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Trinidad guardian
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Sunday guardian
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Trinidad Pub. Co. Ltd.
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Port of Spain, Trinidad
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Began with Sept. 2, 1917 issue.
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Description based on: 25th year, no. 7404 (Jan. 1. 1942).
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Latest issue consulted: 71st year, no. 22316 (Mar. 31, 1988).

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Icelanders Vote
To Form Republic
RBYKJAVIK, Iceland, June
1 (AP).-Plnal firares in last
week's plebiscite gavPe 705N to
35 for severance of th! island's
700-year-old ties with Denmrk
while N,862 voted for a republic
aganst 1,0(64 opposed. The
legUslative body will convene on
June 10 to name the first pres-



Tram" Gaudifa oerreapntea.
Grenada, June I-The Hon'ble T. Albeh
I taed te St. Georges seat in the general election
i5eta Mar. W. I, JuOlen, the West Indian National
Sby 34 voteU in a keen contest.
P"Ow POlled 196 vot and WMr. Jullen 161.
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Usl of the results
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L .Th Ar Crisis Looms
that AIed Air ver ifllca
|attle of sommuni- J7~.amUlaica
|| awe eros-Channel -p 1
1gvrely restricted T e10ephones
military mov- -_________
*sad overwhelmed-*--
aaCity to repair Triudad Guardian Correspondent.
_;_ KINGSTON, Jamaica, June 1.-
iunations cam- A major political crisis is brewing
I'the British Bomber over decision of the Secretary ol
fia attackd M key State for the Colonles refusing as-
many with such a snt to the Legislature's decision
.that a second visit to sell the Jamaica All-Island
,ar, -andd couples Telephone to a private company,
,tu 8.s Includin the Jamaica Telephone Compas.
Eiht.l" c enw as, In the Legislative Council toy
A-tt-assauet which the Honblie Dr. Oswald Anderson,
of i brdgsea Out of Mayor of Kingston and Chairman
S ,the last three of the Elected Members' Associa-
..t tion0 led the opposition to Down-
"I.*,, -ng mt Street's ruling that the
Ministry aid most Council's decision should be held
Sbetwe. northern in abance and go before the
Irt c were severed HOUse of representatives to be set
Sd added: u U under the new Constitution for
Wh ih Inch ve h final decision on the whole prin-
S eewithin 10cilpl of public against private
wi e now severely ownership.
'e0 the remaining Other elected members, except
Iare Inadequate, the Hon'ble Dr. Ivan Lloyd, the
te railroad ystemf People's National party Member,
M countries as driven Joined in the attack.
[f roads where addi- They proposed to strike out pro-
Swere cut and III vision In the estimates for the
Uf has been Jamed telephone service and so, according
String fighters ureat to Dr. Anderson. "save $96,000 from
for strafing attacks, being thrown to the winds."
port involves an- The matter was deferred until
M for the Nasls: the tomorrow to enable the Government
Motor vehicles, to distinguish the telephone pro-
is bombing doubtless visions from the rest of Post Of-
any factories which ee and Telegraphs vote.
t now in turning out It IS likely, the Governor will have
ahar to declare the matter one of para-
;;now concentrating mount importance and give effect
ONtn only through to the Secretary of State's ruling
ht? general it can If tie combined vote of at least
"-% enemy's capacity nine elected members vetoes the
Sto have beeni matess, whereupon the elected
X -ythe number ot members concerned are expected
*s accuracy of theo walk out.
o f[Mayor Anderson yesterday
charged London with ignoring the
, ICouncil's deliberations and de-
M ,nd cleared that Downing Street's rul-
C16 t ing suggested the Council was in>
competent. He declared: "We are
WWIN HILL objecting to this apparent insult
2... / the Legislature even from the
Me I (AP).-trO0n Secretary of State for the
-bobera and oolonie."
Out 0008 the Major W. H Flmnn, the Colonial
.towahd ths1 3 oat Secretary, explained that the de-
SB afternoon after cliion of the Council to sell Was
lht saIult oln subject to approval of the Secre-
,bl .ll ttrt tMr o State. The reason for the
I l ~ms to assent, he stated, was
,K i ueI held tat London felt since ratification
frUM lnd- of te sale wau unlikely to be com-
i part o c te plated, because of its complexity,
In tm to a unti the new Bouse of Representa-
Sthe U t wa elected and since the
tawtl s principle) of public ownership was
/ important, it was better to refer
the Sonth of the whole question to the new
ttack whi made oue for them to decide because
l baSt MU.t e the present decision, if made ef-
ende 0d. A tron 4 active, would affect public policy
NO n -bombstbbes Irrevocably for a fixed period of
M ia year ____ _____
Asn freigh yard a i-- n~
lvii'to am Russians Attack
uppe k'ranco Kegime
June may nee the
Mwln of the Neal Iai& \^t rne 1 i..ix'-
ystem in The unioe at War AUbouawuon
,elglium and Io- rportea today that tni. tussian
Air Force main- o0ca newspaper "IzvesUa" puo-
enn asaultmn g uol ea an a a a mt the re-,
Sbehind the At-sA at b o ,ico bpam, decaruing'
t uaIt Its Axis character was un-f
Is that American coaoged aespAte it cape uA neu-
i Br itin. today 1 ia."1
a ani tsr* m -aveta" commented on the
m offieavoe p she. ceremony at tne terman
ame ara,a nlt auy in Maarid to oecosaie
bomber. An- urvivors of tiae z aulan diue
aewas vrved oAU9L. It ad: "Moving
S-nOoAc by a Mpseclus wa*er changed during
Boad T a ** eeeMmonv which again cmn-
t-me4 the friendly reUation ae-
Iberators and Wel- ,wmn bpan as d Uermany.'
Arlht attacked the -
^tT th e WoeslTrinidad Officer
.*wn Rumana For US. Course
S. ttlaV ftg ams" Mr. B. Moosal. Mahraj, Health
a fell n the target uducaton Offlcer. will be leaving'
S_....... er.. for Canada and the unltea
Sta Shortly after S tates of America sometime in
t warned that "nul. ientember to pursue a study
r we approaching course, the "TrraUda Guardian"
1W.. Learned yesterday.

Show Defeats Juiien
, In Grenada Election
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TV ilao V.TlUJ ILY
DLCBLIN, June 1 (Reuter).-Mr
Eamon dp Valera's Fianna Fail
Party gained a clear majority of
14 in the new ire Dail which k
expected to meet on June 9.
Final figures put the Government
strength at 76, against the com-
bined opposition's 62.
Results were: Flanna Fpall 76
Pine GaeI 31. Labour 7. National
Labour 4, Farmers 9, Independents
At the last Dail,. the Fianna Fal
had 87 and the other parties 71.
A move to defeat the Transport
Bill led to the election. Ar de
Va'era pleaded during the election
campaign for an ending of the
stalemate position. They could not
get on without a strong Govern-
ment which could not come from a
coalition, he declared.

German Punitive
Expedition Routed
LONDON, June 1 (Reuter).-
Greek guerrilla forces In Thesaly
have smashed a German punitive
expedition, 350 strong,. that had
been sent agpint a village near
Mount Olympus. After the clath
a Britisha officer who was there
counted 150 German dead. The
Greeks lost seven killed and eliit
wounded aend they seIzed numbers
if machln-guas and small arms.
A correspondent says In a dc-.
patch from Cairo that .the Greeks
took the Germans completely by
surprik They were in a bae
camp beside a small rivr and
nany of them were bathln or sun
iethln. The Greeks attacked s*d
wbea ox ra out of ammuait nm
they foult with knlve and com-
weiriv aolld the enemy

Fire Destroys Famous
Cathedral At Rouen
LONWfOI June 1 (AP) The 0r-
NAn radio laid tonight that are
wft the famous cathedral at
neme Rafer an eaploen Dow*.y
Wasmd by ei~e a de!wved ashe
mb or a land ne. It eald It
ras not unti an oar after the
blat s hat sace wa# snot
&M Uth row Of the e a
TW 4hmes, faned y a Stronm
"m ttw whole
ftftsrdl as w isasthe adiDt-
bE as-m of th AfflepA,00
it created hat the d
bmal Uoeteif B A~ te
26040 ftft 49 AM bo

swept 50 mues o wthe raurolao irom i
Peiping to Pukow across the
Yangtse River from Hankow, des:-

W LONDON, June 1 (Reuter--Mr 6royimg or amainsng 5 Ja eP I e
SOliver Stanley, the Colonial Sec- locomotives,
retAY. said t that This sween was oe of', series In lasses At
wanted to set un a Colonial Mdl- .a wideweld aerial offensive which
cal system radiation g from a central Included an assault up.eon-! tonVent S
t sial wt c tae1 a ma Road terminal at Lashio.a-t.
branhin outfro thecenraltacks On two Vatrol boats I h o v n tr
branchg out from he cenr South China a at nd bombing of -
hospital. He added that there will important targets in Thaland and i nd ju classes of
be a disoensary in every village.S nenioranajniof
rl" : nA Jo~eeO's Convent, suspended since
Mr. Stanley emphasized that One of the patrol boats sank and the oseth'r cone so.s.ped sincn
Government was determined to another wa badly damaged. All luld, May" 23, reum yvea
Spring in this service even though operations were executed without btu"riDa Mayor 23, renmd ye-
the diliculties were Innumerable, loss. rasoy morning d
t RMemptuon of classes was mnde
e p loible by th; transfer of the
2 b IT EIt A tA I... FlouriI. Ivtates to the Arouca Convent:
e te i i boys to the St. Mary's College
t plV- a n I where Oue Rev. Path'r Burns, act-
aPrincipaluPut at the disposal
t0 hold classes, and the use'of th,
; ssured Under oaad then and th
_ON Archbishop's house and the
...-nftenaryM Hall,together with large
Announcement of Canadian Mutual Aid Plan assuring the rl- school rooms In the new wing
lsh West Indies a 1944 supply of flour running into several millions Which escaped the fire. Training
of dollars was made here yesterday in a Pres release t from h ,ll _stileumt have been tram-
Department of Trade and Commerce in Ottawa. Icr to te Belnt intermadai
Under mutual aid reported simni- Sch--------" led
lar to American lend-lease. to their pepulatina While the Intad -dton Mr cont Alexis
Canadae, moved to nrake tsure total mount o .f.our involve thas hais house at ienry Sti.
that, notwithstanding scercity. the not been announced, it is uner-at tein disposal of the boys for
West Indi owill g"heir 1 stood to amount in value to snv- s while their refectory
of flgr leral millon, dollars. Delivery Is Stillon the Convent grounds,
s2as tot-W O & Am sa osestat
Hoe is expressed for- mutuy beig madeA s
beneficial relations between the. peritof months during 114. Voi i sSo iInre edy .he
N.W.I and the great Dominion'I "Thuis Isthe 494 direct Idutual by t~h rthe com*etim*tlo.wtk,
Scontinuing todevelop after the Aidassistance ewv n bmafda Ithen n mathfew r Weesoftmora
war. i to any f the contm nue classes
Full text of the release follows the Caribbean or In- ta.1 in100% of
1 .. . . directly howev r, the f t n Ian ss sa t g m Istad of
"MTe British Wem st e retho thuwR Wet nie oes
bee" receiving., &ewm and other ecoloneshave already tthe St. Clir&Cantonment, aug-
mon.1thsu, ,- .u. o bt from the arrangemenl s by tW!Hon'ble- rrol do
flour from Canada as a free trans-!between da s -the_ .'.was made in order to avoid
feW of esethal uppllas under the Kiliedoms., under which .-- ms on of the various classes
C~anadian Mutual Aid Plan which during 1940 *resded warh *9, ie Rev. Mother' superior toW
Is sIV ilar to th e A er c L eadn Inel. . .. ..eod at u.ea d-t I .* l -a d G u ard ian y e ra y. .

an tie. ands th t ",--" ^ ^ .s y a -ss-s?--
loam pn essetitlWma trials toa v alue It was fortunate she odtsha
"*Agre e et to provde these than onUSLWA Sams e they had diSCOlntined .the bo
supcle was reached between the b an pphlOs were 41Y5,eefly Ing!of students at the Cemt n#

CaTdian uthor, tle-an OW tt eoths Wet nd ies.The t eir l would cetai* %.
various West Inian Colon*ie M Ir'ual- -AM ,-OWrin.e we os hh lpf"l'd. A' Ia 1. 4
UtSWW this year and detailed ar. thituted du;ig14"=. aduiMtSbSWWh adhwvr.mi
robsements for thne proeuormment Cam0 Is estendnt 4hset s#*do&- eW in the resumption of das-
and transfer of the ftv wre "a o etW 1toUe Unied Inthat smaly needed space,
IP nf the d A of t he 4 W S0hh nit-d would otherwise have h
/50uabe James... tMainnon, heneedfofis -If %1 h4 dvoe d"R.i to thm .
Miniter of Trade end CO.5LA.esmr6ce o o 1%a.MohrI vr
TRINIDAD ACC ~ no hr anatlefthemtooutf atheirteeee that cabism" rssn
2*MDA ACCU 0" ad"e"ings b Nseft N Met O#*the 1-4 411111411
mAnl tihecolonies b te Wtih b "OWs hif~ t*th.ase.e e been received fro um U ,
O W 140 1 N of Un CMW ruflow a._i
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Trinidad, Saft a h fKW M'T A _I t
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Pm unications

Nazis T hrow American Troops Inl

c ,AasiGerman Lines And Su

And 15 'Planes In
3rd Day Of Offensive 3f
BULIn Spectacular Coup
R is today yrepu= Pe
= n Nazis Name Jumping Jeep
4Ir t hatSvit"essa nce ha
Sened conderably and the Red 'LT U I.*4d____
Army was counter-attaclna~Jw uu u
,oe points toregainot t N ew Bulgariani '
tewB __

Tpar fRo axis aIbt teaddnMo otemotpoAi *" '
The Rusinnigh t ct uGovernment I
9ffighti1ne in this sector, cost tie# ~ .--

the German radio asse rtedsta LONDON, June 1d B p (AP. -T e -

Vit~ens, hich the *Rd wtar." es be = visited~u Hiteprtoeand M ~olln an min ovr n-4nt^a .8.pugd ,fe n
Nais onta n r a w 1ie Pprs
"major n tietsin i oeromwuer e erm ansoe announced today the for- re oe f te y le
tie on ath sifron, p blamed motion of a neow Bulga rioan Govern- .c p wti h IuE
that all Rusa-tak failed

alo nomp1ih their obe -.tivs -mentIn a manner inDicating W uthat
oc deterdspxties pecu of ADVANCEthey have taken over the country

Monscow ~desa s pheS iated S p" :-t na me asv Hungance. ------ _----------

that even h m iner s t nhatng w as me petnsnmeas. s ungea ry ot e n tn en i

twthth rife uisctofedm ?tanm/ the .av anee d A~tm*ltaevd CUNKN Jn ^^ AP.-Mihiovieh a1 Comadr o[ th
S store as the Germans t n werew makingthevarnet a
apeci- e fort to free de Ian r novas an. VaPremierandl
Pspcniralrod luh oeinMnster. Berlin said in a,

Nazi edi A~yspstin. outt Istana off th eos el n fere WlrhTinme Aong Fiay 130-mZInaeAlls ~ al irai Cacringetobasmessagear'ctovstri e.immediately
hec m ar leos D thatp with Transoceacn N ew. s Agency broad he d n e N e T
fe wn ins he l -cs.Ha xrado vs a at the n lastl tdescribedha s Ar vte
At the sam ne time Russian mill- anp A a a ry ona o a ha y- LON e e ros
tary commentators said althoi Since the falu l of the BoJ Yiitdyorllov

fusanledetenexpl et whirtlha an- souhwst the Amria monr Chnge 10 miles, to th noth | ... c soe. Dr.s statent muade no
cuclaesto f alr e at f w E Government ten ayis ago develorp-on
telr ac ing t o tre stra tegicat- mets in Bulai had been cloa-e ro t
tern.yi angtanew sy'.of the edts In myt ery, but reports f sromo C t ot
enemy's los sth "object ofan theneutral sources said the Germ ans h nd thei wa n
attacks heWAS difclt to surmise e." were pour troopsien to sthe coun-n ve tmle ot p ren te
They disclosed that numerous tank thry and h a taken command of ere the l .
units were encircled and systema- Bulgarian Army.
tically Wiped Out. Bagrianov was Identified In Lon- fbe
Apart from ths Iasi battle and don as one of the most ro-Axis
the German attack northwest of Of Blai' politicians. In 1941 ''
Vitebsk. which the "Red Star" des-y he visitee Hitles and Musslin and

cribed as fruitless, th ere were other shortly after resigned as oMth Ainpister etytet n c ut ear e or
developments of the dvo Nazi of Agriculture when the Filov Ca- Jumping over an embankment this U.&s Jeep plunged19 fert andl

attacks omn the r1inm of the a binet rejected his proposals for aturn eln over into the St. Je phu iver, near Curebearl e RyeterdAmyn
tituall teu Eroled a ree reform of natie r. onal economy oniron Bth occupans ro the ort.vehicle-amesChristian, i thea
ran atnd p n o r t he Bes rof vd,som mee the ng t in ee s n -I o anFascistaulines.
mlil es noh east ofL v. as -ny Transocean announced the other driver a ma ber of the Navy, and Altfred Trim, a peasoement inr,
ported In the Berlin commuique. ministers as: Interior, Professor menton WithbSlight InJUrieo,

