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


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Newspapers -- Port of Spain (Trinidad and Tobago)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Trinidad and Tobago   ( lcsh )
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Trinidad and Tobago -- Port of Spain


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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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ltuf - ABZ3083
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had moved their
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uist by our troops

Sot uof ships e and
Oferserathe flztlng is

fisod pr grs Isbsne
ewe-Organiseg do
%int 10 on the south-
ofa the Island. Charon
rne o f t hew sieable
a eontrei. The as-
|p, Japanese air and
launched oaln wed-
Wig after an Intensive
bombing and bom-
8 It andf eIghbouring
PP points.

ItWa nuoctdto nav
ON the rAt objective of
l forces In orut t
Saeglninngt of a cam-
Ot. control of the Marl-
l4,,15i slands which
.f 2 square miles and
Al relatively fBat and
Its operation lof air
of such bases would
_n bombing 'planes
ranow of the Jap-
e d4for most big
Bfy out to Japan
to bae in th Mad-
l base, Batpan would
V worth. Its harbour
* 5rican force overruns
will be cut off from
PBam, former American
t to Japan three
&W war's gutbreak,
be closely flanked.
IG mies aouth) of

L Soldiers'

"'Itlltence of death by
fino~mmed about mid-
aon two Adse-
Afte Bowman and
Sat an American
South Wales for
a 30-year-old
tok "isme in a
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a patient for 11
1ent day the two
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Allies Develop --.--

Drive To Cut Off

Cherbourg Troops
8UPBMX ALLUI) IEADQU RU M S, June 14 (AP>-Alerca ....
troop, slashing westward fromn Carentan o a 10-mile front, have
reached the high ground within six miles of the La Have du-Pults '+ ,e
junction of the last German-held rail and highway lifeline to the |
port of Cherborg and within four and a half mUle of the secodary7
junction point of St. Sauveur le Comet in what was officially de- ,' ----
cribed B 'steady progreM" In the development drive to cut off a 5
capture the Cherbourg peninsula. 4 -- --
This advance spoeared to be Alw|p M o Pr
aimed towards St. Jean do Daye ...1 AAv M ak
op the highway linking St. Lo and
Caretan ttent f the ain was
not disclosed officallly, but It ap- 'Widesp
narec robable that the road sl- C L
ready haA been cut about five miles
west of UAson. Air KR ids '
rA despatch from a Rtut'orc
respondent with the- American
troops says them was 1 ttk *Y AUSTIN &ALUMiARL
doubt that the GeOmans are SUPREME ALLIED uEAQAUAR-
building up for full-scale counter- TRS, June 15 (AP)-A near re-
attaksto prevent the peninsula cord forae of more than 1,00
belug cut. Meanwhile, they are American heav bombers plastered
striving to hold the Americans German tr fin't and air de- AMWW Ih farc I nthe Pacific ma
atta in with everything they fences over a l0-uI area ,of ttlmAte a-Teky--hen they
can throw in. In some sectors, Prence today while tactical ut Jalpaneebase of 8alipn, the
even enemy slgnallre and gun- of the Allied air forces tightened awltt e sr-ase bombardiment.h
non have been used atWan-their support of generall 61WBer' L i ke of e", bembrdeait
nm have been ud f nard atr eari es with no Tky.w-herli
teit around the irregular front Ninth US. Air lrce Marauders 'new u
starting on the northwest, this was hitting ltauflao a lm ost In
the battle situation as the invasion sight of the AAmican lines. hnn its
wnat kin toVelth day: The bomber fltt 'Plane Chindits Open
Qulnevi e: The American right assembly plants, slrf rail
exn te s .e ne of se.eaw f An flurt Th
action in which the Americansm s found = mo weather te As a lt
took the town, cM local j sng most of the targets and unloaded
across the Quinevlle-Montebourg itherA siasul I t
road. Oetv Included the alrbase
MON* ~ atOBoUTeLauN, railyards at n On Mogaung
MONTWOKUlRG OUTLFIANKED lame, 70 miles northeast of o
deaux. and other targets at ----
Mntebour: Still in German Nantes. 120 miles south of the SOUTHEAST ASIA HEAD-
hands but it was increasingly out- fkhtingx area, I Pl sMoalere, M QUARTERS. Kandy. June 1<
flanked on both sides by the Ame- miles east of Nantea La Frier, M(Rauter)-A strong force of
Aa rt Division which took eight miles east of Itm and Chindits. mainly Brittish, have
and put the Montebourg Beauvatls. 4 mt" no"th eaf m.l Valamu highway under heavy At least oeM ta0 0m e to attaeo tme Importante
Gemira -many, but fle an MM ae o rail centre a"d bas of
P 'rt L'Abee: Airbtorne A ieri- did not the M ea M m et 3 m
can. 41 miles northeast of ft, No IWAA
0arvu le Comte. ara ne r 3Yistna! k*t -mf.l*-C ln -- VB- w tBeX i
2='d l iStiBSsusWe jt mW on strong
,',t. e". countered about N Germa defenlve position John Nixon.
;Oentcn: The American thrust 1 tars which made two o sharp BB.C. reporter at S.A.C. says
Sasas now we ar s de- ca at the bomber ,mato. It was the Ohin4ttW touhest as-
fenSvely flooded ground into the $ N O signment yet althog tev have
fim land west of the village of NAS DOWND Sev nt 10 dy In destroy-
Deaupte the Germaxi acknowledge ing dumpsIa r cutting somnisnni-
ptth e Americans have reTehed T To trtg flihter rou cato in Bun .
Pretot, three mtes beyond Baupte down N fhter, whie The first attack on Mogaung
d harelsmiklesonLaHvebomber unners downed seven caght the Japanese unawares and
and barely six mile from La Have more planes. Three tin'ted 8W ,echandte ue ~ ot
-P theGerman 1th Mto- more 'planes. Three nted States the Chindit captured much booty
du-Pults the German 17th Moto" bomber and tWree fighters were including anm amanuqfti down
rined Infantry Division with some lost. 0 estimated at Mrailwa dam
tanks wre crushed lbck In [Renuter reports anotherigh s TheB..C tere
eounter-attaetreot aohe o h'.04 r~ tr sv
counter-attack. 5 1 nGerman fighters were 4a this new e en ovon W n 1w
Wno: Allied 21st Army Group troyea by i RA Y snos wI ch occupy Japanese forces which
darters disclosed that te pounced on a ffe qu- would otherwise be used galinat
Americs advanced westward in ..rontan i General Josph ostweU at Ka-
the Vre and Wk River areas near- near Paris. Te RAP. stmaing and MyUkyoaand it &-
ly halfway across the baseof Chatr- one fighter. lOIwa the Amerifctn Ohdlt and
bour peninsula. Particulars were Fighters contend to harias Ohinee forcs now to exert the
withheld, the enemy Immedlaev behind the greatest ossible pressure on the
Caumont: The town is in Allied battle gone. splattering troops triuanile formed by Kamailng. My.
hands, with operations still in the material and supplies with rockets, t rtoda nd Mogaung.
patrol stage, but with prospects of bullets and bombs. On the Assam-Burma border
early expansion. Marauders concentrated their continuous rain was reported
efforts on the village of Viler- from the Imohal are an lar
(PL<.AE TURN TO PAOG 5 COL. it BO areas of the Imphal Pln have
__________ R.A.. Tactical and Coastat been turned intr shallow lakes. but
Command unite ripped the enemy 14th Army troops, advancing uc
Con liand and at Bsea. the road to Kohima. are now
resident ve a Coastal Rcmvmean_ Beautighters about 20 miles from Imphl.
T ps 'rte by Polish aircraft at- Further east, the Sikhs have
aisPeapt-rensthe AI outr ,nown
U.S. Peace Plans on e r s, r a when Ae men as veret.prm
WASHIGTON, June 15 (AP).-- ohinia. Allied troops have ad-
Prdeldent Roosevelt today made (PIEASE TURN TO PAG8 COL.. g Vinced another mile to Imphal.
public the Admintstration's conoep- ,.. .... ....__---...
lion of a poet-war international
peace organisatlon providing for a
council representing all natonsto i .1 hi mE
S ern itself w th the settlementGau Leaves Orders
of international disputes and to
preent a an toAbout Civil Affairs In France
The Presli~ent 'aid the organisa.
tion should also Include an Inter-
national Court of Justicoe. .-
Mr. Roosevelt issued his state- LONDON, Jun15 (A -a.a nt step towar emat
mnt after a conference with Mr.W et t 4 1 nan
Cordell Hull, Secretary of State; the rough spot ic Anglo-Amerisa and Preach relatona, General
Mr,. Edward Stettinus, Under- Oh o dt re t n
Seeigsry of State; Dr. Usaiah do,055115left Instructions regarding the resuptoof civilian
Domen, and Mr. LDeo Pavotsky, affairs In F nce n during hie swtft visitt to the wr-scarrd shores.of
wo l a tvhe state Departmnent
whomhave been working on pot- Normandy yesterday. This was diseldled In a communique tiued by
war planln.tlhf. eti r i I_

He said It was thought that thil
orgaisation for international Go-
operation would be a fully repro-
maentative body with broad repon-
sibilltles ,for promoting and tfall4-
tating international c-operatimon.
He id the organisation "would
provide for a council elected annu-
ally by a fully reprsentaUve body
of all nations which would include
the four major nations and a suit-
able number of other nation. .The
council would concern iMtelU wit
t Oe Ieaeeful stUtlement of atr-
national diputs and with the pe-
veanton of threats to peace."

Jamaica Medical
Men-Iere For Talks
Dr. Rolla 3. M1L Director of
tba nu Cu of xygyene, JZ 1C7.
M aT n mu6dra for Dar-
bairn wb be w10 sonfer withi
members of the staff of Sir Prank
awokdar, Oosnptroler for DO- I
vlonmnt and Welfare l tnie
Waes Indto _
so i "-havWng s erto of
AuLks haMrsatas A n ub g iM

PiseFro .nvFrm ef tm vice. er----- --- -i--_
It emphasiss the ""j eata
reception gvn the u Five For Jamaica
ed to b um big de nA for meet- W T elf are Course
tion of the 01 Canka 54115s volea=.ms 'mo hm55h
of Fran"e. pwa.treo A
The communique said Gerama ers-ond sne wom have been
de Gaulle was v "a meet soy- eotet to taM e the ix months'
insU demoMtaraUon of eMam and iMlal welfare ousen Jmes
devotioa-n" by the population f thi. year. the "t'mdad OuardM "
Isigny amd that elewhers he waa learned yesterig.'
greed "in the me atmoespheere Thoe ehoon are: WMr. Oaem
Of immrese fersuI." Se M the B.C. 8ehool., Ptot
laneaMt eOaueie ems back Purusn: nr. Eal Kaloo. of Tuna-
itan Mlo wearive ars e O : nMr. Oits14m= of .4
aedlf teyaraag ba predmTr Krest, Port-otp:n
he smeto Brtlt. to Mr. I bod1% Sbola of t0e*Opa-
MEN d Mr M.;5

'DRsM -an 5115 yr.

3 Price Inspectors

*e other bMe step toward their
Faned on Wednesday en the bg
Maianaa Group. su edI a
Satan bring the s wa hi
trial taretos were bombed by the
P'rttese utetrday.

Turkish Foreign Minister
Resigns Post
ANKARA, June 15 (Reuter),-
M. Mensmemcioglu. Turkish
Foreign Minister, resigned to-
day owing to lack of Cabinet
support of hL recent policy.
wh'e M. Craroglu. the prie
Minister, made a statement to
S Allied jourfalats about the
r ue of the Dardanelles by Oar-
He de rd that Turkey's
potenttaUtM would nMw be
MW AOA *fte t wB~t. PAW" or
the Unitd A tn.Tw

detained In harbor and even
German merchant jih0e wou'd
be oarefully marched to mel
sure they were in fat mear-
chant shlp.

Soviets Take

2 Rail Centres

In Karelia
LONDON., June 1S (AP),- The
Russian communique today an-
nounced that Oeneral OOworovs
troopa continued to smash through
the Karelian defences and cap-
tured two railway statAons, and I1
fortle stronoint on the Moody
path ot VlurTO.
Ratil centres sealed were Muwl-
maki and Ino, which Russian sour-
era in London mid were an the
main line to Vilpurl. Mustomaki Is
a station on the Lenlnmra-V1llmrl
railroad and a ofew miles northwest
of Ralvola important point already
In Soviet bands.
The war bulletin said the six-
day offensive carried the Rtuiaas
through two heavily buttreed
zones for a ain of more than
miles on the front, nearly 50 miles
The Rusians pronged drive for
the possealon of Vinland. aceler-
ated as General Oworoqtv's rein.
forced Army sundered the barrier
athwart convelng upn Vipr.
The enemy drained hiu resorotme
hold the Soviet surge. bkmbinm
hiways and railroads with *Mat
timber and heavy tone, but -
cow reported that the ostaeM
were quily scattered by Red
former whfic wer obviously over-
whelmlngy Superior mn men and
Preparatory to the lstorming 01
Vipurl's ramparu, the Russian Air
Proe last night rtided the kM
port whth may be no farther than
l or 30 mles troa m fatel
tmvtuMw vSmt unt.
*Hed sar" reported Importawt
galus cn = eft "an after bciTW
Sadples eat toqa e
Ume. M:e- into PRO" pa.
UfO dibosd that % O
bawmhip Osiaber M euie a ow
ON heavy uruleer Ki, bValcMl"
I *5MU EWISVabion O the rim m6

bee I

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Key Town


Allies Pierce Defences
Set Up By The Nazis
Fleeing In Italy
RtOME, June 'S (AP).-BurstagW
through another dne of defenes
t*rwm up by the retreat ( Ger-
mans beyond Rome the Allies cap-
tured the rge ttalaw towns of
Orv1elt, Aqulla and Narni tn a
gIendrt advance, fyhtUng tonight
m the outeslrts of the Imnpcrtant
Industrial communications e ntre
of Terni, 4 miles north of the cap-
Amermian troops moving up the
Tyrrhesian coamt capturedd Masll-
Ano and threatened eIgobs, only
14 mles from Orosseto. Thev had
entirely cleared the lateral highway
t74 rMunning inland fram the coast
=athe northern shore of Lake
Ma Llentenant-General Sir
Oliver Leese'S forces were checked
on the outskirts of Terni by blown
bridWe and stiff Oerman counter-
[Router aid the Allies have
encircled Term. This Is a key
Communications town and alsoim
has many armament factories.
Ternl Is 50 miles north of Rome
The Oermans have been trying
t3 hold up the Allies on a line
running from Orbetello, through
Orveto to Terni and ending up
on the Adriatic The latest Alled
advance seem to have put paid
to these attemp It t limprob-
able that there will be anything
like a full-scale battle for some-
time to come although the AUles
will come In for plenty of spo-
rdlec fighting.
Allied aircraft few about 2000
ortiCs yesterday besides the hea-
vy bomber attacks on oil reoin-
eres Oin Hfungary and northern
Yugolavia. Medium and fighter
bcmber attacked G erman co-
municatoMs In the battle areas.
EBghtee enemy aircra were
etro and I8 Allied 'planes

Way to cslt AtNis.d
"i*-me .iners on the big rail-
way centre at N* 1

Truk Given

Heaviest Raid
QUARTERS New uInea, June 16
(AP).--It was announced thts
momt that American bomber.
unloaded the heaviest bombing at-
tack ot the war on Truk, Japanese
Caroline Island naval base.
The 'plane M dropped 100 tons of
bombs on the atolls during day-
light raids on June 12-14. They
destroyed buildings and shot down
nine nterepting Zeros in blast-
lag Dublon an Eten Islands.

