletinu Turkeynuowg Teru n-
W%4 mrs"dlva tkro took *tae to
the troupe homnd founlalo U.
1lin Poda tIh May, where the
dpourle ised tian bank t-ek
a 8wiss ehemist, a doctor, a trade
and a pharmacist. It was diMlos-
ed here today that this Germn
drug plot has been foiled after
months of unrelenting work oan the
part of the ollce farces In i Rpt.
Palestinte Turkey and The Leba-

. On the motion of Councillor B.
0. B. Woodinge the Mayor, the
Port-of.-pin City Coucil at the
adjourned meting on Tuesday at-
ternoon passed a vote of cocudol-
ence with the relatives ol Mr.
Eugene Chen, Trinidad-born soil-
cittr, at one time Foreign Minister
of China, whose death was recently

Biak Island
Fighting Subsides
June I (AP).--It was reported to-
day that bitter fighting at Dlak
Island has subsided to patrol action
and artillery exchanges with United
States troops still blocked from
the airdrome after battles in whleh
679 Japanese were slain.
Americans Meet
Stiff Opposition
Guinea, May 31 (Reuter).-The
Americans, who landed on Blak
Island on Saturday, have fought
the first difficult battle of the New
Guinea campagin. The Japanese
counter-attacked near the airfield
on Monday with artillery and
tanks. The Americans at once
threw in their own armour in the
battle for the strip of level ground
near the coast where both sides
had room to manoeuvre. Allied
aircraft jobied in and within a few
house 11 Japanese tanks had been
out of action. The Americans came
up against some formidable de-
fences In the Btak fighting and the
struggle 'for control of the airfield
developed Into a hard one and
ground positions changed handS
several times.
American troops have landed at
yet another point near Hollandia
to block the escape routes of the
Here in London Capt. Lovett, of
the United States Navy Depart-
ment, spoke about the trouble of
supplying the Allied Invasion forces
across the vast Pacific distances.
It was three times worse than it
had been in the Atlantic, Is how he
put it. The Japanese, too, had very
serious supply troubles; largely due
to Allied submarines and Allied air
attacks on their shipping. Japanese
aircraft had been shot down at
the rate of four for every one of
the Allies.'
Heavy aircraft carriers had met
very little air opposition. The
battleship had come more into its
own in the Pacific operating as an
air umbrella, but so far had not
been faced with very heavy air
attacks. He also spoke of the close
co-operation built up between the

City Principal
In Civil Action
Presiding in the First Supreme
Court vesLerday, Mr. Justice Eric
Hallinan began the hearing of SO
action oy Mr. Noiman Bralthwate.
a city man, claiming sums utotalling
0559.90 from Mr. Torrance Thomp-
son. Principal of the Bishops High
School for Boys, alleged to have
been loaned him at bis request
during 1936 and 1937 while a stu-
dent in England.
Mr. BraMhwalte is alleging that
the money was tranamitted by way
of loans and not gifts to Mr.
Thompson who promised to repay
the sums when he got employment.
Mr. Malcolm Butt is represent-
ing Bralthwalte and Mr. H. 0. B.
Wooding is defending Thompson.

Family Property

Dispute Settled
Amicable settlement of (he dis-
pute amig John Trotman and his
sevn brothers and sisters over
their ed fatia's land at Laven-
till was anuolumed by Mr. Jutise
K. Vincent Brown in th Second
Buprme aourt yesterday.
Terms if(he agreement submit-
ted b Guam" for edene-
ment were aot dbsussed.

Hyi M rU~f-MMM
M3bd -1, OR
.^IHmprlmhh mdN-

The Emperor Akber wos very fond of receiving
se giving pmsnts. And from his attitude towW
aew--.,- .= ,,- o*-- the givi k lifts thm cen be gained sem N
_of th_.w.o fmi .miid 1 f.__ito his chweter. It wa utic-Ie at hi C" t
Ipill m lhemadedmoareoft k m Tpree-lmiMh of the poert
o the otly gift of &t ebhs at Wich he h*

ai s', ,.thiy ', desk edD.

ti Cst.,Wr
.... m s i aohm s. S b ..
do* UmWu Wmika* JA do iri-,*-- *<-* mltaB Of it Muto M Bturfft aertto ft vaiald
Il D iIM 91W MOwM. The Akbw X*ee hw.tu aj
I- ee -icst~ eise -Mar bon *ilb i *~ht *I~t VAie elMtua to 3^-'afl
heweiMNesmw e w eftumm a* ~ the ftlav Akb i nte iit i
oimd ~ mamm a pb fr m Idn, say VA e ad pWd*
a -w w sl otl-- B l B S S l f n w s B -- I- a k- Sf w p m--- d--- 1 -- L I me-e* o fS~ It w hi|-|U M t o B n o

jj~g^^ig~j^^^ggjB^g^ ..^^.*i^^t ktet 1ti**I-towii^H

.SAC~~e FA TW *,^

O f A o t--r|-t- -t*St *^B^lt w--^ -'*--^IK^***S-P j ^|| B^^B ||B ^BB~Bii^k~l^ Mi^BiB~~l^ ^~i
.. ^ ^~ MO.. | X^H

OynoUth e U I r eMdg018 Z eO e i nloo h t eat0 hr ea4e t
fre, the USA. at a 4eg~ d( P55 fee fteshmles werti. The
dedgfe la i$ he- b* epealio -g LUbe Nehba.

a unSD mum-AhieuW -Wdat g f hssM e

ft far has riven no LONDON, May 21 (Reuter)-
IWhether they will The German High Command
or in the Immedi- spokesman stated today, according If driven from 10 the German Transoccan News
SwsttOins. tut gen- Agency, that "the next task of
military men is Field Marshal Albert von Keon-
W ater to flee well rln's troops is to keep the roads
Aty which offers few in fhe Velletri and Aprilia sectors
"G a defensive open until the Germa, withdrawal
operations on the Italian front
reWaft yesterday have b 0in complete.
Uhainmer the ene- "The German withdrawal move-
Unusanona behind ments have ahlmay reached such
ary 300 Gcr- an advanced stage that It can be
Were destroyed revealed that the bulk of the Oer-
r damaged, Reu- man forces on the southern see-
l The Medlter- tors of the front have been sue-
---- cessfullv transferred to the north."
14 T COLUMNl he said. ________







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1As 45 ueecS-fUltes of eat-
idasray redaed, eala~tmas>nor
""SWS Jg l JIteJ Bi *VB

,* Wt l^ B :--I MAT-
Is'w = a01nay sub-
tohe wihl w i er asM eed.
ApscatetaMe must isuehue the
following Information:-

merthandise will be anva-
able at any time witin
the shipping period stated.

Importers are requested to note
that applications In respect of
the July/August period. wll not

nmb mne.
omuatatem seat5


Hih School,


(1) Practice Seawards will take place from Points.a-Pierre on
FRIDAY, 2nd JUNE, 1944, between 1000 hours .ind 1600 hours.
(2) Practice Seawards will take place from Point Fortin on
SUNDAY, 4th JUNE, 1944, between 0900 hours and 1600 hours.
(8) Practice Seawards will take place from Cdaspar Orande on
TUESDAY, 6th JUNE, 1944 between 1400 hours and 1600 hours.
(Signed) J. IIICKEY, Lt.-Col., K.A.,
Commander R.A., South Caribbean Area.

SYNTIlETIC TYRES Lands and Buildings

The attention f the publir is Taxes Ordinance,
drawn to the following notice
issued by the Tyre Manufacturers' h
Association, and all persons to Ch. 33 No. 2
whom tyres have been Issued
should take immedl te steps to
observe the following Instructios: NOTICEIs hereby given that
NOTICE la hereby given that
(a) Positively no overloading, the Warden of Tobago will attend
(b) Speeds must not be ex- the sub-offices in the Ward at the
cessive. places and on the days hereunder
(c ) Tyre pressure must be mentioned, from $ o'clock in the
held exactly to the recom- forenoon, for the purpose of recelv-
mentioned figures.. ing taxes under the I ids and
(d) Daily maintenance must Building Taxes Ordinance, Ch, 33
be given tyres and tubes No. 2"
for the removal of stones District DaM ,
and foreign objects. Csarlotteville-l2th & 13th ,une,
The attention of all owners of 1944
motor vehicles is also drawn to Parlatuvier 26th & 2Tth June,
Section 38 (1) of the Transport
Emergency Board Regulations, T. E. Cambridge,
1943. Warden, Tobagso.
J. Goldie, Wardens Office,
Secretary, S borough. Tobago
Transport Emergency Board.
MA v 30, 1944. 25th May, 1944.

