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Trinidad guardian
Added title page title:
Sunday guardian
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Trinidad Pub. Co. Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Port of Spain, Trinidad
Publication Date:


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


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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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ltuf - ABZ3083
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* C9. L" I No. 8143. 27TH YEA



ied Parachute Troops Cut Nazi Communicatiol

Cherbourg Port With Capture Of Ste. Mere-Eglii

Gets First
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wese Lose

Mew Guinea June 9
a Douglas MacAr-
i boribers sank four
We off Mangkwirl,
Oiutea, it was an-
Sreported that a
was damaged. A
i destroyer fled.
i wre credited with
ma.y attempt to
a Bak1 garrison on
POn the cruiser and
il k place in Geel-
.n ce to which is
and other Schou-
x enemy fighters
Event the b ber
down three Ame-
Ut*htninga escorting
kS|troyed five Ja-
ta that American
.M eked Truk, We-
tfoor Island In


SLJune 9 (AP) -
E-- announced the

U.S. To House 1,00M
War Refugees
(AP)-Mr. Roosevelt said I
that 1.000 European wai
fugees would be brought to
country and housed in U
States military establishr
at Newark.
The President said
these refugees would bebro
Into this country outside
regular immigration proceed
lust as civilian interneesI
Latin American countries
prisoners of war are bro

Germans Lo
2 Destroyers

June 9 (AP) -- The Oerman
naval thrust at the Allied In
sea line has been beaten
eight British. Canadian, an
lish destroyers which blew u
CGrman destroyer, ran a
aground and scored direct h
another sighted off Ushant.
quarters nnouneed today.
A second Allied naval fore
der the command of Rear-Ac
Don Pardee Moon. U.S.N.,
cepted a force of at least 40 h
armed enemv light craft and
them off.
Presumably In another bi
lated action # AAmerlcan desi
was amont the first naval los
th inna on coast. It was
closed by SHAX.F. tSu
HadquaJters of th Allied E
t Oary Foe) that the ship

1104whe hit Wv repenefl
from eRmmunMn inland batteries
the dstroyer's guns were cl
the beach for the landings.
L0N.3ff, Jane I (AP).
omunemnt anounmed tonum
toui in war ftk ratesM
s-.ev o tam tir o the
1MU'l toter donlsO tbo

invasionPhoto. Nw Phase Caged Pigeons DroppF rterdru
_ .Ne Phase-- ____ -- ----..--------,|
I Photos New Phase For Use Of Patriots s
m~fSS^e ^ae ^" lsenhwer 1Further Gains Made`
LONDON. June 9,(AP).-The I
]B In Air Blows pigeons' tncag n Calls French Past Fallen Bayeux
B^^^^ -- ^ ^ I I--*o---- dropped by parachute with In--- -- m
SAerial Attacks Spread structiona to peoplI to send Supreme Chief
ethem b mck with detailed Intonyn Heavy Fightin
iH i In Great Arc Behind .thmbkw a Says Liberation I1 y l lln
i / __rn l l e adns maoton of Oerman installations. Day Davwn .
ijB ii -^ | Allied Landings Millions of leaflets inciting lPaR DaWnR A D IO-
LO June a (Retr). A peopltae to botage and espon- R HA ARR A SUPRM HEADQUARTERS ALLIED XP ONAY OJune
M li phase is developing e pat- age are also bing dropped, it LNXI DIARJ A -e10 (AP Flying waves o parachutists and Infantry ha ut
new phaseisde vtern of the Allied a tir assaults. d d .. ___ Jun 9 (Ret er) General Dwiuht the main German communications lines to the potentially great Alt-
S/ tho the alttiacks are a OW Eisenhower as issued the f o'low ngs port of OhTrbourg by capturing the town of te. Mere-- a
i' ltW.,,K Ispreading in a great arc behind Procl mat Tlag r ion, t.o th.._people o speeding on across the road-gauge cherbturg peninsulal railway and,
,.the area of the Allied landings.e 'an. which has been dropped on thle par., l highway in heavy fighting, Supreme Headqutarb 6all
Last night. R.AP. Halifaxes and nonem-hld rea adopdty.u
.... : ', Lancasters played a major part in In areas liberated by the Allied nounced today.

They... le through.... 4,],sr eabe Ora el uel etee' a ~ HI
tishi o tofaensrvea. rai nYtoattacugh fI e T es: o F The communique Issued shortly -
h ee cloud and heavy in t t l e r I after midnight gave these addition- o hi I
....'N ". -| r'-o d "nane---'t-th the Ruia ataThe day of l=biation has dawn. alr portions in reporting the fo Frt ench QUisl.ng
k;y rail centres southwest and west d ed. Yourl comrades In arms are dayfthetAi Pednvaions ofore an-B ayeuxHn.
of the fighting area. one of the on French soil. I am proud to nvon o Nor- I Byux Hunted
Lancaster squadrons carried 12 000 pAn o have under my command the gal urer Allied gains haveb . -
p e pee "on der e thi the mainsleptraiwAerunsmutFi n a he w est and othwe st r o en LONDON. June 9(AP)
pondersfneae&deprailwaycuttngdfocsfrerw cap- l Violence htas already broken ou
epnotsea anettoleamnr inni st yRUSSELL LANDST RM long trained and waited for this tured Baye" ty fighting con- a n ratn
bombuies dapp teatainside the L Od. when they can take part inuea in all areasihtingis e aa collaboration
a oms ci o rng.t, announced today ank offensive Inhe liertionof their home courted int area of Caen where ted L Syux whre a hU1
cutig ty U ied we c met stle o is un e wa foro^ T~ ^ TP srM ^ pl c ifednn 1"
t they pret ldstaeofm tghe fthe lowhich the Russians areattackingta" t wt l he omied ar o, t e loeanaare main the u ininiteraoys, i or n mU-s i. -
Atg. the prailwaystageofthSa figh in the last sector but did not con- battlied do the war you have (fiort to stop the Brftish-Ctuladia epanrtsai dtobaty.

ing. thew al wan y&sq atd arh T thaef Rrci niGe an r o het s of itel o s i y through ears advance th e weight of armour one Bea ar
vitally important to the < trmans firthm mant r pport of yestesd yfn lst borntresistance. both sides Is Increasing numerous It was repord

.for getting reinforc.... Oerman communique ad "We shall destroy the Nazi t- e m r Bayeu | i rcagn Frn It/'.
SGsupplies up to the battle area pe A t launched RusThi. Germans therattackves rannye d their country will Iothat trongpoints originally b- Vcea c til
UPEME ALLIED HEAD- northwest of last failed yesterttoday the peop'ves of Europe navpaCONTINUIed have now been eliminated ruhe r tos
QUo concentrated that the .-Alliedrs by mos cow Berincomated that the Russin "It wll birth for h French people .ather has deteriorated, but -thhs--Osan
wer bow u amot s as ~plying that the Soviet stroke was "As Supreme Commander of t' the beachhtis are being developed wet ith ythipsondsicksmand.la

w' aircraft kept ladup their disrupt tive lhad seized thane iniother local Allied Expeditionary Force, ihel st eadily theomemunq er u LONDON June e oieuter).
J A b~l.omyinmMosquent oe aere man posit steadily moving thei po s imtsedt on me toe dutagard re cut air activity to a moon amum;i glo-teernch c ll aort iot
oenln tg e th n asrin rance o ed desptn D.N.B. commtrength of the O ermanst Von ponsibilitv ofe eectlv main tenance guc tn ans on all vweremeasuresilt British, Canadian and Polisht r a sn
ce^'-; -" .... hhamps bereing we her Reports rom and the dsadvanta"Yes fighting essential order. Membersecu'. of the dsectors- blew up aGerman quietl- tl

m WsW ^' ^ rll B Switserland teeing of hn'ge forma-[ terrain,'.. French Military, Mission attached[ The Germans said the Americans uvi, 1 11' 2 I^ 'YL L^n?' JS?
-' ... ^ ----b lwtlons i nvhas en G oimany from thai British despatches from 8witier-] t me rwil furnish at distance oe fg tgd advanced another mile beyond S ''i.s ,ii K u."atlQ^ t", ,,d
' -" "" -.. .IB1,1- |SOUth Indtcate.d that grest Allied land reported growing uneasiness fn1'1 a"3 iSte Mcre-Eglise which is 18 miles| tonai; y Ti~v sde^ ^ oo.Bvel'r
the dayal pincers were orland ncth of asi petered out sooner war. Prompt obedience toe troner, ran another aground dam- e t of theCherbour and antl.

|swinging into action by daylight. Germars' aooarenttInab~llltv ," fle ow the millions who have fought[ mated that tihe secondary rcelsl ^ n" . 9 ,c'.' . .,,. .
New Zealand squaid formations coup than the Russian attacks of the orders as I may Issuer ristances left to therl NaiJs n the poi U sulalnet_. ean oer rs i.t c
S -e tonUon inc the ighourh~odl t~he Prime rlanir .l _t sue our S rms. othe Brittado Peninsula before dawndht t, he Aie l. weaders
trains, bombed railway stations, previous ..ays were r:'pelled. At ARM OVALOFuha detloyloFheriday;"_o_,American-led
.rodanbrde.few places the Soviets yesterday REOALOesJLIG ttridyer force In merictdan-lred-
W.ro, repeated their thrusts against Ger- "All persons must .continueinthedetoyer forcedittGerepedan f o

These man lines repor ade no m but used only minor performance of their present du-ci ift and d ove them off the i..
eifor'cswfthout tank support, All Ofties unless otherwise instructed bechhead area in the vici piteysof

t to reach T wr Aled airbornuptive Bombardment these atperation last militacksrily wdere again repelled Those who have made common la
The German communique sad cause with the enemy and so be- A ndnS nde
by GLADWIN HILL repeated Russiain counter-attacks trayed their country will I re- Lowest O a

.....t SUPREME ALLIED HEAD- nor thwest o Ite" failed y yesterday. movedng. "oCONTINUING GAIYN men y c" t
QUARTE June 9 AP)-Allied Moscow intimated that the Russians It will be for the French people .. ...
t tamcraft kept up their disruptive had seized the Initiative there to provide their own civil admin- A cautious commun'qt e issued LONDON, June e* teuter)-4Au.
bombardment of German positions steadily improving their positions istration, and to safeguard yon Prida, ,ti,- tly before noon had glo-et. ner"caa a ping lostS e s0

New York on Wednesday and the ln s in Prance despite despite the strength of the Germans troops by the effective, maintenance announced continuing gains on all a. r were oy far troyed tloayt W
i ate hampering we her. Reports from and the disadvantages of the of law and order. Membe f Mr lI thl other ounew was
.pnSwitzerland teiing of hge forma- terrain. French Military Mission attached The Germans said the Americans oivul in the iast, statement on

tions invading Germany from the British dispatches from Switzer t e will furnish assistance to od advanced another mmile beyond trl-uumaline uliatlon Isuedi
South indicated that great Allied land reported growing uneasinesst r.isls tonnt by ...i.de...e.lt and
arial pincers were once more in Rumania resulting from the T he va ofutrrate esacr. outs tCherbourcg, and inti Mr. thurcIai.

i nto action by daylight. Germans' apparent inability to r- the nr orestishet ated that the secondary rois Allied losses s havo factbo
Swis dispatches said formations coup In the Iasi sector and reportshaver theleann weroll ean W left tod the NaziseIn the ll i' sua 2 c th, an those ulastco otnT toN

S. from Italy caused from Axis sources said Antonescu, hM the success of our arms, blocked by Allied aovthutm whr t t h t mi. er oftsa wa
SI ithe neighbor urhood the P rime Minister, might be fored Th re th eney the enm said were opert pain g Inm i the amrs oa n.

inl s ri by .. y p a. mIe.- every^ onde Rou In ,ONDaN, Jwuft seven-,e-se presence aof alho enemd rea sill I --
a thps tnap nlntt d T incea thhheofe -TosHungarian authorities wleth Winv Rli an o the C anad been"4anditherlal -tn th.-w---
r made no mention of scraped the bottom of the barrel andaod naval operations mad a wsmtal spur rrAlway. s oth.. the t_
Operations last militarily by ordering the mobilize. which have causeyouHlos and The Areriuins, commanded, o atod nsatWhe oat, te P- at
takenu ondra re nenight.wsrof the last potential effectves. suffering. This oeptedieut-Genral Omar Br-ley,who aystwhicnsdaeperi

i-teU. ..n 4..a.e tour the exsl sion Ieerhtader feisere2 g lot se vg ta aeralo -bo

E nirtac-k ( APh w re N or,,. )_ ard hs ee .. . . t r,,of P a ne as | vartry wn fd rthane lber -| hwu roff.A selh Ah r e t e
wi tr th eeire tlet re-N INe P ro he r pe ssthPAtemp e achf U- oa ath e dporta ono,
toLodo b fstcorir trr~our goal which is our Ie-rLASE TURN TO PAGE1 5. -COL.. 41 siderable amount of shlpi e

,Pl nes etarre ieto it errb prnoe nddom. fore bI ea ong destroyed, todC y Ita- .
Ne r kTanWenSdTa nd"Every resour r e will be require -d the other wat r around.
it, mmediatlypu n at o ~ f oe nasitse-ieds oan expass or/ ttheaexpulsion ofthe moenemtadW ate

.................. se Tr p.er dratsetds Aned c-------- --i
plane for Trinidad.Received fromyour conty The battle of tne t h m ercha
pugh by thea"Gusrdian* at 7J6 last may Inlict onI you further depriva-InDoverStraits Pwres sentRoosevbotto m d.

night, they were processed. Cat I S ir, tion. Yu l t e t il erealia othat muni- Cveurohil Proe side t hs ld 1ooe l. d
-pone and ready fothi morn .-=, ~ osg_.a ~e z ... hc hyws olv

80EA S ChnCohfurchill sr it h stit hit oud a
lnrce am o ve of the ohi sriv tions of war must come first, but L.ONDON June 9 tAP). Some*tiscribed to the vigil and relentless*

ings paper by 9 pm. Pi- everaa endeavour will be made to of the worst weather of the ino attacks, which the Anlo- A
turehabToe ase: Topening.wbe t- E4brin to you assistance that you vasion week prevailed in the Canadian and other anti-U-boaI

te r ias Tay, gun g to u th e t oihew aoheWr ely- o ot osStraitsro of Dover with rain, r-olling forces c Iu i . ,I
th rna hus toff thea N tom oc an p yu a e t ne d Wo rstabmeInto ssea and white-capped breakers u it d l ing h stienti W
latest lnd ; n a trightr an fp crushing of Hitlerite er- pounding the beaches Low clouds suppoted ther in a b.rillian man.

Ai w It r logctafut 6 eitreat tol avo id1 chosen hv ofl thaend w th tr aE-e ,stabs h ent ofR andL mf mv
S nothetofn Frenchistoric French liberties. When and the barometer fell to a 2 T it was the frst reference
shore; bottom, U.S. troops By NOLAND NORGAARD p tory is w on and France is liber- hour low. A stron southwesterly nthel monthly review of the U-boat
waethrough surf under cover ROME. June 0 (AP) Fifth Army troops, racing after the.~ re-~ ated from her oppressor, the wind continued and the tempera. warfare, to the part Scientists WeM

tf naval hunfire to make the 5 eating. Germans captured Vit erbo prize roandraln co 4 red dil re il free to chooseure fell to 2. playingIn the campaign
irst landings Atneo ft. the miles northwest of Rome. in a swift seven m e dash today and also u te ner lesta osbe momedbnth
t r a rians cuads at m eseil eTarquindanearte coast mies aboe assRome.stins th o mntr
rpt Amtrooperican casualy unrtd tee oratcmenthosndc
'pl sneYigh arriving backIt There was no signm that |the Nazil- ..n which the twish to n rlive.o i Bk l T,
A /wtnenotsuW.ma, i eneralle) command- has been able to reo.t y "The enemy will fight with the

se n UB-G lwand fa gortes f an ise the fl eeing remnants of the aco Badolo aurlage of despair. Hel wila tnelet I-

|Myaltkyda, that ewo C ant othe M puob/|ue V.S homeaydan Attraace-k ros.H artonx wto 8form a mon cequ admted hI ocnve hetil warm I1 ,.isMm=r>TN q-nn ak 14he thinksntmayrdie' suourieprogress A NING & CO., LTD.

..... ... ... a det erin e Mtn d ,T Bonw tmHe yter a dy b t h i s kt s maynd our tpr ogres
., av.,./yder wmles ton tht no y eat l '1thad TenStnhG Armies uffi e /nt n... %Ba.l o ma r asu r. owevt e t whic he in i ,u .. T !g
S- odee t Allied T Isadvanc ealsom enveloped0' T, Bute our cause Is just, our armiesen ,i

lihtone se -a- abot dai.S N UIIWB sinAleArmt a, Nas tn, wree ati TEP REMnIE T

... re --- Pat-a* |hiMv Ju|nf A1)- tomatis of. by| cr.wd* --ut m cany Caot/r Genra Clrk wI derT arJA iS1*?? i"u^ ^.a m
-trals, on the lateral road are strong. With our advalianto Rte

o P s MI, an d b tie NI ln.A i es 5om aph A Eat edwe sh,.ld thE o",meR of avoy -or - ... .. 1 !
te T.---oday earlier announced t revacuati.ondy tw 1montr Ul l ,, ,
r on SOUTHEta andAai St sA nrea pofa maereal ereu dlid said it eati l
0 SO A AA H Q uA arhad withdrawn north of!-ench Pope Praises Allied

ied TERS, Kandy. June 9 (Reutr). athe town. So rald .lwas he drive N rED.ARD KENNEDI r
tents Chinese forces havm e captured the above Rome thattheOSGerman i a Juned eg Ro
forces guarding the Adriatic sec- F.vanoe Bonomi. who was 11g.,. .W
that town of Lungling, aot10Mlstras ea ortett vi chosen head Of the new Italian, ROME, June 8 (AP).--Cincral
ought southeast of Myitkyint. encirclement by Allied troops roll- Government. was a hunted man up Mark Clark revealed today that I UiA
ue, en the Mogaung Valley, Chin- ing forward along the entire Ital- to five days ago, sin from house the Pope expressed to hint great.

S.the i i Wan front. f tel to house, somei"e 'In disguise. eat satisfaction over the Wathe
f o' tro hav made an Sinct e cracking the last Naier d A member of an old Italian Al1ied authorities had taken hold.
"" an inteo dthe IChineent not con fences ot fR ome a ndodrivng a ~is PartyBnotr ws Prme f Whe f eedig froblm stncethe
i trol most of the hills eaut of Mo through Italy's capital, Generalrn Minister in the spring of 1930, one occupation o rtumne by Fifth Army

gaig & w .M r lark' d a cd untwln fa sue ssonf s ot vd G v ropslP~ =, m. He sai the P--- ff h
h i Japandsthave retogeatedther coard havebe i so ve loalit et cm enduring the turbulent been greatly concerned-about .
down the road that runs&Sfron Ko- roughly 15 miles daily And an still period immediately preceding Fee. chaotic conditions which might ii
iseg with the simultaneous drive up the keep contact with the enemy. How He lived In obscurity for the 20 concern had been removed by the
road rmIphal,hareud the long sc rapid ad-ance Will be years Of the Fascist regIme. not efficiency oR food administration
Japanese hold on a stretch of this kept up as supply lines stretched molested but prevented from tak- and the way officers were co- PR3TL 16
vital~highway to about 65 miles. wa" problematicl. in part in Pltcs by his refusal operating with the Vatioan's relief PRBTL oV
In northern Buirma. General Jo- Losss of men and equipment in to join the Fascist party,. agets. -
sep Silel'sfocesbeiein te as moth jh g aebenfr Marshal' Badoglio's arrival General Clark said that the Pope ,h g o
eyi tkilawehave wonceanod"ther p astimnthsuch a heavydrson eenefrane conversations to form the requested him to convey his warm-
Mytyn. aewn nte ps-sc ahaydrmo enrlnwGovernment 1:tre, the est regards and best wishes to me
tS AL- tion inside the town and the Brit- IKesslringsg two armies that Rtome Committee okeia firm President Roosevelt. r rhw at n
4DRCE. ish Chindita have taken a village there Is little c h2a 6 that they stand against hisa continuance as He said that he had done so intouC~lE
as first thirf miles to the northeast, could be stabilisfed. 5OUW of the Prime Minister, and demanded an official c~abie to the TOresident.
vainPisa-Florence-Riinini line without an entirely anti-Fascist Cabinet General Clark, who d11esried his= 1 CochleA lasl bs Treikal His
off by ~~~~~~~heavy reinforcements. In view 0. headed by Bonoini. Count Sforsa, rvt neve ihtePn hownotoswI
~id P artisandstsme heIvainCrc adohe rasaci h an inspiring experiences dBea A N4N111NG'Sl $*"'Water
PriasMurder of northern France and at the had entered the Badoglio Govern- that His Holinesssaoke with great $slmi e of em r ~
same tim4.insMet the threat of Alatmet In Salerno two monthsago", warmth of the Unl tad8ttes. call-
.1~z Jap Attache new Russian offenskive It is hardly aupporteA them. hruo-ao.in~taIeuiu istt LBCCT

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ipped Againet Jail Sentence

Ows" a ,M 802 ow*IMIda
uopim usata &ai a t A smar elt is W l 7 -

-tt a t retay lapsing s hMB brMW. &a

Ledd .Sir Harry Luke
Of a THwomul
-,.f --s- s To Go Home

0 eas was stated to have
n M=mitted bortlv alter a
dl feud which ended in court
With an imposition of a fine on
,MhaMrat and a waninE by the
mawtotrate that he would Inflict
a oraM term on any Of the par-
te gaa-t whom a subMseuent
ehM o nlaid and iwIOvod.
mbral contended Mtu the
weundina accusation had not been
atIsfactorily proved and further
that the ofonce did not warrant a
Prison ternm. He asked the court
to after the lal sentence to a
,fine In view of his nrevloua clean
record and the fact that he was a
hard working mar,.
The court upheld the decision
of the magLstrai and dismissed
the asopeal
Mr. C. T W Z. Worriell. acting
Sollcltor-Oeneral. appeared on
behalf of the respondent, Police
Constable A/dwin Parker.

Red Cross Collect
$1,115 In April
Collection by Brl i Red Cross
Society Donations dub-Committee
reached a total of $1,115. 60 during
the month of April.
Port-of-Spain district, headed by
Mrs. A. B. Skinner, turned In $901.
the remainder, $214.60, coming
from Chlgutmnas.
The list of collections as fl-
Long Circular Read ......... 1. 1 o
a'. Jamn s .. ............26....... 24
Mism M. Clark.
Z l Ument l3 L2d ....... 3.. 32.0
Mns. Lambt:l
U"Ntm e' Ctr West A6 *.1
Mr. J Pollonl-s-Blok 20 ....... 14,76
Mrs. N. tt-Lowr t,. Clair 59.38
Ms. Ra mkeesoon- felmont ...... 2 .00
Mrs It. Farrell:
Calsde ud Belamoct ......... 37 01
Mrs RaN. impson-Maraval
Mns. Wet? ................, 15.26
Mrs. arowli'a ..........*.. 2.1a
Mnr. I'. Stodlsrt .,... n .'x1
Mrs.I. O1.do ..-., 6.20
wrir. Browne 21.00
Mrs. Roy Wilton ....... 43 10O
Mrs. W. Gordon 64.... .
Mil D. Van Buren-- Blck IS 82 .*0
F. nagD-.g WoondbroO ., 31 O,
Mrs. C Roks-Newtown ........... 7504
Mrs. Purvis:
Frelerlc street .. ... ....... ll0,2
Trinidad iTrlding C -., Ltd. 39,2
Mrs. Birch-t. Ann's ... 4... 4638
Mrs. C A.. Child:
Ady Chane:lor Rtoad ,. 65..
Ut. T, 5t' -isBae of PaintIng 1,72
Bali'.tori Scott A Co., Ltd. 642

Port-f-spailn total ..................
(Mr. 0. Hutthflnti)
Labourfr&--Alla eiltate Socrtlofl
Jer"inltxam Juntiotn
soctlon ,
M perverstco (Northi
Persever'-n* iSouth)
ctlion .... .....
w T odd'l o ... ..d
W(olfnrd lode
S irsectory and Malchne
n Small *anm I.rg.
SuMt. taffB--W(Kt LtAboun -Ch&luanm L0 o a 11
loteard board ....
It Vast st*At
ywMM V~i> b~u,
(. IBMo" .
T.i't1tA W nirtim Lt.
Bestist-C"Isusas Vsuie...

w and total .. .................