A German dacr os s Lake Pskov, Alexander Stan le sc he la b asv; and est of heutan-- ala o
also reported In the enemy com- General Rus Russev; Finance, of Croa ad
unique, subsequent Nazi Dimitar .avov: Agriculture, Pro- er nta t__ mlesnot,,h a ..l .
broadcasts which claimed that Rumy t essor Douche Kostov; Trade.mKris- o. A
sian "nests of resistance s on the to Vassllev; Education, Professor PopemPu To Address Ki ng Pet er
out.", Public Works, Boris Kolchev. College ot adnl
Trans-ocean comments that the General Russev was announced crdr nals
Soviet SUauner offensive haraly as a hold over, indicating he had NEW YORK, Junes (AP)- Mt e sTohort
could be delayed longer and the yielded to the German military de- An address by Pope Pius to the ovesent For
consequent tension would be great-mands. College of Cardinals in the Va- k.
v Increer 1.ticanIs scheduled fcr 4 a rm.C oali acomni
N iW ee At^ -:4-r llasil a^-j (EAstern War TimeP on Friday., e
Becomes Death Trap MIore Troops fromctheed BY ALEXofIVatican
~ ~radio by Dr, Max Jcrdan, of the LONDON, June I (API-Kizng
LONDON. June 1 (Reuter).-. Nationalais.Broadcasting Comn- o ,fral
failed to exploit their local ad- commissioned Dr. Ivan Subasic to
v"W orthoflasi. Daylong sat- frADVANCEDiio Gvenmn
tacxs yesterday with mass"s of AVNE ALLIED HEAD-TfomanwclionGvret
tanks, infantrY and bombers won QUARTFRS. New Guinea. June 2 4a S y-a s andl appealed to Serbs, Croats and
not a single yard ofgrur (AP.P-(4neral Dougiha M& Jac-B w~,Q.q Slovenes of his polyglot kingdom
Today's German comntii~ rtrsomunique today" tiayWd herw ueftw t
claims no further advance. teifVBNNu s-1',bOefl t he ., PkPIsAPtol0as4 ter.dfrows ni
The Moscow newspaper -Rdinto Biok IStand to supy the Changte C ity paea "when they will be ftee be
Star," explains that in fact the hard premsed Allies troops striving ~eftrass their Winl."
German wedge beaeadahI cpur ~oC ihnrn Marshal Tit~o, who is reported
ta.Russian runners co-.operating o, the Philippines. D PNE OS ob upatn eea rj
%.the rfe'nlvtn units, cud infawetryMeanwhile the advanced Allied CHUNOKrNis, June (AP).- Mihailovich as Commander Of the
wtheenm the k r ifed nanr units, cuttll eldof by enemy The Chinese High Command aln- Yugoslav armies fighting the Ger-
detachment that were wedged In 'snipers amongl ridges on the main nounced today that the Ja& occupants, meanwhile orderedt
the Rcd Army's positions. I Schoutein Island off the coast of in fierce tightin- along ah- mile his Partisans to strike Immediately
"RdStar", says that yesterdayI Dutch New Guinea. Headquar- front, have advanced in three against the Nazis because "the
the German gains had all been ters said sniper fire and mortar major &Ilves against the Hunan last blow of the Red Army and
virtually neutralised, and not one exchanges were the only activity. Provine, city of Changsha by- the Anglo-American Allied troors
Germahn attempt to filter into thej Two hundred miles to the passing the Chinese stronghold of is approaching."
Russian defences met with any Southwest, the American invaders Changteh, 100 miles to the n'orth- King Peter's statement made no
Success ait all. at Maffn Bay killed 7.5 more Nip- west. mention about Tito, but it Is con-
The fi&LQ figures show that in VOtiese in PfitrOl actions to raise The Japanese gained in heavy sidered highly probable that Tito
Tuesday's and Wednesday's attacks the total of enemy Casualties fighting southeast of Changteh and would be offered a Cabinet post.
the Germans lost 148 tanks and there since the May 17 landing both east and west of the Canton- Dr. Subasic was a former Gov-
19P7 'planes, No change is reported to 1.453. Hankow railway along the Mibo ernor of Croatia and is regarded
on the other land fronts, but the In the first offensive action in R~iver front about 40 miles north As friendly to Tit.
Finns say that Red Army troops months On Bougainville, American of Changsha. After taking the oath of ailegi-
have been attacking Finish Posi- forces moved to seven miles south- Apparently intent on cutting Of f ance to the 20-year-old monarch,
tions in the Karelian Isthmus, east of the Torokina River in the reinforcements. Japafles? amphib- Tito said the new Government
Empvress Augusta Bay am. T is iou troops crossed from the north could be successful only if it had
was the first American move be- shore of Tungting Lake below ,,An-,the colaboratlon. help and support
vond the beachheaid Perimeter sein stabbing ifito the iceb Iow f all the resistance movements In
De ale since it was established ls ar!; and by -passing east of chang- the Balkan kingdom. Subasic is
November 1. -1.". regarded as a compromise choice
1AT~,M~1I~'a4:4v ~ i*a:~ -American 'planes meanwhile, between the leaders of CroaLts and





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filtrate Behin

round Velled

In Alban HilI

8th Army Capture&

Frosinone And Sora

Road Junctions

States infantrymen, advancing three miles behind the German linmf,
in a spectacular coup today, captured the highest peaks of the
Alban HiVs, encircling Velletri and fought within sight of Rome and
the Dome of St. Peter's.

Chinese Take

Town Across

Burma Border
The Chinese communique today
announced the capture of Kam-
liangkung, only eight miles from
the important objective of WUtien
In the Mamien Pass sector of the
western Yunnan Province, north
of the Burma Road. Continued
good weather enabled the Chinese
troops to Inflict heavy losses on
the enemy.
Paving the way for the major
land sweeps now being developed
by the Chinese armies, the 14th
United States Air Force heavily
bombed and strafed the Japanese
strongholds of Lungling, Teng-
chung, Mangshih, Pelchankung-
fang and Chiangtso.
Allies Drive On
Toward Kanmain
KAMDY. EY3LO1, June 1.
(Reuteo',-Dilked forces in the
Mogaun Valley a re overcomil
one of the toughest obstaclea, In
the drive on the Japanese forward
base of Kamaing. In a frontal
assault. Chinese troops astride the
road, smashed a Japanese advance
on a village, fought their way
forward two miles and wiped out
the defenders.
Today thev are attacking the
next Japanese position, 11 mUes
up the road to Kamalng. Closer
to the town but across the river,
other Chinese troops are putting
pressure on the enemy positions
south of Kamaing. and a third
force is still blocking the enemy's
road and river communications
down to Mogaung itself.
8outh of Mogaung. the Japanese
garrison at Myltkyina is fighting
stubbornly, but the Allied troops
attacking from three sides, have
made good progress against pill-
boxes and entrenchments.

Crawling silently through t"
Nazi lines, the Americans seI
Mo"te Artemnisio, overlooking Ve*
letrl from the rorth, and tih
3,000-fcot Mount PCs-hto near
tiklnnp hundreds of astonished
prisoners and wiping out nei
A trae was throw about Vel.
letri by this infiltration in forv
and another plunge by Amerlo0m
troops winning hih ground nea
Lake Nemi, northwest of the me'
aced town-the oush carryla|
them within 15 miles of Romel
gates of St. John tateran.
Headquarters declared that ti
Germans were falling back alo
Via Casillng (ilhwav Six) I
yond captured Froslnone-south
east of the Germans' Alban
stand-while hard fighting rain
between Velletri and Valmonton0I
to the northeast.
Seizure of the Alban Hil
heiRhts dug deep into the Oermaj
line below Rome.
The spearhead of this arm 4i
the Allied forces pushed acro0

Allies Dropping
Paratroops In Italy
LONDON, Junoe I Reuter)-
BEl j'adlo said tonhghi thba^
Allie Daiatoop* iimvesL

cutumalt aB'!kite roads.
-*i-rr- -riV *--- -
Froma di Campeleone. one otl
Pointine Plain's main draMg
canals west of Lunuvio, .aM
stabbed a foothold in the ilop0
of the ColU Laziali mountain mU
in scallrg the 3,000-foot 10"
Peschio, north of VeiletrL.
(The Germans in Italy an.
fighting tooth and Mnail a
along their defence line south
or Rome and Vauhan Thomas,
B.B.C. reporter, who sla with
the Fifth Army. says that the
enemy has put everything nb
has got into this line. CracN
parachute troops have been
sent into Velletrl now almost
surrounded and in other sef-
tors company butchers and
cooks have been put into the




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FIMDAY, JUNE 2, 1944.

ew Bill Wil Modernise
Inridad Quarantine Laws
3Bll for a Quarantine Ordinance,
Which Is down for first reading at this
n & meeting of the Legislative
iuc, seeks to implement the deci-
Vu of the British West Indian Quaran-
ne Conference held here from Novem-
jer 15 to November 19, 1943. As the con-
$rence report was issued here in Febru-
Iry, the presentation of the Bill so soon
afterwardss is welcome evidence of a de-
,lre for quick action which could well be
"*nulated in respect of other reports.
'the aim of the Bill is to bring up to date
4he quarantine laws of Trinidad and To-
fago, which have remained unrevised
bnce they were passed 33 years ago.
; The need for modernization is obvl-
n, for the conditions which those laws
er intended to deal with have changed
ibmeaurably through the years. We no
bnger live in the leisurely pre-Great
'lTar days, before the fast ocean liner and
fhe passenger airplane had become corn-
ionplaos means of travel. While swift-
I transport has brought great advan-
SLtoe, it has also increased the risk of the
bread of communicable diseases over a
tder area. Air travel has thus brought
4 challenge to public health experts,
|ich can be met only by efficient pre-
autionary measures to safeguard com-
unitie brought within a few hours of
entrees of infectious outbreaks.
SWhile the Bill generally follows the
kodel Ordinance recommended by the
Quarantine Conference, It contains a de-
.rtar, from the Ordinance which it is
'0I repUce which calls for explanation.
Anyone who is interested will look In
rain in the objects and reasons append-
ed to the Bill for the reason for the new
provision that the Director of Medical
Services should be the Quarantine Au-
thority. The Model Ordinance leaves it
to each individual territory to determine
how its authority shall be constituted-
whether a single officer, an unincorpor-
ated Board, or a corporate Board-but
we should not have expected the Trini-
dad Government to propose a departure
from long-accepted usage without ex-
plaining what has prompted it to do so.
While the Ordinance now in force
provides for the appointment of a Quar-
antine Authority, it does not stipulate
whether that body shall be one or more
persons. However, the Government has
hitherto interpreted the intention of the
relevant section to be the appointment
of several perons. The present authori-
ity comprises six officials, including the
Director of Medial Services as chair-


.... k

Labour Bureaux Should Help
Movement Back To Land
CURTAILMENT 6f work on the defence
bases is having Its Inevitable effect.
A large number of people have been
thrown out of employment, and adjust-
ments must be faced. These will take
time and will not be easy, but things
cannot be allowed to slide if the transi-
tion period is to be freed from needless
anxiety. Public works on a large scale
cannot be undertaken without sufficient
materials and transport, which unfortu-
nately are lacking in war-time. But
though the Government is unable to
provide new jobs, it can see to it that
proper machinery is established to chan-
nel the jobless into openings which may
be available.
This is the reason for the decision an-
nounced last month to open labour bu-
reaux in Port-of-Spain and 11 other cen-
tres in Trinidad, where job-seekers can
register and be brought In contact with
prospective employers, who are also in-
vited to use the bureaux. While these
agencies will not be able to negotiate
terms of employment, and those in
charge of them will accept no responsi-
bility for the wages and working hours
offered, they should nevertheless serve a
useful purpose unaer wide-awake man-
agement, for the public service they are
intended to offer is important and much
One of the disadvantages of the la-
bour bureau run by the Government in
Port-of-Spain has been its relatively lim-
ited range of action, though it has done
valuable work. After the labour disor-
ders brought on by the drought in 1934,
a committee appointed by the Govern-
ment recommended that the Warden's
offices should serve as a sort of auxiliary
labour department to keep track of un-
employment. The existence of labour
shortages in some places while jobs were
supposed to be lacking elsewhere has
from time to ime since then emphasised
the value of the recommendation. The
employment offices or bureaux which,
according to a Government notice issued
yesterday, have been established at 11
Warden's offices in the ccauntry from
June 1, should help to redress the bal-
ance upset by labour layoffs.
The most important service the bu-
reaux can render will be to bring as
much labour back to the land as possi-
ble. We do not suggest that they should
act as full-fledged propaganda offices for
that purpose, but they should endeavour
to keep as complete a record as possible
of agricultural opportunities and bring
them prominently before eligible work-
ers. To grow more food and to devote
adequate time to the operations of our
staple agricultural industries are the
great necessities of the hour. Anything
contributed to this purpose will be a step
in the right direction.

I in Gent's Shoes


ward. I pointed out that t ward
should, for obvious thisw. be re-
moiwdd from the hospital pounds
with AS litte delay As psrte.
"The Directr ooneued, but de-
clared that thU laeIk o f funds stood
in the way. As ths i such an im-
portant and pressing matter, it we
as to have a hospital in accord
with modern Idmes, I suggested that
the removal of the ward should
take precedence of other lees press-
In though costly works.
Sonmone enquired about the
fate of the roped sanatorium to-
wards which the public had aet-
erously subscribed over W500O in
1939. 1 could not hear what the Di-
rector had to say on that subject."
The Director of Medical Services'
observation seemed to indicate that
the flow of money from the Trea-
sury was at that time a trickle; it
later became a stream, and has now
assumed the proportion of a flood
which, in these halcyon days of
,'golden prosperity," no dam can
Be thi as it may, It is a pity
that (in spite of committees and
conferences which unfortunately
proved sterile, as their recommen-
dations readily found asylum in the
scrap heapi a matter which so
closely affected the health and wel-
fare of the inarticulate section of
the community should have been so
longneglected, when less important
matters received prompt attention.
I do not believe that anyone,
however craven, can contemplate
this prolonged inaction with com-
placency and nonchalance.
It is indeed a melancholy reflec-
tion, that it needed ten years of
official passivity and supineness for
the prestige of a distinguished spe-
cialist to prod Oovernment to a
sense of duty in this matter, which
had so interested the public that it
made a generous contribution to-
wards the object In view as long
ago as 1931, when building materials
and labour were easily procurable
&nd at far cheaper prices than they
are today.
In fact. Government missed the
'bus, and the results anticipated by
the public with so much enthusiasm
ten years ago have been very dis-
appointing and will hardly encohir-
age any such respon.i in future.
Happily, this contribution has not
been thrown into the rubbish heap.
but lie securely In the coffers &f
Barclays Bank. It is now a question
whether this money should not be
returned to the contributors of th
for.d. after so long ind defo a
slumber especially as the Teasiury
can meet every wnnsihle rdemard.
RI. LHEULT, M.D. (EIin.)

Railway Rehabilitation
The itter, "Trinidad Guardian.*
Doubtless, many of your readers
were glad to see the sharp rebuff
issued by the Government to a
member of the Legislative Council
who asked question about a
former railway official.
The purport of the question may
not be quite clear to the man-in-
the-street, but the questioner. I
presume, had no doubt whatever
about It. We can expect many
such questions in the future.
I suppose the member is aware of
what hu gone on at the railway
during the past 10 years, or Is heT
When the Bill comes in for the
reabilltatUon of the railway-the
full bill, I mean--someone Is going
to get a shock.
There is one curious thing about
it all to me. and that is how the
new Advisory Bard got all the
netemsary plant trom country
supposed to be In the war to per
cent, w les Britain, whioh is in
the war 100 Per nt, would not
deliver, let alone supply.
And now what is going to happen
to the anlwyI
Shortly., 100 new buses will te
kuiied h% and when the war is
over thire wll be plenty of trucks
The railway will be charged with
retrashment again. It will be-
come the white elephant it hb
been sine motor tmawsport wag do-
Show me th official who in it"
would ave fared to go to Uu
Government and ask for a few
dollars for expansion. But in2eA
hundreds of thousands of dollars
have gon into V scheme
to put W 09 t feet.
I am Buad t rlway Tat back
1 i4n. It is godsend to have it
ett lat th4 a a" But nothing
that b ben done was inmposeb
for a 8r*nt3 oell had he been
gives aeW blanehe-and freedom
to to A seris tor m les.

hgd Droinage Deplored
The WMN. -r TiW Gwdi4W'
Te qu-ttim of "Powing more
feod" ta ktehly Impossite here on
aesetnof lagoon whih covers an
ar "wer a square mile. The sea
water ge thrU h three channels,
Uthe ta b#ts tea u lummoette
drain, and the Cemetery dra in
volumes at ewvy sprng tide. If
the o water ot conD trolled the
vl can daily be washed by
tidal Waves.
At present, all our young eul-
tivUatims are always damaged s ad
omn thing. to
a t us t cleArinn up e drains
,or th. r wther.