1)0 WWW5. ILCIC 0.COb. in) PF mAI


at the service of the Empire


be considered it submitted aftes' -
04 15th "&.rUKe 84
th th une,4 APPOINTMENT
Old test 025 1 ades.. Th 'u a
SSt. Vinct Street, teach" general Scence up to
Part-of4paln. standard of the Cambridge Unavq
ty School Certificate and Lo
ist May. 1944. Ml>teliln'
--- TH SCHOGOL it a cGovnm
maintained Secondary
Colonial Secretary's office, pupis of am 11.18 who q
Trinidad, admlton by a seleettv n
Trnd e, examination. There dre about
30th May, 1944. p it in three pb r orms and
increasing. There are nob
era and noQartensar
PUBLIC NOTICE In a school iiteda
are required to undertake
~- ~ additional subject* and L "t
teach Physical Training wil ft
t is otifi for general infor-strong recommendation '
nation that the services of the GENERAL SCIENC3 has be
Labour Bureau, Port-of-Spain, subject on the curriculum tor
will be extended to the Wardens' years but there is no laboratoryM
olcees at Arima, Ttnapuna, Rio appartus. The teacher apVoi
Claro, Sangre Orande, Chaguanas. should be capable of undeta
Couv, an& Fernando, Princes the responsibility of the equip1l
Town, Siparia, La Brea and win, and efficient conduction of
as from the 1st June. 1944, after bO)tor'y for the practical teoh
which employers in all Industries of the subject,.
and Trades with vacancies for APPOINTMENT will nbe Sde I
clerical and manual workers and the first instance on a two-:
persons seeking such employment, contract su t e
may register their requirements end ofthsubject to renwsd
at the Labour Bureau. Port.of- be made perae Te Pot
Spain, or the nearest above-able feo r a net end t e sel
meniond Wrdn'sOnc. alefor a suitable techr.
mentioned Warden's office, salary, which isnot subject to Is
come tax, is 3810 sterling per ut
It Is not the Intention that plus War Bonus of 10#t Co
these extended employment ser- s W
vices should be regarded as a FP"ue will be provided.
substitute for or in any wa inter- LB RS OF APPLICATWa
fere with or disturb normal should be forwarded at once t tl
methods by the Introduction of Head Master and should bea
registered unemployed workers to pantied by personal photograph
evacance which mtht otherwise copies of testimonials and/orr
remain unknown to them. of referees. Candidates shot
Employers In private Industry stategree, taeng diplsomaf oeducer
with vacancies for clerical and and teaching experience. Meoift
manual workers who experience should also be made of ar wspc
diffculty in filling vacancies might qsoualficatonm and eevit Lan
usefully spplewnt their efforts other subjects which an be OffS
by registering their requirements
at the Labour Bureau. Port-of- A MDICAL OSST WA'
Spain, or the nearest above- be required befo the
mentioned Wardehs ofCle, and In nally= be aade
eder to facilitate the ervlee, em-
lovers and workers are requested A. DEANS PEGG, M.8e., F.L...
strictly to observe the regulations Headmnast
made under the Labour Bureau The Government High School,
Ordinance, Ch. 22, No. 2 and pub- Nassau. Bahamas,
liahed in the Royal (oasette dated British West Indies,
the lSt June. 1944. 7th April, 1944.,


. : ., .


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6 ANT WIM3teea id) # vM (has.imQ
4 =E^ low& anbbtswf tat me
te u i ti o hewWO I o M bS~e AtWtOw
oft 9=3 h Oviu at&5.Wbm~t.

3XR w Se rvios siqaiadt aM Waer BMed b uviyin --
utr i s dlnbte o msvnmei r 1 t lurds? J. une

o u4o pTr~ hOwt* tto ods ti** *lua, - 1 -
AM Jde hic m b wilnbe saeV d wee
broadcast over.
The. Sle M= *b Wl
I PHIUP VnCUtA. We assistant of*ii-rte the
Tholidad Country ub telle he is s aerl We m. eWLA.
to Tm a door priss to holder f the lthy nMber at
Kinsm' Birthday dame* on Wdnlesday, Jm ..
e.Jamaican, Sdot doe and Brit Gahmtu 1 a athieti were eater
asdewn Friday 1te14t to dinner kl thee Olv mtiso at the
Amateur Athletic Club under the ebalsmatp of Mr. Jese
dThose resent. beeldo. the ithltet, wee Mr. r. Wa sllhora
TAndre heltheyer. of T.A.CC Mr. ae wu i Regn. Mr. Mftey
ander. Mr. A. C. Bailey. Mr. PiAllilpe. manageof the 3.0. team.
Mr. Jones, ex-champion sprinter of JaieMlc. who all made
AMr. d Mntbrun, who congratulated the atletes on their
shown at the meeting held at the Ovaloen Bipire Day.
that the TA.A.C. will canultue to foetor vielta from all the
The health of His Majesty the King wae drunk by the party.
CASTLE ROYAL Orcheetra. under the earectioa of *Vlrgilal"
Hendley and featuring Irmna Jarrett, provided a very lively week-
Sat the Trinidad Country Club on saturday ad Sudan.
Increasing number of local member are makin g hul use of
Club thee day, among tboae dinig and danclng over the week-
hen Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Treetarell, Mr. anMd,. Y, Sehebult,
and Mrs. an Goldle*. Captain and Mrs. C. W. A LIntuerald. Mr.
Mrs. Cribbes, Mr. Victor Caracctolo. Mr. and Mrs. Carle. Domria
M. ajor and Mrs. Courtemny Rooks. Lleut. Ale Powis, Captain
It. Jonnoton, Lleut. Deane and his fancee, Mise June Alexander;
Calpt., Gerry Gomez.
4 T. HA.RRAGIN, O.C. of troops at Southend Camp. Point Lioure,
I Captaia Kearton and other ocera In the Nouth have promled to
,be present at a grand dance to be held at the Camp, which Is near
.Point Fortin, on Frlday. June 2. The dance w for the local troops of
the Roy"l Artillery anti-aircraft units and the chareu for admislloa
to 84 cents for genUemen and 60 cents for ladlea. There will be
dancing from 8 p.m. until 2 a.m. to the musie of Will West and his
Bouthernm Stompers, and thee will also be a bar and buffet.
MR. ROBERT CALDWBLL, of the Standard Oil Company, and
" Mrs. Caldwell returned from the United etlo last Frlday after
' holiday of two months. They left their young son. Bobby, at
Choate School in Connecticut.
C e
I'E Rergeants' Mesa of the RA.F. Transport Onmmand (Piareo)
hve issued Invitations for a dance they are givi at Tueuee
w Sftturday, June 2. TransportatIon will leave the Quaee's Park
lotel at 7.45 p.m. and a good time Ils in store for who attend.
(A GRANT) fete will be held at the Drill Hail. ten Foraido eo
SSaturday, July 3, to raise funds for the erectilon of a U.K.
Stoope Welfare Centre, where the boys from the South will be able
to meet on their off-days.
S The function will start at 1 p.m. and there will be attractions
-th the young and the not-eo-yo nc, Ineludlng a merry-n-round,
rWI9L doikew.rldes and Rames for the kiddies, and all kItd'= o
UP.ll, where for a few cents the grown-ups will be able to obtain
articless no longer seen qp the shelves of the grocery shops.
S2 A follow-on dance will be held In the evening from t oeleek
11 2 a.m., music for which will be supplied by thin Ple Royal
11aval BHnd.
Part of the proceeds will be donated to the o o a*1 laU' We Wago
ILRand MRS. 3r. 1. PARXUA" Of. ofIt. Jeoef Vlllas, fa
rern-andc, with their Infaent daughter, have returnede to rtldad
M4R. 11 ItXSORESRRTI was the esrBaleer f smothter delightful
SbonAt trip to Venezuela last Sunday. The party landed at Ouhira
end were entertained at a smell farm on the outekirtl of the town
*y Dr Aitrelol Urdaneta, the Collector of Customs.
TherT was a local orchestra. to which they danee, ndd a bar.
UleCI .ws,- held In the open.
Armonnzthose who took the trip were ULeut.-Coloel Prank
reyfiY. Lilut-Oolone10l Colbert. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Baton and their
gn: MI s, Alice Cowan, Wl Mi rLouseNMeeors. eaor Rojas, Consul
rt 'enezuel iand Senora Rojeas;: Captai end Mrs. Bramlett Mr.
and Mr. Montlord, Mr. and Mrs. I. Goddard, Mr. Barbler. Miss
fannlng, Mr. end Mrs. It. Machado Velas"ue, and their eon; Mr.
OHi, Mr. Prank Schultz, Miss Pey Moeeby end Mr. Soreil.

nr~e pm d.
~m-. f Mr. S eL, T
MB r ind IrtosN tol. BmUu
L&. Wie O aMk Mr. and
Mn M Ert Mr&. and M .Bryan
OL ne eenrTh and
UK a De eMr. ud M; n. Barton.
Dr. ad Mna. tinhar I ut.-
Oiiir. and Mii. Bowl*. Mr. G.
- ,a Mnrd ts oe atto, l4euL-
Omude. and Mn. Worme=l, aut.-
Oadr. and M Bi. and Sureon
UA -Om dr. and Mnrs. teInl e

Brain Is Tasty

Brain is delicloue if properly
coached. The firt thing In buying
brais I to be sure that they are
frih, and this wi easily determined
because If they ar fresh they are
solid and plump.
A somon as you get home hold
,hem under running water and re-
move the delicate membrane. Then
let thm riane tIn cold running water
tor about 15 minutes. Then drain.
From this point on, there are
many things which may be done
with them but this recipe Is a fa-
vourltr one which is most delightful.
Cut the sets into two sections.
Dut lightly with salt and pepper.
Have ready a pan with plenty of
melted and heated butter. ook
slowly to a golden brown -not too
dark. Now over each piece pour a
tablespoonful of lime juice. Heat
thoroughly and serve.
It you prefer you may fry them
but roll each piece lightly in flour
before trying either in bacon fat
or In butter.



:Petite Bride

At All Saints'

f l o i n f s k a ed ara s

he Faft,"ndmmiiab goaM
wh Anrmui n w ~i~seu
tm onlt

dzB ant== it a o Tna

frisn wow Invited to L
Butlershto M drink to Mte healtf
of the Gsuple

Today's Diary
R.VI. Music l ect onn condos
at Royal Victoria InstALU. S .m

Dance at Paradise RoWe. T-
ariL ua. in aid of BritUsh Red Cram
Invasion Appeal
"the Battle of Rusa,is uSm
Mmn. by Lleut.-Comdr.
wad, I.N.V.RJ, at the
8.3 p=.m
Forthcoming Events
*.A.. Transport Command dance
at Tucuche, Saturday, June r.
Tea party and twilight 1001t
*Royal Victoria Institute, 4 pJ.
=atm&day, June 3,
Dance at Portugmee Club, St-
urday, June 3.
Dance at Special ervieeln's
Centre, Saturday, June 3.
Variety entertainment at St. Wn-
edict' College Hll.Soan Pernand
Sriday, June 9.

Radio Programme

5 :0e - Time Viw the News .I. News
;1 Fred Waring Visits Musical
:30 - Mirth & Maidneu Catholic Hour
;45 - Yarns for Yanks
:00 a B,0 meotUb Ore News 0.1. Journal
:1 - Personal Album -
:" r'ro. A'mmnl. Vlllage store Great Mut*
:46 News - New

:00 Calltn Weat adies
:11 -
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345 ennHiO Worm
:S- l'a. Warp. ovi,.
8 : t OTa.
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:0 News
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30 B.D3C. Var. Onc.