Churchill's Risk
Of Life Criticised
LONDON, June 18 (Reuter)--1r.
i Winnto Churhill's visit to Nor-
ras waS trong.y critUCIed 1
th ouse of Commons tonight by
Captain Cnn ,ham-, oon-
servative who declared that Mr.
Churchill should not ristk his life
unasnmIrly. "The repercumailon
oould be far-reaching and serlous
f aythig re to happen to
his Captain Cunning.
"H h creaMted quite enough
Sanxiety already by his iliesmeeM.
Wnls dsamorbed h may be of
agai m a too a bhegets outside
his anxious iendsi il kthis o901.

Stalemate Reported
On Disk Islan1
(AP).--It_ a s sneIs this


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Tokyo Repoted

Main Target Of Ne

American 'Planes
WASMNOTON. June 1is (API.-Whl a brief WIar- -M- .,
bullein reported that M Sup"er Fwrtree 04 the *NltM U
Army Air inj bombed Japan today. RevrmtaUltve Btarnes mtf.
0a1t (Alabasnal told the House of ReMrentatlvee that Tklt ,
proper wa the taret fNr t*e bombeM

Mr. Starnes sid he was advised
froes g*od sources that "mveat de-
struction" had
bum caused Isl
pokal by t arge r.
number of Amer-
cern 'pi e dh.. le -
did not dull 1
the sources of h
Information. but

Mtol PIPOa-coal h -mto
men ba thIat n-
fOrmaLUd I rwrG

nolcla tamIa.a~n~ Bg
A Toekya e Japa

Ula*iu~ e r.ae
east thame ti A the 3
city of Yawata,
sitted onCght _

partmens from thed a h e
gaurt Jmbrad rgeitis
naval bamse f
Shirmonwk l h e I

one of the a -inlad oa AN. AOLth
pa ta rgets.I
Reprosentatlvo Manseo Demo-
crat of Alabama) said the Want
DenaJrtnmeat had advised him the
i4 bomber hod hit large citires
an the mailantd of Japan. but he
had o Informationm yet on the re-
Matsitsc maid the assumption
e@mit beb&hat reference wa smade
to Tokyo and Tokohama.
The Armi Air Porep tersely an-
nouncing that li mammoth B.U
buper iotrtreses bombed Japan
today, disclosed many details of
this super airplane.
At the same time the War Do-
Iartment disclosed an equally spec-
tacuW r llftazrv organtmatift.
hitherto temenuioned-the 2%h Air
lre-w to lh li vhte. lbsoart..

Air Fur*e are made tore P
one weapon designed to hit the
enemy with unparalleled reach and
power, the other the military au-
thority to use such weapon any.
where In the world Independent of
Theatre commanders.
alUnt any other air force the
Xth Is responsible only to the join
Chiets-of-Staft. General Arnold
will use it as a strategic air force
directed from Wasihlngton.
The Super pFortress aod Its em-
ployment were complemented by
te most itgantic produrtlon pro-
Wrmime ever conceived for any
Weapon of war. Virtually every
Industrial centre In America Is con
tributing directly to the output of
the huge bomber which already Is
rolliln down multiple assembly
line In five great airplane facto-
In addition, ome eeembly plant
Is so large that It has the status
of Prime ContraCtor. TheM pro.

Tntormar ton MI e "0tw IMRt
tress Wa Ied In monidef s f
todav with th. dleatutUtne
bad bombed Jusan. Wrts
raIn "h a '"niai a"d
to Instct it thoroulblva n
ThYem detais of the 9f
tMrt ees may now hb Ib u it
w, I au e 141.tl.
fo~h M fo Its helMt .-
It s a hWigh doTal .in. f
landlng gear end l all-meal
Although tUh targetsaat
Super Forntresses remained m maX
tar secret-until suamh tM U .'
ihe JapmaneMe might bogin IW
account of the raid---evral iRmI
of the Japanese war UO
likely choice
Among them are the follo*
Tokyo a citv of aome a .OOOnUM ,
suburb crammed with ft'tMS
mostly n'w and brought latIe boIn
by war produetlon, ItS cente OO-
tainig the palace of nMPK WeMi
rohito, surounded by imW
buildings housing the OoT M
and big buslnes. Nagoya VIN
west of Tokyo. centre R tia I ,
pi's bombing aircraft ind
and important military VPo Mwi
a war population of m
The Onakk-Kobe-Kyoto teIa
mdn'lusrial hea t of the "
where thousands of factortie
working in war product, T
Indstril trlanCi b hea=T1i
laured-Ovsks hfiWP_ _~rfu~

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of lagasaki.
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U.S. Opens-;New-Type
Air Offensive On Japan
L TO-.DITAXCBAmerican aircraft on
'. April 18, 1942r*took the war to the
Jap anese Islands or the art time by
bombing Tokyo, Yokohama, Kobe, and
SNagoya. The attack took the enemy by
" surprise and brought to him the realisa-
* tion that his home islands were not be-
yond the reach of his opponents. Until
yesterday, when American Superfortresses
bombed Japan again, the Far Eastern en-
emy may have been inclined to regard
the 1942 raid as a freak attack. But he
has now been warned that the intense
air war which has weakened the remain-
ing European limb of the Berlin-Rome-
Tokyo Axis will soon be waged against
Tokyo was again a target of yester-
day's attack, and the mention of Super-
fortresses which are aircraft of long range
Sand lare bombloads indicates that the
new blow was delivered with greater
power, and consequently with greater
Effect, than that of 1942. Coming at a
. time when the war in Europe Is entering
* a new stage, it is a reminder to the Jap-
anese that full Allied power will in due
time be turned against them and that,
unlike the Axis, the Allies are waging not
two wars but one war of coalition.
It Is probably no coincidence that the
raid on Japan was made at the same
: time as American forces were landing on
Saipan, In the Marianas, less than 1,500
miles from Tokyo. Capture of the Maria-
na, which are suitable for air bases,
would bring a new threat to Japan and
*W plae hl within easy range of big bomb-
"L The Salpan landing and the bombing
should bring new concern to the Japan-
ems, in view of their unrelieved succession
of setbacks in the Pacific and the fact
that the Allies are closing in on them.
The attack by the Superfortresses has
been described as a new type of offensive,
because the attacking aircraft strike
simultaneously at a single objective from
far-ditant bases. This, it seems, should
increase the enemy's difficulty in coping
with attacks, and make for effective and
co-ordinated use of our ever-expanding
air strength. The results of this revolu-
tion in air warfare, if it does develop, will
be watched with great interest for their
effect on the shape of the war.
The statement by General Marshall
Is an interesting commentary on the new
type of air offensive, for it shows that
global war is not merely a concept with
the Allied military leadership, but one
Which they are making an actuality. The
placing of these 'planes under the super-

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161n.,t~g. to,.. :'omod: : ^ ^ ^ t ^ & W S '^n^ ^< .^'. %
bualsOd be have beenbogth tw1# bed- Co"sIedSe u -

easy range and under the regular a wk
bofdg Mwuldnoe u. c-au--apren TtaIi'" u Ol^eu l En" c Onb /ApplicationsON onI tag for th. be p s- up
except AWN twocase. sAIuI vacan eih and Dox E w 5S 8ubB 1110 140, 1
May!it.through heas A.0_ RlUb hIM Of sedWt. vat the/Pawel stati,. nVI Dlout

toUC caro e heewy -t .- Epet ,. .td-.,. m"is-toA ,C-old-t" oworg et snor y o ertnm ic OPIWA S T tiaabUS4
eatujent3 apl ertmenthIsoUks S

a monh, an th-l WO l appl als tomid '-ipan exreel d kan-a _O W-Iotrii wan t yornue.. alThe eny.t, at ^*S Vnwn llw beprdM orte ,"
Sig Ct t, P e w those it u t ut ton t whae i n the
Forage slf Munti led Oft twoobed an who h o -. O or a 1.1.
Tore ucurop a?. $ I gaHom ea-i tSc r teeta nvisagesmy n tee oftachin"esynlq. An
1e1 onthy Moundilo ornea Wch et Ed, nda n e Ar _eMano ycapt d nteead ther women an i o l, a
T HE n F w ad or b yn th aor1 t p11 w or0 wofant s paore t Thed agtis n aonb ewith ai -S -

buidigpored on taese forop apsasthoents, Utn. Ofwar mck tindb t. -nu_ ,t tod ooncn, t fatescir, wll men now wellterwall.' A lo tpppewlllon ctll full- Tmartr hA
thioul detyui e hLVOmgIan priateUUUaIn wJob t t e en aetr th .41mt i iy op &r
the Mwsurapo mule pasture equireft e~is er.. a sala-a"at the rate In Rfls

eonsertwin to 1asd aa rmentdh,5 a i e 'JSorIano eeaiageled n who0 a&mles.Teworld will be short i Per annum. wi wr iflu5 Ate S
Inoent Stret jetty I diapaceM ar I V U lse 3 SI atSems'veryting men need-food, Is d asopyabl@,te. pesnOfae

Constructin onof 13 or pmothe oehaeg*na Bo d t t- a- oetn .n ana expewnte s ubWtte gor
ver4 here p7e of the twer ddle w ... ........tr ithein per u i .nItend ent S Pnum et
1tur ge.d eth a geseteod efrom od ak uand mwi a an t m orge eonlt e n S t.hne oerartmi n, at. V i e V o Olo

such s an ncrese inthe sze o bed- w S= 21nis of ^ our Aoniow isk% h ?^ ^ ^^ n"^ ^ ^
oal ofn7, and thi rould psre P ad tch es at tansan, weInoM t.sa t Wbe pamhnts the rke whall athe cent, and ppticnt of rgeese l ob. aied r T
sh wrh we wod aftr th wen whatdo thie tde iarl barseoilngs oaf th ia h ant ne, C 1
t crthe oourrtt seese, elheide wla e nte d twe be S r wtoC ln. 1ynfy ( 1 .t ohesai A.n cntai f
building woul ontains forarflls o~Re t Hrs~eS he p t Discusse 5w(, Idued enronsiproem~ent~l s al weko ell there willse parents 1ueintenofsth aplicant'. qu BalfcON&DHM
ecaeuleptlyn cosiesrwed, rteght rwveeda l h a and fthe wor were the nee oft Te pon A
subec.st s orh-= e b tetionisisondteent.SUS

S* o eel tortures conseratio n gor these tw o toutheS cupeine dent.erletnt ot ___r,
tur.The riety council b romm$20tto, $25 MM. each to troce: in s byway rpet and wlwantmore clothes elphne

a mont andrt thia would sappl e n() Pofan. S exe w etaremlyd t an o WteOf p harll want te mdaeres up all the cetn wmtdb e e e led i notat nerfr OTm

reortission teeproposals hao howpeevter ^Thrn. ~ JvM"? mldkdm to ndanw1 7^ San11-^ T.^
th otgs hc oudb ftoadTee 1o5,n teos bsegi wihtell Idea areawo buyintht. Altho e warl hasmhanrtteJue, re
worind18ed on tht aondly sfleoo ttAen dt ach Tbn th wor afte rthe n warpwhano Webouthtae the warweoutcamloo oot- amoe o us vr d yt atOh talt
three-bedroom types. M~t fl~fO~hapS Discusse--ward fenrmom t us vedetal vall u willantogetrth hous painto eels.'K AONAD A
shoeglrdnd whte btteeatVeme n is ta the ae mene ai nduthy w ye difet atr1 hated beent
oThe cdity Ctuounct i is r ,at ien. C O hing" i l to posue forsy waCn re t anb cory All the wo ma nid GtelephoneDepament.A Ifu
xepote oetwn h caese phro a ot and s, ot w er ia Jacndb m nto ina and r pha ing. a acto prod i w illwnew.dresean allsthe Tl __dagnnina _e
Swor unciog ac spel ena mpn sdui. Te.A loetro peopleen euirll u Stil
re o hmend ed ltn onlyst i nge cotageesot ri s ch. r noshe w t hatoeson t aboutttthiskn o tmT ln i
famiihforperswouldbehousofthedinonermiddleetberthasbyairrvon-fturfar srom tIt;isdor th-ake vacu e will be wandio g ets
"n.Withouh eorspl elves willneda byage, m' l rnia

suld bTherenbuiltadtthe ntfrum $20 to $25 hLFREDMEND gL oonysideriofthesIdea tholacft At thesm eItoduhesrebynotwiendenth yeardici h
ofmontanh, andrdad sag ase mor hn ethtia er le ougt uhbe lango allth ea-n T b u tbeeMteeI

