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


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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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NO. 8,145. 27TH YEAR

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zi Normandy Peninsula Line Smashed lin Cent

Soviets Open Drive And Germans Flee In Ial1

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sian Forces

:e Breach In

nerheim Line

June 12 (AP),-Russlan tanks and picked troops
*h breaches In the Mannerhelm Line and seized Ralvola
* which carried them t6 a point about 40 miles from the
of ViRurl. -

igh woods laced I
RuSSians also over- German s Launch
& about 10 miles ...
Ivola in ne' of-, Propaganda Drive
F. golm THrelsinki i

e lroal neisinv.zl
t. miles beyond the I
int of Teriwokl.
was announced

bi S30 other populated
taken as the Ru iAns
& along the western side
mlian Isthmus. the Soviet
announced. From
ca me reports, uncon-
swhere. that the Finnish
t might resign presaginr.g
lation of Helsinki.

Uted Press report said it
unced that C-ovorov's
Sthe Karellan Isthmus
| Kivennapa, 40 miles
of Vipuri.'
reports said the Finns
L Into the deepest dejec-
Sturn of events all the
's Berlin, until last fzw
.Uinimized the lirnol
SRussian poush. A Oer-
C.ommand spokesman
t he attack was a
against the Finnish
iQualification, however.
lian offensive was not
the start of the Soviet
fe Soviet forces on
Isthmus numbered
Sdivision". DNB's
*d sightiln the Finnish
art of a cautIQn and
said: "'D Day' on the
Swas most likely to be
bl the present weather
to Ratsr Meoow
y that whi ners have
tay losses among the
dazedd and shattered
Voundltg of the
p of the Soviet sKge
'the f 11 t. eight of Rus-
f. air forces and Baltic
Slung Into the northe.i
In their retreat from the
Wall t- .e Finns left
equipment to fall into

` At Hing
iun 12 (Router).-
Wall, built by the
Of Leningrad to plans
TUTdt fortification ex-
bee smashed at the
5. Soviet tanks and
r, screened by
ra and backed by
men, have been
K~rhA awlUtly broad-
the past 34 hours.
S are hurling back
ME sh garrisons In
lIBn of the Mannerheim

QUARTERS, Jure 12 (Reuter)
-The Germans have opened a
Propaganda offensive against
the troops in Normandy aimed
at splitting the Allies and
shaking their morale with --
mours and bogus orders. Allied
soldiers were duly tipped off
to expect It. An American cor-
respondent with an airborne
division says the Germans
chipped Into Allied radio net-
works even trying to misdirect
convoys. A special German
propaganda unit complete with
loud-speakers for frontline
broadcasts was unlucky enough
to fall in with a British patrol.
Two German officers were killed
and the British captured a cor-
poral who had -me notes on
him taken when he tried to
extract propaganda material
from British prisoners. He had
not done very well considering
the answer to all the oues-
tions seemed to be, "I could not
say, sir." He had not even
got a grouse about rations or
lack of leave.

Hull Explains

Base Policy
WASHINGTON, June 12 (AP).-
Mr. Cordell Hull in a Press confer-
ence today aid that any arrange-
ments for partia l continuance of
American military bases in South
America after the war will be on
a reciprocal basis between all the
countries involved.
Mr. Hull was asked If there was
anything he could say, to allay
fears by some persons that the
United States will retain Its Latin
American military bases after the
war. The Secretary pointed out that
all arrangements for establish-
ments of these bases have been on
a reciprocal basis between the
countries involved, and that all the
countries seemed to understand
that point thoroughly.
Mr. Hull said that he had no-
thing really new to report on this
Government's present reaction with
the Bolivian regime of Major Vil-
larroel. He added that the report
of Ambassador Warren and inform-
ation on the matter, had been
handed to American republics, nd
that they expected to send any re-
cent information to this Govern-
Asked when Mr. Warren, United
States Ambassador to Panama,
wculd resume his duties, Mr. Hull
Sald thatI Mr Warr w n*- oa

Fifth Army

Races North

Disorganised Nazi
Forces Re t r e a i
STo New Positions
ROME. June 12 (AP).-T
German witndruwal in cent
Italy which cost about 70,000 wm
riors and Ulittered the Italian cou
tryside and mountains with OeGi
man equipment, is turning into
race as the Fifth and Eigh
Armies drive northward agali
disorganised German forces.
Allied forces moving forward a
encountering resistance only whe
the Germans are desperately hol
Ing in order to save more time
withdraw their troops.
On the Adriatic coast other fore
are pushing ahead beyond Pesca
against only minor delaying oppoal
tion. The steady German wit
drawal obviously suggests that th
are falling back to either prepare
defences in the north or a nie
line to try and hold up the rushir
Allied forces. The first suitable
terrain for such appears to
Florence, on the Florence-Bologn
In the future fighting much w
depend on the speed with which
the engineers can repair bridge
and roads and put the batter
[talian railways back Into workil
[Reuter states that on thi
coastal road running northwe
from Rome Allied troops ar
now in Tuscany and forward uni
have already reached a fair
large town, about 72 miles beyond
the capital. Inland, west
Tuscany, the Allies have take
an important road junction
Montefiascone, southeast of Lal
The agency states that in th
sector the South African troop
are now very near a place call
Bolsanoreggto, about O mile
north of Rome. It Is now know
that tha3 Sixth South Africa
Armoured Division, after figh
ing in the LUri and Sacco valley
were secretly 'switched to Uth
Fifth Army front.]
The Sixth South African Divlsio
which w.re trained in the Bgyptis
desert for a year are spearheadkr
the rapid advance along the Tibei
after passing through the Fiftt
Army in the Rome area. Th
South Africans, who played
prominent part in the Desert Wa
ent-red the Italian campaign a
[The B.B.C. correspondent W
General Alexander's headquar
ters sums up the fate
the German 14th Army lilk
this: "It has been scattered
to the four winds. The fe
remnants which remain ar
chiefly concerned In trying t
steal as much of each other
transport so as to get away a
fast as possible.
"Prisoners we have takn sa
that the situation is chaotic. Th
correspondent says that some c
them wer- given passes tellin
them to proceed alone and I
small groups to assemble at
point near Florence. To replac
this shattered army the German
have rushed up three fr.sh di
visions; one of them comes from
Denmark and another is mad.
up of second line troops."

.-,,,,,,,,,m ,. wr wrrnwasprp,L ,a,- in spite Of bad weather Allied
e original break the ing to go within a few days. r. aircraft yesterday flew about
V concentrating on a Warren recently eo npleted a ape. 1,500 sorties. Last night Allied
korth and west while cial mission at La Paz for k.r. HuU bombers attaqksd targets in Bul-
0other strike eastward In the Bolivian political situation. grtia.]
-1 catch the remaining ______
Finns in the area.
*far haa been very say- r
rhuge enIsfr av- Tobago Contributions Send
Intensity of Soviet
aaearsa aurConvent Fund Up To $48,995
tys.apport on an un-
S icale. They appear
at least as much mna- .. -
Utd to smash the Aided by further contributions from Tobago, the St. Joseph's
l1 oumd Leningr'ad
Syear. Further de- Convent Relief Fund carried its over-week total of $47,818.58 up by
f the otffen've do- $1,178.99 yesterday to end the day with a new figure of M489.57.
ether the '7l7nns are List of contributions was as follows: +_- __j_______
rO Up positions $ CO- Already acknowledged $ .47,818.58 an Pernando ..................... 6.03
, eaUing off thz gap Mr. Allan 0. C. dosSantos ... 50.00 Lucille Thomasos ........... .... 1.00
h their Karelian Wail Members of St. Gerard's Corn- Anonymous 1.................... .
mandery No. 202..............150.00 Pupils of at. cMry'scollege 221.00
S. for tile time b ,ng. Col.tedin Tobgas: ........
One foot by the fury Dr. N. O'C.. lanc ......... 10000.001 8.4S.5
g of the Sovet on- Mr. Abraham Morales ........ .00l
f ha e St o Nurs Coma Phippe ........... 1 0,00 Saturday's total of $2.342.21 was madr
nave to underts.e Mr. Frank Latour .. 20.001 up of the following contributions:
fttreat in the hope of U.S. Crash Camp, Crown pt. 25. Already acknowledged ................ $45,47.3
new stand higher up Mamle Rose o0oller '001 M Alma Tat ................10,0
Nurse R. Dempster 2.00 I Mr. and Mrs. Archer" ................
Warships, tanks and Mr. Evans Collier ..2.0 iawle Hinds .............. 1.0
sopping up in the Nurse W. Lucas .................... I Muriel Owandoltn Reld ............ .0
D. Davis ... ........ ........ .. Mrs. Mary Jardine ............ 0.00
-U. Danel ............ .. 2 Patrie J. Domlnlqu25. .....0 .
Sms. A n .. ....... ....... . Mr. and Mrs Lono de Varteull 50.00
Mr. A. Dougls 50 Mrs Defe thaller 2500
S r Collected In Tobago by"Mr.r a, i M. r sh a
V. Rodriltuo; Eight Pall from Sioth ....... .. 0.00
raged A Well-Wisher ... .0oo Mr. and Mrs. ma e d VerteuUl 1S.00
T agedy Mr. Jodu aKpoir ...... ... 5 ollected by1 Miss M. H.
reek -en d Mr. e r . ... 0 Pollona .................................... .7S
Mr. Mre. Urtas G ore 5.00 Mr. Clyde 0. Camps ... 10.0
*Mr. H staslaus ......... 2.00 Mrs. Butter HndersMon ....
Bi..L Mrs Martha Itanillaus 2.00 Mr. N. A. George ............ 04
1l- k'Fraser, As- Mre. D. Bell .. 2.00 Mr. Ctaballero ........... ... .
2 Offer and As- Mis Adina ScoUand .... 2.00 Mr. Doman ........... ........ .
WI of the Control Mr. v. Kerr ....................... ..o 00Collected by Mire Mllred A.
wft e cot rol Mr. Victor Kerr 1. T .................. 0 Tu, f a dn* 4.0
adive at a tout Mr. Noble CTarl.es ... .00 M. A. Tartan .............. 0
t Sunday afternoon Mr. Peihaim Ford ........ 1. C. 1. C* ne............. 2.00
1 Withfrends at t. Mrs. Alice Ince .................. 1.00 Goe. Fr Teal-a-Sue ..0.
Sth friend at St. Lt Aldeen ............ ....... A. A dt ....... oo
Mr. J. ArdeMn esot ... 1..01 Louis A. R Ssb1 .. 0.
IgIto have struck his Miss Loue MNeUl .. 1.00 Bernard .....1........... .
Inlto the water Mr. c. We iner .. 1.00 V.0.Wes t ....... 1.Z
wa .ll Mr. S 1. B teMtt ............. 1.00 Trto ......... 20
i.. w *~M i I L k Mhja ....... 14 j -* r ..*-........-.... ...."........
S che-Fraser float- catherne Cirke ...... :24 A. dwads...2.0.....
! 31nianer shortly Mr. Johnny bys ........ :b Js, p er .S........... 20
te lun e, Mr. HI to ....... .50 Jo1 A l .............
Mr.KiegttoJsepart:so A. M. T. All..5
to h l a l m Mrt. D. eet ... ........... ... A ..e ................
,kAPetwr Pow ndy sPlyMilan_ ....Solan W a..A. P ..,............... 1.4
a rt. .11. a d .... ............... .....o 0.0 Uf. aO. hi Fr k a .... ..........k... 10.
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ts MOIlamu.Rito A X.o11aeMl(ASULt) daBTURN__ TO_ an___ ._ 41____
~ft o0011 R I ubof now.
Vtnasjant ..... soesa-
land" 'Days 1746tk Da Of The War

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Assault Troops Pour Ashore





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i" n r ne t b hed "n odmonrgimirm th on f th
invasion of France on a 100-mile front alono, the Normandy coast by Allied forces iat week-
(A.P. photo.)
les e S Eet Chi nese Take
i.Ales Smash Chamber To Elect ns

f 15 Airfields Congres Delegates Lungling I
en cThe Trinldad Chamber of
n Co c t a priatmr meeting, Lg ing .
In France omme held at a tomorrow morning, Burma Drive
,I will elbct Its delegates to attend
its m the ,Amocia5ted West Indie an.
ps By AUSTIN BL4IMEAR? Chambers of Commerce Con- CHUNGKING, June 12 (AP).--
reEA LEed gress which opens at Bridge- The Japanese we- reported tody
ea SUPRE M ALLIED HE A D town. Barbados on June 22. to have been driven out cf Lungling
QUAmeRicanERS fleetJone arly1,0 been "Trinldad.guardian" has in the Salween River arca. Cap-
SAmerican oair et of n early 1,000 been lnformeI t a Press ture of Lungling s called the
L heavy bombers and up to 750 as statement will be issued after reateat, success. to date In the Sal-I
corti g fighters .mashed at15one the meeting and that the dole- ween offensive.
S y ad ftelds spread across Frane gates will proceed to B Bitter fighting Is still raging for
t dar anall w itch of t' Amlke d t e n Wednesday, Juae 3 e the Japanese base of Changsha,.
;e The lftO'Pitched intdmaked thoe retac at .the Yunan Province rail town.
d a eY'st operate ions probably t At the sam' time the Americans
heavlestn since the Invasion began.J s es announced today that a re,:r-

ae Indicaua-tion er fclte e thvac nnh of mhlcnt--- *^ -
wer I ans ee In the tolJ IVtps t av' American arrirr task force
th sorties would reach a five digit t bsock 43 n have again bombed Japanese posi-
Ie figure by nightfall. t -i T tior- in O',im. former American
a The Luftwaffe put up the stiffest t a e naval base, and two other nearby
r. resistance since the Channel as- tIslandsIn the Mariana group-Sai-
at plosives on a number of bridges KANDY, CEYLON, June 12 details have yet wen given.
r- and other installations in weather (Reuter)- On the Indo-urnia American heavy bombers from
of deacribd offically a& exc e'lent border 14th Army troops are meet- the southwest Pacific attacked Pa-
ce The airfields hit Included hose ing resistance at points 24 miles lau in the Carolines. Twenty-two
X at Lille, Nord, Mor.Ltdider, o vreux, ofist of Konima and some eight ,tainese lanes on the ground
w Vauville, Dreux, Vltry-en.Artois miles to the southeast. The Allied were destroyed. .
re and Bauvais-Tille, facilities the advance north of Imphal contin- 'o
wt Germans need in mounting sart- ues. British troops have cleared ala Fe
ous defence to the rising tide of the road block and beaten off Japanese J panese Forces
SAllied aerial might. counter-,ettacka.
Marauders and Havocs of the [In a meage to the B ad. Bncir le Ch angsha
Y Ninth U.S. Air Force t :re again from Southeast Asia Head- n a n s
e out in strength bombing road and quarters, John Nixon says that CHUNOKING, Tu Re 12 tAP)--
f rail junctions at Aunay-sur-Obon in the first five months this Indication that the city. of Chang-
g and Falaise and a bridle at Sonde- ytur 14th Army troops and sha is encircled was contained to-
n sur-Noireau without loss, vwile British airborne foes In cen- night in a communique by the
a fighters and fighter.bombers ofI tral Burma have killed nearly Chinese High Command. which an-
Sboth the Amern and British Air 22,000 Japanese, 8,000 of them nourced that the Japanese were

eboter the bAmttle anBritis Aisroe _, J*
s Force plastered many installations during May.] assaulting the Hunan Province
- with bombs, rockets and bullets. In central Burma, Chinese capital Incessantlv "from all direc-
m troops are within two miles of tions." The invaders' attUAcks from
S American heavies were lost s K.maing. The Chinese ommuni- the east reached a point only six
Awerian hares wGererelst. qut says that the Japanese ad- aileg from the beleaguered Cantoi
tidwo ierman fighters which dancing on Ch..ngsha, In Hunan Hankow railway city, but atteripts
it tried to Intercept them were
unable to penetrate the strong ince. have been halted at e to cross the Lluyang River directly ,
Sescortd of Lightning tng position covering the approaches to the east were repulsed, the
srd Thund erbolt fighters. Four- to the city. High Command said.
teen of the fighters are miss-
ing.It isknown that at least G n to e s
17 German fighters were des-
troyed. Intruders p~oln e M n d m ry S y li '
over the battle area destroyed G Ms r1 iI l

PTraid Inrdr patrollingit o y T~ I ctalywithp
11enemy aircraft. Eight Al- H B tle ne
lied fighters were shot down. H ve W t e f ac es
Last night, R.A.F. Loncas- a o Be O ec
terms and Healfaxes bombed _oet
three rail centres in France
and a railway bridge south of B; DON CAMPSRLL
to harass the movements of N~rmandy, June 11. (Reuter)--General Sir Bernard Montgomery told
German troops and supplies to
the battle area. For -is third MO here tonight: "We have won the Battle of the Beaches. I am
S night running RA.F. iMosaqui- very hapi y and very pleased indeed with the stuaLion so far, but
0 toes last n ht-- dropped 4,000t
S pounders on Berlin. We lost there Is a good deal to be done yet.
)0two aircraft from th! ta
0 ndo rcf froe-th. ttac "There are no longer any gaps-
57 and frc mine-layting.l lcs-eead hr-n hr
From an American fighter-base, between the British and the lee-hps between the landthe ingthere
c.ome a report that one squalo ta- ron- . -t t pla s e violence and the power
r of 12 Thunderbolts broke up a tt- Io.- very good." and the s.o ofourIietial es wulte
10ack b 20 Mo te shoot f nlg oowne Genearal t n4. ctrried us right over the beaches
0 N0f them atr th a cost ofonlye on*ran tmery went on: and sme miles inland very quickT.
tP47s. h er ti 3 "The width of ly. That Is actually what ha-
S e fig ther e Rt t A mercan SthM lodgment eu e With violence and power
heavy bombers tangled with the area is over 40 we le, the beaches behind us ex-
LUtftwaffe, but not a single Getr- mleasfriom ete cent one 8eal case.
man 'plane reached the bombers. m at 1 River "On these beaches there were
If A TaRESitoe to the concrete defences ard in a greet
MANY TARGeETSHoc gh tw R 1 ean troops mac t ases they were t aaed with
, By afternoon, oraer Eighth aglrt- who are only 18 the enemy arrtson stiW rematnig
era demoihedo ta Geaged a widei I T les fron Cher- i and, of course. In l laceT
variety of targets with their boms lyr a. rthe death be tw he landlnt --the a edemv
wlad bulle, inclUd trucks, rB W. S---Vr" n some wa le But th soier
yarda, loomotives, railway cars, nad
armoured car., ta .s a-do ,ta- 1B105 li uthet P1.c not so -uh. "I sai beforeba, 4 that avery
ti~lsstff arsan inairi~ It is a god firm lod~gment ar i a ms be Imbued with one
I rtshaf rcean bcar ry- whim e. we eli foslintlo~t a base fr Idea snd that was tO penetrate
lag fgteri s raotckeda d o ist-ia.ry, bhdldwy and deeply Irno the ed e m
to ners ane, rai 5nstl dvemyn ope r .m t OZW ^u lisn-
S i o e twl taSe Caen?' I land. That wp my initial instric-
road behin said ,I don't know.' tion so the senior offiers. The
Carma m nea thebastim "CI mm talk about the past In coniceistloa that you landl on the
?and ea military trt~aitors M mes farP so ian m do that without beech. and net a little bridge-I
kinds nomta.t heym o. hudg nte sntgo
I Score for the R. A.?. Second tac- ab'g o wea~ 4 toUP th in YOUy mus.thaneie tr-ate uickl inot
R en'priis de-.royed by arl e m'~ akt you 'nat~ had cukwridu reperemussona
Mfterliooi against the eo e a'tij~jntulbtaw ar

wS'slSt ead tlm th? wer ths dW ^..dS
same numbeathough two RAJP. "We y0v won w'hat I l til tha hr eetoed~~
TWpilOtse iare.+ kwnto be safe. Bh fl /--lesha" We --IUslte wickh still held out when
Twofrres, Which the erallsas have w It. his l oha m We e thWre l inland. The
wer uagto get I t-t w -. g as bs to ho dealt with ana reduced
li s cr w the Si nel now thao l Al- ii l n w I h b s b S a e b t
l~d'P~~ miliF~ vrt~llyci bP)IiM* sa.o whn In'ha oro s's we adlo mises
aerl Osbrl'ae wcrm unkbya ttskbSmum om ku t
t aiitghme ro. mt hem there a e ostare~ sy in. mean fa-mutm rnota -
J I r e o t e t u I gm am a w ho fotl a' 'u r w ell