:00 News Headlines
:16 Loado Calleg lir.
a30 -

NewsF rei Aor
Btock Report -
Duya Tamer COalbee Oa uI

4.we lg ea
sports lnterv'e -
GuyI Lumbaren Red Ikeitel

Un. Network Reporter News at Uomn LAUtn lhythas
Bing Croeby' On*e Night stand

News Night Owl Club
Tank dwilng selol -
S- Nocturnm

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a..l o h m" Teday. S ad 8jI--TWO TICKES TO LOND(1


TODAY, 4.30 and 8.30 Only ...







TODAY 4.45 & 8.30 p.m.
Monster Double
Bela Lased in
and Franeis Gifeord In
Tomorrow KISMET
Sun. a Mon. MADAME CUm

Mn ImmOOMuMMM~UM"mmel

PALACE-San Ferando
TODAY at S & 5.30 p.m.-


TONIGHT At 830 -
Monoramt Picture Praesent:
Berl X~rde In
with Drothy Tree
t Arie JUdge John Kbin
Tomorrow -
prieriUef On PUtde (Muiad)



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New Brand Bungalow.
lmouty." Cascade. m eW
Coblenta. Modern Con-
vonenoeg~l.............. VIM
=m9re Co;a-e. 40 Al.
fredo Streett. Just been
pastted and mnovated.
Quick ..............I... 0
39 Saddle Road-New-
De Luxe ............. $18.000
D Prettie hose on Long
Circular Rd. Very latest
design. Freehold ..... 814.000
1 Hunter Street ..... 13M00
14 Warren Street-
"Beautyp" ............5..Boo
Butlding Lot Barataria .. 500
Extra Larne Home-Rust
Street ................
& Sivaria Hill. Rental
81-Real Bargaina .... (1*10
15 & 16 8tanlslaus
Place-Freehold ..... Mj00
* Davis Street-Freehold
--Pomewloa ............ 39
2 Island Houees-
Moo. an Gam.saree
Frederick Street Pro-
nertT ............... U100
W Roerta Street ...... M

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p4s akeo.............Mm
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Modern M
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24 Cmsoerdna IBMets.
sanire Orande *73
aftes ay I" M and take
*s hater MaIa Road.
'D1tal ,MI ........64.. 8i23

aaammi VZOA ..... $irjW
It Mboar IAb-'"*
RayIN ....... 8530
13 Nina ? &-S 61"M
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of the picture that took e place in twe
Heart and History of Trinidad

ROYAL, 4.45 and .45 Dalsl
Box Seats Reserved 'Phone .
5181 United Artists
m RIZj -
nRMRznI T g
TODAY. 4. and 8M4 TONIHtT, 8. 3
(1) Sundown Jim A NmO Wni..
(2) A Yank I. MharatUI
nThe AIL. ,
GAIETY Sam Fernaud .
Opening TODAY and Continuing, 5 & 8.30 ..6g

TODAY 4.48, 8.20 p.m.
Diek FeraSA, lean Davts

- and -

Mask Brewn
FeuM Kights

TODAY 4V & 8.30
New Double Programme
-with -
'b Hope, Dorothy Lamir
and -
"LAND of the

Sat., Su. & Mmon.-


Robert 1)0251 Vmbeit


and TL
Roberi Tsa.yll W


TODAY 4.&, *I
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on whom
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Sruns, two for
bowling feats
SVictor Noel,
n#Ickets for nine r
Mwr for ten, R. B
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Vp 35 and Z. Boris
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In South Fixture Championship

111"6 ,.....On June 7
-T O POi and mGodw cur
oAl!, nafualsam Mlumma !"llp. 0h iahOn-Cm`Ptonftp
tounaauitto "e h eld ow~
ahamut Cup fixture bean on Saturday. as e f 5lad he -
satt w~~at at as oal
gBOWING AALYSS i m an o Wednesday.
out J un 8. 3 t p.m.
W a M. 0 R,3. W." ntrIes totohe* tournAmet arW
J,. *g I 3 ow open to all p3a_1 belogin
1 0 T h to clubnaffliated Isu1-oeaIn
,wsM.D. Dialt y ...... 11 0. 4 0 "re ,b~l i w
F. lmSi' .. .... 1 0 2 0 se tonst one It Port-of-p fn for
ST .Nd o........ 6 0 102 North ellt Pla ersandn Ba
i-run T. P .... . 0 frnando ft soUthe .
rW. ryn The winner in each section willn
A. Durfty.... .... 1.40 7 1 contest one or more asmnes to de-
w ag c-de who becomes 'Island cheul
as GOODWILL vs. MIDDL5IX3 championn*
ent On Wednesday, May 31. the com-
nta MDDLU 1ST INTNO8 mittee of the asso on willS meet
S0. onomtantIne b Walker 4.. 14 to determine condltioiS governing
Ke A g 0. olt Don alker 1 the tournament and to make ar-
tick- bA. l M&t Donrdson rangeret. tdr the Nofir-SowI
J. Re c W. Alleyne ..b .Walk;9er w g.ames, Ae x .theNo fo- r
wick Wakerh .. ......k...... cne ames aixed provislonally for
A.n th e W Alleyne b W e le third or fourth Saturday of
,Ai-x: 1.eRom cAlleyne b Walker is u16
I not W. Prcy b Noel .... .... 12Je
nd. P. Lokai e W. Alleyne b Noel. 2 EASTERN CHESS RESULTS
iy Dorris c Donaldion b Noel 0
S'. Garcia b Noeln..ut... .. 2 The third round or play in the
three F. Winchester not out.b Wkr 3 Eastern Chss Club ohampionahip
three W. Affan atpd. wkpr. b Walker ~frteAschendorf silver cup,
)ther J. Reid b Noel ?. r 1 or the Aschendorf silver cup.
where .3 ... N ..l 1 closed recently at the Trinidad Go-
weoe Eri operative Bank Building.
rs Total for 10 wickets A surprising result was the de-
....tfeat of J. S. Quashle, the cham.
rown pBOWLING ANALYSI ion, by a newcomer, C. Kernkraut.
three DOWLING ANALYSIS The results were:
t, W. 0. IM. R. W. C. Kernkraut defeated J. 8.
two R. Donaldson ...... 3 0 12 0 Qushie.
re s W. Alleyne ...... 4 1 8 0 FP. W. De Verteuil defeated
A. Walker ...... 6 0 30 5 Ayoub Sabga.
V. Noel c Affan b Constantine 1 N. Carlsbad defeated E. 0. Mar-
GOODWILL 1ST INNINGS R. Romudn won by default from
R E Boxll.
W. Alleyne c Reid b Borris .. 5 M. McOarnon adjourned with G.
I Richards v Percy b Borris. 9 Stanford.
0 T. Mayors c Constantine
0 b Hypollte............ 3 JUNIOR TOURNAMENT
0 A. Walker stpd. b Percy *. 3 Results of 12th round play:
S D.SellamybPercy ........ Joseph won from 0. Mar-
*I P. Donaldson b Perc .. 10 0tin. om
0 A. JosephIbw. b Cotnine C Lee won from J. Namsoo.
0. Beptlsto c and b Percy .. 17
2 J. Cr chlow b Constantin .1 10 Other games stand adjourned
14 J. Alleyne not out ........ 7 .
1 V. Noel c0Affan b Constantine. Big
0 ..... .... Big Sports Meet
- Total for 10 wickets.. .. ... 91 Carded In South
2'7 BOWLING ANALYSIS A nine-mile open, and four other
0. M. R. W. "A" class cycle events are listed
S Lokai .. 8 1 22 0 on the programme for the forth-
SW. Remy ....... 4 1 5 0 coming cycle and athletic sports
S BDorris...... 5 2 13 2 meeting promoted by V. Moore and
2 A. polite ...... 2 0 7 0 George Terry, to be held at Skin-
S W. Percy ........ 6 1 35 4 ner Park on Corpus Christi, Thurs-
0. Constantine .... 1.4 0 4 3 day, June 8.
Under the patronage of the
LEASESOLDi vs. ORIENTAL .Hon'ble Timothy Roodal, Mayor of
7 Leaseholds Ist Innings: 165-. E. San Fernando, the meeting will
Constantine 99 not out. comprise a 21-item card with an
49 Oriental: 10 runs for two wickets, eight-mile walking race from
W56 ...- Couva to Skinner Park figuring on
The flst.
Rugby Club Meet ln the flat racing dey
there will be the usual 100
CR Tod y e yards events, with a 440 J
35 Casuals Todayyards items.
There will also be a three-mile
12 The Rugby Club-Casuals hockey flat race.
knoek-out fixture lill be replayed -
14 this afternoon at St.James. COCOA AID EXTENSION
3 These two clubs have twice play-I Period for making advances un-
14 ed to a draw. but Casutls, one ofder the Cocoa Induatrv elle! Or-
Sthe most powerful teams of this dinance will be extended for an-
303 year, will make a hard bid to ell- Iother year. if the Legislative Ooun-
minate their opponents. I clil approves new regulation to that
The umplres will be Mr. Rignault effect made by the Acting Gover-
and Mr. Agetnl.. nor in Council recently.