Theret is, to~prp~ begin wieth.g thedin Idea11 arrar of bt luyig hat e wr hastha 30th Jue 1164.....
wbthweenal and $20da cottagesIthbeha houSElwneo toAanothbt after t aheuto r wacalo okd tocr and bulpdngs Ite wm.oncear f an said
class for whom the scheme is intended, but may I remindw n Mrs Lindblad r btts or the manststey dan wtahring warath pmage. n J bee rentCed &or ACefncANDRA
aewand and tpkeep. Arenin wann new d a all the
repra It s the hea eapae vr Mr. co n dub ctded estowAtd wor, pm an d elfdhi tscidpea men a ing d A lo tho anf Toheo o wai p r e r
caighouse fore persona tthe l awermiddle, b et Edtor, beraitheInfair cricis, Ws dan'tofthemseles ms a w te stall hoill bewtin to get FOREMs is hrb noLAY tha t e
"a AouCOTOLBORD 'iUine

It has also suggested other t modifications ouse wnersto thatsOthe e tur u aned nftantod; tha;bi ea gosame baulend few shon s ert Uied tyeite asOl lo f
such s an ncrese inthe sze o bed-As~e s ufenBored andt nthe irha mnd s ;a tloo ivew them Idan ohatr- tNow, sameo m n dyc u st roduceill b toc sn t do 0us 7 .Viet8r

sholbe paabuilt, consderhationeor wentsherould =^W NOTIC Year havet beeny Dot^ w t ede.% ^.^t y sot
wisdom, to provide lisaton f tunt y of profiting from bitter cx- these things there'd 1e no trouble been allotted for the Ia rt-of-pan,
uee thwe eafa Ince aeitsise of bed-asth, as est od ad igve t hman opor- N. If m u pruc-o ota o StVnSt
ornos, and through-streets in all cases protecting poor tenants? Now that perect at all. After the war thrre'll be nortatlon or Typewriters. These ______________
adtents cannot be ejected at the ut otis ua people themselves money about. Haven't we ll en Used Typewriters will now be
se U e ewhims of owners, we find t said learn the len and to take the saving y yearsna d ain-e la ad oth s CO
the pr the eao willno doust e that landlords are Sbuilding and action. One of the lessons I hope in certificates COCeOrAen tha. a oo
ihfo perj. sesoidea llno do1mid letting for ch arity." they will donthavoe 'learned Is that there ome tax credits and all the rest bY therb Un hte Sotat of e CROP
rUll onsd5aer f tho we hpethe When I siged tIll-used Tenlant" be no short cuts and no easy so- of In there we shall b ae with our for New Typewrers for 194.
clanfo ri d thohe weI hen e.b.MI did not object to payi ing l10 a for utlon. Nothing Is made better by shortages and our mi aoney to s amake T
negotiations will n ot be unduly protract- what was worth $ I simply spoke p non cing cur e on the ol dea r them good. Ls SPENCE, : ro t
ofr the torture w scuter ct r .ene^a~on or theGovernment o0 Mid Sherticle Secretary, Control Board. Arewemen hap orte
Id in viuewto th ere using fotagne. houe of ne t se tre tta t vort generaofo o the U yMa Scm betweed d thppoetir of
Goend at ieof oth ho' oingsehands of a selfish house-wtner wh any other cheap and easy sS Ps ,peoatthe exception of tes
Commission proposes to complex te the use d these methods to et me o The place to bin any neer Now what do you thn would 7 St. Vincent Stre B.
ainvacate the room so thato he could overhaul s in our own minds- happen f the we took off all the con- veoS"in.tter te wherebynthe E.n ,m
work in 18 months and the sooner it caon turn it over ton a friend of s and Ideas we have about our own thn e trles let allo the mn and women rthe act l ex
better.f M. iddwue asunfortunated tereste and the interests of other oudt of it army as fast as we could, 14th June. 114. and drecn chart aa d
begin the setterdob be hat andlord start eaci di a people, n. feelige. entertain and left everybody free to make allonio madrofitis olon
The City Coumcil is right, however, with An unneceary wrangling, towards other people, other groups good the shortyae the best way T.- dd en t 1 proft o .erse
am sure she would think der- and other co ntrhes. they could? There woUld be ta mad tniaGovernm oc
caeul 1conidere through w t o Ihclhe nId"ri s tT van w ery gros eata heighatofu e nasy ag anst? l eoere welse al quantityour the wTp rt of th e
to ask exclusively for cottages and not ently oett ayh n In the war vwe have o the whale crambN with everyone ompetg es bnt Yo ten 4
apartment houses on the mule pasture, and the many tightly-l0cked houses selfish unity. All of us in all clse of goods ies than people's r~iquire- ---.. mar fo ditiuto .
nac-waiting "sky-high" prices will be have shown readiness to accept seac- mentsh on the basia ofa theaw N
This scheme will constitute an extension for rent againIe and, when those ife and hardship in the interest o Pri would go skyrlcketin a up;
of Woodbrook, and cottages are more ome, I hope our Rent of our country, and for th man with the lo purse would VACANT POSTS
Slent Board will continue t tie twan our country In wa which do the best for hims ll; the t doh t ON t- onf o o
sion prpoesto wel setion and do as egod a job ae we all profoundly belive, man wd get his motor-car be- -ia.
valtb fre roeadl they are doi ang te to day rn ea n pot o and pans; the mill k o ire kAPPLICAT.oNfS are inved from All produh e M
with several families. Besides, cottages n urn iTN to a n of t I at o .tor- the poor housewife man ot her new 19
if -ors. LSindblad If we canunftun a t keet upa th o thaetstoanotherget hi the ar mas ioast a s fe uld 14yth J s uItal ua ehrey notified tha
give a greater incentive to pride of po- odardf ewhenn peace comes thtis douse; sicoekeyreqired ptinthet t theer e followingposts oh thee a in cehs wa
sessi on and upkeep, and to decent family -good hope of the better ctu m teof o v ernmen oa Id a the keTrinidadr oGovernment Anly y ipea
But theg "ls dy hs a e',B whito very grathihtsof-agit enw oneg t weali oo aorr the Tityaa. Ireon Eet r 1be4f.lg ado i
life It is true that apartment buildings hmr. Swon Defendedycnthe ahel wh sa AllO ge f ous r -I would be delayed far longer than eo
canousmo e erson t th ac, at Thit tEdtr Tl en to to at h r oug-h e t ote ought to be. tn CAtAND WAGON O the bsr, f
flOfolrday tsough threds anr sfish ead ofe t akin deliberate steps O cMA N to Aad hrc
anhousemoreperson e a re b s c, E Id hop, "tay e ar.Ren efouorytshen e and seorfh-cta mtve oman wit haneg puserwoltdy CANT PO STS t,4 .-.a -" t the'Pool
tOf qo ndwn reply tcotg a the letter Published netsc Anust ast men have so oftcgivthenbeesreoryeies Ao thiat we cE oruu alter ta-'tioeto
the "Trinitdad Gtardian" of done i of the p est p or exerta tods so that wefoule full parr ncu Ors of
the paramount consideration, or whether June s by the President of the This is the first fallany. oP paybo, t he goodsweneedxpotm Agle.o .ot lessthanasnyearvit s. edfrm.therocoS
give greaer inentiv to pide o pos Portof-Spin. i we cn kee upDo ta tn- .,,wol get ibwasould beta"the expo tablyper ienpe: rs otsIeor thanrebyears'fiedeha.

SGovernment T achers' Atoeiat on le t us look for any free and easyeoerenr t hinws to t fling t arip
godhptfth erw rl d esto am;soeofthe k eyu nthequie-utepool. Any pod VI

the benefits of detached dwellings should I must plainly sate, that I am Utopias; don't let us expect that tradesItake tmhig o urn In mthand que, epetriencernmen Railwan d n epCA
hiehata tmuch surprised by Mr. heaven on earth will come bl of ean msuhanet ma o erret m fan erteo br s
can'ceivea Wethel g tou-teoghis IsoaberfectlyR ANo W AeGeONf ~epaadwa thmerevi19ceof,
rca gnivtse mhaet Persis tn the case. Wobu letter at a iume when he Itself If only the bad old men or hwsaIs madrkeots, fantastib e i gateenseral sendO intheir edencoAR

toIDO giv theD necesar priority. ?toSS~~a W SCALEa OF W OA43CTwell a- IAMW t
S cisetanapartments must have shoub know r ttht It is quite thed 1sstupid Government or haesooften wothengothesorthItowintou bun the ir H
impoh ble for the Rev. Mr. Swarn other villain of the piece will let o. heAn-h. the tm cs we wo o d woring aOinr wee' db
the pramont cosideation or hethe Jun 6, b the Presient f the ThinIshthpfirt-falacy.Dtht aytfrethegood we ned fomoed-woece *onlerthan yam Ofull art tr"as ofsale
place in a comprehensive housing to reply, as ho has gone to Canada In short, dont be y. won't Pouletsthepirt
sthemefitstheywl be anomalous In on vacation leave. Taonew useond o ad opposite fallacy tht It.k Bhueit stoing n oI smearent 4, All dealers aree
ce btye Rev. Mr. Swanr, Is oe whoMr.to expect to get back as quick- time the ornmeo c ounty w or somer-Hw"rk. sendcIn tei
receivethis p ic e ahasInthisC always borne the interest Of ly as e polsibl to the b k ln of W r sd
thes 1apariuaartmnr osspooed.by oung peole at herntolbhtel eoeteWl' olnslevrte ovrunentn thoe cOunts~rytaon w2-e. OUNIP .I .RaAAD )A LEM OF toetancoop-ntsnte SI.
Wen puboic hifeart, not on existedpb
thv shud ko thfa bt inthis qri-e tha tupd over the wi' own esvrtik hs foa.Irwr N SLAY SAE of thee AccontsntWil
Th3apartenthousyvate lifeas well. He is one to you may say that I am putt uingrem thng Govermest osae thiat cr- Agehandoper then
the Planning and Housing Commi mpion whom the majority of Southern an Aunt Sally simply to knociit Itapneeds must omoe prtime ir-Age:wotd s tha ngyeatrticula
nhere, the vartionl literary and down-that no one expect or wants let atr.mr etp ritnt n Experiene Not lea ta f o In
would hold 58 families. df the apartments o social clubs, the religious bodies, to get bak to the world asn it was cler havinet toillforfspe t4g yearll edrece n s s ) ealeressae
weisparetreplac aredbycotagand all progreshive circles owe before the war. Don't be to Ints e frstylikeaoseofpacethewyear'N experiRecein aOFSh th ()eAerustnt
ugr peat lo tharntao utythat Ax lotedb fo people wantI. NOWfl iS
were ofrfamlieswould b cutt considtheral u nst.d ohurlig at outr not rful yope ,an I) thatmmthhvevexportr e traders in servicing and ekina- run- (b) drota quantty
Tgentleman, weri should rhe hyoursel f pery muc more important than certain things ning reUal. to steam lo" each pertur;
rather conetgrntulatehim rethe bsould to eby dnding th atoun at home. If there are not enough motives. (c) Namerard
rathr onsr tulto im or te bld imemachine tools, raw materials and
It is true that we urgently need more stand hemajde. want it other thingsaWAgt".oroundandoApctsuddeti the otal
tYSTANDun Aftetd r, ethenwarexectsore wanshirnr-rnd ExorApplinceNthoddnthane5ireson or
wfme trrseth ertsifly will applccatiors to the Generl Man- EROL L.Ds
accommodation, but buildings meant to Princes Town. of people coin to perado eog u not Ie.hnepr ~ aet tro alas ooon Acting
be permanent must be suited to the area -u the old t dresed up as ar- onent.ahexpormayhaeo
on.Th quston f ractivaly. pele Ther w.~l be agroRlw.y Pt--San
they are placedbotheq tonum. pre- Wtde Vocabulary Needed pro-owho misusIere the word free- N omne Needs
InseddonguritemporarytheItyof nt tecarefuYor fyEv- reedomhwill have to
rihouseseshosesbshould be con- dhavreyo l tell you chawenthatweInphe sm way the Government....l
at home It choose a me otnogh mtvs(cNaeV

ordered separately. Tthetbr, r Gmfo tb" and that the ,Irks gtrhaSt home needs, wwe are short of tian- BOandsonor
It truethatwe re Don't you think a further en- a mnd egltons and control that ber the needs of the national hore- h"w
petut would be given to our much thewArhsbrought should beP.omen programme must came before Trinid and Tobago Overaaoth
vaunted "Adult Ilikucatiob," If pltetly done away with the aont tl'os of, say, amusment parks or riia
bpmomsFarquharwouldeothe war is over. luxury buildings. There will have to
woy b ou h l ae adu sat gro alvy.Pr-V-MAtn

erous, Ge to Include in his ar- There will be talk about asirfere- be control of prices and supplies
sTe.a list of words with their ence.withourlvessa our p freiv just as there is in wartime.
SENATONA ATSYOUWIL EEnd thereb allevite the diaraseso crac and about too mush govern- of Goverment regulation, a good
of our limilted vocabuisy?1 ~~ meint. QUIte a campaign will be deal of what some people will reck- AL
si epaPrines Town. itUSMlkGrdit worked up to phsutade us that the leasly call to d tape and bureeuwracy.
~ -verykind,,poductio -w.. It haOhelpeOusTA ALLY64

thing to do is get rid of controls Control has helped to get maximum
WEDNESDAY 28hJUNE Obce Lanoguag- DO C in.. uwae ina way. whics thelpedv -ON...
a, 'rho m rnz d to solve problems of prices and
Stf The othtoruntrirs. It willahave
The MPIR mi~ i Oscen lanuaosbusin.. kthaer of de s whan you co ma ae of smo therutis twilhve Saturday, 17th June, 1944, at 4r
to helpMsole1many ver
das~adGvrmna uhr-get back to thwold beoe h smla rolmstatwllfceu
~chenyth e~ -1~ aeeniel egate heTos e bac to awrdIn whc th "twe cnto and- ~o. There i ON-
WilimV.bte, ~madngoor ~ rmm ae, hreIths echd 1 eseso war arebre, Just as this no eecape from that.
RaseComand) olma andIs verhelingthewr thi lattm.Atre 155 Ho lon It wil be beore thos The Ground East o oem
younger gneraton,.53 th conr setm a bot esld abora pota rer come to anofIOY
DOOKCINGS FROM Iti unbearabl to bee thes bec to lionfiel fs t as posi. en no on can sa. What sort of Hi- Eaeae the Actn GeWenor Sh 0. AO. -i
folworsutteredregrlss or. an Peomle tans the bakn Deal the lit thrn u.i MG C3M. wl *.
mel hlde wo a b ea, vryhngth 1 a wugilev on star had sanet et be '''
MONDY lh JU3 Itherfor as the auho.te wit it. All Go~r. mt -ans ,foresen.-Al that we can sa for iTHE SIR JOHN CHANC
thepaIthsdsicepcalye ltake diorff. Then ws 5 oertaiialti ern now is tha Pany wNT
atat thounrad StreetB Vctorner, pee boo an the a ett v I f OIET UO ..

