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


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


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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
ltuf - ABZ3083
oclc - 12086429
alephbibnum - 000354929
lccn - sn 89049124
lcc - Newspaper
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Army troops advanced to llh ""
i frM i milfletions taken by Canadian ground dominating the ame hh By AUSTIN BEALMEAR "' -V n Le .' T. T a_
mAareh t eh Aied troop and qusipment r way southwest o4 Carsoll. The SUPREM1 H],D E I 1 U [4lIU -
Note enemy blee loue In 0sad. on Rome-Pescara highway was once QATLLI ED. 13 T InN -Wm an 'd l
knocked out by InvadingM Allies lon the 19- an 1 por;.t line of community. Uve ln Sig stripe now at thelr \ 8i
ithe Frnch Normandy coast. June 6. This 1i5 Can- tons for the German armies. h I a a .soil Alied a. at their .
__(AJY Wrept frm, t ignau cot Radiophoto). =::od hamFren eirm n l rImv SLPRMR ALLIED HEADQUARTERS, june 13 (AP)-The O.
u Go N Re alPrgTm a.-.Ulations tn and behind the Nor,- Les mans reported to be counter-attacking strongly today against Am.
o eal rOgO Of Tiber mad.v I nachhd eind uoe Nor-e -4 e r cmn-captured Montcbourg and Carentan With the front lines 1i
11F i l G o o r vof ur sdvancint lroundforces
l- G ov oro ROME, June 13 (Reuter)-The umping t eheir aviest loads on u e both sectors swaying to the impact of the little, but at the Allied
Allies have made no real p e enemyairfields'to pin down the SyPierre bridiehead In the ctre there wrre indicationsthat the Il pug-
ustet of the Tberin t i terbrdheadin the centre there were Indiations that the Nap-
I day or two. Went of the Tiber, the HdundIrhe ds of American Flying FSA m 4a Uf X tions had been thrust back deeply between St. LO and Caen.
enemy's resistance is toughest Fortrese5s and Ulbeiators dumpedanune ha lie '
W ~ D epe ItC S e nw^ ^ .^ ^^ rxl ^ was announced that Alled+- -- -- --
[round Lake Bolsnsn with e~cal tons on the airfields at Evrevux- Gra
fierce fighting near Bagporea. On Fauville, Dreux and lUiere. -" troops have advanced generally In ---u -
^ r ~f 1the colate too the Germasns are L'ETeQUe F LN Flrs onlo^nt, all sectors. The commnuiuncg said Paratrooper Dropped
still fighting back southeast of Or- United States bombers fromFle:-_-- n all sectors. The cornnunkue said Paratrooper Drop
Sd betelleand am ,correpondent v, ys Italian bases bombed thenMunich es the advances werP made nart!cu- On Cherbourg In Errorn
F n n that American troops had their area and split the Iftwaffe's be- a
work cut out to drive the ermansfuddled fighter force.DmorestdCers andTI-sur- SUPREME ALLIED A -
By NX Y ANDSTh1OM f 4e otcdDoX Semlles. QUARTERS, June 13 (UP).-
B USfE8LL rom the igh ground eTat of the fal' I t 4as to
u R 1 (AP).- rahal ovorov drove deeper Into tow n., stories, railway cars and oil facil s ....mashed n from Montebourg. cap- come out of the Normandy sec-
u 1 (A).-M hal ovoro drove deeper nto But over on the Adriatic front tie. Further gains for Allied armies tin Frane are reported. After turned after two davs of street tor Is that o First Leut Oee
O today capturing several additional enemy positions, the Allied advance up the coast Plying conditions over and be- taking Moutebourg, American forces have struck to within 11 miles htln.t to the outskirts of Brown, a law student before he
mmunlque announced. Earlier Moscow radio declared goes on unchecked. Troops five yong the battle area in France of Clorbur. Reports Indicate that another thrust ham reached Valogne, with only 10 to 12 more beamm' a paratrooper two ya
uimue Fnouncmi. Erier Miow raio cl les north of Pescara have got were good In the early hours of halfway across the venlnsrila. Patrols were also reported active miles of rising hiehiland between ago. He got back to the United
are retreating south of Apibly in the Karellan across the Salinl River at some daylight. but deteriorated as the rmoth and west f Carentan. ceptlred by the Allies en Monday. them and the nort of Cherbour. States lines after hikiulng all the
ay a Andnn towns and are leaving the country- Points. The country between Or. cav wore on. Total sorties for the Ass the Fourth spread out two way from the suburb of Cher-.
_____ ei we ebetello and the Salini River is day probably were fewer than yes- f .,,, e.-s-- --- __ ---- -- i t over Le Ham and rolled bout where he was dtopp "
!. ~~ws ovey Lre Hamdoand towslleddre leag wheroen h-e was,_dr,.....
_______________ good for defensive fighting but It terday when the Allies put up 7,000 h 0 U V Swedes A ree To Cut he last four mi ns to Valoanes. by mistake three ights befB.
the Red Army's ad. Js felt that the Germash won't be 'Planes In 65 tactical missions. the narall attack along the coast He landed with a friend right
with unnm, enemy Star Of Liberation on able to do more than delay the S.H.A..F. announced that the Supplies To Germany was anarently carried beyond next to German batttlon
and craps Alle Allies along this line. planes used fiv newlv constructed Qulneville, close to St. Vaast, al- command post and Spent two
S Allied actical Vehicles The most obvious defence line Is landing strips In Allied-held terrt- WASHINGTON, June 13 most due east of Cherbourg. days and nights in a ditchhid-
STransocean coa- LONDON, June 13 (Reuter) between Pi and Rnlnl but it tory last night when air borne (AP)-It was learned today The Germns reported Allied ng while Germans ran around
R tace on the In photographs of the Nor- ould not be adttt the Germans operations continued. D e G aul sts that Sweden h circles blasting away at every
is Slowly Stlffening, mandy battlefield there is one tryingtturn this into a de-tt d htdand sairbor e l asdigsdearsound. Hiclesnbthikeg rouaht
our alant Allies of particular interest a show- fenive position. FRANCE COVERED --.- make very substantial reduc- f, pvi was under heavy pundingi result when he wal ke d Into
hold the Mannerheim General liners o- .A.. bombers attacked ole LONDON, June 13 (AP).-Gen- tons In shipments to Oerr.,tny of the big guns of Allied warhsb sand and it Germane
soe sun en seal- fersgeEisenhower's poli- RA.ombes a ie r ybomberswrangedoohee gotheroAmericanoforcescunrdand to t
O Set t nkp eatin cy of integrating all the land fineris some 80 milesnorthwet uerloungingeabout.renrtotei
t penetration forces under his command. The of Budapest last night and left France and dropped bombs on -ra Charles de Oaule today won bear al to Nai md nsa ro at ote et with their hands in the ai .
the entire Russian signs a large five-pointed huge fires blazing, fields usually under escort of Mus- from Poland, Czecbos.ova;.-., Bel- war effort. L'Abre, while to the east the Brit- Leut. Brown and hisOrlend
o the erln m- white star which until recently tangs, Lightnings and Thunder- glum and Luxembourg recognition Agreement followed negotia-. lh stabbed a narrow salient nine t down a road un
f the Berlin ill bolts Which also flew offensive of his organisation as the "Provl- tlon by Stanton Griff, Amerl- miles across the Orne River, cap- walked the down a road until
.which depreciated was"." u e ^b the. Ameicnt patrols and. dive.bombed a num- sional Government of the French can representative on the turint Troarn and catchinte they reached the United t
Swera isa a mere Army only. Now it is painted ber of enemv ntalltions. Republic" in a campaign to ob- Foreign Economic. AdmlntrtM. Caen stronghold In a tightilng Infantry lines.
giask offitoslves else. on all Allied atcl vehicles^ C hine1seC Storml At least 18 of the Nazis' best air. tain general United Nations recog- tion directly with SKY ball'- nutcracker.-- nr n .. ,,,..a
y roused deep e- of whatever nationalities and se in northern France were nation of the group as th. sole bearing company. It was M V G errilla ana
t~ ti nns who Ns been named the Star ,of Smacked In the pat two days authority for the country during compromise between American, OGLArINa MOVB sU
thes aild were ULiberation.,, Key Pb ia n heavy bombers alone, the period of liberation. Brit andRdemands
naot Only Vilpud "7 t &I(Roterreprtsthatonth
St : .H.A.A.F. disclosed that this The letter of recognition w that Sweden el sate llAgism39 Swe France
by Stalin Calls of"1"" o & .,
thetToday's Southeast Axsa corn- as salmo showing more than NO M ub l-Henrj A f or eltbJ
Rusan drive which unique reports that innortharn slnlgleengtilned German fighters sta- kia, paul-Henr pk or Bel toekhlt Oovemment tt v to outflank and Frnch tlonal anlte r-
-r a ing Stormovik. T n Ln Ba wma, lee troops, under toned within range of the Nor- glumaW M. Joseph Bech fot could not make any reductions, pinch out the German strong- ported that gurrll waaS
osvnt ipedliments, Lonein S r of artilleryv and mortar fire, Andy battle area. Luxembourg. All three Govern- ..... .. hold of Caen defended by broke throughout France m a n a.
11d ral;lheKs. andt had stormed Japanese %trJng- It is known that the Germans ments previously had recoqitae three of Rommel's nanzer dtvi- tion-wide scale to coincide 1M
ShoPM%^r t .he A 0olnts In Myitkylns. have reinforced their ftihter force the French National coamittes slons. The outflanking move is AlUed landings. The rapot to
bom Ar tokhome c os Added by flame-throwers, other in France. It was disclosed that of Liberation. developing east of Caen. An based on underground repts
B? Stockholm des-A L UU Chinese troops have broken into they have 12 first class airfields In letters to the United Nations,all night barrage was the pre- from resistanc groups inI
Helsinki uthorea ites the enemy defence In the sotouthern within 100 miles of Caen and 10 or M, Maurice DJean, Mlstti hilude to the British attack halt Apn Vosgresia, J ou I ayrwt
tIhe Mannerhei MOSCOW; June 13 (AP).-In a section of the town. Eleven mle Plen potentary at French H AdStrat overran small vUlae halt an Brttacked Germanny, forest d o a
e Mannered statement answering a question to the northwest, American troops TPLEA&E TURN TO PAGE COL. 11 "quarters lanid the change in w y, mtroof o n
from a "Pravda" correspondent have inflicted heavy losses In two --"_ ---- 'did not in any way affect the der way. Troops of well-town sailed Nazi convoys. Smalg
AVOURB INNS how Marshal Joseph Stalin con- sections on strong Japanese i hower Pris e s texts relating )thee x British relents were thrown sons captured arms andmun
lds h arha Salnforces. valleyfFrwestso Frei ncy For N oranmattcke
quoted Helslni de- ad' the landing of the Allies in oe en ower r e ercis e of nch sovereignty dur- in at the chosen moment In depots, and attacked etral
F l oee t hat northern France, Marshal Stali n the Mogaung valley, west ing the liberation of French this fresh blow against the installations.
howeverv, thatnoten racM shltln of Myltkyinx, Chinese troops aretn ainF re Metropolitan territory.4 German ring round Caen and Derbn h t O
a t thetoday answered:itory." ALGIEIRS June s13 AP) -The a rin round Cae d Describing the attacks oa
favoring the On summarising the seven days attacking Kamsing, while other Neither BritW nor the United rench National Committee today correpondent says it seemed man communicationshatcording
favouring t Chinese tort the evndydfore av st h LONDON, June 13 (Reuter)- States have yet acknowledged the appo1i6nted a ivi n tay as If thew1hole Aie beach
tryin to stabilize of the battle for liberation by the appointed a Civil and MilItayhe whole leach pre-arranged plans, the Cam
Save teir cities All trool vadn northern ele round the town. Allied Expeditionary Porto sol-change of name. head A udey c
2 ctis Ae r inv n rt he On the Indo-Burmese border. diers. sailors and airmen were told ---- Administrator for the liberty ed of Allied cruly as wellr asn destroy- ee-said delays caused i ps
~of Allied cruisers shn1 destroy- moveme nts were "generally te
ftported also that rance, on can without hesitation Allied operations north of Kohima tonight by General enhower, regions of Normandy. The Com- era were supportig the attack.] nne" e rall i
..o .asay that he wide.cossingof, elAlledopeatonsnrtho f .,,. oh ,omamotonight bM reIn asony Gennoeratatlt. EinsdeaneAhriowerroser
spokesman told sa that the wide crossing of the continue successfully. Allied Supreme Commander: "Your ac- Tltte served notice that It expect Advanoe American patrols were thm planned." thus contributing
frtthe Allies and General Eisenhower reported as close as 10 miles to to the success of the first pholl
th RussIans Channel and the mass landing op- troopq have cleared another complishments in the first seven ; i ore UGQI f l 1 Gesea hor reported as close as 10 miles to to ths success of the first phaseS
S on June rations of the Allies In northern road block on the Kohlma roa. days have exceeded my brightest t to respect its authority within Cherbou a ldMa Rom of the landings. Enemy loes w
erman bulg south. France succeeded fully. The Japanese withdrawals round hopes. You are truly a great al- France b naming rancos Coulet mel's Infantry reeled back. greater than the French, accord.
but were re- "This is doubts a brilliant sue- Kohlmsa ends the two.-month lied team en. no matter how pro- so;lRepbgi onl Commissar of the Ing t6 the Committee's anno e
ld" corres- cess for our Allies. One cannot battle for dominating ridges, longed or bitter the struggle that r c i Rpbc or the region of Rouen" (PLAS TURN TO PAI CO. ___________
s polXkemn as recognise in the history of war any n a message from Southeast lies ahead, you will do your full r as Civil Administrator, Colonel -
te l whe- such undertaking so broad in its Asia Headquarters, John Nlxop, part towards the restoration of By HOWARD FLIGE i terre e Chevia, Commander of -
concma e tos enis nisBQrpresy hs vcoy twrsHWR LGR the Third Military Region (Nor-
ee made in concetlon, so grandiose In Its BBC reporter, say this victory France and the liberation of the WASHINGTON, June 13 (AP). mandy).
tahe Soviet drive scale and so masterly In Its execu- of the 14th Army is of vital Im- European nations under Axils dom- -General Dwight Eisenhower The appointments were made ANN^T
Isthmus." The tion. pontance to the whole eastern Ination. and the destruction of the evai souop e r The nppointmentc were madeo Mrh4 prv
d RussIan activity "As is known, the Invincible'war there. By throw the Nazi war machine." f the served notice on the Nals that under the terms of the Commlttee's 1
|stea up along the Napoleon In his time shamefully Japanese off the hills Allied General Elsenhower added this nsn r o IN G m Ordinance o M h14 proven L TD.
a o t h Petsamo failed in his plan to cross the troops have removed a threat to footnote: *"I truly congratulate youpreparation. general Eisenhower, for a Civil qnd Military Govern-
r. Channel and capture the British the Assam Valley, the supply upon the brilliantly successful be- reported to President Roosevelt ment for the liberated areas. These
,-f th"upl pothhbatioi scefu e attt tae8hp fop n rojetsheavie not yets.bThieme
do commentator de- Isles. Hitler, the hysteric, who for route to the Chinese and Ameri- ginning of this great undertaking th battles a re shaping up to p projects have not as yet obtained Tu P E I
SRusan break- two years braggd that he would can forces In northern Burma and Liberty-loving people every -'ere ik nt the Germans' "Pl Allied assent. Coulet. who is en- THE PREMIER GROCERS
RsMsian Isbe h carry out the crosring of La a link i their supply route to would today like to loin ein meter o their stronghold" on all dowed with the Oommltte's com-.
dsrbolt in the Manche did not even risk making China. saying 'I am proud pf you.'" fronts. plete powers, would organise the
over the Germans an attempt to carry out the threat. The General paid tribute to the Government and represent the cl-
hac. ranson Mps" succeeded honourayfgh 141 ting'P laws De ofuoyed ntri.ed, t p:p
.asen "Only the British and American arA Tafigtn rowtess of ntiedbatl villan poulatlon in dealings with
-u di toopfromthe American, rtihthe Allid armies. He was Secre-
I tedthat &a nth3 grand plan of crowingy Canadianifrc-es. He said: tary-General of Corsica at the time
crack ""en the the Chnnel and making a ma ttack 0uand S iu ni between air,theiand'slberation.6Afl
ao Gihtheh s Attack On Guam And Salo-pan eiled., i we th Ale
lfo m record this utas hievemen of "th ....... ^ wuu tU AIM
bknthe lfdfFin-thehiGghest order." General U isnhower reported armi and organised resistance
___hele'_0._ .that the crows-Channa operationsmpoups. He formerly was "tatimed R
Se m of movement PEARL HARBOVR, June 14 (Reuter).-A Pacific Fleet communique was fraught with hazards greater at Washington as Military Attache
bon the Nar Convent Fund Nearsa
J^ be^ Conpetlunser isue thi mornia sai the folo^n zormatlon wa, now available "tha hv evr eor fcd an and rersenedd Gfauflls a-r mies -^* ^
suppo audTsaa Invaar ngparmoy.a' pa- in theoccupation of Martinique R
h Sl p o n R concerning operations by Pac l lo FlWeet forces, gains. enemy Intal a- .He added that the operations ast summer s t r.
ILyT $50,0 0 und ne ared m 150,000 markay- b nrraer-bome Salrant on J unethforeflandrEul. ro--,1e byc the i ,t m ndoubtiy tU n, unadvo | | P IC| A L MI X A
whenion ooni^uonsww GratRusin rmesIrn the.- use?s apointents^ S I was makingV IA
totalleng -- -.11 .......s... nea F ing east -.. ." S f^ ? torday amore received. tFvor In fr an d ye / e
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5 I, IM-- aT' J= 1k 1944.-

