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

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Port of Spain (Trinidad and Tobago)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Trinidad and Tobago   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Trinidad and Tobago -- Port of Spain

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
ltuf - ABZ3083
oclc - 12086429
alephbibnum - 000354929
lccn - sn 89049124
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
UF00081212:00677

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lJUNE '7 (Reuter;.-.
Army
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Btesterdiy, attacking
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over the Danube.
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area.
A regimental "flash" In blue,
yellow and green was designed for
all ranks: and the Bermuda con-
tingent was granted permission to
wear that name as a distinguish-
ins mark.
The regiment was established on
April 1 and, early in that month,
small parties from outlying
Islands gathered at local centres
until their numbers were com-
leted.
The Bermuda contingent under
Major W. W. Fuller was the first
to arrive in the United States and
Immediately began preparation for
reception of the remainder of the
relgiment which, having collected
at Trinidad and Jamaica, arrived
woon after.
The main body consisted of a
contingent from the North and
South Caribbanean areas under
Colonel Wllkin who bceame com-
mander of the consolidated unit.
Members of the regiment were
enthusiastic in their praise of
the co-operation of the US. Army
of MlMe and enlisted m en. Par-
ticularly appreciated, several of the
troops said, was the reception
given to the contingent at the
dock side upon their arrival by a
United Statew Army band and Red


one or two persons; for each addi-
tional half-mile or rpirt thereof, 18
cents; and for each additional per.
son above two, 18 cents for the
wiole distance.
The rate per hour Is fixed at
$3.00.
From 9 p.m. to 8 a.m. the above
charges may be increased by 50
per cent.

German Guns Shell
British Coast
LONDON, June 7 (Reuter).-
German long-range guns between
Boulogne and Calaic were in action
across the Channel for nearly two
hours before midday today. The
fire was fairly heavy for about half
an hour and shells fell In tho Dover
area.
In the afternoon German guns
nea- Cap Gria Nez opened fire, and
in about 10 minutes sent over
about a dozen shells in salvoes of
two. Some again fell in the Dover
district.


ground fire.
Fighters mounted guard while
troop-carrier 'planes, many towini
gliders, filled with fighting me-I
dumped more parachute troooi
behind the enemy lines last nigh
and early today.
A headquarters announcement
said 12 carriers and 12 gliders
are missing In these thrusts.
W. W. Hercher, with the Ninth
Air Force, said this Is the flrs
specific report of losses from thi
airborne operations since the Inva-
sion began. In three waves. C4'
skytrains and gliders flew equip-
ment ai reinforelng alr-borni
troops to the beachhead forces lati
last nirht and early this morning
Two of the waves were tovplane.
glider combinations. Air-borne en.
sineers were among the troop
droned. The 'nlanes also re-
leased parapicks filled with rations
ammunlttion. and other equipment
Returning fliers sad the whole
Cherbourg Peninsula was a mass
of white and coloured parachute.
this morning.
rPLeAse TURN TO PAOU 3, COL. 1


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ranceA Cross workers.*I a w a v ^. -* J&T U t
l C Followng s the text of the e IU* X
.-,mesage received from the Secre-I Ki g ithda r
rBaDnONARYt of Infor CMonlonies:- i ng's Bfrthday Honours
,I~gDQUR'tgg ,tary 0f state for the Colonies:--
PDQUONARR8, "Now that your battalion has
/APEDItwas n left Its home base to take its place
0 (AP).--It was an- overseas With Allied Forces. I
qthat for four and a hould like to lend You and all Ten awards come to Trinidad this year in the Kings Birthday
Mta eral i-sn. raaks my beet wishes for your Honoura list, announced lIt Aight.
=i a f Sir Bertra sces Iknow how much you In rcoanitton of disinguluished 4--anten
lander. Allied Naval an7 yur Iends in the Caribbean public services, Mr. R. S. MackflUl- maintenance of the oil Industr
SCruiser b the In- and Bermuda have wished for gin, Inspector of Mines and Petro- under war conditions.
northeast France, this opOrtunity, and I have no leum Technologist, and Mr. J. B Joseph Burtt Hutchinson, Esq
* .nce with optm- ou t that you will make the very Hutchinson' Geneticist. Cotton to be a Companion of th
Oo.f if It, An that Your Lerig Research Station, and Cotton Ad- MosO D~ltingulshed order of St
Urilrd Montgomery, and discipline, in all circum- vser to the Comptroller for Devel- Michat land St. George. Mr
I the invas& n ground dances, will fulfil the high ex- opment and Welfare, have been Mtlhinmon l Genettiist. Cotton
Rear-Admitral Abla e station of us all. Good luck to %warded the CM.G.; te Hon'blo Resarch Station, TrhildSd, anS
dr. United all of you." *T. M. KeihaU geta the C.B.Z. CottM Adviser to the OomptrollUe
Soerationm, t' fSir oG i Recalls Two ofers of the military figure for Developamt and Welfare ie
S teers whol co at-v in T, t-,,_ in the awards. Thy ar: CaptW. the West Indie. mand his M entfi
fte" in + ml tradition aeele, Royal Artillery, a ad eut sarve have been of outatandin
arimada of thou- The message from the Secre- H. Benneti, af of the Home merft and practcA4l value.
aL the auprme tar of State for War reads as Guard. Th, are to be Members of Te Hon'ble Thomas Mead
oned an p-to-the- b:- the Moat doellent Order ot the Keohall O.B.., to he a Comn
Of the proress o "r should like to lend to you BrMltsh mPlre. mander of the Mot xeenlent Or
and to all the officers and men tn .P.ar the 43 Years of public shvice, der of the Britsh mpire, Civi
Swsheld within ftve your battalion my best wishes on Mr. John De Nobrila, recently re- Division, in recognition of his loni
vU at one position your departure for an active tired Warden of St, Geore, is record of distinguished public ser
=Wr felt that he Uatre of opfeatlons. awarded the I.S.O., while the vice.
better communi. ThMe army Is lad to welcome Kinras Police Medal goes to Col.
MMet ht agen. You ad I feel sure that the men W. A. Muller, oammilne of PLIAS TURN TO PAG co.. COL. 1
tiodafct1e at the. Mi the Caribbea'M and Berada Pollee Corpeoral John A. sayof
W ._rence wormeear O the fie tradition AMd =40a0He Beman A. Qua"e. Fonr er "Guardian"
O unded by their father in the A Roal Naval M r tats t .is. ditr Cr oven TInvaion
lids U. pye Av Mob ed
"" = ' reOettm thbe* B ,Si l UMea Mr. Gault Maeowan a ftn
.Invasion Weapono Were (Civil Dvialk tfr iawdip and MUsenwrn-Edtom of tie "Trnida
Fe lex ample.As.thee Cil ea-. Oua'dliaBn ad now a war cor
If eeble 0 y uared rt plyee of the air taIUon'Ms motor respondent Is oovering the nal
J TAP.--h ~ ON SU T sldeeee)-ctThe i tlon. t I A nvadon of tn
ln wsa ke eg theA 35 east, reMreeent
I bemz luan~d o lbs, Bo e ccf S1c0t onSS fof 0oemhl O-ee
SU ulj the A -ct a .a ....a. Ma a cor nonde
berut0 theat, was ato ra BBce ald, J BM i,. todr the a am
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Landing On Hostile Shore


Army Caribbean Regiment AerialCordon


SNazis Trains In U.S. Over Beaches

Advancing For Actve Se ce Tactical Force Downs
i~sFor Active Service ^^
In Direction 23 Nazi 'Planes ID n
[avecchia -----Wide Operations
avewhiSOMEWHRE IN THE UNITED STATES, June 8 -- The first Wide Operation
NO GAAItD BrItish unit to train on United States soil since before the revolu- By AUSTIN BEALMEAR
ASTSKTs tionary war, is an infantry line unit composed of volunteer recruited SUPREME HEADQUARTER-
tht Fifth Ary in the Caribbean and Bermuda, consolidated here, and in training for L L I D EXPEDITIONARY
after the retbUing eventual overseas duty, it was revealed today. J A" L L J (AT-- T Alie
eing rapidly n Existence of the new combat+--- .FORCE, June 7 (AP)- Allied
t riVch 40 unit. caled the First Caribbean r fighter 'planes threw an aerial
tof Rome. Clvt Regiment, was made public here I Trinidad cordon over French beaches today
nearest imp for the first time this morning in cro oeFr hbahs.d
a the Tyf'rheiSl onneaoetlonS with a ceremonial that evelled a virtual death war-
Varade bY troops in celebration of rant for enemy aircraft trying to
at this et the birthday of His Majesty the ttack while swarms of otherr
and west = King.tIsh
idy resold mome Leut.-General G. N. Macready, Warplanes scourged German
It was noted, the Commander of the British Army routes of reinforcements.
Inque said, that Staff, Washington. reviewed the
Id a jor bre k" unit. ld presented to its com- R.AF. Tactical Air Force an-
id on & e mading officer. tieut.-Colonel nounced tonight that its squadrons
me and had "agn Hugh WIlkin. special messages shot down 23 German 'planes
ttack" with supe- from Sir James Grig, the British during, widespread operations be-
Stank foret. Secretary of State for War and hind enemy lines. 10 being shot
pusth2 beyond from Colonel Oliver Stanley, the down by Canadian aircraft, and
Si nte? ly British Secretary of State for the lost the same number, largely due
Lake anckh .o Oolonies. Senior United States to flak.
Herold Alexander, officers also took part in the cere- The German Air Force. ab-
lef In Italy, pro- monel. set f rom the skies through
trong armies General Macready received the most of "D Day," began
Med command salute as he took his position on to rise slowly to Relchsmarshal
An resistance as the reviewing dais. Then followed GOoering's order to fight or perish
ad dwindled to dis- the parade with its close order and its losses mounted to at least
ty by denying in- drill and "nm&ch past." Conclud- 71 'planes.
and nelf-propelled ing the ceremonies, the unit gave
the traditional three cheers for the Allied losses in the period
was l o ga the King. General Macready and reached 70 as the air units threw
S northwe American officers met with officers caution to the winds and defied
The wethrand tran, raounad adefne
uding routes nuta- at luncheon after which the com- weather and ground defences
"an4 te MA1 wander visited the Caribbean alike to bomb and strafe enemy
id. Th e rive l troos at training areas in the columns, armour. convoys of
onMoun t yoftheir barracks. Gen Tenney, an te trucks and trains, rallyards and
points on Mous~t viclilty of elr barracks. Gets, Tunney, nishnamm the airfeds.
Agulro and Mount The unit which has its own "Fighting Marink the only Half of one convoy of 75 to 100
wd the Brackhlano supporting weapons, including boxer to retire heavyweight vehicles was reported wiped out
alles. To the west B r uns. mortars and ai-tak champion of the world, now by Thunderbolts, They lost 13
... is fexpectedtlinake unitralong Lieut.-Commasder, U.S. Navy, bombers as some dived to a
a full-fledged line unit along Is in Trinidad, the "Trinidad suicidal level of 2.000 feet to get
Landingthe rest of other regular Guardian" leamu'd eteeday. under the clotd cover and ma:-8
N rth Britishinfantry. of nearly ver Gene, as he is familiarly sure their bo s fell on the tar-
SNorth Repr rentatve ofn early every eall'ed, arrived here within the gets. They carried out their
7(AP)--A British territory, island and gar- last few days and will remain orders from low in when they
i Pressr I Mthe Caribbeenit of wt kindly for some time. During his stay found clouds over their objectives.
large Swiarlane d e t o 'p o from that area on In the Colony, It Is understood. Lonu before dawn today the
Wargeo a' adaetivproceedromi thatoarse a will referee bwexg matches Eighth Air Force was o.t In
f Gen n aacUre service overseas,. to be sponsored bh the U.S. force, patrolling the beachheads
IOn the LAM:i FOBMATION PLANS Away. strafing and bombing.
* oten oor. 1lPldt.d, with about 22 per cent ___________________ More enemy 'plan were In the
motied ho,.rly." of U* te ianiteers. baa the largest a. -t. J )Ar .,g: a l yenteray.
L e Dresentation. Nextuiin Torder T axi . CARS BLOWN oUP
fr, the and Caicos lnds)Barbados, i- res One formation of bombers at-
nilesI toi o sh Guiana, Bermuda, the Wind- Ttacked a convoy or fuel cars and
hber. ward Islands, the rewardd Isla ds, ace eoa t said he had lust counted
n lesaid that British Honduras and the Baha- rea ed w
Isk n-oath of.-High- m 27 Of them when they all dis-
tofl~5 as Plans appeared In one tremendous ex-
Aity t esfor the formation of the T.xi fares have been increased 1losoin. The same roup shot up
with the enemy giment, of which this unit 1' a by regulations made bv the Goev- four locomotives, other tankcars
st and have occu- Va4.t began early this year when, ernor in the Executive Council and and several radio towers.
in the upper ii act on War Office instructions, n the Executive Council and nd several radio towers.
beyond Sora which the commander uf the North and Published in the "Royal Gazette" Between 250 and 500 Flyin
ek ago. South Caribbean areas and Ber-last night. Fortresses and Liberators drop-
in da w t rtshA yd eew rebombs on road intersections
Army is meeting muds met with the British Army The new regulations increase the south of Caen this afternoon in an
somewhat Patchy, staff in Washington to agree on fares payable from 24 cents to 36effort to block off German rein-
this difficult and administrative detail and deter- cents between 6 am. and 9 pm. for forements. They encountered
country. In some mine volunteer quotas for each the first mile or part thereof tor neither German flhters nor


Beachheads Cleare4


And First Nazi


Attacks Repulsed 4

SUPREME HEADQUARTIR4 ALLIED ZXfIDITIOM ARY POIRK.
June 8 tAP) AUllied invasion forces captured tLe town of BayMauI
and cut Ihe highway# to Caen, 18 mlles east.-southeast, in generaly
heavy fighting. it was announced today. The ayeux-Caen road w as
closed at several points by Allied troops,.
Strilkin from the cleared and" ,
consolidated beaches. BrItah, k.
United SAte and CenadAnBti p Churchill Wanted
wre Oficlall" declared t*o e "do" TO o Wtho; Tproop
ing better than wa expected To Go With Troops
against ferocious .fmoured ro.tmn ON N n o.,
attacks by German rerv. LONDON, June 7-
Once a city of 9,000 population, Aorrespondent on board a
Bayeux is the first town an- British warship Say it was
bounced by Supreme Headquartera oly with the greatest dMltl "
to have been captured in t in- t= t Mr. Wimton LCuro, l, the.
vpsion of French tl launched on Prime Minister, was ps luaded
Tu-'sdav morning. It llesl o-r not to accompany t Aled
miles inland, almost at the centre forces to the French coat. 1l
of the Normandy front. was pointed out to the Pti*
Simultaneously, Paris radio, amid Minlter that the extra V
a bewildering welter of NaU re- Involved in safeguarding ahin
ports of Allied attacks over the would be very grott and so M.
100-mile front from Ch-Lbourr to Churchill gave way. The cor--
the east, apparently fishing for respondent says this fact was
information suddenly mentioned revealed by Admiral Sir Ber-
a drive against PasdeCalais. near- tram Raney, Allied Naval
iv 200 miles east of Cherbour on Commander, when he paAi
thtK promontory closest to ngland visit to Me wahp.
and the region most h avilv bomb- -s-iTt--i.
ed in the pre-invasion air offen.
Isive.
MANY NAZI REPORTS FrenchWVaned
I The German radio also claimed
that the British Sixth Parachtte Tafl
Division had been "annihllaled,"BeforeI and
i. that a new amphibious attack had
ts been made In the Calais area, that -
, new Allied airborne operations had AN EIGHTH AIR FORCE BOMB.
.s been directed against Lorient, SR STATION, June 7 (Reuier).
Nantes and St. Brieuc, all on th. -A few minutes Wfor thelva
a Brittanv Penir Ia and on Falaise sio n w inera sifr yn-
- and Argentan. 30 irlles so"th of sion.ot trderst owy, townsl
5, Caen and 40 miles inland. kortrises Swept over town a
n The Germans said Caen, was villages of northwestern Prance to
d aflame and Allied accounts Infer. warn people that the blow was
c entially confirmed this by describ- about to be struck to lUb.rate Uwl
Ing hevay air attacks in that area homeland. They rained down paml-
n and the shelling o' it by 16-inch phlets telling the French people to
le ,ins of British battleships off seek safety In open fields Iad to
Shore, remain away from highways
se The heaviest filghtin- appeared to Ali the Fortreses returned age*
e be centered around Caen snd Ba- ly to th base. From dawn to WIe
le yeuX. atemrnoo bav bonbei and 0 bt"
Reports from the froat meBtB -s A the lghth Air fw. -W
se many caualties, although there in the sar tIn q pb A Mlled lend.
at was no solid evidence of the actual ing operations. Three milsasio
SR number, were flown Iby heavy bombers wit,
d- Resistance of the German Nlaivy o encountering any opationt.
re and Air Forces continue relatives n the fist one more0 1,6
e light when -boats were beaten o Fortr
in in two attacks and 71 German reesadLberators parti
ve 'planes downed today by over- pated. More than 10 targets
to whelming Allied Air Force which German coastal defense wers
lost 27 of their own 'planes. heavily bombed. I all theseoper
One of the returning fliers said tUons until late afternoon foo
te Germans flooded three large bombers and seven fighters were
.owland areas near the beaches In missing.
their efforts to hold Up the Allied -- -=--
advance.- NO "YVBNINO NBWSQ TODAY
IPLEASE TURN TO PAGE 3. COL. 11 1 ,There will be no pu. .cationa