Bulga' a Clings To Stolen

Area Despite Allied Warning

With Russian trope ready to That prophecy has, alas, proved only
knife into the Balkans. Bugaria too accurate. When danger threat-
has been called upon to break ened the Greek Government en-
with her selor partner Ger. deavoured to evacuate as many
many. Whether this wUll be people as possible, but the Nazi ad-
done Is not known, bu the Ger- vance was swift. The result has
man stranglehold will not V- been that those left have suffered
easily loosened from any of her unspeakably, and when the full
Balkan or other satdllt. story is available, It Is likely to
By EDMUND ROIERTS show that in the territories occu-
pied, Bulgaria has perpetrated one
A short time back it was reported of the major atrocities of the war.
that the Bsulgarians had occupied Thousands of victims have bern
more districts In Greek Macedonia. massacred. To excuse these murders
Sofia denies this, but the latest in- the Bulgarians concocted stories
formation from Greece proves that about Greek armed bands attacking
this is a lie. Bulgarian territory. Inevitably acts
The fact is that Bulgaria is try- of sabotage took place, since after
ing to double-cross everybody. If all the Greeks were endeavouring
she dares, she would slip out of to defend their own soil, But the
Hitler's clutches, but the lamenting real reason for the crim-s, was the
brought on by Aljed raids Is merely systematic Bulgarian policy of an-
crocodile tears of contrition, and nihUlating the Greek elements In
with the Russian advance, she may Macedonia and Thrace and their
find herself in a very uenviable Bul3arlsatlon. Much the same thing
position. has gone on in the Macedonian ter-
Bulgaria is still determined to ritory filched from Yugoslavia.
cling on to the territories in Thrace
and Macedonia filched from Greece DOCTORS DEPORTED
and Yugoslavia. This is probably As well, the ewalthiest Greeks, and
cne of the reasons why so far no also Greek Intellectuals, doctors.
approaches have been made to the priests, and schoolmasters, have
Allies despite broadcast warnings of been deported to Bulgaria. The
the penalty she wil be called upon Greek population have been forced
to pay If she continues to back the to "BulIgarse" their names by add-
Axis. ing the suses "off" and "eff." so
Bulgaria at the same time try- that now Papdopoulos and Geor-
Ing to curry favour with Big Slav g.idst become Popoff and Geor-
Brother Russia, hoping for sympa- glel l and o on. The Bulgarian Gov-
thy in her brigand career because ernmernt has likewise permlttad
she has not declared war on the some of the worst Macedonian ter-
Soviets. rcrists, fanatical nationalists, to
This move of the present ruling enter prostrate Greece ad Yugosla.
clique in Sofia is not likely to cut via, to cow any who opposed Axis
much ice with Moscow, however, policy.
where diplomacy faces facts blunt- Proof of the intention of Bulgaria
ly. The recent occupation of Cu- to hold on to the swag Is the road-
toria, Florina, and Eddessa, districts building prgramme in the terri-
of Greek Macedonia, means that stories concerned, for Mactdonia and
German troops have been released Thrace are strategically of out-
for the Russian and Italian fronts, tenoding value since they border
Mr. Churchill referred to the trans-. Turkey and the Aegean. The Nesis
fer of reinforcements to Italy from have not forgotten that the first
the Balkars in his speech of Feb- crack in the defences of the Can-
Xua'y 22. tral Powers last time resulted from
GRIP EXTENDED tUe drive based on Bolonlka. In
order to Improve communications a
Bulgarian moves .in these areas firset.class system of macadamised
Is only another eytnsion, of the roads Is being laid down.
.ip they have been getting over Whet the future of Macedonia
Macedonia since 1041. To-day the will be nobody can tell. One thing
whole of Macedonia is ccupIed ex- is certain, Bulgaria will not be p~r-
cept for a small enclave around mitted to retain Gr-ek Macedonia
Salonika, and Bulgarian occupation IMershal Tito is said to have prom-
extends as far as the frontiers of ised Macedonia complete autonomy
Albania and the border of Thessaly. and has appointed one of the best-
The latest development, which known and most respected Mace-
would have been Impossible with- donian leaders. Dirnitar Vlahov, to
out Nazi connivance, proves how be vice-president of the Yugoslav
sincere Bulgaria is in her professed Legislative Assembly,
desire for peace! ,, This has created a profound effect
No more hypocritical lie has ever In Sofla. and neither the Press nor
boat uttered by the Nads than radio has been allowed to mention
thetr announcement over the air in it. It mar be to offset this move of
the spring of 1641 thatBulWrian Tito't that certain Bulgarian circles
troops had moved Into Macedonia who see wise enough to realis their
and Thrace to protect the Inhabi'. country cannot attain its territoril-
tants of the territory "liberated" by a& ambitions, have also revived the
the Germans and to "establish idea of an autonomov Macedonia.
peace and order." As the over- But few statesmen with intimate
whelminr majority of the Inhabi- knowledge of southeastern Europe
tants were (the tense is Important) are favourtpble to this solution.
Greek, the Nasis had "liberated" Macedonia s a poor country and If
Greeks from Greek rule and sent nominally independent every neigh-
Bulgarian troops to protect them. boring State would endeavour to
It was said at the time that if assert Its predominance in a coun-
the Bulgarians followed out their try with a mixed population of
methods of World War I the people Turks, Greeks, Bulgarlans and
were doomed to suffer severely. serbs.

Blessed Are They
A tnibuto to Se Nuns who pe- The virtue of His handmaids to
Ueteda i as. LJMeph' Co- & acquire;
Waet s MI R Y I 1k44 Most fruitful were your efforts,
You sought no merriment of trivial Mtrs dear!
i oys dvoid of .rta*T, him a lifetime did. you dedicate
NO Beatig Jtaa $c.h hour of which with goodly
a doeo was fraught;
You" St ut that which elevates NNr di yu easo on Hit dema
ad; o -etoant
And found in olitudes a sweet Till Death ln you hi trwio ro-
release. wrought!

Tou sought not to derive a lofty
By strivhing the decree of Man to
Tou sought your wayward passions
to restrain,
And on this .world the fruits of
Wisdom heap.
From this dread world no recom-
pense you ought,
No laurels for god deeds-*o
earthly fame;
To free your souls from fear of
death you fought,
To make return to Him from
whom you came.
You sought no proof that you
coula perfect bE.
Your faults you knew--for them
ou did repent:
To Qo who gave you life you sat
a plea:
Your prayer was t.sard-B guid-
ing hand he leant.
He led you to the knowledge of
the grace
That they .derive who serve th*
Master's will;
This knowledge did y eae
BY vowtnr its conditions to foll.
Ye. you determined thee' wyr e#"
TO le$a a life of sa l" e0"
p -"aq, 'wi-et

And now that you are fled, who
c an but mourn
Your abseemes from the rank of
Ood'a defenders?
Within whose breast Msall not be
swrrw born?
None-for to your sad fate each
heart surrenders.
Chate Ones, you died a glorious
death Indeed:
Tho' fieroe h flames that urg'd
you to the sod.,
Yet of a fiercer and more rav'noua
Were those that tit your heartA
with love of God!
Sweet Uvlu, giv them that as-
Thatt y" trustworthy bervants
'mr 2S^ &MaoW4l Thy
ft1 k 1M16trd wblis of Thy do-

=. '" th stod wevotd to wI
Is ep.e,wweS. them
Veegg23el ta &ly bl..
^^.. now*iin vswbo

30th May, 1944.




Re Death of
1. LIONEL JOSEPH, late of
Oropouche Road, Siparia, a
workman lately employed with
Trinidad Leaseholds Ltd.,
which occurred on 26th
March 1944.
2. CLSI "VT DUNCAN and 1.
late of Vihlney, Ls Brea.
workmen lately employed with
Antilles Petroleum Company
(Trinidad) Limited, which
occurred on 19th Pebrusy,
Compensation in the above Mat-
ter having been deposited with me
under Section 8 of the Workmen's
Compensation Ordinance, the de-
pendants of the said 1. Lionel Jo-
let 2. Clement Duncan: and S.
Frederick Harris are heretj re-
quired to appear before the Com-
missioner on Friday, the 9th day
of ,une, 1944 at 9.30 o'clock In
the forenoon at the Court House,
Port-of-Spain, when thr Commrla-
sloner shall proceed to det^ ine
the distribution thereof.
Proof of relationash'l of depend-
ants to the deceased workman will
be required by the Co .missionerto
be furnished by claimants at the
inquiry. Such proof to be in the
form of certificates, of birth and
of marriage as in the circumstances
bp neoemary.
'nted this 10th day of May. 1944.
Registrar, Supreme Court.

OGeneral Manager of



As the acrumulation m .
standing orders has .a
miderably reduced. ap
licences to import a
titv of foods3tiffs frt the3
tine will now e cbiel..
A.VPleatloio. must inclu'V
fol0owinr inforihsUon: .
(aI A defiite ueroi

(b) A Cerlificate, o
evidence to pron
merchandise il j
able at any tUm =
the shipping nrld Ml-

Importer are requestem
that applucaion i fs WnAu
the July/August period,
be considered If NH. ilt
the 15th June. 1944.

Old Post Office Bldgs,
7 St. Vincent Street.
Port-of-SpaiU, '
31st May, 1944.


This Is a general view of the Great GatMewayt
MOesque In the city of ratehpur Slkrt built 1

In 1569 a son was born to AkbAr's rjpI
daughter of the Rajoh of Joipur, and intlt
year a second son was born, the child of o ai
It was in commemoration ofothe birth of Itis
Sikri that Akbor then designed to build a DMA

..The building was begun forthwith ard carried 010t1o
years. Mosoues and valaces arose, schools and bathlel'
and a circus for volo and elephant fights and a wall @f ii W
built round thM citY.

Aftr the omnust of Oujerat. the city w SP l
Ikr, orwthe Olt of Voeo,, On the get wxrti of
the famous hiarstooa: 'Io MM Jesus upon whoi b, i
WONd to S bdg os wer tA but bud no boe I t
utldi t Abars session eMd the O j
meatre tor the a o aw eag of Ohfteotsa nitaffi Ef
O"MU amd -.184icana phd Dhl hams fe btr^
Ajl:coutura ons ?1'# 0o~ brilliant 4111",< Wrd w to be mt f crater 1 eato r
b"M Smwet4 and lud. ,
AMbr left it in 1to. and ave one brief I
It we as U the words on tM to of the UNN _we
wte.amdanlhii n 18 w .of creatiopwrM

l. La on oft he hbelktrto be
In 01 e sint in rwr. n 5U

no .th(owr humdnd satbh m v~irJ. S>
op tfm vaftwra* Art t*-a ralu|

(Iftaw^ sha ~sv

Tan, Willow Call

and Box Calf...

$4.3 te aI

$14.5s per pair

no. mta* UvW9.0

to jiDROKw hMo e the Leglul
mi Wuth atown broughte-th hag

to PuUW no41Me we hope the LegfltWure
wl -at aleat inquire why It is de1 It
8* $obe emutwyr tothe wishre
quiM"tly zptsusd In unomcial quarteraK
that representative peraone should par-
ticipate in the adminIstering o afQfair
though there may be someilng to be
said for it where quick decision or action
is needL.,.

IGovernment N

Oord we Invited or om
O W oMSmspeed str r.p.i, lz l "

TeONa y ar t pob an t anLdde- ma hery.I..
Tshey )*Oe Workin g speed top-Mincludi, R ..
tankth aon 2 water. -latingd tans
Thu# engine# nr offered forma10e to111beem h I

Offers are to be sealed and addressd to the Om~iI
Trinid-' Government Railway, by 5th June, 1944.
TRMWs: CMh. Deliwvy ex site. Purchaaer to arragim L.
.rnd transportation,
The previous notice inviting offers for the purchal e of ths
& Hornsy oi enines la hereby cancelled. l

,ImDnA fUAvmasN. vI MAY. JNRM M&L.

g Getrmas Blowv Up Grooinsg The Steel SteWId

-: CratersLitter Roads
iw0IiNxuaD FrOmPAGE 13
0" 01 0 is 6Zntiuing tohurl
era In the hatte for PRome. e v
7 n"ta I ethowinl the Luftwaffe into, a Ilast
O t d ite lld life and death effort. .

hnly- Adan ft elprople ta unn ho n of rlndingelrt"^ ta **w-MW*Mi ff'Th -**
. .. I|lutou-thll--l. Inue 7 upd,_ te so mei arn p aans m obo" .And
WSrm t !a strafetd Fifth rehy tivc 0 trl .
I* a .; Cars-n roete toeand oeru and- ov S

Ttr town /tiobloekedtafflcat lndt o empdot. l~ ' +:+]P fA H n+ i
way, w/tam. resdwih theme rid. lm th
...oela.Ot ne resrod and

w to te rout heh air cf n tl e a al .
ipatches onm Armer swa the enem otra ort ie
adJunction of

a Cutti n l POSIONS o te Rou anWKd y a a m
rt high- eo After t king hold of Arie, mile R ept
chsig f teield ncudsb"t
o, ,---. hsogrthe fortress

n 8o1 so f "at ina Allied foarcaes wov6ed tadi tdla eep t n n ol
s*aOwn tank tiona e teements and dsort ue
eaPrash e, and.ti rlosg itbo$dsp ting yop-
e attack withrpaition-ay d flmintA n o mime frser-.

. Tbot_ yd oft every 10 minutes to bomb tnerl A blend of u and a l,

;ratesandsaP-I and shoot up every German. ... s ........ ^..... the Police are egllng, WMitl
he.iu h i No"tLunuvlo of Asted fighter- frome t s who vited h nt
W ~P 5W~' iourd unit broke across Fosse

Stands wtrenh bober went oyer they Adiug- he' tofal 0s.out 3 s in from time t IUNous, by s cha.O

fra rd fou ati to attacE nlgnwav resctale April 1 ?4. en~ulmber of pan Small, a city hsalrdemr and beau-
outdded new de s. tll-boxes acentratitaonk engr carried b the train tclan, charged bere Mr. W. J
Nai atuatlion, and communications in Yugo- fell from 618,938 In April r, Andre In the rt Police Cunt
ward toward lavla. During the gullies cut nday. the to 713 lUt month t akhe low- yesterday with ke in bawd.
lna-behut-d Mediterranean Air Force flew ehills.t for the month In three house. Small, wh pleaded no
7 a re pulling about 2,Ower sorties. a P om all year The number of paen- gulty, was till giving evident
1ey can run. the day's operation which wa ery carried In T.G.. bu when further hearing was adjourn-

' captured the included heart bomber attacks was 784,588 last month aa corn- ed to tht mor~ning.
trica six milea on towardhe Ploesil area in Rumania, pil ared with 743,173 In April 1943. Allegation by the Police are that

and overcame 14 heavy bombers and nine ,-..... +_.- ........... -- .........Sml harboured young girls, tout
AMu refeet-ard other r aircraft are Biattesing.ed t 1 'n and soldiers at his home or -
erMonte Pianti- m rty.flve enemy 'pltranes were oral purposes, to the annoyance$59
lot the blocked traffic at ea teinPor-s U dt

MVw the vtapdstoyd
.. and Rise In Trinidad Government N B awd
ho took Froal- Allied aircraft continued to Railway receipts and in total
patch tonight hammer the enemy transport number of passengers carried
opretret b bey sa o ad s to Romeand by train and 'bus ostmoutouehh.g
retrat eyon it Atone time yester- as compared with April 1943. s H u eC f g
fi jobf blow- day Allied 'pjanes were taking reported In a statement by Mr.----*
Il. TSlbOt 1415 off every 10 minutes to bomb J. L, Adamson, General Mana- A blend of rum and Coca Col2,
craters and sap- and shoot uv every German. ger of Railways, published,,In the Police are alleg"ng was sta-
)VertiMe bu111ld- vehicle they could find. Other" yesterday's "Royal Gazette." dr biksre oslir n
ne I hoes. form.4os o Alled igher- from $212,218.09 to $271,625.14. sailors who visited his premise
P.the French. bombers went over the Adri- They totalled $170.139=3 in f rom time to time. by Richard
forward four atic to attack highway instal- April 1942. The number of Vpaw Small, a city hairdresser and beau-
dded new des- lations. troop) concentrations sengers carried by the trains ticijii, charged before Mr. W. J.
NSA situation, and communications in Yugo- fell from 618,938 In Apri 1943, Andre in the First Police Court
thward toward slavia. During the day, the to 371,623 last tmonth, the low- yesterday with keeping a bawdy
asilina--behind Mediterranean Air Force flew est for the month In three house. Small, who pleaded not
I are pulling about 2,800 sorties. From all years. The number of passen- guilty, was still giving evidencel
lcy can run, the day's operations, which germ carried in T.G.R. 'buses when further hearing was adJOwil-
rcaptured the Included heavy bomber attacks was 784,688 last month as cm- ad to this morning.
1riog, six miles on the Ploesti area in Rumania, Pared with 743,173 In April 1943. Allgaionsby. the Police are that
rand overcame 14 heavy bombers and nine -- ~ -' -Smail harboured Young girls, touts
lou. reagsuard other aircraft are missing. lT T T and soldiers at his home for ISO-
Monte Piscar- IForty-five enemy 'planes were W I T raininuig moral purposes, to the annoyance
owthe vitall destroyed. I edena

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se hre today stood
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I- the Archbishop of
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.eath ot the four l
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dathatof the founcilr
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~to the death of the
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Flour Supply

Assured B.W.I.