'Ins' f Outlook Gloomy
Y As Russian Drive Develops
T' outlook Is gloomy for the bM. as
SMy battle with h 'law w ed Army
I fmAive in the Karelan Isthmus. For
threee y1ar, with GWrma aid, they have
:been able to strengthen considerably a
region which is naturally suited for offer-
big stubborn resistajce. With the first
Sldinglp on Europe and the threat of
Storms to come, the Germans are, how-
', unable to gi their Finnish allies
at a tance wi1= would ordinarily be
required to meet the potent Soviet
tumt. The Finns, It is true, have fought
Switch g at courage since 1941, but the
Hd Army was at first more concerned
: ith dtaVing off the Nazi menace, and
J aM*ry with driving the monster back to
Shis wlr.
24 their resistance to the Red Army
f: te PIns no doubt were emboldened by
t* tuir performance In the early stages of
tnr RnMo.-innish war, in which, how-
we,- they were eventually defeated des-
pite theO Soviet's lack of preparation. The
new Russian offensive, however, is war on
the mo awdem scale lausthed apparently in
pgat strength, and at a time when the
Mai onemy is preoccupied on a new
Sfrank. Our allies have made such an im-
peliv beginning that experts In Lon-
M haa peditdA that the Finn wllbe
*oeked out before the end of June. How-
w that may be, it seems reasonably
ertamh that Finland will regret Its rejec-
tiM of the terms offered when it sought
an artistic from the Russians some
M- ths ago.
Our Allies hav made good use of the
IVrp'Ns element in their drive on Fin-
I "d. Thie Germans expected them to
Utack In the South, but the suddenness
Md power of the blow have enabled the
Soviet forces to topple over and breach
the nemy's powerful defences on a wide
frot. The story of Finnish unprepared-
nW, of numerous surrenders, and of
masses of equipment left behind in hur-
ried flight, augurs ill for people who,
against their best Interests, continue to
fight Hitlers war.
If Finland can be quickly brought to
Sits knees the Red Army will be better able
tto carry out its massive operations else-
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that this summer will Motheeed
opamtioas yet undertaken on Gtem neri

New Itatin Government

Should Commad Supot
THI fall of XAM Wa adogio from the
Premlership of liberated Italy was not
unexpected, and was weomed In domo-
cratic countries which rmembered that
the veteran soldier's andI we e far from
clean. adogllo may have "repented" for
his misdeeds and endeanoured to eIngat-
ate himself with the United NatIonsatr
Mussolini's overthrow. But the suspicion
remained that it was only under dures
that he decided to break with Faesciam.
Democracy can find more suitable men
to uphold its standard, and the Italians
are to be applauded for their determina-
tion to be rid of anyone bearing the taint
o! the Duce's regime.
The new Premier, 8ignor iEvanoe o-
nomi, seems to be a popular choice, and
may be able to carry the Government and
the people with him. Already he has re-
crulted some of the best anti-Fascists to
help him in planning a new Italy on de-
mocratic lines. The free world would have
wished to hear more of such men as
Sforza, Croce, and Bonomi himself dur-
ing the 21 years of Italy's trivall under
Fascism, and there Is every reason why
the new Government should command
democratic sympathy and support.
The problem of France in the Imme-
diate post-liratlon period should In
some respects be easier. France has a tried
democrat ready, fitted, and willing to
assume provisional control as soon as the
Allied armie free the country. Though
the great powers "do not yet fully eog-
nle General Charles de Gaulle and. his
associates, we have no doubt that he Will
be asked at the appropriate time to form
a provisional Government to act until
elections can be held.

Bicycle Tube Racket?
A LETER published on this page yes-
terday drew attention to an alleged
black market In bicycle tubes, which
should be Investigated. This is not the
first complaint we have had, and it seems
clear that dishonest practices exist,
though their extent remains to be ascer-
In present conditions the bicycle is
a more important means of transport
than ever, as the Government has recog-
nised by special regulations controlling
tyres and tubes. Breaches of these regu-
lations should be taken seriously, and ef-
forts to bring offnders to justice should
be intensified.




, It is extremely difficult to get into peronl

touch with professional men; I now appel

to thoir generosty for this worthy cause.

I hope you will forgive this method of

approach, but my committee is anxios to

leave no source untappd.

Cheques will be gratefully accpt nd

mcknowledgod by

SiiE. R. BOON,

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Lse" t

rMesie of the ear w e dreip
qnw. h 0o9d bewe won h
tw paft w U0411 (- **Waow
wN4 tdjoy was Ubdue I
man thelr were dreaeied fft
hId to ee.
A woman with babe in arnm,
ib1111 uei A"e a 0s61141Wu~a

on ti h.e 'etor w0
wufM o to elt amd get e
thorouk wetang.
I wander If *ut cty Cou hoisn
ha eves Mid myh att"" to
tbMI thj an4d vrioul other In.
oiavealsae that our taxpaIyern
are madt o ber.
It n4t, 4f 1wat Use are thel
a" ow *Man different OBiAlt,
ter whao they appoint from
House Shortage Deplored
Time 3dtr. "qfuidM GuuMdiO"
I stood looking at the Convent
re fromi the Afremmb y Street
side tor what eemeId a long time
bIfore any water outld be got
from that end. When water Was
obtaId, the jet Mas so weak and
thin it could ecarol1y reach over
the fence to oet nlt the burning|
building. The bltuatfl Is b ad and
should be re nB _nidltoey.
The population If ti. Ity hau
increud by Over 50 per ant
M10 the houslne Si tiOn Ii
worse thn e water. Iftour peo-
plo should die Wcasme of Oe watel
shontae, 4400 mat de froiam over'
erewdig and It attendant dl-
seael. Our Ooveraumeit oh0 eis-
tant Morvant to build homes, and
we the taxpayers apetnd thou i
of dOlla* to fight fever ravagi at
Food For Stowaways
The Ulter. trin~dad Guardian."
On s rd| the report in a re-
cent Issue of the "Trhnidad
Guardian" on the Jamaican stow-
alwavs. who claimed that they
e hungry awn were given bread
many dy' old and auar which
had harboured Insect4 for a meal,
t thOut the proper authority
should make th report is pub-
Uihed a starting Point for an in-
veIUxatJo en the food served to
persons who are placed In the eWl.
I note that a statement was maOe
in the eame oluMn that u stow-.
awaye^ they should be t atisijod
Itt ay tim meted out to
oh wher6 food Is on-
eoaeemed. But this would not ap-
oear to be the proper view to
San ?ernando.
More Feeder 'Buses Wonted
The Iditor, Tlnld lGuardlan."
I am Mtonlshed to note that a
peat number of t t
O~dr* a~i an Varnuado livins
in ot-0 -ktat amd elsewhere
wait in vain for conveyance to Ban
FerPnando. They have to oatchl the
first train or they do not o home
at all and Incur Ireat, Inconvoulenience
to themsevst and their families
because on some morning, only one
'bus is supplied
In my opinion the 'bus service
can now boast of a workable ftuoi-
be of 'bam which h0ul allow
for at lIeast four or five for the
train Passengers.
Rationing Hrdship?
T-e 'dtr Tstnladl Guardlaa."
I would like to asik the rationing
Authoritles what will happen to
smw who 11 i none village ppid
work In another far away fro
._Whe we leave for work on
Monday momln aod return on
tardlay afternoon, we usually
and *he ihops closed. Must we loe
a dayt In order to purchase our
quotas: or must we leave our Jobs
work iw n tIL vItllage where W
are ratolnedt Then there will be
o1p0a0 e for crime, We would 06
lad to be infor. d, how to defend
ourselves fro, starving. We ar
tfeart that ur ration booft wll e
9 go UWe to workers like my-If.
Oouva. -
FacUlties On 'Buses
U dPatr. ". italG Quardian."
it seof to me that 4n their ef-
forts to Improve the service and
eattsfy the wie* of the travelling
UlSTh T..R. have overlooked
Lae ver1 Important factor, a1
." U, to provide suiltablea
,, 'bus for the a =oom=
a?0of parls ed suitstcases whloh
*ar eeb of p 5grs g herr
'lii. Inqotivenlsnee euffereU by
naee nger who. on oneslone liter-
aEhvets elhmaboyer aloona 113

of iasda~w aulzagc.
: mt* ike. tho draw

Sse In aS thorit

I i hi' 3. wl ae IMIss
A datt Avrted
1'be Mes, Trtesad Geeudia."

day. I oftn woweBde r iwUier
theywarsbroken at nights or In
thea day timewham oars. DbUs and
truc* ofttrin peand auepe be
Twee ens i the fortusoaf ones
we i^.afw we ajti
lii tns t
I the^js

wuwe~ ~th us ~a4 was

Iri= s 'a. raiil-

fmea U Mt

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uN 4hI2.5 W .w

Akbar's Life And Reign

Outlined In Broadcast
sir a LUke, =.0 .D.the Xi tSbh his;
'Al tt.he rpu the ad bel isbt
ritish Council In the Wet lueea Y ai t atM d U oMa
lvc a broadcUt ipewih rently of t I d por.
outlining ths history of the ealt trait .ofUal a--I It wih s
Indian emperor Akbar. spee tha ffl
waetaconecIon with the int Loudoa. Thtoprris lo-~
ehibluon now taking*ee at t*I on the outer cover of the catoA
India Club, Queen's WPark est. f eirttlasa, whiob I avWl3*~ih
ftlowineo are excef frott U from a w for thon vhouit
arry Luke' speh the xhibeItMi. but you will dS
The ehibitm Is reonced r to atudy in an
the life and achievement of You= beable to Stray In a
mighty Indian Akbar. Wo Ia ySWO'k SrthGini
fived ofrof a154 to 1le of e the vrk of a nan who wa
thus almost an exact ontemparyone of the gr".tet rulrs i
ofthe^ -^t 1beh flusn setow ofthe wcKg great'
of 24bthl *5fl In OWbthehsoy of the Worl~d.,

SThe exhibition Its beiag htld
i the India Club, I Queen's mark
West, through the courtesy of the
CInb's Committee, and admission
Is free, It Is hoped to opel It at
Ban Fernando on June 34. 1 will
now tell you soMnehtUng about Its
= .'e and of how it eane into
S On November 3, 14,
there was uslebrated in London
Sthe 400th annIversary of the birth
of Akbar, the greatest of all the
Mon"ill rulers of India and the
first thiperOar of India in any real
*lse. of the word since Alqka,
nearly two thousand yean before
This celebration took the form
of an exhibition of contemporMry
works of art Illustrating Akbar's
life and reign, and the exhiblMmtion
was organized by the British Oouan-
British Culture
I will quote rrom what the Oha-.
m. an of the British Oeunil, sir
SMalcolm toeo., said at te
nlf l futiont! "The =01h
I tc n xia primarily to Intrpre
ritish culturls-or what Z I"0t( to
Oall tIl ima way aB 5if to
ber countriles. You my ask
SUtherefore what the Bfritish Counll
has to do with the intlrpretatIn of
Indian history and culture ea-
emplfled in the career of the (leat
emperor Akbar. The answer is that
while our primary bunr tis con.
1ed with the outward trak
from this country, a one-way trat-
flc is not enough.
"We therefore make bold to a.
terprt our mission of Interpreta-
Stion a authority at lest for Ue
Snommersnent and encourage-
ment In a practical form-of the
return trafc, in the belief that It
is only through a reelproal win.
mere of Idfas that we can build
up that mutual pirit of under-
standing and tolerance among the
nations Which is the only Mt
foundation of real peace.
"In the furtherance of this Ideal
It Is particularly appropriate that
what is In fact the council', Ant
offical essay In cultural ellange
with India should be devoted to o
afotnimemoation of Akbar the Great.
"The root of what Akbar stands
for Is that he symbolises from a
former ae the unity of India which
all her friends would wish to ms
eemplifed in our own tlms, and
that he nils a unique position as
the bridge between two great $I-
tes of religou, and community
Vast Real= Created
Thus far from the chairman of
the British Council, whose words
explain how the ritsOh vbbicil
was concerned With the exhibition
in London In I4. I am now happy
to say that the Council has ade
It possible for the same exhtU
that were shown In London In No-
vember 1342 to be shown a myear
and a half lter hire ain Trinidad,
where the subject of Aklbar, and
what he stood for, is likely to have
a special Interett.
Akbar had tuis much in mmo
with other empire-builders, namely,
that he created a vast realm: but
In oth reopect. he wa the oM -
veses of the til despot. Orietal
Ior otherwise. Although by birth .,
Turkish rate and the head of an
invadIn. dynasty, Akbar looked
upo hm lf an Indi and
Identified himself with the India
he had conuiered.
A MoslM by upbringng he
married a Ralput proper was & a
sympathetic student of Clwittenlty
end aimed at synthesi or fui ofaI
all that he rewarded as beat in every
rson with which e Msu in
Thkrdly, he wee no mere catortar
of taxes buts a peat adior steai
1who bit hnet for Gos Wk
for the future,.Rws m eLse eubh
did11 this INproved bythRUMtlhI
^the pUU ,cf ninm saumSi

o wo a t 1W
bgg.iw at weaM-
lean of a"Ja3tt OWWO1011nmem Is
Lastly, he was a aever mad patrN
of art In an tn form. ana, aSve
a ll a1 human. peron .
bition, wui sant 11W rto 701111811
a hundred2MT ftfaa.B A ji
some In so" 11111

Great City
Am ng the phitqogra YIN Vil
ee building of (

i abandsmed
You wnill so W ilP i

Partillar Appeal I
The exlibition will naturally have
a partlular appeal to Indians. but
It should ~ntert not only Inlani
but evey 'emomunity In this colony.
F*Or Akbar wW no mere narrow
nationalist; he wAeS ilonately In-
aereated In the highest thought of
all mankind.
As I hav laid in a short article
On hma whIch ferno the Introduc-
tion to the atalgue of the eii-
bition, "it tA Int hi dlfferlnce fom
the oonventioal warrIor-monarch
of his period that the oriinallty
ad the eAinence of Akbar etand
ot. No man in a pottlOn of liCi
authority ha ever been o lar I
advance= ho time."
In I hope that all who oan, will
profit by tils opportunity to see
something of the works of or#)ntal
art of a very ilntereting period,
created or evoked by one of the
C lnteUn characterls In all
"b"i 6 nh aslantea d an
at~ Sdayi Jame I and will


In Jamaica

Seen As Model
Trhtaw"O Guaudan C8-eApde-.
"A"GRI G3ANDZ June 6I-
Jaaita's advance t social we:-
tax w*rk 7, in a large measure
duo to Initiativse, arey and
itoanoe at J=61" Wel Ltd..
a no.-wot lted liability coa-
Doily 11cRIIOBniha dW~ ouda
aO a dabar orga ata-
t.,Tiar ocal WOlfar
er. A ld anaseembly In the
Trai Ut Hall, here last rida
nl at a hmerti iponsored
b the ater Literary ana rC.
Tie was MUl Ibbereon's first
Dibie appearance io these pert.
and she To accocrde a warm wel
Mae # oth Mr a tnk 1r.lr-
9 Ward, who pressed d
hr. lao,. 3. asianta, president
NIo sbb r on la nBart that
Wolaq whichqpayed such asI
1114r r tou t e In teacbins am
other prfeeloe would b o
Ia a goater decree It lwork
but a table factor s oisordined
voluntary effort, and = 2ty,
mh felt, wold also lay very Sm-
= i= mn delsored the leck
of trained uezvonel for social w
vil In the lony, but promied
to reads tf.-e early as pos-

Jive Band Concert
For Soldier Week,
oI Uo of bind eConcert by
*MAs cetlo a nd"ahis Jive Roost-
01e8ee thes Mondayight and a
d sa e Othe el al
Wbs'wa da9"4=
I UND "irahtM 1Wr *an I""=&%d
C& dtoWeek* 14 atd 0 ofSotf
Caribbean frt Weftare tFd.
a-lsttf ~tthe UfttnA*Uo
wItf te ce lo tuwis walfh ope
;*t" aersbpara~e 6ta8ttauat
30 &in i"RieJ "

ricket ar* toe
has beento.

mesa showr for school

Omlaf y p Uagl u and
^Mafr troBrinpr.S

aemin to ...
1 1M r J W g1 d te n
121 ft lamba uM

LU. A. Gom .
sgutut4 for AdZISIfti MiaMI
TrtnM" U4 TAW^

Agricultural Hand Tools

It is hereby Dotli d t 110t.2
for the importaUion INN th m l
Kingdom of limited quamitie of
AgrVculturl H Rm Tools hibch ma
unobtainable fra the nitS tas
of Americ will now be liaMd to
Importenrs to whom quotis he
been alotted.
aeretary, Oetra Skar4.
Old Post Met wIulnl,
7 at. vineeMt flfS%
Port-ofha, In,
10th June, 194.