^ ..aaiS-Wk^ .. AMID,@
Allied troops are shown in this picture landing on a hostile coas
Scenes simlt'ar to this were enacted an Tuesday morning when
gi'.at Invasion armada of shimn '*"d(d a nowerf,' A1l'`4 frce P'
the coast of France to breach Hitler's much vaunted Atlantic Wial
and take the town of Bayeux. Ae'un'ly, the landinor depicted wa
made on the other side of the world at Wakde in the Southwe-
Pacific (AP photo).
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U.S. General Demoted U.S. Capture
For Invasion Talk i 'f 1U
LON')ON, June 7 (AP.-- Mokmer Base
S Supreme Headquarters disclcsed
S today that one of America's best I G i
moted to Lieut-Oolonel and sent n G
S home about two months ago for --- -"
S Indicating in advance the date A L L I E D HEADQUARTE
f the invasion. The War De- New Guinea, June 8 (APi. It
apartment indicated that he Is announced this morning that M
S Lieut.-Colonel Henry Miller, of m-c airfield on Blak Island
Salem, New Jersey, stormed and captured.
Lleut-Colcnel Miller, who was Stalled and repulsed earlier i
one of the commanders of the frontal stab when the initial bea
SUnited States Air Force, was ac- head was established on May
caused of talking indiscreetly at Gzneral MacArthur's men got
S a London cocktail party, behind the enemy's positions
S..-- .-------- -- swept on to the afield foam
a._ rsnr.
SF Th. New Guinea base i wil
S ahops rn -e m s of Juiripping to
northwest and within fighter ra
of Pilau, the Carolines naval t
8From Kohinma sS 0 "0ov
H thu er# said the Japa
KANDY, June 7 (AP)-So-utheast were routed on Wednesday end
Asia h(,idquarters announced today American losses in the camp
Sthat. the Japanese were withdraw- were light. After the May 25 i
ing rapidly in the Kohima area of ing, battalions of Yanks ,
northeastern India owing to heavy caught in a murderous fire by
losses dnd the British occupied a Japanese on the ilridges and
1 village six miles east of the town. caves whill attempting to r
s The Japanese retreat was said to west along the shore road
be so rapid the British were un- Mokmer.
Sable to keep in contact. British M-P
Gains were also recorded on the N L s
SArridura spur to the south and .oC C
n northwest of Bishenpur. the area l.L os
below Imphal to the south.
S At Myitkylna, in north Burma, H A l
r General Stilwell's line advanced H v t l
slightly In the southern part of -.
e the town, while to the west In the
g Mogaung Valley, the Chinese closed MOSCOW, June 8 (API .
1, in to within five miles' west of New German attacks are repo
s Kamaing and drew to within three to be on a smaller scale. Soviet
t miles of Linking in the jade mine craft have again bombed the
area way Junction and military depc
t rea. lasl in the fighting round
SFamous British Regiments town. During the last few S
With The Chindits the Red Army has destroyed r
; than 300 tanks, 600 fllld gunm
t LONDON, June 7 (Reuter).- lorries. More than 400 German
e Some of the famous British regi- craft have also been de.t-oyed
rents with the Chindits fighting In the Germans lost more than 1
7 north-'rn Burma have been named, men killed.
They include the Black Watch, the -
SLancashire Fusiliers, the King's
SOwn Hussax, the Leicestershires, Double HolidayV
the Cam roons. the Bedford and
-the Yorkshire Resiment. The Observance Tad:
Leicestershires were p'clally train- Observance Todi
s ed by the late General Wingate for Trinidad will celebrateL a dc
their 100-mile march across the public holiday today in come
A, Chlndwin River. The King's Liver- ration of the feast (f corpus C!
Spool Regiment first made the glider ti and to mark the official birti
e landing which paved the way for of His Majesty the King whir
s the airborne invasion bWhind the fixed by proclamation usual)
s, Japanese lines, the second Thursday In June.
---y ---Birthday of King George
however, is on December 14.
Birthday Greetings In view of the fact that
iF S celebration. fall on the same
t' this year, it has been officially
Fot His M ajesty cided to yive only one holiday.
G lrl Guldcs, school girls
His Excellency the Acting Geov- Orphanage boys, marching 10 4
ernor has sent to the Secretary will be among the 19.-11
of State for tl, Colonies a mes- Roman Catholic procession
sage of congre' 'atlon In connec- brating Corpus Christi in the
tion with the birthday or His this morning.
Majesty the Klng on behalf of Amon other groups artici
the people of Trinidad and Ing tth procession, which fol
Tobago, and another from the a 9 o'clock Mass at the Cathl
SOfficer commanding the United of the Imineulate Conception,
SStates Army forces here. bo students of the St. Mary's
Text of the people's message Is es and the St. Josephs Oonv
as &.ollows-- The procession with the Orpi
e On the occasion of His Ma- age Band and the Cathedral a
SJetS's birthday I should be Irate- giving the musical lead, start
ful if you would convey to t 0.45 a.m. from the Cathedra
) King the respectful congratula- move alongM the south aside of
I tons of the Government and ine Square as fsr as Aberre
r people of Trinidad and Tobao Stret. cutting the Square to m
n whose prayerat thi sfeed J m- back to the Cathedral.
ment, is that he may Iox be nThe Services of Catholic
spaed to guide the destUies 0f troops Will be req
Ships loyal subjects." arope wTe wi relirad for
Th foallowing mis from Parele. They wfll fall In
'e follow ms e from troop and Papal colours at Li
ethe Ofter commanding the Oeme Str at 9 a.m.
United States forces follows:--rA a vice-presu
r" "May I extend to you on e-o Cthic Av
FU half of the United States Abe-Of of Wtrinidad and Tot
i Force In the rinlda4 Bass j014 1bySciu masdter A
Command, sincere congratulatom eJolsan %T -.ta'r will
that His Majesty has retained eBarw of the poces0s3in.
.. .. t- f _____of the proession.
sood health p lead your nation o
Through another year durim a .
period of hardhemps.
"Permt also to Allies Invasion
hO ta in ll Mheaftor Wi -t w..
or t Casm e he"" w .", uS allies Light
ya to cOneS and that the 04 *
d tl not far ~awy when hl b/'tt- LONDON. June 7 'AP.--A
m a yBv be eetobrated duri. g a9 ft*(out ivaslo, cm.altee e
1 m-o of evertaiag peace." Slw "ite than sa pe.
w, -._ -- M etlt sM rt. Walter Womerhtey, 3
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'RMU body 7fBFMtoal b tta ~t o h one.K

isaoB ewe sit a bSaSni among t'ae asuaft lndal
Swith thisis of lb other wegeOns sart. Somne were brought mel
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mie ".vening Niews today n or 0
Sthe "Trinidad OuaL tomor-
row, but arrangements have +eeu
made to keep utlly in touch with
all news events locally and abroad.
The "Evenini NeWs or Frtdw
will carrl all the latest repot
concerning the Ivulaon and oth'.
Swear newsl.


WIN THE WAR ASSOCIATION OF

TRINIDAD AND TORBAG


FOOD


FACTS


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enormous supplies of foodstuffs must follow the
Army of Liberation both for its own use and for the
starving populations.

The people of Trinidad must play their full
part, and a most effective way of doing so is to
produce and consume more local food.

The people of Trnidoad must play their full
certainly be reduced amd it's up to *vy MAN,
WOMAN ead CHILD in the Coloy to do their shore
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i Forces In Great Role

As Invasion Goes Forward

DIRNRAL I" NIOWKR. the AM"i.
SSupreme Commander In the European
Ihest#G told Aalled fiers two months
0 that their role in the Invasion of
Zurope would be to fly a dawn-todusk
deathh expreu" against th German air
lorce. The job began on Tuesday with the
landing of the advance guards of the
irmies of liberation on the coast of
Prance, under cover of some 11,000 Allied
aircraft. It has only just begun, for it will
be recalled that the Supreme Commander
warned his fliers that he would drive
hem so hard that they would not have
proper sleep or proper food for weeks.
SHowever they would, he asserted, knock
te Luftwaffe out of the skie".
The resistance which the Allied
anide expected from the German air
force has not yet materialized. Within
a short time of the beginning of the in-
vasion the Allies had secured air mas-
tiy, and though enemy air opposition
has increased it has neither assumed the
proportions of a challenge nor ham-
pered the reinforcement of the troops
who made the first landings. The weak-
neo of German air intervention, des-
pite Goering's injunction to the Luft-
waffe to repel the invader even if it
perished in so doing, is surprising.
Whether it is due to German reluctance
to throw the air arm into the battle too
early, or to the destruction of the for-
ward bases from which It could provide
air support to the Wehrmacht, remains
tobe eo.
landig oCDa t L onglydeftendd hos-
ti &oM Is a difficult operation even in
Ideal Condltloni, but the feat of General
tenhsower's land, sea, and air forces is
the more meritorious because it was per-
formed In weather which called for the
aercise of more than ordinary skill. A
few years ago the unfavourable weather
might have been the signal for keeping
air fleets grounded for fear of the loss
of Indispensable machines. Today the
skill of Allied pilots under adverse con-
ditions has been repeatedly proved. Thus
flying conditions in the invasion opera-
tion made it necessary for our aircraft
1o keep below the clouds at 5,000 feet;
but while this made them easier targets
for enemy flak, it was not too great a
risk to take to provide the land forces
with the requisite air cover.
Considering the weather, the towing
of so many troop-laden gliders across
the Channel to reinforce the first in-
vasion forces was an especially note-
Sworthy performance. Nor is the part


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A Big Musiecl Revue
PRESENTED ST

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the Aeting Governor)
WEDNESDAY, 28th JUNE, 144

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dlated. 2U faft-that hi sucH circum-
stances the Aliles undertook an opera-
tion more hazardous and of far greater
magnitude Its a wlome indication o4
Their determination to destroy RItleA-
ism mn the shortest possible time and at
any cost.


Red Cross Invasion Appeal

Aims At Meeting Crisis

THE decision of the Trinidad branch of
the British Red Cross to make a spe-
cial Invasion appeal was reached some
weeks ago, and was designed to help In
meeting extra demands when the expedi-
tionary forces crossed the Channel. The
wisdom of this decision was evident, and
becomes more so now that the invasion
has been launched. The Red Cross has
done valuable work in peace-time, but
its most urgent use is in war. It was
founded as a result of the need to
succour the wounded on the battlefield,
and though the responsibility today is
primarily on the Army medical services,
there are countless demands on its re-
sources, especially in emergency. "Life
and death are the whole concern of the
Red Cross Society's work," as His Ex-
cellency the Acting Governor said when
he broadcast on behalf of the Invasion
appeal last month.
In a cable message to the Colony Di-
rector on May 15, the Duke of Glouces-
ter said he was confident the people of
Trinidad and Tobago would respond to
the appeal with their characteristic
generosity. By so doing, he went on, they
would have the satisfaction of helping
to provide relief for the wounded and
war prisoners in the decisive months
ahead. The Colony's total contributions
to the Red Cross so far have been
$457,324 in round figures, of which
$147,604 was raised in 12 months. This
shows what can be accomplished, and
we hope every effort will be made at this
critical moment 'to equal if not surpass
previous achievements.
Many of us have friends or relatives
in the fighting forces who have set out
on the great crusade now in progress,
and can appreciate what it means to
have the RCd Cross standing by to help.
But whether or not we have a direct link
with the Navy, Army, or Air Force, all
of us have a vested interest in the pre-
sent "crisis of liberation of Europe." We
cannot escape our reTponsibility, if we
would. The world is a small place, as the
last five years have shown, and what
affects one segment of it is felt every-
where sooner or later.
We urge our readers to support the
Red Cross invasion appeal to the limit,
and then ask themselves whether they
have really given enough. Let us hope
that the coincidence of a flag day being
held here in the week-end before the in-
vasion will be a portent for the record-
breaking success of the appeal.


T.B. Patients' Transfer
The Editor, "Trinidad Guardian."
Since it is the wish of the
majority who live at St. James
and Cocortte not to accept suffer-
ers from T.B. in the. district, could
there be no other suitable locality
where the D.M.S. or the competent
authority could place these people?
What about the buildings which
will be vacated by the U.S. Army
at the Rapsey Cantonment? Or
what about one of the spacious
buildings of Coblentz, Chancellor
Hill or Saddle Road, where the
tranquillity and hygienic atmos-
phere would provide greater poe-
sibilities for suppressing the spread
of this horrible menace?
R. J. G.
Port-of-Spain
4OY
From a cGrot ond.,t.
O beauteous offprfns Ot the Suman breast'
Thou llv'ry.pinloe d sprit* that dylng
never.
'Twnixt earth and heaven sal' but coastant
ncc'.r.
Here may thy iradecu. tfe" seek longer
rest.
Is hapless illght with mortal earl oppreet,
cart-w-O?. I sought the* hoping e'en to
My earthlyy ties and with thet bids for.
ee'
l heavenly blisS with robes ethereal
diet.
Mtth-ucht I found th as ilt esaster
arms.
taptured. I strove thy y*1dingo tes, to
Iwet ectasy! but as thy aYI-lp,-lke
charms
Late airy nothlngnes iea My warm
ei1s(> . .
Thuis Thus! 0 Joy. thou toyast with nae'I
hearts
tI waI' eniasset ml4 ireh'st their leulr
Dow


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Sin J 0ua Resident Wealt
Adult Education Contr
Tho Ier, T"iMa4 O uasr"'
Why should not an Adult Sdu-
cation setare be opened at San
Juan? This s on* of the ques-
tions Oeccupyla tohe m-edlate at-
tention of the Intelligent and pro-
ressive inhabitants of one of the
arge districts of the Island with
a population of over 22,000 citlisenis.
t to is more than opporti *
when Oovernment should eallse
that San Juan has been too often
neglected in not having many of
the amenities which other l s
populous districts enjoy which Is
not In the best Interests of its in-
habitants.
The Roving Llbrar- Is only heard
of by the residents of this thickly
populated district. A public conveni-
ence is an immediate necessity and
suitable arrangements should .be
made whereby we can enjoy the
Polloe Band concerts at least once
Month.
San Juan needs proper drains.
the introduction of a slum clear-
ance scheme, the installation of
more telephones-fand these ae just
a few among the long list of im.
provements needed for this raplrly
growing area which has been often
forgotten in all matters ertaining
to the upliftment and development
of the taxpayers of this commu-
nity.
I hope this letter will catch the
eye of the uthoritles concerned
who will see their way to estab-
lish at an early date an Adult
Education centre and In utilising
their high office to make San Jtun
as progressive in its amenities as
it Is in Its rising population.
LIONEL RAMKERRYSINGH.
San Juan.
Education For Adolescents
The Editor, "Trinidad Guardian."
Thanks to Mr. L. Maca'!pilln rfen-
nis-Harper, of Princes Town for
his interest given to my letter
which appeared in a recent "Sun-
day Guardian."
To crarify my views, I wish *o
state that compulsory education
a, he suggests, will solve problems
between the ages of five and Bi in
accordance with Government Code
of Regulations for schools. From
15 to 21 is the most critical stage
in the life of an individual.
This includes the period of adol's-
cence when the "roots o( adult life"
begin to grow; they also show the
direction to wh'ch "the tree is in-
clined" During that period, pro-
gressive yr-'ngsters usually con.
tirle to make progress, and despite
concentration on youth In the
schools as suggested, therewill be
the unfortunates who will prefer to
degenerate during adolescence.
These require continued guidance,
to be better equipped for adult life;
hence my view that "adult defi-
ciency may be corrected from its
roots."
Children are too young to adopt
a serious outlook towards adult life,
during primary school days. There-
fore, with concentration on youth
in the adolescent stage, when their
minds are older, I maintain that
the provision of an attractive sys-
tem of education, by means of
films, community clubs and the
radio, should assist ans counter-
attractions to Idleness and vice.
This type of youth will hardly be
attracted towards text-book educa-
tion.
ton. VILLAGER
S. Ann's


Nasis with usardonlo smiles
early hours of the Invasion
Note the smirk of seif-satft
were captured In the Allied
typical cock-sureniless of the
United Nations' troops sadva

Feeble Nazi


Over Allied
(CONTINI


At least 200 fighters were on fighters and 500 bombers In the
constant patrol over a 60-mil west.
sector of Normandy where the, All Rail Bridges Across
troops were fighting inland and a S.1., Wrecked
dozen Junkers 88 bombers were "'Wf tk
routed with the lOss of four when1 LONDON, June 7 (Ruenter) All
they tried to break-t' ugh over rail bridges across the Seine be-
the beachhead. teen Rouen and Paris have now
,been destroyed. it was learut to-
Mosquitoes on offensive patrol been detroed, It wa learnt to-
caught five German carriers at- da/ success by Allied bombers
tempting' to move up reinforce- which will seriously affect the Oer-
inents and shot them all down. mans' ability to move their armour
In a climax to "D Day" air oper- and reserves rapidly up and down
ationa in which the Allies flew an the north coast of France, is the
amazing total of more than 12,000 culmination of an intensive pre&
sorties, the R.AY. sen. more than invasion attack on the strategically
1,000 heavy bombers in two waves, vital bridges across the Seine.
drenching targets just behind the Up to June 5, 25 railway bridges
Invasion area with more than 5,600 and nine highway bridges across
tons of bombs last night, the Seine, many of great Import-
ance to the Germans f3r rushing
S r B troops to the landing beaches, were
German Air Bases destroyed.
Believe Detr d By the next day-"D Day"-only
Believed Destroyed one railway bridge and five high-
way bridges between Paris and Le
LONDON. June 7 (AP) Des- Havre were left intact.
traction of German operational air This outstanding feat, which
bases by Allied aerial bombard- may well be critically affecting the
ment was given today as the pos-| German dispositions for dealing
sible reason for the failure of the quickly with the Allied landings,
Luftwaffe to show up in force as follows Intensive attacks on no
the invasion got under way. It was fewer than 885 railway centres, in-
thought possible that these bases volving 16.Q00 sorties.
upon which the Germans are de- This Allied assault on German
pendent for close support of their communications in France, which
troops have been knocked out. It will of course continue, is the third
was also believed that paratroopers phase of the Allied pre-invasion air
probably have captured other fields, strategy. The first phase was the
Until noon today the Nazis had provision of a safe base for the
sacrificed only 53 aircraft in at- operations as a whole. This was
tempting to defend the beaches accomplished by the formation of
while the American and British the Air Defence of Great Britain
Air Forces hurled more than 13,000 Com mand.
Air orcs huledmoretha 13.00 he second phase was to reduce
'planes across the Channel in sup- Tre fcond phase was to reduce
port of the ground operations. German fighter strength attacks
on German aircraft factories and
Some sir officers are convinced On vVI l industrial plants which
there will be a big battle over compelled he Germans to send up
France before m iany weeks. The fighters for their defence. This
Germans are known to have 1,750 was also accomplished.