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The "Trinidad Ouardian" under.
atgs that r Ram Loa, chit
represotaUv of the Br te com-
eil n the west Indle, who re-
turned here on Wedesday from a
month's visit to the Leewr 1I
Islands. I expected to visit ing-
lad In the near future on offials
Sir Harrv delivered a broadcast
talk last night in connection with
the Akbar Exhibition. ore-lsed Geseral Dwight Ebeagbs g, S.
by the British Council, wich is Ru inm theatre Ib(ha In .me
to be officially opened at the f 9we Day t paratres sefe
India Club. at 5 p.m. today by they beard Utheir airplanes far
His Excellency the Acting Gov- Of France on June 6. He *.k
emrnor. Sir Harry will speak at the nothing eli

Tobago'Bus Service Rain Prevents

Proposals Approved Corpus Christi
Government has accepted in Procession
principle the proposals of the T:-. r oeesslon
nidad Goveroment Rallway to In-
stitute a Tob.go 'Bus Service, the -"
"Trinidad Guardian', yesterday One of the irgtest crowds ever
learned from reliable source, to turn out in the city for Corpusi
Government's reply to the railway Christi, was disappointed on Thurs-
authoritlep, it is understood, will be day when heavy rains caused the
considered at the meeting of the Marine Square procession to be
Railway Advisory Board on Thurs- abandoned.
day, June 15. For the first time In many ycrs
It is stated that In anticipation the opan-air altar situated as usual
of Government's decision, the rail- on Abercromby Street,eand at which
way made all possible preparations the Blessed Sacrament is given,
to establish a limited service In was not used.
view of the great need for such a Inside the Cathedral, however,
service 'n Tobgo. there was a miniature procession
The Transport Emergency Board, with priests, acolytes and girls con.
It is understood, wrote the railway veying baskets with flowers, and a
authorities some time ago asking group of men marching both in
for an early decision on sthe matter the front and to the rear of His
as otherwise applications for tyres Grace, the Archbishop, the Most
by private owners in Toba ro would Rev. Dr. Pinbar Ryan.
be deferred. It was, however, stated Special Items were rendered by
yesterday that while awaiting Gov- the choir and Miss Petra Henry
emment's decision the board Issued sang the "Ave Verum," The Rev. Fr.
tyres t private 'bus owners in To- S. P. Casey conducted the choir,
e _o. while 1!r. Allan Carr played the
organ. From their shelter under gal-
ir T series in the vicinity hundreds
. uppyutcers joined in the singing while the
W Supply Officers i tin e Blessed Sacra-
For U.S. Parley meant wasgiven.

Mr. L Spence, Secretary of the
Control Board, will be leaving the
Colony in a few days for New York
to attend a conference of West
Inaian Supply Officers.
The conference, Mr Spence told
the "Trinidad Guardian." would not
last for more tiin a week.

South To Hold

Soldier Week
Trinidad Guardian Correspondent
dh eaib d church parade at .,30
am. will open "SOdier Week" tin
aid o t he Welfare fund of the
South Caribbean Forces on Sun-
day, June 18,
The- parade will be attended by
troop detachments from surround-
ing areas, assisted by members of
Red oross organizations, Boy Scouts,
Girl Guides, Special Police, A.T.S.,
Volunteer Fire Brigade, and Regu-
lar Police,
Other Itemns for the occasion in-
clude a sale of flags on Monday,
June 19. a show on the following
day, a Parcels Evening followed by
a dance on Wednesday, and a va-
riety entertainment at the Drill
Hall he:e on Thursday.
Another cinema show will be fol-
lowed by calypso singing on Friday
and a grand bazaar and military
display at the Drill Hall together
with a dance by the committee on
the concluding day.

Trinidad Guardian Correspondent
SAN FERNANDO, June 9.-Des-
pite threatening weather the Cor-
pus Christi procession here yester-
day morning went on uninterrupted
by rain. Immediately after cele-
brants returned to the church and
benediction was given there was a
heavy downpour.
The ceremony which was impres-
sive with about 1,000 Catholics at-
tcedlng opened at 7.30 o'clock with
a solemn high mass at which the
Rev. Father Sebastien Weber, the
parish priest, officiated.
Fr. Maurus Maingot and Fr.
Wlllibrodt acted es deacon and sub.
deacon respeotlvely, pr. Williams
being master af eevemofnl.
Ivamedfately following the mass,
the procession formed and proceed-
ed around Harris Promenade, with
the Very Rev. Father Weber carry-
ing the Blessed sacramuent under a
canopy borne by members of the
Holy Name Sodality.
Gross-bearer and acolytes lead-
ing the procession, were followed uy
boys of the San Fernando R.C.
School, after whom came in order
girls of the St. Gabriel School and
the gt. Joseph Convent the Sisters
of St. Joseph. St. Benedict College,
students, women legionaries, men
legionarles, women parishioners,
then the men and finally the can-
opy surrounded by a group of
priests, wlthI Se Scouts from St.
Benedict's College forming the
guard of honour.

----------- Trinidad Guardian Correspondent
ARIMA, June 8 -At the request
U.S. Officer On of r alsont rs Cu1o J Maher,
parlsh priest, headed the Corpus
Christit erocessio n from Santa Rosa,
Repair Committee despitthreatening weather,
Hundred of Catholics with urnm-
Major Fred Anderson of the US. brellas In readiness, expressed iet-
Army Transportation Corps, TrIni- appointment when It was suggested
dad Base Command, has been ap- that the procession be abannonea.
pointed a member of the Ships' Re. -,- ...
pair Committee. ON LEAVE
Major Anderson is to fill a post Trinidad Guardian Correspondent.
vacated some time ago by Colonel ARIMA, June 8--Mr. Harry P.
Benjamin C. Allen, who has since COaracclolo. Deputy Town Clerk of
been re-assigned to the United the Arnna Borough Council, is on
States. vacation leave for one month,


Scholarship Goes

To South Teacher
Miss Ellodle BiLsessar, Trini-
dadlan. awarded one of the six
BritUsh Council Scholarships for
the academic year October, 1944,
to June. 1945. isi a trained teacher
on the staff of the Naparima
OGrls' High Scli ool, her alma
She returned two years ago
from Canada where she obtained
the Bachelor of Arts degree at
McAlixqn University.
Before toing abroad to pursue
the arts course Miss BLsessaur.
who i, daughter of Mr. Daniel
Bts.,mar of Mount. Pleasant.
Claxton Bay, graduated from Nap-
arima Training College as a
trained certificated teacer.
At McAllson. Miss Bimesar did
very good work In English in
whWc she is going to specialise
While attending Moray House, the
Department of Education in
Edinbuilh University, Scotland, on
the scholarship to work for the
diploma in education.
Miss Bisesasa is the third
Trinidad teacher to be awarded
a British Council Scholarshli.
Two before her are Mr. Debyslngh
and Mr. 0. Wong. both ortmlary
school teachers who are now
RtudYir g In England.

On Promotion
Mr. James H. Partap, graduate
of the Naparima Training College
in the class of 1909, has been
promoted to the headmastership
of the Grosvenor CM. School,
Sangre Grandc, from June 1.
Pojt previously held by Mr
Partap was that or first assistant
teacher of Vistabella C.M. School,
San Fernando. He relinquished itI
on May 31, on which day he was
rivewn a rouslin send-off by the
School's staff and pupils and pre-
seated with a fine leather tra-
velling bea.
For many years Mr, Partap
served on the executive of the
Trirdad and Tobago Teachers
Union, the executive of the Canta-
dian Teachers' AssocIation aad the
Executive of the Sah Femrandc
District Teachers' AssMolation.
After leaving the Training Ool-
lege Mr. Partag, served as head-
Smaster for seven and a half years
of the Sip"it Road CM. School
Hermitage C.M. School and
Bonne Aventure C.M. SchooL
Mr. Partap is a qualified agrt-
cultural uUnpector and is a Fellow
of the Royal Horticultural Society,
London. Ha is aiso j qualified
aitarv inspector and erve as
sanitary Inspector and second clerk
to the Medical Offler of Health,
ort-of-Spalin, for several years.
Mr. J. B. Todd To Act
As Trust Chairman
Mr. J. B. L. Todd. Director of
Dividsoa & Todd. iUmted, has been
' a-pointed to set as chairman of
the BRuee Stephens Trust durtag
tVu ameaoe of the Donlble Fred
R e-ppontd trustees fori fur-
wr thee-year period are Mr.
utztbertmon and Mr. Oecil Hope


reno Allied Comam er In the
OW at centre) ismes ble Order
*here in England jImust befm
the lrist uasult ain the lawmm
ed them far "hIU vkitery-
e."--AP pbota.j

I -- _____________

B.C. Hinterland
Survey Planned

An economic survey of Bri-
tish Guiana's hinterland is
likely to begin at any time.
according to a ZFY announce-
ment yesterday.
The survey was recommend-
ed by the British West Indian
Conference two months ago
for the purpose of ascertaining
the resources of the Colony's
interior, the announcement
said. It also Iluded to the
fact that a similar survey had
been recommended for the

Special Intercession

Services Tomorrow
Ser ices of Intercession, In re-
sponse to the request of His Ma-
jesty, the King, in his invasion day
broadcast, for the soldiers, sailors,
and airmen of the Allied nations,
will be held by all denominations
in Trinidad tomorrow.
The Board of Management of
tt Tobago Prayer Club also ap-
peals to its members to continue
their prayers for all sharing In the
events of this critical hour, and for
peace, with victory, to the United
Recent Z:Y announcement from
B.G. states that throughout Tues-
day people kept streaming In and
out of the -hurches there offering
prayers on the memicrable occasion,
According to the announcement,
Sunday there will be observed as in

Tobago Villagers

Want Night Classes
Trinidad uardlan Correspondent.
SCARBOROUGH, June 7.-Char-
loftt t nille. la rr ri11st vlaaer i n T~iobazo.

To Make Yeast

Twa wyap 1B -a yeacta
we described by M l Zanie
Karm W.V.S. Cookery dmnst._,
tor. to a pLacked k hoess a a 'gow
More ~oow nMpoks mattag in
Arouca Garnsaui t School bet
Wednesday eventng.
He. jas how se advised ta make
sweet potato yet.
"Bol one pound swet potto-
nla their skins and pan Unugh
sieve. Add two taiespoma sugar
dad enough flour to make Into stiff
dough. Roll out Sat and cut into
cubes. Flour the cubes well and
allow to dry."
To jse the cakes, she said: "Soak
yeast cake in wam water and of
i cup flour. The mixture should
be of a running consistency. It's
should be done overnight. Net
day add a cup -* flour and % cup
warm water. After 2 % to 3 hourn
It will be rtotdy for use."
For making local yeast she said:
"Take 2 tablespoons flour, 1 table-
spoon sugar, 2 tablespoons lime
Juice. Mix together with water mak-
ine the mixture very soft. At the
end of that line add 'i cup flour
and i cup water. Leave for 2'
to 3 hours. It will then be ready
for use."
Making an invasion appeal for
more food growing, Mr. W. A.
Rose. Technologist of the Local
Pood Production Department, told
the assembly that introduction of
a rationing scheme was not a reme-
dy for the food situation in the
Colony, and contrary to what was
believed by some persons, the food
situation here was still a problem
and growers of local foodstuffs
should not desist in their efforts to
plant all available lands.
Crops the department was asking
them to plant, Mr. Rose said, were
rice, Jramaica sweet potatoes, yams,
tannias, corn and grains not highly
Mr. C. H. Von Dieble of the
same department, asked the Arouca
peasants to rise to the needs of the
moment and produce to the gnrat-
est extent possible, food crops most
suitable to the soil of Aroucf.

Red Cross Classes

Started In South
Instruction classes for British
Red cross Society members are now
being held at three new South
At Trinidad Leaseholds, Polnte-a-
Pierre, a class has been organized
with Dr. M. Schwartz as lecturer
and Miss H. Baines. Another has
been started at the Fyzabad C. M.
School and the third at Naparlma
The Fyzabad class has Mr. H. F.
Bhola as secretary, and will receive
lectures from Dr R. Art'stin, while
Dr. P. A. crichlow will lecture to
the class at Naparimai College.

B.G. Gets $16,800

Education Grant

with a poulatlon of over 2,000 is The secretary of State for the
clamouring for introduction of Colonies has aProve# of fr S
adult night classes, grants up to I GO0 under the
At a recent meeting of the iar- Colonial Development and Welfare
ent Teachers' Association a resolu- Act to enable the appointment of
ti waces assdugigpation a an Education Officer in British
tion was passed urging application oGuiana for five years, a WRUL
tm the Director of Education for broadcast said on Wednesday.
immediate establishment of classes. The officer, It was stated, will be
Sprequired to plan and organise prir-
PIONEERS HONOURED tmary schools, make recommenda-
PION.ERS HONOUED tions for additional accommodation
Canadian Mission schools in schools. organtslie special classes
throughout the Colony were given for teachers and to deal with ether
yesterday off as holiday In cele- matters relating to vocational
bration of Pioneers' Day. training.


Welfare Funds of the South Caribbean Forces
and the West Indian National Party will be held at

On SATURDAY, JULY 1st, 1944
FROM S 8.M. TO s AM.
6SS5l .sUee s **E o sli n VS.

The Popular RAPHIE GELLIZEAU and his
Orchestra will supply the Music

Gents-- $2.00 :: Ladies- $1.00

Spotlight Competition


fees 11 Chinese Supper !!

Tickets can be had from members of
Dance Committee.
.... ,t i i- '-



Breakfast Cereals !



26 Frederick Street.
ir'~jr~x^~vuxjxjjxjj'L~r~iirjujn ftj%6 owft

Setuda 10th June, 1944
LN JIB slum
37a Sittom Street
S:am FinwamAIe
On ktrmetom reem fom
Mrs. L. RiUey. Mr. J. Oumbg, Mr.
Wamd. Mr. Liddelow. Us WilU-
m and others whtse fprnture
have ban removed to the Mart
for convenimence. the undersigned
wl sell by Auction 'on ta above
date, time ad place the follow-
One Sewing Hand Machine, 3-
wing Bureau, M.T. Washstand,
Ta Post 4' 6" Bedstead. Tall Post
Bed with swring. Short Post Brass
Bad with spring and mattremu 4
Sideboards, Ext. Dining Table
Water-cooler. Coolerator. ovai
shape Diig Table. Set Morris
Chairs with Cushios. Set Morris
Chairs without Cushions, Small
Washstand, Child's Bed, Writing
Desks, Oil Stove. ags, gonet2es.
Criba 12 Wardrob$8. 3 Cydeaik I
Suite Vphoted Car (with
table), C aet, 3 Din-, ;
TabtoM Oft Mit ail Cume-
ras, Gramophone Records (select
numbers In ae), Sewing Hand
Mhacfhlu sewtot YA o Machin.
3, 6, ied and Spring, Pic-
ture*s, Portble Gramophone, a
larg Victrola Grmaphona In
excellent oodUo nBench.
RaowrW tmnghouse -tube Radio,
etc. etc.
elZin on view n day prior to
and morning of sale.
Dated this 25th day of May, 1944.
Ters-CANSH en thi fa of the
.. (SgA.) GO. L RAMDIN,

YOU CAN'T ALWAYS avoid accidents
-but you may ease their pains. jus
keep a bottle of Sloan's Liaimenta
handy for instant use. When you
put Sloan's to work on as tche or
pain it acts quickly. Its heat pen-
trates to the sore spot, breaks up
congesttion, warms and soothes.
Sorenes aNd Wammatot sub->
side ina hurry.
Use Sloan's for neuralgic pains
too, lumbago and ches coldaj
You'll get relief.;. and get it fater,
if you have Sloan's widi n
easy reach. Put a bottle
oa yout shell today.



You can always count oft


0 1 ^"--- =111
The vast experi. .e and reoseurees
of the Swift organization have made
it possible to achlev and snmaintain
the highest standards Inl food produe-
tion. The unvarying high quality of
the fine meats, choice vegetables and
delicious fruits packed by Swift is the
reason why millions of housewives
everywhere say you can buy with
confidence when the label saye Swift.

For mere ahen 30 ieere
World Disributere s/ Qualito ? 0




Operative Fromi February 14thk,
All Plane retn by Sam route.
Offoe: 1, sAbercroy Street. Port-of 4spt
=hone"0%B and 704.
MONDAY: 6.3 am. TraldaA-m.Grla--. '
10r4 am. i atta-Bk
0*. am.)
*.t am.) Trialda-arbade.
TUESDAY: $.A jLm. Tr laa-Bara-
St. lsts-Atga-t
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Darbade--St. Lcia.
1.10 pAm.)
1JM i*Ja.
4.40 p9m. TrtMad-Tobsae.
THURSDAY: 6.M aam, Trtldan4-reGada-St.
t. Luela-Antlm-8t. I
.S0 am. Trthldad-Barbodes.
1.10 p.m. Trluiadd-BabadeWs.
FRIDAY: 4.m aj.)
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IJ p.m.)
4.44 Pm. Trm.l'hd-- -Tebaa
SATURDAY: A& am. TeMaali& g
St. Kitts.
000 5.3. Tetiildad-Tebi5!.
1.45 Ai'. a a L.
SUNDAY: 6 'm. Tr6a0D SAar lil
11. asm. r
3.0 pAL. Trdand-Toebga.


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SStocks Shift To U.S. 0 Ant*ssm Court Refuses 2 Out Of 3
Sital To Avoid Crisis To*. Appeals Against Sentence