Se I.K

-.-.--~.-~ 2

Secretary, -,

.list MaO.- ad. I .
- 0mmWb-





To be held at


9, Qu-n'a Park West
Wat. 10th June $ P.m. to p.m.
S -11th A am. Itol .*m. a p,1
Mon. -1 2th S p.m. to a p.m.
"ie. i: s p.m. to p.m.
W i..I4th S pm, to p. m .
'rum-ilta t.B, to 5pm.
P1r1. -1th I*5 .. tO 5p.,.
Set. l7th s p.r, to a 0 .
sun, isUt af toa.m a. nIt..w

ow i oonlal eerntuti
at. Vincent.1 t**

S Post of
Foreman Mchanic,
St. Vineit.

Applications aure Invited fo the
vMcant u of Pi Meehonl
at ths P Iowe e t. Vtemt.
A Cold toreo Eeaatrmooersata
an jAtmdct, ulamnl aN Stie
daut is In chaigs NMIum,
Iremna~ Meehiu wMf 10 "Me"
to exerei" wem mMas amt
BMnteMaf of It. matn;ty saw
The post lI nom.penimoalewth
aselary the rate of i rl*0
by annMl ntarIaMeted uf U'tor
per nnum. ftn addition war bl
b~n .ao 81. ie, the sia 1079to
ttM tueeM~ul aploaMat.

candldatta aping for the poet
should pMe~seou erw saps-y*
rtnan th ot atnob, eiPote

taoteu cwntowea, tale
uduof a "MiU wwLs
to 9n fuptotld(Dt.iaButrt
a Telep one DMpimtut, M. vtn-
cent, sid Mnut be et wd not later
than ath June. 144.
S(d4.) Y. P. 2. COrroaM
BuWpntentiint Mtoedeftti
and Telephone Deprtunt.

Wanted To Purchase
One feven-'Wter at or mall
bMu In good WMesa ~al order
SO Abworombyir It,

pos. of at

of9 Per Sanli
to a eandidato
qualIfication or
ualaefd. ^
Op *Uon tee Sds
ftree qartsrs are

fa the ",it"ow o*at,,
Trinidad, and 55
tdat wll bMeb
duty fma
psa-Oble aftereee


Importers are
that as ailosatio
year have be.
gntg of llo"I
tatOR of BSaOB
the Argentine di
Boided untn the
oommeneing lt

Old I
1 .


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d~tine. Costin s *__-u - -- - --
nims Comter.Attack W 'A' Belt Ventures
tcobaium N t "nd i s Ao"th esm L
ft sbayssrmeCWn J 'A'241AndKeepChampionship
1^ heam11= Ge""1191111!W" t.hMir
so" a! "--"W i
the- y tesitII -anj.o ri 1"U vSSn b O a -mle Ise t he24 f00"uk
0* s'--" l With vpa theMpp
*K'-ri wr OB, .Atartrtt taetw.thel&S~f~fi ^ Ldt I 'Wn LMM bsNtiu wftM Ia a raro..drancbed fneN. i
=^K wt Out. 111 00100111. ofGt i 0"1 be i" a da,0 .4 1*6%" Tens "A" in teAflatun* |
It Sldam aft eiratoost1 a S tohey f S. wtO m h tW JSL m mt a ItWA r ooelfty
3gI j -ttot tet SA*smi In* a sit nwsae *'S IT <5 H.m **-- -e -e -a a-.
mBmkn~l^w SSy^KS~ tt ^ 1^* WC8 aMa-ktt VM u t---------
Meth fu0ththe befllth b f, 11114 D st

reoe U e thei' chancMIES dtoStt n baw Ut* airly quiet ". the
w the in. They leatthe ai atitde Pt ngI ppm es
Sthe to tmao threeea d A eic he
_. 2"t-ow bhmetint S Daumdevo tofta"oeat-
OtowtAWN n rgbig Up _, ~a p G~
b p -u thmnt e rn = MAs theh mjMM.

Sapacrenty referred t th wds the United Stat and the A t *64A 01 1 WatInIg w rket d Sfalt urda
no iretweaaw, GoodINehbour po- h n daoatt, next. r, wsd ud t Uttnlg Mdsr a-

tB S ] t to e re a re old ing t he B riU a n1 l h eavy H e eC W USr~l d t a t"o di tlo et "" < br"lU *t Id< 'tted tto n by Ihootltn, Ii oem r arn 'iphill
Their gan fghtig ever *a th ortalmtston with Spaininb I Sn pa b hlla*', h "At atrly qet e ther ltoe ,t
1 t O U the IdtiN week )i, dlwodrad the udergrou res- A Otarti S helpe at d h t)hn ea noft pin

5 tne whole In this regioB, Jurt under 100 dents in oc fuped Europe who be- nt ^ ty. 1 After runnlni the three partt
hnalse, tlAk AIa* beheved to htave been s aive in demo ntra i despOt their centr.halt Ir iDt. ou "thehr hore was gienfcw *
b,~hevwy ment were uP .America,.He.idghatPo 1iMstgab oe-ul t lnmViO h Oft he oSyar LIA. Se eslA. War

|O0VY aonT e arrivngn damaged, althoutl iom, o( these olfer\ation o( what they regard ms PKGril wh plaS?0 1 a tl' l^B t te, edl UD ov eeywpotbly th recovebte. wmpteoag the dtstance ln 57 eae.
aheirut of ud Morn thew st.a0 prisoneer wr thron and hvtprts. a i start fpla.r Ida0 ,ardandoeent t a wtith Ul-
thei e an tshites sector. front .heIng u t h e ee th r ceving from a mks-bit by VIt. W nod. wad nothing extregrdincsme

al tody.otneW Gr n is a eoue.]tet rpuisoorting th e p v1o- Uritehd Sttes and Brtih poly light gtoe rb h
St. Los elb rept. led to bke bringing up reli ator-South deig ote the t e remainder of ply wo m theboll. an v la h, bot h
Iw Ia n Estate.mh Includinlgttanks, to this a attitudes of those homeoMebalytn lyt

S al thoug3h tnobCam destwd.me e manuitsa Ood nmtouSpoli nd awSKar. Wnderexs"A" hrvlns hu worke plitd htl oginr-trelner
t ee re-bo holding the apretyBritish weeIn ~~l~yoheav Hwo sred thtGoord iplomatic bilanl ad etdVf in b ba" i v s nlharp-

t g fi e bcttheo are lir rtation t wth her decoinS toideal inth tbud abWmile simdollare the mewroh.
ee e the landig a week a.d Atthe start Ventre s"A" oAt oftSunday morning.

a the whole In this region, urt under 100 dents in occupied d a and Wp he w O b e eti WOe bplaY,. MA f A r fot running the tree parts

6 B W soe inclination '"I" 1 ^uB ree French.tot 'M .u ordc n w eot,
Sto bleve thatnks ar believed to have been alieven interview Mrac ffdespite o TheiI dominated thiss ere-M. of the joMr. ti Ctn btl haed his etrins
ito ae arriving damaged although so of these oai cent eletron o iasMon maknock-dby ti. out d n over the inl frlongr x-
to ImpedsUs t4t o s By Dr recoverable. two-ru n Mdrtin u Preldeant o IL T wo tY a raensl etmpleting the disaeIn secs.
AI Oeudo Ru=ntt THE NORMANDY B wCiHEAD" .tretio and a Bis rs- Dm. Tr-PetPil, t. de bikellit,; B. T
Mom1 7 A Other m captured in this sector. Hard-hitreneh he said. he i oric and souns IbOsVentures'69sa i WAewS nothing extraordInAry

uter repos it isbyaustes in

El hIlt tw<-r nonumel's In their fln~t major counter~aUtack iy friendly nation. P ry, J. Humphrey. F. KelkhlIaU By midday t,'aln on 8aaurdaT.
Sup or eitrat r It wlst belack.tofe Chernbour ictor today de Salildthe tlehndtt that hleted H i Blerpley. I. Hael-Smlth, Mr. 8isve Bennett Thm. nor
At hourly aied a d nly tssok ear manunitsarF Oranu orG "unsymetpawtheUcf to ther WANDE drERs "A"i-K. Skngr: w ork pleased his owner-traoneI
battles ale far baodly depleted, on the other declining to deal the better chances to improve the' irnijy

Sdt been expected n Ge rmansfi T st General StCharles dd oGaulleand the leadM although Venture; "A" foht the paddock rning.in h eadquarters.
some.einricylinaretio n a rree rFrench. 0o the final blast.- suitable fotr ducks and waterfowla,

B''" to b t oi hm butthe enemyrwag unableTtoematch "backward reep" for the (ood MClean, Ida D nut, A. SPenre, filly bg got Peaton o.. of Mead.
tobeivethtMajor Coutrbo In an Interview W.. ofeealsoTeu~~. wr-r tgt Mr. Dimald Camnpbell had his string (

1 1sd bride SL th strea ofid the recent elect uon of Ramon and Mr Lsated. out doing preliminaries for ex-
ItLa ho i an dmedi'eteea;tof yDo iw e Grau San Mat, rtin as Preidnt The teams were-atendedw--ork this morning
is being restrained by WITH THE AMERICANS ON Cuba was manifestation of the VENTURES 'A"--M. 8de Verteuil;

STHE NORMANDY EACHHAD. strength of Latin Americanes D cTretril. 0. ell U.SOUTERNs MOVED TN
whatever Rouel, In their first major counter-attack y friendly nation. Par, 3. Humphrey, F. Celihallh By midday train on Salurda,.
or rq~tralnt. It was below the Cherbourg sector today. ~st ti -eet hte~~ l~ke.IHie-mt. M.5*eBnetaTnFoe

oblY and daily the striking toward Crentan in a bolde element t I m LStS ,
ral conthrust aimed at slicing the beach Ora wrre unympathetc to the WANDRoS "A-Kns. erSkinner: Girl and CES terWN. Juovmoved Int-Fol
f aerial d iiit n t wihe nrmiciputed by the omman- and ambride. E. Schuler; ane wtbe eos- the t Inspector Crtke CUP

tiSns head to two. T. tes" On'M c thes honou M In theNorthern Or.cket R .snperJ iaon nong terch-
of his heavy artillBV- n ery fire to no aret an election of the Cuban profe s a action of the Island champ- re will be l n Toa o on

dd .T he ah" force c>uter-attack. but It did not 3 S others c],xaed as seed within onhpsei es^ getudn tterwayat Saturday. J""e 1- Tvhen Princes ;
a h oto h^ *^ ? ? develp bec a tltu e e' n e mly w as 150 ro ( OI th at ara atle*1" c itY t he R .VI at 8 o'clo ck to n~ig t T o w n" D listr ict T each ers ili! m eet .
sbut the enemy was unable to ma These onn a potential b.backward p" for the o McClean Ida Danut, A. Spencted filly by Teme teacrson out of MAds.

Unable t repair^ nd area fas't enough. However, there to the ground lor a much stronter tonight and othe tars battling t(e Islatnd Walrd.
kbe^tIt .^single bridg ove W lody figtin ahead. During alr force titan the Germans ar o ti^e title wi bej J Oushle, The Princes Town T~ach~rs' team i
od and bridge tras- the strength of y the American gung- to move r their hAme- pHart T. Ironid.e. O bham D i W W Greave Captn
of oble eene hi atackwillbeeatncbtatrcks. Teachers' Cricket

tatkin Oftt- Army we aberm toan build up of countered nd to te wean front to abell Wll B J Bede Jo Hd Ebrt Art.
i eto have n"n lael of menemy put n the counter Alli dM. d Thomas. Thompon, A. Dar dayK M D

Sftreser s. o beginn A,All roidet-caiing gh's C saml,
uhsueron mde toward Carentan with elements attacked E-boats off PTS C- Bapit CyrFl loe t nd J
driving toward the Vire River. This Id ed i Trinidad Guardian Corrspndlent

a whIh A o Church AS Observation Post Cala and Le oquet. destroy- V champions, George tanford PRIES TOWN. J, ,sl
It afrst w blk o it was anticipated by the coImn- three and Dr A0.Fraohttinw lnotheri The Insem l. tor Clarke Cupf
bomb Bama Gerisiesbl-ity en-

I. the Wd eier wront, eta tmet a (CONTINUEDeO & without loss ting hours, n the North nket. it CPril amo Stnganio

Plamens believe tom N eet ah eany del wil6 e paed i rnT t. n--
ar forces Id 15 others clissed as good h section of the Island ChoChamp-ein ao on

iu mUCh weaker iR ac bu tN ddnANCE unes e etghter-boiuberd renrad overtPrSncaturday. June17, when Pr. --
tht hto to etoail- develop because Wei.enemy was M50miles of that embattled city, the RX..Vat eroeslgettoinghunderwayDastricturda. Ju er1 s w'nPi mee

S sthow rt that the Get. unableTh to move his troops into thoe These form potential branch M at o neln o in Teru l Ornt
n ave rough a Dy~a lai fast enough. However Nthered No the g round for a much strong tonight and oth playerstars bto i the Island Ward .
either availablridge troop vern bloody. took the old world city of. thDuring air from rce arfeld than the Germans d foreated title will be neuen CS.Quashllege Th Princes Town Techrs'
t ?pe to try to halt these Mntebor late yesterday -fternhn Ini l oneaged In noxhoe th on ida. a- e ecd la .e a i
1ntheatd forF and then arter tht alffest flgdhta u they have HEAVd NAZI lOSe of r fhve-ame serte l, r the Copb will bu rie Aaptin,

UMI completely. As yet. yet encountered. One Thunderbolt group We-pt a Bolivar," , cup offered by Mr. , Ecata
-nndepi haver not been After amuahlno German t obu rmd l 5nee setor to ern front to Campbelfredo Pr, Cll, thB. Vene- T L e a HindsiEe irt 'Arth
Artee e ninglaer geyy.e, us rou plies. date. Pd T4 aw TomponA. Darbasit, NMc Dwas

S atlo one r Ite old- Rattlios which werbroght over hours, d royt 410 truc, eCgh, C. arulan vce-lt.ul. J Sauel.
fighting rmacht counter- from Ceo di lemt tff cara seven oo ves and rental had revouly won Ihe Baptiste Cyril Fore and
whiattach have been on of tFChurch ASObsetion P do fCalais arryind LaeT ouret, destr- opener played at the Queered Park TrllM in iod -.
1le. finrst w ten nd P oushle e bmardedr ting three and hitting another. aThe vanoah oo ThuracPy. CorpClyue terme,, ex S, I.'tiv or
I st wee of- B y wTA haRY tler 5 an ttek y a were made withoutst. lo-s.s Sewieid
wwyS m c tone tbel WITH THE AMERICA poons. Jesus J. mioal o was on the cnl eate ,or a Spt.- rM9
yat.are much weaker FORc IN FRANCEJune3her-bber ranged overPrancerecenta n

fit thought. AP).-Thoe troops of the Fourth from therican chhead to as far oriental, a team of venetuelan George l. n the e-fnal at Orange
haVe roughly a Dyce lsig n with which I entered NO south As Tu erman stplanein at every-ed The third bll b players domiciled h a i de- Grove by 43 runs.
theiravailable troops in nandy. took the old world city of thing fromN airfieldstoground fated the Venemuen Collegene

totry mto halt these Monteborg late yesterday afterknoc noon gunners formaonces, but hardly anyo team on. Sunday. 6- in tharbr secondon da
erld forecsandceth mase af out ofe the st fighting ower they have them was willing to fight. of a five-game series for Cpa aue aurice Am
U~~iPlet~ely. As Yet, yet encountered. One Thunderbolt group swept a Bolivar," a cup offered by Mr.,ENOUN

the la t weeks of th ter smashing Germ without oin un American strm 175-maleSector for two and a half Alredo Per Castillo the Vene- l i D
.I611eloti one sinle oldattalions which were brought over hours, destroying 410 trucks, eight zuelan vice-Consul. ToaearSitie

e .rmlene, Oer-an r dilet ortlerr fr. The Get-atttked twice beta.e noon. The np t Alhode M de piryn- r
b I" reendfe u rex fountmerbourleading elementsadly farst tme thed trc at te o eSS a ne den S ire
l attacks have been on of th a Fomall number of take helnd IS flat cars carrying armourdede- opener played at the Queer 's Park r HN r MAD i en
,eusine m n ,dupoutsith..tr'twoh.ides n.taos. ho t U eoe Hnostel nd wierpteybobTrrNrh. J u.2
Pt Lfr ua the aerial Mon t ebbour o mr art nft unhl u t ar- aana o r C relarud-Treasuricer. ce-Mr GS HA..
7b Leius wv has of- town heavily with artilley n man bivouac area and three guns Chiristi. 15-4,mnwl ea h oor.-1",i,
se l lenge eto the e on the Davy to troythepositions. Jesus tFrancotwas on the manwl- lea Ath Scortiry'--Mit
chlege'w'thu. hchteGrmn mrican fighter Pilots saw mound in both gar-ee for Oriental' fire XT this season Avoub Hs,.stiatt-p

to Allied officers isto wn'sc. cuchwhchdthe Grneaand EsP all wl Achoni.l be vice-captainM Clau
wa*a wusanaos post, enetrated deeper into enemy ttered The third game Will be played At their annual general meeting.
,oadely o LdOfoit was only after knocking the Ge tt formations, but hardly any Of o Sunlnd ha y.ntly aen H na Selecon omA
reconn'is"ance. manson otoh er ltetld at sline over dutes of Warden In h eld at ro deCarib Street, Uon Fricday.
aerial o-the towr thatewethemdwahwillingto fight

nthe lst weeks of the could advance we Hvo without n A i bedad od Inter- the West Indian War Workcr' c d .
WOP rtMoen, 0 Mder- direct artillery fir. The OuGr-tu -ked twice before noon. The 4 Cr CwB-
te i opand Of with a small number of tanks and bridges a thmoured concentrations area. frm London dscled lt n V iC'preSIent a _ecretar. oRe e
O r e as ou NDON J ounle (y-uter ae First reports of the days losses Recent WeM Indian visitors t MrH'McDald Mr. M RCit.
folugt H stbMaborty the andp- were two Maraudertions. Just before the B.BC.os the broadcast added tourn ad Mr. C. Boe H-n.
asferouAs the Cerisyal Montebourg all last niger fhtun ers withmany on flghter-pUot included twoTrndadlns now atrs. Clyde oeph ad