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: b Nelso .. "I felt sorry for our little Bobby. He was so nervous and
........... thin. Then, I began giving him Quaker Oats every day.'
fj_ What a difference it has made. He has added pounds to
-his weight 4
Yes; Quaker uats is a great aid to undernourished'
children. It is rich in all the elements required by natuV
for the strong, sturdy development of body, bone and
muscle. It helps growing children fill out, gain weight
and heigbt.It makes rich, red. blood,' creates energy;
I offsets nervousness and fatigue. It is just as beneficial to
______ ]adults, too: So, serveQuaker Oats regularly to all yetr,
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mia B,) to o fet nervousness cate quick
new energy. Triple-rich in Iron, sM necessary
for good red blood. Triple-ric in* p"mpho -
us for teeth and bones., iI
Quaker Oats is super eaeulcal, too, a.-'
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Draw Was First In History

Jeff. Stollmeyer Pleases

Crowd With Lofty -Hitting

q T ilbW Gurada. CseI-AMdt.
6AM RNWANDO, May *0-f4r the first tnme siAnce the conutet
IM organred eOM etgteen year s ao, the North4South Beaumont
Wicket clasO ended In a draw. The match wa played at Sktner
Pack on Whit-Sunday and Monday. May 31 and 29 and prth the
winners of the trophy for the lat five years running will hold It for
another year. -

Heavy and intrmuteat showers
an sunday nUht aNd nearly a
anang yesterday made o
few hours' play ou sle. The
oores were, Nc:2h 1= for six
wickets delaud: mouth U runs
for three wickets.
His Exzcellency the Acting Gov-
ernor, thi Hon'ble A. B.. Wriht,
after being Introduced to the
players had tea with them and
after a half an hour%, play. rain
made the captains of. the teams
call it Quits at 6.0S.
Hi s Exellency after being wel-
comed by MW. A. J. Ruthven-
Murray, Presiednt of the Beau-
mont Cup Committee, handed
back the cup to Skipper Jeffrey
StollImeyer and presented primes to
the players for outstanding indi-
vidual performances, and In a
short address hinted that if it '
In his power he will assist South
In obtaining more and better
playing fields. This. he said. in re-
ply to Mr. Murray's comment of
the Northerners' advantage of
having more adequate playing
fields than their opponents.
Of North's 289 runs. Skipper
Jeffrey Stollmeyer scored 138 runs
in grand fashion. Except for a
chance off Roach's bowling when
the score was 31 runs, his Innings
was without blemish and he de-
lighted the crowd with some lofty
hitting. This. along with school-
boy Kennv Trestrail's brilliant 73
a patient 32 not out by Edgar
Marsden, the magnificent bowling
of Oscar Roach, Fred Ferguson
and Melville de Souza were the
highlights of the game. Roach
bowled in demon-like fashion and
all through his 23 overs he com-
manded respect even from Jeff
Stollmeyer. who after his fifty
was treating bowlers without dis-
cretion. And It was Roach, too,
who clean-bowled Jeffrey to break
the third wicket partnership with
Trestrail which had put on 150
Though North scored 289 for six
wickets, South's bowling was
steady and in many cases the
fielding was up to standard. Three
chances were given by Lookhoor,
Marsden and Henderson, who
dropped Stollmeyer, Trestrail and
Gomes respectively.

Young Tanner Kayoes
Stinging Ant In First
GOOROETOWN. May 30 '-t A
crowd of about 1,500 spectators saw
Young Kid Tanner knockout Sting-
ing Ant, bantamweight champion
of B.0.. In an interesting boxing
programme staged at the Olvmoic
Theatre, Georgetown, on Monday
the showdown came inside of the
three minutes of the first round
Tanner scaled 122 pounds and
Stinging Ant. 11. _____

Maroons Beat

Chinese Ladies

2-1 At Hockey
Maroons strengthened their hold
to retain second position In the
ladies hockey standing, when on
the Benbow grounds they defeated
Chinese 2-1 on Tuesday.
Inner-left L. deoFreas started
the scoring for Maroons and Chi.
ne'se Z. doSilva soon equaliseld.
The winning goal was scored by
left-wing 0. Gomez.
Play was even in the first halt
with the Maroons' forwards work.
Ing the ball through the backs un-
til inner-left L. de 1relta.s, with a
well-placed shot, notched the first
Just before the interval centre-
forward Z. de Silva, with a lone
effort, equalised for Chinese.
The restart saw Maroons going
all out for victory and playing all
over Chinese in this session.
Early in this half, from a short
corner struck by winger Mosse,
centre-half Anna Camacho passed
to 0. Gome.z, who pierced Chinese
citadel for the second time.
The leaders continued harassing
the opposing defence hut failed to
add to their score as Chinese goal-
keeper, Moyou, displayed some fine

Barbados Horses
Here For Meet
Looking in fine settle. six Bar-
bados horses arrived here earlier
this week. for the T.T.C. Mid-
Summer race meeting.
The string was headed by Mr.
K. D. Edwards' big colt Sam
Lord. who carried everything be-
fore him at the 1043 T.T.C.
Christmas meeting, while others in
the bunch were Sugar Lady. War
Lord, Colleen, Sun O'Mine and

Citv Stars For Charity
Match In South
Trinidad Guardian ('orrespop.Jnt.t
strong North combination, itclud-
ing Harold Burnett. Kennv Tres-
trail Chappie Burke and a number
of promising youngsters will 1,ur-
ney to Skinner Park on Sunday,
June 11, to engage Southern Dairy
in a charity match in aid of the
Convent Relief Fund. The youthful
Ellay side will be strengthened
with stars as 0. Roach, X. Con-
stantine. E. Marsden, and S.
Loorkoor. A keen match is ex-


Records Set

At English

XONON, May 3s (Ar)-6f

0op0 wemt
land down
unable to

-At Asot, 25,000 iIudin tbe
Duchess of Norfolk. wagered some
$500,000 on nine races. OChampagne
at $16 a bottle sold quickly.
At Stockton in northern England
other big crowd saw Sir Eric
Obleac unbeaten Dante set a
core record, winning the five fur.
longs Tankon Stakes by six lengths
in 57 seconds.
Oreyhound followers poured into
the big track in the London area
on Saturday and MondAy.
More than 15.000 saw the so-
called British Games at London's
White City Stadium where Cyril
Holmes, the British Empire chain-
pion, won the 100-yard (-,sh In
seconds fiat.
The King. dressed IL I,...
clothes in public for the first time
since war started, went to thel
Royal Windsor Horse Show on
Saturday, with the Queen.
Princess Elizabeth and Princess
Margaret Rose each won a cup at
the show. which attracted 5.000
Other leading sports events were:
Glasgow where 30.000 cheered Glas-
tow Rangers to victory over Clyde
in a charity cup soccer flnal; Swan-
sea, Wales, where Sergeant Arthur
Danahar outpointed Ronnie James.
British lightweight boxer, in a
ten-rounder before 12.000 people:
Epsom. near London, where 150.000
congregated to see some of Bri-
tain's best jockeys race on bor-
rowed ponies.
One pony ridden by Steve Donog-
hue. famed jockey of other days.
finished last in a pony Derby which
was won by Jockey Ede Gardener,
Gordon Richards, the country's
champion jockey, was second.

D. Emanuel Gains
Lead In Loco Chess
D. Emanuel convincingly defeat-
de H. C. Lewis to gain top posi'lon
on thle league table when the eighth
round of the Loco Chesm Club tour-
nament was played off at St. John's
Hall on Tuesday night.
Both men opened cautiously, and
Emanuel used lhis long experience
to full advantage, giving his young
opponent no chance whatsoever.
Other results were as follows: W,
Woodfuffe won from McD. St. Hii
and V. Bishoo won from L. Gra-
Members are asked to make ar-
rangements so that outstanding
games be played off as early as pos-
sible to enable a quick decision.
A new Canada House for men of
the Canadian forces will be estab-
lished in the Middle East. It will
be opened at Tel-Aviv.



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1?,1-tg DgUUI. Pp "'AN Etc. 130 Charlotte Stret^-na1 PROPER'TIES FOR SALE u'yo.m -.. e l i
aim D AppIDcadnt iS 16-Juiteesi* A.l tiTe, Insald atNo.51ErhgRoad a k bnColsnt, o- ---- oden-. 5 dging Lvacl Bnant lou ,Lse O'Conno r S...5
tVOemtall.urThef2Chiropra cti sec A pl- toRSBdTTER Matos-ame ad""- cting ppySS nsStgns. 4. Rod.freety holead, arirPrpert.1ar

O u aplyi wnUi tlag slan experiece ta"-Dr. James Loel, rp D.C P IC Engraved Brass Plates. Painted Sign. I itUiIE An 4u ots of Land with I lano, ;Peti Valley .liego Mar -I,
( itac eoie0 If Possibe of credeS- iUS.A.) at the Chlropractlc HealthboJards, Wooden Letters. Cinema glides. (Val uete troll trvee, at r.i.... lrlae lhiatae.. ti.n.. Near arden Ci ty 'ar s, ocoli.
B.ik No. P.-l. "GuarN n."- tudo =1 Federck Streetl LPhonLe 624 Aetc. Apply: Modern igns. 17 Chaom |r/iie 1., b,. .or i .ri.n ion .paXu ap Ls.t your property with L.0.T. ll i
2- Member Ang dy Ulo W ret IndMC E 'hirorEM t street tupGtaOrI) 'Phon 5203 or MlS- trleer, brrodo,. No. n erraitwalte baeel, quIck sale. 1
AN- EPEWREN CD COOK at Ito Asciatio..n eg.. d - ,-. ....June 1 .'u n.15 Ileittitunt, or 'lrnue dil soil c asu orac-] NO MALE-NO COMMIB81ON O
N. - -- .. ..AM ,a~ CALOUES, e. -FACIAL 01-Kw wo ..-.... ..............