Draft Issued King's Birthday

Of Jamaica Honours
Sl l- -CONTINUED FROM PAGE 11
C OnStltUtlOn John De Nobriga, Esq., to be
a Companion of the Imperial Ser-
Trinidad Guardian vice Order, in recognition of 3
TnCorrespondent.years' public service.
KINGSTON, JAMAICA, June 7. King's Police Medal for Gallan-
-The full draft of the new Con, Police Medl or Galln-
stitution was issued by the Govern. Police Constable Herman Arthur
ment today and a debate on its Al-xander Quashle. Trinidad Police
terms in the Legislative Council Force. For gallantry in effecting
will ensue after the public have the arrest of a dangerous armed
had the opportunity ot a full dis- criminal.
Thcues Proposals are for privn.y King's Police Medal for Distln-
The proposals are for a Privy guished Service:
Council for matters of Royal pre- Colonel Walter Angus Muller,
rogatlve only; an Executive Coun. Conunissioner of Police, Trinidad.
cil of five elected members and For specially dlstinsulshed record
five Government nominees, with in Police administration and success
the Governor as chairman with an in maintaining t'e organisation of
origirnil vote and a casting vote, Police Services under special dim-
to plan and execute all policy; a cultiles:
Legislative Council of 15 chosen by Cclonlal Police Medal for Gal-
the CGovernor as an Upper House; lantry:
and a House of Representatives of Police Corporal John Augustus
32 members elected by adult suf- Bailey, Trinidad Police Foice. Flr
frage. courageous leadership of a Police
Another proposal is for a semi- party responsible for the arrest of
ministerial system of five elected a dangerous armed criminal.
members to deal with the main British Empire Medal (Civil Dl-
branches of Government adminis- vision):
tratlon. Mr. Avizull Mohammed. For
Prepanrtions for the general else- leadership and exar.iple a the
tlons are under way and the new senior civil employee of the Motor
voters lists of 600.000 adults of 21 Transport Section of the Royal
years and over based on the 1943 Naval Air Station, Piarco.
census is well advanced at the
Government printers. Knighthood Awarded
Drafting of the new electoi law Penicillin Discoverer
is nearing completion. It will Dro- c scorer
vid- machinery for the elections
and fix details of the constituencies LONDON, June I (Reuter).-
of which there will be 32. Among the most notable awards In
S nth"e King's Birthday Hbnours List
I s the knighthood conferred on
WlPeather Over of or letmtn % the discoverer
W heater Over of the new ant,"_ptic drug, peti-
cllin. The two doctors who helped
Straits Improving ito develop it received
igthoods. and so does Mr. A.
LONDON, June 7 (Reuter) The D. Crowe, who is responsible for
weather is still the biggest worry the development of the rocket-guin.
of the invasion. The day open 7 The oncours List Just published,
with a strong wind, but ce headed by Viscount Halifax, who
p.m. there has been a big improve- becomes an earl for his services as
ment in the weather over the Straits British Ambassador In Washington.
of Dover. Much of the cloud has The flm aetor 0. Aubey Smith.
cleared and today there was sun- former aptain of the. Sussex
shine and blue sky with the baroe- cricket team as well as Sir Henry
meter rising steadily. The north- Wod., become Companions of Hon-
westerly wind appeared to be mo- our.
derating a little. GOenral Sir Henry Maitland Wil-
An earlier report by William on, Supreme Allied Commander
Ilardcastle stated that a strong In the lMedteanean, receives the
wind was biowine northwest, nl- 0.. G.B. Women members of the
'ing white horses on the approach frome reeife many of the awards
and high waves o the beaches f'or war service.
The weather was then bowing ,
no signs of moderating. Hardeatle
said the weather will not halt the LOCAL FORCESo
flow of reinforcemats, but an '4The Royal Gatto sM ed U est
improvement would kmi operations night aetiottns that Sir wrt
very much easier. WSf t10dVelia Avmr Sm
GARLAND DIVORCID m m tiar s. 1rS lu
L09 ANGELS, June T cAP)- ed a =Mmod i" g e TEid
Actred singer. Judy C arla dl a Loa. Fljime & mf
divorced Dave Row, usi m" ramk oi f ommte01.
poser and orchestra direct, U b, *M MaoLhem bee r nnasted tI
In aClash Over 0ossltlregm, 3 S of M


Government Notices,


NOTICE

Vehicle Licence Plats 1944
It is notlle< ftor XUMI It-
formation that the bata of the
following Vebicle Liceace Pates
r the T 1144 have We0 W-
Mined uS distributed o th e
variou 6 001enst offen In the
0olony:-
Bicycle Plates.
Agriculture: Carts-Pneumatic
Tyres
Agriclture: Corts.
Other Carte.
Dank", Corte.
ExemAption (M).
..'.. (a.) B. SKINNE,
Accountant General.
Treasury Chambers.
29th May, 1944.

WAR MAPS

NOW ON SALE
AT -
The British Red
Cross Society
(Trinidad and Tobago Branebil
20, St. Vinemt street,
Port-of-Spalo.

Price 0e.


WORMENs,


WO OBtDIANeiigj'.1
NOTICE

1 X IWoI JOPSKPl kte
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whiuas lately gap 3


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2.CLZI NT DUNtCAN'
FARDDIMCK
late of vi si S
workmen lately
Antilles Petroleun
(Trnaiead) Unlte t
occurred on 9thB
1944. ^
CompensaUton In the ate,.
ter having been deposited
under Section S of 'the W
Oompensation OQrdmanoe
pendants of the saP.ld
Wl 2. Clement Duncan;
Frederick Harris are berff%
quired to appear forem*
misiouer on Friday. th
of June, 1944 at 9.N o S
the forenoon at the Cou
Port-of-Spain, when thr
stoner shall proceed to M
the distribution thereof ,-
Proof of relatlonsh'a oft
ants to the deceased wo
be required by the Co
Ab frlished by claimant& 1
enquiry. Such proof to be
form of certificate. of rl
o. t Irriage as in the ctro
be necessary.
Dated this 10th day of .U
A. V. N. MeCRAcl
Registrar, Suprmm


C.I.D. CALLING


Unidentified Body :

Found about % or a mile West of the Balandra Bathing Boh atk
p. on the 2nd June, 1944.
DESCRIPTION
Colour:-Black.
Helgnt:-- I". 5'..
Age:-About 40 y Lears
Hair:--Clhe Cut. '
ClothMs:-Blue d white str" shirt with long slM-lat 4N
grey trousers: brown shoes; renm eolourd esoks.
Will anyone able to give any Informatio on this matter plea cU
the OD. or the unaim Pol e stato.
R. G. M. Du
for Superatntendent 0..
GUARANTEE TO PURCHASE CERTA(
FOOD CROPS
The original guarantee to buy certain local grown food s
ceases to be effective at the end of June 194 and a new gura t
therefore now given as follows :- .
Locally grown crops as U sted below will be purchased In unB-
quantities and at not less than the prices stated If offered for 1
good sound clean marketable condition at one of the follow J
Control Marketing Depots, namely, Port-of-Spain, San Fe=
July. 1944, and 30th June, 1945. These crops will also be puroh
general or special arrangement at sub-depots situated away f
Railway Station or a Coastal Steamer port will be subject to a
tion in respect of the cost of road transport.
Pigeon Peas, dry shelled.................... e. per.l
Black Eye Peas, dry shelled............... 4c. V
Corn, dry shelled..................... .. ,
Yams (Lisbon) .............................
Tannias ............... .... M*e. SI
Sweet Potatoes........................... .. 2c. ,
Eddoes .................................. lie. ,
Plantains-Fingers ..................... s.
Plantelna--temis ................... 2. 6. ,
Bananas--Gro Michel, 8ucrier& Governor.. lie ,
This guarantee does not In amy way restrict the right of
to dispose of their produce to their best advantage, but it assures
that prices not less than thcse stated will be paid at Foed
Marketing Depots for surpluses for wl4ch growers cannot obt
prices elsewhere, thereby ensuring for them an outlet for their
production of these crops, even though markets may be glutted,
FRED G. GRANT,
Food OoatfiMi


Like thUe, were captured during the
of Erop early yesterday morntg.
eact" on the faes f these mnm who
advance on Ram Thaey rwseat the
i Nsa, N that wl hbe mos Tenveed aa
waf In Europ.


Air Opposition

Invasion Forces
UED FROM PAG l 1


Rio Claro Food Rocket
The Editor, "Trinidad Uuardian."
I fully endorse a letter appealing
in a recent issue of the "Guardian"
signed by three residents of Rio
Claro, exposing the food racket
that is going on in this village, I
am a mother of six children, and
I am praying that rationing may
soon start, because perhaps only
then will I bi able to buy some
flour and rice at the scheduled
rates.
We are jealous of the people of
Port-of-Sonaln. They seem to get
all the food they want at controlled
prices. I suppose they in turn are
also jealous of us for our plentiful
water supply, but it is no fun to pay
$120 for 101b of rice, and $1 for
two bottles of cooking oil, and 72
c-nts for three tins of milk, and 38
cents for lib of smoked herring;
moreover beef has no class or dis-
tinction. All beef is steak, bones or
no bones. Take it or leave it
It is time that a stop be put to
Lhis anti British and unfair black
market system of some sellers who
are just as bad as the U-boats that
sink tht ships that bring food lor
us.
MRS. ELLA CHRISTIE
Rio Claro


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mit Airborne Assaults Workers Told

I(Confusion Behind Lines To Sabotage


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according to me- Cherbotrg Peninsula in the Srea
tch nor% O ae town at it
bne i. T4 w k of a battle
i tw tA & irorne tuooW on the road
to that ruM north fromn Careatan
Bmsain to V" A P 01ptonthe. trunk
nt ho a road to erbouo. They o speak
t what of a aJust oat of the
*- lWh th m er ast of Bayeux
tadaftn extensive one east agSin
ao lttle more than 20 Milne long
alomg the coast north of Caen
an0 extending for six miles in.
-..ou. thers, h an. The eastern end of this
/l 0 S e tanksria^3- beachhead.,the Germans say, 1i
tldre~fIftc 00 t II' near the o etuary of the Deauthe,
B taet river east of the Ornel.
SMALL
communque last Landing Parties
jug In bothl the
S- Na t amr Mewt esiance
Jlal ir where the LONDON. Jmu T (Reuter).-
ld foret'was forg- lye-witnese accounts are still com-
W t OcIlct ith-h lg in about yesterday's landings
th exception of Baycux d .h*y ar helping to fil in a
Area, as possibly little of the background of the brief
B the Germnana, who official report.
l whirlwind of un- Robert Dunnett, B.B.C. reporter,
horts, specified the 'Watched American troop going
aI a ft thi ashore from Headquarters ship
off herbourg Peninsula and in a
,ltmuth near tMa ldes patch written yesterday. Dun-
&BCranot1r 2= t st says the landing parties met
4)f lfale 001R Guerman resistance and snipers
uula to the e tern were active on their flank.
7ty. From one of the ships later.
authoritatively an- Dunnett could see right along the
ith scene of a oo1- coast smoke drifting hero and
narmoUred count- there along the shore. In the
I merday. which the area where the British and Cana.
successfully. 8L li- dians landed, tough infantry battles
eks were expected developed.
| ..mber and orm soon Another correspondent with the
development, and until Americans describes how enemy
t with no emarkable shore batteries along a 16-mile
Scan be ar-umed, stretch of coast had been silenced.
are now cleared As he wrote his despatch vesterr
risttanoe, some adjacent day, he saw 6,000 American In-
have een linked up fantry on landing craft moving
etlt and supplies are towards the coast, each craft tow-
at a "r-markably ood" ingk a silver barrage balloon. These
considering weath reports give some idea of the fight.
ing that has been going on.
w from the front ave Another correspondent on board
mlcatoe eof cauastues the flagship said that the men of
I fouInd forces. cin or-n combat team had been pinned
St rted that tew to the beach by machine-gun fire
L tht we the wathous for five hours before they were
a were annotwithouter able to break clear.
~ bdis, another re-
st er. n .eplaemuents CANADIANS PBOGRESS
eie point had held their
se forces started off their A correspondent with Canadian
rft and they mowed troops said they were making good,
nSI SINT. progress and at midday yesterday
M I H 1*were ahead of their schedule, but
n Air Force was still several small towns and villages
S by Its absence, but were in their path and had to be
0. joe naval opposition cleared of the enemy before they
Arly yesterday morn- reached their first objectives. The
SAllied coastal forces had Arkansas and two French cruisers
Id* a superior German came to their assistance. They
Sand "damage' was in- drew close in shore to help the
R the enemy before he Canadian troops who had got held
i good his escape." up by German fire. The Canadians
maiuarters officer said were pinned to the beaches by
mv the Cherbourg Peni- fierce machine-gun fire poured in-
he showed a decided to them from behind a ridge some
it at midday and the 800 yards beyond highwater mark.
M. making "considerable The battleships and the cruisers
i the whole front" des. moved in to the beachhead and
Weather and tlffent"ng gave all possible aid to the tern-
I er and tiffeningporarily stranded forces. The
M dropped air-borne Canadian forces held on for
he the flamin battlefront several hours and finally fought
IM lSlSchutitst and glider their way out and moved several
iidon el yt- hundred yards inland.
a down early yeterin One of the first eye-witness ac-
ta oule long re'lnforc, counts of the landings in France
Atth. f .- comes from a photographer who
SLt an bus of thChes went over with an American unit.
emaid lso thwest Ofi He had been at the Anzio landing,
HJ e Sivthes British but Anzio. he said, was nothing
s Division had cap- like this.
gese north of Caen. Thi Gernimans laid down an In-
no official comment tene pattern of mscb4ne-gun fire
S repnrt that an en. fromA every angle, but the landing
-burne division h.ad craft went on though they came
t e western oast of the lip .iginst mines -/hich went off
I ) hlnulas, in the water and on the beaches
S Initial beachheads, behind them. The irni',i craft
Irman said exltended and the soldiers made for the
Stan a 5r0-mile stretch shore and it was soon jammed
Sarb and some linked with trucks and tanks and am-
y.,afew may still bulances. Once they got on the
fran artillery fire. beaches the troops crouched behind
W EIMED their jeeps and tanks and any-
thing they could find.
At one point they hid behind the
frMey onions AdGerman concrete defences as they
back a Nazi counter- took cover from the hail of lire.
anks Wholly uncone- On the right of the beach, there
Nuts said penetration ass were German gun positions. but
miles wereeinforcements quickly scaled the
.a said reports early obstacles and checked the gun-
nin indiOated that fire.
,goices had accomplished
uledbut that later AIRCRAFT DO SPOTTING
h situation a cause Over targets beyond the beaches,
pelimism nor optim. Allied aircraft have been doing f
satisfactlon." spotting work for naval gur.3, t
countera.tacksl notably those of the U.S.S. Texas I
d and Berlin said and H.M.S. Glasgow. Some ot c
hal Erwin Rom. the smaller forces this morning t
S reinforcements of met an enemy force and itnme- s
>aventh and 15th diately went Into action before d
Slal indic the German vessels could pull s
10oclearly indicated awav. a
omes assaultswere Some of the great efforts Rom- '
confusion behind el I making to brain hs c
ilpe an4 saidbig el t brig up his
aden wid a i g erves are described by a B.B.C. t
laden with ex.-oa
up when they reporter. He was told by RA.P. t.
Up when pilots of long lines of snaking r
bing fleet blasted German tanks and heavy lorries u
ad troops vesterdy crawling towards the front under b
gth quawlli or cover of mobile ack-ack guns. a
total of 13g,000 Some of the enemY trafc is being th
before. knocked out asd so are the bridges n
Lhyot. reported great over the Seine. o
gUeux, south of Le a
ma sinister glow over Ca dians Storm Beaches c
r. Winston Churchill l
httng in the streets. And Battle Way Inland n
miles inland. y Canadiman Pss War
ft o r."rts that the Correspondent
.by Berlin is one WITH CANADIAN FORCES
tb% o ithpowerful LANDING IN FRANCE, June 7
t he ib to (AP)-Canadian assault forces
thna bounced through a storm at sea
pay ti bavsue t@ In lnding craft yesterday and In
P d of m at e naval s rou- daylight stormed the
ed triop baete t-,broancd.
iay that emn french beaches and battled 'heir
parnaehute troop. wwy Inland.
Panzer formations There was some stiff opposition
aion. The Germans on certain sections of this particu-
Ughting in the fCONTINUED IN NEXT COL.t


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Railways-

LONDON. June 1 (AP)hens
ran ard other qmmunleatl
workers were supplied on "D Oe
by Allied airmen with latructloa
for msbotage complete with m=
of the country showing such 111
in red and blue Ink.
An "urgent message" from S
preme Headquarters written
French and Belgian4 rald: -preg
now on there cannot be any s
ondary railroads, roeia or wae
ways.
"From the enemy's viewpoint W
communications are vitally impo
ant.
In the event the Germans a
tempt to route traffic through s
rolled 'secondary roads,' the pam
phlet said, "you must see to it tht
every time they get into a dead el
street. 1


Huge BombTonnag

Falls On Germany
WASHINGTON, June 7 (AP) -
General H. H. Arnold, Chief of th
Army Air Forces, disclosed today
that his airmen dropped 174.71
tons of bombs against Germanyv an
43,085 tons against Japan in th
first. fuor months of this year.
They flew 218,877 sorties again!
Germany and 83,792 against Japan
and during the period cc: troye
5,783 German 'planes and 1,39
Japanese 'planes.
The tonnage dropped in the pe
riod was greater than the whole c
1943. General Arnold reported thi
the House Appropriations Commit
tee investigating the $49,000,000,00
Army Appropriations E11.

Enslaved Peoples

Promised Relief
WASHINGTON, June 7 (AP) -
Mr. Herbert Lehman, Director
General of the United Nations Re-
lief and Rehabilitation Adminlstra
tion, promised in a broadca.z to the
Nazi-enslaved peonioles of western
Europe, that relief was -, Its way
"even as the tidal waves of ar. led
retribution consign tyranny to
history's hall of Infamy."

CONTINUEDI, fRMOM PREVIOUS COL.
lar beach, but one and a .al
hours after the landing, reports
of success came in rapidly tJ this
headquarters ship. One canad' :
regiment after another flashed back
.messages that It was advancing
through coastal defence. Hard
fighting Is expected inland, how'
ever. A number of enemy strong-
points on the beach zone resisted
and are beinr fired on by naval
craft.
No Germans Seen
By 1st Invasion Wave
By HAROLD WHITMAN
Representing Combined American
Press
INVASION PORT, June 7 (API
-The assault troops' first invasion
wave which hit the beach near
Cherbourg did not see a single
German during the first hour of
demolition work during whict
they destroyed a concrete tank
barrier, accordin- to prearranged
plan. Only evidence of the enemy
was a lone Messerschmitt w'ich
fled when American fighters
divedr on it. G-'man run baLterles
were shelled after the landing,
but casualties were light.
Invaders May Encounter
All Sorts of Terrain Problems
By HANSON W. BALDWIN
New York Times Correspondent
representing the Combined
American Press
ABOARD ADMIRAL KIRK'S
MLAGSHIP In the Bay cf Biscay.
June 6 (delayed) (AP)-The Allied
assault upon Hitler's European
ortress was made at numerous
beaches between Cherbourg and Le
atvre. The landing points differ
considerably in topographical and
errain characteristics, some being
strongly defended by anti-tank
dItches, barbed wire mines and
tronr points Lland where British
nd American parachutists landed.
'he country Is highly wooded and
ut uI. The Allied invaders may
therefore encounter all sorts of
errain problems in the invasion
now staged. Combat demolition
units had about 20 minutes to
blast lanes through the sea and
rew of beach obstacles before
he tide rose. The demolition
arty had a big lob \ destroying
their obstacles in the inner lines
nd blasting passages through
concrete or masonry sea walls
which are many feet thick and in
nany places almost 20 feet high.
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I CmirCc Held Fleet Air Arm
Before Invasiont
LOON Jne B (a)- B t I.C.T.A.
I u m tod thaton munda i' *** ^' *
n|eht. soun_ before the 21 T.r Ifi..m-
otwaman was launched, General IA I I H I
iseaehower. Mr. Churchill#' cA
SGeneral de Gaulle, FIeM- ---
_ch .arl. l fsa11 and other in a fast and tr.llng game,
WS Al. i fres met in M twO- leet Air Arm 'A' 144 hockey
hol r =terencp at Gner.l cha reined the supremr-
-" if mthwes qluartr. 6 appa- acy by defeating I.C.TA. .-2 in the
pa = e .aneludni the 11114 knockout hockey final at at. James
5;' 55SL% !S J ,S S^ ^ ^ fn t =.
o details ef the Inmv n Ta Barrscks yesterday.h
new ast of the l me ui t let Air Arm's Upwonbe carried
M- war room studying BaO. off the scoring laurels, notching all
In 1 fair go al while Stanifortib the
ue I.C.T.A. centre-half, slammed homew
0 Prpliw thUeir two goals.
P rrelim inary In the initial stages,. play was
an 11,* well balanced, but in the latter part
rt. fkm^ fi-srof the first half Lipscombe netted
O bject io two goals for leet.
A The second goal was the most
0 rld.u A -- I .beautiful of the day, as he kept a
H alts Nicholson Pass suspended on his
I. H .stick, drew LUscombe from the up-
t I- rights, and flicked in an open goal.
nIo At the restart., I C.T.A. made the
Decision of Ir. A. N. L. amon sle even more int-resting, but
Cit Magsirae."?1okf ? an ordw ;~ tussl
ciym itte,,nnde f LPcOmbe With a fast run-through,
the Medical BoardOf .T.midnma took the third.
which Alexand'r amkewl"Il Ti e college outftt had the better
Ie wa deprtvedl of his druggist lie of the second ssion and from a
following conviction on an ali" c han hrt corner by Lord. Staniforft
ttU of the theft of a fowl, came rammed home I.C.T.A.s first goal.
up for review in the Court of Ap- Lipscombe then scred the last of