Crte rmn th w mope soldier who known to be safe. The on'ov report I.ndon. They were Mr. ran M, J narcs A',A. c unrll
AtOpernine.m at the expense o his own. The Wulf bagged over the Chanlines and Ellis 'Puss'o Mr. Achog. weHamilton, Ctln yCalyeon .. S ctal-. a
loain. oldie whot beyond to th penetrated deeper into enemy ter- bb ing of Magistrater and footMrs. Hamilerton, Murice: Vie-aptAI:--MrA
lcksio 1 conditions ritortn the Ordmsy would go on despite the now In ngland Private Doreen Mrtanoe LAN TO T
tbe b n nn weapons alon Normandy battle, but Gen erdi duteofW Dr, 0 R. MetHano Lanae will hold a ecl general CM
aUnited men atnd up ith men of platoon. ud- Elsenhower ha rt call on hevy City M. deCares, Mr. MauriceM r.
W had notim fashor es denly, one of t grenades cauht bombercalso both British and nAmer- ----the West Indian War workct'' MDavid the forthcomg ___
SIn contracts moving vehi a and sup- Hostel at Liverpool, a bdcasmn. anagemen t t om rritte -,
l In Arl and lope ply dumps in the itl areaefro m ,London disclosed lat night. . Ment and Secretr.. on dy ether.
uy lt few m be- He realed that he could First reports of hbombedays losses Recent West Indian visitors with Mr. H.'M Da id, Mr. -
throw it awajesty so the Kingrolled vere two Marauders and the ral cenes broadcast added. o request d to atend. o
PuCerisnny proved the awgrade. f th e George fighters, withArra, rl included two Trinidadins now in Audtors-Mr.Clyde
.w made fast klCrow to led L ondon soldier who known to be safe. The on le treoprt don. They were Mr. F rankMr Garcia .A..A. Council
een hedgegrown many of his comrades' although to Lan enemy kill as of a Focke Hamilton, a medical student and Reentati-Mr. 0. ana
IC deplte N t the expense of his own-- The Wuf bogged overn the Channel. so o of Mr. A. J Hamilton, Cty
E t lnd Or be soldier wi belonged tthe Nineteen Sm- .H.A. e rman fighters were Allies, Bayeux, ad Mrs. Hbelirunlton
S A Triar erset Lir Infantrywasin the Oriiny would go on despite t he and Privaternment of IMaran TowANES TO MET
k.t soapld ponetrougl Commander Killed blong Norm andy battle, but General dagh ter of Dr. 0. R. Marcano, Lanes will hold a speciAlgenett C
teeae. mtel fro LODO June 13 (Reuten. -ToE enhowell as first call on rance. Bomb-vy Cityvil Administrat. 0. metin for the purpose of aking

nite wat es hiina d wihGerman Hihs Oomandoom- r Command also sent a strong major of the Britis Arry, told an
had no time for de. deny, one of Its grenades caught bombers, both British and Amen- -e--nro ptr" arrNgement for the forthcoming

In contrast wit the fire. Other soldiers stood onmCan. soccer Sammn Enriahet there clubroomd
dlrSeAfrica and slope right above and below himL the night At elsenklr turned over to the Haleal n d
ft few mines be- He reled that he could not R.A. heavy bomrIn eT who had helped the oerun Thcili

KUWR^^a^J9Laaeiaters dropped 1,400 ton of arrte five ben and broSht For |(Ufrqlcr fro Weak-
hithrowsgh eav aned thearaic c treo ohr J aitvl feb es
i 'adwr stll wrlgyie Thei were aeverAl tremendourerf The Town OouncNl o(e Aue- ted ta.8 t1ck o t

d despite N guons onv and td n tmohe nihm glrs b to give 40o the b eypte .i;l Byw A -
t Amercan hreat do wn a g evcral of Bayeux to help Get ofe towson
N"D J 13 (eute.-T mll a s attacksin Fr and c rom Cti vlt ad ain.. ,i u tth ta tli, ahardj-n
t was a hidingplace8'a German High O manot-er on cologne and more of-heBriis A, a n
u auo. ra at- uurortheai, thefRoeon alest rsm th e American rd repoter iW are
and te Amricntopsfotline fwa scle h hreravy Atbi ofa~ Glerman wa keingabsltlyaa Mp~flo r poli-T* *t .
duin "^ ^ ^Bthe night.* AW *t Gelsenk-tundoe to the" i~apl poiie edi~~i, 36n~ Q

biestoa s ynbteticph nt B.Gn For Invasion the p-., Bod..
The rem weretsvern rmnou uies TheTon oucio ..l-...... ... ..k _f m g_

ATLIND VIZADQUR72M> rit "" Gulana demaoA for In- Iftl M the 0 1 m o- Prs
*U ROCKERS yasi-on n.ews .wasnchie. repon-
NAKA, June 13 (?).--trotlg sible for the blieatio of t h body ad qUikymy
RtOCK RS forces escofed United MstAes Moday is9e "s week a the 42=
bom~bers today bomabedtargts 9 Dinjly A acey'aoordlsa to a MAP bOm hEalh ad W"~@
We CHAIRS th Munlch areao for the second z .py'broadt. U w. the firs t Hs"
,A tme In W le the aWekDpitt in54ythan we. D tm n M year tt the Argo"l
intene flak and large number a publuhed on a Monday.
FAMU~f E~mifir ^UAIBC * CANVAS FOLDING CHAIRSofb arm.% ar.m f e- Ien wa
swe Daft4 hit oral Monday pubiecation of the
YMIbU Y we EW. The targts "Daily Chronile" wa. made aeur- sodo LW.L We I i
IaS~u&dUd at a rdrMao at Oberp- lig the Abymaiasa war. am'
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a1 T" uE Sm" amN
ol,-'----is* a. f heShw Life And Should Be Cleaned

.,Mi dauncin g = V r attrsctions, and W6ue w f oedour doii Ul ies. im not so as tOW UM
to .tore their friends.
p~~w revinw wousyeare-househow "Vegemass rime othgland uow s
Sand t i ilean&Sault to Obtain.
Annie Spence ain nteftained tW members ot "W ffHwevr, this doe not eAue the-
|B iuntClub on satu, ,, evening. He n g M W IG no t ct of the o n.e r .and the / .... ^.,
E we'retn love." 1d "My deal" Wasiven ttoneneos.,._ number of unattnrctve o J t[WoC t t o nsO
E was- A very largecrowd, amnoM wi2h 17 08 Mr. MW ia-= WW wit w1h t member o f
Bknew^^1^^ w howvs /s>
Mat'iAge Pierian, W/O Meo ie, .- MinRita Cook. MUs ar- wo enw u the
do OAM-,.M.i ss U s" Robinson, MISs Deiyi eHuggins,M, laf tMo about theom.
Kllto L_, ent.t-C md IA Porte. Mis sGladys oordonf, Lieut. A ,
coryst MI June^^^ A jl d 110mn Im wa o
M.and Mrs. "o Johnson. Miss -Nina Coryat, M ieu t.. ifeIn home.itIt Cosvii rol-
B Mr.au-nd Mrs. Tony L4andowne. Limut.No N. d ot.; ment" Wh- t1a0 he uhas oo- created for
MaLeal, rY.. Mrs. Luke Whitlock. Ws. Dickie Frampton, M r.herse la" family and her
eiwig. Mr. and Mm. A. Trestrall. Miss P. Golding, Mr. and t r C :,
Moore. Mr. Mrs.R. 8. Mackillifgln, Miss "Tup-teOldjudged bts op
n ,Mr. Hay a, Mr. Louis Quesnel. Miss Elaine Eckel. Old houses, o ew bungalows, ort-
am rsN. Mervyn Grell, the Chief Justice and Mrs. 2LadkAll, Ulu thaei-&H have their oae
SDearne, Mr and Mrs. Noel Miller. Miss 0. Orsini. Mis I r towns and country sand eZos
Gl meis, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gll. It their occupants artne not ruepon-
-. a 0 sible for their architectural strui-
ar ,* *Ms D. i reae tmre (some are very regrettable),
n a Coionel and Mrs. D. ordon-eSlilth reached ti rel- their nterols arnd gardens can be
tvea Ina Port-of-Span recentY. They Weot someif oth g -o made by those who live in them.
Cr eada on holiday, and while thare Mrs. Gordon-Smith became A succeseful Interior depends on
N was operated on very successfUlly at the Royal Victoria.Hos- three things cleanliness, colour
tal i Mtctreal. and as her daughter, Miss Joan Gordon-Smith. I and form.
Anpe attached to that institution, theyv ee quite a bit o eachn other. Before anin an Interior be
ure that It I s thoroughly clean.
3rI-!C-LOVEM will have a feast on Friday evening when a song Tropcal sunlight t very clear and
L ndlsofort recital will be given by Miss Linette orayson it penetrates wherever it an-Into
dnM 'red Roche as part of the Imperial Oensorship drive f doors and windows, cracks and
i Red CrossM Invasion Fund at the Victoria Institute. revce-to reveal any object In t
Those' who have not k '.ard M r o h n h i n s o l a e rVices-- go reveal any object in its
Those who have not ard Mr. Roche on the piano should take way, and it is merciless to a dirty
advantage of tis opportunity, and Miss Grayson, meWz-soprano object. The light of day i s cold.
newcomer to the local stage, is, I understand, *xce.len,. Mr Roch e With the essential business ot
w play selections from Bach, Handel, Chopin, LUsz,, Schumann, cleaning done to an empty room,
oreig. etc., and Miss Grayson will render songs in French and aer- decorating can begln.
besideseSdm of Shakespeare's songs, such as "Take, Oh Take
Lips Away," 'Where the Bee Sucks," 'ctuckoo Song.,' etc. (Anether nrtl esewin fellow.)
Admission to this function will be by programme@, obtainable --
fo any member of the Imperial Oensorship Offlce for the price
tf $l. Miss Margaret Robinson will be the accompanist. od s D
HAV1E just heard some news of Mr. and Mrs. George HJgglns, avys D r
who are in the United States. Mrs. Hugginsu, who left Trinidad Mayonnaise Evening," Portu-
Sgo to New York to see a specialist, is now well again and they guese Club.
gone to the mountains for a rest. While in New York, they saw "IntoxiolAon", E mPire Theatre,
et deal of Mrs. Huggins' brother and his wife, Mr, and Mrs. 1.30 p in. M.
Fraser, and of Miss Gladys Prodgers. Dance at Trinidad Country Club.
SThey also attended the graduation party of Mr. Hugglns' dauh- Dance at Perseverance Club. 7
.miss Jacqueline Hugins, who, I understand, may be returing TomorrowI 7
to Trtoldad When thri do. 'uiw Tmorrow '9 :49^ r ~
e nm cs by an Sandy Danoe at Naval Hospital Recre-
AN ANat weri the names chosen by Mr. nd Mr andy ton Building, Tucker Valley, 8.30 ,
*** Oray When their infant daughter w~a ha~ptised at St, Patrlck'spm I */ vf^ "
(hurch, oB Saturday afternoon. Mr. George Huggns was the baby's p.m.
odfather, but Lieut. Peter Golding stood proxy, as he is not in Trin- Forthcoming Events
dada t present. Miss Pauline Oelding waas -odmother. Afterwards, I
Mr. and Mrs. Oray had a part, at Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Golding's home, Lecture on "Canada," with llus-
most of the guests going on to the Trinidad Country Club. tratlons. Y.W.C.A., Friday, June 16.
Among thosn' Invited were Mrs. Guy Grayl. Mis Sybil Gray. Mr. Song ann pianoforte recital, Vie- As sophlstleat as can be and
a ,d Mrs. Bruno Brown. Miss lIurern and Miss Eileen Basanta, Mr. toria Institute, Frtday, June 16, yet pleainrl simi e and harm-
end Mrs. Peri'lam and Mrs. Dot Onnmer. s8 l0 p.m. c o e trnoon frek
INHUT-P.D Club, Palo SCO, entertained visitors from U.B.OT. Point Party at St. Clair Club by lady wXih the new, loose over-the-
r TP). Club, Po co eteraned visitors rom U.B.O.T. Pot members in Id of Red Cross in- shoulder short sleeve, a long and
F" Fortin, last Saturday. There were tennis, billiards, ping-pont, vasiOn appeal, Saturday, Junes 17, lovely neckline ending In a big
relay racing. and later in the evenine dancing. Everyone had an en- '7 p.m. bow *f the drme material.
jorswe time. n to r
Among thoe present were Cnmdr. and Mrs. H. V. Lavington, Mr.
and Mrs. H. A. ]pnnett, Mr. and Mrs. Elgin Scott, Mr. and Mrs. N. R a o m
IL White. Mr. And Mrs. K. W. 0. Patterson. Mr. und Mrs. N. W. R a d i o P r o r a m m e
PrOtdhonmme, Mr. and Mrs. yrio Ganteaume, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis .-... -- -_------ --
Darwent. Mr. and Mrs. Brian Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Milling,s eeKWD________ "WVDI
M' Robson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hilton, Mr. and M:. John Col- :00 News Time View. the News t News
*Ott, Mr. and Mrs. I.otul de Verteull, Mr. Nool de Ve'teUll, Mr. Sandy :t. - irted Warini Qu Page
Mdokaa, Mr WooiiidRge, Mr. Cyril Augustus, Mr. and Mrs. Desmond 5 0 Mirth & Madne v .
NOV 11nor, Mr. and Mrs. Brian O'Connor, Mr. and Mrs. Washbjrn, _e "_:45:-:_ -rr
aW. and Ms. Morrabh. Mrs. Marv Reid, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph OGuv, Mr. :*4 Vans M1inus N Carol,>. of Musts
and Mrs. A. Hdgison, Mr. ani Mrs. T. M. 0411, Mr. cez:il Wilson, :1 PrOiJ Album -
Mr. and Mr. C. C, WILSOn. Mis Dillerv. Mr and Mrs. Thomkin, 6 :3O-- w-Major Bowse ar"y Jam"e
:45 News News
1Mr. and M Terry 8printner and Mrs. ColUlins. .i -tr- --oNw
h :Mll00Mltary Band News Raymond cott
1TNARD MIAWS "Apple Ort," which was so successfully per- i :15 - stock Raport Irma Jawtt
ft su d t ti e R4jWal Naval Air Station theatre by the Victory 7I :2 eCosing PrtoeMac. Pibar MWOO" A iO&Mof
sas nU be coming to L IUe --ire Theatre on July S. The entire 40 lofttt * - -..
b w S ha Jve to Naval ChArttaites. Tickets will e on sale : a B C Variety On. Neqw- --e 3o-tm> 9 ymptony
[. riwly at Davison and Todds. U :15- Home Town News -
* *U :30 (Buo Bilke apasking Xavier Cugat --
"iTyU7O N'G BIRd' understands that Mr. Joe Crooks, the son if :45 Stpotlght - -
Mra. Doris CroVoks and the 15i Mr. Harold (rwok. s has s ased iNrrk t Nw
ki8 ftnal eSalntiatlon In land sur'veing for the Trinidad Government. 0 : s -... New at Homo Meot the
* C 7 1:0 Radio Theatre Red llkalton anes Tioe
A MOBT oueeseful dane was given last Satturdar by th, sergeant, s :- - -
' of the RA.P. Transport Command and the ground staff of the :--- , --- N-- -
,W.WA. the .Tuielch Club. Lively music was provided by the 10 N, we esyadion News NightOwl Clubr O
72.N A. sdancehand. 153Csymphony Sayey iterorek. --
DMrin the evening Mls Wilfred Atwell gave a short piano re- :45 - - Nocturn
etal MIt JPan Stel, .ang two numbers, arnd S ib-TIlut. Pa' Rev- "rnr: The H.BC-ti-broadenating-invaston news at frequent intarvas. lThe ahO e
noWI gave emne exrelleft impersonation. A very enjoyable evening sehedi Is Incompletie. American stations are also givini freqienMt nlava-
We Fpent,. ltan broadcasts.
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TODAY at 4.45 and 8.45-A Grand Double..
eDouble that you |l (1) SON OF FURY (2) MOON IS DO"W
ofte our gaf ant AIled paratrMoops landing behind enemy ,
I 3 WW^See the mas formation of 4,W shiplls and ll,00 'plrap 0
Sthe coast of Franee. ,
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TODAY at 5 and SMajor Barbara and The Big nlei*
STARTING THURBDAY at and I-* V lm ad Co-t0ilnkl!
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ADDED ATTBACTION-New. Actual scene of ow AI
forces landing on the coast of northern TFrance.
See our gallant Alied Iptroimps aling behind NlW
See the mass formation of 4W ship and a O11 0
Sthe coat of Franme ....