,M4. 2ced. Apply any morni b -1d_. n -lI .setAAI NE WHY WORRY when Frederick Brown sIon wner ,w e rilv o ol y I-tun a--- --fu B go, 'n r
-Iom M A y-N t e.xpe. i. AU..TO MOTIVE. Real Estate Co., Ltd. l Buy. Self0.'-d AN LN-. No 1 4tarriLAsA -
Kent.4econstruct, enoale,(SonstrTeta sen ternando APPlT Cari Fe t J. C. AL Ld ArnrP OUSE r ESTATr
SJWork. Advitknwed, exprie-nc *ud eeJne_________ __ Build and Repair f Pteor you,." Core tn an al 219Be. a -anp tree;.- J une .. A..nt -Brn
a sertr.lRNd to O." So P- la. sam e, r lA 8 UIteUe us. Cn.operatlve Bank MI L 5L Duke Ish C,,.A ..... a COE'- HOSE2inaot. cann Consut .e-o -I'Phone 16
ASune to Nxecutive B, to oTORS FOP SA DE tre et Chat B -June Vincent o tnan :. 'cnlypan ted,. situ l lat N a
S CWD: MWPCTAZ IE Uniers tLy G s l sil ndire 'P.. .hon mI JOSEPH BII NOIT. Expert Stoves lrel bheen thist r ie rdanuau o won New lr: eaeeol u low cot -
A~zND TPir r WA NTE LDY., JuWNe 2 1.CLLUE ai thi atdOesalkind.k xerd12Citlng $0L i ot- eim iidt r tines n ha e r e.ii lus e rt4. aket O UISeeILMN.. . .$ 9,0

In s of AS e merchandise. AMFRJCA?4 MNERCI'RY, drop head of-Spa.n, 'Phone 5378.--Jun 4 it- i,;t 1 Lo as ee nold 'ro ptErty. 1 nonr St. ',00
!d rtereoasad7-2. tosepSdde B Rt 5w,,EcAu ellit L e -rAiJaes buRte wes. 1le on 2A LotofiaA nd e. V Ott 6.60
Apl I -r n .bt een ,,,o -hams o r Mff;. r,,F;D R. -,K InT ....... .i EJ*. .-,isC Mt,, t,"............ o, ,I,.oroe, et. l o,... .. .....
ee-- reftmw ,l *B IIbotcneli, te " V n"en irs .--June".,*3, .. I r"overlng. *Phone 344. M8 Princ* 8tr<-' l""e^t" toI1" t''" oh uv' .. ...inh.~ ...... ..... AI ^^ ^cor "t n 'i Lois "f Land1 OD (3.00
"- p t -8. aoy "Trinsdad Gurd an."- O ONE 134 OR TD B-4 rl *wK, No t 2 i -Josune 13. rigtC to. s he.,ruSm. A "LE 3r v hn A j o 3 Chattel at e Juan
pE S. Isi excellent tyr Price i ,.<0 Ali]p :I ERNIE THOMAS formerr barber of Asenue. "--' e"iyp. '[le eati leach, ... 11.2001
SIUSS WANTED "0R YOUNG ill.,Mecha'c Aritir, Curer,. Jtn^ -.... C m OGden, now located at Pariaon bu i n ri ona u-tlrsa.r.t roet Bu, st. an I
IF O R D "^ ". ?. ^ ^ ^ : & S d" i r n , Chititel Property, Buah St.,. lien
PANTi. ApyIeI Sad1l dle Road. Maraveal_. 50 Pm lr, itual n~enees Ciute, (Hotel, with first class asistent. Corner an ', arran... Consul me .. .. ill,', Joan temptyt ....... ... 8 300el
g sceommo tll -June 5 ltiS' t H cndGtLon IC.Fie good I tAre. tuo- Ahercromby Street and Marine S a.P OO Miree it anearB........ ....."__._"......... Several Othere inr ni. 3
WA- EANTED. t ApplyIn..Sava permit necesssry $1.0ec A"Splo 'Phone 4650.-June 0=0 u an1.&r useon JnOa l Sted, niot Ci not. out
fes ?e loo e A ppark uet- Fre 2 M rikBatStret. an nt.anb. *Piiia. o n.HIRTS PYJAMAS m ade LC "T G F ORSA LE P ses o yo a c ----Imme--------------I
rIMoRTAN.'..ttH CRT "PreAT R ONwY rl4K KOADSTM,. escelient tyres n" amatetriSalttoo. Oldcbtr slnt C'. 'P a o0 bo ic 00) io. ..e.t.- | I .. VincOnt Strnet-.'Pt.m. 14 i
AT eSTid MIARY*8reATX. R. ONE PIn..EREIRD R -JuneSmenoic ra0 od. oAcp plendiu pi-upeity. t2 10Edaittet AWaC rATnIStrCOMPANY

c thes ont andal One 1540 0r RA Club Coupe. tyrto like new, Street -Jne em h 2n c.alS ,, AuNeS, IreehoAd. on Ulie" Rental, $19."
typeeit -Aellct~l oas ^ in 1 writ v~ P re <:* VS*> Tecs.egiereety user 'iif~ sealci Iitei "* lt 5.100 pe(r itiontit thi Jacisoo (1) i"t*a10'd*I'ruPerty at St. Augl1tl1le. as
qk vs* fIul detiler ed Muction *aM *thed and lyre0 ir mcod *dlllan d I-- SEN'IO *E" R VICE Hair l ad In l ret rea m ent. -, i a 11 Acw UUiOa. LdtOU, Wfr "l-
sIMI.Mtin saory expected shou. d oNao re Rodso l r. *l 4g7 ,S-J 4 Boeauty ga*nn 35_ aAbncrponm .,y M emb- li. e re stnt c r ad 3 toe t renstm nve n pont colc a* R ulad trLg s waterDTun-
S~tT.tO.-V i. AOMO wtWO Provded Anp W Ide Chirvy OTopractic Astlcl"'t*.t.SERICE AN REPAIRS .'l-gg vacant.P *artcuar 'ho e 4$2 .-J t K.>lo .y.... . ....t $12n00
Trinidad I mpothEpr.I Abet- A. Lr-JTTRXr .A,,N1 -R~c o r.,ak eng C lsa .. .. .. 'rteil ........ 58000

t -. w'ith- three*t. 3O014 aT O Chatf r ilot lt ne e-a-- .. ..... Jako SStn Pae.r-t53 oUr rn in Husach o ai eoru ttr, t: 2.00a-r d.
,, ..... ., .. ..... .... .. .. .,
PTho ne-5A6 Good ty.,s mareelwPavin dy, eing.I e mI "n eROP t edIS F Rd ES A E Emeppt, w t owme Satt innd a en t I aceI
....hemal... h Chr.-acicSpeia. FORBETTE R IN -oun li nedng f olglaAxrw .A,~~ b a~a.U*

ris yto rihess i p er. tun ngraved BrassOn.-T m 4 t iotedog aisnted o n ev1erdoccupU.ied.on_4.Lots an Lewd, val t INeimaggomr

e tre- 014 ee ET A pSTn at J t ELE hTR LD a t m a, 4 mni. Porto m y( MPrinegul CE dws' te-- ---- -
S O... .. .. C.s .... r 0 O B 1 Mhn' PJara Lak eslof. n 1..-- ruelru B0ppy ot t a nd and o rms, a Cem io 1W
No.UP13T CLA.M AL- UXND RVANT ud, IoFrd me rhnicrn eod'Pho tion e 3e ARIS, t AsIMARAOe 4 p0cg 17 illo fute Prioo. F apply to ti u. p ,ras Fhourldo, on rented nL.ud, a
two ybe' experenc oW Amdlhn moemlerely pri Apply sairic sp)nc'r hto Phene I9o Ca r snd Trufk for y .g C No.' E5.s.t. ut-oA-Tpati.-qu willc Feie ladd tor t ',
A l AMof AEme4oED COOK 0ari ca tio ni3 o gadtdr.-ue I.-'ntthre A 1eJu e aa1tidoders int o 640aoptioi"- NOS nAwaLEw-thNOCOMMIS
S Road--.Ap Alp ly An PHL P.SRD PeetA i n n,,on. cont i eod frsesl gud da" len y.r rene anc i o OPPOgRi TUNwTg aor mEST IN DA..N .A............ ...
h Sr Tree. WoJ .KuD2.. .N luM 4 Ring **" 8Ar Fe'nlnd --| Pis t, F a vour. chffee t od rwer. w't"" mt'y.o so e cresit'ultan i R-eal0d aa.
fectRoo tEtate aohhinted.wi our groe.M roxii n De LArND .Ne oI clId crais tate Seekers-Eet Sewels

w'SUtIA '?ON WANtED etra PLYMOUTr 1to 0 Sn DANg B t-re I n TO MAVhn TPu R C OMe well 'P o lnteh riCC.v-r p t "uplylin 0 band sod er e Dwallng sI-otft.e "trasrete .tUd.
MI yrut~~ir WOMA sT -opritacto t o RI) W v June on Ret 20 l onstr uurne Ronlti m .Stl t burn f ront h .rApply ll coonueta aidpn No. 2 BrowS tet.

C-L A.SS M wLt SE rVAto iay. owndr rln. E lln en Bnl drs andt pi r who knrwy o.w to cncawd -Ill 5 ur r a .ri l r'et .es e nl at t Fp. a n ropertynadwo o a rete ............... em
I y~e A s expOeurdlin.-ehiJue .d. M .Isandd... MPhone tal. a t dnyd o t p edwr sn lck Touers e rsrt ous P1 .uino.r .en L. wit ha one 69..

W-_-. b- "Gu. v "-Bas---- 146.-a" us .. C the work properly may conk H lttisfo.act .auprmao. H. A. C 4Z7S.tse t- Is
1!841M TR O AEst- Jns1.Vcetvbteet 'hone itbaCrsannTrucs*forw it lasehodBtlend or40ckor
EWED, I 0611WORK IN EL 535 19in grindrs rane 41 bOEPHsupp ied. GEneralrt tv eeeprs tall i NtE31 OPP lyoRTUNTY fraani moupuAn r esnca ....... . $8 0

AND m- k r ALNhr LORD '4 btCOUPrY RJunee2 "Oient brlo ad naOd pob o muehand olue a (io Bsteiroeot) ( d . ..... ....-- Si
'BY, o 'Phf-eT S paion ,er han*t5T HAEYOUR well Aintu e tle riter tu iba re s hateLoser FreDeloling r erty. 'arege te ...uROa