her auens TOA SPOR wEVENT 1.SO
eal yesterday but was not heardFleet's goals, from a short corer
beuse of preliminary objection by by Blake, but were seconds before
y Mri, M. J. Butt Who submitted that the final whistle sounded, Stani-
9 the Medic l Board had no right offorth from another short corner by
kd appeal in the matter. Lord netted a w'll-placed shot for!
a His Honour Henry W. Blackall, their second goal.
.Chief Justic: and Mr. Justice Eric Te umpires were Mr. Pilgrim
St Hallinan, t comprising the court, re- and Mr. Eyre,.
n, served their decision after hearing -- -"---
d arguments. TODAY's SPORT EVENTS
a Mr. Butt appeared on behalf of sort meeOSnga will feature tondy's
sports.
RaInmkalawanslngh. while Sir Lennox Ace riders and runner will cmrpete at
SO'Reillhy, K.C.. associated with Mr. Skinner Park and Coo. while at Qulml"'s
. 0. OM. O'Reilly, represented the Ral Coliee ground Eaastern Government
is~dicl oar. chooal will stage their third annual
Medical Board. sports, Inter-schuol Sevents Included.
submission by Mr, Butt was that srt. n .a I cd,
Section 53 of the Medical dard ELIAS CONSTANTINE IN TUNAPUNA
Ordinance gaveg a right to Ramkla- ilas ConstanIte, thisesn' rating
wrdinansengavtoaarpealtothemkagi-wizard. til? line tip fnr Motion Pertures
wansingh to appeal to the ud mat s-at Tunapina ground today against North-"
wrate against the order of the arn Orien tal
Board, but that the Board neither Teams ilI be:
MOTION PICTURtXS. Meer Hillsas
under its own Ordinance nor under captain), C. TURESpte. RIlRa "4'
the Summary Court's Ordinance Ramgoolar. W. Haynes J. (Gill. ,rnk,
had any right of appeal. Gomes, Elis, C paot inea e Maurice Jones.
T. Moses, 1. Khan. and C Kissesn.
In the Summary Court's Oidng RIENTAlIS T. Mohammed (captain),
ance, he said, the right of appeal n. Baggoo, D. Reasgonnan it Hoein
toa the Supreme Cor t was a givenX. Hoolasie, . Rharatlh, B. Sinth ',
" to ath personagainst whomaan orderit warath,in Maharaj, A. Mieohammed, F.
l or conviction was made. The Medil-
n cal Board being a constituted do- MATCH AT ODIEGO MARTIN
, mestic Tribunal could 'not set itself Miller" 'S t'esi combined wtl J,'taney
to Diego Martin :o play a friendly game
d rup as informants or oecutorofcricket against the Boys' Industrial
0 when It had already assumed the School this afternoon The 'bnus leaves
role of adjudicators and they m's garage at 12 o'clock sharp today.
could not be said to be comnplain- Th. team will be selected frp m t he
ants within the meaning of the B. A. Jacelon 'aptain, H. Mclntyre.
Ordii Cnance. H. Clark, C. nor,. C NroAne, W
f Sir Lennox O'Reilly argued that arrow, ). McIntyr., tStiowosaik, 0.
Ne-ekiahl R. Tench, P. Wtllia..s, .
the Board was not a judicial body r everand, A. Spier.
but was an administrative tribunal NiTOM ROW








r ~ ~ ~ ~ olwn will-4 r~ lAA. TeWn eprers A-enitullan Ae
or statutory body carrying out Followg will represent w nllbia Re-
duties declared to be of a quasi creation Chlh In a table tennis match
judicial character. He submitted against Chetniks tomorrow:
that the matter was made judicable c. roulette. S. Dooki, H. B-edeshl,








.he ~ ~ ~ ~ 9 Swisso F.enmn wa. tn.CA OVRTRN
for the first time when it came be- Mootoor w, B. Minh.
fore the magistrate. The Medical SitXA lSena HOCKEY SUNDAY
Board had performed a statutory six-a-sie Knockout l ietsk l inrn,.
act but that act was not a judicial will hea edl Tn Slunday, Jlne It, at St. -
James Barracks ground starting at A p.m-
order. Therefore in the magistrate's orawd, reslted followlis:
decision the rights of two persons casuals ov Cathi -A. bhbmrock v. Be Pn-
were affected, the Medical Board how-t' P,ii'e "B" V. Polled' "A"'C
and the person grieved. The magis- eFlet Air Arm 'A" bye,,-, Hi'ttiprA
V. Ft.eit Air Arm 'B" I.X ltuera "A"
trate's order was consequently ap- v. Rugby Club--F; Rouera "'" V.
Pealable under Section 127 of the I.C.T.A., -.
Sunmuary Court's Ordinance since TABLE TENNIS
there was an implicit demand to All elubs desirons of affiliating with
the Board to restore Ranrkalawan- the Trinidad and Tobago Ameateur Table
eSigh's name on the register Tennis Association are advised to corn-
:mlnleate before June so with Captain
Mlse C. I-tghes, at lb O'Connor Street,
Woasdbirooli.
Germans Promise Wo __dbr__k.
HOCKEY FINAL TOMORROW
ROing... The Wanderers 'A'-Venture 'A'
ReportOoo Ladies' hockey final will be played
tomorrow and not on Saturday as
LONDON, June 7 (AP)-Mr. An- mentioned in yesterday's "Trinidad
thonv Eden, Foreign Secretary, told Guardian."
the Houses of Commons today that
the Swiss Government was in. CAR OVERTURNS
formed by the German Govern- A motor-car owned by Mr. Wil-
ment on June 5 that la full report liam Scott of the city overturned
Ion the shooting of British prison- on the Valencia Road. Maraval,
Iers of war at Stalag Luft was being yesterday. The motor-car. it is un-
prepared and should be in Its hands derstood, rolled down an incline and
this week. turned over in a ditch.


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Tnborceu Pund ....
Oversee ConUigent Welfare
Ane""iura i+tiet' Iid. ... trrk War R or. Jr. Staff T L L. a Asmt. Co ...... B A. Merchant Navy Club.
Br. Prtonerm of War ..............
Air Raid Distr ....... ......
X-11. Fuind for ma.let.
RA.F. Benevolent .......ud
W.V.S. Pan Fernando, .tumble 1l ...... Merchant Peamen's Ctlldre .....
Anonymous ....... Du tan' ..... ...
Staff. AngositiraR Bitter, Ltd..... .....,.Red Or"s
Toibago Tail Wagger R....... .A. Benevoleni Fund '
VWtnmen's Canadlan Clih Cinema Show Canadian Prisoners of Wart
Sale. liats Brechin Castle .....Greek War Relief
Trobago Tall WaBers ,2 mnmti) ....... .A.. Benevolent .ind
i. A q;eiffrNr. Sale of Chair .....Overeas Contlngent Welfarel und
Mrs. R. Borte ..... Greek War Relief ...
Wom pn a i',4inelan Club Coll-imin
Lectre nil.... 'nln Prisoners of War .....
Master & 'renv. Moiti .... sGreek Wr Relieft
Trinidad Autoniohlle Club ... ........ (;reek War Relief ....
0erseas Onntilngest Wlthre Fund
TrInidad Philallt rlietlv.. .... ...... Sundry Illnd .
Northern l.adles Nbhall I .eagile ..........Overeaa s inllntgent Welflre 'und
Cnollerlted hy TrInidmd Gutirian for . Overall COntIngent Welfare Suntd
Forest Reserve Victory Fair. ...... ........R.A F. Benevolent Fund ......
t & A. Merchant Navy Cltb
Overses Ooatiagent W1iaro Iunad


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.MAD____MT__MW_8.___ SOCIAL NEwV
'-, ..., l "A L MA A y m~u~


Yespra MErvigl Nrde W k
Talk Of Trinidad*yMI orfl'a Br TODAY -. LUXE TODAY 9p SS2 ) t,,
Beautiful b in 4A Lace GOwt -gL-y .t & rnw : rwwve:: ?Iuj
TM S j-- P Ah0 0l"MOM go ew to n o W.a Powewad-
MMUWcY the jotifg G"oernraccomPLW fhdbyt COL dft e tft alma .WhmME 23Aa ftV* O bW IdeIr
f CtgIark. the A.C.., sttfadd a deUlghtful cocktail prty MriA. u lta U Mtd 0" lat1 Mr. W. O lt Wa Sble| go
lM Ig by oommiader ad Mrs. Donald Lioday at tOwt ibrid of Ueat Joh AnuaS. JMa at M. e M a U u Af A Y
0t 1"radd*""8%. Amn'&. Sidte 4 J.A ftf. ,mt
Srty. which sems to be becomri an annual Lfatr, was hel T brte who wJ M w4* was away -
-e tbe lawn, which was Ulumintd ,with It large spot U10t. Mrs. he broatier, Mr, Vernm Smith.
aod a buffet-supper and the gue sts went oJUm i gno o kw e xqe di t In w hite Is" Today's)) Dir C
u ie Trkldad Country Club. a long Vel worn over her face. W'WNJ
mourthoses invited were Ma.jor. c4alsTebay.. Iut.-Col.a ndShe carri d annee a LA*eft-
Reoy Alstonl. His Cir~ce teArhiho fthe lastIdies- Mr-is hrd
M ".-. S.Macklilign, Mr. and Mrs. Alan StoreY, Mr. &ad M. sliver radiance roes, aand her head- o f U
the Chief Justice and Mrs. Blaca?. D W!rs. Jan m "Coksdress was fashioned fram orange ment Marte Square.
tt,-OoL and Mrs. .rakene-LUnOP. and Mis ,Claire ,--te.-Lndo blossoms. LA" o f Cklyp UIO cu1 Ci
DC DruryCoionel andMrs. Pearce. Capt, Orutcher, Oomor. a AL.m
u icoloe 1 yfret. Major and Mrs. Freddle Greenwood, Mr. and Her only brtdemaK MIos Janet uatles, barbecue e.ab ret, eta.,
Dick rtWl yre, C jorle and Mrs. PCS~ce. at rths.Cr
o patrick, Major and Mrs. C. W. H. Fitagerald, Capt. Tudor,imsertan Club. at night,
*and Mrs. edeCat. Bowmnai. Capt. .Boultby. Comodr. WiI-
PISd&serCoMde, p.udg, Comdr. and Mrs. Tonge, Comdr. sleeved outfit of pea-green and a
M tt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schuller, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. large picture hat, her banquet of
ona Mr. and Mrs. Ken Mackenzie, Lieut.-caimdr. and Mrs. cattelya orchids blending wthu the Confet at St .Benedict's College
*Leut..Comdr. and Mrs. Pitcher and many others."CUM
colour of her gown. Hall, San PFernando.
^ ^=; Leturso -71&k- ---.W.C/I .&sf

g% X NCY the Acting Governor hall given his patronage to Duties of best man were per- 8jo pan.
~I] tel~b' Revue, which is being organised by Capt. Pat formed by Mr. Bobby Leavitt, and
as in aid of CoIoiial troops in the South Caribbean area an the "Ave Maria"' was Sunsg Mis Forthcoming Events -LESUE DAV
uardisn" Welfare Fund. and which wil take place at the Drill Patsy Orien.b Fit
Ban FerI~andio. on July l5. A small reception, to which mem- Dance at Perseverance CuSt
re are.ome excellent numbers on the cabaret programmes. hers of the family and a few close urday, June 10.C St- oddy McDOWAU fI
*fh will be held during supper and then during the dance friend, were Invited, was later held Dance at Trinidad Country Club. -
Some of Miss Marie pakmer-hmzola's dancing Pupils will g at Mrs. Smith's home on Murray Saturday, June 10. Donald CRISP S ta OE PERS
.e0fl;, Miss Joan ostant,.Mrs. CampbeH Alleynet(formerlym is Street. Dance at POrtuguese Assocation,
Tar leu and Miss-Joan de Labastide have promised to sing, The couple left for Tobao y.- s undy, Junel un OF e IDM. fEA.te CYi
thre will be a jitterbug chorus. ..afetor tho p noon, the bride wearing DAMEMAY EDMUl .
That, however Is oWY part of the surprise In store for those a ano en bride Wei "Intoxication," Empire The1 P a p linen s dress Wednesday June A 8 p. m.
who attend. awpinklinensport...... .Wednesday, June 14. 8.20 p.m. _TWENht
____ated._________ _________________________ niai Tbm< A^^iil^H LestI-B!-g~f~i nHsWaiBdrPyam|^
jL S CONCERT scheduled for tomorrow evening by the conclertosNIGRadE
Radio_ Programmes Today |L= a J
AMnC promises to be a high-clssaffair. In aidoftheionRUC LANCHSTERTy & $ -, Fr ea WN IT PRO.gM-A
nThe ProgrammU ie wall open waNith a pianoforte soloa by MLA Wtnfred one ,WVo,___g____I ___ I .'
Atwell; Miss Amy Gibbons, sopralno will sing four longs, among them :00 News rim. Views the NI N I NewTRTR In uesta T F n and
being "18ongs my Mother Taught me," Mme. H.rRudeWawringendr & 8oNTlg Tx'rew-
violin solo by Htldii; Mrs. R. Carter is giving two dances, and MC. e.....in. ris ifrnTomorrow
Mirthrl ov ang.d3M ad n#ss Catoli or YnsWHAT A WOMANTaansDerM
Joffre Bart will sing a-Kashmir ,ove. Song. WIfhhlIlIBear
For the second half of the prorammle, the San *ernando Dramaticn ____ ... .7
Seety will stage l a comedy entlt o mT .o Dear Departed"'' and there 0aem News o I---b, n---tG.I.- |u Joulr mI HoIIMtIi IIIIIInhIII 0
Selchorus fromACIn ctof the "Quaker Glrl.' :5 Prsnal 0I JunaAlbum~~II~lIHIIi
Utotefact that "Nite-Kiob" Revile is being held at the Drill 3,,NwsNw=
' Hall In San fernando on Saturday, July 15, the dance which was : News Fre Aii len 1944 n. '
to have been given at ithe Ste. Madeleine Club in aid of Lhe RPd Cro ss S Cockr Report Inonaioto xct
nd on that diay has been put. forward to Saturday, . n ....u .. 8y Ter Sbe 5W CabarettEMSIage Show)
O sev (o eautif lS rl tai p ar et thanme 8 ..... ................ (a ; t .Iow
4o Remember.% the variety entertainment being or- Newt Ping Crosby
ganised in ald of the tt. Joseph's Convent Fund by Miss :s ..... ,GU YLombardo R OPENING HAPPILY TODAY
SWhoms will no doubt live up to its name It for nothing lse than.4b ND. TINbN O VE I E WK-N
the bey of beautiful girls taking pbM r-t. AND CONTINUING OVER pRrE WEEK-EN*
Those In athe choruses a "Cowboy Jamboree" and nthe oe) e 40s 1
*So" in Swin Time" comprise Joan de Labastide, Grace Maho- :Is News at Home latin Rhythms / C/o
7h 10egg Pat --- inP APPY LADn lo Gae lihdrae 9Se ogsCrsyOg egeioNnig. Sa
:' ......... ... .... .. .h s s th0to y1 1ce ift every 9 me
a ni d her young sister. i ln ba, will Iye a special ballet'i; 00 w. Cb e is is the
W. DeatOtd Mothnol h o promised to sing. 7r. Mc Donald Carper- 0:5ab I whl. N-ch Gr. Ow "
tl o play the violin, and Corbin and Agard are also on the programmed. :oo ....Tan ki. "m S a a. 6aDmwig Bes" BI t i
". .: Al-la--- Not ur. ne.Wlirnu Ai4n White ..
WFAS has been received by Mr. Me D). 8ret, i;wal ms a i\e qog I OT & Ca4ertinrlcr0, ----,
fthoag Czon pianist.i onfn the n-ri for hidltwo y, a 1 o h r o g r a m m e s T o m o r r o w If I had but one Gift that I ould give to everyone In thico gei"norea 4y the R erfl '



C tntr T piaCowstn the Ku tonv inta wo all pon C aralott e S reet on .----------------- U 1 ~ l X S '^., '?- 0 ,w a < ( J A I 'r V *
Mwkueiyr, I Port-of- pmin enneer chedui d to for Sundai Jtie Land, high or low, rich or poor. military or civilian, it would be te ,,,os outstand ng reliu c e,
IS, at the Prine's Building. and his Rpinte-a-Plerre concr for 1e st l K-" wvoi | r elg A PO ps Y L A N D ' n clu
7burmday. June, 22.
of the -- to o,, of ,,,oo1
TSt'SOwas rcelved by Mr and M rs C. H. J. de C llefts, i l oof A. mla. V no; 5 ",w Tit ome Views ethe Newsr 1 1 NetwsAS TE OR THE G T OF u r Cm ou / tofo
Sthe engagement of tu ir 5 2 Lj Lut. e dt Le t at Mire- o ...rth and MJa dnes s ob Crosby nk At
sent in D eraeora. to M par Pamelas Sharples, dauInihte r of Mrs. Nora ...-. Owo
iharp es andd the late Mr. Sharplies. of G eorgetown. ._non ,. (Ato. | RY A R
DANC wil be ive at he Pinc's Bildig bytheChinse Abum Command Performance I9 A- wwamy
S b 30 Comedy Ceres an Show Time
members of the H .-. Trinitv Cathedral in aid of tiie Building i.D ...u N. .... Tlu"nt A' S 0[CAEII I
Ilid of the Morvent KC. School from 7 piLM to midnight on Sa'ur- "- _-- |inullaneouslyT T OY