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T UNALGtH rALALU--aM rfruanuo mR ~... .. i .wW.
TONIGHTat 8.15 p.m. only TODAY at 5 .30 pm. I RIALTO ViW
Terrific Double:Smn n CALLING PHILO VANCS TODAY 4.45, 8.0 p.m. TODAY 4.45, Am PM
James Stewar' -.Simone Simon in -TOAYa.4d33 P-
an .he In BRITIHAGENTng Crosby, Mary Martin uadll,
FOUR SONS Roehelster _ __ JIeet
Tomorrow 8.30 p.M. only
Variety Show and Midnight bargains! "BIRTH of I
J ~~sn ^ MmnU IN ARMS-,M gm ^^ ^ wig
Sun. & Mo-,.-UP the BLUES"
POINT FORTIN -pt-- and-_ -- -
TONIGHT at 8,30 p.M, Traver ..,
r, jTONIGHT atO l iust Beon Renevated and B urgesl Meredith, Clai TreTra v- .
Metro Goldwyn Mayer Proudly painted T l Abbott, L44
Presents: ,t ud Abbott '
Jean Crawford-PhWlIP Dorns-John "SRETO
(A Pete Smith Speciality) The Key Await You ______________
Stranger In Town .b P ICESS
^ Mrs. Miniver_____ \ rBMA^ auw 1-w w^
SHIPPING Lovely Building Site I IIDAY 4. d; 8-H:C
SHIPPING 5ODAY 4.45, ,3,P-'
1__________________ Anor. One Acre. plus One
MARISON LNE Dwelling House opposite 3 Grant Withers, J
Name Tea aa a Rim. CIe mile post, Petite Valley. (Near ,
S M bUty War Tr a Orden Cit Farm) Dieo Mar.
= t o r4"tOwl eoef o I tni. Call fGr full rartaculars"
th tie c" g^l esgk "FORTY THO
WH> i to so. ,, Thursday ,i Friday
(wa~ I umaos, s2 ^ HORSEMIC
ii-- y~iu a ,', -1,6 e 2e l Pelham St.. ossession $2.800 7 S SS S S
i AN1_tmim _tHt H i 1 Lui Stree t ........ $6,000 s and ,
oo .aNew Oottage. scade
S 1rTHE BRITISH AND moder eonvenience-Cheaq "
ini. UM~~~jn H Lovel Bunwalow. LoftAB J4* IJ"g ,,JE|
Circular Road .... B r-I "H E'S My
ALLIED MERCHANT i i. stni.kiaus Place H
-Best offer.INi
NAVY CLUB 2-Ans t-oWVI : -mi iW
Ottonnor et.--vacant ,, ,.
THE MERCHANT NAVY U obers Street. N EW -San FerMM
OF ALL THE UNITED Island House, Monos AY t 5 .
NATIONS -BBee .. TODAY at 8 & 8&0 p.m. |
3Brand NewDunEalows-Near TD
-and -
114" PAL Famltist 84 00e0%
Grand omklumg I0
Co"eert t 'EMPIREaSwa Fr
the CLU7B OUUL I S OuiLMA" TODAY at a 64.30 p.m.
AN(Nar"h$e ft.-'sme san
*oeotal ~~~ ~emn~ -~t aiW^*. AS U r CON ICnS^-"

*6.tUXE Do. L WXEa 4A454 GLOBE_5

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Hill--Hit. WtU iMe. _____
Heavy Trainig Prorm

Fits W.I. Troops Now In U&
LM MUAMtGl ARMY MVT. JUw 5-Wae matlelle of
Goanw Mom98am A af ta$ &M, Auy t toqatB &t ti pat In
lots put throuh at tnuoU" M &iMats am osa w"rtee poomm"
OaNi. a md *ap t iB I Witosw uapIV. 4 ---

Owe?'^ ^Ha Penaftv
P Ius e t OIs i tnlgt Uvie
_adtm am.aul,. c ..aingiea !sj_

Bta'^^'fT ragedy victim ^^^ ^ HE"*'6 i wu
esit nta -,S~dU v I4& A et lea Z6= Ih e~l
gife, 1LU5'U7 VILU* f roade saug wto t anfisea to p l "tI
can read And write IV ifiuel reVI
tht Morv glie thatr eowe Use T ohmNo
HMI llster elt th %llklBtIt.'ttfl.- cSina attllct"X to. te IttM rt s
to Itle I thla oi ee by th R o tl " tlatesti pictures tA e VariousA s ,i
t lo the mg I to ae to them. oree
W aa Ud wohotee 4matpiae former Picm patt l siag th p of thtir turning pW at te
oclcutrlrt aant tit h osnbll ao nto, he tae a syat I I ottIl Ith nue itB mas St t-te- et
1111111 ad J, otdlers to ti so"n. oI o =mae 1ttim=

eof branh mof w the te cleltlon the ot f th S out fhneA ica
boehad lerientwasre th lIttidamong hSdelerd %=fot Acqualinted With

ffollowis amr P90. m riis c^ 0= prce L ouln A ie unableo' V ? ,S l ?
S eelo wuat wo e 2. Aper t teawa toPie th Or # t ? Cot
i r no bith es tttoud e tbte ofr ta game, t o alinet hetber im Wonre be-
twt W Hon' la t. 00"yet It is not twuusal ft see Mainy ME 11404189101112h4Of ch&Okm kt

t. ro Alle uton d CU Mofthemenet t ree 1 s D ?oo2ed to Vl trading.
tr p to eep Bts to H ris a therase y Ree. l t.- Col-t H. Wlkin.COM- o i in f a rt he wa r eLd.

ffl utrin g thi sM.r. Into 0av e oa I hslet o w tMe Gndi thls War. W eh U to- .-
j :rttothre~l~ A.J. ]toting, Weth Prl!~eeeon et. lebay aened Motaerlt, pr Very hleavyMI pnl~tIe wille he
the hsitorIn Cce.1uday in clebt n Lutdhman Mature, was Iesterday

o. ooorlevi, 575u orod
hit o r ylOg f f, weft m a nen M the Benr he e oa is w a ordered bo. pay a a1 o

to ountatn % a a ............ aritIalt, J. &ou th' board a me Un Lp -- o tr
MW tbhe t Ie ao"lro oltln t thaein the hn ta s pksatht date d 0 by Mr. A.J H miltonIn
41e tanu ar e re v the Caribbean Regin t ? atrePau "ol ieCoury twhen he
I t hAw iay. S rdaneply sensible of the honor an appeared before him on seats,
ait r e ne aso o o th at to A i ne a W In of the be" t of their emdltlou rs oall proi th, ee1 1 It pal iums anedtoaour d dt oul in the tons of usi ng fa n doota1m ta

li te i ted a d- y 1ue *ng the S ervic A ho er fe t m ** i 111ia .4a r a rg oft ede r om TO oSi drivers license
hud het d ot heaw um arose t WJ c t b we h o. wreat All i nCtoselected forservice veres1Adaward ap a al ermI
diueth er thet Wg,lg tile serte at AG They aft bm" ctroSf airMbtheofe t, a War. We a ftr H Whaaonoid Mgt=Wh VIA C10-pigibe to

,I1th h he2rd roIe Ie t esAe iRi ecrt ary ofe heares o( the U 0 Oe r,
it unfti th or on h.e tOIW, with Ar ( -decon ent bty General Macready's prese nceiMa0 tltMe l e he
;. o =that,. tTurnedyDown , to" "* his omplanc,
rVS not o. a a.DOorI-ly s Istinr, heteretoday to reviewusand hiseW

uItS M Lddc Sr Bae enn tomoa e sh ortly towill b anve a nl ireadBy n t or huis e Another ean's nam, ad o1.
s hePolice alleged. Cemetery rot committalWin theI h teted itha t B lWO ta led the elm,

I t ntirly wa wa t raken to he er oa Ato th et '.rVU tasks that ? ^atam en theme neir
ah 0rut nlvge him family allotment, where the 1gr ae )iO to9z"ha vrceia veon the withie fnae o f ee th t

tI hadhr fwa Oheaped withwnumerous wr eathe. Vatian Cvlrn St th Mn .
beincomitend in .T auLeave it V yCity th Utse 8 ftate for War ABnd theran Pa FiM A

be^Ing cm itte ii'w a? % ?e iw~wa A1 c^thy f
fatlpshi oithe had board1 tRILLoANTsCAREERnS o n athe oolaon D ead

so brave be fore VA'CAN CITYJune 13 I ad we- a fe woul le t tat k t ni oiai
4Ot even wait until night Born On October 2, 190, Mr. (AP)-The diplomatic staff$ ofw tLoan idPlan hanvWed ourd siere themko fow

Ih111I, BIh WWtasttowel, Ms.ad ?emm BwohIebngtansd and en o o sheaour sin ethay s tatFu ea
he comment blate ted. icMres. Em wai l rche a t or a ntc o naiwh t ved, bVtca ity hom e tot n theirhthoughtrof list at this 11110re Triem ad -ardloa Correspondent

db ttlM e ucete the late Mr. Winfrd Blche.- e planning to move short, o T urn e me diate stae of our journey when AANVO Jues .-
Ids hou _-__ "haat i rest -law an to&- lRalready left our hohs e Tha ead V o dny *f a m an ,Identified
h Al a ttempt o k p tu t Ja tearo 1 ah C ny m Pla- eter I nea ta k ei nsi de r rebases. All of us here owe a debt of t eh at of Rijn &I.nof parw as

r e0 a son or oterh11 Ie of thI lr lte e Trfindad urdan under* rtitude to the officers and menof f f n t

,,.. ~o0"^ :Sff tii -^u .%= oour, aitr^ ^ hot n.-^ %ta u~t Oe sluit >i
= h i t ond It ucated a Tw ilallity BOYa' Vatican. wa...by the diplomat. stands that the Government gm- thefUndted tesr nO hers onrirtyoAof t -e te

8tnw cous iln d for- o ter mediael&M hRoot and un, of"o ther c whorn wtll ownerd were as who unty. iWbookanrwriday.Atpost-
1 rn f- r- ployeie o us ing Loans ordro er made ou period of training pilas- mort#e= exania tion Wa wlsi 4e
pmet y, aWhen was son- College he obtained a dip- Many, Japan.0 t ltakiaR un-t turned d own a scheme art and ro.fitable. We have mInade formed by Dr. J. Mais,
o A cot, bent-l In ecoOmis from the Ben. Ras R poUrtia and inad wR s ht to provide factIM Man ran ds.1ra e p es e

15ve yauo8 h b, adn T Jwt^ n u n twneo eb = iondt ad. We nwe thopt w o sebeWactenM. Death wasdure to o
ir e blsne woman Ino bAl ed at ole tde, Englandi. and enr- v out are the legationse t, ho btht theme atorw. id n the days of w r natu al c.
tau ll o l ack AOf thi wer- nd inJ ly ServU W ice asdAc ing .ofttth Unted 9~or ft h0 w Oitslu t, oaglte~~yo t t heme at ou an rsideinds nthe d aysw ihntrab ~ ~ vl causeIs.l t ,
B ont ain e abla ck etsh o. ,lrkI4 thec riSers ivic eas acir ot helnk, dM s t homes through the board, to rpttliet tehead of us. We c*le from.
bei n lodtad a Ibuki e. clkd er n the D rena suat, rm. Eip CO certain urgent cirge.Many diffterntislands and main.
Shouseitw s tted e and Jay, S he ir, Iat- The proposal.It Is understood, load territorpy's, but we have many .

h ____ eIt was stated anda o Inc, January. 1 ar ..% heaW ignd.S erSTi I
,e rr o .7 l S.1 eus fr a.owtmfr, tn l Provided forthaymen t C mnbondsandI ino i ComanyDirector
for- some reason or other heZinside a fOUrtlc clerk in tneVaimihS o n ouasaonw r en
.~ased out a found It no- loms sail xlAw DenartmentaNd" Ofirte Insuandctxe on hoemimes anwedInourrerever tiosnbto awe marebi
to keep fhis own home He was subVI qteut.4 promos ted 'And mm(m, andraes wherethxesownhoes inwere ed euerty o into takcmaely TO Visit Schools
i a cousins and other seCond class clark And in 1931a nd O Vf. LJ SO able tudo ,sao, charge of six per Place In His Majesty's forces along.- .T .dad Guardoian Crrespondent.
,was made a l t ciaso& cll, I. cent Interest being made on the side the armies of the United Na- CJi 1

lhUl T lyn l ater ,in J anarexpe n d edy C4ld t t ARO June 1aMr H. A
bec u a'r wlmaan in he WAS a o Ser, n ant. i one s o e tions.Weknowthat weShall be WalkeraAnewsb na nin r Director of i
bPolieau Ofise a wo ean dIn- Ju1942 eaer a s P e r, principal object of the Scheme corstantly In the thoughts of our Caroni Estates Ltd., Will visit the
whe poiemwas en : ofghis wh re- cianInjly lfstcear. w Made Catgtand lecors of the CAMn- *wasto aIs i~t*ilphyeea ait iatime reatives 'and friends in the Carib- Wi'rrnville CU.K. school at 1.30

Xhe1 leataer h oe : soua rincia Of thle cI S os revte.= 1ah a x*tl o l t n they were pressed most by beAn slid er da as wa be o'lock this afternoon. An hour
a diey esth wIth m uinlg r the pleriod r n. i av for Ban M hving to r oPa tioi ents on their thinking of them andtwean redir.elater he will visit t e eCa roni CM.
A thet e uhr tfind k icked ther be to ken eirtiber, too, Mr. t11 ldms wl asl t dnso hc o epoiio o insee b tiT iihdI~
alleged. hr udic ke d hrn4 to ec br, 1 3,r. mWdc ti s" m orning to give tW o mes almost at the sme time Solved to Play Our tpartrt InS Ouch a School

wc6tn*a C-tre.PynMt al*m (^"TS),^ MrI,~q ad "Ot*.**sn '^ s1 learned Ga~rne^ MS^ h Cu2 will" b*t'1 a. t acw seconded for Athe mp Th that other bis connected with way as to justify their pride In us. M. Walker has expressed .-

OfPe. of being arm.eld. S nrt as ftrt *r"..^.ndCheft. ->;. ^ t n. ^ itlih b: "Re- UIU
weapn an. th owigPie o niroj I naeor xof the D n thount owhoMayo ae rhendn suh an ocsuionarose em-ldpurpose hat noten eo dtaelfirs
f Weasonaulnte ing a redoe r oie Secretarthean d ief o t u. ,Sthem, w ere du nt wnStu eeslt Viit h sir to visit the schools but his
hS MWrordered by Mr. ed ControlesaBoetrdh tk sonly inMarchtleneshensuchdnalfohrced tePros aln- ndiscosl
60 .Bar.fouromonth$'t.- thisryear wa spoi w e As stA:a %e C, PR-bP RT WEt D.oebatoe
t ao e, .-th er. h r .I tan-tet ty and Assl c t h A instant Liesnlswing . i r