Beachhead Area

In France Complet

And Depth Increased

FORCE. June 12 (AP) .-American tanks and infantry aaM"t
through the cent-e of the German line in Normandy today, C .ptu *
Ing Certsy Forest, 18 miles inland from the sea. toppling the strong-
hckl of Carentan after s bitter fight and battling Nas forces only '
14 wiles from Cherbourg. +- = e-
THeAdnuerters declaredil that Field. E ien o r,
,7irshel Prwln -nmmel is usingidE e h o e
14 to 15 divisions of 250000 retn An 1rla1 I'll ^;
against the Allied beachhead. The A n urc
Allies have taken more than 10,000 i
prisoners. 'I T*
It was announced that the Allied l N sit F
bearhl,'ead is now complete ana a -
coastal strip some 60 miles long LONDON June 12 (Ro14)as\
LODN June^ Ke 12 (euw ,*
is firmly in Allihe a'ands and "Its Mr. Winston Churchill and Gener
depth ia being Incleaeed steadily." Dwight Eisenhower the Anll
The Germaws are reinforcing Supreme Commander, spent sever1'
Cheroourg peninsula along the west hours on the Normandy front,
coast roads and resistance to the day. With Mr. Winton ChurCh.
a^ Wit Mr.. Wistn h
American advance in stiffening, but Field-Marshal Jan Smuts and |ISU
ieadquarters said Rommel is show- Marshal Sir Alan Brooke, Chief et-
ing definite signs'of weakness and the Imperial General Staff.t 11
that three German Panzer Divi- Among the highlights of tl}.i1
sons in the Cacn-Tillv area are Prime Minister's visit was a dot-
using large DroportIons of old fight high above the beaches an
1, rench tanks, he saw a German daylight Intruder
Headquarters said: "This ap- come crashing down. a l
pears to be a very great weakness. The Prime Minister, who open.*
T'he enemy has been unable to three hours ashore, had lunch
build up his attacking forces as General Sir Bernard MontgomerpI
rapidly as he anticipated. He IN visited Army Headquartersan
unable to take his armour out of sawtroops and suppliesbeing nIS
the battle to reform for a lrie.- Then ther e wan s ae sall hnroua
scale attack because he apparently the battlefleet andthe thunder
lacks infantry to hold the ground Allied naval guns bombarding Gep-t
BRIDGEHEAD EXPANDED man position Inland. The destroy
er H I.t S. Kelvin. carrying th
The American advance recorded Prime MInister and his party, he!.
was south and east of Lion. ex- self bombarded German poaitlonl'
panding the bridgehead in that aea on the northeast flank.
to match the American eight-mile IMr. Churchill left after six tai
advance farther to the east which evening.

took the torets ol Cerlsy.
LReuter correspondent with
the American troops have de-
scribed how they came off best
in the battle for Carentan, key
ocjectlve since "1 Day" ai-
most a week ago. It is strate-
gically placed on the road ad
,ail network leading to Cher-
Uourg. and tne AMEnican troops
battling through the flooded
lowianus reached Carentan late
yesterday and demanded the
surrender of the town. The
German commander refused
and the Allied bombardment
went on again for hours. A
correspondent who watched the
battle says through a walkie-
talkie he heard Allied assault
forces directing the fire of the
guns to blast out the Germans.
In the last fierce phase the rem-
nants of the German suicide
squad were wiped out at point-
blank range and Carentan was
in American bands at 8.30 this
The Allies hammered out gains
on all three main sectors supported
by 1,400 American heavy bombers,
blasting 16 airfields and lsix bridr s
in the greatest aerial million of
the war.

General Elsenh> wer. who a rriv
shortly before Mr. ChtIurchill, 09 O
destroyer, had with him the Untt.e
Marshallthe "0AJMrcanet^
Staff; Admiral Ernest King, t*
Comniander-ln-Chilcf of tbe Unitd
States Fleet; and General Heer
Arnold, Commanding General I
tod States Army Air Forcsa,.
With Lieut.-Oeneral Omar Bn4
ley, the Commander of the Unlta
States Land Forces in the Eures
pcan theatre, and other top-mal-
lag American officers they made a
five-hour tour of the American part
of the front. They watched hoas&r
tal 'planes taking off for Enilai
then they went for a drive to with.
In five miles of the fighting on th0
Carentan sector where they wit
nessed a section of the towS sti
burning with smoke riinge tin .
thick pall; then on to another t.
the scenes of the triumph of t
fighting spirit of the Ameriota aa
sault troops.
The few townspeople were s
drifting back among the ruteM
when the American convoy pullel
uo and they gave the "" sigh am
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Namy RLsnA 08 r a bulaut ,t Mbe. for wejutoiB o
,efsenteneebsIposed hm, by in J.,t I K. VVheMt Brfm
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S foit to take Into cw-iettr a--
c oondrto 'tei ntbe osr P eae Bait
a( UMlp latle and bad mIrey d
"i feMr months irt kAl penanr nftIe t
our eryMr. Louis Wharton, his

,at le ileadm*,e t haU NDON aJune th12 (AP) -Lordn
eomaitlfl te dme shid. VADAsltSta bitter toe of anY

oed ot veerela o U ew term afore p ermanY. arted today
mwy but in &distracted that the Allies weretad gered"in-
wat and akel d the Court to &cc_= ng Woodrow Wilsons 14

t n ut o a uionihdrtle inex- pointsor t the st war by the threat
Skwat neod had ndo e thatonl the United Sates would make
J t Mr Whrtt e ha b e I n Jalng t ha ear i Germans
nseringd Mr ieEonrh alwas bThe former P rtance wader-
oreduton chilren. w n ovter ohel Se -taey for Fore gn Affairsl cial-
you i adst being i ai months 14 Poine nts led shorten the last
det A ld 1 years. but in- war,aldinu letter to "ap s en t mes.'
n.Tie of supporting aiWcfal. "Befored U se end ofrte the lastwar,
TeU Court cointituted e by His Colt. Hoe o atide to the Untd
Rouri Henry W. Blacklrl, Chief states President badgere a d ther
Justice, Mr. Justice a. Lt M. Perez Allesi ntoaccepting the e14 Points

, Dor etldnt the i lakya doe mnot eoc|.aely u true o( Allid poaddeda wiThe
nd Mr. Just loe Eric Hall inan. by threatening to conclude e a sepa-
Sinted out there was o verwhelm- rate peace. We anlttawertesd the in for
:oe evidence to suvort the c on much post-war trouble not shared
"ictnof,.arhad been recognized by the United Statesy.I

by M fr Wharton Dur ing ths war. mant Germans
Anlswering Baldeogiigf'I appeal have urged us Lyo shorten tw e war

r reduction o sentfnre o,, o the by me premature nd I-consd-
rouendlp that he ehad a large am-i ered promises. They had consider-
tV Chief Justice said: "Thre. i ableucg a in colouring the gen -
I Court does not take & manct eral tone of Allied Propaganda with
domestic Uabtitiez. intoaconsiders- continued appa semeng."

taft. The offence was a very cal- Lord Vaniittart asserted the con-

tok o, ^i ,, ... t.o- Inflg"tuelncednonI Geandhi
cubted swindle and wae of see o tentonthat cause of the 14
ftss4,n for depwatine from the Pol the Germans were less ready

,sual procedure Aherebv th peiod to fight to the bitter end was
rendbin the appeal does not COulsit Utterly untrue'" and added: f"They
s Dart of the sentence. p did fighi to the bitter end. Their
Mr. C. T. W. E. Worrell, Actp position was beyond hope or repair

In Solicitor-Gereral. appeared on -hen they grudgingly gave int."
beral of the Crown Irdthe r Vanritta rtti maid the 14

.Mi s Appoy Chldren. tar etv an xpeAri(nee Inth nioni
Point, w wre -'rejected by every 1 r-

4 g~ anof publcl opinion In Germany,
Seld Cross B azaar i and, onths after, the German
Th^ildiers nearly won the war by the

$ 3m2, fury of e their onslaught.h

t: < oeW, M rr. A. 0. Marelnd "Pegging Int last year nrh tler Ouar
Recei ts from the Red Cro" In-t e n

n .B eua -h ex hes a:' Governmen Mr Inia hS. beenla
-Vsion AppeaCg io al dren Party andi W t' as let a
SBaaer Aheld lat. Sa tunr rsy realized, African Sojourn
a rMwneaI *h totnl rafl od les roadcnim(i pI
SItofn44, although n hmin t hi
held indoors because of Ue I_ nle cdG n h
e Vmency of the wJagher I
IThis Is announced b.,,th~e _rpan- VINDON, A wie 12 speuter -

w 1 Mr. A,.Gy .Son. Macrell and WpNtiong in the Ma nrli eter Uur
. FW bJ 3 Maoutatr Rwho express dir." Ptoda,,k Mr, 11e S. LPolak
udM thanks to all personspandybaYs anfy atd bandhld w oldest and

SMu.ess firms .ho i. urenway li- MLtintimate n lleague in tdi. last

12"arnt Th/ babyedollwn. won bu sly othe's splnditad Nudfehren al uelw
e Mrs. Roy Alton: 2 Mr. j einock experience if sta n the Union
*~Webster; 3. Master Robert Madrell. Mr. Polak adds: ..There are today
bta4. Mrs. Abrahnia: 5. Mr. Lindsay many political leaders in India, and
nt.l the- baby doll was won by not Gandhi atnd tNehru alone, whi
M Gardiner Burmled. while the sincet the passing of the Nat
ta44 goes tohMrs. C. eia nrd. "Pegging Act', last "ear In the fad
h hoe ntof the most energetic protestsm o
Sthe Government of India. have been
^i a ynrt Raskting with Increasing anxiety whe
-Visiting Bishop ite ni s tpseo ef
*VI~lng D~n~ptler India. ha a liace of seit
resa pect In the British Common
iSo oaks AtAl,0Saints $12ea lth ,Had
"With India and China todki
.ie Very Rev. WlUim 2 imea fighting on lhe side ofa the Unite
Hughes, t.wly consforated Blishop Nations* ainst the Japanese in
of Britih Hontdurh, speit last vader, with Indiana eighting so gal
Sunday here and took oppo.itilln y lf ntly aide by t ide will, our met
to tpeak to the All Saint' congre- with Austiralians, rluth African
8 0alon at th evening service, and Canad ins, all learning by suc.
S isahop Hughe. untilrt recently intimate cntacts to admire e ac.
fan G0eorgetown, is on is wiv owher'. s splendid but different qual
to British Honduras to take : his ities surely a way, based on mutual
new duties. respect and self-restraint, ran b
He told the, eonegratinn that he found ou of then pre.hent racial ino
VGA glad of the opnortunlt tot lt whie r nue o the
pek to them of te diocese In tn t"h es ma-w the roinin th
which he hoped on to labour e sauoateri s hi DomItions. cx
His Loreshlp %w1sdue to continue' r nhiovereign Juleisdiction, u r
hi journey yesterday. b lIaablel n.
i e standing and Interpretation.
Grenada Estate Barbados Income
Sold For $96,000 Bi $12.0ad PerIHe
"a"a Garial C;aepen Is $129.60 Per Hea
O tNADA, June 12-Boulogne Trinidad Guardian Correspsondeni
Btrte, St. Andrews, formerly own- BRIDGkeoWN. BARBADOiS
ed by the late Mr. A. W. Duncan June 10. An Investigation recently
ou neland, has been old for completed by Mr. irederic Ben
't 8.000 to Major Wilfred de Gale, ham, Economic Adviser to Nth
brother of thle Hon'ble Frank de Conpt roller for DIevelopent an
SOalle. Welfare, shows teis the nation
4 The Government cocos rehabil- I.'IOnII of Barbados for the yes
station scheme directed by Mr. p. 1942 was* 26,380,000 equal to o 129.e
W. Cop. is located on the e8twio. per head of population.
the chipf crops of which are coroad Mr Bnham, however, points ot
Interplanted wita nutmeg. that *ince 1042 a number of price
etsincl and income,, hove risen and tlf
A r t n ; total national income is no
AGomes' Speeches higher., ,
e clie t t i ate on the net illeom
Out In New Book t from ard. aernmentea
Opt IncentsandrenewaNlsbut emmt
Out. a few osy. ago and availableelde ex~cisesd imprtdutie b
at h adig city bookstores is a se they ,do not t correspond o
handy solum e of selected speech values created In the process s
of Councillor Albert dosO. the production, as well as transfer pa)
,Deputy Mayor, mad in the Tawn meats such as pensions and p
,ali at City Council mtilongs and relief.
on various public platforms during
his seVen yeArs of activities In )o- V.LFABE DOD! MEET
cal politcs.
The selections Include speeches The Grand Riviere Welfare A.
on such subjecs as adult agifrage; Sociation will inetiat Useorar
wartime ban on eancul ;time River Ut1*1 anobl ogiwrro
SCentral Ubiviry Scheme, the Pub- a.t 7.30 p.m., w'-en ne' applic,
lic Library1 right of Use West In- ticia for membership will be com
dies; scavengers' strtiks; water; aidered. Mr. Ellis B. I. clara
and freedom of worship. be lrater-at-lw, hat consented i
The book, produced by Mr.! be legal sadwiser to tthe AssOclatiom
domes who dedicated it to Mr. 0. ~- --- -" --
Herbert Adams, U C P. ot Bar-1 Men A- W~gfgiau
bados, his fMend and political col- Y an w T T~n
*league. was printed by the Our Te Ixheuuir!ki
Glen Cocniercial Printery. XiU lO



Governor At hlmiimumW PILES
Fixed hUS"S.

Virgn rsluds-
uiaas'.s, mt. .such a esmant athe
bAeMme Imfy. are a sufferer.
IN= atl e 6 A" D &A nd mk s mt" to uk your
bWhve been recr mi n wed for t ite wose r ed*
b"U M IWin.S ftt UhII, hi the vw

l *UMu UBKwB~ertM [br mnr.tl i'MA ISpMI .o bankin .. mn, la no.le ap- ctrte~ 4t tube. mak-
ee~oe Mi. the I tatb wy yetw -m~cf ee aa --tB-f- Bt--~nk ------------------
a het~ I,, was anmoore was n d an itho

-. l -Wednea essby Lt. 13' 8e eWal aerslwerel wi

-..g- -- an t of baais tee mee"-t 9 Y EARn S fOm a
the of thA.,611sl trouble.

-st.ilfiw Pao wR o.Theelmi to rso-
S Tim -e mnl,. am would a' -o 01d a 01111 but a pecal I
thi saene five i mi' er,. a~ tar e s~'soteatfaor t with

-, "., U- r va-butcluria e tre" AN Fe rAeS Aed In a
..*1. "prop M rdere, motor carrmprala special-de-alP"cator tube. mak-

waiRoosevelt Confers With Mcomunit simple in l n FIDDLE old
TweMty-Ave temts wor has beeomn TAK Kche iSCteverywhere.
Polish baPremiler "e aten T me 9 eIm? x aen ,I "P -a-industri iesMa o i
Wetst lastSaturday aftenueesapagin awatued a laigenumber bnig The comnurntee roo ~ ~

*( tv:e "r asthe how reached Iee teha.Owhpg "m o in duty bodwage" wites d be
theg O HI.SheDiZ A Imedfar ftam'n k 'ng "' ________________2

AP W-Preightidnt ROOevelt con-f anmw e* at ptt or te m eeouo res ultat
ere with tanre iabiu s lyt ere is w I sdn -aad Un o s Mena to aSd ms wo o PILEtREMEDY

Lazekyk, Prime Mtinater of l sopduer. hIte S Son. a'$-
thee pIctUre above His EXediebcy leIshewn with Mr. A. C. RSaind tthat t~o eamo- 0

Poland, and after oft the Ralum s. "S 00 0t- of the most rcet Innods flwas, Hei ete-two
IPrime Mntter report-b'd they tah tta ono Ia t"t 92 YEARS OLD- old d ft fddle
_____the lunto AND FIT ASA i

-eS n S .-- ^ ^ W ^ y ^A

]--- ...-- ---- --- ..... convicted* *ndt *nt^tt dahwhe prvn <*rt"t aid to. me whyt I^ti to ekal^y alert, o
RooseveltC on an accMumordera of mur- pt ta me t wntiny never ee F He always tel

,/NazisC War I(ZIOT ll peal yesterday to irat thmn ex- ,- -nntos oft, xrwehen 8 Its In my firstf
tensloa or time to fil reasons tor BrI'CiM, MI m HN cu of tea every mornlnd'."--Mrs.)
rmedtl meotiMnsome time ths T Mo9t 8Ople row old long beforeaLY
OvePolishPrulen erlon by M. e wosciderte eal thtr mebeuse they b ,sleet

....."^"-T^. Th T./w W.- E. l Wor cU, a?,L 11Pi- mitte's recommendations on- vital need of health--tbe need r|
WASHINGTON June 12 P.-Th citr-eneral tlt the Cou ha introd u i mode et o I ftl In duty bound" writes SAM

German-controlled 'Parts radio no power to entertaml th appoca- lSd sat Mucurapo to the Plan- Eventually they start the health. j
broadcaP-Presit today a Von Rundtedt ton for te exteon the ourt usi nmtlon uhen habit. Then probably or-
ecrred withat alau MikoPe granted the men 0 days to tor- t rdlan WUt toam te fort Ume In their vellous resultshey
tLI, International Law aci The of = 9 wft matter from the stem. In-
Poland, and afterwards the in#r n of the maot recentIH

HPrime Minister repoCvtidi p to whether prp notl Ma t Conmttee Is t heduled tomaet a se ot bln logged tie tntet-t w
had a very frank satisfae t ury dt a been en. 4.e o'clock, tine are old, and is aslear. Insteaddle.
atd ras p onr n Blsth Mhraj meat by thematt n ofN can nipver abound kt and run up and
and dere ewas ticneharsa tin. t g ther toPStt.tlon tor leave aP- thom a, s tairs. His friends marvelN
conas tr -aonsp failcted toand sentence t rounds in Strachin a great aid tohwhy It Is he Is al.coys alert, and
recetlyon n actaa~lu o mur catleandmia pakin Inustry. never feelss tcet He always tells

smshh tincrep r. der, got the noce Court of Criminal Ap- them the reason: 'my regular daily

ehpos tyesternday espmred d c hm e
Nazis W arn "", da y ongrant thfmu catied pu d doe sofruchn S t In my first

Vicy rfe)s~id +he GOrnnans Mr. P.Bruniny^, appare ue . ^^ c th. body.--Advk
timalso had assumed eto.r aowes nM cup of tea every lRam ."-Mr.. )
their appea ulegainstthe oovic Therlaity Council will hold a A J. W.