L~7 ......S '" ""'"' -- */^ BAP ^ ""^ ATNG^^P" TOA: t '~w -"-- RTOYAL-The Big^ Sh ows-- p ., ,NPM
w i lbe bar tt another refrehments, and Durham's :30.Jubilee wais Timo To many, the Idea of Invasion ROYAL-Three Big Show-4 p.m., 6pm,30 p.m.
(T 01 A. :l, h Homb Tewn ree......... en presented 5 .|Sby . a .huge O To h.
?a landing force, & RQCaliXoria Msiodoes.. = and* 8-4hav
v't t Chiang News symphonyOr hestra ANseries of fares
Chh iii eoows tr sIvted to th e wtatsam Chiang venitn" : 15 anitt own News battles. land ultimately, a tri- .
ag 8 .: hwa.. .... Caliaornlo Mhaodiett Sret.t march Into Geo-n _-YAL--Tomorrow & Continuing
aitgnised by the OChinem Study rotu under the patronage....... ....... .int Concertmany. For those who have
, dy. JI 10. at 8 p.m. JRecord in of Madam Chiag Kai- n'e Network Reporter News thus over-smplfied the prob A t "
wbe9147 aMWkerWlteFrtnhe eaw. yo Hm L9,,n Rahythms 'e- TimNe MARC IOF t lems Involved. this film willSa
~'s befo re the Nou.W Representatives of th 3 Kae Smitheo UDe n.no, nm prove extremely revealing. E! -
ahai a e will lecture n t i Lady o ....... t ow Cub MARCH OF TIME'S "INVASION" wil give you a new slant on 2E. GAI ET '
SNrHpha tm Is be ltled an c ei ll nitude of the job and yt wil realiseJust how many j IgtIat 0 p.m.- o
be )pol to defraex -s.0 wTodt Kob n ywuhTay &ContlulnM-
d er1 . N .:5 ..............M....o Wats 'tm "-f PrrangeienlI C had to be made when you gee the extent and ndia Picture l.
B AEAANgavea most delightful cocktail party t, :4, .Nriurvariety of preparations for the Invasion which is shown in SHARIFF DARKOO Frederic Marh m
1. this film.
her home on Queen'sPark East last Saturda' In honour o f (he :' _r___ _n _,w_ ,_ h_,_ *n tmorVu ela Ba 15 ied aNi
11.gtnt of her nieco. Miss FTreda, Harford and M r sIevo 4;cott,. sn sonT h Is l broadcastingM ovAi 1news e ery hour and importantasSSS1SETomorro-eV onica I
shorter lervaln .HThEe M TS oabovesd.chedule is incomplete. America stations 0 1.15 'S ROAD SHOW and
of Mrs. S'ott of Port-ofSpai, and the late Mr. Gerard Scott. are so ivitn frequent invasion broadcuts (2) GAY CABALLERO (Action.) FRIENDLYENEMIS II T MARRIED A WIIIII

MEc C4ADMIW, COME OWD AISY V" M61 ir You S SNT^

'.0 hdyDevi The Favourite Indian Musical-IRN ELNS.
^ I-INoah Beerny AJr. In- JHi OOLAIR -VIN ERIJ ,
^ - L ^ ~~" -CO R.-oVETTE^ K-225 N.B.: Tickets will be sold at 2 p.m. ,
Tomorrow:- KANGAN starts' el
Sun. & Mon. Sn'.et Rosie O'Grady SH0THIS~U.PA U A
S.---POINT FR NOTICETHIN
TONIGHT at 8.3N ,IT E
Two Brand New Pictures ____.___
(1)-LURE OF THE ISLANDS Gee.oUM
Withs Margie HART and Robert SI & INKateoSI83
LOWERY 3LANOFORD, Man
SALE OURN OF' Til
O-F ] TWO (2)-TEXAS TO BATAAN &XEN OF FORCES
'EsKNOF I- TWO Withohorw-Sie n(DianyPictur: SALE OF FTHU
41WIgo.With John (Dusty) K 'G ALDINF FITZGERALI
iPaI2E -Fi:1GWThLt
P OP, $AIt Q12E -FI G6 IX5DTomorrow:--Super Indian Picture: W.-MAGEDwi ------oms
a THGE14A CHABUKW,.'LI Popular t8rs 1 LAO N D
i Be oOR Sxtoudayy:-ROMEO & JULIET --- _ _E D_3_%PRIT ANYE S No .
H P I GTODAY 43M A 3* 3e~t Ye~ -

TaE UTS I' Ia ~ ~ F C H MEET A NB TARI

.......... .......M t y ,,A w, s za-- w S.--,- t ..aa.- -, .-., REC ENT FIRE' FRANCIs.u
,PAVItI LOOK SMAdl. COME OeIfOVeR'1 I 5P MY pe twMI.um.smtos ap.u __________SLR.WA
ANO RCA COOK?-[ oRL 'CarER 1ST 1 eK v. o.~ o. LUI D m,,,sa.____
liE BRITISH AND HA4int t N& ~r CLtIwiloerTIS OA SM
the with Frasslht TONE, Whdine
.-. ALLIED MERCHANt~ 3. .TA Wlma'
NAVYBALES COARSE PAPER. whith RITZ 350. 1*38i?
NAVY CLUB i 1 BALE LIGH PAPER.
-- ,IP~g lMER4CHANT SEAiOMEN 27 BALESLIGHT PAPER..
OF ALL THEg UINITEiJ 157 CASES DAIRY CO. Fea
NATIoN. 3 BUTER(,, I ., E~ '-Sw n Fema
______ | -T ANN'8BOAD LAUNDRY.N IAPOD." rAT | A .U P.M. .L
ST r"--. .. ......~ SOA T .W wtrtant:--.:.


N, 6 3CART ONS LANODLES. KROI

V,"L I ,CNa"O' N.ONG INACHINA TO
THEATRES Time-"2 p.m.KAMIn
A mtd number of p t Dot Fray 9th KID DYNAMITE (1)dnd
local) cinema theatres avaDlaela
to merchant seamen on appl- June, 1944
ration t the Club Manager'.
-Current landing permits to b Warehovs*-
oroduced. 3 W street. EMPIRE-Sam Fern*
SD A N C 2g3 ,.. E P~ eN
I D~tatNC.3 TODAY AT 1L*5 ..6 &EA COTINIG.
feryMTontbast 8.30 LOUISG GILMA uno GoDwYNMuATES Uv ,,iMu
M NMADAMCURIE
'itiaf -ass


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Suat
or Carn Jh





tha t it.. rc by h
Control Bount





and inshowed that

a alleged by t
)Mirt ,terday diine
Sgand Ma ele e Maber

f gct that the receipt
a-m7geen~tlng the amount
B^ edby Narlin John
S~wrtu w inh mde the


LnAt an shandwed theater
m ~ ai subject to the

C control Board, how-


b an ermiso. ni
au alleged by t heyo
HABlteawr ^to Swrine
Piitoi ift Septfcnbee


Sdispo, gave aof ownersheceip


ryInterest o" eights to
S it oan ld handed ot have


t there was acquisi-
fi~^oto Board, how-


until permissiontil
a|, o.Dcember.


r ted by tregtiontr. ol
had out, they couldtional
Wir dispose of ownership;

tInteres, until the Con-
tSindt could not havi
Bg ht there was acqulsi.
ta~u ntfl permission
uSg planted by the Contrroj
tbu had only a conditlofla
^gumltted, until the Con-
i permission.
fi S Can you tell me
offence is committed?
ERmTON: Just leave out
I, "pending permission of
t Board."
iwr Knights, prosecuting
g warned that if this
S accepted tha object o
BtUoDs would be defroted
P aIit denOajPus, he said
|9ople could now protect
Mf erely by giving the
t nept given In this case
1301n had eventually bep
'" the Control Board, hi
Sthe owner would hav
if the car for two month
the regulations said he
not have been using It a
Smagistrate, dismissing th
Ok, said that he was unabi
t,%w Narine could have aeC
legal right to the car until
oldtlon had been fulfilled
ad not actually concluded
Is said, but had made ar
Mat for a sale pending pew
0 of the Control Board t
# Me agreed, however, tha
a dangerous kind of trans
SWhich lent a handle to
to defeat the law.
0O. B. Wooding appeared
of Moonle Maharal.

hnsToCelebrat

"i's Recovery
rtyer meeting service
aandhi on his recent
If Sl Illness, and for
r Mlid victory will be hel
Ssftatan Dlharam Sudha
t'at the Bhawan, El Socorr
nJuan.at a p.m. todsy,
iratio will be marked tb
fading of prayers from tlh
0l Vedas" and the "Bhag'a
br Pundit Bhagwatee, Pund
4 and Pandit Ramchandm
'tdnkent members of th
I 0m unity will speak.
E function at which Par
Msir and Pandit JAni
4darrma will be the offlcla
M will be held at 10 o'clock
9nig at the San Fernanc
"nmple.
these meetings the pub
/ ted ,_- .


issiN Upheld Food Growing

ale Accusation Said To Aid

Sw that e word pending Soil Fe r ty
tslned .lo a i t. nree ut tthe .- .
that conequently it could l ot bynr.F J. Poundf.frmea
SInC ed had aid or purchased CO Agronomist. now menr
e Police, Mr. W. J. Andre Ia the Arlculturaj Officer of the Depart-
led charges against Jack Henwood, meant of Agriculture, a an excelUien
and fiv tyres without pe s&A, means of restoring soil ertility to-
aid ear without permission of the wards rehabiltatiot of the cocoa
industry.
j, the owner, for alding and abet- Adrusin meet. of the
"Orow Mre pFood" Campaign at
---------- Planing Pond on nday nighI,
mmeve ot the opening of the aea
More Maracas front', Dr. Pound pointed out ha
More Maraca the launching of the invasion might
well have. local repercussions If
Landslides s" 9 tww v"'
Shipping to Trinidad were am.
SDr. F Pound Ued the people of
fishing an urrounding
,Prec e u district to plant all available land
In food crops. He said that in
Sr Caroni and surrounding areas,
people were now actively engaged
he new road to Marcas Bay iplantin lands which for l
recently blocked by landslides the yusi e has spent In the Col-
should be kept closed to wheeled ony, he had never seen pla noted.
traffic until a good deal of back- Referring, to the rWehabilitatio
benching involving expenditure f of the cocoa industry Dr. Pound
i considerable s mof money is outlined the method being erm-
done by Government, Mr. H. N. played by Government In replant-
PFahey, Local Food Production Con-I ployed Government replant.
troller, told the "Trinidad Ouar- In y their cocoa fields In
food crops.
iran" yesterdicted that th 'rees, he said, were lopped and
Mrw Fahev predicted that there corn was planted throughout the
would be manylmore landslides in Mids. After two crops of corn
the area..s were takenthe entire field was
"It is not surprising that trenched in one direction only and
slips have taken place." he said. the trenches filled with cow manure
Mr. Fa^hey described travelling te trenches filled with cow manure
Mr. ahey described travelling' and rotten vegetation. Yams were
on the new road as dangerous, pir- then planted in those trenches.
ticularly in tihe wet season when then lantex ya those trenches.
other overhanging rocks might be The next year the field was again
oh o i trenched, but at right angles to the
easily dislodged, former direction, and after buing
S filled with manure in the same way
isT y ams were planted.
f ity W ar a ing In that way, he said, almost the
hole field was impregnated with
$6325 In W eek fertlity, and he advocated that at
t 9 the end of that period, there should
S Of $11,.210.40 sold in War Sav- be planting of seedlings or cut-
e. Ir.s .Certificates at the General tings.
n Post Office for the week ended Trenching vs a very expensive
e June 3, Port-of-Spain and method of rejuvenating soil fertility
e suburbs contributed $6,325.20. Dr. Pound stated, but he said he
s Disclosing this yesterday, the was able to get terrific yields from
e Information Officer added: lands which were trenched. In
t "Other hood investors were some instances, he said, they had
County of St. Patrick with reaped more than 30,0001b. of yams
e $2,663.20 and the Win the War from one acre.
e Association which put up $1,461.60 Other speakers at the meeting
- for re-sale at its various sales were Mr. W. Andrew Rose, Tech-
II centres throughout the Colony. Of nologist, and Mr. C. H. Von Deible
d. St Patrick's contribution for the both of the Local Food Production
a week. Point Fortin put up $954, Department.
. Brighton-La Brea $885.60, Fyzabad l-.


$561.60 and Cedros $126.
The Eastern Borough of Arilma
out up $367.20 and took its total
purchases to U14.522.
County of St. George's quota
was $363.60 for the week. Of this
sum. St. Augustine, the Imperial
College centre, put up $360 and
carried its total purchases to
$43.131.60.
"County of Caronl and the
County of Victoria put, u $79.20
and $39.60, respectively, for the
week. Carapichalma contributed
$61.20 to County of Caroni's pur-
chases for this period and countyy
Victoria's place on the list was
earned by the sole effort of
Polnte-a-Pierre.
"Following is the weekly analy-
si. of purchases made by boroughs
and counties for the week ended
June 8:-
Port-of-Spain and suburbs,
$842,875.20: San Wernando, $115,-
164: Arlma, $14.522.40; St. George,
4111,423.60; County of Caroni,
$43.509.60; S. Patricl:. $193,211.20;
St. Andrew-St. David. $9,448.00!
Nariva-Mayaro, $3,711.60: County
of Victoria. $69.912.00: Tobago,
$18.482.40: Win the War Associa-
tiop, $847,4&5.20.


City Scavenging
Campaign Urged
An Intensive campaign of appeal
by radio, the Press, addresses and
leaflets, to educate the public in
public health matters with a view
to improving scavenging in the
city, is recon,.,ended in a joint re-
port by Dr. Roderick Maromno,
Medical Officer of Health, and Mr.
C. R. Farrell. the City Engineer,
on scavenging, which will be con-
sidered at tomorrow afternoon's
meeting of the City Council's Scav-
enging Committee.
The committee will also consider
a joint report submitted by Mr.
Harold A. Dupres, City Supervisor,
aid Mr. George Borde, Transport
Train Manager, setting out sug-
gestions for Improving city scavong-
ing.
OFFICERS TO BE ELECTED
Officers of the Port-of-Spain
branch of/,the Muhaluddeen Young
Men's Muslim League will be elect-
ed at a meeting taking place at the
St. James Mosque at 7.80 o'clock
this evening. All Muslims are
specially asked to attend.



Pimples

Curked 1. Day
ANe you eba""d by d! im
I lanlw *ad sint bflierisb~s? emamt iZ'
longwtow mfnd or taM m
Mae or w Valk hp
itching. lomma-i-ke sash, lmangwronR.
ether akin Irrltkticus with the M sent sas p
UCalon of a new teahent wU be..

must satisfy you ..15Uir 1 eset methias.
Ju1 let N laden Ieidi


THE NEW TONIC
AND

BLOOD PURIFIER

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Portraits Import

Ban Explained
Trinidad Guardian Correspondent.
SAN FERNANDO, June 4.-Li-
cences for the Importation of any
works of art, including pictures,
except in cases where they have
been produced in the British West
Indies, Bermuda, British Guiana
and British Honduras, are not be-
ing granted.
This is revealed In reply by Gov-
ernment to question tabled by the
Hon'ble Roy Joseph at a recent
meeting of the Legislative CouncUl
as follows :-"Will Government
please state why import licenses
are not granted to persons desirous
of importing portraits of famous
Negroes?"
The reply states that the licences
are refused in accordance with
Government's policy of prohibiting
importation of unessential items.


Party Branch Pass

Confidence Vote


The Port-of-Spain branch of the
West Indian National Party at
their meeting on 'Tuesday night,
June 6, unanimously passed a vote
of confidence in Councillor Albert
Gomes, one of the party's vice-
presidents, in connection with the
part he played on the side of the
Hon'ble T. Albert Marryshow, in
the recent Grenada Legislative
Council elections.
The motion which was moved by
Mr. J. R. Best, and seconded by
Mr. R, Gomes, was passed after
Councillor Charles Ward, who pre-
sided, had made It clear that the
motion, if successful, would be an
expression of the feelings of that
branch only.


For Better Signs
APPLY
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'Phone 520 2 N61S.


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NAIfS and PIPE
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NEW and USED CLOTHING
GOVERNMENT and CIVILIAN
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Commission Agents write at once
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DOCTOi COMES HOME
Itven L. Johnson, son of
Johnson, headteacher of
S Government School, and
, Johnson, who recently
4 in medical studies in
AIved back in this Colony
W and is at present stay-
his parents at San Juan.
nman who will practiS
Here is a former student
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UNIDAD GUADIAN.. 'THUMUDAT, JUN I. 1 4.


Prisoner


Mr. and MKr. C. Abbtt. ef 114,
astern Mane Read. Barateel
have reeeved a eable
addreoed to Mr. A. bui,
Colony Dimetor of the Tral-
dad rmaeb., BtoIbh B2 d
Crees eem Sir Edward
Davon inferm Mr. KMnlyn
that their m o iFlghtb ergeait
Randolph Abbott, whe was re-
ported maniig as a reumlt of
air ,eeatln o en the night of
November 2"-11, 1943, has
been found. A letter has
been received from Flight-
Sergeant Abbott, stating that
he is a prisoner of war In
Stalag Luft VI, Laer K.
Germany. that he Is uninjured
and In good health.


Convent Relief

Up By $593
'Us turn of 65W was added to the
Convent Relief Fund yesterdayy bringaio
the total to $43,963.87.
New list of donations is a follows:
Already acknowledged ........43.. ,37u.gi
Miss U. Paty ....................... 10.00
four cooverts:
violet Cattiln ......................... .0(
Amelia Carty ...................... It
Leonora rey ................ 1 0(
Roaline Joseph .................. 1.04
Miss A. S. Leotaud )
Mina G. Letad ) ............ .. 50.0
Mils S. Leotaud )
Misses L. & B. omis .......... 10.0
Collected by C.P.A.:
Dr. Kernahan Barbadou .. 26.0
Collected by C.P.A:
K. Robinson )
1. Robinson ) College Pplls ... 1.
staff of United Grocefs, Ltd.
R. 0. AllurM .......... 0.01
A. ,. Hnklng .. 10, 0
A. H. Rocharid .. ....... 1o.0
M D. King ... ........... 6.5
J. D'Abreau ............ 6.0
x Pourhet ................. 6
W K ong .............................. 2.1
G M ill .. ..... ....... .. 1.0
V. Patino............... 21i
B Ahwal .................. 2.1
R W eyow ...................... 1.1
R : WCar W ....... ...... 1. (
B Carint i 1.1
A. Constantino ................ 6.0
J. Austtin .. ................ 1.0
A. Ache ..... ...................... 1 0
J. Cedeno . ................. 1.0
F. AlcLntara ...................... I
1". Chin Cheong ............. 1.
F. A. Harper .... .............. .I
A Grant I..................... 1.0
A Tam kal .. ................... 1.0
0. Assai s... ....... ..... .... I1.
H songoi .......................... 1.
C Fort .......................... .
K,. Lesams ........................... .
F de Landro ............... .
L. Mahibir ............................
A Brown ...............................
Sam my .............................
3. Amnerall ....................-..... S
M Faure ........................ 2.
S .-Joseph ............. ............... .2
B. Nivet ..................... .
1W. K. Arhong ........ 10.
Mr. and Mrs. (Go. Cabral ....... 100.
Dr. J, X. A. Boucaild ... 0.
Mr. and Mrs., de Cuir .0 1.. .
Mr. and Mrs. A. Pouchet ... 2(.
rather and Rita Daniel .. 2.0
Collected by the "Trinidad
Guardian":
The Personnel of U Sq.
Naval Hospital .. SO0
Dr. and Mrs. B. Puler .... 20.
"I. Thumas High school ... is.