I-A-'^-- Ju a Il.-- ^!" / *t ""er* *se Iro*p T^8^, ^n^^ !^ theirfc olourft ^p~l The rpnl A T r
l Wocation-A|tO S M-11 FO SALETqlUt ~ frld h il iaata
S Officer of the Boardtt, rfoAiningYOU

If ,W od, a city saloeman, an w -as -also formerly-Assistanteort ni po h v cl sera ti ti xprise

beoe r ndreTo n tht Sertr oth Hiorc l i ited for canhe nigh givet. th viw tatI rejetin this Bar C . Training IPmdiael
Sr ev o Ande n te St r tar the itrl at ortheshow will onnue the bcr showed a l c" Trinidad Guardian Crrespondent.
ofu ioe O fn fo ayiste nle btPof r r inda a n MTo and.tO attheaM ofC Bedoofa ppreition of the reasonsc- SA I FERNANDOJuneI- a1 -
nto of dtosn g fsogf a mtberg fteR. l As s ca tion,, ,, 1 .igh trt ndan yderlyingintroduction of the Or- is d-wide debate po .

|>.?o. ^ SFo rohering ..--, 2^rtr^ Soto^S~ and at tiIeC
l en 1ma1 4of er n d a ney a fheO, noreservationsfuo r t Cown t e. iS ?p he 'ardian A .lso la n Tobago Literary League for thS B i
Jue .NdM prd er M ote r),m ay, learned Grnet occasionCup will H
aelwd tout s Waa2 sea; pfr (aw o(re), w (n b be Uad Ve. becauses of the difficulty e xpe- Turda y duly 1

-',- '-, s D Expert B(ck .e...,, l 3.,

|ool ooksat)ln -.^ ^ Owe BNaeri SAmong to Who hveJoined renedin finding Suitable building
af~l 4*I mg5~da ibose te an isngiade Spmoe~ns g t areas in nd9*4 ityoutside round of the comp,,tltort Ie: 'Re-

U oun u lcM h% t o a spf.; h:,
Rat en" 4-e "Ch"ae FrvaCommittee for t s p. solved that It is In the best Inte4 .
Rq Mr. A. J. rn W r- asked GovMao ent to take stepsrt ests of the Wet Indies "ht f.act-

Ei o^ .w T ,; pator k= pe,=., . Sfi yM ,.,~ and. 0 =- "- B lM'g.B"if SO"M =-'.W .= 0 WT
H S oeth o u il TWh bo Vctlrda Mr. Mt.L Ma t rick. Secure Rapsey Cato ne. r liles be provided locally fo n
N.a. LiB C. wiFroram eswill be sold at the cant oWcupied by the U.S. al abitne-West Indian Students to be 40 2/

Ii aem t r iT tL a so dooGr b girls Of O the ChieseR .to fit f thn to erecthomes. iteedA S barriftert-At-law."
10MND, June 12.- Gtq MaInsot. ger Ca .det, group in their colourful The r`941esttnWe refused,

e thro merefu yl .th nre t. FOiAL s trIBt tES ur. T cdt ho sol a sd e u A LE US ,.
onsentby MI&l oving wife and children: se-s anier a pa ly ^ mo1 d INNIE ntek adae
ads At. Cou has repe ,.its, another! Tae gInarso The $irls at hi aor wt 1IntoITS UM us lrots-Mi R4W

Ses an tra;b the tWre ath s aneoh nn .nm tribues S. Th ose who soAld
inaJS C ounoll on to t hp o f We "4s.d rCecil erpe-Ross ;mt .us perflorman at the Aitth e mjrwe The eosefuee s seU Uf Uhd a

1u l i one of1rn tot, hd fyMR.fadMmad;Theatre, Port-of-Spain anda t the WAK E IP YO wla" books Cean dit
IE. by C G ouncnillor 1Dr.V 3m u A. &am let hLtd.;1111"t rie rhee emMrlaMa-

sons; Zim& OfD b e; M.inadJl W. .onte tr, ,e'k; .ama JTOMt f.if A 0
IS also"being Made hat Mon.i ca M.d Don Mu-. aiua.- Elatd alt downUto &An Fernando for"11, FARK CAST L R ILE
the mae ,Ma M. etore d=1 "--e- Tllen; the traionUO
teagreement made, in utecoile!OdasM ~eMmes ocso.Wednesday, 14th June, Witisese Calsoods- AsdTegil jao20 AP OOKSHOaPler od
ab iA';atvMoneImfed Faellof Via S Visgr. 0RodSs
Council byut r ColonIal e t. ste e: .,adacmMbRurI0t.sVournentltdreetutIP
alo AmeA "w3L.r ExpertNBack Ge w:l be _01 61 Town.oyft
be removed he handed~ ad t Ripobe rt sLegder Gat; 1. Mayonnaisero m serecyedm broma.Gas o k d
us vuand Mr Rbethewri Tes6Mrs
Ardstaff; The management 9731 o83 X easi sb a a otds(93 t.-M'a res. rillUWJUO SaFrdayBarbadosusomah, 'costpaed Yur R O TO
..Vm4- ca e oaka ofFoodC M Wt 1 WeAneSa daya17 th Junemov d 'stt Asth-nyoaM Wwathe

.t Clonel 0.C.s ener, thp elvon@.
directors and stagwsoftheBulkI u .,londe...g the ve ooe- punkJune 44LK IITKD
u 7o a .- : M a a4aOond I ause. It for pidea#a-1411us.6i11akestthe
t T ee sta; O viz sit WBarbado s onSaturdayWat 1.0*A.Cce
fml M. Whato . 11 avenoon for discussions ont.weh F ae d .byD Dncin gPlu ts e t nb-i fWar

csAtio' t o,...., e -
Iand W th air Vfrlyso'0 up.
deA Crpe~a a L~~a~aa Ft:rank Btockdale n, _q~ or Aulyor Tikets Zariv lt i6"ie t m te~llla
Guardian Correspondent.Watteadcil drnir.Anr.g; Moeeometad efr i h "rlint' Bu-albb lts In-ingeo $4gen
NI, June 12-lstate lands and family: Mr.anM TL ger n West Indiestand his medical ad t, a. nitII red D, ti1"1G1iana.
fMiorderingM l ,y Civil Sico tm'te vieri connected W ith thehfor-
aretedotenming VE cae retn .N R Pfter ot I lease
frpurpose of being sold. Johnny and l Louise; Alma d7 e d here on sunday l. F R I T U R Eonac

e T on -be ...... .a ,OW. .,..a.d.. emi r auo,
ee, = S iliva: M r. and e U-rsa n rhub,,,,
be. Aliadin and the staff of lonEDUCAT ONAL SA L '15"N r-
tits trom Would bDUCATIONA Li IIIt SdLanadte
Sr. being invited from ayi t.taliJaroh:,Rob. Diana and N TEI Ea!
ANMI Of Purchasing but It U56 a96l.1: Louis. Gwen and

~itOil5a andtotolit Fou-s.of Meenng. Mf St, w.uc. stwreet- ..,uwTR|ET,~
tha t preference will be ..eh; ci s Mr Ca.n Ltd Mrs 'I bite.NOTIC

jogp. vou, t&Co d.: Th Chir- 09 t. incet Sree
o'those Who have been went- man and N of the "'Mr..W.. ittlm
tCanovr y ustom therA ,Wednesday 14th Tat
1,to msove-nbrnoytYears?,offw=prs r o. at $140.00 Del AsIA.M. PROPE Ra-TIE
e t on them iase.Adela& ases; Mr. Ur m a ttical ater, Ltodge.School. June 4
orteds on" list of arPt Air:S G ,e le. Ruthand U he Wes; 4 ,1no ,d his intention to accept
w i 7th oe oi ng invT e montah whOend hn u1t.4"Idoys as boarders L t aPI
oft with moeuomngt oms : L hend u lam a term. rXPert lttlof In in Mathe- fInstructed b~y Ur 1I .Maingot
sports club; William M.IifRemedy 0 o"ma tics, Dig*h and ftench will be and Mr. "hillip we will sell
Cable ~eralV 1501, edvgd ros, given by himself free of extra cost. Such goo and =0f. iesa:
S A ddleant Sees. o achria. Mr. and Parents In rested are advised trcrap. o
cation' At ~Mrs.. W. Hlarris and Phillip *and Mar*.communicate With him by letter ig Dobe101Spitad
Tonight ______ limited nuz= can be received. Spingl3018prnad Rf,.w MeUd hAttreS~ek 4 Post 4V p 11110110 e. rosomsion mmmediatem
ShoponAth0 bWA M, o A., MUtt., Bad aiogan. t .
Sonny t.o 1i thopkete s et Fined W inderemere, "A N .WHT S R ET-
ioBonny Stoleona keeJohn -- Ba. s Spfnj, a ,C ,rae, sSn-,,T=-
bto be Tr~inidod's "F'ran Barbados, W.I. lhns aa'ttee.Cp.- -. N 3SOT DUK
~ tieaacontortiopist.Fo rofiteering SidO3p M$oedSREET,
SadoYfo, dNn ,oaWd
fte, wille di ed"appear to-On I ntructions from I de
tthe Empire s SENIP~34 OR BRTicns from dI&"I.L E S -
Mr~l. VitAngl A I

~~5t5 allnati 4le 'gm I Cour onMondy t letsa, Crap.m Dig ni
Bleosfo a ohm Csina.abanet

Mo e.wfm m.1AA _sb .-- __ - .- 1U nVA;
II beetlsbov ach-d I IIe ( loneIv' Id" steaml o
~It t52 m, ." t, n rs asatce o Qestoun bu 5 os SfV~ Des Ch -r, Ida sow. N.,I, H" T S"EE "
true,., .. .i lbe T.at, Di'afm~ ea g ,t U e,.-,:..,--ad-b.fah-,

dAs P .
Ot be. -psi4 t-A thbe mt theot Ow
Sovew emm told abdast, was Mdtto w n i ,
,.,b at was alUeSl mantled #a s ntir ssom am
f* N shiftoff a404l" % Iand am pis m w
k ft bratd dAylga4, '5 the pren oo k D* itatr ue
budg hand at hi sI set 04e04 *Ot W lll 5ftamt'

Crowds Payiy*
SeTe tribute To N^h
M-l(h>aT1AjL-A -0-

AWomi has! 9

A SheLooeae
'1 we woman of today know' that a noth I
velvety kin is thwfotndatonupon which eh
builds her lovelinwa
Tob insurm a freh. and clear s, d*tW4t
uiig DIOXOOIN CMRAM today. In a w S l'b
time, you'll be proud of the oft, fn t aturs
of your "kin and its lovely new radlanc "
D i o Cream



Our Customers '

We regret that the shipment of babies'
prams which we opened yesterday hove
all been disposed of, and due to this,
fact we have hod to disappoint several
customers who desired to purchase one
of these.
However, we shall be receiving a



shipment at an early dote.
this space for notice of their

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T"..JnI VCANT K ? U O Ap O T XT A owlM A Nly o Sr t haoi ldso Bad myself respO Isble f*r any debt.
FIRMT ofManUtaOtuers. rt- le atae -a banm od) e0 MareSoa.. bnes sMot 4m. .= =1ed 21. t r debntscntractIed b AMMES.

|Er uS000U^ MB*1 f"Jm- M- aAt ci L *Orso-H.. .....* ]"- WpRunO. PRPn RT." No. "ll9 Boa"hi LMoDslOW
re, uIres Tyit mlaf mae. IMp- nLA 1UOPNt rolAU mnT MOs TeT*OI Oh 1 lNI Pone V ,i.to Ire. 1--onI IttPr. rnnA Fl-oes e I.nSla&a.

monWAtBD. A pply inc^ wr"*"M to^t'^A AB1O> K ^ SA^^^JUDr.^ C,t ^ ^ ^ Vr^r^
ie own hndi.U."- ng gmaa-e vs *sneek I WAS3 0w em- 5TZR rRAD'INJO. ,TOM0I $10.... 0llI 10 8'OU Ef KOM L 'PUI PRWNASU. NOTICKS br
itpOnaonid Nd=sa .... eaurst. 6e1 Ua Cl 4 ..- Dar eudo er o26 Mat PUeLICishereby IarTatU thi t CI
to P.O. new >e r wditeh y e odrnC entrt.a wM-' rEW ULT VACANtte rOUSEr b amnc o longer UAnder the t an dn POM-
K s .d au m Is w &a ge m ANN. Jo n 0. A0 sale, Al eo n ien rces gat 9Cumeha S to teCton f lay hoa Alfred JaIm roM

SUNoWOMA O WANTEDfC o. Apply- J une RE 13.,- IGE' RATOR.A Ceo Medium(.fiiL o Jn.e St. ra cu itm Valleyrna onfs an T N n'A nO V. o aing let t.u
w wPEll Mr nlis Junea edoM 0 NOO... .... o.A..... .. .ueua .r" e 9.MarinaSquare.June20., 1r 94",
Wit wll abimbd -(OgTNOIL"Bi Aie#1400b sivi. Fmm 4OL4lus 3.i ItPARK STREET. Large realdisnas, admotMARIE RAMJOI4N,
patent typistanid paistaklims amd --41m 2& ORE EiCiRIC AUTOMATIC Regardrst cliasscontion. 9Offers nvtedo J sf.San Fernando.'
w e. o r ___ aler______ 1 wi t .h1 1 Pe aye r (Collaro.M t is). Is Eckel.*Write: C. Hart. ISo Marine Square.- THE" i Ctoa w her.Y notIfiedtthat

S-ofadvanmmnt AP p in u y Apl wanrIt.lae r n g ey d
only-ToOBS RoATE WO .'ran-w Mnaraone q Tooete at.. ata --.... i...4. u 44.-Jun. 3 June 30ea om no longer nlennt Ah ce aVe Le 4B care and pro-
.o BMs AUOMOTIVEIA toIIt F o Wort 1FR OLD PROPERYOndoaldte of my huandIrinBrown.nor 3t
uC nUA Gi treeTt OPaai TUE rdat. Apply to 29 D donald A tr a t. do I hold myself responsible for any debt
jA Mo N tlr .E N. us-yro ~ to .unr d et nfo ALSe. m t10 am. to 4 p.mi-June d20. or'- debts contracted y.h RmN.

SJ ^ eS ^-.^^^ PN --1 .0*P,--*Sw--- n I -- s~l ^ ^ il1. la^t nt "ee 7';f ^^, ".---
ame atfamily smi act as UVm MOTORS FOR S E eREOLD PROPERTY No. 29 Charles DA un,
three young children; unroomm s M OTOR aOR DALE Street. P'ike $4,80.00 r Deareet offer. -June 11. San Fernando.

o ad prospects of travTeli. Fado RD S Pn SEDAN, lyre practically RESORTS C -- .nox. I.'Phone 22.-June.. I
..U. Apply I- Will ONE ..H.OpplyB. Drbaun 1% rnanROd
amont.l Ap-N riti to BoxSan eOw. NApply Sa t retet.-June 1i sINLO AJu 1 a t| -!RS CLA BUIo LlLandIn heart
c. o -Guardian."t e in t Sr iU Ri wihl and I N3U useto omsAL withrIAinw-, T onun n watliSa Fernando near to Ma rketr Theatre. elU&L e wNOTICES o OI ut- .
LAUNDRES for(, OfAisi o r .f...... ..ew ly. Apply. Lee.Lure...Co.-- shent ..ais. lovelysurroasidin s.e m, d.0 im a iQe grain w itu lawu .

e" e Apply: Mmor sG. Cordon Now', t 32 o t g r o lon ru P vn n o tca.e roo dl. enity, o nta.iing re e mo mU. ,h eA .'A. 1 t R4 be iciu.. UnUy o
oad. Aara -n m r aui anr BSdian, four p DoAH A vwt drawing room. aservante' quarters and all ae ,r ua r buama pe ace. m 's.. n u.

ml e ar.HFll. odwE. 0 ,.Ca- dt UI SOBS. App MnES .A, wattmodern convenlences"c. Apply o Cedric u Es- ll o, tu e-a us uae ui g.- ian d.