-I olk0 Bew. equip P C Zim, err. TP D I I l MAD NEW yo o y r %,,n t, ro oe frkt quy ite Mloo e you efor tventul y o u w o"B D ...., Ue..... ..$8 NO0E
I dt0av W depriser act 5 eyood. o-J nn dl IMnxt It oh. Our mtthwlhl e o nd our work-lewen i g Colony e uoers tor on ut Pai- nt pos
*nieRTbee Of WUPit&Sb~t c^ otVH ODTR F r aflt sa who" kn o w'h B owt cit paindt with aLl kinds o hund tres heUtlvr Hill spo SO Prpety.ldadSre.....11
"lP'14 >3 l vi Sai.- i ,1 II,. Ano'ie Ptil T. 3a r ov- ec prit Pnte5lld 4 of w ondoi nng l le t s.T eA t vTwes Ien sueot h lu nd, cl e. 40r tM A'i'0r C5RTnIrICATe (Ho0M Xon0

wI e "Jria r~ti.l, G r E in UblRB. TJune a, |c s Honour1. 2 Norolk Street. Port- *ad iUty, ui ooly ha f a mile* jic o n2 LUniversity Ln, d ftwewe Co le omd a. d
S BM uru a, Alweyei IrORN V-t TRUCK 19r. eltn oSl.-un 10. y Juu oitWty sttatiloo. c'rh bou ba> e Sturu tr CerAto. AiwS,
i 3 k tOoB week ld, Pyre. Appl) I dl 'nrnie r Appi: rAvenuely ben tloorounrbly ,ep ar d Poyle t Ot oc te, wail yvrtano. ewawld.--
Y'~ ,t t' _Pn tI _n4eor. MEaukNo e itreto f ,And Road, rrepf.-- *iYR I OR AS L *frepbtifd' in Propery. ndcumpr esiotus f tAt r. JunNe C chN
c*UI WAT ED.Ju* FORr 2. *Camp FOgden),t an nowaulo locatedd at (libka D r BAChattelG Prpty ush at, mant Iw

Apl y3 SU1 5 PAR DE EXra eoRlR etdent ON q"NT'. CYCgole, jrcu.'. O unrb rattted mro ns an orutoe. ki oi tr eveningC coiolyt. t $?0 steh Re'
exelen Cndtin.A 91 Bs'mgr4u~t ~tli'.aebth first class. WastndelV. .Ofnc ati4end aaCaSaooMll

M COVYe DUCKe S Por ol 2a 5.% Jr cnt tyrsengo o d r 'InRi.e re Aa eronldt h treetuai d Main e Decora itortreetenent. o 0u j w Ic ea furnshes areq a

!"1 40 wAm s t Ap.ple y; S Ann. oP r oTApply T it .elm phnt Cii lt poItry v ouiNe so te i land,0s.a MA'oys CERIFIAnoooCTIAnut ( -Kng3
Bulii l~th~s'i l'ela~ aied Hickh.SJu e e2t.lBan Honourndo.NorfoakStreet. Port- ;andew Cuteatty.anwlyh lf agivaefyrum h nvr~y, b ea Ctre Se n

*von*lr PaerkT .--a. Awy muoras erFORD TRm.-JC 1u et SHIRoSPiJune S10. SandJuanraly t ao heou Whar.e Peeru to rto- Ahwo,
,hack tM S weekst O ond e wek prord, p lyreu. Aresa Vor............. ots' acnl bepen tor ouhly repaired and Poet4 Office. San T SerCnoM P wArN
eWf Saye 'Phone 4504 cur.a d ukexp sa d Stred Et andI CK.OADTRexRa.c rellet BICwa CLae S FOR SALE r k Slea.04 oe Property coprses 18. reenJSune0So
One104S0iS Ford Ju. "-uno I ern2 o f tano, onauinin : un feeod o thu ee1
Nde t boe forrdAel td, week oldor lent t F rdeV- 'HE,"lr.i'ens end insuer.andtstn p f t tes. il nd thu e $ p ter nti.e snare are e har l o pectiat -StwAr gustiD 9
two weeks M .oldErei g aaD e -fs 1 Ap Plltockl aeoor ofburldng olyt Dan_ _Io ul ns wie4 'm, A O r By B 1 -Jam a l
cepemttd), r'l'hho"o.e IT5---une o 1. Road aoterNSp June 1.esituation c.. ic

rm u lit Uve ed grow. from DaCaslrs WANTED TO OUY R.C.A., 12 tubes; One GO C. I tube-- Calvary Miili, an Juan.-June ad Adoui-kreddy 5/5l4.- Iliader aettlrs
na witaddl Ro. M L- N COOLR and .R. G. Bo P-. three of the lalet and but rte3vtag sts No, so EDWARD 4 TREIrT I nv Adoni o da di trity
iUn 3. i ol mpSg"l u. to listn-it to dally war news. AIM Other Marins 8qure for 8ale. Resonbiosoffer. Board. ewer.--i e I
am Nt .1Lw tfetow a Ald trVleeSm P l e ailwayUND atica, adoB Q0mt MwIA
sirse.-'RY-4 OROaom -REwal /0 b6 auafrdCans "-June

TM lOateh-J.IE Gt NIiMio ac po und,. ion.... less expensive RadIs to ,uit your fs3Blte- Appl;. Itle Abercreohby Strt, 'Phone a BOUND DOG. MALE COlOur. B1ok
S U M. AWUgUte- WlhMest pries pid. WrItels .r .i 2110 bottle apacty--lso rone lage C -June "ad 4th n* g Oaadlne1 LopM
U nit u yPt0beo "-ria-" i...lbnatlon Model. Ebkel. Marine Sqnat. SPLENDID INVSTr MKNT. t ad. WALET wt D'tf
R bOR O...E-XaO. o* Bat BoxP-lOS adco u 1. ln'-Ju N. Telephone 45..-Juno.. o.r aBr.e inviB ted A i Launch Enin:i '- M.
ODO an Ot or a in TownB uy C ONE ELCTRIC AUTOMATIC Raeee..d No. 4. pe.mbroke1.1 .t al se ds o
L o .-JU UED BOOKS and MAGAZIN cablnet for reord. iokel. Mri t faintly. Written offers ec d nEt E ita
EATe h l on 5 Used Stame Il;ht. Arcade Square. Telephone ISO. --June 0 10_ 19, Al Atly J p ae. ES O rraRSONAL NOTICES
Jsbrs eiitt-n e __d___ 'E 1aoogteli. IC Frederick Street. --su RI"FRIOERATORS One .arga 'Ee.[ UIt 2Jt.--~ ''
_ ---_ ------- with 1"t, c'rriag.--Elit tpe O"ther a nperfct condi tion Eck H, C, aMrine Su. r T. aom lads i a buldtu a,. longer re'ep lb'of-ot a debtto iS
,UVESTOCi FOR SALE market and 1"' canag will be s-dereu. Pnon -Jn half mtllio square feet) ado4lg*Ehanin oifg J5nde by my wil ^Soia Jn S
vi Mad110ecllnt7ndtonPgLYOT OA DMOU T O CR. I J ohns on dt oor nuvin- trst sc ap ha1 in

AIedeot -4rde a keIt.Mn Quality. p.Flavour. Cofferfect working watr. WEST Nleti DIANe M E S A. J ONES
A OSWANEDNpr. dde GreanJt Ltd: -June I. u ... pertly lid out bndao d Gavl a lft e
Xtam o- ex5 goo Jun 11tanut Psid tedit with all conyeL Re n. May 1, 1944.

k". btul dnogm D aieails hsdeoPh ke .Mod oWnthn ortwo(-nir 5ld mysfTA s --IabeWn y e
I D tor l ogppoirtment.Ja N LECTI WASHING MACohNE. iR OOM AND S nOARD rothu i tO uiso sk J- detort odets ootrtfd a t
ONT 1OitDLEu i FitDs h Apinee gfoat- Saner..M.spl. ed2G-J al' epUrIsN4 I ROOM. independent a t- fats). OwPner lITvin CTfo n i, ltl L c*t Qu ....... .......
g mi kiR out of eldpgmere woa. Apply. :h mone Nne l z lNsDe N La 0 CM Y,
JSteut2e. -iJ ut th WANTED TO RENT i trnrst0tnS-June 30 remu Iquiries treated w Ui t e.AO
"I _L atnH140S, th TONAE T OLU R OOM .ul edInadrie.verate 'oria rlb --." F w No,.-. pl DeUpper upre'. o ed,,
GRADS. ..t ..Lh ON U MAN, IL..I .,rld Di ah. ,r. mT. O), Bl.nk S O Vetel t.ot appotl.nm t to In.pect bouse. lad ,-- -- l. tm.'.
plea 49Western Main ColOny, desire *occmmaotln in a private Str-et.-Jta. S -and pIens.-June o. THE PUBiOC Is hereby nottaed that l
ARpITS- T Pates Sirne. 'P<- 1tS. house to uve with family Write Box ONE LARGE P30147 BEDROOM w i t FOR SALK: MODERN HOUSE with all am no longer uader tih cMre ad prote.
J iune w T'rE WO m :. v.I y *- goo 1 con, "TritdM Oun. rdane ."-June eitthng rn t lb* Cd. owns e ntre e. uilt- ea vy nlernce at No. t05 Saddle Road On siort of my bus band, Quhie Kilht.
Nr two manila, male ItaiwAys D o Fnerdri ten, a oal n 33 ttl1wk ablea! toSurpe s w ith chil 0 the ts of land. s Ksox. 2 st. Via- nor do I hold mylf S reepomt ble t in
'PLT~yS i i eiTSL 00. -lan'eS 40 per ,moth anywhere. Reply P10 ios two bhe. l mn Elm Lenaa lo1M. 135 cat Street. 'Phone 8236.-June M1. debt or debts contracted by bhn.
R PU B RED FLEMISH Ulat ItJbblte 5, or 'lhone MOSle-Juno I Charlotte SUet .* lln551,-j-ane LARGE AND COMFORTABLE ttWM a.EONORA KNIOMT*S
m sale, Rln 0737.---Julne 3 00..00 AND TE'AR' RUENT i* en ". NL M aOM I ou ble Roo, resiSdece containing four large bedtt 91i 1*a2
A NICE "A a t)" itAilu ; One Alpine v for Moue the city. Apply MI d, t i with work agoit onla. 'of r with all conveniences at Rvelee Ro. -June 1,M
en o a shsaCo c asunea Brs. s.
FOsAL OR 93 OUE Io i-Jnwokpperl a atalite,4lno

RumbWleDoeb ChinodPasg.lasssetahNJune2. fyiFa try Possessn rana H s b na
L rJunMB ri.-iJanhi-l i R ood... .. .. *1 Apply-- ihNty. 'Pa wil v.ntal b e am not responibl fr sy 1- .debti at
liketw.1. .IllC Zimmr.TPDin acketPoywe e youforyou r AECANDER STREdeTontracted by my wfuN
~~ MECo rs -J ne ISE4Iufext job. AOur ma verials and Aorwrk-invithe CId Y, of 5Afersfo Sr eet-"'hosAvn- h aiglf y nr n