betMM en tlhe U dates and Britain' W n to ar he, u ben ui .Te ppe A1n O ma rfM oeBsd Wed'iy to disturb, twe eO t o
goi e i so supplies tbreurelein"totihUnited to, be coesq d a L JU a's thee prikn Maentefee by Mr. R. W. Ctlestaia which cams belete UIM
OafAum O ton tn fro stocks now held by Britain Catead"a4l e U 3 with reiit ew.
V UAL by Mr. Isae Witwin, president of Gneral oOO n G e te Mat Nfv. Dr. A.III. In the third appeal. Err Mu
Opnl tother coONcoasIndustry of tUe United States, Ase .Of tse wO~ uee"Wtid apel.getig rd tat Murra
an te wrmn gnisamnse.succeeded in gegttiftOrder that d
Isndies.? .S ~ 1E i I'rv=^ rr
Sto the Britishdoer novernt ent atences at s uenla t ..... M u Party monthia Jae term for auault 71
S the roltl ovrnment," states a re t 1 concurrently with1 M onU he
we Outset estimate at s wsarat srigfraaml
SeffHtr1^W sceo-d things. Let us r Selected Annual Shows -a -
States had habilitate the ccoa Casualty. T SOh V r t offence.
uvslent to a avoid the Impending serious crisis l Samuel Wekes convicted
t. bsed on 1941 Inco00% r suggest that our state OO VV er Jy Br ig ht T aen t housebreaking and. larceny is to
tck Unt- Department approach the British serve the 12 months the MMMte
we probab elow government and thalt simultaneu- i* idered; and James fthb gwta to
seet Mr. t ly the British Government so- O rt e by M IC CRTIC sev t Y om Ior
.MiUus roach oir autIoritiTI serve two years impose for bicycle
prahour authorities to onsum- stealin.
bed stte consumed mate a plan to sell to the United Under the patronage of His x-
to States a minimum of 7,Wo tons By J. R. RUT. celency the Acting Uovernor, the The Court comprised MeN Hotr
3i0abSntla held the of cooa out of the stocks now In Striking with violence, precision anate A. B. Wnght, who wa Henry W. B. Blacal Chief Jus-
lof cocoa. Thswas Great Britain at torts most con- and rancour at the political a: present at the tuncuion, La Petit ti.e. and Mr. Justice Erie HaInat4n.
kt, but the result of veniently available to scores .f economic disablitiea of our muni- alusltea presented its annual tea t____ __
Sftnctonin of the shim returning from Great B::- cdipal constitution as he found It Pay and twilight concert before
06 mah K i Inc.. a to n the Uted. States in bal- within the Wt decade, and bhling a capacity audience at the Victoria l i
R.to n Tbhe last. To lift 75,000 tons of COcoo a keen invective at rash and ill-. lnaUiute luast Saturday afternoon. ri n s
Limt ~ ael on dze vssls~ ~ Gme, MIo of I na t- i W B~s Seila Claerke,' 7Y G r B ig
atof the New York only requires the use of approxl- considered decisions, Councillor Al- The concert opened with a read S
ff edyInc., and the~te tl one dozen vessels of ten bert Gomes, Deputy Mayor of ]Fort- b t tt~ lre 'ui i o a
~~fles ffore, ~i5Ous tn s each. A drop In the of-Spain and Presddent-General ofan y jo usc i F r
by the Suappropriate Damages
Ne Y the early lnne "n bucket out of r ahippin pool the Federated Workers a Trde and excellentty rendered.. Trinidad Guardlan Correspondent
York the worlds aBrei s reputedly Union, has once mire given us a Very effective Idea was the must- SAN FERNANDO, June 1,--De-
market and the ort Of warehouse apaCe Iae rellsla.,ble taste of his dynamic re- cal clock on the stage depicting fence wa.s concluded today in the
at of the united of the enormous armaments and velations--ths ime not as poet the centuries of the respective action for damage, echo of t
stodian of the world's stores of Invasion supplies which and literary critic-but as pot- te of the respective action for damages, ech of a
asno w r es Were, an I cant b argue d "of the programme, with motor-car accident which took
are there, and it cannot be calrcogugttoadepcdtr
thaet the labour and effort to load spectator. Aoo, the god of music and place at Oropcuche since March
iiON 75,000 tons of coal on ships bound who seems destined to play a glori poetry, represented by Miss Bar- 1942. brought by Doreen Paul, a
ai for the United States could possibly os role in the battle o for West Inr- ors Gonsalves. seven-year-old girl, through her
I after Pearl Har interfere with the invasion effort, His esent volume i entitled Mendelssohn's "Trio" (1st move- mother Drucilla Paul. against
during the ensuis O His present volume Is entitled m ht) by Miss Olive Walke, piano, Horatio Mootoo before Mr. Justice I
a n shlpplux %as in ty of the contents have been col- Mr. MeD. Carpenter, violin, and J. L. M. Perez.
U1H2, the crisis tor the OFFICIAL ACTION ASKED "Selected peeches." Tthe majori. McD Carpenterb veW lk, anod Hr Li M t per e r.
it stage. Shipping "I ask our chocolate Industry elected from various letes de- Mrs. Vlta Yufe, cello, Is a techni- The little girl, it is stated, was
ta wt drastically and, opportunely at this time, be- bates, and politi dscul onsc in really difficult and brilliant piece of standing by her mother when the
tl-sharply for those cause the annual convention will which Mr. Gomes partclpatel at music, but the artistes played ex- motor-car knocked her down and,
thch their was a be held on June the National the Cta Council t tremely well and the item ws according to Dr. Plern., irgeor. at
-W hic theonre.wasa Confectioners' Association, a n dth vCucl
OUWiin the country. As popularly received the Colonial Hospital. San Pernan-
im ports during 1943 every other organlsatlon in th The speeches themselves are rig- popularly received. h ooilHsptl a enn
I ortsdu 19 every other Organisation In the Te sesnfosrmed, re'-i Mrs. Patrick Solomon sang two do, her ankle will be stiff for the
to approXimatety 25 country interested In chocolate, to Iorous i, and real-tic Irish songs with feeling and balance of her life. It is aleged
what they were I endorse my proposal promptly by uninsular in their outlook, uncom- charming style, while four ladles that the motor-car was travelling
i.t~uS conditons hn- appropriate ofcial action, so that *"-amlst In their condemnation, char gentle, al l ades th -zag manner.
and 1944, Inthe British and American overn- of xisting evils in our Government and four gentlemen all members in aI that the girl ran
space was allotted ment might be promptedstraight-and in our mucipalites; grim, of Lc Petite Musicale, dancd contued thrower across e thoad and was hit.rl ran
way to negotiate the details of this stolid, and defiant in their figt far lacers amid a continued shower:across the road and was hit.
never iflclenly to latively minor movement of a the common people; Implacable in of applause from the audience and Mr. V. Lesey strutted by
Went for civl material so essential to us. their odium of the blindin stigma encored with the charming Victori- Mr. I. Cameron, is appearing fcr
the unusual heavy s would be completely harmoni- of plutoratic-totaltartn states an dance-Sir Roger de Coverley. E reen Paul. while Mr. R. C. Arch-
for cocoa s products the manship de e, and deter- In one of her rare public P- bald, instructed by Mr. Hugh E.
Foces.As a result GaG with the broad principle of msawhip; bold. definite, and deter-
policy embarked mutual lend-lease adopted by our mined in their clarion call for hu- pearances and in excellent voice. Blanc, appears for Mootoo.
policym m bk two nations. In determining the man liberty, trenchant In their cri- Mrs. E. de la .Rosa sang two Nerro
common good of the exact quantity of cocoa we would ticism of powers and principall- Spirituals, ably assisted at the
=L.,n '^ 0 "^ O^KN ir~^ ^ 4 Y.O.D.I. Board
I the stocks of Coeareceive from our Eritish friends, ter; firm and resolute in their stres piano by Miss Olive Walke.
Unite States on March st Membe Chose
ntfled Stalgtes onvMrc due allowance must be made for of the need for leaders to be In di- The programme concluded with 4 Y.O.D.I. Board
to lihtl oerthe extra margin of saf2Vl which rect and continual contact with the choir 01 Lia Petite Musicale
supply. Prospects the British people require in their the labour classes, and very ,oppof-nginv "i1uuabv" by Brahmsem er
h of this year held own supply of cocoa beans, when tune, since they come at a time "The Bulre l. ineffective cr- r Chosen
that our stockpile taking into account their greater when the lest Indies are conver- sition b Miss Walke.
frmti dneproximity to the a.-.eatres of war. ing ca general elections. Fou,,e mebes hve ee
c~nvrg-postio byMis Wake.Four new members have been
leel bu ahrthsdatgr poiit y otet arsO 5i. rc eea lcinAppointed to serve on the Board of
but rated rttit "A postwar committee has al- It. Would be tragic, indeed, for Managnent of the Young Offend-
tnued atition, ready been formed by the cocoa readers to expect from these GH a enteof se on thed
D~lNG GAINtrade in New York and a similar rpeaders to explec gts freom quent o rn e t c s ers, Detention Institution under the
G5 GAIN spN Yom rkand i r eches the finer flights of eloquentHouse chairmanship of Mr. Painier Cliii
Postwar committee has been form- aIteraroa, he newly ainted Iseto
twistwhile, because of ed by the merchants and brokers tary oratory. They uare not lec- zola, f he newly appointed Inspector
on the subject, we of England, arnd thet commit-tures on Shakespeare and Milton Clerk Promoted on ,,ois are:e-yNel err.
upon unofficial sources tes are already In touch with each They are the fiery evolution of a New members are: Mr. Noel Pierre
Smethestocks of cocoa other with a view to arriving at mind caught in the heat of human Miss J. A. Nestor has been pro- Bowen, Mr. Donald Donaldson Ash,
sthe United Kingdom a formula for the re-establishment tragedy and revolted, then sudden- moted first class clerk at Overn- Lieutenant-Colonel Harry Dow and
i to be 150,000 tons at of tree trade in cocoa. It Is my Iy evolved. Hence th0 volcanic merit House In one of four appoint- Major A. Clayton Smith.
iand possibly in ex- considered opinion that 'freedom eruption in these pages, ments officially announced on Wed- Also appointed cr, the Committee
IMo tons. In effect then, of trade' should be added as a fifth But I is most unfort-nate, If nesday. of Lady Visitors to female prisons
Se the attack upon Pearl freedom to the Four Freedoms, not tragic, that Mr. C )ues, whose Mis Nestor, whose appointment is Mrs. Brigadier J A. Austen.
Supply of raw cocoa which would abolisl. monopolies ideas are so seasoned a d prolific, dates from January 1, fills a recent- .. -
t een reduced from a and cartels in the postwar world; should remind us of the orator who ly created post.
hto JuAree months' and In my opinion, even so small is at times hesitant in his delivery. Other appointments listed in- Extra Switch Board
of cocoa beans in a commodity as cocoa, which has too high-sounding in some of his elude: Mr. D. M. Farrell Agricul-
Kingdom increased already developed its marketing words, at times too cumbersome I tural assistant; Mr. M. F. Brings. For Red ouSe
Sear's supply practice to a degree of perfection his presentation, at t;mes too via. sepd claoS clerk, District Adn. T-
years' to two matching that of any commodity, lent and circumlocutory in his Ian- istfation, St. George, and Mr.F. The Red House will soon have a
both on the basis o has earned the right to lead in the gage, too rash-tempered and hys-. K. cosein, second class clerk, For- second switchbcarJ, money for -
idngp. And, it is establishment of fair rld prac- terical in parliamentary demeanour, est Department,. which was approved by the Legisl-t.
e bear in mind that In- tic in trading in all world-wide and who suffers from a hebetude Six acting appointments in the tive Council at the meeting on
result may have _a in his speech with acorresponding Harbours and Wharves Department Friday, June 2.
S nevertheless, de- hebetude in his ia intellect. were also announced. They are' Mr. The Council approved a vote for
i comon operation Se-W rvlh Reiue i htu iisv hi I I. W. Patterson and Mr. R. R. $504 to provide for telephone
pool common to the U.S Servicemen someme too ek austve, or o Chi uperv rs, o charges In respect of the witch.
mGov s to Prl exhaustive, o r. A. Marsan and Mr. Louis board and $496 to provide for ap-
-,ionment. st:en ,, in hit speechesm n the uni- Rodr es, seniorclerks: and Mr. pointment of two additional tele-
t in is ser ouor wat rn bScheme ad The ri nula s nO dlroux rand Mr. 0. Aleong, first phone op~rttors at the Red
v iewoi t of our war Ar-my, Da eertos.Teei I
t more so from the Bookings for the musical revue, also evidencelhere atons T ber c clear
-our prospective post- "Land of the Calypso" which is be- political pomp and self-assertion.
The British Govern- Ing staged at the Empire Theatfe, But let us ask ourselves: What poli-
m the Britis., Control San Fernando, under the distin- tician with discipline is not force- 0
over 60 per cent 01 gushed patronage of His Excellency ful and self-assertive?
'5 auction of cocoa the Acting Governor, on United There is one deplorable absence
|l~t lh West c& The There^-^n^y is on deplrable alance "----'----' a
i West Africa. The Ntions Flag Day-Wednesday, in this volume, and that is the
5 Brazilian monopoly June 14-have opened at the offices non-incluslon of some of those ad-
qPolately 17 per cent o
ltghdat Mr. Cedric Esp net at No 14 dresses in which the author sought
Ispouction, so that ig t o r. edret. na
two monopolies con- HgStre. to propound the principles of the
per cent of the Only seats for the night per- 20th century school of poetry and 1 ,I
y of cocoa. The Im- formance will be reserved and tick- literary criticism.
the American choco- ets for the theatre show at 4.30 There is one significant feature-.
of the co-existent two p.m. will be sold at the ticket of- the book has been dedicated to Mr.
either singly or Jointly, fices. Bookings will also be taken Grantlev Adarns. leader of the Bar .
to need amplified at the Empire Theatre from 4.30 hados Progressive League. I won- J
41 MPy part. Our for- p.m. daily. der whether Mr. Gomes Is present.
t year's Supply of The producers of the revue, the lyat war with all our political lead-
eur one anchor to the nett proceeds of which will be don- ers here. PI
Sa cocoa, storm which ated in equal proportions to Anglo- _____e _ere.
from the existence American charities, are hoping to by
Sbe characterised as use San Fernando talent in the OUEaTy ANSWERED
-W14k CoCOa. We have South performances, and hrive al- Trinidad Gariea Cerrespendent. Bert Mcean
Ahor In the war effort ready contacted Southern players SAN FERNANDO, June e c Lo
our British friends, for this purpose. the cost of running the Transport nd_ his_ Bond
y that the los of Last night the revue was staged hs Emergency ndBoard w nlde
t was not designed before an enthusiastic audience at dnerg en t Boa e nclude of
'M Ow autoritis orthe statement of expene-iture of
L own authorities o the U.S.O. theatre In Port-of- temporary wartime departments
the British Govern- Spain, and arrangements are being laid before the Legislative Councileto
O the war when st made to gve perfornmnces t on February N, 1944,. Is the answer
to come first. Navyebases. a fo h s given by Government to a question "' A K C
dress rehearsal for the antbled bv the Hon'ble Roy JosephLU
B:PgO ED Fernando performance ahas b e ceeneigofteLg&
called for Tuesday morning at the at a recent meeting of the Legsa-
In shipping has sub- U.S.O. theatre. Members of thetTve Council.
is on the horizon, cast are asked to meet outside the Mr. Joseph had asked If Govern-
o to consersoe London Theatre at 9.15 am. on ment would lay on the tible the
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SATURDAY, 3 It 1 M, 1M4

e Minister Warns

Against Over-Optimism

pN Prime Minister had something to
say in the House of Commons on
iihunday to those Incorrigible optimists
who think the Allied invasion of north-
1rn France means that the war is as
&ood as won. "Although great dangers
behind us," he said, "enormous exwr-
ions lie before us." There is a wealth of
lgnlflcance In those words. A study of
em official comnmuniques and corre-
!pomdtnts' despatches from the battle
-areas reveals the tremendous nature of
?the operations, and when the Prime Min-
.tster warns against "the idea that theWe
.things are going to be settled in a rush,"
.he is only staring the hard facts In the
This massive undertaking has many
Important things In Its favour, but tt
also has much to overcome. Viewed in
this perspective it gives no reason what-
ever for over-optimism, and certainly no
cause for believing that the war ts about
to fizzle out. It will not do that.On the
contrary, great battles are immediately
ahead even now they are developing
In the green fields of Normandy and
, the next few days or weeks may bring
disappointment as well as victories. War
is like that.
But while we must avoid jumping to
over-sanguine conclusions, happily there
Is no reason at all for pessimism. The
Allied armies have landed and succuS-
fullv established a brldffehad with a con-
meted front, apparently, of between 30
and 40 miles of terrain which does not
give the enemy any special advantages
such as those he enloved in Italy. It has
been said that the Invasion armies have
won the first round, but there are many
more rounds t n be fought before the
aqj irr fnrsallv battered out of tho ring.
IThi Is, not to be a decision on points, but
a knor-kout from whrlh the enemy will
never rise apIn. Until the final punch
eomps. or until there are more definite
lifns that the Initial successes we have
gained are thoroughly consolidated, it
will be better to show sober confidence
In our ultimate triumnh than applaud
,the victory that Is vet to be won.
Mr. Churchill does not aim to dampen
any enthusiasm for the cause of demo-
cracy by Issuing this warning. If there
is a true optimist It Is the man who for
four years has given toil, sweat, and tears

Win The War Association

Issues 'Grow Food' Warning

UNDER the caption "The Biggest Un-
dertaking in History Has Begun," the
Win the War Association has been ad-
vertising what it calls "food facts," with
the object of impelling people in all parts
of Trinidad and Tobago to take an active
part in the grow-more-food campaign.
hi campaign is everyone's business,
and none can offord to stand idle and
leave others to do the job for him. Indi-
vidual effort by each and every citizen
able to plant is needed, whether the
planting is done in a small backyard
plot or on broad acres.
The Win the War Association points
out that enormous supplies of food must
follow the armies of liberation into
Europe, both for their own use and for
the starving populations. There may also
be gaps in the shipping schedules due
to the diversion of sea craft to the vital
task of transporting war supplies to the
new front, Every effort is being made by
the Canadian and United States authori-
ties to see that the West Indies are not
seriously affected. It is clear, however,
that we must depend largely upon our-
selves when unforeseen contingencies
arise, as they are liable to do.
The wise course will be to take the
food-growing campaign seriously and
produce something for use in emergency.
The Association points out, however,
that planting food crops Is only one of
the contributions we can make to greater
self-sufficiency in the dangerous months
ahead. Stock-raising is an Important
means of assuring safety, and should
not be neglected. Those who cannot keep
a cow should obtain a good milch goat.
Chickens, ducks, and rabbits can help
to provide nourishing and sustaining
meals, and attention devoted to their
breeding and care will be repaid many
times over. This Is a crisis of the war,
and everyone is expected to redouble his
efforts or to pull himself up and be-
gin afresh, should he have lapsed Into
Lethargy and procrastination are
enemies of progress. They were largely
responsible for the world conditions
which oermitted the rise of Hitler, and
we have to fight them on the hornme front
while our armiles are battling in the field.
It is human nature to find excuses for
Inaction, until goaded by stark neces-
sity. But enlightened self-interest should
dictate a better course. The Associa-
tion's advertisement ends with the words,
"You Have Been Warned! Do Some-
thing!" It Is better to be safe than sorry,
and the warning should be heeded.

2%6 After''
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to a to it a to teM d tin
lmu tonp mM res hat of genwui
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realtin; but bhe lW believeta gi
words of unauran 1dett nd hilstig
fO tie hialst -me m to a o65 fa
.this o ShM thM h. the ecoie nthe
fte of aot the ouM can ftlob to-
day. Give enowurapammet to thi fghtrn
mania back him up with everything tha
can be gt Mtomakp e hls onerousl tik
leu exacting, assure him of genuine
admiration for what he tIs doing-and
he will, In proper time, amply justify our
sober con silence and the trust we have
placed In him.
This applies to the gallant armies
now fighting in France, Italy. Burma,
China, India, Russia, and the Southwest
Pacific. It has some meaning, too, for
those others who have Just come Into
the new again-the South Caribbean
Regiment now apparently getting ready
for something really big. A number of
Trinidad boys are with this force, and
It is with complete trust in their ability
to do what is required of them that this
Colony will follow their fortunes wherever
the exigencies of war may take them.

Medical Aid Wanted
The Editor, *Trinidad Guardian"
In my opinion, Tobago is greatly
neglected I don't think there are
people anywhere else in Tobago
who suffer a4 the people of Parla-
tuvler-Bloody Bay bec.use of the
lack of doctors and nurses, I shall
illustrate a few of the many experi-
On April 28, a young man took
suddenly ill with fever, which
brought on a severe pain In the
head rendering him unoonsclous.
Through rain, he was placed at the
bottom of a row boat, covered with
corrugated galvanised iron sheets
and hurried away to Plymouth to
the D.M.O., a distance of about 20
miles and about 5 hours steady
rowing by six strong men.
He died when about one hour
Out to ea. He Is survived by a
young widow and two children If
medical iWp were at hand he
Ight hav lived.
There are more unfortunate eases
than this. Imagine a woman in
travail who does not wish to travel
by sea because of the terrible sen-
S1tlon of mea-sickness being placed
In a row-boat for Plymouth because
of lack of experienced nurses. Many
uch cases are happening in t ee



Block Market Flourishes
The 1Editt4r, W Trtaml OQaeS.
I would like to bring to the notice
otf the proper authoritIes tha t ad-
vantage Is bef_ taken of poor
people. Laventlle, Eastern Main
Road. and Suocess Village, the
black market still flourishes. There
are some petty shops that sell cook.
Ing oil at 34 cents per pint, rice 16
and 18 cents per lb., and saltfish36
eents per lb. Smne shopkeepers are
bold enough to tell you that every-
thing t being sold on the black
I do think such a thing is a
shame and dsrWac to Government
and would like steps to be taken
to rem the poor people.
Thq Qo Sth ground pl ovisions
above the esh ed prices without
e TAtMd. t aam a"M that
the-d t ft hould be remedled in
orde t po r claw of people
may able to live. Trulting that
this ttle article may meet the eyes
of the peper authorities and a
atop wil be put.
A SUFF JrE r .






UaMn.-G-mei Walk UmIfiii *r u AE ncOaS 1ea1
Am7, etesed OIeIm Nsp aimi c.. He.
he is uwO (at 10%) bd8eb) b la( UmM NW 1 Ba a sa
Xatth Coameiei~r of >e Osttr of 'S BrMsa Rmpra.h byGIMwa
HrMwar. AiMMim', *firl W- a tr, late M

Hitler's Vaunted 'Atlantic

Wall' A Myth Says Reporter

II Slwi For Tefchen
DiscmWed For 75 Years?
2 % MMr TrtaMad Guarden.
A report an ia n t Trini-
dad ad lad by Mr. (afrwd
Mar) J. V. K a, inspect of
Abedos under the OomlbstoL
of National lducatlo in Ireland.
Hea s apieM nted to report n edu-
atio es n dad in M It would
appeal frtom Ws reptot that the
auctlon Of toebesa' laeies was a
bon eo oesctention from that dis-
tant period to the present day.
It is iresttable that for three-
ut*of a century, no satis-
factory solution has ben found.
rTh Object once more is absorb-
ing the fuI attention of the au-
tMritie. But the mysterious at-
maphere In which the proceedings
are. in m opinion, enveloped, will
ac cmpWsh very little.
Thus, the Teachers' Union fall
to seM the true relationship between
the inmereae and the maintenance
of confidence among teachers in
its organisation as a recognized
bargaining body, and the employ-
ment of publicity in all Its nego-
tiations and important transactions.
In the circumstances, we can see
the results. As far as the grievances
of teachers are concerned, thlre
will be no amicable settlement. This
outcome is probable in spite of ef-
forts to the contrary.

Opportunities Wanted
The Editor, "Trinidad Guardian."
It is with mixed feelings that
graduates in building and construc-
tion who are holders of certificates
from the Board of Industrial 'T-ain-
Ing. a. wll as foremen and other
skilled artisans of the Public Works
Department and firms, read the
terms and conditions attached to
Government notices, calling for ap-
plicants to fill sVveral vacant posts
in the Public Works.
It Is widely felt that before any ap-
plicant is Invited from abroad every
effort should be made to utilise
all the experience of capable and
efficient Indlvlduls at home.
In the Public Works as well as
In other parts of the Colony. there
are several men under, as well as
above, the age limit set by Govern-
ment in their notices, who. though
they never were apprenticed to any
technically qualified engineer or
architect, were responsible for the
laying out or supervising of many
of the most modern buildings and
Government offices In this Colony
If the Boa d of Industrial Train-
Ing and its work must be recognlsed
by the youth ov today and tomor-
row. why train men locally when
there are no opportunities? How
can trained and efficient men re-
main with the P.W.D. and be satis-
fled to give of their best when there
is, in my opinion, no promotion or
hope of reaching the top. Some-
is wrong somewhliere.
San Juan.

Mosquitoes At Morvont
The Editor, "Trinidad Guardian"
The rainy Beason Ls on us and
the Inhabitants of Morvant fear
being visited by swarms of mo-
quitoes. Is It fair to the ten-
ants who pay a rental of $24
per year for each lot and whose
taxes amount to thousands of dol-
lars, to live under such conditions?
There are undrained tracks, swampy
pools, overgrown bushes surround-
Ing houses in the vicinity.
Is it not dltgrac'ful for such con-
ditions to exist so near the city?
Will the authorities concerned take
Immediate steps to bring relief to
the Inhabitants?

With the Allies In Prance this
his been a tremendous day. I
crossed the Channel in a small
heavy `' rollin, landing craft infalt-
try boat with 100 men. It was
rough crossing, but without attack
by German U-bc ,ts -boats or
Not until we were about 'alf a
mile from the shore did the Ger-
man shells begin dropping around
us. haen they came thick and
fast. They were bursting like
mushrooms in the water all. round
us black and ugly, as we slithered
down the gang-plank as It swayed
and went under the water, dousing
my wrist-watch but the fall nmy
have saved my life. Whcl I scram-
bled to my feet seconds later. I
saw the receding spout of water
left by a shell-burst less than ten
yards amiy.
Although I believe' I was the
first correspondent& ashore, I had
to .a'lt more than five hours before
I could have sent my first story
back by boat. The Press field radio
which was scheduled to arrive earl/
on '"D Day" had still not shown up.
The first Frenchman I met after
landing had borrowed enough gaso-
line from the Germans for his
motor-cycle to leave his work on a
German gun emplacement and Join
the Allies.
An ex-soldier in the French
Army. he said the Allied naval and
air assault preceding the landings
shook the whole countryside llke
an c'-t"quske.
He mid: "Alas! We had wine to
reet the Allies. but now it Is gone!
Pof! bombs and wine do not mix."
he said.
Paratroons Came
Near To Being Heroes

June 7 (AP)-Not every man is a
hero In any army, but the para-
troops who hit the coast of Nor-
mnndy soon after midnight on
'D Day" came closest to reaching
that ideal.
Most of them hit the ground far
f-'-i their comrades. After form-
Ing Into small groups they fought
throughout the night far superior
forces and drove them awy from
the beachhead area where our
troop s Invasion were due to land.
one paratroops were killed,

some captured and othe.s, unable
to contact the group to reach their
objective, fought it out with the
Oerrnna alone. All testified that.
the Germans took to -he hedgtc-ows
and preferred to snipe from cover
and then run rather than fight.
British Airman Sees
Canadian Tank Battle
June S (delayed) (AP) An eye-
witness glimpse of the big tank
battle in the Caen area on Tues-
day afternoon was given ttdav by
Lieut.-Comdr. W. 0. Simpson, a
British naval alnrma.i, who was fly-
I over the area spotting targets
to the warships.
e aid: "More than 100 German
tanks and self-propelled guns
seemed to come up out of the
ground and start moving all at
once. They noeed towards a ridge
and were met by a British forma-
tion of Sherman tanks.
',Our tanks delivered the first
blow which battered them away.
Our men definitely got the better
of them at the start. All those
tanks milling around were a
thrilling sight, but I could not stay
to watch. I had to get on to another
Nazis Left Unburied
Dead In Bayeut

Roger Orsene, Associated Press
correspondent. one of the first war
correspondents to hit the beach In
the invasion of France, under heavy
fire with a E01b, pack and portable
typewriter in hand, waded 50
yards to shore 65 minutes after
zero hour. Several men were killed
on the beach an arm's length of
Greene. his knapsack soaked with
the blood of a fatally wounded
n-rn. "I simply could not believe
when I found I had not even been
scratched," Greene said.
IN FRANCE, June 6 (Delayed)
(AP)-.- As far as we could see after
advancing live miles inland, Hit-
ler's hauntedd "Atlantic Wxll" is a
myth. The thickest barrier I have
seen is a crumbling old brick wall
two feet thick along an apple or-
chard where I am sitting deep in
the grass writing this story.
I The critckle of rifle fire some 00
yards away is Intense and every
few minutes we throw ourselves
flat and try to squeeze our whole
bodies under our battle helmets as
German shells burst In the orchard
ni.trby. They seem to have our
range and we will be moving on
Aside from scatteregi pill-boxes,
barbed wire and slit trenches, the
German static defences so far are
practically nil and In this sector,
,'t least, we have seen nothing of
great concrete fortifications 12 feet
thick, which the Germans boasted
they had erected along this coast.
Their mobile artillery, it appears,
Is their most formidable defence.
German signs of "mined" ire fre-
quent along the roads, but there Is
no evidence of "millions" of mines
which the Germans said they
planted all over tMe countryside.
However, only a few minutes ago In
a nearby ill',ge. I sa'w a headless
torso of a soldier who edged off
thp road to avoid a column of tanks
and stepped on a mine.