J&D-WASH X.Y 30 t.."- &Do MA41011,941. Roa ll 433- aftr 4Ha mit o ua na Ofar noi. aun aui aAm ow ft w ate pn g Ro rtVla E m all vlb~a ou an, 44it. w )Ilnt boall to fi at
au ism spar.e allO Nn. after u ld uer. ad. bo. te en. Ot Pone t.'Phone 412. -June 16. 5.i itona a U 01 into, g1 ra. m e 0 t0 a,
ThU CCOUTPIKES ig LL PTRCSbaw'rn. abdo.Eele t em bALhS.25 ACRES LAND near Cattara Railway lautiron--f.r.mnaS-

TEiDi. mA tAiM M O IoJtt- eis N. l Ox Ftat TRUCKD ane -ri b e COMat K Tl Sa rntnJ *MMt" wih we e ppply Joaon Ildelfou lta ee, for meringand aaa duc. u tO ,Y
Il t ar AtreA p w'. tyo Cn- t ag l Sa 0 $2.16p er ... tll. 5e ar..
wnith 1 tt Ae trotihy u tra l r and get it waiting r you >.o. INoEn eirel o taCe-y I) w Lbo t Orei 1 LAwtho ND righ lli 1 a PrlMdua. me1,da 5 t0 (n
en the. f ett. i eR. A e.o- .A .oe A.p. A Calark.- IIA mp.py H URSTN Maera w iiteI B Doa e ron pa er. asrern Mal l Road.LO Save l uio to eaen aa i
abovsL ideseALR Tlk5 writes-'P. 'ho ne 1s.-June 16.- ml
soth t. r ao a liers 16a. hveaJune umTuapna 17

LaiB&, $I Charott Wisid.-Jusel o 5 AS~i AiSALL P.1,0"T? 12 feetl*< long. goutB &draft w y tton nh Bide oudn o
3llT BYha r iotte FU YOSAL& FORyI 1934 COUPS. Rumble ORAL. ROOM Tor between IOUSE AND LAND at Victoris a tl A 12fetlng on drf

?ar i5 Badta*iUa~l MaavL- i,,*. ^ "1 BuaE BY OL C VA ie a-cet T"on Lcul ti y good.3 yrpRobinsoncrusoeyad PigeonPoint.o8cnst'stop, 0rice: 12.7r0.00. Apply Bpte a, l Aerv 4 i l "Ariu. .e-- a mOy A
Flla elec is. M nimu mo n ke no .JF.C. immr. rTwP.D.. beach. Rates $9 per day. Appaly: Man ger. VDllaeo Manternan n eeR ard Battoun it d _.,, i ,t ,ii 'itillsi5 iua it-tlI*p I

Stt y eep CO T Aly th go at Ui Taw tbeeapre Bo atey. 'PEhone aB 22.-JU.e a .s a Roakd Tua1.i ex r .. 1n ..Je ma -
g 1 M .-o B0 aM BRncA; U O won ran al e oy e tt,.ret a.RD TRUCK.;.one Federal P AN Ae .. .o. .-n -,IS .t A ,--t i n ta
and P IE W Oyt Card th. M r -Truketo, anie o. ils n 4.t 5 in ayat os Myo W. W ar Ctohe A Gre EtN L PROPERTY, newly built at between ara mtaeA Urelit . ''aV Neg. V170e.0
I =*r, TT.L F Mres l a r re. ptyrs l ti o o i ca an l. da Jun 2n mol e tlnl aua gut e lm t t -Nwa 's Vitle, an Joan. Immediate pieas return to tes D 4 i.uaat w, ---u I-.
1m.K TALLr anaV IApl tJ OI b I o. eantAJ aInd AAm l cat goply sflw% o do possess on. ApplyIt..Laurence. Opposite "rat sia. ewa iu.-Juns .to
TCAS IERWANTED. Apply Lincoln 1,1934 a M's. SJAa. AAUSTIN in l *gI hh, CM.aSchOo.MEAnT Jun-ueepo 22- Ca lu a .dwipJune a. Ma a.On Mease boo-
Vi carentt SANeeet.--OE ST ATtE. Fepr 'ionlcutt I ay.ii tJOn M.eMi nuret pna s. retr Tu
' Que radd t. Avenue e- cliMeo. onti o yre. A S ettlement.T 104 Acr, s,, lhaltf patur e. Ie Ei an patr 1. and IFirnLans, y L-.Imtn.
n u at Mlinge C Parage n-June1. thing IS theIde alSsde eoai di f relargep nir A water never dries), about. .
2EXIMIENCED NURSE MAID wiWthAMORTEID SN OWlS CAR. 1s 9odel tBarbados. Excellent s a bathing end acresdt aoroimes, coffee, Io ,conut PuLe llo.Ca etl nt
m"fernee. aMost sleep Is- Apply 31 Lone4 t new t)'ts-e---dsf4reuriuatd-nea battery. cuisine. Modern amovaniences. centrally tonca beans and other fruit trees, balance t ee, V.)NX8L)AY NIGHT at thi on -
OUv n F R SAar Rorb.-J l .14aM i".ly sound . N eaae reaonal gerl iu t.i..a...frs 11111bus e clb r tc Br.Irentedt Cotgarden a e, ct ice ground, Large . e t Cm ran o
.X A8ERIENCED CoOB Owantoer. Apply, refused. 'Pon ua Stl.Augustine 134 saervON S rO a t Dwelling Houe with all modern conveni- U wi -Initia &-a-C.'e lu-erarturning
Herbert trt est-June 17 Ijun I d. bados, or Mr. EAutace H. rMatthewd e overeran d liatee r qarte t too "COWI t.-Vi S t w
_, __ _....... _ a_,,__ ,_ ".l TJuan Ro 0 11 Mode. ire r. c T Warren U Street.o Woodbrook.e-Jre d ry hoe otse, w A lye. Jo. he df. uiTAiNe i.. .-. u.r.
!rM A .. .... V-3 TRUC K 1941todel.PrnfedoSWEET BRIARL"n L1A A DMitts a M EI adS h s t l aotu s 10 *BL .hre 1. I
- c -coni-, l Othrou out Noa ty- s.eApplytr T rado-s O st e sr e a nd o7- in garageSyard. i n O N -
ZUATi ONS WANTED W an onb. o MRunwor th, trLe. SBanat-IePoint Cuman. lu rnihS u Ide aa Afort rmi Alsoy Four-Acre Parcel D ne
Iur O-- WIIT WOOLY DO.*ower--
Y OUNG LADY desiree prao liOe s r11 RW A t. e1Resort. 'PhoneD O9.J W. situated at Buenos Ayre, Ern Ward, up-c asae ry paying aerotl semoeut.
e e otr-ewitchboai t Operator. Box I MERCURY SEDAN 11041.Tyreegood. STONTCROFT GUEST ROUSE. Worth. posite Puerto Grands Road. small quarry, a a""'l11Ig abds pl lenDye stes oraoal ols41.Jle'

.. .. ti.a. n l ... J -ui nn a 1, d ral ct naeeour y, l UO Pret latoA, yrba o "App ly A ne y .00 beating lime t. Ne rl ere - -- ui A tt

.. .... ^ iun'... .. ) (*" Jan~lh -- Le r an'D. to P hounsI goo- lualty 1o st C i. TA L t **rmue Doublett *t*oom -L N FOR' SALE I.IUA70 WALp~cr N hiTED ^ wtet
YOUNt ILAN desires uiatloein anan nIe kTnew.A1U40IBuickT.ynew ptrea.era ono.-Jnly tte fused. Apply.E. J. Strgh. SO -O -p

a'e Cnia ree, t. r *rmoi t d e.pert.. -1 Crs. AS 4h.-Jne1, Street, an F rnando-June 17 1.% t r ERTAINMENTS AND MEE oINGSu
Ses tA typiOng.lig ab orr PtesponotVanceeIerN-CON0TIwNEo ,iRMAD or o. R AD R PROPERTY.a 17 Broa n e
general office t~ada. josess~ni; Cambrtitge Fond V-a Motor. New Pistons. Sleeves. atanii. Apppeciat S'.yViwcor I1street.-
erl niai s warifeate. innreferences r Apty etios, Bearings. Canb e seen at Silo FURNISHED ROOM, Wf od ook. p Bpunly,'Je UDO24. jhaps ,a S-pec al ro ati mas tOe

a*^*^ ; ~ ~ dtt ].S? ^ ^ ^ nudolor-ccesa ry..tutu *~,. .aelU pa Cut Stuarry Atreet. Reta 11.6 C~O imatiE trdo e a romantic ad ster-
to.; Ilo ,aaaan. p-Jtng 1.4 dAc o rf rtS n Box 6 4 1. ad c/ "Guardian. r-Jue it pI ieandc. eatig linger Roger ints her atest
"i M ta5SSc. Iuernaneo. '1Phone. 64.-June 11 O IUL va lTAILEafurnished Doub tttoeialey Ieeo PUealt PIiet. iatee. Ocu1-- r oLme