During 1944
of supply for essential goods, and
the close relationship which has
existed between Canada and the
West Indies for many years. It was
decided that arrangements should
be made to bring the West Indies
directly under the Mutual A .
"Flour was selected as the most
appropriate commodity for provi-
sion to the West Indies under
Mutual Aid because it Is one that
is required by all of the colonies
and Canada Is the normal and
natural source of supply. At pres-
ent the total demands for Can-
adian flour are greatly in excess
of supplies, but Canada is en-
deavourine to make sure that the
West Indies, which have long
looked to her for flour supplies,
will get their share of the flour,
notwithstsanding this scarcity.
"In providing assistance to the
West Indies under the Mutual Aid
Act, Canada Is giving tangible re-
cognition to the Importance of the
essential civilian requirements of
the West Indies. Canadians appre-
ciate the contributions being made
by the West Indies to the ,com-
mon effort of the United Nations
in the provision of men to the
British Forces, in the provision of
essential foodstuffs and other sup-
plies, In assisting in providing
sites, labour and services for vital
naval bases, and in other ways.
Canada herself has depended
uton the West Indies for esan-
tia supplies of sugar, r"'lasses,
cocoa beans ard other commodi-
ties. In spite of the inevitable
shippoinr difficulties, the war has
served to draw closer together
thoee two important parts of the
British Commonwealth. It is
hoped in Canada that mutually
besefldal relation; with the West
Indie will continue to develop
after the war, and that our com-
mon experiences In this period of
great emergency will help to
cement the bonds of friendship
that have been created over a long
period in the past."

Commercial Sugar
Process Evolved
BERKEETY, Cal., June 1 (AP).
-Ther University of California an-
nounced today that ordinary com-
mercial sugar, which chemists have
been attempting for more than 50
years, hu been accomplished.
Three faculty members evolved
a method of pIrducing two grams
of pure oystalline curose, using
as a bass for the work two chemi-
cally simpler sugrs-fruit sugar
and phosphorated aql"coe. ocien-
tists said the commercial develop-
ment process was not possible at
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For Teachers

BERMUDA, June 1 (CP).--Mr.
George Williams, Dr. E. A. Cann
and Mr. Seward Toddings, news-
Soper publisher, asverely scored In
th House of Assembly yesterday
the sending of teachers to be train-
ed in the West Indies and particu-
larly in Jamaica.
They urged that the Education
Board change its policy because
prospective teachers could get
much more broadened facilities in
Canada, the United Kingdom and
the United States.
Mr. John Cox, chairman of the
Education Board, said his board
was "always open to review its
present policy." However, he as-
serted he could not agree with the
view that pmst experience had
shown that the practice of sending
pupils to Jamaica had proved to
be unsatisfactory.
"We have in our schools presently
many teachers trained there who
are rendering excellent service to
Bernimda's schools,"' he said.
Mr. Williams declared he did not
deny that was true, but the teach-
ers would be even better if they
had gone to any of the big coun-
Dr. Cann claimed that conditions
wrre unsuitable in Jamaica, while
Mr. Toddlngs commented that be
was not trying to belittle the stan-
dard of Jamaican education. "I
think it may have as high a stan-
dard as is necessary for Jamaica.
I do not think it is high enough
for Bermuda,O Mr. Toddins said.

U.S. To Encourage
Small Nations
Citing what he termed tho United
States consistent record of "cham-
pionship of liberty for everybody,"
Mr. Cordell Hull, Secretary of
State, declared today it is this
Government's policy to encourage
"all nations to aspire to liberty."
Although the Secretary did not
mention any of the existing Col-
onial Empires by name, the pow-
sible future significance of his
statement to those Empires was
He made no exceptions to his
remark that the American people
desire "freedom for aspiring peopi*
everywhere," and he recalled that
when the South American countries
"threw off the Spanish yoke," the
United States "proceeded to re-
cognise them right and left."
At the same time, he expanded
on his recent declaration on the
creation of a post-war world or-
ganlutlon to give the assurance
to small nations such as the Dutch.
Belgians and Poles that the United
States intends that they should be
treated equally with the great pow-
ers on matters of common concern
In the organisation.
The remark was made in answer
to a question on an assertion yes-
terday by Mr. Elco Van Kieffen.s,
Netherlands Foreign Minister, that
small nations were unable to sup-
o rt any poet-war peace organiMsa-
lons dominated by the United
States, Russia, Britain and China.
Mr. Hull said he had not yet re-
ceived replies from London, Mos-
cow or Chungking to the invita.
tions to discussion of world order.
A roclamation published In yes.

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W. Celeatin yesterday. I mtheZ SOCCEB APPLICATIONS
evidence was taken and the hear- Clubs desirous of taking part In
Ing adjourned to June 7. the T.A.F.A. first, intermediate and
_ ,-do, second class league competitions
must make, applications in writing
Ban Placed On on or before June 7
RDibbon Bu.ldling t A general meeting of the Corin-
]KI DUllIJl tnhian Football Club will be held at
B eSt. Joseph tonight at 8 o'clock.
Notices published in yesterday's -5-- =t a-
"Royal Gazette" announce that the I;0. Mart ll has ordered ilegO Martin Electric
the restriction of ribbon building Cur.. r, l. .
development along the Eastern currentt Cut Planned
Road from the eastern bodundaary Current supplied by Trinidad
of the City of Port-of-Spain to the Electricity Board to oonsunivrs in
Mausica River; along the Saddle the Diego Martin Valley, north of
Road from its junction with the the City Council pumping station
North Coast Road and along the at Cocorite will be cut off from
Santa Cruz Valley to its junction 1230 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday,
with the Eastern Main Road; that Tuesday, Wednesdav and Friday
portion of the Caurae Royal Road next week, the Trinidad Guar-
from its junction with the Eastern dian" was informed yecterdony.
Main Road to the boundary be- Reason given by an official of the
tween lands owned by X. Castillo board was that high tension wires
and F. Ruiz; and that portion of were to be staring i, the Four
the Western Main Road from the Roads-Diego Martin area, and this
western boundary of Port-of-Spain would necessitate cutting off cur-
and west to the eastern boundary rent during the periods of work.
of the lands leased to the UnitedI -1"0 -
States Government to the west of OLD BOYS MEET TODAY
Carenage. To make plans for a social even-
It Is declared unlawful to erect ing the Eastern Government School
or make any building in the area Old Boys' Associatlon will hold a
on both sides of these roads with- meeting at the schoolroom at
out the consent of the Planning o'clock this afternoon.
and Housing Commission. i.. .




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Rugby Club

Beat Casuals

3-4 At Hockey
UtyClub, after balding Ca.
uials to a draw on two ocaL--,
came lack yesterday afternoon a
Sa thriUlng game eliminated tha
Maroons with a 3-1 win aIn the
hockey knockout ixture at St.
James Barracks.
The victors had the better of
play almost all through the game
d Hovey, yre and Walcott scor-
e" 4 1"k for Rugby Club1 while
Reehtord notched Casuals lone
tomedlately the game b
Itluby Club took on the offensv
UM their oUcet usng more corn-
le Hovey beautifully flicked
ym the whig as a ball strayd
srom a scrimmage.
Casuals made a chajan on the
liO-up, alfttag Nicholeon to inner
tloft and Almandos to centre-halft,
but their efforts to equalise were
futile as the forwards saw great
dimculty to get past the defence.
Right-wlng Eyre, after working
the ball, beat through the backs,
and with a bullet shot which keep-
er Seandella halfway intercepted,
the second goal trfckled Into the
Just before half-time a hard
Ilochford pass caused a sorilmmae
Inches from the goal line and the
forwards slammed and bulleted, but
Mayers and Green figured splendid.
ly in frustrating what appeared to
be a certain goal.
At the restart Nicholeon went to
pivot man, and Almandox played a
This change met with success
and from one of their far and few
between last-minute raids, Loch-
ford dribbled and completely beat
keeper Vou.
Soon after, as if to make amends
for this goal. Rugby Club's Walcott
with a run-through, netted the last,
mere seconds to time.
Mr. Pilgrim and Mr. Wardropper
were the umpires.
The teams were:
CASUALS: Scandella Mlrry. Onsualves:
O'Brlen. Nicholson, ,. Worms: Rh-
ford, 1) Wormse, Rodriguez, Almandos
and Laughlin.
RUGBY CLUB: Vos: Orem. Patter;
Mayers. Jone, Moueaux: Eye,. Wal-
colt, Jo, Hovery and l Knowls.
George Baker, Trinidad 120-yard
champion, won three races at the
Enterprise sports at Kensington
Oval on Monday.
He beat his opponents in the 100,
220 and 440 yards events.
The final match in the Inspectnr
Clarke's cricket competition will be
played today (June 2). with per-
mission of the Director of Educa-
This match, which wa. svhediled
to come off on Whit Monday, but
was washed out on account of rain,
will begin at 10 am.
The following teachers have been
selected to play:
EAST ST. OGEORcIE: rorge f. Sampson
(rapt.). V. L. Woodruffe. D. L, Balb.
Bially. I. Asaue. R. uil, 0. E.
Henry. Basuion Maharaj. P. Acard. J.
Townsend, J. Herrera and R. V. Sap-
PRINC i TOWN! W. troies (capt.),
Jos Hinda, F. Arthur, C Fordte, F.
Thompson. C. Rarnott. D Darbalte.
R. Mootoo,. Hoin.m 0. Baptistle. M.
Dem an*d L James.
Umplres: Mr. A. I. Roberts sed Mr.
MeD. Sally.
The secretary of the Bonanza
Cricket Committee ha.s informed
the "Trinidad Guardian" that as
very few clubs have conformed to
the rules of returning score sheets
of their matches he Is unable to
arrange the semi-final and final
matches in the Intermediate and
Second class divisions of the com-





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from the month of October last
year until April this year when
LaWee Corporal John and a Police
party raided the premises.
Dr. CK. U. A. Inniss, a witness for
the prosecution who lived nearby
told the Court that he observed
that men and women were in the
habit of visiting Small's place at
an hours of the day and night and
he often heard loud quarrelling.
Hubert Burges, a Tobo man,
was yesterday sentenced to three
years' imprisonment by Mr. A, J.
Hamilton, for the larceny of two
Evidence disclosed that one of
the bicycles stolen was the property
of an American soldier, and that
Burgess was ready to embark on a
schooner with it when he was
arrested by Constable Basteln.
Accused by Constable Britto of
selling beef above the schedule
pice Aghir All, was yesterday con-
victed by Mr. A. J. Hamiton in
the Second Police Court and or-
dered to pay $66 fine and cost.
Rassidan who bought the beef
was fined $10 for buying above the
schedule price.
All sold llb of beef for 51 cents
instead of 42 cents.
Preliminary inquiry Into the
charge of murder against Horace
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TW U Acttingf G1n1 p m&tailmd Mr. aa4 Mra 4=
P' ulhne .f an Dr Mrs. Did sbeinisft noin foaer e Wadnedy
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Reseluemter s Acting Governor hs given hisec ioaM a to
the dance to be heold at Paradise HMouse. Toazr, toU
S a ed Cram pecwal Invasoa" appeal eland tb lifting
school for t Teresa ata pariHh.
Two1 will leave Queen's Royal College at 9 M9 and a
~rrof a head 1a being mad. for conveyance.
B.* C C
;;*4OUTMUnNZRS are reminded of the dance at Naparima Ctub
" tomorrow night to celebrates the opening of the new card room.
S merthting possible isa-being done to ensure a successful evening.
S Club members may Introduce guests on this occasion ana it
SIs hoped l that a goo. crowd will be prament.
A aGe afNernon w Mgiven on Tuesday evening at the Xsimllog
-* Restaurant for Mr. Frank Pantin, whose marriage to Mto Hvien
Pillipa takes place tomorrow afternoon.
Among those celebrating were Mr. H Worme, Mr. Hugh eand
Mr. Roy Qelt, Mr. Dare Phillips, Mr. M. Stout, Mr. R. Gurley' MA.
A. Pa=uan Mr. 0. Hale. Mr. V. Gloanetti, and Mr. P. Rochford.
5P13 sMfe afternoon, Miss Phillips was given a kitchen shower
T*by her girl friends. It took place at Mrs. Robert Hugnclna home,
and amon those present were Miss Joan Huggins, Miss Jean
hfllps, Mis Marjorle and Miss Joan Millar. Miss Mercedes Ber-
mudem. Mis Stephanie Norman, Miss Maud Huggins, Miss Joan
Paks. Miss Betty Pow, Miss Claire Quesnel. Miss Patsy O'Brien,
MI. Keith Ptggott. Mrs. Godfrey Legge, Miss Claire de Lapeyrouse,
Miss Ida Daunt,W Ms Nell Pltwtllam, Miss Renee Parah, and several
THe first ordination of a prtWt at St. Mary's Church, Tacarlgua,
Swill take place on Sunday. June 4, nt 8 a.m., when Captain the
Rev. C, R. Williams, who was ordained a deacon a year ago, will
be elevated to the priesthood by His Grace the Archbishop of the
West Indies.
His Excellency the Acting Governor his Intimated his Intention
to be present.
The musical part of the service will be rendered by the
members of the combined choirs of Tacaritgua, Arima and Arouca,
who have been specially trained for the purpose under the direction
of the rector and rural dean and Mr. C. A. Milne-Home.
A part of the church will be reserved for those who have re-
eselved Invitations and a large congregation is expected to be present.
POINMtA-PIERRE CLIUB hld their usual month-end dance on
Saturday last, and music was provided by V. Trotman and his
Lucky Strike Orchestra from 9 p.m. until 2 a.m.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ruthven-Murrav were present with a party
which Included Commninder and Mrs. H. V. Lavington, Major and
Mrs. R. B. Keer, and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Thomas Col. Mercer was
also present, and others at his table were Lt.Col. and Mrs. Robert-
son, Lt.-Col. Jarvis. Major Geddes, Major Rey, Major Haw-
kins, MajOr Hand and Mrs. R. P. McKenzie.
Others present were Major and Mrs. G. Pare. Capt. Grlfflths,
r pt. Annear, who has recently arrived from Engrland: Capt. Sonie.
Capt Johnson, Capt. Jackson. Capt. and Mrs '1ier, Mr. and Mrs.
Hredy, Capt. McLellan, Mr. and Mrs. A. E, 0. rooke, Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Dolman,, Mr and Mirs,. E. Hart, Mr. and Mis. John Dawson,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Matthews, Miss Claire de Freitas, Miss Muriel
Watt and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McKay.
MR. and MRS. J. M. PARKINSON, of St. Joseph's Village, San
F*ernando. with their Infant daughter, have returned to Trinidad
fitter spending long leave with their relative'i and friends ui Barba-
ds0L I hear that while they were there they vhad their baby christened
It the Biahop of BarbadOS, who Is Mrs. Parkinson's father, and that
ti godparnt were Mrs. IK. Evnoe, Mrs. J. Mavers. Mr J. Bentley
and Mr. B. Parkinson. The babv was named Helen Mary.
Also from Barbados. where they were on holiday, are Mr. and
JMr. R. B. Lewl, of Polnte-a-Picrre. I believe they had planned to
bM here In time 3r the wedding of Miss Jean Laing. Mrs. Lewis's
siter, but were *nable to get a 'plane passage to enable them to do
0, and werl very e1iappolnted in consequence.
5 *
AN INfORMAL danee was held at the Palo Seco Club (T.P.D.)
recently ft., which the Piarco Band supplied the music.
mon present had an enjoyable evening and there was dancing
Utl the wee hours.
Among those In attendance were Mrs. H. V. Lavlngton, Mr. and
Wrs. H. A. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Elgin Scott, Mr. and Mrs. L.
W ht.Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wilson, Mr.
ISMr-. T111i,.s Mr. and Mrs. Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. P. Preud-
IIMr. Diamond Oonmor., Mr. and Mrs. Brian Oon-
Im, Diuslarwe tW Mr. Wooirldge, Mr. Eric oan-
Mus Tuuy Lusllwer Mr. and Mrs. RalM% ouywMot
J Guy; )r. aw ihl M udo .lo r. and u. LOU.ISdo
ruil, Mr. Cyril Augustus, Mr. Ind Mrs, Charles HIlton, Mr. Od
FI.HawthMorn,.Mr. and Mrs. Hncham, Mre. M. Reid, Mr. and Mrs.
A. 31dpoio, Dr. Mart, Mr. Morrah, and Mr. an Mrs. Wlling.
M 1an Frando Dramatic 8oalety wll stage a comedy and will
alsoive a choru from the "Quaker Girl." in costume, at the
POetTn0ttantomwt being oranIld by the conciertom Daniel (San
Y*Mo Qo umIttee) at St. Beneadict' College Hall, San Fernando,
7e ko .umt/. :I In bei given In aid of the piano fund, and a num-
B O M Of rInent local artftes have promised their hellp. nmonz then
bi. Mra1. Rougoot, on the violin; Mi-s Winnitred Atwell, playing
ano: Mist Amy Gibbons end Mr. Joffre PBart, si lging; and Mrs.
,mae aYne in a recitation.
Carter hs also promised to Five ia characteristicdance, and
h honed there. will be. a good nallen-mance.