Tomorrow's Churchk Services

SERVICES or w xxTCusi8ON
T am., Th. eHoly Xuefalt 1 30 am..
Mattla and mlarm; T pm., Slv"Osu
ld Saermonqa
aT. JOHN'$ CHURCH-PembrOhk siree.
Preacher at 9.0 a.m. and T p.m.: R.
J H. Pool.. 5.D. M _Ia efluon topic:
vive, Mr. H. t. Maye ill lsg *The
Trmpveter.Al 3yr ilgfs-Ta
'Tne King's M1.11 awn Sermas
Rookery Nook, Meraval.
Rundas: 9.30 a.m., Sunday Scol II
asm. Wednesday.; .30 p.m.
to RI'heyief dSlvet
Sundays, .3p0 a. m & T.S p.m,
Wldnepdays: 7.00 pa.m.
All are welcome.
Sam-. YTnfr'r.or1 SI><. Peauer!
i1se1wans DespWs.Amo ..

*.,e .m., Moralna Service; I0.45t. b.
Preacaher: 'J Re. 5, hauli aervHe.
m e t 141b is'r. ON s5etelo
M.A. T. X a.,

Masses: 5 a.mS .m, a.m am.
and s.30 ~am. vIlng Devotion and
Renedlctien. 7.S1) p.m. His Orion lUe
Arhbishop of P:et-of-pai will officiate
at the evw geemvice.
CEINTRAL HALL-1s Charlotte Street.
IS~ldON 0 St. sltm etane
10 am. ant 7 p.. Adjutant an-


gl C C a e te a'.m ,.so.,

colt. a saeao 1100 p.m. :
55 a m (Creams
U B ant ew am, II^:

Government NHot"
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Lands and Buildings
Taxes Ordinance,
Cap. 204

NOTICE is hereby given that the
Warde. or Assistant Warden of
tWe County of Csr! will attend
the cab-O"eesin the County at
the places and on the days here-
under mentioned, from .00 o'clock
In the forenoon, for the rpoeof
t.-e1 '*I taxes un' .
:.' Buildings Tsxes Ordinance
0"p. 204.
Friday, 2nd June, 1944.
Friday rd Juno, 194
Thursday. 19th &ay, 1M44
Thursday. 15th June, N14.
Thursday, 25th May. 1044
Thursday, 322nd June, 144.
Warden, County OaronL
Warden's Office,
17th April, 1944.


The Public is hereby notified
that the Warden Officer of the
Department will be attending the
undermentioned Offices for the
purpose of collecting Lands and
Buildings Taxes on the days speP-
fled below between the hours of 9
a.m. and 3 p.m.

County of St. Andrew
Warden's Office, Coryal-Thurtsday,
25th May, and Thurs. 1st June,
Warden's Office, Mitura-Thurs-
day, 25th May, and Thurs. 1st
June, 1944.
Warden's Office, Valencia-Friday,
2nd June and Friday 23rd
June, 1944.

County St. David
Grande Riviere-Friday, 16th June,
and Friday 23rd June, 1944.
Matelot- Wednesday, 14th June
and Wednesday, 21st June,
Warden, Eastern Counties.

Colonial Secretary's Office.,
May 23, 1944.



Applications are Invited for the
post of Drawing Office Assistant
(Female), Public Works Depart-
The salary of the post which Is
pensionable, is on the scale S480-
0-720-60.960 with an efficiency bar
at $720.
The qualifications necessary are
at least two years' experience in a
drawing office in the preparation
of tracings on linen and paper of
designs for buildings of all descrip-
tions, bridges, and general traciln
work, a good knowledge of archi-
tectuial draughtamanship, neatness
&nd accuracy.
Applications stating age, educa-
tion and business experience should
be addressed to the Colonial Secre-
tary, Red House, Port-of-Spain, and
should reach hi office not later
than 15th June, 1944. Copies only
of recent testimonials should be
The successful candidate will be
required to pass a medical exam-
ination before appointment.
Acting Colonial Secretary.


The Gow"-nm-il'
HiNg Sh i, :.

TMB required
teach Genernl e
standard ol the Cambrifu
lty School Certificate s5i3E
m:tintanled eo adag I
pupW of s : 11-13 wh I
admi"su br, a se LM
exammnatio There e 3
Pup In three ma a
Sincrasig. There are im
era and no quarters ii
In a. school of limited slif"
axe required to undeart
addtlUonal subjects and a&
teach Physical Traling mN
strong recommendstlon. ,
subject on the curriculum fwl
years but there Is no Ias
apaMtuh The teacher
be p'ble of e
the responsiblty of the
and efficient conduction a
boratory for the practical
of the subject.
APPOINTMENT will be bt'
the fint instance on a 1
contract subject to renee l
end of that period. The o
be made permanent &nd -
able for a suitable teo .
salary, which is not ubje'e%
come tax, is 30 sterl ib
plus War Bnus of 10% I
masieg will be provided.
should be forwarded st 1, 0
Head Master and should be
panted by personal
copies of testimonials and/iM
of referees. Candidatesi
state age, details of edlei
green, teaching dllIomns or
and teaching expert IIce.
should also be made of ago
quallfication and aetiv l
otherr subjects which call beM
be required before the l
am finally be made.
The Government Hig 5 "L
Nassau, Bahamas, :,
British West Indies, _

Import Progromm#ir
For 1945
ImPorters are herebyll
to submit to the Sers
Control Board, nt later
June, 14, their 194B
from all sources, oftt
Items included in A'
1. Hooks and Eye. sB .
and SWapt01i115,
Buckles, Butto ad
miscellaneous shoe ,-
and apparel Indn,
specifying in each.
case the material f1 r ,
which Item ts niamls,-
2. Domestic Sew"n M .-
chine Nedles, hA ,.,'
(Straight), Pins(Sftf s
&. Zlastl e Webbing sa0
Rubber Thread
Returns should be 1 e
accordance with the -
outln-d In the CoAntrti
ticsle dated 18th MWY. W
Control Board co kmm
26th May, 1944, as ane
will be allocated on e
conditions therein C tatel,.
Secretary, 01 '
Old Post Office Wildib
7, at. vincent Str@eet
31st May, 1944. .



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Found about or a mile West of ths Balandra Bathai I Bea
p.m. on the 2nd June, 19.4.
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Hair:-Close Cut.
Clothes:-Blue and white striped shirt with SkW
trey trousers; brown shoesI elam elamed s*i-
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Sr'. -llth 9at.m.toll .11A.. f
Mon. -12th aP.M to 8 SM .
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Weds. 14th I Sp.m to P ,
Thurs 15th S Ip.m t( t ".. r,
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aMM kindly lest by Stehefls. Ltd.

ARMY IN FRANCE, June 8 1de-
layed) (AP) The Oermans left
EPayeux so fast they did not halt
to bury their dead. Forty-eiht
hours after the invasion assault,
the biggest phenomenon of the
battle in western Europe was sil'l
the ainasing lack of resistance by
the Nazis on this slice of Frecnch
soil around Bayeux which the Al-
lies liberated.
By letting the Allies grab off
Bayeux. vital point on the Baye -
Caen highway, the enemy'Is troops
farther out on the Normandy
Peninsula are placed in grave dan-
ger. The theory expressed here
why the OernMans did not try to
hold out is they were withdraw"
isolated Panser units to mass then
for a resounding counter-attack.
This was not an orderly withdrawal
The bodies of Germans litter the
countryside around joyful Bayeux.
Parachute Troops'
Mission Successful
9, (AP) Col. Ralph Eagby, first
Sparachute invader to return to
ngland from France, told offilclalfI
Interrogators today that his ground
carried out its mission success' lly
and "raised hell in general."
Dropped from .o carrying
'planes four hours b ,ore the land-
ing barges to.ched the French
coast on Invasion day, Col. Bagby
and his men moved immediately to
their a signed tasks of blowing up
bridges, putting enemy gun posi-
tions out of -action and blocking
roads. "Our casualties were so
light It was almost unbelievable,"
he said.
Performed on "D" Day
LONDON, June 9 (Reuterl -
Here are some stories of the initial
stages of the landings I;n France.
There was one man who stood up
to his knee In the vater on the
beaches shouting warnings of mines
to troops on the landing craft
coming in. A sniper hit him in
the arm but he went on shouting
when It dropped to his side.
Sharpnel hit him in the le- a:i, he
rolled over Into the water. Some-
Show he managed to prop himself
up and still wnt on shouting.
Anote bullet ended his life, but
not before isa warnings had saved
many of his comrades.
Then there was a lieutenant In
charge of an infantry landing
craft. Althouoh his boat was
crippled and ahot up he got his
men ashore then went over to
another damaged craft and too::
them In tow. All this time his
boat was sucking in the water like
a drain, but he was not finished
yet. For 36 hours in loneliness and
suspense he pumped and bailed his
landing eraft and took it back
across the Channel so that It
could be repaired to fight again.

i -- --i.ii .

Ill I

p r



eo Glider Crew 1 Battfrn

e Ste. Mere-Eglise

B y .WLI A .. .
One Ameriean glider aW m aptured i2 n m r
M;er-NUM- It was a hao as well as a dramatc
f iay the Allit their Srsm town t4 the invasio.
SForce officer who-----------
010 American pas,5
BOer= iuia Cocorite Wells
txtook Ste. mere- ~r
Ull ON To Boost City
-laded sa otf
SAW t Iscaftd
W sWn after Supply
ame out and u- e'"rriniad Guardian,," under-
el .miMted-:' am stan is that the city's water supply
from t th corite wells will soon
noTt a gro ndS lt ONbe boosted as a result of th, re-
lia droo ito installation of the crank shaft of
SJastart of the invasion A of the =Puis which was re
r.. o y reue ", W n a yrd.
bland %tshMS At the lat monthly meeting of
5 at 6tS e Zlum the City Council., Councillor H. 0.
A -s to JUeMPae B Wooding, the Mayor, reported to
I'i" t o u l S knew we the Oouncll that a city foundry
oi k territe Hand we had delayed delivery of the craak
ifol thre and he ft f or a cnoslderable time and
1 SD ly when he that without this less water waS
k-- WpZd into the city's mains from
evt of & Jobn'",l tIs understood that re-insala-
from oursn he ".e tIon Of this part will enable thle
ut glfng until he P V sd corporation to try out their $50,000
1 cut myself out Of the scheme.

1 a trail of discarded
B the colonel located the
h was to clear the way
to land. "As I walk-
through the fields in
cx0 llht," he said, "the
i chewing the cud Just as
Swas no invasion on."
enough to read the
V a newspaper when the
toop formation flew In
W ske was full of chutes
were In the air at a
-M, "and as they dropped
M officer said to me, "we
to worry about the
wJih the troopers
Oe gliders came, It had
d dark, and they were
blind. As they "ame
tcracked up. One guy
olose to me for knock-
of and said It wasn't
that the tree had a long
was hurt and they had
t of a glider within a
t n half an hour radio
tlons had been establish-
awrby formations."
1el made his way to ste.
and was given an
ree men to make his
t the coast. "These para-
tough people," said the
the way down the road
kept saying, 'colonel, I
a Heinie yet.",
0e came to a village where
U0 pped us off thai five
a a gun in a house. I
I would be a machine-gun,
I a 47 millimetre cannmon.
i and the gun and the
Same up and told
| ench girl was engaged
e Germans. He called
tionlst and wanted
Wi what we had done to
'eartroop are peculiar
Like to fight and then
t into a little estaminet
I and asked for four
Ine. The proprietor was
e at first but he quickly
dashed down to the cel-
i hllJit back a very special
iwsute wine. It wure did
spent the night In a
and next day reach-
where he was picked up
ncl h and brought --ck

r Engineer
d For City
oPOration will have a
gleer for a limited
4 ,39rcmmendation of the
Water Emergency
decided upon at Wed-
'S adjourned meet-
by the Council.
te at about three
-uesdAay afternoon and
to Wednesday afternoon
Satfecr another hour.
Bthe consulting engin-
."inldad Guardian, un-
mS~be required with
the city's water supply.
utotitte recommended
ration should Imme-
fr wo engineers.
Will deal chiefly with
twoposts that have
Itw the engineering 'se-
S considerable length
ure the services of a
Mcure of a
Oftgneor from abraft.
E. iMi s published in the
on Thursday re-
when a taxi is at the
k r at a Ipblic stand
1l. except for good
lain standing by or
Avby o

Britain's Food

Outlook Bright
LONDON. June 9 (Reuter) -
oinme good news about Britain's
food position was given the
House of Commons today by
Colonel Llewellyn, the Minister of
He said that plenty of food was
On the way from the Mediter-
ranean from Palestine. Spain and
Sicily, dried fruit from Turkey
and Cyprus and more oranges
from South Africa. Canada was
sending apples.
The cheese ration was going to
be increased, and later on there
would be more sugar for !am-
making. There had been a big
Increase In dehydrated vegetables,
,and the fish trade would soon be
selling dehydrated herrings, and
there would also be more ki;bers
on sale.
On of the drawbacks In the
statement was that the milk ra-
tion will be reduced in a few days
from four to three pints. As 1
result of last month's frost there
would be a shortage of home-
grown fruits this year.
The Minister said that big
stocks of food had been built up
in preparation for Invasion diffi-
culties, but so far there had been
no call made on thest reserves.
He disclosed that Britain was
suDDlying United States troops
with many foods including vege-
tables, milk, coffee and Dreserves.
One result of the careful ration-
ing of food supplies had been a
general Improvement in the
general health of the nation.
The Food Minister Dredicted a
world food shortage after the war,
and laid that arrangements
had been made by the Govern-
ment to buy up all surplus beef.
mutton and lamb. as well as dairy
products of Australia and New
Zealand for the next four years,
and had also made arrangem, ts
to take 6,000,000 worth of Cana-
dian bacon.

U.S. Base Personnel
Aid Convent Fund
Contribution of $1,171.,1 Sy US. Army.
Navy, Marine and Defen:e workers helped
t(., send the Convent Relief Fund up to
$45 4706.37.
Amounts received Yesterday were as
Already aeknowledgtd .............. 43,963.87
Mr. lone Francescl.i ,.. .. .. 20.o
Mr. and Mrn. Neville Gluillany 6o00
M rs. Ida Clullliany .. ... ...... 5.00
A 8ympathlaer .. .. ...... 5.0
Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. de siouza 25.oo
Captain M. Coslelioo, M,B.S .
and Mrs. Coitllo .......... o
Co0lleld by the "Trlnld.d
Mil. M. Masy ............. 5.0(0
Mr. and Mrs. Guy d< Pom.
pig anl ........ 0.o0
X. C. Pulpile of Mayaro
Government School . 1.80
The staff of Shiell Le.ehuolds
Disrlbuling Co.. Lid:
Mr. A, tore" ........... 10 on
Mr. D. J. Morgan ,6. -.00
Mr. F J l es ............. 00
Mr. F. G. Willson 1000
Mr. A. M. O'Mrlen .. 20.00
Mr. 0. A. Orsiln1l ........... o00
Mrs. T. Johnson ............ 1000
Miss, Ponawa .............. 6.00
Mr. A. X. do Silva .......... 3.o0
Miss N. Chy Pow ............... 2.o1
Mils B. Ale n ............... 1... 'o
Mr. C. W ildron ................... 2.00
Mr. A. Martin .................. o00
Mils L. F Pablen ................ .100
MISS Y. Dash ..................... 100
Mr. 0. Bait ........ 1 00
Mr. A. D. de Silva ........... 1.00
Mr. R. A. A otintn ............ 1.00
Mr, M. Cihlngtoon ................ 1 .00
Mi D. Ross ................ 1.00
Mr F. singulne u ................ 1.00
Mr. r. X. rerpA ............ 1.00
Mr. V. A de 1 ... .... 1.00
Anonymous ... .30
Contributed by the Amnerlcan
Army. Navy and Del'jice
Workers 1,171.13
Collected by Mr. Cecll Oonz lte:
Anonymous .. ....... . 0.00
Mr. anid Mrs. Frlunk
Marquez ....... .......... ..25 00

Tol i ..






* $7.65


The manHsA teU t, hb-w
hi, the swift adMase eof t
Fifth Army tee, tbe eaptwe
of em&

W.I. Awards

In Birthday

Honours List
LONDON. June I (C0).-The
following residents of the West In-
dies other than Trinidad, received
award In the King's Birthday hon-
ours list:
C.B.E.-The Hon'ble Robert
Beacraft Barker, nominated mem-
ber of the Legislative Council, Ja-
maica; businessmaun, former in-
spector o~f schools, ex-chairmman
Board of Governors, Institute of
Jamaica, member. Jamaica Schcols
Commission and other educational
committees; for public service; Mr.
John Hadley Wflkimon member
of the House of Assem ly and of
the Executive Committee, Barba-
dos, businessman, for public services.
M.B.E.-Major Aldington Oeorge
Curphey, Jamaica Medical Corps.
Mr. Enos Louis Jack, Jamaica; Mr.
Raymond Norris, Secretary to the
Comptroller for Development and
Welfare in the West Indlea.
SColonial Police Medal for merl-
torlcus services-Charles William
Pantry, Superintendent of Police,

Ramsay Sees

Climax Of War

LONDON, June (AP)--Admiral
Sir Bertram Ramsay, Naval
Commander-in-Chief of the
invasion forces, in an Order of the
Day to the Allied Naval Expedi-
tionary Force on the eve of the
invasion called it the "climax of
the European war."'
The order said: "It Is our url-
vilege to take part in the great-
est amphibious operation In his-
tory-a necessary preliminary to
the opening of the west front In
Europe which, in conjunction with
the great Russian advance, will
crush the fighting power of Ger-
"Our task, In eontunctlon with
the merchant navies of the
United Nations and supported-by
the Allied air forces, Is to carry
the Allied Expeditionary loroe to
the Continent, to establish them
in a secure bridgehead and to
build It uo and maintain It at a
rate which wi!l outmatch that of
the enemy.
:Let no one underestimate the
magnitude of this task. The Ger-
mans are desperate and will re-
sist fiercely umtil we out-
manoeuvre and outfight them,
which we can and we will do.
"I count on every man to do his
utmost to ensure the success of
thli great enterprise which Is the
climax of the European war."

Mr. Lindon To Be
Labour Adviser
The Secretary of State for tVe
Colonies has approved of the sec-
ondment of Mr. A. G. V. Lindon,
Industrial Adviser, to the poet of
Labour Adviser to the Comptroller
for Development and Welfare, the
Information Office announced last
He succeeds Mr. F. A. Norman,
who is retiring shortly on account
of ill health and was secretary for
Labour In Jamaica and previously
an assistant secretary in the Bri-
tish Ministry of Labour.
Mr Lindon, who Is 52 and was
born In "ondon, came to Trinidad
in 1938 when the post of Industrial
Adviser was created in place of
the Secretaryship for Labour which
was filled by Mr. Howard Nanki-
Begining life as a London dock
labourer, Mr. Lindon was from
1917 to 1938 In th; British Minis-
try of Labour and at the time of
his coming to Trinidad on a
year's contract, was a Class III
Conciliation Officer.
Since coming to Trinidad Mr
Lindon has served on several com-
mittees and Is now chairman of
the Board of Industrial Tralnll.
lie was a member of the Trinidad
delegation at the recent West In-
dian. Conference in Barbados and
subsequently attended the Interna-
tional Labour Conference at Phila-
delphia as an adviser to the British

Cyclist Dies After
Road Mishap
Vincent reatco. a cyclist of II
Colvflle Street, died from sawvr
head sjnursa at the Oonolai
Hcital after being knocked down
In a coUllon with a private motor-
car on the BUjm'n Main Road
near the Cogonut Growers' AMs-
ciation Factory, Lventllle.
The collision, the oislce report,
took place at abost T e o'lo k On
Thursday evening. The motor-car
was driven In an mutelis dime-
tioln while the cyclst was travl-
line east to west.
Franco ws emploepd at William
Poarty'l furniture department
anwd was the Soomatma r o5 the
5th Port-of.pa1e 3 tW.A the
Special R v Pow he attaled
the rank 05 eegesat.
vnrSg oiwotto
LQUDOON, Wm. C (Botter) -
The Mabaralah of Kaihmi?, visit-
ed Oxfted today > Sir. HUtes ThaiasM. He men the
Morris Motors fsiv wher he
eaddrwM -TW t MUas sMB
I~lw In llmha hal
lutch at the factr ayd lat r
viatted Afl lMi' Omiga waior he
laid aS,