Sleeping

Sickness

Spread Stops

No cases of equiem ,ssepbalo.
elkW slopingg s1001e0s) were R-
paoted during the MOMth of May.
according to pragres ir'rt by tt
aotlnglDrector of Agrtculture re-
leased by the Information OfWfe
yeeerday.
Preventive vaccination wor. Meat-
ried out In OCarm aad ni. n efe
in connection with sleeping sick""
winl be completed 14 the month t
Junew. It is diclosd.
Am regards paralyte rabiest in
Uveetock during May,W ftrthsr pro-
gess report statesta no cas
occurred in Sangre OrmA arme
during May. but In the LTandedvlls
areaM seven caam we reported, o
which one was In Lor.denvitUle, two
in Thompson Trace, one in Pal-
mste lla two in ejuesl d
one in .
Health Department wee busy
carrying out desmodus bat des
aon work in Sanre Grande, stat
the report and It adds:
"In the Longdenvlle area bat
destruction work has al&uo been
carried out and from both areas
408 bats have been forwarded to the
Government BacterIlogist for eax-
aminatlon. Up to the end of May
no negri bodies have been found In
the bats examined.
"The vaccination of animals was
carried out in the Longdeovlle
area, especially in Thompson Trees
and Palmiste Village where most
cases have occurred.
"On the whole the Incidence of
the disease has fallen during the
n 'nth.
"The last report covered the
period up to April 30 and the inci-
dence can be summarized a fol-
lows:-Sangre Grande area, seven
cases; Longdenville area, 26 cases."


T.E.B. Staff

Changes Approved
The Trinidad Electricity Board.
at a recent meeting, approved re-
commendations of Mr. W. J. Wil-
liams, the general manager, auk-
Ing for creation of a new post of
engineering assistant in the dis-
tribution department on a salary
scale of $1.920-120-3,400 and a
number of changes in the board's
staff.
The recommendations involve
transfer of Mr. A. Rodrlguez,
assistant Installation superinten-
dent from the Installations de-
partment to the new post; transfer
of Mr. Gonzales, distribution
foreman, to the post vacated by
Mr. Rodriguez and transfer of
Mr. Andalcio from grade 2 fore-
man to grade 1 foreman of the
distribution department.


Local Government

Motion Deferred
Trinidad Guardian Correspondent.
SAN FERNANDO. June 6 -
Action on the resolution passed by
the Legislative Council on April 2,
1943, that Government should give
early consideration to the ques-
tion of local government through-
out the colony, has boen deferred
pending decision oW the recom-
mendations of the Franchise
Committee already submitted to
the Secretary of State for the
Colonies.
Disclosing this is reply by
Government to Legislative Coun-
cil enquiry by the Ho'ble
Roy Joseph about what steps had
been taken to Implement the re-
commendation of the house


Why Not Be HAPPY
HEALTHY & SLIM?


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City Businessman
Leaves For U.S.
The "Trini'etd Guardian" under-
stands that Mr. Cyril L. Duprey
secretary-manager of the Colonial
Life Insurance Co., Ltd., left the
Colony by 'plane yesterday on a
two-month business trip to the
United States of America.
Mr. Duprey's trip, it is under-
stood, is connected with the com-
rany's expansion plans. During
his absence his duties will be per-
formed by Mr. C. 0. Monsanto,
manager of the Port-of-Spaih dis-
trict.


Heard Trouble


Caused by High

Blood Pressure
If you have pains around the heart.
palpitation, dlssinees, headaches at top
and back of head and above eyes,
shortness of breath, feel nervy, or saf-
fer from poor sleep, lo.e of memory and
*nery. Indlgestlon. worry and fear.
your trouble Is probably caused by
Hih Blood Pressure. This Is a disease
that caue more deaths than cancer,
b*atwa the *ymptoms are so common
and usually mistakeh for some sialmple
almenut. If you sluffOr from any q( the"
symptomN you should start treatment
at onee.. The very first do- of Hynex, a
now medical discovery, tends to reduce
High Blood Pressure and make you
fee1 years younger In a few days. aet
Hynox from your chemist today. It is
guaranteed to make you feel well and
strong or money back oa return ot
empty packa.


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THE CHINESE STUDY GRO

Invites you to spend am Enjoyabe Evulsg with :
MADAME CRIANG KAmSHEK
AT 133
Cineae Natioal Building

19, Charlotte Street, on Saturday, 10th Juno
AT .3 rPZ
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voce on a .e otuf Iemr FaMM 8sek at 0 10
Rerwesentativea. U.SBA.
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her career.
Makee g SpoeWl EfTrt to AttoMd
S Bpa M indly lent by oeMea SupplUeI, LWmtd.


Intelligent


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wisely carried out, my
prevent serious inhctom.
In emergencies or ve
in cas of minor acci
dent, the possibilities for
infection with serious
consequences create un-
certainty.


J 1The beet safeguard is the superior know-
edge and skillful attention of your phys
cN J an. Remember, however, that dotowe
cannot work miracles, and a neglected scratch or wound as
be just as serious as a major accident.
Prompt cleansing of wounds or breaks in the akin witli
DIOXOGEN helps to create a condition which will yield
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Ajox Battery Factory iN IPAjnS o. uI
33 Iwad SI.8:: Tlphen;AM 3 str~aotd by Mrs. L. A. WbW
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dri NRos Appy any moralin
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VACANCIB1 EXIST In Tomn C
QO Company for a Junior Clark
a 856.00 a month and two Jun
desesti Clarke starting at SU/I
lath according to experitnce. x
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w ada In own handwriting and
WWrTmWD: XPURIteNCID
4OOK OR9NERAL for nouebold
weak and 1 neels, r.o. Aiml exi
Male Butler General. $5 per week
Wl, jran. Must be co-opertu
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td Oardi an." 'r oeet acomme
-Juna 11.
SOARDENER WANTTD at 1
.lrdeua, MaravsL-June 13.
COOK-BUTLeR ton. person).
* Picton Street.- Io .
AN APPOINT IN will be
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Sa. Bet oer. Jeuklna. Cami
|a SIS, Etension 304 -Jun.
P FOR SALK 1 Maurrlay
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D/ ~Plr.l RUOL (M pra ICtt{orelyA N e Eua l FOR a m 01. 1 raittl Sauc dtwaet. Apply S otveifUloe p,5-u 23,
aeeelj,,e.5alLtIke lroAOcite pe VplM=S Mvid Dra

SavS.0 0p0f.. C.ban. Gr-e beti .' CS oo ...AND LAN.. ...... ......l......
e11e spply.& % Modes.. *^----- It 3^Gurdia%^- y,in 17.s ________________
IIk) uaeia" S_treet. opoailt AIa Sim Ptoa sus sets w i Ath pp ov Ct 1eatso im e IA A E
Mtdres eil-Jun. emir eoal Laa. a .* M-
WW ~ ~ I TUiA) It tk ArN~ -IHM* Aft ir:l 4/4, n MtfM.; IT It"" Wft U NK. appt. laf wU NOA -
*taitek& C ~tftW Pall t~ urtn.*t UM Ml*M- 4--ottm 13 Htowdm.ju nlbt nl*




A5gl- e Woe t n daaaihCrti AHatnl JaUm 1 Po5 RnIKAU 'it ATr *pltua tadn CHan.. retn *M-'Phis t..-
751inst1n (~nlei- )..usa en U WRY WOMB whoa 1 wet 3 *t- Tuaaae W. oidf, MaPort- county R-p- idence. N. 1Dn Stto ipd.
,-. e -". -,*. -- f.etbaot a.. .. stal.S duc re. ane t4A hac Cut. San erando. amt- mn.
tuaflem DR. 105313 FIREII~t. DR GLADYS ht. MMCoasOtu. MenataMD NMe. tlvatle: OOu& Nd |rapmalt rooep *p. will le Miod (or s ymm.
P333XrK~lIR.A. Chlropractors formerly New Dult eat EasaW fto yin. OsMa me5 protmnatly 1-5 bags cocoa. a.84M cratee optiod o( renwal. W~tt UIf U-l
=1.L.-Sur=.oil


York) rdarlek (trtoppt St. see S Cldntt Dn M tD r rulie). Srlupply Mo ad and er aovel e2 | LB- -............s........ g
Ma. (lollet). MAIO M. canb en otbtaIe lrum gravl ptt e to. Fr ld R de. L S la
lIg co.Wwet I dleeopra A o B n art= PSo"tey printed wih o G. Marvel (p ) ..... .
am "u her m, - W t j,, *offua Co.. Ltd.. e-on-upa.in.- DwAelN;iNgNEMEuTrat o.
6, utl .-d. S. p D rea- tn.. hMona M1.-J n i. Jn tm at Part Mx

COL DKJOiM Du) y-O UBRALLANTS...Lts MADe E FVIN OamaterTiataW. dnwa 0,St.re- PERSONAL NOTaCss"..1
a 2= S RMDIG P C 5S5 no PS L theVRdiantsloti.to Je 1D NeVat bTMeNT. Wclos THE PUBI IL hby tl ht 1
oe.11 414.App. lye G="I.. `b. aroudrdaTr.. sl oan wI V/P ItMoDuNiAprland ceuD
I -Mil S -.tltu .rad^ls^ tm i Stureeiiyt Purity lflvour. CoIfk t mettrIe atr i svtfd .or Frekhold Prme r m no longer rpolb tor ny dt or
G.aJam. gfl l 1 se.--iunR 1.f etl o, U mI rthhat t--MW Ya r mak edm5 No. S Poebrtol p trla t. itdon lon itRy.u debt contracted by my w Ayha A-
leess,"pljeel),FOTPAWtaof all n..Lakee fIueofn.9Lt.altkida ILAc rtresag e54&cautiCul pt-toseaNNOUaNCEM oraleNTS
St IlIoh JOSEPH oRXIs INDRO(IADN R eldng. Masclhine ShoP.w .sills, Ue. hs:acoca*e and ghou e.. frutifa 30, R0. wilss ma tr0 M





N O A USE. d f U R 0 UL StC ?or Mihonie Pyre11.fe. Ceot TS- It, TI ht. land. Bul.abs tor A. rl garall Mohammkd, he.li left my hoae
MYM rJlS!SS ,Ciroprat ortor er No Juno 11a faimpim Watton oBlers rectlve& uOUl caes =nd protctlse on e 8ll Jew 1M44
bey^ es Uiesity Vienna, r .medise 01. IN- NARINE'B ARAOE, fi Pl*mSu 10*. IP4 Apply Joeph oui,>B* 0f Oord ASGARAIt"i MOHAMMRO
Y k Or RDE rS eeAriktre. DaiLy s-4 .O sea. w t o.U D i aft Hall.'80 D.e Caplend Tras"orvetreett-..No..... PrryItr.... ,... Grand. -t

TWteda. ]P frold- JilSRIs (andea ym = 1fM e M haP R iratlnt Eacrtl ast roulde *II 4L.EMw ERll in n OT lCe S T Road.

I Abt. Ti0I3O 3B : ad LAteMt nAle. o lend, fe sphlyd. ene ral. haSellg SPvenlene t ND o, IN1ES0MN Wral tte TlE PUBLI oI hereby noticed that 1
*t^~~of"st. 8370-Tji 21~e.^ Par ^ATN ^ AL^.3^ .seenim
omtenal aparats o raDiRnt. 8TRaOeI. 1 mQuaeIts Purhitlys. Waerm. CarSee Ind p thr op r Ts Ura nita r Fre ehold Proupe r am Tn lon Ir r esoseet for a t o

,t e n r aYas-Ju et 1o. acio. h etthe h k ur o. 8 emr one Stret.ide- al. o can l 'xy de bt cnhord bmyf w if o A s
P00ST-I A 5 5 K Ul t. ULRbo fo 2rMaho 'I'lls-PueSole.PhArolden1therontadtoeq tt.eland. houitable 1or itora Mohammed. havig left mo hom
RJ~qT.--J~o Is tites alri overntdiienc Feas wateRre *vede ryl,; 4- --


cociwo hThR, Doctoritf heOlpnaeot
Rormmerlyo w t lt h Wr te -er". Country Club. P WiuneaIO lnaufant an o te un.
ha as neetat ien, eede CORN t IN. eNAINte'd wArAGE 54is Pbcdlock T0. IM.ApyJsp on.HOfr ARAelS MOI'MITO,
Qua. RESTAUiIRANTWn AND AFOUSO i ohe tee. whrm popErLD Carst ande tilrc Apor K. -tua 1t -JeortMona.
''vdd FOOT t OULE. AineanICE- ie.Grvinds etl c uoee fOR frALK: tMoDl. EfRN l spo t E tital-Jn e1,SatamLde





Islv n go nIe3, P ihat0ynwP 01ee tAEMS wAiESi avbu.pplep.yenralrepids *atolcvie THE PUBNokfC heRby oonANNT tSat I
hm ornM 2 B*S EiCK ET.ks ofkt veh wi cles te yoo rge anr 7hi8--Je. oao. al no leH r undLIr th careb *nd protht-


* oOPIlf L TKOimO&NA RteTAUllA T, U next Job. nOr ntor/si enrt nor work. SMALL AND LAROw Pr OPERTIBE, tlon o( moy husband Gertno Phitlp, no a*
1t1. '/ P R tlON oE 'one Trea nei w mant t DIA n hi re ba th e rse lua WoneI V e L. Straeelt Pohseston. AIM SO.dmento. i hold my self respo osble for amy d ant
SP 11 RtI AAD TO hA Yu R OS w p ted LR icul OMr F apply dtib..ti od ef cur, et.t rctefd by h m y. if,
Sffie 3 E omi tt. ee)wral whengnmtnta or city pAnd tunldr o( tdndoJo conls, lnt ng or1t,40 PemSmi NAL ,NOtlf.-Jmel 1y CHR18TIANA P rIL
elartlac ES TuRwNt thRr WN e *Oo s.ttr for Clais Honotre orI Ngrtoin btrlt. Port- InT CLAuH INVESTMENT. tan- -Jnten. 10 Cumuto VlUtgtI.
soi SAT Wtd iL'IA1. 3M ALatestiVNIIS' Blenddo trehelbu ground0hdaiy.coat hmtlM i' nxwhoe02.-ue1
&paists aicl. Inrae. p uait.PuitmlaoreOla s t e-oos ieivtso muh A eXA d fr TreeT.l Claret oam -Ju lnge r res ponsbefrt ManydebRoad.






stor Ae- pcTtla.- --Ju-n7 ot-8pyul.---Juno 10. eniforced two Sto reeehold bulidln I ds Wife. tll A
on 'ma as CO CKTAa rarzS r eetd i8ngIH that yo u f w AT Oue e tuallybe. wll whivc4 At l 9 ari e Antrea rueit e t. hor gaer- THEMh PUBLIC ie hereby noticed that sI

s hul P f tonerly-- wr tMeoay -e unoItte youfor y ior l---ne prloi rran d am no longer under the care and protec-th h n

rad copic 0-.H IA RESTAURA NT. 5. St. Drest eo.c, maneriw'. and urn w thr- SMAin AntD M t LAcorG e PoPP OrtIE tion of my husband RIna PhelIp. nor dy
1. !S M1 Ste t Ph one 12.ne m ae i are O thfirst, ORn S.E dedlyV JI o1 dpa n p ouse h raa Ao.in e sOentf odo l h myself reapons ble fmO r a ny det r
a d m deI cNIous Lu nChA. enl 11,4in ther T ilhre ,' p uane91d Puars ndTe rDck orm lo 0 or BAer t oera "o Pwho e a e n debts ru. n traced by h im. up


ndff on. ^^MSh iing ua spealC~ a Irngeeots fork Cty n ul "' qilsof ononnf FEnls 1st iott' 40lE K Pem rloke Stret.-J 3 nedom I rI.n~bl CHr ISIN an14btco tr.td iP
.... ..TRUBE& tai B .VN1h. GrveIan. etlOVdSluler



etctngmath csoaar. e is atr arClssHnor, I Nrfl Sret.pat- 0 RTCASSE INVETMN T.th ag deling- '-June 10 Cum eu~to sg.
FrAAEc-ae s JnvO O AOE of p aIoJu on M0 Cino a N. efcd tw or Reoadp bil, Roa n i, Tm nae
70.110 *' O DY anOO.' M5AbecolySSA rEet. bsEW YuRplid. anrE s e p aTiOM. ot@WIc, I are r h uieso r-PEI thrb oiidta





iQ 10 4 1 -Jun. A D 28. iCogV wr undO, eFRtakERATOSunaOtR SlAcks viron shp prour R a nd bakery. garasess amnnotified rhutderan the caraerand retec-
boam of sffOR L 5S-PackrEd .IU r ()akes ofRvehicles.A., W2 als;ocharge and., attche.U Siuonatedt offer, X= of. Pold S .a E l PUBLICion of m y hunoland tatl.unor
"rtrine-'PHO NE 56 Treatmfnt w-tpm daly.rebeesp.uRadhrsaL1d.ourtoshstree.t.Phone 0n tSo. do Itholt myself rat onsihl n for anysdabf
9d~ a O fl 0H. REDTN, tn gI& wor wort hwshitly.r Consu ltaremImenmc; ots. Ekl 9 R SD N E ainig ou 8rehat, bedrooms.,Smith, shbe lhaving left mycomera&cted il


codte painted814,000.00sblacorb neaContr eato er. A pbPosses on Kno x: oRe deaal MALCOLMSMITLL

VMlAonR SAU, aN U T NmD.Iun. O("Nd t Ewok2TRI. AUTOMATIC Record stape Broker. 'Phone 23.-Jun GEORANA HINKON,
I COUPte. CTeWI tlA m0lAiCon throEhot. Pyoe. bCullaro-Mgo Bitlcl ID mas islchtn BUN SALOW, La 8Tivt AvenOe. Mar svail _June. Priceei Towa.
ApL. y A Mu.rray Arl 4 dn -- cablnPt toor rCcordRa. ,cqluRter TIlE PUBLIC I g henerals h ereby Rt h n
ATpl.y J e ty O CTar, T AeeTphon e e8E.1Juo0 e psr month Pr-cn ou0. hckei, 'Ph cane la nd Prnlerund er y the cre and protte.
aenL T'inc eare TMCKOh w1terh tb atIeMayOth Lesq uoee "adi- f 2oy -June o S 20no

uwdon. MeAR oIS ntO t p.SrEAN. Mn 'od o. r nextobur". su maitrylundourui t k-K el SMAL RLANCW alo STret. UIAedI.oWion of my husbanydebtonracted. notbyh
v win- ingedi t itwiltPhione 51624, b iS en I i .0ey Meariet Soq arm.Phon. el 4a38.-no te OlVdascant posa e aron trApls cnelmnt*.ea u I hold my self.respo nsibl e for an y de oI
I dodwm unch strt Dinertl. TO Witshie, Qalifed Pinte & D~rsto. Fo pariculrs aply debtslgh addnebtscontacte yby him. .


rliteof r s. Speciandl n rm- n gee i e.t A. O NrE. 'yone t2 lR fAToMAT-I- J 3 etorbdEstate mbrokse, Pord gr.-oJun e o11.e wRGIASATInAN PHSI, I

O er ?unP I PHILEc llet loterfrh Cls O-TROPIC ar -TubIN Rfdlk o Offtee r t a caltO pT aiseL s A sle Partul.rit -June 1. 8nc ouT wla.,
Appl y A, p iyrl AN MuRrayt1Y, rob ad aca ptebi n t o Mrcrd l coed, 'Phon a 83 P1. r ckh. 'Phone 123 b e Jun, en. 11d gn
a.m--Junn c e 3uparee wileh pooe CerMet n- J e FREEHOLn d PROe RTY on northea t 'po THI PUBI.IC is hereby notified that
00 1014 _z aY.QOX" 3 Steet SE YOR D ESSS A RO E, ut-am nio longer under the care and protec-
mailble UnaFLET026TdtCKtwin g woirk unertakenHu. One largestoksl82. -Jisi n eshpii lr nd onry ofae
:210 k.'yr5 Cntct he4tiFilll. U cma sinalore. O ne mll 's e6lvtair. V ince nt WLtched- Sitae t corner of OldU A W. d i yhsad Gog asa o





rlt on and get y: McKcnwai tin f Cyuou ii l. HAHIOc.rRAM. (;iabo Rdik o 8e.ra en corner of ichmond and t t e trtntillt. I old am myel f re spon sibl e for any debt or
Wr irte S street, ng a.-it-AJun Cc Duke Iltrhne t.-Jun0 Two r-Jdnce best ruenr.h sou e In ilo- ordebts contracted by imy wI rtrud
roJnd 2. V eNee n br in Sa n Juan.,

e mrt iFR anAl O -ii i al l 6t3 Ri Obl N ;IECT .IC O2TLu COOLERS. OE calmly. Eckes, 'Phonter ,l Jun e I. Pierrt. e A in h e having my r ad
i e aLt Mechanlr a .otln ntl ..o I. re 2ir .-tlle Exppeiy, lao On ie Largt Comn ReSIDENC C ir nty Road. atsi. protection on May 20lo 194 t ys4.
5.in.i bkM new. 1,S10. PS C D imnir Po Wo i slit:i yn Model qckel. en9 Mt rIne Squre R AugusiDne, 4 bCalroomss eet.. bedrioonb r n eOPnA c PI mRC,
ifer ;codoora.-June 21n e |2icihone 4-a Juneq 17 groundi. inmw re pi]Alon, bargain. nV 11. Avocsin.t Vly EllagRa.
COP tcoantc ndtio hmghu.1'2t CltrOM g M) o T~hfitt B NA LOWi. La So~lv itae.dAven e. ioor tna. --June tS. Pics Town.