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psuson a6 th 4 the oth team for Yt nMiheyer.
no atch was wen attended 0
the rhst day a yd the erowd e *a p t
smr ,good play iftr abowt Tomorrow s
Nil s cellency the Acting Oo, d *
etaor arrived durin t h after. j tf a r gr
noon and was received by' Mr. A. w9
J. RuShven-Murray, president o an ort o a r
Lbs Beaumont C.0. C.=mmtiee, scial "Invasion" aSDal. tM
and Mr. L. Jafgernauth, honorary irembers of the BrdUsh tRed OM
sr#,etary and treasurer. He Soe of.Chaguan sd'theON-
I introduced to members of trict w.V.S. an o mnlah i a fu
both teams and hae tea with them. fair to be held at te Psahyu
At the close of play Mr. Ruthven. Hih Scho, ,.asuaya, tmer
Murray made a speech introduce afternoon t. 'clok.
Hi Excellency. and giving details
of the history of the Beaumont The Programme wil Include
which was donated by a former caU tail a othr s.n?
nuittnsgi director of,.'' tnind M e. - Ltd. tin
Lee Ltdo. ne of the raffles will bt
in the course of his speech he *lower Oden" bd ad m
aepioled the tcarclty of suitable which the ladies of the W.V.. m ad
grounds, in the South for cricket Red Cros of Chaguanm ahe
pitches, which was a. geat handi- been working for many months.
cap to the proper develoment of Por those wishing to o. the
the sport. tLaing leave Port-of-epain at mid
In view 3f the keenness of play- day and at 3.30 p 8m on Saturd"a.
era in the South. he suggested .hat arriving back in town at 18P.m.
acmething might be done to level and 9 51 p.m., respectively.
the ground in suitable place so
that additional pitches could be --
made. which would undoubtedly
fester the sport and produce a To r
larger number of good Southerp T odays D ia ry
cric k e te rs. D te
His Excellency replied that Leing Dance at Paradie Houe, Te-
able to witness some play despite arltCua. in aid of British Red Orm
the bad weather was an unexpected Invasion Appeal.
pleasure. He also expressed his gym- "The Battle of Russia" sound
pathy with Mr. Ruthven-Murray's film, by Lieut.-Comdr. 0. H. Hay-
remarks concerning cricket pitches ward, at the Y.W.C.A., 8.30 pmn.
and his readiness to give any help
he could, Tomorrow
His Excellency then handed back T rw
the Beaumont Cup to Mr. Jeffery R.A.P Transport Command dance
Stollmeyer, the captain, to be held at Tucuche, Saturday, June 3.
by t'e North teat, for 1944, and Tea party and twilight concert,
presented prizes which were do- Royal Victoria Institute, 4 p.M.
nated by Mr. Ruthven-Murray. Mr. Saturday, June 3.
Stuart Arrindell, Messrs. Rahamut,
Ltd., and Messrs. Stephens. Ltd. Dance at Portuguese Club, t-
A prize for the best batting for urday, June 3.
the North team was won by Mr. Dance at Special Servicemen's
Je ery Stel :neyer, and there were Centre, Saturday, June 3.
three prizes for the South side.
These were won by Mr. Edgar Forthcoming Events
Marsden, rr. 0. Roach and Mr.
S. Hyndman for the highest score, Variety entertainment at St. Ben-
the best bowling performance and edict's College Hall, San Pernando
the best bowling average, respec- Friday, June 9.
tively. "Fun Pair" at Chaguanas.

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is'deat Recommends
It Current Accoumts

t that the Tri""iad Co-operative Bank waW being
Sws as the ir IGOcts, the tonble A. H. Ma-
L e bakr omMndedf to the annual meeting
hi eld on Wit da iat tIn the Bnk Hall, that
ter annum be 0ipoe1d on current accounts.

Spinal Injury
be Brings $672
to awant 1W the

S.;Wt Compensation
as of eduica"tng
h thelMS. Wi Thinidad Guardian Cwprespenlet.
certaindepol- Compensation of SM has been
aside wha acMepted by Pooram Pariag, an
4 would make ol worker in respect of spinal in-
the whole h juries suffered while in the em-
Sresult v thatc loy of Trinidad Leaseholds, Ltd.
bei11. O ,p This is included In $1,614 re-
a It day attr caleived by 10 injured workers
awitwls. under agreement put on the record
I le said, en- by, Mr. Justice J. L. M. Per&l,
work in spt0 reldina as Commslusioner over
staff had been the Workmen's Oompensation
and they Ialo Court here today.
H ditures as ex- Adolphus King, rigman, who
had to be print- suffered a dislocation of the left
thumb while employed with Trkni-
close the bank dad Leaseholds, Ltd., accepted
instead of at $336 in full settlement of his
is at present be- claim.
B lo made by the Stephen Zackarahli. pip-fltter.
U be considered accepted $30.56 in full satisfaction
K of his claim in respect of injury
revealed tlts due to the right hand while employed
Q American bases with the 8te. Madeleine Sugar
ending May 31, ComlPW.
would pay out Joseph critchlow, locomotive
f t to depositors driver, employed by the same
pared with $16,000 company, accepted $33.60 in res-
n.ank, he said, had veet of similar injury, do
as a result of Dee Karran, whose left hand w
oo.000 annually to was lnjwed while he was en- do
it washo i aged as a po rter with the Usine
hv a rese. rve of t Madeleine tiugar Compan?# la
have a reserve reoeivs 5838 in addition to M
that 78 per cent of $16.68 already cald him. at
lit the bank was For injury to the little finger w
ble for payment while working as a labourer with tl
had invested 06 Hasmatali, a contractor, Bandhan
total assets In c sh of Debe accepted 31.20 in addl- ra
securities to as- tion to $35.91 previously received.
effort. Ramroop, employee of Caroni. ,
night's meeting Ltd., gets $28.21 in addition to
lers,. Mr. V. R. $15.6 previously received In
J. A. Davis and Dr. For Injury to the left leg while v
., were re-elected engaed as a river worker with tl
lJenes was ap. the Ste. Madeleine Sugar Corn-
for the current anny, Soodama MM an who had r
took over the au- already reeived 037.24, accepted n
after the death a further $39.36. r
ittlh. In addition to 819.76 he had
__________ received in connection with inJury s
suffered during his employ with
t -the same company, Oeorge Hinds
te Gets accepted $179.38 in full satisfac- b,
tion. bt
Vlelcome rPreviously given M$75 compen-
elcome satlon for toe injury while em-
S Corespondent. oloye with peA (Trinldad) Oil-
2B 2-Presiding t, fields. Daniel Antoine s iparta [
i~ Court on Wed-rpipe fitter, accepted an addit l k
Gordon, the act- sum of $10._27,
of the Couny of I
oed by both Bar D.M.S. To Get
n, extending B
S behalf of the Digger Offices
3.Sr has all olont The "Trinidad Guardian" was H
ion of the yesterday reliably informed that C
talso needs the Office of the Director of Medi- c
of the Bar. Co- cal Services will soon. be extended
Bench and Bar to include No. 7 Hart Street re-
on of jus- osntly acquired by Government.
dabes work to be It is understood that it is quite s
I hope that likely that the offices of Dr. a- nV
in this county, ton GOllmour, Tuberculosis Special-
Sabort, happy feel- lt, who is carrying out a survey of
and that the this disease in the British West In-
the Bar." dies, and Mr. S. Moosal MaIraj,
r Archer on behalf the Health Education Officer, will
associated himself be located In the new building. I
wishes expressed by Proposal to remove offices of
Sand expressed the these officers from the Dere Street
i.Vordon would have building to the Hart Street build.
t stay in the n'is reported to be based on the N
the viewy that these should be in a more D
'Ispying to the wel- central place. t
bte had always had p
of all in hdl; Quarantine Bill i
place where he
theretoinhavedminthe For Council Today a
PDraft Bill to give effect to re-
-_____ conmmen&tions made by the Brit- tl
ash West Indian Quarantine Con- Cc
S ttl forence last November for adoption St
S etes of uniform quarantine legislation -
Sin the British West Indies will be
ut presented for first reading In the
... ui. Legislature this mornLig.
4 consent as aitired The Quarantine Authorlty In this
Hjitalllnan in the Colony it Is proposed will be the
SCourt yesterday in Director of Medical Services.
10 irman 6a thwaito, The.Bll provides for the pay-
Shisi action claiming ment of awards to informers; the
cane Tho in o rec)ely of expenses Incurred by
t Bishop's Hih the Quarantine Authority on be-
sunms of money h lf of ship or aircraft owners:
been loaned him at and recovery of o'-Arges made In
tiz 1996 and 193y respect of persons kept under ob-
l England. servatlon.
the terms of Judg- Police will have a duty to enorce
Mlf5n will pay A OOlIplanOe with the Ordinance us-
itS. M .iToret if necessary and they may
board any ship or Aircraft and en-
--ter any premises without a warrant
* and effect arrests where they rea- -
~sonably believe offences have been
Sulrey of Education committed.
g Is the topic on -- < -- ,
haltoo, master at ELECTION OF OFFICERS
Sf. lan Pernando, New officers of the Wllberforce
iparimna Training Friendly Society will be elected at
W hen they meet a meeting to take place at 4
at t Grant Hall, Georee Street at 7 o'clock this to

W 'icS o ay ,alf

see NdnSOtara'niebM,.bDoesMeitltsge awiun.
aiar to *y. Ca be ued ritht after shavir4.
1 MOps penpiratien 1 to 4 days. Removes odours from-
MlPtaon, keep armpits dry. '

WaahiceaiB 'ceB
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Cut of a
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Reason f
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topped fri
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ill have. t
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reported. w
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Instructed by Mrs. L. A. Whar-
n we will sell all her good and
useful Furniture such as-
Simmons "nd Bras Double Beds,
wing and Mattresses, Oyp and
iman Single Beds, Spring and
attresses; Mahogan Single Beds
spring and Apringl-ued Matreees,
ngle Iron Oot and Mattresses,
eamn, Cyp, Grapaud and Mabhog-
ly-Mlrrored Hanging Presses,
yp and Saman Mirrored Lides,'
reass:; Bsby's Presses, Baby's
ood and Iron Cribs and Mat-
rm Baby's Toilet Set5 Marble-
WVaahstands, Deamel Toilet
-{. Child's High Chair, Soil Clothes
baskets. Larme Mahogany Exaten-

Follow these hints
and your Lux will
go further
k_- t Always measure your
-. LUX. You'll find that
('-, forI 1 quart of water
yon'U e e d only !
__y^^ eT
meuOi tft water i
a jug and don't uss
too muck.
From> test madeM .*J
easily, you will
and that your
ca"da OyoN M N
own andi- aml ild'
tlgs as well in S quarts O
war ad I level tablempoomfuls
ad Lux.
To avoid xste, plan your wash.
SDo all the ade sad
weollisw togethi onoe a
H) w eek-instead of baa
--'Shl I s et parite u u
J > washes,
It' beet to Muse UM
Ir aBlM through th. Ia!
*'a t ink Next do the of allthe
.etoepk. This way, you gS
the ery mOst 0t ef yer L.A


Training Acting GovernorPays Tribute f

To Retiring League President

Voicing enthusiastic avpreoahon of the excellent work done
by the Child Welfart Leege during dse pass X yeoa proqok&"-
p a at th e 1L4es anumal general meeting on Weaaea
afternoon. meeludig la Bm eeleyy tthe Acting ooverner, t W oble
A. I. Wriht, paid tribute to the puMetient, Dr. M. Laurene, andl
Wtoe retary, Mis M. 3. Mao mfarlane both of whom were renting
atr many years of utaUndng eesrvlice in the Interest of the WrS i-
satin. ,
aft oni gaurenclatoy n the pst and I think we can
'0fttoD. laureace's work wit At
tile League. Hil a oongratulate ourselves upon M ettalg
that Dr. Laurence ad not beun p.or the Government an olt
content to subside amo g the eon- sm t and a service worthy oa th0
.ratula8tt ood bIj but =a h1est commendation both by the
row ot a alee as tohe i and the Government. I hope
future of the -League to those who bat the Government in.the future
were going to smeeeed him. will find an esy way of co-opera-
General regret was expressed at to between them and the worker
the resignation of m attofala of the league., aWA l o that when
ho, it was.hod te t l04dy comes for the( overAment.
o. n. mm, M, *f .C. who, it fs over co ntrol they would not
en ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ V o r.Ny1am sctryoth ageduring 53* ,, th, vlutay0;:icrr
Peat nine years. m t tvoluntary hteierem-
Of 0 S iee BS t, San Commentl g *n the rIsilBUon Mbyvoluntary helpers."L
gmidtue *f St. Maey in h eotrhis. reorD. iaurenmce eid: PATH C ULIC
gOne orMour most eoient voti. Mr. Cecil Hope Ross, Seconding
e left Trinidad a year r worker who h e de the motion in which the report was
training i. Canaa srvesspcl enton wU a o'Pte suggested that after the
tr Isnow taking t hrespa~ curmiention ats well a- war effort should be made to in-
Snow ta a f the particular thanks of the Lea- e the number c ?voluntary
League's secretary for about Non'bleBGeore lp Foariga sate4
>u.e in -bombing and fhe Visa unefa rlan ha a~1 b^t~ ^*lbclm
Soergeam e may 111nin y tus and no one could desire that L v tofI.-T-
Sac with enter West to have a more cheerful and eM- ndad Turf Club. ne woid like t3
clent worker. She served the Lm- see the contributions by "he club to
ha bomber rews gue well and only retired when the the league insrpafC t when !.y con-
.i-ncreasing pressure of war work tribution. tto th' Winr tb War fund
iade it necessary. Her place has were done away with. He referred
S .UPP Y been htxkn by Mrs. Waterman who to the fact that the club had oaid
Irs already qualifying for useful, out $243,98.90 by way of disauise-
er U pand It is hoped. long term service." nmentS to the Government and local
INCREASED AID an war charities.
Urgent need for increased aid Mr. de Nobriga alluded to the
In C ity for the League was stressed by work being done by the league In
Councillor H. 0. 3. Wooding, the Tobago, but emphasized that there
SMayor, who promised to do all In was need for a nuie and a sanitary
Further 1.000,000 gallons h power to effect an inerse I n Inspector for the area along the
l city's al.Ardy meagre the amount of the City Council's north coast of the Island.
Ply was reported yester- contribution to the League. -
for this. it is understood Councillor Wooding expressed the
uddy water from the vIEw that the essential constItution T Plans Aid
ive was on Wednesday of the League should remain a ob g n Aia
im entering the Maraval voluntary effort, no matter what
snd as a result the city Iststance Government might ren- or L pia Fun
,o do without'water from der.
SELF-HELP VITAL Trinidad Guardiant Correspondent.
ted that recent heavy "I feel so because to my mind, It SCARBOROUGH, May 31.-Lo-
Swashed a considerable Is vitally important that people cal branch of the Friends of Ethto-
f mud into the river should understand that they should pia Committee plan to raise the 6
R it to such an extent do things for themselves and not sum of $1,000 towards the fund for
Corporation's engineer- for things to be done for them; and erecting tfne Princeas Tsahai M=m-
tment considered it ad- so long as we are able to realise oral Hospital in Addis Ababa.
t to allow it to pass that the work of the league Is At a meeting of the committee
tie reservoir's screens, something good and vital to thi held recently it wus decided to st,
rom this so.trce, it it community, then I think that vol- make this the target for Tobago I
vill be kept trom ine city's untary workers, supporters, mothers and towards that end several lists pt
y as !>.,c a & it 1 and children will begin to appreci- and individual contribution sheets
ate the work cf the league to the have been issued.
, In upper Frederick extent to which It should be appre- have en e co
suffering fioni an acute elated, and that the work will not Mr M A porde of Bardo i
f water, the 'Trinidad suffer and will fl ourish it goes has arrived her. to take up duties Si
learned yesterday. along."hasA artlMadters oftaeBup'duti
homes water has not Moving adoption of the annual as Asistat Master of the Bislop' E
unable for the vast .wo or tired president, whom Mrs. G. H. High School. r
s, while in other homes report Dr. S. M. Lautence, re- Mr. Forde succeeds Mr. C. E., Si
V comes on at nights. Masson was appointed to succeed, Jackman, also of Bartbdos. who e
=told pf many d culties with which took up duties here In March and all
the-. league had to contend, left early in May for Jamaica x
noman W ins ted to the fact that the ,iere he has secured another A
l league's activities had Increased teaching appointment. I
Suit considerably since its Inception 26 T
ce Suit years ago and in support of this Inauguration of a new branch of I
stated that the yearly expenses the Independent United Order of 1
illiams,. a city woman, were now $9.000 compared with Scotch Meonanics took place on M
cree nisi pronounced in $1 300 tcr Its first year. Sunday, the ceremony being per- R
r by Mr. Justice Erie MEMBERS PRAISED formatd by the District Grand co
in the First Supreme He paid tribute to the members Master from Trinidad.
yesterday in divorce pro- of the league and the voluntary Prior to the dedication of the D
brought in fona pau- supporters for their services and temple, I service in the Methodist BT
nst her husband, Cyril generosity in keeping the institu- Church was conducted by Rev. E.T
tion alive, but stressed that greater 0. MacLaren Mural who discoursed
illlams, who was repre- voluntary oontrbutiona were ne- on "Some Superlatives In Life." w
y Mr. A. E. Seeram, eessary if the work was to be ex- Officers of the new lodge are:
ertrude Lutchman Jones tended, notwithstanding the fact Worshipful Master:- Mr. Albert
ondent. that the activities had now been ex- Alleyne; Deputy Worshipful Mas-
40 tended throughout the length and ter, Mr. F. Simon. Secretary, Mr. ur
breadth of the Oclony. L. Peterkin: Treasurer Mr. A. m
ministers He concluded: "The prospect be- Moses; Senior Deacon, Mr. C.
for- us is that sboner or later it is Purks; Junior Deacon, Mr. Z.
0 T likely that some colonial welfare Hyde.
On T ur scheme will be started Just as a
national health scheme to about to
. Frank C. Lauback, of be begun in England, and child
City, and the Rev. T. welfare win have to be Incorporat-
ke, Minister of the e$ as is the ease in lngland. On
Church, now on a tour in behalf of thow who for 26 years I
its of a literary cam- carried -f the work of the
the spread of Christian league here, I wish to refer this
have recently arrived in claim to the Government: that
from a South American they have started work here which
'Trinidad Guardian" un- ha. laid a solid foundation of vol-
untary work on which Government
. Lauback will speak to will be able to build in the future
ers of the Susamachar if and when a scheme, such. as a
on, San Fernando, on national health scheme, comes into
ening. being. We have worked very hard