Fierce Battles Taking Place

In Caen Area Of France
em ta e flank 01 iry crept up on a C~sutd-a pest-
*tIe 25-m ile bescabead tim atonepointand uni tv
b ea.t between Ura. )M4 4li, fields and spe withwh~c arM-3
sMl Jhya.. ,Mt, t up the bU-roum The --aim
'W t 5a" SUthWwt 5 3t ftyx. Germans witra:w after t hean-114
AwM oop at oon wMat iu ring In direction of Cam.
Wi apm ur" M he aS "ts # .. hig Brittthe commA told i
aR attunro that British and CanaaB
forces eld the initiative an t ft ?
SUMrka.t ( 1B o S Whie im to- beachhead front and they were do- -
TM 0900 w= wb e I a nw inteIded-angag W htO RaIs d
mMile ltand f.t S onti German rees ba t- NOW NTW
wb= 4 hSlWte two lW m Itr in- tem a the next phas- of th TO TRINRD IB
divmisouc OWr t Syng bob tthat Invalsio operation builds up. M NI
sUtro poult d win OWt.I. (Rupert Dunnett, B.B.C. re- --
NZ .rter ld lest night that the
NAZI W O OVMA.SUT6 magnificent fighting of the Ca- ZIPPBRS (Reconditioned)
The heodrI r at mmniaque M idlans has been singled out for EDS SPRINGS -
Ulse It o a the t Mt = praise bY General isehowet. It FURNITURE
wers lttnt" their t heayy Wcr was revealed that the Third Ca- (New and Reconditioned) ,
Into action and that the Oermam nadlan Division Is In Normandy. PIECE GOODS and REMNANTt
had not been able to out watch It. It s made uo of men from all NAILS and PIPE
It was disclosed that the Alles g thW of the Dominion hIne uding TOOLS Fnarm and House)
,bave taken ,5 to ow00 ptwouhs and units and French Ca- OOVERNMENT SURPLUSES
since the invasio began ud1an. Then Third Division was NEW and USED CLOTHING
[In t ar y *_ of mi, bUled In 1 0 and arrived the GOVRNMENT and CIVILIAN
landings, I it reports, the eno- followinit year in Britain where SHO s
mv id two heavy gus ttaonid it has gone through a long course Commissilon Agents write at once
on the entire beach area and of the toughest training. This o10 Deortment p for Information
their Are fora time was extreme- 1 the first time it has been under
ly u asant but tm Some fire. Mnadian narachute troops TRANS-AMERICAS
u~e~hi~cls a tn are also in Normandy. Te TRADING CO.
vehicles, tanks and jesl so te went over in the first airborneT NG CO.
rin t and e 0heJit tSta of the assault on 1D Day"). 261 South Street. New York 2.
rising tide some of the men New York, USA,
swam in too. In the early Parachute Landing We IMPORT DEER. PIGS and
morning an officer arrived at ad- P u n WE I. GS and
v.ince headquarters and reported Was Most Successful OSCELOT SKINS
that one of the batteries had been SUPREME ALLIED HEADQUAR -- --- -
knocked out and that the other TRS, June # tAP) A High
had surrendered. Dunnett sayS command report of the entire
that these batteries were all the Anglo-American airborne invasion i
defenses that the German had operation said today ttat Amer.i-
on this sector and experts de- can parachute troops dropping into
cribe the beach obstacles as lels the Ste. Mere-Eglise sector In
difficult thin they had expected France, below Cherbourg, carried
them to be. German aircraft out the most successful airborne
were conspicuous by their ab- operation in war history and only ",
sence. There was however. light about two per cent of more than A
anti-aircraft fire as protection 1.000 R.A.P. and U.S. planes on
against, the landings and the "D Day" was lost.
'planes were seeking them out.] New and secret devices enabled
Canadian and British have Joined the parachute troops to land on
forces for a co-ordinated assault on designated places even through
Caen, pivot city at the eastern end layers of clouds.
of the combat zone. Ground has Other highlights of the opera-
been gained and the main German tions: Two hours after the landing
counter-attick hurled back In that some American parachute troops
sector, said Supreme Headquarters. were transporting themselves on
captured German equipment. One
BIG TANK BATTLE glider landed on top of a house
Feld d t tol f.anadian on the Valognes-Carentan road
Fielddespati es told of Canadian and the troops clambered down to
tanks firing point-blank at 200 capture sleeping Germans in their
yards range into massed German ibeds.
formations. These despatches des- T'e drops were made on a far
cribed the tank battle as biggest larger scale than contemplated
Yet and the Germans said hand-tO- even by the Germans and many
hand fighting is taking pkIce in times the numbers usec by Nazi.
Caen. at Crete were employed.
German reports pictured the Al- Both the Americans and British
lied beachhead as more than 10 used gliders in daylight on "D Day"
miles deep at places, iwlth small losses. The Germans
While the guns roared along -the had to give up using gliders I
front, Allied warships roamed up Crete because of sei -e losses. t.-
and down the coast as roving ar- Pathfinders used by the R.A.P. j
tlllerv spotting German pockets and the V.S. Air Force aided the % 3 20
and strongpoints. landings and some parachute troops
Deteriorating weather again fell were on the ground five hours be-
on the Channel, but headquarters fore "HHour". TheAmercans spent i
said the wind was in a more fa-. two years planning the operations
vourable dfre, Ion for unloading and the US. troops trained with
streams of supplies and reinforce- the British for many months.
Field despatchs disclosed tltt Infantry Were Marvels
the British and Canadian landings Of The Invasion
on "D Day" were In the region of
Berniers at the mouth of the Orne LONDONi. June 9 tReuter) A D O
River and north of Caen. Bernlers stirring account of the first few
Is In Allied hands, hours of the fighting on the Inva- A P REY TO
[A Rauter correspondent ,YSy sion beaches was given tonight In F"'L R E TO
that with ships unloading and a south of England village by a
ships coming in to unload the burlky Canadian, Lieut. W. H. nay-
sea looks like a vast harbour, lor, of Toronto, who has Just re. Y RO
Weapons, ammunition one'. sup- turned from the Normandy battle-*
plies are pouring Inland and front.
dumps have been established. In- He said: '"The beach obstacles out
land, where only a few hours ago were very difficult. A goodly num. F MAY GET IT
sa..ers were at work clearing ber of landing craft were -wn o
mines, the roads have now been up. Some had their bottoms ripped If your gums bother you-if they're
opened up to traffic and supplies off and there were a number of tender or bleed wren you brush your
are moving along the roads In wreckee craft on the beaches. The teeth-watch out! You may be getting
orderly fashion. Aircraft of beaches were littered with them, dread Pyorrhoes with its soft, unsightly
Transport Command are drop- Tank landing craft had their doorsn gums and loosening teeth.
ping ether on field hospitals, blown off but sill ot their ar Start right away to guard against
However, the weather still re- ashore I did not see one that dd Pyorrhoe this tested Forhan's way.
rriins a very serious feature of not get rid of its load."
rilns a very serious feature of Lieut. Naylor said that the hn- ,Massage gums and clean teeth twice a
the operations. Heavy Oerman fantrv covered themselves in ,lory d*ay'wi h Forhan's Tooth Pante-D.-4h
coastal defence guns north of Despite handicaps, despite obsta-oy dentiire containing Dr. R. J.
Havre which can range to some ces. thev swarmed uo the beaches Forhan's special antl-Pyorrhoea astrin.
extent over the area in which and stormed pill-boxes in a way gent. RceA citliral tests prove that
tihe Allied .hips are opetating, that will live forever as one of *9'% of Pvorrhoea-threatened caes
require-and are getting- fre- the most outstanding marvels of 'show marked improvement after only
ouent naval bombardments to the invasion. .30 days of this simple treatment.
keep them quiet. T,.o French i See your dentist regularly. And sta
cruisers, Montcalm and Georges Rommel Takes ?odaey to use Forhin's for bAudiful
Leygues, are part of the task m tooda tOuseetF ;sprki o h and healthy, vborous
force supporting Gen-..l Mont- Preona1 Command spg ht v
gomery's men.] NW YORK. June 9 (AP) The "71rW u Wur t*1 fti $0
CiNADIANS FIGHT Lisbon radio M id today that Field I m W i
Marshal rrwln Komme., Comman-
Ross Munro. Canadian Press cor- der of the anti-invasion Gertnan '14
respondent with the Canedlan sol- Army group, had left his head.
diers, wrote today that several P aone a dh ,
sharp actions developed on this ?r In Passume dconmman4 "per V7
front toetiv a the Germans in- nl toasumecomn 'Pr
front torI as the German s In- sonallys against Allied forces ad- S S/ Ah>eyflXQ
creased their pressure along the vaclnc In Normanndy. Over t' e
whole Bayeux-Caen line. At one Oerman radio Romnel was des-
point, a German battle group with cribed as looking as though he had
strong armour broke into e Ca- littlee sleeat for two days.
nadlan lines but were thrown off The Marshal was quoted as sav- iVM.
br counter-thrusts. 'Ing: "I know my boys will do their
Gunners nf anti-tank and field utmost to drive the A gao-Amern-

and Ceinadian tank joined in The 13k Is hard."
*le fight. Elements of. at least -- --
two Panzer divisions are be NAZIS CONFER
InK engaged by British and C- STOCKHOLM. June 3 (AP) -
nadian force along this Bayeux- Von Ftlkonhorst and 21 Nat
Caen highway and even fiercer night- generals held a two-day eonfr.
Ing is expected when the m7iln ence In slo beginning june 2,
forest meet. lthe Pre Norwegian Legation re-
During the night. German infav-IporteA,. ..
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BSta Of Trinidad
|XCIAWENCT the Acting Gvernor extertallud Mr. A A.
ye Director of Public Works is Britishl Glaa. Coumaadlr
Widgea t -AtMr. Robert 0. Croi sbto =iStsoverneaum t
5t Thiroday. tAter in Ute evesntM ConMawa Gene Tueay
~ Georgole Ksibw LuL.Col.. C. Henderson anr WIE.
s=Uder Hargreaves. who stayed at Qoveament House o e*aigt
Afta aIu *''

!j, owner gu---- 0 0
.' an A. P. rPUMMER celebravIted their lixth wedding
#la"Net sr on Thurscdy evening with one of the nicest parties
a attded for a ong tm e. The function was al9o to celebrate
I Birthday and that of M.is Dorothy NOurce.
orchestra played for dancing and some of the guests put on
Sival costumes and played "old mask." Mrs. Plimmer served a
sius buffet-supper and the usats remained until after.3 am.
Among those invited were Mr. and Mra. "Jingles" Gill, Mr. and
L Robert Sutherland. Senor Carlos Rojas (ths Venezuelan Conwul)
Senora ReijMs. Mrs. C. Permuy. Mrs. Terry Banfleld. Mr. and Mrs.
lUm MaiAgot, Miss Elma Marquez, Mrs. Carmen Frasemr. Mra. Luke
tock Ensign K. Perry, Mr. and Mrs. W. Sullivan. Leut. John
toU, ileut. Cracaliki. Lieut. John Cusard and Mr. Eric Solis.
F3W of his friends entertained Mr. Harold Cole. the new assistant
manager of the Singer Sewing Machine Co.. on Saturday evening.
i party first gathered at Mr. and Mis. J. E. Gomnez' home for cock.
. ad then went to the dance at the Trinidad Country Club.
T1e party Included Miss Zena and Miss Elaine Gomez, Miss Sybil
t. MisSoara Hutchinson, Mr. Jeffrey Stollmeyer. Mr. Tonv May,
SDaphne Fitzwilliam, Mr. Philip Thomas, Mr. Terrence C'Brien,
* Doreen Goellnicht, Miss Betty Wells, and Mr. Felix and Mr.
'4 tli ,.k,

"world and his wife," as the saying goes, attended the dance
at the Trinidad Country Club on Wednesday evening.
During the evening there was community singing of patriotic
3o for 15 minutes in commemoration of King's Birthday.
A collection of $213 was taken for the Red Croms. The door prizes
two trips to Tobago were won by Flight-!,ieut. ,Wech and Mrs. H.
de Freitas.
Among those I noticed there were Lleiut.-Col. Eraskine-Lindop.
mander and M'rs Donald Lindsay, Mr. and Mim. Rex Brooks,
t.-Commander Sannderson and Mrr. Sanderson Capt. R. Prellor,
SDickile Frnimp on. Capt. C, C. Brooks. I.eut. Barry Bai-on, Surgeon
ut.-Commander R. Hand and Mrs, Hand. Pay Lieut. Bowdltch and
B owditch (',Commander and Mrs. Darlow. Mrs. Edna Glegg, Miss
i Rohberts Mr. and Mrs. Andre Coiussement. Miss Louise Cipriani.
ptaIn and Mrs T. Cavaghan. Miss Joan Marsden l.ieut. Brendan
Htelloe. Miss Gwen Rutsell-Hoiise. Missa ara liitchinson, Mr. and
r Bertle Evelyn Mrs Walton. Commander P Wilkinson. Miss Rita
nacent Miss Daphne Fitrwilliam, Miss. F.laine Gomez, Major Geddes,
ism Didi Fraser. Mi.s Joan and Miss Denyse Huggins, Miss Jean
ning and otheis,. too niinreirout to mention.
Tomorrow evening. Mr. P. Vieisa. the secretary, tells me It Is
Ihie that theo menihers who go to the club will have an opportun-
of seeing a world-wide relehritv who is on a visit to Trinidad and
Swill say a few words to them.
R OT..T.TF F1'ANDEP.A artlvitie. director of theF' 0. ('t. w(h a
so satisfied with the performance of "I.and of the Calypso" at
I 1f50 on Thursday evening that he donated to Mr. Charles
pinet, treasurer of the Tiinidad Presa ('Ihtb $25' out of his own
ket tn be divided smonc the rast.
Arranniements .are eing made hv on nf the e'renatloi officials
Stage the show at the N A S hase at Chagiinataiis shortly. and in
r meantime the show will he going t So n Fernando) on Wildnesdav
nr two performrnancei one a matinee at 43o0 p.m. and the other at
30 p.m.
It'S. Signal C'orp rhr,(nto iaphers to,-k plietures of each scene dui Ing
the performance on Thursdav.
OVER station WRUI:, on Wednesday nilht an announcement was
v made to the effect that Mr. Cail Agotitni. who is in the United
States. paid a short visit to th( West Indian Radiio Newspaper office
In Washington recently.
IN an effort to raise, $2000 fur the Red Croms Special Invision Appeal,
the impeisial Censorship is planning variouus activities in the near
iurr. Amrnon these is a iong and pianoforte tecital which is of
autl hih ilatnditd thud it ihthould appeal to lover!, of good iir',is.
The concert, which will take 1.!aice a the Roval Vic'toria Institutei
an Friday, June 18. will f.atlir Mi.u Lynette ( uiyson me .o-sopi aln,,
singing in english, Frrnch and German, with Miss Ma gniut ('.
Pobertfnn accompanying, and Mr Fitied C Rothe
Admission will f,' 'y itrosgiinie. now on s(il atth r ( .-hn.r-Avp
ofrcep, or from any imbniber of the Censorship stall for $1.
C 5
Mr .T1. H IPLEiTT, a C.inadian oil driller in service A ih the' T.[' P.
C,at Paoin S c left for his hnone in l'etrolia, On at to, a few
dav.':y nmon n a holiday of ahont thiee nimonths, Mia. F'tt and thriir
I "o : .- 'r, r. Helen and .A ty, hayvc been in ('anada for some tinie,
arid 'I F-I'. tl will nnv join thrin.
k-y the same (iiir'iltunity Mtr. Sndi, Htm-'ey,, ai.iu of the Heath
Camp, let tor C.'e1ada tiei home is also in Onlarui", Mrs. la.wy,
who was the schooltItatress of the Beach-Canip I'rlate school, is not
tpctd to iturn o o Trinidad.
THOSE Who have tickets are reminded of the dance to he held at
S the Prince's Building tonight by the Chinese members of the
Hioly Trinity Cathedral in aid of the Building Fund of the Morvant
I EC. school,

7Pr. TIpin S tot T'rnni, ('lub gave a cminematogilaph ,how on
T'i-i'r'*dui' e i'n'n in in thr ,clubronm in alid of the I V-1e i t ',rnisndod ChA l ia award. R.N V R .ave his 4erviiem fiee
with the opc-'ration of his nichlne and th tlnism "'The HBattle for
Ruselti ''ndi "The R battle of n trittin."
Ah'in p rorron were present and thi'L. ir., lildeid niman\n iflelds
people fro-n Apex and Point Ft'tinn. 'The taikings for the fund were
We "niragior.

Dry Hair 11 'Permed' Needs

Very Special Attention
To etMw wmt eW kemp ow here d ghms u b YwMoeo ym UM
speciaL eahe erte Met r sIt ial ine m for n.t
of womn wIth dry scalp eoftionm
l1st ofl uaeteim exuwil. takr*----- .0
toU adof hair beauty, hme y wi tot- i T -
dry brittle nat which do" not take New Ideas For
an dressing Sandwiches
Too few women have bothered mazidwlt wre senojiOm a wg-
to buy the perfect scalp alds-such cc manm go f tr aternoon ta In-
u a tonic for dry condition and a stead of sakes and Mav be filled
pomade cream for dressing the dry with any kind of left-over meat or
,nds of the hair. These are nee. fish; either thinly sliced or hoped
lary and care should be taken fin s, alt, pepper ai mustard
your selection of them. being added.
Do not get scalp tonic high in Here are a few more filling:
alcohol content. Get one which is ZOOS-Hard boiled, mashed and
a blend of refined oils and us It made Into a paste with a little but-
daily, but use It sparingly as you ter, blackpepper and alt. a little
are directed to do. Each night part chopped or lettuce.
the hair every Inch and annoint CUCUMBER.-Thinly iced. with
the so.ilp with a bit of the tonic on a little white or black pepper and
fresh cotton, salt sprinkled on top.
Then spend several minutes mas- AVOCADO PEARS (when in sea-
saging your scalp with your fing-rs. son)-Cut in thin slices with pepper
Your scalp should be loose enough and msalt sprinkled Aver slices.
to "wiggle" under the pressure of BOILED SHRIMP (when obtiIn.
*he fingers. A tight scalp is an ailing able)-Made into a paste with a
one and until it Is loosened It will little butter, pepper and salt.
not supply your hair with needed PEANUTS-Minced and pounded
notrlshment. into a paste with butter, pepper and
After ths tonic application brush salt. ____________
your hair-from the scalp out In ----
nice rhythmic strokes. Wipe the roda ys D a
brush after every few strokes on a v s r

cl'an towel. mThen, befcre setting
your hair greasy--which you do not
cream dressing or pomade. Again
be sparing, Too much will make
your hair greasy which you do not
want. Wear a ribbon band or net
to b'd and in the morning your
hair will be lovely.
I If you are diligent you will fol-
low the above procedure two or
three times a w-ek for two weeks.
Then you many wash your hair,
using a good liquid soap shampoo.
After It is thoroughly dry brush
it for five minutes and again apply
the tonic and pomade as usual
and then set yo r hair.
You will br free of dandruff,
your permanent will last longer
and look nicer, and your hair will
have a healthy gloss. Then, too, if
your scalp Is sufficiently lubricated
you will find that your face skin
will not dry and flake as it dots
when your scalp is excessively dry.

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Dance at Trinidad Country Club. BRU L CHESt | Tdav n- .- - I --- i |M
Fred McMurray and Jhn esmle a
Tomorrow J|Tohnny^r l ~ l 0" % ^ W03 er" An
Claudette Colbert in Nancy Relly in
Dance at Portuguese Associrwation. L A SSIEWHAT A WOMAN TARZAN'S DESERT MYSTU |
*Extra: Cootie Wi~llams and Extra: Donald Dos Laugaf
FoanceaPortuguEense Lsoito5 Orchestra British News,
Forthcom ing Events *cfluA-^ - * *^ ^ ^ i I ni~iiiiiiiiiiiiii M iiiniiiii i if iiUU I iu aniiii i lm millipmi. ^fuh ,IullU.
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"Intoxicatlon," Empire Theatre. _m _m _u ___ ___ __ ___ ___ ___l hel + iilatre,___________ ___________"liIlil
Wdnesdaya, June 14, 8.30 pm. iiiiiiinillllN
Song and pianoforte recitalTEds'a 0au
Royal Victoria Institute, Friday, r n5 Todv",at 9 30 am. N I Today. .t ,..
June 16. Soon-I Soon-E GET ALONG RHTodH a*M IN
Jue ___ 6. oon-4I4" eM P1944 LITTLE DOGGIEYAL RHYTHMIN-
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Overolls For Gordening MStage Show) (Stage Show)
With "Victory" gardens a neces- CONTINUING TODAY, ot 4.45 nd 845
sity as wll as a vogue, some of the O STDYWINGi 8 *i
older women who are cultivating NOW SHOWING * And Over The Week-end
them are hesitant about getting 5 Tvi OvR T K ( P DiEN
Into the work cloth's that are re- AND CONTINUING OVE THE WEEK END (By PUBLIC DEMAND)
quired if you are to be comfortable j
while you work. It may be hard to ; | ORSON WELLES OS RochesterE" nd
don overalls unless you sememb-'r a S tORS tNrs JOA F AE a "oces i nd
that comfort and efficiency are = JOAN FONTAINE os "Jone
essentials for success and appear- bout which J
anc- really doesn't matter. "
____ __ ~William Allan White a e
said: ae~ue
g r a m m e saidane:8
S" If I had but one Gift that I could give to everyone In this 9.
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IH ,wv AP P Y LAND'' I Extroa-British and Movietone News
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"ip^. -- "-S~ ^Q l~^ hsi c"rpeetdbyhg AIE T nlh I-( at 8dot p ~.-
Pano Qi, artet ifimna i ruim Hm.n Today, at 1.3 0 .m-.
Y rna for Yanks Toiht83 ~.
WeLoveSAFETY IN NUMBERS and Tomorrow at I A
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titiNews rtJa, Today at 4.45 & 3.45--
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------rn--- MIrg, Bria[ t re n arh a d Ve o ia"a e
___________________________ _ | (2) GAY (Action.)To many, the Idea of Anvasio = G-
Hit Parade ha been rempresented by a huge G A I E T ISan F'do.)
Unit Bag landing force, a series of fierce
-ArDa NationalRomDance battless and ultimately, a tril- Today at 9.30 a.m.-
_-- ....... 5 iumphast march Into Ger- at 9.309a m.-
)k Reporter ew, many. For those who have TWO LATINS FROM MANHATTAN. end
at Home I]A#in RhtthnuaS -thus over-simplified the prob-
re Dn TimeIM The Timeliest MARCH OF TIM lena Involved. this film will MYSTERIOUS
ihv r prove extremely dealing.
h=MARCH OF"TIME'S"INVASION" will give you a new slant on
S.the magnitude of the Job and you will realize just how many f Conno
amin street N-viurn'. arrangements had to be made when you see the extent and C nuing Today and Tomorrow at 5 & 8.30
a ivai'etv of preparations for the Invasion which Is shown In
thisfilm.- Fredric March and Veronica Lake in
rine-A elerv hour annd important S n hl
ftcn~dle s 11CMP~le Amricn istisfim
ohatl, is incoImpete. AmerIcan ilifla TODAY- 1.15 Matinee-(I) SUN VALLEY SERENADE I MARRIED A WITCH
I~~~~~~~~~ =i1 1miiui o morstCs.
?rit1di'e (2) GAY CABALLERO (Action.) ,
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TODAY 445 & O8..'" P.m-- IALTO 5 TA IL M PIN "
2 Amazing Action Attractions. .."'AY at 5 & 8.0 p.m 0p-TqDAY 1.15 MATINEE- ,TODAY 1.1 MATINM
A ewInia Pctr_:- a IN THE NAVY and" SING ME A LOVE 0*i
1st lions Massey, Jon Hall, Peter A New Indian PlctuEAN-M- E ,OV E S
loraMasse, ion Hall..i Peshr=SON OF ROARING DAN MYSTERY HOUSE
Lov I:- -- Iesol a
INVISIBLE AGENT and 4, Bhedi Treshol .30 P.M.- 4.4 .3t1P.M.s-
2nd Johnny McBrown, Bob Baker--A-i TNew__--- i1-Douleb FI Me
Sun. & Mon-Betty Grable In:-

TONIGHi at 8S8 2 i101--. 31 ll .-
Metro Goldwyn Mayer Takes Pride U. 11-- a
In Presenting: %
Norms Shearer, Leslie Howard, I
Basil RaBthbone & Reg. Denny i-
(A Brand New Print)
Special Added Att:,actlons.
Tomorrow 5 & 8.30 p.m The Sex- PLTS "ANE MM s
sn'. Biggest Hit:- B MORISON AISH AM
UP IN ARM S ..... L 0 N .
L TODAY, 1.15 p mI.
____________ _-BOB GAINES of U.S.A. L RIMA ,, GL.SAIO PM.-_
-_.__OGINE___ __ -..A.TODAY 4.30 & 8.0- i.
,- m "u Bookings for W.B. SMASH HIT!, i
9nopftesat. e Pandg, RCargo stIp tomat RMEBE"be-R
the Ui.ted Kindom&adM .arta "SOMETHING TO N U
Ww tadtlM. "fltmsh Ouaua. amUl tO i
*t ~. -..-,, REMEMBER"' 'I I ^t y'
TIsht.m lm5 ,, I1-74 south Qua,, OF THE YEAR"
Starts on Starrtng Ida Lupine, PauMl pen-i
M ERiilllllllllI iii HAiNiiiiiii iiiiiiiIiill. tMONDAY, .19th JUNE, reid, Nany Coleman, A ded ,
ALLIED MERCHANIBox Seat 5.00 Sun.-The Sinatra Show!
NAVY CLUB SINGING .,,.,,.',. .,-....--iiNB i m am
NATIONS, COMEOV V W m ana Fermia
--- Over 40 Pretty Girls AT 1.3 P.M.-PENROD'S TWIN sBoTHEr AI WbWI.
Saturday, June 10 A^pn4" atosT en AT H4 3.MAN P.- COMEDY (M30 1 :f)
CONTESTS P11OiA *T. A . PRESENTING LILY MAS S Rounds or t MinB. EIl. 'IWtiRA THOMAS yl1iwiiiminimImf iHm a
nhe management invites a p AT THE "tlInI.nII.....uu
interested nen of the Me-. Em pire Theatre i
Shnt Navy to comeo EM PIREs F a
and0 tak ar -and WED,. 2. t JUNE, E PImstm Sa Fem
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TI ON I 10144the GO o vzm rj or
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Tumnney Thi