EDUCATIONAL MISC|7RELLANEOUS FOR SALDS lER. -las L AND LARGEfirtClas.Wndel VL. cea theLadsatth > l.a
"MUSCOV- DUCKS Prime 5pn I (A e w, 1. 3 oe r 0W ply Q erSbesyoIs tt S --J 1, "e ^ Et.
:D~sS~ Avem.-JurAI OfCAFn'. In bet local.Tyfreal, ouis PARKand GUEls To ono etrlJSs. lethe fie st views int Alsolani osetA te. (564) TIVA TI HOD lon

kUlTON GSilteCiiks Jn2 Ch5HolottfN-fosueetPr-ad Path Re.i S an daoes. hf ai"lL Uv Dstybwe Cer Pe M.nd -Jue 1..
:51 lNannca Wet PANLad&onLodn Stet'Vre4.. 1 Johit., toO e str !~t.l THEZ PUPLIC is I do el ]
June,. lwas inNFOR ward V-01r TeUC tol z R of 1 y-June 10 PE RTHAT D ndiRAil RrM0 PLaO-n-o 1 Wa ier r to y
00 N BoMINA'TION bklonln t ro A lot A titel .a ibwro. wOARBI AND LODGING. IOO t- P DRTY-, t tn uyedn rfnfie Sot r
Ut Juer, letar eomm erl tel * tCAtE T. ooey, H oo 1 r er tSa ises s Aot 1 Jn
S c -n t &TIENTION! CABNJT MAKERS. One L.AnR NRICELy FURNl.HED R M from St. Cisr team teu.BlnuY, hly FRSeporB tule for nay dAebt ar dlos at -
CIC ared .0 r sua v ois R feeIll. Applyo" J* a" Jatoterg. Apply: F rleltn, iS,-"S-5. .tuted and within beatfu l n vie of ls ub tr tn her. L.mR tra
O Codmmesrckd ral Col ,ege. 6 Lord s lent, lresm-M, Sn p 'rsnte andn. iMc E.oad Ste t.Jn 1 -us5 i t Mtre. nm Pe. HouIaE R Ty a "2 t.
l Erinc4 AC.-Ju a CAMiERA--KODtAK No. AA, Autogrefrlo w *yt e whtreet. WOdbroo.-ju Ilns.c runado Sfe years ndout h e tre r a-It
"hn. .U ?.e2?, .C.RaA,, Po- tar IS u A--atcrat T.1 Saele nt LARGE COOL ROOM with breakfeat, etr i. Threei bm e droom JAs t iS.B h n rj fl'wi--O
S' S Asplar; Burgess. No. M s. sale o--tlo-a--t. 1 Lin Street, anm running watr t-mt from KnegrgU H PUL C Isad h sereb o L
US61 conditdcei i"Apl* AIOL RERGEAOemFR no asidalpac frgetoke undeft A~l1OFSr tecet.

AIccountant 1 hr ward4 Mat.SM le AUNT EDP l..- ue t rtJheti Rade.-Jun c 4. R rvalry cvrd we l not d0 il te smy huetd. Fe der K
TypreWritna e l-ne IUVE BULDING & LOAN SHARES. A hCOMMODATION AVAILABL E p ar o Pantry enddved e Int 041 0oro I hold m`r1pokslb aat,
l 114 INosauAeour ulding LoansAPyuIn Gust. RIs Mc ueKaO, SOeali. so is owner-occop ted nd bee dent.e ontracted .
? t growto m I Decreases WAN ED T BUYr12tubes:One-tubes--Calvarykpt i H articularly n. d A. Oii N FU -
Saddle RatedBo value 71., or t t,--Jr adve.n eeon bys
CetOin toch with u .-L anSares, Bookavalue to. 1!i

'= O2TL AND. o l lr 'e"i ..M Freehold Prperty at corner of ChHaman s fONT BEDROOM PdFURNIw w. t aPpoMine Rtontat. Areo atl ua. -Jue U ih
AlIn wiltia iN H. C. lrpod o. 5 Ile xpensiveBUIDi Yorpply. IN&R rT BUILDNG. U I H ON D o.Songer .uner tlhe OI I
les ,s,*Bron Ekelna rainiy, t. I bon'of ease 4 ),obu I
a~sh, ma ssea-la 5 i.^Ifnp.!;.**e IB TURSE BDROOMS *UUimRNHE. Thre edroom. StDudy, Pat'> ltcbell.oSFMjt
at ahelu Seas Fernando. E*feeiS"Uahnl~ Drawing hl One Aladdin (StreL-Jus . i Two 2ving 6tom.. Kltatelg, 2.t Two Sde th l owd G e n
l a y R e and BIl5Sofd~,aM OM PTift ulans aed 'vPhone PS AEL CROMOV ITRL E TC OLE S.on--treet, nFe on ono. At land, A =Se o wn ll"* KATIE DAA
81a 1 .SL 1145, uio Higes pe S tre betwe e I nt ale i ngl an double rooms i Cornero one, laroo n Cm- -aJ ekeit Jan Ii. t a
u N I I -103. u._dan.U.- tu .. .. .b... tn 1:urckn e ld A 9Mar ineP *Mft SLETD ID INtrMeE. SMTM nrEndO.-o n*e .. ,THE PUBWIA C s hMereby ut 1=.j
#0rSl tM t W -dtoA Ifr poe mlNN EL ELE(ITRIC AAUTO- MASu Sn Ameri.aPonmly. ok es teLA t INV deTMENT: ke t CyriltCruiek ASa aMMsot Nl t leU
.soMA10 ROAe will roo everything t -Jane- . . ea two store) freeol butdins ill any dt bt ot @e d ebsctract Sib
GOOrsD-Use.S anmdM ,FCllv ORTARLE FURNS.HE 1R0 whi. carie.d gn, hcbu.sness of a pro- AberthCcn.$11 me 1eA
,. Jo s 1.e t hat Gr..oen '2ed at rinc m 5 t.C with own vnrnread 'Phone T69 visne1 our and bakery. g0ra ihome e action, s ine uofe

LM II--'$I3--- l,_ .--' .Lo.u..n iB Watch .On YOUNG LADY WANTS R -. ......... r1,00. irbet'ffrnlS. CYRIL aR -i
X 1=n c an Lehr USD BO S a. Jn MAAZ RE NTSusee rUfrlhd pl ~ ae2.-ue12

Bo. ughB.oadSm p Bg._ oa Sq P-Iare, Teepo_ ura.-June o10. ACRES LAND ,h_,lrge d,,we TE PUBLIC is hereb
sp my. 83 P nlly n Merle quare. oUra ou. chp rent beam m Mount Co n Road. qu-roer u i I am lundeUR th tle dpetest
It OD isard aPh- "9 fr0O Btktll.16Frdeic Sret.00u5o 1or 1 Xneirasee t BAUIFL 1 Th pbleas arbl ' senn

SS- -. ~--One VS Ford Car, INT. Licesd IKtB OUSES FOR RENT tram Feas Roads Terminus. Psassion ome au. olh afu. M-W
5 -PA O LES $ TE WRITER. std15 Oe .i .-st "oeaeeG Die Mar. J J'.S6.e s
rieafiiu&sb inAOO T S w.,e 0 poeeio. RgU HouSE AN D LAND FOR SALE a Old N olY
T.Ge deGrnt. % S S Aportly ladot a No Petitl Sour. tS &oan Juan -J,in. I 3"^ t
anuRs Ne. pueagehen3-, S. -.u.-st, .-M. --. M.y-se.--a- TH-. PuBLIC , s M M
-__~^L>^ ^l'W.S i^ ptotu 'w-ur----__ ,do no h^d "".Mr a'^lfj
etA.'Pbans debt w- de~as alse
Way Maiden). excellet conditin Slid 0RDMOTOR, JohnsN LARoE -OUSE. c -et -os i ad A WANTE h A e M. aD M hse h A i SS
dIMOO.ACUM gull ude mke. Mut be n Perfc Usweldn suNTAble S rnwhmeat ell- lvllnd$octl o
1, dooLRorder.a*ling U e 411 'sincefic lisp- sovo55, lam =."ao

aee-B JD 3e. f'- 5 I .i W C n ova- 1 donot hbold myself. it. f
or.a Is pa -avin Com, tsl.J, Oie .EHouseINt.E o b tt. l W I ? KrI .CRAN M i -JOUsm m Uses
ONE R-RJ_ 68b ri-tla Aittuf Rin ato-. -Murel 54<*-< ul 3* .*ilr wwm .*Btr. W(uINA moah (notk so' bn o lt.* ii l-l

PdRKaW!aB ind ependentoavecs.nnr" a Imoea Lts Quain.
40. an 'a MARSDEN -U.S-LEY-
US id.ou atDigearo Fo. Apl. 1oaes.01MIm-JnoSoResi.Inu iries treated Vas. a aam