ALabour ONE 1939 FMrra TreIe K ie .- r. lR8 O InATToRY RADIO. E vos, to Min excellen tchl *'3Phone tull m et c ene. THE PUE BIC I s hereby ncation that I
avlabe BG LETO R UJCKR 9S w Mth dew L EOLInEA TOR8 Da LareP"ol-o8,2 92. 'er i r. rad IJneil not ngrunder t he car e and prot im.o O
lo Work. l -61P Il an er,roule ----or Oe "Small w iith -.----tor". in NEW ULY CNTRVACTEA SNT OUSE fIoo f m yhusba nd, af ge A Ma yo rf.ineihral
te r e.-o Truc l. tyre lie n o. h mll bi.. oier in-b. c"ndiorn. C.l. p m-7 p -.. ,ar- MOST, ArTT IVen Freehold Bullrnt \do I t hold myse lf r etpo ube f or a n y0
Suendt. ItApply tB CotA, sii. B,,i.- iilane BlmoPo s. 'Pbo n 8 , S row ave. llaht at Mirab hl compriInad trint d ee b t o ntracted by my wi
Lincoln V~llase.-June lb |1000 20. 30.520 square feet s,> it masuring; 2041 feet Artolnelte Atoine, bSS having left a1
Its st- S aSgrIN eS COUPE.-- Ai CaruPoea1 4 .--JuneV.bedrooms,etc.. ono rud goonf lin s wh de thof i l r i s eu Ay 1
pan y For p.- JU o 164.-HENli geILasi T"'u-Taadio "Of -rsvacJunte preritinusarl:Ecel Pnart ALEXAN.ERTIS AMAOINE,
- 1f 1050 1B RI SDAN AUSTIN jjn __________ R"OUSE AND LAND. IA Seh Road. Duen. A 0yree,
a AME RIC A NMEdRi CU. G ,d lyre P. e C aB t be atm Maraval.l R beoaautihnully s.ltuatPonAde, overlooin-lt June 11."a R Ja.
las at ipiBM itha e.-Jats 21. RESORTS golf course all modem R onveoienes THE PUBLIC is hereby noticed tht I
Ap iny: S PwOcrt ro CAIR. 151 I Modetl. HOLIDA M OBARo dat Wrlrvie k Pdo rner 0. ofIrerrgt n Broadwky JuSne e am not undr lhe caro s nd protection oft
r Ma tn.o inc e un d No reason$'te o r cc8i3o l rt ree, o.uSnSt W t o s a l All conveniences it e Cumbwtrba td I r.sponlable for any d ebt or e, bt5 d-
Meeha,,hFO Guest RooF. rooms w1th unnngEwaterCBOTTLEEWOBURL.TVAnCATanEckrl' r OUSE fory hu1bandJne1Ra ftmy.ceteram
Res- M eca. d n cl eo t Auguats e 134 -e dO- 'Phone tySal sJoa n o L- wrn c'rmlR VnC o y Road l rtectiond by him.a 20 194
to l d i l ie n e w. $ 1 5 0 0 F. 1.m n i r .sP ) i d e a d M d e l Ee l 6J uMa r i ne' o l u u x tnt r y m p e dr o o. et c ..tet enS E s i ver n .. O P A S I A. R S ,


.11S- FO D48 J n 1gr n 1. r e" ".t W H UE'N E S It Ng in a m ieb A C H A Nl visiuet Julie 1 20. I A L E X A NEn]O A L M A N eY ,
9 OEF. V T i r rCK, M rn e Hamilton (IiiTet House on sea. t. Law. FOE SAL' I RkTI110" IOtPoe Four Roads .
cndltina thcooghouiH ei ceo, e Iartiut Exrellent with One Acre "( Ln ii ants R llth -June 11 Tamana.
d*dtl'ls. Wilson. 214 l'ehwurth 5' Ft. dab *> h,. i-'cooiuudatlun guaran.Jteed ?f Oranges, Jliii arnd itaiiio Manguer. Gripe .
mfll ATruck. yrp ik Cr o mmncae wthMn-do n Cl n M M. 8 D aPi cherryr're t er.:.. i i THE PUBLIC I thereby notified that I
Fendo...Jsne i".-14 Evelyn --Junel7 "i itath. sewerage In boie, I! bedrooms 1 am no lonftr undrr the care rnd pro-
ee .aa'yemy SAM LORD 90 "1U. Mayar. Writs dining and drcawinic rooms gallery Fine tertion of my? bouabnd Albert Clarke.
re d A- ____________ *',Ba- e ars. Belm -Jun t. o34 oi4intry ilmoiepher acitialte al Eastern h m e .." -fo
nee** ----- an *i'GRAL CGTTA*i.v. Tobag.o heiwten Main hotl '. mite front Arima Applii -June 13 No. Ia Broad Street.
.mbctdg WANTED TO BUT Hobosnon Crusoe and Pigeon Porni tS Mrs,. C Iice. Snta R,>a Vtlal. TUBE PUBLI~C Is hereby notified that 1
bjhabrld" te 53 per day. Apply: Manefrer P* ii'ti Arm June 1t am no linger und er th care and protect.
- Apply PIANO -old or nra rr;.,. ,.. offrj _.tine 2? n PARK WrRE T ltu re rehlileice In ton of my husband Ladricket Reed, and
nne 14 Wrts Q-ltl, Guardd, *-. .'Jr. I PLAN A WOR'OWmUfL.r Senln* oill- ftirt d.se' u',"toitio Offers inulted. ihat I do not hold myself re.pons.bla at 1
C l NUT N t.,J tne 0 i,. rdl e....... ; : d ay- at *t t "; S '-i m l "WrIte C et. 71 Marine tluare -- any debt or debts contracted by him ,
teaehtng C@hrlotte s treet.--June 27 and modem pr5eesto ren t ut2 f June 0i -R---Ani --. MARY REED.
"GusT- 00 IKWARDLI fur cr . r, e Smnei beantuful GTRLo AiE o EHOLD PROPERTSe grunaon.M -, n Grrnde.
00Vls. 1.18111011 ranadln99sFORpply Syd ey e- ts, t Aply to ItDiiasad Stee






Etc.-Parlour or -tore in T ,' to tu- Con-dintepr. tqcta ot Vince --Pb 5 fro tmn oe dte
.tact Gar..a. 2 Prince S.treet -Ju 1 I SUPER MARE GUEST HOUSE, 10 am ,o p.m-J- THE P*lt. i- he notified ta _
G o o i n I Ie"x d g otii no longer responsible for any debt or
dAs U4ED BOORS. nd M:A/.IN Worthng i the Ide esd Resort In 1valey.Par___i_____u___lar Eed.'yPolneOd23r
Ap Bught. t1se4 tramp Buhit Ar:d Bd|arbado, Excellesnt sea bathing and cot- 1he bay'n lt my carw ind roItlseN
Monkaufl. t Fred ,terlck S treel t '. e i ciialne. Moden conveniences, centrally LAND FOR SALE on May 12, 11444,
WT__ WANTED *'rlTl{ thi li > U ;. IstitCI ted (Ior *buett clf uert. rr.l....or r. WILFRED MERRITT
Vi Male M r emle Ct,, ,Su .ANA e-iN r n r a servtUons. Mrs Winnie WhiNrtno, Ba- FIRT CLASS BUtlLftN SITES ava l- r oodan5 Village
prnger. Ituo F-207, iiiy.iion tai" bali. or Mr. Enstace H. Matthew. s, Mable at Petit Valley, averaye aibe 10,00t0 .. ilo 13 San FernandO.
P'eensndoi Jute 13 W iarreo Streel. Wuaodbrook -July B square feet. 12 Cents par sqtere foot. .........
MOTOR-CAB i t Tre. ta r.n.tt. SWO ET BRIAR." L'Anle MIt i. Box P-124, "Guardlan."--Jun 17. THE PUB.IC it hereby notifld I do
tlo Any muke l.,UO00 $,ilii). Allahlm Pioint Cimane. PoJly furnished 8ealde I PROVIDENCE ESTATE. Santa crlia not bold myself responsible for any debt
Phon e e CAR ,8 Mi luon eY; rOeArtO 'Phonae 869,-July a. (7d ac>k' e eltuated at La Canona one o tri det6s contacted by my wife Edna
n SECON BHAND CoII(iA t HOtitE i n TONYCROFT eUEST HOUSK Worth. mil froum La Canoa Main Road. cultivated iurgess. si e having lett my care and pro-
Ideshmakally sond Noo Jtooss le afte








a tolgood ondltlun A r. litr- Agsrtin 1-,foai l ng B arbadons. Apply Alleyne. Bryden A In co coa. tonca beans svertal hundred pn t'cil e f .r',n.i u .n,,m -..
itm. I A gpaoa. 72 Duke liPreei. or 'ilo.un s n -July d cyp and cedar trees and vae oui Irouit radClVAL *UREb h,
P. c o t213.-June 20. trees. It well watered a with a private ,t Cecilia Road,
t Wis im or.. .. co m dain g ar ned roed aetdns right up to bulldlngn. icr -Juna Is El Dorado.
S av- HOUSE WANTED riROON AND OARD priulars "Phone 35 or 472.-tune 13i THE PUB.IC Is hereby notified that
1- OUS)"WANTEDatJno17tnROOatAND SON A RD AL"nILDNt LOTS: iove,; eIevates c'an- do not holiI myself responsible far any
WaL gLnCEA~N,.S LRHOU ,S ,H IND ONAL Elt w ay'III Dnd inld i t nrgU watnr, elactricity..Appiy. ,illrine debt or debts contracted by my wIfe,
tl S WN Phn ED.. .Mrs ..C..in Pang. June 20 .ui .. ad Sing.l Ro .Wth O Cd.' M oN phSeR ESTATE. Cascade, a t he on May 2T, 1944.
pavel.- -------- ----- . Thne Miss Leo aloupe 6 1 7,-Juln 1 estate, beautiful and healthful. One lot. JAMES NIoITT,
in .1.o U1r.JRNISCEta O.USE. rout about sA Wa Ros s Villas.sTHE I June 7 5 .PUBLIC i hereby notified that I
Rhode 540. i.'oe eitit.-June *M ljuSenI Pars totel, resouable rnata. 14 I 10 ACRES COCOA. COFFEE. with LUI not responsible for any debt er debts
IoogeW lANTED TO .ABU RAob inoN in ai- ere stree t ahone d Pigeo-Juno it Iwa spr iR(ne r bert Village. Tabne1: aid contractedd dy my wIfe. Dori e are and thir,
LAbe(S Rat"v 53sr per day. Apply: Manager.In








LApplye PANOe f or in the cty. AllY Mrs. duAoIJuN ANts L27 N1P 100 RUd- arer shnei Lio not havlna bde e uder my peoted, on
Mo1PI n Ju"tneIs W A N uA e. I Princel oss No Ore neti dfrInnId... ... . .le.
COlNd MOUTS "i'RENT. Woodbcoo1, -eward COMFORTABLE COOL ROOMS with ruS Ld une Jot Db e7 Mae ua BYRON oAJADHA-,
qMaulea, M4 Frederick. '*inS 6827.-- grage. Near Country Club. 'Phone Coiars.td.-Juno te _)une cOUVL
.iCa rl. tun e. 0.4. Bachelorm prefirably.-i June 30o. fil .......une2 .- d it
Stare..- $6000 RS AbUtf NiCeL1 yURiM UPD ROOM AGEurv tMntorMrT ----3-Sangre-Grande.
onEECHA 1uroe, AmflaSn. Mlea irtlaL NCr, ANNOUNcMvNTs |p.ueuc NOTICES
greaetest flvra rstore in to IcIt. alt m o Str ct. Wee o l S.-e..Jnm U .PUSt129OTtrS
peIury. LAE c0tAN Or SreM with breef r. m0 a. M.DONALD THOMA*S INTENDING PURCAnIet oi thatI
always SISCERLLANROUS Oe iUtsTet OUSEO TtIA To le r reCo.sat l eafarea dvised
U$ke and rro S A IE Metaon R o dt.he ie atlSatiLaest In....undry cearri e on under the name ft
PuOa Bou ght E Us ed S ATOR ght cAily Wrlthtsos.Eced.--l unt 1e3, tTHin miOdrhTl SP CIALIST." H my c eo. dt pr ote ti odv nld
luse 14. OHM I*E.COOLERATO, pra"tt'ilyACCOMMODATION AVAILABLE for 'Phonea5. 755 34 Charlotte (t. not to transact any builnna without Lost
S -- new, Ator it et N. Henry Street. Paylng Ouset. Mrn. MacKy. 1 Borde Benutitul Bunglow, Lon Circuar onMultIng mf,
Rc.ADB luto -Wh-lJe ..0 o I lrieet.-Juna b. cRoad tnu .r Country C.lub) po- O. CHU MlT .
S ster thurs t? Park Sitret-June M a. B KS ITHr KIRTON, io-dJuel Mouse, feaod ................ 14.000 -.June t tPsqrt ownr).
Appy ONB RUATAN RICE MILL with alet. mall rown, t. John'A. Be rbadons. s Mot Modn freehold af une PUBLC NOTICE is hereby wive t
complete, going st a bargain 0.onsttlt a Com'modals tot" four boye S att id l ng -orey. Sadd e i Road. faching 1 0 PU BICi t o Ty e i her ane o dlbt
'P) with nhone l Ktianls re1 S south 1uay, 'Phone IS9 log, e S chol.' For partIculars y to 106r a cGuf otre ae. empt. ....... o13,00 my lwful wrfe. tlla Elder. of L i se
XCLN HAN C00)A*11 STNCR" QUEST" HOURF, Worth. IM1111 fro La;anos, Main"uy," R< 5 .> oa, cutvt ed B1119189 sh hvngoef my. car en pru o







i -. gtn-July Sppiy tn the above Address.-July & Lovely Bunoalow. O'Connor st..' Notred Ia cow under mJupott19
A, oNEW YORK Autn matic Oilyreing oreyS oNs uLye. Comfortable sd Ncy Pis i edalowan.. Bou.Ro.d. 1 -Ju.. C R TEo,
a Sll l'e tiP., leke new; One Motor, d~lY ishedl Rooca. 'Phone dfia..--Jue15 eI Stw James.owa Emp lty od -t~e en
a ninw. II Park Strot, Port.ofoSpaln.--Juig3 3 COMORTABLJE ROOM fatihropn. t Lai. Prpty...... .. ra.l $5.400. .aortas' DANCE ORCMNMTRA (8 p>lene
(e .PORTABLE TYYPWRIUR. Crb. Amertcan. U BUd Powll Street.- L ItoinwCllatert. A ria iata Cecilia R'oa d. o
|OE^ i1l Hmenr. streat.-June 13b July 3 0Uy." Poeee n ................Ch eap. ,tr, e, a ..me.---une 4
.3wave- HARSTMAN WARDROBE TRUNK. ONE BINGLE ROOM nd D trouble o Pho- ----- 'l3HE PUBLIC i hereby notified that
tyx. .Chep. NO. Ehth AVenue, Barela.furnihed with breakfastt. 'Phone f66- J. c. ALAH -MOUi ESlTATE John Simon Maroaoll hae no autslorty tO
BABY j ,5000 mo thl health Arfeo r h o eincty.Sreet. JsJ111119. at'lWl rm Svna.; o m ut R aSnJa.- m 5 gns Nsi h aig lf y bfe









I-4ing -June I ;,. June i. AGENCY iu or deal with prmi at the corne
al.-ONEo GASOLEN E MOTOR i? pump- eMis_ Si t. VIneau t Street 'Phone f 90 4 of t. g and Greav ME Streets. Chalaa
It approximately twio thousand! ge --fis Lsreo7 New Reridence, Woodbrook a0,000 to n lands of Mr.". C. Lee). a ls he
e. w ates per hMousr 5n0000. Apply it r aye ROOMS AND SOARO INa Froieold Rdenore. Two-atorey, not the owner or aent ot snmo.
Street-Ju 'Phne 6II -ue2U niMy 2.10 .