Frenchmen u. ncomp ra meeting time this Mosth otgrorWoHd o g before

Overuin st ubmsis iaon br 1.. con, l etedted fpcia, tPomteir tBBB--M tI
C. T. W. .i Worreil, actingBe Slt- L.ecommeations in con- vital need of health-the need r

LONDON. June 12 (AP .-Tht cor-teneral, that the Court had stiu with the granting OfeS On I ntsl cleanlinses.
German -controlled Parts 'radio no power to entertain the appliesl &&a- .~s~t iucurape to tile plan- Eventually they start the health.

Broadcast today a Von Rundsted t tion for time iextsiste Court ning n Commission, the Kruscen habit. Then probably for
decree that all French resisters n the men 10 days t eo for- Ge y ay tm

wol Ben tr eAten.d- a uerreilvs and nOurt sgouilytIn' fl wasinformed th s ne IhRli vs t
wud beblle tfr ated a w ha- d and their grounds but reserved y ia bstarttg rid every ay of all
tit "In ternational Law d The their answer to the pointrlsed as Today the Water emergency waste matter rom the system. In-
Hague Convention willo'lot apply to whether proper notice of aas Commite is scheduled to meet at steaid of being logged the f ntef -

to them and the y will n be had atn anll been given.e 4.1 lck.tn eae PAarodcrnusta
treated as prisoner of wary B 4 oth1 o'al amend. ainetta o oflier kidnans beig a u gInst h

This decree waste harshest Inh Ma Jstie notha Isdeetie ndt' f a a M
a series of German crackdowns to theirsplotin for leave owap- e theysare t aeiV and efficient. New,
smash th e increa.'.ng r distance peal failed to tgive the grounds win raf- c healty blood goescots. i through
behind ..their line, os- .pen the noticcl e as required ndby thue Or. t the vein -carrying health

whl LthONe w1o trPy.--Tepr wOlf-cal ,Thle \ur Bcsho inerl w ith tne mtht kth tA H A-- TIji F
A lled invasion. finance. ftg strength and energy to every PDA rta b W
Vichy radio sanid the lerinans Mr. E. P Bruyning. appeared uec the body.-Adv
alo.had 'asum d t 'ortu iMfor Ramrjattan, and Mr. Ellis
alo a i asue exur Int w~eriorClirke for Ramsurrat Maraj.
d Franace-Alliert including Vichy) Comising therCort were His

i Cantal, Haute, loir e ano d yPude- Honour H. t B. lack all, the
. dome, Chief Justice, Justice J. L. M.

l renh Council resistance uels in The Chief Jus1 twice raised the r P
Smobilsed as from toe to ham- itlh"m grounds of appeal.

w omehn to eonseer' ypursoives alr 1utoetend the ttieng fortlh* IKek ^^
o per the Germans by all means g Mr. Bruyning submitted that the

d s ort eble. non-compliance was not Wful2, and D
whet h try rothat the notice wis A defective and AFTERM
i- amendable. PAI

Sorm gltreae as u Ellis Clarke su' listed for D Witt'S Antai PoWdw
Port ugal otBdaars M thatIto the Court was astis- bri ingsBtan. elCT I FirT
dv o od that the mistake was not w- *by oneutrsa

Sa ra urhen Th ful and that It was sonethling that^ h nooadd
Wolt etoutrtt de occsid be amended and cured. thenUM.h td l Kre.l K l
SLISBON 12 (APIf -Thce e official the Court should exercise its in- tys.ie "iflamed stomach
d bulletin tida publishAed lawhalt-Iherent discretion and riant the e 1 b "t1 t ai

I- Ing I t' e productio and exuportes of t-ion of time =ght. b
Swolfram in Portual Mr. Worre' contended tha anW
The ban on wolfram leaves job- application without ground" was It sag hoemae cauzaagstomach
i les about 25,000 miners. Including no notice and therefore there was j sts tackle the troblat gde
il some 7,000 employed by two prin- nothing to amend. Stat prmptl with Do WIWtS
!h fdpal British-owned mines "We "re of opinion," said the IEU
al ,.nse who break the law bv three A4.elsion. lltha' this court has --ow- 0600ach pails, restore
ofe months to one year'snnionlRentr e ,r to extend the time and we wa iveb g back lbthy
- and thporettion to penal colonies the non-compliance under Rule 45.
while those who try to export wolf- Thir IR a case in w'hell~ we might
rt a m will be treated as Smugghlii nroperlv en'rcise our discretion. and- SOE, T1111 FEET
e and thus punished yThe halting we 'Ill allow the non-comollance
n of exports decree emphasized n to tobe rem-dly- by the appellants

* beinvef ofective since June .' r w thin 10 e.iys. ANTASID POWDER
For Prisoners ________VR"ben.___ufis D~qh
LONON. June 12 (Reuter) -
LWhatsver transport difficulties WiTH N ENGY fill
51 may ariseAa result of the In-
y voslton. Allied prisoners of war .E:n W" .YO --ew 11 "VMims m V Fla
I-camps In Germany will not go Wha y" felostd&, lids.. ml leesft
e- short of parcels. British Red Cross "Wry. if isa als thatmujmami 'u /
id official this afternoon told Reuter:
I "Every camp in Go rmany has at LIFEBUhYI
.r least eiht weeks' supplies of par-W Mtiis &UNs, l.ia
30 coai and tere is also a very largesdmiermtigo* &W on* less
res ir ve at Geneva. glp $P w s' s
oe' o Wteao aswrersany wltli: HEAL tH
ciiiy fdlays occurring to the = Do s ee ersr~nus.Du't
delivery of pritioner of war parc~is buharPulativis. H Natine ds tn SOA
Ias a result of the invasion." There, *eli,.slsy- willusedDinemiSOAP I
a. lso fair, has been no question of the JEcsmemicaly tee-essthus 34Ada asdesi
r- despatch of pacels from thiscu- liitmDms iSPleedda gt frh agai

tof yh

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SPrincipa Outlines

hit Plan For Education

J ll pft e* ftpa r a a liberal education, Mr. T. X.
^w pskoZpSI 49 een'5 Royal olUege, giving "Reunion
SS early 1 members o the Former Students' Assocla
I Ommi.t Training College in the college Haul last
& teaching s most Important profession in the world
a Uemrs to a high SenSe o their "very great responsi-

" "pressed by Mr. 1.
r pateweoft, who
4that given opportuW-
-Wd Make Im-portantu
p to designing' of he
if etue o--^----s- -

milR.mn, who was speak- u
i-s1ta Ing o the worduca- po
I named an man over pet
the community the te
egurreulum and the te
'NULmn and gson an he ta
Igt report on education ts w
-y. that the new trend in
E ased on the principles c
drive their' meaning
Uvrnand living o rihan ig
it he mantlond as Iml- w
ta truly literal education fC
e d ot w MR. T. X. HUTCHINSON te
L,,Vrttanding of the world" ati
hsmslives; q-_______ _w_ a
it on of breadth of physical and mental development as
ttook; [kof the child, the difficulties and re- w
M in the ability and sponsibilities of the teacher's ".s!- p
jlygiion of the desire to have increased enbrmously The b]
S and study after teacher of the present day' must0c0
tn has ceased; have, of necessity, much broader f'
I of the critical facul- contacts with the outside world sce
e so that he will not than he had when he himself was t
all that he hears or a student. 'He must himself be an is
'af in print; educated person with a background ot
jiu in the ability to as rich and as broad as that of any t
and so to form sound other profession. He must have full an
and adequate knowledge of the lie
standingfof the fun- pupils entrusted to his care. He of
pinciplesof right and must understand the world around an
him, he must have complete la
owani in setting up of mastery of the subjects he teaches, to
adarsof beauty In art with special emphasis on its effect th
g Mon the mental and emotional growth aav
ethods of keep- of the young mind with which he ias gi
4 and fit and In in contact. He must knew how to
of correct standards teach not to instruct, for instruc-
anf d public health; tion implies throwing information
tin ns of values as at the pupils, whereas teaching ti- a
-w and mental work plies obtaining the active co-opera- ci
in the dignity of man- tion of the pupils in the educative tia
She commeth all true process so that when they leave ts
contented living; school they have lie necessary yo
in tht e eart of liv- enthusiasm and the necessary yO
SW in a social community. knowledge qf how to learn: so thatte
SVITALr they can pursue their studies fur- de
their, not with 4 view to passing del
11, Mr. Hutchinson said extra examinations, but with a view 21
to enriching their own lives that ta
Obars do not spend nearly they may do their little bit in help- tr
M w In g thinkingabtout otribng on the upward development cf 30
SLI rkngaboute the whys the race; so that they can do their 50
h s in thinking about little bit to leave the world, and si
Teaching X to Johnny, their community in particular, a tie
i whether we are teach- little better than they found it as
Ies in such a way as it "They must have a misslorary of
hnny to remember what faith In the ultimate triumph of thi
lught. Are we getting right over wrong; they must have in
1 amount of training a living faith in the power and po- la
sl lsson? Are we intr ten- w of ideals: they must believe ar
h dlm and& filling them with their whole being that educa- wi
be to learn more about tion can and must make a viil h
we am trying to tbh? contribution to the improvement of cc
Sroutine skills ten4s to tha society in which they live. For th
habts m which militate this purpose, every teacher should
*a use of intelligence and have experience of some other work Co
than that of teaching. He should, o
Whlng is a profession, and If possible, have practical expert- ut
1Wt It Is, then we must ence of manual work, for if he has It
*iat all en and women no such experience how can he for
i b tWeaers shouplda peak to his pupils of the essentu al
e professional training dignity of manual labour upon in!
t sme a Practialtrainin In which In the final analysis all the cr
0 distinct from academic true wealth of any community ul- riot
aeor they are recognised tinately depends?
"I know that Iam asking a great
the body mequiree atten- deal from teachers, that I have a
In a doctor, a man who very high Ideal of what a teacher
Sbs a medical degree, but should be. But our opportunities
a sA a integral part of his are great, our responsibilities are
ha been compelled to almost unlimited, and we must show
I wards of a hospital to ourselves capable of living up to
s in the clinical side very high ideals, for I am convinced
Irk. They would raever tMat we affect our pupils far more
5Idmtltng themselves or by what we do and what we are
EC to the experiments of than by what we say, or by what
ai man, we actively tyk to instil into these
In4er achieve profes- young minds. Let us realize the
No and never have it ae- high purpose of our calling, let us
S6 as long as we recruit appraise rightly the golden oppor-
SInto the profession nl itunities and responsibilities that lie
Be Professional qualifies- to our hands, and in all humility,
training. With the and in full consciousness of our own
an the outlook on the pur- failings and shortcomings, let us
wwaion there must of neo press steadily on to our ideal."
a change in the mne- TWO CRUCIAL PROBLEMS
training, of teachers.
5 of education which is Mr. Hopkins told th assembly:
less with the imparting Since 1935 more than 400 trained
and the p o teachers have left this htnbl
Ibut more epr- building to engage in the mos m!-
e d laen -------aspect of social life. It Is
lie va her-i a pity that the importance of the
fta, and with themaln teachers as an essential part of our
ft developmenA ot
Schildmety, phys- The
orally, must come a
Stheli epaisn the Soaudard Life
0,, UZSPONSIIP.TY A surance Co.
lestablts" gins the West
JI changing aim In edu- lales r r ya.m
16eA beite. OknowledP
Piehoogy and of the MKlin e

here's a hint that
make,s youth soap
gi twice'as far!
Instead of soaping the clothes
all ove, as jou usually do,
rub the Sunlight bar on the
dirty parts only.

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This will give you enough
lather to wash the rest of the
garment without using any
more soap. In this way you
save half the soap you would
normally use. And clothes
washed with Sunlight Soap
last longer because the deli-
cate threads are not damaged
by hard rubbing. Sunlight
protects your clothes and
thus saves you money.



Arima Movw To Gt u
New Healh Sffnrim
TaU 1 ms^*fa' -^^^^J.

Artin UVta LMIAW teW
at to nUS g IMMl *M
146k. to at
to dwiems vth Mwe
Director of Medbsel Sftos
the eatablUhepnt nof the&
Health Deprtemt ta w
Arima MBr i Which would
be mmore in keso with the
town's requirements and in
line wttha ruanatlon In the
other towns and munleipaltUe.

xial system Is usually overlooked
itl severe social dirder. call nor
medial treatment. The repercus-
on of this war will %. felt In every
educational system In the world end
e West Indies will be no excep-
mn. Grave social and economic
problems will confront us but I
ike heart from my knowledge thai
ie Former Students' Amoelation i
ie nucleus of a body of workers
ho need only to be directed before
hey will willingly shoulder even
greater burdens -than that already
"I have heard people say that
achers are discontented I am
ad to hear It. Contentmnent In a
world of change means stagnation.
ontentment In a world not yet
uahioned to our needs means in-
ellectual blindness and social ap-
thy. We are moving from an epoch
which demands action and precept
bove all other things into one in
which design and realization are
oesible. Indeed, two crucial pro-
lems of design confront us In the
iming transition years. There is,
rst, the problem of designing a
!clal structure that will produce
he economy of abundance which
guaranteed by our resources and
ir technology. Then is, second,
Ie problem of designing a creative
nd appreciative personal way of
te within that structure. The hut
f the former is economic planning
nd social control; that of the
tter Is self-cultivation. The guide
) the former Is the economist and
ie technologist: the guide to the
tter is the teacher and the rell-
"You teachers, by your member-
lip of our Former Students' AssO-
ation, have affirmed your inten-
on of preparing yourselves for the
ska which lie ahead by extending
Dur qualifications and by widening
Dur social contacts. At first the
ndency was towards academic
agrees, then towards professional
agrees and now an increasing
Umber of our former students are
king courses in handicrafts and
ade subjects. In all more than
students have so prepared or are
preparing themselves On all
ldes, In adult education, in voca-
nal education and in the many
pects of social welfare, the record
work of our former students in
is Colony, in British Honduras,
the Leeward and Windward Is.-
nds and the Virgin Islands is
Example to the communities in
hilch they live. Given the oppor-
nity we can make even a greater
contribution to the designing of
e new social structure.
'The propod Central Training
olege for Teachers has been too
ng a subject of discussions, min-
es, plans and then heartbreaks.
could have been the Inspirational
rce of the West Indigs in this
iucla! periodL it mayet fulflu ita
nh function for we stand at the
ossroads to a new epoch; In va-
Ms directions lie pathways to to-


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36 Marine Square

Thursday 15th
June '44
1.M3 P.M.

I Instructed b v Mrs. M. George we
will seel such nice and useful items

2 Crap. Single Bed E irings and
Mattrmesses, Crap. Mirrored Ladies
Dresser and Stool, Crap. Hanging
Press Crap. Dining Table and g
Cr. Upholstered Chain, crp
Side Board, Large Mirror. 1 Large
and 4 Small Crap. Morris Tables
with Glass TopS. Crap. Gramo-
phone Record Cabinet, Portable
GOramophone, Statue Clock, Bent-
wood and Office Chairs, 2 Singer
Treddle Machines, 0..C. Radio.
gram. 1e6 Iron and Ironing
Board, Bec. if panEl. oe To.sterE
fee. Boilaer, mmock. Ther-
moN M China Dinna Service
32 Pieces, China Tea Set, 40 Pieces,
Several nice pIce of LP. Ware,
and Oeasware, i Burner Gasolene
Stove, Met. Spirit Stove, and one
Gent's Bicycle.
Item0 1o view day prior to and
morning of Sale and Terms Csh.

Boyd & Hutchinan


OFFICER, Trinidad
136.6ft. long x 22.4ft. beam x
14.ft. depth.
(Formerly deep sea steam
Gross tonnage about 281 tons.
Net tonnage 192 tons.
Steel hull.
Scotch type Boiler. iS0oibs,.
Main Engines, triple expansion
62 N.HP.
Holds, at present divided up
for carrying fish, capacity
about 150 tons.
Bunkers. Capacity about 126
tons coal.
This vessel was built and
entined in the UZ.A. in 1916
anti was reconditioned In 1942
ani has since been used in tle
Gulf of Paria as a mine-
Permission to irsnect same
may be obtained from Geo, F.
Huggins & Co.. Ltd.. to whom
offers to purchase are to be

11, I 1 -K

Babies first, please

S. mmany IttUe mites depend. for their health
and fte theIr very ves-oe NetNe's Milk.

When a baby Dines a9d peaks
an ooeeve and doesn't come on
a he should, sooner or later
someone says Ne*W'l And then
wat a change there ftI. Nestle's
M is the rich. creamy urmlk
which baby has been needinh all
the time because it in so light
and kind that it all but digsts
The grocer knows this-many
a mother has told him so. And
that is why, when supplies are

short, you so often hear him
say Babes first, olease I
Will you, too. remember them
and ask for Nestle's only If you
need it for a delicate baby? Then.
if you tell Wvur rocer so he will
do hl best for you. we are sure.
Nestle' Milk si rich, creamy
mtlk so repared that t digests
easily aMd Pleasantly just lUke
mother's milk which every baby
should have if it were always