L~k-LLII NSd~ kloc-tcpr S! tel2 ~S iS -LCTU mcVB .lg tl Ber o rM Uvginoni om ana o ManiL (icture Garla pCevie IaTB tOEA ~ takeo
ORIaAViDgee,4i k e, w a M O ondi stion good to rpoan ora. Arai, water ecr ictpcan runningwater. I f a e ND FOR SALE di Ui ti ree 0 nc a iedsg-
Et.a ,iaatimn frsAtyre. ri ng U rme, s.T P!: a'o t o.. Is!r tCLASS BUILDING ITES avai tl- .M oIt lre" olii a u ann ctOs 30 On ,
= I-ayI W-10 C a UadI.M L L AI I AR U NI J. UNALiJAAL I 67 4uwaeeable a t O PetitValleytaveragse s e10,000 --workingwo oen. oot moe ta
~ 1 uaila. trethalf amiutes'awalk hutr aai nnbL ah. &I square teet. 12 Cents pen square foot. .%ait~o iswisw~a itibe stie seicigraitno any one
,,)Ubls and Single. tOOMo. with 10ard. BOX P-I,;.) GUi~rvtan. '-June 17. Imiic,, oaure tr busintess piece. there wit.
WANTED t-buns JaisS secasloupe. 6217.-july I I BUILI.)NU LI',S,. evsk, cievitted, ,an- a oaat o A lIsS&u cuarge-anal fretrexameo..
I I FU~tI4JIS4EI ROOM, independent en- irest, water, electricity. Apply. lillnies j will us ACeften free U l an~gvs. acde.
%VES'i'CI WANTED TO eLI trlanc.i; v 10Felts Street-June 20 Fs~erm. Hunt Road. San Juan.--June lb. Comrade" is such. a grandly picture toa..
I ~rA,.R,A% ta.O Dli... 4% -eia. ACRES COCOA. COFFEE. with we iee, certain that everyone woo 10 Lpri.
R BLAND--aracas Road. beach or Santa IUeen's Fars ote.. ra ae aes. t4 water spring. Robert Village, Tableland, vilesei to see it will not tell to spread.
JuLnRY 2S. Cruz Corner Property near cit, o a id- l Street 'Phone I i.--Jly 14. I Princes Town. No reasonable offer tone waottn 0 tsgreat u m essagen obouroage.
4.-tuil iUL.S. A CAtt l, ni. tA'V. lPm. Mtig cinemt boaa x '-ia., il %i" Ian st4o i oS. tareet.a- Juel teat garage. Near Country Club, Phn Grocers Ltd. -June 25.. h' i tls unique affair s that t. prooS
i.., PKLtAOS-8 o or n .-nea de o nd4. Bachelo-rs pr2eoraoly. -Jne u* LOT OF LAND 75 a 17.5 at Diego Mar. o t[n puddt is I se6eating." All you
Vsi CV u aQU Matoh .'Write d-101. las" --Jne 14 EDITHIK RTO., adern Ala tin Main Road ( near Crystal Stream lave to do to smt one 0t a es free Invi .
DUK' -MtUni,5As5, t- SM i n ~io aunn, I Smal l Twn. oI. Jal3a ambeaitioua, Road). de t lot building. Pries J(, 50, 10. 0 grtt o "T.Ait"tdreo your applicat i n in
i ir, .[- 4*ltlg FreSew S t rsfotls.1. lFdbsicko trtuo e..ILJl 1y t 10 ACRIR (MORE OR LESS e at Niar- u foi occupant an buits adIres.
SI 'diSUNLE. Comfortable and Nicely F'r- 'ca R ued. 2 miles from St. Joseph Rail- TO R bnT
LJR< iI BO1i0. ,t .and. na SECOND HAND COCOA HOUSE as n Bied ROOm. Phons e .G-June 1 way Station 1 h BrWdge onlg o alJune 1 TA
~~~~l~~A Sera. jgta ieadgoIrmDCsI odcnilt o u.eASdree ati, las 0 COMFORTABLE ROOM for Europeans, 'one side with Maracas Jilver. with a small APl0 N0 1
,i daddi, Road. Ma.L-A1. e2 A ..rro, Duke Str..t. or P one Amsna,. 2? Bonde PoWell Stt.-- building thereon. I deal build, a ls.
r| 2JNT.r 0MMET July 3 Price 2,400.00 or nearest YOUR TIME COUNTY tothegoeo*%WANTD IMMEDIATELY AITOMA.ONE SINGLE ROOM ano Double Room 'Phone 6226.-June A,
f ig K Tq iME44 OUN otheg greatestdTIC REVOLVE L Write Box F-208, furnised with breakfam. 'Phone 5640.- i ....................... .
M aiswsaiit geimuie egg bred poultry. '- Guardian.' San Fernando. --June 24. f Junse 14 .i ENERAINMENTS A DANCE

| e blue. Dtgrbb -u r toi l *ans U ^ S l always* '* *June 14, No a B n ^ ~ -? .." ;! & S f
from 05 tibLbe im. carteriV always Id POMIERANIAN DOG wanted, toy lireed I
t- sIrOnle mnsWeey". CoSerpeer Dluke 0llipaoope'Phoneb 093, 23 19ABERCROMj erREET. Comfrt- AGENCYANNOUNCFMENTSPU UNDA sss
derte Acsreets. 'hone 4N/.A-Jaus '4oiwar d t0'd pcoI ANOUANS l' A LWs J'es l a
OMER K U.tO an d o Duk. il el IXuiwal'd Stteet June 25 ula M Single ean double tooms h luot itit 0iali .i i ,un f Ib
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et o"to 4629.-Ji.ii a15. __.U_____and ." Amr on nly. M 'Photo '3J. C. ALLAHAS-HOUSE A KSTATW ir ">* i ..i, a a pAJ .. m aus&
I1003 a AGENCY JMiai roo aeWti, oAr aniai Fersao, ahaao
A SCcOVY DUCK. Ducklinas, R. hode HOUSE WANTED-J O A .AGNYIlr t_ _SIVc t Satreeante- 5ia o rli'd.:
Coei. k-ens, other Lens. 'Phone WILL EXCHANGE MHOUSF t Maras. tSt.Vincent Street 'Phoe 59 1i na r a lraaca eni elel
D JeroCm A u 'Pon o.-June 1I6 i3.S.l monthly e aal, fr house i3s ciSty. ES FOR N Fr e PFreehold opertyA .Upper Charlottei-Autoe .--u l
ONE itRRD I'LYMeUIs and:K eCock 'Phone 6. Mrs. Chin Pang.--June 0 FURNISUIU or ucURNISHND House, Street. 4 bedrooms, with 2 RERSONAL NOTICES
A M d 4 H ers n. ,I t how le /elan d Rst dCOla Yw ih 2PE S N L O I E
......ad 0 uIR e tnndC1- l'acriua tsicta"lty aho water, sew Sg alnrages posee lonl .. $15,5o
'sB Rnea. RJMuMeR ley tL. riaot, Calvary WANTlED TO ENT ai iDatanta e. Apply. A1o4sO1 11911Lu ,. Freehold Property. Dundonald lt. $ 9,0000 THE PUBLIC Is hereby noticed that I
11111. aMan Juan--Ju~e ?

______________ ANEI Ar Hous onr^ Aprmn.fur- IUL'SM&U .VOgT y'k. ;1(15"0'*"' "*e "a '
WANTED-AROUNDfe Ap rt me cityn or Ator New Chattel Property, Crystal O eaporso to any det or
Uis h ed o f u n u r i s S ld ttf -STc aAu g ston e.& A- I S t r e a m tv a c a n t . . . . . 3 3 ,9 0 0 a c u t e io i. t e 01 or a ny w l de a to r c
DII OrUnU~U ed t Tni I lyorEN ,,Wi u trtSt Al;tO. n-Unfinished Chattel Property. Santa t,.iemeot, 5115 niitwig sell my care sag ro
LIVESTOCK FOR SALE s blibur, garage esential, P. ease reply to pece n by aplUD S tr ent. AI sL l. 5oo, Sro m I Crus Rosa $ 2.900 tectmi u on Januar y t,0u, u44.
O.. A TS IM llcit A ine, .Tog t rb erg. G rad- BOx1e01 K -Iut c'o "G u ar oan. "'- Jun20 1523 ap -b- 2e .Ig A et M Y ca E M ENT ,
Itasca. saddle RosadAlan JuLan UNFU"It. ISI4D MOUSEa. rtow about SA-s11, toi4 P.M.--Juns 23,'ChtePropeRly l t oseph11 CH ,A 944E CE ET
Sl0. 'Phane 5156.-June .0 DVacant ram Jly .UUA6i.dIjtOCoitlPrprylOdS.sp ;..~ CEET
COtow isisgt 4Sok131 Caribs kAi 1341an~Street. Aloan(Posaaesion) ni, $ 900 -Juoo 20 CiaXton Bay.
1, 4MILC CO~. Tw ikilstes Stck) lftU AINRoa.Alab RJNjesead.Vacat'Strts uly Aply JUB OICA Art herebyI herby unoiU ththatI
4 MaLCnu longer under tne cars and protection
eaoch nw thcau"lltfoot One O(eIKamstock) Ovance fortMouse an the city. Apply Ms oi a fomno-Jn s my nolongrandertaoriicharle andpoecither
With cell oi one about seven |lalti i Chin Pan, Phoee 2-June2 Several0O.herLarge andle mall Properties o Imy i onai aori t io harn e s1 neither
"Ilt. Sale at tie en Of Mr. Joselph Lee REWAR $100.00. WANTED B IY f.r Sale.am 4 responmpe ior any debt or debts
hiolpokeeper at Lere Village, Princes Town IEUROPLAN. 3 bedroom hou w ith 't w ith iae may contract.
.-4 Twelve ociock by Lionel R. sankisa garage, anywhere in resdetlntia quarters ..L U S.I.NROSETTATeHARLEy
j a t oe. t_ Ji., o , - ,' O f P 6 1- 8 9,- s '. o G u a r d i a B o x L 0 o U I a 4 ,1 L M A N T H O M A . . J i . . o , b a d .
TWO QOATS ard Ewe Kid Grade Wi.nko-Jun*1S. RHUSESOSOE AALL39CharlAtteLstreet-- 'PhoneSE90T.. ...
ldne- 3b Finland Street, St. James.- $50 REWARD for H nou odse i g locality. O RLE SITUATION WANTED
In 'room*4290.-July 10 AsNHOUbl'- S IAL"E, St James. with ,-Tobago. 'BloniY Say, siuir. LADY REQUIRES POSITION as tHouse-
I .......... Po"Allisliati. ,ll; ,Q % App q to oi4l Aciv.. Bargain keeper in small English or American taw.
eniace attest, or lewis uolt-aune Lb Tobago. "Louis d'Or," appr. ll. Appiy; MOX 1-I( /sO "'Guardlan."
I----L, kai.Lt M, Sau tr M U,.i warn all oAcres.0Junea e.IS
ME.C.AN-IFu lPlaa at ui a e'i Particulars at Office
and, Joe hUsA# u rtva ronave lum town. --Tobago. "S'peyslde Estate". apr. SITUATIONS VACANT
Aoupp"arr.--,unei s o 700 Acres. Complete. NIGHT WATCHMAN wanted. Retired
A-ppuoe sors-conear IS 'unuults,
ON MISCELLANEOUS FOR S.L.i. 31 11UNSlRai a*TREET, at. Jamea. 40 Alfredo Street. Just been re- constable preferred. Apply: Manageress,
AW A.NIBM TAU T,U J ewts *V8mA1m fttou ,Oi 00 WnoiAeale, Shoed, Ousra Invilio. Appiy, F Arlt, O er novated aiid painted; erp MAiD.ustJG ,Arlling to a ist nurse with
1514 TA UreT,1sa nKeats ando i O Altre tSreets, san 51iai darau.r.--oune is Empty Bungalow. Cacade... Cheap ch-ldren..... sl l. pe r monst Apur wt
bit Rp ,ou r JamesaNo ernando.-Ja 1 ru. e UVILu A.1t.,a. ammadlg pgs. 19 Quarry Street. Rental $13.60 3$,50 .r. usndaoary w permonth. Avli Rod, la-
& .eor'SaMtr-et,-Jins ,.8 MA 'TMAN WARDROBE TRUNK. S1a 0s 4,o4. 1,e10. ,5 15 32lo-iiv. J it.e 2 1 aValley Road, empty $3,100 Mr vs.A-JU n 0l" jiCalus Ua. &Co.
a Aact. 1Atbt.A tf & b Avenue, Sratr.. -eons 3 ILand. eppr. I Acre, and House WANTED-A GOOD OOK Apply.
t Ao lsoiu, O arS _Ur_ New ISASEOLD MUNGALW, thr. I (empty). Petit Valley, Diego Proda- Street. St.Chlar:-Jm 1 ....
the4 ACoTywtiner g um& 0GENERAL ELTRlC STOVE, stiltgtgy bedroms, lving aun g"ng ra m ao au Martin (near Garden City WANTED IMMEDIATELY at No. 5
aantl anaTypewr~t&ng exam.e uee. Pritc: 3451 Telephone1e1.-. ModernAn Cevienoes, No. aO Calutta Farm) ...........Very Cheap Mary treat, St. Clair, One Cook, On
SSHORTHAND. ""-k"90l4, 'TpFrowrt- June 1g ottest, 'Phoin se en i ats oee a. Bu sinuses Property. Frederick tr. MaId, both wtr h rsefteren; gool d waok ..
nlielunS Arithleti. at is m $r w"i H M .a'a, COWS, COgOA Mob.. and & -..-ne3( JIBargain. to thel riht Persn.-June 0
IDayca. u e 2a .aade.-JntsIa' s. orse l10w il Engine. Apply; danta Ure, ,x:W S6 ALOW., De1Ia Of rein- Over 1S Other Prop rtles f sale-S..
BLAt. --LA.tLJ I A.5 ~ 141111 ,state. Vangre esraBde.-srune 3 teju resa concrete, at W&o. WeWe*n Mail, List at office. ROOMS AND BOARDING
1tret.-Junie ,- ONE LAYINGo M 'alTuR Rabbits and '1at54l. St. ites. M e4ase4a0"e, A1ly. N.B.-List Your Property with L.G.T. for. NICE AIRY ROOM ton American. Euro-
,-TAA Iduo" ACADEMY., e'Mnl tLand 4 utsone narred lYmout sltock Cock; 'All, ie.V a. Jo nson untre dtmo.- Qu ck sale. No Sale no Commission. peso terarte entrance,; meals optional.
Anaae. bloont, Ioecoudary Schoolhof l boy e 11 4 rown Legorn Cock. 2, elmont -an it. 1J Hamllton in6.I. WOobrook.-Juiy 13
... t. Senior Cw .n.fh ldgeo witilers lHam.-iltuoe 25 i Uret.W. LEAVING Ua 0l--e
ON~ =: ~m ~~ To O0,n N.N uo sRtreft..jaug.esr *,,.a isMCIto nad. CAL C .as SMATT A ,COMPANV HOSUESTO LET
X. e y,,., iepnlcal.-.- 3i CYCLES w withelae ecarsto.Iexcellentru. i 1.- "--iiR pay*M dl Ieas. ,,7at. Vincent, Street, ,Phone6 591 FURNISHED BUNGALOW. Santa Mar.-
YTOUR MUSICAL- DRCAMU.COMEA idcndition. Bargain, 'Phone8813-.-t.-u ne 6 _i ....(1) Freehold.d. is Acrs Lond poe- garita. St. Augustine. Beautiful site, all
RU& Peisonal lnd corcsp d ce a. JI u S9TWO 1 .. .... . . ..one---gaens.MO US sessmon of boos t. lights, etc. Modern convenencs. Apply: 9 L n den
et;tit comirsee in P'ianiu Jass. MeMastet? TWO FISHING R ODS atl One PiA a a da ra. Ma It V Four'Roads. Diego Martin .,000 street. Port-of-Spain. Telephone SL .--
awtu -- -t-n PlanaJa-3 i v, aleh& x mrtusi .SAN,-mt e **
Moacl sca"U.-o 3 0 maiperla 5Hill taueps UkeLim new, 'Phone o6464.-June 23' W t.Ap". &Nub" ceSa. m..enoaamsyaStore.(2) Frseodi,,14 % Sille Santa Crux Jne20
Oien-iml meeI-sly3 ROYAL TYPEWRIITER. III Charlotte It r LL-AA LVZ N: Radcc Wa24 hr. AY9 RN
.... .,.,=t,,,s=tO Stree t. Phons 40,- Juns l6 I snssiow0 qL ALL. THA.T LOVELT te 5Roa u. poseslo
....r ..11'R1. INAntce JALndn Steet Os TR e o t6.. ....ESIONeILtt s taweage. 87................. D0 WANTED TO RENT
"ti .... oiolban .sant i,,ta's oiITEAIM usTerms toapprovedw e EmptyMatous.i0eve E o lasth WANTED TO RENT-AN OFFICE. Ap-
poain il 600 n v aft P= 63 quee Sret-Jue b s ase. Sti.Z41wrS s,Via.1O I Lnds. Lights. sewerage 5",No Ply' heWest Indian Coocrete Products
_J -BLUEPRINT EADIN Garanteed. 3 Edwa rd street. e a rest n .4 ( E.xcealeb.nt. t .. .... .... -uss,
te tura- Mec-anical. Map a .... ...... ...M...aiEUs, at re. StaretE STR5E0. c.. PIStreealleP hotn eLn WANTED TO BUY -"
is. Newton Bernard. $12 laS 0145.I RutSAN RICE MILL .with Emul.e, (Jamtes. $,I.tu AP l S. iareeso. mIsn tsr 170 Pay 1.500 cas ATDT BYtm-ee fFehl
set,..-July 0. sseut,, usn at ,..barga n .Cueult r a.ast ain Road, tapn.. F=..s Pesuls ..... .Lad wAthin TO mil- Ae of 5 JsphRola
'.J=P s n'ektAKING from os tm S m~ak Eae 3 outh ua. h ~ l9 e-. i a-cd 10. (4 t sa" want W a"'-''- '-" .......Anyher. Satin. wlth most beat Jserve hb eaily
it drsariraker. Adult ClassOe -Is. u. ..... ... I 305 S~at'S.; UMPLUTELY FURt. e jantms m e. I r~t Dany~ re grado. St us e eed rod btayvn p anlclr yo
I,tauaht on own material, CalI Non- I Nw TOERAutomati Otl-Sting Soia.iNssae, .iUOIGAIAJ.'.M lltd At "Manla s;ag. Everywhere. I v ue I~em Il a n. d proad W to BoV~a -Iou.a' of
bsI IS .. . ;,Park Sitr__eet, Port.ol-Spln.--Julu 3 ,ps. IL m~ i-.~t '.-jun "' -__ __" __ _ __ _ dln."'-June 16

lal, D~egsetl. --a IS. AI1 "Ttgla4ad Glsedia&'-J tui 11 MouBE At" I1' *Gta. "ad alwaysy Redne kN. S Brow -tt Lean 'ac, mutal$3.. $.,300; Invutenlst-
M.....h.... ith motos completed 1 Ptto t siarben aleMi Ra.Tna it leaN lan --- 40 er,$ O Pini ad 30-ue2

ENDS--.'-. W.OOD-all ale. N. 5 BLONT CIRCULR ROAD Mas-.i __-
15N NONEh4T gal o hlon es se ag30 I lrlse Avnu. n par ....l..ng...............M ICLAEU SLS
Ta, PYAME s n ,ao toMsue.155te~eea,.-I In wr.-ting, to Maine- stld GE? YOUR 114 Maeflema.d Vsross
pJ ie.i.Aeerma teL- ~. sa olnen vtee, est 6Aeea 1 an with Re. lt~, r- e Alanset tef405aO4.il.
far evrybody 100 oolj bISS ~ EFRERCAMERAw~th WeI 0E-.pea-Jee 33. qu't' aley rnts edet $e a -- ech P(.54ine1uTm
..... oo. ,-,=t o 5 ; Ce11 sex CmraIVCN aJa.LesSre.Lee-_ _ __ _ _sot rgSol;Abs Bs~ut~
Or LIES't0R--RIS 'teal ell f al. Cal S Ped~lo tite tepeefl Tutidad team Llwedy) '----tcal shl; Cosev, (Ieva

4Jk t Gmor,. ee; Chariotl (mar.. Saml jSO16 tot Meshast Ledges. euye5e SI. Augusine Gelau Moeen Prsola Bnsagalow, I M!*',_I
HA K LP 5 may41..SUSifet. --0 M V'OA~t4M.'uISE, / s a _d Vlotaeila- Road ...~ 55 r s~ang, d a eom the act isri1s r
ResesiSs I OP.Ihlad Waler Sreet Vsisie.............Jsamaai, ColeaolaMshVlge

S.~a5 llJ5 30 Jsroem14l. whMA h BUNG Mt ,ALOW. Woolbok t. |aabster.,S Dal~m-ersta 'oe I. mP-

-a--oaDS PIP IRTIES Me em B IN 'Whol Woei Plsa. Jmehat, nWe"
WoldRas ibi ens sme tet
Ilk kw,, 10 D. 110"k
~ S'~2~~!a 5r,* AUmi ew *ti"amF Ln t u 0 b ere IMtISed that I MaONE ShUTS CARRIASKE. hadndsw.
Not=t | tany t,-".Po163 -Juno
t~er Ams-.~1 '"~& .~I DeeObeese. haohft my 1S141Dori ta L SR rtHCTRIC eesH'
W e fts iI O.-tin lat hows addirct. ouped cld w,
s~ut as.er mnaan t **-ane ere e~se .-Judd 11 W ame Isss"e n 44,4k.w., 110 VONt D.C.G
is t"-'-w.....,- ._l-. ......
*4 am,"am sAIMets esIWIMMeme -oaeswitelhont, b d
ts. 14 mew. Please is'' Ite,.. Mugs-. l " RA~l I rae._.- an; ho I-na ,._ ._
$*owl. k' "110 5 a.l
14 1 Kim. Can be hisemo
ho ok a Nowe. P111111110y WA- Settled AN
9. qiset mirr mowh".ROL T
Wad ti, h ~ 5be. ~ RANSOIAR71
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me" I oftentt 11ra
Satu p.m. from hous of Mourning
*Lt. mt u tlS Ch t urMchthn". to Lapy-
Mn n..'Jther es. No. S oWr-
ik Street. migK t. -t 8,30 7. ayitefd31
in. fr o: no*tt Vrno
e.aaie4Awlatu em, tN.Y.). pan-
tu o M AbMe. dne. DW,. Na.
Itoklay Vf ]lueM. Manuel and Then
lOmW. The fuImal iv theM oues
=a=Una& No. T3 Norfok Btret. 4 S 430
p.3., to s. IPtant Otre, AI tltef
o Leiprm-Co m Oemeet. Prtf* and
taettve ar kindly 4 to Ia tans
ROSENOAL-IS hivtng meIMOr "
beies end a only child Be So.
vh. pawd away at Mieracaa Day oe
month agO today.
Within Thy #acred Heart, dear Lord,
MIry her precious soul find rest:
Thy wiln be done, 0 God of love.
Thou knowest what is best.
-Her loving mothe--Lilly.
WYNNE.-Iln memory of my beloved
mother, Ethgllna Wynne.
Two years have gone, mother dear.
Time wears off the edge of gristf,
But memory turns back every leaf,
Thrnght5 drift on to bygone days,
LIf moves on but memory stays.
Tnda% In our remembrance day.
Mnd* `"'e1 reat In pP"ce.
-Her loving son Ezekiel, husband
and family.


-,U'LH' d I.-l l -OR &ALE
The market. said property lease for 10
years at $30 month. Price $6.000 or
netesat offer. Apply; Box H-104, "Guar-
dlan."-June 1
HOUSE AND LAND, No. 10 Harris
Street, 8an Fernando. Apply: Carlls'n
Jemmott, 9 Coffee Street. --June 20
Land, 23 Gomers street, San Fernando,
posaesaeion. Apply: Sumesar Ral. "Guar-
dian" Office, or on premises.-June 20
BOOK-KEEPING Undertaken: Income
Tax Returns prepared.- 'Phone b226,
Vernon.-June 20
Ltd., will Build or Buy for you on Easy
Terms. 58 Duke Street.-June 18
RUBBER STAMPS and Racket Re-
Stringing. "Tattt," San Fernando.-July
antee Fully Protecti You. Protection for
the Chick-buyer is our aielm for making
what we believe to be the moat liberal of
all chick guarantees. You can Order Blue
Ribbon Chicks with full confidence of suc-
ces. Only Strong sturdy, 'properly Incu-
bated chicks could be so liberally Kuaran-
teed. Lewasey's, cor. Duke & Frederick
Streets, 'Phone 454.-June 20

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Some gynecologictal affections are
so manifestly in the realm of the
specialist In Diseases of Women,
that they will not be referred to
here. Only some of which are
amenable to gplfitl adjustment ill
be discussed.
(Dysmenorrhea) painful men-
struation, of which there are sev-
eral forms.
(Menorrhagia) an abnormally
profuse menstrual discharge.
(Metorrhagla) a flow of blood ..t
times other than the menstrual
period. These conditions are in
reaUlty symptoms rather ian dis-
eases. (Amcnarrhea) absence of
menstrual flow. Abnormal amen-
orrhea Is caused chiefly by expo-
sure to colds and wet, mental mr
physical shocks, sorrow, etc.
(Leucorrhea) a whitish dis-
clarge being a symptom rather
than a disease. The primary cause
should therefore be cor. Dated. To
ha"e these cond -ins corrected you
should consult the Chiropractic
DR. -AMES -OVL]L, D.C., P' C.
(U. .A.)
A the Chiropractic Health Studio
Member, Anglo-West Indies Chiro-
practic Association (Registered.)
71 Frederick Street, 'Phone 6524.




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