ONE rAIR SlIZD RANAt SHELTER *S ABBRCCOMDI ItEEtT Comto IAiM b 8tret............. $14.000 CARMELLA MARSHALL.
S(g aivans eroverd poutiltry house on ab"l e Snle an double nrefusi d PrperyhDul b -Joad t.BY00 Jne 1
Sekldst. lultble where permanent fowl- European and Amedrcas oly. 'Plhme 1$4 L Two Acre Land with Two-stoly"y PUBLC NOTICE Is hreby gIv t
ho~ uptthsor itn rotate from renge '.Building. immediate ossouton, PBI OIEI eey1vntn
_________________________________ aSan~ ^ Juan .0my lawful wife, Feremam Mobamed. at
to ra e on fawi farm. Holds quantity ,, sit Sotn of anda Concord. .. and 8 Tunapuna, is now under my proeetic..
nM 10.00. Apply 14 lHayes Strert,-- ..... ..' iC oa f a ocr nHEPERED M0t4AMD
Ciff rd O 0S b HOUSES FOadR RENT Tw o N I w t h ou. L .t .-June .... Cheap
CLAR0NET. BoIhm system, ondt- MODP87s ERNa UNaIE *Nel NNew 1spty Cattel Hose., Buti -ie 11. Pama.
UREAU:e tlon oc Sl~nlt, 118 Telephone 312N Plc Tcrlu. o triel D a- -.. t cas .Sah Juan ... t 500 l.UTHRAN PASTOR for Briftle Guia
LIREAU: lion excel tat. Tfcr lusam. Aelriciyand. IMwarec, sewe age NCRusiOnas l c JEmpy rLdylk omkecnatwthmme.o









Etsate. C' atauido. after 3 p.m.. Fort Read.--June sad bnath atta.ed App.y: Alban uk.-" Yungso PAve. andupC, eor o L 3d. 1 l. k to make tonteet withp m ake ,enqull es o
atl ONK KadTNC RANaOK dTOVO OM T TOVarlEnue---JUo- ___"_ "_"__ toun Av_. _n__ Cledonl_ Reed $ l._00 ato. haernt.d 79r9aoe mn ua or
n sad Upholteried Drawlng guile: One Aladdin ONc I.RUe MOIOUSM >emurtabin u ----L-- ----------O-S-- Bhorab Ktan, ?/t19. 61 EOUth . -
.0. Soa I 0i I One Perfection Oil utova. 'Phno.e airy eulthbt. o nS nurSi-g.home, at M.Ifi GiMAN TiOMAl HlaB.tell, Polnte-t'rr. '*
1t 4. l O'Connor Street. betwon lad Ide MiltuS, tt. We br St? rekt. n Alt P e .0S--47, Office IS Charlott. Jul .
ulkis. I ONa."It.S .I-_IN wRI-I WATCHmmmunsath- . .'. -. Laijucasta .. nsa. n_#_fina


=.n. 0.....Wh. Ldy'a White Gold Wrist Waleh.6 One --- .... u-,t-to.move n. 4. 0 .....
tASRSAAs a cHUD TWO-STORE? RIOU6 Just to iOi 9Aftrmdo
,I% .= (al od h...... = ( l od C n y .. ..... ......... 11T.. $1 000
tVSr. t 575 -Juone B (II ENCE. Wilson strt, S. Augu* ,. I e SOe1 D Prettleat House an Lung Cir -
S nsa.- S- dtre t Wt B Mr Mt X etbl. 1Usr& on" pection by0 Apyoltmt, RingE 14R AE. trumt euk" and. St knke-PLO"".
*Sam. lasire 54 tamkoe street. e am oop~m-Lu.. Q11 cat35. Imnsa.pus.SE V E
St.-JWM tt New. Beauty. I Warrens trut s.00 CIVIL SlRI
R. oN LEA. oB eaONEDEDOND SIX ENGINE tine- t ---a ,l-et -a ft..
at15 olmb th I g set s.n"Won. Gear Bo nsd Pulley Oitt*lo [ REAL I ATL u S l. I ots Moide n Bun: .I.ID.
WT~zW oziSO Oi". JfA U48 11e11foe statio'" narLwrkC(hessap. O *SAALE n ta M4eraRn
Bar So .--OOa IT u Do" e C0treoet. No.8-Ju . .. .e .. d1. 1. 1w.. f. 1. T! IN..I.t w1'
I PlAOAM GOOD CONDITION. ISlII... Is Voftl "' ... .... 1210
S 54.0; P ng5 Table. 53000 n H= OUSES FOR SALE u. .
&W.09; Pg- o I 5 sr Phone. 11 SVacant Hus O'Connor at $ 13.000



Ew nM.& I A~t ,s 4 rioa.-1 B, luiioti*m. w M( row i* -Jn ^ "tept "-oe aXnd O 2pp r. i sere <
IL. IN 31-KILOWA'TT Fairbanks Morms NEW LRANEMOLD BUNGALOW, i Ethroo y home6And aPor. I acre
l L &j3 m IIA. hotring St s pite bedrooms. living end dining room an all lan Petit Valleiy, Diego Mar. THE i *
CON&ern ,agn NO. N ( 0f tla. maert Garden t ty Farm 8.000
g amet _l m sr aM taw .aft ruane Stvetwt 'P e 086.taedlate List yr Iropety with LG,T. for
A.ADMY a 31 an Apl 'T hiad Gurdan '-Jue i -Jtune SPoo qniokmld~t u~ sale.
hsenSMIT, NsMill fee aopeIWOOOE"P C -4pam44Guala, "--Junse t ONE NEW BUNOALOW. ut luse0 NO SALE-NO COMMIS5IONr
tgEam----- Ifo .heoncrete. atMeNo. Wew.MainTa CO FERENCE
il'aasa" iune t quality. Ve.ry rn. tRoad. St. Jamee. a ahe Appy: CARL C RAY COMPANY
itidm Matitenats Apply a M eM is tng&oA Co., Ltd.. eratei All c/ J. T *O Store,- 1- t. V Stt Ph
B 4ett11g WO U edaJ Works. Phn esS1 6 asjut, 1o a. V in 14ywtr aP-- 0-91 f
SA A11A"' A SAW. RI UDsawRandAwith pasi. alon -.Just h311 e of house, lights. *to.
"oJaSN it e ore9Matplene lpft000. $4,50 o (1 Frond. Iagm~le SantaCruis on aour ay 17th
I Street--June 11 Ml od oesln1
R tah Strut ,ew.th LIh5 aso era, ........ $1, 3.0 will take the Choir St
pitM Mooslyd with p l ean Suit.inladle. a w EtRaTo RI BM1 .0ra. Apple; (a) Mon S IOale-Smith
e TeSo mas bla14 AIc toa s Ioss..- &l (4 l a miehpld e In Edward n truth'
CtatsaeIwo. all3611 -Jue as eWith a peet h. t()e ut Nel -u ous
Deersovr n ye od. Aretd n eo5Sr~t.la Sine, fo18..Pa 1.h 00 can.. All members of the
worth stro.lP S" main Mea

toec-tstORT o 5 P .......... i ervants ore ivited
a"; e vaeOar o Ma d tal M v. () it yom went a Prpetsi) here
Siota a i M than Ws,t. e A N oes. ,yie meLI have them Mer4.5m
'Phone .58W-Jam 'f.-Jl Ie I eS Ter.ansogi mSverywhere.il t
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-J. so of Mr. Muao.r da LlIa- d lM is5
S V~T11 between m .0.1B. and Mr. T. 68 U & ,t&. o Llita e5
MWaen ate. %tu0 to oea npavtr oel daughter of M Mrs a Pats y iS
kssoinerde nwart.-Ja 1I. of Uttil, Peusey-vana.
ENTMWAIMENiTS AND DANCES DEATHS
CAL 14 P1W 3 0j1*5.ot. HULL.-At he"r dagatero esine, 1
basi h ma taru. iak MO.- Ara StreA. O A 10 11 44. L M a
Y.5 Dese. M Ma"t; mother s of r WlrsasIs
ppeeta: ang501. ~ fg O~e-.e P~sp"aorc"als Ie. ant Mward tasi
ffi zMaese-Jm S Ml Funeral today at 4 pa.am.er the
0oo---- l o too- W house of a meaUng t oaever NMethewSl
C church Uth am se to Lapmmyem Osadep.
SLAT TO CLRIO.--Yota gday At 10. m.o 0 t.a
father of George RWaida MI. S a.
--------- -- ---Licnta. fater-rn-nse f Sal e au tLyas
gatandfathar aw of Rpr.S~ly
Wtt.W.D.); csaddifMr owr- Of, i^'se
LOST jona Lynch. Funeral at 4.51 t ,ayIo
TIC=aT -8 around oan Feruando. nano c__ 0111_ Li _1.
PlMN reltum to M. KBan or (. RodrAftu KOL GM
am temrnsade-Jume 10. ACKNOWL1O0MENT
PARS= FOUNTAIN PEN. 0D Mon. RICHAoRD.-t U wiow a nd itdrS od
day a Jum S. Minder pians *return the late Joseph Richunadt ad A t Siel
mm.brk IS Frrlk Lane., elmont.street thank all thee whse tended the
--Je. 1. funeral,N sebt wreathe, letterA and arde
Of coondoleee, or sylypathoda wiTh tMhw
PERSONAL NOTICES on their recnlt berliUeerUL
THU PUBLICt I hereby uotIAdl that I
an no onger reponslble for any debt or IN MEMORIAM
debts SeItrstlt by my wie. Via ArJue, N M RAM
she having left my home a d protect HEWITT.-In lovlng memory at ea
since May 1P. lik.i beloved Arthur Carlto aswitt. was do-
HU04INg ARJUNE,. priote taia i on a June o. 134.
--JuBn 15. Worrmn Village. One yer hau pase Sw waysn that
TUB PURLIC Is hereby noUfed that I ad day
shall not bold myself empomsble for any Whe one we loved was allied awy,
debt or debts contrated by my wife, The blow was herd, the .ock severe,
Bules Alexander, she having left my home We never thought that death wa am.
an s protaltloB s1Ma March 14, 1944. But only thoe who'v* "o ear ttll
EMANUEL ALEXANDER. The pain of parting wilthet fatawehL
-Juoe 15. Kern Trinidad Ollfelds. -h-is levlhi father, mah a "SS&
SITUATION VACANT SIMMONS--ln lovingi moy of rNw
WANTED: LADY ACCOUNTS-CLERK. Raymond, who died On June ., 1 4,
TYPIST. Shorthand not ssaentlal but On Jesus' bosom safey reat,
must have had experience with flrst class We love you bull but Jjana tove you
frm. Apply Prnonoal Manager. B.W.I. bleat.
AIrways.-Jue 11. -Mothr, oIder. brewlar.
MOTORS FR SAL PEREIRA.-In lovlaing mery at oar
MOTORS FOR SA.E dear mother. MarieA Petrr, wisho die
CHEVROLET TOUSBR. Taxed Insured,. on June 1, 1941.
One good four fair tyro&. $000. BlIney. Gene and forgottn by asce you may
8575. After 4.1Q.-June 11. be.
MERCURY uRDAN 1941. Tyres good. But utar to our memory yes always
Licensed and Insured; One Prefect, tyres will be.
like new; 1940 Buick, new tyres; Two -Her levln eon *and daultor-ln-Iw
V-5 Trucke. Ring 413T.- Juns 15. Mart nd Lita.
MAIN ODILLON.-In lovIng memory of my
MARINE QUIP NT bef e mother Suane IJOtn. who a-.
SIA GULL FRAME. Apply Port-of- parted this lIoa June 7, 1939.
Spain AquatIo C lub.-June 11. Gone but not forgotten.
FREHOLD PROPERTY. No 29 ChMrie -r er' lVnn dau ghter 4 seI-Islaw.
Street. Price 4,800.00 or nearest offer. GOODRIODGE.-I memory *1 Ove
Knox. 'Phone 0226.-June I1. Goodrldge.
PROPERTIES FOR SALE One year hase passed aie that end day
When one we loved wo coited way,
LANDS FOR SALE God took her home. It wa t*il i wl.
LOT O LAND 75 x 1751 at Diego Mar. But In our hearts she hUvth still.
tin Main Road (near Crystal Stream -Her loving *n & daughter.
Roadi. Ideal for bulldinl. Price $2,500.00 HOMER.-In Iloving memory of aour bo-
or nearest offer. Knox, 'Phone 0226.-- loved ried and t.eaher. Clare anr.
June 15. wovdeprted lifeaeC Juneow.
10 ACRES (MORE OR LESI) at Mar.- who departed twlif am Oi Jn8,l1%2&
eas Road. miles from St. Joseph RaIl. I "To ve In earts we nleav behide
is not to dle."
way Station (4th Bridge) bounding on Fo nt end pull. th
one ld* with Marocas River with a small -From staffaind puials of
building thereoo,. Ideal hullding site. Sagre rnea GovMrnfment S~-o.
Price 132,400.00 or nearest iffer. Knox. RAGBIR.-Il Ioving meonMey @a my
'Phone 5232.-June 15. dear husband, John Klendrick Rogi
BUILDING LOTS 0o x 100. Santa Crux (ten), wo passed away on the th June,
Old Road. 01.000 per lot. Apply Robert 1940.
Manslngh, Cros Crosalng.-Juno 11. a-ecaeful be thy reit, dear Eec,
-- *Tie sweet to breUathe tlhy naME
HOUISE FOR ALE In lie I* loved you dearly.
POS8EMION OF ALL THAT LOVELY In death I do the same.
Two-Storey Residence at No. TO7 Seventh Days of sadnesu still come over e,
Street, Barataria. $l,000.30: No. 28 hidden tears so often flow:
Mayler street 54,00.00. Dial 4218- Memory keeps you always near me
4219. urnott.-Jun 22. Although you left four year asp.
HOUSE at No. 3 STONE STREET,. .. The blow was heavy, the sock u seVe.
jam". 2.1 0.00. Apply B. Darbeau. Little did I know death wasJ o M.
abtra Main Ro4ued. Tnbapuna. 'Phone Onl those who have let A tfll
14T.-JuM S15. hli pain of parting whtt p.
FOR SALE: COMPLETELY F rUl- -3 a s Vg .eSA.
WISHED BUNOALOW situated at "anta ........
Maririte." OOcupancy July I. Apply S AMPSON --Ine r Stv remeMbes
Agoatni Brotemr. LIL.-Jon i s o ofr i rnothe Ceclia sasn Ia rs
58 ROSALINDO TRET-Las*holdt. who departed thbi lWOe ORJues. 5-6
Oppolsite lefrt square. atr" in writing It's now raven yaar n* you Sa
Inlted up to JunM 0. Writs q-10 "GOuar-, goodbye,.
dlan. "-June 2. l ulave anlwMred we1n yourinmm wu
40 ALFREDO ITRET. Empty. Cheup. called for OnIs tat of ret S
Sust be"a rMovsted and patintled. Louis OB high.
Gilman Thoma. 39 Charlotte.-June 10. JA mother you were sSea le a"d kind
-- What wonderful memory you-lhave leit
RADIO A REFRIGERATORS behind.
R.C.A. RADIO FOR SALE. LIouis Long days an4 ightS ou bind boom
Gilman Thomas.-June 10. your Pin.
R.C.A. 9 TUBE RADIO. Cill'%t United If love And car wliddeath prevent.
Radio Service, Tuoapunia Rood. Tunapuna. Thy days on earth would stIU be spent.
--June 11. Eternal rest was buat fur you. ad
-- I motor.
MISCELLANEOUS SALES -Her children and rsmfdHdam.
50.00' ENDS LOCAL WOOD-all amles.- OITTENS.-In affetloeate memory II
Portl n suitable for building pens, etc. ... -.lsEwr .it-.
To per foot. 1, Abercromby Street.-- C o sl.it aIwar s b e etMemitd.
June 21. *2 .A 0 famis.
ELECTRIC STOVIE. FOR SALE. Lou u is
Iilman Thoman.-June IS. ------
1 PRAMS FOR SALE. Loul Oilman
Thomas.-Juna 10.
STRONG FIRE-PROOF IRON BArT. F r ,
Thre Shelves. Double Lock. 'Phon7 104. Q TA TJ(
--June It. A 4- TI(/
ONE 127 REPRX CAMERA with two
roll of fino: One 127T Canden Camera -
with one roll of film. Call 88 Frederick
street (upateire).-Junte 15.. .
1 TRICYCLE (CHILD'S). 'Phone 519. 28?9l
11 Kltciener stret.-June 11. P E -iS jEV IEAl
SPRING FILLED MATTRESSUI tor-
SIngle and Double Beds. o Frederick ,v ii e
atrst.--Juo 15. TODAY, JUNE' O
LIVESTOCK GENERAL
4 MILCH COWLS. Two (Holsteln Stock)
tech with calf at t foot. One (local stock) *
with calf and one* out sevon months t oI
Calf. sal at the Pon of Mr. Joseph Lee,
shopkeeper at lore Villae, Prince Town. Forty (40) Ysrds Girls' Ro
at Twelve 'orlock by Laonel L ainkla, t ME (80) YRds. MLM
Auctionoer.-JUOe 15.
TWO GOATS AND K D Grade Alpine. Pti.in Up ObectSD. 3W I
23 Cornmlo Strest.-June 15. Forty (40) YladS. 0 1.
-- ,wlnunt t under w twm-!
POULTRY AND SUPPLIES Snml iAnd, T lst
HOMER PlmONS and Pekin Ducks. FortW (40) YUW 1f S
'Phone 442.-June s. Sixty (00) Tsrds 3R4 Al
I PULLETS. oocm nREL 4- months. One Hundred (100) YT dS
Danced Plymeouth Rock Panks, Edmund WAxY (00 Yards M13"od
iphlU. Upper IrvIng Street, Poit Bourg. (U) Medle. ]
.an .un.un. I Pillow Ptht. (12s).
HOUSES FOR RNT Divlnt. Op
NEW U1uRMSiO BUNOALOW, Dvn Pe
at. Margarita, t. Augistine. All con- Greasy Pols.
veiene. 540 remotal. Q-107 c/o "'Guar- THE CABARET. AMATIUR
dim."-4uno 1.1 A3R 5A CU 1
SUSINESS AWNOUNCEMINT
POSTAOO JTAMPI. all kinds, brought. TO N
sold and oxcha *d. Wast India t amp
Company, 11 S Cono street, Wood- Grand KI I.
brook. 'Phon aeSM.-June 33.

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Will School Mates throughout the CoIU.T

explain to their pupils THE KVER-GROW*^|
ING NEEDS OF THE RED CROSS
The Collection Box in Frederick S t

outside Stephens Ltd., can easily e I
with pennies. Let eur children feel Pre

of" doing IH o n. The ConMir

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SALE
)ean. Street,
Augustine,
SATURDAY, 15TH .IWM
L6 P.M.
Instructed. R. A. SlMi.
we wV sell ll hl good aic
R Household FurUtiL
Pair Cyp Single Beds,
Mattresses Cyp Lady'O
Oreser and Stool, Long
C 8Stand, Cyp Gents'
Pnted p lady's u
Belt per. Round Heing
Orl. urnl PressoC
por Cheat, Mrrored Ue1
_H p cyp Ding
k twed Chin, Cyp
i Dinner Service. ipqd
Silver Tea Spoons and
Thrmos Jug, Thermos
l FIl asks Cyp Tea Tt|
Plat-glass Shelves, t
uaOl Gss, Uver Inlsi4
Touser, Single Ik
Morris Settee and


Viat Olem Doora.
WU*. Wf r;Uj-o ,
Alarm Clock, Chrome
Portable Phonograph
Pion 'onr set and II1
nSinf sewing Ma 0
pOf Range, Me=tM.C
odt =Scale and We
Alum. Kitchen Wars,
ose. Garden Toob, 5
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