I O( IN rfe.e ) ew, aend hMmwer em wIll than wenItappliM to ounrlves. s1
EAltEBEA@swot 'faw future, fit stksi be the em Of alIUMWdI MM9I. a iNt aliin practice to i ever IN THE SE COUT 0,
10 I OM n MOC t n I H USM, COURT (TW
l i Ill"I' wsr s et y ura s, t r.smM' On the dOf lMds t e n e of tm--yM, evm to poll- TRINIDAD AN TOBAGO Few
"t yl f bIati t WIM lisen w* _%b M of .
v-f 0 y wat katiftm'tmove 0on101196In he dopuiLlsts bums their Pub~licNotice IS hereby lVen
011 1 e" nNost Oakgstieo "M eSit n S etb your ', many of the 1119 be V01 7.wswepingp u that one of eh jufgsI of the _- uni
takStin the pSdctl :_ ' l f the1w 6-I nWot. naeme Court l n Oin b
Mrshom BM* 1014 v"e is t te at1 r .ISSr IM l- d vl te 1 Gmo know t ha tfw iiilans es the Court Houe at Port-Of-
GUha D'Abeh *' ithtIb MbS ?r ith the WllasW wubd ES o Tuafythe 22004 des nIIs
Ivs ~555I*" t2"aft"to at, sas sow G"26but teiWPOkNalm5b b Ik e in111111, ef julm U ts us .efst tfgt1W00
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itom p UM po t

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l atl ma ba

OM- M -,ory-b. r"
oaft a" Ifte a

am oa a et i. hati
k altWe .be darm

-B -Y NO diman fa&-
M_ Is B U rap.d-
j Ainsea 4 warbli
i wengaged tGere aln
: t"We AlNied
,'ljlttlMm latlemhip Ndl-
r itnch saells Into
Sut Pert LAelve.
a onowted also that Ger-
Ine la Lie trre
Svery ia ly". from a
mo Bight R.A.F. attack
g5w th e emani repeatedly
1 ~t at o Navre was 1m-
r an objective of the
i earr em p cables
Skut -utd Came t -day
e signs that the Alli
in orae here and
itb enemy Still hosd
Sli rrongpotrts. Al-
l carrier aircraft
Sfromn airstrips not
n and they gave enemy

low- v, nnmod ,theis
a W"t condtlons excellent

-10 'IUAWW tt
O brilliant ann
AMW A Ue UIM t unl"'d-
SBaio and nat" on thel
i* is sthdly wxrsat .
Somm tanks were Jos-
also y; dM i f them were

pM SaysAIMw I

iyoe. June lb (AP).-
_tatieton. War Secretary,
Aie conference said that
il asteabl ed a firm foot-
t Xuropean coast. He
1 believe we are there to
France is liberated
I defeated." Hu, Mr.
on taoed' *"We must ex-
wtr-attak greater than
Sat" in the fighting in
gated that destruc-
beavy damage to nine
nr t seih n e River asI
li fr nt watore of the
Irt n lasoi~ng down the
*Ma of a major oimter-
|said "tht west wall Is
tr a pubover At various
rbedkiga wase lattvely easy.
I the element of tactical
e, nad the assault and des-
of German commusica-
ear preceding air attacks.
l*|iuere German off-shore
^kia obstacles, guns and
were dangerous has-

Urged To
MIiter Bili'
Jun a ("P)-
60e ho0e of military
Omany will be
Of the war by next
,Rss'BInbAtlv fnyder,
Pennsylnia, urged the
e unanimously the
for the "Rt-
a am1 to finance the Wai
for the ya starting
by the Chairman
ti=sMilitary Sub-
ft one that also "will
for his doom that
follow." the downfall of
bQOGIStto apProximately
Swar and defence ob-
since July 1.

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11" Indies left the Colony
fo G Grenada, where
whIM to Spend a week. He
W 1to leave for England
Wheend of te month.
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QUARTIS. June 1 I(Rwouter)-
R.A.F. Lancasters. In their first
larwe-wale attack. Uat niWht
Struck heivfly at erman K-boats
which mae Uthe Allied croa-
Channe operaUtioes.
The bombers, some of them
carrying 12000 pounders. attacked
the concrete aend in the K-boat
suanlY base at Lit Havre along
with other taret. in the great
dock are.
Naval units waited outside Le
Havre for any of the E-boats that
i4e2t "Come out due to the attack
on U-boats from the base at
Cherbourg., but none of them was
In the iChannel a i night for the
first time since 'D-Day."
Bomber Command sent out some
1,400 aircraft between an hour be-
fotr sunset and a few hours after
mdIthebt and other Lancasters
and Halfaxes. Bome of them Can-
adian. attacked German troops
a"d transport behind the battle
area. near Caen and rail centres In
the Pus de C*ala area where Ger-
man Ima~u traftic has been pil-
Ing uV.
Five R.A.F. bombers, two be-
longing to the Royal Canadian
Air porce, are mixing from all
thes attacks.
British Mitchens and Mosquitoes
were also out n strength and
their pilots reported more Ger-
man truoo movements in the
north than they had seen before
Some R.A.F. rocket-firing Ty-
phoons, out yesterday. had an
unusual target. They were asked
by land forces to attack a factory
chiney that ethe Gerwani wer*
using aji an observation post. They
sent their rockeM a shreknge Into
the chimney and as they swept
awav It baB to toople over.
Air Masha Bir Arthur Cunning-
ham. eOnander of the Tacticwal
ir Force. flew to France to visit
his united there. He was esaorted
bv a Canadian Spilfre wsuad.
R.A.P. Mosquitoes last night
attacked Germany' synthetic oh
centre of Gelenkirchen which was
bombed a few nights ago b v A P.
heavies. La t night's attack and
more sea mining wer cartAiet out
without los.
The Germans say that early to-
day an American bomber forma-
tion attacked Hanover and other
plac in northern aiertaly.
In all the l.A.F. dropped 4.00
tons of bombs on and near the
battle area before dawn. besides
1.200 tons on tbe S-boat base at
Le Havre. That. maked a, total of
5.o00 tons. The British air fleet
roeignsble for all thee attacks
totalled 1.100 aircraft.
U.S. 'Planes Lnts
On French Fiteld
June is (tdelayend).-A squadron o
American combat 'planes landed
an an American airfield in France
tonight. refuelled. wasned, and
took off again to light the enemy.
Thunderbolt fighters which raced
down the duty runway were the
first American planes to operate
from the beachhead 'ase. Aviation
engineers were still working onthe
stri when they aO m In at about
8.10 D.m
The strio with runway mn di-
Dersal area Was contrcted under
enemy fire In three and one half
hours. Is saves pilots a 180-
mile round-trio to British bases
when they need fuel ammunition,
rations or tnodleal treatment.
I.C.TA. Teachers
Away On Leave
Professor D. D. Paterson. of thl
Imperial College of Tropical Agrl-
culture witih his wife and family
has gone to Canada. He Is hop-
ing to be able to go on to England
and return here in October In time
for the new college term.
Dr. E. MoO. Callan. lecturer of
the College, hia left here for Eng-f
trnd. He also expects to return In