IsIse hi Nsrtlk Asslt Swhi No ft rodtm AC

Airlines Win Safety Awards

For Performance During 1943

Pect saey record to Aling during 1M have brought theU Latin
AmaW ga .dtylm and si x affltod compani t of pan American WorMl
Airways System the Inter-American Aviation Safety Awards of theU
Intr-American safety Council according t an official Pan Amerl-
eaf rleasee It is recently dislosed.
.-.... Presentation of the awards was
Just Arrived W^ ,.^
A4 maein Wahgt, D.C., by J.
JustArrioedPresident of the Inter-
AmrtcAft Safetv Council, an or-
ganiattoSn promoting Industrial
,, and commercial safety throughout
'W ./ the American repubils.
companies honoured states
the release are: Compania Mexl-
: can& de Aviacion, 8 A., largest do-
.,- :A me airline in Mexico; Panair
Sdo Brasil, longest domestic airline
in the *orkl; Cbimanna Nacelonal
t Cuban& de Aviacion, 8.A., which
Operates throughout Cuba; Aerovias
9 Naconales de Colombia, S.A..
I which operates a dense network of
I lines throughout Colombia; Aero-
Svias de Guatemala, which has set
a record of air freight operation
Sunsurpassed by any other airline,
and Uraba, Medellin and Central
Ah'ways. Inc.. which, operates be-
tween Panama and Colombia,
t;"The LaUn American division"
the release continues, "was formed
January 1. 1944. by consolidation of
Pan American's Eastern and West-
ern divisions, aoth of which re-
e delved the annbI Inter-American
safety award 'Ast year, These dl-
visions flew a total of almost
SFirst contingent of West Indian 18,000,000 miles last year without
Volunteers for R.A.F. ground an accident or fatality to either
Duties have arrived in Britain passengers or crew.
Sand gone into training. Al Man- "Largest co-ordinated commer-
I try photograph abovi shows one clal air service operation in the
of them just back from the world, the division extends from
stores with his kit and, If smiles the United States gateway cities of
mean anything, he is certainly Miami, Florida: New Orleans,
very happy. Louisiana: and Brownsville, Texas,
throughout the Caribbean, Mexico,
R yal N w Ratings Central America, the north coast
ROyiU iNavy WUings of South America, ,ind down the
east, coast of South America to
To SeeVariety Show Buenos Aires.
ree tickets areThe six Pan American Airways
~ree tickets are now being given amliated companies with the Latin
to Royal Naval ratings to attend t erican division operate a total
the variety Show "Intoxication." of 50,000 route miles serving 300o
scheduled to take place at the -E- capitals and trade centres in the
pire Theatre tomorrow.
Programme for the show includes "Certificates of award were pre-
a number of popular song hits and rented before a distinguished audi-
short local comedies. ence of Latin Americin diplomats,
Featuring the afternoons enter- representing the U.S. State De-
tainment will be a zmnnequin oartment the Civil Aeronautics
parade. for which Messrs. Y, De Boad ament, the Civil Aeronautics- A-
E~nawilllen lewlrvBoatd and Civil Aeronauti Au-
Lima will lend jewelry.
thority. the Pan American Union,
The show. which is being pro- the office of Co-ordinater of Inter-
duced by Mr. V. Angel, will have American Affairs, and officials of
Mr. Jimmy Bryan as Master of the companies honoured.
Ceremonies. __ "Juan T. Trippe. President of
[CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS COL.) Pan American. received the award
for the Latin American division.
morrow. Some lead to social chaos and smbasr.dors of Brazil. Colom-
and the possible destruction of in- bia, Cuba. Guatemala and Mc ico
terdependent ways of living. One received the awards of their re-
leads, however, to the era of the soective countries."
erzat society. There is no way to _____ ____
short-cirult the solution to the -
Sproble0Mf building this new epoch. W O f
There is only the way of education ard vO ficer Hurt
and you are its exponents. R
"I trust that this gathering will In Road Smash
Mark the beginning of a long series
of annual meetings and that in- Trinidad Guardian Correspondent.
stead of one day we can make it a ARIMA, June 12-Mr. Randolph
week. This would permit some of Berridge, Ward Officer of San
the 60 former students from over- Rafael, is a patient at the Artma
seas to be with us for a week of District Hospital following an ac-
recreaticni. and inspiration, when cident while riding his motor-cycle
we could discuss our problems and on the Tunapuna Road.
criticise, among ourselves, the new
type of teacher-training and the The W.V. 8. cookery centre
ever present problems of our work here will be formally opened on
in the school. Under existing con- June 14 at the Arlnma Boys' Gov-
ditions this must remain a vision ernment School, with Miss Louisa
for the future to make real.'" Home as demonstrator.
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109 St. Vincent Street
Wednesday 14th
June '44
1.30 P.M.
Instructed by Mr Maungot'
and Mr. I, hllps, we will sell
such good and usef. items as:-
Crap. Double Bed. Spring and
Slumber King Mattress, Pair Ma-
hganv Single Beds, print and
Spring Filled Mattresses, 4 Post
Double Bed, Mahogan Dout' "
Beds, Spr" and M.ttresses, Sin-
gle Iron es and 'fattresse:, Crap.
8 Winged Ladles rresser, Mahog-
any, Crap. and Cyp Mirrored
Dresing Tables. Crop and Cyp
Hanging leases, Crap. Bedside
Table. Baby's Iron and Crap. Cribs.
ana Mattresses., Child's Hig Cha
"W Pram, Marble Top Wash-
stand Earthenware and Enamel-
ware, Toilet Sets, Crap. Dining
Tables and Leatherette o=ter.
ed Chairs. Crap Mirrored ide
Board., Oak Side Board, Crap
China Cabinet, Crap. Mori St-
tee, r. Morra Rockers Crap.
Morts h and Table. Bentw"od
sofa, Folding Deck Chairs. Irdan
eak Coffee and Tea Table. Card
Table. Draftsman Cedar Tole and
Stool. lee "he-t. Meat Safes. Wax-
tng Brooms, Wardrobe and Cabin
Trunks, Leather Suit Case and Port.
manteau, Radios and Pick-ups,
V' rola and Records. 1ee. Singer
Rand MIAchine. flee. Iron. ee.
Toaster, I Burner Oil Stoe
and. Oven. MIneing Machines,
sg. uting Bind*. s Quart Iee
Cream Praer, Iran We r 41' x
1' 6" x 1' 5. Cthina Dinner Service
snd Tea Set, China a- OlMaware.
.P. and Braeware. -Jtche and
Pantry warren. ,awn Mower and Oe
ridge. I two TwOM 0 et 1
Canteen Cutlery. 1- -
fte Sor 4 Put, u~moyW
Items on view dayilier toad
Morning of Male andyT=na 5i
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TUESDAY, JU= 1s, 1944.

Allied Bridgehead Expands
Reds Strike In East
Thas lon been the consus of opin-
on among Allied military leaders that
Oertany will be defeated only when
there is a concerted attack upon her from
east and west. Even before he changed
is strategy from words to deeds, Hitler
ed the prospect of fighting a two-
font battle, for he knew it would in-
evitably lead to his doom. But before the
SAllied landings on the Cherbourg penin-
sula of France a week ago today, Hitler's
Wehrmacht was already engaged on land
In the east, in Yugoslavia, and in Italy,
and its resources were sorely strained
though the full Allied potential had not
been thrown into the scale.
The pattern of Allied strategy in the
European war is gradually unfolding. ThO
Cherbourg landings were achieved not
only because of Allied power, but also
because of tactical surprise in spite of the
js1emy's watchfulness; and In spite of
|owing German resistance the Allied
bridgehead is slowly but steadily being
Expanded. The enemy's counterstroke has
not yet materialised, but the Allies are
massing power so that when it comes it
can be stopped and thrown back. In-
'ability to assess what the next Allied
-moves will be imposes a policy of caution
-q the German leadership for, should
;3ey mistake the Cherbourg thrust for
jhe main Allied effort and commit a large
part of their strength to repelling ft, they
may find themselves outmanoeuvred by a
more powerful stroke elsewhere.
This explains the relative absence of
German aircraft from the operations for,
while it is true that the Allies rule the
Sskies, the Luftwaffe may be conserving its
strength for the crucial moment instead
of running the risk of being knocked out
of the sky now. An important develop-
ment over the week-end in the battle for
the Cherbourg peninsula was the intensi-
fled aerial activity by the Allied forces,
which have not only been hammering
"every inch" of the 50-mile battlefront,
but giving what is described as the clos-
test air support ever provided for ground
operations. Another new circumstance is
:he growing unrest reported inside
t":ranoe, where resistance groups are cut-
ling enemy communications, causing the
Germans to take Over authority from
Vichy in four provinces.
With the troubles of the invasion oc-


theaMrBd AArmy o ve In the Km.
ikm ltUmim must be umme for grave -on.
eomOmgOirOw aamalitary. If forth
,na% It men that they ar beIng f nmos
to pay for the refult of their Govern
ment to accept MNoMw's g generous peace
tabn of last February, It significance
for the Germans l the beginning of op-.
stlop that before the end of the sum-
m .iin set the whole long front aflame.
With esmelring's armies in retreat in
Italy, and other Allied moves against the
European fortes still to be made, Hitler
must be fearful that the steel ring will
mon be tightening.

Taxi-Fare Increases Apply

To Out-of-Town Areas Also

TAXI-OWNERS have long felt that an
increase of fares was due to them be-
cause of the aUll-round war-time rise in
costs. Their contention on the surface
appeared reasonable, but this newspaper
was not disposed to support it unless
fares outside Port-of-Spain and other
towns were controlled, since many taxis
charged fancy prices for even short drops
beyond urban boundaries. While cam-
planing of the low fares allowed in the
city, many of them made up for this by
exorbitant charges outside.
The new fare tariffs published in the
"Royal Gazette" last Thursday are an at-
tempt to meet this situation. They raise
the old rate of 24 cents for a short drop
to 36 cents, with a proportionate advance
for longer journeys, and increase the
fares by time from $2.40 to $3 an hour for
five and seven-seater cars to $3 and $3.60.
But the fares by distance will no longer
apply exclusively to Port-of-Spain, San
Fernando, and Princes Town (or to Scar-
borough, where they were slightly high-
er). They now extend over the whole
Colony, or so we must infer from the
omission of the towns' names from the
new section 63 (1) and (2) of the Motor
Car Regulations.
No longer will taxi drivers be able to
charge what they like for trips to St.
Ann's, Maraval, or other "outside" points,
for sth are now regulated by mileage
just as in Port-of-Spain; and this applies
to journeys between any other two points
in the Colony where zoning permits.
Fares by time will extend in future to
the towns mentioned and areas two miles
beyond, or one mile in the case of Sear-
While, therefore, taxi-owners have se-
cured a much-desired increase in city
fares, they have also been given a tariff
for out-of-town jaunts which their cus-
tomners will welcome. Many drivers ig-
nored the earlier tariff, and there is no
guarantee that the new one will receive
stricter attention. The position, however,
has been regularised from the official
point of view, and it remains for the pub-
lic to co-operate in reporting cases where
drivers exceed the schedule
There are two other features of the
new regulations which deserve notice-
the requirement that "every driver of a
taxi on a public road shall be suitably
attired," and that the driver of a taxi at
the head of the rank on a public stand
shall remain close to his vehicle if not
seated in it. Both these provisions should
prove useful.






Look Out for Your Invitations

hav an ds" to mee ys a bemautiful glSewI

for early treatment.
Why should not the same mea-
sures be taken against the suspected
leper and hand him over to 'he
leprosy speclst who, I am sure,
would welcome the move.
It is commonly believed that
there are more lepeV at large than
there are at the Leprosarium, but
beeau* of the shortage of medi-
cal staff, the leprosy specialist has
perhaps no time to make his survey
Ice Cream Needs Inspecting
The o lter. "Trinidad Gurdian'
Government should see that lc
crmm maintains a certain per.
eontage of milk and food flavours
Think they should also be Inspet,
ed by he M.O.H. and his staff
mre ome lee creams pld are not fli
tfor human consumption.

Lettrdw T6
Yale us"In 6 1 r food"
Ti* ele.u. Plasm, bmlm m
a&W 6 iiftw

Cyclist Aleges $4
Charged forCycle Tubes
lMs D CS, J"fab OGnu'a.!'
X would iUk to Mgal M to M
athorts to an mdtag t *MeasM
the patois oe dthouns of cy-
CHtOU In a similar pointoas o my-
I u employed a Southero
olmed. I ow a iys d .sd for
the wuat yr. fr the ouet eve
motha.s I hav bee unable to e
this cycle tor want tof a towr
I have tried every lawful mtoe
to obtain one without sucoes, I
did as much as write the Control
Board a Ing f cycle tubes till
come Into the island.
Thiso was more than four weeks
ago and I have note ot eft rly I
have concluded that t tooa-
thin may be a seet usefulto the
enemy or that cycle tubes id not
come Into the toland with the
knowledge of the board.
About a week o, I saw aman
with a new tube. H told me l t cost
him $3. He had to get it trough
a friend. I hate th te blackmarket"
but I pay 24 cents per day for con-
veyance to g*t to work. so I gave
this man $3 and one shilling for
expense. Two days later he told
me his friend said that the lot was
finished; but, in a few days they
expected some more. These would
however, cost $4. If I wanted one,
I was expected to give him $1 morz
and let him reserve one for me.
I am indignant and feel I can
do somethlngr violent, but the fel-
low who got his tube already would
not tell me who his friend is. 5o
I continue to pay the 'bus and hope
the war will sqon be over.
San Pernando.
Rent Board Criticised
The Rdlor, "Trinidad Guardian."
May I recommend to the study of
members of the Rent Board, the
Government Mucurapo Housing
Scheme as published in the "Guar-
dian" of June 3 ?
They will note that the scheme
will cost $228,392 for 74 families;
that the Government, no doubt wise
after Morvant, will charge $20-
$25 per apartment, yielding 10%
interest on capital, which, never-
theless, will give no profit.
And this, although the Govern-
ment has the immense advantage
of building on an extended scale
which is much cheaper. Govern-
ment also enjoys the advantage of
having Its own land.
May I also draw the board's at-
tention to the fact that a private
landlord does not enjoy these pri-
villages; and wouli have to pay for
the land. This would double his
costs of building. It Is a natter of
bread and butter for #e landlord
to make interest on his bard earned
capital. He has not the txpayers'
pockets to draw upon for eventual
In view of the above, I hardly
think the Board can deny that
their rent asse"sments ptwsume
that landlords shall build and let
for charity.
In a letter of June 4, It appears
that the Board reduced from $10 to
$5, a double room, kitchenette, use
of balh and free electric light. Yet
the tenant signs himself "Ill-Used"
because his landlord didn't like It.
It is so easy to sit in one's arm-
chair and condemn the other ilnan
to lo and poverty.
Without the palpable Ineptitude
which in my opinion, Is
shown tn many of the Rent
Board's decisions, added to
the fact that a tenant can be-
come a permanent encumbrance,
the incresase in population would
be met In the normal way by land-
lords becoming willing to build and
rent. Present deplorable conditions
surely demonstrate this assumption.
Soldiers Leave Army ?
The Editor, "Trinidad Guardian."
Within the past six months. I
have been meeting many of my
iso called i oldler fronds who say
to me. "Well boy. I am out of the
forces now"; or "I am expecting
my discharge at any time." Some
of these men are. in my opinion, as
fit as could be. but they find some
kind of excuse or complaint to
make and finally they are civilians
We here in the South were told
at our last recruiting drive that due
to the South Caribbean Forces go-
ing overseas therz was a hole in our
local army; yet Government pro-
vides these men with discharges.
San Fernando.

Victory Dance Deplored
The EMitor, "Trinidad Guardian."
At this moment brave men are
fighting and dying In a great cause.
His Majesty the King and Presi-
dent Roosevelt. recognizing the
gravity of the moment, have asked
all men to join with them in prayer
that Ood may give His protection
to our fighting men and assist our
In your issue of ,Tune 7. I note
with diesust that a local club was
to celebrate the event with a dance.
Oomment is useless. While brave
men and women die, Trinidad
Treatment of Lepers
The Editor, "TrInIdad 0sardln."
With the V.D. campaign about to
be started it is thought that sos-
peeted cases of TB. will be
handed over to the TB. specialist

For Aiding Wo
President Roosevelt told Congress
today that as the final Nazi de-
feat approaches the "fury ef their
insane desire to wipe out the Jew-
ish race in Europe continues un-
du inlished. This is but, one ex-
ample, the President said, In trans-
mittine his report on arrangements
for caring of war refugees.
"Many of the Christian groups
are also beinp murdered. Knowing
they have lost the war, the Nazis
are determined t, complete their
programme of mass extermination.
This programme Is but one mani-
festation of Hitler's aim to sal-
vage from military defeat victory
for Nazi principles-the very
principles which this war must
destroy unless we shall have fought
in vain."
President Roosevelt said: "Coti-
gress has repeatedly manifested
its deep concern with the pitiful
'light of persecuted minorities in
Europe whose lives each day are
being offered in sacrifice on the
altar of Nazi tyranny. This na-
tion I. appalled by the system-
atic persecution of helpless min-
ority groups by the Nazis. To us
unprovoked murder of innocent
people, simply because of race. re-
ligion or political creed, is the
blackest of all possible crimes.
"Since the Nazis began this
campaign, many of our citizens in
'all walks of life and of all poli-
tical and religious persuasions ex-
Dressed our feeling of repulsion
and our anger. It is a matter
with respect to which there is
andi can be no division of opinion
amongst us. As the hour of final
defeat of the Hitlerite forces
draws closer, the fury of their in-
sane desire to wipe out the Jewish
race in Europe continues undim-
inished. This is but one example
-many Christian groups are also
being murdered. Knowing they
have lost the war. the Nazis are
determined to complete their pro-
gramme of mass extermination.
This programme is but one mani-
festation of Hitler's aim to salvage
from military defeat victory for
Nazi principles-the very prin-
ciple which this war must des-
troy unless we shall have fought
in 'vain.
"This Government has not
only made clear its abhorrence of
this Inhuman and barbarous acti-
vity by the Nazis. but in co-
operation with other Govern-
ments, has endeavoured tO allevi-
ate the conditions of persecuted
peoples. In January this year I
was determined that this Gov-
ernment, should Intensify its ef-
forts to combat the Nazi terror.
Accordingly. I established a War
Refugee Board composed of the
Secretaries of State for Treasury
and War. 'This board was
charged with the rseponsibllity of
taking all action consistent with
the successful prosecution of the
war to rescue the victims of enemy
oppression in immediate danger of
d-ath and to afford such victimW
all possible relief and assistance. It
contrasted with the solemn duty
of translating this Government's
humanitarian policy into prompt
action, manifesting once again in
a concrete way that our kind of
world, acr not Hitler's, will pre-
vail. Its nurnose is directly and
closely related to our whole war
"Since Its inception the War
Refugee Board acting through full-
time administration, has made a
direct and forceful attack on the
problem. Operating ouiltly as an
appropriate board through its re-
presentatives in various parts of
the world, it actually succeeded in
saving the lives of Innoceno people
Not only have refugees been eva-
cuated from enemy territory, but
many measures have been taken
to protect the lives of those who
have not been able #to escape.
Above all the efforts of the board
have brought new hope to the op-
pressed in Europe.
This statement is not idle specu-
lation. From various sources I re-
call the word of thousands of
people, wearied by their years of
resistance to Hitler and by their
suffering to the point o t giving up
the struggle, that they have been
given the will an dresilre to con-
tinue by a concrete maniestation
of this Government's desire to lo
all possible to aid and rescue the
"To Hitlerites, their subordinates
and functionaries and satellites, to
the German people and to all
other peoples under the Nazi yoke,
we have made clear our determina-
tion to punish all participants in
these acts of savaery. In the
name of humanity we have called
upon them to spare the lives of
these innocent people. Notwith-
standinir the Government's un-
remitting efforts which are emn-
tinulnr. the numbers actually res-
cued from the taws are small com-
pared 'with the numbers still fac-
in, extermination In German tar-
ritory. 'This is due principally to
the fact that our enemilesa despite
all our apbeali and our willing-
ness to find havens of refuge far
,the oppresed uecples, eirist in
their extermInation eamipalen and
actively prevent intende4 victims
from eicaptng to safety,
"In the face of thbi attitude by
our enemies, we -tlt ,,oI fail to
take full advantagp ofny oppor-
tunity, however far the
rescue of Hitlers vietlts. We
confrwted with the meot
"Therefore I wish to report con-
cerning the 5tep which I hav
taken in an effort to -e eddi-
tiemel lives am wislk 1 n*

ar Refugees
tain will meet your approval. You
will I am sure, appreciate that
the measure is only consistent
with the successful prosecution of
the war.
"Even before the Allied landing
in Italy there was a substantial
movement of persecuted peoples f
various rces and nationalities
into this country. This movement
was undoubtedly prompted by th
the Fascists to stir up intolerance
the pascists to stir up intolerance,
the warm-hearted Italian peopl
could not forsake their centuries-
old tradition of tolerance and hu-
manitarianism. Allied landings
spilled this stream of fleeing and
hunted peoples seeking sanctuary
behind the guns of the United
Nations. However, in view of the
military situation in Italy the
number of refugees who can b
accommodated there is relatively
limited. The Allied military forces
in using their primary responsi-
bility has not been able. generally
speaking, to encourage the escape
from enemy territory of a large
number of refugees. Furthermore,
as the number or refugees living
In southern Italy has increased.
their care constitutes an additional
and substantial burden for the
liberty authorities.
"Recently, facilities for the care
of refugees in southern Italy had
become so overtaxed that unless
many refugees who have already
escaped to. that area and are ar-
'riving daily, particularly from the
Balkan countries, can promptly be
removed to havens, resumption
of the flow to that area from Ger-
man-occupied territory will seri-
ously be imeded.
"It is apparent that prompt ac-
tion is necessary to meet this
situation. Many refugees in south-
ern Italy have been and are being
moved t.9 temporary refuge in ter-
ritorv of other United and friendly
"However, In view of the Tnm-
ber of refugees still in southern
Italy, the problem could not be
solved unless temporary havens of
refuge could be found for some
of them in still other areas. In
view of the most urgent situation.
it seemed indispensable for the
United States, accepting our herit-
age uand our ideas of liberty and
justicee, to take immediate steps
to ensure responsibility for meet-
in, this problem.
"Accordingly, arrangements have
been made to brine immediately
to this country a number of re-
fugees who fled from their home-
lands to southern Italy and after
the war they will be sent back to
their homelands. These refugees
are predominantly women and
children. They will be placed on
their arrival in a vacated army
camp on the Atlantic coast where
they will remain under appro-
priate security restrictions.
"The Army will take necessary
security precautions and the camp
will be administered by a war
authority. The War Refugees
Board is charged with overall res-
ponsibility for this project.