Tak. no


may stri ce 4oF t5
Soe of toedu gunw-ilassd umoS,
bleeding Sums-may ma i that you an
ailing pray s Pyohes,. with iu uI
cediog painisMad "ioosulag teeth.
Don't take daoes. Guard aaisit
Pyotehoe the t lrtd FosW '% way by
Masssging your gums aoW c laaliouOW
seeth twi e a day wih lorhsa' TesT
Paum Wis feue 4MO ddeeis Oetsl
Dr. L. J, ?osma's spaeris sad-Pyst-
soeMs -tk ee clUical msM
shoed theohm *e fehawiss tls simple
a smm a fe* o 0 days. M % ad
cesM Ms ed wiA yo rtom we",
CeMas7t yMo deis repindly. Hold
his eicL.' And soa regular we I
NloW's iq fm Mer., bhealthe
gums sad spleodemt eo

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1. DeTwiCey,
ortot~f-Spain. o


We are now able to
offer yvou suonliesl of
Americean Candy at the
following wholesale
LEMON DROPS .. <12.1
Per Cae of 48 12-oz Packets.

Eugene Bolsolere
& Co., Ltd.



on -
Saturday 3rd June
At 130 p.m.

I have been favoured ulih In-
ruotlons from Mr. J. M. de Sllva
id Mrs. A. Hosang to sell by
iblic Auction, the Iollowung.
4 Singer Sewing Foot Mac,.ines
ipleti with Electric Motors, 7
nger Sewing Foot Maclitnet, A
linger Sewing Hand Machine. 1
ectric Cuttinp Machine, J Elec-
Ic Irons, 3 Taylor's $ shear.. 1I
ingter Buttonihcle Atta'iu:lenli. 1
et Singer Sewinii Macthine Parts
id Needles. 1 Cuttin ablee lKft.
4ft., 1 Portable Typewriter. I
idy's Bicycle. 12 Sttitlz Chairsi,
Dre'ing Tables, 2 ) liIIg Ii lules,
Single Iron Spilna Cot, 1 Moiriit
bible, 2 Meat Sales, 1 Office DI'sk.
Swivel Chlair, Spin't Filled
attresses tSin, .. 12 Dililtg
oom Chairs 6-piece Morris Suti,
mplecte with Cushions, 1 Gent's
rseusing Table. 3 Book Shelves, I
Wtor's Cabinet, 1 Towel Rack, 1
baby's Crib tlron). I Centre
able 2 Morris Chairs. 4 Cani-
an Chakrs, 2 Madeira Cihairs, I
adetra Settee. 1 Rocker, 3
ooden Beds. I Iron Bed, I Side-
Make a note of this date, Sat-
dav 3rd June, 1944, at lIc Jel
ont Circular Road at 1.30 p.m.
A. M. Querino,



Corner *i Park ft Ve-roke 5tref

4' 6" CRAPAUD 'iEDS complet, with Spup
and Mottrmss-W.00 eoch
Crapoud Drning T Obl.-$5400
Dining ToWs ond Choirs
cowSot bro w s wi ts
Morrbs St.i of Vio OIt Mp
Cocktil TO"l .

,,AHWrt, CBO .
:..ASWA S,,.
*I **

NEW puuq .. ..*



Notice Is hereby Iiven to all the Board's consumers In the
Diego Martin Valley north of the City Council Pumping
Station at Cocorlte that the current will be cut off between
12.30 u.m. and 5 D.rpm. on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and
Pridav. June 5th, 6th. 7th and 9th.
W. J. Williams,
General Manager.




by craftsmen of iiil cnJ
experience Beautiful in
design and quality-c-cd
and Silver filigree and plon.

Your Jeweller.

Y. De LIMA & CO.

W !^^ ""Fleischmann's Yeast is one of
the richest natural sources of
the Vitami *-.Complex. Take twice [ HL
daily, half hour bWoN me .. .plais, or pa sShe
In fruit juice, milk or wfWM.

aischm 5iYa

Mi- lade
3~*sJt1Semastaee a~m~

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SUSINISSg"'' ANNOUNCEMES I%.~a, .. I AS Oai ACRES xUC OCOA.. e pirs Street. LMe 0014 AL D TNO N A S^ ^ ^ oaoewe
ItOYMEoT a I != that :oWife i 'l .'remmNo n RI: Trupo an e Pont --
..... mUs N Ne_. Up = A%_ OE 4AMS PBES l doom.); w R ST 9T JIM 8. 84900 or near- mw i 7h. i J4 Cear beah.* Rtte.t 1p peIr ,. ApptA Manag e
_IN_ NCn Or ZJVwIai 4 17R -y 'One c .1- Oae a. &ootk BStellewd Apne set w.r. 22 ala stet. et oer. ,iw Un*aww m1 W-1 AVU.C o., -Jqne a:* _
IPI- IIIS VACANT Jtime, B r YNmre. I mlln ,.. 'f rr gesHi dwa mrIe at,-JunM S c t.n. i4 Csi tao I tA ==.- V.w, ii o1 _= .aratra .Me:. _aa s.lA A LOiWDOUBI. 'M lyU r m iost R o

,.N? e... a- -;tell*gea.. C-, "l Dogs. 0. p. Bennett, M re tn PM rir Ito Pito Avenue. Mlartt Polsao.. Apply; L'ovely -S -w. . *mWw S p .I
wa. ? * >MBB w imm. NUtt 13" Who I1
K. i HI.e snd m uwlllt any permllt od- feet eondltlon. (eer Box and puley tted Stret; Loumitr 5wth S Ipot tO huild, t Ii lmu.IUj *- l - I "T"inT 6 N UIT GUOUST *o1M. Wor t:-
SP, f I _ut_.twaS .. _p.pSl SWIrnEA Letlher V A B ltE t emed. to U ot O dnE DE Z ttlouary woSk. CNhep. OlWlNu; tAoo rurOltu o. A I: A poas-i e .... .......... .......4 l|.es-id l --1>l t *55t-
,1t t male when "m e- 1 order. o falr must you put up with Dukm Stet, No. 458-June Crlck 8tn't.-Jan> l "'1. .......... i, a dJ i,, O eEW Appl., Street-J.. ardew J4i1e mBiB.
++ .. .. .... .,+re .,,ALMO.e--ST NW, CARTn A ND_ H.ARNESy AiRA.I.o .am NCR, T o~n.E.. 51 eopt ..." .................. Chea.IS 8 alee Apply M"nrter
1iu le egl h made t o caii9 n provide the eXact rsie and tyLpe wanted G+hl t OBa tet t ult m.A y ml llIh e tl.r~~od msl ~ l lr a HOU IA. IN TOAG atll Wal"1.
S am I C) Fulit. Johi ll seeteSthiAgcat.VApANy. une. eNdat3s BStoreI' 1400" -gw
4 5 3 6 10ne P rk E a t J u e 7 "M d t ey w l o utlg ast an yd:m p a~u o i e = ,as=*-tu e is Feee h ld B ou.sess" 3p erty. P arbO n eet M19 .11roo4S14ith I M IT " Impe

+ A ff B C A +o N 5 St Ulve ted ff_,- S. i be lt. I t a t eth e, V B elt w- ll m e t yo ur S At I- ST,. E E. D O U" L E 3 0 0 3 ItA SO R N O R S AL U+-- p ty 5 .,, r o t e t. . . ..... ;5++ + + i 4.S O exo m lmin m al. l"'o yal?. u ar n u- la g.,+ I l
da m c haracte to .. l J bote r- requirements, eoomer etraight t oI HardwareBAD 1., erbxo 10(2 pnk tenrne o ol lI adO [os tr d rerrodtyKI.A qLJ VI lt (J M
P o l 1e11111 0 fu t h e ( d l ct ~ S p le s. t d a d $ W L D E 5 0 er hn o f tO4( 0 An a t a rmukm o f o t M r e aad d le L ovIe u m et B u N g al o o g M r u a rW 4 AR M P h a m 0 2 Itlo vd.-o h e r.e 5
z 0 mm an pp ar na. na e r eo oIt une C t' geif t. Pn I N5 D k S r EtW-- A ply. ;WhOP, b r oad .0 reelod o ra n erYH M p"I'Mrty. KILA.. $ g VItoA TmCJewvLc11

h o l M o ducattB, nmd 5 ene of ra. BMKMM RER! 3. McDonald Thomas ema June 2 '--June u eal CounrI tOl uE. ... I1 00 June. Apply U. W. h 7570.-
I Iads ow. Pr evous o xperne an d ll yourap, roopert. Consult Sim. 3 C nar. ieONXE SHIN BOTw* th1 8l t1 1odey n ClsaOr. NO.: .I>.o Appla e--StrOt ni S ..lon .. 314. 000 Jue- .. ..-- -" .I f .IN "
ISS S w^ : -f after Root^- -W P.^S %f -;.. :o LATE I -x L t 4 h dy na

bmitma Sdots e tial (oad pMl j lotte.P .o 764.--+uns ""4 comp lete CIt a l l .tPear 4l St n C te l I Pric e. *1. .A pph 7 Sty areet pooeru I ot ..rt lower u 0. "w w
+- Bl CNCK lrit men. ANUpl In own Half y DEMAND AMERICAN SA O R UM, lt's rApply ititlo Theetre, t. JApls .tr. 4 v nt ,ittrtre.e t; 'Pho.e 670.Jlne. A..... V)l LATE r a d ornIPro
Man ageI toW NALO M2slimin A041Br1romWly tt, rental ..1... rest Br
' wII I th falln dltoh S eyaC to S .l c/o the Bett (public opinion Io eld everywhere pm. Phone d09t--JUne mo3t IB. 0 "K--. ...... I cr I

fy IIWSH W OO.MA1D. Aply ("'r.~tH All~llT. m. od cnll RlPtBr~ od ernok Prc.;eaa bO.O at ~ Bai .... B..(.20aryB M bt.lcta lo fi.i.~r. ^
, ,,NE -BIC-June Din ONE ELECT SI.C U I O UO sIT INAR antl C Ih 2 b_. T As OA .. ... .. .. - H
('" ii-N CON UT to -l In. ....WwI, li.... np rons maI n R e0o0ter; P one 4330.--June 3. Post lon Apply tee3 Anstet. Yoet-Ju l ooed FOr p.o ..e.-..,nu oS eIn,.,,,n,-- "O a IT -LIl
|,.-- mM. n i e Ney lln g rowi .hlldrm mnd.h-old -for Me -htti- .odges Engish lADIAN RESTAR EANT d TEAIiP. !O tI CIPRIANI OULEVARD.o l. aIntJ l Thorns. .

mltsl.r 3*ml1 otre icmamndtlon. Apl >omaHnurature. phone 41(14 -June 4 7od 32sles LMcrr ~y Df- Iing 2 xeln aesion DS.l 41121. Burnett.- __arga _____ ________St PULPS.ONE Ba CK Ake WHIrT E, ttOne
L a 00 a$rgtperson.uApplyn 14 Byd s m O 1RAPO... .Ipe, t l teu rhl busn es"s" I 0W S fo ..rI e?,ellenem. Ire- on Je I7.* Tm or-alat4 Mrr Black a nd .s weeks oldt at wodi e

I .-J 1ts? de3tac t Om mory, a Cha 8rlotte tItOad Inb I oandt Lo s eake r Included. O l- ROT *AILt good con- LOUI ..OILAN ..r.... ......-.ySreo..... 41 .0 Two andrs Juneo1, 1.
;"Aj P. D -NURSEU D an iasf13t ADM*I o n a i I eOAT E .r.te t f"camn Own .e "uar-n th Colon for .G oo. d tlon and r Wnty p Ined. tuated No. I Phone -.74m. Office 2 Chrtte. ndr return to .mam. addree. --wad -,
ICu Uam S E p enrod M, f- TIy WAT9*Er J u ( 31KIO.. Good ,ropostion. $.i000 Apply prompt-l44 Seventh &n reet. At tarlo Owner; o u vtctol Co Avenue. VacnLt .d9 June .
Westerne done promptly and efflclently h, H. .ly to Mr. Ra mlhghletngh. No. SIt ParkJ.mis Calenr.-J e . .I. i rooms., et.... ..........22,00 LACK AND WHITE WIRE HAIRED
s e.H w irC Bx 0 A A ly y aT CA rdA T h A l V1n <;d Mn i>tary r i m*ruc- | litreet --June 3 r. Cl Iompl t 'r.AGE FOR SALU Po m aersslo, ., 0 I JUSt to mote In. 40 A red. INTER DINR probably noar Cl. agRuaram
I RA tor at- V n'ent Street Telephone 53 n9. TWO PIAN OSd Good condltl Rn, Petra Street. Woodbrook. Price: JmsJ00.00. I Stret. B Quick ..... ..0 Navy Baae; bearlliTenne tag e o. reward.
avai Road. Good wages, hut au J-une 10 +I Sunny Murrel. 442.--o0une 3. IApply wlthlo.--June 2. I p toretttet oue on Lont Cir- jCati Port-ot.paln, A668.-eJune 4.
11M ccoTINodtsoL.-Jone 1 CENTBAL DYE SHOP, 40 Henry street., TW PIANO. GOOD CONDITION. BarllalJ. 2 o ., h,& n'n Rore.- glags ee.
T E COCOUT PI" KES d f"o C wok conld" in Pn n g Table .20.00 Phon yards rm T AN' S R D. 10 .- o" .a
, --Ju H ln, 28 Maravl oa Cll 428.- wlh H P Dll n rho t volt "Leoran c Sraow, Ro. a d a raw a t l.. N... Beu, Petl Va lly, W Aeno Mr ..... ...r ... h . i
, WANT"D ARDMAN-n ARDENte, JU e0 23 ampre metn d nnd t fognar loaudr y llwok-m4nl, ur P0,o 3 .n d Te .or mcnu- tns Near n rde. n City a.r...m ,000 .u...........- "- -O- ERTAINM.SNT
B e o ther I ted o l p V to R *arae* -----r-.....r-I--n... 1 |tApply Trnd"d lur rdln" tt -J-une t9 P... U1eG ....inp eulony--.-un 4 2.Jne your propel.rly W $ EMBTE Ro -m 'AT OF .." LAN' OF o l I