.s Dempsey Is Greatest[

ssa Mauler'Would Have

uLouisIn 'Dream Bout'

.a. who CAM right Pm the United atet Marim
S bywv ht m lxog crown 17 years o, amd ttreotr
ingte t purple robes. of f stla ws leisurely he
Agbt business, thinks tat Jack Demypsy, the -Manss zm
ft have' ntoe out Joe Louis, Courrent title bolder, la
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It MM'

-I&le s to Camu'W-
w brgq t tii answer:
is the greatest of
Sbor I have
was womi el full of
..hb lep, saa what a
t susn eams the
U ta a Wttttong
boxinlg M* uet
U1 would hai won In
bit bes Jack Demp-
L wxouis ?
balved a sigh, stepped
smashed his mighty
his left palm, and
look that came over
gave one the im-
t. for that brief mo-
w nht have been In a
with the great
y ejaculated: "In my
s sty' e would havY
Of course this is
on ThiLt Sare lot.
the United States who
Joe Louis would have
but I thilra otherwise-
Dempsey twice and I
I leperfectly.
i s perhaps the hardest
Iae Sa has ever known,
|W lithe and very fast on
MIs the slow im movable
Sis easy to hit, everybody
,but he has a terrific
atuhh tfew can take.
IO knOw Louis gets fuddled
SIS hit hard, and it is on
S more than anything
at I concede Dempsey
e chance of knocking him
ik tif Joe Louis got I lthe
P" then anything ebuld
1M went on to say that
55 was possesed of an animal
e in that he could smell
gial's end was near, and
ntantly double up into
dynamo-a quality which
athletes have-and go in
Wader Tunney stated that
M ma easily the greatest of
I day boxers, and will be for
Fa after the war.
p has past his pinnacle, but
Rha enough In him to beat
M&wght in the fight IBusi-
T declared.
AM ut Billy Conn, what are
In a return bout with
replied that Conn or no
I ad a chance against
iy 7 !.Ais has passed his
Vt then you see it takes a
l-at least ten years-to
7,a heavyweight fighter and
A lot of nursing. Louis does
*ilate. He is a sane and
Person, and these are
ts that will make him
the title for sometime to
Sthis long discourse
19 and Louis, the man
himself twice beaten the
uer from Manasaa had
by accident mentioned a
Mt himself.
tked about himself. Tun-
tUy revealed that he
that he was a "bit
," while in the throes of
.Er in the bomb-scarred
*t rance-Somrne, Ver-
10eneral Pershing's A.EF.
4A Irish descendant like
hisa inspiration, and he
Mest dreamns-a shot at
M ht title was always
fld that he won many
06 army. and right after
to the U.S.A., he turned
beat a "real tough
Smaiden bout, and pro-
13 straight victories
0O. route.
b up the fistic ladder,
MMaled that Prance's
Utier was the tough-
he encountered.
had a terrific right
W, which hz used with
l iacy," Tunney said,
Scarcely a light heavy-

L about his historic
Jck Dempsey at Sol-
CiLlcago. and at Phla-
Wney stated that the
0 Why Dempsey did not
I Out was because, '"I did
bim to hit me."
questioned about that
-4 count In their second
Umney Jocularly remark-
Ifinalned on the canvas
Saneeded rest.
ney laid tribute
SWhich he said had an
we am which was much
Islands of the Aegean
j"salted some years ago
l centre at Scotland
V, ws the bst in the
P I the UJS. Navy was
Will witness bouts
.tO take place tonight
uHP of the U.S. Army,.
m will act as referee

i Running
On Sunday

dL trcr ,' claw
Staged an SundAy
il* be at T o'clock at
there Is expected to
c competing for bos-

Osf wet this rae last
i orit acand aOd
will not be elli
"ji UBmsdars race.
the crent ar* elwr.
I 'PoPulag walk.
be h" vaunder the

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Thriller From

Ste Crispin's XI

In one of the most thrilling
matches seen at Sangre Orande in
many years, St. Andrew's County
Cricket XI defeated the St. Cris-
pin's representative team by six
runs on Corpus Christi.,
A. Dottin, of the St. Crishpin's
team, played a grand knock, but
with his side's score at 73., Rupert
Tang Choon, Intercolonial ace.
clean bowled him; a run later had
R. Vance stumped out, and the
whole side was out at 74 in going
at a score of 80.
Tang Choon was the hero of the
He smashed up 17 runs top-score
In breezy style, as Jot Fernandez
(6 for 27) and other St. Crispin's
bowlers mowed down St. Andrew.
The visiting team were enter-
tained to lunch and tea at the resi-
dence of Mr. L. Thomasos, St. An-
drew County official, and Mrs.
Thomasos; and Mr. Luces, who was
responsible for arranging the inau-
gural match three years ago, was
in attendance.
Mr. Thomasos, speaking on be-
half of the St. Andrew committee,
suggested that this yearly fixture
should be played for a cup.

He said Thursday's match was
very exciting and at one stage he
had given up hopes for victory. He
praised Dottin's batting and Fer-
nandes' bowling.
Mr. F. G. Scott, secretary of the
St. Orispin's, congratulated Rupert
Tang Choon on his efficient cap-
taincy and said the teams seem to
be taking victory In turns,
L. Aqul, L. Thomas and A. Dot-
tin- three youngsters-showed a
great deal of promise and should go
far In the game, he remarked, and
Irtaldad selectors should keep an
eye on them.
Mr. C. Price. captain of St.
Crispin's, congratulated the winners,
while Mr. Tang Choon wished the
losers better luck next time.
Scores were:
ST. ANDREWS 80. L. Aqul 15, L.
Thomasos 13, R. Tang Choon 17;
A. Dottin 1 for 82, J. Fernandes
6 for 27 and H. Chapman 2 for 6.
ST. CRISPIN'S 74. J. Fernandes 9.
A. Dottin C' Pritce 12; Z. Lakan
4 for 18 and R. Tang Choon
6 for 19.

Dinner For Soccer
Players Tonight
Dinner in honour of the victori-
ous Trinliad soccer team which
toured Barbados a month ago, will
be held at the Queen's Park Hotel,
tonight starting at 7 o'clock.
Invited to take dinner along with
the team '7ll be majorr Courtneay
Rooks, IiA-COmmMader Charles
Hayward, Mr. W. Vincent Brown,
Dr. A. 0. Francis, and Mr. X.
R. James
The dinner rill be Informal

Cem tater Gei e T= -nwey. the ":ighthg arWt:," rreed heavye, ight boxing ehamplo' of the
world (thid from left) was inteviewed by "Tribidad Iuwrdlan" reortors oon after his arrival In
Trinidad k peeiaj f taier BrDtMIS Guiana n Thursday momisug, on a physical fitness inspec-
tien t4w .1 Uut M naval bae here.
Tmnui athugh O WAit 44 years, leehks togh eneugl, to kneork out many preset-day leathwr-
trwr. He was vwry much ta imesed with the ftness of U.S. fighting men In this Island. Look-
lug e Is ULUt. -Tiaothy Moe, of the U.S. Navy.-(U.S. Navy photo.

Invincible-Queen's Park 'A' Victoria Win

Bonanza Cricket Final Today Wong Lee Cu
. ... .. J

Invincible, holders of the Bonanza Pirst Class Cricket Cup 1940-43.
will make a big effort to take It away from Queen's Park "A" pre-
sent holders of the trophy, when they begin the 1944 final at the
Oval ';his afternoon.
Invincible have been termed 4---
"the team of the year" for their
spectacular victories this year.
In thir arly mtchestheySix-a-side K 0..
literally came from nowhere to
score five wins over rivals, and S re
then trounce the powerful Maple Hockey Series
side In no uncertain manner.
AsgaralU's century an S. Tomorrow
Ali's bowling stood ou in this O iO lOW
invincible won the cuD in 1940
when they brought e Radhays
from South and skittled out Maple in The "six-a-side" ko. hockey
the semi- final and went on to whip tourney, which differs slightly
East Indiana to take the trophy, from usual hockey, will be played
In 1941 they retained their on the St. James Barracks ground
championship and In :Ml9 kept the tomorrow, tarting at 4 p.m.
cup as the tourney was abandoned.
It will be a keen battle for hon- The game shall be played it
ours today judgingr by the per- accordance with the usual rule
formances of the teams in their of hockey, with the following ex
season's programme. ceptions:-
Following will represent Invlnci- I) The teams shall consist of
ble:- N. Sookram (Capt.), B. six players each, the formation o
Sookram, A. Dinoo. 8. M. All. J, the team being entirely optional
Jaokbir N. Asgaralli, M. de Souza, e. g. goalkeeper, two backs ant
H. Akal, H. Bedeshl J. Jattan, and three forwards, or kicking back
R. AIll rn two halves and three forwards, o
The following will represent any other arrangement desired.
Queen's Park: Victor Stollmeyer, (2) The duration of the game
Jeff Stollmeyer, F. Waller, H. rhal be two -rlods of six minute
Burnett, R. Wood. A. Murray. A. each with no interval, not moro
Trestrall. M. Quesnel, D. Gait aind than oneminute being allowed fo
K. Warner (12th man). iroalkeepers to chamse ends. Thi

The East Indian-Queen's Royal
College match left off some time
ago will be concluded today.
East Indian have scored 210 and
".R.O. 76 for four.

Rain Washes Out

Sports Meeting
Sports to be held at Skinner Park
aiN at Oouva Recreation ground
on Thursday were washed out by
The Couva meeting in aid of the
Child Welfare League was post-
poned to Sunday, June 18, while the
Skinner Park sports have been put
off to Sunday, July 2.
In the meantime Trinidad ace
cyclists and runners will keep in
their best form as tht third day
of the San Juan Club's spoAs will
be held at the Baratarla Oval on
Sunday, June 11.


see*.... C S 5C**S ._,
Completion of House Rate Book for the year from
1st January to 31st December, 1944
Notice Is hereby Riven, pursuant to the provisions of the Arima
Corporation Ordinance, that the House Rate Book for the year from
1st January to 31st December. 1944. Is now completed, and deposited
In the office of the Town Clerk and will be open during the office
hours threat to the inspection of all ratepayers without payment
of any tee from this date until the 22nd day of June. 1044.
N.B-Any owner who has not been served with an Assessment
Notice may, at any time not later than 14 day next after the first.
oublicatlon o this Notice, send In to the Council an objection In
writing to the annual rateable value at which his Premises are
assessed In the House Rate Book.
Tmwn Clerk.
Town Hall. Arimas.
2nd June. 1944.


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final shall be two periods of 10
minutes each. with a three-
minute interval.
(3) Penalty bullies will not be
awarded under any circumstances.
(4) The urjal offside rules shall
apply wi the substitu on O t two
Oponeteftit for three. I
(5) The winners shall be the
team scoring the greater number of
goals, or if these are equal.
(a) the team having the great-
er number of short corners
awarded them, or If these are
(b) the team having the greater
number of long corners awarded
them, or if these are equal.
(c) the result shall be decided
by the position of the ball at the
"Pull Time" whistle, the team in
whose half of the field, the ball is
situated being the losers
Note#-A goal scored as a result
of a corner, automatically washes
out that corner.
The draw resulted as follows:-
Casuals v Caribs-A: Shamrock
v Benbow--B; Police "B" v Police
"A"-C: Fleet Air Arm (byeI-D;
Hotspurs v Fleet Air Arm "B"i-
E;. Rovers "A" v Rugby C.ub-F;
Rovers "B" v I.C.T.A.-G.




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after mealr Take them aoordin to directrue.
'hey l-wa ke ip ar ter low of the:i man
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Trinidad Giuarian a rrewPUdend
toria Cricket Club of New Grant.
by defeating Ever- Ready C.C. on
Sunday annexed the coveted Wong
L'e Cup this year.
Batting first, Ever Ready, due to
the destructive bowling of A. Philip,
were able to score only 39 runs, he
capturing fiv wickets for 16 runs.
and was greatly helped by A.
B-ckles who bagged fou'- for 21.
Victoria replied with the required
number of runs <39) for the loss of
three wickets.
Topscorer for Victoria was Boo-
choon, 27 not out.

Vandeburgh Cup
Meeting Monday
Trinidad Guardian Correspondent.
LA BREA, June 8 The Vande-
burgh cricket committee under the
chalrman-aip of Mr. John Smith,
will hold their annual general meet-
ing at the New Jersey Club-room
on Moncity beginning at 7 p.m.
when matters of vital Importance
to the good and welfare of the as-
sociation will be discussed.
On the right's agenda will be
election of officers, fixing the date
on which the competition will be-
,gin, and the annual Vendeburgh
vs. Rahamut classic, appointment
of an umpires' association.
Amone the many clubs thathave
signified their intention to partici-
pate in this season's games are the
following :--
Brighton C C. Acme C.C., Si-
paris Rc ,id Sporting Club, Siparia
C.C., Everton C.C., Sporting Club
of U.B.O.T., Kern Trinidad Ol-
fdcid C.C., Sobo C.C.. Antilles Oil-
fields C.C., Oropouche C.C., and
Cruse Oilfields CC.
For further particulars In con-
nection with the competition clubs
are asked to communicate with Mr.
Hubert Oloudon or Mr. W. Sam-
uels of Brighton. Mr. W. Ramlal-
'.,cksingh of Antilles Oilfields, and
Mr. T. C. Gardiner of K.T.O.
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you of the maddening rritauion,
the day and night torture caused
by pile trouble. We tell you that it
YOU only start using Man Zan at
once It will stop the terrible pain
soothe d completely heal blind or
bteeding piles. Read Just these
two from a host of letter.
rU. M. A. Nmuneaton. wriee:-"Pi
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Ws reMommended to try Man ZuZ. and
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1.30 P M.
Instructed .y R. A. Slow, Esq.,
we will sell all his good ud p'clalh
designed Household k'urniture, etc..
such as--
Pair Cyp Single Beds, springs and
Mattresses, Gyp Lady's Mirrored
Dresser and Stool, Long Mirror in
Cyp Stand, Cyp Gents' Compactum,
Painted Cyp Lady's Dresser, Elec.
Hair Dryer, Round Hinging Mirror,
Crap. Hanging Press, Carved Cam-
phor Chest, Mirrored Medium Cabi-
net. Special Cyp Dining Table and
Upholstered Chairs, Cyp Sideboard,
Chin aDinner Service, Epodi Chin,.,
Silver Tea Spoons and Tongs, .P.
Thermos Jug, Thelrmos Ice jars,
and Flasks Cyp Tea Trolley wt"
Plat-glass Shelves, Cut and Bac-
cars Olass, Silver Inlaid Decanter,
lkec. Toaster, Single tot Plate,
Cyp Morris Settee and 4 Special
Chairs with Cushions, Cyp Stools,
Large, Medium and Strips Carpet.
Small and Large Cyp B ': Cases
with Glass Doors, Books, Brass-
ware, Cyp Writing Desk, Elec. Fan.
Letter 3'ale, 8-Day Desk Clock,
Alarm Clock, Chrome Desk Lamp,
Portable Phonograph and Records,
Ping 'ong Set and Table complete,
Singer Sewing Machine, five-Burn-
er Oil Range, Meat Sat 1001b Ice
Chest. Scale and Weights, Mincer,
Alum. Kitchen Ware, Lawn Mower,
Hose. Garden Tools Step Ladder.
Carpenter's Tools, 00 feet Poultry
Fencing, Deck and Folding Chairs,
Ferns inhangin w baskets. Etc.
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Ilnch o "lmaw06Wn. Builidd Reir to- Costles t Pa" W4 Fredeuick Streeatlep. Cor Telse- 1.200; 41 .40R a ll e II, Lstreet. SLANDSNmr PCapure2.-June lii surne.ib
ha^ amSSatuiM day alke SS 31 'WSU-MNIEWr (Dritenihp hgq5l Rent, Recoetrertlu Rom~al. Eme. rt ne. Poo~lan.. 13.Me. Apply Dr. 5. DoM t1.,00: () 4 (O3wmaljIW (-N3( ~5~~S~iP".!im*t?*i..*?' An lriy CetioEs JAMSS!',.-E
fe ^SSC~~~~yx soA^ ^^0 0"0^^ ww o^ffln-l 2^ brookp~ (prts.u^ t a%& ^ ^ ^ i =6 ;

of.?a S Aodr 's As^eaw 04 Or^res. C- n ^ ^ro Sedojsr r ?to
1 M' AAGIN. retl s eeus.OporieWal.SaoukResFeIade.July 3o brook part ftlmtgandp AwELAoanCa r w tede hn
a" A-k.pMaaeand1DA-oreingrediespnI POOT Strait. -Jose 13.DMUILDIG SITE aravaltmain GeorgeloLane.e:J w ttmtVa 51.ilm W"pOftamn-dal oe aSina gcut-bSt.Al edmoChuer

ts o sea be lnset e ay S plyt o Td u GCORNS. le I GROW ING Jo3t...S.NOI.. a...two..e... R pe. 4.. rnta tuSE an o SA.. w Ait o ly l igh Iast r en11e 1. po t b r ue s motree
SSo ld w "it hwoe MfiR.)WiNO 'ALS, CALLOUSES. AnC oli and)ty. p,,rtky. lavor. COift Ft. r FACIALe t street Apply 1o1* en M Pr 13.lH Applu E.aunster ntheR28 Cpth mte
ar asuch s n obtine mmtskis l ORDERS(C00"1t0). Dp -. Of of-Spit. -pdhone1ts.Ja.. 0403, o1?. C.M.lAND LAND at Victoria opportunnto
to eS 0Sis REDMRCK STREET (tow TransfesOLD UMBERILLAS MADE flEW emy IMOUSE AND LAN.D. So 10 o aS NI lisrriskg.bnFrnno ea atn red .1 t

tao W a tl a.m).ln PHOE:t alv LT TtUBI. 6. eN y VGarcia. Tbo HtO cltt -al lkV"t ya t.Atreet. S"aFtandee.rApply Cnarlisil .0 --A-e a Fernd A eT tofr o ae

Khir* uid he lre fUU. A I p p~l~ y 1-,To PI BODY eaa FACKTAAILH 2 m r f- or Mwnrlhv Pull Conice, "P on>e n 10.- For urthe ortieula*o appy t S'o Oe ll tll*'*ny"l .................. Eckele0 De9 t tri e tic
-o- -el s iparatus radiant. ttrar d.A- recovering. phone 364I4. 2I Pring Stree4 Pnmo l it- i u Co. M i Str"t-JUna, P Rea lnta"s ''arot l RA.'ut11Sp ,Price: S.750.00. AplyB. enoJsMh to slond
----frequency .- -June13 I TIANAVSTAsAt i RADT. s3 StTr e h situated C1 ari antsn sTtcks-'Ph mo.rtIEar. Main Road. TunttTpu aT. The toll ---
YMENT" Appy .-J on Jne 1
Ahre RCofffletagsaed toy at Tionea Ward of Mansllia.County R wdog 2 ti *a tsthft 1 I4.-un14S.sure.
rloH|VACANTIRE0T--Pne I8t, 9A9'I UI ULOCHPTERTUNIAT,"f "Ama F Poprtyil, on "Gradtst .........-H.erde;Wthu latey
~ B . - AECTERn formerly Doc totof he Rdlaoi Gtletr Real reP rocess Ofa lt. on eye. Ninae ae- 431ree Cln et Frao ,te`n 4-1 eln Cu
to thDirond well tan bland fnd 40oseamo IUROIDP.RAOPRTY, newlydium ita e she bore
lbt~OU --l dmntv. Vienna, r medies ,CORNS i. lu O DS m ded. fres hity a rond daliy nM c iva r ttlon: ua1 C d dgrapefruit(bc otep erp.y i tae ld fe s."JEMaOL. RE R + Mrnewl built atre hos Id ha h
In ot rA Eat e It iai -Juaa* OT. p NAL CALLOS. andO ....t.i. h lity. Pbirlty, 11ne Cff"t O to Pr. o wately.100-b-Jcocoa. 3au nr o vtIOOf"sw&L. with3 al "allllos AiA, l i R. L ur. n.Iopoi tet hrou aMto
ngtTTOUBI.Wthailsn s r living eT Ge .the h yI.Ia.biines ey O lA. Or OM h ht-akl l ayour:;;M gra .s supply of Sand. ont and Gravel voe...................I. Appl Laurnce. o etru ane
ell d here enlo Pe eAply tOeTiiBD and ACKAI"t IE ie fr hwhPue Caoffee 'l ope .tnt e obtainedfomr&el pit fa sets'.Bhi Ror Od L Mscoto. S PanTan- Jue.d mh
to it hS sda or hor nmeort l ofie,6 8 Jnt C 1 A Hh TR eE TJf II Fo w or furtherplrtliculars apply to 5.ou P i M F, PMrae var ntpooe o( yO 4.-RAiO&. &eath tries tB
_________ i'PHO TO.< 505A Trealtment wth DVIA- NAwtrkw.NI GARAGkE. 14 PiccadillyM Jn26.a ALCXANLER STET.op Dwfell Oing or u $eiE, 'anRraretRad. bO y wit..R .JAMES.-Inl i
TIIER.ICNotFARADICeCUK Streeot Phne 'icttePwo Care find Trucks forne IimPart k o.E C. TTERY SET.Ju mother. Louito
ATIONS VACANT RE T -uf.r e .VVne 1212.1w41;-hre. wrl dOPPORTUNITYnfor a ManeneProperty, Nedwadestreet........... 10... 00r -wo r ng order; without battery. Apply life on june 1e n

ii A________y o etwee 9- l Vnmbsupplieden oGeneral triepair all Wth money. NineArem land nextd N.t e ma bome ee a. nMO1TOR. O Insi.lenceP
SlTED. OCONUTPICKERiS lc nsf Ice tof Vehicle$. WenAlso charge and f to roadnetebeah RlOU E to b REFRIGE*RATOR. One ,Mediu Siteoehetbore,

fomA It. Anna E state, T, uayaPRESTAURANTSe AND FOODS hi.' bat ire a-jurti d22 te rive rS at s i ta. Fr ees ater8 every Aa ohgms, P avlP "esitorav" ntJ d Me in qr, e r.od.cll.
fnt.O With atracthv pay, tree living EAT WILLIAM A W OTS- TO HAVE YOUR HOME Wall pain1ted MC' Property Planted 'alih coconut rd a more.
tells and Other facilities, Apply toout sfd NOCKA" 21 Aher d Lan is both Const a oetent all kinds of fruit troee. beautiful spot tit O ONE ELECTRIC AUTOMATIC Record
oin the "eotate.or Lee Lum A Blefolmont Phone ItnJ. Jne 21 crali ittleis ri ah o koshow to paInt with. seasIde raSt huses.,, P lrice s, 'O.Martine SQUats.Taleboe a456.-June f.
3 l t u L A ALURANT, 32 Ft. (,,4tthe. pointed work going black.rToC. AMF Le r PERSONAL NOTICES -M
LA11T11 JCA t rt Brielly streei.hSangre;Graun*
Hours from '7 -LtUC.a ~deVincent Strcet. 'Pholne 112,"w manage h wil ruei Sy e c itl O UEl yStetJuneaGan.-Ti. ULC55brb 1t4.tatIMTRSFRSL
SpplyI n morning between f -Il mert rdelcionou L- tcunihefnrilDinnersiTwol nort R god pol lasts soiut Otn SM .
Ilar socept FMiay and Sunday --June chillljhga up, ttSpecial arrangements for i'rri:'r that sort wilt eventually ha well FOR SALM: MODERiN HOUISE with *all a o nge,001r teaiiousatOer for any deut of VAUXHIALL 193S. 10 h-p., without
month.cuStomeirs We asiscater Cor !Ir c MaUy nwe quote you tor your convenietnces at No.1)08 Saddie Atood 0on lloutsCudittagt5.luyoy m w iie.AyeadtAs. iyres. On view at R.N. Transport Depo't.
AnT A ST ARY'SEST Tur materials ard our work. three lots of land tre Knox. 218 Ill- Via- iSraiL aOl5lopo ta having lit *MY nblme offers to Naval1Sto"leOfficer, H. K.S
Ygaym three energelie ,coconut t ,' o m NOOK." r l Aii err. mhin y Street. men ire both first class. Wbndel V La cent street. 'Phone 5226.-June 20, Cuir acc ea on t In Jun 1 "Bnhw g-Jn 12 .
tin and three outileseer, either'can; -Ji15 Witshire. QualIfied Pointer A Decorator. LARGEr AND COMFO.RTABOLE irreetol ASdA^RALI almiJHAmaig, ONE RE-CONDITIONED 1940 Model
2.4 aFrid more pe r day. O ,e or si F|,,a tit Gu lida of London Finals, let resideance containring four large bedrooms Streautha LoIge, Ford V-S Motor. New Pistons, Sleeves.