Party Official

Expelled By

Majority Vote

Meeting at Martha House, Port-
of-Spain. on Sunday, the General
Council of the West Indian Na-
tional Party, by a vote of 14 to 5
e:- ,ilUed Cou:icillor Albert Gomes,
3rd vice-president. from member-
shlp of the pty.
he Council deemed Mr. Gomes's
part in the Grenada general elec-
tion, in which he supported the
candidature of the Hon'ble T. A.
Marryshow against that of Mr. W.
E. Julien, the party candidate, for
the town of St. George's seat, was
contrary to the interests of the
The meeting began at 10 a.m.
and the adjournment for luncheon
was not taken until 3 p.m. after
the matter of Mr. Gomes had been
disposed of in a session that in the
opening stages bristled with warm
Also expelled was Mr. L. E Seu-
karan who, in defiance of the boy-
cott of the recent Victoria by-elec-
tion by the party conference, signed
the nomination paper of a candi-
date. Hearing of chrrget for part.
cipatln In the by-election against
Air. H. Webster anU Councillor P.
M. Mltche was postponed.
Consequent on Mr. Gomes's ex-
puldone, Dr. P. V. Solomon was
elected Ird vice-president: Mr.
Owen 0. Mathurin placed on the
exee tiv committee; and Mr.
P. N. Perre on the general council.
MKI 001ms' VIMW
Interviwd Mr. Gomes said:
'"hare weeks ago. I stated publicly
that the party was plunging head-
long ow the cliff into political
oblivion. Today, they are mis-
wended st space, midway between
he lip of the cliff and the bowes
of the abyss It Is distressing to
s a oo idea m thei wrens hands.
It set to tom. however, that we
ta tha West Indies., wi have to go
on trying, and perhaps, after a long
.uccesinon of similar errors, we may
be able to achieve a sort of lead-
ewhip that will provide dependable
Phete feer the *ueture of a party,
we,-tuned to West Indian condl-
m1n HaUoiai TP e Wests,.
toK to hth well-known nine




hoodstuffs-Frem Irezil
Appaos for Import Licenme
for importaon 0 Poodstuff
(hseludlng Poultry and Animal
feeds from Brail other than :-
bsrt t. 19K44 will now be con-
Importers ar requested to sb.
mhtolrap m~xon rhot howe then
Wh June. It to vm tra e that
definite proof be submitted with
app eatona for loences showing
that the goods will be available
for shipment at any time within
the period ly-Septmberm 1M44,
Lirence for the Importations
referred to above win only be
valid to 3th September, 1944.
and will aot be extended beyond
that date.

Secretary, Control BnrdL
Old Post Office Building,
7 St. Vincent Street.
10th June, 1944.

Agricultural Hand Tools
It is hereby notified that licenc..
for ,.he importation from the United
Kingdom of limited quantities of
Agricultural Hand Tools which are
unobtainable from the United States
of America will now be issued to
importers to whom quotas have
been allotted.
Secretary, Control Board.
Old Post Office Building
7 St. Vincent Street.
Port-of-8, ln,
Sloth June, 1944.

nt Notices

Impoitr 15 .
alFor f4

IJaerta are I
to Mum-t Fto teaetn
Obutrd Boarw
J1u 144. their 14M i" i,.
from all htoues, of "t fniin
items Included la '
1. H doo es and Mec. : '
and "p CatesMB
Buckles, Buttons and
miscellaneous shon -
and apparel findings., '.
specifying in eae .
case the material frA .
which Item is manuj.,*
lectured ibtx
2. Domestic Sewing Ma.
chine Needles. PnM, ,.
(Straight), Pins(Safe. .
S. Elsatic Webbing and
Rubber. Thread
Returns should be
accordance with the
outlln:d in the Control B 1
tice dated 18th ey. 194%,
Control Board commun.
26th May, 1944, as ava-fla -3
will be allocated on their
conditions therein stated,
L 3Pomw:
Secretary, contrw af
Old Post Office Budldtip.
7. St. Vincent Street,
31st May. 1944.

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^In Normandy Taken

S8-Mile Allied Advance

t Inland to the
the whole Certy
B t miles in
Ed *at fn German
an encirels-
t"e bastion of Cae.
I and Baym. Sri-

of 3ayeux. Heavy
6r1 utay oeat placed
nie milesn from St.
foeswt was Wed an one
s ammunint aand I
Isi Western FT""c by
jtlo_ was d scribed by
iC00mander as "better
ms reported that Am-
wee already f ting
t Allied Headuartern
report was not true
ut by the GeMaM so
I elalm to have beaten off
which va"er took place.
i of the forest indicated
report that the Alles
ialleroy, omae miles to
of the wooded area was
ld formes expanded their
Sto 6O miles In width
alevi*. about IS miles
pgourg to 13 muse east of
Lrlver and canal.
reports made the beach-
Swider and reported that
Shad reached the vicin-


h-Mi seaborne forces land-
Vaat, 15 miles easI t of
Sand muaid Carentan,.
j gates control the main
water defences was eva-
i der to continue a stand
less exposed to the Allied
=POrts also said Allied
i d landed south of
:British troops were driv-
of Caen .threatening
flank. Fleld-Marnhal
Mounted his fiercest ar-
eounter-attacks in this Cacn
W NBC correspondent says
Fiobe beaches have not yet
completely freed from
gil Ierman shell Are.
1 the enemy's static bat-
h have been knocked out
b still has mobile batteries
Ik again and again put
Sshbells, probably without
hl of observation posts.
Aid answer to this ham
More heavy bombardments
urshlps. Off the Crer-
( peninsula the veteran
Sbattleship Warspite, and
United Pates battleships
Sand Nevada among ether
have been hurling high
Iaies well into enemy ter-
and the Warspite also
a hand yesterday In send-
40 tons o; shells into a wood
Biles away near Tllle-sur-
IL The Brtliz. battleship
2e ii took part in thli
F Munro, Canadian Press
woadent. reports that British
chMd I.i airt-orne troops of
Utis SiLxth Airb.orne Dialton
Med to ro a sple-did J:b on
lhnk. It in eatlmaLed cn the
B.Cnadian sector that Ger-
pisoners taken since "D DaY"
about 3,200 exclusive of
d. Canadian and British
Mo are considerably less
X German loomse. Most of
r pockets of resistance have
ialetd up with one notable
Ma in this sector and the
menace behind the front haa
practically eliminated.

I-inrmed underground re-
eeived In London said that
r has arrived along the battle
S=tting up headquarters near
1M, much bombed town 100
eMuth of Caen.
I same underground sources
Mmel askedVon Rundatedt
wlt some of his strategic re-
Ibut Von Rundstedt refused
There may be further Allied
eand told Rommel he had
beat with what he had.
WMsl may appear to Hitler to
We the Prussian militarist in
0d of all the western front
MM likely, however, that the
i the Germans are slow in
Sup large reserves is due
Ralsed conditions of rail-
14 highways due to air rat-
r "D Day" the Germans
Ie. move troops on any rail-
of Paris due to concen-
Alied air attacks.
42 heavy batteries in the
a, five were wiped out
and seven others
wlly damaed. Rocket
troyed 21 .eran radio
:tiUons. Road bridgei
Including two over
c anal at HIUrson and
Official in the Ministry
TrMansport disclosed that
un to assembled the mer-
Sleet supporting the lnva-
ifted two years ago and the
IXta did It that planned the
SA an and picillan opera-
weather took a slight
S the worse, but it was not
Enough to hamper and was
S improved for the air
trd Dimbleby, today flew
llobqudWlt lot over the new
S etrid which Allied troops
41 down n Normandy. He
Lieu tw all t world like

a old established, well-prepared
Rai -MM Dan e the whole of
t ae front from east to w1 t
with ae burtnig In all directionUs
and thUick *moe on up In great
strals. Then thee we flashese
from sa W=d ad from
their dbtoa shaf tnd the MOs-
gulto flew m low that the EBC.
reporter was able to pick out mili-
tary poloemen directing trace at
busy erom ads. The road were
orowded with transports 4 It
[Over the Channel. he saw
the might of the Allied fleets,
big warships firbig towards
oherbourg Peninsula %Ad all
the time Allied supply ships
wre heading towards 1rance
In what seemed like an endless
stream t

Last At Dunkerque

Semate Paes BillM
To Benefit Vetera -
WA$41101M.'A V1 (AP)
--TWe Senata W= p-ed
M Wd nt to the alm earn-
me senis of the Diuam-
aHuome of benefits for etens
of ithla wr. The o6oat + he
piflmmeducttlondi binW~-
ment coaMpm5tloe and loam
for the unrhase of homes.
farms and bummls, ha been
estimated at ( W.0.0 to $,-


Pleased With

about Inside our area a consider-
able number of loose Germans
and anipers.

Betrothal Plea Fails To Win

Permission To Stay In Colony

Disco y that thM e law could ot be trtched to' met her eaem
a reculatums permitting Imalgrant marbled In the Cola y to -
main IndefInItely could not be applied to am wan who -wa os n
eaCed, was made by Catharine John when she eired before
Mr. Andre yesterday accused of rei al here lonI after her leave
had expired. abe was ecenquontly ordered to be deported.
A letter perportlnr to how that 4----
this waU. wh houl ha rto-
turn, to Gao Roosevelt Says
engaged to be married was .~-RV oose i t U wnted to the magstrat a co min
from a rest who knew er andan
who asked that la nthe circU Early Japanese
stances, she be regarded asOa
ccmt within e category of 4 i ely
+'"!"-" Defeatlky
who such regul~ations were in-D e atL k l
tended to facilitate.
W. W. Mullins, Immlgralonl WASHINGTON. June 12 (AP)e-
Offlier, informed the Court, how- President Ro0av ..t opening ths
ever, that there waa no alternative new $1G.00COO00O PFiftht Wt Lo a
but for her to be sent back and drive said the Allies can force the
the responsibility would then be Japanese to "unconditional surren
on her prospective husband to send der or to national suicide mud
for hei f he was reallUy desirous of m. ore Idl
making her his wife. ...n had r.

Supply Officers Here
On Way to Parley
Mr. George H. W. Palmer, Con-
troller of Supplies, St. Lucia, and
Mr. A. C. H. Baynes, Controller of
Supplies, St. Vincent. have arrived
here on their way to Washuington to
participate in the conference of
West Indian Supply Officers to be
held shortly under the auspices of
the Caribbean section of the Brit-
ish Colonies Supply Mission.




Accompanied by Morgoaret C. Robertson
'"dw ti jrnulshsd Prs of HiM Excellency
the .Aoing Overor

!.1 U9u .

SAdmission by Pgroam $1.00 eah.

son wW woawNmH*4.

lly advised thought possiue.
med to the In a broadca
to be for- he said the .1le<
nor for bh original tbini
ng the ,lImInatiO1
of Germany firs
ing a 'wake' and then turning
ffd their full strength
god chi into the Pacift
unable to tan hasten th
expleatics, day of victory a
d on accu- sl4 fronts.
dao n h fe waThe Presiden
15aon he w S said that Oer
A $15 and $4 PRmS. RooaviLT many was "fin
I *n tli. ft

Lead I nvasion you know well there was a The Court tua
L a Invason eood deal of sniping going on. one that the letter be pan
By DOOM CAMPSELL place is still holding out. Among immgration authorities
AT GZTRAL MONTGOhORY'S these Mpipera are some very stout- w ded to the Gover
T CHEADQUARTERS hearted women-and women snip-conideration.
TAormAOndy, June 12 (eADQUAter)-The ers have been killed definitely ____
Nolast British division to leave ur)Te while doing their stuff. They are Cyril Romano, attend
in June, 1934, was the first British German women who have been at Diego Martin with s
division to Invade France on Juie brought over here. aroused the susplcior
6 s 1944. "I think the Americans have Constable Series who,
6General Sir .ernard Monome shot more than anyone else. I obtain a satisfactory
tlmGeneral sirgIernard Monthe made one exception when I spoke arrested him. Convicted<
told me tonight: "It was the divi about the beaches and that was atlon of unlawful poem
son which I myself commanded the beach where the landing of ordered to pay a fine o
In France when we were here be- the American troops took place, costs.
fore. I took it into France through east of the carentan estuary. This --
Cherbourg in September, 1939, and is very curious because they found Caught In police tra
commanded It In Belgium. I came that sector of the beach eilr., de- men. Cecil Charles ai
back from Dunkerque with it. I fended by a German division which Nicholls, were yesterday
went over and saw them this morn. was not a coastal division. They pay fines of $240 each 1
Ing. I also commanded one Its usually held the coast with oasJt- Andre in the First Poll
brigades which is with It. line divisions and kept the better selling rum without a
"Yes, tell them the Third British field divisions back behind as we
Division ais fighting in this party, would do. Annoyed because he
Give it a good write up-Its a jolly "But this was a field division upon to queue up among,
good division and has fought very which had been brought In to that who clamoured for fi
well. sector. It was a very good division Juan a few days ago. IN
"I have lived with the soldier of and fought very well. Prisoners shopkeeper of the dis
the Third Division and I have seen said that the division had Just been himself a nuisance by
him go Inkt action. He Is a good brought up from behind to thicken unbecoming language a
fighter, well commanded, and he ts the coastal crust and was actually a woman who impeded
proud of his division's close asso- in the process of carrying out an as he attempted to stc
ctiatlon with the Army Group Corn- exercise. It had arrived there and He was ordered yeste
mander." was making sure that every man $14.60 fine and costs or
____ __ was mickeyy boo' In the sector, of disorderly behavlo
="Very heavy jhting went on on sault.
that American beach on "D-Day" ____
Tito Reports swaying back and forwards and on firedone shot,"
the evening of *D-Day'at that par- excuse yesterday when
Partisn Vic rie ticular sector, the leading troops together with Samaroo
i Usanl Victories were not more than 100 yards in- RajoOomar Ooberdhan
LONDON.June 12 (AP)-Marshal land hanging on by thi r eyelidS drinking rum In public
It was a very tricky situation, ordered to pay fines
t'Ito announced today that Yugoslav "There is no doubt about it tht Kftla blamed his frne
Partisans liquidated enemy the American troops diA absolutely said called on him to
strongholds oU the Tula-Zvornlk nmagniflcently, because they reco- them as he was walkir
line. about g0 mile* southwest of ered from that very unpleasant street.
Belgrade, and partisan batteries situation and today these same
were successfully shelling strong- troops are about 10 miles Inland- Moving to forestall
points at Koral and Celici ten very good-very Rood Indeed. Pedestrian in his el
miles North of Tuia "T have been over there myself, strike her son, Dorot]
A broadcast communique de- and I have discussed the battle rushed at him as he r
cleared: "In the Majevica Moun- which took place there with senior tempt and struck him
tains, northwest of Zymirnik-Tobut. American officers and there is no tehatrncan. She,
the enemy stronghold has been doubt about It that the situation wnith a tin can. Shef
captured with a large quantity was retrieve by three things: on accusation of asa
of ammunition. AMERICANS BRAVE Ing a wound, and was
Violent fighting is reported "One-the gallantry of the sign a bond in the at
continuing in western Bosnia. American soldier, who Is a very come up for sentence I
The Germans are reported with- brave man; two-by the very fine within six months.
drawing from Glamoc and sur- supporting fire given from the sea Sub-Inspector Harris
rounding staongpoints. Gl -oc by the Allied Navy: three-by the said that it was four
aI 40 miles northwest of the Adri- very good support given from the man had been drinking
atic port of Split air by the fighter-bombers who of the accident.
The communique said that knew the situation and came down
Partisans in other sectors are at- low to shoot up the Germans at "Stop drinking run
tacking 'in ever increasing close range. They lost a number mqilstrate's advice to
strength." o f Dilots and 'planes in doing it. berbtch, accused of
----"I should think that the retrilev- policeman. 3he was or
o-. hee g 1 i of that situation from a very a fine of $12. She
Civilian Offcials difficult and unpleasant situation cuied of fighting to
to now a very good one is probably Ruby Cummings, an
W or1 T I Fone of the finest things that has each ordered to pay
W working In France been done In this operation-very for this lapse.
very fine indeed-wonderful.
LONDON, June 12 (Reuter).- "The situation today is that ETHIOPIA FUND DR
Civilian officials have gone to these landings that we have made Big drive ormnli
France to work with the army and on the coast of Normandy have Friends of Ethiopia C
navy in handling merchant ship all been joined up into a solid raise funds for the Pr
convoys. They Include represen- line-a continuous lodgment area Memorial Hospital will
tatives of the United States War from right to left. on July 1, when spech
Shipping Administration, one of "As a guess. I would put the be sold throughout the
whom will open office on the beach -risoners in the negiabourhood of
to handle questions dealing with 7.000-that's for the whole party-
the thousands of merchantmen ar- the whole shooting match. A great C O M P A
riving dally with men and material, many enemy troops have been
Some of the men, who are carrying killed- what the total enemy ORDINA1
essential supplies to the Allied casualties are no one cap tell.
forces In Normandy, have been Among the prisoners are some Jap-
praised today for their magnificent anese and Poles forced to serve in
work. Michael Standing, the B.BC. the German Army."
correspondent, pays tribute to the (The General was surprised to Ch. 31 No
crews of the ferry fleet whose learn that Italian prisoners had
barges took supplies from transport been taken on this front.) Section
saips to the beaches. Hundreds of "Our own soldiers-American
these set out on -D Day"; too slow and British-are in tremendous
to move in convoys, they ploughed form. I was with the Americans
across the rough waters of the yesterday and the feeling I got
Chanel at a spee of only three was that the soldiers were in tro- Notice is hereby gi
knots. The were almost a sitting me-ndous form. Transfer Books and
target, shed by German trawl. I saw an officer from England Members of the Pet
perga at night and bom bed and today who met some of the velopment Company.
raehine-gunned by day, but they wounded back there. They told be closed from 14th
kept their course and now they a e him: 'We had been waid'uz for June. 1944.
working at high pressure betw"n four years In England for this and Bv order of the Bo
ship and shore, we get wounded on the first day.'
ship andThe troops have their tails very
,-- :: .-much In the air. They are In tre- Wm.
mendoui form."







an tne b &t 'or1,a
destruction" and addea Qermang
has her back against e wall-
In fact three walls at once. On
the south-we have broken the
r German hold on central Italy; on
the east our gallant Soviet allies
have driven the enemy back from
Sthe lands he Invaded th:ee v .rs
ago. Great Soviet ir ies are now
Stealing him the Initial crr-hing
blows; overhead vast Allies air
L fleets of bombers and fighters
e have been waging a bitter air war
Over Germany and Western
SEurope. They have '11d t
i major objectives, to destroy the
German war Industries which
y maintain Its armies and air forces,
I and to shoot the German Luft-
- waffe out of the air. As a result
German production has been
whittled continuously and the
, German fighter force now has
only a fraction of its former
d power.
e Pte. Kenneth T. aimason.
b bachelor, warehouse superintendent,
U.S.A., Dockite, Is soon to wed
Ellen Joan Morris (not Ellen Joan
Morus. as listed in last Sunday's
n "Guardlan"), spinster, telephone
, operator, of 139 long Circular
a Road. Mliraval, Ward of Diego
. Martin.