,InU. U_ ftll l,.-Jun* 1 BRr 1BATCtn~ar eArn Cftfih WOODE-N CAgKe--nPprox 4*. L' le I OU A O -^L1. No ll> ttrrf qu<:A Mle. ,n+ .o..ranea""c...." ..... .... .. ~l't n I* l i:Irli
rBALCI IaUTL Sosa wanted. d A e A u|t Vr trol [lr "' A y NO ALE-NO COMItlder N BundonThetre, o aL n 4 atM 1W i

oln* l tesL--eJU 1 o eMPIRu A'BTAW RANT T Renry A ,, C Anlni &" It'JA RAN T in"'l'. 'ur"n .tree.--junC A O LYPSO ar, sk t U mees t^ Ln-
,Ld.S Chrot StetJn e l'lree~tttC I hltr 'h,4 Hg tet In Y bea for sal AplyP. e 'le. ~I tE .S Ol MAL I ---- .....--'--'.......--50 a,-- wihute r cotuP.-ili 4. er
Saary 41 MALp i TEACw R i t work aol Je Armutn Oe 3KL O aran kp1 p .s+Aui A rC. Irtl t &noe,5. Ja ca H--- Z7ouse. Ootr S . T ~ 1* l 150 P L N.iOTI
uANt EDo Pr DNlnAlNEofRU. lludgArabic n lrlly Chlne l lnrtCro l,l al l 4l -, wrth. 4(1 H.P. D"esel n rheo*t 't Voulet eo reet ,arw, no s ail. ,, haw J. C. AllAHAR--PeiOUSt V al PUBUtC NMOTICr herS ofIe_ thet
JIampere met an d Wre fortner goup. I USIitiao rls Dne 2J Pntira straetn.IN ear0 Garde CTy M Tatm ssAoo Laundry .carr.ed onaunder teb naen tof
s e a t I ; 'Mwitl.ooJn.n4e 31
It A L UT EBwUtdSINel ESTA R NS AN D O D O D N C S S- p r t Ng lsiOUdit. A NL l..Be =l No1 =t,4H rThse m le.n t to t a sa t aydu l s fh ut I a
'! '* ft t AC MTIN UR NC O LVEefCh Ec ellne $F o t q alty Ver ppy i stro Srreas e. 2 W Sr eetu A BeY a rilise NOW A SAL E-NO11 COM MISSIO N ,bach.sultin e 63prdy 0pl. ManaHIM,
PIC UR? M~ T ACH R t =wrk tret OM Dosi Mnkey i~s, Da iry Ca t~~ Wtr tttlengAWirks Phone.-81olo Lfili. C. bisL tallLi.lA..'.I. .7 St. -June21
M U N cas ri cip le Uruan d A rabl i c t S Dog ysh, es a re le l'm ps, l' re sJu .. iuDtoomc st ill ii bik tn a- J .AL L A HA......U...IS....T... ..T E... ._ 4 C n P U Bik" A a TOTIC E Ia ereby g sv n -th a

ClUjM With In enrolment of 50 children modera.e Hpt0P. l a Tt,3iieMi ents tor O',, ADI PHOtaunfc M .s. On e disteu uy .h.usamdiaus LU upr> e AGINGY my lawftl wife, Ella Elder, of L 'Ane e *O .
V. Sudlayls.. ApIlolcdatt at uneae0 ureIUNl f1e MPesbrokiua_-r.i. 0 Adnue e T400Lto t i t t inP py iove A uIeaO t. y .inrkolot.Vinceut stery 'Po ne 954- at .ore s now udrm p ethon r
Scooa l to p.m. daIlly *cept Saturdayl. Barerit. JuneALEtprv d. 1 Onea So re narri. i is D n u. i > h ei alitii u ap, h ae HEBr TtELnDEa Rt...t. Al .. on,:2 40.... 6",4 Noir now .de to p otto te -
....... "'y.'" pllc 'tl... " I.treet--Juner MO .. ..unoi I ,"" "'i Bou' Mos'e < i53"sllttos and salary expected*' to he* Restaurnt in co5:".oin ,taii, Trinidadi. Cr.- It"x 1l" 13. so (ririn, "r; -Jn 1.'<" B"ld """ l- '* lrui*ci""1 o OU s'**" oe. Stre I..hl Bni Lokpr .jn Toco00 R .t
arEeISultanO ERn eta- ... WILLIAM ...........60b O. ,, r ..tii.........t..r ...i.e.a.w ... oe N ew, asehd ungaot...Lo. -June 4.ToApymo e. IMt
,to xbe Scetay. M a tn Fernsndo Me cuoking. *fhitho 7734-June pe rmit, Mod.__ '* (i al in ru.,. Out aia oi eld Prop.rty. u o St. 00 PERSO A O I0
; :t ,1 0a nim y g lan d o ,keeuie n 4 tE nS L a h e actd C O C K T A I L S 'JB oxR edi dolie i itti L tre e t ; nLimier i t h slo ~ i t oi i bu risld. ..a t 2 i ae i mu l d P ro ptert y R b e a drt sw & S t .s L t b a *
iS S, ? ^0 hep ng 1 with B s lff tll ~tt ad.IA Sml e, madN e tOT Ion --- skids-- fo tain ry w r. ha Belie:as uritcur. Apply; 30, Fre-ii v. F thl e pty.ty 0414irl $t 3H.400 pBBO NAL ~ w SWT M worth-

i~ltlr. Apply between the MA.oo and Vl 3' nt-i-cent tet hnu' 5l.',m' .'- new mang.&n u Lii+;eat LTlne.' Mc'= Pattern." "T'rue 4 y*+Le ai.,.,ute'... Lui- u .. ... +"'',+ 't; on 2e L~o petsof L a tnd lpusm lonts P.60 care and rthct Io we1 my husbad, Rupet it/
hours of 2 'mUO a e Or .der. No lton e mustL n you PdDu ne ,tup w ot D keSti, True Iete, N t,,a.n trn o i.c, i o ... u ai ru.iu u 3Cick ttel Frupertl6 4atowan Juan St"nki s ona6. andth atI w i nti hol d s m ys e lf

41ad1 4 j..m,4 Murray Sltreet.-- uIi 2 S Ilng u.... . i.l....... .. .. fo Wrt Curv, l'Tre ct tv "Hreenlit BnAtw" Pos l' .0 .iOig'ii t, out a.. ....uu oui ea cl .... .. ........... 31,00 rsposIdble for any dabt contracte by hIm'
MA* I-WASHER, half-day. It1 Cascade monthl, o B 7 J e J w P'^et ..... ... Chatte, Property. Bush. St., San In my name.,
j ft A hue 0S m -us o L P r UNeo -Jin8niethNt i t MAAZINEWS F t"LuCIr C'RTaAN'eH cRuES.iSi MorAerT CONCRETE... .oEtRI ANA HINEO g n

ChAlPA11LEWOMAN,''COS TNOOK e' aoi'tl es. arte ivr pF 'i rc titles. U ^ .: l Int (e mpy ) 4 000
6'ridthelL I b'.'ari ureasonable.lPSeFeraloOtherr Tuckatef-JuneatrrAneWeTown.
lIv io. BlInd retle nCtol 31 Ellesabeltr Jne I t prrvidn iye Alasei. llitye lwn rietoltie ic00 StetAl. IE s n-> nMa in l "Ra. Br '- atto' i-,u. te..ne__________i -_n 1 _t w ----- I
ItoIl.-tunu V -Bell Il meet AtttCArE BO(KTAXZL Sit tet ...rn.k 8trsl .... '.1+. 'l'-". +; .. ...". .. '. L.. .4 "I0"A..t.... VA CANT A8
RELIABLKS I TSENO-TTPIST WANTED ... . . ...-I- Jin. 27 ra ltt. -u u betr mun,'', t10 i J+i,,5 u CARL C. IRATI COMPANY SITUATION VACANT
.puet have l Iltsatlv0. Apply; 15 Chacon CHIROPODY 'COMICS,.' 'Readetr's DigeIt.'" "Time," "i0. teat 1*0, ,ri .>ni iii,. meutiiet. ''' 1 7 at. Vincent Street-.PhOne *51 EXPERIENCED UPSTAIRS MAID.
clas chrce tojinsuten 1111111411.caesragt oHada e a OlUmeeBLCEDGrE tR AZOR FOR IALID.-EmItY Mo". 4 O m i & ,I= =

S.i I .X. DuknI MASStUR t-"OPOApA E ." Co u r te rh s. l "se lin iRo ,.Roa d prol rt l r t A ln o ood prepRtK L rence 'rentlaig Apply Mira c- .a -
MAI^D. Hotra' fromI 7-2' t0 Roa Apply In mornl g geelmofn 9 -5) al trlnmi l formerly ml dlwl doIto, lar Scl"nc d." ud rmny others Complete a..*c' g...iel'4. I .j) lu, pply Acreslads. t sO wateot r 1 2 kIiI ,- Mr Str et ee-Jun y Ste, bewe a[no66. Sto
s'y day cacept gold and Nunday.-Jun< g+es SWEDIIH MAASBAUK. aorretlna FR E no obllgatlor L Au-Young. o'b i e. "1- u &a"i.y i c ltlol pSuetm ruItS trees;iAL 25MAN TO l1L 2aANDJua to Mal Poy tr
WA NT,? M R ES AT Ep. O ducln rsm udsee tpaln>sye. PO repreM ttJve. .ranklin aqti re A an ,..' ,. i n' n u. ou., >. Ja ilw ay tat onl.M a PTYo a OeCpterea CbinSA ES A prTO S(AD erree Pad.e
SWT t RI a d TROUBLs e CON IN ROWINP ts w York, t Murray Stret, Woodro.ok. ,Cl it1 y11.3.u ,tl Chr N .FHraGAw. roit- idage -l.. a o. C he... r. . Parl^5Ca
.- u t a muya e sshr een e gtia G o p ospconu lt ,NA CALLO USES. FACs i Ai com pleJute w th m ll. r ctc ll n w at ,lair. Pi es $ 1 00 A p l 7 t reet, d Posnertyn -Apply to$Er.000Candl0%0%Co0,0%a-Ch arl tt

asanas. tre etleere lather esa Patt a1-"41 me. I________,______ NCR" ESTATI, lto~t 8.,40 ....-tn teiS
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r li tlTTT a 2 S%" i. I bet pubic --------- and^ sl' RPh epr 'P 3. NEW B G O UnSon Electrtc. Ro a. e' }i.Sg
IaW 4w sya i m 1ERVIC:ESI AsNO REPAIR l. St. AndcWS Acga9 +aee "- o. ..... - 1g5 00 saeldpo .1..+ rick, prince,
:.t ht .FO EXETstreet,, .o .. .. P,,,end l $ , 5 scor
Gaadlsi."-uneI une4 OE EECRICGUTAR ar Co Worok.ittlaey10bltimodern eonv.Itiom. a t t'... .guaranteed.

A S hni gonaaIlirieElisRST AUAN &w oti ,.HO 4rPINiOLVR. a: WET AIm t oNnplA,.AN AGellNCY- S ITUATION WANTED llan on mor
,,il m a t r c u e P o e.9 4 o d B sn s I L oc+a~ lity. Joe, 11 nia l I Asian ltu ar pp y o tJ t i l fu~te J. M U Th m as.
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tOUN MAN UYale. P OWTN anA"H reRedler t05cOR. IN- Etc si Cs rlotto m rs. --Junet.-7- ,--lug-- 2 tu u , . tto I elcta^t 'l S t1e COMPU TENT O TNE NO APHER, One NO'MW
WAAppiTT;R4 .N --R eettn a aBe yerui experience. E-xcellent crcdentls.
-Jules I work unertaken.I G mory Chaelota.%8a f. Radio nd Ludsdaker 'ncute: I-ui''ifl. OO Harl gote co. eut-'POILMANuTOMAS ICOMPETENT o STENOGRAPHER.un 1,N194A
11 80 N0 .111*N ,!? NUR E an l l-D THA $ Wl~ ATER orSEA GE OU K cand (o adt Pro post in 54,000. AppB*K ly n Promt-i lll 44 Sevent Lkneet Barat t -" r ia i' Fide <** "** -* ,y return to n sam eadrs.ll e wa rtd-T I

A = O$ N MA64214 01 t31 40 Rd I IS be droW ptlyOan ES miiiother'; OR trrRsig NS ecn5 Park Iano a Reidnee. Ano .Brn t P.O, Boa4 14-100, go "GuarIJann'--
JN^ K WotO "MUl-II." 1 K41tw llio ROUBUB UeI CX IIIr h.. Mtr ~nS *''""' Rue~dence, NO., nt*Twn 8trnet,.o 3, uio / aadt.-
Cmem Wrk dvemm~rmmS ~dW O? TROJL pa~lle ee I yI 501206. Engraved Braee Plates, Painted Itigi- Jer OI'IU.'ITUNtTY tot a man hO Hn S'ernlldo. on rented ,atit, June 5.2,St
reute, U "uaril m I SOD a PAC' MA A a WoCI Soden lJe tter, Cinema Sli deeT, w F wiMoti. .U I eT doe ai mn et win easeIando or 40 ya.d IR
s i( C. h lmte tr eP s. A8 pPRDIRICK nTRR3T etc. Apply: Modern 9tgo mv i l ohaAoofe wonI TWRE .pllb l near> gu ue w l Ma inn i0 r.... --.-- _
11PUTMMDA". R l BoAn u t3 tL. 'PRONE 1M .tretmentart h DIA. Strtrt tuputaire), 'Phone 6 203 or gets.-I- tt i.Ai e .Sr tRr o 0 le.Loo .tim m.dita tO option oC renewal, alllltPl roup- TUITION AR AIDBURe AU:
SAE D P. U T ABP I C DT ERMIC GALVANIC PAADIC CUt- June1 oe rwer at bi i. re, saeI er' vlence4............ ... .. 0 4.00 0 TTAR. AND ART AID BUR2AU a'
I Ot M ofneamlae. T-J a 1. WHY wORRy w"hen 'r,..,.e a k -- ty. ,rl cucuBi n u i u Reo ldeence. La *elva Inucr.. a. EAI To
J o hudwrltt Mstiun .--' ,.. ,----u -, Real s.taeC.,lt dO T 1ll Bu. Sen a], I i nt. io S e Sa leR utoud u i oltt Marava Iposeslon) .....i.... MnS crIts ofa Stols. PtomuseIn MeIEl
rareRWt. .C. Rlco ngsrae.fee-m iroe, n' tuyrpne dn Pvm dl.," typedKr^netes tedU*" t l n euteu e"E texalPo rsa (" .ill). Rial .. 1... S Ii
9. sd etiaAe t a IPnd Jnun eRent. R ns Murn"trtict. RenYovat, RBmodel ,e. ium rsort OUe4 r1i ce H,00, DweAn iu$.1 'i6raarete ROad TuItIon In Enva l sh CompoIItIon and -oK A
w teran t h ee stt, o grLPLati e.airfor. you. Come .Inand Coin.ict toe Souperulal. H. A. Clarke. s'art posesson.
D1. 30SoP21 FERtREIRA. DRt GLADYSl 44- Po.t-of. Spa.n-June.9.i.otl.aI.nCl.r S,6 dieyo.............. .
e TOL RONDa tARDiE ., I.- PERR IR lA.I Chiropractor, m al Ayrmerly N1w2 'is C-..ra... . aI . Duke O0e .. .rty. w S .. ......2 ,e o- B. -J 00 WU t r const une ro on
1411553I WA4NTE.D FOR totiNG IN- Yorkt, 114 F~redertct Street tupposite Bt.i treet--June 13 .uo It. E IND Iml0 iY . . . . POiTIFnI~
IAN?. Applym 1h .de .Road, Ma's ear.g. e 'i '...... 1.1 Mem 'rs JIoSEp.H S ,nT. pE.x top.e.rt.Stv ., ,.p h. eln. o''.r.IEoRED, ue t --. IOP,- 9 ouI.
plnaeoommodal .--Jun. Anglo-Welt Innlen ( rlettc Ae Latloa ad O ,en M-aer U Clifon H.I -. .. ?b C d,oty ulr r sa uCeMII- BULLDINO .IT8 at Mara/ novated,
B E NERAL1EaR.Aply artered---June of a -In. Phone 53.--June 4 a t. .... and at alvo'f r -Lan, dw---o-us ---n' [BULI.S--TE at.. M0 00 n
W EN Ikt IIEA?* B x T-b. *aP ,,Guar- O E*3 -K LOW T F iba k aros iditla3uie itws, .ets t & tt s vmd g..--aca t H use O'C nno St 1 "o3-000L t a ~ v ntle r l o tr e e