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S i newtype ethe wekbe being of the opinions
of- bSdSB"ea l albo morning's Wa i
~~~~~~~ %"it h ag ntM.adkilledhim. "=en amic that acopemrig wt
"also cienlsoa w %bes" in t e a t aerm n eas" tk ents around this period w i*66 ra
11610catism eN mata01 w=e. -ht k iMa ad fta that Its chance of cemiptg ve-
appUcanU- a of Hz woe. 14,4k m e to as Owvr to rame day. should be Von
aBe"a" of the. am m ranf AImd Ne a reisoer. emee.
an heawv IbiM ou a 1 new.am m I am afrd I do not agrer, end
ambier.O Gener) M T mid..l- rg___111 l ua nrardles of weather
the~y Maa $us* "bre& Samn amd|* w|)| ea n.4 Uw track Will te
reimote b omat aSinglective." DLe ead open for O Saturdayand
Be saw v pa w nt2o great that / t *unday,
the Chiefs-o-Staff have fo=nd It | AI ve (I fn~ A isbour ganc employed s0011
would be uneacoaomial to confead &M ()x" lJ exercise br houg a experience
thai superior aflatltn o a sinle ----s -- uIie difcuhty in patching minor
theatre and !t=ee bombe the- OtTINis fm PM u aage withn a day or two, and
fore will be under the oentralid 'i"mmiiateliT after hi iln M i a n sympathy with trainers
control of the Joint Chidft%-d~ m on a'u'h appeailvlw ito WfWer rather doubtful of the;
with. a sinle commander. General Gtrl Mont l M e Nrm of their charges, with less'
Henry Arnold. actlhW as their acliet a. M ha a lang rview wH tha a fotnight to go.
In directing their bo _binu opera- t BriUli commander. weo mad It must be remember.4l, that the;
tions throvuigho the word. an expos of the late milUtary ewclI e tracks hae h taken as severe
aenersal Marhl said: "miad: S vfeiopeat. a pounding from the weather andt
will be treated as major tak force "Af=trwards, te e of the workouts, as Berlin must have dne
in the ar maLnner as naval task Government went to Byiwhe weI tram anyone visit of the RA.P..,
forest Wre directed to specific ob- heae S rece jective. Couet. Comla Id of t R eplorable condiUtion at the moment
He said: -This typ, of flexible Public for Neeman'dyan&b COak de -lmost sufficiently dangerous ml
entralised control recognized that Mevilia, coSmanilag the libeated Places to canse somt major cua.s-
? l tong ran ge bom bardm ent i s u ,' t-"i " T111 -" +-Wht1 o'- *& t .
not a weapon for the air forces ith the were the ub-pnf et, Ayway there me fa..t work
alone.~1 Une h n hceo-the mayor and ausmnicipal councitherl-v
alone. Under the oint Chiefms-o wia t s aye, Idone yesterday. but mo tly wide atI
h3tafv, theatwe comii ant ersw I ,,"Genera d &,,alle Crossedl-,. the outside course, where firmer
hav. a voice i ts employment, .town ontoot amid inidesrtabile Voing was sought by trainers and
ensuring that maximum effective- scenes and anpathusiaatle popusta- j&okey* in thier endeavour to
ness will be obta ned through mis- i ion wasi W overwhelmed by hia shapen up proceedings.
sons which will contribute directly unexpected arrival. 1Su Ray opened tip by sprinting
to the overall strategy for the de "At the suo-lrfccturt ihe was three furlongs uphill in 44-3-S sees.
feat of our enemies.-" received by the Archbishaop of Ha- not 0 bad effort in ouch heavy
rReuter quotUn General Arnold. yeux and LiAsieux, town authorities going for an Pa youngster.
Commanding the United States and tleaders of the reietante and Pippin was allowed to run everw
Army air forces, said that he Saluted the Allies i nt"e am* of Mive frUlonr. which he comfortably
use of Suer Portresses makes te wm. u country .. teppPd in 114
possible the softening up of "Alterwai t General it Gaulle Scarva returned butler tim- In
Japan at an earlier date than isited gIslny, which has Ps"' 1 over th same distance-re-
would b. poible with the airl- l l sufered The Populaao n 3.11 2-w. Carnival ran overl
c gave him a most moving demon- Q1-1 4 .14.inot abad
craft until now mployedl stationn courage. and devotion'; n not abat
Graalcamp and serai other pliae s alOp. Folnet te, after running
Tokyo Claims Six greeted the President of the Pr- na mile in ae s., was eaed up
Airraft... visionon, Government in a public ever the ftith furlong to reglisttr
IAilTr.ftr Datmosphere of i mmemsefervour. 1.13 for the five'
NW YOR. i n.. .. o "The head of the Government The Inside track w.s s ee'tod for
NEW YOR, June (AP.- left everywhere instructions rt- PM'tora, which ran fire furlongt) in
Tokyo radio In a broadcast heard garding the resumption of the civil 1.00 soe-thls trace is reported to
by the Columbia Broadcastlf y1- aduii strtion ad thei organisa- ibe faster tilhan the out:tr one.
tern claimed that six AmericaIn tion of supplim aa public relief." Whistable ran over half a mile
'planes were downed during to'days gAiL ON OLDAy hn 50 s, Pearly Olos ret turned
raid on the Japanese mainland. N ..L... 42-5 for a well ronJ half mile,
Bra..avill, mite said General Brown Bread.was Rent, two fur-
Federal CommunicatlaionCommia- de Gaulle yea~erday "addressedg the longs up and two furlong down-
sioni said thtat thle Tokyo brotkdac "f ui
siae sdh t atoko bombU-People of BYux in th ame of hill, for which he was clcked in
reported that Unite States bomb he rench Government as the rat &42.-5.h b h, f- o enn
I& & .. ... rvaed- town. be llg his frWsl open
ers based in China had appearede pluaiiteo tR... 'e ae d to me at the
over localities in the northiwest of It said: "The populalo ef a- n apP to me at t
Koushu" at 1.1S am. Friday. Jap- y.ux cileed the shops aa bhoisteld 'M...... .
anese time. It said the raiders con- the Tricolor above ail t a windows. I pYe ar's haltmilt In s 7ecs.
centrated their attacks on indus- ,"When General dGalulle reaohed Was a ninlproeni'lt on her Sun-
trial the main street thecrowd si d dY howing Sahib ran about sixl
-/ ~t 1,9,ts hl e u n d e r twiwi r, n -
The broadcast declared that dam- along sidewalks received him with Urlmo ; at shade under two rmn-
aes inflicted en the targets were tfrwied acclaim. GaeeraA .*Gaitrill Ut110 1t.
negligible and no military ml- e lft his car to walk to the Sub- Dr. Anmon searatrtflv lh"i'rel
Sportance.itaidthat wo or three Prfecture, while the grod aur. Maidens Choice and S9n ,O'Mine,
fires were l arted in comparatively funded him crying: 'L ng Live Obut the latter showed distinct sign
unimportant centres' but that they do (Gaulle; Lung Live ranc." of moodliness, and put nn life into
i s. u The radio stated Gen. dGaulle his work.
I the southerL nost unit of the said: "France still lives in all Its-
Imsufferings. Vittry will be wonC
i g fomingthealongside the Allies and the victory jC n se B faten In
Ihmeland. of the free world will be the vie-
"Quick and effective Interception tory ofiFae."
by Japanese defenses" resulted in tr* Knock-out Hockey
the shooting ckwn of six of the at- I Chinese. were gln a 3-oheating
tackingbmbers. Tokyos.aidAd it ig o S w in the o "fixture of the LaIes'
Ing that .' Japainese pilots who Knock-out hockey competition
engaged the raiders also disclosed NWen yesterdayy afteroon Maroons
,E.. -,... -.o No Further Rise s-h. e+.c C -."ar"a:~s
that smO .theenem 'p"laesht ot gavet hem a 3-0 lacing on a rain
TdownwIenowncment waI s brosi-` Cost of living Index flure for ll soalked St. Jameslm' Barracks iround.
cat under the "ILatest develop- items at June i, remains unchang- D*de scored two goals t for the
mS ott ot eews of the wrld" "d from the May fiuMM of 14 C- winners and 0. ties the other,
The Japanes announcement said cording to tie "Royal ote" ventures "A will plty Wanlrer
the re0 Sdid not work according to P.blilshe dy. Bi. this aft oon.
the ariginal plan of the enemy." While thsA shows an increase of
The Wtik b broadcast mCam almost C 4 crit a all Items, eOX t
as.. hours after the announcement food4which has rise 14 per *ent.
of the raid by the War Department above the 111W aXur. It shows a 125 Ni
in Washington. per cent increase in the price of
MThe Japanese Imperial Headquar. household eq.utIAst and tools
tear communique contained in the ibove the Il5 level, which, how-
Domet Agency broadcat from TO- ever, Is 2 points less Man at May
ky" said: "Today, June 16. ,t about 1 this year.
2 a.m. from the China area about With a similar drop of 2 poinmta,
20 B3M (Super Frtresses) and 3&a but rising 87 points above the 1905
(Liberators) raided northern KO'- figure is fuel, light, and washing.
ahu. Our western air defence forces while clothing fslures indicate a
immediately intercepted and re- Initiil rlse of 110 per celt. Work-
pulsed them, shooting down several. Ing class rents have remained the
our losses were negligible.' same.


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kidd Count Club Jamens boo1m4 a 11tr 4a1d brighter
eut. w~e b;n I ad a deliioos Small tre a
ab tr u at a e club the were crowds o3
5 both w aln d and dlacing, among thn being
Mrb. Pk Lob, M tbsall,
mand Miss Ceilf Domingue,3 Ml- Oloria uwa, h ltn.
Ld nn Taa Miv Rita oo.Vincent. Mied Maro KnuBoWes.
it 0't Ljeut.-Coimdr. Dankt eyer, Lout.-domtr. Derb te-
toa SMrs. Pet" e ooIng. Mis Valerie tauseo ese Alice
S omes. Miss Rita Beheult, Mr. 'Virginia" Hendley,
CilarOe. Mrs. Wshart. Missla Carmen do a... Mrs. J..
r ZuXendaU. Leout. Harold LarsO MrW. Cestwe Perry, Mr.
S iMiss Dorlls DOrtdh. Lieut. Willie Woodeock, Mrs.
a"WnedMrs. John Flynn, Colonel A. M. Henderson. Mr. and
de eMoisZ fMrs. Molly oronnor. Mr. and Mrs. P. W.
-t Dr and Mrs. James Cooke, Capt. and Mr. 0. W. B.
nd Loo eut. Mit.gerald; Capt. Broos. anld Mr. and Mrs.

in a broadcast frl Cwracao around 9.30 o'clQck ton Wed-
y night was MissfU9 Yaching, Chinese aviatrix who Is
in Thnidad very ron. abe reviewed the war Lsituation In
pDinting.a out japan's aim for world domination and also
beChinas contribution the Allied war effort.
told bew Mr. Hayden Boos, the manager of the Perseverace
that arrangements are being made for an all-day party at the
on some Stunday to be d Mentioned later on, the proweeds of
W Wl go to the Red Cros Invasion Fund. foageran
Q4 that daV each member will be able to bring lour gess ad
r crowd Is expected.
a 0 0
Were a number otf large dinner parties at Perseverance Club
@n Wednesday evening the largest being one given by Mr. and
Cvde Lewis for two friends from Barbados, Mr. and Mrs.
this part were W. and Mrs. Anthony Lewis, Major and Mrs.
y Rooks. Dr. and Mrs. Stanley, Mr. Mervyn Lewis, Mr. Nolly
H -Smith and Mr. Joe Agard.
er a dining and dancing were mr. and Mrs. P. Wharton. Ers.
h Richard Barker. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Basford, Lieut. Newlyn.
Diana Parry, Sub-LilUt, Reeves. Miss Lilian McKenzie and
Tebayv : e 0
who knew Mr. and Mrs. Burton McEnariey will be pleased
.bo hear that a baby daughter was born to them about two weeks
IMrMceaney. ere however has not yet seen his daughter. as he
the U.S. Army In Iceland, and Mrs. McRnefarney who was
i s nBabs de VerteullsI, In New York living with her
in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McEneaMey.
S Ulndterstand the baby has been named Patricia Ann.
LETTgR roqm Mr. JIM PittA has reached Lx mother fromn a
Hospital somewhere in Africa. Mr. Pitts, who was in a 'Piane
and was suffering from burn taoi hisace, head and arns wrote
Se was feeling very much better but did not know when he
leave the hospital.

.. .D.SO NO Conu-eerlfrCooba wile
RONALD GEORUE, accompanied by Ms. George and their
baby girl, arrived recently from Canada. Capt. George has taken
sa appointment w1wa British West Indian Asrwa3s as operations
Capt. George has a great deal of experience w this lne as he has
Actively engaged in the alr-t.ransport Industry for more than I15
mtlT. R. J. MoCOWAN, formerly of Fort Read, has left that dli-
t ret and is now residing at a Beiva, Maraval.
o_ e
RE SEV. DUDLEY MOORE, Rector of St. John's Church, Badbados,
flew to Trinidadi on a brief visit. The Rev, Mr Moore anent a
hre tme at Pal o o where he visited some parent of children
ding tthe Lodge and who are tlayling with him In Barbados.
1 X UAL J. D. SOLANO, Consul-General for Colombia, will be
Leaving Triniad shortiv for his home in Colombia on two monthS'
Rt. Hb will boe going via Veneuela, where he will spend a shorh
- During his absence, Mr. Machado Velasquez will act for him.
nTBERT THAVENOT and Fuchie" Nothnagel have been invited
Sto meet CrI McCowan and Frannklin Munro in a tennis match at
M St. James Tenris Club court, on Long Circular Road tomorrow
6 430 p.m.
There will be no admNlaton fer but a collection will be taken in
1 f the Red Crosm a Invasion Fund, which Ia a particularly good
Sat tee moment. The recent tournament presentation wilM be
04 th eo el ltemalth.
iUvingstone Evening held by St. John'& Christain Endeavour
ocet lart month will be repeaterd on Monday. June 19, at St.
W tH U, ai l PembroiK Stxrei, at 7 i. o'clock. There will be a drama