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B tXC BCYthe Actng ovwr ab10000e0a8 5
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,uo.11Ms. -3 dL Ofz). The Calypso9 Gees
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hsaay, His etiey a"han ToeNmorbleo Ev.eni
flea him kDd toe ccgrsteclver hi poae ppe smroW uouth na e
te .n.a. .day t. at _
xcebSOC y turned to Port-@t-IPU ten undergog gyio a

&h ont ofMr and P. MM, URs. 15 M11*111M t Stu`1" a nl Te r r .B vetod^- ---.,
gient gMr. P. Donothuee, sla t e Director ofo VO N
Sof Petrl Admilnstrationf for Warf oat te nitod taWho
bmn visiting Trinidad.
Among those in the Party weTe major and Mmrs o. 0 Ra M
SAn Mrs. Robert Cailwell., Mr. and Mrs n 'n" asMe, Mr. enld .
r unchaim anld MrT. tanley Mehlinl.
ady oC gX eNCY the Acting governor and *Colonel William Rat-e M wA= Spence leadhtg b "U LletAlways be an ris.aAir Cat p am
mtan have Oven the Actirnpi & toSometingt ito Ra ber,' the Trieu Counry club asst W edneday renimg. With e la
Mlety mntN.tan2,nt beingcergatsedein aid of It J ph's Conven't PWJoe Sith. oe c s he awEsun FieldWV. Iwti bread-
tiWednesda Jne8, bookings for which will start at Davidson ead the Ipceud e o gs.
Od Todd's on Monday. June 19.".f l
Te Moderneer orhtra ,wil in, r anteriss .e e' 'Land Of he Calypso' Goes
exceedingly Sorry to hear that Mr. Jimmy
ar old been laid up at home for the pas t few y and South Tomorrow Evening r
E hm speedy recoveriY. Six prominent people from South Trinidad, so tfar have onsented
SPortuguese Club, Queen's Park East, will be having a members' to serVe on the San Fernando sponsoring committee for "Land of the
evening tomorrow when mayonlsfie will be served between the Calypso," the Cwrnival Revue which will e staged at the mpire
u o'f 730rand 8on30 pn. Mm. Ursula doSantos isin charge, a theatre tomorrow at 430 andt 8 30p m. ,
Mie m ay .e adfrm mernbers dof uthcomittee. ageThey are Mr. G. B. Vestwo, p--- - ,_ t _
et maya be had from members ofa the Counrlbttee. cDirector of the Ste Madeleine on'bl- e A. B. Wright.f in ai o
aa mSugar Co.. Ltd., of Usine Ste. Anglo-Amerioan Wa Charitiese aind
u ^ CARLES "orwrMAN, one of tv e members of the staff of the Madeleine; Mr. A. J. Ruthben- is presented by the Trinidad Pre
tRcAmericanlEExport Airlines, was among recent passengers returning Murray the general manager of Club, of which Cuncillo' Albert
4he United States. Trinidad Leaseholds, Ltd., of Pointe. Gomes the Deputy Mayor, is Pre-
SS 0 a-Pierre; Mr. J. C. Augustus, man- dent, It is produced by Corporal
N APPEAL Is being made by the British Red Cross Society for a age r and attorney of John Lamont Tedd Joseph A.U.S and directed
ldy to give temporary part-time clerical assistance at the Red & Co., of Palmaiste Estate; the by Corporal H. Knight, A.US.
* Office, No. 20, St. Vincent Street. Hon'ble Roy Joseph, Senior Mem- and Lieut. R. C Harris, Air Corps,
Ss payment ached to the Post and the ron huld ber of the Legislative Council for Oarlsen Fineld.e re h a
"willkn4e tonworkythree or four mos'ings or afternoons each week. Victoria: Mr. R. M. Scott, Town Final dress rehearsal for
would be an asset, but is not essential. Apply by writing or Clerk of San Fernando and Lieut. cast of "Land of the Calypso"t
ling at the above address. R. -. Farris, Officer Commanding before Wednesday's perform- a

1 ate toehel aone aFreda, anune 23, the Etpir Theatre. ofMsr.pr=ed .lMao oetC 0
Air Corps, CarLsen Field, ances at the Empire Thelatre. d
tORSAGE and button-holes Wete sold by attractive young girls at Hif Worship the Mayor of San this morning at the U.l.d
e Trldad Country Club apnd at perseverance Club some eve- Fernando, the Hon'ble Timothy Theatre, kindly lent for the
am 8 Roodal. is one of the original .nem- purpose by tha Directors of 'I
Pat McLean and her helpers at th country Ciub collected bers of then Anglo-Am erican spon- the Uh.l,. M embers of the cast
Ssum of 123, and Mrs. F. Stodart at Perseverance $34: making a scoring committee, mia cI comprises will meet outside the London Es
i ( $163. which was turned over to the British Red cross special Brigadier A E. StoLeo-Robert-s, Xrea Theatre at 9.15 a.m. today.
iaion appeal fund. Commander. South Caribbean ,,..
Forces; His Worship the Mayor of ..
R. and MRS. HAROLD BOON, of San Fernando, have recently re' Port-of-Spain, Counrillor H. 0. B a
turned to Trinidad after a holiday in Bequia. They had a lovely Wooding; Ileut -Col C Y Allen, f A
mand are very enthusiastic about the recreation facilities which for erly AsiStt Chief of Staff I I
i found there, particularly yachting. d 0-2, U c. Arm Headquarters, Tr mrio-
"hie WH! veryo branc~ o~for th~enndad Base Command: Major J. M. Tomorrow
HE San Fernando branch of tIe W.V.S. are planning a pond Lovell. Assistai Chief of Staff, S-2, 'Intoxiaon", Empli Theatre
Aile" to be held on Friday, June 23, at the premises of Messrs. Port Read; a.oI Major Robert C. 8.30 p.m ,
1Mh and Co., High Street. Sa n Fernando, which will be lent for the Ma hes, Infan ry Adjutant. Fort Dance at Perseverance Club.
tl 6 r10 bv kind permitslion of Mr. Albert araht.Read; Mr. E J Marsden, Direc- Dance at Trinidad Country Club
The Idea It for each person who attend to bring a poind of any tore of Information and honorary
Me.Mltv and to buy at pound. The proceeds will go to swell the nianager of the i the War As- Forthcoming Events
Wds of the sCeial invasion apeal of the British Red Cross Societ. soiat: aid Mr. C. E. Hltchin'. Dance at Naval Hospital Rere
hearted support of the general eblic .editor andi managing director of tion Building, Tucker Valley,
bie given tho this effort, hr the TDrinidad Publishing Co., Ltd. rThursday, June 15, 8.30 p.m.
0o.wtributions may be left with Mrs. Liddelow at Stephens Lwdr, The periorliance is being given Song ana pianoforte recital. Vic-
Street, San Fr ando. under the patr- age of His Excel-toria Institute, Friday, June 16,
*Cb dlelicy the Acting Governor, the 8 10 pin.
.AARIM MA Club hadwM. a very successful formal dance --
tJo celebrate the oMenrin of their new card-room. An R d i Pr g a m
coveredd floor was erected for the occasion between theRadlo r o g f a m m e
race and thei card-room, and chairs and tables wer placed herr. .. ..
thing wa very well-arranged for the convenience of the meire wvo .
and their guests, and It smlled to be the general oninion l0hat(. .TimeVie~s the News 0.1. News-"
Was the best dance aL the club in recent months. r .- -I Warringd.aN wmn st Msi
ed. b y --M tth and M ad nesis H y mn from Ro mS
An excellent buffet supper was served and music was supplied b Baniwmsoa
chvf Orchestra until the early hours of the morning. Many ti eo- Bw ____________ |
y gave dinner parties for the occasion and took their guests to dance ,,nm :eiws Juan-.
Ath 1 club, and one of these was given by Dr. and Mrs. Krogh, whofs- 0 Personat Album
6Great Gildwtwlea" sow ',in- .' si
teas included Mr. and Mrs. Jack McClean. Dr & ano Mrs.s. a ttle3- V 1 .,, ". n t t .
stm, Mr. and Mrs. "Buster" Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hobson -
I~ Alex. Captain and Mrs. Arthur Wight and Lieut. Van Wall 0G0 Pa'ace of varietlem News Bob Hope
Ayrogressive party w" Liven by Miss Zita de Gannes, Mr. and:1 5 -Stock eprt -- --
-- lriay .rber M eG., Motly lDrn a .l
an lav Md Mr. and Mrs, Ivan Herrtes which ended at 7 0.1. Mea ry -.
'Ritith, Mus"er-Glnner A. Collins, Staff/Sit. Martin, :00 -
1 Ge, Smith, Cpl. Joe orichor,1and CPI. Don Peene. :b,( tA llndRfld Spi Interview -- -
8 o D nah Shore ram is Review
Mr and Mrs. fnulkeo-Jones' party included Malor mand Mr : TInek ....w
while Mr. F Marcrucm- ith Ms Ja oran, 9'gr, dm~ Sb Np n ib tn
while Mr. F. F Martin's iluests were Mr. T. M. Searle and Mr. A_ __Talk
Mrs. Harold Orainzer. 451 Newt Network RIportes Nw
SOthers present were Mr. and Mrs, Laurie Trestrail, Mrs. L C :- .... News at Born atin ]thms
Ogkinit. While Mr. F. X. Maurice I,t(iei-smllth. Mist onRsat 2 rdHrl o o OeNp m
VitrAJohn Roit~ant, Mr. Bternard Rttait, Mranid rFrank.;45 Off ti 6Rer'rd
Ia19ford and Mr. Saba de Ganmis. .:oo .li, Heeditne News Night Owl Clhb
$L J I i,, tri'rnt Norman Ooeu --
it who have r@.,ecvtId InvittaIions are reminded of the JuLne dan' -- .....
to he held In the Recreation Building of the Naval Hospial, ..... o_ tr __
firm, Valee, n Obhtrsdaye Jdbypr 15. ait 80 PraltAi Sion an to trenw- ., "lqe Hstt-hr,,i,.vtiR- Oi, new, at frequent intervals. me above
i(ttm, e'e., mar S obtained by phoniuc Miss Tyler of the ; O." I T,0E,'it.m..,,npie,.. AnSerwan stations are also giving frequent lava-

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A Double From Fox:. TODAY at 5 & 3.3 p.m.
Don Ameche In Indian Picture
-- and- ZAL ZALA
Geor Reeves In --------
tomorroww 8.15 p.m.-THi Pan Alf-y
and Seventh Heaven.
"-. """"__, mBarga'-s'
Sun. & Mon.-UP IN ARMS Ba g i
TONIGHT at 9.30 p.m.
Monster Double Attraction Just Been Renovated
(lst) THERE'S ; GIC li( MUSIC Painted
--- Starring- -Golden Voice Susanna
Fo(ster. 40 Alfredo Stre
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Tomorrow-Reunion In Franme The Keys Await Ye
Joan Crawford.

SHIPPING Lovely Building S

SMuse ISON LIN.ar. One Acre. plus
MenIbf Jan. RarLiess. an bd~k
Mathe Ja stofWrrW Dwelling House opnoite
operate Pau e and car s0be. mile .post. Petite Valley,
twMe te BnIIe Kingdom usd la Bsi'ti Garden City Farm> Dieao
west i d11. 1 t48 at i" Guiana. sa Atni. Call for full oarti(
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Rto merchant amen an appBl-
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SCurrent landing permits to e
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Bker Wins Both Sprints At Barataria
S!we Takes 9-Mle Butl RellyBet.

e ke6 9-Mile But Really Flying Police 'A' Beat I.C.TA. l ]i
sPro id Major Thrills Looks Good Final ToWin Six-a-Side Hockey
i ~At Exercise
J"b ht. triumphant athletic viltf At XerClS I twi~ t, Police "A" t oner kgy ehav aons. o r* 0S
at anked up vutoq int he a 100yard 911""n poaft win against IMT-AL. to camct Off U110 sx-&- o= Milt Jua. Atilltie Club 8-day cycle o u tV hockey final, before an u finally large crowd of SpOstasbu. T 14
1 10aoe at the Batarla Oval.L On ueda Io.nlng In delight- Meai brtging the 1944 hockey MUa to a ga4d O- at It *-S
"? JQ e hewals, wl m'h hm-tyo Barrackson S 8nday. ^ I ..'.-A e*
rbw iam. a A. All th teams adopted the samo
yads raes rMB a ast ;4ded A 'I
fld of runn ftrom Barbados, 0 htI rstOncs more prVo- zrav t in their line-up, a j et "B" beat mu A'A **1-4.
B.G. and Trinidad. at the T.AA., v M opeInA c' the race ticking backed two halve, a"sd MI-FINALSJ
.rts late in MAYi wa .beaSten nto a t T r.T.A.won from Fl e _
,eeod place by Baker inbbP t ee trackspe which we police !" eliminated the dWg -.1
distacance on Sumday natural heavy but not hokUdlng. ch Aunpts Plet Air Arm "A" poe A' bet Casua 1-4.
Baker who has proven wl:hout Dr. w Lmnsden. who is with a 2-0 wia. a ook, aOb I NA GWt*AL
the shadow of a doubt that be is now trlznl hia own CarnJial. and 1an frustrated many a Police "A" wo ftro I.C.TA. On
the best 29-yard runner in the sent the stockily set geldng Lmome n through, b a 4-- pontsba
Southern Caribbean today, took th is o A e hadl A over i mil In CI. h hbad ti rse to nltthb with his p
evethfil evnt on Sunday f oN. =nd J0 im. Making his firs ap- dangerous flick-shot while ; _-
Winn andSSL, Peaie due his Serious ijlury mns the opposi forward twie
'I: McWillams, f apullingup, while
the smWrising th ab out the In December, ran 3 furlongs inWit through Sand an the Air-
S 0tor n whole race was that owls ran un-43 25 a Men bCk, who had put up L es H ockey
abs en toAkbar, a werful looking young- defense and croverteda Olathif'
galerun C^""L^ r ~ rtaceevn, h 3ie-i a terg" better of Salvador and a Bowrings t cpureapc ?. -- P^1
;i aadd on u open cycle race, was won Iby Dar- when they sprinted over a quarter, The final w" the .ottrsnf
l hal rtgton Barlwe. former Barbados Salayor continued another fur.- and fuatest of all grthe ema nA l .
r champion now domiciled here. lon0 and returned 45 1/5 Secs for spectators were treat a to a Ireat
and tho th There wa a spill rihtfter the the three furlongs, deal of excitement fror.. start to The Northern Ladles Hoocay
somewhat by bell In the final lap t this event Brown Bread, working fur- finish. Lesaue final will be piayd off be-
Ite rW~iuthe and T-oc'a~ VK~o 11"'" P11 -he fans equall divde n1'/" ^ ^ f A^S, tween Wanderers "A" and Vert-
he oo~erad the and T. O'Connor and Victor Chung long uphill and two down grade was The fans equally divided in fa--tween Wanderers w Al andi ven-
S hour 47 minutes. fell, Barlowe sprinted int the very smart in returning 39 1/5 our of the toaS, applauded them "ure A", on the ;t. 'ames bar-
belautf' U racelead then and won cor'fortably secs. for the journey. reletlesslyt trac o. ground th oday.
h Sem I? ahed frcm Harold Williams and Phelps,. TOmahawk and Resentment were The Polee "A"-I.C.T.A. out its Wanderers A" ha. held the
his nearest al. Balowe was awarded a bicycle companions over furlong which Played an even game, and the mot championship for quite a while.
d e a lot of prize for his splendid win. they stepped in 44 3/5 am<. methodical combinations Wore and they are o0O to retain it thia
dd competlon was al- Bluest thrill of the day was Simple Simon tot the same trip s year.
Althoug Rmw prov In th five-mile intermit- in 44 flat. Bh s d pt Venture, "A" will make a hard
matters moat of the dlate in which C. Phelps won per- After running his first furlong best, and the backs. Cook of e"- bid to stop their onontnts Tfro.t
baps the most spectacular race of in 15 sees. Tornado increased his lice, and Duscomb, of the Colleg carrying I off.
| tageoomar and Julen the day. well-known ace maker, speed over the remaining two to were chiefly responsible for the
*umber I D0e, o-o- put Vidale. well-known pace Mrakce return 43 1,'5 aes. In a handy goalless, finish, Police gaining TABLE TENNIS TOMORiKr
t f e put lot of giner into the race or victory by a 4-0 points decision. The Inda Recrtatlon C
distance running ace; sprinting away with more than a In a comfortable spin, Oreen Lord and Stanlforth came oack will engage the Hurrioans outfl -
Brown and an..lile to go, and putting on a qun- wood returned 43 Sa. for the same d repeated their sterling perform- ina friendly table tennis toUr1a-
WWod reure 43~~nn ir ^ zec&orthe saenesnths inl aT^t., ^ S i S ^St
youII te Peter ter lap lead on his field. Journey.ance In this finalist meant tomorrow, at 8 p.m., at heir
Vidale took the bell still well JoUrny. h etr than have handing out a 2-n wa to r Pm S rt.
tan a splendid -mce ind away Into the front, but H. Men- Looking much bettr thani havle ht Air Arm Bng out a 2-nll w.a in l. 4 Pem e Street.
coom ir at San dot sprinted and caught him after ever Seen her, Really Flying owlee t ching "" asNe t ThenHurricaneswhogained
ughshow etheu na e dshthnee nttheo
at stage suffered half of the final lap, then Phelps owed un al dash In teppng throu ta .nd e other recen victory er e rmdable
tte, h camp. with his great drive and dis-3 furlongs in a hade Under. 43two re scored by Lor's. Church Army Destroyers will be
a ster runner V&Wd placed Wendox in a his-rainl sees. Lord scored the first 'rom a represented by the following.-S.
wa on capable finish Sea Rover had the Jamaica- Knowles' passthen with a urst L, Moses. (cpt.'; %Frank Reid,W.
a did soan finished B.rlowe carried iff two of three bred Consolation Colonial to ac- of speed he outran the two baks w. Hackshaw, H, Stecher, and F.
"A" class cycle races, having won company him over the first two andrammed home the second LuPPmati, Reserves: 3.. -l: and
als o lsplayed a lot the one-mile in a fine finish from of a three-furlong spin, Rover Vas Hotspurs, the team that whip- B. Ofner.
Third. James Mulrain and E. Bolden, and easy to the 2-year-old who i e still d the 1944 champions In the India ner.eatlon Club will play:
Itors were Sent away fell in the three-mile, backward, and finished his run In i eague, were edged out by N. Sarkar, H Ak atiand P., RaM-
fito k fil strr Mlkev l'ernandes. champion of 43 4/5 secs., he did not try when FleeAir A' "S" outfit. persad of Chetniks.________ .
ad1Dookie start the T.A.A.C. Intercolon,al sports. Colonial was esed UP. Casuals won from Caribs by de o- r hr
and s ^ ^ s ^ l^s~mt :n Casal woJn^S ^ from arioby de-
on his way home front a Maracas Apparently enjoying the soft go- fault, then In their firnt tussle of
~isthe. Queen's* Royal h'lke, tock'as porting chalice I-,, l';s lo g, Sunlight strided out Impres- theOayEgaistONaACOl
i a.m r teent end played tatri. lively In running over mile in the day l agelnst ctha nrsok, hru
to the order of the Phe'ps, ail B r in th day had 53 3/5 'sees. Hea ose has lolt a od elminted ebow scored a ter- Nook Ave--i 5 A4 n's
u5nerlser a.to ts wa Berna r r row 2.--1 rctoly, only to be beaten 'Phwh -T441.
r:-- 7 won the three-mik in' "ctd"ate, deal of flesh but displayed IIe I but by the Police "A53 squad Cool and comfortable sethi
hr 4hre B rwins E Glasgow won the d nree-mile his workout. a m if I g r
hI hr.51 raina cycle race for "B" class, Dixon Zollas was allowed to feel the in a mi-fle naltaclround. NIw re-
bers-. hr 52 mis took the o ne -mile novices, Williams, it n. n the t pscombe scored all four novated Two minutes frm
I hr. 5. mins. the -district race and Mc sregor ran itn 40 u se s.goa to trashee Rovers "C" 4--0. tram. Reservations on al -
rown-I Trt I nini. the ile-uphandle eventsembewith his usual fast tov- cation.
Mr. Norman Tang's Portora and Inc play and beating through tLe
SMaden-2 hr ,f ins.Holdingpotlght together with Sahib were out doinguseful We 40 fte bt t s l
~mBetaincourt vrill dis- George Baker in the b wereoutadinPauefu field often, but was too strictly
Ises at a function to events was Bernard With opfla wk on the re side course. While marked in clashing with "The
Sr t4 e. Bon'ts troenes cad ther r Warner who Sahib appLers a bit more stripped Limbs of the La. for his hoc-
At. R Ge. Browns rol- also scored thae double, winning the than at Mon the grey carries key tactics to serve "'in purpose. III
atm r- M An morete0yrd8an 880 i ordsiine style. mor condition than he did-down The Rovers "A"-Rugby Club
m .- P_ Warner had to do lot of run- South. fixture ended one-all, but Hover
nlgto inthe 880-yrs
n.W.Armstron w in the 0yrds, lively a ever, was fA were given the match as "cy had
vent l In thistrace and i dthhalf lap ,to seen. fghtfig for her head wllell more short corners,
go l toked e4 ery Inch a winner, but ed to do pace work. Rugby Club's ovey evaded a
SN $48 995. e w eva I h a nthwe yards Scarva, Sol btirepippin, Sun Rooks' run throth, which p-
Now| $48,"5..... f^ rom t t a bt ,h MalQden =4 ulWhog tia ble werea all ared a certain goal, but the same [ i
In.othectape and beat himhwhil
SNUtD FROM PAGE 11 Veteran Noel Stanford, former given 2-minute gait spins by Mr. Rooks came back and notched
RfUE PAGE*. champion, earned third berth. Joe Herrera, who i slrs In charge from a short corner by R. Half- I
S..................... o Seaforth won the 100 yards "B" of some lovely 2-year-orlda hide, whuil, Jones from a Walcott's
,V, p4. Kw 44. s5 class from Thompson with Turton, Nylon, Bellhop and AY.h pass glided In the equ llser.
5.00 Who did 94-5 a month "o at PeaIlV Glow battled for he head I.O.T.A. whipped Rovers OB'
0 2. Piarco, third. when asked to take tin sl y 4---.Lordsoringolfourgoas, BARGAIN
g w ee ................... s on0
B.. 0 H. -, 0 formerB.G. ea e. ran Over 5 furlongs. Isn eautu while Judd got wreat Lusoombe andBA G I
e P.r ,oo second in the quarter, but later on black mare is likely to Improve on flicked in what was the equaliser
.:.... """" "'..".'... 1.00 Iln the day proved a big d lsppoint. her aster showin hich was the. f icnSrt oesal S
.I. ..........1.... 5merAt when he ran out of lace in then good enough for C class, The umpires were Mr Daunt, ionStreet possession
E .......1"the race open to the armed forces, Leap Year was very sulky when Mr. Pilgrim, and Mr. Jonles. MB oe Pc Street Seio; 27
SeeV. Riveo, 17-year-old Srt. y'sent over 3 furlongs; In a heartlessa The rults were: ar
S,. College en-t,won it fro,n Rennie effort ran back in 45 sees. Casuals won from Carb BOulevardt. Joseph Road Stre tM
Ch .U..... 0 500 At the conclusion of the events, Dr. Ammo. sent Son O'Ml default.ld Ste
....... .Dr. S. H. Slung and Mr. F. C. and Maiden's Choice over 6 Bfur- Shamrock beat Benbow on points.al: Edward Street: t. Vincent
St CUtiul Presentedr theP prizes tO longeas at 3/4 pace. The former was Police "A" defeated Police "B" Street; Frederick Street; George u
.O.N..M0tOE c CL (Novices): Big Speed Track with his groom Fleet Air Arm "A" defeated slon guaranteed. Larg anU