Aeuen." Queen. P ark Iast.-.tu MiTHE DRtsGL i h PHYSICIAN. m lIe OLD UMBRELLAS MADE NEW my t.......... ', ;L.ots
ANT CIYa FIr M req-un re. eZOell them all The Charupnct apoolel Garcia Theepecl allet renpairsFreest whenolt_ W e onre t ewNo.n ialaf.Its vary o P eti Propertlem on Henry Streel. tpply Boi cation.
WANTE -ARLJunee2'%t--Dr. Jomes ,eel, L C., Pn.C. Irecovering. 'Pho ne 3 aIS ParinTce street. and t a" y... l-s a' le rom I "nN .P U n o f the
ft= educae competentop tnd experiencedr nd t rnsiotm r g Ltr or u ^' u iA an *rOST ti-Ne. cC F "Guarried o n 17. Iunerhenamo
,te Uot' O, -topeut4t A- .l -Acari1 t.wt.nd U,S.A.), at the Chtirnpractle lt lth -"Juns 13. San Juan aiway Stton.-y. '-Ie house
i tI lnr-tyflldtail onedtloed.3in ani S TudRn A T1 FrAder t FO trDeeW 'PhODe 3,24 ERNIE TOASK, p (tomeis bnrullr recently been toruu l.iy l epaN iud and B f oAItaE }LOUND (male, presumwt LANO& FOR SIALE-
5p eI*EMP tat ..i o .ala tnd Member A. RNTn Wes txel e'nt 'rrr.etli Ogde,. ow lted t P.risn painted. T. rop.nsn y. c pries,) 1 .5 Ari, .- atayO i"ud b't d.1 0 uMT CCBI' BSOILDING BITt ,val.I
s4.Alpply0y epectel told Aesnelation uRegtr il J ne 13 Hote n wt irs a Co.,t e a Ieta nt, Corner oat land, contam iu5 dre ..... heal. ... .1r b d y FG i
ar t tire ehrWia th the cotdea by Street ad M S qr. lo g grautnd d150. c ut ad four feetic doir Chineseandnd CreoleBoktlnamWRuty. l irh efet 12 Cens pAare looe .
nentlmo olmnl to Bo f c No, P-4il, da t .. . 'Phshng14--J 9 fruit tree. On the premisO e there St. Cfil l+ A.T ECUL NO TIC erebyt given othaI
I oT p P F OR SwOCTRw 'daiF -y Incep. .t l MOTORSt rdOB, ORrALr."---. uo

l- p sxadnc salMary requlrsut FORD) V1. 1930 mltvil, e I-, c tiiltin I jTHB "RADIAl4T'." Cotffe roastd ay eight acres of land dlvldad uitlo ose-eer Unlversi'tyt., oewee",- irt Ahi O1" x"tcnin toroteut Shed
1, c+tlasan slay ese edI m.unrn ,Nn Ju .A T M T V Ee Blls 4Q', O IDne Sr R twoE ove iut omt that .. ..ue.H.... ....T ......R, C
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tIt nDi 3. Wharfdd~l U Tl ll~t~ o tlpo ~y I~~l .z --.Ahwt, COUPE..Excellentcond-tio
I AAppIly ation stai n rogP-etS UNAUfieostr. l, kiori A he RadIantSlae Ftr e e ft Proce. blocked tor Btuldlong. Rowley DUB P.adu at Ofc Fetrnat ndo. Re Phward Appe ly 4 6 urray StreeTeu t. beutween Toe MOt(I
WA t Ser N R At r t wno. Bended. ,frnehly ground St han Calvary 1111. an Ju-PJu3. & Jn et '7 a m.-J une &
S tsSeut.-JuMelt .' FAp'OR iALl. On HlOne an ar t (. a 137 Quality. Purity. Flavour. -a'of1 to pr- No. U iDWARD Tui T and S C AOe PU S at Sunaey wI FLBET OF TRUCKS wIcth nertw o
mode, B s a1 eo dii.n Phone 4T10.-- ecuon. Get the hablt-ask oo gsw. Muren. Square .or ale. R.ea-onbleH oe 9 vnin ontaIn Out 70 te nd t Contct the Supe Sale M n. Come t
June foforermhanePuremColoemen'PhoelmoCt- haho..U, j oacl"' Ae oet lossin ......._ 6

"' ',- fs Mahin'erPur'Iloinee Ball o Jun.1t.. Apply; 45a AbeIO'lilhmy Street. 'PhOml n n'tc~tiace, reward, heist "D', t1 and get It waIt~ng for you. No. 11 Brlrey
T.iMJuneesrgAcontn1A1 CN7913.--June 5 C .romby Strxeet, 'Phoe 4 0 9 --June 2. btr~et, Sangre Grand.. H. A. Clark.- y
I TU ATIO N S W ANTEDD un e 2Clra. d oPh nn N R,- I A IN E'S O ARAGL E. 4 PI e d n T ,. n S d LA N D at $T9 M arrlEg ne-LA'-E Los o hotor-Car, ob My I
l ily TWO.T/No .oot.Kpm J-Juun Jn .
en. A rplybe.ween thIe Vinoentrcoupe, V qucpet l with tautt.o PrMenw t con. hIre. ,rvel .Ti Sand, Metal and Bouldern -Some-JeaduStreet. 'olne CarsIandTruoka2tLrtstreeLanan p$3,n00rcafe andapltOrodeerorion iattty toet. hlwbandd,-Ruper t.,N .
'Pon 522*.-June .2 italole. Aply' MacKenlie, Food Cottu'trl, canl he epplleo, General reopatrs oll SPLE NDIO INVESTrMENT. WrlttCu Mluna br rb .tteet. Reward.- MA.RI. ..E.E...I PMENTTrl
o XMA N d eTrTe s pS Iton.IA MSa n .. O I c U .t r eI -t J e_ Im a ke f v t t l o l e e W O i e( I oree rm a r e I n v i t e d r F r e e h o l d P r cmL u O U N D D O G M A L E o l o u : s aF O NEo l 2 BoP M A IN E E N GNa '. -W o rk-- "R N-. t II C h t l
es C p m M urkaty pist, m n 2 t d lound L unches0 and Dinners,3-4 T wo. N to 1M hT il v e t tsrtee.-June 53. ~ N o.- I5 Pe~l m br, o ue Stet.4 IdeA al oaud lpa nd3 Whitte Nu ori ,Ame; Sa n Jan, ,.klIng r e. 8 2 that Ic wil S treet-Ju n i.

., IA opngE, -Sliga. y r 9bdCasc ad ep m.Oni lso 'rleuTot.'rae Pe. .. Ap l TO_, ArA -Ee.Tt ..M . Wr. el it lamnt10,.10Sf. l and I t abl wor,.- .-- -- ..gM1Carob.A* *Aesp onsibl f.ran--3. he antractdby
R eootd te-J work. Penmew aarIdc Me n'ic AtBrxCure" t inrorn. -Jun w hil. onu.,lt alJ n fam10ily WriteIn elanrs .eceIved .un a_ Tlrode ProaUpert Bo m b n lte3 a. I S in m WANTED TO .dUY m. m ye Im
_" TKC e)9IO e.A te.blnX good refeaenceso Apply WORD.m 60 ii ..' 19.5.l;-="- Cop, raenta W-oknows how, t .pant falth y.0 W1 te Ap ly J eeph Yo ung. tOxfN t a'lqo.--,ng Gudaup lo P U l le I
irs Pe". 'e y -eseul.t1 ule tre I Hcig Street,. Sat Fenatiot, 'Po.t. 4 more, ut +a gd pib las1ts hal m1ucht hold lands lJ IIII O gn- 5k (appnl. fInktS. etc. reward. 'Phone r 7s.--June S purchase. 'Phone 380.-uI -no e 4" e aeHmleNig
r o.- 'hs C e o ater i p a ,.+illu 2 Ingr, that you will e eventually hew -LhltoeL IU eet) A"----.- .....-JulieLwas netha-
n-OW MAN ere poet l ON BUIno U23 T ...A. cetit tyre., In poket. MAy we F quote you tor ck tret r ly i u ta pp.r.ov ed ... .r. M S..C L.E O,
RLA E te boarYdT oeANT OED 140Jnord Club.Coupe. tyree, ik n, Oat_ n job.- ; Our matel, and. our. CARL CA O YT,
,. *1 .,-Jun$ _4 Ap L .ply,. .+ L +, -r t.hIt oupc, ,',HIRPODY, "COMIC. "+e kd... 0get... "ri~y me", "" .I 4o 'm uve. I ,il k ,l .a. 1-3 A]'+ E A, --'-' L'& . ..= ; .

R r- lyik n mornlgb --e > -J u ne w -. I F sord Vsi- rucks, engine loenl & o ver.- are O th haral l, WI V1 L u d cBit y Imts it alo l M c vuI I k. Iod l- l P eR aL N Po tItSA CAAUD REiS n with Undll length mir- --rt. -csetia I, Ap
mayday *CnFia nlda and tyrey In .n gndtion an 'lWIltseh lre Quaitne Pa r toter Deegeaor te . ta. ho., --l--trut*c" 1 becresla.It Mtll an P, wat DrPTelltlitir. A ryI t re tH,0 b Nee 3 andl It o 81
+'-+-' +' -'--- ... .... o~pFrd Roadster. 'Phu'ne 49l3T--.June 4 IClty and .lulldsl of Lmondo PInU iS lilt s~tovs"-356O00 asSn500 tI-- e ctl-. I lveI.-p p- TE PUBrIC It helo e reb~et y no~ide tht I oor Almeo sptil,11 n-w-Jn .00. Itdiua 22 sedlsme me
SUt.......... IOtk 1134 V-S i'UOOlW"t reasonable (')ees l ttre. Ia Norfolk is., Pe 31ia0o toretner.r cuyen can recovr. m n re ns etra olpari k1Il. J uI .. -.
If M l S SLE JU a offer r tuseLI. RM h 183 G tOal tcreui. L ofM FEpa.--Juno o0. + L-uu- l- rM- Z-lIId J0I lon e Ic io. c-phone ie-o ru my w orn-2 00 a et EXErst. E artW e di.-Jund 4.
= AT. IT r aY NOTA reTindi|I one m engine June few I he n pot i etpesnt etvlFa l talu hasAegn- nI llg At tong unde myc, adth rs"4 I 7b P k.rewy a-Juneet no LAl TOerLCA .IE si-- l.
A m sufl U td rs o l an s gg. tO( 1 ~ .- C AL L O." U N N.* V A C A D P l ) ,IE .l t l J o s 4M rd~i t i M Jlu l a o niet w t (2)rld M M | oi d P rop e r ty. l adu r d. ^ W it i L A p y t o rrSebs C a*l s C o ., I t eBU N B C h a ro tte a. J 0llllvuI H I

,i,. s....i.. TI good 1O1 Perfe"t i ll. I .. .. ....a. f Lt. owt, Ian.L a*l ony torbea prote o. RoYA L PORTAoL T" -P,. R m..
POUT wRrY-flat atrM o Ring 6tl6, San Ferono..--- +RADIOS. REFRIGERATORS OR SALE r t l"S treated W/Itstu tn-NORW.A NSAoviet DEv, Veryl good "TnT -Phone 48 .- Ki $0 Pis ,
M U9COVE 1tCKM. Pyone a; 7 Jer- JiJne 1+ fo.. .. l toAn i .-A-u m & dn+ wrI ,' rdle. S To` ., .i+ n.-No. 1 -la rUn- Lonkey Tow4. JUn 4 .
I arI-dU Aeg P K) In i eon**I- ImlmWELto...a.eo e Ir hI ose. tir Als. PUBLIC il hereby notulod tUht iAofAIC. i Gsltteman TreO- etpe thee b
WughaN t Avu u 5 LYOT h T O _%__AN. 4 IR-EJne all art. flatr et rlal ottrm stce Tby myes .it. BRIAI D AD PIAO.h Bargan P,ane bWles In a I
p .-.. . tI. ot&,lan, i.iui. Ce. vr pro God tto dune 2 lM0 mqt, ,ot .nd .op t to U nEet tnri MOoER US th ndo not hlold myet nes 0pon0bhle f or any U..JIms Lrt thr
SL"o'O. i'aoAty gIataI.een. O nrd always owner drI6ven mx'e.u1e. t e n1 9-1/UB RADIO Cal... nte Iov1 nei at No.u 1 U0 I Sah d dot d ag emitee sheany h atng lf my wcre an Biwrm 1 AO *hartte-el.a n Il n
ewt Iuy . A. Litse 4w4 c. 1 oto d 1 od SIUTO Wune t. I
*ad R od* f t *PgaM r T t~tt Vie inB* m oo CORN & IN.. Etc GuiyaiM i wp .11~ L*,r di r aw ptr am esta- t e. L A NC H H n " *

.u-ao .d 4tALt ,0134 CO UPE R um l Sl, t. 'O d n.u"aBid, a l tiup, iea. LR A1l.nt BCOr MFliy to eTAE fu. 1 -Junte P Ice1To. .---PR A, MAC INCEa p, Lo hI lanro
OtWealck_.5 iaa5ta.--ule4 -a OR AL. FORARD 9 O E bhotre en ... amu. a--- nd e p in-uaned 3 cen t tttote. 'Phone 9.-ui& rlt0s M 6DMNAL 3 MIKEN. LiotG-RAPune M
aeIr h e i fu p'ywuth R-- t Parkaleat Meohanical cOdltlon good TPuy. s RC. IS+ tue t.B.C., 7 labee- i ea.t ai lnD four B O OTla n 5 b--Jcn e hereb Piu| ow T P CM ny Pno oo im T BXBO o-sAJune B 4Che a x T
two0eREg drS eret. o tIuPi new, 1,100. Y r'. C Smmer. T.P.iD.,E le' of the lt a het T revIth a lt oetvlc aot Rvrse EN le .nnuile t o; deb rr b d3 NE BRE-NrE oR* o StE Thim.--JneNI II ....I
.asnf t a r t .c nl. rLoge. 1-3 CoU& a. TROUBLE S.15to atenNam FRB ToERdaIy warefsaws. A Wielb, naFlatyCu. ~uaio ue t ue nce. co Nra o .oy My owilnic ls t ieetu.2 5. 3 hrota-Jn

Ie Ch BD an OM'Phuae .15.aAudt h.. 1937 O) V a d QATaEcelle ee xpenI ve ad4 RO0 suit ourd i.uld Apld Knox. ole 122.-Ju e r 20- v t na care swi* p yrc. on CL ARIOuRW S bo atu nl-t
&t..l* l A&".tlB ann Out ml ndltlonn tyrea t newt. 3 RW.r l |on o.llenLtrer, *entra E .aaB l9eMaA' I ta. Squa renu AE N EttRdTonrsne1a ndp4ton e c A.lR nt, h1rt Tot, on d 312 P
WUllt. It have*l oruoffi ApUl y F A s. P R.R--SRAEL T etl .AL, _y1.' MUodJne S 2. 17 I ulld Ap_ u wd ". .ieAALIK$a C utndt nwtel J p ,u lat nd fr4Juy r _3 S
*re Ia AOtly A A B.Le I'PH ONed AW ly Tr eatmedt With D Ow treet T o P'tr* MOSoe j622So A.8619 .-ONItuS Castaldo- after t. tannw Fort R d a c .-June 8
I'ootryi. Att .--uuF I IAOLD -mC TRUCE te DC cU.....l E_,|.LEC TRIC .BJ I TLE. COOLERS. ,One --- y196.--Juu' .._ IJ.I ..1.1 41 Freeport E .....A'
_R W.' a sal Okf ft O* A! Mt -b- Itottlemcp -e Aod g r 't oneolarg y. C SMAtdLL AND Lu A.E PrOP Er. Il', s sK U C u otle tot t R, AOUIOR AND REFRRIGERATORS L

54 Saddlhn* We r Road. arvl. P- Jun 21 Roai L d .Jn Ctree Teleoit 454. -lun e 3. Foh paratcuars pl y Do--cyn-tutb aH Cl Crhod Wcotayk. *an ad ot h-oNld ysl thwar -ll ,uCOTntie 4^ u
111_000______________t_______ _ NK ELETRIC AURRTYOMAThC Record Jt 0 PeBbooke tAe-Jne t. repo. Nany d ed 1Dbt. oArdb eAeon BU.R AIR t 'lf 11l 1 ) EIOAU:R,
1 f R- MI RRe al tstt'- s Pa e Co.,tdlw.ll.uyh--. ind of...Nreu items oi acd y heO r, f y.. Id el I 'boo StAuuscuisttine, P oes Esays .
I OU&,* /tu-- Y t uo iene nd om .. . . . . -g s ay Idarav al ( plonsession. .. '........ '........
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Tuition inoEngish L RpEeltII andNookRA

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*tlttAIH~ *IP^ Tl~l~yntrtMB U~URO~aK HOINorth. fbouive Tutnapuna.n feetpSS *tMO beautt1 *fuL Wobod.itlpoRaou nliHI Ut etMONC Oi'I,
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givifTOCe FOR SALE t a ct (lards..1. e Princk Street 24, THOM --June 15 NOO AN D ; M _aR b been krofr e.p.tbeentho roughly.I.m am noilonger unde, r We dr as p,-. Pups.OItNraile. t.-LNSFR A nL E Ro -June
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ACCOMMODATION AVAILWAB list_ be ___ ana no luno longer %or te "W,
of LINS41tIS POP 't 1tioa of my hudbandl,
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MtThost Vwi9 a nd OMldroh.
wlia memory of my be*
IV ithll, who was cale
*a eMutd death peevet,
Mrth wtid .11 be *pent;
ra, but Jesus kmnew,
t bedt for you.
sin daumhteir M9nalh.
vlowng memory tf Me
June %, 111.
"It sad mednortM it
o* ton to nM;
thnak of today
love you e.
11e w s and l tlrm

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OMDIIY~t~M Instructed by SA.E
OMPLEXION V e w.sell aU loot
furniture esadsuch as:-
fEy POOR IronCo
wd and Felt Fine Nets and Plows
robe, Presses a
ng Dodd'a PillM Chest oft Drawe,
uksepv. 22yeee a.95' i'a'e and 6 QMkIrt
sRawti2,63A2Yma Toble, BOok St-sd a
Pat Writin Desk, 1W1
khI j Mats, Sma~ll'
kh WetmMter Ohio"
is th Chairs and OUlK|
Mck, Stoc! gsabe T
MY Tables. O C$1U
L. I ner B'je .Sfe
t a Paper Bask. eI, m
A I Step Ladder, .,a g
leMe Tool., name~wlwwt
h i Crockelry, oo 1
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e isdtI,- DMrs Items on view day.
,h. Aqi tfhta frnt "morning of WSa 19
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