d pela m-isical items. andt a silver offering will be aklern in aid
Ste Inni Mermorial Church fund. The public arc invited.
A SURIRSE party was given on Saturday evening at Mr. and Mr.s.
A. Steele's honme by Mrs. 0. Bain and some of her wher friends
o Miss Joyre Dear to celebrate her birthday. ThPre wa.s( dancing
htW 130 an. to muSicl s1Ipplipd by a 'pick-up," and among the
Uets were Capt. Caranlge'o, Miss Doreen Reis, Mr and Mrs. c. War-
or. Mr. W. Ramire. Miss Dorothv and Miss Marjorie Steele, Mivs
eWgg Guy, Miss Sylvia Smith. Lieut. Cmawford. Miss C Mills. Mr.
lfWrd Cnil. Miss A. Camacho, Lieut. Piddler, Miss K. Tyler, Miss
PYWi Rogersm and I,if-it. Barney Raniuson.



Is Worth Your Wthle
Take Care Of Your Bag
hat about your handbag? Dc you gie it the esw u it
i tha- dais? pood hMtand arae ddhcuntto repie IBerB
r shortaqes have *eriouy = their prodV a" me
= admy must be made oa ,etewr Labric or ag to" l ftr0*
her of a Toe not suitable for military puroOe: tesohan
are betng manufactured today are mounted on nbstitute flt
ainga. -- -- -~
=is meanm that your bag, i I
new one, cannot stand the p ach Is
ear And tear or abuse, tat ntl- -
*war handbag could take. Pl
>re, If you are still the
,ossesor of a good pre-war With the rains we aw exelmne-
ow the sehints to keep It in ng now, spinach is becon bn.
condition, and they will help dant. Some of us who live
add many months of extra country districta can even pick it
In our own bacekyards. Here Is a do-
of all, clean your bag at Ilclous way of fixing spinach It s
Intervals, empty its Con- called "Spinach Thnmbale.'
id wipe the lining thorough- Two pounds of spinach
a little cleaning fluid every One oace of fat
One dried egg
re you do not carry a col- One ounce (good weight) of flour
of odds and ends your One ounce of grated cheese
ich are not really needed; (when obtasbable)
cram and stuff your bag, as Seasonmg. One gUil Of milk-and-
1 cause bulges which put an water.
nary strain on the leather Pick over and wash the spinach
the framework, and the very thoroughly. Cook It with very
g mechanism, little water until tender, stirring t
,er the outside surface of occasionally. Drain It thoroughly
with a good leather dress- and rub through a sieve and pres
h as will be recommended out the water.
by your shoe store: animal Melt the fat In a saucepan and
not too good for this pur- add the flour carefully, stirring it
, the7 dry out the leather in carefully When it is a smooth
uae It to crack and even paste, add the spinach.
in places. Mix thoroughly, adding salt, pep-
per and, if liked, a little grated
Discover any small tear or nutmeg to taste.
your bag, do not neglect it Next, mix in the milk and cheese,
wing it to grow into a big and lastly the prepared and well-
ive it promptly attended to beaten eg.
n bY your shoe repair man. Turn te mixture into a greased
course, is a very necessary mould or basin, cover with grased
precaution, paper and steam for about half
;ate the fastenings and an hour. Turn it carefully on to a
of your bag with just a hot dish and serve with a little well-
f sewing machine oil; this seasoned sauce Sufficient for four =
as a weather protective and to five persons.
rust. --
ire to retrieve the mirror, T d y sD a y
nd purse from your old bag o D i r
hanging over to a new one, -o a Da r
next bag you buy may not Lecture on "Canada," with Illus-
1 these useful accessories trations, Y.W.C.A.
o the shortage of material Song anu pianoforte recital, Vic-
npower. Even if it does, re- toria Institute, .30 p.m.
Substitute@ are only sec-
replacements and will not Tomorrow
i the sound service you have Party at St. Clair Club by lady
accustomed to.-J.D. members in aid of Red CroB in-
______ ~vasion appeal, 7 p..
Dance at Trinidad Country Club.
10 Air Crew Men Dance at Peseveranoe Club
Canadian Air Minister Forthcoming Events
"Something to Remember," Em-
said recently In the Corn- pire Th-atre, 8.30 p.m., Wednesday.,
that Canada had trained June 28.
0.000th air crew member Grand fete. Drill Hall San Per-
nando, Saturday, July 8.
the British Commonwealth Dance at Ste. Madeleine Club,
dining Plan. Saturday. July 8.

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Night Owl Club

NOTE; The BBC is broadcasting invasion news at frequent Intervals. The above
schedule I1 incomplte. American stations are also tvtsag frequent Inva-
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TODAY at 4.30 & 8.30 p.m.
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Friday, June 16

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your favourite sones.
Accommodation available for
Merchant Navy Oceras at
re ea able rat s a l be f
cbenta em, M. AW: .

PALACE-San Fernando
TODAY at 5 & 8.30 p.m.
(Paul Musl)
and -


Just Been Renovated and

40 Alfredo Street

The Keys Await You

Lovely Building Site

Anor. One Acre, plus One
Dwelling House opposite 31h
mile Dost. Petite Valley. (Near
Garden City Farm) Diego Mar-
tni. Call for full oarticulars

15 Pelham St.. Possession $2.800
16 Luil Street ........ 6.000
New Cottawe, Cascade
modern conveniences-Cheav
Lovely Bungalow. Long
Circular Road .... Bargain
16 & 16 Staniglaus Place '
-Best Offer.
2 Amis St.-Empty ,
O'Connor St.-vacant .
20 Roberta Street.. ..
Island House. Monos
-Oaparee .o.
2 Alfredo Street .. .
2 Brand New Bungalows-Near
Golf Course. Maraval.

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and over the Week-end .
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the week-end-Don Ameche in *
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force landing on the coast of northern France. '-t
See our gallant Allied Parashoot Troopsl tending behind i4NOfW
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tmma URUAW~ i~aZ ipim i~

..... Vedor fled $150

biek wn It no afte e e ar a Ow

cm"mfl% ~~z3:
KM. W. J. AntA in the etMa PoUe Cosrt m aeeu.-
vaMr nm tor ibM= oa m ptlon

of s o Rebukes
lbe C 'Merciless'
Swit, soldth av0
t. City Vendors
y at i eab that
lIk as he spoke to Warning that offences involving
e Ute da& In questIon profiteering would be dealt with
SBclosely in.- by the moft severe punishment in
imtat Ow me to the uture. was also made by Mr. W.
I tat tw not at to J- dre In the First FPem oown
1 = oninlmn msamed T when he ordered Henry
ar w fte ent* to pay a f ine of $10 for
to DaM0.. t ofteertg on ra.or blades and
"Viba m mod t $5 It $ for faling to have a ache-
Sadvamed Itae of pu. te It stuck up in his place of
The tipot w he sold bluiess.
*"-Wed ftr t"ps owe .s a getting fed up the ma-
Sthan three pound to S*iWte sai.U- You vendors are
t d he iewwer had per- eecong the.public. You have no
..Aim thepIg. it was fur- mercy^ at all.._ .

:s' "inveterate swearer" was
d on John Smith, a man
F revio convictions for
lnees, by Mr. Andre when
ited him on an accusation
obscene language. Smith
Mwk hard, it was stated, and
WSlrate's opinion was that
It spend his money in a
Sway, as what he did not
j rum, he paid in court,
-i with himself or some-
Ssome reMason or other.
srushed Into the road
e vent to his feelings by
o a bottle He was con-
g tVurowing a brokenbottle
load and was ordered to pay

esing them impertinent to
M when saistance was need-
tw bim removed from U-
Ilo premises on which he
-g himself a nuisance,
SCaruthe kicked and cuffed
olleemen and reduced their
11 to rags.
"d yesterday of assaulting
t Major De Grese of the
IMnce, Detective Ru'al Con-
uIotaud, and Spec.il Con-
Weekes of the Special Re-
IPeice, and behaving In a
" manner, Caruthe was or-
0 pay t$44J30 lines, costs and

added. as offences of that kind
were becoming far too prevalent.
Vendors were robbing purchasers
of six cents and 12 cents just to
increase their wealth, and he in-
tended to deal very severely with
these cases in future.
Bricks, It was disclosed sold a
pack of raor blades for So cents
a of 60 cents. Others con-
Vnted during the day for failing
to have price tags on their goods
nAd who were also warned, were
John Roumatar who was ordered
to pay $15 on one accusation and
Sookiah who was ordered to pay
$45 on three.

Barbados Bishop
Glad Rome Spared
"We are all glad that Rome was
spared from devastation," the Rt.
Rev. Dr. David William Bentley,
Bishop of Barbados, told the "Tr-
nidad Guardian" yesterday.
Dr Bentley, accompanied by Mrs.
Bentleys was here on the way back
home from British Guiana. He
stated that Mrs. Bentley who had
taken seriously ill there, pre-
ceded him to British Guiana
following an operation in that col-
ony and her health was now very
much Improved.
Referring to the war the Bishop
revealed that one of his sons who
was a lieutenant in the Fleet Air

X Lewis and Agatha Sam- Arm, ha seen a prisoner in Ger-
M ds who told him "don't man hands for the past three years.
t and Incited him to "-
Me oonvieted of obstruct-
policemen "d ordered to Snake Takes Abode
be Of $5 ech.
WaMron, who the magis- In Teacher's Cyde
woribed as a 'cry bad wo-
Sinprlie oned for 30 days 'Trhnidad Guardiman Cerrespondent
* for asaulting two persons CARONI, June 14.-While re-
hse ht when she moving his bicycle from his gallery
Sth husbaod had been to turn Out to school this MOMs-
nttt-ig, Mr. awrence Lai, a teacher
PrtWUCW ttasln o nof the Caronm C.X cool rims-
alu *covered a snake eoming out of the
_-- --gear case at a point where a mis-
laig part had left an opening. A
M TO MEET neighbour, running up on hearing
f th riv4ird^ an the alarm, saw a horse whip
SOf thle Trinidad Snd snake slithering down the stain
T afte Union will meet and killed it with a rod.
n Girls School. Nel- The reptile was 3ift. long. .
Ot tomorrow morning to
ton fm celebrations
t salve jubi to beheld In

- of I of UM5 I t
ows tkallm

Mor Ba*Qlean smak~awI
then SteamerS

atS vinowa 01
1_ ar soisrWm eL

lePbe Avenu-- Ann's
-' 'Meme 5441.
ald comfortable set It>
u 8rods. Newly re-
minutes from
Reservations on appUi
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I N, es- Tea l' To os
A d* A

ym. rAu to yew
rtii Prif~ if

On instructions from
OFFICER. Trinidad
136.ft. long x U.-ft. e-m
1ft. depth.
(Formerly deep sea steam
Gros tonnaoge about 211 tons.
Net topnage 192 tons.
Steel hull.
Scotch type Boiler. Islbe.
Main Engines. triple expaneion
I '&"'i present divided "p
for CaryTin fsh, capacity
about 130 tons.
Bunkers. Capacity about IN
tons coal.
This vesel was built and
enfldnd In the USA.. in 116
and was reconditioned in In4
ani has since been used In the
Oulf of Paria as a mine-
Perdss"on to inspect sa
may be obtained from Geo. P.
i *0o., Ltd.. to whMO
rto purchase a to be
I eddrand ____

onca Beans

Highest Prices Paid

SHII. Keedy a ~,C L&d

a Maumm ea=A

f-a -v' "-- 'ft -Lam-_. j-
w M. a 0. Wi~Me, Mnw


tiUM GNW hW I MIbe de

ft d 000" ae
base bows vaselasted. T" a
Wled by thM e iheseM mtt
to1 U4,taM U bin's. U
mule. n=d 11 Sekews. but
not s idle esem ha boa r-
pared wu the pas UhM

Increase Seen

In Cultivation

Of Canes
Increase in cane cultivation IS
Indicated in a sbtemfat by Mr. IL
0. WilliaMs DUrWcor of Asricul-
ture in a "Trinidad Guardian" In-
terview yesterday.
Mr. Williams said that returns of
binds ploughed on estates this year
show an appreciable Increase over
ploughing last season.
As regards the planting of food
croos Mr. Williams disclosed that
Government's appeal to Plant more
black eye peas bad met with very
encouraging response the area
actually plated being about double
tht which* would normally have
been planted.
"We are having typical farmers'
weather." he said. "It Is excellent
for food crop production though
very bad for finishing of cane
crops." Mr. Williams stated that
the efforts of the department were
centred on food production and
livestock as the primary job at this
time and In that work it was co-
operating with the Food Production
Department and the Information
Office in a propaganda campaign.
. "As soon as food planting Is fin-
ished," he continued, "we want
cane producers to go ahe.id with
cane planting for all they are
worth and by so doing take full
advantage of the pAnting subsidy
of $40 per acre which Govern-
ment has again offered for 1944.
The planting of cane does not ne-
cessarily conflict with the planting
of food croas and producers are
advised to follow Mr. Mhey's ad-
vice and Interolant ;very second
row with potatoes."

New Post Office
Calls For $9,808
Provision of $9,80 for the post
office. Arouca. is Included in $11,-
108 which Finaneb Committee re-
commended should be allocated for
buildings from the block vote for
Public Works Extraordinary.
Other allocations asked are $1.100
for extension of Arima Police Sta-
t/onf, mum0 o pece stati at Ste.
gen a0 geeral Improve-
ments at the police station, Ce-
dros, and $1,300 in connection with
the Industrial Adviser's office. .