gfn...?.........,...... 1, Dixo. 2 Tri, 3 -.,. ^ y os'ohr uso ~a eet Ghatronk ]n. | BIn AMorlATE R BO
Yew .......0010 I 0 YDS. FLAT ri(m,: 3('lasIn the saddle cantered around the Rovers"'' 4--8.loan. on Mortgage,
S ing ...................... 1.00 --s forth: 2-Thompon; 3--Turton. inside course few times. This otspurs lost to Fleet Air Arm Normon Dovid-Feveck
I o ......... 00-MILE CYCL. (11lua: colt Is reputed to be displaying 1B" -1.
I5 -on- ............ 3.00 -Ola OW 2_-MrLean; 3--BePlnle | S Club on Real Estate Age t n
1 n.. .e............. I.i temper, but except for a few flying Rover$ "A" beat Ruby Club onate

W Het .............. 5.0 I.MIH PrizE" BC K /ttenc n B lt:7 **1"tz i n -^ m 1"
500,2o00 YtD r FLAT (Open): leaps during his work, he did not points. 30 St. Vincent street.
..001oo 1 -Baker: 2--LeV: 3 -Turtion. appear unduly IrouIgish. Whether .C.T.A. won from Rovers "B"Ci e n

*yn~i""--****"- .00 3-MILHE CYCL C- Int redA):_______ITl
Ping ........... 00 3t -Lp: G trae; : those leaps are good for his t ore- "B" 2I.
lit ..................... 1,0Bo--Phelps: 2 -VC ulen ; - rem ,lls.
l2.00 L p Pri. !Vidale. legs is of course another question Casuals defeated Shamrock .-4. B IG AMATEUR BOX]
t ................... 00 440 YD. FLAT (Open. i,: ____ CAT

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el ..................... 2 .00 3--J. Hendra le .mn.2
I Huwll .. ,00 ; 20 YOD. FLAT (Open): .Shovels: Round & Sq Mouth ANCIL., (Bab&) ADAMS V
tf lt( ............... 500 --lkter; -.Winn. I-MeWilliam. Tower Bolts: 6" 7" 8" sizes 3Light HeavvweIght Amateur
Choit2.50 I-XI[,5 CYCLE RACE ( mitrict: Chain Bolts: 7" 8" 9" 10" sizes Chamu.--751b5.
..00.. .5 Wllams; --Loaerence; 5-Cta- Spring Hinges 3" & 4" 51tes SIX ROD
..... ................. 1.00 100 YDh. IFAT (.Boys.: Masons Trowels: 9" 10" 12" sizt. Leut.LAWRNCE ASAM
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In ................ 00 t Lap: G rey;l d Lap: vitdale..... LEN McKELL u CIam
...508..c 31sCYCLE (A s); And Bantam Amateur Cham v.
..................... 1 -Bolden; 2 Chun.g; -Fernanda cs As. L. BARADAS Vs.
........................... 4 Lp Prize wey. With and Without Handles 16" and 18" Welterweilght Champ
1 48655YDN. FLAT (open):RO
.................. 1-Warner; 2-Armstrdng; 8--ttan. Also- Replacement Parts Fo FOUR ROI
a .o. ....... 440 .. Flat ,Armed Fore: 2 .1 Perfection "of S outh r ,
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Wento o am p.m. Vt n eanl ussr.. alunt 3 L ane myself respoSnsibil to a nyof Bnd eitee f devared n. pMin, volly for

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dayi l MIDeor ah *yre.. Contact te super ale Mao. o e DCod t~ Call p~m.-?pm.. a iDer- r Itt PR TeET. lAtN Nidee # ofA dabtT coatr ete by my wXt. V iAn. tenf rer dradb her. 0 L or tdl. by my

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.. 11 BYir OILD COO PAI w oud A U KIUCAN MORC ARY. 1 drp nea c~llBt morin lord i*uruterdihpat 0Apply B. 0!t F O W ROET LEnoad C v-H S -Jun 1 3 idS aJ, C E .-n loving memorF ci Rauon at.3 0 --=, toda f

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1foookols ta~r A u Notolrl NtchanlctinNlr WHN= Ugft CRadio $* vim$IDrainage, Jill* AND elbow Moslemst r halt t bnot responsible for an ora l Tn r dfrly W hathwond mo rys h e met derie
" eli 4yea 1., ll k.owlidg vi d ng lfa. Apply.ho en i et. Wood 13O Ceirl, elvwttoto Ecknr.tdI M r o n Swife. FL PROs an r Nrado. harles debto r debt cat racted by m w if lr ing o arae And n3.tot e boritiFor pa.,n
"i -----odan nof nu tM tis cen litreSAlEuN e Du3e Pon 4 cto.-Jun- 11IInhu.se. tr3 beet s. Price 4,6. 0o t atv ngbn u r m y proeettfe W hy Wm. M Ron,

lIecTIc1NS WANTED WAEplyB. 29 ituheorth wtrtt, a e -'eMA- C L lD- 1 REHOLRTl TPOMACi t- t O-ReoPrdT wln bfO.lt lti A eea ndrer. MOhay vi n l e m -~.Bto wt fo r aure h ut 1 teI a --n i ,
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hnX N A& *.CI 6 po ltl Leyer* nen_ iB.kenB r ew."A- t 4 el T e3r Suie Ta anMod el Mone 4l00.-un e 2.of n fernadoI, nea Ltoearet. eoarl _M l MA.E tAL rXD1nEaR. AWn tool hi h aso ne d witm ry h atl r tM .E
p i nd.. Cr. Tplt. Vine ntcu n, Stn.ret.- c te i n c d d -d. "For d V- o or e PnP t. OA L I _o -o M. o lr. ee in a om sn ro T PUBLIC Iherebylittl h no tIA d er mother n. li o u dWearodepa mel tis
-* CtnIE WApNT E. Alng cor iod ncolnd Coon-Ju."ne" Ma., to Rblneo e:jo n i~nP t c. o n g ood lo08B ty conAT a, ingo t re -Jlu ne 1H KernC f tribynodad Ohithat. M-Nlla N.wIfe hidren r a od ourande ltld-r- e' H'W- -CM lX
F.mI jhm dorgainn rom. Aervant quarVter.a Mmil nre for Ram de aslen* 13. '' A 1N UN ot 7'Ry
apiol it ltchad thr ow d ct wrer either. a"p. III ;2 FLEET OF TR CK withnow Mt T TRAI,6vtc -li"n 2!ek wart poCd Chu t nvrch A d ri >. about A, ,t ,o r rso nsbe for aub nd. Al de bt R C Ioh ^ o dpr r li*o Jung leri.e ti42 cIl[,AOON*^ u *^

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"OneY .i UPply 13 "i Hy.- M n tatr iOPrT Oc tetewywokg rd m whr Peiowratr-A dUL pl old POe NtET DNOTICEa !n c-N-ARNU -Ne lov ahera bnrher. a.SH Whh e S O m o
'1YD YUTIL -OMAN Foue- 1M7 a EeNa M E drop -, u f5.eawitnoVilinge.uoakaCLana111 and ch1ldr194

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cou ne t yr-. un pe day. Pon 0012 -pn a. P huoine wt.-hm q. 'June1.ISantaE T BRO W LI S lovin -mr Of on fo t a.VY to 4 U

WVANTD WBItuedt leti Mehaically moun No^ reanbeu er I to. WH r< IiIISR NG HN GE W rt n ur- IOSEO ArnD l AN D art N io r iaonbl THEn UBIC. Bin gea r natd isO Ieeb dearl belve ClLr A SS tiltama wh died ,In'f~r
w shix yach Fune. App i g O ft nI 12 refpsed Mao n ze Mt. Aug CustIneKel.- fiam ton .11Gu est. House ron ea Sq.uLw iae ane.Fern Tando 2. nearIttoo no t a od hat s1lam rnopongerbune fr t h aton Ju n derf13. 1943.eletehnd

auioa ae naue. r ofInun tia. Juel -1. ur n --n Barbadoe. A xce lleynt.tat in g. f t p. price *. .0. Alyn B. c ara and T 8.te Sc t hbof m y wi, u and O n ay pasd lint at m ad d S TR n pT
N FONctricaT RU CK1941Model.lPwith batoo .rFOdAtln Euaranteed. Rat ChronauR asternM ain Road.no. napun h Mh med.a&Satt do no.c When oeor To W el lforcur wint calledawa
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SITIABW N WANTEDWNE T U K newPo19 Jl iua. m ,nik one i oabnot~;r a5y ApyAono ohe
B t Mehnia condition t ort. N o dtr plTyes 1 l Taer da.C o mmruniciar. te wa E olth Mrs. h1ne Go7.-JunseiS. hold moweiwaresponsible for any r debt God took h ma H
= rer- I) veorest.R-June i 69 PO EEOLHPOPSE Ra %LtsYLm nburit at contracte d b il"M. archn urb14lat1944.atll

June typin. l orrao d e nw an old o Wi l01. A9monuer.r:d:n Twou ie e BarNeN-R. Tlphot O O.y n 2.oBa F near Al o K Nn,4 52 And took or home w H to rest

twOU W M A O del. ~ i. ins -3 nv a eeTluei. MH S ar. a pEuond. oitdwa V)B-in.-a-July ,H mct1r PdoGrni-e-PlerrIE. 'PM onH D We. WANTED TO RENT tn re
inSe huLn, a, eR.--,A1.. 94lTtyrergt-dunabv d drllJme3 oaea L oN SApl yTEy 3. LANTar-A HIpaote -Junmedt, nr- No. bBATH oTtETrn b sdrindse tH E Ao
d e a. nsTrct, dealk Ilkn-,00 cen-WAad i auedne red. and ORMA .. dOAR. nFT CLoAmg BUo.DINt wITeM.Savhl-------------n-Juan--unihEdlelfUnto.ESnOtAL ?o rTtETenynpenalyo.tto A So 1 eC

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genera olf work, poeaeuo Cat*bridg t~etGrawl 194 Rohinco Crocusun ant PigeNl HLL-*7Dnon POnO AN 3051 Ea~nSTATE,^ Freew ^W~m* v t,~ Calutt OHf PPBLk Ia-- herebynf noiid htIImmryo rfih

.1C. NUUED BOOKM *nd MAOAINK ua' At, pltt minutl whpk (rum uoavannalh. .ox p-U| O*Da A pl yC."3B I II PAebtsco ntracte Ay PEw. On Moet- s b wf 0 rare11
-Jun l18 RENTA S 'Pone C0imbcusr m haing lft m boa*and au"1 goobyeStTnow

itn.Mo, Bt,6I. , .. G tlc-atuag, good references. 10 r withont K-JneN X l a o (watS e ar nev er*dr ailway ab*ou CteOt l i of my ne ll ,b1n Alfrte Rat youdp rted uthiaanlife Poni June 13. 1942

htlXOUKI Taied AOULANI t r O nvies.watte T rOOLODRt De o AINX BTOT BI a epend at Ic mca Ilim s c U< t, oSa-n"d ea I tain lef OT m --- da ra t m

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eXPERI NCy SOY. Ap lyisepr 150. f eatoaNdI woraflcryHU.da t Sna aikme, emluxrone c a eaaan thr fru ndt agree bigcul-on January 3, 1944. O-Ha lovednoatlonsae r:tbo thr.s:n ar T G

KMne -Box t"-i0. "" oB "Guadia ...l Ford Box Moto NewPiaitriat. tisae ntui Sequla.< RuI. Tloat.-?eb. e-o^.i eneS, crSe~r andl chauff *eurS qar 5ters.TH PlubLI an herey. notifieudl that I whnitouw -tr love one wasP called,'ay
2irn '-Phommnyt ge Gr nJune21.2Quest. Brub do EsP reo ot h raaunnting at n et freo. it aill Ae t Four-Acr prt el wild milUaf sB.C le fondb vtuelnll h and n child HONe T
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PERIaeNa. CK artPhon e Mrs 8 inne Wharton. Ba cur.0 h Phoneg lime trees. N r June 17 ManFerandoi.v TOO LAT TO CLA SSrFY a rimb of A No. W wha tyou

badX0nel BKMB .OCOA I! la if7. orIMI4 pMnf.raly.-JM 3 2. otrfe wut~r, r efuterd. tp Apy. y. J 1lo *hnd nSeOr_ blnd. _tns_ re_ *_ _.-- _A__ANWADRO__ TWoTro. nlooking fo r a
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Z tlCH No (H i A T Apply $2th peryoay. *Puoni Mrs. Phone 147-Juns 1s. hotd yinte rested peronaible 1> m ak Taeb Gd ntk h home Itake acsHimn ll
go-un. WA ED Wilt.linWAmNTEDbT UReot 'P netreet,"aun e5-.ul .J EEO4lwCeaobmaktinou.. .ea.t....erie o ntact with in tem e ofand bath, attched. Appl. An ol

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tw Tweeks Old. ri i l I e -3 nave- Chin PnJ. 1-c.... .. -. J .n a -ud" aa tuna-July 5 ata i, cnte- a n rra. Phn e 28. E D to BRanTld No.rd .- 11
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t os P..Il .o -Grt, ian.- -ap US E0 BOOKSd onl Mr hos BtAer n. half inu e. walk tr esmv nnoah.w limes. Mr i f.-u e, 1PofSanFern a no TIanepeR A I Prevh.w Oi "T om-e Th isday recalls h.