$2.4 and3 mot4; s pro-n day. ^ "**c yi. i,,i, i.,~r.u.M i ~m nn ~nr.*hn -u.1 tind St~t tcrt fiv Old Sl. -June If. C un apunosl R"ins,1;-* 1" Re*ig *,.----
S lweak. Accommodatio provi ed ,,n ,r l i e H.,noor, I2a Norfolk StreeL Port. with all conveniences at RIverside Road June I i. Tunapuna Rng, Bearing. Ca seen at Stan.
Trinidadimdtport ArLiporti ,I Abor' )f tsain .-June 10. near Country Club. Possession guaraned. t'iJH tC is nercey notifled test I dard Motor Acceseory, Coffee Street. San

bySret-un S nEW TOUII'^ ^ DR)SRE AT HOM Cut-^,...^.0^ ^ Apply Korx, 'Phone guaranteed. For1^ S 3udl
t.-J !, IIIWoYOUR D] EAT ROME Cot- ApplyKnox, 'Phone 5226.--June 20 do Ioo. uiiu myait responsible for any Fernaando. 'Phone 54.--June 10. For B
K A.N CIES EXIST in TnAn Office or AUTOMOTIVre< t'l w;n ind ii>ertaken Stin-ults. Slarks. 2 ALEXANDER STREET. Offers debt or Seb cuonracteo by my wi e, Ida
itomimany for a Junior Clerlk ,srting .-- - ire sa. tc Tinkinw's. 6B L St Vincent mI lted ApPlY 41 AIfredlo street. 'Phone bmloli. i e eav inog Lt my home on April LIVESTOCK GENERNAL
S r.00 a month and two Jn nnr Ac- i MiOTORS O JPSL E ist.r..i... ipitalrs, from 8-4 p.m. daily.-- 79 or-Junte 20. 9, 1n1.. TWO GOATS and Ewe Kid Cradc
Clarke oth slnd two J5nr A' . .June II SMALL AND LARGE PPOPERTIES. MALCOLM SMITH, Alpine. 36 Finland Street, it.J ames.-- UODE
aUccord iliP to experlenc, S Iom me.deOft S LI I,r, : ,, l, poseeslon Also ,investilt 1 tun 1.4 eauyt Mission Road. Juno IS .
*'Frdi'* plil)atioahs 8hti llh h ureu 'o1 ,, l.it' .. '...' r < Fr parteI ula ars sipplfv D 3er'stnco and 'til. u'OBIC oerbiy nt ind tto. 17 CH,
cJobty, 40 Pembroke Street+-July l am oto longer unuer the care and protec- POULTRY AND SUPPLIES

It GE"NERAL r oar- 15 rtoI Brokpr. 8l23.-Jun 11 | IIn n ,l ad en ie ll C ll tlrr lr l .l b 6 uattachaedi Situated tt urnerof Old 4t. -June 10 CumutoV Rge A

E r mo M *tL berf cn...r t Tn k n.. ;.. ,,.i..1i-J.i 01.1p C.ad. end Fouthra Stret. ~vntinul. 'rKAPBLClehre notifie lc~t faoon tROld)f 5R MOPhONE 1 Rford.
Bulle~r Gni 6 e T.eek- drti l -im lt o Il It "'in 1,,r ,,ui, N,n ;I fli.,l- VIII I .COT PIC ATki RAdi.. IOuffr Josedromh R e. i oa d F rourthstret Lowenrill Jue. 11.H I isirey no J EWE nd CtLS, REAnLyA end XPcRp o NSl
ii Must" he "'" ----" % ;'Trltd' tre,., satngre Gr;t,wj, It A. ',t[A -- !Ctitt et t41 Maraval Road, 'Phone a371 $14.000 00 or best offer. 'Phone Knox. am nu o ollg uodr the are thatndm r a ad cl)fo ehncLd,
A pply Ro n API.I.- o r,, -o 2.... dn.,tr t,.e c 10 and.--ote in- o" alnu fPaLcture. Reaonable prces.. MtudolI
S\Iuz Tan CnLA r r I it s'... .. A I 122. Lione 8of my husIand o onoId aoOVbl, n or d MU O TKPhone 4914.-u-Jei. 1ho
sp l-uardian"E oe recommov~iioit16 1 5for anyAI
S1 A ..':n, r ,. h ;ead IuRAD, (;RAM GibT iis Rdool fenaice 52 10 ACREsLAND owth large o dwellings do Le lh myc ettr responsible or a y deb t l n 3 r n o n
D ul A I I. e, 'Re el, I l, li h t,', ,ti l. streeti'-June 11 houseon Mount Coco Rod. 4 rter mile otn debt. A co untracte by him. .T HARDWA E&w av h JELECTRICra A ven UPPLIESe 1 .

GEN ERLv in r hoichi Mie 0 l ? I **'il;T i ~i.i ltTue. la O.le Lace[r Trpeieo rriedlonr. thet buflnes oft ai pr- icirta ciontratd M y him n. ---
fi M l s enn Ily onnAppiM i'k -.ill' ,r i ti ,.util [ew. 1 t sit CT BOTTLE COOLER, one from Four R sadn oTe rmtoPur ar Sber. JPoeeon e 1t LAWNA P ILlIP. M EtIO SADETLBu rES Tul e
lutieHr ie-lcuner I t. 5.t t w1 ek c r1 yi1r, sp no. fi l& t3eurerr t. mo r i |R TAI 4 -J 17 Atcii ed 4t e ate c r C Old *I rta. -u 0 Ctumut Vand A'eRnOd
Apt t i ore .-BY 0T 11 ''. At>Y TY Friap I i ] i ctyi t aaoa one Large Clm 810.000 or nearest offer. hKon K nox m no llue 10 Kerosene Ogls toes, which will be on e ud-

11.t ca ii Xirfnrwi rtr .n .iluic ii lie' aitir., h'i ci I" i I .* tii\, ltlc -iite II hose o Mo unt AT K CoIV Freoad. .uunrt ihe I erosni coniraci. by haim g It t D. We' have Rustor Wreci ved a l-2rge -----
{. l ER cs personi Mdy jot' M2' U1LIC is baronyEnotteaLit I sale tre Monday 12. Please call early--
rC Y1 Vrnlril.., Iie 2l hl'.i..ntiia J ii,;e .c.i i also One i. re .1 w10.000 or neared oer. Kno p. n e -June 1Tabaqurte. Kerosene Oil S es, whi c il o
cl B ictiln EI ttliOMP l Fou FI 110 A I.L puJIl) ItS, I tIl 'E Itlill h~e l I n1, t oi,, cMie ,:rkel 69 M arine S square 5221;.-t.hne 20 li ) 'JJ I s n re y n tfe )t' s le C 0 3 M n a 2 le c a l e ry -P 1
clas e PoIlrkctneo l ol ii 1explrl I Mc 011r,1c i ct i Ii, .. l ,,d "r ieidl)hie ,tle6--June 1i RESIDENCE. Carloms Street. 3 bedroomsIsm n no longer under the care and proton June 10.
six years.l Fu ll i, 'ol new. V i, C. 1./ 'IP1 HRADIII.n'RY ADIO, vots. in exellent Vacant possession Apply: Eckel. tin A t m uamyoand George Mayeris. no| OLSE 16.
linlodrll aiteanc I I~lutrmlPOLISHED RAMANq MORRIS SUITE- Sun
I stlriestn antl m nenancc vil lnthuoe ra C n et.'1 .rit--J1. In, ' 1'1r lt CallI 4 p.m --7 pn . OR ar. Estate Broker. 'Phone 8123.--june E11 I n old rya eif r eeponlbie Car any deal complete with spring cushions. 'Phoneu
1itiithd A~li r nB N A O Sli 1'1 ) ,,Ic ,Il odTyefEaiilfsls a nyi u at640 Jn s
laaTI N , wt rfr () Alnt;i Iannityel.Ca'rn to i5i. T -N W, ,, P .' rL, Yii t. Bemmilt 'Phone b -- NEWoLY CONSTRtCTE tUNG ALO at oi. en.tracted by him. mart 410-June 1.
ar e.nd hientity Cort to l r Irn81l 7Po.r1 T fitk >2t J 2'l d -. 1 t- h.. WA l Oh CascadeiRoad n ram term uA M YTIM OP OE 1 Reod
r.1rimor, T. ,.L. Forest l Iterer u ,ite a srel fi V 1 t (L.iiiI t, I ,-- OAll Cas aedo Reod neart oE wi Jn 1 n .KATIE MAVNaRS. dVICTROLAn GRAMOPHONEy 100 Repords
tel Quen and il. itrro iicet S A .i N ~ llti RADhIOl pFOR iSALE I, Luise 3 bedrooms, etc.. good grounds, owner will June IL. Ilan Juan. and Cahinet. Apply 29 Mucurapo Ko lltra.
CASh IER WANTED. Apln, 1l.talce rr l;]i, 1e l Quael en and St. Vincent ttliree, s"..+ 1 1936 1 it P sLJi,N A 'I -TI N I, It x- It "A, ''ru :RAt l IO Call at United Eskel. 'Phone 8123.1- June I I tin not respondlble for any debt or 2 HIOHPOWER PERFECTII)N STOVES
uie 211i t eo-i,-'"n (;-d '.: u I' .l t'Ice, Tuiallina tRoad, Tunaptira. FREEHOLD PROPERTY on norlhe.t ilel contraced by my wife.ifeI Gertrude 1-2 Burners 1-3 Burners. Almost new. Tues
-WAN'!I' : WASHE*R. Apply ARat s e en it O Bf- r .tr,,i li June ii. soerer of Rirhmnnd and Duke S'reets I Pierre, she having eft my care and Ringo419.- une --- 1s.
et te 10 i wi tll .I' 1" W5 lt' ', C'I', Two resldences. best buminese tite ii I- Irutecilon on May 20. o, t4,
.D -u Ij P 'i'-i 't'l 'r. 11 i.! .'.r ..ti P A calto-LEckeI ('Phone 8123 --June 11 CLLO HAS PIERRE, IBUSINESS ANNOUNCEME(NTSr(nd IO t
.EX t' ;, .o r ,i ' ,' 'i. y "S- i- ODFruit on aC r o, t r a d, tnte i -+J ne 13. No." "D -:- f f"cral- OUtI BE Ec e .* (a nd not
1 eren'ra NMttit sleep In Allp.' 31 Lg> Miti Il 11 'i I"RESIDENCEo n Carm'odye June Itdo.Avocat Village. 1THE AUDREY-LOUISE NURSING
trtelar Ri d--June 14' crIv, it S t ,. .. ; I RENTALS" Augustine, 4 bedro s eie troome, tc ie IInIe 'IHE P1BLi tn o hereby notiaed that iHOME. 5 Sutton I Street. San Fernando.
W1T ShLtAhDY And e tlL-'.'I.. tIK IllIt '-e grounds. In, hedilte possession. bargain. do, nut ihidi myself resp siblie for any 'Phone 023.-July R.
l P7/;T sh0r0hand rot >1ger ^ta I I JllI V R TR 't 1 ,, 11. N P",-f c I Eckel. 'Phone 8123.--June 11 dtela or debts contracted by y wie, I WILL REPAIR OR BUT your brA ken-
iei hd e lrn wthre 1 V Brlt ;er. 1, F .! i'rRESORTSMOtS'T ATTRACTIVE Freehold tlhing ,AntlinetJe Antoine, the having left my down Refrigertor. Write Box F-b208,
oast h ave had atterlence with r c S m it lInr 1firs it,4P, t 1 M i, r'Ph one 12 u ne M r 12. ntracted by y wife. I W ILL REPAIR OR aUnF a 'o. r b ite '
Ir Apply Personnnel Ma ln )r itn ri n WSmOrl .. '.le now avalibie at Mear l orniI no a inl ,,,tr. -pte 'td prf ecin aIdnce JanUnnry o: 'reGuardi n." San Fernado.-rJne 16.
kflwatl Juxno ,.'+, J+. It. w- 1 H LIDA, Y fI, T{)lt ;O At wel')mic U gk
(Cli V II II C 'i : "ia i, iopi y Alul y rolilir wnnl e ,at r .u30,520 asiquare feet and meaauring h20 0 feel I jo T RE
Ci{V~ttC I ,T l,;it dl { I + ct ttJ" m. '""',iv ir ndintl ;a 0oon golf links with depth of t152. Ifet TITUS ANTOINE, WANTED TO RENT o
Otiv* p-1 lotto VorBI.r' at o Blro Aly 2urr od A S0 0 "i o. R 1 o0-00 WaTbO w Yonow
All L '. u-v tx2ceedn gly' c1 hwill, magnificent it Buenos Ayres, REWARD 5100.00 WANTED BY
AITUATIONS WANTED f11 t,\1r 4 -J 1n 2 t,,---...-** -- -I. i I'i FOllR... C SAL r ee 'Phone 8123 June lt r EUROPEAN.O 3 bedroom house Ithi
4t i r.d tI val -ley- lit': AND BOAR II S 'i i N -lTlg A-Jun CiANGE Et.
FiltAlN WATE N "ESI VtNG AWn ALL .H E. D -.dPUonLIC Ishereby noticed that I farces. anywhere In reeldential quarlBre
t y HAlRi D E RR si ll -eiiu It' .11 it r-ct ,. l.,r III l I l it.ullt' titl i tiniilt lie s Bo. t. w -June 11 Til PUBI C Ic hereby notified that g anywhere in reid ao uar r'1
'A "'I w. .. "J '' rOUSE AND :nte LnA.... La olv lamni t ng under the care and protection o of P toCR n, eo "uad n,
cflahn ek with i,'., iI'." 1I t bex, r I -n s brli; s athing HOl-bE AND i luAND 1 a SCe a c, mn ot ur the sean d p n o w "N r.

.Kirir to,.",^,^ WATF Toy .ETl 4, 'A i.K."*,u"t.ou~,0 in or' Coliree,^ to"> eri,, CC IIn resoldlbi or con-en dHEd
caln se S toW tei w i a h i -I, -liA r .'.I l, i .n t -u rtti',na n I tiurranteedl Rates Maral la td r l irt d andu ou. ., 1- ,. yn hsb my husband, Ralel Almantey, neither am -I. -- I
'r,", -- l ir lhJiv L n ,',,"tit r Communicate with Mrs. 1golf coturse, it modern (..-.,nl rPF Iresponsible for any debt or debts con- WANTED TO UY
.i..- tn .'nA desiriS potio In Sal 11 __ ___ ___ ___ __ 11__ t t'' t iPhon tS 'Phone .tM 2. F-, Brtdway. JuIne 11 reacted by him. WANTED IMMEDIATESO le cil h ni
.ar.a.. ;, t*ec 'y ilatlvti ........ l expe .rtI t--AM lRT~I-L OI- A RyalOM. Wiet .a NEai' it. up tAANT BUl' fUSrE Hi B AlEXANDER AMANEY, le, a or oKerosene Pumping o0t 128 IBy Co
Ite Is ty.1 li.. ng. ni rea ltirrlsondent'e nd a NTED ., 2d dies. 0lili 0 sale June 3A lumAtcIIe at q Cum erbatchY nr ter Four Roads, Inchr dii "ry.ri n ti and oriee to j
s-- ,- l',iCam.brid; I rwle t>tlt rge I "'t|. o tJT'LA .I I TKoUaAo, neowee t S1 Franc {is Valle)n Road. ,- -In e 11 23. Van. 1 0 An en o mb StreetA -June 13.
f ', CeritJcate. A II .reference* Aplyn. I. tl l',iie and Pitge .n Pointo. on June 20 nh dB Y i deliver. -ntid. ih J1 is a

Ic______ wilk---- l"'CllANiltli 11.A I: ,iIL Al R ~OtO thln eenakat Ite i pli' RobePrncti Valllaey ITablend Jun .IlO II am a. Van 109l Abereomny tree-Jned 13. HIl2S M ||
i,, 4. go iti A u T t,..O, h utTeP U Il perdI Apply.,Manager. FOR NAL' 11 RTTIRO" IO U t T PUBLIC s hereby notfled tha I
II-T C T B ht cY ri li A. 1a g r. FOtRe Acpp L 'o DIan nl tie no longer under the care and pro- o Ill A
PINia. 0, lft13Ot, h *Jt arde i- -Jn l'f lAT r TO aU N with One Ancre o f .a nd pgloned with oeI onon of my husband Albert Clarke.
P A11 i , AI'-. 1 J i6- 'Jay at "Sunny Ir ui W 't:e .litI. I,.rit .I.I. "ti ll'.6 r Iday at lmonny Carldb ." the luly ou o Fruit. Plum.r Slt P herry trees: water lai d -June 13 No. ia Broad Street., out* |r
ULETn'+ N: VI N, k." .h 1'.,i ;k l ,' t' ld iB. ,. t land modern private guset reso h i the on. Bath. sewerage in ho tae, 3 bedroO I-s THE PUBLIC IN hereby y notified that I lll i ,
htartl ol rtree June '21, .b utlful (; tll li 1 8 debt Unn d en pp l l dining and drawing rooms .gllery. Fine am no loge r Al under, thec aha en pmy o "oae ad& in
vi ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ s ES'Au, rsirie tnUttiVealcut tMoshee. ifogAtfucle Atelion of my husband Ladrieket Reed.. and 81
*'SW1en60Y thatUPEI3doManWtadsurem e trorwrlma
in. aItti.ty. 3 I'WatiSing 10 theRIdeAlASeaside.in to Mrs. J. u lace Iwo h dia Rom M th atyIdo 100"ri .13tH to l, J.
upira 1A 1tB "Bt MAe cPiet]bfdoaU Eacelen*t I e IaInl a nd ne dar tRC hurch,, A rni .---Jun 13. an rtecon by hill I dad '
vnIO nowGIE ts Ji itching. ought. Used ttamps Sought. Arcade =11"e. Modern convenleneo. cenrtrally 1t PARE STRIeT ILarge reidence min -une 13 lAnErY air Ga, ndo |r y lr
eii l 1R A 1B I Dooklsta ,ll .16 FT'redeflk. ittrei l ,""'.M Ituated for buses, elub, etc. P or first cels condition OffersBoin. oier I' .I no. Pu BLI toherebyn 1o tWE O ER FOR SALE TgoaeW ||
h aK, aimr Piymonb itRick tM) WANT'ED,; ThOlOc';h ,; t l atirvtions, Mrs Winnie Wharton. Bar- Write; C, Hari. 7 marine lhuare-- am n1 longer responsible for any de|bto|
b o e lot d 0 ld, week old OR MaIO r elr.. t ,.r, -u'.,,'r ,'b. ad i o Mr ueti f. Matthew. 2. June 20.leb ontracted by Y wife Oda Merritt S. "R b abe
Er.i c LexgRe. ). RHave.-Springer. lBx. F 20,, I;Lirl .... 'Silt Warren stret. Waldlook.-July 5 FREEIIOI D PROPERTY, Diundnhl ehe having left my carwie dMenprotectio E AP & ,- i -
Phoe 224 -au~e .1 11ernntl -J~tI 13I 'SWET i.,r ." L'Anse Muttant, Street. Atppil to 29) Oturluoal~d Street. on May12, 19144.a un

j +W +u. U .. .. ;;.o*.o ^.+ .,,. ',+ ........ ... +...... , ..". ..<' "" ,,, rc ..ni .+..,oTM. AOENC No UNoNT ,-Jun. ll. .unun, oo -A l, ,, I _
Phon Veritt ido -JWns 1 sWEOXTfiRtR."'n. 136.6fl iong x22.0t. beam Z
021. WNEEK ),l.uIHABY jMOTOR-CAR. lul Ys Tri-..'r' 'I~ tfuCmen orfl~iee rsd ron' 10 Ram nI o4 pm1lm.Jue 20WILFRED MERRIY',adSft lngz22ft bamSU