can be cured
There are thousands of men and
women who suffer awful agony day
and night because of pile trouble.
who do not know that every chem-
lst stocks a special remedy that
does most surely and quickly ban-
ish the misery of this wretched
Make a confldant of your chem-
Ist. Ask him about Man Zan Pile
Remedy. He will tell you this is
no ordinary ointment, but a sooth-
ing, healing strengthening, balm
that at once stops the intense Irri-
tation and clears away internal
external, s ore or bleeding piles.
The unique tube In which Man
Zan is mold makes this preparation
so easy and clean to use. The big
size supply, with special applicator.
Is usually sufficient to clear away
the most difficult case.
Remember the name of this 9pe-
elal remedy for pilea trouble-




M Picton street ,pomseslo;: M
Malonv Street. possession: 22
HMae Place. part empty: 0
Parms Boulevard: 132 Seofd Street:
15 Old St. Josph Road: Mat-
val: zdward Street: at. Vinwe
Street: Frederick Street: eorr
Street and Queman Stieet. possw
sion uaranteed. Large and sm
loan on Mortnges
Norman David-Feveck
Real state Agmnt
M0 St. Vlet Street.r

12. Bnuaday,
Pott-Ot4Pain. U


We aMe now able to
offer .u oupesle of
Amesican Candy at the
(OHwte wholmesle
M -" .. nsa
Inso wM .... M
Pw am$ a 90 U-M ssef?



Caromi Directr Amionces

Free Ehto P!rop

id o om was0F -ww
CAROM am* ll- NOMDats, td., awe makig aftaNwAmes
to aware tnd gbim" t Ue I ou* of coal al l% tan ttamtea
wBl Wme t oly ta*tisa aOe Atd boa"W, but boardbng Wan boSIWg

ldhiewe of *kl was waft
Ss by r. f.LAnn WI
tim ama ="wtma am= d
tor. bs u~bw tos -aa~
Weome ftne s t and -im
osMI .M. Schei.
The iddre mne, ad tby Mr. D
Kaloe. the h. easeher, mn6
need tar bet ter ad leadm
oe schod, painting a tte
bu~ddig an an gant from
CtoMsand t ar o warts
treat. ad te ataleation of
tri lie ght. the school butldn
the purpose of adult educatio
Reying, Mr. Walker atated
e~touh he sttewas pa;
S atime. he
be pleaded to etael 0 ed
ights, but would not premisw
ay paing, as there was a
deal of ditculty in obtaining ;
The other reqnuests would r e
is attention.
indicating keen Interest in
cation, Mr Walker said he
Psled to visit the school and
thre teachers. and othe and
promised he w ldvi the
as he wld like to watch
progress froma te to time.
"We are all living in a rae
changing world." he said.
must leamn to adapt ourselves
those chan ges one of the tl
which will help in this direction
education in citizenship."
Concluding, he advised the to
ers and pupils to work hard
snatch away the Agricul
Shield now held by a school o0
Caroni, as he would consider i
honour for any school within
count: to achieve this goal.
Accompanying Mr Walker on
visit to tMe school were Mr. A
Knaggs, new manager of Ci
Estates, Ltd, and Mrs. Knagg

Fish Depots Scheme
Cost $23,660
Food Controls' fish marketing
scheme Is absorbing $23,660 out of
8101,991 to be sought on supple-
mentary estimates recently ap-
proved by FtIMnce Committee.
Cost of constructing depots, pur-
chasing and metalling of refrige-
rating units and boxes ,s well as
staff are provided for in the vote.
Ihe estimates include as well
$10,000 for quarterly subsidies to
British West Indies Airways and
$1.511 towards expenses of the visit
to Jamaica by the 8oci0l Welfare
Officer and the sending of three
officers to Jamalc, for the social
welfare course ended there last
Increased staff In the Mechanical
Engineer's branch of the Railway
accounts calls for $2,000: improve-
ment of local rcads made necessary
In Tobago for transport of locally
grown foods takes $7,S20. and $300
Required towards marking and
eoservation of g ves of embers
Of the Armed Forom and tri Mer-
eh ma Navy.
Caroni Irrigation Slheme is get-
thtw $37,0N.

'Writ Held

__Valid In Claim

U For Damages
else- Kem. Sylvia Fordo, of Arbipisa
etar Avenu. failed In the Thiard up-
reme ouwn yesterday to get Mr.
Justice tric aHalnb to set a"d
ta the serve ce wo her of a writ o aurn-
m-ona by Nevlle Ferran aM Bean-
eetric Jaant I Of prsus
, at Alfredo Str in respMAt of an
ge action dlamting from her aw,
n dama"e for trespass.
*. Advancing as ground tt'At there
'were imregularites tn the claim
h etttrarv to Supreme Court ruli
d- Mrs. Forde had asked the c urt to
W5 hold that the mere fact that the
Mt plaintiffs had signed the writ made
S i a i specWally endorsed writ tl-
a though the nature of the claim was
not capable of being so specialUy
endorsed, but the court ruled
pidly apinat her.
"and Order for an injunction restrain-
a to Ing Mrs. Porde from entering on
'hlng the premises occupied by Ferran
m Is and Isaac was also mentioned In
the claim.
each- Mr. Malcolm Butt. instructed by
and Messrs. Procoin and Narke, sollei-
tural toas. appeared for Mrs. Ford.
lut Of whil- M. K. Hudson Philllpa, in-
it an structed by Messrs HWroer ani
i his Harper, represented Perran and
n his'
A Barbados Sugar

Output Rises

Belief that the cane sugar pro-
duction of Barbados this yaar will
exceed that of previous years, was
expressed yesterday by Dr. 8. J.
Saint. Director of Agriculture and
Chairman of the Import and Ex-
port Board when Interviewed by
the "Trinidad Guardian."
Dr. saint arrived here on the
way to New York whore he will
attend the Conferenct of West
Indies Supply Officers. He Is
accompanied by Captain Trew,
who I-s in charge of the Schooner
Pool in Barbados and who will
take part in the conference.
Dr. Saint stated that the Food
situation In Barbados was satis-
factory and that continued rains
were helping the cane industry.
"If the rains wiontinue," he said,
"the output this year will far ex-
ceed that of past years even
though smaller acreages are
Dr. Saint left yesterday by Pan
American 'plane fpr Miami from
where he will go on to New York.
After the conference he will visit
Montreal and Ottawa on official
Mr. J. R. Ring-King who left
the Colony about a month ago for
the United States on unofficial
business returned on Wednesday.

If it's washable- PROPERTIES

Possession Immediately


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Ri" wv. With Rim there
b a ned M htadO Nmbbf-
nd -n. Rim dos the
dI by hld It t impt No. 44 OBSERVATORY ST.
daa ot he din-cme
u- kw yW dothds
rml f soA R*u.. sf iN .$7,000.00 Wedbme
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Driver Claims

Daage For

iegal Arrest

far". sad mathossly, ad with-
out reasOable -eas. paeood, hil
arrest and detentUoa In eusmtr ftor
several hours at the Gasparilb
Polli StaUon on a charge cny of a white shinm
J kia pointed out that h had
lest a shirt freus his bleach and
reported the matter to the police.
Bob days later -he was pass-
ing Raaideen's house he naw a
similar shirt In Ramaein' s clothes
line NJ reported it to the police.
He went to the promise with the
polloe and identified the shirt.
TMW poliepod his Own discretion
and arreotd Slamdeen.
Ramdem Is being represented by
Mr. R. C. Archbald while Mr. V.
Leemy Is appearing for Jairam.

Cotton Association
Picks Liquidator
At a meeting held it the Impe-
rial College on Monday, June a,
members of the West Indian tea
Island Cotton Association passed a
resolution appolintlng Mr. Henry
Roberts Inglefleld, Charterd Ac-
countant, as liquidator for the pur-
pose of voluntarily winding up the
This is disclosed in a notice pub-
lished in the "Royal Oaaette.-


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19' Fkscbmww's Im Ye Teas reTagsurM
Feisichmaaa'a Yeat Is oae of the richest
natural sources of the Vitamin B-Complex.
Take twice dafly, haf hour before meals- W
plain or mashed In alt Juice, milkor water. jiir A

The Social Welfare office, which
for some months past has been
housed In premises ocupied bY
the Poor Relief and Old Age Pen-
sions at Pembroke Street, moved
In to new quarters on the Red
House grounds yesterday.

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When there is SPAM

There are many kinds of ishes

SPAM is the HORMaL meat that can be pre-
pared in a geat wiety of way... for tuaaon,
supper, late mnam s... in sandwichAm, r-nda...
with fried eggs or rolled in a stufidb of your
favorite vegetables and baked in the ovA. It
can be eaten hot or cold, with mKyoMnai or
plain--always sure to dliht your palate.
What is SPAM? SPAM is choice porw meat,
specally prwpawed and pckd "favor-eaahd"
by a special HOtMu L pmuacS.
It bi not always sy to buy HoMEI. fMode
because hipmt anI infrequent and AMy
oteds still ga How wr, inquire at yr a Ie-
carnow ide .a. O ad OthPmb tMt*
will amdl be*t ywt mad ay:-
the HoRMM produt ar uaw ote
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i,.uaooelilne ROTwo adte- I e.'u(1) sau.--l Bungalow, mW,1gatlery t. IkitRhenqu4)RookIkeep.n.,.........................A..R...........

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APit lituClmlr''JunoIat __o..e__en OitIll dlt ytf WilL (l (X)_a a a l m eaAth Ad ult I mp from CAuAN C o n Jun, Phone Wat
eai r MMi"DidAT y. 0 o. p. an Wo d i oS e rs i o mLmdiat poo GrJymatisA ndolofNotot iBu reason he anetst Vrgo S. Saeeck 21 0r5omS wie x U
WODY sNI n enter twoB, namieo dame, l CIIU. iB& PR O RTE F OR S ALE IBMe w> i1 A b P1 refuse nee I Make Cascade-July sells

p reSt ed AP .M. BtOO" Ai ebaytoe. _wrk Wlng mogne alr epaerw ..unhn, eeul 8trt, __ or oTa. r Wtreeyorol.

tow.S^ Roer w tG~*-llon.-^ "" (OIS oaanage'T r ).-JOR SAL LO^ Oi^RlS **'^ 1'1^ TaStreet, Imedia t,min.. lhot 1a Jul 1^ at 23 Cof )feeSre. no ge ndr'h care of my__ hoe*,- -|
ofnOak% "NeO. -J-o2.wvuenta wwyytVACt.zxwn-0,111,,iuou+r eno HOTELDee11
n.P.ow,o 33+ % t, ll,, Ro a, Ma.d. o..TSan ,. --' Ssnst..Jn ", rosg-er'-.kthe.'.go i~t 8,5 ba.-+. Wl~ ..d.
to aoadweem a l = '11 eeo Se, 1,00FRRN tter bcd onractdhr hIm.

SSS rlllt re odn.-- **Sw Eta, 15 8l l tl rel ^ e" ' " d une t i Chanspi(e rl tdt eaii 'di s f eet, .tuaw to m Vut, "*l, hw e fa -y e>- wR eOr Mm ark. -a, ..---'i RE 5 *OtC
.wre.M. ll.Jno1 Y~Mae j ne, N. Eleven t~l)o a btreet, it.01 Av~le| (nue, Seaai. miose s e.TMrwss S. oep.1 mle DromSanFernndo
.l M. mtcl ,urit.Oe Coo-, ,Onea, O TO FO LE o pouni n5,--27g.-Junoro+Clrlv, ,andMntao i p ac o.. . ) Street,.. ........ S ANO rtPIn '.one 7R47, orP klS oversee iPtnesI:' oot .1e that t*

A lCU RP J M D AN UL~ at No . t1" *A44W GAR GE *I* round m*a- on" esaeJ n 21 Williamou *Palladin...2 -JunolB U~dtt .4'L*l 'nn "~ l i tB B y <"* ___1IYC I A C
L 1%venhe 11= una"amredveII Miita________ pavds

_ _' t tar .-l ,--a .. ^ 1ra. ... . .. ._^n~J- ,-,,,.r., SMA.L WATX CO,.KK *PbOB W . .0% o .5f ,D Tom.., S........UC llem riliy-- ....... .''oI n ".. "--'- P- ~e s*" NK BRR'UU' TLI (G"t Ap,+ ,-, .-.i 1, ,. ..._ N-" ED
0.0nft, 0 IiAA e,, l, o- aoo N:.Ued i, TIend..MR-. c etnn toT.-,c Aamd ou wmRmnNA L AM> A* S that the Cel

1aS ' PoQua-o r.ihp *n-JunuT 18r1 l~ll*"**- -A --.-torat eu nolmuT ekl an Investmen wit aB B n et Prf MOWetrn o '"' I". P'nso >' N!O'T""!t* KJ Nf ^, B EAGH Ulousg*,B* .lS S^ Mnyar m PO LB t.f.~ --ineS I
i O'hw IOAIwsCI ..r."A+os.*r -'To'f*li"wt "+" II* O. ,.pnOlyye .MO000'0 ""'q0uan. ,.,.a 4,s+.s,'O" !P.rto AD" l Bor 5lO ,uG., +... CA~.B'+C ., ,.,ts, "" ."" .u,RB~rha. n ~.- P RA! IMAM. NM E O M F wRth PS O S LM-- TAc 1+endthRDAW no tID UcB'ANL oEn lfsoRry det RAWI0o "tc R wit'
rw require, aoTypistIienie Ac an oe sprflei ngd oderlT .etais n,-71.Wttais n ofsitot. Overi V .ey ua Ao rans.ernd optionalel. 'hno*DayesA. on oic do" f sRuA O ah ou se,
IllOWOhanwIiinggovngMartin .'SVFroT cclvlteter.i, r'e-hake ofvehcle.lWemen-tPISVJIInni k.. I 25 onor efoe AarNCE E t'8 8 OnVe olrSteot-Juy 2alsl.d I th EvniW Nes"pn +
d s eptr ct edpy togte llv Jn caid o wit very >o ooa re o. ,lul B. hirelo8l.--Ju n 2 p. Jon S90,.4.--June. 2RT s Apply: Wumd.r nA t. I o lin t e tt els dno ofn es t
0.ML APrt-- . J tWinA to "*My. _, ate711i _ _ _ _ Late Jo f i.) V Saing. box br it on isIn e io
^ y%^tapli shounld beU 5501 *3 P.O. zsein, 14 AbecroIby treet.L Phone teOet SALE Ar. 0d VALUAB.E I d... Avenue, Baatria. latel of of axea s er a
oISR 2 D Apply ncol o-Jun 17 pp*cl teooo. aor 'urtPhern te* on lor y patrt ilastt. c OU- st V e l,8 n PerrSda. Polrise.Bendo TH +A
NOly W t -. 3 cWmnt sao d ".r a lt iti 8> RADIO SoY go od ags..s TvAepwih a et retu, on ". PESrA NTC l 3SAO HOUSE. "am Base.r -S e 16 A .
wito, el- t abe rprO wrte t To STR EET, ratrida,-new 28-THEPB C iereyP nc tifedvRituac l.tahan, Saniaer

0 Sto.-u n e eIel .J 1O lb MARL O WADBIOGAM. good as/t n liew O Ronslt:- Aoesl d wiThoa tXo aai no il fore F nu""d hebt 7 Oando Phoe-- --Jns \lg oent's). At R
- ---teont- tyit ed and m, p nstak an.A .,1 T ube s d, G. ,A., __hot Itid'duo E SE.-tnt 31 O"* SAW SIL lne 8n worklnl AN I (
Isworker. oderte aar witB M* h*l- s'u wit lt an4 LAu Sto tisChngB o it recods) heai W( *it h^ ="natra spring eltst TH tod takm PeiVAllIhorwtote1teny 3l.,ne OnAo nC T ADIO: Rr eto