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17~ Can be l(, Oet~a t~ U UN E Oseen ab:t Sa- 9UER WRF GES-OUE grilldynghue wolres eds- am to longer dayunder th~e oare ad. ro- .GodAl'poved erbet.It w -Jne11Ca t sHilwl.T her es "you ~ rr
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andW 10arrens.treet. Woo iie dulieda Inh etr PoSt-cuptn urardiand terlce x,5 WOlstie HoRed-Jue 13, roreh Ltd-Jrope yun er haro c orn er e t wicie no foward nto ee ML O oo os a
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FAfOR DAM. ow tMurra ym otreet, RANp. Parlou4orNSto.r.IRO OMnand Duoubl0 om ie 0 Br.p0orty nedares et Kno x.e piece l advi ngurelsnT'ded B0n.S Pl.d ltt TW FBB ge ROR Al n One Re e r"lI
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e s cst at i-t't Ic t ulc a ca. tao UIM VFURin frEI O uTy r Io ihp.l, AHylt u ttfT tSREET. C om Aee NCYlea theatre non a day and tM c o nvnet S r Po ne 04 4.P. -Jun e tvf hr*ledg
with BOfOKS ardeA oDANt Seveeetohalf innu40.sPhoneSfrom'Savalnne.,,ort. A NNOUNCMEnTe.EtwOrk INgw EN.N O n BEDS. ADS onr Tefis tod

t "he r illOA ge. S1Prns o rSt J Twain. o i lt b & L one l. gika ChinPan.aPoneottoJ e 3 -rJun 53.h~e I an amsinmhrean erelret ec urate. 29Ewr Sre
qolt nse6 -June5 REWAR 100.00 Walst. Duf,4 SO. m. "b 611 cArL C. *AG N C OYANY -Jun I t Bt t .. ., U .- '' ,

TO 'R GAI-OUNATSta o i t-I EreKi a UOA N E DUlttMARobul.lsd. CtCmOCmae" ssuhagndptre h Wt" R dSt. H .. KTuiSd -1.1 '"n. 1 I s de

D 0.. 35 Fd.>L -"TAW -,P Wth Stu" 0" brad Phorn e 390 CoJulBetter lorlt,- modern cunve7Piriene, asotep. Ca SIta i't, 4 l bedroom..evwrth ,l teONeWEso tDES DAYENA m Tateoft courme '4&W. nea, Ono" 7,
swe t.s. r ue" canalwaysspJure 3...o.F...... "Guardian ," Boan'OY LARo H.u cmf-d orblt e and p r dehold Poperty.y UpperIlot" te ub.eted to aLace l i ut w n ao sprea PNHanod-.5 COCK wane d, trtn breed..
24had. I NK s,,u~e .ma .....-... lu.e MN I0 Iairy, e btoleAoretrallboteredostreati vatebugaster -.d Wiipayngood prics. 'Phone 50813, 33

e L ''" ,, i ~ Sn REWII fulro~mtl w thous e ngod loalIm tysd House, t.NE JU Aosepli h. j t0 Allfgrages itroeiont Jus 51530 lor, evtion an dlly ieteoye-Eward. Streetm, m.-June. ...25,
m.e Ca-rri.rupee-yr-Dun--n_-d I--. 3 9.000 h nDuthiskenique affairtIinthatrto"h aeNproofNONEaM&W.c. RoH E be- o Santa
VD CG TONaAr IIIUAlTINbmANTEDud...Or d JDratee. 'Cae Pory rsl otepdgiinhmadleadi"gO C ihattl u Prpy C toFraltot eatig'o Al-you tOnus Coe Pr p ert onearv norb -

___________________ FRIiID T OSOK REID I^. Stea ivacanit' ....^; .^< ;%S y 2A AA 3.900 hov tol do10gl n efretoi
MASIu Conr lu. Poe UnfInishd Chtte l Prop rtySnal I a tin- l toAW MDtLcPEINESEyurap OGattaold g c inema Bs 5-12. GuarTan"-
NUEOV IUCal D~omo la" DCA OUNto 73. eWilmon Srefet.blt.-Auguet In. tin- w~r tcrguy pl.Bifngadnal ln. laern 2
sbau4 Crss. Usua other ow, ;Pbfo M eandiion L AdressChattel Property. OiFURNISSt.AM"oFrmhHRadiosiP.cturesm t'9ned15 JuIncI. HARTMBoxARDRMBTTRUNK.OR.9SALE

liToN MtCH|SWrLm.lIAvenuea-Juner. Street.DukeRtoa ersni -mt. *t OK WorT-fNn mentioning your onam Sew. AunmelrcanStonealsreet.15 ACREnCOCOA.withJuneIA
eap i l o, od reiga l l 5i n ol. So.016 Ap ytreet. Wofull, occupationtandspuing.eRoadrrVillFORDeBsHtP.a dEDAO.NDnGEsERArnLtTIc.U sligr hEV tlyIlion RWI
DukebtfK oU.O ..A 13 I. WA l0 NTDI M UM AT ELY*R.Nmo nd hand, Om to COMROOMd, itin broalfa-st. Prncs ow.-- No r-,.......... o-TllaPblo offer A .,e tr Z M. .. ..... M/or M 0

PAd OptAmal. ILuysSpn ish Vacant f July r Afusediy plyCoffeb
0. lati' a < .C.<* A O NE mRUITA 1C MIL t tll erl W P1for ale TO, new t oApply Lt Lu a (ou no rcvred). I PowerA Col Eg- Santa
Ar., uy o nn., s, n ,~~.O,.o oI"'D a ll ow .Bt J 't arao .. ...i )AginRood -iear .. ..al!#o"& 0 or ed'h one o r. .ct. o t yit. Ztels Mtlsz Snr Gad. leo.,,, i, . A
'" SBL PIN' 'A~q [. -Jo ;Ouu I A~t, beAtwenoI -F aton o r 1 ALtourb Loysatelyndig Bod) Iel f o~r bilin.P rie 826th 1 O etinor1140. 41670. a41n11e 13. oouda MONE AYIG ATE RY.Rabb its and

,.a A ai.-1WO-~tai1s arSt0.e~ee edomp lete. oing iteabargan Co- LATE t C ASSI June13
theVESgTaCnFR AccutigL E ekkepi g. S rab En, SanFra nd uo21LseScol our paa, hneFR "Ar n ems ra fe. nx PoeH tOl.04BMM Plew oo t hSnipe. r ctt ; n
________otheabve____________ 3I 39nher tteowrnt los lI, Po ne. Druryo

RAE BE i eW) I2KW YIORI Autilat.e 01IGL.mg MattlleIt31.Band,--e tF. 0CRE (O.-RSIOBOA T ft long g oWe adrI rcla1R1.-Jun e 16
.-wa AS4logoS w yt e x.H EWAN..E4 H P.!.m ilk.. new On e Motor. Apply: HOUSE '.rar2 Tobago. Bloiody Base 't. a pp.. s SRMA.12EE INGS
SM1V on A ot .~- m 1aakSret at-faarc-ua35 OnA waeesa ag fo ihtrmoin nPn TWO BZain. -H N- A4MOO
-~ PORABLE YPEWRTEK Ci OMhFORTAEW LEASE OLDBNAOM Wothrepean,!a toagio. Lgn ( th'Bridge) pbr.ndingeorl pica,1 e" advise(50)Work. ing I tniyA o IJLT RV PP

Re. k.10-1n ,39 s WL He NrI ..... ........ t ,v,',--Juith3 ears.. Iving and d--,ug fien andno --l 000,Acre.LtdBe., ,a Mi S ouare-J .,al1k

IM .H~l..... .HA- .i.rT_=ANL WARURO S Tn~~l rUNK. 'oIe] Rn SLY O p~'mv m= | ~~l, mt st ~ trto.. WHhe.I TE AND -- K -- RS -A---F-N E ES NO NS O
S. iaa, sta l'ac .- --Jns. C r10 is 62W 5 R i wl.th A tee, "araeiaa. n conven20nces, No. 30 Cal utld r arti utaraat Ofac t o NEas OA K M l i l meIIIstoc.nApp m. tu4epIm
LA MAI-PlAf 81it du-"street, ONEBill RP O Mmediate Roma 'Pricn 34 To .ago. dn te-aprset a i oug r.ar.'ihOne 7013, RODSAerOr eet.
.. . . . JuMOTOR .. ... pump- -June......70 g Aorta.uCom.let peim)return to 204 EastersInM.aint..id..Jne 1
.........A.A........Hiklasta'ohoapoximalyii ON NEW SU NALW.ouitctuereAut tifredi Street.ouet bIarktiien LAewirdJe ns t LetV.T -Phone ll
THE dary Subolfel tot huyaWANTEDT'Op R EbNT IoJhom dnor 4. pieneretetatneNo. 90rtestern Mama nonatedOYAnTIpa Inted;IeIpty.rlott

,,Il Cl!, tItOr n la Sim ko M U Str e HOUSEeta-June 1A .... ........i_o e4eri
with elmot anti. lnWi ed .-- oe.pta t.lJaine.1R.asPhonee. Apply: Empty Bungalow. Cacad, Cheap ad.Comfort.IlNNnUJuanE-T$tomostworkiunu.women.A N otemoneuuhin
Mucus.,AtthePe-nuMr.Jvsep covered poult. h o n gle4debl rValle Road. empy......ON WHTEWOOLY OG. Ow ErAn"e
TRUS. Preut ad re t 6ee 0.' 0 AN De ukAbi rto tatef ned Str etLmNw tbl.dat enIptC, Pei vle..g 'hopetsn s ile 039.Jne1manyoneparties, queentAt0. ......... *"I "
3.h t i Pan Arng on fowl fayr n H olpes qa iy d N Alme' eric Apponly:. 34l. M t ler dn yThaeretw.l,
At T6y R'. Appl.. -HayesStr--et.-.Citt .Wk eAnD-- oe- 2o-- If6 .-noF FarmNCLAIMED.....er Cheap ERONA NOTISAn IES
TAKAG'N0Y1DoTdAcNtatitn laatina ONE LECTRIC RANGE STOVhuseuaranteeRoad38ardtward. Mall Va
~werll coo.Sa e1n5 ain UHOWAs terd ora Wln ut:OeA ladDinSaT I In.s argVincet. teedo'hne6114 not hole s ervd f re spo nsible "enef r Jany e Ua25

LnywheretInt te rf .Ih oCeeke alit hvg lt yh ea-,Aor ud FOR
f .eas- tJ 31 i, 7743ttstreent.St.eet.m betweean* -Iand POgarPeALLTRAYLOVEL.NB- L .eth o urPrope rty, p hth te for rotc to thert ait day;ofeJuneo1-"WAP4Il...O-BUY
Q-DATN IURN EDN.128.-June 136Two-torepsui able frnursatng om. ate &jvet. u~S ale.e No SalednoCo mmiswi on. JAM te ew f tsg eat H. efc ourage. wil py f o d m prUice. Poe 503,EU 3
how. POMchnca. ap Sld RE i OWAII for Huse an ksgoodlcalty.sieHuet, Ill. oer harsa, 28.000.00, No. l31 g-ags .posesio) .... -.$ lv11dvoin ndduy, Tea theor y La e. Edward Sree.-ue231 MA IE S U
Pethonrnr u1~.W eunga --uIous 10ra m ot ompeeMdern ovoocS lotreetphone,065. Dial 421P..pertyLC. UR doaT? dCMPANY1,00 -Juhcattis nqeafi stat"te prootf
wEDUC TO A StetJuy9 iUth 1 ..ON emi n gine. herpudinetiein volto AN209. Burnett-Juneh 22.ant
reddreaakr.AdltClsee. 1.A~? rlde Garla. Juie-IJ unea. 2.12.. Appy!S Cruez;(1)FCarriers crel kdpoe a no loneraraonCity.e m wieor p 1build.r~
owaY~S.tin 'a~oo~ S NDSAW Rp aw nd Cat NS. Main WOad. TOEYap E SIn I steemu (vcano oslgt e 9e001 Obtari.t ando thagt o n o t bodhmselfreII
Ia nCmEmr-Wilsocn mottrecmpleeSItperfctg17.-Jne. 13. r Fi sed C atelrPRoad, p erty .Santa o ti esons Is lto A nydr e bt y ou r a debts c o In- ie a o -48 G af
Ispectionby AppoinmentMainz Road .. .. psaesom 20h 90 i(Xl o TndrC Mias." Maor-kO Jue1
TUITION a Ring 7430,uarwmrIhCStreet.Property, OldBU.GAouW Rat a Pintares TAdadl F Rc., P.0 Box 13
fe tda CilreERCHAl? 5 .JNDIE 21. __ O1 ouPinep Ju ly I2 AMjLgtew e.........-ue1 Ouva.pp AL
W ItomorroE.w1.Caibrtreee Rodcertain. 1"a ort-f-Sain.mentonigCALr WOOD-allR A HP. EDAN arroapactiall
SPANISH ersGriLtd.2--JuneSpaoish2fll, occuLouse.andabusinss addremsy
l opb(& i uee t Jambdg. atiuaon Potg altlesfor hullagVpe a n t fse rom July IIApply 3dCfeeehi ~ ~ 250- Dnow.)-Jly 0 te erl: .43. boermbp Ptt. Opait mgueEqate iee1n8witiigIN frehlds a dwad tret ISIUATON WANEDp4.ofg, AND-fmj
b .;bA.O0iONE. II? REPRIE WCAM with HueI -*'- - - for IVatisa aa~ja shir o Sitcbordpeato. now AINUNtlUIIIUApply: ~~hLeeLum A C.. 4WUIO
June88 llup t* ;11_ ~ u .anamt, No"'JW YOUNGlLADY goingeatoelbargaas
%S" Acoo Can$I It rll ofaTE TOmCLipe Camerae_'a
Higher_____________ OUS AT T. SELEllean. 52 '051South Quay,.1 ao 'Phone. -Jueu,
with one4 roll Of SS "&am. CmJly mfrdrik'Bi.ICE mEdTATE FOReue. SA;E L 0 U IS 01 L AN.,T. 0 SITUATIONSEQVACANT
P 39 CNhNEET tet lee :'TRn~ o itb~u atenM~ od ~~. SI arlwan tr~P~ee t AnPhas e 611. ICITT fIEMef Manu1t1ctateraeceneesem-
iNIC"TW ti LAR~U V 4E O RK U 141.-June i Buler-LOS Anytime.twit I-lsmePhneIDuhaveEU156'R AT
? .U" IAMUAW aWeth M eil asu1re' P..Sing e mu; one Motor. a ppreerck1 ANOU S TES O AEZI npelnivtd- Theeano Sod Everywhe apre. -tAiv eLr. B A T 12lest (emloggne). s~r 1- JgI
every body Lou eirl. POTABEW TY EW an brT'r. 5-JpticatloNEW Zinown handwriting giving detaaps. POL.R u'pP 6
terlal t a. IGo l scumtdti5 HenrStreet. tine IAPON3Je23hree ______Tobago,____ o eucainde rp i easx ary vl eWi.U. e netetoehe
Do III H=TrELS. WR DA OE RNK odAnS gekeNo. 3065 BELMONT CIRE KDAKCUA RODwtpoog Aph oMERbeftsen taxioIp. o rtdsok pil 1a o4pm
3 f l J," itsTmaroo andeold efor M raelisnc .ogst ree,-hn e N. a iJrlloghpam Avesue.ie.'hoe 725 4& brco y Sru.
$JVES'lOCE manu ghtore RTubebs P cbetween pyi ni ~ a35 NIN GNYBoa10. rataraa"Ptitan Bourg. rive
OP Raceplaces rettrngtoo 204GRELLeSn"hitu-GR
Prod Mar20. Ya... ak' 414.3 eJu.nitelmetS3ee0tAcre s. omleter.. lood, JOunoOMN ANEDhe0 a NADIAMVU 11
Tu Mulem. ADonkee. gaor Hitll aand ARD AE A EMOTORICfoUP11111171 f-Spetn. -Junea2e. t CAlrdStreet. Justbeenare-pi~
Imn.A'oayBO o 06tgapiuaeytoto sad O NENWOUUL ertr.Rwo earde-Jate -
0.P.Benet,30ManeI. u era T. ehavr, Bust ofrece plfuived S In VA 1Cr .aN t M oUS,.e tee.L nin-R egdeande, pa i bontebed; emntpytay.dpaeakn
T4)3AP__ _. xpe _Rot I lgk, erosene1Ol Stovs-w_ ...willbe on-i--.moernnecvenlace. Appymto 2 will eeee at io% ame, rrum

TRAL DYE SMOP. 4 Mean Street POLISUED AMAN NORRIS 8U T D- ELLING U IME.d L Ethel Street. embee e._..........., 24 *mg ** QuardlSa.June oI. t
--- It. h -- amaddrem,, S eamee, sc vs EDUCATED NU NM GIRoLr oven
-Cassenraw lunry. Al wok- lart01.Jn 0 uutine. Gopaul, Dmb 'ARON.(pessemale)BLOW Igat tatof family amdact as goveames
a" t An iso011 M reentdINac
01,101-4u "^ .T *^^ '^io ces et A guU JMOoptil lsum = "
,'.B ^".- *- .V...y=....? ,l -S^tN..w. A......" l"SovfiK. HUOA. .Wrood, .k, iwm, Nn. O 0 u Ne~ to Lr. y0 ~ TM.MA; S^^ ^k o'SS," l I.. =t -ousIema c i o rv, .,.. y, ,Reg ret. Reed. 10 three Young e. den rNoounm. mas" P
gurnedmdpromiptdelivry ITRL RAOR cs arvol 'Phone 24.-June iS. Pant possession laundry and Prospects aftrtiaeL. "As"r
VWePG HAd. MVACANT HOUSE, 13 Kalghtebridge 4 Acres of Leandwith g oamki t itowbo
N AAimO PRAd. MOmDeDOrEstate, Caseade. W.OD quette Valley.motb rent ao G "
VIIE l fnoanw, cas 10,TE o N Imortgage. Meyer, 913 o I OO1 D LAUNDRMSS ft ra ly of a m.
--- o ri~ RU m -n G ar,--J S ll ttJ"aa IS . . .... . ...... - -- o.. s n a .o.d ..i d v L u e w n l VI C hlm __...._ _im_ _
AUD. .-LOUIS1.-. Amateu" MODERN PUNOALOW.AooaA,koCo-- manH, asAl.---J__u______IS
t */ ~sH4 Aj t r.- moir ,itJMONALO THOMAS CI L-4 WSE oia, C

-m er WvI'" 'mOnew" W ith=modmr c e ntence t ..... I *, PSopety eeel a" W '" A E R w is
-" So ** guaranteed. A.ply AU 2 '4 a e 764.. 3 e code Road-June IS "Raleigh 2gS
W...-Ju L,.14 Henry Street. 'Phone 400--Ju /-4.

SP A ol lsit a" M, 'M0 f" mun,.__)._p u -im1 F.,,URNISH- m ED,--JOM# Ol i/Imam a AuaR Il
i e I,,h- S m .M modern bungalow I.J
r__-- v"RM i 0hntW. n, iBOLOGNA WIEKi
CA. -ueo4 and VietabelleRi.m-*420RAL
t0-a.r m I" IRead. Po Streeho R~ld .. 4.0 CU'AIQ-1 Alo W Ws
1.to M No.jajoe ew les1ei3404" Wler Srot Vaaeaa m Ifor European 0or Ane road".
II shea. 85 dewa s it wj pecmus Pe~ jIjStet.utaeU 'r .:Ie' Phone 094.-JWW 1S.
&Qff~h ~ ~ Pradlek tret-sis&m 00 i )54%*. m iemt reet. A"ela AL
'O te woldPAN.Medium sine, *y4 &oa" sn. ul $4&fNHOUSES FaRaSAL
-- el tee, ec fsiaricu arslt Son"di ".laot. 22 RosS ~i #I a OUSE "R SLgi*St. aneemcl
'44 pow OL nowj Oto. 1%r 3VfP l.45f14

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