,^ --------------r---it t:^omana. p__________furnished___ Seaid NIOLDPOPERTY MNil. 20 14.71t. A LC '
St-t lfve lnd grow, frron )e(;altro b tn Any n Mil" a $1 t o1 4 ,10,4,- k n 1 l,.-'l'-. c -'Pho nie .'i J A *RE 6. -OL [Ch t PROP* RTY. ii.. Chn, ooding Village, 14Qft. depth. o V IIg
9 --9 Sl dlM Itosd, M,4:cal. i- 45 Queen Sr,-, ,iI,'1. 4T..'Wo'rT "UET HOI. Wnrttr. trd e Price B 4.aow. L0 or nearer offer. -June1r r 13 2e Ban Fer nd.o l e te e l
SE O D II N +A }+t':' *r i s Apply elone" Brydn tn 'Phone don'tne I, hel d m ee~ nd ( or e ly d ed l S t a
ECON A1 It. R.r A yr e. r n. .o. "2 THE PtBI iK he hereby notified I do
iiil .Cr/Y- 1d~II-tI tf iu Itm ) lsaeteuos auedt hondiilloir thin h-a, it.' i' . t, .h not holh myself responsible for any debt Trawlr),
a: Wilte Le!ghorn. Bros Leghorn A Serrao. 72u ili S tre.o 'wlnie or debt *ontrctd by my wIfe En Orl t0 eS aberia 281 tons .I
mot ioki ysiore Ihe "11-Jb 5 Burners, she having left m aeAdpo
Rcusth ok : y a ta m e '.ho.l 21 O --JunM n A20RD .... LAND FOR SALE rtet on June 2hi. 10144. my, ca.,dr- Net tonna. toBDodd,
rid R FIIe and C om m on 1f kiled E FI~a RO O M A N D B O A R D l i RTi C LA SMS B IJIL D IN O .SIT ES ava l. te ti Pu E R C VA. 1944,S ee h ll
Ju' 21abl atPett Vlle, aerae sze 0,1110PERCIVAL SUROESS. Steel hull. ai
Ph 1 Matrou, 3 CLt Aguatiln HOUSE WANTED- Iit NDONAID 0HALL" 7 ndon able at Petit VCllA average size 10.00 I A NAt Cecilia Road. Scotch t Bolalr. 180bs.
Flrie T1 0T 'lPI,-C ... f IA7 1 OxfN ord I' .11,EXCHANG 0119 at trandl Br, htali mit nite's walk from atanuak h ,eqtare feel t 2 Centa tper squarelfoot. -Junei 13 El Dorado. W P.
Slr,- J t lr Ik 1, t 11 olhv nIrihc I mute .am. hto 4 Juint l BBaie Robo with Board. 'Box P-121. Guardian." June 17. THE PUBLIC Is he reby notified that
'll'i.I anId, (U''.rlln g to t Jhe u re,, 'Ih,,ne ,2 Mrs ('hutl P11na, .'Jnt'' r.I.- Ih t On 'tNi sLetuh leunloupe. 9217,--uly 81 c I PRQVIDENCE ESTATE, Santa Cruz do ntt hold myself responslble for any n M rIlD T 3 6 triple exSp '|-l1
I r, e t.e u, .-c brl 'in . ....... ........ ... Kl |'t'ri tl.'MarI ROOMt tAitMi .nld entan 176 ac rela situated at La Cano, one debt or debts ontractelil by my wif,B 2 N.H.P.
EIT t1e- l N l dir'. cIi-ectl,,ie lWANTD TO RENT lti 0 Pet. trel t.-Juoe 30 o lle fr, LA Canona Main Road, cultivated Agnes Niltl. she having left my hoe olpd a, at mresealt divided up
he lit- 11th+ rl,' ,,Ke m t ri I ,I WAI ik;AlDni T l -'N rent athitbat$ Ju nl Ul--e-)tnlaUm2, por. 'In AeNo fnnca bean. several hundred on M 1y 28, 1944. t
be ft-. Ii ak." ,r, era0e 1* .N ',1 l.) ttN rent at,.kt t.t' Park Hotel. reasonable rates, 14 yp and cedar trees and A various ru t JAMES NISSITr O' CitrrTynE fsh, Cap aCIty
ktt..., 4! : rr.- 1,i l 0'. -Jw... lt .i t1 IAlt61,0 .... .. .0 re treet, 'Phone 4859 -Juno 14 trees. It 1 well watered with l a private a Jun 13 Morabellia. abo i gt 150 tons. d
Hf,.LKt I.f,;,a, n AAN Ii r lENT t1 si-. natt- I' if" li.H Aprly Mrs. garage Near k. country Club. 'Phone partlculnro Phone 8356 or 4782.-June 13 am not responsible for any debt or debts
U4.6 -JIni 2 Kt a. 24- n w lh e- con racted by my wife, Dors GaadB bder, toni Dbe.
1.111 .(!I lo,,r S 4-St, I' l n K. Il l t0"I li- at, 4 '..e 20. 0231. Barbelt c iireferablyt --June300, BUILDING LOTS, level, elevated, econ t b w odtons coal
..t ,IL. ii nn .>o. ARGE. NICELY FURNISHED ROOM troal, w after, electricity. Apply itItrlse she not having been under my protdcuon This vessel was built and-
se I r,;r, -& r Straet p etit ni l'b w 1 Europehnn., Amprleale Meats orttoo 'Fprn. Hunt Road. an J in --JIm i since May 23. 19 44.h In the U .A in 11r
Son Jrlt JI'tIL 14 #H:,mmiton Street,. Woodbrook.-June 13. 15 ACRES t'OCOA. C-OFFrE with BYRON GAJADAR
a ER'IIANI)ISI I .Ah6ti t O L ROOM wOit breakfast water spring Robert Village TaulelI -June 14 Couva. and was reconditioned in 1942-
MIFeR!3 oitions!,Ii1 tLuis Street. coruer p'rlnces Titin. No reamuttahle itifer TH PUB1J.1" Is hereby notified that I BA hasslinoe been used In the -
LIVESTOCK FOR SALE j,-'i.gh'IanO h I, d1,-Jutne 13. refused Apply John Dabreau. United am no longer responsible for any debt or Gulf of Paris a3 a mine-
L P P P X f-Alitai nIt thFell, SiJ I MISCELLANEOU FOR- ALEWimIRot. EDITHt KIRTON. Ltndger Hotse, Gn ecar iTi loTtne 25. deter contracted by my wife. VI Atne U o Pe
Wuu ,rl WWO r i ,ontts ', .." iif AltpI rdi WEt CO l.tAtAT(uP 3i l' Slm ull Ti, in, t,, John' s a r, harbsd. hagI LOT OF LAND T5 x 171 at Diego Mar cse having left my' home and protection a Der.
Lexmma, ho, Jse th J e l I-nle. tt Ior al N. a t ,N le y street. ai,'l, uuil ON'yE 1.1TIh ant ltAI.N Alim, f ir k 1ics ,I I Caetrno ,hJ n 111 I lvoilge S ul. Fo r l partl-culare and terms, Roedt, Ideal for building. Price $2,5t00.00 HUGGINS ARJUNE,
AlI-;y: I ., Fst~ a 01' 11-il 6 alhtuRmlt iti NE. It-Ttl' ill '-I" MII.I. with Ituier. lilJppy t ,tie la'tove addreses--July3 or nearest offer. Knox. 'Phone 52226.- June 15. Warren Village.. Permission to Irspect same
A-. +June It t,;tl u m ,ld f roll. ", l ;I C Comfortable and Nicely Fur.-Julne pi,. Tl PUBLIC I1 hereby notUifed that I -nRv be obtained from Geo. P.

^^.....r1 "I 'Phone*> A656--Jun 19 at- Mara.fi'r~-" Phol no hold. netel fobS b' rO HuAn &O Co..I~ Ltawd. to whom
Is Kna.,, llt. \EPTI'i I' ltlurt 'e Siliril, Ema. 72 tSowtl u 'it. lhute It nl blcc" Itool ,Phons PIe.-June 1 I 10 A('RFI'S MORE OR tI+S111 at -Mprs- eIt0al not hold myself reponsible lo" any 1 un & Co., Ltd., to whom
a ILI,:.e:, Ag" o. .i Hiur ll i. c-- ly I COMFORTAViI.E ROOM for Europeans. rfae Road. 2 miles from St Josep+h Rail- debt or debts contracted by my wife, Bftf s to ourchase t re to be
oe!,rit etIi n.ui. eri u O e i NO\\ Y(ORK Attim tin 1r i'f re hi -I.-? Americant a li It4dle Powell Street .- ay Station 44th Bnidgie botintln on Eughe Alexander, sie! 2avnl MY home
Cuuy just l aCff JertOlto. C u,,l (giten. lV, Ii P -Pulke nel. (lue AtiAp v Juiv l'oneti sde with Maracnac River. With iamalii and protection sines Maa 14. 1944. addressed.
'PRI,tn L .. rl Ne l n c,"4 June o 1 'uW Pori l -i re, 1 Purtl M i',i Juivl 'I 1ON SING tL I ROOM and Double Room building thereon. Ideal building site. EMANUEL. AleXANDCER,
PL;P1 tttoll i 31 1urrnAy rest. PORTAIttAI' TYMWI+T\' It t' I rnisedwith breakfast. 'FO*t 445n 'Price 52.400.00 or nearest fiFer .Knox. -June-15. Earn t TelSida Oliftelds.
W-V.. thirwl -June 12 441 Henry torret June 13 IJune 14. Phone ii226.-Junc 15.
4 MII'C" COWS. Tom tltihemii t lillt i fA FITAlT N W 1AIt I'IIIt THttt KE -...... -- ""-BUILDING-LOTS.0 1 100,SantaCell
,vit vI' calf atsI tout. Our ...lotai stock I Chep Nt. I ES ghth Avenue. aratarda: Old Road ,2000 pr iht Apl, Rbet PUBLIC NOTICES
taim anti and ,me .about aen innta month$_ .I n, 1n 'R1.MS AND SOA.D, M nsngh, Croac Crossing-June 11. PUBLICNOTICE Is-hereby given"that
not f ',ie, At the Pen tfi Mr Ji eeph Lee. aNt-'6 ,1451 NE ,ifOT r'tR fe punrpR OOM Nlawful wAiRfe, Feta t h C ncoMoiang ed,o f
& +p,.t,.r I"cer* Villa e.Prlncee Townh,, I. ait, rtomt-,utilt-,, ~othwn,10 ca.t i.,.,A flSAB3FRCROMPT wSrRtexTu. (clouq. _Turlapunim, I now Under MYpylict$tost. FUR ITU R
T dit -e oti nRck by L .Sonl i l Mp rkia, l *score p t it I'"i offer AI'plv. 14 able Single and double roams Cor ,MI 0,w',unde r my HAio Et
Ha-is'sJune Is. H Street -tJie 13 trooan and Americanonly. 'Phone1244. AGENCY ANNOUNCFMENl I M.
_______________,_________ ,t, cDONAL T'OTA RJuneIJ. IsH SAL
0' 14v51a I IPJigalls+ uenier cis erei |,l'mii av Iftru nl '0..-4 gO N ID T O A llke to fisake conta with members of
:l~ue.st. z IONb onec ooprroilt~ble ,rr in, rut le frr ekuulsS. slu stil wherel~s'rnttn'etI Coel- sutabl7fornuen1 homeht WO-'Phonet7548,7r2ab 14blhrlott at,.So5ab tosan,7459.,2 orsQuayort109St ncenctuStreete
Itwians $3 fo11 ar Ahilts 4 H tes uhtrel It ONE LARG HOUSE aomo r bleqt~ esud a tlul Bungleow. Long Cireular Haemata/t, Pointe-a.Plerre. "Lone 29--
TUTIN ie lit !atr)' ut ae rnu ho, a t- Road linear Country Cluby il01- July 3-
eTi....se..1 oseph.wghi. s$.t. Al seseln 14- 14 000 Wednesay 14t
SPNS AAAY Io tears Spamntai ~i7TSi tNlSTOV Ote moer co tJnvenecsalotepn.CllMtMdrnFelo 3aIw I
republicS Ral d CiS UpostrdIlasit IilrO,,At tti5 --Isn 1. 2.Story Saddle Road. !cing AmsNNO.UNCEM~r~sENTS h
( + :. _ _ __._ __:. . . 'r n F R + + R . O J u n e 4 4
I 1'. Ri'IUlNtS-CAI4A... Ab C A e t~orero- .42.l (i't'tr Si rde. bewe n lENCE. tetleon Etreet. St. Augustine. In. LocelmBunao, OCnnrS M PM
ri A.(mtn+ 1 w rl t e~iet, nee| 13 en .pectleon by 1;p~olimetm Rtng 7454), from p.e.e........................ 1 0.00 L.ST
liar thel tltghe r Accr itnllo Ito k-keepimg O.i0 SIt+' t+N T El, 1114 W RIS+T W A TYCiI. S am.m to 4 prO -June 11 i1 New hu lo a Bourn o d J OS,,--
*hurtiianu and Tyiuew~rttiog exoses --June floe buidl, 'at Wh~le 0111h' Wr~st WVa'ch. One NEW UN FURN lSIAED BUNGALOW. St. JIms Empty ...... 3. ., 400. WVIITE DOG., Left aids fare bljele als In Structed by Mr. 7:. M aingot
IT+ (Icenit' thu d (Chaml 17 tiehmnond Sqtreet Sia Margarita. Ft. Augsutine. Alt coin. Lar5o St Cla Property. "Areal right ear, AnewerniSg 'itoar." aJltur an d Mr. I. Phillips, we will sell
ItEINTERESTED e IntuhN wthtE.ABftN1151..le I'DL ht5up~itts 'Phint ,5275.-Juine II tsdenteoeee, $40 rental. Q-t07, e'o, "'Gur---- Beauty.' Poaseasion .*. Cheap. 4g Nelson Street, ''Anhong." Reei.-- SUCh good and use~f.' items as:- -
f bRVE ...t i" ion*ul it S hou a b Kune 1.' PttT4TEII( .rinmpI~et Offers. eydnsy Idmlani." +June II. -'""__ ....... June 10
"r{O'tI4ne ..........emS 12 oleie :. lienb-k Stee 5I- BLACK AND WHI|TE Wlx1*RIqlRD Crsp. Double Bed, Spring and
@~ ......."" 41 .., Jun 1"VA-' 'I. C. ALLAHAq-HMOUSE A ES4TATE TERCIiER. in or near Cbstqramun Navel Slumber )iCng .x~s PSIr Ma.
(7 to :g. En shle Arltlme e-. I~s ungiedl 11. . .. AGENCY iBase. Had Icegnee taC i.Il~atn healey Singile Beds, ...prlntg and
S. Boyack. 25a CaeeedeS -Jone II). I1N'E 31.KII.ftWATT Ente+,bsiulma Mtrsinee REAl. ESTAT~E FR SALK 55 5t. vincent Mtrest -. 'Plan. 1984 !reward. Phone seass, Prt.ouSpitem.-- Spring Filled Mattresses, 4 Post
-BLAt'KtAN+-PIANO LEBIONS. 8 Duke Wesltira~hius letuntrattnhif Set. i'*at+pletl .....____"____________Wo___'__ 2000 i~oe10
Shret -Amune 23. |with 411 itP.P lleesel er,-lime rhuevusit voatt Lar New RelatdInce TWO-eouit,a o ONE Juneon 10.sm cmotDob. Bd lh l +Du~
T}IlE lltiL.P:II+N ACADEMY. Ic I4111 rand ,amper meter Slis traneiornner gro ....... Albla Shet-----------$14,000 ReceIpt Book Stuchar Bra. betweoa st. Beds. 513.7111l 5 lIdMttres&ses, Silrl.il
snd tltue. tihelulr C'antrmt gld Endsm. h(4t .. .. F~reehld Po perty. Dunadeoald Sit. 8 9,00O Vincent. and Chaliotte Sltreets, 15Oidet gie Iron "B e a a d M attresses, Crap.
pes-n e.le'n liuluina from Mstrlculalon Y. rAtleG(.. .BAND SAW. .tli. Saw and. 14M EIASEMIOLD BUNGALOW. Tw Acres Land Wth Two.gt4oxey returni to G.loha Sten luctar Sroe.. I Wingled, L.adles Dressr, Mahog-.~ wHI
Ik 1" 1fP{I t~r P t Blv ,hic~terr with ,mzotrs don~t~lgle in, petted e drooms, living and dbmsn Ik~ Eull difng, immediate poeadedlon. Beward.-J una 10,
--" -- i a ui.rlvto, -'em sil Kui I votltuset Slreet. San Steu't.~ 'Ptto1te 5584 inIlldl~atO 1 TwoMgo adI oe ldM rm ~ae ll~lt oMoept~t +[ T bu 'p n
Thu Ere.5 an ...rr .... ..n...~ Jtn ... t. -I -unns 0 Ioutd Cheap headquarters. Rewardl.--li to.
h~.I., Itelio, 10 .,,..,,H~l ,.o.... N1 .D1S'tlt' F+TA t ST. oONE ('3 bNGALOW.uai a, 13',.p Chattel .ouee, c~
r~sl' ,r:- Street. July 3 Il.,itdles' Bliak Vicunma ml I i.ttl rea'd + e'tt N W -- . u..... TICKT.... 1 as SP PebY'ne, r oee e n Crap. Bedide
1+.,l+++.HIGH .I.IIrO. ,8,Duke Street (;roi Twe 5111 all..l ,,ue AI otiilica' 4 aoasat. sat-No 50 Wee.. -- Juc e~Y "+.. an m o Plando.r-tut to Ebao u erisys knan rI.Cis
..,.Jam... ea..m......... .c aehy Our.n-edy an Fernando--JunaA10.Ond IdaTtJe~s, Child's llg h Chair
(Opel atrs Pr~t ate leseons for Cam'r ge itesCl 841" .... 14 Almost o' Jha etS5s.... AulS.ve and Caledollil .Ue'ed,, ,,5 1,100, dPARKERmet FOePUl~'NTAI P~od.rZ'O Cuw.' Man- i nr, Marble Top Wash.
eq'. a~',,-. Shurlb.Ml. Ty~pewritlng. ("OR gAht.:: Appn-on 1 009 ft Mahhmganyv HNUNm -June.... ,OISQIMA Ik S 1lr5 0hel llaLI .] Wl ll n
5.aua aSsel ,cc Jima it hiarOdSe f onc e yeacr o'td. Ageorteel S .IC.Ry SALE 15.. Pam trw ee 'Phonies 510 1 4747, 008 4ff Citerteti..+III~. '4n W1W b+e es, Ca..ih
-p.pltl~y: 08n St Vitue+rt Strettt tIttlirdI. ~edar, t" rI' ho ari e ''P e..oi Te l O lm, IP C ,II w t- 1 to A ,v mt AR RE KNG +tan w. s. +' T e veral yaprso ld To 102m RO E --mi 8''R UT .4 or mea--t- --Sa-droam-a, V' b~ m L teet............
frin. 6 pm_ dr yll_--Jtme ...1 I' so mld In lots 'if ,101 iee than 1.0o10 Cl. atn offer, W~mi slet ""Let.--*1 affr Just te move IL.4 Atfedo roe LATE[ Tt) CAsfl] lp roe |d
+ A~ "TO P ]N (ta!t l++t *', 'Pictone 4069 -Jojin 111 Klatn. eI Chfttte Sttes.-u.me II Sreet. S Quick .. 10 lil .. Bor, Oatk S~ Board. Cra~p. It it
.5.. ~l~ t i.,. 131 .tsl mad lv erine 1 ,41.,000' ENDtt LOCAl. WOOtD- all elaea, RESIDEPNCE. 10 Stal Stee hItlh a PrettIs..Mouse.o._.0..... C.... LOST C il aie.Ca. M r' St

Ic per font, li. Aberecumby Sttreel -D a4O. 541 50 --a aln ............... ,. .. 14. 011,10 I ry Climb One Lady's Black Co rdian Hand- 3(o'I.5 Clas t~ ] nll
BElM-Juiy 5 -. - -I'irtium ttitatl flue Ihilililif penis. 'elm' A"eIIW, Sal at Pegee AoN, i -m' ble.o B.~ ueoLiY ^ TW O t <" w c .MW aent CapotO
____,_W_________ __.__________ mO LN a1 65.000 hag with inl itas "'SC.' Finder returatn eta, ayo.ea,'ra, IndiaS to tI
Slparl ....R.....nt....... i WENt to C. Child. 15 1Et. Vincent Stre w o -',
-. .... ....... ,,.an mn, .J.. fi.{'" a g "'ro"'i U -w- .n- -- M+., ,,..W mNL g ,'t lakC ,dinHo.M OT U ht can., s'm ,Cr o
+ + PAMS P111 ltAl~ly:. Louis Olflman I A.TTRACTI VE CONCRETE BOUSE. .. 0 aVceiI-'.. -5".0 *ue 2
IUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS Thon,,-Jup e 10 ...... ManRod a.. I -vs.- t t: RouyO'ouboOne Lad
me. alqwihamtt s tt C hl, Vncn tf tog rohiW rdRo, and Cabn
IINE P SEEI PitRodil' IRON SAF cnt Apply Ne. Oadel' S 1 *FOUNor Est homeeeta 'adla FOUN
reveryvbo$tl Lou cotli brln vi r Three he\leo, hlme Loc k me "04 V Nea ro- a AL T wihOWNl "aerTalts C.a10d d Pi k-p
te+ i s rll tBoo. loldat:mt-t. 43 P,.|u l l- Joie POcSaE ilO' Or' ALL. THAT LOVELY Lies your gra ty witS P.,TR for orneLr of, .ckv *Le a ,,Nd S DSa"rdho Se
F 2 -ATO K2R-.c ('NN, 127 RE1KX <-AMERA wuh 1W.. T.w.-.torey Resdence at Ns ? 70 ev'ntb ick aale. ,in May 25. butt (hut w reovered),O victol amid Ueo lec. Singe Che
* Br ^ oor Mor T .e U o$ Hfack roil of fl m : One 1 21 t'andex s.' ti,,r s ,S reet. "are 'a* a. ,00.00, N, No N O BA L E.-N O CO M M ISSS WN yw ner ple ass Gp. eo r ge R qck Rs M i fel O E se Iron, ne c.
0 1 p Denoeti. 2) Ma .Square. Sirmteec ,optidair un 15 4201 I ro' l --Jn 2, "A .. C. PRAT A COMPANY I.~..Mrn..ih mn.llb i ilh (al61l~ueiu elr Sret 5.0.4 il 41- -.-. PoeN 51 "Ja I STlel' OilStoes c
50S-PRI-Gn.--J eS1wPR I FO ,ED i A 'l-rRE. t for JI tOtE at I.. I S.TONE STR.EEn. r. (I s t ,at ..c Land a T HEP UBL C h re nt id lnd arTacb es
GUINSS A mo fy C harlott s N ineel..Jun hI.Main ORo Tunaw Un. 'hell P Aeot hus d-elights,*eta. MeattS M I Maclin f es
f0p1ITOORAPH RS. Expert Rdtouhlntg Single asd D.n, ii tul d Bds, *I Freltuik Jame,. 1.10 000_. Aly B. Pare a. ase of noose I. sm no longer rae nalble te an dleb QSS net5 L3 e i 8 4U X
t u.ertaken r ao r n .igastnMin o.a Roads, DeOao Mart 516,000 or debts cntreJued l. M Ob*rtis
IIIA ATRo EW O O en4 -June it 2lreod 5ml at fs alnecu. h al 4I&~* 0 IIS SV~
Aen__ 20118,WwroeandCai

one ". mptl aVd iffleleily hr -t "FOR- -SA--LE:- CR MALR FUR.T MinRo- tl SR de. pse 24 he. Protection sIc J.I 14,m' 'Ntore
Idr*r sensed santary eOOnV. MAGAZINES FOR SALE rret $ BUNGALO W tate m"Sat 'PL*a lAte ea ..-.......H. . s. js ss ^p sin
Ste in. Vlaoen Strl. Teoloo 308 ii MA iAZIN" WUBht4+R*IPTIIONI lerer'R AAoottlnl BroasLtdi -June .e. Lands IgtA iet ... M I .... w vI ._ S/ w W ld ne
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A AL -YE oP. 4 .ul DtPOSES."ION0T1r. na .i. .THA.. .'"c.aloue. ... 'a t.r'..'Tr.. 4".Aard.. SIN ITw-1atta14tFeoadwiSUSe
serlsllo wofk. gperlalleeslll tn odic' Sbory" T'Nrrte DetectIve." u'ce'enoIsml a. .. .oeN O VS y. I t ts LA0w. niu lels t s Dre a s o ag a, O ig
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12th 1944. I
(Articles Being T
Numerous To C1^
In ONE DAY), "

Residue comprise of ut
Jewelry, 1 Auto Tone Pawis
Stoves, Sewing Machine, I
Bicycle, 1 New Hudson
11-Tube UL.R. Radio, 2 L
Pick-up and Turn Table, 1 i
Table Model Gramophone, 1.
ber's Clipper, 1 2lec. T
Pew Pairs Chiren 1h
Girls cd Children ReaDy
1 DOL. LadiS Bhoer. 1 n
ball Boots, 3f. Ete, .
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1 HENRY ST, Near T.a.,
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:e untapped.

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aowledged by
E. ILR. B50,
Publicity Officer.
.c/o Stephens LU .

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