am rspon*th" -or Usedebt r .eON

olsiryy Ap mu.e 10 54 A.. 1.* n01Wgor0 .-ne' a. IC.r sI Chin anu ayWMsoN

UATIONSnr 1ANTE. ear SALo -Packard four goo FRtDm I.2 e. u tl r ce I pX l.T 13REE.000 plyrat r --unoe l HARp lEdC E Et A pply:"_. tu Poliwee Sa Feonandou-, _
hDU ATE UN ROEAN (lo t mly to ive. tyret Iand ,.Oe L s 1are Call g 0332 afer0o boarllogo8uota. 'Phone 4 27g.--Jmune RISTT Bungalowto L, imeitepseui. Seln -uen0eatnBy.~~nO2 R .nl hr M ICYCLE0 O tAUTI .8 ..,Lve v
on wek o ply feri l a on d ac .a loewes i~m .-u AlSALLRI WAOTER COOLER. hn 224 cheap.ns"- ult: Mcunl T' ma. Tl AULCihebyn WNTD OSYpy tyos rashtue, No. y Ihaconid ed V e
f r LBT2ondR4 J, urn a1 Ca-Jr uot e1.-oe-65-u- n e 21. reno -lttl c l rntrong u h a o cion I LAN I S Al peov soe tn Mn 5
ON U w new, w ,01...ai. ammsr. T.P.D

4i1y Di4 rt Jn .e ndo a t. Applyanud uiteoe attrlavlaat lrorOn eis o l mn t Cu'td Ec d
.00, "tr ul Iso. -rede 1ick street.-b uinte W WTnl. T.WA.itarse-ls.suPtayurDrury.ekeBtO y RsBat D month. ePr KwlizcJ he may cnrt or; Snn Iritten partio MOTORS FOR SAL N S *, Ihne
lensURNT AN FOD oad, M s ored almiabl.vuse tq.-JVan fst$1emtIy Gotb1Iim

w Ue S appl MURS. M AID. we. New. &M-,2A AIV, 1934 C OUPE. uble I 0r BOTTirU :T: dATNla"-u ne r t6 -u 20 ys d PoBnt r u 2 tyre Sld tubee, fullyttbrid J.Me15e. 0uzA coitn- 4--est-FRI JwefM ryUi
kewS -- their^ ^H jobs^'-^ and.; beK progar MlyJ"Ple Cont 63.0" Pn.^:ao!^y Gowi LIST" ANED A=1n
sees~t.iit J -iacksk i.RylT ini Mitt 11O CONTACT"^.! Hai T he Gm nt nd cam. silse LmwonSrtgagd~o. Meyelt Cr'. $91 nO 'P one r 70441t. ?aM -n p4C~fe rolf I Wages Amy: Dl~rd O. BryPnlH X A j l n y 3 1
VoODU TAW!" Alt amlyofSi. nn Suao Sret.Sa FrnAd.sppy:Calile'd nt hol osie*ifar Somonsle I UnRMRELNOUNe.Mllr OWododSretJn I tcs tcec

md-eet ". n1yP Teesphone 80M.---Jue it Jesmmoltt 9 aoBee restt. --Jn O debt o r debt conti ractea d 0yo my wil s Dri GNU SOP .W kA TC, two handesda 2t: On Rsv. lo.0 o d ra+-JneR M
vA4E .COCONUrTt PiClUKERS .-~d ONE Itujd 1011 TRUCK; tite F~edersl BATTE-RY RADIO. 6 volte, in excellent THREE-BEDROOIM ROUSE, 1 '% Lots Ch~eeke, ohe having lef my) home and Guitar and Tutor." 101 Udward Street.- RO.JLTRY SUPPLIEIS
eker fo it. Ann a etts. Ciu sla- ruc k. iyree like huey lce cleo l in c o nditIon. Call 4 p.m .-- ? p~m .. 3 D atr- La~nd, 23 Gom es Street. Seln Petruafdo. protection sine the 3lrd day of Jun o, 1044. J une 111, M E A O l RY Po ts_ '
PRPRTE FO Lan a SALE a ay tO .. AMe"reuse.aCHEEIS, A UeO nt. AMsViA BRni T UR. P uv
t. With attractive pay, fe lig o r ea SN, SoeUl ont. nPhone e- .ulnApply: sum..ar Rl. Gr5,.-, WCli for-A or Ia Vnesuee" Sane
utrs ad other AclA elX plyt*& to slateVF zsb-"J uneI om*JUlI o a20. esn, OBeteer on bricki -Cane20tOd -Jul-yneIS

the ta r. Lee.Lo.......1..L0veyUPungaAw.UWNmn. "RR IATOR. On Medium 81 OR ALE(, with poe i -June OaAlm Avenuens
oe pteln 0e's -.al. oI ofwellWIIIT B LEO RI AC OCE RUL tnt hre

Cialz-S conS^ ^a..I- IYorbntiidde LB)A. ure Cedar ICYurIsptt^
Chlt te-n" t treet.--J me 30w relent condln.n .--uud tye., ?an ae Kelvln r..h .FLOeke. SO Marine Square. No. 1 R y Streett lByt
Met O wa nt.- e A nt-June 1r a- g 4 p honet O 56 T 11-un 1A OMA TRle ord4 Lots Land, House built h o mnl m no longer respooib e or my wifo C lpaxtnudo saonmmex aratot Sal Apply: months old. 8 t Onean. ApplY: IedO th
poll.rApplytonta Grifftr rooms, ilvn a nd o()Brla, and that I do not holdi myself Gor dond Cye' New KwefgI ft .--any8
nV on R ENT, deb tsSEouroStirtby bin.
AIE ROOANTDI OO. Apply Lincoln nditTon thr-not. N tye. "pply Player (CoUa.-Magtlc). 2ckel, iponsbe o any. det or
son lson, 1'I kAusnworth Ntrest,_ _14'_- WM HOUSh -E .rPersevee inybt -S tt o -Jun T E S
el Queenrandy t. Vi nen S e n t. nMa e r .A mph o4 uneV2on. pr e ylssm.-.(ne it ircteu by nhr. RAitNnt.lte. Fertin and. O e miles anf r ABomTS. Lamble. 27 AlN e ira stret
nee, No. We .AMP I ) G ray;ES st ret S n t.w avenue, i _a M _S41 ,9W0 (X) Her--aPOLr kA 4 F R
STC FOR SATONL i 1 -0ONDIT aONED 1940 Model TI MYCLE8 FOR 13 AL itP d Itf44ouAD.U __ n-ew--- andMar on 1i f WPtn sAt r -"*
Fotdi lot.TORFOR wi tos-s.LAY sCY LMISrunnCig water, alltnig moden c .onvenenes--JNunew l wouv- LAUNH Wahout moto 3e, f3 e RE A R A I Henr St. (near
bothtithorrfe et an., A under erns roof, servant s room and g- THe. PUBLIC is hereby notified et Iron MOe enerator. 5. vot: Joh-C pl iAN mRNA DANSI Call Union
nts Jtsl ea, rna. ,anI seen ts n roiby ltreet.- -Junes rage. Poeeelon. 13,C000. Apply .a. B.T am no longer re ible for an o Motor f t lgt sw or mll. Unl Sales, Mro 1 P
ofT man~ufRPSIINascMure s e p ro n anoo. Phon e 0 pliong 00 4 j~. i Gavd 3" ealan Pmsreet. toffcOSFeerc k Street. oh t a T ale. debtsContract:J eD by my I 16,04 H treetJuno S letni, 46PUI"IINotified-tpatn, henvoots

li uTIONS WANTD dar Motor A1eGnry, Coffee St eet.. a9 1. o ffers toM.Oie .W Eat ionf urt dehoer ril ulsaros conv e .- e n a h e
per I wn sm all rtng ECJXRLEcnglisdit.ineorl- Ameorihilesan aloamjn Satil-uft ..BXia rbefre2 OoertM S 8 o a~g Pnly13Idge ge s bid.t e r~each fNerst-JuneaIS

Boxd, ^ ^ SA-iOJ. cio mkuardlan. T A S BUILDING SITES' at Maraval main orotectIoMn S Jun o 1044.. .. ARC BRi of Aias, th oda--
t*w slid ________ len _1_>_ with Perysoo paApe our t Apply . Dp t B ox wair P h1,e June p . 2 ked to mat ta F e Jo es o f 6011
- J-----+--a-cas-Invetme--w-hanotTALu ........ PERSON ALNOTIC ESr KH ANIA POUSE. a y name.
jAlNE io~e~r he .ruend: 4% L~ut at L~aventitie; Ireeh~oldj Miol mar k: ap._______
SOWIOMCArTI7NAIor-Csorr. U -JuneOl. POR UOF OR Si Srice S or f rthrrt, pps METAOD c IanFo.r1=
Wer. Wellmn nd eestab likshe m.mstFOre .. EA ye r EStiTSlly writeut Bou -".cardtan. "-Jun e 2 TE U LE CECishrARI oued tha 1 0." June 18 Just ADI$ EFIGRA ORS

sW- ApN ; t S to ntt a MAR O ReAc .su- ,la roe "DIOGRAM mgoofasnowe--.atF H M ,tesLd June 1 ,*.. osbntar i t a n.u l Two %m ,e.. I oltS reC,,, Motrfe Rabt a
Is ISItpain withtyro- andA tu ChBnge (eAiFh trecords),IIK''13 Lnga r culasri RoadsandsituSadde T InCPeeratby my L is ame p erfctHondition: One Electric Bottle. -.-O.- RefrigE M
b e~ll eIt l~ t-LSasda e a~t.. lEO+T@ 5JIle Itomaale enr hdngI,5Ra.Im dieposson.....479 'oifedtatI m s log rune th Col er. 30bl aay sial o
pWuf avaement' v ttlr O t L AAC o.fre one g ras e y Cep perfec ,Ju I .k Cme on eotctionl eS.n, O s anera, 0.Ct o r ge ititIpy WUaI 5p w
at Ordbe e by- Pr i eBi--e A2n Peter *PlatiVU AtA *,, Tta-t-an-hedaodo.C. m. a b. e 5 a I
Junei y oBxa1t ee"imdi tllon.SALE musad i oaa or od F IGIDA 0 wsith uablgwaeO r c ofe St.AHdrwL96croLEMENTa.us Ci- cntratedb hli. 20 4otePone pelatHll, 17' Ifton,* A 10

a .icMloyTo O reoOb doer Ov;e.s e Twonas 1E5 or T
^i B5 Atoin aol *tr" to. o dx t1.C.. Ou p er +day Phon STle AUl8. Aly 2 uK la tlo: Iool ANDCgrap RoAud atd a3 RHAdI NE MOBAMMED. a f .. n 100 Ford vS

o~Ac.^ ^^ COBIATO g(y A!.. 2AK"`i` H.M.nOd. Bovd _&,= 'Hutdi_!+ ,L_. .~s.-
=aa- -June WHN1 DEIRG A CG p l baga Ic ras -Jn 1 ew. n w Bge gis

PAO-sown -r.a. oai ofes Hailo Guet os. .rapfrul. 1 , g, kng,. ... I er n e .
on a fmiy at sto 1-10 SMuariWnT'RunOOLup.p'l y o SMo andld e ndas y aTHE PUBLIC iS herebyncalthed that I H:OneLES'CYCLE T ypetBot suit -1
810 FEI.-OiT A IwthRluWa-Ju ene21ralnolnr drhcb Evabe or gu y'e
t o i rmhy J3Me 144. Opo N. Ig
Iand prospects a tavlo Salrytec an d l et It wai ng5t,), lityo. N. 1 110. I ireawa. Tubest acsoinroatlon uraLo teed.0 GZ- I FoREfurHeLR OPERTYclae ap yto ieuS. ov erreL rsonsof bmy hu rbanyd. btAlfrdedbts n outfit.h' oro1i4hort esapply;15OneD ESnlyL

C-h. on Apy nwi rte M t oeslvS 2 .1 0 "ot.16 er" dayrk.et. S Com unpatewit M.; Huggnn Cof Liti fwilt -o-Spnp- I.... having le... t hi,. Stet, on- ;rnF dg._ ulwitn .. MOTO
.e-loo. vieGuatdian....b. .e18.Jenea 1 .Utiy at $50 o uthtrie -111S. 0111MD-OratD E--Jun BLnnT r Td 4 .flu
3GOD ,LA UNDESSfr atilo i ,+.o ... o. ,, .-. .1.oft._-. I neaestove. Apply; ox A-104, "Guar- i P,: ,, :. CHAyLEo Is "t oD.8.,Roriue. elibl _ara,. 1,40.USTI. .,,H.1. iv veyeno

s.Wweek.Ippl caMs. tord u i Se UVd10 paI OUPE. ARcadeBOLERS.G, SAM SA Lslner1 MO-Jutn MOUSE with aS fooi--, Applyler:tyres and eures, l licensed 104 east -ddses P1ewelry
oa itehi-,r Ar aa l. t Scoat..ut icau o 20l. ou good Tyras -bove capacdity. al ne L eo 0th ree Iota f lamnd.OUE KnoxA 24A D.N .in.THEl PUBLIC s herebyMn illedta6S Sri R .cn overau tnucdn rtay HU19en t o ga B t epdpt n9
nly ltrm4t" m ly i-eu o AN O COA OSrh.C.'.11n.. it.oTModel 11 Toago, Square ntFSr nt'P o .-Apl jamd not l d eres care tand pro- W %
P. Raulwe 0 alT1nbMr4ak A. Serrec., 1S ADuke S t rJcet. or Phone beCach. Rates $.. ... --... --3,,.,.. e. PO -OI I.-- or3 emanao nart mn 5i mIoo+--JSe
itE RhIU.sJn 3 iliobea.. tb r9mCoffre-e508t otodlioLotsdeesbaculas,10Robisonvingo anjPigonmPntomeLAGEnAd GuiOtAaLEfatdhoTuteoiro my1usbadaIvin rows no

'545 it. u ne o 4 .-une 1o o G usts -"ui 2. -'"k n %1. per d ay Appunly Manager residence co. ...n.tgofourllarge.bedroom.. oI oldm slr esp yonil fJany1 J Isdebt
M rs Aolrt.) A A Iu AMo WODe Ltalnd.23Game&Stereeat, Siversidae o ji. tor de1b ts COn thed M an Ldls"" 0 AMERICANn--TURRES ROi4, Ls i d I
Wered Witaorck. ve ap y. It*@. ivin a p .m. ApIlyRE OLVER. WlalshBoxp, -00.dS a ye clat S ILMuny C ti e. theluxuri pousnear ountr ppy:Club. osssongar anteed.J M 6H.C g KLS ltdg o La Viisul," set.c
we 1336Apply Ateormb u ire rs. uarijan, San ernnlb Jue2 aJ moen prvt gusresort Man lueAp ly ffcoxr'Pone 0226se.-June 59.0 June 1. SanFernano.* 0. :Is Vcoi 1-

PO RAnAa1d0o wanted .tee l beaut ifulrGen n Apply Sydneyveu ceinvted. Apply 1Anot Street. Phone PU..i NOTICE - Sr 2 .ube B
HaIgIar an CtheGa G L me & l1r. 1 Wl3l 6, sy 5o1 r.1'USIN 1intax Bequle. SprIAT pOnen .-ebll ............u 7928.JIns 20c. ionLUd RA PSO from tes a M 0 t e w]
-_unu1n e twa30trct011' 1 UPE1MRE GUSTOORE S ALL ANWLAt GEP7O PBRTI BC. like411 to make contact with OCKEELS.the

-.1ct --"-.E -.*-'- -- orthing the Idel Seasid RoSqrtC Imm.............t.." ...en A ---lom odet.tt to0hli.bt
Ltd.. 32OUSEacuisine.tModtrn conveneences, e Ntal Job Iy,40pembrke Sntreestedt pe~ir make Crauifl YD o u o rdsttsl.SreB.Car-ue1

C aWA NTEi D BgsDhA.A. Excellentwsea.bathnng an For particulat s a pousnil Dt ore nde roam ORlounge 4 3sp o uthQuay, emp
Apply Magne3?..WcLL ,, 69Atiming ROUSE ateMacua, rtuatd foren e% c plubr yniet. ort- aIaayadeb.te-f-P e btecOPMom: Reny To T.wi]

thEOR $?ANTan Apply ic Wlnt' oMrditonin Pent-, u 2.. .. eulosn or Mode. Eusta nce B.1a,-w4 ae'traU E l 't.l o n, 52. ) m _EUIRIh Ll
ONum Wsad U Vnet1te irt. Wi Bng ls(Oon. hly x tenw tai rh oustr et. lBan ct:,. be s quatoS MreTI~os. W 811nnie868a r aplPnhrooneiS,7 4.20 6.30 o.panFonnd. wOlve en Pi.tra.2

i 0 t R a ol.- --U. -ad I I-CRA-WNK 91,1ren. Street know an0 ion shp p u and bakery garag..LOST.... ...........utur:---
iNX0R mCO NDIT..... 19.. . CYl KSua d FOR b $A Lu et, e b eau + tiu Freeod os. four bed r oo .Hamni t (X. ) H is m rk ,| AI |
ForPI S otr. Ne Pstns a eenig atral OOe0 onenenes no. Wa.LANCnWthutmoor 3 fetOJhnon M IaS NDREAISulH nryS. n.

MOVT DUCKS, Ducklings. Rhoe WAmTED TOp RENT OFF ICE LAY'SBCY .AR." l'Ae1 MittAnt. arttuhedr Smtuated at cs or of Old St. oMALL .. O... 2 fet I gone. ad I.t....____U_______to_ .olt:_Johnnd Mattreos; B
Roogt, beansgOthernhen ,'Phonnaply.n.bHEWPuI I eTrAN Poi t Cur Fully furn shed Seaside l .t,, porthi Street, aventtll. .. ...._t__,__d__t__ll _Union W pring P144
,O WANT EDd., Stret.June2....M ApIniar Concrete Products, Rso rt. ,Pho ne 801.--Ju ly g, best-of-fer---. . m l oghtere i o s fr- ydt-- M to. ..... . a o n. SA -D
Y lREQ IRESP Av O aue-.-Juse nl te r oeffice,. .. ..or. pdebtsContraeadvise ywif.endyf
WAI tALRD pLYMOUTH Kiti r e Cocke t, om j _leant a 5, Inl. hwihH, Apply Alleyne. Bryden A 0" &CB'A,8 l a II 8
O ient s 1 s olng l ha nt'Red Ca ok 40--. 'Phone '--un 10 i .-.-Jly 4 hous on Mount Csco Road,,tmyho meNSao
1NLg. 5 h--JPa. ue fr.".w' + P.m. tIaom Pura Roads ''emmt. ApoplyBox ClubONe 0+..La.'yismld-IsoI
Mane. owley umoret Calvry p31e. TWO 1% sItLIP. t.1Iaa -oIlto D.Child.15 St

17t.aFilino&uwarc1thewcity.WAN Appy T D IRIOOM AND OARD le0,U0r or nearest oBer. M s 'Phoe with Initiams" l_ lr
OR-SALE.EU RO -, ...- PAR AY GUEST O E. Opposite JNEW BUILTWHoUe be sutae e,,dc 1. es.}JuneIs s eW ; f,1 eei;
&rfs t -ls Ad Qjuee' ak Mtl esnber ON UI T aVtes. 14 sa3Le Alon veCieclrRa n des37t S addlberti Tc H E U LC is puai by ppeet.ed nn: Oe Ath e OC IiIdo.e

aJc a.O INKPTUNEm-) Oppontun- sara eL anywhere In resinentlel quattera liets Street. 'Phone 450i.--July I. Lan'e. St. iancohl Valley R d- FOUNDSt A
Street, Wloobeook.-iIu 13 0tat ea1codeo, orlofthvesaeaodvrs ent v, utoP e$I o
go-t u.t.ose rouotteu. .ateraael.ncontoaona. Ic t"PARK STREET. Lat4e resltenee U ca O, a.% w 0- ,
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