-to m e O M AD&O r o "d'b w

*at MOCIAL atWu *
K- Mr. ned. Mrs. St. Nli f
Broad, San lana on Saturda.y
sa? t .M n.m. Mugie hypopular
ity ersheetr. 'Refreshmtta will be eeev
4. OGrtS r-M Lady 51,05.-June 3
CAJTL* ~ 1 tOIAL (P1ue jMsstlo,
by 0.1
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RosMsomil feelffae.=



f%%j 0 o^ -- -,- - A JAMES.-Radolp (Amokes. aon "!
m00 Lan' To CL ASS Mr. ad Mrs. Alexander Jaunes bmuband
of Juailta. brother of Olive Matin. olss.
F1rderick. Arthur amd Victor James. Tuns-
Sl at 4 p.m. today from Gualco, Damarle
LOST ell, to Saunm Grand* Church. F, nd
BBAGLI SOUND (male). pamabMy are asked to accept this InUmlstlon.
trayed into Amauica as", aort Read, --
&pex. 14" ls. sturdr buil. dirty
brown louir wite whte on amd tll, I ACKNOWLEDOGMENT
our feat and beck of mak: name Rusty. AKONO.-We kindly thank our frind3
tReward tot nformatltm leadoig to rnOv- and family who partlelipated In any way
ry. P. Gibbon, Gee r. uggins a Co..I at the funeral of our beloved father Phillp
.td, Tel. 41.-Juns 7 Akong. He lVHe to mom.n their lon
Ltd. 1his beloved wife and children.
TIE PUBLIC is hereby notified that IN MEMORIAM
$ea Simon Marshall hasl o authority to
n or deal with promises at the cornerl SMITH.-In remembrance of our 4ear
of Laing and Gravers streets., Chaguanas mother, Ophetla Caroltne mith, who de-
(on lands of Mrs. C. P. Lon), as he is parted this life June 1. 1943.
not the owner or agent of same. Forever with the Lord
CARMELLA MARSHALL.| Amen, so let It be.
-Juone 7 -Her childMr.
PERSONAL. NOTICKS MBECKLEES-In loving memory of nna-
THE PUBLIC is hereby notified that I than 'ckles, who depar.ed this life n
an not reMponsible tor any debt or debts Jn res -rant unto him 0 Lord
contracted by my wife Flormnoe sahadoi tAna ret gt hprptun. ltiot' him g.0Lord
bshe beng no lone r under my care and Ahim t.h et, ligt h1* e-
protNct ..MAN A.. M*ayhe rest i n peace
--JNe Mone 'ow -HOa" a", dauhter.. and n *dda.ghtli.
ASS PILiUC is hereby notified that I -
do ,not bod myself reponible for any
debt or debts contracted by my wife a
Malgte Mike, she h evig left my car-and il sjim Bi l
prateiton asRApril 2 9, 44. *3
-Jrune Princes Town. t
DIANA HUNT offers an Intelligent, at- IVlninM EWi VIum
tractive, well educated youngK lady possess- .. -- -
ed of Initiative, an opportunity of learaln In 'g V
the drnae business a assistant to the A lma
manaar*M. The work Is mainly clerical D iB RHEIM nlRm
but Includes helping with sales when no- hWi Wf TI i r Tint
essary. The working conditions are DO yOM fel d o l w dett sb
plesant ad the lary7 reasonable. Ap.' -fromieolansUpzNIgUa, l.
plilcatlon should he made to the Minageress no I" P.1, RhO tioain'" as ofitirnlN
it 25 Queeno's Park East.-June 7 Selett? fre .iunS "1? M ffkre mem
APPUICATIONS ar invited from men to b, .tt...7= 9=.. otsoma y... u
otf first class character to Join Southern h., and. Iladsd eSS ir ls.S ine-
OIfield Police Force. Must be of good to turned 3 Bl5 usual*g i"
physique and appearance, have a reason. o-s eie7by helpg" t7he 36 m 6
ably good education ead a sense of rea- poisono -us s acI and? waS.5
iponsibillty. Previous experience an ad- ha evrything" to X *a1d 1 hid 0 tM"
vantage but not essential. Good proIpect Itryilyt7r.2ieron-clTe w->3
tor the right men. Apply In own and. agreme-t mmssre a fttund d atWs
writtng with full details to Box P-154, e/o S retuora 1f empty package aSS MfB
"Trinidad Guardian. "-June 7 sati edUm. De't do-
CHILDREN'I B NURSE to sleep In. Pre-' lora lSp. OattiCyt-
vious experience handling growing children te (dim-tax) ten -
essential. Bring recommendatlons. $ per fl$liIes ntin 4411 lit to9" y M two
week to right person. Apply: I. Hayes
Strmet.-June T _____________
Unid. 4 Champe Elyaees Road, Maraval.
-June 3 I- - - -- - -
5a Maraval Road. Good wages, but no L-r I a A iO i
sleeping accommodation.-June 3 ChorOl and Orchestre-
Crackers for St. Anan estat. Gualy- I 0 N Cuy E A T
suayare. With attraetIve pay, free living C0 U E1 I It T
eppl# a oft Jother feat thAl 7 to

wU D ARDU R. RW d oyal Victoria Institute,
breakfut. A yplyt o Sm P., e/o "Guar-
dtl."-,June f / MUSIC SECTIONS
noe, ravld, 'os, top Valleton Ave.- Thursday, June It
nuc, Maval.--Jna 3 | J ...... I' .
PART-TI B ook-Keping/Accountinga
undertaken. Vernon Garcia. ,/o;2- U1. -ICKETS (at Str on g's)-
Vincent street. -Julne .I
YOUNG MAN desires position Is ss 72t m e.
Frnando se Clrk-Typist, sound experi-
ence In .typig, ng, correlpondenod ,
general ~k possessngGM^
etoe so tJSe/ats, goo l retarenad .
to Box .6, 'gusOl a."--4 ......
SPANISH TAUGHT. 12 yesn *panslbh
republls,. Rapid Course. James Clemet,
b Goorge tsot.-JuaMe 30
UNFURNISHED 0 HOU i. Ent soabat
'4. 'Phone 6.-JuMe 30
Street (opposite Arima i gStation) Bpe-
cialty Chinese uand Creole tbes. pric s
moderate Special a erraftngemal ir
Boarders.-June 3
FURNTEamD ROOMS with Board and
Lodfing for baelolos. Apply: 4 &S
Scott-Busla nStrot, 'Pnoe 73S.-JuDe-7
VAOANT PO S8SION of 3U 2itt tteet
and N 3 CorpiMo treetL Dial $I31, 6.^
453, BarMett.-Juns I lllrc m Eff
tdl Tinn as ad all
str. eet M --, iSMlUCalcutta
Strn.eet a. 4. luam te psos .-, se
-JUne to
BUNGALOW, str"", Mel. 0 ttrAetlVtri,
at 8 Allreds Sreet. in It R yourself
then 'Peio1= 4s a 41 i 1 Murray
stlew.-4415 T mam *a
ONE NEW BmviAL0W. %W f enl. *
forced Soncata. N U get19,M09
BRe". tonS t .*6 MI~tfM tAZIP ~ i W W~1 St. Jaa. 'T. pAl
All, a/C ^ '^- I TI10 FtET
June 14
SA LORD VA4RU. 6Mayrges, Write

RADIOGRAM, Antaetie. perfted an-
diti Forappoitmet to inspect calml
CA -TUldME RADIO Call at tUnited 'n L T
Radio Servlrs. Tunsipun Road. T-itapuMa. -lnr III
betwn I am. a d 6 im.-June3 i imS m Us
FORDIVS. 1929 model good crnditilon. SPHIl~EUbINI~h~iIm
tyres Pfoodff Apply: nosrd. Huilusg I
FOR SALB-One Standard Car. 1331
Is*g-o"o AUNT J
OIMS MODERN Icagmenl Ring thnm
OWIIM Apy.; 4 6 Br*ug ind
IRN SAPBS. Medium @IS& P. 331. 32 *

vise and Repalrs. 'Pon@ Union EleA ic. cA
Ell.--June a
InuL~m ru=~cnj PA NCA,

Fo -= 0. UMreSat,(WBOst 4or Fl
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Jeanl Atwei (11). .,unatel 4.3M5 pkm. to.

MUALLrER,.-At' I p m. f esterda
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ATWILU, -v MAltistr. ai of Mr. f e
Mros Odeswld M t of T.O.t e

atDaiph and Zeumeth, Faheoa at 4.501
pm. toda tem the hous of Miss WB-i
JI ACW.--0 Ie Abl4k. of Ri.c M. .

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i m above Read)d a ofRa t INo

Ragoba, Sadt Booga Ca, Mon
BnaOopi of Crame. San Fernaude
" a rt 1lairoo itoe and aasrop See.
AL.o FMuratl at 0 p.m. today. t
WllIAM-vr lerAU. l (nee Wodley) It
lM unOmna, mAAluteyr y wito Url n.
of Dolpb aSont b*M a-I tuwe 4Jm

one telctrii, daughterb of Men Wot.
y. funeral at 4.3 p, tod Area AlS

St. Reee Street. Port-of-Spadn. to Wuese
Methodist Hurh these to aLepeyof
A816ACK.-Dookl* Ablack. of Rich Plain,
DlCia Mut. brfltlr qt ke VaANu ~
RK ucdIoad). (BR- Rc Buof
Xacooku U M at, aao Ul ch oon,
Ml.aoto 84du1d lfatbar-inlotw
uaOolof Crams "M erttUad&
Mr. Donald at'u o Arm",: widel S
Sertum Bmlrop moooo and %*ffwd moo.,
mxmo. %uea *t4.s0 PAL lotoy.
Allende and rl*IUv" -ar kindly ask to
accept thisInimatikton.
WILLIAM*,-KXor~ort (no@ Woly at
Tu:7 Una, y-ramay. wits of 0ra VnII
it.u itlectrIdiao), dsugbter of tcn W"01.-
by. rumrW) at 4.30 p m. lodty *0 It*
At. Re" street, Port-o(-BBelnt. to~ur~
Ustihactst Church tboo** to Lxp"ToMf
CloMety. *

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KAlE?! RAZOR, t-

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Saturdayct from Mr J.L

I have been favogd gIJ
structiong fromn Mr. J. )Lr'UU
and Mrs. A. H0Ia i
Public Auction. the
4 Singer Sew* loot
comDlet. with electric k-
Singer Sewing Foot0
Sirer Sewing Hsa i
Electric Cuttin MdL
trie Irons. 3 Taoto'g*
Sit1W Buttonhole A
Set' Singer Sewing
and Needles, 1 Outt'
x at. -1 Portable M
Lady's Bicycle. 13 mt2 i
3 Dressing Tables, 2il i
SSingle Iron Spring I
Table, 2 Meat Sfe 1 e
1 Swivel Chair. 2 [
Mattresse (8nTI;e). i
Room Chairs .-ple e [
complete with Cuslho3 i
Dressing Table. 2 Book"
Doctor's Cabinet. T, M
Baby's Crib (,). ItM
Table t Morris al U
dian Chairs. 2 Madeftfts
Madeira Sette, 1 M
Wooden Beds. 1 Iron I
board ..
Make aB note of thing
urdav 3rd June. Il aj
month Circular 1Roa t' 4


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